The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 145, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 17, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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w i . 2jrs;:-iiiiiiiiBMiir Wflnficu 1 LUMBER 1IET
id iMiuui.iTimswm.s. for swlnilltiig lie was taken to n hotel ' WW fi fl " i M UUlUUJJll 1UX11UVLJJ.
tlalTestun. Ifarrlaburs; and San Antonio.
s.tn p. m.
from Bl J wo).
JNIOIIT8 PYTHIAS Elk Uxigo No. JO
n fireman's Ifall. Vlsllli
ThU spnco nlll ho
occupied by Dr. Alex
clan and burgeon
miners Prospectors Farmers Mechanics.
I would cll special lit Initio" In nl' wli
l-n mmlnir tn M . .'or flic nil ma
working mine farm of errng' li
inaoBiry mm uirj
In thrt flKNFUAI. 1 1 All IUV AIM. LI N I.' Ill li LI
Holders' Met hnUVMiritVT .sand Ml loir
Hupptlt. and Aifiteiiltur'-t Iiiifl mi nta of nil
Mnti. JlPftiiii.nrto Mnr Mm In "t H uttlur
I'owdir Atlas rowilo- or Dyr- nilK Titj.pl'
I'oree Hlatlng nrt Surly Fusr f ui r-
Magnello Uattcrlcr mmiu IJih-ii Drills nml
iMijipltcH Piatlnmti rux" uniting and Con-
necting Wliw. Oeinttoi Mln ntrN'cet Dilllng
andNnpplug llnmnrrfl Picke. Muth-ikf c o.
Also IlircVfir.liliTiolnontl HupplM I"n nnd
Hteel Anvils Vims IHlow . Htlli Forge.
MnclHiitry.f ic. Pa ubOils Va'ii!Inr lliutb
tn i' to. at tbe
and 7S Monterey Mexloi
VI ml. tl KmilliiRO '. I iRtruUi.
Invalids Seeking Health
Will Kind Tho
Hot Springs at Topo
.Superior to any In the country. Hi-wlal In-
ducements offero 1 for thetstnbllihmcnt of a
good hAol. Corr spnndcnio (.o'lcttcd. Ad-
ilouhd lor Jlexlco should bear lu
iiiliul Hint tho
BOTICA DEL .LEON
j (Tho Lion Drug Store)
Drugs and Medicines
Paints Varnishes llruaticr. LUo.
Meilcati Curlonltlet a Specialty.
MONTKUEY - - - MEXICO.
RxchangemTrnKland United States and all
iwlnta in Mexico and A merlon currency
bought and gold at current market rat".
IIOFOB ICC I
West End Hotel and Greenville Gardens
MONTI. It E.V ! t MEXICO
TLo oily flrst-clos American lintel In tho
city Th-j mostlHnuillful retort in thusuburts
of Muniurpy. Lottly groves mid cooling
ft reams. Specltl npxrtmrniit for T-itu 1 1
IIcmihlcstpHrtntthccIty. Hot and cold bat h.
Table unexcelled Charges mnderntu Sjrcctal
tvitna to fuuilllea I y I lie v. cell or month. A tie-
liuhtful plencHiit home.
THOMAtt UUOOMi: Proprietor.
City rropcrty For Snlo
1. Tbrcc ami ono hftlf ncros on Kacouduchcs
street lunutuif tn Bun l'eilro cioob. with liu-
eieonts. i ino iruit orennru on vreunu.
. Lnla No. 13
II nml IS.
H. Flvo lot curlier Amlln mvl nray
utrectn lEnmeUUiti'ty cuat turn or etit
II. Twenty-tour iicren lot SIO west of Ban
Vcdro creek at crossing ot luteruatlonal uud
IS. ilnusoamilot corner N
UlilalirostrcolB. on Franklin'
U. liullic Wock No. Ill aud 8 lots In Uook
No. Si. on fur i Avenue.
r lou In block No. CO aboro Upper
1H. 123 lots in lot No. TS. near 1'rosi.eet 1.111
street railway at prices rauirtinr from Sllttto
tliia a lot on caif tonus lylnfl- west or Intcrntt-
timal depot andou.tor Al.xan eroek
10 Flvo acres riiunlUK from Camden street
to upper liabor ditch
CO. ThronloUou Klmlra street cornor Tren-
wlth tmproveuienU knowu as "race and fair
S3. Seventy-tiro lots on east sldo of Austin
irunnlnir hack to river.
