The Houston Daily Post (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1898

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Cotton
Factors
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Commission Mercbaat
Houtton Teixs.
Phone 400. Phone oo
SEWERING
PLUMBING
ELECTRIC WORK.
Houston Plumbing and Mfg Co.
713 Alain St. Mason Building.
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Rain cr snow roll wave: north wltifls.
"VVc&t Teinc and Ken Mexko snow; nortli-
cartoriy winds
(il.lahoaa and Indlar Territory (3now fol-
Tho United States weather bu-
reau at 2 o'clock Thursday nfter-
uooa lEiued the following special
nnroluE'
"Tbo temperaturnill probably
fall to'SS degrees at Gahcston and
27 degrees EO to 1W miles from Gal-
veston Frldaj."
This means freezing weather In
Galveston and tho coast country
will citca tho blizzard good and
bard.
louod by ckarliKV coller: liorthcrly wlnd3.
Cold Mattacr will lontlnuo through Satur-
day. .Storm Mbtuh'h Ordered Set.
Wat hlngton December 8 Storm northeast;
10;1J p. tn. Drownsillc Corpus Cbrlstl Gal
veston Port Cads New Orleans. Mobile l'en
sacoia. ."sorinenst ;aie mm
miuw much colder.
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TREATY IS FINISHED
All Ihc TcrmsHaYc Been Agreed Upon
by the Joint Commissioners.
ANOTHER SESSION NECESSARY
Either on 'Saturday or Monday the
Document Will Be Signed.
THE'SPANIARDS EXCEEDINGLY BITTER
Scnor Rios the "Spanish Chairman Has
Completely Collapsed. '
AMERICA AND EUROPEAN POWERSlLAMED
Clnlm In Set 1 11 Unit Spntu Sulimlttud
to llrutil'iiroo Cnro linos
Sot for. Snle. .
turnlnsr to
Moore.
Parte. Texas December S A light snow
fell this afternoon and It Is steadily btow-
ine colder
Wortliain. Texas DeccmbBr S. The cold
noathcr continues. A cold wind from tha
northeast is MoUntr accompanied with
Rloet and snow. All out-door work Is sur-
oonded and fanners bavo given up the
cotton tint is otlll In tho field
Caldwell Texas IXcember 6. The
weather very cold and disagreeable a cold
ruin falling which ts likely xo change
into snow o- slcct. Business Is fair.
ON DECEMBER 20 and 21
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The Son
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(SUNSET ROUTE) W.il sell tickets
POINTS im the cniiTHPACT ANI NRW ORLEANS.
PE.FARE FOR ROUND TRIP l&X.
Ci!t?.etu' e" th !lt Mte golf .nd "..V.'.f'fl? $31.10
Pfti'VoiteinaVewrnYni'vlallire '" 0?l
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BEjifTICiceTi LIMITED for return thirty dais from dateof salcwlin str-ocr
iv " point m Mex vowth nths m I. .
ly LINE RUNNING THROUGH SLEEPERS SAN ANTONIO
"fo.n.nr'.1 vrncAju wunuu. v-..o.w.
S59NS. E. N
mWfAKent.
1'arU. 'Dcctwbcr S. TUo UnltcJ States
and Sraatsa p:nco c)mml!s5om concluded
thvlr var tbJay abd llnMly settled tha
terms of tho treaty jot pexce. They 1U
mevi onco muro in formal sssslou to Stt-
unlay or .Monday nest hcu 'tlho Spanish
tj-nimlssioncra soirov fully nad tho Ameri-
cans wllli fcclhUBJ of lvllcf "Will rlto their
fclctiatui-cs on tho documint -ikli eni-
bcdJcs the 1-V3U1U of tlio wu- ami the ureri-
nr.itlon of witch Ijuk conbumeil cleea
wceUs n lormcr llmo th u iuo Mir Itself.
