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ItMl.ltOAI) TIMR TA11I.F. International anil (treat Northern RiprcM ! J:a.n Kiprcos ISlSp.i Western Bl-nlon I tJ.p. (Ulveston, llarrlaburg and gun Antonio. Houston tRxpress) Houston (Mixed).. Westward To and (rum El Paso).... UATDI. I ?3-i a.m. :& p. in. ao a. M a. IJACIFIU IIOTKU 13"l West Comincrco I street. Sail Antonln. Nice rooms and good rare. Ilnard, por day, $1; pe r week, II. I. II. I'aiTT, Proprietor. l-IO-Sm l'i Fireman's Hall. Vlsltlus- brethren welcome streets, Mm Antimlo. DH. CI. W.l'lllI.Ml'r'.dcnHftolricoiHOnm. tncroustreet, overNloTcngg'a bonk store Pan Antonio. l.lS-Sm, INK OOODN. LOW I 111! Ih V. Lorra, Merctat I Coramrrcc St., Xuar ItridKr. lis received tbe lirgtst "tuck ( Kugllsr. French and Ocrman goods ever hroiighMu this ltr. All stylos and colors. Only nrtt-clans tailors omployod. Sultsinado up in the latest stylo, at the lowest poeslhle prli. and a pcr (oct lit guarantied. Mtln ri. Sun Antonio. Tmm. Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirietors. c. l. mFeller, ARCHITECT! 233 and 235 Houston Street. N. S. BUHNHAM, M. D., All diseases of Eye and Eur troatod In most approved manner with the latest appli ances. Crooked eyes straightened, artlllclal. Inserted to move naturally, em- Me. Uincoat Ban Antonio live and liar Iuflrmary, corner of Houston aud tit. Marys' streets. A. W. D1LLRD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, No. 12 Solctlad Street, Room S, San Antonio, Texas, all the courts of Toxas. Will practice in 10-lJ-tt 3STEW IPHj-AJtST. DECIDED I1Y Logic. 1. Her Kcspoctablo I'apa's. "Mr dcar,tio senslblol Upon my word. This, for swwonian even. Is attsuid. If Is Income's nnt a hundred pounds, 1 know. He's not wortb loving" "And I lovohlraso." II, HcrMolher's. " Vml silly child, he's well infdn anil tall: lint looks are far from being alt In at). Unsocial standing's Inw, hla tmll)'s I iw, lie's not worth lovlng"-'Yct I lovo him so. III. Her Kternal Friend's "I that be picking- up thn fallen f sn I My dear, bo's such an awkward, utly man I You mu.t bcce'talu, pet. to answer 'no,' He's not worth pnlng" -"Vet I loc hun s " IV. Iter llinther'a "llyjovel werela glrl-'hough h rrldlmp I wouldn't has e n milk-and-water-chap. The man has not aslr-glu spark of 'irn,' lie's not worth loving" "Vet I tote hlin so,' V Her Own. "And wore ho every thlnir to which I listened: Thouiih ho wero awkward, uirlr (and heltn't). Poor, low-born and destitute or irn,' He Is worth lovlnir, for I Invo hltn m " Chambers' Journal. Kentucky Women, From the Toledo lllade. Ah to women, the KcntucMtui cnrrlca Ills devotion to a point that la delightful, If It Is ntigtiri). Ho loves n lino woman with n love that Is lutlf ruverencc. lie does not loro her ns tho lion tloes tho lnnih, to cnt her, hut with nn ncknmvl edKinent tltnt elm Is the superior helm;. 1 1 1 nt sho wus (-rented to ho loved ami cherished, ntul all that sort of thing, ami that to love nml cherish Is not only n pleasure, but the hlchest duty. This comes from tho fact that Ken tnckv has a stylo of women to tie found nowhere else, riivslcullv splendid thev arc cxceedliiKlv well endowed tncntnlly, Staehely & Tips No. SO Commerce fttrt, Sun A a lonlo. Dealers Jn Builders Hardware, Iron, Steel, , Mora Ahoee. ITomI Work. And Toolt of Kterj Deeerlptto PAINTS and OILS, fam machinery Royal Havana Lottery. February 21, 1884. Number for Number Prize for Prize With 210 additional prizes Only 21,000 Tickets. 