The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 138, Ed. 1, Monday, June 9, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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'I he San Antonio Light.
K.MLltOAD TIME TAIILK.
Dd Ur.at Northern
KlnrMS. . .
rlsburc anil Ban Antonio.
Houston (Kx press) I
Hnistim (Mlaeil) I
Wtwari1 To nnd I
from El I'uo)...
'MOUTH l'VrllIAH Klk Lodee No. .Ill
This spate will lie
occupied by Dr. Alex
clnn mid Surgeon
Miners Prospectors Farmers Mechanics.
I would mil firfctal attention to all who In-
tend comlnfr to Mexico I'ur Iho putposo of
working mines farms or ccirflgo In any other
Indus! ry thnt the ran find everything needed
In IhotilsNKUALHAIll.WAItl. MNK.ruchBa
Hulldera' Mechanics' Mlncrs'Tnnlitand Mining
Supplies and Agricultural Implements of all
kinds. Headquarters for Mining nnd HiaMlng
Powdir. Atlas Powder or Dynamite Trlpplo
Forco Waning Caps. Snfty Fuse. Eleciro-
Magnetlo HalterM Htc.m Itoek Drills and
supplier Platinum Fuze lauding and Con-
necting Wire. Oct on on Mlmnir Noel Drilling
andKuppIng llatmrcra Picks Mattocks etc.
Also lmcVsrolih Tools hihI Supplies Iron and
Steel Anvils VIhh DpIIow- Drills Forges
Machinery etc. Paints Oils Vurolshts llriih-
es ctoH at tho
Comer or Theatre and Dr. Mler streets Nos. 19
itnd't. Monterey Mexico.
Vlndn do Biwitlago Laiicstroll..
Invalids Seeking Health
Will rind Tlie
Hot Springs at Topo
Filimrlor to Any In llio country. Kpcclal in-
ducements olTerud for the establishment of a
(rood liutol. Correspondence solicited. Ad-
dress JDI.US A. 11ASIIAIJ
Proprietor Monterey Mexico.
Iloiiml lur .Mexico flioulil bear In
iiilml that I lie
BOTICA DEL LEON
(Tlic I.Ioii Drug Store)
DRUGS and MEDICINES
Paints Varnishes Itrtiakic. F.to.
bought and sold at tun en t market rates
VJpcI Pnrl lfntol find nrponvilln Hdrilcnc?
MONTI.HEV 1 i MKXIC'O. J
i retort in iiiceuiurE
ves and cooling
nts for families
lot and cold tiatln.
Table unexcelled. Charges moderate 8 pedal
City Property For Sale.
provctnenta. Vino lrulv. orchard on ground.
il. pia block'? biui l'euro uvcoue
4. Two lots on Usrdcn street running
thronirb to l'resn street.
6. Lot on Boutu l'rcsa street rtmuliiff to Gar-
don slroot. wlthlmorovementii.
U. Lots No. 13 and 13 block 41 corner Llvo
Oak and Dawaoa streeta wltb lintirovements.
7. Two lots with Improvements on Blith
streot between Avenues 1 and K.
a. Five lots oornor Austin and Orayson
streeta. Immediately oast turn of street
lu. Iits with Improvements on Garza street
ran i-eurn spnuits. House twostoryj
II. Tweiitvtoupacrna. lilt SIO. writ nt Din
l'edro creek at croslDtf of International and
HldalxO streets i
1J. Hntlm kAfm
No. aa on Tar Avenue.
14. Four lota In block No. SA above Upper
la. Ten lots In block No. 5 aboto Upper
10. Klfteeulota on Grand avcnui
Star brewerr. runnlnir tmrlr tn rl v
IT. Threoand cne .halt lota In l'ost homo-
vau uoruer v.oiuuicrLe husk and worth
18. 135 lots In lot No. 72. nnar hill
street railway at prices ranalnir from JlOUto
a nil oil i-oar uruis. lyinKWCSlOI interna'
Clonal df Dot. and east nf A un crulr.
19. Five acres running from Camden street
21. Becn lots on Jaokaon stroet.
33. SIxty-nve and one half acres under fence.
with Improvemeuta known as "raco and fair
runnlnir back to river.
e. ah property ueionRing to Moasrs. Adaml
" ivain wuipriaiua uuuuing iota near inter-
national Huuset and Oovernment depota Baa
Podro sprtntrs and other parts or thocity.
which we otter at liberal prices and on easy
terms; also all their Irrigable lands In ana
about tbe city.
Wo win examine titles write conveyances
attend to tbe renting of houaoa negotiate
loans on reasonable terms. Notary nubllo at
oUce. J II. FllKNCH & CO.
i7f uomraeroe streot.
