The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 7, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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.The San Antonio Light.
KAII.UOAIt TIMK TA11I.K.
llonal Htid Urrnt Northern
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wcsrcrn rcxterisinn w:oop
IRxprosa) 7:15 a.m.
IMIxod).. 4:15 p.m.
l'ano). . . . 0:40 p. m.
If nlfnlotl f
&JU . ui.
0:10 a. m.
)OK ItOSR. hardwaro and houso furnishing
goods removed to 4U1 Commerce stieet.
lowest prices guaranteed l-10-lm
r lOLIKlNHTIIUCTHlrTs given by Joseph
ply ut reshb
Muster 'jcrtns .riecnis a loswn ai-
ItM-ncc on A1mnstrccr. 1 lo-nn
OAC1KI0 HOTBf Ym Weal Culimirreo
I Btrt'Hi Hun Antonio. Nl.ti rooms and good
faro. Ilnard. nor ihiy.JI; per week o. I". II.
I'icttv. Proprietor. l-KKim
iNiairra i'vthias Kik todgo no. :it.
Dlt. J. K. IIKKKMNO Dentist Office Alnmo
lilock. corner Comincrco untl Alsmo
streets Han Antonio. l-12-:im
P W. lMlliXtrS.Tlcnil.l nlnco SIS Cnm-
lT. nicrco street over Nlu Tcniig'a hook store
Han Antonio. Il3-:iui
PIN I'. (lOODS.
I.dW I 111(1 H
Coiinnorco St. IVoar Uridyl".
lias rowlved tbu largest flock of Itnglkh.
Kroncli and (lorman goods over brought to tbln
city. All ttyles unci colom. Only llirt-elisa
tailors employed. Suits made tip In tlio lull 6 1
tylo at tho lowest possible prlcos..nnd it por-
fect nt guaronu ed
Main l'laza San Antonio Tela
N. S. BTJKNHAM M- D.
272 Commerce Street.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
Crooked eves strafirhtonod. artlflcM.
Inanrtml ta mnrf naturally rtn.. tn
Ollli'OHt San Antonio Kyo nml lUr Infirmary
corner of Houston nml tit. lary striata.
A. W. DILL Alt D
ATTORNEY - AT-LA W-
No. 12 Soledud Street
Itoom 6 San Antonio Texan. Will practice In
all tho eonrta of Toxaa. 10-10-tf
Royal Havana Lottery.
February 9 1884. .
Number for iiml)cr I'rlzo Tor Prlzu
With 10 additional prizes.
Only 23000 Tickets. 933 Frizes
I Capital PrUo
I " " ".!!!'
aPrtzna I WO each.
I) Approximations to llrst prize !1(0
t Approximations to soeond prlzo
2 Approximations to third prj7.oJ.7J
330 Additional Prizes ot $5 oucU to tlio
J0 tickets buvtng as ending num.
borthotwo terminal units or tho
number drawing tbe Capital l'rlzo
of (9000.... 1150
Ut! Frtzos amounting In U. B. gold to $25010
Tickets S.OO. Halves 81.00.
Tbe Hoyal Havana olllolal list decides ovory
prize. Bubjootto no manipulation not oon
trnllod by tbo partlos in interest honestly
managod. It la the fairest squarosl and best
thin? that could bo conceived.
Soe that tbo namo OOULD & CO. Is on the
ticket. None others are genuine.
AIANUZBS PAID ON l'HESENTATION
1SW Broadway New Vork dltf.
08 East llandoliih btroot Chicago 111.
Or W.W. WALMNQ.
Ko.S Wt Ooromcroe Street and
No. 8 Alamp Plaza Ban Antonio
THE SPECIAL SESSION ADJOURNED YES
TERDAY WITHOUT DAY.
Address of Spoxker Gibson and Synopsis of
What Has Been Accomplished During
- Iha Thirty Days.
