The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, November 03, 1899, Page 2, Image 2

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Nitive Chiefs Have Drawn Up a Treaty and
are Negotiating
Want the United States to EstatI sh Garrisons of Trcops In
the Islands-Reports From Afuinaldo's Prisoners.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 Mall advices
to the war department Indicate Import
ant negotiations In the Mohammedan
section of the archipelago, outside of
the much diacusaed territory of Sutu.
Through the efforts of Mr. K. EnB'lsk
John. a gentleman of Norwegian birth
who enjoys ths confidence of the Tagalo
chirfs In Mindanao, overtures of peace
have been made to General Otis at
Mlnanao is almost equal In area to
. Luion, being one of the two great Isl
ands of the Philippines. The Moham
medans there number 150,090 and Spain
has maintained little more than nomi
nal sovereignty. Thirty at these chiefs
hld a conference with Mr. Engelsk-
jchr. at Zamboanga and drew up a
frm of treaty proposing terms of
peace. They have suffered greatly
from the lniiJs of the Moros and offer
to s' the authority of the United
Stat.? on th; sole condition that suffl-
dent American garrisons be established
In the Island to protect them.
Those proposals were submitted to
Central Otis on the arrival of Mr. En
gelskjohn, hut what action has been
takt n is not yet known.
An escaped Spanish prisoner from the
AFFAIRS IN PONCE. I Johnson from St. Michaels to Cape
! Nome, where he settkd numerous dls-
Preparations Completed for Taking' Pus- He also held court at Unga, Ka
Census of Island This Month. i dlak anJ Yakutat. The McCulloch re-
' ports a very stormy passage.
Correspondence of the Associated Press, j
PONCE. Puerto Rico, Oct. 25. Census '
officials have been appointed for all ,'
districts of Puerto Rico and the first
enumeration will be taken between No
vember 10 and December 29. Already
the various offioers are busily engaged
In the preliminary work and thy ar
niakinp every effort and taking every
precaution to avoid errors and get com
plete and accurite data.
The Puerto Rlcan Benevolent Society
of -Ponce deserves much credit for the
veiy eflitint wort It has ben doing In
relieving the misery and distress among
the poor of this city, especially among
the poor and sick women and children.
The society is made up of the leading
ladies of Ponce, and has over 10o mem
bers, only eight of whom are Americans.
The ladies work systematically and per
sonally vHt the poor and help them.
This is quite a departure from the
ancient custom here. The elety is go
ing to hold a bazaar in the remodeled
La Perla theater In December for the
purpose of raising funds to establish an
slms house. In order to take the nu- !
merous beggars off the streets of Ponce. .
There is no such 'nstltutlon here. When ' th"ush il wa8 wlth thls reservation
the alms hous- is Institute a large tha: the "'"lstandings were merely
number of the indigent can thus be tak-
en care of for a comparatively small
sum. Now the crippled and infirm are
seen on the tr-e;a ind are supported
by the pennies givn to them each day.
The sociM'y is ren ling to the United
States hundreds of letters to prominent
manufacturers and merchants, asking
for contrlbutl ins of goods to be sold at
the bazaar. It Is K.ped there will be a j
generous response, for the contributions I
will serve the double purpose of help-
ing a worthy cause and of Introducing
Amerlcan merchandise Into what i.J
sum to be a new market.
San Francisco Announces the Arrlvel of
the McCulloih, Right From Alaska, j
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2 The Mc- j
Culloch, Admiral Dew-ey's dispatch j
boat, now a revenue cutter, has arrived ,
from Alaska, where she conveyed Sen-j
ator Fairbanks, chairman of the Alas-
kan boundary commission; Senator Foe-
ter of Washington and Governor Brady
of Alaska. Th' tter also took Judge
With General Otis.
, insurgent lines north of Manila has ar
rived at Ang--ls. He confirms the re
ports that the insurants are running
hort of Miust ammunition and are
unable to refill rartridges of this class.
