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FOI BALE-Nearly forty years with
Barred Plymouth Rock?- best of
chickens. Eighteen Kur rat? 1.76,
Ringlets 11.00 for l? eggs In potent?
baskets.-J. C. Striming, Pendleton. ?
?. c. n-:i-i4-6tp.'|
Fjft*, ?gge? Eggs-S. C. Brown Leg
i?>rn $1.00 and $2.00 per 16. 8. C.
White Leghorns $1.00 foi* IQ. Barred
Plymouth Rocks $1.00 for IS.
W. E., RASOR,
?01 S. Main Street or Hotel Chlquo
la Barber Shop. 2-7-E.O.D-lm
I -WANTED-- ~~
Peas er ?U Verities. Fay MgheBt |
JNO. A. MeGIlJU
The Spot Cash Grocer
, On Monday, March 16, at ll o'clock,
in front of court house, will sell to
tho highest bidder, singly and in pairs,
d lot of county mules. Terms, cash.
J. MACK KINO-,
3-4-tf County Supervisor.
For Rent-One nice three-room cot
tage to rent for colored ; located on I
Cleveland avenue, Lindsay street, 119.
For terms apply to James F. Rise, of- \
floh over Electric Theater. 3-4-3t
i> ny ;_1-;LI_i_:-jg
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av-jj . '? -?./,
* BB. W. H. WOODS
* DISEASES ef tts? Bra, Bar, Nose *
* aild Threat filasses Fitted
* ' Rearer
* *.a |?,&lF,e*?|aiB*t9&?*B3.
* ., - . .
V* Olneea: StfMO Bleekley BalWIng *|
* Evenings by Appointment
jr. TFBBPHONE CONNECTION
: * ANDERSON, 8. C,
. SAYBE 4 BALDWIN ?
, AaCJHTBFTg ' ?''".
. Blechley Bldg. Anderson. 8. C. .
. Cl?sena Notional Bank Bid?. .
Bnlelgh, N. O. .
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JS'.'?'lJ'.J.IJI!'. .?llUt?BLUigL.^IU.. Ul, . J.. .'
?sgle Barber Shop
BELLEVUE HOTEL BUILDING
Fr?sh laundered towels, high grade I
tonie? and expetleaeed. barbers. Oar
t??rtto ta to piesse ?sr e^stoisef?. j
catiand see us.
C E. Howell* Manager?!
_ ?ju' I1! j... .. ;. "j
' Anderson. S. a . *
Brown Office Building. * "
Bte*** Floor. Phone Un, .
12:00 te loo P. M.
We'??end ii out toy??
E^lfcbig Clean and
Th 'S0M8K!8B^ 1 I
meeting l? t;; bj ld.?.hi tho ?udito
to be seMdtoi ii? ?n?'kurinelli at eon
alderab?a ittnw uma will be treas
i The Anderses county teachers* ?tul?
VMl meet ..%.*&? Fferst Bapetot cb?rob
in this city en flasureay ?he lt*fe.
This wilt ht p very'latstei
lng ?nd lh^#f>?raa* M beta? t
by wpes Oaiiffcgfiian? wno- bas basa- m
for io days? antrfa vary meek lessee*'
??I. All teachers tn the cousit? aewar .
ged to be present.
W\ J. ROBBIiSS
' ANSWERED CALL
Prominent Planter of Broadaway
Section Died Metterday After
noon at 1:30.
capt. w. .|. Hobbins, one of ander
son county's foremost planters, died at
bi? borne in the Broadaway section of
the county yesterday afternoon about
1:30 o'clock. Death followed an ill
ness of about two weehs, the deceased
coming to his death from pneumonia
according lo attending physicians.
Mr. Robbin* wa* 7!? y*nrn of aa?
and was well known all over the coun
ty. il? was once a member of the
board of county commissioners nnd
enjoyed the respect and esteem of all
the people of his section.
I Ifs wife has been deadfor several
years, but ho ls survived ' by eight
children, those being: T,U&/Robbtn?.
J. P. Robbins, I.. B. Robbins. Misses
-Daisy, Rubie, Zadie. M. B. Robbin*
und Mrs. Duck-worth.
The interment will take place ut
the Kurek". cemetery today at 12
o'clock and will bp eppductvd with
Masonic honors. All Masons of thai
section will be in attendance. %
SAW WHILE HERE
Comments Made by the Green
ville Man on Anderson's Ef
forts for Golf Course.
