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UAILROAtl T1MM TAIII.K. nl ami Ureal Ni.lllirm Western Ksterisloiil Ifarrtibnra? and San Antnuln LEAVED. 7:1 a. in. 4:V.t p. in. Advertising Directory. IOIC HOHC, hardwaro aril houso furnlphlnir iroods, removed to 401 Commcreo ftreet. IiOWCEl prices guaranteed, l-10-lin MOM V JloAl ply nt tit JOMN TNSTItlJCTIONH rlrcn liy Joseph sldcnec, nu AlsinostreM. 1 lo-ini PACIFIC IIOTKU IW. West Commerce street, San Antonio. Nlco rooms and (rood tare, llnnrd, per day, il; per neck, n. I'. II. I'ettv, Proprietor. ll(!m I'NIOHTS rVTIIIAS, I!lk fodco No an, l mcctaovery Thursday at ?! p. m. Cnsllo in Fireman's 1111. Vlnillnir brethren welromo Dlt. J. 1!. IUIHHDINIJ, Dentist, Ofllcv, Alamo block, corner Commerce nnd Al'imo strocls.San Antonio. I 12-lin Van Antonio. riNK (lOOIlS. LOW Milt 1 h V. Lorra, Merchant Tailor, tlommcrco St., .War ItrMf,'!-. lias received tho largest Block or English, French nnd Oertoan soodsover hroUKhtlothls city. All styles ami colors. Only llrst.class tailors employed. Suits mado up In tliu latoht stylo, at tho lowest possible prices, and a per iod in truaranueu. Main Plata, San Antonio. Tex a. Co. Pronriolors. N. S. BURNHAM, M. D. 272 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, All iltnmuinnnr F.vf. and TCiir treated III most approved munnor with tho latest appll aneoo. Crooked eyes stralKhtonod, artllfolal, A. W. DILLAJtl), ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, No. 1U Solcdud Street, Uoora 5, 8an Antonio, Toxas. Will practice In all tho courts o( Texas. DECIDKD BY Royal Havana Lottery. February 9, 1884. Number for NumberPrize foM'rlzo With ISO additional prizes. Only 23.000 Tickets. 933 Prizes. BciiBDirr.K. j Capital Prlio i Prlros, two each n.noo I.IKO i,au l.a) I. (MO II, 510 703 Prlzosas above, bclnir tho full num ber In tho Itoyal Havana, and 10 Additional l'rixes of $3 each to tho SUOtlckoUhavlniras ondlmr num ber tho two terminal units or (ho number drawing tho Capital Prize of JU.OOO 1.1W ICC1 Prizes, amounting In U. 8. (told to. J KS.OIO Ticket. HU.OI). Halves, l.OO, Tho Itoyul Havana ductal list decides every prlzo. Subject lo uo manipulation, not Irnllnd hv iho nartlos in mtoretit. hon trolled by tho pur ties m manaitod, H la tho fairest, suuarcst and host thlnn that oould bo conceived. ALL rUIZR3 PAID OH PH&jKNTATlON For Information and particulars addroaa o' apply to v SHIP8KY COMPANY, 1313 Uroadway, Now York City. (6 Bait Uandolph Street, Chlcaro 111., Or W.'W. WAU.INO, No. 8 West Oommorco Btreot and No,8 Alamo Plaia San Antonio Maud Muller. I have teen a good rnsny poeras willi lhe above title, and as there seems In he no taw against willing them I have mule up my mind to take advantage or this criminal negligence on the part of Government and write one my self. Not being even so much as third cousiu to poet I hope the reader will excuse breaks, Maudo Muller on a summer day Hat In Iho parlor making-bay. lli-sldo her robed In n-lory stood A very pink of perfection dude. An utterly utter tio he wnro An eycKlasson his check hu bore. Spoken. He was another bore of the largest calibre himself, but Maude did not know It. Maud had mi time to think of any thing outside of her own hardships, and to backbite her father fnr not giving her more money. And no wonder, for Her Sunday haras worn half worn nut And curled as limp ns a Holder's snout. And out of n closet full of shoe There wasn't a pair that slid cmil.l u . IChlcily because they wureNo.tTs.l And in all her life of 1 years. She thouirht, while a rrtsli.t of woman's tears Hunt forth and tell Irom her soft lilunn)cs Llko summer showirs from cloudless skies. And a inUhty sob her inrwt strlnar broko "I Iiavu never hud n sealskin cloak." Spokcn.No onlinary corset string of tpun cotton, either; but a ten-mule power, double-back action leather thong, cut from