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I.tJItlllMAN IIOI1N OF WAIt 11UIK
at 1111: iiuavi: (iiii.itu.
Cmiiil Je11cr.1l I.i-c IliolKiia nt Hit.
viiiiH lull Anipririn nurt
I iirftprnii Itiitluet.
Al'I'AlltS or GUIIA.
CniiMi.Icnpi-Hl I.ic I(p,Ieiih.
Consul General Lee baa ro
signed, it is said bccaiiBo he lmb
not been uplfald'iu his cft'orls"to
protect nil American citizens in
Ouba. Great" piessuio is being
brought to bear upon him in Ha
vana, to iutluco him to deny that
ho had asked his Government to
Bend wareln'ps to Cuban waters.
The Now York Herald's corres
pondent insistu that Leo nindo
Huch a request, nnd thinks ho can
get hold of a copy of the tele
giam. Great anxiety is felt at the
Palaeo nnd in all officinl circles
at the uowb from Gicnfuegos,
which states Hint the city is tho
center of serious mutiny of the
Spanish troops. Lurgo arreius of
pay are duo tho army in Cuba, Bud
tho discontent caused by this hns
culminated in open disobedienco
in the Wpanish ranks in tho Cion
The insurgents in tho eastern
ond of tho island have captured
Bayumo, nn impoitaut town in
Tho widow of Dr. Eicardo
Ruiz, an American citizen, at Ha
vana, hns lenrncd tlint his death
was duo to tho capote, tho most
barbarous of Spanish tortures,
which he was forced to undergo
several days by orders of Major
Foudeviella. Dr. Ruiz had denied
all connection with the insurgents,
and asked to communicato with
Consul General Lee. Ho received
no answor nnd was left nlone.
Meanwhile his wife sent word to
Consul General Loo, and later
culled herself at tho Amorican
Consulate. Gonerul Leo, as usual
in theso cases, notified the Stata
Department of tho arrest aud
awaited instructions, which did
not come. Tho torture was applied
first on February 12, and continu
ed nightly to tho ICtli, when tho
prisoner wus done to death.
Major Fondoviolla, under whoso
supervision tho torture of Dr.
Ruiz was conducted, is calm
nnd defiant. He says that it
hns alwaya boon his opinion that
no consideration should be given
to American citizens in Cuba, and
that Spain ought to extricate hor
self atonco fiom the embairasbiug
position in whioh she is placed in
relation to tbo United States, ac
cepting the responsibility and de
claring war upon Americans.
GUS HO til IN C'llKTK.
Joint I'letl i r lliu rollers Ilomhiird
On February 20 tho Admirals
of tho foroigu fleets at Canoa,
Creto,,gavo notico to tho Greek
commanders on land and wator
that if Colonel Vassos, commaudor
of tho Greek army of occupation,
advanced into tho intorior, an at
tack would bo ' made upon tho
Greek troops and Greek war
ships. Next morning tho insurgents in
tho vicinity of Ounea began firing
on tho town, despite the warnings
that had boon givon. Tho firing
continued for some tirao, whoro
upon the admirals of tho foreign
fleets ordered thoir vessels cleared
for aotion and soon tho guns of
tho fleet woro throwing sholls into
tho insurgent's camp. Tho British
cruisor was tho first of tho war
ships to open firo, tho vessels of
tho other nations following in suc
cession. Forty sholls were firod.
The Kaiserin Augusta fired mo
linito sholls. Tho commander of
tho Greek man of war Ilvdrn
cleared for action in case tho ne
cessity should ariso. Somo sholls
fell in tho town of Canon, raising
clouds of dust. It ih rumored nnv-
oral persons wero killed and
wounded. When firing coased tho
Greek flng was still flying ovor tho
On the Friday prior to tho
nction of the joint fleet, Colonel
Vnssos raptured Fort Voukolies
with a garrison nf 4fi0 inon. Seven
soldiers were killed aud fifteen
Cretans hounded. Tho fort wus
completely destroyed. Fifteen
liuui'icd regular Turkish troops
and 2G0O Tureo CretnnB, willi siv
cannon, marched from Canea to
aid tho garrison at Voukolies, but
after two hours' sharp fighting in
the plnins of Livndia the recruit
ing force was compelled to retire.
It is announced from Reiimo that
tho Turkish notables aro discon
tented with the preseut state of
affairs nnd have manifested fully
Uieir dosire for a uuion witlrtliu
Actlon L'lipnimlnr In Knulniiil.
