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ASSOCIATION. TELEPHONE NUMBER 616. Open day and night LuTofOwmm. mmarn or Uacks. ir.n.e'ioir.- M,u Carter fcMullal 40, 1. 2,M,3,M J. 8. Martin Co ..!,!, 8, 1. 6, a Dunn, Bmllh Oo A I...JH, J7 Bcrntrom ft lltuitla..i.lo, II, it, 13, It, 15, m FrIU glctner. t ( Jt, 62, M, M Thomaa Muldoon as, 33, M Mar roster - W. U H A.O. Smith.... , an, 97 a T. Smith . Joseph ruller it John McUunhlln Charles Johnson ,, IS, IT, 18, 21 DanWtter...i 7, 8.B This aseoclat on nolda Itself responsible for the action of anr driver who mar ha driving any of the above enumerated number of haok, and doem It a favor from the tldloir publlo when ther report anr mlroonduct or over ohartea on part of drlreti. All hacks whoee numbers do not appear In tho above do not be low to elaawoclatlon. All complaint! mint be made to the Hoard or Directors through the Secretarr, W. R. STORY, President. O. W. DUNN, Secretary. C. M. AIKEN, Commission Merchant, -AND DEALF.n IN- Northern Produce. IJ 10LCDAD STREET, SAN ANTONIO. Makes a tpeolaltr of Foreign and Domcitlo Fruits, Nun, candles. Cigars and Fins turner ana Cbecso. 10-13-3m EYE, EAR, THROAT! CHAS. DBADY, M, D. 0. ET A CHIR.) Burgeon to the New York Ophthalmlo Hot- Eltal ud Professor of Ophthalmology la tbe ollege of tte lNew York Ophthalmlo Hospital (nowln Ban Antonio on leave of absence) will receive patient for treatment of Disease of the Rye. Ear, Throat and Noso athta OmOE-401 E. HOUSTON 8TRKKT, J. H. FRENCH & CO., General Real Estate Agents, MO. Ill COMMERCE STRICT. SAM ANTONIO, TEXAS. AGENTS FOU THIS LANDS OP ADAMS & WICKES. All business entrusted to na promptly and satisfactorily attended to. Hosack & Newton, REAL ESTATE AGENTS HF Hare large store rooms for Consign taenia at No. 21 Boledad it, op. courthouse. W. H, 0UTTERS1DE & CO, DO. JJ5 HOUSTON STREET, Plumbers & Gas-Fitters, OAS FIXTURES, Bath Tubs, Wash Stands, Pumps, ltubber Hose, Lead, Iron and TUo-Plpe. Water and Steam Brass Goods, TO G, W. BALDWIN'S, til COMMERCE STREET. Books, Stationery, Periodicals, Frang'a Birthday Cards, Fine Anto- rrapn Aiouma, tsorap hooks, juvenile HOOKS, JHO. B.H.UIU MUpholstering, Mattresses, Carpets Faper Hanging, Repairing Furniture. BBHYEB, 2 1 6 MARKET BTRBET. RENDLE & DERBY, now Insure All work iruarintfWil and at lowest timirea. Comer Mat a or da aud Victoria Bta. e-KWra JACOB' WEBER & CO., ( Wholesale and lletall Dealers In WIms, Liquors, Beer, Cigars. and Manufacturer! of THI DWIRSaL JITT1HS, Kuwmel, Anisette, extraot of Hoerhound, .to. Krleob'a hall, coraerj Houston and North Flore, etteeU, San Antonio. l-S-lj INDIANA. Governor Hendricks Addresses the People" of, Ghelbyville. IxmaxapoLIs, October 30. (lovernor Hendricks, In accordance with bla usual custom In election years, to address tho Demoorats at Bhelbyvllle, the Inst week of tbe campaign, spoke there this after noon. He bad been engaged for the bar becue on September 23, but cancelled It to visit Columbus, Ohio, much to tbe re gret of his old constltncnts, and the meeting to-day was attended by about 8000 people. In hla speech he counselled the Democrats of Bhelby county to close up their divided ranka and sustain him once more by the tuflrages, as they bad In the past. Ho told the people that he wanted their votes, although some dudea had charged that It was not proper for him to ask for votes. The speech proper was devoted to three propositions, viz: That the tariff ahonld be limited to the needs of government: that the Republi can patty by their policy had driven our carrying trade from the ocean, reducing It from t3 to 13 per cent., and that the surplus In the treasury should be re duced. Upon the tariff he said: "In tbelr platform the Republican! assure tho country mai mey win remedy inequali ties In the tariff system and remove ex cess. Ia that not an