Speaker Gllismi tlicu rnfo nml ad
dressed tlio House us follows:
Gentlemen of the Ifnusoof ltcprcsentntlvcs:
l lio hour has arrived for tlio final ad
journment or tlio Klujiitccntlt l"Iala-
turc Tlilrty days ni;o you nufcniMoil
liero for llio jiiiriioso of coiudderliiK llio
miliJi'clH inenlloni'it In tlio proclamation
of lit Kxccllcncy tlio (Inventor of
Texas. Some of tliem Involved rpiefltloiia
now to tlio people and to arrive at n
satisfactory solution of which has 'lieen
tho aim of tho tiicmhcra of tho two
Houses. It was freely asserted there-
fore on our meeting that the dllllcultles
lit'Toro us were almost Insurmountable
and tho prophesy was as freely indulged
thai our laliors In this direction would
prove of no avail notwithstanding the
fact that you went nhout your duties in
an earnest manner. Tho expiration of
tho tlmo allowed by laws II mis you ready
to return to your homes after having
considered "all fpiestlons submitted by
the Governor In Ids message It Is true
that tho Impression has gono abroad that
you were doing nothing snvo wasting
time hi useless talking nml It Is equally
true that tho country lias not been awaro
of tho vast amount of labor performed by
you In tho committee rooms In preparing
the work which In tho last few days has
taken dellulto sliapo and which In my
liuniblo Judgment promises tliovcry best
results. Tho passagu of bills' constituted
but a small part of wise and safe legisla
tion. It Is In tlio preparation and pre
sentation of measures that tho cllectlvo
work Is done. While wo all freely ad
mit that tlmo Is often consumed in life-
less discussion still members of this body
know ns tho country cannot at all times
know that the thorough presentation of
a subject In all Its bearings often pre
vents 1110 passage 01 very unwise laws.
Let 1110 Imluliro a svnonsls of what lias
been accomplished during the thirty
1. 1 ouhavo irlven effect to tho consti
tutional amendment lately adopted by
tbo Deonle by scnaratlni; tho ad valorum
and school tax without Increasing tho
amount nlready levied.
-'. 1 on nave passed a school Din con-
taining many provisions which have
been demanded by tho people for years
past ami which ll Is generally conceded
Is it great improvement on t"lio present
II. You have provided for tho disposi-
tion of lands heretofore sold for taxes
and bought In by the State.
1. 1011 nave rearranged many jiHii-
filnl districts In order to facilitate
the transaction of business In the courts.
0. xou have fully met the demand of
tho people for 11 better system of public
roads and tho bridging of streams.
You have also provided adequate pen-
alties for the unlawful lnclosuro of pub-
You have to tho extent of vour
power removed nil causes of complaint
real and pretended which brought about
the deplorable state of nll'alrs existlnir In
Texas at the time roil assembled.
1011 nave provided also penalties for
tho wanton destruction of property nml
havo strengthened the arm of the exec
utive in order that he may ho able to en-
lorco law ami order ami last nut not
least responding to the demand of the
people you havo provided that our
granu ami glorious eommouweailu snail
lake lier place slue by side with her sis-
ter it tho approaching World's Imposi-
tion at New Orleans.
These are a few of the most important
measures which havo engaged your at
tention wnieii can lie supplemented
with 11 great many wholesome changes
which you havo luado In existlnir laws.
In short gentlemen It gives your .pre
siding omcer pleasure loiostny mat you
have earnestly and patriotically labored
for what you have conceived to bo tbo
nest interests or tne people of our lo-
And now gentlemen tho hour of part-
ing has arrived. X'crmlt 1110 to say that
each and every member of this body
carries with him to his homo my best
wishes. I shall never forget the kind-
ness and consideration with which you
havo treated 1110 and the pleasant-hours
wq have spent together furnish nil oc-
casion to which memory "tho star-
gemmcd goddess" will often advert
with feelings of tho greatest pleasure.