Amid cries of "Shamol" a
Loudon dispetch of tho 22nd ult.
says it was admitted by Lord
Salisbury's representalives in the
House of Commons tonight that
tho Dritish fleet had, under virtual
instructions of tho British Gov
eminent, bombarded tho Christinn
forces which aro soekintr to throw
off tho dominion of Turkey in
Crete. Under Seoretary Curzon
hastened to add, apologetically,
that tho roport that shots had been
fired at tho Greeks was a bate
A motion to adjourn the
House in order to discuss tho
question immediately was made
by Lubouchere and supported by
the leaders of tho opposition in
strong speeches condemning the
policy of the Government
It was necessary for Balfour to
bring out his most frightful war
specters' and desci ibo thorn iu his
most sepulchral voice iu order to
muBtpr Iub own parly to support
bin in voting down the motion.
Even then there woro many ab
Btontions and the Government
majority was moro than twenty
below the normal. Tho rennlt of
tho debato was the semi-official
anuouncomont in' tho Commons
lobbies later in the evening that,
in consoquonue of tho debato and
vote, no British ship will again
firo upon Cretan iiiMirgjnb .
I'.vcllrinriK In Crrrcc.
Athens, Feb. 22. A grent in
dignation meeting was hold hero
toduy iu order to protest against
tho bombardment yesterday by
tho warships of tho powers of the
insurgent camp nenr Canea.
Shouts wero raised for war and
tho speakers veheraoutly declared
that tho country was now fully
determined to encrifico its blood
and treasure in aid of Crete.
Premier Dolyanuis addressed a
crowd of pooplo on tho torraco in
frpnt of tho Ministry of Finauoo
and declared that tho Cabinet was
in perfect accord with tho nation,
which might bo assuied that the
Govornmont would do its duty.
It is loported that tho Minister
of War has resigned. Tho Min
ister of Foroigu AiTuirs has called
at tho embassies and has lodged a
protest agaiust tho bombardment
of tho iusurgeut camp by foreign
Tho Captain of tho German war
ship Kaiserin Augnsta telegraphs
from Canea that his ship, boing
at tho ond of the lino, fired tho
first shot yesterday in bombard
ing tho iuburgent camp.
Baron Marscholl, Ministor of
Foreign Affairs, in a dobnto iu tho
Gorman BeicIiBtag, said: "The
work of pacifying Crete, under
taken by tho powers in tho inoBt
earnest spirit, is threatened by
tho action of Greece, whioh is
contrary to international law.
"Reports 1 havo received show
that the landing of Greek troops,
instead of pacifying tho island,
leads.to steadily growing nnarohy.
This circumstance in itself con
stitutes in its effect on othor na
tious great danger to peace. To
avert this is now our task. This
will inoludo a doUuito sottlemcnt
of tho alTairs of Croto and tho
grauting of tho just domands of
tho Christians, which can bo done
without oncroaching upon tho in
tegrity of Turkoy."
Thitlurli llircnlciM Wnr.
Tho Nord Doutscho Allgemoino
Zoitung assorts that tho Turkish
Cubinot last week decided to do-
Continued on th Payc,
TO MURDER THE EX-QUEEN
I'lI'lAIX PAL'lt.R nlHCOVF.KN A
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New York, Fobiunry IU. Tho
Sun's Washington special says:
According to-btnteincnts of Cap
tijli 1'alnier, HPcrelaiy nud chain
beilniu to ex-Queen Liliuokalnui,
aueloboiato plau is ou foot to os
Bassiunto her majesty, and the per
sons commissioned to commit tho
bloody crime nio biipposod to be
on their way to the capital. They
arrived, Secretary Palmer believes,
this week from Honolulu about
tho time ox-Minister Thurston put
foot on American Foil, and thoy
nro understood to ho friends of tho
Dole Government, and their pur
pobo is to kill Liliuokalnui as tho
surest moans toHnruieuiinpxation.
Secretary Palmer huo known
for days, he Bays, that n move to
murderhermnji'sty ia on foot, but
not until today did ho receive posi
tive assurances from Honolulu to
tho ( (loot that Lilinokalant is iu
daugor. From an unknown per
son he received a long-distanco
telephone message this uftoruoon
bout by someono who used tho
Hawaiian Inugiugu confirming his
advices lecoived by mail that Li
liuokalani's lite is in imminent
danger. Tho pursou evidently
was a Hawaiian and a great ad
mit ei of Liliuokalnui. Tho name
of Minister Thurston was used iu
tho conversation. Tho unknown
man at tho other end of tho long
distance lino referred to Thurston
as one of tho conspirators.
Secretary Palmer was called to
the telophone at about8:30o'cldck
with a message from tho telophonn
operator iuWaohington that somo
one wanted to speak to him. He
immediately went to tho long
distauco booth and found a poron
using the Hawaiian languago.
