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San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - May 23, 1899, San Antonio, Texas CAN Br using tie want columns of the If you want anj thing or hare something to sell trade or ex- try want adv i I e T ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME POSTED BY READING THE EXPRESS 34 NO 143 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS TUESDAY MORNING MAY 23 ESTABLISHED 1805 Lockwood Bank Of San Texas Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent Mexican Money Bought and Sold Money to Loan E B CHANDLER c President i vice 1 T Frost Paid in Capital 1 TKX Drawn an tna Boll Before You Life Insurance j an Agent THE MUTUAL CO OF HEW TORK 278 45 Million Dollars And Secure One of Their New Guarantee Policies EDWIN CHAMBERLAIN CO Business or Residence Telephone 60 Per Day No rental charges For particulars Call Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co Department Phone No 355 J L R E STAFFORD co The battle of won tho ana CRICKET or tWIth a of the goods Bold tn the United anyone admit that our Notional through Its ence upon American manhood proved Itn Worth at and MANILA by at games BUT A BOOK ny or TOM B JOHNSON AVE C NEAR HOUSTON fro Hotel Hidalgo MEXICO for in Oar to alt and Topo Mot Seekers of shoald tod dty or Steam Engines Wind S A Machine and Supply Co 125 and 127 Military Plaza I Dynamos and Motors I and Cotton Gins Well Machines Adriance Buckeye Mowers Deere Hay Rakes tightest Cheapest Best Ed L Thomson Imp Co San Antonio Texas Pattern Shop Machine Shops Galvanized Star Wind Mil All milts have cast Iron gears you to double trade secure tile agency at F F COLLINS MFC SAN ANTONIO TEX e Texas page cat The pioneer water supply ho sent on TAKE THE High Flyer An elegant train for St Louis and all points North and East San Antonio Noon Fast Mail for St p m 7 A M ARE LIKE INDIANS PORTO THE RED MEN OF Need OT the IB tkm Only Fourteen Per Cent Can And Write PATIENT AND UNCOMPLAINING THE CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC on o the United r the Infantry It New Tork May before the Colonial Aid Society Gen Guy V I of Ports compared the Porto to the North American Indians that was done for the Indiana until began to cause tne government trouble He wild in Porto JUco the only one acquired ns has us no to willingly anxious to be rid if the Spanish yoke of oppression Wo aid them in every possible way to become Americanized which can only he tho adoption of our and and being educated Upon the latter penda the success of the Island As only oor cent can ard write It will be how much there IB In this fo be done and the put upon UR to change this Ig- Into intelligence work with tho children they arc bright and anxious to lenrn The system of on paper IB good In practice poor nx to the method of teaching There ire no school children being In rooms where live The latter are more than poorly paid ho general complaint m n flies The Island is divided nto an In charge At Snn Juan a part of ills day's lesson m n English At Ponce there IB a if some 309 children by American but this In not a drop In the mcket when we of an Inland of upon whom would not be wasted and Is ot vital To put It practically they fed teachers paid by for hey are poor and the Islands money am ong as available Is needed badly for ng roads employment to the Improving hospitals and j The r ha ract eristic of the Porto Risan i most patient uncomplaining In Bring I have never seen a bogg hey arc proud and high spirited They for work never for alms They hnv heir faults we have ours but llar rulers such as they have had hundred of years wo would or at least no better ENGLAND'S Noticed It On Hie Trip To Britain New York May Rev Dr Episcopal Bishop of who has just returned from land paid to n Tribune report The most remarkable thing I noticed in was the friendly spirit sted in quarter to our country nd a to learn more about the of the missionary work of o ivn branch of the church There hi good deal of talk In England and about the crisis In the Church England on quest Inns of ritual I be- thut alt this la to be nettled by tho fa counsels of the bishops A council advice was In session presided over y the Archbishops of Canterbury and ork to which all these questions were resented by representatives of tho rent schools and I thought 1 detected all minds a that the godly and advice of the would followed But the Question which was most and of which I saw most was connected with Christian work at ami abroad I think that the of realizes that God haa need these races in forefront of humanity uf constitutional government and Amone Other the a General Council To He Bj People HATE NOTHING TO OFFER EX- CEPT DEMAND POK ARMISTICE The United Continue With Unabated Vigor In ONLY BADLY DEMORALIZED INSURGENTS ARC LEFT They Are Under Luna and and Arc Short Of and Manila May p an of the Philippine has the written to Hie the final decision to orm of Is in the hands of the under his action of Con- United States tho Filipino commissioners will lunch with Schurman and will afterwards visit the vessels the American NO LET UP United States Military Operations Still Continue With Unabated Vigor Manila 22 p spite of the presence of the Filipino ers In Manila the military operations continue with unabated vigor The visitors were apparently of true condition of affairs h Upon their arrival they were ly Inundated with Invitations covering both day anil night and surprise at tho condition of affairs within our They had been lea to believe that everything was chaos und are at the accorded them Reports received from persona arrived from the Interior show that no troops nre left in the northern They were all drafted south after the out- break of the war The villages on tho west coast are almost deserted and tho lio Canon especially arc Ing the American army if only for the of crushing