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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1886)
Some Ataasluc Specimens of Trench
It is envious to note" tho eagerness
and skill with which Anglophobes on
this side of the water turn even non-
political events to account for an attack
on England , writes a Paris correspond
ent of The London Telegraph. This has
just been exemplified by the comments
which some of the French journalists
are making on Fred Archer's death.
Innocent people would have imagined
that the untimely fate of the celebrated
jockey would have excited nothing but
pity and sympathy here. Vain de
lusion ! All the bitterness of spirit
which has been so distinguishing a
feature of certain French writers for
years past is once more evinced , and
we find M. Henri Rochcfort ratling at
the regret felt in England of the loss
of a man who was a general favorite.
He informs bis readers that London is
preparing to give Archer a tuneral on
a par with that with which Paris honor
ed Victor Hugo nearly a year and a
half ago. Here is a specimen of M.
Henri Rochefort's observations : 4 < A
great grief has befallen the country of
Gladstone , liyrou , and Shakspeare.
The jockey Fredrick Archer has just
expired. And what renders the nation
al mourning even more poignant lies in
the fact that this homme do chevaP
himself put an end to his days by blowr
ing his brains out in an attack
of delirium. Into what arms will
henceforth fall the duchesses whoso
heads his soft boots , his ticlit breeches ,
and his red , green or yellow caps had
turned ? He was uglier than a monkey ,
with teeth which looked like the hoofs
of the horses which ho rode. But they
thought him handsome when he drove
his spurs into the sides of a mare which
Le brought iirst to the winning post.
. . . It is for such glories as those
that the English are now enthusiastic.
In a country where money is every
thing , it is the man who makes the
most , without distinction of profession ,
who receives the largest tribute. Mil
ton , poor and blind , would to-day be
born to the cemetery b } ' two hospital
attendants , who would throw his body
into the 'fosse commune.1 A centaur
who makes the round of a course in
two minutes and three seconds , while
his opponents take two minutes and
four seconds to do the job , receives dur
ing his life and after his death more
honors than arc awarded to sovereigns.
AVe must conclude from all this that if
glory does not go for muoh in France ,
it is worth nothing at all in England. "
A similar strain of thought is to be
found in The Voltaire , which exclaims :
" 'Archer is dying ! Archer is dead1 !
These were the only words with which
people greeted each other in England.
The children were sad , the men gloomy
and the women wept People forgot
Ireland , home rule , and Mr. Gladstone.
The fog which hung over London wsis
a crape veil. " The writer , however ,
unlike M. Henri llochcfort , decently
abstains from any personal .strictures.
"Although a jockey , " he remarks , "it
is a man who has passed away , and he
has a claim to our "respect. "
What were crimes one hundred
years ago are mere irregularities now.
Half of mankind lies awake nights
thinking how to outwit the other half.
As man grows in wisdom he learns
how independent the world is of him.
For every family contention Satan
puts an extra pound of fat on his ribs. ,
Religion and temperance will always
agree. Both are the sprouts of reason.
If it were not for the weaknesses of
the niajoritv the success of the few
would be a myth.
When we do not understand other
people it seems to be second nature to
Profit by others' success and failure ,
and you get a reliable experience at
less than club rates.
Those who are honest from fear rath
er than principle have no more to brag
of than rascals.
Always appear to agree with the
world , aud you will get on smoothly
without soaping the track.
In itself lying is a base passion , but
its tendency to injure others renders it
also a dangerous one.
It isn't always the man who knows
the most that wins , but the man who
Is can apply what he does know.
n So long as a woman is on friendly
terms with modesty , just so long is
woman vindicated , and no longer.
Decorum itself is simply good sense
and good will , but society often ruins
it by empty ceremonies.
Do away with Christianity and its in
fluences , and mankind would run itselt
into the ground in a brief century.
Of ten young men nine can be found
who are vain of their line exterior ,
while the tenth one is proud of a weil
Most any man is willing to tell of
f the good things he has done , but few
tell of the goods things they m ght have
done. Chicago Ledger.
Old Bed Cloud's Philosophy.
