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ItAILKOAD TIME T.V11I.K. International stud Ureal Northern Il.rAVia 7:tAtt. ra. 12:15 p. m. nwji. tn. tllMlon Ifarrlshnrg nnd San Autonlo ILIITEH. a. m. !:, p. m. HM a. ra, l.or, a. ra. NKIIIT8 FYTHIAB. Elk Lodge No. IB, i Ms every Thursday at 7iP p. in. Castle Flrmnan'8 Hall. Visiting brethren welcome Dlt. J. U. Illtl:r.l)IN(l, Dentist. Office, Alamo block, corner Commerce and Alamo streets. Ban Antonio. Mi'-ilm FINK HOODS. MIW I'ltlORS V. Lorra. Commerce St., .Near Rrlrfp. Has received the largrsl .nick of English, Frcach and German goods ever brought ti this cltv. All itylca anil colors. Only flrst-cliiM tailors employed. Sultatmulo up In the latent style, at the lowest possible prices, and a per fect fit guaranteed. Main rift iik, Sun Antenlo, Texaa, fowler. Berliner & Co. Proprietors. N. S. BURNHAM, M. IX, All diBcoaosor Eye and Bar trei.tud In moat approved manner with the latwt ftpplt anoos. Crooked eyos tratghtonod, anitlclat, Iniertod to rnovo naturally, etc.. fltr. OlUceat 8tin Antonio Kye and Ear Inflriiiary, sornrr of Houston aud tit. Marys' struts. J. c. breedihT&sm, ARCHITECTS, 273 Commerce Street, 6? Over L. Kouvnnt'a Jewelry Store. MISSION DRUG STORE. JOSIH'U WAI.llAUKlt, Prop. 305 South Alamo St., S.in Antoulo. Proscriptions carefully oom pounded. Patent medicines, iwrfumery. tolict articles, lanoy goods, eto. Pure wines and liquors for medi cal purposes. S-Si-ara A. W. DILL Alii), ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, No. lii Kolcdad Street, loom fj, San Autonlo, Tolas. Will praUlceln all tlio courts of Texas. 10-19-tf City Property For Sale- I. Threo and ono half acres ou Nacogdoches street, runulng to Ban Pedro creek, with Im provement. Fine fruit orchard on ground. i. J,ots :i and 4, block ft. Ban Pedro avenue. .'). lot a, block 7. San Pedro avenue. 4. Two lots on Cardeu street, running through to l'resa Btruot. 5. lot on Boulh Prcsu street running to Oar den street, with Improvements. t). Lots No. 12 and 13, block 48, corner Llvo Oak and Dawson streets, with improvements. 7. Two lots with Improvements, on Hutu street, between Avenues D and E. 8. Five lots, corner Austin and Grayson streets, Immediately oast turu of stroot railway. 9. Kitty-two acres, with Improvements, Im mediately below Mission Conccpclon.llUu yards river front. 10. lots with improvements on Oarzn street, near Ban Pedro springs. House two story; beautifully located. II. Twenty-four acres, lot 210, west of San Pedro creek, at crossing of International and Sunset railroads. 13. llousoandlot eornor North Concho and Hidalgo streets, on Franklin squaro. 13. Entire block No. 31, and II lota in block No. 32. on Pari Avenuo. 11. Four lots In block No. 25, above Upper LAbor ditch. 15. Ton lots In block No. 5, above Upper Latur ditch. 16. Fifteen lots on Grand avenue, near Louo Star brewery, running back to river. 17. Threo and cue half lots in Post homo toad, corner Commerce, ltusk and North streets. 18. 123 lots in lot No. 72, Sear Prospect hill street railway, at prices ranging from J100 to 8115 a lot, on easy terms, lying west of Interna tional depot, and oast ot AUzan creek. III. Flvo acres running from Camden street to upper Lnbor ditch. 20. Three lots on Elmlra street, corner Tren ton avenue, til. Sovcn lots on Jaokson street. 22. Sixty-five and ono half acres undor fenco, with Improvements, known as "race aud fair grounds." 23. Beventy-nve lots on east side of Austin stroot, abovoBunset round house. 24. Twenty llvo lots ou llurloson, Lauiar, Hays and llumett street. 23. Twenty-ono aoros on BoutU Vlores street, running back to river. 2D. All property belonging to Messrs. Adams ic WIckes, comprising building lots near Inter national, Bunsot and Government depots, Ban Pedro springs and othor parts of the city, which we offer at liberal prices, and on easy terms; also, all their Irrigable lands in aud about the city. We win examine titles, write conveyances attend to the renting of houses, negotlato loans on roasonablo terms. Notary public at oinoe. j, ii, niKNUu & uu., gra Commerce street. The best smoking tobacco is "Little joKer.'