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   San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - June 15, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             Jor Low Prices and the Best Goods go to the Popu lar Corner Drug Store of L. ORYNSKI CO., -'n Toltetand FancT Oooda, K Trusw. Shoulder Braon. Pupvortcr.. C3-. OO-. Brokers Grain, Provisions. Cotton Stocks For Future Delivery. 21 Soledad Street TAad Low Show, ite aH styles. Tlie CINDERELLA (MUn the Mipcrtor imluwtnpnts in tklc Une of fooda fmir, 50c up tp 'hoes' GENTS' LOW QUARTER, Button. Conarrjs anj gkoia. the tke. tblar for summi-r. We >Uoue to tkow tbe ORIGINAL WE HAVE Within tlie last few days re pleniflied our stock of ALPACAS, MOHAIRS WORSTEDS, SERGES, OASSIMF.RKS ANII THE SOUTHERN and which offer at prices to suit the times. Knowing what our custo- mers want, and at prices they can afford they find it is economy to visit us. A. MORRIS, Clothing Emporium, aes THE ALAMO CITY Short-Hand, Type-Writing i ELEGRAPH INSTITUTli. Our lacilitles are uaeioieblj ewrmor to aar In ibe and equal to tke beet te or Konaem erttee. M tke Weight, veer. Seo4 for circular. 8ea A StM and Used Everywhere. trasa er eoneaiioM wttk ike Scmtliern Manf g Co., IHLB.E.HADRA'8 FEIVATO Charles Buckel. CELEBRATED Artificial Linibt lave all tbe aaeUoae er tke SESSION OF THE OOXOREM Senate. WASBISUTOX. Juue after routine butlneia. Mr. Dolph eiovei thai the Northern Pacific land grant for feiture bill bt taken up. Mr. Beck urrec that the Knate take up the mo lion entered by Hawley. providing fo reconsideration of the bill preventing members of congress from acceptin feet or employment from railroad com panics that have received aid from con fcresi. Beck thought ibis a priviler cd The chair did not ibink i i privileged question. Pending anotke -notion, the forfeiture bill waa taken up Mr. Call look the floor and returned hit remarks in support of the proposition lo forfeit all lands not earned within tbi 'ime prescribed by congress. Mitchell offered an amendmpat to ex elude from forfeiture lands coterminous with the completed portion of tbe Cat cade branch. Mitchell discussed the purely jpect of the question of Ihe right of the government to forfeit. ID the discussion George, Cuslin, Van Wyck. Cuke, Maxey and olhers parti -ipaled. Heard said that since Ibc railroad company had taken all the go.nl lane and bad used it. they should not be al owed to throw up bad land and thus re llcve themselves of their responsibilities Van Wyck said we had butll three lines to J'aciBc and all the patriots who came lo congress with proposilinns to build those line: professed to be ac luatcd by adeiirc to have comgietition first wilh ocean lines and then wilh rail road lines. Tbe first thing the com panics did, however, wtfl lo combine with one another and destroy railroail cotunelition and then combine to buy 111 a corrupt ocean line. Van Wycl hclll that if congress bad Ihe to forfeit lands ftir breach of the conditions under wbSchitwas granted, congress had tho right lo dale Ibe forfeiture from dale of breach of the conditions, only lakinL' care of Ihe rights of settlers, Mnsey held that all Ibe government grunts of railroad laud should tie for- feited thai not been earned within tbc time prescribed by tbc granting acts He denied tbe Northern f'ncitic had any nr equitable igbl to land not enrned. said the bill ......_ -lie senate proposed forfeit about acres adjacent to u tion of the line that had not been built As to the Cascade branch. Dolph be- loved it to be of the greatest importance tu tbe commerce of the northwest and !hat branch should be completed Ihroiu-h !o ihe Pacific. Brown said the government had in- Jlructed ihe Northern Pacific, as each 25 miles wat completed, to present a favor- able certificate of tbe government's agents that eaeh section TM accepted aa complete, according lo ihe contract. The ;overnment rave no notice that it would nsist on tbe forfeiture, and the govern went accepted Ibe road in sections as completed. The 75 uncompleled