admission that the tariff law of this country Is not equal and that taxation Is unequal upon the Iieople; that upon one man taxation Is ilgher, heavier and harder than It ia on another? I think so. What have they been doing In the 19 years that have passed by since tho close of the war. and the Republican party has been all the while In nower. YVhv have thev como before the people and admitted that the revenuo system Is not equal and Just? Why Is It that they havo to admit that there Is an excess collected through the instrumentality oi tno revenue lawr How much shall the people be taxed? The answer Is a plain one: Taxation shall equal but not exceed the wants of me uorernmenr, economically aumims tered. That la what President Arthur said two years ago; it Is what tho Demo cratic convention said on last July at unicago." Senator Williams, of Kentucky, fol lowed Hendricks, and Judge Campbell, of Illinois, spoke to-night. BROOKLYN. Reception Tendered to Mr. Blaine on Thursday. Nkw Yonic, October 30. Illalno went to Hrooklyn this ovcnlng to attend a re ception and mass meeting there, and to review a parade. The flags of the city were hoisted on the city hall and muni cipal building. Illalno went first to the Mansion house, where an Informal recep tion was held and thousands of people were presented 10 mm. laier ne win attend tbe ladles' reception at the Acad emy of Music. Long before the hour appointed for the reception to Blaine given by tbe ladles of Brooklyn, the Academy of Musla was crowded In every part, and people went away una ble to get In. Although the occasion be longed to women, there were many men present. Rev. Dr. Ilehrens waa chosen spokesman for the ladies, and delivered an address, portions of which were warmly .applauded. When he Intro duced Mr. Maine everybody In the houso arose and cheered, and ft la probable mere was never so large a numoer or handkerchiefs fluttered In the great hall. Blaine bowed repeatedly, and after al ienee was restored, made a very grace ful little speech In acknowledgment of tbe compliment extended him. He, placed great stress on the Influenco ex erted and exercised by ladles, not only In this campaign, but in aid of tbe Re- MASSACHUSETTS. Governor Cleveland Enthusiastic ally Received at PIttstleld. riTTSFiELD, October 30. When It was learned this morning that Governor Cleveland would pas through PIttsfleld en route from Albany, an Immense crowd of the best citizens of the country for miles around were at the depot to meet him. Tho Governor's stav here of a half nour was ceieornieu uy cneenng, musio and cannon. Twenty-live oltlzens of New Haven, Including Congressman Mitchell, Mayor Lewis and other prom inent men, met Governor Cleveland at this place, and tbe select men of the town and leading Democrats were his escort from tbe cars to the special train on the Housatonlo railway. It was with difficulty that way was made for blm through the throng. He seemed greatly pleased by the reception, which was en tirely unexpected. When Introduced by George N. Dutton, of the Berkshire In dependent association, as the ''Next President," bis. attempt to speak was defeated fav the oheerlnir of the crowd. He appeared on the platform of tho car anu ooweanis tnanKstomeentnusiastic crowd. Everybody went through the car shaking hands. The train linally moved off with the bands playing, can nons uring anu great cneenng. To the Traveling Public Office of St. Leonaud Hotel, Main Plaza, LAZA, BAM ANTONIO, AEXAS, IBtH. Editor Ban Antonio Light: As I desire to make "Tbe St. Leonard Hotel" a popular resort for stockmen, wuero iney may. enjoy an mo suusian tlal comforts of a llrst-olass hotel. I have reduced my rates to correspond with the times, to Si BO nnd S2 nr rinv. and will be glad to see yourself and friends whenever you come to town, and will be -on hand to attend to your comfort and mane your aiay agreeaDie. tars ana stngeB pass the door. Yours respect- 0.lb.3m X-UIXKAS 1". LOONSBEHY, Proprietor, To the Members of the Blilno and Loam Club. A meeting of the members la called for the transaction of pressing and Im portant business on Saturday night at r.w, ai ueauquariers. ah memoers are specially urged to attend. 