The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 62, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 12, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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The San Antonio Light.
FROM SANTA FE.
Staeliely & Tips
ARE YOU AFFLICTED ?
KM LIU) AO TI3IK TAI1LE.
Iiil.raatloual and Urrat Northern
B:f) p. m.
MalTattnn. llarrlsbnrg And San Antonio.
Westward To and
1M a. ra.
4:45 p. m.
1 meets ovcrr Thursday
ii Fireman's Ifall. Vlsltlnir brethren welcome
DU.J. E. IIKKRIHNO. Dentist. Office Alamo
block corner Commerco and Alsmo
streets Bun Antonio. M2-Jlra
DU. O. W. PHILLIPS dentist office 21s Com-
morco street over Nlo Tcnifg's bookstore
Hun Antonio. t13-2iu.
rommcrfo St. Nnar Itrfdc.
Has received tho Urtaat tock of F.nryllsh
French and Gorman roods ever brought to this
city. All styles and colors. Only drat-rlses
tailors omploycd. ftultsmrtdoiip tn thn latest
itjlo nt tho lowo posttthlo prices and n per-
fect lit fluanwti ed.
Mrttn Plara 8ao Antonio. Texas
Fowler. Berliner & Co. ProMetors.
N. S. BURNHAM M. D.
All dtsooseeof Eyoaml TUr treated In
most approved manner with the latest irplt
.ace. Crooked ee stralKhtoned artttjot&t
inserted to move naturally etc to.
O III coat Aw Antoulo F.yu and liar Inllruury
sorner of Houston anil bt. Marys' streets
373 Commerce Street
iGSy Over L. Kouvant'fl Jewelry Store.
MISSION DRUG STORE.
JOSIUMI WALUAUKlt. l'rop.
305 South Alamo St. San Antonio.
Prescriptions carefully-compounded. Patent
medicines perfumery toilet articles lanry
Koods etc. l'uru wines and liquors for medi-
cal purposes. 3 Ji.V3m
A. W. D1LLAU1)
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
No. IS Solclitil Street
Room 5 Ban Antonio Texas. Will practlco In
all tho oourta of Texas. 10-HMt
City Property For Sale
t. Three and one half acres on Nncotrdoehea
ttreot runnliitr m San Pedro creed with im-
provement. Fine trutt orchard on ground
4. Two lots on (J a rile a street running
through to Presa street.
6. Lot on tiouth I'rcsa Btrcet running to (Jar-
den street with Improvements.
(J Lots No. 13 and 13. block 48 corner T.tvo
Oak and Dawson streets with Improvements.
7. Two lots with Improvements on tJUth
street between Avenues 1 and K.
8. Flvo lots corner Austin and 0 ray son
streets. Immediately cast turn of street
0. FUty-two acres with Improvements im-
mediately below Mission Ctmcepcion.tfJO yards
10. Lots with Improvements on Oarza street
near Wan Pedro sprluK. IIoubo two story;
11- Twenty-four acres lot 210. west nf Sin
Pedro creek at crosslnK of International aud
12. llousoaudlot corner North Conohound
Hidaltro streets on Franklin munro.
13. Kattro block No. IE1 and 8 lots In block
No. it; on Par t Avimuo
fouriouin oiock ;vo. abovo Upper
THE PECULIARITIES OFTME TERRITORY
OF NEW MEXICO.
The Rio Grand. Valley and the Towns Along
In. Una or the Atchison Topeha
and Santa Tt Railroad.
No SO Commerce 8treet Knn An-
toulo. Dealers In
BniliW Hardware Iron Steel
16. Flltocnlntx on Grand avenue ncurl.ono
Star browery running back to river.
IT. Tnreoana tuo nair lota in Post homo-
stead corner Commerce Husk una North
18. 13S lnt In lot No. 72 near Trospoet hill
street railway at prices ranging from JlOUto
$125 a lot on easy terms lying west of Interna-
tional depot and east of ALzan creek.
ID. Flvoacrcs running from Cuindcn street
to uppor Labor ditch.
HO. Threo lots on Klnilra street corner Tren-
21. Seven lots on Jackson street.
IS. Blxty-tivo and one half acres under fence
with Improvements known os "raco and fair
SI. Sovonty-flvo lota on east sldo of Austin
stroot above Sunset round house.
24. Twenty llvo lots on llurloson Lamar
Hays and Uurnett street.
