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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1898.
letters prow Iai?ila.
Manila, H.-.t. 21.
My Dcnr Folk. Htlll we await tlit)
ordori to atsit lor liotiis, tint It It stir-in
a II limy lire at fur away no erm, How
ever, tlittre are Mivt'ptl boy who did Ix
lotiK to our ri'glinuiit but now have tlutlr
illwlmro and will reach homo with thl
hitter. These are the boyi who have
been tick end hive had vory little
chance to got well uiiliw limy ere emit
berk. Among these ere Klllutt end the
major'a brother, who failed to leave a
Intended on the lent bout. They fo on
the Hlo da Janerlo with meny more who
re sick. I lupnote the report toll you
thai every one m Ixittxr, or well, but
these are false, Urn number that goe
to the honplUt liicioawa eyery day, Day
before ynairdy we writ throe men to
the "cheerful pUcn," making a totul o(
1 1 men from Co. I.
Kept. 211. It ha Un vrrl dayi
dure I itartnd thl letter, but at there
wa no wav to tend It thore wae no
hurry, beside I could have written vry
little new, but the lat two days have
been vcty exciting.
Yealnrday morning, after several dny
of "falxn alarm" the mull did com m mice
to coma In, with an assurance that a
larger lot would be here la-fore nlht.
After a long wait It begun to name all at
om-e. We received two separate lota
from Hong Kong and another by the
Arlxona, which arrived on the 27. Khe
brought our regiment tlio Urgent wall
yet received at one tune, giving to ua 1(1
tack. 8o everyone waa feeling excel
lent. Hut the regiment taken aa a whole
I badly worked up over the article In
tho New York Pun, which make uaout
an a pack of rtimans and a disgrace to
the United Slates. Of course we have
In our regiment a few terrors, but what
organisation of HX0 men would not be
bothered thl wayT We do not claim to
be a regiment of angel, but we do claim
to be a orderly a et ol men aa any
other regiment In the whole army. It
ta a fact that there were a few rowi but
they were torgotten by all, (excepting
the jealotn Pun reporter aa every one of
them woa only adruuken quarrel. From
tbe day that we enllaled, to the the pres
ent day, we have not had one serious
fight or disturbance caused by our men.
The very Idea of u Healing. and injuring
the nallvea. Why I everything worth
taking bud long disappeared ere we bad
Aiooonaawe left Cavite the troop
that took our place rommenced to raise
disturbances and have tiouhlo until It
ended in the killing of one or two soldier
and neverel nallvea, beside calling all
thecompanlea to anna. Thl happened
about three (In) I after our departure,
Thia one thing ahowi how we got
along whli the nativei. It tit our work
waa noticed by lien. Merritt, he sending I
the Orrgon regiment a very complliiien- j
tary meenage before he left. In It he j
aald "while veil have hud no fighting to
do you have, in guarding the tuppliea of
the company, performed a most delicate
and dangerous duty." Hesldes he com
plimented Clen. Anderson, who com
manded, on having such a regiment as
the Oregon regiment, lien. Anderson
himself says that with all Ins experience
as a soldier, he never taw a more watch
ful and faithful lot of sentries than those
commanded by Col. Hummers. This I
write, to proe to you what an out
rsgeous lie baa been circulated around
the world by tho Kun reporter, a man
who was cowardly enough to accept tbe
kind hospitality of Col. Rummers, who
treated turn as a friend and not as a
slanderer that he Is. No reason can be
attributed to him for writing such an
article except that he wis jealous of tbe
Col. 8ummers (so It Is reported) will
tike this to headquarters and, unless
something Is done immediately, he will
carry It to President McKinley. But
this la certain, if that reporter should
ever enter the grounds again he will
have good foundation for thinking that
this Is tough regiment, that Is if he
should ever live te tell the tale.
It has been so long slr.ee the last mail
that it makes this a very interesting one.
Of course all the letters have boon read
but it will take several diiys for us to
resd the papers.
He sure and get somo photographs of
Lieutenant Moore, who Is at home on a
sick leave. I saw him take quite a
numorand know they must be good.
Lieutenant Huntley and Captain
Pickens have been quite sick several
weeks now, although both are doing
much better. Captain Pickens has been
around soveral days and we expect to
see Lieutenant Huntley before long.