Red Cloud , the Sioux Chief , has the
cunning of a "mean Yank1'under his
copper-colored hide. He advises his
people that there is a better way to get
their living out of the white people
than to quarrel with them. He tells
them not .to send their children to
.school or learn any of the ways of civil-
jzed life , "for so long as "the Great
'Father knows that we cannot earn our
own living he will give us rations and
blankets , but if he thinks we know how
tJ take care of ourselves we shall get
nothing more from him. " Acting on
this principle Red Cloud complained of
the farmer sent to teach his people
agriculture. "Our farmer is not of the
right kind ; he expects warriors to work. '
What we want is white men to plant
our corn , hoe it , harvest it and put it
into the barns which they will build for
us. Warriors don't work. " Portland
Emerson was immensely practical. His
imitators should remember that be never
thought so much of the Over-Soul o . 10 forget
Uic over-shoe. Boston
MARRIED IN JAIL.
After tlie Ceremony tlie Happy Bride
Goes Uaclc to Her Cell.
"Whom God hath joined together let
not man put asunder , " and then they
locked the bride up.
About thirty days ago , writes a Port
land , Me. , correspondent of The Boston
Globe , a young French girl of remarka
ble beauty was arrested here on a
charge of vagrancy , and was by Judge
Gould sent to the jail for four months.
Quite recently a young Swede called at
the jail and asked to see her. Sheriff
True granted the desired permission ,
and without loss of time the young man
asked the girl an interesting question :
"Will you marry me ? "
"Yes , " whispered the girl , "when I
get out of jail. "
4'Why not now ? "
The girl thought it over , and finally
consented. A license was obtained and
the day lixed. While waiting the legal
five days the girl was trying her poor
best to make ready for her bridal , and
despite her confinement she seemed to
be perfectly happv. She talked con
stantly of the bright days to come. The
prospective bridegroom visited the jail
quite often , the rigid rules resulating
visits to prisoners by outside friends
having been relaxed in his favor , but ,
of course , ho did his courting in the
presence of others.
Last Saturday the wedding took place ,
and was announced this afternoon , the
notice reading as follows :
"At Portland jail. Nov. 27 , by Jabez
True. Esq. , Frank Everson and Laura
Cliartrv , both of Portland.1
The bride entered the jail office es
corted by tlie turnkey , Mr. Norman
True. She was dressed nicely , having
made an astonishing silccess of her
bridal preparations. Tho groom is a
very fine-looking man , and a hand
somer couple is seldom seen than the
pair who faced Justice True.
At the close of the ceremony Mr.
Everson saluted his bride and placed a
riii2 on her linger , and Justice True ,
calling her by her new name , said that
he trusted they would live long and
happily together. Then , after a brief
seasons of smiles and congratulations ,
the prisoner-bride was taken to the
women's wing of the jail and locked
up , and the bridegroom went to his
home up town. Later he called aud
brought liis bride presents of candy and
flowers. All day yesterday she was en
gaged in writing letters to her friends
announcing her marriage. It is under
stood that Miss Chartry was Mr. Ever-
son's first love , but "fate separated
them , and he married another. His
wife died , and after a season of mourn
ing he crossed the ocean in search of
his lost love , who had removed with
her family to Canada. He found on
arriving in Montreal that she had gone
to Portland , and so came here. He
was shocked to learn of her arrest , but
found that she had been taken from evil
associates , bur had only been imprud
ent , ami resolved to marry her. Great
interest is felt in ( he pair , and it is un
derstood that Gov. Kobie will be asked
to add to their happiness by letting the
bride go free.
Progress hi English Politics.
Something startling lias just been
proposed in relation to the system ol
English political parties. It is pro
posed that they shall adopt the plan of
setting forth the principles of the party
in a written platform , or , as they pre
fer to call it , "programme. " "Plat
form" is the English of Shakesp eare.
but as it is also the English of the
Americans it is perhaps thought that ;
the use of this word would be prejudic
ial and suggest too distinctly the adop
tion of an American idea. Hitherto the
sj-stem in England has followed in par
ties the rule that applies in the nation
al organization , not to have a written
constitution. All that with our parties
is presented in a platform was with
them assumed to b included in the
party name. Names were the only in
dication of political purpose. In a
rudimentary division of the people such
descriptive names as
vative" and "Liberal" are in them
selves short platforms , though it may
sometimes happen that a Conservative
party favors a Liberal purpose , and it
is never true that Liberalism and de-
strnotivfiioss are identical. But in
England the indication of the names
has always stood in the place of an an-
thorixed declaration of party princi
ples and intentions. It is a point of
progress that the adoption of a plat
form is called for. For a party name ,
however clearly it may indicate the
general position of the party in the ag
itations of the time , stops there ; where
as the platform goes further aud
pledges it not only to the support of a
general range of ideas of one sort or
another but to the agitation of specified
subjects and the advocacy of defined
reforms. It is proposed , by the way ,
that the first platform shall go very far ,
since the scheme given begins with
lionie rule for Ireland and ends with
the abolition of the House of Lords ,
taking by the way the disestablishment
of the church and the confiscation of
the vast uncultivated domains of great
owners. Probably the Liberal party
does not favor these extreme views ,
and it ought to have a platform in or
der that it may be known what it does
favor. New York Mail and Express.