A WEEK'S TRIP.
THE WOOLEN MILLS AT WACO-THINGS
IN THE CENTRAL CITY.
Incidents of a Brief Sojourn K Naw Colton Fac-
tsry and a New Optra House Tha Glori-
An tinexiicctcil cull last week sum- j
uionttl one of I lie I.iinir force to tlie i
central city wliltlicr l.e liurrled its
speedily ts the Iron liorie could bear
liliu or tlie glistening rail ifi'nt link
Hnn Antonio with her sister city. It
on .Sunday and after giving our at-
tention to the growing crops entrancing
scenery nnd raging streams we found
ourselves Mowing up In the suburbs of
the capital. A careful survey around
the depot failed to bring to our view
either the portly form of "the most pop- '
ulnr newspaper man In Austin"' or the I
genial phiz of our old friend Cravens
and with n slight twlnga of disappoint-
ment we reseated ourselves In the car
and wero soon ngnln speeding away
northward. At Taylor vo disembarked
to nvnlt the train of the following day
which should carry us to our destination.
The peculiar conduct of numerous citi-
zens In tho vicinity of the rear doors of
certain places told us that tho newly
ordained Sunday law was being relig
iously observed. () At the hotel wo
met our old friend Dr. S. H. Shackle-
ford of Austin. He had run up to afloid
relief to thoso sull'erlng from aching
molars. One of Ids patients proved to
be our charming friend Miss .tuna .Mc-
Fadln to' whom wo are Indebted for
much of tho pleasure that marked our
brief stay in Taylor and express a regret
that pressure of time prcented our
meeting her beautiful sister.
Monday afternoon found us nguln
speeding over the road toward Waco
which thriving placo was reached about
3 o'clock In the evening. Soon wo found
ourselves responding 16 tbe greetings of
nliostof Irlendsnnd old acquaintances.
Naturally our steps led to tho Bohemian
headquarters nnd here wo found JIo-
Colliun. Hubby Wheat Elgin nnd olh-
ihey and the citizens had not yet
recovered from the surprise nt
tho metamorphosis In the shape
and style of tho Kxamlner. Its
glgantlo proportions were most too
much at one dose though nil wish It to
succeed. Tho transfer from the old
botiso to the new quarters of the Sunny
South company has not yet been com
peted and that paper Is not In appear
ance what It soon will he. The ener-
getic llttlo Day still brightens the after-
noon scenes and promises soon to en-
large. Colonel C. J C. I'uckettc for-
merly with tho Fort Worth Gazette Is
now chief of stalTon the Day There is
also talk of a new evening paper to
mako Its nppcarnnco July 1.
the Democratic county convention
we soon learned had lust finished Its
session before our arrival and the streets
were illicit with knots of men tllsscuss-
Ing Its work. It was determined to hold
a nrluiarr election on tho Ll'ith of Julr to
choose nominees for county and
precinct olllccs nnd n lively time
Is anticipated. Candidates are
nearly ns numerouH as leaves
In Vallumbrosa while cotton choppers
are distressingly scarce. Wheat who
has not yet deserted bis l'ost was tlie
liveliest man in town Friday when the
Chicago bulletins were being received
nnd seemed to have been llred by tho
electrlo spark that brought tlie news
lllaine's nomination provoked but little
excitement and was accepted ns n matter
lourtli of Julv will see Wacom her
holiday garb nnd tho new driving park
win ue tue centre oi inteicst. A grnnu
tournament nnd celebration Is being pre-
pared. Among other attractions will be
u base ball contest for a purse of ?.VMI
and the San Antonio club is expected to
toko part. The park and grounds are
splendid nnd though not yet completed
the track Is ono of the best In the State.
Tho tournament on the glorious Fourth
will draw an Immense crowd to Waco.
Sanford Johnson owner and proprietor
oi mo pirc aiso manages trie opera
house which Is being splenuldly
lifted up. Joe Garland the former
manager is building n now opera bouse
across the street from the old which
will be a perfect gem nnd ready for
troupes by fall. Another new thing
about Waco and ono she Is Justly proud
of Is the woolen mills in which steam
has Just been started The main build-
ing Is 2oS feet long and UU wide with
store room olllce picking and engine
rooms etc. In addition It is a great
enterprise and bos opened the way for
a new cotton factory tho 8160000 capi-
tal stock of which Is already assured.
Waco Is setting San Antonio n tine ex-
ample at present.
We also attended the Inauguration of
tho commencement exerolses of Waco
Female College Friday night under
Professor and Sirs. Rounsavnll. Tho
programme was exoellent and well car-
ried out. Wnoo ls quiet on tho water
question now probably due to the floods
or to the low price of lager beer per-
haps to both llcsides other things
Waco will soon claim the most
handsome saloon In the State.
