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HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1895.
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Utieen r.t Corcn Murdered 'rorclsu
A revolution has broken out in
Coroa. Col. John A. Gookorill,
correspondent of tho New York
Herald, sent u mosssgo from
Seoul to his paper or. tho 10th
inst, giving details of Ibo murder
of -the Quoen of Cores, but it was
interdicted tit Tokio Later tho
officials attologizcd and the mes
sage "was printod in tho Herald
on the Hlh, ns follovrs:
' 'Ji?lio pulnco was brokon into
ou T"uosday morninf; at 5 o'olock
hy 'i body of3orean troopu and a
band of Japaueso Soshi in civilian
dross. Tho Oolonel in command
'f tho troops, on refusing to outer
this palace, was killed, and a
inunber of niilnoo gui'rda weto
hI tin. Tlio Japanese ontcreel tho
i Q firm's nrtini and killed tho
! QiK'ca, tho minister of tho house
hold and three women, i no bo
dies wore taken outside and
burncl. Jap.uieoo troops wore at
t.ho palace, but look no partin ib
'Tlio Titt-Woti-Kun, the King's
futlior, reiiched tho palaco soou
aflor the assault and assumed
authority. Ho is nov dictator
and is known to liavo beon in tho
nlot. Tho pro-Jupanose jiarty are
in control. Many of the Queou's
'party have been arrostod and
I . . J1...1 71 !. 1..
ninny mora iiiivo iiuii. it. ia nu
liovod that tho Quoon Dowager
w.is killed last night nnd that tho
King will bo forced to nhdicato.
I "Guards from .tho UnitcdJSt'ttes
I war ship Yorktown fnud Huusian
1 cruiser have boon ordered up.
Urent oxcitoinont prevails. It yh
j thought that tho butchery will
. hasten action en tho part of
! Tho World's Tokio corres
.poudent cables that persons wnar-
mg Japaueso dross and carrying
Japaneso swords wero among the
rioters who nttacKed tho palace.
It is suspected they wore Japane)
Sofhi, hired rulHians.
Tho British cruiser Edgar was
n'riloied nuddonly to Chomulpo,
which is 27 miles rom Seoul, the
Lucius H. Footo of San Fran
cibco, who was U. S. Minister to
Coreu in Piesidont Cleveland's
lirht term, thinks tho present
troubles are a sort of faction fight,
duo to the desiro on tho part of
tho Tai Won Kun to obtain con
trol eif tho Government. The Tai
Won Kun is thu father of tho pres
ent King and was regent during
Ins son's minority. In Coiea to
ela' there aro three parties, tlio
King's, tho Queen's and that of
tho Tai Won Kun. The Inst has
always beon bitterly opposed to
tho Queen and her followers.
The Quoeu was of Chinese extrac
tion., and bitterly opposed tb
Tai AVou Kun. This strained
stato of affairs onco boforo led to
.i revolution and tho Queen saved
her life by escaping in ditgumo
from .Seoul. The Tai Won Kun
vnn at oiio timo also friendly to
China, but since Jupanoso supre
macy has been established in
Coroa, Mr. Footo imagines, ho m
too much of a diplomat to opposo
tho inovitablo. Ho is a very old
man, butono of tho most rouiurk
itble that Coroa has over boasted.
It is said that ho at ono time
caused 100,000 Christians to bo
put to death, but ho has long
sinco become roconcilod to the
prosenco of foreigners in his
Whilo it is not bolioved in dip
lomatic circles at Washington
that tho stability of tho Corcan
Government will bo imperiled by
tho trouble at Seoul, thnro is fo.'u
in somo ejumtora that it may prc
cipitato trouble botwoon lltissia
and Japan, ospocially us tho now
Cibinot is pro Japuuoso,
Prince Pak, rocently prime
minister of Coroa, is now in
"Washington. He is a tnemhor of
tho royal family and loador of the
progressive party. Ho loarsthat
for hr long as tho Tai "Won Kun
rotains power great injury "ivill bo
wrought to the intorosts bt 'Coroa,
as ho would undoubtedly ocdoavor
to swoop away all reforms 'and ro
csttblish thu old sysloin Prince
Pak will return homo by the first
steamer and combat tho fai Won
Latest accouuts indic.ito the
landitrg of Hussiau and Unitel
Statos troops, also prob ibly Brit
ish Dispatchos from General Miira,
Japanese Envoy xt Sooul, make it
appear that tho troublo hrd its
inception through the Queen's
dinliko of tho notvly organized
eoldiors of Coroa. Tho oldest
soldiers hael tlio prituitivo eqtii
montsof tho far East. Two bat
talions of Corean troops wero or
ganized on modern methods, eaoh
numbering GOO mon, well,armeel.
drilled and otlicered. AVlion the
I Quoin siiowcJ her disfavor to the
I new tro ips. thoy appealeel ti tho
J Tai W"ti Kun, who bccttnio thoir
Oiliciiils state that tho Japanese"
! Shoshi are an irresponsiblo and
j lawless clas, and that thoir acts
u.iiuiwt l,e laid to the Japanese
p '. " :."T'-rtimept.