Three men have returned from the
hospltul, while all but one or two of
the rest are doing nicely. Corporal
Velreck, Hansen, and Wire are In bad
shape, while theirs iro not dangorous
cases It will be a long time belore they
will do duty again. Veirock Is troubled
with his eyes, while Wire is on bis back
with rheumatism ; neither soem to grow
From now on the bovs are likely to
stay in the hospital as long as they can
as Dr. Wood ana Miss Killam arrived
yesterday. About 11 o'clock this morn
ing we were around the guard house and
were agreeably surprised to hear tw
gnnulno American female voice , On
looking up we saw those two women In
nallveiab, ssklni for the Oregon head
quarter. Aa they entered the gale all
itood at "attention," while a few vowed
that they would aoon beaick to a to
be oent to the hospital, lioth ladie
apeared to be In flue health and were
In excelleht Rplrita. If the Kmergency
Corps could only know what good theae
two women will do they would be amply
repaid for winding them.
For the laat two weeks moat of the
boy have given up hope of going home
a aoon aexcted,Tut nearly everyone
la confident that we will have started
within aix month.
Now arrangement are, about com
pleted by a number of representative of
the Aaaoclnted 1'ress for a dally news
paper that will give the new when it Is
news. The ofllcers of the army and
navy have guaranteed $ I .'00 but I think
think thl unnecessary at there are about
15,000 men here and more coming, so
you see that this guarantee I a mutter
of form, at wo are so anxious lor news
that It would pay.
October 1 Three months ago today
we landed on these Islands. How many
mote we are to stuy no one knows, but
it is thought that If we get of!" with as
many mure we will I quite lucky,
Again mail Is expected although only
a "KX'o" (little). Thalia the time when
the camp goes wild with delight. As
soon as the mail is sighted everyone lets
out a yell that does uot cease for some
time. It It sad to see some of the fellows
who did all In their power to make the
din greater, after the distribution, when
tlioy found that none for them had come.
At Inspection this morning Col. Hum
mers told Sergeant Campbell that our
quarters were very neat but we must be
moved as the sewerage is so bad. We
have hoped for this as several of our
men's alckneaa was caused by this defect.
All of the boy, sick and well, are doing
as well as could be expected under the
Manila, P. I , Oct. 3, 'W.
Mr. Jennie M. Hullivan, Treasurer
Meade Corps Volunteer Auxiliary,
of Oregon City, Or.
Dear Madam : I have the honor to ac
knowledge reeipt of postollic money
order for the sum of forty dollars, (H1),
Manv thanka lor the same. We did not
need the money, as I hsvo on hand
nearly f 270, and beside we have anine-
thlugover (K) in saving from our ra
lion. We now get more food than we
can eat to we noil the aurplua and mnke
a fund of it for future una.
Thla money or fund, which hm been
forwarded ua by kind friend, is the
cause ol considerable annoyance to mo.
Some ol the men think I ought to dlali
It up to them and let them spend It hav
lug a good time. I have my own no
tions as to how it should bo handled
"and thereby hangs a tale." Those kind
of men think they are not getting what
is their share. Yet all the fresh bread,
fresh beef and vegetables they ate all
the while we were in Ban Francisco, was
bought with that money.
On the "Sydney," coming here, I had
to pay over 10 for meals for the sick.
In the company I have organized a hos
pital corps, The members are Sergeant
Hlilhnacher, Privates Norrls Gerrard,and
Poindexter. This is for the m m, who are
not ill enough to go the hospital, but
who need particular attention as to food,
etc. We have a large cheBt, (with a
lock), and In it, we keep the good things
such as beet tea in cans, soup, rice, eggs,
crackers, anything, In fact, that we can
And that Is good for sick men. One of
the four men goes on duty as nurse each
day, as there is never a day with no
sick. So you can see that thore is a lit
tle stream of good things going into the
chest and out again all tho time. If I
should let this money, which has been
Intrusted to me, be wasted, we would
soon be without these necessarlos, and
the Lord only knows whon we will get
out of this tun-baked, fever-burned blot,
which mars our fair earth.
By the way, speaking of Itea Norrls as
one of the nurses; I want to particularly
mention his name. He has tho largest
heart of anyone I know ; always looking
out to do tomethiug for a sick comrade,
and he does It like a profusHional. Be
sides lie Is a thorough soldier, doing li is
duty, and when things come, rough, he
takes his modiclne like the truo soldior
ho is. Poindextur also deserves mention
for care and kindness to the sick. With
two or three exceptions, I am proud of
all my boys. There are many, who will
receive mention Inter.