He says, however, that they are well
supplied with Remington ammunition,
which they manufacture themselves.
They alss manufacture dynamite and
powder from petrjleum and salt, which
is shipped to them from Manila and
taken into ".heir lines at night.
Of the 14 Amerlcin prisoners held by
the Insurgents at Tarlac, the rebels
claim that four have accepted commis
sions In the insorgent army. Two
Scotchmen, named McKlnley and Mac
intosh, have escaped from the rebels.
They say that the insurgent claim to
have 250 American prisoners scattered
through various towns, but they know
of no one, personally, excepting Lieu
tenant Oilmore and his fourteen sailors.
The Insurgents say, however, that they
have two American officers In confine
ment besides Lieutenant Gilmore.
Colonel Smith, at Angeles, has sent
to General Mac Arthur a placard In
Spanish, which was found nailed to a
tree out.slJ.-s the lines. It was an ap
peal to the col red troops to Join the
Insurgents in the fight for frwdom and
referred 'to "your brothers Sam Hose
and Gray, whfe blood calls aloud for
The .Wgotiaibns Are Proceeding Rap-
WASHINGTON, N,,v. 2. The negotl
ati'ins for the partition of the Samoan
islaM.s are proceeding rapidly, and of
ficials here would not be surprised If
the final agr-in-nt were reached in the
re-ar future. The chances seem good
fcr an agreement that two powers dl
vHe the islands, thus giving a dual gov-
ernp.ent In place of the present un-
wieldly tripartite arrangement.
It seems t lie generally accepted by
the negotialors that the United State
would be on i f the two powers to be
represented, and that the Island of Tu-
tuilla, on which the harbor Is located,
would naturally fall to the lot of the
l'n,,'fd U 8UKd OnaX
Britain cede the Gilbert and Solomon
islands to Germany, the latter retiring
from Samoa.
The foregoing general outline was glv
e" tc(lay ln garters " Informed on
,he gsneral llr " the neK'Jtlatlon, al.
f"rm'"ive and still open to material
' 'lan--
Washing-tun Society Expects the Dew
ey-Ha.en Wedding to lie a
fiiilltant Affair.
NKW YORK, Nov. 2 A special to
th JljU1.nal an(, A(Jv(.m
I1(t,Jn ta-s-
ser from Wash-
-rh ,.,,,
Inc 'aeduing of Admiral Dewey and
,,. ,
alls, ilazen, sK-iety Kays, will be per-
f,.,i , , , .,, ,
fum ed either by ArchbUhop Keane or
'-aidinal Oibbons. Some wiy the wed-
i ding will I a brilliant private affair,
I others that It will be a brilliant church
So,ne tf 'IrH- "azen'B friends Bay that
I" all probability Mrs. Hazen would
prefer to be married at the residence of
her mother, Mrs. Washington McLean,
and that the officiating clergyman will
be Archbishop Keane, formerly rector
of the Catholic university. Mrs, Hazen
was received into the Catholic church
by Archbishop Keane about six years
ago. Sha was raised a Presbyterian,
but was attending St. John's Episcopal
church at the time of her conversion,
. The gvmi-al Impression la that
whether by virtue of a dispen
sation from the pope- the wed
ding ceremony be performed In a
chuivh or whether It Is performwl at a
private reldence, lh affair will le as
brilliant as tho high posftlon of the a.l
mlml and the social prestige and wvHh
of Mrs. llasen lead svMy to expect.
Growers of Long Island Sound to (n
solldute Their Intervals.
NKW YORK. Nov. 2. The oystermen
of Long Island sound are utd to be pre
parihg to consolidate their Interests.
Such an attempt was made last spring,
but the movement proved unsuccessful
because many of the 22 dealers who had
combined beoam afraid of being un -
il..m.ilil hv nJlier nuMiiht'ra of the union
and began cutting prices. The present
movement Is said to desU with Intervsts
capitalized as high as $20,000,000. Such
a comblna'lon will save about $1,000,000
a year. It Is sU 1, and wltl protect h
seed men from the present downward I
drr of prices.