735 Frizes. BCI1SD0L. 1 Capital Prise S 8,000 1 " 1,500 1 l,un 2 Prizes, t00 each , and tho peculiar feeling thu Kentucky Kentieman nus lor luem inaKes tliem Def ter than they would otherwise he. They rcoiprncnte the feeling. They strive to ho worthy tho adoration hestowed on them. They finite understand that no man will worship a sham, oven In petti coats, and so they do what Is In them to ho worth, individually, tho considera tion tho hentiicklim feels hound to ac cord them collectively. Knelt woman strives to ho ncttially what every man In Kentucky holds It as it point of honor to consider n woman to he. Tho moral to this Is that If men want women to riso to the height of their no tions, tho llrst step to make them so Is to so consider them. 1'iit tho standard where you will, they will make n des perate struggle to reach It. Better Than a Monument of Marble, rrom tho Chicago Inter Ocean. Wendell Phillips avoided nil titles, preferring his simple name. The facts are that no title that could liavo been conferred by tho greatest of earth would have added n feather's weight to the dignity or memory of the great philan thropist. Ily his untiring labors for the poor nntl oppressed of every clime and color and condition, he erected a monu ment to his memory more enduring than marble, because good deeds goon widen ing and deepening through the centuries. Definition of the Dude, From th New York Hun, A man Is not n dude because ho wears artistically fashioned garments. Ills clothes alono do not make the dude, by which wo mean a sort of colorless indi vidual, with a torpid mind, affecting in difference to everything which ought most to interest men, and of no discover able use in the world. A dude In fact Is n fool. Directory of the Churches Scrvlci are bold At llio InllowInK named jburchea In this city every Sunday, 1'mtvntnnl Kptftcoiml St. Mark's Uatheilrnl, i Hct eidfnr TriivUfliiimrt, UfKht Itov. It. W. II. I'.llloU. Illnlmp nt ilittdiucctfoor VrnUTuTeia; Vary Uur Walter It. itl chard sou Dean, Mora Inir ervlconat 11 o'clock; uvcntnir service at 8 o'clock; Friday sorvlcu at ftp. in,; Sunday school at 0:W a. m. Cuinhertand Pn-nbj'tprlan Churub.SoIodadSt. Hov. W It. Preston. Pastor. Services every Sunday mornirj and uenUiPr Suudayicbool every Sunday at 9:'0 n. ro. Prayer-meetlnir every Wpitncsflay ovt-nlug". St. Joint's Cliapft, divine servleu at h o'clock ii. in. Hfid Sundu) school at 4 p. tn. St. Luke's Chapel BUndrtV school at 9 a. tn. Palno Methodist Kplucopal Cliureh South. Southwest cornor Travis aol Navarro Streets. I lev. M I). Ituynolds, Pastor. Services at 11 a. in. and TM p. in.. Sunday school ttUW a. m. Tvntli Street Church, near Sunset deoot.Sun day school at 9 a. ui. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. Pe can street and avouuo t bervlces Sunday at 11 a. ro. and 7:30 p. ni. Uev V. 8. Falktnburr, nnstor. Sohbnth school at 8 00 p. m.. Col. it. M. Moore, sujtcrltitendent. Prayer and pralso meetfnic ednesdar at 7:00 p. m. ' German M. IS. Church-Kben Ezer German M B. church, Vllllta street. Iter. G. Dosdall. pas tor. Services on Sunday at 10.00 a. m. and S p. tn. Wednesday oventntr sorvlces m T o'clock. Sunday school at U a.m. trt Presbyterian Church, corner Houston and North Flores streets. Iter. J.W. Nell, pas tor Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sun Oar school at 0 a. in. Itov. J. F. Wlttlch will preach In German In the First Presbyterian Church every Sunday evening at 4 o'clock, llcsldence No. 40.1, North Flo res strevt, Madison square Presbyterian Church. Iter. Jluctiauun, pastor, rreacninjr every llnsack & Newton. REAL ESTATE AGENTS 1ST llav la rife store rooms fur Couslirii netiUnt No. Comal lllocW.on Houston stree J. M. liCKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, OIllcc, 4B Solcdiul Ht San Antonio, Tolas. Pjtamlnatlon of title, and lanl lltliratlou a speclaltr. 