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lDtarnatlon.1 and Or.at Hnrtb.m K.l.tP. 1TJ. I Oil llarrbbars: wmA Ran Antonio. Hon. fn -.(Kxprea.) I t:p.uv 9:10 P. m. I KNIUIITH J'VTIIIAM. r.lk trto No. it), intoi.nlrrTliiirai) m. O.llo l.i liuilnlir uulldlnir, comer or Commerce snd Alsrnn street.. flDontcrc; H&vcrtlecro. Tills tpaco will lie oocunleilbyIr..Alex McMneters, Miyal clnn find Surgeon, Monterey, .Mexico. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Miners, Prospectors, Farmers, Mechanics. I would cull socehil Attention to nil who In tend comlnir to Mexico I'or Iho pmnoiw of working mlnra. rarnis nr cciraau In any other Induatrr.that the can find everythlps; needed . .In-ttmtlUNKIIAI.IIAIlDWAltr. I.INB.fncliM Milldera'.Meclianln'. Miners' Tool, and Mt..ln Supplies. nd Aarlcullursl Implements of nil Mklnda. llcada.uarlo-a forMlnioir nd lnmtln l'owdir, Atlss l'omtof.or Ilf ninlte, Trlpple forco Illa.llilir Cats. rtuMy. I iimi Rl'dro Mnirnetlo llaticrlcs, Kto.ni llnuk brills nnd supplies, l'latlinm I'lisr. readies? and Con .....tin. VI,. II, Mlimur Nlee . Ir III ni and Nnpptnir ilamirrrs, Also ll'rcM.inlthTooli4ar I'lrk. Mattocks, o'c. Alio ll'tcrnltliToolaod Huppllea. Iron nnd Hleel. Anvils. VIvk. Hollow', billls, Porires, Maclilncry.cic. I'uintp.oit. vanillin r, llrmli- A.NTU1UA fi:itllKTi:tll.t, Corner or Thoatro and Dr. Mler alreet., Nos. 19 end, Monterey, Meslo. Vlnd do fliHillaco N. lancstrolh. Invalids Seeking Health Hot Springs at Topo MONTlMlKV, MUX I CO, Superior to any In tbo country. Special In ducement offered for tbo establishment of a good hold, Correspondence solicited. Ad- JULES A. HANDALL, rroprletor, Monterey, Mexico. INVALIDS Hon ml tor Mexico Bliould bear In mind that tlio BOTICA DEL LEON (The lilon Drug Store) Drugs and Medicines, AmprlP.nnn.1 Vni-rtirn I'rttnnt Medicine. In- itruinotiti, Ihemlcala, etc. l'hjsiclana' pre scriptions aro compounded according to the practice of thorespectlvoiouiitrlea b strictly competent phaniMcUts. English, tier man, French nnd Spanish spoken. A largo stock of rut nit. varuibiics. jirusncs, i.iu. Mexican Curiosities S pecli.lt y. PATRICIO MILMO, BANKER, JIONTKIIKV, - - - JIEXICO. Hirfunm on Knalaod. ITnltrd States and nl points In Moxloo. and American mrrcucy lioiialit aim aold at current market reus. West End Hotel and Greenville Gardens, Mo.NTiiitnr, Tlo only flrit'Cl tilled. Clmmcsi uideiato Special ntllus hy tho week ormontli. A do- ICHHAiit homo. THOMAS tlltOOMH. I'roprlotor. City l'ronorty For Sale 1. 1 broe and one half street, runnluir to Han provi Klnolriilt orchard 3. tot. II and 4, blook S, Hsn red , Two lota cn Garden street, running 0. Lot on Booth Treat street running; to Oar- den street, w itn improvements, a. I.. I. No. 13 and 13. block 48. Oak and Dawson streets, with Improvements. 7. Two lota with Improvements, on Mixta ot, uciwoeu Avcnuua it mm u. lota, Austin ahd Orayson streets. Immediately, cast turn of str TUCt Fifty-two acres, with Improvements. im mediate!' below Mission Oonccpolon.SU) yards lit 11. Twenty-four acres, lot 210, west of Ban Ptvim crek, nt arotiaUu of InteroatJonal Riid sunsotnuiroaai. North Concho and llldalfro streets, ou Fninkllnrni 13, Kntlre block No. and 8 loU In block jCjour lot la block No. 29, above Upper uiuor anon , above Upper in. ftttuun lota on Grand avenue, near Lone Btarbrowcry.runutnK back to river. 17, Three and ne hair lots In Post homo toad, corner Commerce, Uuilc and North ,tJof V lota In lotNo. 72. near Prospect hill street railway, at price ranvloir from $100 to .25 a lot, on easy terms, lying west of Interna onal depot, and east of AUian creek. 19. Five acres running from Camden street to upper i-aDoraiicQi . Three lots i Elmlra street, corner Troo- ton avenue., ii Mi.oeii Int nn .Tan it no n street. i' Kiity-flve and one half acre under fence. vr.tb improvotueuu, tuo If rounds." "raoe and fair east aldo of Austin 4. Twenty Ave loU on llurloson, Lamar, Hays ind liurnott street. 