miles of the Cucade branch constituted the moil important aection of a road whose completion was of the utmost conte- quence lo the people of the northwesl George desired lo speak, bul the hour King late, a suggestion was made that he defer hit speech till lo-morrow. A motion to go into executive session defeated by the republicans' as also a motion lo adjourn. began his remarks, but had not proceeded when another motion o ro into executive session waa made, .'bich failed. Several motion? lo ad- ourn then alternated with motions lo go inlo executive Msaion, all failing. Edmundj suggested that the senalon rho profesaed Ihe mosl anxiety to have O I 'rt- IJ IU UBTe he forfeiture bill passed seemed the most determined nvt to come to a vote n it. Tbe aenate being in confusion George emarked that if the senators insisted on proceeding with bis remarks at this ate hour [he bad a dozen law books on Uc desk] be thought it due to him that he senalon should listen to the remarks. Any senator who did not wish to hear what he bad to say, could retire from Ihe hamber. After tonic further progress, with, tke rgurnent, George was relieved by a new notion to adjourn, which seemed lo lave a better prospecl nf success In be course of tbe debate Plumb gave otice tkat on Friday raoraing be would all up the conference re posluffice appropriation bill acts. The lloor District A bill fl arner of Ohio, calling on Ihe of Ibe Interior fer information thowing the extent and location of for eign holdingi of what were formerly public lands and how title to such lands By J. M. Taylor, of Tennessee. to abolish agencies: alto for lo provide for tbe payment of the surplue Bonded interest bearing debt on Ihe government. By Rlanchard, of I.ousiana. calling the secretary of tbe interior for in- formation aa to the number of persons Pensions by virtue of special ,'at then accorded to the of Columbia committee paased prohibiting book making of al! kinds and pool idling in the district. A bill to Incorporate tho Mshmglon Cable railway company of tbe districtof Columbia, gave rise to con sidcrablediscuMion, Iwing advocate.] by Heard, of Mifsouri. and opposed by Gibson, of West Virginia, bul no action was taken, and Ihe house then ad- journed. KATE AND FELONY. A CiAMK KANSAS CITY IVKvTSPA- MAV fc-nftaiinnal Shootlna; Astray on r Crowded ttireel rord. of ihc- Time., ami Two Othera Woundrd bv Hlr.li- Iv No Mrra I.oel, Ktc. rrecn. He leaves lamnv wno can as- tign no cause for the rath ileed. Far Twelve txrnc Yeare. CIXCIX.VITI. June Herman, late director of tke city infirmarv. was day sentenced to tho penitentiary for 15 yeart upon in for mis appropntlmg the fundiof the Infirmary, to whick he bad pleaded guilty. bail Fatal CBIC.KIO. June forlorn hone i waa taken tbi. morning in the case of Aelton h. Hansen, the officer who kct not and who hat been hovering be- tween life and death in ike county hospital for several weckt Saturday, his left leg amputated and it was faacied that tbc strain on his en ferblcd system was too greai, It was then decided by ihe hospital thai the only mean-thatofferrd of (living bis life, or even of prolonging it foTit short time, was the infusing into his veftis of a iiuanlilyof fresh blood from a heWtbv robust man Krick the oflcer'i brothcr-iu-lmw, offered himself for tbe operation. This afternoon an Incision was made in tbe mkla artery of bis lefl arm and four ouncesibf blood allowed to rush out. An incisioB was then made in Officer Hansen's right- arm. and the process of transferring his1 brother in law's blood into the patient wat accomplished. He movc-d restlessly to and fro. nnd afler A time a THK SAD END OP MAD A Deiemale eUrvijrjrle tiM Oee Lake Reexiite IB. tbe iTeetsi iTtmt "If AtteadlBO; PtTel- Mwdevwi kr vbe Maw Irteh Newa. Etc. Loswx June M-Uueca Victoria has offered the Conspte ParU, doriM fxilv from France, lander lerau of Ike expulsion bill, the use of naietiUBl CBV> lie. where Louise Pkillpoc kntap and where he died. The CoaipO Dn I'aris has declined Ike queen'a oeTer eat the ground that he does not