1 no lj- O. II. llatbaway kas Just uocneU bis board Ins; bouse at 3U Vllllta street and asks bis fr.tads', as well as all deslrlnir Krol boardloir and lodglDa at reasonable flirurcs, to try him flth tbelr tiatrouave, 1-21-lm fir WIllTE STILL AUEAD. X Approximations to first prize, $100 each t Approximations to second, prlxo 210 Additional l'rlzea or $5 vacb to the ilOttekctsbavlnKas ending- nura bor the two terminal units or the number drawing the Capital Prize of ttt.ouu l,Oj0 73J Prizes, amounting In U, S.gold to..Ji.',lM TlokeU, Sja.OO. Italres, Ul.OO. The Itojral Havana olSclal list decides every prize. Subject to no manipulation, not con trolled by tbe parties la interest, honestly managed. It Is the fairest, snuarest and boat thing that oould be eoneelrod. boe that the name OOULD '4 CO., Is on the ticket. None others are genuine. ALT, PHIZES PAID ON PHUHENTATION 1213 itroadwar.Mew York City. 6s Bast ilandoipb Utreot, Chicago 1U., No. Alamo Plaza ban Antonio. .. U. C. Krerott. suuor- tendout. Lutheran St. John's Church, corner of Nuova and Pecan streets. Kev. A. Wleder, pastor, ticrvloes at 10 a. m. Itoman Catholic, Cathedral of San Fernando, between Main and Military plazas. Very Itev J. CNarez. lllsh.u. Itov. L. Uenolln. Driest. Low mass at , a. m. uigu mass at in a. m. v esper. 4 0. in. Cvanirellcal Church. Itev. William Meier. Pastor. Sorvlces at Tenth street Methodist Church: Sunday school at t p. m. St. Mary's Church, corner St. Mary's and Col. logos reets. very itev. z. j.uounsou, pasiur. Low mass 7 a. m. High mass 10a. in. Vespers h p. ra. fit. Jnsnnh'a fflnrmanl Church, east side Ala meda street, between Alamo and Uonbam sU. Very ltev. 11. Pcfferkorn. Low mass 7 a. tn. 11 lull maSu 10 a. in. V tuners SJ0 p. ui. SU MlcbH(Pollsh) Church.South side South street, u.tween innianoia ana Matagoraa sis. Very itov. Holer. High mass at 10 a. m. Draullne Convent Church. Auausta SU Itov. IS. M. UulTord, ructdr. Low masa HM a. m. Sun- uay scuooi v a. m. vesperasp. m. COLOItKl) '.CUUltCUKS. t lllnmL naatnr. service every Sunday at 3 and 8 pf m. Prayer meeting every Tuceuar and preaching At 8 p. m. ou Thursday. ' New Light Free Mission Baptist, Lavaoca street, rourtn ward, Itov. J. Holmes, pastor, tiervioea every Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every Friday, preaching at p. m. on v ouncsuay ana oaiuruay, SU Paul Methodist, east Alameda street. Rev j' it. uirnes, pastor, nervices every ounuayi anu uuuuiwiayaua fTiaay nignta. Afrloan Methodist Church, opposite Santa Iloaa Hospital, Socond Ward. Kev. J,C. Emory Macedonia Baptist Church, Pecan street. Ber L. U.Jordan, pastor. Servloes every Sunday at 3 and 8 o'clock d. m. Sabbath school at 9 a. tn. Services Thursday night and prayer meet- ARE YO'U AFFLICTED? A Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye. Ear and Throat, With a few References of Remarkable Cures, By Dr. N. S. Burnham. San AntoiiKi long felt II need of a skillful specialist In treating- dlseaae of the: Rye, Ear and ThroaL Tholnlialiltantsof all this Immense State, when limiting tho services of such skill worooompclled ti tnako lung Journeys to distant cities nt arrat expense, such as Kansas City, St. loulsanclChlcairii. andsllllfiirtlu r lint, innrler to obtain relief for diseases atlllcllnr these organs and parts. Many of the citizens of this flal.;who went to Kausas City for the benent of au oculists skill, made the acquaintance of the Oculist, Aurlat and Mrynglst. HDr. 3ST. S. Burnham, who had charge. f the Kansas City, M,i., Eye, Ktr an I Throat