Among tbo pleasant Incidents of our
stay was an Introduction to the work-
ings of the "KarncBt itefonners" n new
society of which the veteran Major
Wiley Jones Is the bead and Harry
Smith Secretary. The reformers have n
big work to do and need help. The
meetings are held beneath the shadow
of the "Green Elephant" and the Treas-
urer must always be nresent.
Tho weather on the llrazos Is as hot
nsitis here but politics are decidedly
hotter. Just before embarking for tho
Alamo City ngaln we had the pleasure
or meeting and having a short chat with
Gcntral Sill Itoss. He Is ono of the ster-
ling leaders or tho State nnd will yet
IU1 the executive chair of the great State
A FINE FARM
Oil 100 Acres for Sals at a Earaaln.
Fine tract or land or 1100 acres In
Harris county six miles from Houston
on liuUulo llayou railroad running bv
same l'lentv of wnter. imni mil il.
ber. Some Improvements and part
under cultivation. Four hundred tons
or hay cut from same last season. Will bo
sold uheap nnd on easy terms. Address
o-5tr J W. IliuiiLKY
Ileal Estate Agent San Antonio.
Rinchfor Sale or Rent
A 2M aero ranch 1G miles northwest or
town jor rent sale or excuango for city
property containing a 10-acie Held a
tank for water a wagon plow horses
rock bouse: Is pleasantly and healthily
located. For particulars address the
j.uini uiuce uox u-o-tit.
T'he best smoking tobucco Is "Utile
Hoik to Froperly Owners
Hon Anronlo May 15 .Ml. (
Thc Statu or Tkxa i
County of llexar. ( Whereas Certain par
tleeownlngnropfrty in thu City nf Ban An
ton to have failed to construct tnt-lr stdcwalh
afterduenotloeghcn.Ba required by fottlon
lofAn Ordinance Itea-ulaumr COn-trucilon
of Sidewalks" and thocity havimrcon-tructed
ordinance and tbe Major bavin? cert' fled tn
the below mentioned i
Therefore In mrcapsclly. Tax (Yl1ec1nr nf
ordinance I do hereby notify the below men-
tioned pri'perl owncra tn come forward
! within III ) from date of this notice and
1 pay the amount sot opfIte each rtacctlo
by Section 111 of ssld ordinance ti lety ami sjll
so much of said property s. tnay be neeiwarr
in sollsly Hie cost of eoiiHrmtlon and
I ctl.in. K. C II Al EISRN
City t Hlettor.
I'illmrhan MJIrs 1 lot fronting 71 taras
east MuuiilbWnrrsstnet bounded ea.t by
Ilwyer avenue. 1117 i.
Callaehar llrjan. I lot snullica! corner of
Olllltieiiuaud South flora strut 511.1 M.
tllinnwlty J. V. Mr.. l it. I tn Inrlimlte
block 4 nrorielnallot ll.nll north side Crockett
Unci. Sim l
Finns. II )l. M dn Mrs erst l.illnf lot ' and
lot IS block 7 VIolorlaMrut. Ul UK.
(lallsalier KIIiIkIIi lr.lhesollttiwcl enr-
n of Idist Houston and Nseetrdoelns si nets.
nndi James dc ! . wm! ci
et ftH fli.
j ickonn tieortrr. Intl. block 12 northwest
corner Crockett mi wmniii rteis. jn m.
Johnson Pant lots II nnd blot i sntnh-
west cirni r Victoria nt d I-Htor streets t 'W.
Murra) Ann Mia eat ono-half of lot 111
bl'ekotilu id Vict. I hi street $11 0.V
Muemh Mart mirth hall nt IntifUntM II and
lots U tn ft InUtntve south s do VktotU
street $:n 2ft.
Marshall. Jsc and (irol 1 lot fronting 11
vara souihsMo Market sttett Ikxi tltst wet
by I'.C IVrtldd.Kt 4.