the old man's saddle skirls years before, when in her dawning teens she first began lo realize the Importance of pinching her body in two at the middle, lly the way, that was the reason she could not think. The connec tion between her stomach and brain was cut off. She had tlysprpsiaof the head no blood to digest her Ideas and no ideas to digest; a very common disease now days. And thus It was that life was su beset with trials that she resolved to end them all in marriage. So she consumed valuable lime (that she might hsve used to advantage In chewing the hard end of an old file) trjine to rope in this cari cature oi a donkey for a husband. Ho was far from tlm cheapest of his elan s lie was no three for n quarter man, 'Villi u r,.cont eanunnd u rublir collar, Ho rarurod ushlitli ns n "hcluvndollar. lie was thodiide Hi it ruled tho roost And irii'o.tiMltidciim Its bliunwt boont When Una riotn out Iho eniulo past Till jr.. mis homo t.iok Ha cant, Home twenty i-ttr turn or moro When thy wliolo tillm scirco reached a score. He was soft as m 1 1 s! i. yet hard as steel s Sort ,u the howl mid hard In tho licol. When It rnlreil he knew cnoiiirh to iro In, Ashlsinarrluito Proved. Ills "old mini's tin" lie had smiandercil fust, till thoold man said "I wl!i that tho ejot weie dead or wed." O'poken Therefore it happened that when Maude bade him good bye thai night the wedding day was Cued, and she told her father and asked him for a check. next day sun aslicd him fof nnothor ho next day rho asked him for another ck. Tho ! check. xt day she aeked htm for another Ttio next day il check asked him tor nnuthcr T nurt dy she asked him fur another The next dsy but ,why regale the printers 'villi "phat takes," when they are already making so much money their purses are threatened with apoiilexy, and they them selves ore becoming bloated bondholders. It is enough to say that when the hinges of the check machine woie nut nnd would not work she began to run hlni in debt. She was very happy about this time, up to her eyes in vel vets and brocades and laces. She tripped bout. And trolled nnopcrntlcnlr, And smlhil to hear thooldmnii awcar. Sho had tho world hy Iho tall at lat. And madu up her mind to hold It fust, Till tall hold for car-hold wus changed by tho priest. And all was secure for this life at least. Tor this life forsooth 1 It was hardly n day lefoio sho know the do'll was to pay. It t was Work orstnrve. As Hie tveeks liv Sim silently di led tliotcar In her wo, A dreary leirend above her door A dilapidated sIiIi-kH bore, 'Twos this! "i'laln (owlnir wanted here." So Maude worked mi from car to your. Shomadotho llvlnnnd aawed Iho wood. Hut llkudeath to u nbrtfcr sho stuck lo tho dude. Child ron camu with Maxell curls And he aworu beeauno they worn "no 'count KlrU'.' I.nrtythoseorn hubrutall hurled On tho wile who only broimht .'Klrls to tho worlo', I'ntll tho dread or tho motherhood pall. Tlio dread of his nniter was added amain. There camo a day when her poor old dad Totrcthor with all the Imncnuo he hud; A Bhostly vallso with his battered soul Away trom his earthly huuuts forth stole. 'Twns thoRuddcst day of tho saddest year In all Maudo's years and days so diear -Slneo her father llrst had stroked her curls And called her Iho dearest of Utile itlrls. She thouEht of this as sho looked at his clay, And many a thouirht sho hu J that day. She thouirht of the ohlcks In her own home nest. , nu nun euciirrou iicncum mat lovinir urcaai. And fed nnd warmrd from his limited hold whero hor cuhliard waa bsro and her hearth was colli. Slid know at least of tho warm trim heart That had n thouirht from his child apart. "rimrnterul" she said of horsclf that day. "Unlovlnir to ono who was lovlnr nlway," And sho hid her faco In vain retcrct mie uusicrini; roars ncr not chocks wet. "Too lale" she tald "Is tho bitterest word I'liat over tho heat