Mr. Palmor is not familiar with
this lauguago and a message was
spoiled out to him in Hawaiian
letters. Ho took it down and
knowing the sender was much ex
cited, judging from his hasty con
versation, ho rushed up stairs to
Liliuokalani, whore tho' lettors
wero put into words. Hor majes
ty appeared dumfounded. Sho
had seen lettors from Hawaii, aud
this messogo tended to confirm
her fears. Sho hns givon ordors
to immediately leave Shoroham
Hotel. Her goods will be packed
up aud she will tako her departure
immediately. It is learned from
un insido sourco that she will not
leave Washington, but will tnko
quarters elsewhoro, in a secluded
portion of the city. An effort will
doubtless bo mndo to keep hor
Scrotary Palmer was informed
of tho Queen's intention of leaving
tho hotel, and sho instructed him
to immediately send to tho Whito
H0116O and notify tho President of
hor change of apartments. In
stead of soudiug the chamberlain,
Palmer weut in poison, accompan
ied by Mr. Hololuhe, the Queen's
native secratary. Mr. Palmer saw
Secretary Thurbor aud informed
him of her mnjosiy's intention to
leave tho Shorehum. Tho hotel
Scoplo wero much surprised when
ecretary Palmor notified them of
tho Quoon's purpose. Thoy had
been led to bolievo sho would bo
in Washington for several months
yet. Secretary Palmer believoa
the plot to assasBinato her majes
ty originated with the Presidont
of the Hawaiian Government. -He
exhibited two lottors bearing tho
stamp of Honolulu, January 28
and 29, aud whUo ho. did not dis
close the names of tho writers or
contents, ho said great efforts woro
boing made by tho Dolo Govorn
mout to force tho natives to sign a
petition for annexation. Mr. Palm
or thou prepared what follows:
"Tho sugar-planter vring fool
tho absolute impossibility of pro
solving their natioual cxistonco
unless tho Uiiiled Status comes to
thoir aid; that their treasury is in
such a condition that no public
statements of any kind have been
made for mouths, nnd tho Gov
ernment is in arrears in all its
departments, men receiving but a
part of tho pay due them, oven
for tho cosy task of shouldoring a
miiBket in front of tho Govorn
mont building. Money, influence
of tho lobby aud ovorv other
power will bo used at Washing-
ton after tho lth of March tn '
compass this tsml. Mr. Dolo nud
his followers look to that alonp to
have them from a hostilo majority.
But tho moBt astounding surges
tion comoyed in lecent iidvirei
from Honolulu is that n roceiit
arrival on tho Pacific Coast mcaus
uothiug moro or less than a de
termined attempt to assassinate
tho'Queou, because as long as sho
livos sho is an obstaclo to the
cause of tho annexationists.
On tho day following tho pub
lication of tho above dispatch tho
San Franoisco Chroniclo had tho
following editorial on tho subject:
"Nothing moro absurd has como
of tho Hawaiian royal farco now
on tho boards at'Washington than
the story of a plot or President
Dolo nnd ox Minister Thurston to
assassinnto tho ox Queen. A year"
or two ago these misstounry gen
tlcmcu aud their friends had her
completely iu their power, hor
libeity if not hor life forfeit for
treason, and if their iuntincfH hud
beon murderous they could have
given them full play uuder the
forms of law. Instead of that
they kept hor under survoillnnco
in hor old palaeo for a fow months
and then let her go. That thoy
are now on her trail liko Corsican
brigands simply bocuuso sho has
gono to Washington with a liuinnn
poll parrot who has peon taught
to cail hor "your majosty" is an
assumption which oxoites the
iiiiitr.t:N a tku.iip.
tluu the I'liliult .Vmiiticr Worked
for Fran Irjr.
In a halfpngo illustrated articlo
on tho now HawaiianOpera House
by Sydney Chidloy in tho San
Fruncisco Chroniclo of Fobruary
1-1, tho following rolativo to tho
Frawloy season here appears:
Mr. Freidlandor told mo tho
othor day somo curious things
nbout it. It is well known that
players aro superstitious, worse
than sailors, aud would havo
nightmare to sleop in a berth
numbered thirteon, yet tho Fraw
loy company and tho Columbia
Thoator havo found it a lucky
number. Thoy in ado thoir San
Francisco contract on tho 18th of
April, opened on the 13th of May,
there woro thirteen in tho com
pnny, played thirteen playB for
thirtoon weeks; while at Honolu
lu thoy gave thirteen playB on
thirteen nights aud thirtoon times
turned away people; there aro
thirteen lamps in Friedlandor's
office, whore tho contracts woro
made, and thodocumonts repoBO
peacefully in case 1313 at tho
Safe Deposit vaults.
IHC ltlltbou NmIo.
On Thursday tho Templo of
Fashion will bogin a clearance
salo of ribbons. The salo will
last throe days. A largo Yarioty of
them will bo placod on tho 10a.
countor and a groat many moro
will go at Co. Just stop insido
tho door and look iu tho largo
show caso to tho right, and boo
those G inch ribbons. Former
prico 1)1; will soil Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday at 25o.