Kinct)ty tell all, who wish to, that they
can, with perfect srfety, send money to
thoir friends by poBt office ordor, and if
anyone wishes to sond money To their
relatives, thoy can do so direct In their
namo jiwt as sufuly as If thoy were in
It is vory unhealthy here.and we have
twelve to twenty sick in tho company
nearly all the timo. Six are now In
Division hospital, mostly Albany, Or
men. All, howevor.are getting well fast
and no one 1b dangerously 111 now .
I think I have given you all the Infor
mation (Kissible a per your request.. We
are all delighted to know that so many
at home think of us. All the boys unite
in saying that there Is no pluce like Ore
won and no iiuonle like Oregon people.
I also want to mention the lact, that
the alorv i.uiiliHhed In the New York
Hun derogatory te this regiment is a base
fabrication, without one word of truth,
and It a little piece of spite work on the
part of Mr. Davis tire Hun correspondent.
His talk about the discipline In the
IIKvy and among the regulars is simply
"rot." I think our regiment, very la-
vorubly compare with any In the 8th
Again thanking you all for your kind-
ni'ss. I remain,
Very respectfully and sincerely yours,
L. L. Pica-axs,
Cupt. Co. 1, 2nd Oregon U. H. Vols.
Ciiartri. u Kspaxa, Manila, P. I.
Headquarters Hoc.lU-g Oregon U.8.V.
September 2Jth, 'W.
Special Order. No. 158;
rmntimndirw olllcer of Companies A,
15. C. D. K. F. O, H I, K,L and M,
Second Iteglment, Oregon U. 8. Volun-
ter. will present to the commanding
officer for Inspection, on the 1st day of
OctoW.an account of all company funds,
specifically setting forth all moneys re
ceived and disbursed since date ol
Hy order of Col Summers,
K. P. Ckownk.
1st Lieut, and Adj., 2nd Keg. 0. V. 8. V.
Manila, October 4,
My Iear Mother and Father. Just
received your letters of 17, 31, 4, 10, 25,
and 31 of August, also two from His
iated 8'.h and 201b. You have no idea
how it cheers the boys to receive lettert
from homo. When they see the mall
wagon come through tbe gate they yell
like a band of Indians, and make a duah
for the postofllce.
Hudolph Oantenbeln has been re
turn to duty and is feeling One and the
rest of tbe boys look like a 1 10 bill (II
you will excuse the expression.)
Mrs. McFarlund, of Albany received a
letter from here stating that her son,
Kdwin was dead ; but to my notion he is
tbe liveliest corpse that I ever saw, as
he Is now getting ready for dress parade,
yesterday he was playing ball. It would be
best for all mothers and fathers to wait
for official news before they believe their
sons either tick or dead, at It will save
a great deal of worry.
We received an Oregoniun that had an
article in it copied from the New York
Sun, furnished by the correspondent of
s.iid paper, who accompanied us on the
trip and up to date has apparently been
ou most friendly terms, and to my
certain knowledge has been treated with
a great deal of hospitality by the very
men whom he has seen Dt to so
harshly and unjustly criticise. I am at
a loss to understand why he wrote such
an article, unless it wss prompted
through jealously, for as the records and
facts will show the Oregon regiment hat
been placed In the greatest positions of
trust and responsibility of any regiment
in this exdition, all of which, with but
few exceptions, they have filled with
honor and credit to the state and country
they represent, and for which they were
complimented personally, and by letter
by lien. Merrill, which I am willing to
have weighed against all the slander
written by a correspondent whose
knowledge of military affairs is at
limited as his sense of right and justice.
I hardly think the record of the 2nd
Oregon could have lcen as black as
painted, or Oen. Merritt would not have
selected our company from the regiment
as his body guard and the first and
second battalions to enter Manila nnder
Dewey's guns, and receive the arms of
the vanquisbed Spaniards, while the
third battalion was left to guard Cavite
navy yard from an expected attack of
I admit that we lock the qualifications
of an experienced soldier, but as to disci
pline, I can truthfully say that we have
always been willing, without exception,
to obey orders to the letter, which is the
most essential feature of a good soldier
and the only complaint I ever heard
made was that we were not allowed to
leave our comfortable quarters and go
in the muddy trenches and take our part
In the fight, but were informed by Gen.
kuoiL 1 W"-
...Crayon Portraits and Plioto Buttons...
jre Jtye Best....