M(H.r V. J. bus 5 u ud 7. block 31 imtHi
sldo West Cmiim-reo strevt SI
aNuiker Mary Mrs nst one hair or lot It
and wet one-half ot lot 1i blfick M south sldo
Victoria street I'l-
Uodrl'iucs Junn 1 lotfntllPt lit nrm on
east silo Aeiuta street boiiLdil north by
jqim Hitr m
id st ret t
'horn'nn. Jam aT . lot I. block 1. southwest
corner West dmtucriu uud Houth Cixicbo
Burets $;w 4j
ClUtlon by l'ubllentloii
Nn. It'U-TllKIIIVA HAIiTOff K. jAMtf M
to I he
M. 1 lit r ton. a imn-r nlriunt of tli
and anncrir lKfnre )h Miitrlct
holden in and lor the enmity of llettr. nt the
Court llousn thereof. In thu city or can Anto-
nl'ontiio llrst Monday In Hept( iiiIht then
ana mere to answer uie ik iiuh m ineresa
lurton. riU-i in mi 1.1 court Amll lit. 1SHL as-alnst
Jnmcs M. Ilrtrton irtld suit belntr iiuiiili 'red
1 K nnu aiirtrcsinsuoBinneoasitiMowa iowit:
That iils'ntlti In the rear A. II.. 1177. wns law
fully inarrled to defendant that they Ihed to-
(ret ber only a short time that defendant baa
previous to mo mm ot tins suir ttint tuo nas
m Iseuo of suld trarrlafra ono ehlld "lt'ey"a
female aired two ears nnd sx inonlhs that
mailt Is a nnn-retMitcnt or this btato.
uforo prater Is madu for citation that the
child und for oil
Herein fill not butbioio
before said court this writ i
i.Thecidoro Ihildus. Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of llexar County.
ler my band and
Dress Mnklnsi.10O Ittuanl.
I will give $WX) to anyone that ull!
Burpass ma in dress cutting and $IUU to
anyone that Is inycipial. I have ojicneil
a school of dress cutting also cut and
inako 10 nrticr. i giro tuo nest in anil
most Btyllsh draping tli.it lias ever been
Introduced In Texas. 1 have schools for
teaching the art of dress cutting In all
tbe principal cities. I teach n girl of ten
to ladles of seventy-five nnd muke them
perfect dress makers. You can lit your-
self with my 1'erfcct Tailor System I
give a perfect lit tho llrst time; it also
cuts dolmans nnd nil ovcr-gnrmcnts
children's clothing nnd iinder-garinents.
1 niu oui ireu to remain nero on account
of sickness In my family J. miles that
have attended Chicago .SI. I.ouls nnd
Cincinnati expositions will remember
tne. Agents wanted. Territory for sale.
IKJIHilll JHMK 31. JtUTII.
'213 K. Houston St. San Antonio Tex.
Cure for files.
IMi'san- freuiienlle nnoiled br a smiso of
welaht in tho liavk lulus and lower part of the
men causing mo putieni tu supiioso no
i ino alfeetlon uf tho kldners or neluhtior-
liiKOrfrans At times symptoms of Indiges-
tion aro present as llatulcncy iineusinesa of
the slomacli etc. A moisture llko iiersplra-
afterirettinirwnrm. Is a very common attend
ant jiunu uieeuinir aim lu Dinar t-nesyiei.i at
oneo to tho application tit llr. tlosanko'a l'ile
Iteinody wlilcn atls dlreetly uion tho parts
alTecteil abso'bioir ho 'lurnors allaying tho
No HW-l UOSENTHAI. Si Co. Vt. A.J.
Tho Mate of Texas to the Sheriff or any Con.
stablo ot Ilcxar county U reeling;
Wlierrni. tmlti has t.ei-n mut'ii bofnrn mo bv
John It. Hhook Ksrt c
him unknown so thst ordinar
cannot be served ou said defendant. v
secutlvo weeks previous to tbo rctu n day
hereof you summon tbo said A- J. CobbeldUk
to bo and appear before me at my olllee In the
cltyot Sun Antonio Ucxar county Texas on
the second day In July It being the 11th day or
July A. I) ImU at 10 o'clock a. m. tui. und
thereto answer tho complaint cf I. II. HnBen-
tbal&Co composed or 1. 11. Kuscnthu) M. 11.
Itosentbal Big Rosenthal and B. It. Llpsls In an
action of dobt for fotty-ux dollars and twen-
ty cents WJO) duo on a sworn account on tile
In my olllce for millinery goods told und deliv-
ered by plaintiffs to del end a tit during tbe
month of February A. I. lNtt.
Herein fall not but due service and return
make ot this writ as the law directs.
Utvcn under my band this 31st day of May
A.11..18H4. ANTO A1IAW
JuhIl'o or tho Iace Preeluct No. 1 llexar
Came to bund May 31 1961 and executed
May :t1 1nI by causing this citation to be pub-
lished In the Ban Aniomo LmiiT.a newspa
per published In tho city of ban Antonio
llexar county Texas for four eucctsslvu
wtoks troinimiehereuf. Kit Kb Hahkk
Citation by l'ubllcutlon.
No.lSOT-C. M Aikkn vs. V. CititEWPEitrr
lleforu IVtwr Hhlelds Justice of the l'eaco
l'reelnct No. I llexar county Texas.