2o Twenty-one aorea on South Florcs street
runnlnir back to river
20. All property belonging to Messrs. Adams
& Wlokcs comprising building lots near Inter-
Fodro springs and other parts of the city
which we offer at liberal prlocs and on easy
terms; also all their Irrigable lauds In and
about the ulty. 1
We will examlno titles wrlto conveyances
attend to tho renting of bouses negotiate
loans on reasonable terms. Notary public at
273 Commerce street.
Editor Ban Antonio Light.
Santa Fi: X. St. March 0 18SI. As
we glhlo along tho 1atitlfiil nnd fertile
JtloOrnnde vnlley wo notlco nearly nil
tho tlwclllnga and stores nro built of
ndohe many of which liaro no llooru
nnd n window Is a luxury. The checrjjig
notes of n piano nro sometimes heard
within theso mud walls which Is about
tho only relief from tho dreary monotony
of mud. Thcro nro miles of mud fences
In fact It seems everything Is mado of
mud (except tho depot buildings) and
when Mo hear the comparison "as
homely ns a mud fence" wo shall nlways
know Just what folks mean. Though
this territory has been settled n long
tlmotlio one-story- squally structures
the Improvements and general stylo and
hnhlts of tho natives dlll'er hut little
from thoso In old Mexico. Tlio Atchison
Topekn nnd Santa Ko traverses
tho 'lo Qrando valley for n long
distance nnd has rather heavy mountain
ranges on either side nearly all tho way.
It Hows rather promiscuously through
tho valley and it Is so near a lovel with
It as to ho seen at somo distance ap-
pearing as ntliln sheet of silver water
winding Its way through this fertile
region and on downwnrd through Texas
prairies watering an Immense stock
country until It readies tho Gulf. Wo
pass through ltlncon San Marclaland
several small towns stopping at Socorro
and Albuquerque. All of theso save tho
latter are strictly mud towns nnd do
not' look the least InTltlng. Vt'o feel
each time ns wo alight from tho train as
If wo had struck tho wrong town
so desolate antediluvian and grave yard
like they seem. Nothing breaks the
quiet monotony eavo an occasional In-
toxicated person and tho nolso in
the numerous gambling rooms of
which Socorro leads them all.
Albuqucrquo had a "boom" n year ago
but Is on tho wane now. It is n neat
Uttlo town of 0000 with nearly all mod-
em improvements. Hero wo saw quite
a number of tho ''noble red men of the
forest" most of them living In the
mountains on tho west. Through this
locality there aro several Indian settle-
ments nnd every day " l'oor Lo" with
not a few comrades comes to town to see
tho iron horse lnnko Its appearance aud
seem to gaze In astonishment. Their
stylo of dress dates a longtime baokbut
they "bang their hair" just like the ladles
of to-day; or perhaps wo should put it
tho Indies bang their hair like the In-
dians as tho stylo must have originated
with tho latter. On the east of tho town
and somo 10 miles away the mountains
rlso in stately grandeur to tho height of
8000 feet bathing their lusty sides
in tho storm cloud that lloats
beneath their topmost heights. Tho
long lines of angry olouds aro rolling
In tortuous array until tho storm bursts
forth. Wo see tho rain pouring down
from below tho highest peaks while tho
sun fairly radiates u dazzling height ns
it shines on their banks of pure white
snow Tho valley below has nil tho
loveliness and verdure of spring time
Such Is tho variety to bo seen at a single
look. Howling on northward through
tho valloy for 75 miles wo reach Lenny
the junction of tho Santa 1 branch
where after waiting hours for a late
train at 0 a. in wo aro on the Santa l"c
and In an hour the lusty voice of tho
brakeman calls out Santa Fe. IVo alight
in the midst of a blinding snow storm
(and it still continues). After driving us
all over the town to the content of tho
driver we were let out nt the Palace
hotel and In a few minutes were snugly
domloiled In that beautiful structure.
Santa Fo claims to be tho oldest city
In the United States and doubtless has
somo ruins or antiquities. Wo will hunt
them up if we get time and will write
again but now must go to breakfast
For this time ndlos. Hkivt.
Who Is She?
Mr. lien llraey with Mr. Tancoast has
received a letter from a gentleman
named Williams in which ho cnoloscd
another letter for n younc lady named
Miss Lulu l'ray. In his own letter ho
tells Mr. Uraoy that for somo timo he has
been writing to the above young lady
but has never received a letter from her
In return though ho knows her to he in
San Antonio. Williams Is a perfect
stranger to Mr Hraoy and therefore
'exouscshls boldness In writing to him
on tho plea that ho Imagines tho young
lady has stopped with his mother. Mr
Hraoy Is now In possession of letters for
Miss Lulu Pray who whenever she
wishes can have them..
