The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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KI.ADY TO qUlV
Filipinos JIuvo II ml Knougli
Washington -lay U. War department
ufttlitls are nnnly oonvlnoxl that t)i 011J
uf the liiKurrccUon In t- I'htlliipiiiss la
at an end and that tlia r.prewiitatlven
( thu Inaurgent cabinet ana Agulnaldo
who are to meet Qeneral Otis tomorrow
will succumb to the Inevitable and nur-
icnUer Their forces It Is said at tlie
iiepartment urn evidently so ilemurnl-
Ise4 by the perelateut advance of the
American that they are ready to uecept
Haco at the bet terms they oan (at.
Driven northward to tile foothills of the
mountain as they have been tholr llee-
liiB and C-tlerud oroe. tlUilri'.uryrutu-
anil ijlaheurtenoil. no longur oun bo made
to face our victorious foro. Lean limn
a week ngo Qeu. I.un wuw reported jiut
north of San Fernando wtiare Hon. .Mao-
Arthur h troops uro concontrutod and
In the neltrbborhood uf JJuooIor with
about K.uou rebels Today Qeu. Otis ro-
lKjrtu that u remnant of thl- fores.
uoiut 25U4 men have withdrawn to Tar-
If this la a rune to salri time. It will
avail them nothing as lb Americana
will utilize the period during' the nego
tiations in reronnoiterlnff the oountry
ahead of them preparatory to the re-
sumption of operations tb minute the
The dUpatch uf two battalions of the
Sd Infantry exterday to Jolo the prin-
cipal town m ih Bulu arclitpelSKO la
the fourth military expedition Uetashod
from the main body of our troiw. The
gulu ar hlpelug-o la a group of small Isl-
ands extending in a cre -3.it like the
A taut Ian Islands south of the l'hlllp-
pinea. Them are no Insurgents as far aa
known In the Bulu group The population
of the labimlH consists of aborltflnM
Chinese truders nd neg ros.
There is n absolute Infornwtlon at tae
wir department coiifcerniny the preaant
strength of the Amertoan fore under
MinArthur. Utwton aad ICobba whloti
have been opfratlng against UD InsurK-
cnir north it Manila. Tha number of
men If each organisation want up to its
maximum stn-ngth would be lsssift bu it
iri Uubtful I. their strength total U.O'
men Mm Arthurs troops egetpt on
regiment are volunteers. All Of Jfcoba
men are rulnrs recently arrrvad. Three
of the aix regiment under LatvUm are
als reguUrs There Is one radical dif-
ference beiween the regular and valua
tor organisations osert.Jii tha fonner
are permamiit while the gana In the
ranks of tbe rgulars are beintr eonitant-
l filled by new recruits It I esHl-
malfsl that Mao Arthur now lias about
4.100 in-n r.r atllve servtee; I-awton
alxMit o.OUO and Kobbes 1W).
Manli i Mi) li-H . Philippine com
m hl.ni'i i i nf-r vn'-i the American
omimlsxton rtx irJIng si v Ait arrlvij
last nighi .' Hin isaiire and are aomlng
to Mai Ua td j 'Hi- ueope of Manila
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Grulii HliolorK Ktill vSlriklnt?.
Buffalo w k rk May J-Tk po4S.-
bllity of at' nil --til. want f the doal:
atrtke was r w. .i tins afternoen an!
tunignt tbe 'b' trouble Is further
att than e b for-
Tbe i-rain i nt vt once more de-
. lir. ) thir Intention uf refusing to r.
iurii t work uut i t'n contract system
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In iwifii the Inke rarrlors association and
Mr. Connors Is abrogated.
The situation Is most peculiar. Yos tor-
day Hlstiop Qulgloy aslsel the men in
accept the terms offered by contractor
Connors and to hold themselves In readi-
ness to go to work when he gave the
word. The Irishop also warned them r
hold no more meetings. Today Bt. Brid-
get's hall the hradquartTH of the strik-
ers which Is owned by the oathollc
church was closed and locked by order
of tbe bishop. This afternoon notwith-
standing the fsct that nearly eighty per
cent of the strikers are Jtonmn cntholle
In religion a large number of the grain
ahovelers publicly repudiate! the blttiop
refused to accept his advice nnd remov-
ed their headquarters to a hall. Shortly
after o'clock tills afternoon over 1.000
grain ahoveler formed In line In front
of St Ilrldgel's hnll and mnrolied to Kill-
more 'hall where they were Joined by
2 000 striking freight handlers nnd other
sympathizers and President MoMnlion of
the union wis wimmone!. "When MouM.i-
hon appeared the men voted to refuse to
work while Connors held his oontrnrt.