TheBtateoflexas.to the Sheriff or any Con-
stable of Ilexur County Urectlng;
Whereas oath has ibis day b en mud before
tue by O.M. Aiken plaintiff tint the residence
ot V. Cb row pern doIcnJunl ts unknown to
him (sUldiitj ou are thervfore hereby com
inanded that you by making publication of
this wrtt Mi some newspaper printed und pub
llsbed lu llexar county for lour consecutive
weeks once In each week previous to thu re-
turn day hereof; summon tho said V. Chrew
pern to be and appear before me at my olllce
In tho city of Bun Antonio flcxur county
Texas on IheStrd day of June A. 1. MM ut
10 o'clock a m. to answer tho complaint of
tho paid CM Atken for tho sum of forty live
dollars and sixty cents (SMtXt) duo upon a
sworn account ou file In my olllco for goods
sold and delivered In April jmtl.
Herein fall not butot this writ mako duo ro-
turnaatbo Uw directs
.(liven under my hand tbla l.Vb day of May.
Justice of tho I'eacc Precinct No. 1 llexar
Cume to band May 1S8I and executed May
15 ln&t by causing this citation to bo publlBbeil
In tho Ban Antonio Light a newspaper pub-
lished In tho city of San Antonio tor lour suc-
cessive weeks from date hereof.
&-17-4W Fit 111) UADKll. Constable.
ThTs Idea of doing West
Tu Colorado or New Mexico for pure air to re-
lieve Consumption Is a'l a mistake. Any reas-
onable man would uso Dr. lloeanko'a Cough
and Lung Byrup forCcnsumptlon tn all lu llrst
stages. It never falls to give relief In all casca
nf Coughs Colds lironchltls 1'alna In tho
Chest and alt aGectlons that are considered
primary to consumption. Price. 0 cents and
$lou. Sold by O. Scbosao & Co. James Clavln
and Itagland & Co.
ratooi leiss to mo r-netni or any m.t B.fi W
il are hi rfbr iHininiHinteil that hr innklnir Jf?yy Iff'! 1 rril
kat'nn of this tllailon In some lie nape.- lUfiliLsmK'a V
(hcl In tho roillllr nf lluur.olico In 1 II AiaZSW ; E3&-
w rk. fur lour sin efutl o nn ka urerlniia II SBS-tttiSX.
lurndai lien or lou summon Jame. Miri rUWan
MARRY C. MILLER
8TK.NCIIJI ANII 8K4.II
Metal checks. doorplales. houn numbers etc.
No. s Navarro street adjoining (Irons' hank
Van Antonio 1-33-lt
Henry E Vernor
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
MAS AMTIIMII TKXAS.
an Westltnuiilnii street 3)1 Solnlsd slreetnn
com) r UP slairs room Nm. 3 and 4. Practices
ill sll the Slate and Federal round. 3-IMy
K SINGER & CO
I:inc Groceries aiul Ciirars
ltaev. .No. 5 Went lloiiton I
nm w tut n
C. N UltAMirK
was tuadeto nnlsr whh li we gun auteo Call
POLK 4V Ci HANG Hit
2r)So'edad Sired. Sa'i l lor I.. Tela".
T. J. Wence's Coafectioiery
0111 Houston Street.
vW Cream and all
kinds of refreah-
rtTTsunjIlnl I'll in.
o-1 mmlerale. 3 Sdlin
d the lanrcst stock 'if Hnvllsh
r rerun aim uurman itikhih ever tirnuirnt to I Ills
c-ltv. All stykK and colors. Only nrst-elass
umoraeinpiiiyiM. ruiismauoup in too latest
tho lowest pus-Ohio lrlee and a per
feet fit guarantied.
Ami llcalrriii Uatclu-s
under written auarantee. K. llEltTznnto.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. iSl Couinicrco Street.
Silver and Plated Ware
Watches and Jewelry repaired. Charges
reasonable. We take pleasure In show-
ing our goods and purchasers aro Invited
to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-l-ly
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. 18 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO. - - TKXAS.
J. C. BREEDING 4 SON
873 Commerce Ntreet
Over I ltouvant's Jewelry Store
I'ommfrw Stwir IlrldRf. 1 S&p Dl.Mlhr
''' ' 1
Staehely & Tips i
Bnilflrs Hardware Iron Steel
John I tec re hnnd and aulky (down cultl-
valors etc. Tvnnnmnj watrom snd general
fann mat hlnerr. 1 3-12-6 tn
Wm. CAMERON & CO.