Governor Crittendon admits that ho
kissed Puttl but Bays that nono of tho
papers have so far eorreotly reported the
remark he made. He says that what ho
said was: "That Is sweeterthan 'Homo
Sweet Home.' " Jeflbrson City (ilo.
With her Senators falling out of their
chairs her Governor kissing prime
donne nnd her ministers getting up
bogus Interviews it would seem that
poor old Missouri Is becoming giddily
sensational in her old age Chloago
The best smoking tobacco Is "Little
Nails Hon. Shoes Vfoo.1 Work
A ml Tool of Kvery tlescriptlo
PAINTS and OILS
John Deero -hand end sullrr nlows. culti
vators etc Tenneiweo w a irons nd irrnornl
farm inschlncrv 12-hWm
Itest instruments. Host work. lieason-
able rates. 413 East Houston street.
eduction in Cost of Gas !
Tho Gas oompany offers Its consumers
gas on and after Murch 1 at S-l W per
luuoicet being nrciiucnon oi iu percent
on former price. Hy order of lloard ot
Directors. Tuo. G. William
10-lm Sco'y San Antonio Gas Co.
J M. ECKFORD.
Olllcc 45 Solcdnd St.
San Antonio Texas. lamination of tltlos
and land litigation nspcclalty. 1 TO'ly
246 Market St. San Antonio.
Tho Improved Whlto has moro vnluablo
Improvements than nny other sowing
machine. It is shnplo and perfect
in all Its parti. Self setting
ncedle.self threading shuttle.
Runs Light -Sews Fast.
And Is almost nolsloss; winds every bobbin
ih as a spool of silk. Warranted for live
years. Cull and oxamlno before buying else-
where. No. 403 Avenue 1 opposite publlo
school limine. 1 X-3m1
W. G. ERPS
Clias. II. Mayllold
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
272 Commerce SU San Antonio.
And Dralrrln Watches
tVCall and examlno my stock and prices be-
fore buylug elsewhere All goods will bo sold
under written guarantee. II. IltiiTznruo.
BELL & BRO'S"
Xp. 11 Commerco Street
Silver and Plated Ware
Wntches and Jewelry repaired. Charges
reasonable. Wo tako pleasure .In show-
ing our goods nnd purchasers are Invited
to can. bansiaction warranted. 12-i-iy
JAS. T. CLARKE Proprietor.
nrnn. nt n hcflllhrr-nnrf. U unpnimltml tn
this Statu or country especially forpulmonary
and kindred comiilulnta. Tho above hotel
baa been thorouithlv renovated nnd iter-
sons ftworlnir It with their patronage
win nna every tmnjr as conducive to their com-
fort as can be found In Western Texas. Ijirpo
ana spacious rooms witn soutnenr exposure
well furnished. Cfirnetod and well vcntllnted.
nnenlnir nn vnrnnttrui lHfl font Irtni? rnoli. Thn
UOKHNK HOTEL la directly opowlte the stage
hou eiefrrnpn omccs. inaii ana nrst-ciass main
dallr. Htaires will call for and deliver passe n
frers ana DagiraKo ai mis notei. every aiicn-
uon paui 10 kucsis anu me traveling puuuo.
rim ciasa accommouaiions ior coinmorciai
JOHN H. COPELAND
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE
And Gcntril Commission Dealer
Ann Antonio. Texas.
liocrne Tex. A.. Ilarr Prop.
home comforts as can be found anvwhern.
Well ventilated rooms best of beds and moro
verandah promenade than any other house In
eatteclallv for pulmonary coniulalnts.
facilities are good tlrst-class stago coaches
aniiy maiu ana teiegrapu. 8-w-tC
Hacks No. 21 26 27 52 73
Btablos Corner of Avenuo E and Houston
street. Connected br telephone. A. ordors
promptly attended to da? or night. Telepbop
connection No. 801 Z
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Xo. 18 Commerco Street
SAN ANTONIO - - TEXAS
1M8 Commerco Street
Watches Fine Jewelry.
flan Antonio long felt tho need ot a skillful specialist In treating diseases of the) JJje Ear and
Throat. Tho Inhabitants of all 'this Immense State when requiring tho services of such skill
wcroonmpelledtntnako long Journeys tn distant cities at great expense such as Kansas City
IOUls and Chicago and still further Bast In order to obtain relief for d Incases afflicting
these organs and parts.
