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The San Antonio Light.
ItAlLltOAD TIMK TAlll.K. International nnd Orrat Northern 7:44 a. in. l&15p.m. V.iQ p. in. Dalveaton, Ilarrlsbnrc anil Ban Antonio Houston (Express) louston-(.MIxod) . Westward (To and from El l'aso) Pacifio iioti:i, urn West Commcm street. San Antonio. Nlco rooms and gom! faro. Hoard, porday.Sl; ptr nk, 0. I". II. I'rrrr, Proprietor. I lo-2n I'NIUHTS PYTHIAS, Elk Urine Nn. nS, l inretscieryThursdayat;:.')) p. m. Castlo ri riromau a nan. visiting nrctnrcn welcome Hit. J. I!. IIUKKDI NO, Dentist. Oflli-o. Alamo u diock, corner uonimerco aim Ainm streets, Bsu Antonio. 1 ly-'lm rit. 0. W. I'llIM.Il'S. ilcntl.ti.nlro-JH Com" I J mcruo street, ovvrNITinrx'a iHHikatnro FINK GOODS. 1 1 I'lIK VH V. Lorra i CommciTo St., Near llritlfrc Una received the largtst stock n( English, French and Gorman good ever broughtto tbli cltr. All styles and colore. Only Unit-elan tallori employed. Suits mado up In tho latest style, at tho lowot possible prices, ami a per fect lit guaranU ed. Matin l'laca, Sua Antonio. Tenw. Fowler. Berliner & Co. Promietors. C. L. MUELLER, ARCHITECT! 233 and 2.55 Houston Street. N. S. BURNHAM, M. D., anoes. Crookod eyes stralghtonod, artificial, In sorted to move naturally, etc., hp. 0(11 co at 8ft 1 1 Antonio llvo nnd liar Infirmary, cor nor of Houston and Bt. Marys' streets. A. W. DILLAJtD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, No. 12 Solcilatl Street, . Room 5, Ban Antonio, Texas. Will practlcoln all the eourta of Texas. 10-19-tf City Property For Sale 1. Three and ono half acres on Nacogdochoa street, running to Han Podrn creek, with Ini proveuionta. Fine lrulc orchard on ground. 2. Iota 11 and 4, block fi, San Pedro avenue, a. Iot 0, bloek 7. Han Pedro avenue. 4. Two lota on Garden street, running through to Presa street. 6. Xjut ou South Presa stroot running to Gar den street, with Improvements. 0. Lots No. LI and 13, block 48, corner Llvo Oak and Dawson street,, with Improvements. 7. Two lota with Improvements, ou Blxth street, bctwoen Avcnuea I) and IS. . Five lots, corner Austin and (Imvson streets. Immediately cast turn of stroot railway, t). Fiity-two acres, with Improvements, Im mediately below Mission Conception, ami yards river front. 10. Lota with Improvements on Garza street, noar Ban Pedro springs. House two story; beautifully locuted. 11. Twenty-four acres, lot 210, west of San l'edro creek, at crossing of International and Bunsot railroads. 12. Ilousoandlot cornor North Coivmoand Hidalgo streets, on Franklin tqunro. 13. Entire block No. Si, and 8 lots In block No. IB, on Par i Avenue. It. t our lot, la block No. 23, abovo Upper Labjr ditch. 18. Vlltocn lota on Grand avenue, near Lone Btar brewory, running back to river. IT, Throe and (no hair lots In Post homo stead, oorncr Commerce, ltusk and North streets. 18. numuin lot no. t., near Prospect hill 20. Three lota ou lilmlrn stroot, corner Tren ton 1. seven lot, on Jaokson street. 23. SlxtvUvo and ono half acres under fence. with Improvements, known as "race and fair grounds." 23. Sovonty-flvolota on east side of Austin street, auovo punsei rounu iioubo. 21. Twenty llvo loU ou llurleson, Lamar, Hay, and llurnott street. 