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PAPERS

RELATING TO THE

FOREIGN RELATIONS

OP

THE UNITED STATES,

WITH

THE ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

TRANSMITTED TO CONGRESS

DECEMBER 5, 1898.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

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LIST OF PAPERS, WITH SUBJECTS OF CORRESPONDENCE.

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.

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1298. Mr. Day to Mr. Bachadan July 29

(telegram). Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Day... Oct. 1 Same to Mr. Hay(telegram). Nov. 16 Mr. Hay to Mr. Buchanan Nov. 17

(telegram).

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Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Hay

(telegram). Mr. Hay to Mr. Buchanan

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Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Hay... Nov. 22

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC AT WASHINGTON.

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Subject.

Boundary dispute between Chile and Argentine

Republic. Regrets to hear of tensiou and expresses hope that settlement will be reached. Claim of Thomas Jefferson Page. Settlement

of. Hawaiian vessels, protection of. Instructions

requested. Same subject. Commercial intercourse of Ha.

waii is to be protected by United States con

sulg. Same subject. Incloses telegram from Secre.

tary of the Treasury, giving his views. Same subject. Description of vessel, No offi.

cial notice of annexation of Hawaii received.

Instructions requested Same subject. Can not authorize captain of

schooner to hoist United States tlag in ab.

sence of Congressional legislation. Same subject. Gives particulars of the case

submitted in his telegrams of 16th and 19th

instant. Boundary dispute between Chile and Argentine

Republic. Incloses correspondence relating

to his designation as one of the arbitrators. Hawaiian vessels, protection of. Decision of

Secretary of the Treasury that such vessels can not be considered vessels of the United

States without additional legislation. Boundary dispute between Chile and Argentine

Republic. Formal invitation to act as one of the arbitrators made by both Governments.

Instructions requested. Same subject.

President authorizes your ac. ceptance."

Boundary dispute between Chile and Argentine

Republic. Question to be arbitrated by the

Queen of Great Britain. Same subject. United States Government grati.

fied to learn question is to be arbitrated by

Queen of Great Britain. Same subject. Designation of United States

Minister to Argentine Republic to act as one

of the arbitrators. Same subject. Designation of United States

Minister to Argentine Republic accepted if made by both Governments.

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Mr. Hay to Mr. Mérou

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1897.
Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman.. Dec. 31 Killing of Austro-Hungarians at Lattimer, Pa.

Reports interview with Minister for Foreign
Affairs, who urges consideration of represen:

tations of Austrian legation in regard to the.

1898.
Mr. Sherman to Mr. Tower.. Jan. 10 Military service of Peter Hornik. Incloses

letter of Hon. E. J. Hill relative to threatened
imprisonment, and directs proper inquiry and

action.
Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman.. Jan. 11 Military service of Siegfried Abeles. Release

secured. Correspondence inclosed. Same to same.

Feb.
8 Restriction of American fruit. Similar to those

imposed by Germany contemplated by Austria.

Newspaper article inclosed. Same to same....

Feb. 11 Military service of Peter Hornik. His name

was stricken from the rolls upon proof of his

American citizeuship.
Mr. Day to Mr. Tower...... Feb. 19 | Military service of Ignatz Gutman. Instruc.

tions to request his discharge.
Mr. Sherman to same ...... Mar. 25 Flag, desecration of the. Laws preventing use

of Austrian tlag for advertising purposes de.

sired.
Mr. Tower to Mr. Sherman.. Apr. 27 Restriction of American fruit. Confirms tele.

gram of same date in regard to issuance of de
creeg in Austria and Hungary. Incloses

copies of decrees. Same to Mr. Day.....

Apr. 29

Military service of Ignatz Gutman. Gutman

voluntarily enlisted in the service. Corre.

spondence inclosed. Mr. Day to Mr. Tower ...... May 10 Same subject. Refers to his No. 75, and in !

closes letter of complaint from McKinley and

Gottlieb. Same to same

May 26 Same subject. Approves action reporteil in

his No. 60. Mr. Moore to Messrs. Mc- ....do Same subject. Gives substance of report from Kinley and Gottlieb.

the United States legation. Mr. Tower to Mr. Day. May 26 Flag, desecration of the, No special law against

the. Certain otlenses are punished under po

lice or ot ber regulations. Same to same

June 1 Killing of Austro-Hungarians, at Lattimer, Pa.

Austria urges favorable consideration of
claims. Recites interview with officer of min-

istry for foreign atlairs. Same to same....

June 4 Military service of Anton Guerra. Release se.

cured. Same to same....

July 1 Military service of Herman Miller. Reports

Miller's arrest and release. Mr. Ridgely to Mr. Day Sept. 10 Assassination of Empress. "Empress of Austria (telegram).

just assassinated.' The President to the Em. Sept. 10 Same subject. Tenders sympathy of Governperor of Austria (tele.

ment and people of the United Siates. gram). The Emperor of Austria to

Sept. 11

Same subject. Thanks for expression of con. the President (telegram).

dolence and sympathy. Mr. Herdliska to Mr. Day Sept. 11 Same subject. * Empress of Austria was assas. (telegram).

sinated last evening." Mr. Moore to Mr. Herdliska Sept. 12 Same subject. Instructs to advise Mr. Tower (telegram).

so that he may attend obsequies. Mr. Day to same( telegram). Sept. 16 Same subject. Odler floral tribute in Presi.

dent's name.' Mr. Herdliska to Mr. Day... Sept. 19 Same subject. Transmits expression of Em

peror's thanks for sympathy extended.

