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VOL. IX. NO. 1335.
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patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
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T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Japan Denies Russsia's Right
to Interfere in Her Concerns,
Tlie Nicaragua Affair Is Amicably Settled
and British Troops Have Been
Withdrawn from Corlnto.
The steamship Alameda
this tuoruini; brincinc five d.tvs'
later news from tho outside world,
which is more than usually interest
ing. The IhiMian demands on
Japan and the settlement of the
Xicaraguau affair seem to be the
two most important matter. There
is nothing ikmv concerning the
Venezuelan affair, probably owing
to the tipn-arrivnl of tho regular
South American mail steamerB. The
news brought by tho Alameda will
be found below under appropriate
JAPAN VS KUS9IA.
Serious Complications Have Arlsun
Bo twee n Thoio Governments)
Tho troaty of peace betweeu China
and Japan which war to have been
ratified yesterday seems to have had
.the approval of all the European
powers except Itussia. Tho latter
country lias addressed a very forci
ble uoto to Japau demanding that
certain provisions of tho treaty bo
rwcinded, as affecting tho iutercsts
of Bussia iu the Pacific. Japan has
boon given until May7th,theday be
fore the signing of the treaty to reply,
to Itussia. As far as can be gather
ed from columns of newspaper dis
patches on the subject tho Japanese
Government has refused to recog-
uize the right of Russia or auy other
powor to interfere in tier concerns.
It would appear that Russia is be- '
ing backed up by Germany and
Franco but who is behind Japan .
will be known only when a conflict :
occurs. That this is liable to occur
momentarily is apparent from the
A cable special to tho Herald from
St. Petersburg savs: In the event of
I Japan refusing to accede to tho do-
mauds of Russia, Franco and Ger
many, in regird to the retention of
tho Liao Tang peninsula, it is most
probable that Russia will at ouca
declare a blockade of Japanese ports.
THK NIOAKAQUAN AFFAIR.
Thu British Will Withdraw Upon
Payment of Indemnity.
London, May 1. It is learned on
good authority that Great Britain
has agreed to tho proposed settle
ment of her dispute with Nicaragua.
Tho payment of the indemnity is
guaranteed. It is said tho affair has
beon praoti.'ally settled.
The following semi.ollicial &n
nouncemeut was made this evening:
The statement that the Salvadorau
Miuistor has submitted to Great
Britaiu on behalf of Nicaragua cer-
r ! tain propositions is correct. Tho
matter is now being considered, aud
if reasonable security is given for the
fulfilment of any undertaking to
comply with Great Britain's do
mauds, every proposal in tho matter
will bo arranged without inflicting
Wasiiixoto.v, May 1. The guaran
tee of the payment by Nicaragua of
the indemnity as required by Great
Britain will be mado in tho amplest
maimer posible, so that there ap
potrs to be no further obstacle be
tween the two countries as to the
final adjustment. The guarantee
will be in any one of several formi,
First The promNo of tho Nicara
guau Government, whioh, inasmuch
as the Government lias never de
faulted in its obligations, is of itself
regarded as a guarantee.
Second Tho Bank of Nicaragua,
a national institution, with recog
nized standing in London, will, if
need be, givo a guarantee.
Third The republic of Guate
mala, one of tho richest Central Am
orjeau state, stands ready to do
posit 15,500 in a London bank if
arrived ' Nicaragua desires the favor.
Fourth Tho Nicaragua C.vl
Company, whoso word iu London
will bo accept iblo in the liighcnt
financial circles, will givo either a
guarantee or cash if need be.
Besides these guarantees, any one
of which is available, and is regard
ed as ample, tho Nicanguati autho
rities are said to have actual funds
immcdia'.ely a tillable without call
ing for outside help. A guarantee
by tho United S'ates is not regardeil
as otsential under the foregoing cir
cumstances. The final proposition as now con
cluded between Nicaragua aud
Great Britaiu will, therefore, be as
Great Britaiu agrees to iuimo
I diately evacuate Coriuto acd with
i draw her fleet. Nicaragua agrees to
, pay tho 15,500 in London fifteen
1 days from tho sailing of the fleet
from Coriuto. According to these
terms tho fifteen days does not be
gin to ruu uutil the actual sailing of
the fleet. Tho latter feature was in-
sisted upon by Nicaragua as a moans
of checking popular ai;i
I as a step toward
Dr. Guzman called at tin Stato
Department at 11 o'clock today.
Up to that time ho had not received
' official confirmation of Great Bri-
' tain's acceptance, although tho cor-
rectness of the unofficial advices was
From tho British ht and point tho
acceptance of the compromise aud
the immediate evacuation of Coriuto
establishes tho good faith of Great
Britain iu her declaration that there
was no purpose of occupying terri
tory. From tho first the British
authorities have assured Embassa
dor Bayard, aud tho latter has so
advised Secretary Gresham, that
thero was no purpose of aggression
or of securing a foothold iu Nicara
gua. Tho only purpose, Earl Kim
berley has said, was to collect a
debt by bucIi force as was necessary
I aud then depart.
' Nicaragua, notwithstanding these
assurances, has maintained that tho
.collection of 577,500 was merely a
i covert means of occupying her terri
tory. This view has prevailtd very
widely here, even in some official
quarters, although the policy of tho
Government has been to accept tho
good faith of Great Britain's repre
sentation. Tho withdrawal of troops from
Coriuto and tho departure of tho
fleet not only ends all question of
British territorial extension in Nica
ragua, but also puts at rest tho fears
entertained that the control of the
canal route would bo seriously affect
ed by tho proximity of British forces.
The affair has cost Nicaragua moro
thau the original 177,500. It was
necessary to raiso !HXK) extra troops
at a cost of S3000 per day. The
abandonment of Coriuto as a cus-