t of a mortal stirred," And sho took up her burden of llfoaiiuln, Tlihikluir only "It might have been." f ho split tho wood with a nlx-eome-arnusn wuiiaiior dude lay tnorintr the roof olT tho house. Sho ruu tho eternal sowing machino Tu keep tho Uro Its his black dhudeon. nald for his poiktnils rim mint I tin store. Wullu ho audited tho whisky a la nature. Ilutono mornluir sho irot up "tother end too;" Her tempsr was tlx and lirr blood was blue; "Thlsstatoof thhiKS will ueverdo." Sho said, and I tell you she meant It, too. "Throuirhout this dreary world so wide, Prom Alfred to Omaha,1' sho cried. All th hursconsnlro tliinilirh thick and thin To keep tho womcu uadcr mid in." Spoken. I tell you the was mad as sin.l Up rose her dudo'seommandlnir voleo; "What rlirht has a wuiimu to havo her iholco or Iho walks of lifer Her duty Is clear. To wait on her husband, his lire to cheer, (lo pray for thosplrlt to bear your life As becomes a dutllul, lovinir wllu," Taught to pray from curliest youth, Tauifht to look up for every truth, Sho thouirht for a moment hor dude was rhfht And promised to pray that very nluht. Hut when she kneeled down to beirln Spoken. She couldn't find tho combina tion. And no sho picked herself up airaln. "llloveti years," sho said, ' I've prayed, Crylnir aloft for lorelnu aid, With what result all eyes can sco It ever answer eamo to mo Slnca llrbt I bent tho iilmblo hlniro In abject holplessnLss to crlniro To somooutaidoand uuknowu power That uuswers bore this very hour. And surer It has a sterner rlnir Than preachers preach or psalm Ista sing. TIIUST NEITHER OOIM HOIt I'OWEIl NOR PELV, Use yuuii own urainu anu ueli ruunxKLf, Spoken. This was the crisis of Maude's life. A great truth had dawned upon her in telligence, aid she began to cast about In ber mind how she could actualize rt. To get rid of ber dude for a few days, to convert their elTects Into coin and run off to Dakota with the young ones where land could be pre empted was her best thought. This she car ried out to perfection. Her dude made no very vigorous attempts to follow, discouraged in his deilre tn do so by the kicks she sent by mall. In Dakota the neighbors helped erect a shanty lor her, and all went well. She worked hard both indoors and outdoors, but a feeling of independence backed her in every effort, and she grew to be a glortoutlv happy womsn. She would wslk three miles lo a quilting and knll all the way there, joking with her comrades on the way, and It tvss said ker laugh could be heatd a half mile off. She would put two of the tow heads on one old plow horse ana get on the other with the remaining young ones and ride lo miles to a ball in a country school house. And when there, though perhaps she hsd been hoeing corn all day and felt pretty tired, yet at the Srst sclrreech of the old fiddle she would be on her feet, snd would scarcely sit down a minute till the morning sunshine came pouring In on the jolly crowd. Then back to her farm and her work. It was rich to see her kill the snakes that tried to frighten her lo death, Shu scrunched 'em ben. nth hrr lit I lo heel And lauabed outllke ttin very do'el To think of the time now iiunmuplel Wheu tkn sliiht ur an curlb worm mado her sUoal, Spoken. Maude Muller Is there yet as happy as a king. Her girls are growing up around her in robust and splendid beauty. There Is no one in her family to order then about and scowl at them, and no one to make her afraid ns she sits under the vine and fig tree of her own planting. Vive la Maude Muller I Would there were more like her. .1. A. II IIOSACK. F. MeC. Nkwtoi I losack &Nevlon, Vff I In vo laryo storo rooms for Confttiro aiotitd at No. U Comal Mock, on ! I ountnu stive t CHINESE. TEA STORE, HAM KAY. ... Proprietor. Dealer In ftvsh ton, China nnd Jnpnncso iriMM., children' toy, silk tiftttilht'rehlf-rt., aud UhltH-PO UowiTr, and nil klndnoC tiut'llUn. liitornatiouaUGroai Northoro HATT iWAY. 