25. Twenty-ono acre, on South Floras street, runnlnir back to river. M. All property belonging to Messrs. Adams & Wlokes, comprising bulldlug lota noar Inter national, Bunset and Government depots, Ban Pedro springs aud other parts of tho city, which we off er at liberal prices, and on easy terms; also, all their Irrlgablo land, la and about the city. We will examlno titles, wrlto conveyance, attond to the renting of houses, negotiate loan, on reasonable terms. Notary publlo at OIS0O. J, 11, f lUiNUlt & CO., 873 Commerce street. WHITE PHAi. AMONG THE PROPHETS. Rlphiel'l Vole, of lh Heatcns forth, Month of March, 1864. Tlio positions of tho heavenly bodies at tho lunation on tho 23th of February nrd not very favorable. Tho planet urantw Is rising, and ho Indicates that tho mind of the eoplo will be unsettled, restless and that much traveling will occur. Tho position of Saturn In the ninth hcav.cns, Insipiaro to the lights, Is an argument of much distress in tho land, and that many deaths will occur through want or starvation, nnd Hint pauperisms will much Increase. There will ho shocVs of earthquakes In somo parts. This will ho an iinfavorahlo month for government, and also for royally, both abroad and at holnc. Trailo will bo bad, and tho returns for tho month will bo below tho average. The trnnslls of tho month nro wry similar to thoso for 1'Ybruary. .Mara will bo stationary In the mlddlo or tho month, nnd will cause serious troubles In Ireland, Spain and Italy; and tho transits of Saturn through Gemini will bring much woo to tho Inhabitants or tho big cities, and also tho States of .America. Tho mlddlo of tho month Is unfavorable for Turkey, anil tho Holy lands. Franco will bencllt tho latter part or the month. tiik M'Iiinu qiMirmi. Sol In Aries March 20, 1881. Tho Sun enters tho equinoctial sign Aries -1:15 In tho morning. Tho clfier positions In tho map arc: Saturn on the ctiBp of tho fourth and Jlnin not far from tho cusp oftho seventh. Tho latter I do not like. There will bo danger of war and of tumult In tho colonies and bloodshed abroad. This position of Mars will also cause explosions In coal pits, tho burst ing of guns, powder explosions unci damago by lightning. Saturn on tho cusp ortho fourth Is not ldlogethcrgood for tho agricultural In line!, iuiu no aro iikeiy io nave a cold spring, with an average rainfall, not fav orable for fruits or tho earth, and tho season will bo baokword, and the tem perature of tho quarter below tho av erage. llio DOsltlon of Vnmia In T,.ro the cusp of tho third houso Is favorable for postal and railway alliilrs. Mercury rising will make tho publlo mind oxelte nlilo, changeable, anil drunkenness will J, ' .Increase. Jupiter, In the lllth, In sextllo to Uranus, will render tho quarter healthy, and not much sick ness. Legislation rotating to tho publlo health will bo prominent during tho At WUSlllnirtOn. thn IlH-rena nontlrj nn tlm lllth, just before midnight, anil the early degrees of tho celestial sign Sag Ittnrv will bn rloliu. ,l u.,, ...111 just bo setting: tho latter is a very tin- I'uomun, implying great mis haps, sad accidents, colliery explosions, and u sad and grievous quarter gencr ally.wlth heavy calamities. Uranus will bo In tho mid heavens. This will give troublo to tho ruling powers and unpop ularity. The Sun and Mercury will bo In tho fourth houso, which denoto a stormy, unsettled spring, with a good deal of wet, and an unfavorable time for agriculture. Mars will bo located In tho eighth houso ; this foreshows many terribly sudden deaths, and a very un satisfactory state oftho public health. ADKIKL'H VOICI! 