Ten years ago the ruling price for
oysters of the Irsat quality was 70 cents j
to $1 a bushel. Export oysters were In j
demand at $5 to $6 a barrel. Now the
prices paid for marketable oysters Is
only 30 to 5" cent a bushel and $S a j
barrel Is the top notch for those whipped
to Europe. One reesn which Is given
for this decline Is that the middle men
are making the money. The middle men
buy the seed which develops from oys-1
ter spawn deposited on the submerg-M 1
lands of the seed men along the Ixmg
Island sound shores, and taking It to
the Narraganse-tt bay, New York and
New Jersey, they replant the seed after
the oysters have matured. They sell
their product to the scow men, as they
are called In New York city. The scow
men sell to the consumer.
I'jstialiies of Our Two Wars
The Number of filled and Kounilcd
Soldiers L'p to July I of
This Year.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. A recapltu
laJior. of the casualties In actions and
deaths In the regMlar and
armies between May 1, 1S9S, and June
30, 1S99, contained in the annual report
of the adjutant general of the army,
shows a grand totaj of 10.076.
The casual'y lit alone aggregates
3,454, of whom Co officers and 45S enlist
ed men were klll-?d and 197 officers and
2.7G4 enlisted men were wounded. The
death list, numbering 6,619. was made
up of 221 officers and 6,395 enlisted men.
Of the total, but 38 officers and 45S en
listed men were killed, the remainder of
the deaths resulting from various
causes, including the following:
Wounds, 10 officers and 192 enlisted
men; disease, 167 officers and 5.344 en
listed men; accident, 6 officers and 209
enlisted men; downing, 3 officers and
8H men; suicide, 2 officers and 52 men,'
and murders and homicide, 52 enlisted !
In the regular army the total casu-J
allies In action andideaths amounted toi
4,155 and in the volunteer establishment!
to 5,921. In the casualty list, the regu-
lars had 127 officers and 1,656 enlisted
men killed and wounded, and the vol-!
unteers 103 officers and 1,366 enlisted j
men killed and wounded. In the reg- j
ular army, between April 30, 1898, and j
June 30, 1S?9, 91 enllHLed men were dl-
charged by sentence of general court
martial and 2,946 enlisted men diverted. I
Three officers of the regular army j
who were killed also held commissions I
in the volunteer forces, In which theyj
are Included ln the abeve recapitula
Chaplain of Irish Fusileers in Hands of
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. A dispatch to
the Tribune from London says:
Among the officers of the Gloucesters
and Irish fusileers, alive or dead, ln
Boer hands, considerable Interest Is
evinced by Roman Catholics
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableta. ;
All druggists refund the money If It j
falls to cure. B. W. Grove'g signature
fute of Father Matthews, chaplain of
the latter regimen!. l4oml Curloton
la the youngest ivginioulal commander
In ft he service, being only 42. He had
wen no fighting IWw.
There Is a touch of html luck In the
ce of Mclklejohu, se ilor subaltern of
the Gordon Highlander, a son of Pro
fessor Melklejohn of (he Slramlivn uni
versity, He hnd Ixvn fighting on the
Indian frontier with the Hint battalion
for the Inst live years, and was one of
th heroes of PiirgiU. whore he was
vounded twice. Exchanging Into the
Second battalion, he went to Natal, to
lose his light arm at Klund's lauigto.
As he Is left- handed. It Is hoped by
his friends that he may remain on the
active list.
' Lai gvst Concern in the Country Going j
j Into One Org.iutiutlon. j
( I
i HUSTON, Nov. 2. At a meeting of
I representatives of the majortly of the
I largest concerns In the webbing Indus
try In America, the work of the prelim
inary oigunlriUton of a national com
blimtlon was perfeoted.
The combination Is raprtullied at $12.-
00o,0u0. L., Hlgglnson & Co. are th
financiers of the deal. The companies
I take alt of the stock then-selves. Op
tions have been secured upon 20 of the
most Important plants in the country.
