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UNITED STATES HAS
ACCOMPLISHED ITS TASK
Must Afford Protection to All Peo
ple in China Integrity of
the Empire to be Main
tained. WnaliliiRton, Aug. 31. The ltuh-
slnn note rclnthe to tho wlthilniwal
of Hussla from Clilnn, nnd tho United
States' rmpoiuo thereto, wcro made
public today by tho stnto department
nftcr the cabinet had fully consider"!!
the expediency of no doing. The cor
rcinoudcnce Is unlijue In the hlatory of
diplomatic exchange. 11 may bo said to
inusiniio a cicver move by wlilcli tho
United States KovcrnmenL niraln nan
assumed the lead In prtscrlbliiK the
policy of tho powers respecting .ho
Chinese trtmhlo. This was accomplish
ed by tho stnte department nvalllni;
lUclf of n Itiisslan note to address the
powers with nn Inquiry as to their
policy, nn answer to which nr.im!v
can bo avoided,
arlous meanings mnv 1m nlnpr.il
upon tho statements of tho two princi
pals to this correspondence. Thus, on
tho ono hand, It may bo noted that'
whllo Ilusiila announces a purpuno to
withdraw her troons from C'hlnn. kIIII
as to tho occupying force at Niuchwang
u cunuitiun is iiunenod that nlmost
negatives tho proposition as to that
Respecting our own attitude. It in.
pears that while bcllcvlne tho licit
courso to pursuo is to remain In Po
tting, our government is still willing
to withdraw. Perhaps this means that
if there is to he separate action by the
powers In China tho United States
proposes to deal with tho situation wi'.h
a iree nanu. it may I10 noted In con
nection with our withdrawal statement
that whereas Russia proposes to with
draw from China, our offer is to with
draw from I'eklnir. A slcnlflciiit ficr
in that connection Is thai General Clnf-
reo, wno is well advised of tho situa
tion, having sovcral days ngo bosn
directed to prepare for Just such nn
emergency ns that pr'cclpltntetl by tho
Russian action, continues his nrmm.
tlons for wintering tho American troops
in vyiiina. lnuceii, unless tho men a'c
ntloat nnd out of tho Pclho within the
next six weeks, thoy are likely to re
main In China perforce, being lea
bound. General Charfeo wnH further
advised today of tho developments in
the situation, a compendious statu
niont of tho points In tho Russo-Amerl-can
correspondence being cabled to him
lor nis guidance.
The text of tho Russian proposal niul
tho stnto department's resimnisn In;.
Chinese corresnondencc. Auinist 2Sih
nnd 29th. 1900. Purposes of Russia In
China. Telegraphic Instructions sent
to tho representatives of the United
States In Ilerlln, Vienna, Paris, London,
Toklo and St. Petersburg:
uepanment or Slate, Washington.
Aug. 29. 1900. Tho Russlnn clmren d-
affaires yesterday mado to mo nn oral
statement respecting Russia's purposes
In China, to tho following effect: That,
ns already repeatedly declared, Riu.ila
nas no designs ot territorial acquisition
In China: that, equally with other pow
ers now operating there, Russia has
sought tho safety of the legations at
Peking and to help the Chinese govern
ment to repress the troubles: that. In
cidentally to necessary defensive meas
ures on the Russian border, Russia has
occupied Nluchwnng for military pur
poses, anil as soon as order Is re-established
will rctlro troops therefrom, If
action of other powers be no obstacle
thereto; that tho purpose for which the
various governments have co-operated
for the relief of tho legations In Peking
has been accomplished, that, taking
tho position that ns tho Chinese cov-
ornment has loft Peking there Is nu
need for her representative to remain,
Russia has directed the Russian min
ister to retire, with his personnel, fro'n
China; that tho Russian troops will
ltkcwlso bo withdrawn, and that when
the government of China shall regain
the reins of government and accord nn
authority with which the other powcis
can deal and will express a desire to
enter Into negotiations, tho Russian
government will also narao Its repre
sentative. Holding these views 'and
purposes, Russia expresses tho hope
that tho United States will share tho
To this declaration our reply hs
Iicen mado by tho following memoran
dum: "Memorandum In response to M10
Russian chargo's ornl communication,
mado on August 28th to the acting
secretary of stnto touching tho purposes
01 tiussia in uninn;
"Tho government of tho United
States receives with much satisfaction
the reiterated statement thnt Russia
has no designs of territorial acqui
sition In China, and thnt, equally with
tho other powers now operating In
China. Russia has soucht tho safety of
her legation In Peking and to help tho
umncso government to repress tho ex
isting troubles. Tho same purposes
havo moved nnd will contlnuo to con
trol tho government of tho United
States, and tho frank declarations of
Russia In this regard are In nccord
with those mado to tho United States
by tho other powers. All tho powers,
thoreforo, hnvlng disclaimed any pur
poso to acquire any part of China, and
now thnt adherence thereto has been
renowed since relief lins reached Pe
king, It ought not to bo dllllcult, by
ronrurreut ncllon thtoua.li Iit-Kntlntlt :r
In rrncb an nmlcnhle ettleniMii , h
Ihlna by which the trenly right of all
(tower will bf secured fur Ihe fuliii?