1. All Lruncrtv beloitulnir tn MeMrM. AHjmi
& Wlokea. ootnlirlslna; building lots near inter-
itauonaj rjunscc una uovrrnmcnt nooots fsn
cdru springs and other parts ot the city
terras; also all their Irrbjable lands In
attend to tha reutlno- of bouses.
loans on reasonabin terms. Notary- publlo At
Qfflor. J. H. KI1HNCII CO.
U7i Commerce street.
Bowing lo Criminals.
Vtm tl o Ch'ctwn HornM
AYIien V'erdlnnnd Wnrtl wa nrreslcd
forswIndllliB ho was taken ton hotel
In the custody of n Sheriff. If Kcrdl-
nnndWanl stole nnyllilnpho stole mil-
lions. Doubtless n 1ln7.cn oilier men
Were arrested In New York on the same
day that Word was most of them
charged wllli petty theris. l'crhaps
there wns an orereont thief In the lor
nnd there tuny hnvo heen n newsboy
who purloined pocket hniitlkerchlers
under tiitehiKo of sottio later KukIii. All
these were beyond question tliruwn Into
jail without n lienrlnK. nnd It Is quite
llkelv Hint they were not even plven an
opportunity to notify their friends II
they had nny. In Wards casen Judge
was In waiting for him to llx his hall.
In Wnrd's case n hotel with luxurious
parlors and n convenient hnr wns pro-
ltled Instead of n Jail. In Ward's case
theprlp of the law was a velvet touch
thodcteiillon moreninatlerof form than
nnjililni? else nml the accommodations
not those provided for criminals or pre-
sumed criminals hut thosu specially
prepared for honored nnd prompt pay-
How we do ntlmlro a hlgscninp In this
Tho Conversation of To-Day
From llirH n Frand'on Hews-Is tier.
Conversation Is n vastly dlll'cretit thing
In this our day from that of something
under n hundred jcurs ago. Imagine
tho society of to-dny tolerntlnR the Im-
promptu nnd liitcrinlunlilo b.irnncilcs
Mine do Htncl treatetl her guests to.
Sho would he run out of tho society of
to-day ns a public nuisance. We no
longer converse we talk. We dare not
venture olfsocletr topics when In that
whirl lest w weigh down Its prescribed
lightness of tone unci dlsttiib ilto equili-
brium. Ifwenreso unwise as to culti-
vate our mind society must know noth-
ing of It or wo will he looked nt nskancu
nnd held In dreads and nny feather-
brained person onii talk and keep tho
hall rolling for hours therefore of what
use to aim to lie a brilliant conversation-
tillslf There Is hut one person Inn thou-
sand who takes pnlns to or Is capable of
discriminating bet weon tho spurious and
the real nrtlcle.
Ills Idea of Bliss.
Jlr. mid Mrs. Cooper do not get along
very well together. Hols to Maine for
he Is nlwnj a saying spiteful things. For
Instance when she happened to men-
tion that n murderer had been sentenced
to ninety-nine years In tho penitentiary
"Well he Is In good luck."
"lie will hnve n quiet time of It until
ho gets out nnd then he will ho too old
Economy Is Courtship.
"Wo don't uso ns much oil ns wo need
to do we tnnmmn?" said a wise seven-year-old
"I really haven't noticed my child.
What makes you think so?"
"'Cause sister Is awfullv stingy with
the.llght when her beau calls."
Inspector Thorne related nt rollce
headquarters tho following story! A
ladv livlnp tn n lariro brown stono liousn
J tistjilt" 1'11'tli avenue was In her home one
nignt last week Willi an nivalin mother
In her charge nnd no one but n woman
servant to assist her. All the men had
gono otfto a hall. Just before 11 o'clook
the sick woman became worse The
daughter was alarmed and went to ring
the bell Intending to send the servnnt
forn particular kind of mcdlolno. Tho
girl appeared Just at that moment and
Inn terrified voice Informed her mistress
that there was a burglar In the base-
ment. "It Is Just hnt I want" snld the mis-
tress "a man to send for medicine."
