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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1880.
IE DULY BULLETIN.
ITURY HOHWrH9 (I)KUAT MOmTlDI.
1 r-.olntirn of nnT XDfiil V in
!y Mornlnff Dally In Southern Illinois.
hvMAL PAPER OK CITY AND COUNTY.
VsiMflu), wnrA IntrmlilPoi! Into En?-
jTlio first Atlnutio cable was laid An-
tst 12, 1867.
The ncrcopo of wheat in the United
ates nggri-gatcs 80,000,000. .
Tlifi Sultan enrourngos tailors by
lying tlireo liiiiuireu ami mxiy-uvo
iu a year.
Ahnnt nnpliuiidrod thousand watches
e sold every mouth iu tho United
jSineo tho discovery of petroleum in
59 Pennsylvania lias produced uj,-
2,o:i!) barrels ol crude oil, valued ni
The population of the district of Co-
mbia. as oflicially civen, is 1Y7,GH8.
Jbout one-third of tho number are col-
Althoutrh Tirmor collars have to a
cat extent gone out of use within the
st ten years, 200,000,000 of them are
w manufactured annually.
Rsmenv! has three violins, of which
no is a Stradivarins, called tho Trin-
ss, and valued at $5,000; another,
.lied tho Prince, is an Amati. of the
Lma vnlne: and the third, called the
fwn Prince, and used for parlor play-
2, valued ai yj.uuu, was mane oy iur.
dton of New York, who -works so
owly and so carefully that should bo
ork till very old, ho would complete,
i 1 r r. i
is sum, oniy micuu viuhiin,
The London Times makes this statc-
ent of the progress of Great Britain
fid Ireland in the last ten years:
topttlation haa Increased 11 per cent-
evenue " "
ubllo wealth SO ' '
btninerce 13 "
flipping - 18 "
lextila manufactures 2S " "
Iinerali V " "
ailway traffic 4S " "
oitoffica 45 11 "
;hooli 122 " "
nhlicmorality 13 " "
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PROP. POBIEB'S DEEAM.
From tue French of Krckmann-C'liatrlan.
Last Sunday afternoon, ni) malil
eorvant having gone out to vespers, and
tho heat of, the day toward three o'clock
being overpowering, I foil asleep read
Sly window opened upon the Charter
house garden; the rustling of the leaves
vaguely to my ears; a light breath of
air caressed my cheeks. Suddenly, in
a dream, I saw myself transported to
the banks of tho Ganges, not far from
1 was sitting in tho shado of a great
tamarind tree; the sacred river rolled
before mo like a lake, whito with light,
and upon its banks an immenso forest
of palms, bananas, and other exotic
plants spread itself, whoso lances, par
asols, and fans mingled together us far
as the eye could reach.
And while 1 contemplntcd in wonder
ment this splendid landscape, a slight
noiso in the leaves over my head drew
my attention. I looked up and saw
guess what I saw!
1 saw myself, Nicholas Poirior, pro
lessor of philosophy at tho College of
r-aint Suzanne, in tlio form of a eliini- j
panzer, hanging by one of my paws to
the lower branch of tlio tamarind tree,
and making faces at myself.
Judge of my astonishment!
Comprehending directly that my body
ka.d dissevered itself from my soul, ai.d
was capering about in tho lonely forest,
1 was in consternation.
"If it wanders off into the depths of
tho wood," I said to myself, "it will
never return, and I shall remain hero
alone, wiih my nietaphvsics and noth
ing else to console nie.
Tho thoughts made me shudder. I
wanted to Himmon niv Not -me- to re
sume immediately its accustomed place,
but tho fear of frightening it modified
my ideas, and with a conciliatory tone,
I said to it:
Come! come! mv dear Nicholas,
consider does that posture suit the
dignity of your character!' uugni a
professor of 'philosophy to suspend him
self from the branch of a tree? Is it
proper? Come, my friend, come back
But the chimpanzee, after replying to
me bv two or three grimaces, said:
"Ah! now. do vou take mo for a fool,
proud and stupid spirit? 1 descent from
my tree to seat myvelf again in your old
arm-chair, and wear out my eyes in de
ciphering silly stories! Ah, you know
me little if you reckon on that. No, no!
