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HA11.HOAD TIME TAI1LK. International and Urat Northern I.IATtK ARRIVES. Krprewi 1-M a. m. 8: p. tn. Rtprcaa ... 12:16 p.uu 3;tt p. m. fffMiri Kxten.lon PrfMp, m. 7;lft a. m. ttalfeston, Uarrlaburs ftnd San Antonio. LIAYIS. I AIlKIVkS. Mnilxton KxprcM) 1:8.1b. m. I Mil p. m, Houston (MUM) l:U p. m, I 8:30 ft. m. Wi-atward (To and from F.I 1W). .. 6:48 p. m. 7iOH ft. m. K"NiailTS PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. SV TneetaeveryThuradayat7:.,W p. m. Castle foreman's llall. Vlxltlutr brethren welcome riMK GOODS. LOW I'llICKS Commerce St., Near Bridge Has received tbo largest tock or English, French and German roodevcr brought to tbls eltr. All stylrs and colors. Only tlrst-closs taHon employed. Suits made up la tho latest rtyle. at tbo lowot potvdblo prices, and a per iod tit guaranteed. Main riatA, Han Antonio. Texas, fowler. Berliner & Co. Pronrictors. MRS. SUTHERLAND & COOK. French Modistes, 14 Navarro Street, San Antonio., Latest Paris fashions always on hand. Al orders promptly attended to. J. c. ARCHITECTS, 373 Commerce Street. r Over L. Kouvnnt's Jewelry Store. A. V. DlLLlltl), ATTORNEY,-AT -LAW, No. lli Solodnil Street, Room 5. San Antonio, Tolas. Will practice In all tbo oourta of Texas. 10-19- tl E. SINGER & CO., Dealers In Fine Groceries and Cigars place, No. fi West Houston Street. MENGER HOTEL BAR Is winning a Justly-dcsorvcd reputation of being ono of the best, quietest and most ele gant bars la tbo city. The, Liquors and Wines are first-class. OUFIUI & SCHMIDT, Proprietors. City Property For Sale I. Three and ono half acres on Nacogdoches street, running to Ban l'odro creus, with Im provements. Flno fruit orchard on ground. 3. Lots 3 and 4, block fi. Ban Pedro avenue. 3. Lot 8, block 7, Ban Pedro avenue 4. Two lots on Garden strcot, running throiurli to Presa atroet. 6. Lot on Bouth Presa street running to Oar don street, with improvements. II. Lota No. 13 and 13, block 48, corner Live Oak and Dawson streets, with improvements. 7. Two lota with Improvements, on Slxtb street, betwoen Avenues D and E. 8. Five lots, corner Austin and Grayson streets, immediately east turn of street railway. 9. Kilty-two acres, with improvements. Im mediately below Mission Conccpolou.uuu yards riverfront. 10. Lota with lmprovcmuuts on Garza atroot, near Bin Pedro .springs. House two story; beautifully located. r 11. Twenty-lour aeres, lot 210, west of Ban Pedro ereok, at crossing of International and Bunsot railroads. 12. House and lot corner North Concho and Hidalgo streets, on Franklin fquare. 13. Entire block No. 33, and 3 lota in block No. 33, on Par i Avenue. 14. Four lota in block No. 25, above Upper Labor aitch. id. Ten iota in diock no. o, aoovo upper Star brewerr. running buck to river. 17. Throe and mo half lots In Post home toad, corner Coinmorco, Itusk and North trcets. 18. 125 lots tn lot No. 73. near Prospect hill street railway, at prleea ranging from 5100 to 1125 a lot, on easy terms, lying west of Interna- . Three lota on Elmlra street, corner Tren ton avenue. zl. Bevcn lota on Jackasn street. 1. Slxty-nvo and one half acres under fence, with improvements, known aa "race and fair ground.." Si. Beventy-flve lots on cast aldo of Austin street, above Bunsot round house. M. .Twenty nvo lota on Uurleaon, Lamar, Twcntv-onu aorej running baak to river. S3). Alt property belonging to Messrs. Adams k Wlokes, comprising building lota near Inter national, Bunaet and Government depots, Ban Pedro springs and other paru or the city, which we offer at liberal prices, and on easy terms; also, all their Irrigable lands In and about the elty. W. will examlno titles, write conveyances attend to the rentlnir of houses. npvntiHtA loan, on reasonable terms. Notary public at . J. H. FRENCH SCO OT! Couneroe street. Vla best smoking