Thoie Anderson people who are In
i -estcd in golf and who aro taking
purl in the effort now being made tor
a course at Rose Hill club, will hear
with pleasure the statements mad > by
J. B: Slrrine upon his return to Green
ville Tuesday night. The .following In
this connection' ls from the..Oreen\lllo
News of yesterday:
"Joseph B. Slrrine, president of the
Sans Souci, club and one of the best
known golfers of the Piedmont sec
tion spent the day in,,Anderson yes
terday looking over the golf links or
Ute Electric City's country club. Mr.
Slrrine said on his return yesterda)
afternoon that he was nwch Impressed
with the links- at Anderson. Hot-said
the Anderson people Interested in gell
were determtned to build a nine-hole
link at the club.
''In Ute event a decision is reached
in the matter the Anderson golfers
will submit tho., mutter to Gordon
Smith, professional British golfer In
?In charge of the links of the Greenville
country duh and an Sf fort -will . be
made tor. have tho links completed be
fore the* spring season.is cy dr. A golf
eiub at Anderson would g)ye the Pied
mont section..three, links, .Greenville
and. Spartan burg already having up*
to-date courses, it ls likely that suf
ficient Interest In golf w?ft hs raised at
Anderson .to warrant the sending of
representatives to tho Corollha'-AsBo
ciation tournament to be.held at Dur-!
hara, N. CT, this spring, a date to he j
determined upon later.
<"J. D. Hammett and C. J. DeCamps,
sn engineer., will today come to
Greenville to show the plats of land
to Gordon Smith, who is in the city
teaching golf to members cl the golf
club. This Englishman, is un expert
on Unka and1 courses, and the Ander
ftOja representative!* ?t-A going to go?
hts advices and Suggestions in plan
ning the links fer the Bose HUI club.
Werk on the links wilt be begun aa
soon after these gentlemen return, f
possibly in the next few days/K
H^#?? If?? HOST!
I Southern College Press Associ*-|
tien Goos There for Its Meet
it|C Next November.
Wilrmnwourg. Va..'Msieh> 4?-Wil
liam and Mary entertained the an.ual
convention of the Saatbern College
Press association last wee.k and the
meeting adjourned to meet heat Ne
ther at Clemson College, S. C.
this me?tlng of the association a
policy ?aa.adapt?e; Heretofore R
required of an InsUution to have
as much as a weeidr -aud.. monthly
publication to be eligibfo'Cor member
[ship, bat hereafter wn^nMi*'he ne
cessary to have one V*\
Iglbto fer membership
atton felt that miuyLT
(which would like to btfgfcber* were
kept ont because or th^nWy clause.
The roettings were NflMwlrov*f hf
S. L. Latirus v. >-?"-. o* tb"?*. University
'ot Sooth C?frerlna, prMSHnE The
principal address was 'MtgSjf
Ladd, former ed?teti oCy|HflVlbrza?W
Officers for the enp?gj?year were
.elected as, followat dBBRr B. Jacte
PeeW.VnJWWty bf"YuH. president,
j Oliver wr Vrey, f? and Mmtf;
it Hugh O. Haoiaaajvsrsitr of
South Carolin?. iwdHKKP
thur. Cletaaon CoOew.^eeisarer. Aa
MortgaeserA AUK*. Warth 'Marnes
G. eas*** feaeser sreetdeat of th?
stat* ceawtct department, who ts un
see num?ros? tadlirm?i?ra ehaeelng
ot ?tate rands, fall?? te
/ipseae ltt coser* hete teday'for trust.
?a* tentative forf?*up*tl, wa? taken
agates* hes. kawl ot tSfcose, Judge
Brows set tho ease agata tor hearing
next atondar, ?s* ?. Oakley aspea??
fat Shat Un*?, ne stated,-lt wi? rest
1 entirely with UW oenetinv:tD whether
Hie forfeiture will he made Anal.
Oakley waa pr^sldeut of the ?tate
ponwlet l-o;.r*1 ut the time that Theo
dore Lucy wa? chief clerk. I^acy wa?
convicted lam Saturday night on an
indictment charging embezzlement of
$r?t?4?oo ot state funds. Oakley wan
under subpoena as a witness in Hi*
Lucy trial, hut. although i:i the city,
did not take the stand.
( ..(umhin Ila? four Fires In IHiy.