Manjr of tho citizens nf this Ptatoiwho went to Kansas Cltrlfortho bone (It of an oculists
skill made the acquaintance of tho Oculist Aurlst and Larmglst.
JDt. 1ST. S. ZBTarnb.eiYi
ho had charge t the Kansas Clt)' Mo. r.)'P Kir and Throat Infirmary Tbor one and all
nlleil In urging Mm to come to this point In Texas. Klnallr falling health caused br tho
coldcllmate cnmiiclleil a change and so Ban Antnnlogalneil a specialist who was known by
somo of her own ell liens and many In tho State to poMoss tho rcqulslto skill In all of Its
dellealenil arled operations nudtrratment and slnco locating here tho greatest success has
crowned his efforts and he has won tho enduring gratitude of hundreds whom ho baa treated
from nil parts of the ftntc. A few of them aro given below as reference.
A few remarks In regard to thlsdlseasotnay not bo outof place- here as It Is so common.
arly all havo thn troublo at somo tlmo In the acutc.form and call It a cold. Somctlmos they
areawnro they hardly get over ono cold until tlicr hareanother. Tho cold or more properly
speaking tho catarrh then becomo sub-acuto. Ily neglect this runs Into a chronlo form.
Potnctltucs It Is located In tho ntwo; sometimes tho throat or both. Sooner or latcr.lt affecta
tho ears causing frequent ringing or roaring In tho ears or other noises. Sometimes violent
InlUmatlon causing oxcruclatlng pain and. tho acuteness of hearing la lessoned In a
greater ur less degrre. Very often too It extends up through a Uttlo duct from tho noso to
onoortho other and even both eyes causing several different form of diseases of the eye.
Nearly all aro familiar with catarrh In the form of bronchitis.
Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly all llastagca can bo cured. Hut people negleot It and so
do ph)Slc!ans. They neither prcparo themselves with tho Instruments or knowledge'SUfllclcnt
or necessary to treat this troublosonio disease as a rule and thus pooplo thomsolves do not
pprebend tho danger they aroln when thoy consult a physician and ho tells them "Ot IU
nothing but a cold" anil yet that so-called cold lit n vast number of cases Is tho first start of
deafness blindness loaj of smell losa of volos of Laryngitis Ilronchltls and Consumption.
Any or several of thcso.may follow and Ik) causod by a neglected cold IIolow are a few names
hleh I havo permlsalon to uso who huvo boon trcatod by mo with benoltt for Catarrh In somo
of its forms slnco I havebeen located hero t
J. K. Koblnson Catarrh tn throat Han Antonio; T. It. Johnson Catarrh In throat. Manager
San Antonio I.inirr; V. Kuhn Catarrh of tho head Denver Colorado) Miss Mary Frascr
Catarrh of tho throat and ears Novn Scotia; Frauk Nowton Catarrh of tho throat and eyes.
Ban Antonio ; Miss 11. Loundsbury Catarrh of tho throat and head San Antonio.
Scores mora might be added to tlilr list that I havo cured slnco located In this city but I will
only mention ono moro nsn remarkable Instaneo of how much good can bo dono that class of
Incurable so-callod Consumptives. O W. Tye of I.oon Springs had Catarrh for somo years
In tho head and throat Anally tho lungs hecamo affected and ho had soverat faosmorrbages and
had a very bad cough becamo much emaciated and a confirmed Invalid and was pronounced
by his ph)slclan In tho last and Incurahto stago of consumption. Ho cumo to me for treatment
last winter nearly nyoar ago. Ho commenced to gain llesh and wont to work In tho spring
and I saw no moro of htm until a few days ago when hecamo In bragging how well ho wa
nnd weighed thirty pounds more than ho over did.
From tho San Antonio Fertilizing corn
pany for llowers shruhs and trees In
packages of 2oc. and B0o. For ' sale at
Until & Vollbrecht's 21!) Crockett ulook
Alamo plaza or Iluth & Son's 220 and
siu jiarKct street. z-iu-im
O. L. MUELLER
233 and 235 Houston Street.
Traders' National Bank
864 Commerce Rtr.et
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Transacts a genoral banking utlncss.
