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AMERICAN DEMANDS ON SPAIN.
New York, Juno' 9. Tho
Herald's Washington special says:
Spain lias boon called upon lo
pay for tho injuries her soldiors
inflicted upon two Americans
resting temporarily in Cuba. The
Americans aro Dr. Jose Uelgado
who was badly maltreated on his
estate by n Spanish forco, and
Podro Casanova, who also suffer
ed ill treatment nt the hands of
the Sytlulah troops. As soon as
their condition permitted both of
these gentlemen filed claims with
tho State Dopaitmont for personal
injuries as well as for damages
sustained hy their estates. Tho
department, however, has decided
only to ijress tho claims for per
sonal injuries at this time, and
claims ot this oharactor on behalf
of Dolgado and Casanova have
Dr. Delgado's claim is for $100,
000, and is said to bo a porfootly
just one by tho Stato Department
officials. Tho claims for indom
nity on account of injuries in
both "Delgado's and Casanova's
cases will ho pressed energetical
ly by the State Department. It
is tho expectation of the officials
that Spain will not hurry herself
to make reply to tho representa
tions which havo boon made .Un
less an answer is recoived within
a certain time there is reason to
believe that an intimation will Do
given to the Madrid Government
that the United States is waiting
for Spain's side of thg caso and
for an indication of what her in
tentions aro with regard to tho
settlement of .tho. claims.
NAVAL DUEL IN BRITISH WATERS.
New York, Juno 9. Corres
pondence to tho Sun dated King
ston, Jamaica, Juno 3d, says:
Saturday ,Mny 30th, a largo stoam
er appeared off Port Antonio
making for tho harbor under a
full head of steam with her pilot
signal flying. Before the port pilots
could got under way tho vossol
turned swiftly and made seaward.
At tho Bamo time tho mystery of
this action was explained by tho
appearance of a Spanish gunboat
around tho headlands underttoam,
and which had evidently been
racing along inBhorowith the pur
pose of heading off tho steamer,
although tho British waters, be
ing then within a milo of shore.
Tho steamer was ovidontly much
swifter than, tho gunboat, although
tho lattor made the harbor mouth
Ab tho steamer drew away tho
gunboat fired a round of shot,
which passed to tho leeward of tho
chaso. For a minute or two tho
latter was observed to sworvo.
Tho spectators on shoro supposed
she liad been hit or intended to
lay to, hut this was not tho case.
As tho gunboat ranged nearer a
jot of smoke und ilarao broke from
tho Bteamor's side, accompauiod
by tho rattle of rapid-firo guns.
It could not be seen whether tho
fir.o took effect on tho guuboat or
not, for almost in an instant sho
also vomited a cloud of smoke,
and there was a crash of at least
throo guns. There was ono othor
dischargo from tho stoamor and
then tho two vossols sped away
Tho war ship continued firing,
but tho steamer bore away rapid
ly, flying tho Cuban flag. AVJiou
last seen she was still uninjured
as far ns her going was concerned,
and sho was thou out of range.
Monday morning H. M. S.
Policau was dispn,tched from Port
Boyal to look up tho Spanish
gunboat. Presumably tho Spanish
Government will bo called upon
to answer for having attackod a
vessel in British waters, although
tho vessel attacked showed a flag
that is not recognized by interna
Tho steamer firod'upon by tho
Spaniard . was tho filibuster Lau
rada. Sho had discharged a car
go of ammunition on tho Cuban
const and was onronto to an
American port when 0ip sought
shelter in Jamaica from the pur
A dispatch to tho Heiald from
Kingston, Jamaica, hays: Tho
steamship Laurada is reported at
Port Antonio, whore sho is wait
ing for a cargo of fruit. Sho has
Ivi'iint Port Antonio since May
30th. Tho authorities here havo
soarched her with a viow to find
ing out whether or not sho car
ried arms orwns eucanedin a fili
bustering expedition in aid of tho
revolutionists in Cuba. Nothing
of a contraband nature was found
on board of the vessel. It is ro
ported that several of the Spanish
giiuboats are watching tho coast
with the idea of intercepting tho
Laurada when sho shall go to
SrjjU'OUTEP.rU BY SPANIARDS.