01" TIIK HTAILS 1'Olt MAItCII, Tho chief Phenomena nf tliln month aro tho stationary positions of Mars and iipiiur, aim mo entry oi tlio Sun Into ArleS. Mars is stntfnnnrv In Hi. llilnl degree or the sign J.eo on tho 12th Inst., and this Is ovll for thoso born on or ubout tho 2rth or July, and Tor thoso at whoso birth tho Moon held either tho third degree of Leo or of Aquarius. Such persona should keep out ot quarrels and legal proceedings, and safeguard their health us far its possible. France and Italy will bo in a state of feverish ex citement. Shipwrecks will bo numer ous on our coasts. Thoso persons born on or near tho 17th or July, and for thoso whoso birth tho Moon held tho 23th de gree or Cancer, will bcnellt by tho posl- Tho spring quarter commences March 20. Tho positions or tho planets make a fortunate llguro, were it not for tho proximity ot Saturn to tho cusp of tho Hovunth house, which preslgnllles, says Jtamtjssey, "many great and high west ern winds, tho birds or tho air shall Bullcr detriment; also, men shall bo ullllctcd with diseases ; thero shall bo earthquakes In tho western parts. In the fourth houso and In Gemini, thoro shall bo many controversies about rulo nnd government; (having south lati tude) n hot and dry air. little rain nnd great mortality." These effects or Sat urn may ue oxpcctetl about tlio mlddlo or Muy: when ho arrives at Gemini, and about the beginning or Juno when tho Sun conjoins with Saturn, Saturn Is in opposition, anil troublo will fall upon tho ruling powers of Spain. About tlio beginning or April and Juno earth quakes will be lelt (probably fatal to lire) to tho west or Madrid. At Paris tho positions ot Mars cannot fall to bo quickly followed by an ebul lutlon of French war fever, and an cuuiiu in to uo iipprencnucu uooui mo mlddlo or Mav and thn bpirlnnlno' nf Juno. A very serious ellbrt will bo uiuuo to cuango me" lorm or govern ment. At Berlin, the position or tho planets will bring troublo on Germany, Btormy debates In tho Itelchsrath, and danger or a sudden quarrel with u neighboring nation. These troubles, likely, will bo surmounted, tho people will bo prosper ous, nnd tho soil fruitful. The Austrians will havo somo troublo on their hands, and their foreign policy will be bristling with dllllcultles. Vet. on tho whole, affairs will prooeed well until Uranus enters Libra. Crops of all kinds will bo abundant. At Constantinople tho Turkish rev enue will be in woeful plight. Mars, lord of the llguro and in Leo, preslgnl lles, "wars, contention and discord: it scnrlty of provisions nnd of the fruits of tho earth, especially In the eastern parts; also death among men, ohlelly youths, and having north lutltudo a scarolty oi water." . At St , Petersburg, Venus In tho ascend ant, preslgnlflea "prosperity, especially In tho southern Darts, nlentv of nrovl- Blons and of fruits of the earth, pleasant air and moderate showers," At Washington tho season will bo pro- pltious and fruitful. Troubles will come In the shane of foreltrn auestlons. home politics and disputes about the law of murnago anu uivoroe. as Jiars is tuo eighth house, there will bo "many terrl- tho general death rato may not bo abovo the average, but rather below It. ' oiiionM I'lint-itKTtc oiwF.uviTioMM rott Mincn, itjsi. jUttrlng this month we observe Uranus nWograde In Virgo, and Mars stationary in l,o. Thoso aro indications of a very untoward progress In the nll'atrs of Great llrltnin, which, coupled with the Ingress ofSaturn IntoGemlnl.the ruling sign of London, denote tho most direful results ere another solar revolution be completed. Tho city or London especial ly reels the malign fnllucnces. I forbear to attempt n detail of all the evils result ing therefrom during IfWl to Hvs.1. Tradesmen and merchants begin to reel tho consequences of speculation; discus sions In tho bank parlor during tlio last and present month tend to rnlso