. WHITE ELEPHANT BREVITY BASKET. rilled Wllh Mention of Minor E.ents and Tunoj lleml. Hannibal Hamlin hooked a two-pound trout the other day, and his nmne Is al ready mentioned In connection with the Presidency. An caglo onpturcd a year ngo by a Kontleinnn near Tazewell Court House, Virginia, now runs nt large with Its owner's chickens nnd feeds with them. A woman 'should not serenm at tlio sight of n mouse. It lets the ferocious nnlmnl know where she Is located, after which It may ndvanco with the certainty of death upon Its quivering prey. New York Commercial Advertiser. Thirty billion clothespins are said to he used up In this country every year. It would bo Interesting to know how many have the Imprints of women's teeth, as she holds them In her mouth while sho throws n sheet over the line. Hartford Tost. After months of Incessant labor, a To ronto lumber linn has completed n pair of snow shoes for a Chicago belle. When the winter Is over, tlio affairs will be used to roof a now freight depot now being built In tho Lake City. IMtts burg Chronicle-Telegraph. A Pennsylvania man sues for divorce, charging cruelty, claiming that his wlfo placed him In the hath tub, '-where he had to pass the night, nenrly freezing In tho cold." He oughn't to havo suffered. When ho was chilly ho could havo turned on the hot water, Graphic. Ilrldes' toilets are verv slmnle. as anv one who attends n fashionable wedding can see for himself. Skirts of white or cream satin, trimmed In front with blos soms and sprays of flowers, are pretty and neat, and can bo used after mar rlago to wash tho dishes In. Burling ton i'reo Press. "Is ttinklntcl better tlinn enkn nr candy, ma?"' asked n little boy. "I do not know of anything called tunklntel, my dear. Where did you hcarabout It?" "Well, I heard our Lizzie telling her beau last night that sho loved him more than tunklntel. so I iruesseil it must hn somethlnc better than cakeor candy." inuuiurviuu .juurmii. On the wednlnir tour: "Don't Rit an near the window, ihirlliur. Hint w mnv havo the carxlngo nil to ourselves, for their Is somebody suro to pet In if bo sees your pretty face." Thirty years later: "ilovo up to the window, old woman, so that we may havo tho com partment to ourselves; you will frighten nil the other passengers away, you know." "Oh, don't proposo to nio now," shrieked a Philadelphia girl as her lover uiuppeu uu ins Knees nnu seized lier hand. "Don't pop tho question now," sho screamed: "don't, don't, don't. If I say yes, you'll want to kiss me, nnd I've been eating onions." Then she broko Into a Mood of tears that sounded like an Ohio river flood swashing through a lovce. Chicago Sun. Her Pockotbook. From tho lloston Olobo. "How amusing to notice as one walks tho crowded streets how that nearly every lady carries her pockcthook In her hand, llut for tho well known fact that they generally have very little money In them, nndaro mainly stuffed out with receipts for cake, memoranda of articles to bo gotten while shopping, bits of poetry cut from newspapers and such trllles, valuablo only to tho owners, we can think of no greater temptation to the street thief than to snatch from their slender lingers tho lightly held articles. Then, as though women hadn't care enough about their clothes, they gen erally carry a fow small packages be sides. It Is almost a rarity to see n man go along the street with his arms fettered with bundles; It Is almost nn equal rarity to sco a woman entirely free from tlicni. Hence a walk usually Invigorates a man and fatigues a woman. The main difference Is in pockets. Every possible nook and corner of a man's suit that can be so utilized has a neat, safe, substantial pocket