'Nine Card, lu KflVct July 22. IjuuvuHtiii Antonio bound North at 7:lfi tii., 12:1.', i. in. Arrive p. ui. and 8 p. m Lcuvo for TArcdo U p. in. urrlro from Tarcdo 7:1.'. h. m. Truln lea. In Han Antonto 7:4r,a. m. hu to faiuoiH rilLLMAN HOTEL I'AH throiiKh to St. Iouts without chance. Train lea viiii? Fan Antonio nt 12:15 p. m. has Pullman PahitttSlocphitf car to St, Louis. Two oxpruHS trains dally between San Antonio, St. Louis, and Austin. Clone oinnictlons at Littlo Itock for tho Southeast, and In the Union depot, St. Louis, with all express trains. For tickets, rates, time cards or any Infor mation uuplv to J. H. LANDItY, iVkct Clerk. 13 Commerce streot, San Antonio, Tex. II. 1'. IIUdllKS, Passenger Airent, Houston, Toz II. W.McCULI.OUQH, A.O.P.A., Marshall, Toz. H.C.TOWN8END.O. P. A., St. Louis, Mo II. M. HOXlIt, Third Vlco-Prcsldont, St. Louis, Mo. Clias. H. Mayllold, ATTORNEY -AT - LAW, 10 Solcdad St., San Antonio. Boerne Hotel HOKHNK, KKNI)AI,LCOTEX., JAMES T. CLARKE, 1'roprletor, lloorno, na a hoalth resort. Is unequalled In this Stato or country, especially for pulmonary and kindred coinnlnfntR. Tho nlmin hotpl has tKJon tlioroutfhly ronovutod, and per fcons fuvorlnif It with thulr ltatronafre will llnd every thlnsr as conducive to tholr com fort as can bo found In Western Toms. Uitk and spacious rooms, with southerly exposure, well furnished, carpeted and well ventilated, OUGliWifr on vnrftnilnji 1M) fmit lnrnr fuirh. Tlio IIDKHNI'. HUTKL Is directly orpclto thestatre olllco and within two minutes walk of tbo post and telegraph ollloes. Mull mid IlrNt-class stAKe uttiiy, pihkus win vhu ror ana ueitver passca iforsaiiil btitrf uko at this hotel. livery atton lion Paid to iruesta and tho travellmr uubllc. hirst class accommodations for commercial imveiers. io-sr-iv J. C. BREEDING & SON, AKOHITEOT8 JOHN H. OOPEIjAND, Attorney anil Counsellor nt Law, mill Notary Public. Olllco i No. 230 West Commerce atreel lulra. Practices In all tho courts. 10- U K. WALTIIAL Bit YAH OALUQllAH WALTHALL & OALLAGHAN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Sau Antoulu, Texas. NARC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer. ' Sau Antonio. Texas. ARE YOU AFFLICTED ? A Brief Description o the Diseases a fmv References of Remarkable Cures, By Dr. N. S. Burnham, Sah Antiinln li.nir (elt tho need of a skillful Throat. Tho Inlialiltanlsuf nil this immcitsn Stale, when rciiilrliiv tho services of mvh skill weraeompelled Intnakoliinir Journe)aliidistaiitcltlisBlKrtsN'nse, such us Kuumia City, St. Louis and Chlenen. and still further Hast, tu order to obtain relief fur disco.' nllllclimr icso onrnns and parts. Many of tho citizens of this Stat'Oho went skill, tnndo Iho acquaintance of the Oeullsl, Auilst and Lar) uitlt. JDt. 1ST. S. Burnliam, ho had charitoaf thft KansaiClty, Mo Hye, Ilir and Thru it lnTlritiirr. They, ono nnd all unltinl InttnrlnirhlnitoenmotnlhHiHiliit In hlellmato, eomiH'lle.1 a chiuuro, and so Sail Atitimloiralne.1 a specialist who was known by moof her own citizens, nnd many In tho State, to imnw-ss the rcpilslto skill In nil of Its ilcllcattOind vartrd operations and treatment, crowned his etToitsiiinl he has won lliocndiirtna!rmtitudo of liiindrtHls whom he has treated from nil pari of Iho State. A few of them areititen below ns reference. A few remarks In regard to thUdlwifo may Nearly all luivo Iho trouble atfomotlmo Inthoacutelfonn nnd call it n cidd. Hometlmcs they flro aw uro they hardly set over ono cold until thuy havunnothcr. Thocnld, or moro proH'rly srenklnjr, tho catarrh, then brcomo sub-acute. My tuvloct till runs Into a ilinmlc form. Bornctlmcs ltlslocatol In thu ntwissometinut the throat, orlotti. Sooner or later, It affects tho can, caulnir frcfpicnt ririKlnK ur ronrliiv In tho car, or other nntm-a. Home times violent IntUm.ttlon, ouinlutr oxcrn chit Imt piln, and tho ncuteneiw of hearing Is hwciuM In a Kr enter or less dtKrte. Very often, tH, It extends up throUKh ii littlo duct from tho nose to ono or tho other and even bothcyes, causinff several different form of dlcncs of tho eye. Nearly all aro familiar with catarrh lu tho form of bronchitis. Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly all IU stares do phynlclans. They neither preparo thcin8el.es or necesrtary to treat this troublesome disease, as apprehend' tho danger they aroln when they imtbtnir but a cold,' and yet that so-called cold deafncsM, blindness, lottrt of smell, loss of voter.', Any or several of theso.may follow and bocatiiUHl which I h.ivo ptrmisslon to use, who Imvo leen of Its forms slnco 1 havelbcou loaned hero: J. K. uoblnsou. Catarrh In tlmmt, 8nn Antonio: San Antonio Lh.iit; F. Kuhn, Catnrrh of tlio head, Denver, Colorado! MIhs Mary Fniscr, Catarrh of tho throat nnd ears, Nova Scotia! Frank tfowtou, Citarih of tho throat and ejes. Ban Antonio; Miss II. Loundsbury, Catarrh of tlio throat and head, San Antonio. Scores moro intirht bo added to thl list th.it I hato cured slnco locate.1 In this city, but I will uly mention ono moro tvt a rcmarkahlu Inibiueo of bow much wood can bo dono that cl its of lucurnble, so-culled, Consumptives. G. U'.Tye, In tho head and throat, finally the luntrs bceamo 1 a very bad couh, became much emaciated by his physician In tho last aud Ineurablo utao t winter, nearly a year luro. Uo ooinmenmid 1 1 saw no moro of him until a few days nun, and weighed thirty pounds moro than ho over Tlie A few word now In roran. to the car may who aro sulferers fr.un varied and numerous form of dlqcaAf, Very few people need undnn: to consult an Aurist when they havu a dlschartro of matter from It, csicchilly If aecomjianleil by a foul smell, yet somo will, and that ton, struuiroas It may sound In this day of cnlltfht mont, by ndvicoof ph)flclans, but surely It Is tuver dono by ono who. understand dUvuscs of this ortran. It Is a lameutablo fact that somo of tho older this j)lnt) havo a prejudice against tho utipp.itfO o( purulent dischartrcH from tho ear, but this Is based upon the erroneous teachings of old Frcn'-'li writer. Oil Vernoy aud Hard I). It. St. John H(Ksa, M. IK, 1U I., I'roloAHor of Dlseaoesof Hyoand Kur In tho Uiilverblty of Now ork City; Hurtreon of Manhattan l.yo.and Far and Far Hospital, etc., aud who tsconslderod tho last work: Thero la no pathological OTperlonro thatltlsdangcn)U8tostoutdlseharg(frouilhoiKir. Let anyone acipiatnted with anatomy, consider this fact that there Is, iHihas, no part of tho human body which has more Important auatora'cal relations. Tho cavity of tho tymp.inaum Is covorol over by a thin bony plate. hlch Is tu direct communication with tho cerebral monlugoa; tho Hoor la cIoui tn tho great Juglar, Its Internal wall Is tho labyrinth wall, covered only by very thin membrane, and ojen- lug Into tho branches of tho aeouetta nerve, whllo on tho outside wo havo a thin inembrano about asthlukns paper. It Is eaiy to seo that u continuous destruction of theso parts by sup puration, unless cured, In this part would sooner or later, (which It always does), lead to serious trouMt-aln tho brain. andBomotlmosln thu luugsorhoart. I llnd a largo perecntago of tho casca having a "running car" havo also n cough, cured, Instead of being woroe. Then thcro is another claw of comb that sometimes consult tho doctor, they complain of ringing or roaring or other uolgcs lu tho enr. quinine perhaps Is given, this may ho relieved s u lie re r hurl his fearsullayod by recovering purtlally from the Urat attack, nnd so docs not feci anyunTlrtythlstlmoandtrlesthooldroineJyatialn.lt falls and Ho does everything else they try, and their friends don't sympithUo as there Is uo external evidence ot tho suffering