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   Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - January 14, 1894, Lawrence, Kansas                                DAILY II SUNDAY MORNINGt JANUARY 1894 Vice Cashier LEFT TO Capital Surplus Transact a generaibanking business buys and sells foreign and domestic Collections will receive prompt and care fnl Safety Deposit Boxes For This Bank is completely equipeii to dle your business of whatever on fair and liheral G MAS ATTORNEYS AT POEIILER TEACHER ATTORNEYS AT Lawrence National Bank ATTORNEY ATTORNEY OFFICE WOODWARDS D30G Residence Tennessee PHYSICIAN AND Office over THE FAIIl 743 Res idence 1029 Delaware st opposite Quaker cdurch Telephone at residence Telephone office Office hours from 10 to 12 and from 2 to D 733 Massachusetts Up Residence 437 Elm Telephone JUSTICE OF THE INSURANCE written in reliable Office in tho basement tmtler Sinclairs General coinprislne the very best companies for Call ami sue us with ATLAS LAND AND INVESTMENT National BanVc Ball ACCIDENT and John Ghariton Son fiMEBAL Dwellings and farai properly insure sf low Office under Lawrence XatlonrJ Liwaence ATrOUNEV AT LAW ABTSRACTOR OP TITLES Titles examlnoj anj Inland Li Hwl conveyanc loraado aaI O Civil Engineer and Surveyor Office Court House Can be secured oat of the beat goods and at the lowest pricessC Over Marks jewelry CULBERTSON 4 OO and SAJSTET THE PRESIDENT THROUGH WITH ALL CORRESPONDENCE SENT Minister Action Reply of President Dole to Wil lis Very Right of This Country to InterfereDe lie port presi dent today transmitted to congress all correspondence relating to the Hawaiian complications since his message of December The mes sage transmitting the correspondence is as follows To the transmit here with copies of all dispatches from our minister to relating in any vay to political affairs in except such as have been heretofore transmitted to I also send copies of instructionssent on January being the only instructions to him that have not been sent to In my former message to congress I witheld dispatches numbering under date of November and also dispatch under date of October Inasmuch as the con tents of dispatch 3 are all re ferred to in dispatches of more recent and inasmuch as there seems to be no longer reason for withholding the same is herewith Dispatch 70 is still withheld for reasons that seem to be justifiable and GKOVKU The last instructions to Minister Willis referred to in tho presidents letter of transmittal as the only in structions not sent to congress are dated They were sent under cover of a tel egram to A the dispalch agent at San instructing him to forward the following tele gram to by the steamer Mariposa tomorrow MINISTEU WILLIS LAST January To Hono lulu Your 1J to 18 inclusive show that you have rightly comprehended theseopo of your instructions and as far as was in your discharged the onerous task coutlded in sincerely re grets that the provisional Kovernment refuses to acquiesce in the conclusion which sense of risrht and duty and a due regard for our na tionul honor constrained him to reach and submit as a measure of justice to the people of the Hawaiian islands and their deposed sover AVhiin it is true that the provisional i overn nierit was created to exist only until the islands were annexed to the United Stites and that the queen finally but reluctantly sur rendered to an armed force of this govern ment illegally quartered in and representatives of the provisional government which realized its importance anxious to control of the queens means of assured her that If she would her case would be subsequently considered by tho United the president has never claimed that such action constituted him an arbitrator In the technical sense or authorized him act that capacity betweenthe provisional You made no such claim when you acquainted that government with tho presidents The solemn assurance tjivcn to the queen has not been referred to ns authority for the president to act as but as a fact material to a just determination of the presi dents duty in tho In the note which the minister of foreign affairs addressed to yon on the 23d ultimo it is stated in effect that even if tho constitutional government was subverted by the action of the American minister and in invasion by a military force of the United tho presidents authority is limited to dealing with our own unfaith til of and that he can take no steps to a correction of the wrontc done The presi dent entertain a different view of his respon sibility and Tho subversion of tho Hawaiian government by an abuse of the au thority of the United States was in plain vio lation of the Internal ionai laws and required the president to disavow and condemn the act officials atul within the limits of Ills constitutional power to endeavor to re tore the On the Hth ultimo the president sotit a spec ial message to copies of Jir mounts reports and the instructions Riven 10 him and to On the same resolution of the house of repre he sent copies of all correspond ence Minii on the political affairs