Wo havo passed through' many trying
lessons and at times I may havo ren-
dered decisions and made appointments
which many of you believe to bo wrong.
Still now when passion has subsided
and your cooler and calmcrjudginent re-
views what has taken place I believe
each and every ono will accord to 1110 an
honest desire to do what I believed at all
tliueit to bo for tbo best. With misgiv
ings aa 10 inytiDiiitytoBntisiaoioruy dis-
charge tho Important duties which your
of success which has attended my ellbrts
and tho assurance of satisfaction ex-
pressed In so many ways Is certainly
very gratifying to mo.
Jlny heaven's blessings rest upon you
and tho pathway of each through life
lead only through pleasant places and
when the silvery age comes on and tho
places wo now occupy aro tilled" by tho
younger men of tho country may wo be
ublo often to meet and greet each other
as citizens of t bo greatest Stuto In tho
American Union forever one and undi-
I now declare tho special session of tho
Hlghteenth Legislature adjourned with-
out a day.
Vino Assortment of Furniture.
If you wish to buy furniture or household
Coods of any description our advlco would
e: do to a rcllablo wholesaio bouse which
makes a specialty or carrying a large and com.
plclo assortment from tho cheapest to the
llnost grades for at such a place you are apt to
seouie bargains. At 1;. Wolfsnri's largo empo-
rium corner of Main plaza and Acequla street
you can tlnd all grades and quality of bod
room and parlor sets dining room and kitchen
iiirnuuro in ciiuiobs varioty mauresHos cubii-
lons pillows upbolstory and In fact every
thing In tho upholsiory and furniture
lino. Also n lino lino of olllce desks and
chairs; brackets eto. Ho baa Just roeelvod a
largo assortment of children's carriages and
express wagous which will bo sold at bottom
ugurcs. i our inspection is inviica. iiemem-
wai s get tho best articles for tho least money
Staehely & Tips
Bniltos' Hardware Iron Stool
Nnlli lion Wiom Wood Work
Ami Tool of Ktflpjr IlMcrtptln
1J A.HSTTS an d-OLLS
John Dero huml nml nulky plow culll
vtitori do. IVniKivMH) wHjrntift Hm1 Knorol
farm mnrlilnerv tiMZ-Uin
Am'tloiMrM Cnmiultwioti MurchiuiUi mul (Hn
fYT tlnvo Inriro itnru rooirm for Conslfrn-
montsatNo.9 Comal IUocknn ItoiiAtonstiro
J. M. I2CKF0RD
Olllce 45 golednd St.
Ban Antonio Tolas. P.xamlnntlon of titles
and land litigation a specialty. 1-nO-lr
O. II. llatbaway has Just opened his board-
log house at 21S VlllltA street aad asks his
friends as well as all desiring good bonrdlug
and lodging at reasonable figures to try him
with their patronage. l.ltMm
riio Improved Whlto lias more vulualilo
IniprovemenU than nny other nowln
mnchlno It Is simple ami perfect
In nil Us par la. Self sotting
Rons Light anil Sews Fast
Amlinnlimtatnolrilom; wlmln ovory bobbin a
smooth tu n epool of Bilk. Tnrrnntol for llvo
yenra. Call and oxiuntno boforo buying1 else-
where No. 40H Avinuu I! nppoello pnhllo
W. G. ERPS
CHINESE TEA STORE
Denier In fresh tea China and Japanese
irnixlB. children' toys silk hutidkerchlefH. and
cm ut no nowon ami an kimig or novuities.
Chas. H. Mayliold
ATTORNEY -AT - LAW
10 Solcdnd SI. San Antonio.
IIOKUNK KKNDAIX CO. TUX.