In tha uicantlino tho treaty will bo cu-
crweU -undeir tho BuperUsteii of the scc-
rotaries of the reaoactUe comiuiciuns.
TlioSprtuJirds-nre exceedingly blttci oer
tho insult thoufjli observing the forma of
friendliness and courtesy U the- end.
Seaor Itontiero Klos whoso strong ind
tUtirsUtent otiugglo o eavo for JiIh country
e u y poeeIWo asiet from tbo w reck o her
colonial cmnlro. haa OJaiuiandoJ tho ro-
E.ucci and aduilwUcn of ala ooponcnts
went from the council eliamber to his bed
In a -statici of oomplcto collapse- ns tno ro-
cult of tho lone etrain and his chagrin
over tho Bmall fruits of hio cftarcs.
Ihc Spaniards charts cqu.il blame uio:i
ttc Huiopean lwwcrj and the United Stat
fcr thc.T downfall Olio f tdo SpanisJi
commlsilonors aald this 'svenlnK: "Tho
Euioroatn Nations hn mitle a cte.it mis-
take .a deserting Sialu and leaving lur
to tho spoliation of Iho brute r.rco of a
contcicccelts-i giant. They all kaow that
In ihc l-tailipojioi America lia taken more
ttoa sho can ttlscst. Sio will ultimately
Bell tho ialind to EugHnd cr Germuiy
iitid whan tho trautfor is tititcmoted it wilt
BitoIpJtato a gencr.l European utr.fc.
no iharo rutuieu to sell nny B.and tu
the Cw-allnca. Wo never thonht of con-
slder.ns: n" offer. Nir iuvo wo oonbonted
to negiitJalo upon any iiucstious etcopt
thoso dlrootly linvolvcd in tliii un.'socol
hauoIi at WaihlnRtcn."
1'arte Ueoumber 8. Tho trcatj iaas neon
Unlshcd. Hio SpanlanU hlvo desllneil to
Slant most of the rcquteta of tho Un.tc'J
States which wero settled at the beginning
of tho sessJin. They refujo to ccJo a. -oal"
lnc station in tho Caroline isliauda lo tho
United Status. Judgo Jay sa.ld to-Oaj:
We havo ootilled too rjoimts en which we
cau asree. It only remains to cngWJ and
sten sin treaty. TJiac will bo dou2 hi iwo
or thrco days."
1ua asaibon of tho oomnitesioii cay
tha tTeaty will enCaln llctlo ouuio ihc
bcapo of tho wui Bwioccd uad the macuis
dluctly basfd thereupon Ilko the put-
v.iions for the evacuation of the ceded tiji-
iluoiy tic transfer of public proivertj
fheriiu and uarintee8 of tho eateiy of
lUo prupcrty aiJd rights f iho SpanUl
citla Ins rejiidinoiK thero
The details of the last questions coeroa
by tho statement which the Amti leans
handca to Senor Rios at tho lat iucci.uk
i worn considered today but nil tho coiu-
inlssloueis reruro to divulge tbo details of
tho tonforenco.
Several points upoa which they wera
u cable jo ugreo woro left otoa for diplo-
ma lo refio.lalicns.
The Spaniards refuse lo admit that theyi
had fallew lo respect tho former treaties
guaranteeing icugious free-o.m In ths
Caioline.Ulapds or that thero was u ncccs-
tl'iy for now guarantees.
Tho cotclusion of (ho work was accord-
ing to tho commlsrioaerH -marked by nil
outward evidences of good fptiing and relief
at tho fnot that tbo task was accomplished.
AVheu all tho Philippines had been iiu-
cuscd Jugo Day president of tho Amer-
ican commission remarked!: "There seems
uo.hlng more to do but to eugro33 and sua
tho treaty"
Sccor Montcro Itlos. president of tho
Spanish commission acquiesced to this and
the Americans bowed themselves out bcloro
tho Spaniards according to tbo custom-
" Madrid IJocomibcr 8. Tho Impartial to-
day says the Spanish govcrirmeat terday
decided to telegraph Scnor Montcro KIos
tho president of tbo Spanlbb eoratqlsu'on
irttructng him to again protest aga!nit
President McKlnley's refercmo to tbo
31110 in his recent messago to congress
PHILIPPINES TO BE SOLD
j
Administration Will Introduce a Measure Authorizing Such a
transaction When the Time Arrives.
