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8 THE OKAHA DAILY BEE : IMOKDAY. DECEMBER 1 , 1890.
WHERE COUC111NC IS A CRIME. Tcmrista "When on the Continent Should bo Very Careful , LOOK OUT FOR EUROPEAN ROYALTY. Protccllni * Monarchy From Insult A. Count Sent to Siberia Tor a 1'lioulitIcBH Utterance at a Unit. The recent trial nnd ncquittnl ol n Now York merchant , Meyer .lonnsson , in Berlin , Germany , on n charge of sneering at or about Emperor William , and the arrest of the editor of the Gothn Tngblntt for n disrespectful remark concerning - corning i'rlnco Fordinand of IJulg.irla , cnll attention to the risk which Amer icans traveling abroad Incur , who full to acqualntthomsolves with the Inwngalnst the peculiar olTcnso known as losa majostas , or literally , tlio wounding ol majesty. ! Mr , Jonasson was accused ol simply saying : "I cough at your om > poror. " lie had not Bald It , but it coat him faovoml hundred dollars , and isoino unpleasant oxpcrloncoln n police cell to provo Hint ho did not huvo u cough on the occasion in question. Und ho boon found guilty ho would huvo boon sent to jnll for n number of months perhaps n your mid lito In a Gorman jail , especi ally for any ono wlio has metaphorically couched or spit at his Imperial m-ijeaty , is not on the L'ldlow stroat boarding house plan , says the Chicago Herald , The disclpllno is mostsovoro and torture is permitted for the subjection of refrac tory prisoners. The American who travels abroad should bo careful , there fore , not to have a spasm of coughing when any specimen ol Gorman royalty happens to bo around , and as German sovereigns are quito numerous nnd blessed , with numerous sisters , cousins nnd aunts , It is well to bo exceedingly careful of tongue nnd throat while traveling through the kaiser's domin ions. ions.Tho The prosecution of the editor of the Gotha Tagblntt has added now and ap palling terror to the doctrine of lese xnnjoslns. Heretofore it 1ms boon Bup- posed that only the sovereign and his immediate family were within range of the law ; but the Gotha editor happened to sny something unpleasant about Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria , who Is only second cousin or something- that sort to the duke of Saxo-Coburg-Gotha _ ; nnd presto , ho was hauled before the court on the charge of wounding the ma jesty of tho' reigning family. Now it ap pears that the hou&o of Gotha Is rolatciu , uy blood or marriage , to nearly nil the ruling- houses of Europe , and , in fact , nil .thoso kings and queens and emperors mo interlaced together in such a way that they would bo considered , in ordi nary life , us ono connection , Tor in stance , the queen of Enplnml is grand mother to the Gorman emperor ; slio is also mother-in-law to n slbtor of the Rus sian cnr , and sister-in-law to the duke of Gotha. She Is related , more or less , to the kings of Belgium , of Denmark , of Greece , to the royal house of Sweden , through Denmark to tlio Austrian court , through the widowed Stephanie , ami to the king of Portugal , through eomo round-about con nection of that house with tlio Coburgs ; while her grandson , the kaiser , lias eoino relationship to the king of Hol land , or at least to the prince , who , upon the death of the Dutch king , would bo lioir apparent to Queen 'Wilhohninn. Prince Fordinand ol Bulgaria and the hereditary prince of SnxoMciningcn nro also union ; , ' her relations , as well as other of the lessor reigning princes. Dom Pedro , the ox-emperor of Brazil , us a kinsman of the Coburgs , should bo included , and the comto do Paris , claim ant to the thronoof franco , is father-in- law to the king of Portugal , So all thcso royalties are BO mingled through intor-marrlago that Europe may almost 1)0 ) fcnid to bo ruled by a number of fami lies united in ono and forming a far more powerful dynastic combination than over existed in the world's history ; for in olden times kings and queens often chose their consorts from among tholr subjects , and each royal house main tained Its distinct individuality. Now when one looks , for Instance , at a pic ture of the young German emperor , ho sees George III starting from behind one side of the canvas , and the late Kaibor William from the other nldc. The distinctive Hohonzollorn features have a given plnco to a mongrel of Ilnnoveriii and Prussian , with u strain of the ancient Stuart , As Europe , therefore , is virtually ruled by ono family , the man who dares to joke on European soil about any mom- be r of the family incurs n serious risk. Two Frenchmen were traveling vo contly through the territory of a Ger man princeling when ono of them re marked that the prince , who was taking a walk around his kingdom to got up an nppotlto for breakfast , had a largo noso. "O no. " replied the other , "it ,1s com- niun' " ( common ) . "You mean'connno deux1 ( like two ) , " was the witty reply. The joke was overheard and cost tlio week's ' incarceration. In jokur a anoth er instance , Anderson IIcolls , an En glishman , made n remark in .Munich recently in regard to the insanity of King Otto of B.ivnrhi. Otto is not only liibano , but under confinement as a luna tic , and allowed to Indulge in the mur derous pleasantry of , us ho supposes , shooting pheasants from his castle" wall , countrymen being trained and well paid to drop at every discharge of his actual ly harmless weapon. All this is well known , yet to allude , except in u distant and dulicato manner , to the royal malady is a criminal olTonso ns Jlr. Ileolh learned when ho was confined for a day nnd night in tlto cells occupied by suspected thieves nnd other law-breakers. Only the energetic medi ation of friends saved him from a worse fate. Nor is it safe to speak ill of n prince because you are some distance nwny from the dominions of his immediate family. As above stated , nearly all the sovereigns ol Europe nro nt least cousins to caoli other and are vigilant in protecting encli other from vulgar criticism. It is dllll cult for nn American to imagine , for hi st mice , the condition of affairs thai mnkes it a crime to bay that prince 01 this princess is not half so smart us her < or she might bo ; or duke somebody with a long name and short bank au count , is a fussy and pompous individual , Yet it is the actual situation on the con tincnt of Kuropo , The law of lose innjestus follows the traveler from Cuhiii to the uttermost bounds of Siberia , ant however much monnrchs maydltToroi Borne questions , they uro united as tc the wisdom of enforcing this gag 01 freedom of speech , Ono of the most cruel instances of tin enforcement of this arbitrary law was ii relation to the late Prineo Rudolph o Australia , the heir apparent to Urn crown , who shot himself or was shot b ; au angry husband in consequence ot i dUgrncoful affair with n worn in. The prince , who WM noted for his Inck of honor and scrunloln such mtitters , chose a" peasant girl of Slyrln. for ono of his victims. Ho encountered the girl while shooting chninoU nerzbcg and caused her to bo lured to Vienna. The girl's father , tin honest mountaineer , learned of the abduction and in his anguish called down the malediction of heaven on the princely reprobate. To got rid of him lie was arrested on a charge of In sulting royally , put through a mock trial and hurried away to the Gnliclnn mines. Ueforo many months , however , Rudolph's dissipation's led to hta mys terious and tragic , death ; nnd the old mountaineer was avenged. The present kaiser of Germany was n bosom friend and associate of Hudolph-nnd they often joined in innocent and , perhaps , other Kind of snorts. To this dny ho will nor- mil no disparaging utterance regarding his dead companion nnd ho not long ago giatlllcdtho Austrian emperor by the prompt court martial and dc-gradiitlon of a German lieutenant who was made to make anoll'onsivo allusion to Rudolph's demise. In Russia the law of lese inajestas hns reached its highest European develop ment Indeed , in that country , to make a disparaging remark about the c/ar is treason and punished with the knout , if the olTondor is a person of low degree , and Siberia If the prisoner Is of respect able condition. In either case the penalty Is death , the punishment of the knout bointr quicker and perhaps more terrible. The instance of Count Oalklno- Driescn is ono of the most noteworthy in recent Russian history. "While at a ball in St. Petersburg ho was overheard to make a remark , Intended to bo jocular , about the late eznr and Princess Uolgorouki. Nothing was said to him that night , but the following day the count disappeared. A carriage had called for him at his residence ; ho had gone on urgent business , and that was the last known of him by his family. Application at the police olllco elicited a shrug of ignorance. As