86. Twenty-one tore on South Florea atrcot, mnniuB back, to rlvor. Srt. AU property bolonKlnpto Mesara. Adams k Wlokca. oomprlslnR building lota near Inter national. Sunset and Oovernment depots, San Pedro sprlnjrs and other parts of the city, which we offer at liberal prloes, and on easy terms, also, all their Irrigable Ian da tn and about tbo city. ur n twin eximliiA tltloa. write converancei attend to tho renting of bouses, negotiate cans oi onco. 873 Commerce street. Flanagan's Pantl. 'om tho Chlcaro News. Wiien Jtr. Webster Flanagan, the elo quent Texan who Immortalized himself four years ago hy asking " hat re wo hero for?" when this Jlr. Flanagan started from Texas last week to come to Chicago he did not hamper himself with a superfluity of wearing material. Jf the wliole truth must he told, tho only articles of attire Jlr. Flanagan brought Willi him were the clothes lie had on and tbrco bosom shirts, which he car ried In a bundle tied up with a piece or brown twine. The pants which Mr. Flanagan wore were of n material and hue quit consistent with the balmy temperature of Texas, lint altogether out of place III the chilly latitude or Chi cago. These pants wero of a delicate lavender shade, ond wero so exceedingly lliln that you could almost seo tho flesh tints of .Mr. Flanagan's aliapcly.blcepldal extremities through them. We are guilty, therefore, of no exaggeration when we sar that when Mr. Flanagan promenaded the thorougfares of Chicago, attired In those pants, with the thermo meter crawling down toward tit freez ing point, Mr. Flanagan and his pants wero tne cynosures oi an eyes. inniu and earlv vesterdav morning Mr. Flana gan went llsblng over on tho Govern- mcnt pier, lie may nnvo rcsonrn u this extraordinary method of amuse ment merely to gratify a passion for his piscatorial sport, or It may have been that his modest, shrinking nature sought eurcaso from that consplcuousness Into which his lavender pants were bringing Mm. At any rate, ho went to the pier attired In thene summer trousers, anil It requires no stretch or Taney tnlmnglno him grace fully sprawled on tho pier angling for those nnlmated conglomerations of line, bones and scales called perch. It Is known, and It Is not supposed to he sus ceptible of proof, that -Mr. Flanagan caught any but It Is a, lementnble fact that at or about 3 p. ni. yesterday, ns .Mr. Flanagan arose from his reouni- ticnt posture on ine pier, niiostiie nnii, partly embedded In a plonk, took a malicious bold on tho bosom of Jlr. Flanagan's pants and made a, vio lently successful attempt at disrobing Jlr. Flanagan. Jlr. Flanagan's mor tlllcatlou and chagrin nl finding himself en decollete, ns It wero, may be Imagined, hut not described, nnd tho complication was all the moro aggra vating when -Mr. Flanagan remembered that even when ho returned to his hotel ho would he no better oil" than ho was standing at the pier, since those unfor tunate lavender pants were all the pants bo had this side of tho Texas line. How Jlr. Flanaean ever irot uncK lo ins hotel without being arrested for n violation or the city oruinances win pcrhnps never be explained satisfactor ily. Hut he had to sit around In his room, lonesomellke nnd sad, waiting for a tailor around the corner to make the necessary extensive repairs upon those lavender pants, heveral newspaper corresponiiema cnucu io in terview him while he was In this bereft condition, nnd ho nsinred them that ho would never again venturo nwny from home with but one pair of trousers. "And another thing I have learned by this experi ence," said he, "and tunt Is that no Texas man ought to venture Into this hyperborean ollmato without under clothes and socks." A Voice from