A Pathetic Incident
Speaking of funerals , the pastor of a
rustic parish once told the historian of
a queer scene at a ceremony which he
conducted. It was a child who was
buried , and the mother was too ill to
jo to the grave. She was also misera-
) ly poor , and could afford no mourning.
And in order that things might be as
nearly fitting as possible , the poor
mother remained in beiTin the room in
which the last prayers were offered , and
lad a black shawl which was am on 2
jer belongings spread wide upon the
jed , to serve as a symbol of grief !
She was "dressed in mourning , "
ifter a fashion and those who saw her
endeavor were touched both by her be
reavement and by her pathetic"devotion
to conventionality Boston Record.
Mr. Ed. P. Wells , Thatis P. 0. , Stevens
Co. , Wash. Terr. , was entirely cured of
rheumatism by the use of St. Jacobs Oil.
He says : "I consider it a wonderful rem
edy aud will always speak a good word for
it. " .
"This beats me , " as the egg remarked
when it saw the spoon.
A sealskin sccque forthcBartholdi statue
would cost $275,483.
A patriot at Rochester , N. Y. , voted six
teen times before his trickery was discov
Architect Edmund Legendre , 419 Butter
street , San Francisco , Cal. , states that
having suffered for a long time with a
severe cough , and failing to obtain any re
lief from doctors and thennmerous prepar
ations he took , he became alarmed. Tried
Red Star Cough Cure , and one bottle en
tirely cured him.
A TImld Woman.
The most timid woman on record lives
on the East Side , and her husband is now
in Chicago on business. She refuses to sleep
alone , and her younger sister gives the fol
lowing account of the means employed to
avert danger : "She shuts and locks the
door , and then she bolts it at the top and
puts a chair against the door knob. Then
she puts Harry's revolver under her pillow ,
and a big dinner bell on a table alongside
the bed. Then she opens the window so
the neighbors can hear her scream , and
keeps the gas on , full head , all nicht. Then
she gets into bed and turns her face to the
wall and sleeps like a top. I wish some
thing would happen , just to see what she
would do. I know she'd be afraid to touch
the pistol , and it isn't loaded anyway , and
[ believe she'd be too weak to riug the bell ,
much less scream. "
The infant reason grows apace and calls
for one more application of that good
friend. Salvation Oil. which never disap
points but always kills pain.
Japan boats of a singing fish. It has
musical scales , we suppose.
"One Null Driven Out Another , "
is a French saying that finds exemplifica
tion in the wav one disease will substitute
itself for another and graver one , in very
many cases. Liverdieease for instancewill
soon induce blood disorders , throat ail-
mentH , skin affections and eventually , be
cause of impoverished blood , consumption
itself , unless , indeed , it be treated in its in-
cipiency and early progress by Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" which acts as
a specific in these ailments , accomplishing
a rapid cure by its powerful alterative ac
tion upon the great organs of the body.
Wipgius snys New England will have its
turn next when earthquakes appear.
Young or middle-aged men , suffering from
nervous debility and kindred weaknesses ,
should send ten cents in stamps for large
treatise giving successful treatment.
World's Dispensary Medical Association ,
Buffalo , X.Y.
Pensions called for § 14,000,000 during
Your Friend * Will Never Tell You ,
but perhaps somebody , ' who isn't your
fiiend , will , that your presence is rendered
offensive by the foul , fetid smell of your
lireath. Every word you utter , though it
be the very echo of wisdom and poetry , dis
gusts your hearers , and your laugh is pro-
[ luctive of anything but mirth to them. It
is a duty you owe , nob only to yourself , but
to f-ociety to remove this cause of offense.
D. Bilge's Catarrh Uemedy will heal the dis
eased mucous membrane , will bring relief to
yourself and others. Do not hesitate to
At the if mo nf the emancipation there
were 4,000,000 negroes in the United
JDo Not Forget That Carter' * Little
LiVEit PILLS cure rick headache , often in
Two hundied and sixty men have been
discharged from the Brooklyn navy yard.
