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THE1 SATURDAY JVXORlVnVO COURIBR
(Written fur Thk Coviukr.)
HERE is something radically
wrong with the man or woman
who (loos not desire tho friendship
of some one. Tho instinct of cotnuan
, inability was Implanted in Adam, and
it has never been eradicated from tho
human race. It may bo Bald that if
Adam had avoided Eve, ho and poatority
would have been wived a great deal of
trouble. But there might not havo boon
any posterity in that event. And then
it is altogether probablo that Adam, left
to himself, would havo fallon into error
anyway. Eve's impetuous curiosity only
brought about an earlier realization of
what would havo happened in tho course
Asceticism is prompted by an un
healthy mentality. Great minds find
yrsllof and pleasuro in occasional solitude;
p but tho abode of a purely voluntary
recluse shelters n mind diseased, which
may havo been caused by a great sorrow
or disappointment. In every well
rounded, healthy character tho instinct
of companionabllity flnds constant ex
pression. Tho healthy, honest man docs
not chooso to separato himself from his
fellows. On tho contrary, he is impelled
to seek, not only tho society of congenial
- people, but to form special friendships,
Jho ties of which aro cemented, somo
Kf times by mutual interests, or similarity
V of tastes or of ideas, and often by somo
V mysterious indefinable influence Tho
.human being who does not respond to
this instinct has either allowed himself
to be improperly influenced by some un
toward event or series of events, or is the
victim of a guilty conscience. There is
something wrong with him. Ho is not
observing tho law of nature.
Tho study of intimato friendships pre
sents somo interesting phases. It has
boon remarked that tho two onds of
friendship aro never evenly balanced, as
fc regards power. Observation will go
rvery far toward establishing tho truth
Iffof this. Two friends may appear, to a
WM world that seldom scrutinises closely, to
'W be equally determined, independent,
1 positive; but there is a Shade of differ
W ence. One dominates. The will of one
ff is subservient, to a greater or less degree,
to the influence of the other; one is in
sensibly given the. leadership; one is
In every small company of persons there
ia always one central figure, one whose
words are listened to with greater re
spect than the words of the others, and
who is involuntarily conceded to be the
dominant spirit. If you will look care
( fully you will discover that there is
always a ruler and the ruled, a leader
and the led. It is tho same in the case
of two persons. Friendship may be said
to establish equality. It cannot be that
simply the respect of one for tho other
causes this subjection. And the ex
planation cannot bo found in the differ
ence in years which sometimes exists.
fit is rather in a subtle superiority of
fill, and frequently the one who is
judged by the world to bo tho stronger
' the two, is the one that is lod.
An instance of this was the friendship
'of George W. Childs and Anthony
Drexel, of Philadelphia; two men who
walked through life literally hand in
hand, and who embarked for the un
known shore, separated by only a few
months. Mr. Drexel, the banker, was
generally regarded as a man of much
fstroncer Dorsonalitv and will than his
""vfriend; yet he was guided in nearly every
thing be did by the mild and reposeful
Ohilds, whoso face, the featuresof which
are familiar from one end of tho country
to the other, was a perfect index to his
Call up tho friendship of any two of
your acquaintances, and see if you do
not find one, in some way, under the in
fluence of tho othor.
Project in which two frionds engago
.usually emanate from tho same source.
IT they travel, the itinerary is not tho
result of strictly mutual consultation
and consideration; but rathor tho work
of tho moro positive of the two. If an
important matter of mutual concern ia
'to be settled, oach does not ask the othor
his opinion.' Ono asks; the other gives.
If the two, joining in a common orrand,
enter a place of business togethor, or
together, make a social call, it is readily
discernible.that one is only accompany
ing the other; that one is led. I have
watched a great many cases of friend
ship, and I have never yet found an in
stance where one of two friends was not
stronger than the other.
i Tho nervousness of which I
oke last week has, if anything, more
rctims among men than among women.
With men it largely spends itself in
business. It prompts them to mako
many and sudden changes, to speculato,
to twist and turn, and to try to cut
across the ouarter strotch in tho race for
Nvthl flying dollar. The business life of
i west luruui wiiu iuo buuio nervous-
i that sends women nvina about in a
id fashion in search of occupation or
" If you think that crime is
only an accident, that criminals aro per
sons who havo been urged or forced to
the commission of crime by tho environ
ment in which thoy happen to bo placed,
or that they havo reached their present
stato through drunkonness, or somo mis
take, embrace tho first opportunity that
presents Itself to obsorvo a number of
criminals confined together. Visit tho
state penitentiary, and look into tho con
victs' faceB as thoy pass beforo you at
meal time, or turn to the romarkablo
collection of photographs in Warden
Boomer's office a gallery containing tho
photograph of nearly every criminal who
was ever confined in tho penitentiary.