and of withholding for suffi cient realms only Mr Stovenss 7 of Octo and your t of November Tin president therein announces that j the conditions of by him to the quoen not having proved accepta ble to her and since the instructions sent to you to insist those conditions he has not learned that the was willing absent to them thereuuon sulmiucd the sub ject to the more extended powers and wide dis cretion of adding the assurance that ho wouid be to cooperate in any which be devised for a solution of the consistent with American inserrity and report shows that on further retlcctioa the qocn Lavc cr unqualified assnt in writ lo the conditions that the uovernment refused to the presidents The now boinjr in the hands of the president will keep that body fiiUy of the situation and will lay be fore roui time to time the reports received from our number heretofore withheld all instructions sent to In the while keeping the department fully informed of the course of you will until further notice consider that your special instructions upon this have been fully complied DOLE TO The Hawaiian Provisional Executive Denies Itigbt to latest dispatch received from Minister enclosing President Doles reply to his demand for the retirement of the pro visional govern is as follows Willis to Na LEGATION or THE UNITED HONO 12 SIR Presi dent Dole has just delivered in person at this hour midnight the answer of the provis ional government for reasons therein to accept the decision of the president of United States a copy of which is herewith The revenue cutter Conrin is under sailing orders and will leave here In few minutes for San The captain has Teen to slow UR ij and enter the harbor of SanFrmndsoo stmxbt and to numbered that pi re The object of this is l enubio the president to receive these oouzinunicv tions before liny intimation of their can be tolcuraphed I will on Tuesday acknowledge noript of the answer of the provisional notifying it that the preilrjil oi ihe United status will be informed and that DO further steps will be taken iiy nuuntil I shall have heard from 1 shall deliver a similar communication to the The very treat excitement prevailing and the peculiar conditions this prompt the above 1 trust will meet with the approbation of the presi dent and yourself I think it proper to acknowledge In this pub i lie way the efficient rendered to the government of the United States by our con sul since my arrival at this Signed ALBERT President Doles reply to the United States ministers demands is as fol I lows Dole to Your Escel I lencys communication of December an nouncing the conclusion which the preident of the United States of America has finally 1 arrived it respecting the application of this i government for a treaty f practical union i with country and referring also to the domestic affairs of these hud the consideration of the I While it is with deep disappointment that we learn that the important proposition i which we have submitted o the government I of the United States anu Africa was at nrst fa yorably considered by it lias at length been re we have experienc a sense of relief i that we are now favored with the tirst official I information on the suuject that has been rej ceived through a period of over nine mouths j j Whiiu ue accept tae decision of the presi dent ibe United declining further j to consider tue annexation proposition as the j linal conclusion of the present we do not feel inclined to regard it us the last j word of tin American government upon this lor hj history oi thu mutual relations of tiietwi countriesof American effort and influence in building up the Christian which has so conspicuously aided in this country an honorable place among independent u the ge position of islands and the to both pioiitabio reciprocal interests which nave together wit Hour weakness as a sovereign aji point with coavlncing force to practical union between the two countries as necessary to gain the result from the circumstances This con viction is emphasized by the favorable expres sion of American statesmen over a long period in favor or conspicuous among whom are the names of W L William H Hamilton Fish and James former secretaries of and especially by the action of your last administration in neOtiatiiu a treaty of an nexation with this government and sending it to the sirvite a view of its We shaL continue tiu project of political union the United States as a conspicuous feature of our loreKn con liuetitly hoping that sooner or later it will be croiifit vfth success to the lasting benelit of both The portion of your communica tion reteriiu to our domestic affairs with a to iuterferin therein is a new departure in the relations of tue two government Your information that the president of the United States expects this yovurnment to promptly relinquish authority with the question Are you willing to abide by the dec sion of the presi might well be dismissed in a single but fothe circumstauje that your com municatoin as it appears to mis erroneous conclusion based there on that are so perjudiciul to