tobacco la "LUtle ookor," V. Lorra, Merchant f aDnr, PnOSPECTUS or tha lylle Cost Company, Issued by the Man- agament April I, ISS. Tbo Lytlo coal mine, (Hunted 23 rulles Bouth of Sun Antonio, on the Interna tional and Great Northern railroad, Is now fully opened, wllb a capacity to put out any quantity of coal that may bo demanded. The Increasing demand In this cltr secures the success of the company beyond pcradrcnture, From six tons per day, for tha month of Feb ruary, the demand went right up to 12 tons per day, for tho month of March, and with present orders will reach 20 tons per pay for tho month of April, and 30 tons for the month of May. This as sures a dividend on tho capital stock of above 15 per cent, which will be deolarcd on the first .Monday In August next. The drift or road running down Into tho mine Is 7x7 feet, securely timbered, and extends from the surface to the bot tom of tho coal, a distance; of 200 yards, with n fall of four Inches to tho yard. This drift Is continued through tha coal In a northern direction for 120 feet, with entries leading to rooms on either side, now suillclcntlr opened up for a very largo output ol coal. 'I ke coal Held, from six to eight feet In depth, Is covered by CO feet of earth, and extends for miles, In a southwesterly direction, with a width of over n mile, and Is, In fact, absolutely Inexhaustible. Tho coal Is now taken from the mine by means of a 10 horse power engine, and thrown over a screen into tho cars of the company, and hnuled over tho tramway GOO yards to the spur on the railroad track and dumped on tho railroad cars for transportation. Tho rnilrond com pany havo promised to extend this spur to the drllt, which will grcntlylcsscntho cost of loading, and dispense with sev eral outside hands. Everything nbout tho tnlno Is In. splendid working order, and tho man agement Is complete Tbo public are cordially Invited to go out and inspect tho works. The capital stock of the company Is $2.",0U0, nnd the stock Is placed upon the market nt S2." per share. The company have it lease on the mine for 10 years from Januarv 1. 1881. at 10 cents per ton royalty, with preference to mem over nny oiner pany of a contin uance of the lease. Tlilg Is a San Antonio enterprise. Sup plies are furnished lrom this city. I.YTI.K Pnr. Hnwitivv. T. S. Harrison, President; John Withers, Treasurer; I.. White, Secretary. Commissioner linden. At n meeting of tho County Commis sioners this morning the question of tho sewer from tho Jail sinks to tho San Pedro-was again called up. .Mr.BruiJen, under whoso Instructions the sewer was laid, was tried In tho Recorder's court for defiling the waters of the San Pedro, and the case referred baok to tho County Commissioners, who had before notllled tha city that they had not ordered its construction, ilr. Uraden felt hurt and insulted at tho action of the Commis sioners, and asked to bo excused, saying It was probably tho last time be would sltasCommlssioncr. He started to leave but Judge -Muson moved that an appro priation be made to reimburse ilr. ilra den for tho fee paid his counsel to defend him before tho recorder. This motion was rejected, only Judge Mason voting for It. ilr. liraden then quit tho room. Tbe accounts for the sewer pipe and Work at tho lull worn illaeiiasi.il nnil re jected, but this action was reconsidered aim tney were laid over until next meeting. Habeas Corpus Trial. At 11 o'clock this morning tho case of Airs. Susan 1). ilcLcan vs. J. 11. Polly was called In the District court. It Is n habeas corpus action to obtnln tho cus tody of four children, the fruits of her marriage with Polly, from whom she was divorced In Kansas several years ago. The decree gave her tbe custody ot tho children. Iler maiden name was llsverly, and sho has since her divorce married -McLean. Polly lives nt Flores vllle. In