Tho Jap.inoco tioops wore sta
tionetl opposite the palaco and
took no pirt in tho utt.ioU. When
the native troops wero Hoeing and
the new bittalions woro cele
brating their success in capturing
tho pal.to, the Japanoio troops
aidoel in preventing bloodshed and
Tlii latest indications nro that
tho Tai-Wou-Kun and thu King
aro in control of alTairs at the
Corcan capittl. Tho King has
been tho nominal ruler, but the
Queon has horrtoforo been rec
ognized as the real ruler. The
itilltiencH of the King and the Tai-Won-Kun
aro distinctly favorable
to tho Jap:uio?o.
MOIlE HEADS TO l'AI.L.
A Foochow diHpatch of tho 15th
siys- Asa result of tho British
Consul's intorviow with him tho
Viceroy has agreod to immediately
execute eighteen moro Vegetirians
accused of murdering missionaries.
Tho. Consuls and tho Tho Tai
(magistrates) aro empowered to
puss sotuencu hoioaftor without
reference to the Vicoroy. Tho
concessions mo due to tho pro
Hence lioie of live British men-of-war.
At Cadiz a procession of tho
ltnsary, houdoel by tho UiHhop,
was attacked by a mob of idle
workingmon, who should: "Wo
want work, not sermons; go kill
tho itiSurgoDtb in ijiibii." They
pelted tho priests with stonos
compelling them to tako refuge in
a church. Tho Bishop wits ono of
tlioso hit. Tho mob after a fee
blo rooibtauco was dispersed by tho
polico. Many of the rioters woro
lliotous sttidouti nnd othois in
Uarcolona will bu met with a
strong military forco if thoy make
By a collision botwoon tho
German btoamer Emma and the
French bark Puoifiquo ofl'Spurn
iictd, tho Pacifiquo was sunk in
fifteen minutes with a loss of 12
persons including tho captain.
ltight II-v. Hiclmrd Durnford,
Bishop of Chichester, England,
died suddenly at Baslo, Switzer
land, on tho Mth, nged 93 years.
Tho Amoricnu brigantino Har
riet G., with a cargo of co.tl, was
searched for arms and ammunition
by an tinned Spanish forco at
Havana. Nothing was found and
tho captain filed n formal protest
for transmission to "Washington.
Cai.uiii Gcnoral do Campos, to
cheek tho uso of.dynamito on
railroads, has published an order
th it II noes and bushos shall bo
cut down and all huta shall bo
removed within tho distinco of
200 yards of tho railroad tract on
both sides. It is further ordorotl
that no ono shall be nllowod to
approach tho trains. Violators of
theso ordors aro to bo summarily
Captain GenorRl do Campni
also published an order which
proclaims that ho will continue
his practice of pardoning nil rebels
who lay down their arms and sur
render thomselvos to tho author
ities, except the chiof-?. Tnoso
latter aro to bo subject to tho
decision of the Captaiu-Gonoral,
who will ltivorftiKito to iiscertaiu
whether any of them have beon
guilty of outrigo in tho conduct
of the insurrection.
Tho city of La Paz, Lwor Cali
fornia, has boe-n wrecked by a
flood. A thousand people aro
loft homoloss und several persons
Antnnanarioo, tho capital of
Madagascar, baa beon captured
by tho French forces under Gon
eral Dnchone. There wns sovoro
fighting aftor tho nvirch of tho
French through trackloss forests
and fevor-br.odingBWJtnps. Nego
tiatioiiM fur poaco nro under way.
Thoio is groat rejoicing in Pari1
and other cities of France.
The American ship Pnrthin,
2195 tons, built at ll.ith, Mo., in
1891, was burned at sea, -100
miles oil' thu south eo.t-t of Chili.
Sho was bound from Liverpool for
Sin Francisco with a cargo of
coal. One of the boata, under
elmrgo of tho second tnato, with
soven men on board, reached Val
paraiso. The other boats have not
yot been heard from.
LETTEl! CAnittKItS WAIINEP.
