The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 2, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 4, 1883 Page: 3 of 4
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San Antonio Light.
HAIMtOAI) TIMK TAU1.K.
International Hint Orcat Northern
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Express Tf'S. '"'
Ex press 1:W P'm'
Wwtiirn r.xlrimlon 1 n:l) luJ!!.
GnlvoHtim lliirrlnburg. Mid Han Antonio.
il.OO p. til
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Westward (To nnd
from Kl 1'iim) .
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N1CIHT3-i'VTlil'AS. I'X. -?uo No. SI
mectsovervThiirwlnyntT::)" p. m. Cnstli
In Fireman's Hall. VMllnir brollirou wolcomo
GERALD OKIHFIN Attorney ana i.ouneior ai
Law Ollic No n french building S. V. Cor-
n Main plain Will attend promptly to ail legal
busineM entruMed to ray care i ina siaie anu n
OW IBTHIJTIMR-NIno thimmnd acres of
irraiil In iii 1 for mi 10 very i'iii-iii v""hvir
S.Tuxus. Apply to A. U. VALIIBA rjo
Hit. UAHCLAY. prlvnto olllco corner Avcnuo
U Kiuul Houston street pan iiiiuim..
1'rlvntn diseases tilllokly
roincillcn for clironlo ill? cue..
TO BUILDERS !
Tho flrm of Martin & Scliryvcr of San An
tonlo Texas ono of tho largest lumber dealers
In tbo State liavo recently opened u juid In
Euglo I'iiw tlie present terminus of tho Mexi-
can I'nclllo rallroail extrninn and lmvo now
..n dm irmimilK. mill uru ilullv receiving tlio
laiKCht assortment of lumber in West 'loxus
direct from tbo mills In Louisiana hast Texas
nnd Chicago consisting of rotlirli mid drcsw d
boxlnir. Iloorlnir colling fencing laths pal-
llncf. idilngles doors wish blinds mouldings
ml.vd pnlnts eto. etc. In Tact everything In
tho builder's line to which the attention of
buU'Ti'rs nnd tlio pillillo wrospotsuuny mm
un tno grounu win iu iiiuuu mu
3.io-3m n E. M.OFF1TT.
MAMIlltlNO HOWAItl).(trottcr) wo No. 47
It. J. Trency'8 cntnlnguo lAjxIuglon Kv. Jil-
ls n blooded bay 10 hands IiIkIi weighs 1200
0KNI(jHT.rOKC'8'i' LOUIS (thoroughbred)
alri-d bv Olcndnwer dam by Hisllim seq Iliuco 8
American Stud Hook volume H piuro no
lguiiarK cucsiniiiBoi ii-i. P."-.1 " r. i . u
umif (Ifrntiiekv Jack). 15 hands high welxhs
S?rvVe!:"i'l5 COVOf r JCmt'Ui?ndl?nK''
ii.nr.nml.hml eattlo. Ited Hulls
Klinrt-liorii thoroughbred cattle lied nuns
Ky. 8t'rvlees. $10
onty-olifhth London Uuko Ixixlngton
nring season February l. Tcrinscash. 8or-
wu'i KKW'o Lffi l
season freo of charge. Stock delivered nt Al-
frcd Heaves' Main l'lazu. will bo taken nnd
brought back without cost. . i
Houston Property l'or Sale.
A good cottage honso und lot on McKlnnoj; 1
street near MNsM. II. Hrown's young ladles'
Bchool. 1'rlcoSIBOil: title perfect. AddreraT.
11 Johnson in-KNisn LimiT uUlce. J if i
Tho Heard & Hro. safes havo a record of 37 .
Cause of falliir.
Wnnt of confidenco neeouiits for half of tho
business failures of to-day. O. Sehusse A.
Drelss nnd L. I Irynskl druggists nro not llublo
to fail fur tho want of uonlldunco In I)r. Hosan-
ko's Cough nuil l.ung syrup lor iney givo
o.....- n i.ni.l.. fi.. to all wlioarosiilfcrlng with
Coughs Colds. Astlunu Omsuiiiptlon und nil
affections of tho Tin oat und Lungs.
The Olobo's Free Concerts.
Tho ovonlng concerts nt tho Uloho saloon
405 West uommureo sireei nro uiiruein.g in-
tention. Tho portormunit's cinbraco works
from tho first muster. Vocal muslo within
keeping of this. Visitors to tho city solicited
to glvotho Olobott call. Flno rcfrehliments
eatables anil u frugmnt smoko with pollto aU
tcudniieo nlways to bo had.