Wilson county, and his counsel pleaded to the Jurisdiction of this court. This plea was overruled, and the peti tion of Mrs. HoLean will he heard on Its merits later. San Pedro Springs Improvements. Upon cacli visit to San Pedro springs wo nro the more impressed with the en terprise, energy nnd good tasto shown by Its lesseo and manager, Colonel Fred Kerbel," than whom few men havo done, oven as mucb, toward tho comfort, Cleasuro and entertainment of the in abltants of San Antonio and Its visitors as Is seen by tho many Improvements accomplished by lilui since last season. Also, we must mention tbe splendid work done by our enterprising citizen, Colonel Ilelknap and bis coadjutors, In furnishing our citizens and visitors with the facilities of visiting frequently this beautiful resort.' Great Billiard Match, A gentleman from Chicago told a Liflirr man this morning that n great billiard match was coming ofl tn that city, at tho Central iluslo hall, next month, between Schaeffer and Slosson. for the champlonsblp, nnd that It had been stipulated that the loser of tho llrst game should have the choice of making the second game for S500 or $1000 a side. sold Out. Some time ago ilr. Frank Urown, of too Central saloon on Main plaza, took Into partnership, for a certain period, ilr. Henry Fellle. Tho oontract having come, to an end, the gentlemen havo dis solved partnership, nnd the former, to whom the business belonged, has sold out to ilr. J. llrady. Real Estate Transfers. William J. Scott to T. J. Scott, lots 21, 22, 23, 21, block tl, south division of original city lot 07, west of San Fedro creek; $800, Leon Compte and wife to Fred Cocke, lota 11 nnd 12, block 1; recorded In regis try book 10, page COO; $50. Marriage Licenses. A. H. Bohn and Mamie Hallaran, Nloholas Montcs nnd Florenola Cer vantes, Simon Pena and Carolina llatcstn. St, Leonard Uotel, Ban Antonio, Texas. This hotel has lately been opened on the European plan, and promises to bo very popu lar. Alt of the appointments aro Bret class and new. Tbo rate Is J3U) per day. Tho proprietor, Phlneaa P. Lounabery, la New York man, and kuowa how a hotel ought to be kept: and wo can answer from neraonal ex perience that thoso once enjoying I la comforts will be aure to return again. Stock men will fiiutuw raaae a note or mis., i-gg-um A. J. COBELDICK&CO, French and English Milliners and Costumers, Perfect (It a-uaranu-ed. Mnurnlnraand V.n. tela a apcelaitr. All order promptly attended in. a inai aoiiciicu baai nous'on street. nMim:.MlER7 Rubber Stamps, STENCILS ANA. SK.lLS, Ban Antonio. Henry E. Vernor, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW SAN ANTONIO, TUXA8. SOri Wct HouMnn trcel, 501 Soledad street, on in all tiie State siHirs. rooms rnoa. aanni. rraciicca nd l-euoral courts. 3-ll-ly Vjmtif House Mar. The Hist old Robinson County, Tonneuce and Kentucky whl.kea a In the wt-M. tMind see tho old icllab'e 7W3N", German-English School. Tho row m hnl silo tnarnf tlifnhnvn fntllhi. tion wilt brjrln on Monti y, tbeSUt Inst. Chlldrrn tbsthave bad no fchoollnir ctn be admit led only At the hCKinnlnir utthoiear. hot diirlntr the mido. Application forndinlllanrn will ho received M ho l)lrretir. JUr William IUrI.rrW.4M Water sticet. tir tho Soiretars, Mr. J II. Hchaefcr, 25 Accnulrtntrnt, or bv tho undcr slrncd F. (J 11003, President. San A til 017 lo, April JO, 1881. " For SaieT Two Hand Engines, Can bo fcen at tbo Fourth ward Fchool 'house. If notiold wllhlnSO days will be sold at pub lic auction on Saturday, April SO, 18 4. l'or terms apply to James II. French Mayor, or Q. A. Ducrlcr, Chief Fio Department. JAMES H. FRENCH, Mayor. Ily E. 1'. fl.AcnoN, City Clerk, OtO. W. POLK. V. N. OIUMIEIl. BUGGIES. Wo havo a flno arsortmcnt of Phaetons, Buggies, Carriages and Sporting Whit on, tbo brst and chcapett over brought tn this city. Thli wok