a matter of fact , the regular police were ignorant of his fate , although they had evidently re ceived a hint from a quarter not to bo disobeyed that it was none of tholr busi ness. The count was in the hands of the secret police , that body of political agents more terrible than the sules of the Venetian Council of Ten , because the power behind them is bo much more far-reaching. It is the head of thlsforco , General Sliokedo , who has recently been promoted by the czur to a scat in the imperial senate in reward for his utterly unscrupulous subserviency to the autocrat of all the Russins. Where Count Gnlklno-lMesen was temporarily immured is not known , for ho never came back to tell the story. His faith ful wife died of grief nnd anxiety , and his youthful son , frowned on by the authorities , but always without any ex planation as to the cause , sought to drown his recollections in Parisian dissi pation. A few years after the count's disappearance , aud when the present czar had arrived at the throne , some thing of the truth came to light. An escaped Siberian exile brought to Zurich , with the story of his experience , word of a noble Russian whom ho had soon In the chain gang at Tomak , and who im parted to him that ho was the Count Galkino-DHcson , punished for no cause that ho could think of , unless it was a thoughtless remark to his partner of the dance at a ball in St. Petersburg. The two exiles were interrupted before the count had time to tell his story. A dny later , for some alleged act of insubordi nation , the count was drafted to the Sagllen mines , and that , the escaped Siberian suid , meant at the best ono year more of mortal existence. In Rus sia no ono who regards his liberty of life dare breathe an utterance that might seem derogatory to the autocrat who holds the lives and fortunes of more than one hundred million in the hollow of his hand and whoso predecessors huvo had their despotism tempered only , as the saying'is , by assassination. The secret police report directly to the czar. Their operations are irre spective and independent of the regular tribunals , and if an olTondor arrested for political reasons is occasionally tried be fore an ordinary court it is only as a matter of form and to concede something to the public opinion of the rest of the world , for there is no public opinion in Russia. As a rule , when a person sus pected of hostility to the government is arraigned for trial under the provisions of law applying to general crimes it Is after the secret police have satisfied themselves that they have made n mistake - take and that their suspicions nro en tirely groundless. Then they bring the victim before u court as a most conven ient method of discharging him with some appearance of regularity. In Russia , it may bo added , the law ol lese inajestas is broadly interpreted 0.1 applying not only to the imperial family but ( . ( Hill public ofllcials. For a Jew cs' pocially it is a high crime to fail tc salute a Russian olllcor of any authority , high or low , and within a few weeks at : olHcial who thought that a Jew did nol show him proper respect had him tied up nnd lashed so cruelly with theknoul tliut the olllcinl's own wife bogged him to spare the man , who , but for this in- torcs'.lon . , would have perished undei ths blows. This is one of the many well' authenticated instances of horrible cru elty toward the Jews in llussia. The proverb says' that a cat may look at t King ; but"a Jew may not look nt t Russian otllcial except in the humbles' ' way. In Turkey , also , the utmost respect ii exacted for the sultan's majesty. Dur Ing the late riots In Constantinople tlu Armenian patriarch narrowly escapee with his life , and several persons wen killed and injured , hut the only act o the rioters doomed worthy of death wa that they hud torn down a picture of tin sultan. To American minds this doctrine o lese inajestas is very repugnant and vor ; strange , and yet it is considered as on < of the main props of European thrones Once made ridiculous by the hitini tongue and cnustlo pen , tlio emperors kings and kinglets would-soon llnd thoi thrones slipping from under. It is th glory of our free republic that \vo en make all the fun wo like ot our mngU trates without losing duo respect for thi otllens that the sovereign people have be stowed on its selected servants. OaeaiaMllHoojot Homos o loan the