2-14-4)m W. I). WmnilT Proprietor
New Store 1 New Store I
This store tins been opened by Messrs. Her-
nandez & Villnreal on tho corner of Dolorosa
nnd Knst streets. Thoy hnvo now on hnnd n new
stock of stnplo und funcy groceries dry goods
and notions und defy conipetltloiiincheupness
nnd nnollty. ...
Tho ronowncd puro Mexican chocolnto from
Montcrov lino collco from Maracaybo and all
other delicacies In tho grocery lino.
Comol Comu I Seeing is bellovlng.
Spoclal for Editors.
Tho Ban Antonio Nows Agenoy (Press Asso-
ciation) nro prepared to furnish dally telo-
graphlu dlspntches weekly nnd bl-weukly let-
ters contnlnlng special nows or Snn Antonio
and district Mexico and Great Hrltain at tonns
which nlnco It within tho reuch ofiill. For fur-
San Antonio Auhe.nai..
San Antonio Texas
April 1. 1883.
Thoro will bo sold at this Arsenal nt public
nucK.onMONUAV APHIL .30. IM. nt 10
o'clock u. in. a quantity of buddies Saddle
Troes. KnulmnenU Tools." io .
Catalogues giving quantities Clldltlons &0.
can bo had ou application to tlila Arsenal
Captain of Orllnnncc
Piles nro frequently prccoilod by n sonso of
weight in tho buck loins and lower part of tho
abdomen causing tho patient to supposo ho
has Bomo affection of tho kidneys or neighbor-
ing organs. At times symptoms of indigestion
i.rn nrnsent. ufl llntnlenoy uneasiness of tho
iiliirlvntiiiKht lifter gottlngwnrm in bed Is a
very common attendant. Wind HIccrtlnB and
ItchV Plies old at oncoto tl o appUcagon ot
yenrs; contents nover destroyed by llio; round other The depth from which our words were
crow door chest nover opened by burglars. ken is the measure of the depth nt which!
SSWvmC U: K. m A tny will be heard and the deeper we lay the
'W. nnni .iui.nl. movement ofour storv the decDer and more
priotor H. ltydor-Tnylor Kvenino Light of-1 0ur novels. Only let us be careful to provide
hlo'S ' ?sin fc' h he will attend
tho city limits. Subscriptions und advortlsu- to the rest bimself. If the incidents and
.nmita r.MivLul for all AuktIi'uu and Ungllsh ' occasions are insicnificant so must.the char-
CALK OF OHDNANCUBTOUKS
iinnn tho parts auectednb80rUingiuo'J.umor8 wnicn misiane uiscorus ior num. incynnu
nllaving tlio lutonso itching nnd oireotlng a discords everywhere. They find them con-
permanent .cure where nU lothor reme.dios bavo tradictory 0f harmony and idealism and they'
DreUsVndTorjS 8l Y ' conclude that to Uy to our soul the flatUring
On the Sea Share.
lly tho nuthorof "John Halifax Ocntlommi."
" Tho light wnves kls tho shifting Bauds.
Ho kissed her upon check anil chin
Ami on her br"w bo mild;
Hut when he klsod heron tho mouth
Each wept llko n wounded child.
"Oh I'll go cast nnd I'll no west
Far over laud mid sen
llut never will my heatt llnd rest
Until It rests with theo."
"And I'll sit hero ironi year to year
Till my life's stream runs dry :
Hut never face shall thlna replace
My only love good-by."
Hn wandered east ho wandered west.
Ho won gold lands and fame
A gray lund und n weary heart -Then
buck lo tho old homo tunic.
Tho light waves kkscd tho shifting sands
And sang tho wlf-samo song;
"I wo.ider whi'te'H tho silly lnss
I liked when I was oung?"
Ho found her nt hi'roottityo door
8ho smiled I ho sumo soft smile:
llut when ho talked ofyontu toeotno
Bho shi't her eyes tho while.
Ho kissed hor upop tho cheek nnd rhln
(They He saying Iiove grows old I)
llut when ho kissed her on tho mouth
Ho shivered at tho cold
Hh clasped hor to hi lonely breast
llcsldo tbo sunny sen;
Ho spake a hundred passionate words
llul never a word spako she.
Ho loosed hor from his lonstliikT arms
That ompty nyo must be;
"I'll never In this woild llnd rest
Till I rest In earth with theo."
Address nrjlr. Julian lliiwtliorne on "The
Theory unit l'rnctlcuortlio Novelist."
Mr. Julian Hawthorne spoke to the fol-
lowing effect at a recent meeting of the Nine
teenth Century club In New York.