wan madeto ordar, which woiruaranteo. Call POLK ifc GRANGE!,, S10 So!edad Street, Ban Antonio, Texas. E.HERTZBERG, And Dealer In Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, K3fCull and examine my stock and prices bo- loro ouyingcisownerc. .Mignouswiii do boiq under written guarantee. K. Hektzueko. BELL & BRO'S. No, 11, Commerce Street, Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges reasonable. We take pleasure In show ing our goods, and purchasers are Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-1-ly Atex. Sartor, Watchmaker ana Jeweler, No. 18 Commeroe Street, SAN ANTONIO, - TEXAS. JEWELPIICIAK Staehely & tips. Builtos Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nalli, lion 8lWi( Wood Work, And Tooli of KTry Detcrlptlo iP-AXESTPS and OILS, Table and Pocket Cutlery. John Deero hard and sulkr blows, culti vators etc. Tenneaeoo wagons vml general rarmtnacmncrr. 17-iz-gsi J. B. CAlllt. W. II. MABOM. MASON & CARR, Attorneys at Law, Hoom O Ileiln. Handing. No. i Polcdad Street. San Antonio, Tvxaa. calXaway7" Photographer. Hest Instruments. Heat work. Iteason- nble rates. -11. '1 F.nst Houston street. J M. ECKFORI). ATTORNEY-AT- L AW, Itooiim t! nntl ,'J, No. 1 a SOIr ilntl St San Antonio, Texas. I.xamlnatlon of lilies and Innd litigation a specialty. 1 110 I y E."iiST It A SSB UKO Kit. A.UOFIIT15CT, 245 Market St., San Antonio. The Improved White has tnoro valuablo Improvements than nny other ecwlng machine. 'It Is simple and perfect In all lis parts. Belt setting necdle,soir threading shut tie. Runs Light -Sews Fast. And la almost nolsloas; winds every bobbin a smooth aa a spool of silk. Wnrrantod for flro years. Call and oxamlno boforo buying else where. No. 108 Avenue 1!, opposlto public school house. l-l-3ml W. G. ERPS AGENT, thns. II. Mayileld, ATTORNEY -AT - LAW, 272 Commerce St.. San Antonio. BoerneHotel IIOEKNE, KKNI)AI.LCO.,Tr., JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor. Hoerne, as a health resort, in unequalled In this Statu or countrr. esDuclallv for uulnionarv and kindred complaints. The above hotel has bcn thoroughly renovated, and per i8 favorlntr It with their patron aire nill find everything aa conducive to their com fort as can be found In Western Texas. Largo ana snapious rooms, wun snuiucnr exposure, well lurul&bod. caroeted and well ventilated. opening on vnrandas IK) feet lontr each. The UOKHNK HOTEL Is dln ctty opposite the stage office and within twowlmilra'walkoftbo Dost and teleirraph olUcos. Mall and tl nt-class stajre aaiiy. Btag-ea wui can inranu oo'iver pasaen srera and baaTiraire at this hotel. I.rerr atten tion paid to Kueits and the traveling Public. First class accommodations for commercial travelers. mksmt JOHN H COPELAND, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofllcti No. S0 West Cnmmcrco street ttalra. l'racticoa In all the courts. NAKC1S0 LEAL, LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE And General Commission Dealer 8an Autonlo. Texas. American House Hoernc,Tex., A.W.Uarr.Trop. Persons wlshlnir to spend tho fall and winter In tho country will nnd at this house as many homo comforts an can be found anywhere. Well ventilated rooms, best of beds and more verandah promenado than any other houso In health resort Hoe mo has no coital In Texas. specially tor pulmonary com pi amis, uur FRED STEINElt, PHOPRIITOB HacksKo.21,26,27, 52, 73 Btablca-Coraer of Avenue B and Hudatoo atreet.' Connected br telephone. A orders promptly attended to. day or nlghu Telephone connection NO. 801. ARE YOU AFFLICTED? A Brief Description of the Diseases a few References of Remarkable Cures) By Dr, N. 8. Burnham. n Autonlo long felt tho need of a skillful Throat. Tho inhabltantauf alt this Immonae But, when requiring the service, of such skill wcrocotnpclU.il to make long Journeys to distant 8t. Louis and Chicago, nnd