She went down to the basement nnd
encountered a burly negro In n room In
"Come out 1" sho said In an Impera-
'1 ha negro who had been n slave. In-
stinctively listened to tho command
and obeyed. lie took the order for tho
prescription had It tilled and returned
with the medicine nnd the change.
Jlrs. I.lmoges Is very brlc-a-hrao In her
tastes hut Is not very prompt to pay her
bills. Tho other day tho groceryinan
"Can I seo Mrs. L.V" ho said to tho
"What do you want?"
"1'vo got n bill hero for some grocer-
ies she bought Inst month."
"Only n month old?" asked the girl In
"Ain't that old enough?"
"No sir. It Is not. Mrs. Limoges I'd
hnvo you know Is a lover of the antique
and should she see a hill only a month
old sho would have n lit of nervous pros-
tration." "Well that bents tho deuce. When
shall I conic?"
"Oh.soino time In the future. The
older tho bill gets tho belter; hut don't
you over daro to come around with any
of those vulgar new bills that tho stains
of time havo never touched" nnd she
slammed the door In his face.
"Say inn wns pa a doctor beforo you
wero married?" asked n precocious little
fellow of his mother.
"No Indeed Johnny: whnt makes you
"Vou know inn that them medicine
fellers keep skeletons."
'Hut what has that to do with your
father being a doctor?" asked the lady
"Oh!" replied Johnny "I heard pa
tell n man last night that ho has kept a
skeleton In his closet over slncathedny
he married vou."
"Oh! did ho?" cried tho mother heH
ouiragcu icenngs gelling tno ueiier or
her; "well when ho comes homo I'll
havo n number of boirua to pick with
Johnny's father will be moro careful of
what he says In tho future lu the henr-
lug or his Intelligent oll'spring.
A FINE FARM
or 1100 Acres lor Sale at a Bargain
Fine tract of lnnd of 1100 acres In
Harris county six miles from Houston
on UuU'alo lluyou railroad running by
same. Plenty or water grass and tim-
ber. Somo Improvements nnd part
under cultivation Four hundred tons
of hay cut from same lust season. Will be
sold cheap and on easy terms. Address
5-Stf J. W. BllADI.l'.V
Ileal Estate Agent San Antonio.
Are an Immense benellt to the sick peo-
ple. Tho wonderful skill or many phy-
slnus to recognize u dlseaso shall bo un-
touched but In millions or oases they
don't know how to oure tiee poisoning
dcstroynblo remedies (?) nnd declare it
great many diseases as Incurable. Our
remedies don't know such n sickness II
taken beforo tho body Is In it dlelng con-
dition Every ski: person should innko
a trial because It neter falls to euro the
severest diseases of women cancers
iionsumptlon fevers cramps epilepsy
Insntilty (not org) piles diseases of skin
scrofula syphilis entries of tho bones
etc. eto. Treatment of children exceed-lntrlv-easv.
Itemeinher tbnt tbesn meil-
lofnes nro adopted by the authorities of.
tue satita iiosa jiospuai. uuero is no
patent swindle about it but the greatest
discovery In the medical lino since crea-
tlon'.of tho world. Ban Antonio refer
ences nnu testimonials given. Call on
rue. 1'jtor Mkykii Ave I) 3a
Elect horn General depot for Texas
and Gulf States -17-lyr
Anioniii junu o imm. i jft. JL I earrectod n'wkiy.by I
Til h Htath fipTr.x An. I I
I Whereas. C rtalnmr.
rl ear betow. have full il to
walk Imprnrrmo is tnadolty thottfy ot Han
Afttiinln tn front ot tho r proi tj alter bav-
ins' re" tvcl ''uir niitlni to ttstrtiet tti atmc
lo uy the 4iiinuiildM
Iructln Sil'l .liewaUs al'hi.uali of tn tln-
o.n led by ulrliw aiilntt liollnj In ll . 111. 11
-hi lulotsjll e ty tntio si. as itipi rt.l br
s Ta IVIIrclnr
i-l In Miiillt co with f (VI Ion ID
rlliianeo. tio levl.d upon ami
i-kIh III thi II ru
Hi cuell Miocuerilnir
ill! the sal - Is completed sell
ut l libtlo outerr to th
Hall st til.l 1er. It
cnsli.tho l 'l.iw ties
Hint tin 3 all I HMprtl 1 by each rest eel it u
i lir In
t Iiuiih In II.
ntr er eat Ant nil. eoilhtv of Ilex
Alti'iint and cl may tie il I at anv llnto
beturo the day of sale rl'. IIapriskm
City Col lei tur.