For Sale at a Dsrgaln :
Two Washington Ilaud. Prcsscp
Ono a S column press tho other
8 column. Also.
1000 POUNDS OF TYPE
Brevier Ixicg I'rlmor Plea and Nonparlel
Oood order and plontyof sorts. Address:
T. II JOHNSON
1-34-tf LtatlT offleo.
Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat With
a Jew 'References of Remarkable Cures By Dr.
N. S. Burnham.
A few words now In regard to the ear may not bo unlnterestlng'to some ospoclally thoso
ho aro sufferers from varied and Humorous forms of dlseaao. Very f ow pooplo ncod urging
to consult an Aurlst when they havo a dlschargo of mattor from It especially If accorapanlod
by u foul smell yet somo will and that too strangoas It may sound In this day of cnllght-
mcnt by advlco ot physicians but surely It Is never dono by ono who understands diseases ot
It Is a lamentable fact that somo of tho older physicians '(without anypcclal knowlodgo en
this point) havo a prejudlco against tho stoppago ot purulent discharges from tho car but thl
Is based upon the erroneous teachings ot old French writers Ilu Vcrney and Hard. 1). II. Bt.
John ltoosa M. I). I.U U. Professor of Diseases of Eyo and Ijir In tho University ot New
York City; Surgeon ot Manhattan Ejo.and Kar Hospital; Consulting Surgeon ot Ilrooklyn Eyo
and Kar Hospital etc and who Is considered the very best authority on thosbbject says In his
lastworki "Thcro Is no pathological ex pcrlonce on record which can sustain tbo assertion
that tt Is dangerous to stop n dlschargo from tbo oar." Lot anyone acquainted with anatomy
consider this fact that thcro Is perhaps no part ot tho human body which has more Important
anatomical relations. Tho cavity of tho tyrapanaum Is oovorod over by a thin bony plate.
which la In direct communication with tho cerebral meninges; tho floor Is closo to the groat
juilar lis Internal wall lstho labyrinth wall oovorod only by very thin membrano and open-
ing Into tho branches of tho acoustionerro while on tho outside wo havo a thin membrane
about as thick as paper. It la easy to see that a continuous destruction of those parts by sup-.
puratlon unices cured In this part would soonor or later (which It always doos) lead to serious
troubles In tho brain and somotlmea In tho lungs or heart. I And a largo percentage ot tbo
cases having n "running car" havo also a cough and when tho car Is cured tho cough Is also
cured Instead ot being worse.
Then thcro Is another cm as of cases that sometimes consult the doctor they complain of
rlrjglng or roarlngorother noises In tho car. Ho tells them tbor have cold and a doso of
qulnlno perhaps Is given this may bo relieved for a time but sooner or later returns but tho
sufferer had his fears allayed by recovering partially from the first attack and so docs not feel
any anxloty this tlmo and trlea the old romedy again It falls and bo doos everything else they
try and their friends don't syrapathlzo as thcro la no external ovldonco of the suffering caused
by this condition but this at least cnusea them to hunt up an Aurlst who examines the car
and ho finds tho ear perhaps eo far gone that It lslmposslbbto restoro 1U full hearing powers
and bo must havo great skill Indeed to stop thn course of the dlseaso and keen tbo hearing
from being lost entirely so far do theso coses run beforo tho po oplo consult competent skill.
If people would go to tho Aurlst ovory tlmo anything was tho matter with their ears and
not wait to consult physicians nud others thoy would suffer far less and preserve their hearing
much better as ncary all tho diseases of this organ aro curable osp eclaliy In the first stages.
Space will only allow a few names for reference who havo been cured of ear diseases hero by
me. Scores moro might bo added t
A. A. Drcschcr San Antonio; V. Doltart Iloornc; Jamos Davis San Antonio; CJoorgo son of
W.C. Daughcrty Sheriff Frio County Pcarsall Texas; W. W. Ucrry Esq. Ban Antonio Texas;
J. II. Murphy Ban Antonio; E. T. Allon I'carsall Texas; J. H.Jonos San Antonio; Major T. T
Tool San Antoulo; J. C Dlermeyor. Ban Antonio.
Berwick Hay Oysters.
I am prepared to furnish to hotel keep ere
restaurant proprietors and wholesale dealers
tho celebrated Uorwlck bay oysters and fresh
Gulf ttsh. Packed on Ico to any town In
wostera i exas v. uu. uoBpeciiuuy
Has also In connection a first class restaraunt.