10-30-Dt ' L. C. Quothai, President Blaine and Logan Club Light Annual and Guide. The I.iaiir Annual and Guide for 18S5 Is now In the hands of the printer. An edition of 6000 conies will be nrlnted The book will be a valuable advertising medium, and business men desiring apace are requested to send In their copy eariy. IMU-tr Music for Bll and Parties. The Frank D. Zottarelll Comnanv will furnish lirst class mus'o throug- oui me coming season tor oans ana par ties. The band It composed of tbe best talent In tho citv and will Inanre satis. faction whenever called upon. Give ua n mai. Auurosa uu, Avenue Mr. Juan Manuel Chavez, one of our moiit respectable citizens, has formed a partnership with Mr. NarolsoLealln tbe live siock ana general commission Dull ness. The firm will be Leal ft Chavez. The friends of both theso gentlemen are requested to continue their liberal patronage. 4-SHJtn SPECIAL BARGAINS. By Hilton & Young:, Ileal Estato and Loan Brokers, 208 West Houston Street. fcvery piece of property offered below s a special bargain, and our facilities for ahowlng property are unexcelled. Having the largest and most diversified list of property for sale. In the State, we are determined to keep our specialties before tbe public, and for a more com plete list please call or write for our new circular, now out, containing the Unrest list of real estato for sale by anr ono firm In the State. Ten-room two-story house, with one acre of ground, on Dlgnowlty hill; closots, bath-room, outhouses for ser vants and hostler, good stables, carriage house, eto.; all new and In first-class or der. Will sell very low and on easy terms. Owner wants to go on stock ranch. Nine-room two-story house, stone foundation, with basement, elegantly finished throughout; cistern, city water, stable, carriage house, etc.: tbe highest nolnt on Dlsnowltv b 111. Willi two full- sized lots. Five or six cottacca. all new and In good order, containing from four to six rooms each, on Dlgnowlty bill, on Olive, Sherman and Dawson streets, at from $1200 to 1300 cash. Three nice four-room cottaires on Austin street, convenient lor railroad men; must be sold; bargains said to be had. Four nice cottaces. one-half block from street car lino and North Flores street. Will sell on the Installment lan. No way easier to secure a home. 'Ity water and ail necessary conveni ences. Ten cottaceaof from four to six rooms. all In good order; city water and other conveniences. Some on Installment plan; others small, part down, balance long lime, near i. en u. n. uepoi. One-storv cottace. elcsantlv finished. corner Burleson and llackberv streets: six rooms, galleries, city water, etc. iv in sen very eueap. Three anlcndldlr finished houses on Nolan street, 0 to 8 rooms each; city water, and every other convenience. Will sell for one-sixth down and bal ance In 0 or 8 years, If desired. Ten-room, two-store bouse on San Pedro avenue, well finished, gas and water In all rooms, bath rooms, etc Owner wishing to go away, will sell very low. Ten-room, two-story houso corner of Jackson street: all modern conveniences. Very low. Ten cottaires. larce and small, all well finished, on San Pedro avenue, at vari ous orlces. from which cood bargains can be had. One nice brick cottnee of S rooms near corner Maverick and Laurel streets, near street car line; all new lust finished. Small amount of casb required, balance longtime. Hotel for sale About CO rooms, all splendidly furnished, with 3 years' lease, and all necessary fixtures; centrally lo cated; well established business and well known by name and reputation. A rare bargain can be had by a hotel man; only half cash required. A country bakerv and Grocery store. situated In a thriving country village; entire siock oi nxtures ana gooa win; well established and popular, doing a good business; small amount of capital required. A wood-yard with steam boiler and saws, all new, good location; large lot sawing blocks or running a large wood business. For particulars Inquire at olllco. 