Oregon. mm Iho Tortlsnd Oregonlan, When great men llnd themselves In the inldst of their greatest responsibili ties, they always develop their greatest wisdom. This Is exlomntlcally true; and" this Is what will take Jtr. Blaine out of nnd above the faults wo have found In him. This Is tbo hone, at least, and our belief. Tho men who look for an overturning, Jingo policy, as some of Jlr. jiinine s nets in tue puoi n to Indicate, will find themselves sadly illinnnnlnteri. most llkelv. Till) eXtrem- est man In plans nnd the most reckless man in cuarges is always ine sirunseoi. man to hold a ennnuered oltv. Grant conquered nt the cost of many lives and great sums of monoy, yet held to n con servatism as 1-reBiueiivwuiuuiiRiuiiiBiicu those who thought they would have him nt their backs to grind rebels underfoot nnd overrun conquered territory. Krnst's Itestaurant During tho summer season will furnish meals as follows: Itrcakfast, 2So; dinner, 33c; supper, &c. 5-30-lm Notice. Tho hot season Is fust nppronchlng. Avoid sickness by having jour wells, vaults, cesspools nnd privies In good condition. Orders nromntlvnttended to by Han Antonio Sanitary and Fertilizing company, telepbcno 2U.". Olllco ntj Oeorce Schrocdcr's, 311 East Com- O-B-Sm An Hdltor'a Kiperlenre. After trying numerous reqiedlea for rheumatism, but without nermnnent re lief, I waa advised to use H. S. H., which had gtven permanent relief toothers suf fering from rheumatism. Alter taking half a dozen bottles 1 found that tho dls ease'wns entirely driven out of my sys tem, and a permanent cure secured. This was over n year ago, and since then, even during our most severe weather, with sudilcn changes, I have' never suflercd a return of the old attacks which disabled me from editorial work. Slight attacks have yielded promptly to a few doses of S. S. S., and disappeared within forty-eight hours. It Is very seldom, indeed, that I recom mend anything to the public in this manner, but 1 feel it due to your val uable preparation, that has, given mo such long desired ond much needed re lief, to state these facts thus publicly. T fitn enrn flint hut for Tftlir Hneclllc. I should have been laid aside from journal istic work, as the severest attack was lu my right arm and hand. As thousands are nowsuiierlng in a similar manner, and many of them hesitate for certain ronRonn tn usn vour nrenaratlon. I am contralned to address you this volun tary testimonial for publication In their Treatise on Itlood nnd Bkla Diseases mailed free. 1 UK owitrr nuinu io., iruwer ... Atlanta, Oa., 159 W. 23d St.. N. V., and 1'JUj unestnuc, t., Lima u-i i CltatlBu. NO. 10V9-I. 11. UOSKNTUAti & CO. S, A.J. COltUEUtlCK. The Plate of Texas, to the e herllf or any Con stable of ucxar county urecung; Whrrf a. nath has been tnade before mo bi John It. bhook, K&g., ono of the attorneys tor .,ininitirB I. it UnKMiithalAc Co.. that tho real. deuce ot thQdclcndant, A. J. Cobbeldlek is to him unknown, SO ium o uuirr piwwsa tn mw cannot he served on said defendant, you arc therefore commanded that by maklug publl cation or this citation In aorao newspaper pub Ushed lu tho county ot ileiar, for four con secutive weeks, previous p Iho iretu.n dai t.nr vnn iiminrtii thn aaid A.J. Cnbbf tdlcb to b and appear before mo, at my olHec, In the cltyot Han Antonio, lloxar county, 'loxas, on the second day In July, It being tbo ltth day of July. A.D.. lwJt.atlUo'clot.k a. in., lien and therotoansncrthccotnnialnt tf 1. 