Intlrrasry. They, one and all unltiil In urging him to viimoUithUiMilut lu Texas. Finally falling health, eautej by tho cold climate, compelled a change, ami so Sn Antonlcigalned a specialist who was known by some of her own citizens, and many In tho State, to ikwwh the requisite skill In all of Its dollcate'and vntitd fiiratlonsttud treatinenUnndalncoloeatlngheretho greatest success has crowned his ettorts and he has won the enduring gratitude of hundreds whom he has treated from all parts of the State. A few of thrm aru len below as reference. Catarrh. A few rvmarks In retranl to thtsitlseaso may not bo out of pine here, a It U Nmrly nil hare tho trouble t tome tlrno In th ncuteCform an J mil It a cold. Sometimes they KroAwaru they bsrilly Ktt over onocxild until thoyhnvennother. Theeohl, or more properly siaklntr, tho cntnrrh, then beemiio iul-Acuto. Ily neirlect this runs Into a chronlo form. Sometimes ltlslociited In tho nose; sometimes tho throftt ortxUh. Sooner or Inter, It affect tlioears, etiuslnir freuent rlnrlitK or ronrhit In the ears, or other nolsts. Hometlmea lolent lntUtnntlon, uiiminir oxcruclitliu tulnani the acuteneu of hearlnn la lestioned In irreater or leM tleirrte. Very often, too, It extends tip throuKh a Utile duct from tho nose to one or tho other and even bothee, causing socml dltTerent form of dlseaa of the ore. Nearly all are familiar with catarrh lu tho form of bmneliiti. Catarrh lu aIIHs formand niarly all lUsUkres can bjcurod. Hut pople neirloet It, and so do phjslo'ans. They neither prepuro themsehea rlih thoIiiHtruiuents or kuovrlediro suOIcient or necessary to treat this troublesome diseiuvo, as a rule, auJ thus ieoplu themselves do not apprehend tho danger they are In when they consult n physician aid ho tells thorn, "01 Its nothlnjr but a eotd, And yet thitt sticaltel cold In a yaiI number of cases U tho flrslj start of deafneM, blindness, lot of smell, loan of volci, of Itryriitltf llronchltw and Couiumptlon, Any or several of these may follow aud bocausol by a neglected cold, Hclow area few nainca which I havo penulrtslon to uso, who have been treated by mo with benellt for Catarrh lu sorao of Us forms since I hiive!bceu louattM berot J, F. Uoblnsou, Catarrh In throat, Nut Antonio; T. 11. Johnson, Catarrh In throat, Manatrur Sm Antonio Light; F. Kuhn, Catarrh of tho bond. Denver, Colorado; Miss Mary Frawr, Catarrh of tho throat and ears, No a Scotia; Frank Newton, Cutarrh of tho throut and eyes, San Antonio; Miss IS. Loundshury, Ottarrli of tho throat and head. Sail Antonio. Scores more nilubt be added to thtf list that 1 havofurdslnco located In this olt, but 1 will only mention one more us a remarkable Instance of bow much irood cau bo done that class lucurable, so-ealled,Coii4urnptUes. G. V. Tye, of lyxm Spring, had Catarrh for some years lu tho head and throat, finally the Iuiiks became a tire ted nud ho tiad several hieinorrhaires and had a very bad coutrb, beaine much emaciated nod a confirmed Invalid, and was pronounced by his physician In the lat and Incuroblostau-unf consumption. Huoame to me for treatment last winter, nearl a year atro. Ho commenceil to train llesh and went to work In the sprlntri aud I saw no more of him until n few daysaito, vheu hooituo la brHirtflntf bnw well be wa aud weUhd thirty poum'i more tbun he eer did. And HcalrT in Watchcf, Diamonds, Jcuelry, Silverware, tlockv, KVCttUandoiamlneiny stock and prleet be fore buying eliewhoro. AUtrootls will bo sold iler written guarantee. R. IIiiRTrBino. BELL & BRO'S. No. It, Commerce Sttvet, Ttie Ears. The Improved White baa mora valuable I'Up'rovements thau Any other