LUMBER SHINGLES SASH
l-r M 151 (ii
Whl e 1'ine t illlnir .V Sldllur
I'eplar tJHIIiia- slillnr
I'rpnsstVlllnir & Si.llnir
Niitellv Sidinir . ...
l:n. l.lor II W
No. 1 . a M
II. Hnc . .. " ttn
tlonrs and Ha.Ii as ur publlnlied list. IMMf
(!AIUMA(JH 110 US 13
A N II
John II ltuUinnnn bs ntiened a shop at
Kckcnrnth's buldlog No. Sin Market street
and Is prepaid to do all clnsn of wora.
Charges moderate. Satisfaction guaranlocit.
J AI. i'CKFORl).
HotiiiiN'Jaiiilit No. lUSOIcditil.St.
KAN ANTI1NIO TRXAH.
iTTTTTrmn nt nnni iTm
MAIN 1'lsAZA SAN ANTONM.
J. I). MPKNCKi:. - - - ritdiKinnit.
IK'St of ccr)thlnK In tho market rervid In
llrsbeloFS style. I'rlcca moderate. 0 T-y
Main I'laia. Kan Anteulo Ttaaa.
Fowler. Berliner & Co. Pronrlclors.
la ono of tbe neatenr pleasant est quietest and
most lit gantSuloons lu Texas and keeps tho
wry bent of Liquors Wines etc. All gentle-
men athlrst will do well to visit and tako their
friends to see
No. 217 Commerce street.
JOHN H COPJELAKD.
AUornev anil Connsellor-at-Law.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
onire: No STO West Commerce street up
stairs. Practices In alt the courts.
PRO PHI CTOH
Haeks No. 50 51 52 53 54
Stable Corner of Avenue R and Houston
street.' Connected bv tole phone. AH orders
promptly attended to day or night. Tolepbone
onnnf otton No. Sua.
ARE YOU AFFLICTED ?
A Brief Description of I he Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat With
a few References of Remarkable Cures By Dr.
N 8. Burnham.
Ban Antonio lonjr felt the. need of a skillful specialist In treating diseases of the. Bye Ear and
Throat. Tho InhahlUntiof all this Immenso Stat nhen rcqulrlm? th serrlocs of such skill
wcrecompellod to make ton Journeys to distant cities at rrcat expense such as Kansas City
PU Louis and Chleaa-n and still further East In order to obtain relief for diseases afBlctlna
theao organs and parts
Manynf thvcltltensof this Ptalf:wt.o went to Kansas City .forth benefit of. an oculists
skill made tbe acquaintance of tho Oculist Aurlat and jLaryDrlst
DDr. 3ST. S. B-u.rrxtL3.rn.
who had iharirof tho Kansas City Mo Rye for and Throat Infirmary They one and all
united In urirtnif li!m to corne to thu point In Texas. Finally fall Inn health cauiad by tho
coMcllmsto compelled a chanjre and so Ban Antonio trained a specialist who was known by
some of her own cttUens and many In the Bute to possess the rciulslto skill In all of It
dcllcateandtarudoperatlonBandtrcatmrnUand sine locating here the greatest success bas
crownM his e fforts and he lias won the enduring gratitude of hundreds whom be baa treated
from all parts of the PUte. A few of them are given lrclow as reference.
A few remarks In regard tothladlseasomaynotbooutof place here as It Is so comnoo.
Nmrly all bavo the tmublo at tome time In tho acutcCform and call It a cold. Bonus times they
aroawaro they hardly get overonooold until they hac another. The oold or more properly
sH-aklng the catarrh then tccome sub-acute lly neglect this runs Into a chronic form.
Honiethnes it Is located In the nose; sometimes tbo throat or both. Booner or latcr.lt affect
tho cars causlnr frciurnt tinging or roaring In the cars or other noises. Sometimes violent
Intl-imattnn causing excruciating pain and tho acutencss of hearing Is lessoned la a
greater or less degtco. Very often loo. It extends up through a little duct from the nose to
ono or tho other and even both eyes causing several different form of diseases of the eye.
Nearly all are familiar with catarrh In the form of bronchitis.
Catarrh In all Its forms and nearly all Its stages can bo cured llutpcoplo neglect It and so
do physicians. They neither prepare themscUea with tho Instrument or knowledge sufficient
or necoMMiry to treat this troublesome dlseaM as a rule and thus people themselves do not
apprehend tho danger they are In when they consult a physician and bo tells them OtlU
nothing but a cold" and yet that so-called cold In a vast number ot cases Is tbo first start of
doarneaa blindness loss of smell lorn of voice of Laryngitis nronchltla and Consumption.