11. ltoacn thal&U,comiMwedorl u. HoMcnibal, M 11. llosenthaf. Big ltoscnthal and 8. It. Uinta, .In an action of debt tor forty-six dollars and twen ty ocnte t$lQ SO) duo on a sworn account on rile tn my office formUltocry goods cold and deliv ered by plaintiff to deicndaut during tho month of February, A. 1). Jtusl. j x , Herein fall not, but due servlco find return make of this writ as tho law directs. Given under ray hand this aist day of May, A.D..1&4. Anto Adam, Juitloe "of the Peace, Prcclnet No. 1, lloxar County, Texas. . Came to hand May 31, 18ftl, and executed May 81, 188., by causing this citation to bo pub lished In the Han a nth h to Lioiit, a newspu- weeks from date hentof. ' Constable, Notice to Property Owners. Citt Coi.i.TfTroirnCrrrcr, I Sun Antonio, June 0, !vM. I iicil airalntt them for il1 walk Improvement, road a by tbcOltr of Van Antonio, In front of tho'r property, alier hnv- Inir terr Ircd mto notltw to aonalruet tn 1 1 notice, and aliwi ailed to pay the amount nun inoruy i tructlnc sild sMewalkf, although of mlrd, by l?ln aodaia nnilioln thBoiTUUI irnalnfaald 0 IV to do tw a rciiti'nd br ret.tion 0 of an ordinance ooneviuinir cmi alriicllonotslKwalkf. Tberrfnnsloiny capacity, at Tai Collector or Mid city, and In cotnpl.ai.cn with fetllon 10 of aild city m"Jlnanw,iiaolciMl upon, and will, during Iff I boura on Ibt flrot Tum day of ttiemonlti of July nvit. to-wlt Oj tlio first day nf said month, and on" each tucrrcdlmr day thfrratttr until Ihiitatala uompteted, sell at pni.iio outcry m hip r fMih.lhobHowOeactllN-d firhttt hldd tiirrvlanf land and town lov, lyinir I tirintr in (Mi'i city or pan idi portion ihr t lontiiriti (Till ant unt duo and uupald by 1 UUpSKl rd with , I for.-Hied. rot th tltvof ran Ant nlo, county of llrx-tr. itnount and twt ma . pai'i at anr um bcluro Ibo day of salt. r.L'. HAurtaKH, City Ooitecior. Name nf owncrr, description of pmpctty, rlntbhitn, A. V. I Uiot It jl'Ih'I. I. . lot 4. block 1. 1 mm Inn on tho cast sbloot tn rdraenue, ITU tt. Hamuel', W 0 M tbo sou hlulfof tot 4, bloc a A. front Inv on tbo wrstaldoof tnn IViInt avcmif, US n linitlt, IJ.in I'm lot?, block 0. frontlnjr on tbu wiststdncf Pan IVdiu avenuv. $) 4T. C4llaBban, M Mra., 1 lot fromlnir 73 varas eustsldo Houlh Fiora strict, bouudol uat by Uwjer avenup, ivy .a. Caliaabat ltra 1 lot southewt it Koiiih Fior SHftt JP8 W. Flona, ItuL M. do M's.ms blocHT, Victoria Hwt, $l1 M. st Iialf of lot 15 frontl III var id(Kli(a ttrN't, anil J iCkio 12 to Inclusive, boiuIi Sldo VlctoiU t. '2I0 Mi. 8 1 root, J 10 60. Marshall. Jnu and Carol, 1 lot front In if 11 south sldo Market strut, bounded west by P.O. lvn.ida.77 '0. Mo'.rv, W. J., lots 5 and 7, Mock SI, north jldo WcttComiDprcoRtrcur, f.3 til Juan Uotlrl'.ucK, 1 lot froitlns 10 varns on east silo Acriiuld street, bounded north by John I lltf. 11 HO. r Holimor, UMralot 1, block ?5, north st ret r, Thuruion, JntncsT., lot 1, block 1, southwest C'lUillmi by rtihllratloii. No. U'EJ-TnKHKrIA IlAttTON VH. .TAMM M II AUTOS, ThoSlatoorToxas. to tho Phtrlir or any Con stable of Ilex u r Uuunty Uructintrt You arc hereby cotntoanded that by ma It (ok published In Iho In rrtlJcnt of lhla ftatn. to ht and apiwar lforw tbo Plilrlet court, to bo hnldon in and for tho county of Jlcxsir, at tho M. Ilarton. said l.'CJS, and alleges In substance s follows, to-wit: That plaintiff. In tho year A, 1., 1S17. waa law fully married in defendant, that they llrcd to- abandoned DtalntilT more than thn sue or said marr Juro one child, "Honey." a tie. aired two rear a and six months, that defendant Is a non-resident of this State. Therefore nravcr la mttdo for ct tit Ion. that the bonds of matrimony between plalntltz and de- be forever dlftanlved. Unit she hav tbo cai coats. and custody of (hj child and for all wliifr how you have executed tho ' Wlt'ueas, Theodore Daldus, Clerk of the Dis trict Court of llexar County. TlIEOIHUtK IlALllITK. Clerk nijilrlct Court lloxar County. I Issued samo dav. Came to hand May 31, 1881, at i o'clock a. m. and publication oruered lu tbo an Antonio IOI1T. 1. I rtlCUALL, Fheria Ucxar County, lly I!. A. Strvkna. Deputy. 