sewlnir machine. It Is simple aud perfect lu all 1U parts. Self setting iieedlMelf threadlng-shuttle. . Runs Light -Sews Fast. And U almost nolsless; winds every bobbin a ooth as a spool of silk. Warranted for five years. Call and exiunlne beforu buying elno wherc. No. 403 Avenue lv, opposlto public school Iiouwj. f l-3ml W. G.ERPS AGENT. CHINESE TEA STORE, Dealer In fresh tea. China aud Jananese roods, children's tors, silk handkerchiefs. And Chinese flowers, Ana all kinds of novelties. Chas. II. Mayflold, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, 10 Solfdad St., San Antonio. BoerneHotel IIOtntNB, KENDALL CO., TEX., JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. Tloerne, as a health resort. Is unequalled la this Statu or country, espoolally forpulmonary and kindred complaints. Tho above hotel has been thoroughly renovated, and per sons favoring It with their patronage will nnd evervtblnsr as conducive to tbelr com fort as can be found In Western Texas. Largo ana spacious rooms, wun soutneriy exposure, well furnished, carneted and well ventilated. opening nn verandas 180 feet long each. The 1K1EUN u llUTEli is directly opposite tno stage and telegraph offices. Mall and nrst-class sta; dally, btages will call for and deliver passe A few wurdsiiuw lu regard to tho ear may not be unlnteresMng'lo some, esioclally those who are sufferers from vailed and numerous forms of disease. Very fow people need urging tn consult tin Aurlst when they have a discharge of matter from It, especially If accompanied by a foul smell, yet some will, and that too, strange as 11 may sound lu this dayrf cnllght' ment, by advice of physicians, but surely It Is nover done by unu wholunderstamls.dlaeascs of this organ. H Is alamentable fact that some of the older phrslul.ni (without any.seelal knowlelgo on this iiomt) havo a prejudice against the stoppage ol purulent discharges from the ear, but this Is based upon tho erroneous teachings of old French writers, Du Vcrnoy and Hard, I). II. St John lloosa, M.I)., LL.D., Professor of Diseases of Eye and Ii.tr in tho University of Ni York City; Surgeon of Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Uroaklyn lire and Eur Hospital, etc., and who Is oonsldcrod tho very best authority on tho sblijoct, says In hli last work 1 "Thcro Is no pathological experience on record which can sustain tho assertion that It Is dangerous to stop a discharge from the car. lot anyone acquainted with anatomy, consider this fact that there Is, perhaps, no part of tho human body which bis mora Imiiortant anatomical relations. Tho cavity of tho tympatiautn Is oovereJ over by a thin bony plaU which Is Indirect communication with thacercbr.l meninges; tbo tljor Is closa to thu great Juglar, Its Internal wall Is tho labyrinth wall, covered only by vory thin membrane, and open' lug Into tho branches of tho auouitlo nerve, while on tho outside wo havo u thin membrano about as thick as paper. It la easy toseo that it continuous destruction of thoao part, by sup puration, unless cured, tn this part would sooner or later, (which It always does), lead to serious troubles In tho brain, and somotlmealu thu lungs or heart. I find a largo percentage of tho having a "running ear" have iitao a cough, and wheu tbo ear is cured tho cough Is also' cured. Instead of being worse. Then there Is another class of eases that sometimes consult the uex'tur, they complain o: ringing or roaring or other noises In tho car. Ho lulls them ther have cold and a dnso of qulnlno perhaps Is given, this may bo relieved for a time, butsKmcr or later returns, but tbo sufferer had his fears allayed by