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   San Antonio Daily Express (Newspaper) - October 17, 1886, San Antonio, Texas                             K tv ?Y i: CO., CHINA HALL, 409, 411, 413, 415 Houston Street. 1886. Fall Season. 1887. .__ e .cnlon o UOLK8A.LE BUYERS to our mlomlid STOCK of JOUBINU GOODS now complcUMn all departments of om- busineM. Wo aek yoiir inspection of our STOCK. 1'KICES and TKKMS orders for CUOCKEHY. CUINA LASS. WOODEN. WILLOW TI I AMPS d KAMI'S E BUYERS to OCTOBER 17. leS6 FISHING OUT THE DEAD. VICTIMS OK TUESDAY'S HOR- HOK BKISG FOUND. The AWJ.I Calamltjr Natwcripttone of Money and 1'rorlalona for The SurrlTon Storm Note a Klaearhere. Sjpeoia.1 -A.tt4nt.ion r.ovo'.Tcck'o, I __________ Toys. Dolls and Fire Works, have broughtou, ,11 ib. We Holicxety O-oocis, And offer extra iiiducenimits to thosn mako early selec- tions ju this line. GREGORY CO., China Hall. NEW YORK CITY, ----Via.---- a s, from Gulveston Every Wcduestday atul Saturday Morulnir. BAN ANTONIO TO NEW VOItK..........................CAnW 851.50; BTEEKAOK Wl.M W. J. YOUNG. Crn'lpRsa.ABer.t, 12 West C'uturccrfo Bt. San Anlonlo, TLJM. For Low Prices and the Best Goods go to the Popu lar Corner Drug Store of L. ORYNSKI CO., ".....-.-.VI.'. October baa so proroundlyaBcctcdtbls clly In many yian as thn receipt of tho final particular! of thl terrible dlswtcral Pablno I'asa and Johnson's Calvostonlan, have IT relatlvea among the lost or refugees, anil Iho disaster comes homo lo them wllh keen anguish. An racelln? or men oe- to solicit relief was appointed. tee collected three Ih.usand dollars to-day and large quantities or clothing, food and Household necessities. Ono IhousatiddolhVr, has been telegraphed the benefit of Iho sufferers at anil the remaining iwo thousand is being ex- pended bchair of Iho survivor" or Jolinson-a Ilayou dlslrli-l. Tho proprietors ortbosehooner A.lellB nml tho tug Kstello Imvo genrrously tendered iho use or llirlr vif sels lo Iho rellel eniuinlltee. Find tlio was loaded with Buppllrstodny forlboslrlck- sufferers. Uver worlb of Hour i-on, cunreo, sugar, molasses, hNnikcls. kit- Chen titcnaUg Bnu tBblu cullcry TUM plnccd of fresh water, boxes i apparel ami rtriy now calico o'clock lo-nUlit the Adclta, Vto .11 "'o coast foi Sablne. She n i 171' lo-morrow o Ailellit will then proceed alono up Balilno IIan 'Ii Uayoii, whero tho food wrapjicn. At u ehlMren: Mr. Locke, hu wire ami seven call- Korgufon Vn I Ihree chlldretii HcrryandTlaushler 'iV" two children; Sam! llurcnellsandelrHt children: Mrs. Phil Wal- iryand fuiir children; Ceo. i-levens aud four children: Mr. FranshiMI, wife aad -rrand Iour vi i Chlldl Tuocnake. and four eh.ldren, Jack Toochakes ami seven children, Mrs. St.wkins and three chlhlren. Dr. flco Smith, wiro and four children. All Iho above, werowhltc people. The followliur Is a Hat or colored whoso -bodies havo been re- covered and Identified; Klcnor Johnson and wlfo Hlchard Hamhrlck, xlfo and nvo children, rmenlay V.? stern-whctl iliantT kinlly I'. arrlveO at Johnson's Ilavou and brought lo Oranxo many us shu 1" ESTABLISHED, 1865 they Blood I any clothes except what tnin hats, slioes, coats and dresses. Then) wants promptly supplied by tho good people at thli. 1'laee The rcfueee3 were mado ror the night. Tills being Sutimlay tlio Rinlly, Hi ninko regular trips Places of from here ana n until all nro broughl to cy. llho le wlio have torso stock sny ihoy 1m re Iho lorover. They iwoplo In pnst, mado Johnson s buy x vast ..rBirge gruve. 1'rosl :a.no and Then Ibry ,urned to and BUKiirand Mock ralslng.only lo meet bo fnto ur thu foix-fnthrrs. IX tiiu hnuwiirl of Mock onco tlio bayou d or, sli HIIIUWIIKJ lire whlli DRAWING TO A CLOSE. THB ItlOHMOND ICONVKNTION NKAR1XO ADJOURNMENT. N'.mber. of Delegates Already [.eft fur Home- Important I'rovlaloaai and Amenitmentn In the Con- Imlior Nntee. Kic. JIM I1I.AINE or MAINK. The Planned knight HaaSoraa Bars) Thing, to Mar Abo.t IToMbllloa.   