6-Jl-w Cure for I'lles. Piles aro frenuentlv nreceded bv a aenso of weight In tho back, lulus and lower part of tho uduincn, cauiiuir mo patint in suppose no aucciion or ine xmneys or nciirnoor- llosanko's Pile av, alfected, atiwi'btng ho Tumors, allaying tho pnse itching ana aeeting a perraanent o, Prlco, 5J cents. Address, Tlio Dr. llo kn Medlcluo Co . Pint a. U. Hold bv C Hcasso, St Co James Clavln Hgland 3c Co NOTICE TO 10NTKACT0HS. Man Antonio, Junk is, lsst, rN ACCOItllANtK WITH A HIISOLUTIO.N I adonted liv thn cltv Counell Juno 10. 1H84. sealed proposal will Imj received at tills ollleo until u o-o'oeK, nooo, on MONDAY, JUNK Si, for tho repairs to bo mndo at tho Main Market iioiiso. Aisoinr mo lajiniroi a six men iui from tho market Into tho sewer on Ytun or lirty (,.'4li dollars i tho tun run ins in j party to 1 i tho eontn is awarded does not begin work with u Uv isrs iroin tnoiettinir ot ino work. lherUht Is ivcrvel to n-lint .nr and a dds. j. ii. i'hi:ni:ii, lly K. r. Cuuhok, Maior. I will sell at public auction, on tho Mh day of July, 1SS1, at No. OU West Com merce street, one Hull's Safe and Lock- Company's Flro l'roof Safe. XI. It. Ciiiciii.f rai, Deputy Collector, T. J. Weice's Confectionery, 380 Houston Street. Kxoellent Ioc Creatn and all kinds of refresh mcnta. Parties supplied, Prloos moderate 3 203m HI. D. MIILIL1E1R, Rubber Stamps, HTKNCILS AND HKAI-H, Fine Groceries and Cigars. place, No, II West Houston Street. DRi BnEEDiNc' xP'Dnllnig Block, Wabash JPOUTE JLUsTkk? A i tilt . NORTH mem Z ST.LOUIS Tills linn .irers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES ror Ihs eemf.rubl. snd rp!4 transport of pMMDsers. I.HAVINO NT. I.oum H.oo n. ni. rie.pt Nonclir. Thrniich Mrrr.fr fur Nr Vork ""! !:n,r '' '"'Toledot frr ChnlrCar nn,l Klrannt Tnrlor C'nr for Llilcnffn. LIIAVINOKT. I.OUM n.lflp. m, ,1M1y Tlimnsli Nleier l"rS l.rksnd III. onfyHiruushlileeper lu lloalon. I.KWINO ST. LOUIS R.oo p. m. dnllr Twobleepersf or Clilons;i nu,l i'rre t'iatr THE FINEST EQUIPMENT AU Agenta sell tlrltrta nnd engngn Hleit- Ing Cur i ontluns throngh to IKipulnr wtlUMtlniivIftthf Wabash Route J. P. CONDON, Hos. 312 to 316 Nacogdoches Street. MANUI'ACTUIir.ll OK Carriages and Wagons. OM lluffglc exchanged, or r 'paired In ilrst i new Muggy, seo tne. HhIIs r. fr-SKlm class manner. If you need i Wagon or ( arrlage, come ami faction iruaranteed. Pr.ces loi 1. CAMl'ltKLL. V. CAM I'll Kli. (!1MI'I!KLL IlltOS., Dealers iD Hay, Grain an! ?eei, North aide Alamo Plata, Hmn Antonio. tlTTelephone 310. THE MENGER BAR Has been entirely refitted by Laux BchmldU Mr. Herman I-otix was formerly the well known proprietor of Iho "Jewel," and they will bo glad toate thelrold friends and try to mak new ones. 0-U3tn MUX JC 8UIIMII1T, E.HERTZBERG, And Vealer in Watches, Diamonds, Jewetry Siinrware, Clocks, rSTatt and examine n lore bu i Ini olaowhere. under written guarantee. BELL & BRO'S. No. 2S1, Commcrco Street, Silver and Plated Ware, CUTLERY, ETC., Watches nnd Jewelry repaired. Chargca reasonable. Wo take pleasure In show ing our goods, and purohnaers aro Invited to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-4-ly ALEX. SARTOR, Watclimakerana Jeweler, Mo. 18 Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO, - - TEXA " J. C. BREEDING & SON, ARCHITECTS, 973 Commerce Street, tSf Over L. Kouvant'a Jewelry Store mm7 JEWELERiOPTICIAM X C iilrcled Weekly, ty Wm. CAMERON a CO. LUMBER, SHINGLES, SASH, M no ni u m in s-t 111 &a tn a Mi e Ml AM tm s-ia-tr WliPo I'lno Celllnir k Aiding 'oplar U-lllnir i Hlrtlnr iminnvacpininr. . t'elllna- & Hl.llnr Nnrell Mldlnr Mnales Ixina's tl. K r seeisior . Mo. l Doors and Psh as ivr published list. CARiUAGE, House, a x i: SIGN PAINTING. John II. Until wned a shop at J. Ifl. IE(CIKIFn31D9 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, IConniH t! mill 3, No. 1 " HOlcilml Ht Ban Antonio, Toxas. IUamlnatlon of titles and