Novels arc the only bonks that are read
from no selfish motive and they are the only
true books these "works of hclion be-
cause they tell the vicissitudes of that only
great conservative the human heart.
Shakipeare is fresh to-day though Bacon Is
left behind. Man against fate was the classic
pagan situation. Right against wrong the
predicament of the Christian era. In our
modern school of fiction the conflict peihaps
lies between culture and provincialism with
the author on the side of culture. If the art
of fiction be not a finer art in our day than at a
former perj0(J it is at all events a more near
. r iw i i i i i
siuhted one. We look more closely at people i
into tlitm. Until quite recently the plot re-j
-" " """'V t""
cetved more elaboration- than the people as il
In mnn utrrn In lir alisnrlirn Inl.-i his nan
ke!e. Now some of our best writers in
their anxiety to plot too much almost cease to
have any plot at all. Such a book though
fui 0f art on every pagei may fail entirely to
be a work of art. The true alternative lrom
too much plot is not to no plot but to a plot
of a higher and more interior kind. Take a
number of characters and bring them to bear
upon one another until an equihbriuir is at-
tamed and you will find events occurring on
e inner plane of thought and emotion which
are not only of supremis interest intrinsically
but which apprise us mat all external incident
is but a rellection as a consequence oi tne
I nermanent will be its imoression on the
rcajer j.-or the outward memory of -eye and
ear s ess retentive than that of the emotions
! As regards characters you may have noticed
0 late a certain timidity about usinc tne old'
fashioned heroes and heroines. They' are
considered not good lorm too demonstra-
tive! Desides art must draw from nature
and where nre the heroes and heroines of our
own little social circle for example ? There-
fore il is thought we should put Into our
stories such commonplace and familiar figures
as we are forever stumbling over in the hotels
and at our friends' houses and make up for
the unpretentiousness of our material by the
brilliancy with which we describe and dissect
it. The reader moreover will be more edified
and convinced by a lesson brought down to
the level of his daily experience than by lofty
oracles from the clouds.
This argument Is plausible but does it not
forget the fact that every human being no
matter how mean and frail his uninspired per-
sonal quality may at need draw inimitably
upon that vast ocean of human niture which
flows beneath us and within us all t What we
call great men the heroes of history are only
the orcans or instruments of creat opportuni
ties and as Emerson says they are the most
"indebted men." They are not creat in
themselves. There is no ratio between their
achievements and them. Our judgment is
misled; we .do not discriminate between the
means and the cause and effect. We need
acters be no matter what exalted gifts the
novelist may ascribe to them. When our
civil wa' broke out. society certainly showed
no more noble lineaments than it does now.
and yet before we had fought a year we had
heroes by the thousand anu as many great
men as we needed. Human nature is alwav
' '?""'c. "?J" r.TAltJ. lt
using 10 an mcai ni oi sumiin; iu a inmemuy
ness to keep the ideal before us and to
use the nonentity only as a ion ana a nega
And this suggests the question " How did
this fanaticism oi realism come aoouw " it
was oricinallv. no doubt a reaction 'from life
less sentiment and morbid humbug which
had come down to us from an ill-educated
and artificial past llut the indignant literal
' ists who expo'sedand ridiculed ft. artificiality
allowed their enthustasm to carry them too
far Not nli sentiment Is vapid nor is all
fiuraivenes false Tllere is a' CUS8 of rain(is
unction of id . aliim ami harmony In defiance
oi the evtdence of palpable facts about us
must be wrong. Hence the celebration oi
discords which is called literalism. Now so
far as this promotes sincerity and simplicity
in art it is commendable and literalism is
one of the favorite utensils of comic writers
and satirists. Dul the acuteness of satirists ij
not always batanccd bv their taste. They do
not know when to stoti. Hnvinc established a
reputation fo' calling a spade a spade they try
to maintain it bv canine a carved comet uy
Cellini a pewter mug. The ridicule of what is
ridiculous developing by natural selection
Into ridicule of what Is not ridiculous and
culminating in ridicule for ridicule's sake has
resulted not so mucn in pruning loiiy wmcn
we have always with us no matter what we
do as in stunting and chopping down the
wholesome snu spontantous growth ul beauty
and inspiration. Writers of cenlus and refine
ment arc getting to be afraid to say their souls
are their own or to "let on" that they have
any souls at all. They might be accused of
"line leehngs or "sentimentality. iney be
pin to distrust the cenerous clow that accom
nanics free and penial enmnosttion. With
the sensitiveness Inseparable from the artistic
temperament llirv shrink back in a studied
self-conscious altitude address us in graceful
and fastidious but frigid phrases and cultivate
the air of having divorced thrmselves Irom all
sympathy with their own stories.