JAM EST. CLAUKK I'ropriolor
lloornc as a honlth resort is unequalled In
thli LStatuor country. ohikhjIaIIv for nulinonarv
and kindred comitlalnU. Tho abovo hotel
has boon thorouRhly renovated and per
sons lavorinir u wnn ineir puironuue
win una overyiDinjr ns conducive to ineir com-
fort as can bo found In Western Toxns. Law
and spacious rooms with southerly exposure
wotl furnished carpeted and well ventilated
nnnnlinrnn vnnimliifl 1H0 fuot loitir each. Tin
110 KUN i: 1 1 OTKL Is dla'ctly opposlto tho staxe
o 111 00 and within two minutes 'walkof tbo pout
and teleKraph otllees. Mall and tirnt-clasa staire
dally. etaKOS will call for and ueuver passen-
snirB and bairiraifu at this hotel livery atten
tion paid to iru cats and the travolluir public
First class accommodations for cotninorctal
J. C. BREEDING & SON
Knnm No. 8 CiHiimerco struct
JOHN H. GOPJiLANP
Attorney uitd Counsellor at Imx
mul NoUiry Public.
Otllcot No. T0 West Commoreo Htroe
stairs rractlcos In all tho courta. 10
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And General Commission Dealer.
San Antonio Texas
u M. WAWUiL.
WALTHALL & CALL A (i HAN
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW
San Antonio Texas.
Brief Description of the Diseases of the E ye Ear and Throat With
a fern References of Remarkable Cures By Dr.
N. S. Burnham.
Pun Antonio long frit Iho need of a skillful specialist In treating illnos of the Hye Iter and
Tlmiat. Tho Inhabitant of all this tmmeuaorllate
werocompclh"! to makolong Journeys todlstant cllliat great et'nso such as Kansns City
St. IulsHiid Chicago and si 111 further Hist In onlor tn obtain relief for dlwiuc. amietlng
heso organs and parts.
Many of Iho citizens of this Blatnlwho went to
skill mado tho nciiinlutaneo of tho Oculist Aurlst and larynglst.
JDt. 3ST. S. Burnliam
ho Imd rhnrjfo t Iho Kannii City Mt.l.yt Kir
unlUnl In urKliijf him to oomo to this point In
cold rlhmitn coiniHIod a rhiiiuro nml so Hiin Antonio valued a upeolrtllsl who was known by
some of her own ntlzcns and many In tho Btato to jkmaom tho rctuUltu skill In all of IU
llcato!aiid varh d operations and tmitnieut and
rowned hU otforUnml he has won tho enduring
from all part of IhoHtato. A few of them aro
r few remark In rotranlto thlsdlsoiutomny
Nearly all havo tho troublo nt sometime In thoaciiU'Zform and call It n cold. Bttmotlmes they
awaro they hardly net over ono cold until
speaklnK tho catarrh then becomo sutr-acuto. Ily nrvlect thh runs Into a chrunlo form.
Sometime It la locntod In tho nose; sometimes tho throat or both. Kooner or Inter It atTecta
tho ears cnuslnir frequent rlnRuiK or roaring" In
Inllamntlon causlnjr excruciating pain and tlio acutenoiut of hoarlnir U loiwicned In a
creator or leeA drtrreo. Very often too It cxlonds up through a little duct from tho noso to
ono or tho other and oven both eyes caustntr several different form of disease of tho oyo.
Nearly alt aro familiar with catarrh In tho form
OiUirrli In all Its forms and nearly nil Its aUirort
do physic tans. They neither prepare themselves with tho Instruments or knowlcdgo sufMclcnt
or necessary to treat this troublesome disease as a rule and thus pcoplo themselves do not
apprehend tho danger they aro In when they consult a physician and ho tolls them "Ol It
nothhiir but n cold" and yet that so-called cold In a vast number of cases U Iho llrst start of
doafnesa blindness lorn of smell losa of voles of Laryngitis llronchltls and Consumption
Any or several of thesomay follow and bo cnusod by n nog looted cold. Ilelo w aro a few names
which I havo permission to uso who havo boon treated by mo wlthliouont for Catarrh In somo
of Its forms slnoo I havo'beeu locutcit herot
J F. Hoblnson. Catarrh In thnuit Hun Antonio;
San Antonio I.ioirn.K. Kubn Catarrh of tho head Denver Colorado j Miss Mary Frasor
Catarrh of tho throat and ears. Nova Pcotla; Frank Nowton Catarrh or tho throat and eyes.