tho interest demanded on loans mil ills counts; the list of Insolvent nnd bank rupts Increases and banks falling. Itewaro yo American merchants! tho United States Tecl the Influence or Saturn's trans it In their ruling sign. Tho influences nro good for tho people or Scotland and Holland; ns also Tor tho good town of -Manchester. From tho stationary posl Hon or some or tho superior planets, wo Judgn somo fearful storms and shocks of earthquake. I'liOTOISOIt TltT.'H KATIM.Il roltKCASTrt Wit MAItCII, 1SSI. I'robnblo weather 1st to Ith, cloudy and generally stormy; 3th to litli, dear or fair; '111 to 10th, commencing to cloud up with heavy storms about theOlh; 10th to 11th, clear or ralr; Kith to Kith, threat ening weather, with heavy storms about tho Kith; 17th and 1Mb, clear or fair; lllth to 21st, ending In cloudy weather and heavy storms; 22d to Mil, fair; 21th to 23th, railing weather; 20th to 27th. fair; 2Mb to Illst, generally cloudy anil heavy storms about the 2fth. Tho warmer spells with bo about tlo 2d, 7th, 14th, 21st and 2Mb. Tho cooler spells will benbout tho 8th, 10th, ISth, 22d and 20th. Tho earthquake days will bo about tho .Id, 8th, 11th, Hth. 21st and 27th. A small partial ccllpso of tho Sun, March 27; Invisible. Visible to Northern Kurope and a portion oftho North Polar sea. IffieSlM Tin Improved White has more valuali o Improvement, than any ether sewing machine. It It simple ami Tfeet In nil lis parts. t'.er setting need In.iel rthrcadlnir shuttle. Runs Light -Sews Fast: And U almost noli'.oss; winds every bobbin a smooth as a spool of silk. Warranted for llvo years. Cull and examine before buying else where. No. 40B Avenue 13, opposite publ'o school house. fl-l-aml W. G. ERPS AGENT. Chas. II. Maiyileld, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, 272 Commerce St.. San Antonio. Boerne Hotel IIOKltNK, KKNUALLVCIKX., JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. . Iloorne, as a health resort, la unequalled In tills Htuteor enuntrv. ndiwolnllv rn.i.nlmnn... and kindred complaints. The abovo .hotel uiu, uv.-u imiruuKiiiy rcuovaiea, ana pcr "",',',8n f?vorln,r. . " wltn ,nolr patronage will And everything ns conducive to their com fort as can bn fimtn! In Wp.fi.rn nanvu. I n--n andsnaclous rooms, with southerly exposure. opening on verandas ISO foot long each.' The IIOKltNK IIOTI3I, Is dlreetlv nnnnaltn the.ton ollleo and within two minutes' walk of tho post dally. Btagea will call Tor and deliver passen gers and baggago at this hotel. Kvcry atten tion paid to guests and tho traveling publlo. rlrst class accommodations for commercial travelers. KKiVlv J. c. ARCHITECTS, 273 Commerce Street, 1 Over L. Itouvant's Jewelry Store. JOHN H. COPELAND, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofllce: Nn. 2,'fl Wrut nmntnfrrn tn-ot tin fUlrB. Practices In all tho courts. ;nakciso leal, live stock exchange Anil Gentrll Commission Dealer hau Autoulo, Texas. American House Itoornc,Tt!X.v A.W. UArr,lrop, Persons whlnjr to spend tho fall and winter In thti country will llmi at thla houso as many homo oom forts as can bo found anywhere. Well ventilated rooms, best of beds and more verandah pro in en ado than any other houso In tho LState. Pure well and cistern water. As a health resort Iloorne has no oouat In Toxas. especially for pulmonary complaints. Our laoumes aro irooa urst-cia&s siairo coacnea, dillv mails and telfirraph. &-U-tf FRED STEINER, PROPniCTOH Hacks No. 21, 26, 27, 52, 73 Stables Corner ot Avenue E and Huuston treeU Connected br telephone. A . order. promptly attended to, day or night. Telephon oonneotlnn No. arm. E.HERTZBERG, JEWELER I OPTICIAN Anil Dealer in Watches, lllanionils, .Icwclry, Sllvcnvaro, (iorks, CvCall and examlno my stock and prices lo foro buying clsonhoro. All goods will l.esold undtr written guarantee. 