day and vra. absent from Ibo convention, remain- ing In Hi room tho grealur [Kirtlon of tho nay. In hi] absence flencral Sccrelury I.ltch- At Ilieallornuon session eoii- Elilcralkin of tho toiKirt nu ihe revision of tho constitution as It camo the hands or tho eomnilttlo on law Is a llttlo diercrent Ibere." reeled Mr. ...jlne. -I presume IT thequesllon was nib- inltteil lo a popular vote It would bo defeated, and that Is tho very reaaon why Ihe lemiKirauco ranallci apposo such a propoal- lli'ti. It Is true that Ibo repuhlk-an rirtr prohlbllkw la Is but every law lhal haa tcniled n any way lo suppren, the liquor IralBo has lK-eli passed by rcpuMlcan 1 re- meiiilK-r an anoc-lolo that flor. ticymottr toM mn hli-riFelf, which thla very question and whk'b Is by Iho way, against pmhll.ltkm. Seymour with Mr. IX'levan prohlbl- Uon In Iho Flair New VUTk." '.Vow.' said .vyniour, 'Mippi.-o wo Im.l a community In where tho was ahiolmuly i.roltlblle.1 nnd where o wear.- ,Klk, K, Mr. llclcviin. -Hut Ibat', Iho r It It lioti1 Well.-sal.lPi.jmoiir.- fo.' n-iille.1 IH-levan! o have of Just 1 KOHE1ON XOTKJI. Cholera In Corea. SAX ritAKCKOn. tfctober ad- Mces slalo Ibat cholera Is still raging fiercely n Co Tbe discaso hu more than declai. in Core lutlon of The Latcat Iteporta. ll.ifaTDX, OctolH-r Tbo Utest from neuiiiiiont Is to effect that Ibo Hleamer Hulil. has arrived with auoul 7n or the surror- ers ou lioanl. and that everything possible la being dune fur Iheir eomfort. No new dovelopinont, como lo llgh" except liicreafe.l morlulliy at Johnson's llaynu. names or UK) victims havo not. however, been obulned. Tho veTy a. m., states lhat us bodies havo been recovered BI Sabluo 1'asa At Jolinaon's Bnyou. EW Dclobor M.-A dispatch from Johnson's Bayou, dated October ISth snys thai the villago of Haycn, lilgh rldffo on tho sea coast. bavou 't takes IM runs llmt section tbo settlement In whlcli Is also sllualed B 110.1 oIBco known as Radfonl. Tlio> nro In Cnm cron parish, on tho "liofe miles east of Pass. Tho bayou I, nineteen miles in langth anil varies from ono 5 o rna I J" "'U ani1 I marsh. Tlicpopiiotlon on last Tuesday uumbered soul, Tp-day 85 of that number are covered will, water. Forty of fboir bodies havo recovered and conilgncd tn grave., In the shell reef, whilo "he i llo iWo marsbes. iladronl was very thickly seitlod and populous tt boasted colto, and cotton anil cane [.lanlndon It fhn ...u uoru uui or m jHmuiatloi] touts, ovot a Iboueaml dully succu o the disease, while an many forcaus as ln-re aro iicoplo tho stute or Coloraila have liccn swept away already. It Ii say whero tbe plague will stop. Never has there been a more 'rlgbtful record nf ravages of tho disease in the history or mankind. Tho story of the plaguo of Umdon Is beggared t.y what Is now going on In Seoul. They are be- ginning to give over the task ofbnrrring Iho dead anil tho city Is threatened with positive extinction. War Preparations. IlHtti.ix, October 1'osl saysil hears .rein a reliable source lhat tho war ministry hits ordered the rapid building of ZOOC ,allwar carriages at Augslrerg. NunJngui-g .ml Mu- nich. Tho people arc asking whal ihls means. Another HolluohJld Gone. HiANKi-oitT, (lermany. October Kurl Hothscblld, of Iho banking tlrm' died suddenly heart disease. The Field Atsalnat Knaala. I.OSHOJT, Octobor 1'Mt suj-s al- tiave mutually dctcrinined upon Husginii agirresilMi In llulgnrla. Sweden'bus opposition. n u then, that knsslK Auelria anil Gennnny that she dues nut mean to occupy llulgaria. Tho nallyTulegruph's VIonna eorrc-spon.iont io on aw Sec.loo B, relating 10 name. Jiirlsdlrlkin aiid niemlnnihlp, was M-IlbiM action. Beclion treating or the Bortho general assembly and rcpro- n. wiu ami'inleil ROM to chsngo Iho basla of representation from otin rlclegBto for each thousand member, to one for every aoco ami to tnikn an allowance for