and a commutes whs appointed to open
direct communication with the Lake enr-
illesolutlons were adopted illsehn'glng
l he commit!' that lias been acting in
conjunction with IllaJiop Qulglsy express-
ing confld-'nce In President MoMahnn inl
refusing to pay any attention whatever
for any cell for a meeting Issued liy the
Information was received to lay Ihal the
levator men and others who have val
uable Interests on She docks prop lie to
secur -ren f'om out of town to take Ilia
places of the strikers.
The puhllo Investlgstlon now being
held by the stste board of mediation ami
arbitration brought out by the fact that
not only the port of Iluffalo but the en-
i're commerce of tbe lakes Is In danger
of t.eHig permamntly crippled by the
O'hion C Douglas of the Western
Tr.iiiKi' romfsny testified that r'sto'.
- already had sustslned a loss '
tlOO.WiO that agents were refusing to kfxl
v.ssels fur this port snd that commer'o
was being diverted Into other routes
All tbe members of the flremss union
struck a noon today.
Wow York May 18-Ths North fierman
Lloyd steaijiiVilp liarbttrosati which sail-
ed for Boutbstnpton and Xlremen at 1!
o'clock this morning waa discovered on
tlr wblla she was passing Bandy Hoot
two hours later and put back to part
Tbe tire waa In the forward hold The
B-ibasete fought the Are with stan
and ttaler and with the aid of wreeklat
tugs and fire boat drownei It out two
hour later while lying at quarantine.
The vessel wiille on her way up the
river ftr the lire In her hold had been
put rut bit the Prenoti liner La II ret
mi- lying In rler In the North n-r
srivtng the netagn's Iww through two
ice lft'fs .the Hichard Poster and the
I.eiov. s'nklng tl em. No one was Injured
The cargo In the Barbarossa forehlld
will hav. to be discharged before tho ves-
sel resumes her journe but W is hoped
that the steamship will be able to sail
tomorrow The TUrbarossa carried 67
paseengers. After the flames had been
subdued and the Barbarosia tied up l
her Pier in Hoboken many of the passen.
gers came ashore
WlfflEWhlMHiiBDSWlt ' iJW L8
Is.suoh an AI)loAddrRK to Jlis
Havana May 18 The expected mani-
festo of (lensral Maximo tloinez was Is-
sued thin overling. It reviews his mrt In
the negoUutlang with (lovernor-Oeiieral
llrooke und sleaks or his love for Cuba
and Ills sufferings on 'her bslialf In the
Owiernl Gomez says:
"The hour has now arlved for me tt
raise my voice rii Justlllcatlon of my
IHjsltlon and to describe the arduous work
I have dono since my first visit to Gener-
al Hoke. I have protected lo him
ugalnst the sum offered by the I'liltnd
rltatex as Insuffloleiit to ecikiiiiplli.li Hit
good Intended U'hlle undoing An answ-
er my proieet I tHiught a solution of the
the chief magtstrnle of the Pulled
Klutos announced tils Inability to add to
the sum already seMled upon.
"Hpecuhttnrs then ntttmipted to Inter-
vene offering sugKeslons wliloli werd re-
fused by me. They presented u proposi-
tion to the military ii-Kenilry but the
scheme was fustratetl by Presddem Mc-
ICInley's refusal lo reongnlze that body
I deemed the formation of a militia a
practical solution nnd General llrooke
who approved the Idea asked me fur
a summary of my views on tbe subject
To this 1 retried that ten tbousand men
were all It would lie jnnslbie to get
from the former Cuban army wlrheut
distinction aa to race My answer was
sent to President McKlnley together
with a personal letter giving explicit
reason why sueh ac ourse was neo-n.
