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lie San Antonio Light.
tutrroatlonal and Ureal Northern
12: 15 p. in.
Western Ex tension
IlnrilsburK nnd San 'Antonio,
tiA a. m. '
l:4fi p. ra. ,
Ilaiiifm (Express)
IViMwurd To and
t.m KI Paso)....
1N10HTB PYTHIAS. Elk Lodge No. 35,
1 treotseveryThitrsdoyatl:.'!!) p. m. Castlo
P Tirouiuu s iniii. v wuna ureiorcn woicomo
fink aonns.
low rmcKB
V. Lorra,
Coramerco St., Near llridgc.
lias received I ho largest mock nf English,
French and Oerraan goods ever brcAighttothls
citv. All styles and colors. Only first-class
tatloni employed. Suits made up In the latest
style, at the lowert ims lble prices, and a per
feet lit guaranteed.
Main Vlasa, Sau Antonio, Tola,
Fowler. Berliner & Co. Proirictors.
French Modistes,
14 Navarro Street, Sun Antonio.
Latest Paris Cushions always on hand. All
orders promptly attended to.
J. c.
373 Commerce Street,
ISy Over L. Kouvunt's Jewelry Store.
a. w. dill ah v.
No. 12 Solcdrul Street.
Itoom 5, San Antonio, Toms. Will practlco In
all th,p courts ot Toxas. 1HHI
Dealers In
Fine Groceries and Cigars
Give them a call, you will never regret It.
Everything fresh and now. Itcuiomber the
place, No. 6 West Houston Street.
Is winning a Justly-dosorvcd reputation ot
being ouo of tho best, quietest and most elo
gant bars In the city. Tho Liquors aud Wlnos
OUVlLi: & SCHMIDT, Proprietors.
City Property For Sale
provcinenta. Fine Irult orchard on ground.
2. 1,018 a anu , diock n, oan veuro avenue.
U. I-ot 0, block 7, Ban Pedro avenue.
4. Two lots on (lardcn street, running
through to Fresa stroot.
5. Lot on South Prcsa street running to Gar
dun street, with Improvements.
6. Lots No. 13 and 13, block 48, corner Live
Oak and Dawson streets, with Improvements.
7. Two lots with Improvements, on Sixth
street, betwoen Avenues I) and 1$.
a. Five lots, corner Austin and Grayson
streets. Immediately out turn ot stroot
V. Fllty-two acres, with Improvements. Im
mediately below Mission Conucpclon,3UD yards
river front.
10. Lots with Improvements on Garza street,
near San l'odro springs. Ilouso two story;
beautifully located.
Pedro cieek, at crossing of International and'
12. Ilouso and lot corner North Concho and
Hidalgo stroets, on Franklin tquaro.
13. Entire block No. S3, and II lots In block
No. it!, on Par Avenue.
it. four tots in diock no. s, above upper
IS. Ton In
in. Fifteen lots on Orond avenue, noarLone
Star brewery, running back to river.
17. Throe and cno halt lota in Post homo
tead, oornor Commerce, ltusk and North
t reels.
19. 123 lots in lot No. 72. near Prospoct hill
street railway, ut prlcos ranging from SlOuto
1IE5 a lot, on easy terms, lying west of Interna
tional depot, and cast of AUzan crock.
It). Five acres running from Camden street
to upper Labor ditch. ,
50. Throo lota on Klmlra street, cornor Tren
ton avenuo.
21. Soven lots on Jackson street.
51. Sixty-Aye and one half acres undor feneo,
with Improvement", known us "raco and fair
Ul. Bovonty-ilvo lots on cast side of Austin
stroot, abovo Sunset round bouse.
24. Twenty llvo lota on Burleson, Lamar,
Hays and llurnclt street.
S. Twenty-one acres on South Flores street,
running baok to river.
ttt. All property belonging to Messrs. Adams
as Wlokes. comprising building lots near Inter
national, Sunset andQoverninent depots, San
Pedro springs and other parts of the city,
which we offer at liberal prices, and on easy
terms; also, all their Irrigable lands in and
about tho aty.