caused by this condition, but this, at least, causes them to hunt upun Aiirlat, who examines tho enr, and ho tlnds tho enr, pet Imps, so far'gono that it IsJinpoHslbh to restoro Its full hearing pjworf, and ho must havo great skill Indeed to stop tho course of tho dbteaso and kocp tho hearing from being lost entirely, so far do those cases If nronlo would iro to tho Aurist ovory tlmo not wait to consult physicians nnd othors, they would suffer far less and preservo tholr hearing much better, ns nc.iry all thodlflo.no- of thii organ aro curable, osp ecially In tho llrst Btages. Bpnco will only nllow a few nnmcs'for reference who have boon cured of ear diseases hetu by to. Scores moro might bo added; A. A, D rogehcr, San Antonio; W. Del tart, Itoornc; Jamet Davis, San Antonio; fjrnrgc, sou of W,C. Dnughcrty, SherllT Frio County, IVarsall, J. H. Murphy SauAntonlo;I..'r.AllenlFearsat,TexaH;J.lf..Iouort,Saii Antonio; .Major T. T, Teel, San Antonio; J. C. Oionuoyer, Ban Antonio. Til Tlio diseases of tho ejo nro very numerous-nearly nized by tho oculist, all requiring different vision. Vet nothing shows tho folly ttfgulugtothu general physician ror treatment of this organ, than tho factthatho lmsonly suftlclentty btudlcd this complicated organ suRtclently torccognlzo from threo to a dozen. His In this, rcinedlos to tho aud tho different affections of tho Oculist consist. Nearly all tho diseases of tho eye are curable, and properly treated and attended tola tho fnjuro permanently the visum. Imt those cases bllnduosssofrequcntlyf are cases In which thoro baa been delay In secKing an Oculist, and valuable tlmo was wasted by trying somo domestic remedies, or what Is nearly ns bad, tr)fng tho ordinary physician I do not mean by my remarks abovo to condemn or critic. tho general practitioner for treating Catarrh or diseases of tho live or F..ir relief to all who ure Buffering In any and ovory can. llut they will all honestly confess that remedies, Instrument!, nor the time to acquire cases. What I do want everybody to understand 1s of tho human body, In order to acquire tho mid tho iihvilcian will deal honest I v with his I seo In this country raanv cases of Strabismus, ("crooked ores" they uro irenernllr termed). which Is a defect in appearance, unerrtaJu vision and weakens It. Nearly every ono of these eases cau be completely cured, aud somo of them without any operation. Children should never start to tchool without having this rem oil ted. lVnll.tR Itmt turn out Rhowlno- tlm Innlde. nrtlman tluit turn lu and lrrltato tho nWwhall. ran nil bo perfectly curod. Artltlelal eyes can Im3 periecuy natural, i imvo a mrgo siockoi mem Oldirramilatod lids cured sure I v. A few names aro given below for reference might bo given if uecessary, but theso havo u mo rent ana yci uioet common lorm oi uiscadn oi ino eyoi I. 11. Hrt-odlnir, San Antonio. Illcnliarills Cl liar Is: Major Tt T. Teel. Qan Antonio. Ptcryirlu II. O. Uadstnte. San Antonio. (Irnnular I.lds Stricture lachrymal Duets; U II. I ji ml tort, (Daughter). San Atnonio, lllennorrhiealo Conjuuo tlvltls; Anton Italamuda, Sau Antonio, Acute Conjunctivitis; J. W. Casey, (Daughter), San Irldn tJvelitln: it. J. Vincent. Cotulla. I J let r on and Kerato-Irltls; W. J. hoggc, llagjo Pass, viuc, cirauiaumv; aiact) Duron, iioimuni, i.iunqiium nnu incniasifl; uowiri unor, rana J-iana, Decker, Stoekdalo, Trunmatlo Ulcer and Truumatle Ulaucoma. Includetl In tho reference given Is tlio iiamoof W. J. lfoggo.from F.aglo Past. Ho had been blind for yours, aud tho operation was so successful and gave him such good vision that a phy sician, who had practiced lu New York City for years, said when he saw It a fow days ago that It was better than anv ho had over saw before ThUttatlont wuuMmt tn mn liilm r-niiriimv of Dr. II. A-Koerppcn, of Pledras Nogras, Moxleo, who was also kind enough to assist