land lltlaatlon a sncclalty. lJO-ly ."dos&Tco., IB A K UX IE ffi S And Dealtrs in Exchange. SAN ANTONIO, TKXAB. WHITE ELEPHANT RESTAURANT AND Lunch Counter! MAIN I'I.A.A, BAN ANTONIO. J. I). SI'KkCKII, - - - riiorniETon. Ik-st of everything In iho market served In flrst-cluss style. I'rloca moderate 0-7-1y Main Plaaa, San Antenlo, Texas. fowler, Berliner & Co. Pronators. The Professor la ono of tho neatest, pleasant est, quleteet and most elegant Saloons In Texas, and keeps tho very best of Liquors, Wines, etc All gentle men at hirst will do well to vlfllt and tako their friends to see Tlio IProfoaaor, No. 247 Commerce street. JOHN H.COPELAND, Attorney ani Connsellor-at-Law. AND.NOTARY PUBLIC. FRED STEINER, rnoriucTon 9. 50, 61, 62, 63, AND 54. Stables Corner of Avenue E and Houston street. Connected by telephone. AU orders promptly attended to, day and night. Tele m.nn hs. o, useliroius uuiomr. no. sin iarse stmt and la prepsml tn do all elaws of wors Chsrata moderate. HatUfaetlnn iriiaranteed If Q ? IS tr To Ks. If g I! I i-'g! i I ip 1 3 it II I JJ. I f l s : &i 1 C E S p CO 5" 2 ff) S f P s 5 EJ. ' 3 "S3. a cq WHITE IeIIt I phone connection N, 0O0O, IlEYQUAFFflCTED? A Brief Description Of tho Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat. With a jcx References of Remarkable Cures. By Dr. H. S. Burnham. ton Antnnki lon folt need of a skillful ntLTn:ot..hl.8ta.obow,ntto Kaass. City talk, teneflt of an oculW. kill, mada th. riuatnUnoo of th (KnjIUt, Aurlst and UrjrjUU jjr. 3ST. S. B-ULrixlia.rn., who had chance t tho Karas City. Mo.. Bye. Bar and Throat tnflrm.iT. They. on. and alt united in urtthiN hltd to ooino to this point In Tsxas. Finally falllnr health, cau..d by tl Z I d.n,."eTn,,l.ueJ a chance, and so San Anton.o ialned a .pel.t wbo known by im.ofhrowncitlier.a.andtnanylntho8Uto.topoMcM th requisite kUl In all or It dX,to andrarlcd titrations and treatraent, and sine, locatln, her. the rrete.t crown ,"htaitrortaailhbsa won th. i ndurln aratltud. of hundred, whom h. ha. treated Jrotn all part of the 6UU. A few of them aro rl.en below aa reference. Catarrh.. AfuTtvmatka In regarJ to thUdlawemay not beoutof ."plaoo here as It Is so com no u. Nearly ill hate the trouble at some time la the acutcCform and, call It a cold Sometimes tbej areawara they hardiy getoTtrone cold unllltheyhatoanothtr. The col J, or more properly speaking, the catarrh, ihcn become suIacuto. liy neglect this runs Into a cbronlo form Sometime It Is located In the noaoi sometimes tho throat, or both. Sooner or later, It affects the ears, cm using f re quent ringing or roaring la tbo ears, or other noises. Sometime tlolent latUmatlon, causing excruciating pain, and the acute noa of hoarlng Is lessened la ft greater or less degree. Very often, too. It extends up through a little duct from the nose to on or the other and even bolheyea, causing several different form of dlseaaea of the eye Near!y,all are familiar with catarrh lu the form of bronchitis. Catarrh In at) Its forms and nearly all It stages can be cured. Hut peoplo neglect It, and so do physicians. They neither prepare tbemsches with the Instruments or knowledge sufficient orntHary totreatlblJtrouljleomodlMso,asarulo,and thus people themselves do not apprehend the danger they aroln when they consult a physician and he tells them, MOf Its nothing but a cold," and yet that so-called cold la a vast number of cases la the first st&rt of deaf ncssa, bllndncaa, loss of smell lossof vrJU-, of Laryngitis, llronchttl and Consumption. Any or several of theso may follow and be caused by a neglected cold. Below are a few names which I have permission to uso, who have been treated by mo with benefit for Catarrh la some of It forms slnoo I have been located hero i J, K. Itobluson.Uitarrb In throat, San Antonio; T. II. Johnson, Catarrh In throat. Manager