We will examlno titles, wrtto conveyances
attend to the renting ot bouses, negotiate
loans on reasonable terms. Notary publlo at
office. J. II. KllENCH & CO.,
173 Commerce street.
'.The best smoking tobacco la "Little
Joker," "
Of lbs Ivtla Cost Company, Issued by thsMm
'JllO Lvllo Gnnl mlnp. attiintpil , tnllea
south of San Antonio, on the Interna
tional nnu ureat Northern railroad, Is
now fullr onencd. with a cnnncltv to
put out nhy quantity of coal that may
iiouemanucu. 'mo Increasing ucninml
in mis cur secures tho success of the
company beyond pornUvcnttirc- Jjtom
six tons per dar. for tho month of FYli-
tons per day, for the month of March,
nnd with present orders will reach 20
i 1 ' v . lmiu- '"o iiiumu oi April, anu
30 tons for tho month of May. This ns
stircs a dividend on tho capital stook of
abovo IB per cent, whleh will bedcolarcd
...i V . 111 -."Rust next.
The drift or road running down Into
tho mlno Is 7x7 feet, securely timbered,
nnd extends from tho surface to tho bot
tom of tho coal, a dlstanco or 200 yards,
with a fall of four Inches to tho yard.
I'hls drift Is continued through tho conl
In a northern direction for 120 feet, with
entries lending to rooms on either side,
now sulllclcntly opened up for n very
Inree output or conl.
The conl Held, from six to eight feet In
depth, Is covered by CO feet or earth, nnd
extends for miles, In a southwesterly
direction, with n width of over s. mile,
nnd Is, In fact, nbsolujely Inexhaustible.
Iho conl Is now tnken from the mlno by
means of n 10 horse power engine, nnd
tlirOWtl (WOT n Bornnn Inln
MX) yards to tho spur on tho railroad
..up. unu uiiiiiiicu uii mo raiironu enrs
for trnnsportntlon. Tho railroad com-
tianVlinvn tirnmliiul n Kv, ,1.1. ......
to the drift, which will greatly lessen the
cost of loading, nnd dispense with sev
eral outside hands.
Kvervtlllllir nlm !. ...I-- I. I..
splendid working order, nnd tho innn-
(HVltluilv iS UUU1II1CIU.
Tim nnlilln nri ..n..lln1l.. I....I...., i
out nnd Inspect the works.
iiiucnpuui biock oi tno company Is
52o,000, and the stook Is placed upon tho
mnrket nt ?2S per share.
for 10 yearn from January 1, 1S81, at 10
v...o ,uu lujuu), wan preierence 10
them over any other party or a contln
tianco of the lease.
This Is n Han Antonlocntcrprlse. sup
plies nro furnished lrom this city.
1. 8. Harrison, President; John Withers,
.I'uauiui; j.. iriiiic, aeoretnry.
Regulating the Speed ofsieam Locomotives and
K.llroad Cars, also Roqulrlng a Bell to bs Rung
at Street Crossings, and Prohibiting the Leaving
or Cars or Locomotives Standing on Street
lie It ardalncd by tho City Council ot tlioclty
t Han Antonio :
having in ehargoiUam locomotives aud rail
road cars, while running tho samo In tho fol
low big city limits, beginning, vlx: On tho
nOdll nt t lO Kreilerl. k.linru- r.,,.,1 n , i.
southwest at n point where tho I, & II. N. rail-
y ruw ino u. ii. x a. a. railroad (n"ar
Apacho creek), and rn tho cost sloe from tho
old stock yards, south and went with Mexican
oxtenstnnofO.il is. A. It. 11. to crossing rf
I.&G.N. lt.lt to dccrcosD tho speed rf suih
steam locomotives not to exceed six miles per
Sec 2. A bell shall be plscol on each loco
raotlvo engine which shull bo rung within tho
prescribed cltyllinits (In section 1), and shall
bo kcntrfnirlnu iimtl -nM inmmntivn n.,.,,,,.
Is stopped.
iviwi uo uniawnu lor any person
having chargo or control ot any steam loco
motlvo or railroad car, to prevent tho samo
to remain so as to obstruct strcetscrosslbg the
railroad track.
Btc. 4. 'Ihat from and after tho passage of
this ord nanco It shall hn nnwr,,i tr.7
person to blow orcauso to boblowu any steam
whlst'o attached to any steam locomotlvo
within tho prescribed city llmttaln Section 1
of this ordinance; units, to oonvuy signals to
br'akmen, or when obstructions ro on tho
SE0.fi, Any pemon lolatlngany of the pro
visions ot this ordinance chad l lined In any
sum nut less than ten dollars ($10) nor more
than two hundred dollars (liHO) for each and
every offense.
j-asseunnu approved April 14, 1881.