(Ktcriptloi of proprty.
rimitli. Dan !' lot? block fl. rmittl"iron tho
r st fid. r Fan 1'cdro aittiuu $70 it
t'lllahiii. M Mrs.. I I it IrO'illmr 7.1 vsrns
ihleriiiuto Flrs strict buptide eait by
iiiCttiiaiid Houth Klnraiiretl.tlM t.
nonn. D.I. M. du Mi out lialt of tot IS
bloi7 VlutorlitfilrM t. M M.
aliiihcr Klt7Jittli MrJthanoiiltnrifit rtir
nr if l.nt llotlklon nudND(itrd()(lK Hi'ti
fron Injf.'O taranti Nncodoclm tr tt and
J ckton (ieortrr lot 4 td'H-k I ntirllnrrt t
corner Cnn-keit md 'ninui mrtt-in. giu (.
Munich Mnrt north hlf ni IntflUniiri llnd
!' is to l inclusive south itdo Victoria
HI rout 1210 Ut.
MtirliAii Jo nnd Cttrol I lot frnntlnir 11
nrii nmiilinlilo Miirkit treil bounded weit
bj P.O. ivrehln n 0.
Mnnrr. W..L. I.hi ft nn.t 7. Iilnok 21. nm-lli
eldw Wen Uoimnrrco itlre I. S3 40
Juan Uoilrh-uex 1 lot frotur in arm nn
rtii-t 1 1 to Aifpilit strict bounded north by
John I Hit $n' m.
Honinrr u. Jin. in i ihock :; nonnwepc
rnT Wcit L'otnuieri-u md IV-wit htrMt.
Wv'nt (V.iiiiih'hu untl Hsiuili Cinthn
uirctti S'ii ao.
The Srtof)fTe)trst in the HhcrllT or nn
hiu or Hexar L'onnty f ircttuiKi
il are hereby cmiimunded that br .
pubUrnt on of thin rliailna In omn hh
puh'Uhcd In iho couniy of lliixnr :
loreiurti day htreof yuu i
arlitn. a non-rrnldciit f I
aniiinr hPforo Itio IUstrlt rmirt. tn hn
holden In and for Itio county of IIcxrat tho
'l IIOUSO llicrt'or. tn tho Lllvnf Hun An (it
n lo mi tno tlrtt Mouday In Heptembor then
Jnmm M. fUrfnn. i
ami nieire8inffuuBianfeMioiinwii to-wit:
Plalntltl In tho (Hr A. !.. 1877. waa lnw-
fully married todefindant that they lived to-
and six month th
eld(iit or thin State
idu for citiHnit. tht thn
bonds of matrimony between platnt'ir and dc-
roouuit Po forever uiBunHcd that abo havo
cutody uf tli j child and for all
In fill not but lu
herecn. siovrlnir how you luvo
witncMTiien(ioro lU'dus Clerk orthelHe-
id wal of aatd
I IPBiiod Jtuinu ilnvt.
ta'amotn baud Max nt. lHftl. At tli. nVlnrlf n.ra
and publfcfttion ordered lii tho can Antomi
IUMT I. 11 ftlCUAM.
Iirht In tho back lulna and Iowlt n.irt or thn
tlon produclntr a cry dlBdtfrecdhhi ltchltir.
after petting warm U a very common attend-
ant mind llleedinir and Itcliluir l'lleaj lold at
onoo to tho application tf lir. Itoiunko'a l'llo
lteuiedy which acta directly upon tho pirta
MtTocted abso blnK bo Tumors a Hay In tbe
Interne It thin (7 and .JiTeulntf' u pertaauent
cure. Price 6J conla. Addres The Dr. llo
suoko Medicine Co Plfjua. U bold by C
Ucawe. X Co Jutnea Clavlu ltiKland & Co"
No. IffU-f. II. ltOiEATIIAL Si CO. VS. A.J.