Flood In the Ohio Valley.
Steady rain had fallon ovor tho
ontiro watershed of tho Ohio val
loy, with tho oxcoption of westorn
New York and western Pennsyl
vania, for 72 hours up to 7 o'clock
p. m., February 22. Many towns
in tho South are flooded. Rail
ways aro blooknded by wator. Ouo
man was killed nnd several woro
injured by tho running of a traiu
into a wnshout near Portsmouth,
O. Somo loss of life in flooded
towns is ropoiled.
MARRIED THIS MORNING
flllltlsriAN CUNKAIir AND .HISS
wtnrnANN auk oni:.
riilhi-r I.rnnnrc onhlnlc nt t'rnll.v
McthMiiirnl I In- i'atliollr TaiIip-
trnt-Tlinac I'rc.cnt. "
At 11 o'clock this morning a
large number of the friends of tho
contracting parties were gathered
iu the Catholic cathedral ti wit
ness tho marringo of Carl Chris
tian Couiadt uud Miss Irene
Widemann. In front of the altar
a bridal canopy of pnhn leaves
had been erected boueath which
tho bridal couple stood. Nu
moious palms iu pots were placed
about tho steps leading to the ,
altar and at tho sides, tho whole
piesouting a very pretty appear
ance. Precisely nt 11 o'clock the
groom, attended by Representative
Walter McUryde as his best man,
tuok his stand under tho leafy
canopy, while 11 soft prelude was
played 011 tho organ. A few min
utes later the bridal paity arrived
and wero escorted up tho aialo bv
Liquol tiart nud L. do L. an),
tho" masters of coremouies. In
tho bridal pnrty wero Mrs. Wido
miinn, mother of tho bride, ou the
arm of her son Carl, Mins lga
Borger and Miss Loila M'acfur
lano, maids of honor; Miss A rjm
Widemann, sister of tho bride f ml
bridesmaid; aud lastly the rtirido
herself, leading on the arm of hur
As tho procession renelod tho
marriage canopy Father loonore,
tho officiating priest, adduced to
tho front of tho altar stei's aud be
gan tho lecture with ,which the
short but impressive niar.iage
service of tho Catholic oliuroh
commences. Iu a fow minutes tho
ceremony was ended nud amid tho
strains of a wedding march from
tho organ tho nowly united couplo fcv.
led tho way to thoir carriages.
Tho wedding was an extremely
simple ono. ,Tho brido wa3 ele
gantly dressed in a white satin
robo trimmed with oraugo blos
soms. Sho was nearly covorod
with a cloud of whito voiling and
around hor head was a largo
wreath of oraugo blossoms. Her
maids woro dressed iu puro whito
and all carried bouquets.
Among thoso who wore present nt
tho ceremony woro President and
Mrs. Dolo, Hon. S. M. Damon
and wifo, Win. G. Irwin nnd wife,
Miss Spalding, James M. Dowsott
aud family, Portuueso Chnmo
d'Affairos A. S. Canavarro, Mrs.
1?li: Mill- -r ri -r
xjuitt iimia, hits, luccrrow, iurs.
Atkinson, Miss Atkinson, James
Spencer and wife, Walter Dilling
ham, B. F. Dilliuchain and wifo.
Justico and Mrs. Frear, Mrs. O. O.
Borger, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. J. O.
Carter, O. A. Brown, Mrs. A. F.
Judd, Miss Judd, Mr. aud Mrs.
Paul Noumaun, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Focko, Mrs. Ward and tho Missos
Ward, Mr. aud Mrs. M. P. Robin
son, Mrs. Walkor and tho Misses"
Walkor, Clivo Davios, Mrs. E. D.
Tenuoy, Mrs. Nbouan, John S.
Walkor and wifo, Mrs. Schaefor,
J. F. Hackfold, Georgo A. Fuir
child, MrB. Saiu'l Parker and tho
Missos Parkor, Mrs. Oat, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Macfarlano, Mr. nud
Mrs. H. It. Maofarlano, Mr. and
Mrs. Ahrons, Miss Holon Mncfar- ,
lauo, Joo Conradt and many
Aftor the coremony tho bridal
party and rolativos.with a few inti
mato friends, ropairod to tho resi
dence of Jiulgo Widemann, whoro
an olegant wedding lunch had
beon prepared. At 1:30 this after-
noon tho nowly-wodded couplo
drovo to Ahuiraanu, tho residonoo
of Honry Maofarlano, whoro they
will stay a couple of wcoks.
Paul Neumann nud Lioutonnnt
SaiTord of tho U. S. S. Alert en
tertained tho mombors of tho So
cial Scionco Club at Chief JiiBtico
Judd's rosidenco lastovoning with
descriptions of their impressious
of visits to Guatemala and Snmoa.