lu tho For, further Information address N. S. Burnham, M. D. Corner of Houston and St. Marys' ef the Bye, Ear and J hr oat, VJith stioclallst In treatltur disease of the llye, IVir and to Kansas City for the iK'iieill nl an ih iiIMs Tor - is. 1'lnally Iiilllmt henlth, rum I hy tho nti.l sltieo loeatlnir hero tho trreatiwt slice hns not bo outof plnoo hero, ns It Is w common. can b3 cured. Hut peoplo neglect It, nnd so with tho Instruments or knowIetlKO lulllcleht a rule, and thus people themselves do not enmult n physician and ho tells them, "(I I Its In a vast numbur of eaacs Is tho Hint start of of biryngllK HrunchltU and C Misumptlou. by a netflcctcd cold, Itcdow urea fnw names tre.ttrnl by me with benefit for Catarrh In somu T. It. Johnton, Catarrh It, throat, Manntrer of Loon SprtnKS, liad Catarrh for somo years alfected ami ho hail several hiumorrbayes aud and a con 11 r mini invalid, ami was pronounced of consumption. Uo eamo tn mo for treatment to train Desh and went to work In tho pprfinr, when ho eamo In bnttfirltiH' how well ho wa did.. Bars. not bo uiiluterestln losomu, wpeclatly thnso phrtdcl ins (without uuy special knowlcdtro on Hospital; Coii8utthi.r Surgeon of Itrooklyn Kyo very best authority on tho subject, says In his on record which can sustain the iwwertlon nnd when tho ear Iscurcd tho cough Is also Uo tells them they have cold and n done of for a time, butsouner ur later returns, but tho run before tho ponplc consult competent skill, nnythlug wns the matter with tholr earn, nnd Texas; W. W. Iterry, Ilau., Sau Antonio, Texas; Bye. SdO In number, clearly doflnod, and recog treatment In order to euro them and restoro good nnd tho careful application of properly selected thu eye, that tho superiority and the even lu tho severe forms If clearly understood earlier stages before It has had tlmo to destroy or that show blemishes and defects of vision and that occur In his practice. It Is his duty togtvo way possible, uud uo doubt nil do tho Itcst they thov havo not theneans. In tho shape of selected the skill and practlco to do Justice to tli that 1 hero aro n class of specially Instructed and greatest amount of skill In treating 1U affection iiiitroua who irlvea them such advlco. lltU'd uud worn without nny pain aud to look always on nanu. that havo boon cured by me here. Many moro boon selected bocautjo each ono represents n and Keratitis: Frank Newton. Han Antonio. Corneui V. H. llrown. L.((mvlll(i. (Imiiulur I.ldil Cataract; George Ijocshhurg, (Daughter), Castro- Uypoplon; W, J. Terri berry, Saltlllo, Mexico! Oculist,-Aurist-and Laryngisl streets. Jowolry E.HERTZBERG, And Dcilrrlii Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Mocks, tWCall and oxmnlno my slock and price be fore ImylnK elsewhere. All roods will bo sold under written KUarantcc. K. IIr.tiTxnr.iui. ELL & BRO'S. No. M Commerce Street. i fear Sliver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC. ex. Sartor, feliuiakor and jowolcr Mo. 18 CoMMiacc Smtrr, may tf San AhtoMo, TsatAt. S. STERN, M8 Coninierco Street, DIAMONDS! Watches, Fine Jewelry. No. SIS Commoroo Street, San Antonio, Tozas. articular attention paid to repairing. Traders' National Bank COi Comineroa StrMt, SAN ANTONIO TRXA8 Transacts a Kencral banklnir ustnoas. TO PRINTERS! For Bale, at a Itirgaln I Two Washluglon Hand Presses, Ono a C column press, tho other B cdlumn. Also. 1,000 POUNDS OF TYPE! llrcvior, Ixinit 1'rlmcr, l'lca and Nonparlol. tlood order and plenty of sorts. Address : T. II. JOHNSON, 1-Sl-tf Ijonr office. Ucrwlck Hay Oysters. I am prepared to furnish tn hotel keepers, restaurant proprietors and whotesalo dealers tho celebrated llorwlckbay oysters, and fresh 1 1 ult tlsh. Packed on loo to any town lu Western Texas, O. O, I). ltespceUully, PRANK STARR. 12-3-lui Ban Antonio, Tolas. Daily Hack Line From San AutoBlo to FloresvlUe JEWELETICIAN