in it. He puts his watch, his money, his handker chief, his knife and all other llttlo per sonal conveniences safely ajvay in these; no uus no lunuer concern ior tneir safety. He Is not constantly asking, "Did I lay down my purse here ?" or "Havo you seen my handkerchief?" His clothes are organlzsd Just like tits work. Patronize Home Industries. From tho Baltimore Dally American, Tho following telegraphlo correspon dence explains Itself: ".Baltimore, Feb ruary 20. To the Boston Post : Do you witm special auoui tattooed woman giv ing birth to tattooed child here? .Baltimore American." "Boston. February 2!). To . Balti more American : No. Hnvo able liar of our own. Boston Post." The Glorious Rain Is Over, And anticipating the coming long spell of clear and beautiful weather, whon the ladies can go shopping and walk about all day long, Mr. Wolfson has maden. grand and successful effort to mnko his millinery department com plete. His trade in that lino has grown so rapidly that he has found it necessary to keep two first class milliners, tho last of whom, a French lady, arrived a few days since from New York, whero she carried on a millinery establishment for a year, and previously In Paris, for a number of years. Sir. Wolfson can now furnish a largo variety of millinery goods of the latest and most attractive styles, nnd at prices to suit all, from the costliest to the cheapest. A full line of staple milllnery.goods always on hnnd. BARGAINS OFFERED lly J W. llrmdley, Ijind Agent. Nloe cottage, well built, fronting east on Milam squaro. No, j0O5, offorod fur loss than present cost. Now cottage, elegantly finished, 7 looms, one block from Ban Pedro avenue, $3,500. Two story commodious house of 14 rooms, halls and gallertos, two cisterns, stables, eto., on Ban Pedro avenue. G roat bargain. Right room, hard rook houso and two room soft rook, fronting on Markot and Presa streets and adjoining Casino hall. Bplendld invest ment. 114 aero farm, within two hours rldnot tho out, 50 acres cleared and fonood, orchard of five acres, good well and cistern. Prlcu $2,000. Six nloo cottages In Ward 4, price 1 1,200 to 13,000 paying 15 to 20 per cent, rental. Improved farms, dairy farms, ranch proper ties with live stock, large bodies of land in, Texas and Mexico. Hqusoof 4 rooms, galleries, etc, with 4 lots, No. 1,110 West Houston street. Two large lota, eornor of Bolodad and llodrl guoa streets. Two nloe cottages, 8 rooms each, on Fannin street. Nice cottage of I rooms on Avenue D. Cottago of 4 rooms, galleries, stable, eto. 3 cottages on Avenue U. 811 aorea In Karnes county, on Hondo creek fenced. 100 acres cleared anil Zt In nnltlvallnn 15 miles South of Helena and 7 miles from Dalley vine. Flno Improvements, well grassed and timbered. AddIv to J. W. Draulzt. ll-att 40) Houston street. HARRY C. MILLER, Rubber Stamps, STIINCII-S ANI S i:I.S, Metal chock, door plate, homo number, etc No, a Navarro Mroct, adjoining (lroos'bank. Bun Antonio, 1-22-tr BOOTandSllOE MAKER, Crorkett.St., bet. Loaoa HI., and Alamo 1'lam, rirtt-clAM tit KUarantcod Hopalrlru dnnoon flhnrtnolice. :MIm Henry E, Vernor, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, HAN ANTONIO, TKXAS. an Writ Hnunton street, 201 Solcilad Hrect, ou corner, up stairs mom No. 3 and 4. Prncmeii lu all llicMlnlo nnd I 'oil oral court. 3-ll-ly SPECIAL BARGAINS! 7000 acres or land K fenced; abundant water and grass; at $2 00. 3000 acres splendid grass land, 21 miles from San Antonio; nt $3. Hotel for sale, cheap, at a health re sort. Half day's ride from San Antonio. AM' T. B. JOHNSON, SS& French Dyeing Works I (Cen's) J U 1.1 1)8 .AMM'.KS, Prop. Is now ready to do all kinds of dyeing nnd scouring on short notice. Satisfac tion guaranteed. No. 11 Casino street. O. L. MUELLER, ARCHITECT! 