Inlead lo re- slde in England OMCkoT ML-NII-II. Bav.. June U LodwU re- cently deposed from Ibe BaTaruw tkieew. comuiltied tuiclde at 8 o'clock yetterdcr UA lia.l n..t He had gone out for a iu the park of caMle, me- comparded Dr. Oueder. his rljattlaa Tiie king suddenly threw htosKlf iatte the Blemberg lakd and waa drowavd. The physician Jumped iatu the water to kinf wu droWMd. The medical commisaioa which Ined the Klaj Ludwigraport Ikal had ordered the members of 4-ery CITY. Knn nal June shootln. ..u, for about two boiirs be longed ttitkc Fiiurta Ue be uuiiu ,'iL-tifjri mati wK3 wounded in tlie anus, bodv and lezs lie leaves a wifu ami six eliiMren. A affair occurred sliorllv after .1 this inL; nt the corner of Mnth and Mn! streets in this city, in which Dr. Morrl son Mumford. proprietor of the Time and two other persons were shot by W A. Carlisle, attorney of this cily. Tb locality LA known ns thi- junrlioQ when M.iin and Delaware hlrtcls unite nn tbe Ninth street Cubic cara receive an. lischarge of Ibe greater portiou of tbei [lam-nijcrs. Muuiford accompanied by jenllerurui friend bail come from Tinirs building I" take Ibc car goin :ssl. Hunir.irJ entered the car, wliii'l TasalKiiit completely tilted with -ind was nboul lo lake H seat near th dour when t'arliie. who; had been stand Tic near the- Kirit National bank build n few feet away, came up to tli' IMalfnrin of the car, dr.-twing a revolve aad fpoLn to Muinfunl. saying: "Yoi nave traduced my wife. 1 kill kil at tbc same moment tir at at tbc Mui same iford, moment rho three feel distant. Tbe ball atruc him hi tlie side, glancing from tbc ri and lodging under the skin just below Ibe breast bone. Carlisle quickly again, the bat! cutting his Intended vie coat, and striking Hits Jennie Streeter, a girl of 16. who occupied the next scat in ihe car. Mumford then Hooped forward, trying in the mean while to draw bis revolver. CarlUli stepped into the street on Ibe tomb sidi aaki began firing through ibe window one ball striking a passenger namcc loan Hale iu Ihe face. After firing Ive shots in rapid succession. Carlisle started ID run around the forward, or grip car attached to tbe other one. bu was seixed by two officers. Mumtort teppert down to tbe pavement oulho lorlh side with a revolver drawn am evelied. lie was Ihoiighl to have been alally wounded. He Imd tried to jbool ml bad not been able lo tire the weapon le called to Ihe officers to let Carlisle and give bystanders him iiuickly chance, intcrftrec and persuaded lue doctor to give ut up his He was taken to Dr. ackson's office in the building adjoining, where the bullej in the breatt was extracted and tbe wound dressed After which he was removed home. ,'arlisle was conducted down Main treet, followed by an angry crowd, lis action in shooting indiscriminately ntn Ibroog aroused the greatest iudig- ation. Threats of violence were made tbe pris- carriage I sides. At Seventh street Ibe pris- ons put into a c hurried to the ttatioo sev ner ral stonej being hurled" after The ebiole. Mi is Streeter walked to the aveineot and sal down. A carriage was alltd and she was taken home and her wound dressed. The bail was found to ing Be WOUJQ WJUiiu l UK uan was JOUnu IO :port on tbe nave passed through the desliy ffortirm unl. j of the left breast. Though painful the At 6, George having the floor on wound is not The bulkl be forfeiture bill, the senate, adjourned. struck Hall's face lodged inhij head HoauK of Keprceeiitativee. and hns nr.l yet bee l removed. His life June I4-M of called up the of he committee on jublic recom- rr.endiag concurrence in Mnatc to tbe Atlantic aad Pacific and forfeiture bill. Mr. McRae, of Ar ansas, vigorously opposed ibe senate amendments, contending that nolwith- anding the title of tke bill, tke adon- on of the would convert te bill into a confirmatory act. The re- >ort of tke committee was agreed to and he ameidmeMs were concurred in. L'adcr call of states tbe following bilit. It., were introduced and referred: By Wheeler, of Iowa, a resolution re- a reeointion offered some dayt ago 7 Kelly, of Pennsylvania, directusg Ibe -iblfc printer to omit Iran the perma- record speech delivered br upon Edwin M. SUBIOB and for tke BppointKeat of a coal- mittee to excnine tke speech. ...........danger except in case of ervsip cl.is. which is feared soniFjwhat. Mum- fonl. remained cool and collected thrim.