New York, Juno 9. Tho
World's correspondent at Maria
nao, Cuba, sonds the following:
Eoportshavo just reached hero of
tho killing of seventeen pencea
bio persons in Santa Cruz, on tho
nortn coast, east of. Havana. A
Spanish columu entered tho town,
and tho half drunken Major in
command became enraged at the
lack of enthusiasm shown by tho
inhabitants and had fifty of thera
seized. Those ho ordered to bo
shot. The slaughter had begun
when a cool-headed Lieutenant
had ' to horse" sounded on tho
bugle. Tips had tho effect of
cooling down the excited mon,
and tho killing ceased when sovon
teen had been put to death. No
information comes from Spanish
DISCORD IN CUBAN RANKS.
Havana, Juno 9. Trustworthy
intelligence from Eastern Cuba
unnouuees serious dissensions in
tho robol ranks owing to the re
fusal of Joso Macoo to recognize
Garcia's superior authority. Joso
Maceo attempted, to maroli west
ward to joint 'his brother in
Pihar dol BJol but was intercept
ed by Gomez in Puerto Principo
provinco and ordered back to
stand trial before tho robol Gen
eral for insubordination.
New York, Juno 9, A dis
pitcji to tho World from Havana
baysT'p"Oalixto Gaicia, with a
largo force, is said to be intronoh
ed at Duaba, on the north coast,
between Maica and Baracoa. Gen
oral Linares, with troops and two
gunboats, has loft Baracoa to dis
Washington, June 9. Word
has reached this city that Haunis
Taylor, .United States Minister to
Spain, has been taken ill in Paris.
Ho was on his retui'n tp Madrid
from England after sonding his
Tho Houso Territories Commit
tee has reported favorably on the
proposed admission of Now Mox
Ico as a Stato.
Tho Houso passed tho naval ap
propriation bill, providing for
A roport has been made by tho
Houso Ways and Means Commit
teo on tho mouaco to Amorican
manufacturers from Japanese
competition. It rocognizeB dan
ger in that regard from Japan.
Tho Chronicle has started in to
exposo corruption in the govern
ment of San Francisco. It talks
of a million dollars having boon
dissipated, and of a quarter of a
million stolon the past yoar.
Captain M. A. Hoaly of the rov
onuo cutter Bear has boon placed
at tho foot of tho list of captains,
suspended from rank and duty on
waiting orders for four years and
publicly reprimanded by tho pub
lication of Scorotary Carlisle's or
der on all revenue cutters. His
offenso was intoxication and con
duct unbecoming an officer and a
gentleman, and tho examining
board recommended him to favor
able consideration in viow qf long
and efficient sorvico.
Dunham, tho murderer of six
persons at San Jouo, is not yot
Continued on Sth Page.
PUNCTURED A SENSATION.
HitouuiiT rno.ii Hawaii nV iah
sr.xHEiis ox rin: alajiiix,
A N'mnl Clntti Allrerd to llnvo Itoon i
Imminent Over tho Cane of
A sonsational report was brought
to this City by passongors who
arrived from Honolulu on tho
steamer Alameda yesterdaj', says
The Call of tho 5th.
It was asserted that England
was endeavoring to coerce Presi
dent Dolo into allowing Colonel
Volnoy Ashford, who had been
doportcd from the island on con
viction of misprision of treason, to
return to Hawaii. Tho reports
wont so far as to intimate that
President Dolo had appealed to
AVashington to prevent tho ex
pected coorcion on tho part of
Great' Britain, and that in conso
quonco a clash between British
and Amorican naval forces was
threatened at Honolulu.
The utter absurdity ot these
stories was shown by the fact that
Colonel Ashford has been con
fined for nearly niuo months iul
tho French Hospital of this City,
suffering from a variety of ills,
which culminated in a paralytic
stroke, and for six weeks past his
nourishment has been givon by
moans of a tube. At tho present
timo ho is undergoing some
slight improvement, but was not
in condition to bo interviewed.
His brother Claronco,- however, is
thoroughly familiar with tho
colonel's affairs. Speaking of
them yesterday ho said:
"My brother having boen con
victed by tho military court of tho
offenso of misprision of treason
(failuro to disclose his alleged
knowledge of treason committed
by others), tho British Govern
ment, to whom he appealed, rep
resented to tho Hawaiian Govern
ment that tho conviction was
rendered upon insufficient aud
illegal ovidonco and requested
that the conviction bo set aside
and tho Bontonce founded thoroon
Lfluuulled. 1 umlorstand that that
request has not been finally an
swered by tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, though negotiations have
boon proceeding between the two
Governments upon tho topic for
sonio months. Tho claim that my
brother has repeatedly or at all
asked permission to land in Ha
waii is absolutely fal60. Ho has
nevor asked permission and never
will ask, and would not accept it."