How Robinson was fined and How He Paid His
A man. Whom we Will rail Itnhlnann. anil whn
was lined In (lOllrt. worked itn mnM, nn ,h.i.n.
SlbllltV of n nrmnlnnnt Urlv nf ,lil that
gave him, unknown to herhusbnnd, hcrwatcn
to pawn, ana tno money ne obtained on it was
to pay his fine. Tho watch was pawned, butln
another gentleman's name and also unknown
to lilm. Altera while tho lady became fright
ened, nnd thinking her husband would dis
cover the absence of her watch, demanded tho
pawner to got it out. Ho of courso had no
money, but In somo curious way ho worked
ccedod In oxtortlng some Jewelry, and tbo
muneyiio got on selling it was to get tho watch
out. Tho Jewelry, however, was not sold
and tbo watch and tho man did not put In an
wii.uk, vnpuiiu ioin iiugnca now
got to work, and knowing the gentle-
was mado out he Interviewed him, and finding
bo had whlln nnrlnr thn Intliw.nna r n.....
f lven permission to Hobloson to use his name,
lugbes took him to tbo husband, to whoso
tars tbo affair had eorno, when he was entirely
exonerated from nil blame. Since then the
jtulvu un. ueeo got put ana me jewelry re-
.uiuvu. .vueuuum aurise inarrieu mules 10
bavo no feeling forsueli men as ltoblnson and
out Urst consulting their huibands. Hucli men
tnake"lhclr b(d, and let thorn He upon them."
The Trulh.
Wo all know that success In business requires
energy and capacity for whatever business
wo may engage In, aud all purchases should
be calculated to suit tho wants of euchn d
ovcryono nnd when a merchant possesses
thc60 traits, backed by liberality In trade, his
efforts ore, generally crowned with sucor-s.
We beg to Inform tho citizens ot San Anton'o
and tho surrnund'ng country Ihat Mr. I.
Wolfson, on Main plaza, h Just such a man, and
has Just received one of tho finest stocks ot
men and boy's clothina- over brouaht to this
market, all m the latest stvlea nrul minn n, i
qualities and prices, so thit anyone can bn
suited. Ho alto has a flno slock of boot and
shoes, whleh everyone should examlno beforo
buylog elsewhere. Now let us take a look at
the gent's furnishing goods. This department,
like all tbo others, shows Judicious purchases,
and .tho stock can't fall la nlcaso tho most
fasti ious. Mr. Wolfson also keeps n large as
sortment of oasstnierct, of all pattern, colors
and qualities. Wo desire to call tbo attention
preveryonetotho fact that this entire stock
has been purchased from tint-class houses and
by oue who knows what this market ncens;
but bo can't afford to sell below cost, but sells
only for a small prollt. All who Intend making
purchases Just go at oceo and see L . Wolfson,
on Main plaza. ltKit
At San Pedro Springs
The military band will furnish excollent muslo
every Sunday afternoon. Choice lull muslo
uuuy irom i:au to iu-m p. m. 4-13-lw,
Street Car Notice.
Until further notice, cars will ruu on tho
Alameda street line from corner Avenue Cand
Houston street to the Sunset railroad crossing
St. Leonard Hotel, San Antanlo, Texas.
This hotel has latoly been opened on tho
Luropean plan, and promises to be very popu
lar. All of tbe appointments are Urst class and
wi"iu x-umoaa i. iiounsuery, is a new
ork man, and knows how a hotel ought to be
tterlenco thnfcthrtivi nnnn Anlnvlnv Ha nnmtntm
wiUboiuretomuroaffata. Stock men will
The United State Military Ham) will play
every Sunday afternoon. Choice muslo dally
from SM to ItoO p. m. I'artlesi largo or small,
supplied with
Refreshments, Wines, Music and Floor
at any time on short notice, tlxcellent stabling
and good caro for horses guaranteed by
ay. iszizmxszi,
lessen nnd Manager.