Any or several of these may follow and be caused by a neglected cold. Detow are a few names
which I have itcrtnlmlon to use who have been t res tod by mo with benefit for Catarrh In some
of It forms since I have lieen located here t
J P. Uoblnson Catarrh In throat 8an Antonio; T. II. Johnson Catarrh tn throat. Manager
Ban Antonio Lkiiit; . Kuhn Catarrh of tho bead Denver Co tors dot Miss Mary Eraser
Catarrh of tho throat and ears. Nova Bcotla; Frank Newton Catarrh of tho throat and eyes
Ban Antonio; Miss H.I?undhury Catarrh of tho throat and bead. Ban Antonio.
Bcoresmore tulirht lw added to thlr Hat that I bavo cured sluco located In this city but t will
only mention ono more as a rcmarkablolnstanoo of bow much good can bo done that claw of
Incurable.Mrcalled.Uimumpthe. O. W. Tye of Leon Springs had Catarrh for sorao years
In tho head and throat finally tho lungs became affected and ho had several haemorrhages and
had a very lad cough becamo much emaclawMt and a confirmed Invalid and was pronounced
by his physician In tho last and Incurablo elAgo of consumption. Ho came to me for treatment
last winter tietrl a year ago. Ho commenced to gain Uesh and woat to work In tbo spring
and I saw no mom of him until a few days ago when ho cams In bragging bow well he wa
and wclgbrd thirty poum's more than he ever did.
A few words now lungard to the ear may not bo uninteresting to some especially those
who are sufferers rrom varied and numerous forms of disease. Very few people need urging
t) consult an A mist when they haw a discharge ot matter from It especial ly If aocom panted
by a foul smell yet some will and that tmi strange as It may sound In tbla day of enllght
ment by advlco of physicians but surely It Is noter done by ono who understands diseases of
It Is a lamentable fact that somo of the older physicians (without any special knowledge on
this point) luvo a prejudice against tho stoppage ot purulent discharges from tbe car but this
Is based ujton tho erroneous teachings of old French writers Du Vtrney and Itard D. D. St.
John ltiKMta M.D. LU Dm Professor of Diseases of l!yo and Kar In tho University ot New
Vork City; Surgeon of Mauhattan Kjoand Kar Hospital; Consulting Burgeon of Drooklyn Eye
and lUr Hospital etc. and who Is considered tho very best authority on tho sbbjoct says In but
last workt "There Is no pathological experience on record which can sustain tbo assertion
that It Is dangerous to stop a dlschartro rrom tho ear." Let anyone acquainted with anatomy
consider this fact that there Is pcrhapft no part ot tbo human body which bas more Important
anatom'cal relations. Tho cavity of tho tympanaum Is oovorod over by a thin bony put to
which Is In direct communication with the cerebral meninges; tho floor Is close to tho great
Jug.ar Its Internal wait IsthoUbyrlnth wall covered only by very thin membrane and open
tng Into tho branches of tho aeouitlo nerve while on tho outsldo wo bavo a thin membrane
about as thick as paper. It Is oasy to sou that a continuous destruction of these part by sup-
puration unices cured In this part would sooner or later (which It always does) lead to serious
troubles In tho brslnandsiuctlme lu tbo lungsor heart. I find a large percentage of tbe
cajH.-shavlnga"runnlngtarMbatcalwac(iughaiidwbcnthooar Is cured tbe cough Is also
cured 'lit end ot being worse.
Then .oere is another linos of cum a that sometimes consult tbo doctor they complain ot
ringing or roarlngorothcr tiolsi-a in tho ear. lie tells them thor have oold and a doso ef
qulnlno per hut's is given tbla may be relieved for a time but sooner or later returns but tho
sufferer bad bis fears allayed by rccoi erlng partially from tho first attack and so does not feel
any anxiety this time and tries tbo old remedy again. It falls and so does everything else they
try and their friends don't sympathise as there Is no external evidence of the suffering caused
by this condition but His at least iuosthein to bunt upon Aurist who examines tbo ear
und be finds the car perhaps so far gono that It la Impoaslbls to restore Its full bearing powers
and ho must bate great skill Indeed tostop thveourso of the disease and keep the beartng
from bclLg lost entirely m far do thece coma run before tho pooplo consult competent skill.
If ptoplo would go to tbo Aurust -.very timo anything was tbo matter with their cart and
not wait to consult ph)slcbius and others tbey would suffer far less and preserve their hearing
much better as neary all the dlMi s ot IbU nrgn are curable cap eclally In tho first stages.
Space will only allow a fow name for reference wbohavo been cured of ear diaoasca hereby
mo. bcoree more might be added i
A. A D readier Baa Antoulo; W Dtitart Itoerne; James Davis Sau Antonio; door go son or
V. C Daugberty. Sheriff Frio County Pcarsall Texas; W. W. llerry Esq. Ban Antonio Texas;
J 11. Murphy Ban Antonio; K.T. Allen Pcarsall Texas; J. H.JonesSan Antonio; Major T. T
Tecl San Antonio; J. C. Dlurmeyor Sau Aatonlo.