Ban Antutilnt Miss 15. Loundshury Catarrh of tho throat and bead ?.ui Antonio.
Scores moro might boaddod to thlr list that I
only montton ono moron n remarkable Instnnco of how much good can Ins dono that class of
Incurable Bo-called Consumptives. O. V. Tye of Loon Springs had Catarrh for soma years
In tho hoad and throat. Anally tho lungs ttoenmo affected and ho had several hintiorrhagcs and
had a very bad cough became much emaciated and a confirmed Invalid and was pronounced
by his physician In tho last and Incurable stage of consumption. Ho cuino to mo for treatment
lost winter nearly a year ago. Ho commenced to gain llesh and wont to work In tho spring
and I saw no moro of hhn until a few days ago when ho came In bragging how well ho wu
cIgtHd thirty ihujih1 moro than ho aver
A fow worilanow In regard to tho ear may
who aro sulfercrs from varied and uumorous
to consult an Aurlst when they havo n dlschargo
by n foul smell yet some will and that too strangous It may sound In this day of onllght-
mont by advloo of physicians but surely It U novcr dono by ono wholuudorsbindsidlseason o f
It Is a lamoutablo fact that rninii of tlio older
this point) havo a prejudlco against tho stoppage
Is based upon tho erroneous teachings of old French writers l)u Vernoy and Hard. I). II. 81
John ltoosn M. I)M Wu I). Professor of Diseases of l!yo and l'.tr In tho University of New
Vork City; Surgeon of Mautiattnn Kyoind I'ar
and I'ar Hospital etc. and who Is considered the
last work 1 "Thcro Is no pathological oxpcrlenoo
that It Is dangerous to stop a discharge from tho
consider this fact that thcro U porhtipA no part
anatomical relations. Tho cavity of tho tyinpamimn Is oovorod over by a thin bony plate
which Is In direct communication with tho cerebral meninges; tho lloor Is closo to tbu great
iiglur. Its InterniU wall Is tho labyrinth wall covered only by vory thlu inomhrano and open
lug Into tho branches of tho acoustic nervo while
about as thick as paper. It Is easy to sou that it
puratlon unless cured In this part would sooner
troubles In tho brain and somotlmes In tho lungs
having a "running car" bavo also n cough
cured. Instead of being worse.
Then thero Is another clnsa of cuaea that sometimes consult tho doctor thoy complain of
ringing or rouriug or other nolsesln thoear. Ho tolls them they have cold und a doso of
quinine perhaps Is given this may bo rclioved for a time but sooner or later returns but tho
sufferer bad tils fears allayed by recovering partially from tho llrst attack und so docs not feci
any anxloty this ttuio and tries the old remedy again It falls and so does everything else they
try nud their friends don't sympathlzo as there Is no extcrnsl evidencoof the suffering caused
by this condition but this at lousl causes them
nnd ho finds tho cur pcrhnps so far gouo that
and lie must havQ groat skill ludced to stop tho
from being lost entirely so far do theso cases
If pooplo would go to tho Aurlst ovory tlmo
not wait to consult physicians and othors they
much better M uoary all the dUeaies of this
Space will only nllow n fow names for reference who havo Ihjcii cured of ear diseases hero by
me. Scores more m Ight bo added t
A. A. Drencher Ban Antonio; W Dcltart lloornc; James Davis San Antonio; (lcorgo son of
W. C. Daugherty Sheriff Krio County I'earsall
J. It. Murphy Ban Antnnln; K.T. Allen rcarsall
Toil Bun Antonio; J..C. Dlermeycr Sau Antonio.