Letters have boon sent by the
Fir.it Assistant Posttnastor Gen
eral to 173 letter carriers in Chi
cago, notifying thorn Hint charges
havo been filed ugninst them siilli
ciont to cause their dismissal
from tho service, and that thoy
will bo given ton diyfaloshow
cause why thoy should not bo ro
moved. Forty-two spootal secret
soivico agents .if tho Post Office
watched tho rarvomonts ofl093
carriers for 28 day. Thoy found
ciiuso to report 800 of the carriers,
tho cas'8 of 173 of whom were
serious enough to elomand atten
tion individually. As aspeoiuien
of tho roports, ono carrior was
found to have loafed in testau
rants nnd saloons moro than an
hour, getting away with n lunch
and fwe or six beers, on a short
It is rumorod thnt "William K.
Vanderbilt will marry his wife
again after tho marringo of thoir
daughter Coiisuolo to too Duke of
Marlborough. In settlement of
the marriago contracts, tho Duko
of Marlborough is understood to
have received 'W.OOO.OOO, and an
additional $10,000,000 was settled
ou Miss Consuoh).
Naturalist Alexander, of tho
stall of tho Albatross, has arrived
at Victoria from llohring soa on
the soaler Dora Steward. IIo has
boon ongagcel in an investigation
of seal lifo, goinir into the soa on
tho Sieward and retnainitig all
season. Hu secured numberless
Tho National Counoil of Con
grogationalists at Syraouso pass
ed revolutions dolariug that "our
citizens ong.igod in religious and
educational work abroad aio en
titled to tho samo protection from
tho Amorican Govornmont ns in
givon to tho travolor or trader."
Mention irf made of unpunished
wrongs to Amorican missionaries
in the Carolino Islands, in China
nnd in Turkey.
Anothor postponement was like
ly to tako placo in tho Durrnnt
trial on Hut lr.th, owing to tho
illness of Attorney Deuprey.
The Farraors' Nutional congrof s
at Atl-oiti, U.i., voted ng.unst froo
ailver, 251 to 101.
The reduction in freight rates
on tin- Southern Pacific, ordered
by tho Hoird of Railroad Com
missioueiw of G-tlifornia, has been
delayed by an injunctio i "tit of
tho Circuit Court.
W. A. Clark, a mine owner of
Butte, Col., is being put forward
as a nominoe for Vice President.
Ho is supposed to bo tho richest
Democrat iu tho United States.
Treasury statement, Oct. 14:
Avnilablo c,fh balance S182.G94,
8G8; gold reserve, t'Ja.OGi G72.
Sonntor Thurston of Nebraska
is convinced Cleveland is working
for a third term, nnd believes that
McKinloy will bo tho Uepubbcan
Ex-Govornor Elishn P. Ferry
died ut Soattlo on tho lltli at tho
ago of 70 yours. It was he who,
whilo Governor in 1872, orderod
tho British troops off San Juan
islands, when Emporor William
of Gormany had deoided ns arbi
trator tint thoy wero in tho Unit
ed States territory. Tho ordor
was givon bee inso the Governor
thought tho English officer iu
command was unreasonably slow
in preparations to depuit.
Erasmus I). Koyes. lute Mnjor
General of tho Minted Stntos Vol-
uutoor3 and Biovet Brigidier
Geuor.il of tho United Statos
Army, diod on tho 21th at Nico,
Franco, aged 85 yours. Death is
supposed to have rosnltod from
livor trouble, from which ho had
Htifitfred of recont years. General
Koyos tnado an enviablo rocorel
during tho Civil War, and was
widely known tluoughout the
Stato, whero ho hud rosulod at
intervals for upwards of twonty
years In April, 1891, ho took
churgo ot tho 1 rosidio Jtus.-rvn-tion
in tho nimo of tho Uuitod
Statos Govcrn-nont, and was the
first army oflicor to hoist tho
Amorican flag at that post.
Andrew J. Moulder, Superin
tendent of Public Instruction of
San Francisco, ditd on the 1-lth.
Ilo was a u itivo of "Washington,
D. C. , aged G8 yoars, and a man
of deep learning and tulont.
WAlt.MNO TO wtir.Er.MK.v.
A Toledo, Ohio, dispatch of Oc
tober 11 says: W. A. Bakor, a
young man otnployed as n stono
gnpher by the Paragon Itefining
Coinpuiy, is lying at Olydo, O.,
totally paraljzed and in an al
most hopeless condition. Bakor
formerly lived at Clyde, and ho
rodu thoro on his wheel yesterday
morning, which is a distance of
forty fivo miles. IIo left here ap
parently in perfect health, and as
lm wns an enthusiastic ovolnr tlio
I trip was not one that would bo
considered aa an exce&sivo one.