Now it may be a question whether an
autnor snnuiu gossip about nis nramaus per-
sona: as freely as Fleldinc and Thackeray do
but be that as it may a worse peril lurks on
the other side. For. lo make the "comment"
in a novel colorless or critical is not the same
thing as to have no comment at all. Instead
of permitting: emotion or sentiment of th
scene to have its unbiased effect a discord is
constantly obtruded between the positive lines
of the story and the neutral tint of the re-
marks and the writer instead of rendering
himsell invisible becomes inveterately con'
spicuous. The writer who truly forgets h'm
self and so leads his reader to forget him i
the writer who so sensitively attunes himself
to the dominant chord ol bis story that
though the sense of his words be taken his
voice is not heard. Moreover the writer
lack of sympathy with his characters com
municates itself not to the reader alone but to
the characters themselves and they also be
pin to pick their way fastidiously through th-.i
language and to behave with well-bred self-
restraint. Reserve is admirable but it
hardly creative. There is no reierve about
the bursting into leaf and bloom of the seed
plant in the ground.
Rev. Mr. Cook thinks the American press
elves toy little space to the discussion of the
news which it shows so much enterprise in
collecting. For instance says the Doston
Transcript when one makes the discovery
that death and not breadth ends probation he
mai ueaiii anu noi urcaain enos pronation i
uii j!... ; . i ' . r i
finally come out of th
same hole he
same hole he went in at.
IIAJRNISCII & JBAER
15 Commerce St. havo opened their
T Pvn niT1 Do v1 r
I I .HI .1 Hs-I Ml I 'Mill
A V-'-L VCtlXi. 1 LXi-XU
For tho season.
Ii. J. "WEISTOE
321) Houston street opposlto Maverick
hotel bus ro-opcucd his
For tho season. Delicious ice-cream fuvorlto
soda drinks nnd good confectionary. Fiuo
Ico-Crcnm n specialty. Telepbono No. 270.
(QOUt.l) & co.'s.)
Royal Havana Lottery
KXTKAOKDINAHY AP1CII. 0 18S3
Only 15000 Tickets. 2204 Prizes
1 Capital Prlzo 8 H
0 Approxlmntlons of SlOOcnch to tho
0 Approximations of $50 ench to tho
Prizes us nbnvo being the full num-
ber In tho Uo j ul Huvnnu nud
150d Additional Prizes of $5 euch to tho
1500 tlckotshnvliigus mi ending tho
tlguro tho torinliuil unit of tho
number drawing tho Cnnltnl Prize
of $14000 7
rot Prizes nmountlng In U. S. Hold to.. 8 44
pcrlf tho tlckot drawing tho capital prlzo
ends witn tno iiguro 7 ineu uu iiexeis
with 7 nro entitled to $5.
Wholes 85. Halves HS.OO lifths 1
Tho ltoyal Havana oinclal list decides ovory
frlzo. Subject to no manipulation not eon-
rolled by tho parties in interest honestly
manasod. It Is tlio fairest wiuarest nnd bCBt
thing In tlio liuluro of n lottery tbnt could bo
Soo that tho nnmo QOULD Sc CO. Is on tho
ticket. Nono others nro genuine.
ALL PHIZES PAID ON PHE3ENTATION
For informntton nnd tickets nddrcss
1313 Hrondway Now York City.
'63 East ltnndolnh Streot Chicago 111
ur IV. W. WALllinU
3 Vfost Commorco Bt Ban Antonio
3 ELL & BRO'S.
No. II Commerce Street
Silver and Plated
f J 111 Uj
Wntrlies nn.l lowelrv refialrcd. Charges rea-
wo tnko piensuro in imm i uur
goods nnd purcunscr
Watchmaker ni Jeweler
No. 18 Commerce Strict
maytf San Antonio. Texas.
I I s- ir T lr -n v v
t Y Q li.zL t) I pL
and Dealer In
tJ-CH and ezamlna my stock and prices before
All goods will be sold under written gsarantee
41 Oommerco Street. 341
An Expert oncetnYatcliniakor
OFFERS his services to the Public. He has had
I Jthiriv vears emerience as head workman of
S V V U I -1 II II 11
Ol lVli VJT JJJ UJ I
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
it 1 i rr 1 iawv-iio.il uuux mm nuuiiAiiUiA xne
ll ATT h QT1T I 1 1 I (W n03t lntenso Pttln8 aro subdued almost ln-
IVltJlGildll I X CLlXUl i'mIvo it a trial. Ilellof guaranteed or money
NO. 1 COMMEUCE STUEKT
Has just roceivod tho llnest stock of English
French Oormnu und American pieco goods
all styles and colors over urougnt to ban An-
tonlo and will miiko suits to ordor at tho
lowest I'rlces; Only First-class Tailors on. -
Fashion I'latos rocelvcd every month.
