Mr. Baker to Mr. Gresham.
Managua, Nicaragua , November 3, 1893 .
(Received November 23.)
Sir: In the line of keeping you informed upon the condition of affairs in Central America, I inclose herewith a telegram detailing certain action by the Government of Honduras, which seems to threaten the peace of this country. I also inclose a copy of a personal letter which I addressed to Hon. Pierce M. B. Young, U. S. minister to Guatemala and Honduras, covering this telegram. The telegram and letter are self-explanatory.
I also transmit herewith copy of a telegram which tends to show the existence of a very unfriendly feeling in Salvador toward Nicaragua, and another mentioning some troubles on the frontier of Honduras.
I am, etc.,