(Special Dispatch to The 1'oiU)
Washington December 8. In a conversation yesterday between
President McKinley and a United States senator the correspondent
is informed on the authority o$)he senator that the president appar-
ently signified his approval of the policy of selling the Philippines
Moreover it developed during the conversation that at the proper
time a measure to this effect would be introduced in the senate.
This senator stated that Japan had already offered $200000000 for
the islands and though the authority for this statement was not
forthcoming the senator said that it was semi-official. He favored
if such a thing were necessary for the preservation of the " balance
of power" selling portions of the islands to Great Britain France
Germany and Spain and leaving to these nations the problem of
properly governing them.
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WHAT SHOW HAS THE CHINAMAN?
great Indtgnatlon nt the American com-
mission's rejection of Senor ltloh' icqueit
fcr a neutral Invc tlgMion toto tho causa
of tho loss of the Maine.
A Bcml-olTlcIal noto Just issued says:
"Spain ha been tieatcU by tho conqueror
w!th unexampled cruelty und la resigned to
her fato. But sho can not tolerate President
McKlflley'b nccuiatlon. for she is conscious
of her coraploto innocence.
"It Is. understood that tho government
hau decided lo end tbo Paris inferences on
tlio ground that the ullbeucslon of accou'Jary
questions is impossible."
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Oty Ticket Affent. sor Mln.
L. J. PARKS
Gen'l Pis ni TJcUtAjt.
LF
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RATES
To the Southeast
and to Mexico
VI A"
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" International Route"
Dec 20 to 31 Qood 30 Days.
WR
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Menger Agent
For partlcuUrf
Z.217 M1" street
CO.TI.Yi:.N'l'AI. lUIIIUIii:!.
Intuit Ku 1 -ivltli tin- TkhIj l- the
KiirnilcH if Feme.
aarlo December S.-iThe Jladrld rapew
aro dispoiod to rovho tho quotlon of the
Matoound excite public opinion ugulnst the
United States on account of tho leferenco
m'ido to mtls subJOdt In Prc'aldont McK n-
loy's mesjage to congress. Thoy report that
Senor 'Jlontcro Hies president of tho Span-
ish commission nude an i.n. Jloied du-
nuncioJon of loUdeat QloIC.uJey at th
last Joint -mooting of tho ionmls:lons. Itut
these ropa.-ita aro iiraotioally without fouu-
duiAon. Senor Klaa did refer to thy Mai-no
but In only one calmly ivordod seu'.cnie
expressing TcgiH tha the prealdnut bad
tpoken as Spaniards thought unjustly of
tnejn The syaalirdJ Jiaa airojjy prypesed
at thla eonfpronco no Jhavo the rcsponsrblllty
of the. Malno icported upon by n joint com-
mtsmon of tue European nowcrK Ths
Contluulnt' tho Iroparclal ncya thero is American commlssloaoia feftoul to listen
' I to this and pernjlttea Scaor llloa' reference
to tho prtsldejit'H niereugo (o pis unchal-
lenged as f. dIscusii.on -would have pro-
voked dchito and bad faloo.1
Uiplcraatlo t-!rclc3 la. PirU predict as
one of tho results of tho treaty a diplo'
wiUo conttcti bobveen Funeo and tbo
United States which may irivo an Import-
ant place in hl&tory. Tho Krcneh govern-
ment Is rfipoKed to bvo resolved to tiko
up ths aso of the French holderu of Cubin
bonds and It Js believed Krunco vrill de-
clare that the repudiation of the bond? It
tie ijoiult of ih treaty which 4be -yle(?rIous
Biitico impoeedi upon Spain. They arsuo
tba-t through the treaty responuJb.lUy hut
bjco Bhtfted upon cianerjca and tbtra'oro
the 'Froiteh goiornmont wU endeavor o
exact Borne pledge for tho payment or guar-
antee of tho bonds.