13. IlRiiT7.ur.na. BELL & BRiJS" No. 11, Coniuicrco Street, 3 Wow Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches anil lewclrv renalretl. Charc-ea reasonnhle. Vo tnko pleasure In show- iiiB our rooiis, ami iuirennsers aro invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-l-ly Alex. Sartor, Watchmaker and Jeweler, No. 18 Conimcrco Street, SAN ANTONIO, - - TEXAS. S. STERN, 248 Coinmorca S trout, DIAMONDS! Watches, Fine Jewelry. No. 248 Conimcrco Btrect, 8an Antonio, Toxaa. Particular attention paid to repairing. FERTILIZER! From tho San Antonio Fertilizing com pany, for flowers, shrubs nnd trees, in mcKUKea oi z.10. anu fiuc. for eaio at Alamo plaza, or Until & Son's 228 ami id .Market street. 2-lu-lm Traders' National Bank 04 Commerce Btret, BAN ANTONIO TKXAB Transact, a general banking uslncas. TO PRINTERS! For Sale, at a Uargaln i Tiro Washington Hand l'resse.", One a 5 column press, tho other 8 column. Also. 1,000 POUNDS OF TYPE . DroTicr, Long Primer, Pica and Nonparlel. Good order and plonty of sorts. Address! T. II. JOHNSON, 1-S4-U Liuill office. Bonvick Bay Oysters. I am prepared to furnish to botol keepers, restaurant proprietors and wholcaalo dealers tho celobratod llcrwlck bay oysters, and fresh Gulf tlsh. Packed on leo to any town In Western Texas, O. 0 I. Respectfully. Has also In connection a first class restaraunt. PRANK STARR. 12-3-m Ban Antonio, Teiaa, Daily Hack Line From San Autoulo to Floresvlllo Leave, Bon Antonio dally, at 6 a. in., Sunday, oxecpteu umoo at uenirai noici. i. n. iiaaer, agent, e-u-ii j a. u. rrop. AREYOUAFFLICTED? A Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat, With a few References of Remarkable Cures, By Dr. , N. S. Burnham. Ban Antonlo'long felt tlio need of a skillful specialist In treating disease, of the) Rye, Kar and Throat. Tliolnhatiltantsof all this Immense Bute, when requiring the aerrlco, nf such skill wcrocompollcd to make long Jotirnejstn distant clth-a at great oxtmnse. such as Kansas City. Pt. lula ami Chicago, and still further llnst. In order to obtain relief for disease, afflicting these organs and parts. .Many of thoeltlionsorthlsBlatn'whowontto Kansas City for tlio UmctU of an oculists skill, inailn llmaoiualntaneonf tho Oculist, Aurlst and harynglst, JDt. 1ST. S. Burnham, who had ehargo -I the Kans,i City, Mo Hye, H4r and Throat Infirmary. .They, ono aud all united In urging him to come to this point In Texas. Finally railing health, caused by the roldellmate, comiK'lleil a chttnge,anil so Han Antnnlogalneila specialist who was known by some of hi r own eitltens, and many In tho State, to pmaeas thn reipilslta skill In all of II, dcllcatelaud varied operations and treatment, ami slnco locating hero tho greatest success has crowned hlsclfortaand ho has won tlio enduring gratitude or hundreds whom ho has trcatod from all parts or thoBtato. A few or them are glrn below a reference- A few remark In rnrunl to thUillwnAo mar not liooutof pliico hvrvt t It U i common, Nt'ttrly nil lunc tho troublo nt wmo tlmo In tho hcu triform ami call It a cold. Sometime th7 nro awnro tlicy ImrJly (ret over ono coM untlltliry havcanntber. Tlioruld, or more properly eivnklntr, tho catarrh, then iiwonio Biib-acutu. Ily ncirlcct thin runt Into a chronic form. Somctlmct It 1 located In tho ntwo; sometimes tho throat, ortmih. Sooner or