Tho State of Tqxbs to tho blierliror any Con-
fctabluof Itexar county Oreetlny:
Whcrcfli. oath haa teen made beforo mo br
JohiiU. Hliook Ksq. ouocf the attorney to
oannot bo tr
theietoro eoiumatided that by tmuititf putdl-
tek. )revlous to ihorctu u day
Itvof Him Antonln. Iltrxar umiiitv. '1'
thebeconddity In July ItbeliiK thu Jnli day uf
July A. )..lt at lu o'clock a. m. ih-nand
ttieiotubiiserthotomp!afnt .t 1. II. lton.ii-
ttialkVCo.eotniMisedori ll. ItoHcmhul.M li.
Itosenthal. HI Itoaenthal and H it. I-l 11 tn an
OLtfunord'btror foity-nx doliaia and twen-
ty oenU t$l0i) due on uawom account on tile
lu my oillee lormllllntry iroodiBold and deliv-
ered by pUlutlU to deiendant durinir tho
mont h of Kebrurtry A li. J8S4.
May 1)1. 1881. by cnuilnnr thin i-lttlnn tnlri nuh.
lUhtd In tho Han Amijmo Lkiiit u nuwepa
nor publlbhed In iho city of Sua Antonio
lifxar county Texas for four tuccmlvu
hicks Irumduttthciour 1'hku IUdkh
T. J. Wence's Confectionery
32U llou.toii Street
Crtam aud all
kluda of refrc-sb-menta.
raoJcruto. 3 Stilm
STIlNIJIt.S ANI1 S15.VI.S
Mobil rhocks door plates hotiso numbers eto.
No.s Navarro stri
uuju.iuuir tiroo.- tiiinlt
H3. SHPJiBlEIR c3:(0ar
Fine Groceries and Cigars
Olve them call you wll never reret It.
Everythln frrsli and now. Itomombcr tho
place. No. 5 Wist Houston Street-
j P JROUTE
j lift a- ouwn
Iruuport of PMwnim
I.nAVISO ST I.OU1S 8.00 n. m. ..rent
HniKliiyThroiiEli Kl...rf.r nIt Vnik
rvn.ll l bnlr'nrfrTiIl frr.CAn(rCn"
nml J.lcBiint l'arli.r Car for Clilcinci
LliAVINORT. I.OCIS tl.40 u. . ui.
Thrancll Hle.r for N. Urk nl llio
oniTiiruugliftleeper to Ito.tuii
Lrunitn st. r.ot;is .oo . n. iniiT
THE FINEST EQUIPMENT
Ml Afff nt artl llrkrta unci encnirn Uteri.
J. P. CONDON
Nos. 312 to 316 Nacogdoches Street.
Carriages and Wagons.
Old Iluiriilcfl exchanged or tepalredln tint
c!hm manner. If you need a now llinmy.
Wairqnnr Carrfairc como and seo mo. H4tiS
faclfon ruaranlcfd. Prre low. JkTKlm
Dealers in Hay Grain anft Feed
North aide Alatnu I'larti Han Antonio
THE MENGER BAR
Has been entirely refuted by I -nut & Fchml'H.
Mr. lfrrmaii fatiiv urn. rnti.nPV It.n
known proprietor of the "Jewel" and Ihey
win uofiao 10 ace taeiroid menus una try to
tnak" new onea.
tiu;tn I.AU.V asciimiht.
And DtaUr in Watchts
Diamonds i Jewelry
tW"Call and otamtno my Hock and priccsbc-
forebuln(a elsewhere. All yond will be sold
under written guarantee. K. IlKKTZBEita.
BELL & BRO'S.
No. 2S1 Commerce Street
Silver and Plated Ware
Watches and Jewelry reiinlred. Charges
reasonable. We take pleasure In show-
ing our goods and purchasers are Invited
to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-l-ly
Watchmaker and Jeweler
No. 18 Commerce Street
SAN ANTONIO - - TKXAS.
J. C. BREEDING & SON
i!7a Couaua.rce Street.
10 Over L. Itouvant's Jewebry Store
Wm. CAMERON & CO.