WAH OltOOlvlSME.
Hnuiliir Vi-hI'h IIpoIuI(11l l)e-
niunillni; liionii(loii.
AVoshlngton Ueeerober S. Senatoi
Vet todir iresont4d In the sonata
a resolution or tho aopotntnvent of
n comimlsflioi) to Invctlrsue tho
ctorgea of corruotloa In tho war
department. TJie woamblo of tho
resolution recites that charges Jiavo
betn iniido la tho public press over
tho signatures of rcensiuiblu parlies
thit iinpropsr nnd coirupt jncaus
navu lepn u?ed to beaurs contrac'a
from Iho Kor.crnment for tlio pur-
ehijo of v tsscls for tha -nnyy and
fo? tlio fiirntshlnu of olotlilrvs and
other necessary artlclM for tho (
army of tho United States durltiK
the war with Spain at excessive and
exorbitant rate?.
Tho rwoIutlon call for tho up-
jiunlni'iql of three tenatorn and flyo
roenibe;!i of too house and Imuous
xipou them the dity of "inquiring as
to Uio triltli of nil ach chaigo and
mako report by bill or othti-wtsp.''
Tbo bonawrs nro to ho arpoluted by
tho prvldcnt of the eoiwto apd
members of the lwuvw by tlio
speaker of the house.
"JJw AH kinds
f -. . of
MLLHPHHk Prices.
P.W. Heitmann & Co.
SPAMAHIIS KICKIAU.
tllB
He I ease of I'riaoncra Held by
Plilllpiuoa la tiic Cuuxr.
london peccmber 8. 'TJ Madrid cor-
lespondent of the Standard eaya: Tlio
BtrtongeBt ooromentu ara mndo on two lU-
tje dtepositlor (Iw United Stales has shonn
to respond to tho Suaiilbh dfjinridh for n
Pomit relcflso ot Ujo 11000 Spanll pr
our3 In the hand of th6 Togals. nnd a
rpiCcutton of private official deposits now
residluic in tha colonial url Judicial de-
poilui banks. Bvyrvtbltft: fcows to nhovy
that tha 'last fctag? In tho iieKotUUoiij has
takon a turn 'hardly calculate! to pacify
Spanish public opinion or to faolltuto for
a lon?thni to pome tho ronevgij ex Uio
fi'lcndly nelatipns bewcjticn tha two an-
animentB. .
Most nf the iiewHpaDera favqf tho Idea
p belling tbo Carolines and tho other
poaseoslona of Spain In tho Pacific to Oer-
many or to tome otiier Ruropcan nation
willint to pay n tiettcr price than the
Uuilttl States. n
SfAV'lf I.VCIlBAbK.
9rrlileut S!uKlnly llPcoininel.
(iim y !! jU'te Vljnp.
(Special PIJpatclto-The !
WafchiriBton Peeon;her 8. McKluloy'a
roMMumondatlons for an Increase of fho
navy by the nddltka ot flfUen now Wp
oto (o bo taken up ut onco by the honjo
rommllteo on' naval affairs. It is preo-
tlcally certain1 that all ot l -vessels1 wlikb
(b? and Secretary Iook Jaivo recommended
will he authorUed TUo comuijUee- will
intH tomonow morning and begin work
on tho annual cpproprKtlon bill An in-
croann or the invy fcaluio U tho last thltiH
In tho bill. It will not bo formally reachud
loi onie time. Lut mcmbeni of tho com-jnltt'-e
hae Ulkcd ibr pulijeet ovr iiinonn
thcmseheA niiLt llio dlrrosltlin at t.V time
if tp Klve nil that tho administration has
asked for.
