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San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - May 23, 1899, San Antonio, Texas CAN Br using tie want columns of the Oftuaa. If you want anj thing, or hare something to sell, trade or ex- claage, try want adv. i I e T ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME KECP POSTED BY READING THE OAIUY EXPRESS. 34. NO. 143 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 23. ESTABLISHED 1805 Lockwood Najtionsil Bank Of San "Texas. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. Mexican Money Bought and Sold. Money to Loan E. B. CHANDLER. c. President. i vice Prwldent. 1. T. WOODHTJI.U Frost Paid in Capital .1 ASJOSIO. TKX. Drawn an citlnfln Mralotn Mtmw tna Boll Before You Life Insurance j an Agent of------ THE MUTUAL LIFEilnSURANCE CO; OF HEW TORK Asseti 278 45 Million Dollars And Secure One of Their New Guarantee Policies AGBNTS WANTBD. TTKITB EDWIN CHAMBERLAIN CO.. Business or Residence Telephone 60 Per Day No rental charges. For particulars Call Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co ________Contract Department. Phone No. 355. J. L. CUNNuffiHUat Awfl Cuhitr R. E. STAFFORD co., IjSLKr Ihe ofWeHiniton The battle of WATKfiLOO won tho FOOTHAI.T, ana CRICKET or Knglnna. tWIth a knitwledn of the 11ASEBALU goods Bold aniraally tn the United Htatci anyone admit that our Notional gnmo, through Its Influ- ence upon American rlUTlcnl manhood proved Itn Worth at BANTIAOO and MANILA. jSuriport HASEDALI, by at tendlnit games. BUT A J200 BOOK ny awoclatton ofllcor or TOM B. JOHNSON. AVE. C. NEAR HOUSTON fro Hotel Hidalgo, MONTEREV, MEXICO. for in MDNTERET. Oar Svrvioa to alt and Topo Chloo Mot Borlnn Seekers of bealkh, THtmeiito shoald Tisft tod prosreealyc dty. or romatitic Steam Engines, Wind S. A. Machine and Supply Co. 125 and 127 Military Plaza I Dynamos and Motors Jeaters, I p'Pe and Cotton Gins, Well Drillipg Machines. Adriance Buckeye Mowers, Deere Hay Rakes, tightest, Cheapest, Best, Ed. L, Thomson Imp, Co., ,San Antonio, Texas. Pattern Shop, Machine Shops, proyed Galvanized Star Wind Mil "All otner milts have coiamon cast Iron gears. you to double ".-our trade, secure tile agency at F. F. COLLINS MFC. SAN ANTONIO, TEX. e Texas. 2i3 page cat The pioneer water supply ho sent on rcquea TAKE THE High Flyer' An elegant vestrbulcd train for St. Louis and all points North and East. San Antonio Noon. Fast Mail for St. Uiuis p. 'm. 7 A. M. ARE LIKE INDIANS PORTO niCANSERKSEMBLE THE RED MEN OF AMEKICA. Need OT the Itland IB Kdnca tkm, Only Fourteen Per Cent Can Rftad And Write. PATIENT AND UNCOMPLAINING THE CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC. on Friend- o the United r the Gontrn- Infantry It. New Tork, May before the Colonial Aid Society, Gen. Guy V. I of Ports PJco, compared the Porto Rlcann to the North American Indians, nayin? that nothlne was done for the Indiana until ihcy began to cause tne government trouble. He wild in part: "Porto JUco the only one acquired ns -which has plvcn us no comlnc to willingly, anxious to be rid if the Spanish yoke of oppression. Wo Ehould aid them in every possible way to become Americanized, which can only he, tho adoption of our and moOiodH and being educated, Upon the latter ilc- penda the success of the Island. As only oor cent can ard write. It will be eactly eeon how much there IB In this dl- rtctlrm fo be done and the fjreal rcapon- Blblllty put upon UR to change this Ig- norance Into intelligence. M'e work with tho children; they arc bright and anxious to lenrn. The system of ectiooln, on paper, IB good. In practice poor, ow- 'nx to" the method of teaching. There ire no school houHCB, children being .auRht y m n nlcipal flies. The Island is divided nto dlntrlcts ii'Hli an Amcrlcnn In charge. At Snn Juan a part of ills day's lesson m n English. At Ponce there IB a Ftchoot if some 309 children ttuight by American odles; but this In not a drop. In the mcket when we Ihlnk of an Inland of ictirly upon whom cil'ica- would not be wasted and Is ot vital mportance. 