later, It affect tho ear mucin frequent rlntrlnir nr roarlnir In tho ear, or other nolw. Sometlmca vlolcnl InlUmutlon. ounliirf oxcruclatlntr palu, and tho acutenoM of hearing la lewened In a Kreater or Icsh fleifrtc. Very often too, It czlcnds up throtiKli a llttlo duct from tho noeo to onoortho other and even bothcyet,cau8lnifovcraI dliTert'iit form of tlltoaact of tho cyo. Nearly nil aro familiar with catarrh In the form nf tronehltla. Catarrh In all 1U fnrmi and noarly all Its BtAtrca can bo curel Hut iwoplo neglect It, and to do l'l) Riclaiis. They neither prepare ttieinnHven with tho InstrutncntK or knowlcdyo tuftlclent or necessary t treat this troublesome dUcnw m a rulo, and thus fteoplo themwlrrs do not apprehend thodanvcr they aruln when they consultn physician and ho tclU thorn, "01 Its nothtnir hut a cold," and yet that so-called cold In a vast number of cavs Is tho first start of deafness, blindness, low of smell loss of volc of Larynirltls, Bronchitis and Consumption. Any or sevcrnl of thcso.may follow ami bo causod by a neKlecteI cold, lie low aro a few names which 1 havo permission to use, who havo boon treated by mo wlttiboncAt for Catarrh In some of Its forms slnco I have; 1m -en 1 oca toil hero: J. K. Koblnson, Catarrh In throat, Ban Antonio; T. II. Johnson, Catarrh In throat, Hans ire r San Antonio Moiit; P. Kuhu, Catarrh of tho head, Denver, Colorado t Miss Mary Kroner. Catarrh of tho throat and cars. Nova Scotia; Krank Now ton, Catarrh of tho throat and eyes, Ban Autoulo; Miss CLoundsbury, Catarrh of tho throat and head, San Antonio. Scoios moro mltrht bo added to Ihit list that I have curctl slnco located In this city, but I will only mention ono mora asa rcmarkablolnttanco of how much irood can bo dono that class of Incurable, so-called. Consumptives. O.W. rye, of Loon Springs, had Catarrh for some years In tho head aud throat, finally tho lunrs hcratnitTected And ho had sovcrsl tucmorrh aires and had n very bad cough, became much emaciated nnd a confirmed Invalid, and was pronounced by hlsph)slclati In tho last and Incurable statru of consumption. Ho camo to mo for treatment last winter, nearly a year atrn. Ho commenced toiratu tlosh and wnnt to work In tho sprlnir, and I saw no moro of him until n few days atto, when hnoaino In Imurtrlntr how well ho wa and weighed thirty twutu's moro than ho over did. Title Ears. A few word now In regard to the car may not bo unlnterestlngUi some. ospeclaUy those who Are sutrerers rroui varied and numorous forms of disease. Very few people need urging to consult an Alrist when tlA-T havo a discharge of matter from It, especially If accompanied by a foul smell, yet somo will, and that too, atrungoas It may sound In this day of cnllght mont, by advlco nl phytlclans, but surely It Is nover dono by ono who understands disease, of this organ. It 1, a lamcntablo fact that somo of tho oldor physicians (without anylspoclat knowlodge on this jiolnt) havo a prejudice against tho stoppago ot purulent discharges from the ear, but thl Is based upon tho erroneous teachings of old French writers, I)u Vernoy and Itard. D. II. Bt. John ltoosa, M.I)., LL. I)., Professor of Disease, of Rye and Kar In tho University of New York City; Surgeon ot Manhattan Eyo'and I3ar Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Drooklyn Bye and I'.ar Hospital, etc., and who Is considered tho very best authority on the sbbject, aay. In hi, last work 1 "Thero Is no pathological ex perlenco on record which can sustain tho aurtlon that It Is dangerous to stop a dlschargo from tho oar." ICtanyono acquainted