Admiral Sampson lias untitled tho msy
department Shut tho evncufttlon tonimltlco
Itnjr dcilermluoil Unit tho flailing dock ut
liuvana pomes undor tho (head of movable
property und Spain Will bo allowed to re-
turn it to tl.o peninsula If Bho deslies to
do so.
Admiral Stunpnon nlso Tiotlricd the de-
partment of the value of tho dock nwl It
may bo that wgotJntlona will bo condilolq
with (tho .Spiinleh govrramont loq--ng lo
nt puioluisc. Tho need or such a dock at
llavwia ' vorv' groat csixwltilly In Ijw
of tSm prosppctivo formntlon of a gulf
Miuadnnwhoso lieadquartrs will bo lu tho
vicinity of Cuba.
Considerable oppoiltUon lias dovclopod
In tho lino of tho navy to tho bill pending
In conjjros3 authorizing tho transfer of
lIoccu ti tho lino with tho rank of Wou-
Icnant (oinmandor.
Tho Ghlwgo will not lcao Uwj llrooklyn
ird foriit eat nnotHior forty da. Upon
rcsconimcndatlou of tho hoard of contrur
ifJon. Socio'4"y J-ohb hn directed that the
old rlght-flnch breetib lo-vllug ilfleo with
..Tifrnl. .n Ptllniifrri Hi. Jirt.t I Mi.il lin Wimnl'llJ
mid now ones installed nnd arrangements
for tho oxeoutlon of Mil? clianse nro nw
being made T;io olxbt-incb guns to do
plicod ojj boaid uro of tho very latest
tvpo. ' t
CAltClA HAl" PM1U.MOVI.I.
'J'bo AstMl Ciiliiui l'ulrlot Mnr .V r.
-lvo th'n Attiiek.
Wasn'flKtoo Dt-coro'bex ! Oonoral Oar-
Wu. of tftj" Qubwn army yo nns hcn con-
flno5l Ujo Shis hotel fior somer 'Hvrtt is an-
mouii!d lo be nufto ertirtoujly lck. 'fbero
aro iom efeara ot pncurotinlj.
v!mh.ln!rfjcoi.' December 8. General Gar-
'ela'a IJlnes h developed Into pnenmonl
nd two physicians nro jn atttnaance i-
oaueo of his odynaoed ag. 62 yoarn1- the
recovery Sit somewhat doubtful.
FNf.l ANn IN Ff.VPT
to
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ALL DEPENDS UPON FRANCfc i
. b rfi-fwi
Understanding ImposlMe Whf tliet:xiM
asperaiwn is ivcpi upf; . ?&g
AGREEMENT WIThRSSIANECESsMi?
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Untied States Germany and Japan EXy
Interested in the Far' Cast.;
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AGMFICINT ENCOMIUM OF THIS CO
Ainrrlvu llelcnrdcil ni the rcfr
of OlxlJUrd "it Htm-UnwIniKl Only
ldolnted In it Mcnaurc.
tjondout December 8. Right Hon. Jovcph
ChtmUrla1n secretary jf utato for tho col-
onic speaking nt Vt$keiliM Yoikstilrc
toiilaht fully dcusl(t homo and foreign
nfiaiTs anil Wo Kovommk-mfa policy la
Kgint fcald nil deob-mlcd ctitlrcly hn tho
passlhllUy uf rowlilng an untrsJ-andlrts
with PmiicQ ".i thlog vvhlii1!" ts inuxttsittto
uh long nt tho Trench pmauo a policy of
cj!tei9tn."
With ueaid to tho wUillvus bctwton
Glnl U.-iltalu and Rut ill III Connection
vilh Iho iw 1Hl. ha tiii tlixtivvtilo hith-
erto tbo iulcavirii to rccli ii utctmcut
lull fntltd Mi bc'lovisd a ngrcetntm'. -vvlth
ItU'sliV was liecoisar) UnlcJS ferloMj com-
uTIftttfcns nmo ta he ciiciiintoKsd. Tiiprc
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I'imIcihI (.'ourU Sntd Hc
lurlNillotlnn.
