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Sale tow On.
CRISIS EXPECTED SOON
Situation in Turkey Very
PROMISED FIRMANS NOT GRANTED
A.- British Onnboat Heading for tlie
- Dardanelles Attempt to Se
cure Its Kecall.
Constantinople, Nov. 28, via Sofia.
Bulgaria, Nov. 29. The political situa
tion is critical, and a crisis may be ex
pected within the, ensuing 24 honra.
The saltan, who is once more thorough
ly under the influence of the palace
party, led by Izzel Bey, still declines to
grant the firmans applied for by repre
sentatives of Great Britain, Russia, Ita
ly and Austria, for the passage of the
extra guard ships through the Straits of
This is extraordinary, as on Tuesday
Tewfik Pasha, the Turkish minister of
foreign affairs, personally assured Sir
Philip Carrie that the porte had detei
mined to grant the permission required.
It would .thus seem that while the Tur
kish ministers are apparently in favor of
granting the firmans, the palace party,
priests, chamberlains and others, who
are the real advisers of Abdul Hamid,
are opposed to it as calculated to lower
the dignity of the sultan. Meantime
the Mussulmans are' growing uneasy
looking upon the threatening advent of
the extra guard ships as nothing lees
than warlike demonstrations before
Sir Philip Currie, when assured by
Twefik Pasha that the firmans would be
forth-coming immediately telegraphed
to the admiral in command of the Brit
" ish Mediterranean squadron instructing
him to diBpatch a gunboat to the Darda
nelles to be. used in the BoBphorous as
an extra guard. The twin-screw torpe
do gunboat Oriad, carrying four seven
Inch and four eix-pounoer quick-firing
guns, is expected to arrive at Cbanakkai
today and pass right on to the Bospho
rus. The sultan is known to be in a
state of tha greatest agitation at the
news that an extra British gunboat is
heading 'or the Dardanelles. -
The minister of foreign affairs was
sent for at midnight and an exciting in
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
A Line of Shoes that are
terview took place between him and the
sultan, during which the latter bitterly
and tearfully reproached Tewfik Pasha
for his action. The pasha tried to justify
himself by recalling that the granting of
the firmans had been agreed to in sub
stance by the sultan. The sultan insist
ed that it was impossible to issue tha fir
mans, as that would cause rioting in
Constantinople, and that the powers
should be content with the measures
taken by the government to maintain
order. The sultan then instructed Tew
fik Pasha to do everything possible to
induce the British ambassador to count
ermand his order for a gunboat" Sir
Philip refused, saying he was tired of
being trifled with, and reminding him
that Great Britain was rcting fairly
within her treaty rights.
Tewfik Pasha returned to the palace
in a very unenviable frame of mind, with
the failure of his mission. The sultan,
frantic with rage, drove him from his
presence with fierce revilings, and the
president of the state counsel, Said
Pasha, who is supposed to have some
influence with Sir Philip Currie, .was
sent for. The sultan eagerly besought
him to go immediately to the British
ambassador and spare no effort to induce
him to order the recall of the Driad.
Sir Philip finally consented to place the
whole matter once more before bis gov
ernment and awaft further instructions.
DOUBLE ACTION RULE.
Beets Hake Whisky and Whisky Hakes
Omaha, Nov. 29. The vast yield of
sugar beets in Nebraska and the inabil
ity of the farmers to dispose of the enor
mous quantity as rapidly as convenient,
has provoked some peculiar violations,
of the revenue laws. A still has been
captured in Sherman county from which
whisky was being manufactured from
Republicans to Organise.
Washington, Nov. 29. There is a
growing probability tbat the republicans
at their caucus on next Monday will de
cide to attempt to reorganize the senate
on republican lines, and that the candi
date for president pro tern will then be
decided upon. Quite a number of re
publican senators, including three mem
bers of the steering committee, wera at
the capitol today and au informal ex
change of views among them resulted in
a general adoption of this conclusion.
There is a difference of opinion as to the
wisdom of attempting' more than the
election of the presiding officer in the
beginning, but the preponderance of
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The Durrant Trial. '
San Fbancisco, Nov. 29. General
Dickinson continued reading his affida
vits lor a motion for a new trial in the
case of Theodore Durrant this morning.
Dickidson complained that although the
witnesses had been excluded from the
courtroom during the trial the news
papers had persisted in publishing the
testimony. He was still reading his
affidavits at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
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One Vessel Bought. -
Nbw YoBKi Nov. 29. A local paper
says : The steamer State of California,
which has been running between this
port and the Clyde for the Allan state
line, has been sold to the Japanese gov
ernment and will be converted into a
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would say they were worth $3.
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prices, 15 per cent, discount. .
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