233 ami 235 Houston Street. R.HERTZBERG, And Dealer In Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, BELL & BRO'S. No. 11, Commerce Street, Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches and jewelry repaired. Charges reasonable. We take plensuro in show ing our goods, nnd purchasers are Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-1-ly Alex. Sart'or, Watchmaker and Jeweler, No. 18 Commerce) Street, SAN ANTONIO, - - TEXAS. S. STERN, li l8 Commerce Stroot, DIAMONDS! Watches, Fine Jewelry. No. 2(8 Commeroe Btreot, Ran Antonio, Toxos. Particular attention paid to repairing. JEWELETICIAN 1 ' Staehely & Tips No. AO Commerce Htreet. Van An tonlo, lie1ra In Builtos' Hardware, Iron, Steel, Null", Hum Hliot-, WcmmI Work, Ami Tool of Kvery ltancrlptln PA.HSTTS ami OILS, Table and PogM Cnllcry. farm innehliierr. Berwick Hay Oysters. r am prepared to furnlth ftt hotel keeper. FRANK STARR. tS-'Mtu San Antonio, Toia CALLAWAY, Photographer. licet Instruments. Best work, ltensnn- nblo rates. 11:1 Kast Houston street. " j M. ECKEORI). ATTO RNE Y-AT- LAW, Oillce, tr, Soloilittl St., Pan Antonio, Texas. t'.iainlnatlon of titles and land litigation a specialty. I :!' K. STUASSHUlKJHIt, ARC HC I T K OT, 245 Market St., San Antonio. Tho Improved Whlto has moro valuable Improvements than any other sowing machine. It is slmplo and perfect In all its lmrls. Belt sotting nccdlo,acl t threading shuttle. Runs Light -Sews Fast. Ami la iilmoftt noUless; winds every bobbin a smooth n a spool of slltr. Warranted for flro yearn. Call and ci amino buforo buying cltw whoir, No, 408 Avenue R, opposlto public fichonl Iioupo. ll-3ml W. G. ERPS AGENT. Clms. II. Mayllolil, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, 272 Commerce St., San Antonio. Boerne Hotel HOKII.NH KENDAI.I.CO..TKX., JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. Doorno, as a health resort. Is unequalled in tlilaHtatour country, especially for pulmonary has been thorouirhlr 'renovated, and nor. sons favoring It with tliolr patronago fort as can bo found In Western Texas. Largo and spacious rooms, with southorlr exposure, woll furnished, carpeted anil well ventilated. opening on verandas 180 foot long each. Tho ltd HUNK lIOTl:l, is dln-ctlr opposite the stage and telegraph ollioea. -Mull nnd llrat-class sfago dally. Hlagea will call for and deliver passen gers and baggage at this hotel. Every atten tion paid to guests and tho traveling public. nnu. class nccommouHuons ior coininorciai travelers. 1K-Iv "JOHN H. OOiPEti AND. " Attorney and Gonnsellor-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ttAlrs. iractlccfi In all tho court. NARCISO LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And Generst Commission Dealer. San Antonio. Texas. American House Hocrne.Tcx,, A.1V. liarr.rrop. Persons wishing to smnd tho fall and winter In tho country will find at this houso as many homo comforts as can bo found anywhere. Well ventilated rooms, best of bods and more verandah nrnnienado than anv othor houso in tho State, l'uro well and cistern water. Asa health resort llocrno has no equal in Texas, especially for pulmonary complaints. Our FRED STEINER, paorniiTon Hafifcs Ms. 21, 26, 27, 52. 73 BUblos Cornor of Avonuo B and Houston street. Conneotcd br telcphoue. A, ordera promptly attended to, day or night. Telephone connection No. 304. ARE YOU AFFLICTED? A Brief Description oj the Diseases a Jew References of Remarkable Cures, By Dr. N. S. Burnham. Ban Antonio long felt tho need of a skillful Throat. The Inhabliautsot all this Immense woroeotnpclloil to mako long Journeys to distant lit, Louis and Chicago, and still further Kast, In theso organs and pari.. Mnnr nt tlio cltlicns of this Slain who went .kill, made tho acquaintance of tho Oculist, Auriit and taryngltt. 