JUlwiiUkif. V6. Pocember !.
Judgo Scaninn Upholds thq Kcd-
rml iHiakrupt law nrt-1 declhros
in nn cpluion today that It dl-
vcslu tho State oourts fyttrsly
of JmMlcllon IS Insoivcney
ca.s. Juno Sutherland of tho
superior court held n (ew clitis
ago that he had exclusive Juilti-
dlttlon over Iniolvency proeeed-
Urs eciuiuciicoct y hliu prior to
tlio commWiccnient of procor4
lias lu rtHlir.il courts. Judgo
Pertliuii declines that tho Stato
romtf! aro nbsolutely without
jnrlsdlcUou In nucli matters.
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were he cantlmuyd. no HaiiURnountablo ob-
stacles to an OKioemcnt. On tho contrary
lt' wan qulto nostlble tg conclliato the um-
'WIu'n ot Uu!'ia. wTuh n'o fixed policy ot
"Gro4t llriuitiv t? mtl)ialn equal opporturil-
tlt's of trado for )H '.nt30ns. "1 am moat
tuiiRUhio xf arrivlne at a oiitlement" wld
he. "bepauso It is; n?t for our Interest
nlouo. Iho cblwts wo tuns In view aro
shared nli by tho UnitnJ iScates Germany
and Japan ull of which have Identical ln-
tercriU I d.irs J'.iy jm lia-vo observed the
very prfiiiant p.ssaRC in to rwent mes-
s.iro of President McKInJe.v to tho UnteJ
Stwwi uonKtMs (to ptj-EaEO nfsrrlnB to
llvd 'Viy lmpartant luicreits of America
In tho Kautln whloh bo declares that these
lulerostn uliould ho wot bs rrcludtccd by
cxcluslvo trcatnientt Tills la . Tory note-
worthy oasswao and ivithsut bclns u
prophet 1 thnl. I hnll not bo loo fan-
Bulno 'If I av Uust In the future wo ahnll
in.it Klatid die no on (juaidrans ot tho 'open
door.' "
IMr. Chamberlain ithen xefcrred to tbo
clwrfto ot ImcoiiBilseuey brought ajfilntt
him in tron&llni; of Great llrUaln's wplcmllj
Itsolation "and tlien touting ifor alliances."
Ho ald: "WJicn- I ivfenyTl to Jtolatlon 1
mojnt tho toof-ntlon ot tha lli'ltlsh wiplro
comprising itiho United KlnKdonl ajid our
chlldran over tho teis who M well able to
defend their own poscs!onti and their
own excl'islvo Interests tutalnst ull attack
but Burcly It Is net urrrpiisaable to fcik
en alliauco and to oipdit eo-optrtoi
-wliwo tho Initc-rcsls tuvolved are thouo of
others as well as ours
"In 'the raeo of Gennttny wo bavo arr
Iriinod by a friendly and funk Intvrchanjra
of opinion. There oro many Intertills rp-
nr.iint udicii wn cm aaslEt ona another.
I think 1 may litjpo that in tbo future to
two nations tho greatest nmva) unit tbu
graxleel tuitlHcry potwr-evvlll como mar
frequently togcthpr tuid tint our'Jontl3-
fluonco will be used in uobsK of peac aud
cf unrestricted (rude. But it U congratulre
you on tbo dMolojimmtB pf row Tefjtns
txJeen it and n 'reat coallneutal P;
rhoulJ wo not rpjoloo at thi) growth of
.l.n.(U Mlnllnn"lMltVVCdn OUKCUPS ttU'l
uirr colonies utnd bctwwn ourselves npd the
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. The Houston Daily Post (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1898. Houston, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114582/. Accessed March 3, 2015.