A Perfect Pit Guaranteed.
Call on V. Lorra before ordering your Spring
9U.IU. Q irouuio to imow guuue
j. is. imni-.DiNo
o. vr. PHILIPS
Breeding & Pliilips .
1318 COMMERCE ST
I Over NIc Tengg C3S3 San Antonio.
DR. A. J. SMITH
(Lnto of Cambridge Mass.)
NO. 30 COMMERCE ST..
Over Clavlu's dnig store Satisfaction guar-
anteed. Open evenings. '
MlS WILHGItICW i-tHCIIJiEL
V Ailf! . n.
t-"is ner services in anus branches. Patients
received at residence. Female diseases treat
Office : Sam Maverick buildlnc. corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Special nttontlonpald tnnllfonnsnf CIIHON-
O IHSIIASKS. I)1SHASI!S OF WOMKN. I.nnt
IOIHSIlASKS.DlSHASia OF WOMKN Lung
and throat diseases. Skin Illsonsn. f'lI.KP
and throat diseases. Skin Disease PILES
cuiod by a now method under a guarantee
wiinuui anno ugnsuro or uiutorv.
leiepuouo io. w.
Cure Chills and Fever
Stop that Cough by using SAMOSTZ'S
IIYPNOTIUUK the most nlcasant nnd etllen-
I clous remedy for Coughs Colds llrnochltls.
lyoiisiimpiiou nun an tusenscs or nio inront anu
lungs. Manufnclured by O. SAMOHTZ
uruggis Austin Texas.
tST For sale by all druggists In Toxas.
I S BDRNHAH 11. 1 C.
r ...... -. .
"UUllSt UI1U AUllSt
Proprietor Snn Antonio EYE and EAH In
flrmary formorly surgeon In chnrgo of Kansas
Clty ye' Ewand Throat Inflnnarv.
All diseases of Eyo and Ear treated In tho
most approved manner with tho latest nppll-
antes. Crooked oyes straightened artificial.
Inserted to movo naturally etc. etc.
Ofllco at U712 Commorco Streot.
Office : Sam Maverick building corner
Losoyo and Houston streets.
Joseph Jones M. D. ) ( Jno. O. Howkn M. D
i io 10 i a m. 3 to 5 pm 910 10 a. m 1 10 3-7.8 p m
Residence ) ( Gaemleo residence
700 Acequla St. South Floies St.
Special attention (riven to diseases of women
and Children and to diseases of the Lungs
Throat and Heart. Chronic cases treated at
a distance and medicines sent promptly by
A Common-sense Ilemcdy.
No More Itliouimitism Goat
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Flvo venrs established nnd norcr known to
fnll In n slnglo cose ncuto or chronic ltofer to
nu prominent pnysicinns ana umggists ior tno
standing of Bnllcvllca.
Tho only dissolvcr of tho poisonous Urlo acid
which exists in tho blood of Itheumatlo and
BAi.iUYijiuA is Known as a common-sense
the tS'SS;"; "iriiT'.V Ll.rl"? "i'.yiiiJ." V?1'
): "any so-called speclUcs and supposed" panaceai
It has been conceded by eminent scientist
ll.nl nnlniml .i.inlli.a 1 InAa nmh on l.hlnn
w'th oils ointments linlmonts nnd soothina
lotions will not eradlcato theso diseases whlcfi
arc tho result of tho poisoning of tho blood
8AI.ICYLICA works with mnrvolous effect
on this acid and so removes tho disorder. It Is
siclnns of America and Europe. Highest
leal Academy of Paris reports V5 per cent
cures in three days.
that SALIOYIJOA Is a cortnln euro forltnETJ.
Thousands of testimonials aunt on nnnllnn.
81 ft Box. Six BoxdH lor 85.
g0t freo bv mall on recolnt of nonov.
of SK YOUH DHUaOIST FOlt IT.
Hut do not bo doludod into taking Imitations
or substitutes or something rocommended as
n'nVS 5naDcn Vo$
whlclLts guaranteed chemically miro under
our signature nnd Indlspcnslblo roqulslto to
lnsuro success In tho treatment. Tnko no
otlior or send to us.
WABHIIUHNE & CO. Proprietors.
267 Broadway cor. ltoado St.
ForealobvO. Bchosao. San
tonlo and i
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