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Things are ours that we may use them
for all , sometimes that we may sacrifice
For restoring youthful freshness and
color to gray hair , use Hall's Hair Renewer.
A neglected cough often terminates fatal
ly. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral affords speedy
Austria has tabooed the'poker game.
Did Francis Joseph get left on three aces ?
A Mr. Johnston , student of Omaha
Commercial College , is filling a lucrativo
position as book-keeper for A. D. Morse ,
Omaha's leading merchant.
F. J. Stimspn , "J. S. of Dale , " will make
his home in New York this winter.
"Consumption Can be Cured. "
Dr. J. S. COMBS. OWENSVILLB , Ohio.says :
"I have given SCOTT'S EMULSIO.V of Cod
Liver Oil with Hypophosphites to four
patients with better results than seemed
possible with any remedy. All were hered
itary cases of Lung diseases , and advanced
to that stage when Coughs , pain in the
chest , frequent breathing , frequent pulse ,
Fever and Emaciation. All these cases
have increased in weight from 16 to 28
Ibs. , and are not now needing any medi-
In the hands of lovely woman the COTT-
iiide is mightier than the slipper.
Excursions to the Winter Itesortn o
The Wabash , St. Louis & Pacific Ry. are
now selling round-trip tickets , good until'
June 1st , 1887 , at greatly reduced rates ,
to Mobile , New Orleans , Pensacola. Jack
sonville , Cedar Heya , and all the principal
points in the south. For further informa
tion and tickets , call on or write F. E.
Moore ? , Ticket Agent , or G. N. Clayton ,
Northwestern Passenger Agent , 1502 Far-
nam Street , Omaha , Neb.
It is only literary bees that visit the
2Tc.lUjBapalr of Lyon's Patent Heel Stlffencrs.
iniikis a iKKji or thoe Uai twice as Ion ; ; .
He is the greatest man who chooses the
right with invincible resolution.
A frowning face bespeaks a cloudy day
for the soul.
Mora than one hundred and twenty-five
thousand bottles ol Dr. JJull'a Cough Syrup
have been Bold by a single firm in Balti
more. Messrs , Win. H. Brown & Bro.
A good way to make children tell the
truth is to tell it yourself.
If nffllcted with Soro Eyes , use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 23o
It doesn't require a carpenter to con
struct a statistical table.
Carter's Little Liver Pills mny well be
termed "Perfection. " Their gentle action
and good effect on the system , really make
them a perfect little pill. They please those
who use them.
Two trains collided near Parker , Dakota.
Both engineers and firemen were killed.
Faithfulness is necessary in all kinds o
work. Especially is it necessary , in treat-
ins a cold , to procure the best remedy
which is Allen's Lung Balsam , and take i
fuithfully according to directions , and i
will cure a cold every time and preven
fatal results. Sold by all druggists at 25c
50c and $1.00 a bottle.
Poor and aged , mournful Bill Nye can
claim $100,000 as his own.
Tlic Cost of Ignorance.
Absence of knowledge of the fact tha
physical and mental weakness , indigestion
impure blood , and sick headache can b
averted by Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic , costs
millions of money annually for uncertaii
and unsellable decoctions.
'The hoodlum who stands by a friond is
as a lump-post , but lets useful to a city.
Iron In Olio or the IJlood'x Constituents
And the great tonic. Use CAKTEK'S
A good way io make childien tell th <
truth is to tell it yourself.
TESTID IIY TIMI : . For Tliront Diseases
Colds and Coughs , BROWN'S BRONCHIAL
Tiocins have proved their ellicucy by a
test of ninny yesirs. Sold only in boxes
It costs money to advertise , but it costs
more money not to advertise.
Among the people of to-day there are fc\v ,
indeed , who have not lieaid of the merits o
Prickly Asli Bark and Berries , as a house
liold remedy. Teas and drinks have beer
made of tlicm for centuries , and in litin
dreds of families have formed the sole roll
nnce in rheumatic and kijney dibeases.
Prickly Ash Bitters now taiJes the place o !
the old system and is more beneficial in all
troubles of this nature.
If we hope for what we are not likely to
possess , we act and think in vain.
More Kloiiey lor Your TVork.
Improve the good opportunities that are
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address at once and see for yourself.
An old school doctrine that the teacher
is a tyrant.
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