A little observation will probably con
vince you that if crime isn't hereditary,
criminals do at least possess, to a con
siderable degree, certain common char
acteristics. If you visit tho penitentiary ask, for
instance, to havo pointed out to you tho
photographs of tho convicts who havo
committed brutal crimes. Even a cur
sory glance will show you that nearly
every ono of them has a peculiarly
shaped head. Thoro is something dis
torted. Gome have protruding, some
receding foreheads; somo have peaked
craniums; somo havo heads that aro
cono shaped. And in boiiio tho oyes
are very closo together, or ono Bide of
tho fnco is out of shape; all this in addi
tion to tho markedly bestial expression
obsorvablo in a majority of cases.
Thero Is, undeniably, somo peculiarity,
some deformity, a twist of countenance,
or squint of eye, to mako it appear that
somothing besides environment is re
sponsible for tho making of criminals.
Tho thought suggests itself that the
deformity, or peculiarity of visago, is the
reflection of boiiio mental defect. One
can hardly look at a largo number of
criminals, or turn tho leaves of a rogue's
gallery without thinking that criminals
aro not like other people, that they are a
class opart. Tkyn.
(To le Continued.)
Suro, ofllciont.caBy HOOD'S PILLS
Thoy should bo in overy travelers grip
and every family medicine chest. 'iTtu u
H. 0. Young and J. J. Buttlor are get
ting up a largo crowd for Texas Febru
ary 13th via the Missouri Pacific routo.
Call and see them before making your
arrangements elsowhero. 1201 0 street,
The tllobe-Deinocri Free.
Any reader of this paper can got
tho St. Louis Globe-Democrat free.
Read the offer, on another page, and
take advantage of it at once. The
Weekly Globe-Democrat is now issued in
Semi-Weekly sections, oight pages each
Tuesday and Friday, sixteen pages every
week, making it practically a Semi
Weekly paper, yet the price remains only
ono dollar a year. In politics, it is
Half Kate to Texan.
January O.Feburary 13, March 13, April
10, May 8, 1804,the B & M will sell excur
sion tickets from Nebraska and Kansas
stations to points in Texas at one faro
for tho round trip. For tickets and full
information regarding limits, stop-overs,
etc., call at B. & M. depot or city office,
corner O and Tenth streets.
G. W. Bonnfix, O. P. A T. A.
WEAK MADE 8TRONQ.
If you are sick or debilitated, do not
be discouraged. Compound Oxygon has
wrought many wonderful cures and has
given strength to many. We know this
to be truo from our own oxperionco of
twenty-five years, and we aro ready to
furnish abundant proof.
It is worth your while to examine tho
evidence, which you can do by writing
to us. We will send you, freo of charge,
our book of two hundred pages with
numerous testimonials and records of
surprising cures of asthma, beonchitls,
consumption, catarrh, rheumatism, ner
vous prostration, neuralgia and other
forms of diseaso and debility.
Homo treatment is sent out by ex
press, to be used at homo. Office treat
ment is administered here. Tho effect
of both treatments is tho same. Con
Our success has given riso to many
imitations. Avoid disappointment and
Iobs of monoy, as thero is but ono genuine
Compound Oxygen, by sending to
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa., San
Francisco, Cul., Toronto, Canadu.
For all Texas points via the Missouri
Pacific routo February 13th. City ticket
office 1201 O street, Lincoln, Neb.
The Winter of Your Discontent
may bo mudo glorious if you spend it in
California. And a round trip tickot to
San Francisco via tho Burlington Route
will best bring about the transformation.
It costs 165.10 only, und may bo pur
chased at the B. t M. depot or city of
fice, corner O and Tenth streets, where
full information regarding routes, etc,
may also bo obtained.
Gr.o. W. Bonnell,0. P. & T. A.
965 will parchaso a first-class ticket,
round trip via tho Missouri Pacific routo
tp tho Mid-Winter fair at San Francisco,
Cal., tickots good until July IB, 1894.
Can tako tho southern routo going and
roturn by the northern routo. For fur
ther particulars call on city ticket agent
1301 O street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Saved Her Life.
Mrs. 0. J. Woor.nairtoit, of Wnrtlmtn,
Texan, saved the llfo of her clillil by tlio
uho of Ayer's Cherry l'ectorul.