Clarence Ashford declined to
discuss tho threatened naval inci
dent, saying that whan his brother
was ready to roturn to Honolulu
ho would do so. At prosont, how
ever, tho probability of his early
return was very romoto.
Washington, D. 0., Juno 4.
Thd Call correspondent asked
Secretary Olnoy tonight if tho
Stato Dopartmont had recoived
any notification from Honolulu
concerning Volnoy Ashford, who
was oxpatriatod from tho Hawai
ian Islands .for complicity in tho
Hawaiian revolution of 1895. It
was reported that Ashford had
boon refused landing on tho isl
and, and being a British subject,
had appealed to his Government,
aud that tho English Premier had
demanded that President Dole
pormit Ashford to land.
Secretary Olney replied: "I
havo heard nothing of tho mat-
Another Stato Dopartmont offi
cial was moro communioativo. Ho
did not wish to bo quoted, but
said to tho Call correspondent:
"I saw a press dispatch intimat
ing that Great Britain would send
a man-of-war to Honolulu to on
forco tho demand that Ashford bo
allowed to land, and also tho
statement that tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment in that ovout would ap
peal to tho United States for aid.
1 think thoro is no foundation for
oithor sonsation. I do not think
that Groat Britain would tako this
much interest in tho caso of &
participant in tho Hawaiian revo
lution, nor do I believe that tho
United States would interfere in
bohalf of President Dolo's Gov
ernment. ThiH is only my in
dividual opiuion. Up to tho clos
ing of tho department at -i o'clock
wo had recoived no ndvices from
HAN IX TO A OltVISMC.
The Sclionnor .11 -try Sotljro Collldce
Willi ilic riillndcliitilH.
Tho schooner Mary Dodge from
Kahului with a cargo of pugar
collided with tho cruiser Pliiln
dclnhia on Mondnv.Tunn Rtli. lint
escaped serious injury. She got
in from Kahului. II. I., the Sun
day night, with a load of sugar.
ami on ino lonowmg uoy wneu a
broozo sprang up she attempted to
sail to tho sucrar rofinerv. Tho
captain would not accept a tow,
anu wiien tno tiao began to set
him down on tho cruiser ho was
powerless to avort a collision. By
tho timo tho vessels came together
tho man-of-war had launched her
Btoam cuttor, and tho Bchooner
Was BOOn towed out of hnr dntirtnr-
ous predicamont. The wind fell
ngur anu suo camo to an anchor,
but at onco began to drag. She
brought up on tho cable, and tho
telegraph pooplo at onco hired the
tug Annie and had tho sugar ves
sel moved ngaiu. Thon tho cau
tain accepted a tow, aud his
schooner was moved to tho sugar
refinory. Tho schoonor was dam
aged about her top hampor, but
the cruiser was only scraped a
Ily tho Morplilno Ilontn
A fair but frail woman who went
bythonanioof Flossio Hamilton
committed suicide in Sau Francis
co on tho night of May pist by
swallowing tho contonts of a bottlo
of morphine. Tho dead girl was
also known as Ellon Furroll, and
sho arrived in San Francisco on
May 9th from this city, whore sho
is said to havo a husband living.
Inquiry at tho Marshal's office
shows that nothing is known
of the woman hero, although it
is said sho answers the descrip
tion of a woman who lived hero a
few months and was known as
'lliu Illciulo Trutlu.
A propose of tho bicycle craza
Mr. Ed. L. Lowis, of Lewis Bros.,
recoived a lotter from a frioud in
tho Eastern States, in which tho
writer states that Macey & Co. ol
Now York havo purchased, at ono
lot, a million bicycles of the "Vic
tor" make. They bought at S24 and
sell at S25, makiug 1,000,000 on
tho deal. John Wanamaker, tho
great Philadelphia morchant,
bought 10;000 Crescent. All va
rieties of businoss houses aro
handling bicycles. Byo and by
wo'll all buy bicycles.
Nliarkey nml Corbet t.
Articles of agreomont for a
four-round contest bofwoon Cor
bott aud Sharkoy woro signod on
Juno 9th. Tho mill takes placa
boforo tho National Athletio Club
at Sau Francisco on Juno 21th,
Corbott will rocoivo 50 por cent oE
tho gross receipts. If Sharkoy
lasts out tho four rounds ho is to
rocoivo 35 por cont of tho not re
ceipts and in caso of a draw 23
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