standard. I'lUUKIJH. Tlio Prominent I'nrt They Piny in Modern Novell. The last generation , to go no farther bnck , 1ms witnessed an extraordinary collection of books , centering about the chief origin to this great Intellectual activity , snys the Atltnntlc Monthly. Any ono who will compare such a book ns Flcotwood's "Llfo of the Savior , " with Farrnr's or Edorsholm's "Llfo of Christ" will BOO nt n glance the differ ence in the attitude of the writers. Now it was inevitable that when the art , as dominated by Protestant thought atid relieved of formal church patronage , shoiihl ngain approach biblical subjects , and especially the central subject , it should express itself In more exact term's whether the form was pictorial or literary. Not merely the education of the artists , but tlio education of the spectators , has compelled Mr. Hotmail limit to make his "Christ in the Tom pie. " his "Flight into Egypt , " and hi "Wounded in the House of His Friends- scrupulously oxnctnrclucologieally. Mr. Ford Alndox Brown , if ho css.iyes to portray tray the raising of the Shunnmlto's son , does not for a moment think of disclos ing the Interior of a Manchester house , with a Church of England clergyman to act the part of Eltshn , as his Venetian , or Florentine , or Nethorlnnd predeces sors in the snmo Held might have done , mutatis mutandis. 15ut nowadays it is not pictorial art , it is literary art , which is likely to busy Itfaolf with Scriptural subjects , partly because the whole drift of training for painters is in other di rections , but more because the literary artist is surer of an audience than the palntor is of spectators. The first form of literary art to feel the influence of which wo have boon speaking was the poetic and dramatic. Longfellow's "Ghrlstus"ln its lirst division , several of Browning's and Story's poems occur at once as oxntnples. But as there are a hundred successful novels to ono Biiccorsful poem , though there probably are nearly nq many persons who in secret think they can write poems at there are who openly profess an ability to write stories , the form of fiction is that which ui.iy bo counted on as most likely to engage the attention of these who lay hold of that great body of material which lies in and about tho'blblo for the purposes of their art. The way has been made plain by the abundant biographical studies which have appeared. Those have ncoustomed the reading public to n treatment of the biibjects detached from a strict biblical form. From a life of the Christ which builds up n conjectural youth out of two or throe texts of Scripture for a founda tion and a vast amount of Judaic lore for u superstructure it is but a step to a story which imagines the same period without the necessity of a constantly guarded "From our knowledge of other Jewish youths wo may suppose , " etc. There have been several stories of late which , with more or less boldness , oc cupy this field of Now Testament life and character.Vo took occasion upon its appearance to speak briefly of the ono which was most in the public oyo. General "Wallace's "lion Ilur. " Proba bly the success of that novel had some thing to do with the multiplication of its class , but wo have tried to show that some such manifestation was to bo looked for in the promises. It is noticeable - able that , so far , thcbo books refrain from making the central figure of all humanity the central figure , convention ally , of a piece of fiction. For so much reserve lot ns bo thankful. But wlrit the novelist gains in decorum by such a method ho loses in art. There can be no middle cholco between a deliberate converging of all lines toward this center - tor , slnoo center it already is in the reader's mind by an irresistible force of association and a moro ( illusive treat ment. The author of "tien Hur , " with tv correct instinct , clearly had this in mind , and strove to di minish the actual presence of the Christ as a character in his story , leav ing him rather an influence. "So , too , with n somewhat similar purpose , evi dently , Mr. Urooks , in his story , "A Son of Issachar , " scarcely introduces the Christ at all , though many of the scenes take place about him , and now nnd then ho appears as an actor. Kov- cronco is the soul of great art , nnd no ono can miss It out of his own nature and expect others to find it in his work. 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