with anatomy, consider this fact that thoro Is. perhaps, no part ot tho human body which has mora Important anatomical relations. Tho cavity of tho tympanaum Is oovored over br a thin bony plate, which Is In direct communication with tho corcbrit monlngos; tho floor Is close to the great Jutlar, Its Internal wall Is tho labyrinth wall, covered only by vory thin membrane, and open ing Into tho branches of tho aoustlo ncrvo, whllo on tho outaldo wo havo a thin membrane about aa thick as papor. Itlseaay to seo that a continuous destruction of these part, by sup puration, unless cured. In thla part would sooner or later, (which It always docs), lead to serious troublesln tho brain, anil sometime. In tho luugsor heart. I And a largo icrcontago of the ease, having a "running ear" havo also a cough, and when tho ear Iscurod tho cough Is also cured, Instead of being worse. Then thero Is another cla sa of eases that ringing or roaring or other noises In tho car. iiilnlnu tierbaps Is given, thl, may bo relloved sulTercr had bis fears u!la)cd by recovering partially from tho first attack, and so does not feel any anxiety this Uino and tries tho old remedy again. It fallsand aoddes ovory thing else thoy try, and their rrleudsdou tsyinpaliuzoas thoro by thla condition, but this, at lonst, causes thora and ho finds tho oar, perhaps, so far gono thatlt Is lmHmlbljto restore Its full hearing power, aud ho must have great skill Indeed to stop tho cuurso of tho dlsoaso and keep tho hearing from tielng lost entirely, so fur do thoso cases irpooulo would go to tho Aurlst every tune not watt to consult physicians und otliors, thoy would suiter far leas andpreservo their hearing much bettor, ns neary all thodltcasosot thU organ aro curablo, csp cclally la tho first stages. Space will only allow a fow names for retereneo who havo been cured of ear disease, horo by to. Score, moro might bo added i A. A. Dreachcr, Ban Antonio; W. Deltart, Iloorne; JamoS Davis, San Antonio; Goorge, sod or V. C. Daugherty, tthcrlft Frio County, l'earsul), J. II. Murphy San Antonio; K.T. Allen, l'earsall, Texas; J. II. JoncBan Antonio; Major T. T. Tecl, Ban Antonio; J. C, Dlormcyor, San Antonio, Til Tlio diseases ot tho cyo aro very nuinorou, nized by tho oculist, all requiring different treatment In order to cure them and restoro good vision. Vet nothing shows the folly of going to tho general physician for treatment of thl, organ, than tho fact that ho ha, only auniclently studied this complicated organ sufficiently to rccognlzo from three to a dozen. It I, in this, and tho careful application or properly selected remedies to tho aud tho dllTerentatlectloii, of tho eye, that tho superiority and tho success of tho Oculist consist. Nearly all tho diseases of tho cyo aro curablo, even In tho severe form. If clearly understood and properly treated aud attended to In the earlier stage beforo It has had time to destroy or injuro permanently the vision. Hut thoso cases that show blemishes and defect, ot vision and blindness so frequently, aro case, in which there has been dolay In seeking an Oculist, and valuable tlmo was wasted by trying somo domestic remedies, or what Is nearly as bad. trying tlio ordinary pli slclan. I do not mean by my remarks abovo to condemn or crltlclso tho general praotltloner for treating Catarrh or diseases nf tho F.vo or Gar that occur In his practice It Is his duty to give relief to all who aro suffering In onv and ovcrv way possible, and no doubt all do tho best they can. Hut tney will all honestly oonlcas that thevhavo not tho moans. In tho shape