! among them being the American mills,
j the Revere Rubber Company, the East
j Hampton Rubber Thread Ciwpnny, the
l Thomas Martin & Hrvw Co. and th
I Nashawannock Manufacturing Com-
j pany, Gwrge f. Cotltton Company, the
New Haven Web Company, the Hub
Gore Makers, the Glendale Company,
the Connecticut Web Company, the
Nanagansett Webb Company and the
Ansonla Elaslc Company.
In the olili n dsv men
were phviiiilly. at lrH,
woithv ol' Ihr almiiiiioti of
wemen It in a tT'eat big
MiimthiPK for woman
to ("eel that tier tin- hand
ul coinage to de-
fi nd lu r lltroiuh
all the vicissi
tude of life. there
ii not much to ud-
tniu- alMiut the
iver.iitc ni n
Iroin a ptivMcal
; standpoint. He maybe moral and a men
! tal giant, but lite fleh of ill health iswrult,
I and he is probably a phy-ocal coward. It is
not in nature for a irkly man to tie brave
man. His spirit mar or willing but his
: body is weak. That it the man's own fault
Aajr man can be health? who will pay a lit
, tie common sense attention to hia health
when he has it, and when he gets a little
out of sorts, take the right remedy Many
of the diM-ae that afflict mankind arr
: traceable directly to indigestion, torpidity
of the liver and impurities in the blood.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diwoverjr is
the greatest mrdicine for disorders of this
nature. It Ktrtngthrns a weak stomach,
corrects all disorder f the digestion, fcives
cage lo me appciur, invigorate mc iiyci,
purifies and enriches the blood and tones
up and invigorates the ncrvrs. It aearches
out disease germs, kills them and carries
them out of the system. It is the great
blood maker, flenh builder and nerve-tonic
and restorative. It makes ttrong, healthy
men out of weak, sickly invalids. Medi
cine dealers sell it and no honest dealer will
urge a substitute upon you.
' I have hrrn tnking Dr, Pierce's CoMrn Med
ical llincoverv anil I'rltrti ' anil must y that
thrjr have wilrknt wonders in my case." write
Mr. L L- Pack. Illoi i;), of llinlon. Hummers
Co., W. Va. " I feci like a new person, in fact I
think I am well, hut will take one more bottle to
make sure the cure is permanent. I cannot
peak too hli(h!y of the 1 Discovery.' 1 can eat
anything now without misery in my stomach. I
have gamed some eight or ten pounds, weighing
aa heavy as I iiit1 three years ago.
' The medicine certainly worked like a charm
cm me, but when I first tx-nan to take it I
felt a Utile worse for a few days; had pains
through my ludy and hone, but all this left me
after taking the medicines four or five days."
arvn nnnnrwin inruvuiuwuvunrip
The Most
Annoying Thing
One encounters in the wearing of
glasses is the constant care neces
sary to keep the li'iices clean anil
cleat. The handkerchief is al
ways handy but not always ttle- 5
gant. We (five a fine leather ense s
and cltarnois lens clearer witli ?
each pair of glasses we sell
Northwest Optical Co.,
The Inhlia lllclg.,
Second unci Wnslilnuton Ht
ltooniH ao-ai-J3a3
X Portland Buyer
Mrs. DALTOX, who 1ms
years' of experience as a
. Buyer .
I'lf;"sQl to give persona
attention to all customer.
i Correspondence solicitei
3G3 Second St., Portland.
vf"'-'? li lllu' it""ltd pio.
JW-iivA Av ,t'ct"r It i a coin
J VVi'jT tl -t.'. nut for Iter to feel
I-J7ul I T 't
ir,3thj W' i iihvical "taint
IT m
7. V-,r,Vvvi VT?
The "Delsarie"
and "Regent"
Shoes for Women
Also "Queen Quality"
Shoes for Women
E. C. Goddard & Co,
On-gonimi ISuililiiig, Portland.