"I had many conferences with ftenerul
llrooke In my endeavors to dls.over smh
a plan of Wiymet as would not exclude
tbe men who had never carried arms
General llrooke rrmlsted upon the surren
der of arms before the receipt of money
and I also deolred (lis. such arms as
had already been surrendered an sudc-ti
aa ghoul be surrmdered hereafter might
be ellveed to war houses lu the care of
Cuban armories to be paid out of t)ta
Cuban treasury. I do not think it a dis-
graoe that the Cuban soldier should re-
ceive from a government wbkss Is able
to pay sums that wl. relieve their Im
mediate need- Hjieclal csrtiflestM Will
be given to all redeemable b ytbe Cuban
republic so sxion aa It la eHtnhtlsbad.
"I am convinced tlwt It la uompatib e
wtth obtalnng ikkico to have an army
with arms reserved to defend Cut. i
against her eaemlea and In the mean
time to be guarded aa rbe relics of u
glorious gtrugle. In my Judgment
whether the arms ware dUosed of t tiw
munliialltloa or to the srmorkw it
would be all tha same under the inter
vanlng governmein Tlie t uuin com ml
stoners tMiwever refused to sure- with
General Ilrvoke and the Americans a id
declined to fix dates and places where ihe
Cuban soldiery could devllsr up arms aiid
receive payment from the American ty-
tuusters after ladentlftaMUin by their res-
After further praise of "Geaeal Itrook s
oonslderatlon" and a declaration of bis
own desire to correct an error existing
In Cuba with respect to the United Mates
lie goos on to say
"I did not not alone as seems to be
popularly belle -d but alwaa osultd
with our officers -ly advloti to you now
Is to return to your homes with tha
amounts offered by the Intervening gov-
ernment and to practice patience which
Bi'!n. - jiL'r:i!i1 J.K1
will bo an additional proof of your luro-
Ism. In this way we shall recoiistrur
most rapidly tho homes consecrated by
the blood of martyrs blood poured out in
behalf of a puri.se now attained aid
thus begin this cycle of liberty with the
grandest prospectn proceeded by the her
aids ot future prosperity und tieuco
"This work Is your portion. Lot no
pretext Interfere with tftio attainment of
the Independent gournmont for which.
three generations of Cubans have strug
gled with all sacrlllc and which is rmw
promised by a noble nation pledged to
obtain for us our rlghtts.
"Meanwhile I shall remain whore I am
generously Invited among the Cubans
I shall work without oesratlon for our
aspiration and In a. narrow sphere as-
signed me If necessary. ..nd If it hap
pan that all logical nnd Just methods
shull bo exhausted without the deelre 1
result. I will go to Washington and th. rr
tell of Cubu and her sacred Ideals of an
tho destiny of our country baptized wltn
Independent republic tinu will arbitrate
blood and sanctified with our lovo ot Ind
pendenco and liberty which wo will never
!ao demanding In tones of subtlest
1lplomuoy for tho sako of tho nation that
In to bo n the near future alwayn asking
What Independence and liberty which we
oovut In the namo of right dvllizatijii
Justtee and democracy."
Washington May 18 The secretary of
war today ordered the commanding off!
cer at Port Wlndgale N. M. to dlspa h
an adequate fores of troops Immediately
to tlie Moqul luoblo Indian villages in
Arizona to assist In overcoming remit -snee
to the work of disinfecting ana
quarantining the villages where smalt
pox Is prevalent. Koaretury Alger sayrf
that with careful vnoolnatlon there w
he no danger to the troops as they w t
Ims used only to enforce the orders of th
Woihlngton. May 13 -L It. Mitchell
assistant comptroller of the treasury has
decided In the oaso ot Ileal Admiral
Bteawart that under the naval personal
act tha heads ot the staff huross of tho
navy dejvtrnent whei retired for aito
ir length of sorvlee prior to July 1 MH
to the rank ot roar admiral and three-
fourths tho uresent tea pay of a senior
For rent A nontly furnished front
room ilrbt lloor 384 North Division
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THE OREAT DROUOHT-
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C aoo per J'erk HUc ier Half Itus.
J 1 50 jHtr llu.nel
I liuy riotn oeadquarteti and tic sure
T of gettlOK tbe genuine article. We
T are Introducers uf this Corn In Texas.
I We are headquarters lor Alfalfa
T Juhusou Urats llermuda Grass and
Z Heeds of all kinds.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1899, newspaper, May 19, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74538/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.