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, giving- employment to the Improving Jnlln. hospitals and j niroducing riecesnary unnltary refoi "The r ha ract eristic of the Porto Risan i most patient, uncomplaining In uuf- Bring. I have never seen a bogg. 'hey arc proud and high spirited. They for work, never for alms. They hnv heir faults ntid we have ours, but umle ,llar rulers, such as they have had hundred of years, wo would or at least no better.' ENGLAND'S FlUENDLINESft, ;piscopftl n.Rliop IVhijijMo Noticed It On Hie Iteccnt Trip To Britain. New York. May Rev. Dr. Jlcnry crtjamln "VVhlpp'le, Episcopal Bishop of nesota, who has just returned from land, paid to n Tribune report' The most remarkable thing I noticed in ngland was the friendly spirit manl- ;sted in quarter to our country nd a to learn more about the or- finlzation of the missionary work of o ivn branch of the church. There hi een-a good deal of talk In England and fiewhere about the crisis In the Church England on quest Inns of ritual. I be- k'o 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
force m mnfnlaincd. conOHlSiw are Impfovi IDR: dally. I wnA a bftttallnn fit niuj a-ffunboat !o Neeros tomorrow to lay excitement in tne portion or the isiand and on thr west ronst nf Ctbii. Havo denied the request of Anntn alfla's for an UTlli. IN WA8HISOTOK. KCT-'S of the Offer to the Kltlpinos Con- firmed at the flt.-.tft Department. Wnuhlngton, May re-port from Manila that a form of h-'m fcflin prorfOf'Vd to the clrdtRK a Governor tinm-ral. (ind at'vlnfiry council. Is confirmed at rtr- SMto Departm'Tt, wlirro it it iiiia Is tlif lino of notion on wlit-rh auitiorUJra here nir! nt Mninl-i j Thi fhn outcDwlh twff-n Kfhtjrrnan of Us. rni to the prtinent terminus of tho Bablns tluju rond at Bablne 1C lite Texan and New Orlflann Ilallrood Company docs not build the connectlnK Una prrncrlStd In ilic bill five j-eam thtn nil the rljthU. twwen nn.i prtvlle0fei (tmntcd by coniolidfction net nhall tw Mull nnd void. Tho Governor nlno Mftned today tht KMiNtn-Oty i0- pur- chaio, own and the Oulf, yjaic mont A Groat Kallrond. Tlie (if Uils hill en.'iMi, the. Xiefturntmt Orfat Northern Compnny to conktrnt-t the proposed linn of road ax rrM-Jtitttl tn UB chHflcr. The bill HufhojIxIriR tlie St. Louis lUStway Company to opcrnti! (he Tvler HoutiipaHtfrn road ernor's piitnntiirp'. Thr piirrhnpt-rf ru'ui cxtendu from TyJw to In wtUliig fiirth the rc.inonii why' llon shotiid be nulhyrixwl the bill JhAl the of Tvior tED'f.OuU nnd it? bondt-d to benldiM which It ra o, lareo amount of fionltng Indctil- DPBU ntirf ii'iablc to pay iree? nnd op-rutlntr vxtitiwK; tiiai lix utock In now owm.-J parties that own the Block of the Ht. J.-vitH South- Hi nee Ha ofennlfation; that" Ins to uTfcn'up tbo "iirHtnnmn" aa the pf-yinriH of UP otitFi'i-trHtix Smithpiintern romJ. auO thut tttr H'.' Ijoii'tn (lint you t'-ittimil? In the -Meaning oJ1 trtinaT' they arc or Henntar rpnke In favor ot dw urp clpftfljr irHWtt fnioU m flilil ihftt If ttio I'lll ll It Will rc-tii'li otnl wfil 'f in t. I-ouls 1? will. A BEUGMTFUL TB1P HT Between PortH of Galveston and York onrh'.ns nt KBV Anl tiifro C'nM Direct etftittn ClInK With rs For HAVANA, CUBA A one rc. wUh from Htut and Ahsolutf Pl- pHit o of Air csirrn of lUiflrifM or 1 NO NO Hl'itKY. NO your Ticfert Agent for o or witltjK nfflr to Otilt with llti own ralfn HO na Ufi irl lh" In" ticlltfntc thfl handling of ts iraffic. This is thu last of thi conro'Idatlon bills J. YOJ'XfJ. T IK Alamo Vla Offlcljil Apci EUKOP3AK S. n, San Antonio. fnr All 8. LINKS. tlin" tfHr ri Ih' f.f P'irt-1 lilf fsldMInh ;ii" f--i- tf" at tlnn- J JlaniiM tlia: Pacific Ml. lot rcfcrrlnz tr( to Afrcr iho Otl ,1 of I -I? Kr.M.VKI-. Itr.H'JKTK. 1VH1 WK HAVF: Vl.t SliW OitLKANII AK. TjrKiri' V-., 11 r., Tin: BKST To NEW ORLEANS and return e l'4tii. Limit for Jacfl 3rd, 'W. Summer Excursion Rates r.'l Al.lv OTMF7K QI'ICK Ai "Sunset" Ticket Office, Grand Opera House Building. j 'Phone 1 L. J. PAIlK.t. J. SIcMlt.bAN, "l OH. On I-JIKO
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