Rfloppned Heptwnber 13. For circular!
add rend.
Priui'iil, Portlaud Oregon
Telephone Keii 391.
He lays was always go light
and well baked.
Well there Is a knack In mak
ing It.
But don't forget the kind of
stove or range used makes a
difference. His mother used a
Star Estate Range
J. BCULLT. Agsat,
4U Bond Itreet
Styles 'j-V to
PS'-'' 11
One f ::j?.V any
Price fr;fj'm $5.00
$3.50 Shoe
0L 1 Wx
Wilson Improved Air Tight Heaters
...FOR COAL . . .
This lit'iitt'r is pspiviiilly
in! Ligitilo. I'ho hotly
Ivxlra Iteiivy slinkinj,' ami (lunipinjj
l''iro pot extra lieavv with lanro ash nit
lias a itiekcl urn, nickel
iiii ki'l nlatoil foot rails.
Tlitliot hlast draft is soi'on.strui'U'd that tho
fscapinj; gases are all consumed, which innken
a groat saving in lht constiinption of furl.
Price, $12.00 to .525.00.
All Varieties cf Wood Air Tights at
Sold and
ut the
Kx changed
Old Book Store
Hiatory, lliogriti.liv, Miclinlmil,
Iti'tori'in-', Pin-try. Mn.llonl,
Ijiw. lHlgluiu, Soluiititlo
All itunduril wurki.
StfCond-liiitul tolnxil btHika, luryc itix k
olii'aji. BisHiod-linnd niHKiiii. LI
lirariiM boqglit. Iirge Mock ol novel,
10.000 tllin.
2-':'.U Vmnliill St., Ih-1ow 8i"oihI. lfcsl '2.S.S3,
Tonsorial Parlors
301 Washington St., (;orner Fifth
Opfxmite Hotel lVrklui
Ladies Hair Dressing a Specialty
I.niliea onirnnre to bath
on Fifth utrwt.
Golambia Electric & Repair Go
SucceaHor to
Logging BnglnoN Unlit and Repaired
Heavy Forging Under Power Hammer a Specialty
Sole Manufacturers of the Unsurpassed
... M Harrison Secton" Propellor Wheel ... f
Contractors for Electric Lights and Tower Plants.
... 1 ne dsiTioncl Motel... i
Eiirii"au plan, .'nu: 1 1 p,ir iluv.
Aiiierleun plan, 11.00 in '2.00 pvr Uay.
In nil sizes
5 V IHTRI W-. w
I The Only Flrt-C1oH
adiiptetl for Soft Coal
is iiuulo of ptilislied
natno pinto
atnl two
Best and
Almi IU'altiii mid UoiTirln2 ut
Waftliiiixtmi Ix tsiii'ti.'itli mul Htli Strata.
rt'liTI.ANP, OUK.
John B. Coffey,
a i,tKit sr.
i "it. 1 11 1 it 1
Portland, Ore.
W. C. A. Pohl,
foun 'roiMii.
Undertaker, Umbalmer
and Funeral Director
Citakt't" Htiil rtiiicrHl Suiiillit ciinttiuit
y mi Imiul.
C'oroor lltli Btul lMiiiuo Hta, Aatorin, Or
llnllaltla f-r..n ol a mn-lianlral c.r Iniimlra ml nil
li-ilrlnaa trip 1., Hi. I ntl. Kipoalllun, wllaauwl
mttry ainlnnni'ipl.. I1..11I.I Krtla "
Tit l Alh.NT lUXOIUJ, llMltlmor. Md.
Kept in Stock
OSCAR ANDER80N, Mmiiir- i
J. V,. I'KNDKC.AST. nhliif nii.rk it
nnd stylos.
We hIuiII conlimio tti eul
Iron nnd Driutu jlnlstomlN
at the same Low Prlcci
reiirdlfiHs of the rniHO In
tho price of iron and brnss
- . wa - 2
Hotel In Portland s