10 Railroad Eatlne Houses for sale on one of the most popular lines in the State; all first class and enjoying a fine trade. Will sell one or more; good prop erty will be taken in exchange If de sired. Call for particulars. 6-room new' cottage, with large lot, halls, galleries front and rear, celled throughout, double closets and double fire places; will sell cheap; $300 down, balance In Installments every 0 months. 0-room new cottage. 40 varas from North Flores street, lath and plastered, goou cistern, siaDie anu carriage nouse, all new and complete, a gem of a house; will be sold very cheap. FARMS AND UANCIIF-1. 4212-acre ranch In Maverick county. all under good wire fence, with 3000 aores leased; permanent and everlasting water, gooa wens anu gooa rancn nouse, eta., suitable for any kind of stook. Prlco $2 23 per acre. 1C0 acres of land near Somerset. 20 miles south of oltv. 30 acres In cultiva tion; good wells, farm house, etc; live oak, post oak, etc; good range. Price $1100. 1300 acres on east bank of Medina river. 300 varas from Oscar nostotllce, lying norm oi international ranroau; abundant Uvlnc water: also fine agricul tural and grazing land, one mile front on tne river, witn a une i-ecan loresi in ooitom. 40S-acre farm 20 miles east of San An. 3 goocl houses, of 2 and 3 rooms each, d miles from Marion stations; gooa scnoois, living water, and plenty of It. About 100 acres of tillable land, balance fiTaz lng land; plenty of timber, good two story lumber bouse of 5 rooms; also one one-story house of 2 rooms; everything new: une siock iarm; 2) mues irom unuuen scnooi ana posioiuce. 120 acre farm on west nromrof Ilelotes creeK, ja acres unaer lence; gooa lum ber house, well of water, etc., on Ban dera road, near Willow Springs, for $000, A snlendld business for sale at La- verma. consisting ot asiore wen siocxeu wim aDouc xu.uuu worm or irooas. uoinir a good trade. With storehouse, also two-storv steam cotton cln and ffrist mill: room for CO bales of seed cotton. 40 horse power engine, can run two more sianus; aiso iwo-siory uweiung with necessary outhouses, etc. black smith shop and about three acres of grounu, everyminc1 in peneci i order. Will Invoice stock and s ance of property at a bargain. Call at our office for particulars. Positively the best business cuance in west Texas. 80 acre farm, 12 miles from city on nver, aounuani water, acres in culti vation: cood stone house, three rooms, also two cood horses and new wacon and farming tools, also 700 bushels of corn, i,uuu uunuiea oi loauer, two aiacKB oi nay;teveryining in iirst-ias and cnean at the nrlce. S3.000. (1-10 acrea of land 8 miles above Kerr- vine, on tbe QuadalnDe riven commands a eood outlet, with fine grass, water and good natural protection. Price $2 per acre. 212 acres, Somerset Valley: 52 acres all fenced, and fine farming land; fair house, orchard, peaches, plums, etc; well timbered, and good for any kind of stock. Price for the whole only $1500. 