the, open diHir nssiitcd, the Interest an I
pmiwrty of foiilgn rllltena timnerved
and full ripnintlon made for wrohn
ilul Injuries sulTered by them
"80 far ns wo arc ndWtcil, hn greater
inrt of China Is at peace, and earnestly
ieslrr to protect the life nnd property
of nil forrlKiicr. and In seternl of the
irt luces nctle ami successful effort
to suppress the lloxer have been tnk 11
by viceroys, to whom c hae extendi d
encouragement thrtiugli our consuls
and naval officers,
"Tho pienent good relation should be
promoted for the pence of China. While
we agree that the Immediate object lo
which the military forces of the puiv
havo been co-tiperntliig, ,,., tho relief
of the minister nt Peking, hn been
accomplished thero still remain the
other uurposes which all the powers
hnto in common which nre referred to
In the communication of the Russian
charge d'affaires, and which were .pa
cifically enumerated In our note to the
ior of July 3d,
"These arc: To afford all possible
protection everywhere In China to for
eign life nnd property; to guard and
protect nil legitimate foreign intcresis,
to aid In preventing the snrenil of ill-
tinier to other provinces of tho empire
nnd recurrence of such disorders, and
to seek a solution which may bring
about permanent pence and safely In
Chlnn, preserve Chinese territorial
nnd administrative entity protect all
rights guaranteed by treaty and Inter
national law to friendly nower nnd
safeguard for the world of the principle
of equal and Impartial trade with all
parts or the Chinese empire.
"In our opinion these purposes cou'd
bfst be obtained hy tho Joint occupa
tion of Peking under a dcllntte under
standing between the lioweis until tl.e
Chinese government shall have been
re-established and shall have been In
a position to enter Into new treaties
with, adequate provisions for repara
tion nnd guarantees of future prof' -tlon.
With the establishment of recog
nition of such authority the United
States would wish to withdraw Its mili
tary forces from Pcklni: and remit to
the processes of peaceful nrgotlntlon
our Just demands. Wo consider, how
ever, thnt n continued occupation of
Peking would be Ineffective to produce
tho desired result, unless all tho powes
unite therein with entire harmony of
purpose. Any power which determines
to withdraw Its troops from l'eltlnw
will necessarily proceed thereafter to
protect Its Interests In Chlnn by Iih
own method, nnd we think thnt this
would make a general withdrawal ex
pedient. As to tho'tlme nnd manner of with
drawal, we think that, In view of the
Impel feet knowledge of the mllltniy
situation resulting from tho Interrup
tions of telegraphic communication, the
several military companies nt Peking
should be Instructed to confer nnd
ngrcc together upon the withdrawal
ns a concerted movement as they
agreed upon the advance.
Tho result of these considerations
Is that, until there Is such general ex
pression by tho powers for n continued
occupation ns to modify the views ex
pressed by the government of Ktmla
and lead to a general agreement fo."
continued occupation, we shall give In
structions to the commander of the
American fmccs In Chlnn to withdraw
our troops from Peking nftcr tho con
ference with the other commanders ns
to tho time nnd manner of withdrawn).
"Tho government of the United
States Is much gratified by the assur
ance given by Russia that the occupa
tion or Niuchwang Is for military pur
poses Incidental to the military steps
for the security of tho Russian border
provinces menaced by the Chinese, 'ind
that as soon ns order shall bo re-established
Russln will retire her troops
f 1 0111 these places If the action of tha
other powers be not nn obstacle
"No obstaclo In this regard can nrhe
through nny action of the United
States, whoso policy Is fixed nnd has
been repeatedly proclaimed.
"AlA'rJY A. AIJBK.
"Department of State, Washington,
August 29, 1900.
"You will communicnto the foregoing
to tho minister of foreign affairs ind
Invito careful consideration and a re
sponse." Cnlifornlan RelnHUrcd
San Francisco, Sept. 1. Thlrty-slx
days have pasned since the new steam
er California!! sailed from Honolulu
for Manila, and the vessel has not yet
arrived nt the Philippine, port. She was
posted yesterday at the Merchants' Ex
change ns overdue and 35 per cent re
Insurance Is quoted nn her, but tho
figure will rapidly climb upward If the
steamer remains out many inoro days.
Shipping men ns well as tho owners
of the Callfoinlan do not believe that
any great disaster has befallen tho big
steamer, the opinion being general that
nothing more serious than a break
down has occurred. This, however,
would be serious under most circum
stances, unless the Cnlifornlan Is near
her Journey's end, where she would be
liable to bo picked up or at least re
ported without undue loss of time.
The fact that tho California!! Is on
her maiden voyage lends foundation to
tho belief thnt her machinery has
caused n delay nt sea nnd that other
wise she Is all right.
MlHitlnn Clilldren'ti Society.
About sixty people were present nt
tho meeting of the Hawaiian Mission
Children's Society nt tho homo of Mrs.
Dillingham Satuiday evening. Tho
meeting was colled to order to Rov. C.
Westcrvelt. Mr. and Mrs. O, H. On
lick nnd Mrs. I). I Dillingham related
their cxperlenco nt tho mlsslonnry con
vention In Now York. Miss Chamber
lain reported on the Missionary Album.
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