the Tagals or and said if tho had not arrived civil war would necessarily have ensued owing the between the and thi Inhabitants of other provinces Jt Is added that the only Filipino troops now left are 7000 men under Gen nt ami about 4000 under Gen del Even theno arc demoralized and ahort of arms and of their rifles are dli natives nd illex Many ind tho Congi ponere h are unable IL to the lack of for BO doing A coasting steamer which has arrived here reports that UIB Spanish at I eland of Mindanao is held by the In the aamo manner the Americans had them while worn in ilie vicinity of night the Spaniards aro subjected to an Ineffectual and 1C they are not soon relieved they will bo reduced to iho condition of the Spanish garrison at llo Just previous to ita evacuation of tuat place THE SITUATION Gen Otis War Department of Movement of Washington D C May War the St Railway One Been too a Law Without Incentive BAN MARCOS IS ANXIOUS ABOUT KATY ROAD People Of Are On the Qul ViTe and To Cap tore It For LABOR ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDED IN THE An Amendment To Them From Free Com- To Report Austin Tux May ay approved the the Texas New Company to own mid operate R railroad connect Kin tnat have hern on by ihla ture and the final are very lo the Interests Involved According to that have reached hero from San Marcos Is doubt uncertainty In the minds of tlie people of that city aa to whether the proposed extension of Texas road to -San Antonio oe from thorp or some point of there It has heao the accepted ail along thot the extension bu Marcos na that is tha present terminus of tho branch Another reasin for that San will bo tho favored own Is that under the amended of the Missouri Kansas Texas Company it IK prescribed be bulit irom to Antonio This amendment uas filed hero The report of conference mitten on the tht adopted by tip in the this to concurred in The Introduced by Grter and Sec 15 that hli not ho or to vent the of for the of of ficnnlor Lewis tn of the n tr UM of thp to all the with to e people of is f carry f the for a earth and j Man Hta Wife Kill j Mny T W well man ami found dead In the of tag Ktil j t bf t ft c t t Isa t It wn on health was given th wap tfi of IIRC 73 Ball who wis nn mnn Boston about npa FIT many was of The of t of till work In ten United was the that we had a work ind common to do for humanity There n good Heal of mlk about iho but BO far as I could dec the altitude wan ne of ss tJm out of this war would be militated it not no awar Educated tho Crar of for the motives In the n tn wn inquiry as to how the English tlie con- riot It that hail not heard subject icd I bnv UP opinion of I not read I OOK rouM not U hut 1 fif In r nave known II Hf tn fibre nf loyal in tn of n n very Is WRR old the first Fierce Texas Cyclone Erath County In the Fierce Man Killed Much Property Destruction Fort Tex May of V to lain r alive ana but hurl The cyclone struck many one wn Church and baaly i Alarm Creek nouHi ind 313 The Presbyterian Many Malaf It Is reported several were hc confirmed hnrc Trees and In the bo totally wiped up but authentic ct received The report cornea the through which the among hem tho rumor of tht et the not nre reported tq tcr have not several people were lorm SH stands ready to offer the foil form of A to bo by the President a cabinet to bo pointed by tho governor general all judges to be appointed by the tho of nil departments and to be either Americans or or both and a general council Ha members to be chose br the by i L of to be hereafter carefully determined upon Tho President desires that bloodshed cense and that the people of the Philippines at an early date enjoy the measure of com- with peace order The United Stales commission prepared tho scheme and thi President cabled his of the form of the document Too Filipinos have made no definite proposition except for a of until they can present of to tho Prof lold the they had no means oC the tuc oi iho tn He also reminded them that a ral form of wus them And pointed out that It was bMUr tan the conditions existing tho rule president of the Filipino illusion that nothing could than Spanish rule bat the form of government t lib Thti civilian members of thp tn with of that us the former consider Ean In he Wo river Irom j Me driven Pan Antonio was joined yesterday JJe will reach Santa today Is much He ham several mtlM of railway in MH A number or of rank have it parted In and Bulacan to or the South a force m are dally I wnA a fit tomorrow to lay excitement in tne portion or the and on thr west ronst nf Havo denied the request of for an IN of the Offer to the Con- firmed at the Department May from Manila that a form of to the a Governor ind council Is confirmed at it it Is lino of notion on here nt j Thi of Us rni to the terminus of tho rond at 1C lite Texan and New Company docs not build the Una In ilic five nil the by net nhall tw Mull nnd void Tho Governor today tht own and the mont A Groat Tlie if Uils hill the Northern to the proposed linn of road ax tn UB The tlie St Louis Company to he road Thr from to In the why llon be the the of nnd to which It ra o lareo amount of to pay nnd lix In now parties that own the Block of the Ht Hi nee Ha that Ins to tbo aa the of UP auO thut H lint you In the they arc or In favor ot dw urp m If ll It Will f in t will A HT Between PortH of Galveston and York nt KBV Anl Direct ClInK With rs For HAVANA CUBA A one rc wUh from and pHit o of Air of or 1 NO NO NO your Agent for o or to with own HO na Ufi irl lh In handling of ts This is thu last of thi bills J T IK Alamo Vla S n San Antonio fnr All 8 LINKS tlin ri Ih lilf ii tf at J Pacific Ml lot tr to iho Otl 1 of I WK AK 11 r BKST To NEW ORLEANS and return e Limit for 3rd W Summer Excursion Rates Ai Sunset Ticket Office Grand Opera House Building j Phone 1 L J J l OH On
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