Mr. Braida to Mr. Uhl.
Bluefields, March 22, 1894. (Received March 31.)
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith copy of my dispatch to Hon. L. Baker, United States minister at Managua.
I beg to report that I shall stay here until the arrival of a United States war ship or other orders, considering lives and property of our citizens not at all secured.
I am, etc.,
United States Consul.