"Ono of my children hud Cioiip. Tho
emo win attended by our physician, mid win
nuppowl to ho well under control. Hint
nlKlit I WM Mnrtlcd hy tho child' hard
breathing, and on roIiir to It found It Mian-
fling. It had ncnrly conned to lircntlie.
IcnllzliiK that tho child's nlaunlim condition
hud become ponlhlo In spite or the medicine
riven, I reasoned that such remedies would
bo of no nvnll. Hnvliur part ot a bottle of
Ajer'a Cherry Pectoral In tho Iioiihc, I ituvo
tlin child llircit tlusev nl slinrt Intel villi, nud
anxiously waited roMdti. I'lnm tho liniment,
tho Pectoral was given, the child's hrcuthliiK
grew easier, and, In a short time, she was
sleeping quietly and brenthlnp naturally.
The child li alive and well to-day, and 1 do
not hesitate to say that AyerN Cliciry Pec
toral saved her fife."
Prepared by Dr. J. O. AycrfcCo., Lowell, Mats.
Prompt to act, suro to euro
w .4 BUY THE IK.
THE BEST IS THE1HEAPEST.
Banal TIN eanta to t Union Sq.t N. v.,
tor aiir arli !, " Blind Luok," anal
win Wsw Horns wln Maohlns.
The New Home Sewing Machine Co,
ORANOI, MAM. .
to. jlfrvitigS&i: au
o!OR SALE BY um.t-
A. F. LE1SS,
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
1414 O Street, Lincoln.
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If you want work that iipletiint and profitable,
eud ut your addrena Immediately. We teach men
and women how to earn from SS.OO per day to
3,000 per yenr without having had prevfoui
eipcrleuce,audlurulih the employment at which
they can make that amount. Notuloir difficult to
learn or that tenulrei much time, The work Is
easy, healthy, and honorable, and can be done dur.
liiK daytime or ctculngi, right In jour own local
ity, wherever )ou lle. The result of few
hours' work often equals m week's wages.
We hare taught thouiaudt of both sexes and all
ages, and many have laid foundations that will
surefy bring them riches. Some or the smartest
men In this country owe their success In life to
the start ghtn them while in our employ years
ago. You, reader, may do as well: try It. Vou
cannot fall. No capital nccesinry. We fit you out
with something that is new, solid, and sure. A
book brimful of advice is free to all. Help your,
self by writing for It to-day not to-morrow.
Delays are costly.
E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
AND CLEANING WORK8.
No. lia.iv.'rweittt m.
G. E. SPAHR, M. D.I
ousscs cascruiiv adjusted,
121S O STRECT. LINCOLN. NCB.
Wo grow and always havo
And nil kinds of Decorating und
ani FIVE AGUES . . .
Wholly devoted to Flowers und PlimtH.
CITY 8TORE I 134 O STREET.
CITY QRIIN HOUSI I0TM AND D BT8. TILS. SO
Main green homo I mllo west Union college
OMAHA'S LEADINQ HOTEL
IHA IfKlltV, 1'roprlolor.
Kloctrlo cars direct from Union depot pnss
tho door. 14th and Harney sts Omaha, Nob.
Br. Humphreys' MperlRrs aresctentlfleallrand
carefully prenantd Remedies, used for rears In
private practice and for over thirty years by the
people with entire success. Every single Bpectao
special euro for the disease named.
They cure without drugging, purging or reducing
the system and are In fact and deed tho Sovereign
Remedies of the W orld.
. ci'Ht. raion.
1 VeTeri, Congestions, Inflammations.. ,ua
It-Warn s, Worm Fever. Worm Collo US
S-Teethlng Colic, Crying, Wakefulness ,38
4-Dlsvrrhen, of Children or Adults 38
T Cangha, Colds, DronchltU ja
8-Nearalgta, Toothache, Faceache ,38
-Headaches, Hick Headache, Vertigo.. ,38
1 -Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constlpstlon. ,38
11-HajMtreaaesl nrrnlnfal Perleds... .38
13-WhTtes, Tool'tolusol'erlods 38
13-Croap, liaryngllU, Hoarseness 38
14-Palt Uheuni, Erytlpelss, Eruptions.. .38
10-Hheamatlini, Itheumatlo Tains .38
1-Malarla, Chills, Fever and Agu .38
1M-Catarrh, Influent, Cold In the Head. .38
3-Whoopln Cough : .38
37-Kldney Illaeaaea .38
39-l!rlnary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. .38
HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZKI, OIL,
"The Pile Olnlment."-Trlal Mae, 38 CU.