Novortholoss.howas stricken with
paralysis soon after dismounting,
nnd ono sido of his body is tot-illy
disib'.od. Uo is also delirious,
and doctors entertain small hopes
of his rocovery.
Irving M. Scott of tho Union,
Iron Works and General Williams,
Cramps' ropresontativo, havo re
turned from Japan. Thev bolievo
that when that country o?dor new
warships American shipbuilders
will bo asked to compoto with
thoso of Europe. Mr. Scott was
ill from the voyage homo.
Hot Springs, Ark., is now
talked of for tho Corhett-Fitz-HiuunniiH
light, but Governor
Claike is detorminod it shall not
take placo in Arkansas. Cfirbott
profosos to be dihgusted and siys
they may havo to fight in private,
nnd ho would fight Fitsimmnns
for tho fun of the thing if neces
sary. Cashior Oolomnn of tho Stato
Bank nt Fort Scott, Kany has
beon stoaling for two years, and
thu bunk h:(s cloaod on account of
his defalcation. He confesses ho
lost ir2').0Q0 iu speculation.
Tho chnllengo for the America's
cup by Charles D. Rose of Eng
land has beon formally accepted
by tho Now York Yacht Club.
PROF. BERBER TALKS.
m. is n,M to ur.r ifo.ni: oscii
IIo Led tlio llnnd of 111. Itoluicn
Si the i:iiiicroraudJtIndo
A representitiveoftho Bt METIU'
made un oarly call on Horr Burger
at his rosidouco this morning .n el
found him busily engaged in un
picking trunks full of uhd ontoos.
photographs and curus githertd.
on his recont trip to the Father
land. Mr. Borgor looks well nnd
hourly and says ho has enjoyed '
cxcollent hoalth throughout his
trip. Two wholo months of hip
lim'tod loave otnbsenco was spent
in Berlin, and was one continual
round of celobriitious and festivi
ties in tho city, varied only by
excursions on similar occasions to
small citios in tho vicinity.
When asked to tell something ot
tho cokbrationa tho gonial prefer
sor said ho had neither timo nor
words to think of eloing so, in it
wo. del occupy too much space in
nn oidinary nowspaper. Ho did
toll, however, about the special
four days' celebration of his old
regimout which did distinguished
service nt tho memorablo battlo of
Gravolotto. Dospito tho inoelosty
and reticencoof tho popular band
master tho ropoitor wormed
enough out of him to show that ho
was made much of by hit) old com
rades iu arras. During the colo
bntion tho regimout was twice
rovioweel by tho Emperor and to
Herr Borgr was nccoided the
honor of loading the band iu which
ho usod to piny tho comet. At
tho banquots which invariably
followed tho celebration Mr.
Borgor mado speeches and otho;
wisoonjoyod himself to his hoar'tV
Whilo in Bremen Mr. Borgor
saw William G. Irwin and his
wifo and spent a day with them
in talking about Hawaii. Tho
Irwins wero recently from Eng
land and wero about to m ike a
tour of Gi-rmauy. Ho also mn.
across iu iiorlin Air. Ixuel, who
usod to live hero near the Dexter
Contrary to gonoral oxpectatior.
tho profossor did n it bring any
fresh musical talent with hint, but
ho has ovor ono hundred of tho
latest pioces of popular music iotr
tho hand to practice ou, some ol
which will shortly bo heard.
Mr. Borgor left Berlin on the
20th of Suptouibor on tho Nortlu
Gorman Lloyd's steamer Travu
and was traveling coutintiouslv
until yesterday. Ho will take
charge of the band tomorrow, and
expressed ltimsolf delighted with
tho offioiont inannor in which Mr
Uottn.tnn has taken his pl.ic--.
during his absence.
Heinle I'louteit Ilor.olf.
Tho P. M. S. S. llclgio was
l floated bv lha tih nf li r mvn
machinery, pulliug on a aslom
of tacklta attubod to nim an
chors. Sho had drifted up on the
beach until her whole starboard
sido wns out of water. It was
slow businoss working hor oft;
but oach day sho was moved n
littlo nearer doep water, uutil
eventually tho tido holped in tho
process. Sho being a British
ship on injuiry into hor stranding
will bo held boforo the British
Consul nt Yokohama. It is now
known that the line of tho Bhore
was visiblo for somo timo boforo
tho steamer grounded. Thu
officers ou the deck took it for iv..
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