LUMBER SHINGLES SASH
It & M F.oorlna; 4
ftrrtM . . . .... '
frpn si Olllnir i Bidlna-. . ' )
N-ocltyrildln...... " (.tin
Mnalrs lna's(i.K ... " n '
" hxcrlslor ' a 'in
jvo. i aw
" II. fine t 61
Honrs and Katb as pr .Mbll.lirl list i-ls-tf
CA mil AG 15 HOUSE
. n n:
John 11. Itii11mii.it h'l nnnrtrvl a klmti at
lUiHtnroth'a buldlntr. No. 21ft Market fttiett
I I prfpnted to do all claawti of wnrir.
artt a moderate fatlifactlon ituaranterd.
J. KI. Fs'OEIP-DlHlDi
Itomns IS anil Nn. I a SOIctlml St.
l Antonio. Toxai Kxamlnatlon of titles
Hand lltliration a specialty. l.no-ly
And Dcattrs in Exchange.
BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
MAIN l'LAZA HAN ANTONIO.
J. I). SrKNCKIt
llcst of ever) llilnjr In tlio market served In
drst-class style. Trices moderate. 0-7-lx
Mln Vint a ISanAntenlo.Teiaa
li ono of tho neatest plcuaantcst quietest and
most cletfant Saloons lu Toxas and keeps tho
very beet of Manors Wlnea etc. All Kentle-
men atblrst will do well to vlilt and tako their
friends to see
No. X 17 Coin m c rce st roe t
JOHN H. GOPELAND
Attorney ana Cirasellor-at-Lai.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
onice: No 20 Weft Toinmerco street up
fctalrs. 1'ractlccsln alt tho courts.
8. 60 51 62 63 AND 61.
BUbles Corner of Amnio B sn l Houston
street. Connected by telephone. All ordora
promptly attended to day and night Tele-
phono connection N. onoj.
ARE YOU AFFLICTED?:
A Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat With
a few References of Remarkable Cures By Dr.
N. S. Burnham.
Pan Antonio lunir (.It llm need ot a saillrul specialist In treating disease of tbe Kja Bar Md
TbroaU Tlio Inhabitants of all this linmenso Btato wbon rtiqulrluf the service of such skill
werecompellMtotnali.lonirJournrrstodlstaotelUeaata'reateipenso such as Kansas Cltr
St. Uiuls and Chlcaao and still further East In order to obtain relief for diseases affllctlne
theso orrana and parts.
Many of the cltlxens of this PLalalwbo went to Kansas Cltfifortbe benefit of an oculists
skill mado tho acquaintance ot lb Oculist Aurtst and Larjnslst.
TDt. 3ST. S. Burnham
who had chars. f Iho Kansas Cltr Mo. Ere Kar and Throat Inflrmarr. They ana and alt
unllc.llnurKlnirhlintaeorootothlai.olnt In T.iaa Finally failing health caui.d by th.
coMellmate ooni'llclachaaaeandao8an AntoDlOfalnciaspeclallit who ww known by
soia. of htir own citliotis ami many In tho Bute to possess tha requisite skill In all of It
dellcaloand tariiHl oirallona and treatment and stocolocatlDs: her. th. greatest success has
crownM hlatttottaand he haa won theendurins'rralltudoof hundreds whom hfl has treated
from all iarts of tboPUto. A few of them are siren below as reference.
A low remarks In regard to this dlseaso tnay
N parly all liae tho trouble ot some time In the acutcCfunn and call It ft cold. Sometime they
are aware they hardly ire t oter one cold until they haroanotber Tho cold or more properly
spoaklntr the catarrh theu become sub-acute lly neglect this runs Into chronlo form
Bomctlmos It Is located la the uoai sometime tho throat or both. Sooner or later It affect
tho Lars causlntf frequent rlnglinr or roar In- In tbo cars or other noises. Sometime violent
I n tU in alio u causta excruelatluK pain and tbo acutenoss ot hcarlnc 1 lcasened la ft
u renter or less deirf it. Very often too. It extends up through little duct from the nose to
one or tho other and ovwti botbeyes cauilna soveral different form of dUeascs of the eye.
Nearly 1 1 an. familiar with catarrh In tho form of bronchitis.
Catarrh In alllt forma and nearly all Its sUire can bo cured. Hut people ncflect It and so
do physicians. Tbey neither prepare tbemaelves with tho Instruments or knowledge sufflclont
urnecraaary to treat this trouhleeomo dlseaso as ft rule and thu people themselves do not
apprehend the damrer tbey aroln when they oouault a physician and ho tolls them "OtlU
tiothlnir but a cold" aad yet that au-called cold In ft vast number of case 1 the first start of
duafnosrbllndneaaIoasofsinell loa of voice of lArrngltls Ilronchltl and Consumption.