3Dr. 3ST. S. Burniiam, who had rhargo f tho Kanvt City, Mo., Rye, united in urging Mm to anno tn this iwlnt In cold climate, coinitcllod achnngtt, and so Hail some of her own citlicns, and many In tho State, to possess the requlslto skill In oil of 1U dcllcate'and varied oerallons and treatment, and since locating hero tho greatest success has crowned his effortsand he has won tho enduring grntltudo of hundreds whom ho has treated from all parts of tho State. A few of them aro given below as reference Catarrh.. few remarks Injregardto this dl&eoso may Nearly all havo tho trotiblo at some tlmo Inthoacutc.forin and call It a cold. Sometimes they aro awaro thoy hardly get over.ono cold until they have another. The cold, or more properly .peaking, the catarrh, then become sub-acute, lly neglect this runs Into a chronic form. Sometimes Itlslocatod In tho nnao; sometimes the ears, causing frequent ringing or roaring Inlliimatlon, cau.lng oxeruolatlng pain, and greater or Icm degree. Vcryoftcii,too,ltcxtcndsuptbrughalltt!oduct from the nose to ono or tho other and even both eyes, causing soveral different form of disease of the eyo. Nearly all are familiar with catarrh In tho form Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly all lis stagoa do physlc'ans. They neither prepare themsches with tho instruments or knowledge sufficient or necessary tn treat this troublesome disease, as a rulo, and thus people themselves do not apprehend tho danger they arc In when thoy consult a physician and he tells thorn, "01 lis thing but a cold," and yot that so-called cold dinf ness, bllndneM, loss of smell loss of vote-,, of Laryngitis, llronchltla and Consumption. Any or scleral of theaolmay follow and bocausod by a neglected cold. Ilelow aro a few name hlch I hnvn permlulnn.to uso, who havo been oflts forms slneo 1 havc.ticcu located hero J. 1". Itoblnson, Catarrh In throat, San Antonio; San Antonio LinUTiJf. Kuhn, Catarrh of tho bead, Denver, Colorado; Miss Mary I'rastx, Catarrh of tho throat and ears. Nova Scotia; Krank Newton, Catarrh of the throat and eyos. Sun Antonio ; MIm I'.. Iiundsbury, Caturrh of tho throat nnd bead, San Antonio. .Vorc moro might bo added in till, list that I only mention ono moro as a reinarkahlolnstance ot how much good can be done that class of Incurable, so-oalled, Consumptives. 0. W. Tye, of Loon Springs, had Catarrh for some years In the head ami throat, finally thu lungs became affectod and ho had sevoral hnjinorrbage and had a very bad cough, bccauio much emaciated and a conflrmod Invalid, and was pronounced by his plijidclau In tlio last and incurable stage of consumption. Ho camo to mo for treatment last winter, nenrly a year ago. Ho commenced to gain flesh and went to work In tho spring, and I saw no more of him until a fow days ago, when ho camo lu bragging how well ho wa and weighed thirty poum's moro than ho evor did. Til A fow words now tn regard to the car may who are sufferers from varied and numerous forms of dlsoasa. Very fow peoplo need urging to consult an Aurlst when thoy havo a dlschargo of matter from It, especially If accompanied by a foul smell, yot somo will, and that too, strangoas It may sound In this day of enllght mcnt, by advlco of physicians, but suroly It Is novor dono by ono who understands diseases of this organ. It Is a lamontkblo fact that somo of tho older this point) havo a prejudice against tho stoppago ot purulent discharges from the ear, but thl Is basod upon the erroneous teachings of old French writers, Du Vornoy and Itard. D. U. St. John ltoosa, M. I)., LL. II., Professor of Diseases of V.i d and Ear lu the University ot New York City; Surgeon ot Manhattan Kyo and T!ar Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Ilrooklyn Bye and Ear Hospital, etc., and who la considered tho very best authority on tho sbbjoct, says In his last work; "There Is no pathological oxpcrlenco on record which can sustain tho ossortlon that it Is dangorous to stop a discharge from tho ear." Let anyone acquainted with anatomy, consider this fact that thcro Is, perhaps, no part of tho human body which has moro Important anatom'cal rotations. Tlio cavity of tho tympanaum la coverod