mill further Halt, In theto ornan, and parts. Manynf Iheeltlzenaof thlaftam who went to skill, made the acquaintance of tho Oculist, Aurtst and Urynglst. Dr. 1ST. S. BTarrLlaeim., who had charge t IIhi Kansas City, Mo Kye, united In urging lilm to como to this point In Texas. Finally falling health, caut.d by the coldcllmate, cnmH'lleiI a change, andan San Antonlogalneda apeclallat who was known by omo ot her own cttlicna, and manr In tho Slate, to poaacta the requisite skill In all ot It Jellenlcland varied 0ratlona and treatment, and alnco locating here the greatest auoccea has crowned hlaelfortaand ho has won tho enduring gratitude of hundreds whom he baa treat from all parte pf the State. A few ot them aro given bolowaa reference. A few remarks In regard to thlsdlacascmay Nearly all havo tho trouble at some tlmo In tho awaro they hardly get ovcrono cold until speaking, tho catarrh, then becomo sub-acute. Ily neglect this run, Into a ehronlo form. Sometimes it Is located tn the nose; eomotlnice tho throat, or both. Sooner or later, tt affects tbo ears, causing rrequent ringing or roaring In tho cars, or other noises. Sometimes vtol.nt Intlamalton, causing oxcrucUtlng pain, and tho acutencaa of bearing is leeaened In a greater or leaa degree. Very often, ton, it cxicmla up through a llttlo duct from the noao to ono or tho othernnd oven both ciea, causing aovcrat different form of diseases of tho eye". Nearly all are familiar with catarrh tn tbo form Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly all Itaauuoa do physicians. They neither prrparo themaelvea with tho Instruments or knowledge sufficient or necessary to treat tbla troublesome dlaeaae, aa a rulo, and thus pcoplo themaalvca do not apprehend tho danger they aro In when they consult a physician and he tells them, "01 Its nothing but a cold," and yet that so-called cold In a vast number of caaea la the first atart of deafneas, blindness, loaaotamcll lora of volei, of Luryngltla, ttronthltla aod Consumption. Any or several of theao.may follow and bo caused hlch I havo pcrinlsslonlto uao, who havo been otlts forms since I havcibocn located herot J. V. Robinson, Catarrh In throat, San Antonio; San Antoulo Liour, F. Kuhn, Catarrh of tho head, Denver, Colorado) Mlaa Mary Fraaer. Catarrh ot tho throat and cars. Nova Scotia; Frank Newton, Catarrh of tho throat and eyes. San Autontot Mlaa tS.Loundsbury.CHtarrhor Scorca mora might bo added to thlr Hat that I only mention onu mora aa a remarkable Instance or how much good can bo done that claaa of Incurable, eo-callod. Consumptives. O. W. rye, of Loon Springs, had Catarrh for some years in tho head nnd throat, Anally tho lunga became affected and ho had several hoemorrhagea and bad a very bad cough, became much emaciated by hla phyalclan In tho last and incurable stago of consumption. Ho camo to me for treatment last winter, nearly a year ago. Ho commenced to gain llenh and went to work in tho spring, and I saw no moro of him until a few days ago, wben he camo In bragging how well he wa and weighed thirty pounds mora than ho over did. Tiie A few wordanow In regard to the ear may who nro sufferers from varied and numerous forms of dlaoaao. Very few people need urging to conault an Aurlat when they havo a discharge of matter from It, especially If accompanied by a foul smell, yet aomo will, and that too, strange aa it may aound in tbla day of enllght mcnt, by advice or phyalclana, but surely It la never dnno by one who understands dlaeaae. ot thla organ. It la a lamontablo fact that some of tho older thla point) havo a prejudice against tho stoppago ol purulent discharges from the ear, but thl la baaed upon tho erroneous teach Inns of old French writers, Du Verney and Itard. B. B. St John Itooaa, M. I)., LL. D., Professor of Illaoaaca of tiro and Ear in the University of New York