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AT WASHINGTON.

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report them promptly.

vania to Mr. Sherman.

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AUSTRIA-HUNGARY-Continued.

CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE LEGATION OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AT WASHINGTON- continued.

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1897. Mr. Hengelmüller to Mr. Nov. 11 Killing of Austro-Hungarians at Lattimer, Pa. Sherman.

Requests that report promised by the Depart

ment be hastened.
Mr. Sherman to the gov., Nov. 12 Same subject. Asks result of investigation ..

ernor of Pennsylvania.
Same to Mr. Hengelınüller. ? Nov. 12 Same subject. Governor of Pennsylvania has

again been reqnested to send report.
The governor of Pennsyl. Nov. 17 Same subject. llopes to forward report at an
vania to Mr. Sherman.

early date. Mr. Sherman to the gov: 1 Dec. 10 Samo subject. Asks that report of investigaernor of Pennsylvania.

tion be expedited. Mr. Butler to Mr. Sherman. Dec. 11 Same subject. L'pon his return letter of the 10th

will be brouglit to the attention of the gov.

ernor of Pennsylvania. Mr. Sherman to Mr. Hengel- Dec. 13 Same subject. The governor of Pennsylvania müller

is absent and Department's letter will be laid

before him on his return.
Same to the governor of Dec. 22 Same subject. Please expedite if possible ....

Pennsylvania (telegram).
The governor of Pennsyl. Dec. 22 Same subject. All reports but that of sheriff of
vania to Mr. Sherman

Luzerne County here, and that promised to. (telegram).

morrow. All will be promptly forwarded. Mr. Sherman to Mr. Hen. Dec. 24 Same subject. Governorof Pennsylvania has all gelmüller.

reports but that of Sheriff of Luzerne County,

and that is promised within a few days. The governor of Pennsyl. 1....do ... Same subject. Reports are ready for transmis. rania to Mr. Sherman.

sion, but it is represented that they should be

held until after sherift's trial.
Mr. Sherman to the gov- Dec, 28 Same subject. No objection perceived to holding
ernor of Pennsylvania.

reports until after trial. Requests that they
then be sent, together with account and result

of the trial.
Same to Mr. Hengelmüller. 1....do ... Same subject. Trial will take place coming

month and reports will be held by governor of
Pennsylvania until after trial, as they might

prejudice cases in court.
The governor of Pennsyl- | Dec. 29 Same subject. Will instruct authorities of Lu-
vapia to Mr. Sherman.

zerne County to furnish account of the trial. Mr. Hengelmüller to same. . Dec. 30 Same subject. His Government will hold Unit.

ed States Federal Government responsible for

1898. injuries and must ask indemnity for victims. 208 Mr. Sherman to Mr. Hen- Jan. Same subject. Takes exception to the language gelmüller,

and conclusions of his note of December 30. Same to the governor of

...do ..

Same subject. Requests reports. They will not Pennsylvania (telegram).

be made public until after trial. The governor of Pennsyl. do Same subject. Reports will be forwarded Monvauja to Mr. Sherman

day next. (telegram). Same to same.

Jan. 12 Same subject. Incloses report of sheriff of Lu.

zerne County, Brigadier General Gobin, and

of Gen. Tbomas J. Stewart. Mr. Sherman to the

gov.

Jan. 19 Same subject. Asks when trial will take place.
ernor of
Pennsylvania

A representative of the Department of Justice
(telegram).

will attend the trial. The governor of Pennsyl. Jan. 20 Same subject. Trial will begin February 1......

vania to Mr. Sherman
1 (telegram).
209 Mr. Sherman to Mr. Hengel. Jan. 20 Same subject. Reports received from Pennsyl.
müller.

vania authorities tend to show that strikers
assaulted the sheriffs. However, the result

of the trial will be awaited.
The gorernor of Pennsyl. Jan. 22 Same subject. Every facility will be fur
vania to Mr. Sherman.

nished representative of the Department of

Justice.
Mr. Hengelmüller to same.. Jan. 24 Same subject. Note is taken that question is

looked upon as pending.
The governor of Pennsyl. | Jan. 27 Samo stibject. Will provide representative of
vania to same.

Department of Justice with proper creden.

tials at Wilkesbarre. Mr. Hoyt to same.....

Same subject. Will attend trial of sheriff and

deputies, as directed. 211

Mr. Day to Mr. Hengel. Jan. 31 Same subject. Assistant Attorney-General
müller.

will attend trial. Again corrects impression
that the governor of Pennsylvania has ever

refused to communicate reports.
Mr. Hoyt to Mr. Day... Apr. 4 Same subject. Will submit his report on the

trial during the present week.

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