tnlli'am-, vaynblo by Iho lennral asMrnbly. II was then adopted. Section 3, treating of Ihe goneral assembly. wa.H adoplei] aricr two clauses hail been soas loread: "Any general officer, whether a representative or not Ii (o rc-clectlon, and any or past represuntBtlve to Ibo gciieml assembly or otncor Is ellglbloto election for anj ofrleelnthoBeneralaaMmlily except that of genera] matter workman Jn tho clansu or section i, relatlnglo ll.a duties of ofliocn. an anmnjnicnt was made by irhtch, In case or death, reslgtmllon or ro- movBl or Ibe generll master workman. Ibo geiioral worthy roreiuan shall succeed ami perrorm all Ihe duties of and become, cimar.l raaslor workman till the noicl stolon c.r tho joneral assembly, when thoro shall be an election lo Oil Iho position. In teotlnnS re- lating to stato assemblies, amendments were adopted l.r wbluh Ibo fonnallon or stnto think Ibe pnihMiItlon party move- ment Is tmii.h more danaxunila than IholalKW inqitlrcd the vcirri'intnnktil -Vw. for Ihe n-amn lhat the rnrmer lends tu dhnipl tbo rDpnbllncu p.irty. It la the stiaiigest thing thing ml, mJJ part) IIIMI think thai wo are centlnually flghlliig when we .re for nslnro ahooal that Ibo Inoxplk-abln. 1 Iblak Kaluo Injured adopl scmh iloplal Iks la nmilo opllonal, instead of compul- Further ameudmcnls wero wbli'h iloclnred wo tuler. 1 L. D. MURPHY, ATTORNEY -AT- LAW. KKIDUOI, A We are showing a very su line of MEN'S SUITS, YOUTH'S SUITS, 'n Cassimeres, Cheviots and Worsteds, perfect fitting and well made. We consider them good value at 816 OUE PEIOE See our Derby Hats at and See our Great Suits for Boys! OVKKSmilTS. HOSIERY WKCKTIES. and horses were wo "trt the outer i steam vosaela Tuesday. In happiness andcontentrnent were a lot of people unlll t o'clock, after which Ihe storm detcemledupoa them. Everybody look to theli; homes and walto.1 with tlio rato which they foresaw. TbeT water bl rHinc, wind swept Ihrougl, lnwfr StainlinlonT ror Hci-ent. SOFIA October llulgarlan govern- ment will scn.l to each of the powers. Including lo ask them to B ror tho Bulgarian throne. IT the powers do not reply tho government wi' te ]uris.Ik> llou of Ihe oilstlng district asMmbllet remain unchanged, unless thoy Iheuiich-M consent in tho change.. Thn general assom. lilyalso resolved not lo Interfere will, nation- at trades dIMrlcIs, an amendment tn iho sections relating lei them was adopted, pm- viding that nu local assembly sbAll lie coni- to Join a district assembly. Ihni per- inltllng Irailo local assemblies to romln tlielr Imlepemleneo. Another amendment. which was adopted provides for an Inter- cbanio or working cards with trades unions, agreeing to reciprocal by receiving Knlghui of Ijbor cards. Tho general aawmbly ad- Journod until Motulsv. when sueh portion! nf tho revision of tho constitution at It Is de- termined to act on at tho present session will IKI deposed of. plluslnofs was transacted wjiti mich dlsjialch In tho artcrnoon that xime dekv I.ii in jiaiuo injured tlio tblnl parly movemenl vt-i-y Nell can only bo oxplalinil the eroundlhal helinnoHl nmn." "What do jnu think nf llrnry  ou hare doubts alxnit a being "Xone. wbalcver. It's never refused In Imporlanl caaed." PKOJf MvKIN.N'KV, TBX. Uaed Hla Head for a Billiard Ball. McKusir. October FSaeciaJ rnemKrofthe Opera Ifoufc bandit on a drunk todayaid entered tho KlnV sak-en. to deiaollsh lamrx, glasses AftoMaJ. barkeeper Ooald at Hanaaa Cllj. S CITT, October Jny Could, l> on an annual Inipeitlon Inur or Ihe Mis- souri Pacific, was a vlntornn 'change lo-day anil made a brier (po-cb. Tho Slar afterwards ht-in" a cunTtreneo wllh B nurjibcr of local capitalist, nnd real estate ovi-m rf at lo concen- Iralo here tho Xltsturl I'sUfk- now ratcd at several po4nta In the vicinity to w located In Ibo east bottoms MJolBuig tho city. Cotion Croo. annual bank or coct.m .latutks, compiled by   

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