recovering partially from the Orst attack, and so dues not feel any anxiety this tlmo aud tries tho old remedy again, It falls and 80 does everything else they try, and their friends don't sympathies as there is no oxtcrntl evldenco of the suffering caused by this condition, but this, at least, causes tliem to nunt up an .Mir 1st, who examines tno ear, and ho finds the ear, perhaps, so far gone that It Is ltnposslbljto restore Its full bearing powers, andbemust havo great skill Indeed tostop thocourso of tho dlseaso and keep tho hearing from being lost entirely, so far do those cases run beforo tbo pu oplo consult coin potent skill. If pooplo would go to tho Aurlst ovcry time anything was tho matter with their cars, and nut wait to consult pli)slclauaand othors, they would suffer far less and prcscrvo their hearing much better, as neary all tho dlsoaios of thlt organ aro cttnihlo, esp cclally In tho first stages. Apace will only allow a few names for reference who havo been cured of ear diseases here by ic. Scores more might bo added I A. A. Drcechcr, San Antonio; W. Dcltart, lloorno; James Davis, San Antonio; (Jeorge, son or W. O. Dougherty, Sheriff Frio County, l'eursall, Texas; w. W. Ilorry, Ew., Man Antonio, Texas; J. II. Murphy San Antonio; E.T. Allen, I'earsall.Texns; J. l!.Juuoa,Haii Antonio; Major T, Tool, San Antonio: J. C. Illermcycr, San Antonio. J. C. BREEDING & SON, AHOHITEOTB ltoosn No. x. Commerce street Alameda JOHN H. COPELANDi Attorney an Gonnsellor-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. NARC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer San Antonio. Texas. I B. WAUItLU,. STAH GALLAGIIAN WALTHALL & CALLAGHAH, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Sm Aitoilu, Texas. OfflMt llttyer building, south kast euru Til Eye- The diseases ol the eyo are very numerous nearly SIX) hi number, clearly denned, and recog nised by the oculist, all requiring dilTorcnt trcatnietit In order to cure tbem and restore good vision. Yet nothing shows the folly of going to tho genoral physician for treatment of this organ, than tho fact that ho has only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently to recogulxo from three tu a dozen. It Is In this, and tho carcrul application of properly selected remedies to tho aud tho different affections of tbo oyo, that tho superiority aud tho success of the Oculist consist. Nearly all tho disease of tho eyo aro curable, even in tho severe forms if clearly understood and properly treated and attendod to In tno earlier stages before it has had tlmo to destroy or Injnro permanently the vision. Hut those cases that show blemishes and defects of vlslou and blindness so frequently, are cases lu which thoro has been delay In socking an Oculist, and valuable tlmo was wasted by trying some domestic remedies, or what la nearly as bud, trying tho ordinary physician. 1 do not mean by my remarks above to condemn or erltlclso tho general practitioner for treatlog Catarrh or diseases of tho Kvo or Kar that occur In his practice. It Is hlrduty toglvo rollef to all who aro suffering In uny and ovcry way possible, and nodoubt alldo tho best they can. Hut tbey will all honestly confess that ther havo not tbe means. In tbo shape of solocted remedies. Instruments, nor tho tlmo to acquire tho skill and pructlc. to do Justice to these eases. What I do want everybody to understand Is that thereare a elass of specially instructed and experienced doctors, uion who huvo devoted mouoy, tlmo and study to theso particular parts of tho human body, lu order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In treating lu affections and diseases; and people wbo are suffering witu uny disease in tueao organs will, as rar at iMuisihin. iniKivpr the best and fullest use of theso organs, who sook the specialist tbo earliest and thu physician will deal honestly with his patrons who gives them Buch advice. 