Tho disease of tho oyo aro very numerous
nlzed by tho oculist nil requiring different
vision. Yet nothing shows tho folly of going
organ than tho fact that ho haflpulysutUcfeutly studied this complicated organ sufllolcntly
to rocognlio from threo to a dozen It Is In this nnd tho careful application of properly selected
remedies to tho and tlio different affections of
tho Oculist consist.
Nearly all tho diseases of tbo cyo aro curable
and properly treated and attended to in tho
Injure permanently tho vision. Hut thoso cases
blludnoss so frequently aro canes In which thoro
valuable timo was wasted by tr lug somo domestic romodlos or wlint la nearly aa bad trying
tho ordinary physlclau.
I do not mean by my remarks ubovo to oomloinu or criticise tho general practitioner for
treating Catarrh or disease of tho llvo or F-ir
relief to all who aro Buffering In any andovcry way possible and no doubtalldo tho best they
cau. Hut they will nil honestly confens that thov havo not tho means. In tho shapo of BoleuUid
remedies Instruments uor tho tlmo to acquire
What I do want ovorvbodr to understand is
experienced doctors men who havo devoted money time and Btudy to theso particular parts
of tho human body In order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In troatlng Its affections
and diseases; and pooplo who aro suffering with any dlseaso In those organs will as far ns
pufBiDic lecovcr tne noeianu iimebt use or tneo organs wuo bock mo sKciausi mo earnest;
nnd thn iilivslclun will doal honostlv with htit natrons who ulVes them BUcli adv ice.
1 son In this country many cases of Strabismus ("crooked eves' they aro ireneruUv termed)
which is a defect in nnnoaninco. uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly ovury ono of theso
cases cau bo completely cured and somo of them without nuy oH!ration Children should
never start to school without rm ing this remcdiod.
Kyellds that turn out showing tho lnsldt or thoso that turn In and IrrlUito tho eyo-ball can
all bo iwrfeetly cured. Artlllcfal eyes can bo fitted and worn without uny pulu mid to look
pcrrcctiy natural i navo a largosiocjcot tneui
'Oldu-ranulatod lids cured surely.
A few names are given below for roferenco
mitrnt do given 11 necessary nut mono navo uoen Bciecieu uecauso eacu ono represents
different und yot most common form of disease of the cyo i
II. 6. Hadstate. l5an Antonio 'tlranular Lids
Htrlcturo Jtiehryraal Ducts; li. H.Iambert (iHughter) Han Antonio Hlennorrhojulo Conjuno-
tlvltls; Anton llalamuda Ban Antonio Acuto Conjunctivitis; J W. Casey (Daughter) Ban
Antonio iruis: itacpoi iirosun nan vinionio unuruiums EMtrowi; vt A.ijariianan.tjan Antonio
Irldn CvrllMn: It. J. Vlnor-nt. Cotulla. lllooron Cornea: V 11. Drown. Innvllln. (irnittnr ll.1i
and Kerato-lrltls; W J. Hoggo Kaglo Pass
vuiu tjiraoisaniH; waco coreu noimoot i.niropium auu iricniaais; uooen uner rana Maria
Dockor a took dale. Tronmatio Ulcor and
Included In tbe rofercncoglven lsthr naraoof J Hoggo from KagloPass. 1 In had been
blind for yours aud the o (Miration was m successful and gave him iuch good vision that a phy-
sician wro had practice! In Now vr city fur years said when ho saw It a fow days ago that
It wha hotter than any ho had over saw boforo. This nut lent win Rant tn tun hv tlm futurifiav tt
Dr. II. A. Koerppon. qf Fledras Negras Mexico who was also kind enough to ojubt in tho
oporatiou anu 10 wnoso vautauie am a pari ox uio buooubd uuuo.