Ban Antonio I. miiT, F. Kubn, Catarrh of the head, Denver, Colorado ( Mlas Mary Kraacr, Catarrh of tho throat and ear, Nova Soollaj Frank Newton, Catarrh of tho throat and eyes, Han Antonio, Mlaa R. Ioundjbury, Catarrh of tho throat and head, San Antonld. Sivres mure might be added Ui 1hl list that I havo cured alnoo located to this city, but X will only mention one more a a remarkable losunuo of how much good can bo done that class of Inourahle, aircalledtCunsumpUvts. U.W. fye, of Leon Springs, bad Catarrh for some years In Iho bend and throat, Anally the lungs became affected and bo bad several bcomorrbagesand had a very bad cough, beoumo much omacUted and a conllrmod Invalid, and was pronounoml by his physician In tbo last and Incurahlo stage of consumption. He camo to me for treatment but winter, nearly a year ago. Iluouinmenood to gain tieah and weal to work la the spring and I saw no moro of him uutll a fuw days ago, wheu hevaine la bragging how well he wa and weighed thirty pounds more than be ever did. Tiie A few words now lu n-gatd to the ear may not be uninteresting to some, especially those ho aro sufferers from varied and numerous forms of disease. Very few peoplo need urging to consult an AUrlst when they havo a discbarge of matter from It, especially If accompanied by a foul smell, yet somo will, and that toes strange as It may sound In this day of enllght- mont, by adi Ice of physicians, but surely It Is this organ. It Is a lamentable fact that somo of tho older this point) have a prejudice against tbo stoppage Ubaied upon tho erroneous teachlnm of old French writers, lu Verney and Itard D. B. St. John ltoosa, M.DLUD l'roftsorof Diseases of Cyoand Ear In the University of New York City; Surgeon of Manhattan Eye and Eur and Ear Hospital, etc, and who lsoonaldered the very best authority on the sbbject, says In bis last work t Tbero Una (athologlcal experience ou record which can sustain the assertion that It Is dangerous to stop a discharge from tho ear.' Let anyone acquainted with anatomy, oouslder this fact that there la, perhaps, nu part of thu human body which has more Important anatomical relation. Thoeuvltyot the tympanautn Is covered over by a thin bony plate hlch Is In direct communication with the cerebral meninges; the Uoor Is cloeo to the great Juglar, Its Internal wall Is thu labytlatb wall, covered only by very thin membrane, and open log into tho branches of the aeountla nerve, while on tho outs Id o we havo a thin membrane bout aa thick as paner. It te easy to stu that a puratlou, uuicm cured, lu this part would sootier ur later, (whicn it always dues), lead to serious troubles In the brain, and sometime in tne luugs or buart. 1 nnd a large percentage ot the ice having a "running ear' nave also a eougn, aua wnen tne oar iscurvu toe cough 1 also red, instead ot being worsp. fhen nereis another clasa of case that sometimes consult tbo doctor, they complain of igliig or ruurlcg or other nolneein the ear, lte tells theui ther have. cold and a uoae ( quinine pertiaps is given, this may be relieved suuerer nau ma irarn auayeu vj recovering )ariuvuy iroiu toe nnt atuiea, auu so uoea not leei any anxiety Ibis tlmo and tnea the old ruiutiy agaiu, it laiiaaud ao due e.erylhiug eiao they rom ktlug loati ely. i far do tbuee 014 ir twMiiiii wiiuM iri. to thu AurlHt uvurv tuna not wall to consult physlctauaaud others, tboy would suiter tar lea and prvaurvo their hearing much better, as neary all tiie dineaae ot ItiU orgau aru curable, eap ecialiy in the flrst stages. BpaOO Will Olliy nuw nw iikuics iur fiiuivuw wuv uv twumiw w vm uirmvi uvio uj to. Score more might be added t a. a. iirrau-ber. Han Antonio: W. DolurL Iloernc: James Davl. San Antonio: George, son of W. C Daugherty, Sheriff Frio County, Fearaall, Texas; W. W. llc-rry, Kaq San Antonio, Texas; J.H.Murpey