this government that 1 cannot permit them to pass unchalleng ed Moreover the importance menacing character of this proposition make it appro priate for me to discuss somewhat fully the question by fe We do not the right of fho presi dent of the United States to interfere in our domestic Such right could be con ferred upon him by the act of this government and by that or It could be acquired by I understandto be the Amer ican doctrine conspicuously announced from time to time by the authorities of your gov President Jackson said in his mes to congress in ISifti The uniform policy and practice of the United States is to avoid all interference in disputes relate to the internal government of other nations and eventually to recognize the authority of the prevailing party without reference to the merits of the original This principle of international law hat been consistently recognized durinv the whole past intercourse of the twa countries and was re cently recontirmed in the instructions given by Secretary Jresham to Commissioner on March and by the latter published in the newspapers in Honolulu in a letter of hb own to the Hawaiian The words of these which I refer are as follows the United States claim no to interfere in the political or domestic affairs in the internal conflicts of the Hawaiian islands other than as herein stated refcrrim to the protection of American citi zens i or for the purpose of maintaining any treaty or other ri hts which they Tlie treaties between the two countries con fer 110 ritiht of Upon what does the president of the United States base his right of interference Your communication is without information upon this excepting such as may be contained in the following brief and vague She the exqueen was advised and assured by her in nisters and leaders of the movement for the overthrow of her government that if she surrentiercd her case would afterwards be Piirly considered by president of the United The queen linaliy yielded to the armed forces of tho United quartered in on the good faith and honor of the i resident when informed of what hail occurred to undo the action of the minister and reinstate her in the authority which slie claimed as tho coustifitional sov ereign ot Hawaiian it be comes my further duty to advise tho executive of the provisional and your ministers uf the presidents determina tion of the question why our action and that of the queen devolved tipou and that you are cxiccted to promply relinquish to her con stitutional 1 understand hat the first quotation is re ferred to in the following words of the second Why our action and that of the de voived upon him the prsident of the United and that the president has arrived at his couciusions from commissioner mounts We have had yet no opportunity of examining this but from extracts published in nd for reasons set forth we not dUposcJ to sub mit the fate of Hawaii to its state ments and As v matter of fact no member of tho executive of tho pro visional governmenthas conferred with tho either verbally or otherwise from the time the new government was proclaimed till with tho exception of one or two notices which were sent to her by in regard to tier removal from and to the guards which the government lirst allowed her and perhaps others of a like 1 infer thata conversation which Da a member of the advisory is re ported by Biount to have had with the exqueen on January and which has been quoted In the is the basis of this astonishing claim of the president of tho United states of his authority to adjudicate upon our right as a government to on the occasion was al lowed to accompany the cabinet of the former government which had been in with What Damon said to the ex queen he said on his iuuividual authority and did not report It to Biounts report of his remarks on that occasion furnishes this government its flrst intimation of the nature of these remarks Admitting for arguments that the gov erment had authorized such assurances what washer casethat was afterwards to be fairly considered by the president of the toiao ifcparithent The whole business of the covernment with the president of the United States is sot in tho correspondence between the two ov and the acts and statements of the minister of this government at Wash n ton and the annexation comiais loners aocreJ ted to If we have submitted our ri to exist to the United tne fact will apnear in that correspondence and the acts of our min isters and Such agreement must be shown as the foundation of the right of government to fur an arbi trator can be Created only by the act of the act of the two p irties The sent lior attorney to Washing ton to tier ela m for in power or f lilin in th tor a money allowance or This utiorney was sa e on tins governmint dispatch bout which wascut to San lraneiseo with t lie annex i tion coiiiiuisioners and thiir the departure uf tins vos el was less than two days after the new govei ilecl tred and the refusal was m ido promptly upon veiving the request either i the d the coveruwnt was or on the next If an inten tion to submit of the reinstatement of ex queen had existed whv should her attorney have been refused on this The exqueens otter to dated January er overn j lueut was no allusion to her and the gOT Oltne unttea flaxes lor nis Tho liih the provisional government is far from bein a power and could not long resist the forces of the United States in a hotie we deem our posi tion to Lc impregnable under under principles of diplomatic in the form of We have done your overnment no no charge of discourtesy is or can be brought us Our ony i sue with yourpeople been be cause we its institutions of civil lib erty we desired tohave them extend to our own vj tnuted an i 1 ecause we honor and deeming that itbeneti cent presence would be for the est interests of all our people we have stood to add to your country a new star to its to consummate a union which believed would be as muh for the benefit of your country as If this is pie uilty to I am instructed to injorm Mr that tiie provisional government of the Ha waiian islands risjid tfully and declines to entertu 11 the troposition of the preident of the Unitee States that it should surrender H authority to the This is made not only upon the grounds hereintofore set but upon our sense of and loyalty to the brave men whose commissions who have faith fully stood bv uin tin hourof trial and whose will is the earthly authority we recog We cannot betray the sacred trust they have placed in uur a trust which is the cause of Christian civilization in the interest of the whole people of SAXFoiti 11 Miiiisur of THK MINIS tKii AND THK QUK The lisratch from Willis of which was held by the president until an account of an between Willis ml Uie qneeif Xo Tiie uoen wis in forintd of resi ient Clcvtlunds inteni JEKRY SiatPSOX FOB FREE The tions toward her and was asked if she would grant amnesty to those en gaged in the She replied negatively and said she believed them worthy of beingbeheaded but finally signified willingness to consent to their exile and the confiscation of their Liliuokalani wrs of fered protection on a warshi or at the American declined Itixcept the DoleWillis correspond ence the correspondence sent to con gress today consists dispatches from Minister Willis wliich for the most part are reports of events in Honolulu of which ttie public has al ready been fully informed press news the QUIET ON THE to understanding between eminent for Dole here quotes the ex which has been hcreto He then proceeds had existed at that between her iud t ie trovernmjnt to sub tho question of her to the ted some reference to some such wouid naturally have anpeared n this as nood reason woulC have exist ed for calliu the of the to that and especially as she then knew that trr attorney would be seriously delayed In Washington But there is not a word frum wnich such an can le pre Tlie government seat its coiuniis to Washington lor the sole purpo e of ilia courlrmation of the nilion Stevens of Die new i tci into negotiations for political the United Tue protest of tne exqueen on 17 is equally with tho letter devoid of evidence of any mutual understanding for a of her claim to to tho Lniicd It is very evidently a protest against the alleged action Minister Stevens as well as the new government and contains a notice of her appoal to tho United States The document was received exactly as it would hav been received if it had come by mail The indorsement of its receipt upon the piper was made at he request of the indiuidual who brought as of its safe delivery As to the exqueens notice of her appeal to the United it was a nvittr of indifference to h an appeal could not have prevented as muii was in operation as Tiint such a ami our receipt of it withI out should be afoundation fora claim ih it we ted our ri ht to ex ist as government ito tinUnited States had never occurred io us until suggested to us by our i The protest of the already is here and then I You may not be mark but such is the i Unit at no lime imtll the presentation of the chum of the president of the United States of i his riht tointeifen in tiie internal affairs o j this by you on December has this government been officially informed by the United Suites government that uny such course was contemplated And not uulil the publication of Mr Gresbiun a letter to the Tt president of the United States on the Ha developed at Honolulu up to January waiian question had we any reliable iutimition Since the departure of the of such a policy The adherents of tho ex queen claimed from time to time that such was the but we have never been able to attach serious importance to their feeling sure of our preseent diplomatic represent Hives in your country and tin friendship and fairness of a government wnose dealings with us have ever shown full recognition of our independ ence as a so verelan without any tend ency to take advantage of the disparity of strength between tho two countries If your contention that President Cleveland believes that this government and the ex queen have submit tod their respective claims to the sovereignty of thicountry to the ad judication of the States is mny I and where has the presi dent held this court of arbitration This uov ernment has had no notice of the sitting of such a tribunal and no opportunity of presenting its If mounts Investigations wero part of the proceeding of such a this government did not know it and was never in formed of it as I have mentioned never knew until the publication of Secretary Greshams letter to President Cleveland weeks a o that the American executive had a policy of interference under contemplation Even if we had that Hlount was authoratively acting us a commissioner lotako evidence upon the question of the restoration of tho exqueen the methods adopted bv him in I un suitable to such an examination or any exami nation upon human interests to be adjudicated As I am reliably ho selected his witnesses ami examined them in secret requentty u leading Diving no opportunity for a cros and often not permitting such explanations by witnesses tlwnnselves as they desire to make evidence which he drawn ircm i s necessary for me a ex amination ume itnesss would be almost helpless in haiids or an astute lawyer and be drawn into thin s wonhi would Change in tho Situation January League SAX long declared City of Peking arrived this As soon as she was sighted excitement was revived in the city and everythingwas astir on the Cor When the Pekinjr arrived it was an nounced that nothingstartling had the provisional government had de cided that it was better to publish tne reply of the Hawaiian government The steamer Australia arrived here at 1 oclock this afternoon bringing Hawaiian advices one day later than the These were that little had transpired Minister Thurston was closeted with President Dole for several hours before the Australia left and barely caught that MEXICOS Leader of the House Populist Forces Talks on the TarlfE the tariff debate yesterday Simpson of Kansas said that while he intended to vote for the Wilson there were many provisions in it which he did not approve oi He was not one of those who ever believed the Demo cratic brought to the would carry out its for while there were honest DenooN the action of the Democratic like that of the was controlled by the The Peoples said standsSH on a platform as he preted to the principle of trade What I say here today in the5 discussion of the bill shall be frpm the standpoint of a free He believed the cause of evil times could be easily discovered if men would divest themselves f party It had not cdmu stuiienlyi but had been the result of causes which began far in the past would have come longago had it nofc been for the wonderful resources of the country and the wisdom and dustry of the The intolerable burden put upon the farmer classes r through the indirect system of tax alion had been one of the potent causes which had produced the pres ent The farmers of the in owned 60 per cent of the wealth 33 per cent in 1SGO 40 per cent in and 30 per cent It was at this juncture created great applause and amuse nient by treatingthe house to the ob ject lesson of his dilapidated over He proposed to show the house exactly what the poor people the country did Reaching down under his desk he seized a tattered1 old fringed at the edge and bespangled with He held it on while the house and the gal leries 1 bought that of a said who told me he had left home at 12 oclock at niffht and driven twenty five miles to sell his produce in your boasted home Cleveland is an object There is a sample of what men wear under the benefi cent system of he con It is made of shoddy and Here he ripped it up he I can find its duplicate on ihe backs of a million men in this Where did he buy it asked representative of He bought it a year ago in this city for S3 and I bought him another shoddy coat to take its place for SI Is it American or imported asked I dont replied Simp I dont but it is the pro duct of American No one can deny Laughter and Simpson concluded with an appeal to the people to ring out the old and ring in the new order of Many members tendered him their personal congratulations when he sat FAT JOB FOR Bulk uf Them AVerc Sent to tho United England CITV OF of Finance Limantour has made his report of the exports of Mexico during the last half of the fiscal year of 1893 and The report is of particular interest to the United States as shou ingthat out of a total of in exports worth were sent to the United Next to the United States comes England in the amount of exports vrhivh amounts to The value of precious ihetals exported Mexico duriny the six mouths was and of other mostly ajrri eultura including I I nly hs iji or even uied in full and ax in fills U71 this truih ijiiroiy Bottom BaoJc United Was it of her right to subvert the Hawaiian constitution and to proclaim anew one or was n her claim to bo restored to the sovereignty or was her claim against that United States for the alleged un warrantable acts of Minister or was It all these In the alternative Who can say Bat if it had been all of these or any of them it could not have been more clearly and finally decided by the president of the United States in favor of the provisional government than he recognized it without qualification or received its representatives and successfully sent two envoys and ministers plenipotentiary to the ex queen in tho meantime being representad in huurant hall ru e ill i manner could result fill statement of tin i the destinies of friindy admit by til vay that tho riht of arbitration m iy not be disposed of upon an un1 secret witli out the Unowled col such ninvnt or an opportunity to be or even to know who the ere My position is this If the forces illojally thi in the of tho iional that Loveryuurit s not for their wroti1doiiij it was purely matter or iiisciplino beween the UaHol States utnl in There FREEUORN i f i MAY SERVE Jnjuuctioii Case Set for rebruary consent of Knircnc Mary Lcabcs the supreme court this morning without a formal hearing of the defendants the temporary injunction re straining irceborn from acting ns a nieniVcr of tho board of did on the uncler liuit the cae sliould be set for u hearing on its merits early iiiid the court set it for Febru ary when it is that both sides will bo ready and will ask for no further OI ceutly aiscovered i of It marktibliproperties inany oi ofa be it is porfectlv iis Jt ervu be redi pulp and into 1 waterproof boar it is adapted to hat it will also b ana I to lire and shingles for The discoverer believes that and used in the manu national law fcr tiio that Euch action of the troops has connferrcd upon the Unitid fctates authority over tho o this government ShoiK it bo true as you have that the American made itself o the it is lost lietiiiviie such that is no cittr for me lo to submit if such be the il is a matter for the American her to settle This sovereign equal in authority with the Un ted states foveinnient and enjoying liiplornatio relations with cannot be destroyed iiy it tor the sake of iischan its oblijat to the cxqueeu these in behalf of my I respectfully protest against the usurpation of authority as by the of your cozumuii President Dole then gave an account of the events in Kalakauas reign which led to the revolution andcon stitution of and detailed the actions of Liliuokalani in her attempt to override the constitution and vest herself with absolute and pro ceeded with his argument as follows No man can correctly say that the queen owed her downfall to the interference of American The revolution was car ried through by the now largely of the same public sentiment which forced tho monarchy to its knees in which suppressed the insurrection of and which for twenty years has been laboring for representative government in this If the American forces had been absent the revolution would have taken for sufflciint causes for it had nothing to do with their presence L in friendship for the government of the United States which you and de siring to cherish the pood will of the great t American submit the answers of my I governmentVyottr proposition and ask that watchman heard the cry nin tmjmmlt tn tfea don t murder name oi re and facture of carpets and KILLED CARTED Louis Lottery Winner Undoubt edly Murdered for His Just before dawn this morning1 a police man found a broad trail of clotted blood on Morgan street leading to a vacant where was found the bul let pierced hat of Michael a recent lottery with blood and hair upon Wheel tracks indicated that a body had been thrown into a wagon and carted The blood has been an alyzed and is before tne discovery a Just night Oh Offered i Situation Worth Carlisle has had a definite offer from a syndicate of Ohio capitalists to be come the general counsel and solicitor general of a corporation which is to establish a chain of tional loan associations all over the with headquarters in Washn inetou and the Ohio National this as the The offer made some days and the salary of per annum was with time until given him to consider the It is not yet known whether he will accept Oniocrs of the North and Sooth direct ors of the Gulf and Kail1 road known as the Nortb and South last evening elected the following officers Presi of vioe of Brook Fred Close of Toneka Albert Griffin of Manhattan general Allen of Topeka Car of Ives defeated Slosson last night by a score of 600 to THE Rece jar a 2 liar1 Me C ra 4 re J 6 City of wheat for today were year ago 107 Prices t tho close a3 follows Nqi 51 vc Ka 3 hard hard MJ 5It red 52c 501 in fair demand at unchanged tho was weak and exj port bids were lo Receipts of corn cars a year 5C 2 mixexj sold at 30c Kansas Na 3 Na 21 j 2 Slc33itfc 3Jc white and mixed sold at f Shippers bid river for i ilissLiSlppJ KANSAS 51 shipped Tho market was dull choice steerj others weak to lowen lower feeders slow bulls and calves Dressca biel and ahippin 43 cows and Texas andJtai dlan stockers and J3 a 40 HogsHecefpts shipped 1 The market was light and 5gU5c generally lOc top was and bulk of sales 5 10 to agalnat top and bulk to 30 744 no Tho market was active and steady for sheep and Wt Wt 1 strong Tor lamba Sc9 tattveaaes   

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