City; Surgoon of Manhattan F.yeand Ear Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Brooklyn By and Ear Hospital, etc., and who Is considered tho very best authority on tho abbjoct, aays In bla last work I "There la no pathological experience on record which can auataln tho assertion that It Is dangoroue to atop a dlschargo from tho oar." Lot anyone acquainted with anatomy, consider thla fact that there la, porhapa, no part of tho human body which has more Important anatomical relations. Tbocuvlty of the tympanaum Is onverod over br a thin bony plate, which lain direct communication with tho cctcbnl menlngea; tho floor la cloao to tho great Juitlar, llalnternal wall la tho labyrinth w-ill, covered only by very tbln mombranj, and open ing Into tho branchca of the acoustic nerve, whllo on tho outaldo wo havo a thin membrane about aathlck as papor. Itlaeasy toaoothatacontinuouadeatructlinof thoao part, fay sup puration, unless cured. In thla part would eooncrnr later, (which It alwaya dot ), lead to serious troublealn tho brain, and amotlmca In tho Inngaor heart. I find a large percentage ot tha caaea having a "running car" havo alao a eougb, and when tho car lacurod tho cough la also cured, 'ustcad of being worse. Then .ncre la another cla aa of caaea that eomt tlmca conault tho doctor, they complain of rluglng or roaring or other noises in the ear. lie tella them thor have cold and a doaa ef quinine perhapa la given, tbla may bo relieved for a time, but sooner or later return a, but the sufferer had hla fears allayed by recovering partially from the tint attack, and so doc not feel any anxiety thla time and trlca thvoldroincdy again. It falls and sodoea ot cry thing else they try, and their friends don't ayinpathlzo aa there Is no external evldenco of tho a jfterlng caused by tbla condition, but thla, at least, cauaee them to hunt up an Aurlat, who examine, the ear and ho finds tbo car, perhaps, ao far gone that It la Impoeaibl to reatore Its full hearing powers and he must havo groat aklll Indocd to atop tho courso of tho disease and kooo the hearing from being lost entirely, ao far do these cawa run before tho poople consult competent skm. If people would go to the Aurlat evory tlmo anything waa tbe matter with their oars, and not wait to consult physicians and others, they would suffer far leas and preserve their hearing much better, aa neary all tho dlwaios of thla organ aro curablo, esp eclally In tho Brat stage. Spaco wilt only allow a few namca for reference who havo been cured ot ear diseases here by me. Scores moro might bo added I A. A. Drcaruor, San Antoulo; W. Dcllart, llocrne; James Davis, San Antonio; Ooorgp. son of W, C. Daughcrty, Sheriff Frio County, I'carsall, Texas; Vf. W. Ilerry, Eso... Ban Antonio, Texas; J.H.Murpby San Antonio; B.T. Allen, I'carsall, Texas; J. II, Jones, San Antonio; Major T. T Tout, Sun Antonio; J. C Dlormoyer, San Antonio. Tin Tho diseases ol tho c) e are very numerous nearly 200 In number, clearly defined, and reeog nlzod by tbo oculist, all rtqulrlng different treatment In order to cure them and restore good vision. Yet nothing show's tho folly of going to tho genorat physician for treatment of this organ, than tbo fact that ho has only eulSciently studied this complicated organ aulDolently to recognlzo from three to a dozen. It Is In thla, and tho careful application ot properly selected remedies to the and tho different alfcotlona of tho oyo, that the auporlorlty and the suooeaa of tho Oculist consist. Nearly all tho dlicateaor the cyo are curable, even In tbo severe forma If clearly understood and properly treated and attended to In tno earlier stagoa before it baa had tlmo to destroy or injure permanently tho vision. Hut thoso cases that show blomlahc and defects ot vision and blindness so frequently, nre cases in which tboro baa been dolav In