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THE DAILY BULLETIN, At'ItlL 8, 1895.
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UNCLE SAM IS FIRM.
Wants Oreat Britain to Loavo Vene
Washington, March 20. Si'erelnry
Groabniu vn nt tlio Wh'te Hoiich
for neatly thfco I ours this nfternoou
iu conference with tho Prus dent
concerning the serious diplomatic
riillluulties now pending, wliilo tho
Spanish aud'Uawailan incidents at
tract more attention from tho pub
lic, tiiu VeiiMziii'lnn i':ih i (Ic(Mii"(l
by loup; odds tho most serious one
with which this government has to
doal. Though it has not yet rea h
ed an acuto stago, olllcials who hit
familiar with tho various phases of
the episode declare that in a few
weeks the country will bo very niuoh
oxcited and alarmed concerning it,
To-day another phase of our
troubles with Oreat Britain chiefly
occupied the attention of President
Glovoland and Secretary Uresbam.
As a result of the conference it is
understood another cablegram of in
structions has been sent to Ambasna
sor Bayard at London. This govern
ment desiros to impress upon Great
Dritain its desire that the efforts of
England to collect the indemnity
demanded of Nicaragua by the re
cent British ultimatum shall nut be
carried to extremes. It is believed
Ambassador Bayard has boon in
structed to learn what the purpose
of Great Britain will bo in case
Nicaragua refutes to pay over the
$75,000 demanded as reparation for
the miotroatmeui and expulsion of
British Consul Hatch. This is an
exceedingly delicato inquiry for oun
government to mako of another, and
Mr. Bayard's tact is expected to bo
used to the utmost iu ordor to avoid
giving offonso. If Great Britain de
cided, iu tho event of Nicaragua'
refusal, to take possession of Nicara
guan torritory or to seize the"cua-tom-houses
for the purpose of col
lecting tho rum demanded, the
United States will view suelr action
as a violation of the Mouroo doc
trine. As to tho general right of Great
Britain to secure proper reparation
duo her consul by tho Nicaragunu
authorities this government raises
no question. During tbo recent
troubles in Blueflelds, subjects of
tho UnitocJ gtates an.-', Gieai Britain
alike suffered through tho unneces
sary zeal of Nicaraguan officers. For
those injuries the United States has
already secured reparation and
apology. Great Britain has not
been so fortunate in settling hor
claims. The question is not as to
whether or not reparation is due
her, but solely as to the method to
be adopted iu securing compliance
with her domands, By his vigorous
policy with reference to the Mos
quito strip, Secretary Gresham suc
ceeded iu inducing Groat Britain to
abandon all hor claims of territorial
jurisdiction in Nicaragua. Tho
secretary does not iutoud to permit
these pretensious to bo raised auow
as a result of the difficulties con
cerning tho 'indemnity dun for in
jury to British subjects. Any olfort
on the part of Groat Britain to take
possession of territory or of the cus
tom houses will, thorefore, bo resist
ed by the United States. Adoptiou
of this policy concerning the Blue
Holds atfair has a direct aud import
ant bearing upon tho Venezuelan
complication. It is freely prod ic ted
by those who have the moans of
knowing the opinions of tho Presi
dent aud tho Eeuretary of state, that
tho United States will bike firm
ground in resistance to European
encroachments upon tho little Iie
publia of Venezuela.
"Wo can do nothing else than
this," said ouo official to-day. "Wo
should subject ourselves not only to
oriticism, but to ignominy, if wo
were to remain silent aud Iuactive
while Venezuela's rights and inter
ests were bolng trampled upon, sim
ply because the offender in this case
is a powerful nation. No ono doubts
that wo would stand up for Vone
zuola if Spaiu or Italy or any second-rate
power were her aggressror.
The Monroe doctrine would be ap
plied in such a case, aud the Ameri
can flag would bo vigorously ilaunt
m in the faces of tho foreigners as a
sign that Amoricau uffairB must be
loft to Americans for settlement. It
would bo cowardice on our part to
desert Vouezuola iu her hour of
need because Great Britain, France
and Germany nro pressing upon hor.
I have reason for bolioving that Pio
sideut Glovoland and Secretary
Gieshnm lako this view of tho case,
and will go perhaps furthor iu do
fouEo of tho Monroe doot riue, when
I Iu) critical moment arrives, than
this country has over gone before."
Tho present contention of tho
United Slates is that the boundary
'di-puto between Great Britain and
Vouezuela miu,t bo submitted to
arbitration. It appears to bo pretty
well i-et tied that Great Britain will
refuse arbitration, and diplomatists
heio expect that iu expressing its re
fual the Biitihh foreign ollic will
iudulgo in tome canst iu remarks
concerning tho manner iu which the
United States carry out their arbi
tration agreements, citing the failure
of congress to appropriate money
for tlib Behring Sua damages as au
If Great Britain refuses arbitra
tion and with the moral rupport of
both Germany and Franco 't tempts
to carry tilings with n hiuli hand iu
Venezuela, tit" acute slnxe of the
controversy will bo reached.' It will
then bo necessary for this govern
ment to decide whother or not it is
to exhaust its influence in more diplo
macy, or whother it will support its
ireteiiiiius by n show of force.
There is naturally much difference
here ns to the binding force, of tho
Monroe doctrine as applied to this
case. That doctrine has hecii vari
ously expounded, aud its tenets are
as yet somewhat vague and cloudy.
For instance, on the very question
of arbitration involved in this matter
Mr. Frolinghuysn declared in 1883
as follows: On the ground that the
decision of American questions per
tains to America itself, tho depart
ment of state will not sanction tho
arbitration by European stntes of
South American difficulties, oven
with the consent of tho parties." In
1831 Mr. Blaine held that it was in
expedient for the United States to
unite with Great Britain and Franco
iu intervening to terminate hostili
ties between Chile and Peru.
Now that tho war of the revolu
tion is over, it is the duty of every
man to support tho existing form of
government. Although things may
not mouj with that cordiality that
would ensure nu everlasting peace,
still they may bo allowed to subside
into that indifference without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best interests. All
things considered it may bo for tho
best, but time, tho only arbitrator iu
such Oases, must alone decide that
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