French and English
Milliners and Costumers,
Perfect nt guaranteed. Mournlngsand Man
telsnaiwelalty. All orders promptly attended
to. A trial solicited. 405 Fjist Houston street.
Rubber Stamps,
Metal checks, door plates, houso numbers, eto.
No. 8 Navsrro strcot, adjoining GrncVbsnk,
San 'Antonio. lSI-tf
Henry E. Vernor,
2u" We-t llouflou street, 201 Poledod street, on
corner, unsinlrs. nvims Nns.3and4. Pracilces
In all thdSlatoand Federal courts. 3-ll-ly
Vancn House Bar.
Children cry for It I Lndlcsslgh for It 1
Gents come for it I For what?
and Kentucky whiskeys In tho wnrl.l. on nnd
mo oiu rcuauio VVIT.
German-English School.
Thonewsi lmlMtln inrnf llinahinnlnillln.
tlon will begin nn Mnn.l'y. thoSlst Inst.
Children that hnvn had nn schooling can bo
admitted only at tho beginning of tho year,
Applications rornmmtrnnro will iw received
V Iho Director. Mr William ll.rlieek. ll
Water street, bv tho No rel.iry, Mr, ,1 II.
Schaefor, 23 Accqula Hm-t, or bv ten undcr
slrned. I'. (lltl)0. President.
san Antoaio, April Hi, last
QEO. W. POI.K. 0. N1. (lUANflEU.
Wo have a flno assortment of
Phaetons, Buggies,
Carriat?la fintl flnnrtlnrr AVnrrnni. thn l.rf nnd
chcain'Bt over brouirht to t his city. This work
uimiuiu uruor, waicn no iruaranieo. uau
Bt'O us.
10 Solcdad Street, San Antonio, Texas.
And Dealer in Watches,
Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, Clocks,
No. 11, Commerce Street,
Silver and Plated Ware,
WfttcbcsnntUewelrv repaired. Charo-ea
reasonable. Wo take plcasuro In show
ing our goods, nnd purchasers are Invited
to call. Satisfaction warranted. 12-1-ly
Alex. Sartor,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
No. 18 Commerce Street,!
No, 90 Comment) Street, Ban An
tonio. Dealers In
Builds' Hartlware, Iron, Steel,
NalU, Hon Shoe Woott Work,
And Tool of Every DeacrlpUo
Table aijd Pocket Cutlery.
Dcoro In
eld- Tpi
farm machinery.
Attorneys at Lawf
Itoom O Devlne llulltlltiff.
No. 21 Solcdad Strcot, Sun Antonio, Tcxat.
Host Instruments. Ilcstwork. Itcnson-
nlilo rates. Iin Knst Houston street.
ICooiiih - anil it, So. 1 U S01i;liil St.
Ban Antonio, Texas. Illumination of titles
and land litigation a specialty. 1 no-lr
E. STltASSlVuitGklt,
245 Market St., San Antonio.
The Improvcl Whlto has mora valuable
Improvements than an; other sewing
machine It Is slmplo and perfect
In all Its parta. Belt setting
nrcdlo.sclt threading shuttle.
Runs Light -Sews Fast,
And Is almost noisiest; winds every bobbin a
smooth us a spool of silk. Warrantod for five
years. Call ant) examlno beforo buying else
where,, No. Avenuo K, opposlto publlo
school house. 1-1-lml
Clias. U. Mayilold, .
272 Commerce St.. San Antonio.
JAS. T. CLARKE, Proprietor.
Iloerno, as a health resort. Is unoquallod la
this Htato or country, especially for pulmonary
and kindred complaints. The abovo hotel
bos been thoroughly ronovatcd, and per
sons favoring It with tholr patronago
will find everything as eonduclvo to their com
fort as can bo found in Western Texas. Large
and spacious rooms, with southerly oxposure,
well furnished, carpeted and woll ventilated.
ui'vuuiK on vornnuas uju loot long cacn. ins
110EUNI! IJOTKL Is directly opposlto tho stage
OlflOO and wlfhtn tnrnfvtlnitfna'wfllknrthn nnflt
and telegraph offlces. Mall and first-class stago
dally. Htages will call for and deliver passen
gers and baggago at this hotel. Kvcry atten-
iiuu puui to guesra ana tno travoung puuue.