San Antonio; K.T. Alien, l'eanall,lexas; J, H.Jouu,bau Antonio, Major T. T Tec I, San Antonio; J. C Durmeyer, ban Aalomo. THE The diseases ot tbo eyo are very numerousnearly 300 In number, clearly defined, and reoog- Nearly all the diseases of tho eyo a permanently tbo vision. Hut tboae hlch there v-iusitiin time wa wasted by trying the ordinary phyalclan. ... I do not mean by my remarks above to condemn relief ujall wboaro suffering In anv and overv rewcrtlloa. Instruments, nor tbo tlmo to acqulro caws. . .,... . riMriencod d'Ktors, men who have devoted and uUeasoa; and peottewho aro suffering with any disease In these organ will, as far as iKMwlble lecotvr toe boat and fulloat use of theao organs, who seek the specialist the earliest; and tho Physician will doal honestly with his patrons who give them such advloe. I see In this country many casus of Strabismus, ("crooiod eyes" they aro generally termsd ease can bo completely cured, aud some of them without any operation. Children should never start to school without having this remedied. Krellds that turn out showing the Inside, or those that turn In and Irritate tho eye-ball, can ail be perfectly cured. ArtlUeial eyea can be dtted and worn without any pain and to look a .?- n.tna. am .riven below lor reference might bogivon If nooessary, but those havo been selected becauso each one represent a different aud yet most common form of disease of the eye t D. II. Brooding, San Autunio, lllepoarlti OiiUrta; Major T. T. Teel, San Antonio, Pterygium; H.CHadstate, Ban Antonio, tlrauular Lias and Keratitis; Frank Newton, dan Antonio, (Stricture Laohrymal Ducts; L. 11. limbort, (Uaughter), San An. onto, Ulonnorrboaalo Uonjuno Uvltls; Anton Halamuda. San Antoalo, Acuto Ooujunctlvltls; J. iV. Caaoy, tDughte, tfau Iridocyclitis; It. J. Vincent, CotuU. UioorouCoruea; W. 11. Urowa, Leesvllie, tranular Uds and Kerato-lrltls; W.J. Iloggo. EagloFaaa, Cataract; Uuorge Loossburg, (Daughter), Castro- I'terrglum and Leukoma: H,CllurriA, tuncbu, Coronio UouJune'uvlU and Keralltia; a. U Decker, btockdale, Iraamatlo Uloer aud Hypoplou; W. J. Terrlberry, baltlllo, Mexico, inm.dsd in tue rclorenoo given 1 tho name blind for years, and the operation wa so suoooastul and gave til in such good vision that a phy sician, who had practiced la Now i ort City ror years, said when he saw it a few days ago iha It waa bettor than any bo bad ever saw belore. This patient was sent to me by tho oourteay of Dr. II A. Koorppon, of I'ledra Negras, Mexico, wno was also kind enough to aasJst In th( operation, aou "4V For further Information addres N. S. Burnham, M. D. Oculist, Aurist and Laryngist. Corner nf Houston and St. Mam' streets. O. IP. FROMMER, Practical Book Binder and Ruler Opp. Court House, Solctlatl St., Sau Autonlo. ED. STEVES & SONS, ZWholesale and Retail Dealers ZLZC " " LUMBER! LUMBER! Doors, Sash, Blinds, Shingles, Ete. TaM.atl.&O. N. Hallroad Denot, and at I OII.di 8. A. Itillroad Xruok, on AUtaada St. i sticclalUt In treating oiscascs oi Ears. never done by one who understands diseases of physicians (without any special knowledge on oi purulent discbarges from tho car, but this Hospital, Consulting Surgeon of llrooklyn Bye contlnuousdestructlon of these nans br aup- lor a time, but sooner or later returns, but the run before tbo people oonsult 00m potent skllL unvttiluir waa the matter with tiielr eara. and EYE- 0 them and restore good that show blemlihea and defects of vision and has been delar in seeking an Oculist, and uomcavio rcmoaios, or wuai is nearly a baa, tryiag war possible, and nu doubt all do the best they tho skill and practice to do Just loo to those . . ,v.M . .M1,1.it- mwt . monoy, time and study to theao partioular parts skill In treatlua- lta affections that have boon cured bv no here. Manv nnm of W. J. Hogge. from Eagle Pas. He had been