Studio, Nintli and Main Sts., Oregon City, Oregon.
Anderson that before Manila was taken
we would have all the fighting we
WHiiU'd. As to the contemptible criti
cism of Col. Summers I wish to say that
I am very lorry that a correspondent of
a responsible paper would stoop so low
as to malignantly slander so worthy a
IT. 8. army officer. I believe In the
freedom of the press but I also believe
that the dignity of any U. 8, official
slioull be upheld by the punishment of
any man who so wilfully vents his spite
by misrepresentation. As to discipline,
no free American would wish to be under
any mora rigid than that enforced by
Col. Summers, and as I have been In
close contact with regulars, both on
board the ship and In garrison I bave
had an opportunity to judge what disci
pline In the regular army is, aa has also
former regular! who are now in this
regiment who will bear me out In saying
that he has enforced more strict disci
pline than any colonel where we have
This renowned "pencil pusher" whose
vemom is only surpassed by bis Igno
rance of what intelligent people would
accept for the truth, makes tbe state
ment that the Oregon and California
regiments looted the churches. Well!
just answer this question and then you
can form your own opinion as to the
veracity ol that statement. Do you
think that a man would want to loot one
of our churches if a lot of savages had
been all through them and left nothing
but the bare walls?
I will admit that some of the men did
over-step the bounds of propriety and
take a low small articles to send home as
relics, but I do not think the whole regi
ment shou'd be censured on account of a
I don't suppose you care to hear about
the petty trouble! of the regiment but I
do not think that a misstatement should
Give my love to all my friends and
tell them I am feeling fir.e.
Captain Pickeni sends the following to
Headquarters, First Diviiion, Kighth
Army Corps, Cavite Arsenal, P. I., Sep
tember 30, 1898
Colon i L 0. Simmers, Commanding
2nd Oregon Volunteer Infantry, Manila,
Sih: I have read with equal regret
and supriso the article in the New York
"Sun" reflecting on the Oregon and
California regiments of my command.
I well understand the indignation of
vonrrelf and associates, but my dear
comrade have yoa not yet learned to
make allowance for the exaggeration and
sensational tendencies of reporters?
All soldiers, regulars and volunteers,
have to pans through a period of disci
pline and instruction, and it is as unfair
to comment on all the irregularities of a
new regiment as it would be to publish
all the escapades of schoolboys.
All the matters referred to by the Sun
correspondent were investigated and dis
posed of, and nothing has been condoned
or passed over. What I particularly ad
mired in the California and Oregon regi
ments is that they have always taken
their medicine like men and have never
shown any spirit of insubordination or
lack of loyalty.
This has inspired me witb such confi
dence that 1 have on several occasions
selected them for the performance of
most important duties. Their services
on these occasions bave been such as to
show that my confidence baa not been
I may mention that Captain Cose,
Lieutenants Bryan, Povey and Moore
have been very helpful to roe, and on
the occasion mentioned, Captains Heath,
Presqott and Wells, and Lieut. Telfer,
and to these I should add Private Ray
Green. These men had the opportuni
ties, but I believe every officer and man
would have done his best if called on.
As to the Oregon officers being a super
lative set of politicians, I will say that as
a rule politicians are earnest patriots and
useful meu. They are the most faithful
men to their promises I know. Cwsar
was a political general, so was Cromwell.
It is tbe abuse and not the use of politics
we should condemn.
Tell your Oregon men not to mind
paper pillets. "Act well your part, there
ail the honor lies."
Thomas M. Anderson,
Major-General, U. S. Volunteers.
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sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, e.
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, whle
lead to Consumption and Insanity. $l4X
per box by mails 6 boxes for $5.00.
MOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, CIsralancL QLla.
For sale by 0. G. Huntle-
Protect yonr Maa; thay may bring yoa w.fi.
Write JOHN WKODEKbURN CO., Pateal law
aeva, Waahlngtcn, D. C, for their $1,410 prlie uttvt
and list of two hundred la-auons waced.