First clasa accommodations for commercial
travelers. IIK-lv
Attorney anil Gounsellor-at-Law.
And General CjmmUilon Dealer
Son Antonio. Texas.
American House
HoernCjTcx., A.W. ltarr,Frop
Persons wlahtntr to upend tbo fall and winter
In tho country will And at this houso as many
homo comfort as can be found anywhero.
Well ventilated rooms, best of beda and more
verantlali promunodc than any other houso In
tho Htato. l'uro voli and cistern water. As a
health retort lUprnn him tin enimlln Toxas.
especially for pulmonary complaints. Our
facilities arc eood llrst-class nUuro coaches.
aaiiy mans nna telcirrapn. a-u-ii
Btables Oornor ot Avenue E and Houston
street. Connected by telephone. A., orders
promptly attended to, day or night. Telophone
ognnssnoB o. 99 ,
WuiteSttll Alieau
A Brief Description of the Diseases of the Eye. Ear and Throat, With
a jciv References of Remarkable Cures, By Dr.
N. S, Butnham.
Ban Antonlolong felt tho need ot a skillful specialist In treating dlscascof thel Eye, Ear and
Throat. Tho Inhabltantsof all this Iramcnso BUtc, whon requiring tho services of suoh skill
wero compelled to make long Journeys to distant cltlca at great expense, such as Kansas City,
Bt. Louis and Chicago, and still further East, In order to obtain relief for diseases atBloUng
theso organs and parts,
Many of tbo cltlxens ot this Statu who went to Kansas City (for tho benont of an oculists
skill, mado the acquaintance of the Oculist, Aurlst and Larynglst.
TDr. 3ST. S. B-u.rntLO.ixi,
who had chargo nt tho Kansas Clty.'.Mo., Eye, Ear and Throat llndrmsry. They, one and all
united In urging him to como to this point In Toxas. finally falling health, caused by th.
cold climate, compelled a change and so San Antonlogalned a specialist who was known by
somo of her own citizens, and many In tho Blato, to possess tho requisite skill In all of It
dellcatcnd varied operations and treatment, and since locating here tho greatest success has
crowned his efforts snd ho has won tho enduring gratitude of hundreds whom he has treated
from all parts of Iho State. A few of them aro given below as reference.
A lew remarks In regard to thlsdlseasomay not booutof place here, as It Is so common
Nearly all havo tho trouble, at some time In the acuteCform and call It a cold. Bometlmss they
are awaro they hanlly get over ono cold until they havcanother. Tbe cold, or more properly
speaking, tho catarrh, then becomo sub-acute, lly neglect ibis runs Into a chronlo form.
Bomctlmnsltlslocntellnthonoso;somcttmestholhront,orboth, Sooner or later, It affects
tho tars, causing frequent ringing or roaring In Iho ear, or other noises. Sometimes violent
Inllitmatlon, causing oxcruclatlng p.iln, and tho acutcness ot hearing Is lessened In a
greater or less drgrtc Very often, too. It extends up through a little duct from lbs nose to
onaortho other and oven both eyes, causing soveml different form of diseases of the eye.
Nearly all aro familiar with entarrh In tho form of bronchitis.
Catarrh In all Its forms and noarly all Its stacs can be ourod. Hut peoplo neglect It, and so
do I'hjslclans. They neither prepare themselves with tho Instruments or knowledge sufficient
or necessary to treat this trnublesomo disease, as a rule, and thus people themselves do not
apprehend tho danger they aro In when they consult a phislclan and be tell Ibom, "01 Its
nothing but a cold," and yet that so-called cold In a vast number of coses Is the first start ot
deafness, blindness, loss of smell loss of voloi, of laryngitis, llronchltls aod Consumption,
Any or several of theso may follow and be causod by a neglected cold. Below area few names
which I havo pormlsslonHo use, who havo bocn treated by mo with benefit for Catarrh In some
of Its forms since 1 bnvtbcen loentcd hero 1
J. K. ltoblnson, Catarrh in throat, Ban Antonio; T. II. Johnson, Catarrh In throat. Manager
San Antonio I.inilT; F. Kuhn, Catarrh of tho head, Denver, Colorado) Miss Mary Fraser.
Catarrh of tho throat and cars. Nova Scotia; Frank Newton, Catarrh ot tho throat and eyes,
San Antonio: Miss K.Ix)undsbury, Catarrh of tho throat and head, Ban Antonio.