over br a thin bony plate, which Is In direct communication with tho cerebral meninges; tho floor Is close to the great Juilar, its internal wall is tho labyrinth wall, ing Into tho branches of tho acoustic norvo, whllo on tho outsldo wo havo a thin membrane about as thick as paper. It Is easy to soo that a puration, unless cured, in this part would soonoror later, (which it always does), lea to serious troubles In tho brain, and sometimes In tho lungs or heart, I And' a largo percentage ot the coses having a "running car" havo also a cough, and when tho oar la cured tho cough is also cured, Instoad of being worse Then tboro is another cla m of cases that ringing or roaring or other noises in the car. qulnlno perhaps Is given, this may bo rollovod for a time, but sooner or lator returns, but tho sufferer had his fears allayed by recovering partially from tho first attack, and so does not foci any anxiety this tlmo and tries the old remedy again, it falls and so does everything elso they try, and their friends don't sympathlto as there is no oxtornsl evidence of the suffering caused by this condition, but this, atlcost, causes thorn to hunt upan Aurlst, who el aminos the ear, and he finds thu car, perhaps, so far gono that It is Imposslbl, to rcstoro it full hearing powors il ho must havo great skill indeed to stop tho from being lost entirely, so far do theso cases If people would go to tho Aurlst ovory tlmo not wait to consult physicians and others, they snuch bettor, as ncary all tho dlsoosos of this Space will only allow a fow names for rcf orenco who have been cured of ear diseases bore by inc. Scores moro might be added 1 A. A. Dresthcr, San Antonio; w. Dcltart, Doorno; Jamos Davis, Ban Antonio; door go, son or W. C. Daughcrty, Sheriff Frio County, I'carsall, J. II. Murphy San Antonio; 1 T.Allen, I'earsall.Texas; J. II, Jonos,San Antonio; Major T. T Tocl, San Autonlo; J. C. Dlormeyor, Sun Antonio. Til Tho dlsoosoa of tho eyo aro ery numerousnearly ttJO In numbar, clearly defined, and recog nized by tho oculist, all requiring different trcutmont In order to cure them and reatoro good vision. Yet nothing shows tho folly of going to tho gcnoral physician for treatment ot this organ, than tho fact that ho has only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently to rccogulzo from threo to a dozen. It Is In this, and tho carerul application of properly selected remedies to tho and tho different affections of tho oyc, tbattho superiority and the suooess of tho Oculist consist. Nearly alt tho diseases of tho eyo aro curablo, uven In tho sovoro forms If clearly understood and properly treated and attended to In tbo earlier Btage before It has had time to destroy or Injure permanently the vision. Hut tboso coses that show blemishes and defects of vision and blindness so frequently, are cases In which thoro has been delav In Booking an Ooullst, and valuablo timo waa wasted by trying somo domestic remedies, or what is nearly a bad, trying tho ordinary physician. I do not mean by my remarks abovo to coudomn or crltlolso tho general practitioner for rooting Catarrh or diseases of tho Bro or Bar reuei loan nuunra suuuriuv m r mm every war mumiuiw, nu iiu uuuu. nuuu inn int. iubi can. Hut they will all honestly confosa that thov have not tho moons. In tho shape of selected remedies, Instruments, nor tho time to acquire the skill and practice to do Justice to these "what I do want everybody to understand Is that thcro ore a class of specially Instructed and experienced doctors, men who havudovotcd money, timo and study to these particular part of tho human body, In order to acquire the greatest amount of skill in treating It affections and diseases; aud peoplo who are suffering with any dlseaso in theso organs will, as far a poealblo, recover tho best and fullest use of theso organs, who seek tho specialist tho earliest; and tho physician will deal honestly with his patrons who gives them such advice. I sco In this country many casea of Strabismus, ("crooked eyes" they are generally termed), which Is a defect In appearance, uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly eycrr one of these cases can bo completely cured, and somo of them without any operation. Children should never start to school without having this remedied. Eyelids that turn out showing tho inside, or those that turn In and Irritate the eyo-ball, can all be perfectly cured. Artificial eyes can bo fitted and worn without any pain and to look perfectly natural. 