For further Information add row
N. S. Burnham M. D.
Corner of Houston and St. Marys
when requiring tho aervleos of audi skill
ICaivus City for tho brnctU of nn oculists
and Thru it Inrlrin.iry. They ono nn1 all
Texan. Flimlly fatllnir honlth oauk".! by tho
lneo looatlnur hero tho k rent oh I sucois has
if ratltmlo of hundn-ds whom ho has treated
irlven Ik'Iow ns referonee.
not bo out of place Ihto as It Is so common.
they havoanother. ThncM or moro proMrly
tho can or other noises. Home times violent
can bo curLil. Hut pcoplo neglect It and so
T. II. Johnson Catarrh In throat. Manager
havo cured since located in this city but 1 will
not bo uninteresting to some especially thoao
forms of disease. Very1 fow pcoplo need urging
of matter from It cHclally If nocompanlcd
physlclins (without anyicclal knowlodgo on
of purulent discharges from tho ear but this
Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Brooklyn 1'yo
very best authority on tho sbbjoct says hi his
on record which can sustain tho assertion
ear." U'tanynno noqualnted with anatomy
of tho human body which has moro Important
on tho outstdo wo huvo a thin incmbrano
continuous destruction of those parts by ru
or later (which It always docs) load to serious
or heart. I Had a largo crcentage of II
and when Iho ear Is cured tho cough Is also
to hunt up an Ail rlst who examines tho ear
It IslmpowlhMn restore Its full hearing lowers.
course of tho dlsooso and keen tbo bearing
run boforo tho pooplo consult competent skill.
anything was tho mattor with their cars nud
would sulfer fur less and preserve their hearing
organ are curable 04 cctaliy In the llrst stages.
Toxas; W. W. Ilcrry V.vi. Han Antonio Texas;
Texas; J II JnuesS.iu Antonio; Major T. T
nearly ajO In uumbor clearly defined nnd recog
treatment in order to euro thtm and restore good
to tho general physician for troatment of this
tlio eye that tho superiority and tho buqcow of
oven in tho sovcro forms If clearly understood
curlier stages before It has had time to destroy or
that show blemishes and dofooLs of vision and
has been delay In seeking an Oculist and
that occur In his pracllco. It is his duty toirlv
tho skill und practice to do Justice to thoso
that thero aro a class of specially Instructed and
always ou nanu.
that havo been cured by tne hero. Many moro
ami Keratitis: Fninlc Nowton. ri'an Antonio!
Cataract; tleorgo Locsnburg (Daughter) Castro-
llypoplon; W J Torrlborry HtiltUlo Mexico!
Oculist Auristrand Laryngist
Ami Dealt riti M'atclics
t7Call and cxautkio my stock and prices be-
foro buying elsewhere. All goods will beaold
under written gunrantoo. It. IlKimiiKiin.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver ami Plated Ware
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. 18 COUMtROI Stuit
mar tf Sam Antonio Tkxaj
MS Coniinorco Street
Watches Fine Jewelry.
Traders' National Bank
304 Commerce Btrot
BAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Transacts a general banking aislnoas.
For Balo at a nargain 1
To Washington Hand Presscn
Ono a 5 column press tlio other
8 column. Also.
1000 POUNDS OF TYPE!
Ilrovicr long 1'rlmor I'iea and Nonparlel.
flood order and plonty of sorts. Address t
T. II. JOHNSON.
l-Sf-tn LiniiT omco.
Bonvick Hay Oysters.
I am prepared to furnish to hotel keepers
restaurant proprietors and wholesale dealers
tho celebrated llorwlck bay oystors and fresh
13-Mra San Antonio Texas.
Daily Hack Line
From Sas AsteBlo tq Flerfsylllo
Iaros San Antonio dally at A at m. Sunday
excepted. OIHeo at Central hotel t. N. Inker'
agent. 18-13-tf A. U. I'lCKCTT 1'rop.
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The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 7, 1884, newspaper, February 7, 1884; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth162777/m1/3/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .