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Uncle Sam As Mediator

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Day
13
Month
November
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Washington, Nov. 12. - Ab a result of negotiations now pending it is eonfldently bolieved that the United States will very soon be asked to mediato between Japau and China with a view to permanent peace sil a basis satisfactory to both countrios. [t can be stated posítively that the United States hus declined to join with European powers in any interven tion to forcé a settlemenfc, But while unwilling to act in any arbitrary manner, either iniividualiy or jointly with European nations, the represerfbatives of the hoatlle aations have boen given to onderstand that the good offices of tliis country will be gladly exeroiaod to secure peace in case ítich is fcheir expressed wish. Naturally Japan insiste that Clüna sliall take the Lnitiative in any negotiatioiis looking to a ivstnration o( puacn, imr, that she Ís enbirely willíng to accede to any roasonable propositiüD is uotdoubtod.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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