80-acre farm 7 miles east of the city, on the Rosllhv creek; 40 acrea fenced, 20 acres In cultivation; all bottom land and very rich; tame land told at Austin for $8 per acre; Improved; good bouse, stock, water, etc Price, $10 per acre. HEADQUARTERS People's County Ticket, HO. 7 SOLEDAD BLOCK, Corner of Houston and Soledad Streetf, (up stairs). n9-Frlendi of the movement cordially Invited to call, especially those from the country. Lessons Jn French. Miss Delia Torre, for four veara a stu dent In Paris, and acquainted with the oest trencu inemocis, uesirea puput lor tbe study of the French Language and Literature. Classes In French conversa tion to be formed. For terms apply at 331 VlUlta street. lO-'iJ-lm BUILDERS' MATERIAL Of every description. .ime, Roseilale EPortland Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Fire Brick, Flues, Sewer Pipe, Bricks, Iron Sblngltj, Iron Siding; Sands, Etc. Also everything In the Plumbing line. J. BOWMAN&Co, Plumbers and Practical Machinists. Tbe aboro out repreaent tho Walter Itoo f- .Off and Hldlnir Plate, or Tin Hhlnarl, doubted! r tho comlnir roof. Tber hare been thoraushirtoatcd bv huniirtxla. worm Proof. S. Tbe Strooneit Hoof. 8. A Tin Hoot that can be appliod without akllled labor, 4. Themoitornamentalroof inexlatenco. A. Can bo taken oil and retald without anj waite. Thrao rood can bo found at i ono win it verr ciacnuai poiniai O. M. KLNTGLSEY'S, 210 Main Plaza, San Antonio, Who Is agent for Southwest Tens. 65,000 ACRES! Solid Body cf Land, Well grassed, ten miles fronting on the Rio Grande; 12,000 Sheep, 3,000 Goats and 100 head of Horses. Price of ranoh and live stock and also all equipments Inclusive, quick sale, $10,000, Apply to J. W. BRADLEY. THEO EOZIENE & CO.. ABSTRACTS OF LAND TITLES. MONEY LOANED. 21 SOLEDAD STREET, DR. BREEDING, Notice to Tax - Payers. Discount for Early Payment. Ban Awtobio, November 1,11st, The undersigned hereby give, notice that the City Advalorem and Volt Taxes for tbe munlolpal year 1881, ending February 28, 1885, Is due and pat able on or before tbe expiration of the date mentlonod. In order to facilitate tho collection of said tax I am authorized, by a resolution of the City Council, paseod Octobere,toallowarebatoof 6 per cent, on the tax (levied for general pur poses If paid on or before tbe Slat day of De cember, 'SM. F. C. IIADKISEN, City Collector. a t Li rr iri irr n I nc CLI I C, 305 MAIN PLAZA. JOHN LOUSTAUNAU & Co., Proprietors, SPECIALTIES: t. it. nwr novnnotf whiskey jessamine urn mnsKEr. Dlrfct Importer, of ttcrt 1 and Urandlci specially. BiancMni's Restaurant LUNCH COUNTER The Finest Kitchen in the City. Buppera for prlrate part lea furnished on short notice; lloard by, the day or we Jr. Come GEO. 1. YAH YORST alcaHLiler CALIFORNIA REDWOOD, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc. A Full and Complete Stock of Every thing belonging to the Lumber Trade, Ith prices as Cheap aa the Cheapest and Satisfaction Guaranteed. OS-PICK ANU VAItll I Corner Dawson and Chestnut Streets, near Sunset R. R. Telephone 51. HEALTH! HEALTH! Many Porsons In Every Commu nity aro SuiToring; irom Somo of tho Symptoms that aro Givon In tho Fol lowing Caso : Mr patient had been under the treatment of tevcral phytfclani and taken much itroor medicine without tho irait benefit. Tho dla- eaacaldhtat Ural waa permitted to run un. checked, until IU ylolonco threatened tho Ufa of tbe patient. At thla ititro T found him pale, weak, thin In flcib and depressed In mind, Utile or no appetite, a tomacti ernaltlre, email y dlaturbedbr food, Indlffettlon. headache and udi in palnain tho bo net, worao at nlaht and from cbanrea of weather. aoreneM and aching palna In the bank and kldneja, asrrraratcdbr walk loff, turnlnjr the body or rlalnir from a looping; posture: palna between the ihoulder blades. tlon of tbo heart, hitherto tronirandrrirular, became weak with nil citation from emotion a of tbo mind and from muscular eiertlon: iroat noaracneav, irrtlallon of ihea. with a harrasalnr ootivh. eon sill re lunga, with palna and aoreoeaa of the cheat, shortness of breath, neiilect of relief In puon i prostration and extreme