Saturday morning courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1893-1894, February 17, 1894, Image 7
w WKwmmy H&iKiamwHtwmfc ' v ??tses5Eicw - w tytt uv- iwHumm&mm a fmlfe1 .A.tjE Mhii rt i n.Jr '- - VrV il ?.r ... ? ... -.. i.j piiaH lliryMMHllHifeWW"''-yWl lj4WlW""1 fr1 r Wpy fjH - iv, r . ' f M J , V THE1 SATURDAY JVXORlVnVO COURIBR K i f Sm IB (Written fur Thk Coviukr.) it 9 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 of time. 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 first. 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 noble character. 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 iversion. " 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 box. 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, Lincoln, Neb. 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. 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