Scores moro might bo added to this list that I bavo cured slnco locates! In this city, but I will
only mention ono more as a remarkable Instance ot how much good can be done that class of
Incurable, so-oallod, Consumptives. O, W. Tyc, of I,eon Springs, had Catarrh for some years
In tho head and throat, finally tbo lungs became affected and bo had soveral haemorrhages and
had a very bad cough, bcciirno much emaciated and a conllrmcd Invalid, and was pronounced
by his physician In tho last and Ineurablo stago ot consumption. Ho camo to mo for treatment
lost wlntor, nearly a year ago. Hooommoncod to gain tlesh and went to work In tho spring,
and I saw no moro of blm until a few days ago, when ho camo In bragging how well ho wa
and weighed thirty pounds moro than ho over did.
A few words now In regard to the ear may
who aro sufferers from varied and numerous forms of dlsoaso. Very few people need urging
to consult an Aurlst when they havo a dlschargo of matter from It, especially If accompanied
by a foul smell, yet somo will, and that too, strango as It may sound In this dsy of onllght
ment, by advlco of physicians, but surely It Is novcr dono by one who understands diseases of
this organ.
It Is a lamontablo tact that somo ot tho older
this point) havo a prcjudlco against tho stoppago ol purulent discharges from the ear, but thl
Is based upon tho erroneous teachings of old French writers, Du Vorney and Hard. D. B. fit-
John lloosa, M. I)., LL. I)., Professor of Diseases
York City; Surgeon of Manhattan Eyo and Ear Hospital; Consulting Surgeon of Brooklyn Eye
and Ear Hospital, etc., and who Is considered tho very best authority on tbe subject, says In his
last work: "Thero Is no pathological experience on record which can sustain tho assertion
that It is dangorous to stop a dlschargo from the oar." Let anyono acquainted with anatomy,
consider this fact that thero Is, perhaps, nopart of tha human body which has more Important
anatomical relations. Tho cavity ot tho tympanaum Is covered over by a thin bony plate.
which Is in direct communication with tho cerebral meninges; tho iloor Is closo to tho great
Juglar, Its Internal wall Is tho labyrinth wall, covered only by very thin membrane, and open
ing Into tho branches of tho acoustic norvo, whllo on tho outside wo havo a thin membrane
about as thick as paper. It Is easy to sea that a continuous destruction ot those 'parts by sup
puration, unless cured. In this part would soonoror later, (which it always docs), lead to serious
troubles In tho brain, and semetlmes In tho lungs or heart. I And a large percentage of the
cases having a "running car" have also a cough,
cured, lastcad ot being worse.
Then Aero is anothor cla ss of cases that
rloglng or roaring or other noises in tho car.
quinine perhaps is given, this may be rolleved for a tlmo, but sooner or later returns, but the
sufferer had his f curs allay ol by recovering partially from tho first attack, and so does not feel
any anxiety this tlmo and tries the old romody again, It falls and so does everything else tbey
try, and their friends don't sympathlzo as there Is no external ovldcnco ot the suffering caused
by this condition, but this, at least, causes them to hunt up an Aurlst, who examines the ear
and bo finds tho car, perhaps, so far gono that It Is lmposslbl, to restore Its full hearing powers
and ho must bavo great skill Indeed to stop tha course of the disease and koeo tho hearing
from being lost entirely, so far do these cases run beforo tho po oplo consult competent skill.
If peoplo would go to tho Aurlst ovory tlmo
not wait to consult physicians and others, thoy would suffer far less and preserve their hearing;
much better, as neary all tho dlaoasos of this organ aro curablo, esp eclally In the first stages.
Space will only allow a few names for reference who bavo boon cured or ear diseases here by
me. Scores moro might bo addod t
A. A. Droseher, San Antonio: W. Deitart, Iloerno; James Davis, San Antonio; George, son of
W. C. Dsugbcrty, Sheriff Frio County, I'carsall,
J. II. Murphy San Antonio; K. T. Allen, I'carsall, Texas; J. 11. Jones, San Antonio; Major T. T
Tool, San Antonio; J. C. Dlormeyor, 8an Aatonlo.
