New York, Sept. 20.- The following dispateh has been received here: "Manila, Sept. 19.- The Filipino government desires to inform the American government and people that the many rumors circulated the strained relations between the Phillippine and American forces are base, malicious slanders of the enemy of both parties, are without any truth and are circulatPd for the purpose of prejudicing the appeal of the the Filipinos for their release from the oppression and cruelty of Spain. The relations of our people and yours have been and will continue to be of the most friendly nature and we have withdrawn our forces from the suburbs of Manila as an additional evidence of our conftdence in the great American republic. "AGUINALDO." Washington, Sept. 20. - The Associated Press dispateh conveying Aguinaldo's message to the American people was i reg-arded with much interest at the White House. The president read the statement with evident appreciation of its importance, but did not volunteer any information as to the attitude of this government. The officials very near him spoke of the message as "a very important document."