StM kr Drntclili. or Mni poaln tit ea mall sf Stlss.
Da. HtmrT' MiaciL (144 HI,) milid rasa.
nrmBSTi' gs.ce.,iiihiuwMsssist., in mm.
S P E cTFl C S .
For Piles External or Internal, Dlind
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Illccriing-of the Kcctuni. The relief i
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For Ilurn, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. The relief is instant
the healing wondertul and uncqualed.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
For Hoik, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fistula?,
Old Sores Itching Eruptions, Chafing or
Scald Head. It Is Infallible.
For Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore
Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, as Cents.
Sl-I Ijr Knidltu, or trnt in-.ll on rtctlpt of prlr,.
iiumiRSTs' a itn.ro., uu iiswimMSL.XEwioBg.
THE PILE OINTMENT
A perfect insuiance against theft or accident
ii the now famous
the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled
or wrenched from the case. Can only be J9r
had on cases containing this trade mark. jg
Keystone Watch Case Company,
the oldest, largest, and most complete Watch
Case factory in the world 1 500 employees;
2000 Watch Cases daily.
One of its products is the celebrated
Filled Watch Cases
which are just as good as solid cues, sad
cost about one half letsi
Sold by all jewelers, without extra charge
for Non-pull-out bow. The manufacturers
will tend jau a watch case opener free.
1134 N Strkkt.
pOUND IT AT kAST.
JUST THE BOOK
I HAVE BEEN
1 bOOKING FOR.
And several thousand others. , I would advise all vho would save time to f to
h. w. lirecrwMV'S, 120 south i ith
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pure Cream ofTnrtnr Powder, No Amnioiiln; No Alum.
Used in Millions' of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
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(FORMERLY OF SHENANDOAH, IOWA.)
Dg am x: ana -&
Becutlfal, healthy location, 20-ncrs campus, siectrlo streetcar Una runs dlrectir to esatui
Sthout chance. (250,000 In buildings, splendid equipments, superior accommodaUoaa, stroaa
roltr, esparfoDced managenient, comprehensive ctrrlcnlum, thorousb work, hlca saoral .sum
irlstlao laflusncea and low expenses tor student.
DEPARTMENTS AND COURSES.
W have 2S courses. Our music, fine art, pen art, delsarte, elocutionary, course ast4 klnr
arten aad soodel training schools (for both children and student teachers), are not qnall4 U
' Wm' STREET CAR TRANSFERS
to aay frt of the city for all who attend the Western Normal. You can eater at aay ttas aad
ueVnattBeh classes as jou desire. Write, or call and see us.
naa Urra opens April 11, 1883, and continue 10 weeks. Summer term open Jane V, 14N
and ceatlnu 8 weeks. You can enter at any time, however. Catalogues and circular free.
E8TERI NORUL COLLEGE. LINCOLN. NEB.
I4TH AND M 8TREETS, LINCOLN, NEBRKA
This Ih a vory lino eRtatilosliincnt -prolmbly hotter than anj thing of the kind
in tho world.
Capacity, 1,500 batlm daily.
ArtuHlan mineral wntor is upod.
Soparnto accoinmodationH aro provided for Iwth mixta.
1aa Great IPIxiiib; IB rat la
Holds about a miartor of a million allonH of Sou Greon Salt Water.
And it. nearly lo0 feot lon, '20 foot wide and 2 to 0 foot deep.
Itn clear an a cryntal, too.
Thoro aro boiiio HprinK ltoards, trapezo and automatic noodlo bath in this d
1?1& Bod reoomatt
Aro for traiiHionts who do not euro to leavo tho building after a bath.
PationttJ talcing treatment use them aim.
Rl e iiin cvt 1 ea ivi
And many othor diRouBen can bo CURED in tho Hot Salt Departmont.
-Xl-kt3 1t,a l'lclaalx Bcatl-aeat
Now wo'ro coming down to businoBB.
Murblo wiiIIh, Momiic lloorn, rich HugB, Carpotn and Draperiefl.
Great tiro iiluct'H, cutty chair and dIvanB.
All sorts of liatliH aro given. Thoro Ib iiIbo a HARHER SHOP.
Ladier' Hair Drewing Department, and even a Manicure, ChiroiMidist and
bet us make your bet
ter Heads, Catalogue Illus
trations and Advertising De
signs. Prices low. Good
Ideas. Always on Top.
N. V. Cor. 14th and V Streota,
Motiool. for ttie AdTami
WM, M. CROAN, President, or
W, J. KINSLEY, See'y and Treat.
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