seeking an Ooullat, and valuablo tlmo waa wasted by trying some domeetlo remedies, or what la nearly as bad, trying tho ordinary physician. I do not mean by my remarks abovo to condemn or crltlclso the general practitioner for treating Catarrh or dlscaaesof tho Evo or Ear that occur In hla practice. It la bla duty to giro relief to all who aro suffering la auvandovervwav poaalblc. and no .loubt all do the beat they can. Ilut they will all honestly conlces that thovbavo not thomeans. In tho aTikpeof selected remedies. Instruments, nor the tlmo to acquire the aklll and practice to doJustloe to thoae caaea. What I do want everybody to understand la that tboroare a claaa of epoftutlly lnstruetod and experienced doctors, men who have devoted monoy, tmo and study to these particular part of tbo human body, In order to acquire the grcateat amount of aklll in treating Ita aOtectlons and diseases; and people who aro suffering with any disease in theae organs will, as far aa pwalblo, lecovcr the beat and fullest use of thoao organs, who seek the apoclallst tho earlUMl and tbo phralclau will deal honestly with hla patrons who glvca them such advice. 1 eeo In this country many cases of Strablamua, ("crooked eye." they are generally termed), which la a defect in apicarunoe, uncertain vlalou and weakona It. Nearly every ouo of tbesjet cases can be oompletoiy cured, and aomo of tbem without any operation. Children seotaM nover start to tchool without having this remedied. Eyellda that turn out showing tbo Inside, or thoso that turn In and Irritate the eye-balL oan all be perfectly cured. Artificial eyes can bo Htted and worn without any pain and lo look perfectly natural. 1 have a large stock of them always on band. Old granulated lids cured surely. A few namoa are given below for referenco that have been oured by mo here. Many mora) might bo glvou if necessary, but thoao havo beon solectod because each one represents a different and yet most common torm of diaoaao of tho oyo 1 1). II. Dreedlng, San Antoulo, IllcpharltlaCUiarla: Major T. T.Teel, San Antonio, Pterygium: Il.CHadstate. San Autonlo, Granular Lids and Keratitis; Frank Newton, dan Antonln. Stricture Lachrymal Ductal L. U. Iiambert, (Daughter), Son An onlo, Illennorrhcealo OonJuoo tlvltla; Anton Ifalamuda, ban Antoulo, Aouto Conjunctivitis; J, W. Casey, (Daughter), Isaa Antonio, iritis; luchoi llroaUn, Han Antonio, Choroiditis Serosa; W. A.Carnahan,Ban Antonio. Included in the referenco given la tho name of W. J. Hogge, from Bagle Pass. He had basti blind for years, and tho operation was ao aucceaaful and gave blm such good vision I feat gr. aiclan, who had practiced la New York City tor ycura, said when ho aaw Ita few days asfO tKt Dr. Il.-A. KTorppon, or Flcdraa Ncaras, Mexloo, who waa also kind enough to aaaaat ka tkl operation, and to whoaa valuable aid a part oftho suoooss la duo. For furtoor Information address N. S. Burnham, M.!D. Oculist, Aiirist and LWeistf Corner of Houston and St. Marvs' struts, 1 '-i of the Eye, Ear and Throat, With specialist In treating dlecaaca of the: Eye, Bar and cities at great eipcese, such aa Kansas Cny, order to obtain relief for dlacaaea aOlctlnf l(anaaa City , for the benefit of an oculist. Kr and ThroattlnSrmary. They, on. and all not bo outof placo here, aa It la so common acuteCform and call it a cold. Sometimes they they bavcanothcr. The cold, or more properly or bronchitis. can bo oured. llutpcoplo neglect It, and so by a neglected cold. Below area few name. treated by mo with bencHt for Catarrh In some T. II. Johnson, Catarrh In throat. Manager tho throat and head, San Antonio. havo cured alnco located In this city, but I will and a conllrmod Invalid, and waa pronounced Ears. not bo iinlntcrcatlngto some, eapeclally thoae physicians (without any special knowladg. on Eye. Terrlberry, SaltulcyMvSsw, Mi