Any or several of thwo may follow and be caused by ft neglected cold llolow are ft few name
which I have permission to use who havo been treated by mo with benellt for Catarrh In some
of Its forms since I bavo bcou located hero i
J.F. UoblnsomCatarrb In throat San Antonio. T U. Johnson Catarrh In throat. Manager
fan Antonio Ijuiit; Kuhn Catarrh of the head Denver Colorado Miss Mary Fraser
UiUrrhot tho throat and ear Nova Scotia; Frank Newton CaUrrb of tbo throat and eyes
San Antonio t Ml l..Louudibury CaUrrb of tbo throat and bead San Antonio.
Hcores moro might be added to I Mr Hat that 1 havo cured slnoo located In this city but I will
only mention one mora as a remarkable Instance of bow much good oan bo done that etas of
Incurable so-called Consumptive. O. W. Tye of Loon Spring had Catarrh for somo year
lu tho head and turtMit finally the luog became affected and he had several beemorrhagc and
hud a cry bad cough became much emaciated and a conQrmed Invalid and was pronounced
by hla phyalclati lu the hut and Incurable stage of consumption. Ho oamo to m for treatment
last winter nearl a year ago. Itooommoncod to gain tlesh and went to work In the spring
aud I saw no moro of hi in until a few days ago when he came In bragging how well be wa
and wcUtud thirty po-iui's mora than bo over did.
A few words now In regard to tho ear may not bo uninteresting to some especially those
whoarosutTcrcrsfromvailod and numerous form of disease. Very few people neod urging
to consult an Aurlst when they havoadlschargoof matter from It espoclally If accompanied
by a foul smell yet somo will and that too strange a It may sound In this day of enltght
ment by advice of physicians but surely It I never done by one who understand disease of
It Is a lamentable fact that somo of tho older physicians (without any special knowledge cn
lb I point) havo a prejudice against the stoppage ol purulent discharge from the ear but this
1 based upon tho crroueout teachings of old French writers Du Verney and ltard D. 11. St.
John Itoosa M.DLUD. I'rurcssorot Diseases of Eye and Ear lu tbe University of New
Vork City; Surgeon of Manhattan Kyeaud lUr Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of llrookJyn Eye
and Kr Hospital etc. and who Is considered tbe very best authority on tho sbbjoct sayi In his
last work i "Tbero Is no pathological experience on record which can sustain tho assertion
that It 1 dangerous to stop a discharge from tho oar. Let anyone acquainted with anatomy
consider this fact that there la perhaps no part of tbe human body which has mora Important
anatomical relations. Tho cavity ot the tympanautn Is covered over bra thin bony plate
which Is In dlroct cutnumnhatltm with the cerebral meninges; the floor Is close to the great
Juglar Usluternal wall Is tho labyrinth wall covered only by very thin membrane and open
Ing into tho brancbciot tho aooustlo nerve while on tho outside wo bavo a thin membrane
about as thick a paper. 1 1 Is easy to soo that a continuous destruction of those parts by eup-
puratluu uuleiM cured. In tbls part would sooner or later (which it always does) lead to erlou
troubles In tho brain and sometimes In the lungs or heart. 1 And a large percentago of the
caae having a "running car" have also a cough and when tho ear 1 cured the cough 1 also
cured S)s)tuttd of being worse.
Then ncro Is another class of cases that sometime consult tho doctor they complain of
ringing or rourlugor other noise In the ear. lie tells them tbey have cold and a doso ef
quinine erliap is glv en thl may be rulioved for a time but sooner or later returns but tbe
sufferer had his tears allayed by recovering partially from the first attack and so doe not feel
auy anxiety this tlmu and tries the old remuay again It falls and no does everitblng else tbey
try uud their frlenda don't sympathise as t&ere is no extern! evidence ot the s altering caused
by thl condition but this atleat causes them to hunt fipan Aurlst who exsmines the ear
and he finds tho car perhaps so far gono that It la Impossible to restore lu full bearing powers
and ho must have great skill Indeod to stop the courae of tbo disease and keen tbe hearing
from being lost euttrvly so far do theso case run before tbe people consult competent skill.