Tho diseases ol the cyu are very numerous
nlzod by tho ooullst, nil requiring different
vision. Yet nothing shows tbo folly of going
organ, than tbo fact that bo has only sufficiently studied this complicated organ sufficiently
to recognize from three to a dozen. 1 1 is In this, and tho carorul application or properly selected
remedies to tho and tho dlff orent affoctlons of tho eye, that the superiority and tho success of
tho Oculist consist.
Nearly all tho dlicaies of thoeyoarocurablcevenln the sovcro forms If clearly understood
and properly treated and attended to In tno earlier stages beforo It bas bad time to destroy or
Injuro permanently tho vision. Hut those cases that show blemishes and defects of vision' and
blindness so frequently, aro cases In which there has bocn delav In seeking an Oculist, and
valuablo tlmo was wasted by trying some domostlo remedies, or what Is noarly as bad, trylag
tbe ordinary physician.
1 do not mean by my remarks abovo to condemn or crltlclso the general practitioner for
treating Catarrh or dlacaaca of tho Eva or Ear that occur In his practlco. It Is hl duty to give
relief to all who are suffering lnanvandeverv way possible, and no doubt all do the best they
can. Hut tticy will all honestly confer that tuov have not tho means. In tho shspoof selected
remedies, Instruments, nor tha tlmo to acquire tbe skill and practice to do Justice to these
What I do want everybody to understand is that there aro a class of specially Instructed and
experienced doctors, men who have devoted money, time and study to those particular part
of tho human body, in order to acquire tho greatest amount of skill In treating tta affections
and diseases; and peoplo who aro suffering with any disease In theeo organs will, as far as
possible, iccovcr thn best and f ulloat use of these organs, who seek tho specialist tho- earliest:
and tho physician will deal honeatly with bis patrons who gives them such advice.
I sco In this country many cases of Strabismus, ("crooked eyes" thoy are generally termed),
which Is a defect In appearance, uncertain vision and weakens It. Nearly evorr one ot these
cases can bo completely cured, and some of them without any operation. Children should
nover start to school without having this remedied.
Eyelids that turn out showing tbo inside, or those that turn In and Irritate the eyo-balL can
all be perfectly cured. Artificial eyes can bo fitted and worn without any pain and to look
perfectly natural. I have a largo stock of thorn always on hand.
Did granulated lids cured surely.
A few namos aro given below for reference that havo boon cured by mo hero. Many, more
might bo glvon If necessary, but theso havo been selected because each one represents a
different and yet most common form of discaso of tho eye :
D. II. Drooling, San Antonio, lllopharitls CI liar Is; Major T. T. Toe!, Ban Antonio, Pterygium:
II. C. iladstate, San Antonio, (Iranular Uds and Keratitis; Frank Nowton, 3 an Antonio,
Strlcturo Lachrymal Ducts; L. II. Lambert, (Daughter), Bon An onlo, Illennorrhcealo Uonjuno
tlvllls; Anton llalamuda. Ban Antonio. Acuta Conjunctivitis; J. V. Cosoy, (Daughter), Baa
Docker, Btockdale, Tronmatto Ulcer and
Included In tho reference given Is tho name
siclan, who hod practiced In New Vera City fur
It was better than any ho had over saw before.
ur, u. a. nrjurpueu, oi i ieuroa eicnus wuxiuu, woo was also Kino, enougn to assist la the
operation, and to wboss valuablo aid a part of the success Is due, .
For further Information address
Corner of Houston and St. Marys
not bo unlntercstlngtosomo, cspeolally those
physicians (without any special knowlodge on
of Eyo and Ear In the University ot New
and when tho ear Is cured tho oo ugh Is also
somotlmes consult tho doctor, thoy complain of
Uo tolls thorn they have cold and a doso ef
anything was tho matter with their ears, and
Texas; W. W. Ucrry, Esq., Ban Antonio, Texas;
nearly "MO In number, clearly defined, and reoog-
treatment In order to cure them and restore good
to the goncral physician for treatment of this
Hypoplon; W. J. Terrlberry. SaltUlo, Mexico.
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of W. J, Hogge, from Eagle Pass. He had been
ynar, aid whon ho saw it a tew days ago that
This patient was sent to mo br the oouruuv of
Oculist, Auf ist and larvnoistf
streets 1 t ,f.

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