ot selected remedies. Instruments, nor tbo tlmo to acquire tho skill and practice to do Justice to thoso oases. a What I do want everybody to understand Is that there aro a class of specially Instructed and experienced doctors, mon who lmvo devoted money, tlmo and study to these particular parts of tho bumun body. In order to acquire ho greatest amount or skill In treating Its affection, aud diseases; and people who aro sulforltig with any disease in these organs will, a, far as possible, tecover the best and fullest use of theao organs, who sock tho specialist the earliest; and the physician will deal honestly with his patrons who gives them such advice. I seo lu this country many cases or Strabismus, ("crooked eyes" they aro generally termed), which Is a derect In appearance, uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly orery ono of those cases can bo completely cured, and somo ot them without any operation. Children should noer start to school without having this remedied. ..... ... Eyelids that turn out showing the Inside, or thoso that turn In and Irritate tho eye-ball, ean all bo perfectly cured. Arttllcial eyes can bo titled and worn without any pain and to look perfectly natural. I havo a largo stock ot them always on band. Old granulated lids cured surely. ...... .... t A row names are given below for rofcronco that havo been cured by me here. Many more might bo given It necessary, but thoso have been selected because each one represent, a different and yet most common rorm or disease or the eye I ...... I). II. nrccding, San Antonio, lllopharllls Clllarls: Major T.T. Tool. Ban Antonio, Pterygium! It.C. lladstato, Kim Antonio, Orunular IJds and Keratitis; Frank Newton, San Antonio, Stricture Lachrymal Duets; U H.lJimbert, (l)aughtor), San Antonio, Illonnorrhccalo Conjunc tivitis; Anton HaMamuda, Ban Antonio. Acute Conjunctivitis; J. W. Casey, (Daughter), Ban Antonio, Iritis; ltachel llreslln, San Antonio, Choroiditis Berosu: W, A.Caruahan,Ba Antonio, lrldn Cyclltls; It. J. Vincent, Cotulla, Ulcer on Cornea; W. II, llrown, Lcesvllle, Granular Lids and Kerato-Irltis; W.J. Ilogge, Kaglo Pass, Cataract; George Loessburg, (Daughter), Castro vlllu. Strabisams; Mace 8orcll, Ilolmont, 13ntroplum and Trichiasis; llobert Grler, l'ana Maria, Pterygium and Leukoma; II, Cllurrla, Itanuho, Chronto Conjunctivitis and Keratitis; A. O. Decker, Stookdslc, Traumatic Ulcer and IIyxplon; W. J, Terrlberry, Saltlllo, Mexico, Traumatlo Glaucoma. . n , . . t. j Included la the rororenco given lstho naraoof W. J. Hoggo, from Eagle rasa. He had been blind for years, and the nieratlon was so successful and gave him such good vision that a phy sician, who had practiced la New York City for years, said when bq saw It a few day, ago that It was better than any ho had ever saw beforo. This patient was gout to me by the courtesy ot Dr. II. A. Kocrpprn, of I'ledrasNearaa, Mexico, who wa, also kind enough to assist iln the operation, and to whoas valuablnald apartot tho success Is duo. t For further information address N. S'i Burnham, M. D. Oculist, Aurist and Larvnoist, , Corner of Houston and St. Marvs' streets. sometime, consult the doctor, they complain of He tolls them thor have cold and a dos. ,f for a time, but sooner or later returns, but the is no oiieruaievidcncoor tnesjaarinr caused to hunt up an Aurlst, who examines the oar. run beforo tho pooplo consult competent skill. anything was tho matter with their ears, and Texas; W, W. lletry, I3sq., San Antonio, Texas; Eye - nearly 310 In numbor, clearly doflned, and recog i iViVsMUtaW