U-'Him ;6an Antonio Texas
Tho diseases ot the eyo aro very numerous nearly 200 In number clearly defined and recog
nized by tbo oculist all requiring different treatment In order to cum them and restoro good
vision. Yet nothing shows tho folly nf going to tho general physician for treatment of this
organ than the fact that bo has only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently
to recognize from threo to a dozen. It Is In this and tho careful application ot properly selected
remedies to tho and tbo different affections of tho eye that tho superiority And tho sucoess of
tho Oculist consist.
Nearly all the diseases ot tbo eyo aro curablo even In tho sevcro forms If clearly understood
and properly treated and attended to In tbo earlier stages beforo It has had time to destroy or
lnjuro permanently tho vision. Hut thoso cases that show blemishes and defects ot vision and
blindness so frequently are cusca In whloh thero has bcou dolav In seeking an Oculist and
valuablo time was wastod by trying somo domestlo remedies or what Is nearly aa bad trying
tho ordinary physician.
I do not mean by my remarks abovo to oondomn or criticise tho goneral practitioner for
treating Catarrh or diseases of tho l'.Vo or Ear that occur In his practlco. It Is bis duty to glvo
relict to all who aro suffering In anv and every wav possible and no doubt all do tho best they
can. Hut they wlallhonrstlvconfesstbatthovbavonottbemoans.ln tho shapeof selocted
remedies. Instruments nor tho timo to acquire the skill and practice to do Justice to those
What I do want everybody to understand Is that thcro aro a class of specially Instructed and
experienced doctors men wno havo devoted money tuno and study to theso particular parts
or the human body in order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In treating Its affections
and diseases; and people who aro suffering with any dfsc&so In thoso organs will aa far aa
possible lOLWer the best and fullest uso of these organs who seek tho specialist the earlleBt;
and tho physician will deal honestly with his patrons who gives them such advlco.
in inis country many cases or strabismus ("crooacu eyes ' mcy are generally icrmeaj.
is a acieci i
cases can bo eomn
nnvnr start tn tchno! without havtnc this remedied.
Eyelids that turn out showing tbo Inside or thoso that turn In and Irritate the eyo-ball can
all bo perfectly cured. Artitlclal 03 0a can be Uttcd and worn without any pain and to look
perfectly natural. I have a largo stock of them always on band.
Oldgranulated lids cured surely.
A f ow names aro given below for rof orenco that havo been cured by mo hero. Many more
might bo given If necessary but theso havo been selected because each one representa ft
different and yet most common form of disease of tho eyo :
1). II. Rreedlng San Antonio Illcpbarltls Cttlarls; Major T. T. Tool San Antonio Pterygium;
H. C. lladstato San Antonio Oranular Lids and Keratitis; Frank Newton San Antonio
Stricture Lachrymal Ducts; L. 11. Irtmbcrt (Daughter) Ban Anionlo lllcnnorrhecalo Conjuno-
tlvltls; Anton llalamuUR.ban Antonio Acuto Conjunctivitis; J. W. Casey (Daughter) San
Antonio Iritis; Uachel llreslin Han Antonio Choroiditis Serosa; W. A. Carnahan Baa Antonio
Iridn Cyclltis; it. J. Vincent CotuUa Ulcer on Cornea; Yv. II. llrown Loosvllle Granular Llda
and KenUo-Irltls; W.J. Hoggc Eaglo Puss Cataract; George Locssburg (Daughter) Castro-
vllle Strablsams; Maco Sorell llelmont Entroplum and Trichiasis; lloberturler Pana Maria
Pterygium and Leukoma; II dlurrls llancho Chronlo Conjunctivitis and Keratitis: A. C
Decker Btockdalc 'franmatle Ulcer and Hypoplon; W. J. Terrtborry Saltlllo Mexico
Included In tbo reference given Isthenameof W. J. Hogge.from Eaglo Pass. Ho had been
blind for years and tho operation was so successful and gave htm such good vision that a phy-
' siclan who had practiced In New York City for years said when ho saw It a few days ago that
it was bettor than any he had ever saw before. This patient was sent to me by tho courtesy ot
Dr. II. A. Kocrppon of Fifdras Noaraa Mexico who was also kind enough to assist In the
operation and to whose valuable aid a part of the sucoeas la duo.
For further Information address
N: S. Burnham M. D. '
Oculist Aurist and Laiynoist
Comer of Houston and St. Marvs' streets.
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