Columbia, March 4. Four lires yes
terday with only, ope resulting in se
rious damage, wan thc calendar bf the
lire department. Tho Are that did the
worst damage wa* at 1728 Pendlteon
street, i.i which case the roof was
burned This lire started about 10
o'clock and the alarm came from box
18. The oilier fircB were minor.
BRIDE OF 52;
GROOM IS 24
Couple Married by Judge of Pro
bate Yesterday of Differing
Demonstrating that let . halt? not
nt obstacles, Herman Jswynghan, aged
24 and Julia Fielding, aged ->'?. were
married by the Judge of Probate of
Andersen county in his offfice nt th?
court hottsv today. Both the bride und
groom are well known in the sections
in which t icy live and people of the
county ut large will be interested in
Pluming of tile event.
W~'cs Are Now Being Placed'
Underground on Busi- _*?
Streets of Andersen.
Vvork of puUIng Anderson's tele
phony wires underground began yes
terday and according to E. C. Yarbo
rough, of SpartanburgV'who is In
charge, the work wllr be t rushed to j
completion as speedily as possible. Mr.
Yarborough said yesterday that bis j
forco of hands would make short work
of the Job and that all the telephone 1
wires in the business district would j
soon be underground.
The first step taken yesterday was 1
tak?n yesterday at the overhead bridge j
on Main, strict when a man-hole was
cut In the cement and arrangements I
made tor running them through into [
tho building occupied by Lig?n & Led
bttter. Anderson people will rejoice]
that this undertaking la at last under-]
o MARRIAGES. o
Miss Ide Craft and C. H. Sims, two
popular young people of this city, were
married yesterday afternoon at 3*30
o'clock at th-* home of the bride's pa
rents on BlecWey street. Tho cere
mony waa performed by Rev. E. N.
Sanders, pastor of the Recond Baptist
church of Anderson. Thore were nu
merous- friends and acquaintances
present for the. ceremony and these
participated tn the splendid supper
whleh was served at 5 o'clock. At this
time a large number or Invited guests
were present and the party made mor
ry until ? late hour.
(J lena-A cher
A marriage ot Interest ta. Anderson
people took place yesterday afternoon
ut 3:30 o'clock when Fred Acker and
Misa Sallre Glenn were united in the
hely bonds of matrimony, tho cere
mony taking place at the home of the
brldo's mother, Air?. 0. A. Glenn near
Holland's store. The R/>v. Mr. Single
' Beth these young people aro well
I known 'tn Anderson county and num
ber their friends by th? score.
is Opposed to ;
(By Associated Press.)
Houghton, Mich.. March 3.-"Aa
long as I am general manager of the
Calumet and Hecla company nd
f.rlker wilt be taken back V? work
un\esb he gives up his membership in
the Western Federation of Minera,"
declared lames MacNaugbton hare to
day before the congressional Investi
gators, ."The Western, federation and
members as such have tried In
:&Afy way possible to put the mining
companies out of business." He said
ration "taught a gospel of
MacNau.thton denounced the West
;wp ?edetstlon of Miners and its
j principle*- and declared he would per*
mit one to arbitrate between, hts
toya( mployes - and tho .striking
Chairman Taylor asked
ton If S waa his position .that
j. compart?as Would net let the gove
of Michigan or thepeeamsnt^figg
olher higli-mtnded person attempt
settle, tie- ti-attble.' .
j**?sai*ai?y wiri, ac*;
Naughton, said, "to allow
te arbitrate a question be.,
j employes who are faithful
> " 240 employes who are on i
... to conditio??: they would
rt the ?ea new at work. I t....
weald be outrageous and unjustifi
(., Maccfaugltton said tl? attitude did
[ net ind?cete lack ot ??-?denen tn ta*
eMeials named, but "1 L-oow this ta'my
'pocketbook, and I am ats going to al
low you or others to aabfteate te de
cide wheeo pocketbook ft la."
There ava now 26. daye tn a year ree
locintcd aS legitimate occasions for
hoUdagejlnowa*. cities lp England.
- BE NEW Sf YLE
Will Anderson Girls Follow the
Fashion, and Wear Sandals
Th?' latest prevailing fashion craze
to nelse the country is the craxlcet of
all anti yet indications arc thai it may
be generally followed in muny of the
larger cities during th? comiUK Hum
mer. If you want to go barefoot this
Bummer you can do so, provided of
course you ure h youug woman atid
have shapely feet. . H you have corne,
or your feet or especially large, or
perchance you boast of a few bunions
and other callous spots, you naturally
won't care to. However as this may
\>o fashion lias decreed that the style
this season will let' the young ladies
KO back to the fashion once reserved
for the red-headed, freckled fa' u
youngster. It is predicted on every
Hide that the new fashion will meet
witb hearty favor at the hands of An
derson's younger society set. Some
of the chic and stylish costumes for
spring contemplate bare feet with
? and?is, und no stockings. "Jambes
au untura!," ls what.the French call
the new style, which originated ju
Paris. The phrase might be trans
lated simply "natural legs." Startling
us lias idea may seem, the transition
toward Hie new style has been grad
ual. The stockinga-of tlie last two
or three years have been growing
filmier and filmier until the step to no
stockings ut all was a short one.
Whether there is anything more Im
modest in bare legs than in legs clad
in tilmy transparent silk ls a ques
tion open to discussion. Colored silk
stockings ure tlie ntost prominent
features of nome of the most darin?
und disque costumes of the' past sea
son, and going back several thousand
of years thc ch??te and stately Hornau
matrons of the Cornella type went
barefooted or with sandals. They
never wore stockings yet nothing ls
more suggestive of absolute modesty
than the wonderfully draped statues
of somc or these saadalle 1 roman wo
! men. . .
With the sandal stylo it is predicted
that lavish and beautiful jeweis by
I way of toe and ankle ornament will
soon make their appearance. Already
j ladies are wearing different Jewels on
dainty sandals, ?onie of them embel
lished with jewels. Of course it ia to
be an indoor fashion. Tlie stocking
less ones, it ia said,'will justify them
[ selves if justification ls needed, by ar
guing that the sandal 1B more hygienic
more natura?'uttd'rnore moral thnn the
shoe. **9 .'r*n ":. - ?
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Laws WOB Not P?rr?it " Bleached
j -~*~-.*> q- . 1
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A ?tatement came,: f."?m...Columbia i
yesterday to; the effect ?that, 2T,phlp
ments-of flour frora .Western .markets i
to South Carolfna had been hold up i
by the commissioner oJ"j agriculture
of South Carolina. Those shipments
of flour were to Columbia. Anderson.
snd/oTner towns In th?i?tate.
Orders have Issued, hy the depart
ment to restrain the mencahnts from
selling'the flour unless each sack is
mar?r-T* "Bleached." ~~ '
Commissioner Watson said yester
day that he could not atop the sale
of the flour, but that Under the law
he-had the authority to order that the
sacks' be labeled "Bleached."
' "The chances are that several cases
will be made and turned over to the
federal government for' 'prosecution,''
said Commissioner Watson yesterday.
"Notice is. hereby given to all man;
ufacturers, '.agents, jobbers, mer
chants and - other persons' offering
those commodities for sale |n the
State of South Carolina, that 'the
state-board . or health,.-by authority
vested in th$t body, under. the"*, nure
food, andd drug law of. 1,907. and 'the
aet of 1912 authorise.'.^ .executive
committee of .the state boara of health,
to adopt, promulgate and enforce the
rules and regulations for the better-,
ment and protection of the public
healt?; of the State of South Carolina,
did* on the l$th day of April, 1912.
promulgate and issue the following
"Regulation 2.-All flour that has
been bleached by any of the various
processes, offered for sale In the
.State of South Carolina,'after July 1.
1912, must be clearly and distinctly la
beled in tetters not lesa than one
half Inch in height as follows;
"Th* said labels should appear on
each and every sack containing
bleached product, and shall .be plac
ed Immediately above 'or. below tho
'name of the product.
"Notice is further gjven that under
tho provisions, of the.act of the 5ih
of February, 1910, requiring the in
spectoj ? of this department to enforce"
j thevtoure food and drag *ftW ot the
I State.and the rules and regulations
Laromulgated thereunder, thV Irffipec
[tbra of the d?partmetj^HPf been far
Hpli to strictly eft rcg
?BHklt manufactureros^ jobbers, Ag
SSH> merchants or other p^rsdha of
ESM ?or sale any goan* tn' Vtol atina
?HUs regulation are notlftted1 that oa
Wffjwter July l. mg, any stocks
IVHvd In this State, Offered tor said,
kaili, oe dealt with accordiag to law,
las will ala? those o ffef log such stocks
I tor ss le.'
Scheel? te IVJeWate
Oranaabura. M?r. ?ait dav aaa
Kleefe* ?or differ? ai atabal d?t riet?
r this ceucty wHI be hal? a?, follows:
Four Holes. March Mi Bowman,
March 27} Rutawvllte, Maret?S.-Cor
dova, April* 2: North. April al Norway
Apr? * Tke big eowsty fieWr day ex
.reisen and plead* wJ8t ataco at
I Orange burg on. April 9-gnd to.
Old Houses FOP S?le
The Charleston <S? Western Carolina Railway Company
authorizes us to offer for sale the following houses:
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CHEN A ULT HO USE S.
I FOUR ROOM COTTAGE :' 'W? VT*!!'''''"
TWO STORY HOUSE REAR I
ANDERSON HOTEL . I ^
NO. 113 W MARKET STREET I
Na 121W MARKET STREET I
NO" 127 W MARKET STREET
NO. 135 W MARKET STREET
NO. 409 SOUTH PEOPLES
THREE CABINS ON S. TOW
ERS STREET IN REAR OF
229 W. MARKET STREET.
WE WILL SELL T HEJ5 E
HOUSES AT PUBLIC AUC
TION ON THE PREMISES at
Il a. m., SATURDAY, MARCH
7, FOR DELIVERY APRIL* 1. **'
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FRANK & DeCAMPS REALTY CO.
; ^fig g?> Cjg|| ?alf
?GB? ?RRESTEB H?S
CONFESSED HIS 8U1LT
..-r-Ai .. *>
Was One of Gang That Cbm
roitted Murder ti-rd .
.i ? ? ' - .-' >:.??..' (II
ind the body cremated -was 'brought
lore tonight and will be taken-to>-Ram
leigh . carty tomorrow fl . morhlhg.-'. for
'.Fingor when arrested stoutly main
tained bis innocence although the key?
ind watch and' other articles"Identi
fied as eblongtng to Ly?rly, are said
to have -been found in-Finger's' pos
While hors pHnjf?r is -"Ulce^d ro have
made a confession to officers and
newspaper men In which he implicated
four negroes, alleging according to his
reputed confession, tra* one "ci bin
companions actually fired- tho shot
mat killed I.yeryl. That he and four
other negroes want to Lyerly'e piero
and called Ly er I y to the doon, saying
that they wanted to buy some chickens
As soon aa U y er ly opened tho door Fin
g?r ls reputed to have said, ja neg rr
named WUK last name Finger does
not know) ?hot Lyerly. The party
then proceeded to rifles th?" body ant
the safe and set fire to the oil tank
Officers ctated tonight that they hat
tjwo more of He party whore thoj
could lay hans upon them-?ad th?
all of the five men alleged''to tc?-bi
InrpUcaated In the murder would be b
Twp negroes, Wilt Klrkp?trlck ant
Joe Maxwell, implicated by Pinger ii
hlB alleged confession ', were1 arrest et
In Fowan- county this evening am
brought here tonight to be taken . tt
Raleigh for safekeeping; in th?'morn
?hg. They both claim they are tnhocec
of the. charge.
ABBEVILLE ROAD TO
J?iS HEH MM
. :<.... < >?? > .
Anderson Delegation Who Jour
Ineyed Thither Were Well
Tho Anderson delegation: which, wen
to Abbeville Wednesday morning, rs
turned' last night, well pleased .wit
lite prospects tor the secarlo* cf i
atrtr interurban, concerning whi?b4hr
?*et to the Abbevlle county capital,
-ante mass meeting, held at I j; o'ctoc
was opened*'by Hon. W. N. Orayeot
who" acted?.1 ?^-T?*fcl?m?>w_ i ?Addt?K
were mad? by B. F Meuldin.'-Port?r"/
Wholey ind ML ?/ Patterson or th!
etty, Joseph'* Leach ' af Baste? ?a
others. The addresses were wet! re
cotved and were applauded?