If iwoplo would go to the Aurlst every time anything was tbe matter with their ear and
not wait to consult pbyslclaus and others they would suffer far less and preserve their bearing
much better as noary ail tho diseases of this organ are curable esp ocJally In tho first stages.
Space will only allow a tew names for reference who have been cured of ear diseases here by
c. Score n
night be added I
vlilon. Vet nothing shows tbo folly of going to tho general physician for treatment of this
firman than the fact that be baa only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently
to xvconnizo from three to a dozen. It Is in this and the carcTul application of properly selected
roraetllea to the and the different affections of the eye that th superiority and the suoocs ot
th Oculist consist.
Nearly all the diseases of tho eye aro curable even In the severe form if clearly understood
and properly treated and uttendud to in tno earlier sUgos before It has had time to destroy or
Injure permanently tbo vision llut those case that show blemishes and defecU ot vision and
blindncs4lrcqucntlyi arc case In wblcb there has been delav In seek log an Oculist and
valuablottm wa wasted by trying some domestic remedies or what Is nearly a bad trylajr
tho ordinary physician.
juo not mean uy my roinaraa auovo vo conaoma or criucwj mo genera praeuuoner ior
expertoucod doctors i
.nMitilo. inufivLT tbe oust and full on use of theso
uud the physician will deal honestly with hi patrons who give them such advloe.
I see In this country many casus ot Strabismus ("crooked eyoi" tbey are generally termsd
which la a defect In upoaranoe uncerUln vlsl'in and weakens It. Nearly every one of these
canes can bo completely cured and some of them without any operation. Children should
never start to school without having tbls romedled.
ISycllds that turn out showing tbe Inilde or tboa that turn In and Irritate tbe eye-ball oan
all Ik perfectly cured. Artificial eye can be fitted and worn without any pain and to look
perfectly natural. 1 have a large slock of thorn always on hand.
Old granulated lids cured sunlr.
A few names aro given below for rorerenoo that have been cured by me here. Many moro
might bo given It necessary but those havo been selected bocauso each ono represonUft
tlvltls; Anton llalaiauda. Sin Antonio Aouto Conjunctivitis; J W Cusey (Daughter) Ban
Antonio iritis: Hie he I Ureslin Han Antonio Choroiditis Serosa; W. A.Carnahan.Saa Antonio
Iridocyclitis; It. J. Vlnoont.Cotiilla Ulcer on Cornea; W. H. llrowa Loesvllle Uranuhir Lid
and Kerato-lrith; W.J. Ilogge UigloPaw Cataract; Oeorgo Locwburg (Daughter) Castro
vllle strabUatns: MaceSoreli llelmont Hatroplum aadTrlchluU; Robert drier. Fan Maria
Pterygium und Leukoma: H C. UurrU lUnuh'j. Chronlo Conjunctivitis and Keratitis: A. C
Decker btockdale i'raamalia Ulcer and Uypoplon; W. J Terrlborry Saltllto Mexico
Included lu tbo reference given Is the name of W. JHoggofrom Ragle Pass. He had been
blind for years and tho operation was so aucoessf ul and gave him such gool vision that a phy-
sician who had practiced la New York City tor years said when ho saw it a few day ago tha
It was better ttian any bo ha 1 ever saw belore. ThU patient was ijul to me by tbe courtesy of
Dr. II. A. IC'wrppeii of Fiodraa Neural Mexico who was alao klud onough to assist lu tbe
operation uud to whois valuable aid a part ot the suoocs Is duo.
For further Information addreu
N. S. Burnham M. D.
Oculist Aurist and Laryngist.
Corner nf Houston and St. Mam' streets.
O. 3T. FROMMER
Ubractical IfBoofc Binber & IRuler
Opp. Court House Solcdatl St. San Antonio.
ED. STEVES & SONS.
Doors Sash Blinds Shingles Etc.
Yards at 1. 4 0. N. Ilallroad Depot and at
o; II 4 r). A lutlroad Track on Alamada BU
not bo oulof place here as It is to
nearly 300 In number clearly defined and reoog
treatmont in ortlnr to cnirH thfm and rfutiira r(Kxl
urirana. who aeek the SDuelallst the earliest:
Retail Dealers in
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