-zhmil the general excite- ment over tbe nffnir. is resting !fra reSectknt iatimatcd tkat ke bad lal EdwiB M. ataBton or any erpret- jj DO! criminal libertjes 'o Abraham Lin I Carlisle made a dealt! of 1 JSP aad "olo-1 print, bin did aotbriag aa BrHclatM, Of ladiaaa, (ky nqaBM IrecTM the coBaitu ail- tary to laqure iato tke ICIIMCIJ a military poit al Tort Brown ?s eras. weil to-night, and will toon recover. Carlisle is at the police station in cus- tody. Ibc trouble origibiited in the publica- tion by tLe Times of charges against Carlisle's professional and moral charac- ter. On Hay 13th the Times published an account of.a trip to California by Car lisle and Hiss Sallie Currie. a young heirc-is lo a fortune of on which the young lady traveled as his Mrs. Cyliale and their llree chil- dren ineanwkileremainiigbereathotne la this connection the Times charred that Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle kad enticed the firl iron ker mother Hrs. Joseph Hendricklon, ud kept her at their bouae f or tke purpoee of get- I ting moaey away from her. II wai aleo 1 tkat he had takea improper libertiej with the "'-'-.flhe ckargvJsi. libel anil, M was retrBetWd to do Vy the peper ia 1 pri he He is a proaa km of tkc JB m fiuaHiMVUBB-i OT leM Methodist chuck, wtth which Mite Cm- lee it alao eoiBMted. Carlisle has of ate several tintee tkreatened Maaafurd't BftUwit.. Vurt before ir Ike a >H.t coS-iUet' ".shw., The Imland City Smllrn l.j ihe Hea- Oree) Daoaar r from other causes. tbe lime ic thus seeks to reserve is to a great ex- tent engrossed by loose whote calls are a persona] and social nature, or by he presentation of business which might easily be postponed to another day. At lalf past I o'clock every Slondar and at he sanie hour on pnUe mo Ihe ambulance attempted to re- store animation in hogci and onlr ceaeawl al resuscitation al xildllfht. when life s nronoui both cases. King Lud raused deep gloom ovc- it is seen pUinl Ibtt th) deeply attached to the klngtaDuevKHBoee are everywhere manifest popolar caused by his IraglcHeath. The Pulloe OAl.vbTuN, TLI.. June Munich have IXSUPK! bulletin: "Tke king qaleUy to ibe advice of tbe medical rnifimlejiam tnd left for Berg castle. Ing hl  brother. Otto, wko at oact aeaan_____ title of kin; under Ike anaae of Otto I. lie is three years yovmnrthca bavlnn been horn Apr? 17, however, will he tiaplr a BeeuM) Uav. ss he Is medially Incapable of tke gar ernment, and Prince Lnltpold, hit Be.- cle, will remain regent. CleueraU of the army have taken the oath of sib I.ISBH to Prince LuilpoM as regent. Barariaa troops took oaths similar to those swore. by tbe generals. THE OEKOMMO WAR- Ijateat Atrocltlee of thr TOIJISTOXK. Arizona, Jute neiL were killed by the OBI Wednesday, oo the Sat Pedro, la SoKjra. Ive miles below the like. AdvioM froea Deming announce the Badlnr of te body of a man on Ike Florida monmtate. dead some lime. In kit pockets were letters addressed to Ckarlei T. Wither. the ckkft and siib-caieci who have surrendered to the to date nnoilxn-sixbteeu papert here say they adviae pcafte to narck on the retenratioa, cleajt it Bee) and spare neither nae, woaaaa or While (hit ii not tke tenliavintof flke periple of that section tbeyezp >ours. Ibc remainder   reocited: _Siw Wxnxnmm, B C., JeuMlt.- h, iB ere and all arefiae state-gites. It IJcorce ami reported thM tta. killed by Appacbn, nefert rslakaeawj'i raid, hninee died, f rats (rtef aad kk._ _ the effects of the jrhicb__ night of husband. txMenwmt dvrt.cC captivity. Her teat Scotch a of taued wke eke wae ke nre ker hhlew- pBterSuWher Jtniisiwi. ceW- "If irean air of cwantry lo which Ike wkttea ejejt amy oiker reporM Ike e   

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