debility. llclng III remit. A few dara after the oommRncoment of tbo treatment I noticed a cbanjro In hla raror, wDicn coniinuea until no waa entirely rcetored to health. One la not cured by mero maasea of drugs, but by proper quantltleaof them, that are suitod to thocausoandsymp- tome of tbo disease, acting i the blood and destroying poisonous germs in It. It Is the dutr of every ono to watch and guard clusely hla health against every approach of disease, whether from natural caueca or from mai treatment, or from both combined. Anex Krienceof thirty years In the practice In 8U uls. New Orleans and New York City enable me to treat, witn auccesa, acuto anachronic dlaeaaoe from whatever ratiawa nndticd. Consultations free. UlHce-4UU Kast Houston street, up stairs, THOMAS HAUGHTOH, H, D. PAULY & DIELMANN, Builders n Contractors Oillce with S. Dentacb & Co., corner of Main Plaza nnd Main Street. Aro prepared to contract for every class of work In tbo building line. Alt work entrusted to them will be promptly and satisfactorily carried out. OltDKHS FOU ItKPAinS will re ceive Immediate attention. 10-?-3m BELL & BRO'S. No. 231, Commerce Street, Silver and Plated Ware CUTLERY, ETC., reasonable. We take pleasure In show lnor our iroous. anu ouronasera are inviicu to call. Satisfaction warranted. 13-4-ly ALEX. SARTOR Watchmaker and Jeweler No.'ia Commerce Street, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS J,C. TUCKER, M. D, HOM(EO?ATHIC, 40a Sia.t Houston 8tr.t, ' Ban Antonio. Disease, ot children throai andlunas. Office tour, 10 to 13 a. ro-and 9 to and t to I p: m. Uealdenoe No. IS Jeffenon treeW ToiephonosT. a-w-iTI ARE YOU AFFLICTED? Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye. E ar and Threat. With a few References of Remarkable Cures, By Or N. S. Dunham. 3 Baa Antonio lone felt tbe need of a skillful specialist In treat! o tflaeaaeo of tfee: Bro. Bar tm4 Throat. Tho inhabitants of all thla Immense Bute, wheo irqulrln the ertioH of twofe akttl wen compelled to make lonr Journeys to distant citico at areat expente, such aa Kineaa (Sty, St. Loula and Chlcaro, and still further But. In order to obtain relief for dlcee afliettof theae orrans and parts. Many of theclttMnsor:thlStau!who wrnttotKaruaa City, for tre benefit of an ncuMata skill, made the acquaintance of tho Oculist. Aurlst and Larynglst. 3Dr. 1ST. S. BxirrLkiBLECi, ho had charge T thn Kan vis Cltr, Mo Bye, Bar united In unrlnr him to come to tLU in coia cumato, onmpeiiej a change. Of her own Ctllima. and minr In that Mtftlit. delicate and taticd operations and treatment, and since locating her the rrratest succvm baa crowned htactTnrta and bohaa won the endunnararraUtudo of hundreda whom ho haa treat) rrora an paru or the tnate, A few of them are Oatetrrli. Nearly all have the trouble at some time In tho epeaklnr, thecaurrb, ihen become sub-acute, lr neglect thla runs Into a chronic form. Bometlmea it Is located In tbe nose; eomellmre the throat, or both, Sooner or labar.lt atTecie the earn causing frequent Ho ring or roarltiffjn tbo care, or other notacs. Bometlmea violent lotlamatlon, causlnff eirrudatlnic pain, and tbe acuteneae of beertn la leaaened In a greater or leaa degree. Very often, too, it extends up through a little duct from tbo nose to irr. sTvn ugiorjfL csuuni MTinu ainf rroi ions oi aieoaaco oi iae eye. familiar with catarrh In f ha fnrm of timnehltla. Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly ailluauuree can be cured. But people neglect it. and ao do physicians. Ther neither prepare theroaefvee with tbe Instrumenu or knowledge an B dent orneceesary totnltblstroubleaomodlseaae,aaarule,and thus people themselves do not ppryoena toe uanaer iney deafneaa, blind ne, lc bleb 1 baro permission to uac, who have boon J.K. Itobtnson, Catarrh In throat. Ban Antonio: Ban Antonio Lionn K.Kuhn, Catarrh of tbe bead. Denver, Colorado: Mlas Mary Fraacr Catarrh of the throat and eara. Nova Booties Krank Newton, Catarrh of the throat and eyes Ban Antonio t Mlaa H. Loundsbury. Catarrh of tbe throat and head. Ban Antonio. H co res more might be added to this Hat that 1 have cured alnoe located In thla titr but I Will only mention ono more ai a remarkable Instance of how much rood can be done that class of In tho head and throat, finally the lung became affected and he bad several hnsmorrbarea and had a very bad cough, became much emaciated and a confirmed Invalid, and was pronounced by his physician In the but and Inourablo stage of consumption, lie came to me for treatment but winter. nearl a year ao. Ho oommenoed to rain flesh and went to work In the anrlna and I aaw no more o( blm until a few days ago, and weigL-ed tmny pounos more man ne ever am. Tlie A few words now lu regard to tho ear t by a foul saell, yet somo will, and that too. strange aa it mar sound In thla day of ealirbt ment, by ad nee of physicians, but surely U U never done by one who understand disease of this organ. It Is a lament i ble fact that some of tbe older physician without any special knowledge on thla point) have it prejudice against tbe stoppage ot purulent dlacharae from the ear. but thla bnltooea. M.D Lb. D Profeeaor of JJlseaaeaof Rye and Ear In the Untveraltr of Now Vork Cltrt Burgeon of Manhattan Bye and Kar laatworkl "There la no pathological experience on record which can sustain tbe aatertlou that It la dangerous to stop a discharge from tbe ear." Let anyone acquainted with anatomy. vmiMtir thlavfict that there la. oerbana. no Dart of tbe human bodr which haa mora lmrnirtAnt anatomical relations. Tbocavlty of tbe tympanaum la covered over br a thin bony plate about as tnicx a paper, it laeasr uietw m roounuaui uwirucuon ok inceo pan or sup pu ration, unless cured. In this part would sooner or later, (which It always does), lead to aenoui trouble In tbo brain, and sometime In the lungs or heart. 1 find a large peroentaffe of the cases having a "ruoninff ear" have also a cough, and when tho ear la cured the cough la also cured, Uslead of being worse. riDglngorroarlngorothernolacalntheear. He tolls them ther bare cold and a doso ef quinine porhape ia given, thla may be relieved for a time, but sooner or later returns, but the aullercr bad hla fears alia V 0.1 by recovering Partial) y from tho first attack, and so doce not feet any anxloty this time and trie the old remedy again. It fall and ao does everything elae they trr. and tbelr friends don't sympathize as thero la no external evidence ot tbe suffering caused by thlacoudltion, but thla, at least, cause thorn to bunt up an Aurlst, who examinee the ear and he must havo great skllMndeed to stop tbo course of tbe disease and keep tbo bearing from being lost entirely, so far do these caeue run before the people consult competent skill. If people would goto tbo Aurlst every time anything waa the matter with their ears, ud not wait to consult physicians and others, they would suffer far lee and preeervo their bearing much better, as neary all the dlaeaaea of this organ aro curable, esp ecially in the first stage. Bpace will only allow a few name for reference who nave been cured of car disease bore bf mo. (Scores more might be added i A. A. Ureecber, Ban Antonio: W. Del tart, Boerne; James Davis, San Antonio; Oeorge, son of W. a Daugherty, Bhcrlff Frln County, rraraall, Texas; W, W. 1 terry, Kq Ban Antonio, Texaa; J. II. Murphy BnAntonlo;lLT.Airen4learaall.Texa;J..Jonf,Ban Antonio; Major T. V Toe I, turn Antonio; j. j. uiwriooyrr, omu Auwuiw THE vision. Yet nothing ohows tbe folly of going to fJMi .11 tha riiMiiM nf thneve arecurable.evenln tho aevere forma If clnarlr undtrafn4 and Droberty treated and attended to In tno earlier stage