NICARAGUA: Treaty Proposed

Some 6,000 U. S. marines held all the important Nicaraguan cities except Matagalpa and Granada last week.

The British Government sent the cruiser Colombo to anchor off Corinto, but gave notice that it would not transgress the Monroe Doctrine by landing troops.

President Juan Sacasa of Nicaragua (recognized by Mexico) was hard pressed in the Interior by troops of President Diaz of Nicaragua (recognized by the U. S.). Sacasa forces had been pressing hard early in the week, upon Diaz troops defending the cities Chinandega, Leon and loma. When these cities were occupied...

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