Mr. Graydon thea explained that :
w?? proposed to rat?e SSOSvOdG in atoe
between Kaaley and Augusta, incMslv
of Bast ey bat not of Augusta, sn
>300.<iftft m Augusta, add that AbbevtlJ
pnuntv MM?t*d tty ?v.i? a.?. MAkiM
Bfsthe aamaat; hrlwVhlehbc cam
sekeerlptiaaai After ceoaieerafel* db
un ?sion, rt appeared that many presea
did sot nh?tKe flossi h* whteh. tno sm
RcrSption papers wore made-up as
therefore desired not to make ?ul
urr??tlons until them were ^flfflWl
tiona in the subscription form. Hov
Owl High Grade Guano
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. . ^^/%^^ n i '
' .:? . (j ?Siii.;i.. - .A ?? ? ? .'? . '. . ' ? :? ??.
-For Sal? bvr^
_.? feud . zvf1 i"? y - .> ?..?<... ? bv
S. Di Brownlee, : Anderson, S.. C.
P.. v* ' "ij..^'?'...'M.'>HA,..a.| r-" '., .u.^r- ."V'*' ' ?",Jl' ,i; !'.?'. .>....
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lt- ? ' --. .? ...... I".." ..y*~Y .. ,....?..' . .
THE UTiOTy OF PLACE
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WILL BE MADE PAIN
FULLY CLEAR TO '
SOME OF US IN
THE WIND UF*
I ! I fe. IjtOpiiVB';'''FORMERLY OG- ' ? ' ''"
GUHED DY THE. CITIZENS -, ' .
NATION Ak. ?ANK: OFFER .
SUCCESS TO SOMEONE, . ..
?j .... . v.;.' rv-.;V^'?.?'?e ?:u ..
TH?is. F. CAin^??rrr
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Manager Renting Department
ever*, lt was understood that about barbed wire? be said sad this would
$20,000 was pledged, based on new be strung along Jgbt ot way ot
form?. A soliciting committee waa ap- the railroad lines, fh? pr?sident ex
pointed, and eat powered to re-arrange pressed confidence thai this scheme of
tbe papers and rats? tbe balance of protection would prove effecttvo.
money, wblk?h it Is believed will be ' _'^^rr^r
Thc whole pro'ject seems ?o bing? 0a TtM&I?eftKtictf? May
Abbevllle's ability to raise thu? *tOO,- ?L_'j_?-.'.m.: ttfr-iJ-tJ? ' 4-?. '
OOO. and lt she ls successful then ' ra^FCflfelaa .M*"'*^ ?HOM
oampatgns will bo put on In other Iii- . ? ; .. . i-rrVUi
threated cities and towns, and through- Laredo, f ox..1 Mar?b. *4kr^et Gnv*
out the Intoryehlog country territory, ernor Salome Rot*l|o, of t?je M?xlea? '
A great deal of detailed work will bare state of ??nevo Leofe, may i>ply to Gov- 1
to be done. It would appear ?hat there "rnor ?. ?4 Cc^htT7? Ttt?^'ttrnfc -
pat thf??eh,. nvc men ot toi^o*?$k&WQ& aJ^
rr-?-?r-r-TT~. ' , \ducior?. o<?,_.!tho ' Am?aic^tp, .ran^mah;
U,?a. -it?.'. A^w? rteaien>*:^|P4Xit, and wanted l? Te? .
Mtietra Sias Army ?i taehnlca^f oa ? chaisg?horse
Of. 2S0.OSO Men??-?2.?-gRSBg! '
-r--rr .. by hlotaan fertcrat syiopOihIsars b/jr?.
Mexico ( Uy, March. 4 -Talking Tor u is -.Iso pointed oat ?hat the-Nuera
tho first time Uxi.vy to a fsw jie'S'ly ar- teen earcutl^ ts aroba&tyrWithout Ift
iived newspaper reporters, President formation as, to tho. w?e*se>ont* of
?ItiBTta. reiterated tbjit.hji K^a jg army ?'^iri^;::, ???n ?i'??*?5S??? ??.
?Of MthOOO mest, which ha ia'dctermksed coted KUassja soon. after. the arrest
to subjugate or extern?roste the re bols, ?j,?] reported ^Mtecotlptv.ot Vergara.
[Me added that h* was about ready C?4 i - -- --?-r
[hefla IMP consiruction along tnt \ '?t,e collieries of thc Fibing, Sus
?ra?roads of ' +.009' bloch houses ouehanna Coal Company and the Le
aboat a mite and ft hal* apart, in opeb hi*h i'oal and >?iwlsrat!o^ Company are
'of whicli b? nm because of th**
|Ord>?B had already tjben giren for sta?natiou in tho oniJir?cttB eoni tr?d?*