Tho diseases ot tho co are very numerousnearly ax) In number clearly defined and recog
nUed by tbo oculist all requiring different treatment In order to euro them and restore good
tslon. Yet nothing shows tbe folly ofgolng to tho general physician for treatment of this
organ than tbo fact that bo bas only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently
to reoognlM from three tn a dozen It Is In tbls and tho careful application ot proporly selected
remedies to tho and tho different affections of tbo eye that the superiority and tbo success of
tho Oculist consist.
Nearly all tho diseases ot tho ejo aro curable oven In tho severe forms If clearly understood
and properly treated and attended to In tbo earlier stage before It bas bad time to destroy or
Injure permanently tho vision. Iluttboae cases that show blemishes and defect of vision and
blindness so frequently are oases In which there has been dclav In cooking an Oculist and
valuable tlmo was wasted by trying somo domestic remedies or what Is nearly as bad trying
tbo ordinary physician.
I du not mean by my remark abovo to condemn or criticise the general practitioner for
treating Catarrh or diseases of tho Uvo or Eur that occur In bis practice. It Is his duty to give
relict Ut all who are suffering In anv and every war possible and no doubte.ll do the best they
can. Iluttney will all honestly confess that ther have not the means. In the shape of selected
remedlealutrumeuta nor tho timo to acquire tho skill and practice to do Justice to theso
What 1 do waut over) body to understand is that there are a class of specially Instructed and
experienced doctors men w bo bave devoted money time and study to these particular part
of tbo human body In order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In treating It affections
and diseases; and pooplo who are suffering with any disease In theee organs will as far a
pocilblo iccovcr tho best and fullost use of theso organs who seek the specialist the earliest;
aud the physician will deal honestly with hi patrons who gives tbem such advice.
I see In tbls country many coses of Strabismus ("crooked eyes" they aro generally term d
which Is a defect lo appearance uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly every one of these
never start to school without having tbls remodlod.
Kyelids that turn out showing tho Inside or thoso that turn In and Irritate the eye-ball can
alt bo perfectly cured. Artificial eyes can bo fitted and worn without any pain and to look
perfectly natural. 1 have a largo stock of them always on band.
Old granulated lids cured surely
A few uamos aro given below for reference that have boon ourod by me here. Many more
mitfht be given It necessary but theso havo boon selected because each one represents a
different und yet most common form of disease of the eye I
11. II . liroodlntr. Ban Autonio Blepharitis CilUrls: Major T. T. Tool. San Antonio Pterygium;
Il.Cltadstate Baa Aatonlo (Irnuular Lids and Keratitis; Frank Newton San Antonio
Btrlcturo Lachrymal Ducts; U. H. Ltmbert (Daughter) Ban An onto lllennorrhuMlo Oonjuno-
tlviils; Anton Halamuda Ban Antonio Acuto Conjunctivitis; J W. Casey (Daughter) Han
Antonio Iritis; Itaotiel llreslln Ban Autonio Choroiditis Berosa; VV. A.Caruahan.fcaa Antonio
Iridocyclitis; it. J. Vlnoent Cotulla. Ulcer on Cornea; W II. Drown Loeevllle Uranular Lids
and Kerato-Irltis; W.J. Ilogge ISaglu Pass Cataract; George Loossburg (Daughter) Castro
vllle Btrablsams; Mace Borell. IJelmoot Dalroplum and Trichlasht; Hubert Orler Pana Maria
Pterygium aud Leukoma: 11 CUurrls. Itauchn. Chroma Conjunctivitis and Keratitis: A C
Decker BUckdale T run untile Ulcer aud Hypuplon; w j Terrlberry Baltlllo Mexico
Traumatic (1 laucoma.
Included In the reference gUeu Is the name of W J. Hoggo.frora Gaglo Pass. He had been
blind for ears and tbe operation wa so successful and gave him such good vision that a phy-
sician wbo bad practice! in New Vork City for years said wheo he saw It a few days ago tba
It whs better than any ho bad ever saw before. This patient was sent to mo by the courtesy of
Dr. H. A- Kocrppun of Pledra Neirraa Mexico who was also kind ouough to assist In tbe
operation and to whoa valuable aid a part of tbe success Is due.
For further Information addrva
N. S. Burnham M. D.
Oculist Aurist aud Laryncdst
Comer nf Houston and St. Marys' streets.
ED. STEVES & SONS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Doors Sash Blinds Shingles Etc.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
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