1 Beo In tbls ooutitry many eases ot mrauismus, t crooaeu eyes iney are generally icrmeui, which Is a defect In appcaranco, uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly every one uf these cases can be completely cured, and some of them without any operation. Children should Eyelids that turn out showing thelusldo, or those .that turn lu and Irritate thn eye-ball, can all bo perfectly cured. Arttucial eyes can no nttea auu worn wi perfectly natural. I have a largo stock of them always on hand, ni.l urnniilnted lids cured siirelv. A few names are given beluw for reference that havo been cured by ma hero. Many more might bo given it necessary, but mow navo occn seiecieu uecauso eacn ouu represents different and yet most common form of disease of tho eyo: II. 6. liadstate, ion Antonio, 'drauular Lids ami Keratitis; 'Frank Newton, d'an .Antonio', Ktrtetura Laehrvmal Ducts: 1,. 11. Lambert. (Daughter). San An onto. ltlennorrho?alo Conjunc tivitis; Antuu llaluinuda, ban Antonio, Acuto Conjunctivitis; J, W. Casey, (Daughter), ban Iridocyclitis; it. J. Vincent, Cotulla, Ulcer on Cornea; W. II llruwn, Lcesvllle, fJranular Lids ana Heraio-irilis; . J. iiogge, r.agio raiui, vautruci, ueorgu ijueosuurg, umuguier, uw vllle, Strablsams: Mace Sorell, llelmont, Eutroplum and Trichiasis; Robert Urler, l'una Ma Pterygium and Leukoma; II, dlurrls, ltanehn, cnronlo Conjunotlvltls and Keratitis; A. Decker, titocitdalo. Traumatic Ulcer and llypoplon; W, J, Terrlberry, BalUllo, ilex TrHilmnttn fllauooma. Included In the referenco given Is tho name of IV. J, llogge, from Iaglo Pass. IIo had been blind for years, and tbo operation waa so successful and gavehlm such good vision that a phy. Bician, wuo nau practice, in new i lira iiiy lor years, sain wueii au saw iiaiuw oays ago It was better than any ho had oversaw beforo. This patient was sent to me by llio courtes Dr. II. A. Koorppon, of Pledraa Ncvras, Mexloo, who waa also kind ouougu to Assist In operation, and to whos valuable aid a part of tho success Is duis For further information address N. S. Burnham, M. D. Oculist, Auiist and Laryngist Corner of Houston and St. Marys' streets. Jewelry, .HERTZBERG, EWwlTICIAH n Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches and Jewelry reiialreil. CltarRes rcneonablt. Vo tnlto iilensuro In sliow iiiK our gotnln, atitl lurolmsern aro ItivKwl to call. Knturitctlun warranled. ia-4-ly Alex. Sartor Watchmaker ana Jeweler, Xo. 18 Corntneree Street, SAN ANTONIO, - - TI3XAS. S. STERN, '-!4H Coiiimerca Street, 1 DIAMONDS! Watches, Fine Jewelry. Traders' National Bank S04 Oouimarca Utreet, BAN ANTONIO, .... THXAS Transacts a goneral banking uslaesa. TO PRINTERS! For Sale, at a llirgoin t Two WasliiBgton Uaud I'rf sscc, One a 5 column press, tbe other 8 column. Also. 1,000 POUNDS OF TYPE ! Drevier, Long l'flmor, Ilea and Nonpariel. Uood order and plenty of sor. A ddress t T. 11. JOIINUOX, Lonvick Bay Oysters. I am prepared to furnish to hotel keepers, restaurant proprietors and wholesale dealers tho oelebrated Uerwlck bay oysters, and fresti (lult Ush. Packed on ico to any town la Western Texas, C. U. 1. Kospoctfnllr.y PRANK STARR. U-3-Hm Son Anteulo, Texas. Daily Hack Line FreH 6aa Aatoalo to Flitrcsvllle Leaves San Antonio dally, at d a. ni., Sundays exoeptodOmoo at Central hotel, 1: N, I laker, sareni, -ll-Wl A. O. VICKlv'lT, lYop.