1 havo a largo stock of thorn always on hand. Oldgranulatud lids cured surely. A few name aro given below for rofcrenco that havo boon cured by mo here. Many more might be glvon if necessary, but theso havo been seloctod becauso each one represent a different and yet most common form of disease of tho eyo : I). II. rtroodlng, San Antonio, lllepharltls CUlarla: Major T. T. Tool, Ban Antonio, Pterygium; H.C. Hadstate, San Antonio, Granular Lids and Keratitis; Frank Newton, Ban Antonio, Stricture I,acbryraal DucU; L. H. Lainbert, (Daughter), Ban Antonio, Ulennorrhoeolo Conjuno tlvltls; Anton lfalamuda, San Antoulo, Acute Conjunctivitis; J. W. Casey, (Daughter), Ban Autonlo, Iritis; Itachol llreslln. Ban Antonio, Choroiditis Serosa; W.A.Oarnahan.Baa Autonlo, lrldo Cyclltls; it. J. VInoent, Cotulla, Ulcer on Cornea; W. II. llrown, Leesvllle, Uranular Lids and Kornto-Irttis; W.J. Hogge, Eagle Faaj, Cataract; Oeorgo Loessburg, (Daughter), Caatro vllle, Strablsams; Mace Borell, llolmont, Entroptum and Trichiasis; Koborturler, Fan Maria, Pterygium and Leukoma; H, Cllurrls, ltuncho, Cbronlo Conjunctivitis and Keratitis: A. (J. Docker, Btockdalo, Traumatic Ulcer and Hypoplon; W. J. Torrlborry, Balttllo, Mexico, Traumatlo U laucoma. Included in the referenoo given Is the name of W. J, Hogge, from Eaglo Pass. Ha bad been blind for years, and tho operation waa so successful and gave him such good vision that a phy sician, who had practiced in New York City for years, said when to saw it a few day ago that it was bettor than any ho had evor saw before, Thla pattont was sent to mo by the courtesy ot Dr. 11. A. Knerppen, of Pledras Negras, Moxloo, who was also kind enough to assist Hn the operation, and to whose valuable aid a part of the success 1 due. For further information addrtrn N. S. Burnham, M. D. OcalistAuristlaiul Larvnoist Corner of Houston and St. Marvs' streets. of the Eye, Ear and Throat, With specialist In treating disease of the Rye, Ear and State, whon requiring tho services ot such skill cltlea at great oiponso, such as Kansas City, order to obtain relief for diseases afflicting to Kansas City (for tho boncnt of au oculists Kar and Throat Infirmary, Thoy, ono and all Totas. Finally falling health, causod by the Antoulovalne.1 a specialist who waa known by not bo out of placu here, as it Is so common tho throat, or both. Sooner or later.it atfocta in tho ear, or othor noises. Sometimes vlolont tho aciiteneas of hearing is lesaonod in a of bronchitis. can be cured. Ilutpooplo neglect It, and so in a vast number of cases Is tho flrst start of treated by ino with benefit for Catarrh in same T. II. Johnson, Catarrh In throat. Manager havo cured slnco located In this city, but I will Ears. not bo unlntercs'.lngto some, especially those physicians (without anypoclal knowledge on coverod only by very thin mombrano, and open continuous destruction of theso part by sup sometimes consult tho doctor, they complain ot lie tells thorn thor have cold and a dose of course of the dlsoaso and koen the bearing run boforo tho po opto consult compotcnt skill. anything was tho matter with tbolr ears, and would suffer far loss and preserve their hearing organ aro curable, esp cclally in tho first stages. Texas; W. W. Ilerry, Esq, Ban Antonio, Texas; IBe - that occur tn his practice. It Is his duty to giro