before It has bad time to destroy or inluretKirmancntly the vision, lluttboao case that show blemlaheoand defect or vision and blindncM ao frequcntlyi aro case la which there has been delav In seeking an Oculist, and valuable tlmo waa wasted by trying eomo domestic remedioe, or what 1 nearly as bad, trying tbooruinary purt'" . . ...,,,. treating Caurrh or dlaraac of tbo Kre or Kar that oocur In hi practlue. It Is bla dutr to give liitef to ail whoa suffering In BJivajid every war poaalble, and no doubt all do the beet they "D1 n:..;t,..uiallh(imtlcAnfeaathattherhavenottbemekna.ln the ahanaor altwnd remedies. Instruments, nor the time to acquire Ybat I do want everybody to understand Is that there aro a class of spoof ally instructed and nxDoiienced doctor, men woo have devoted money, time and atudr to these particular part of the human body, la order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In treating It affections and diseases: and people who are suffering with any dlseaao In thee organ wllL aa far a DOMlble. recover the beat and fullest use of these organs, who seek tho specialist the earliest! andthe nbyslclan will deal honestly with hla patrons who gives them such advice. I aoe in this country many casta of Btrablsmus, ("crooked eyes" they aro generally termed nsueacan be completely cured, and some of them without anr operation. Children should never tart to achool without having this remedied, Brelld that turn out ahowlng the Inside, or tboeo that turn In and Irritate tno eye-bait, can all be perfectly cured. Artificial eyoa can be fitted and worn without any pain and to look perfectly natural. I nave a Urge stock ot them always on band, granulated Ud cured sure! r. murbt bo given If neceasarr. but theso have been aelectod because each ono represent a different and yet most common form of disease of the eye i n li . lirocdlng. Ban Antonio, Iilopharltle Ci liar is: Major TV T, Tee). Ban Antonio, Pterygium: .."A tttZXXu J.Tininnlo. annular Llda and KeratlLta: Frank Newton, flkn AnLnnln! Ht'iicturo Lachrymal Duct; L. 11. Lambert, (Daughter), Ban An I onto, lllennorrbesaloConjuno tlvltls: Anton Iialamuda, Ban Antonio, Acuto Conjunctivitis; J, W, Caaoy, (Daughter), Ban Antonio. Iritis; Itachel llreelln. Ban Antonio, Choroldltla Beroaaj W. A.Uaraaban.Han Antoolo Irldo CrcIUls; li. J. Vlnount, Cot u tin. Ulcer on Cornea; Yf. II. Hrown, Leearllle, Uranuiar'Uds and Kerato-lrttls: T. J. nogge. iwigio i vllie, Btrablaamt; Maoe Borell, Belmont, necker. Block dale, Tranmatlo Ulcer and Traumatic uiauooma. operation, and to whoa valuablo aid a part of For runner lniormauon aaaixva N. S. Burnham, M. D, Oculist, Aurist and Laryngist. Corner of Houston and St. Marv's San Antonio, Tex. E3TJ "nT iTFlEEEP HT 1B66. Thos. Goggan.& Brosi, CAltltY A LAKOEH STOCK Of PI ANOS ORGANS Violins, Guitars, Accordeons, Sheet Music, Etc. Than At I the Dealers in Texas Combined. ' It you want to bur a reliable riANO or ORGAN low for oash, or o tMjr monthly Installments, or anything elso In 'the Mualo LU, H JvIU pay o t. write for Catalogues and Frlces to ( THOS. GOGGAN &: BR08., Gr. Mirkftifr'd SSd.slfiwlw. m tknim 1L, lu tgjsjj, and Throat Infirmary, They, Texaa. Finally falling health, caused by tbe San Antonio gained a specialist who waa known by if niaiiMi thn rotilaftM atkllt In all rvf U Kit - en below aa reference. i here, aa It li ao common acutelfortn and call tt a cold. Bometlmea they elnwhcntheycoaisulta physician and be tell them, ol lt treated by mo with benefit for Catarrh la tome T, II. Johnson. Catarrh In thirst Uanaa-e when became in brarglna how well be waa Ears. specially those Hospital; ConsutUnxSurtreon of Hrooklyn Bye BYE. the general phyalcian for treatment of thla - ,, - nMAti tho skill and practice to do Justice to theoe Hypoplon; W, tbo suoces la due. streets. Galveston, Tex.