I am very well on my tree, and here I
stay until the fancy takes me to get
down and munch a lew aimonus or
treat myself to a coeoanut. That's
what suits me. You! do what you like,
discuss, dream, babble; that is your
affair. I have had enough of it."
At this impertinent answer I had a
mind to be angry, but for tho second
time reflecting that this would not be a
good way to bring back the Not-me, I
resolved to convince it bv the force of
logic, and in softened accents cried:
"I comprehend, mv dear Nicholas,
tho wish for liberty which has taken
possession of you; the desire to stretch
yourself was natural enough, after be-
ing luuiy yours iu rest. iui tuia uiieu
is enough. You should listen to rea
son. Come, my friend, come,"
"Hear me," interrupted thft chim
panzee. "For a long time 1 have known
what you keep in store for me; that you
distinguish between yourself and me;
who aro your own body and your own
life; that you propose to survive me,
after having made me work and sweat
to satisfy your vanity. You have told
me so a liundred times, winie we were
together under the same envelope. You
have said to me, 'You, bocJy, shall die;
you shall turn to dust, after being bur-
;.. i 1... ...t T -..!..:.. I
leu I'eremuiiiminrj , uut i, riiru, i urn
of another essence than yours; my es
sence is one and indivisible; it is im
npnrtal, outside of space and time; tinio
cannot affect it. You, you were made
to be eaten by worms.' is it true? Did
you say so:'
1 could not deny it, my body having
lived with me fifty years in the most in
timate confidence, and, besides, l had
taught the thing professionally in the
lecture-room, according to the pro
gramme of tho university. I could not,
therefore, dispute tho fact, and tho
chimpanzee, seeing me enibarassed, re
commenced making faces at me, giv
ing forth peals of laughter with an air
I lost patience.
"Aro you coming down directly?" I
cried. "I am tired of all this talk. It
is I who command, 1 tho spirit; and
matter ought to obey."
"You have told nie so a hundred
times," said the ape. sneeringly, "and
I wns stupid enough to believe you.
But times are changed. Stay in your
arm-chair. I am going to skip awny,
swing on tho vines, uudtry to find some
pretty monkey to beautify my exist
ence." At this threat a shudder of horror
seized me; and, softening my voice, I
"Well, then, yes! I have said wiiat
lias been repe'atud for six thousand
years: It is clear that the body turns
to dust, but that it is not my fault; it is
a fact, and every reasonable animal
must submit to positive material facts.
What is the use of struggling? That is
evident to the senses. But the spirit,
invisible, impalpable, is necessarily im
On hearing this, mv chimpanzee burst
into endless' roars of laughter, chatter
ing his teeth and repeating:
"The soirits is immortal! immortal!
Ila! ha! La! that's a good joke! immor
Ho slapped his thighs and went into
8ueh convulsions that I was afraid of
seeing him fall from the tree, anil be
gan to cry out:
"Honk yourself on, animal! Hold
yourself faster. With your extrava
gances you will end hy breaking your
neck, and I i here, without n body,
v hat will become of me? How shall' 1.
get up before my scholars and mako
them recognize me?"
These reasons appeared to affect th
ape, for ho was inlcresU'd iu his per
servation as much as 1. Then, having
calmed himself, he continued:
"You are immortal, and I mut dis
appear! Yet wo have but one '1.' l'or
fifty years wo hnvo been working to
gether for thn development of this 'I,'
both of us. 1 liave sulfered. as well in
you, the privations which were needed
for your greatness. Haven't wo had to
riasfi dav and night digging Inlo Latin,
reek, Hebrew, and Sauscrll, without
speaking of living languages, to get
your chair of philosophy. And now I
must perish, whilo vou will survivo mo
in existence of unalterable satisfaction
and felicity for ever and everP Coma,
now, that is contrary to common senso.
Where would be tho eternal justico of
which you are always talking?"
My spirit, having no other answer to
mako, tried: "shut up!" But, directly,
feeling tho necessity of wheedling this
Biibtle animal by somo sort of reasouing,
"Your physical sufferings wero noth
ing in comparison with my intellectual
and moral sufferings. Besides, they
were compensated by a host of pleas
ures suited to your nature. I never re
fused you anything. As soon as my
means permitted, I put on you a lino
brown suit of clothes, patent-leather
shoes, according to thotasut you have
always shown; waist coats, fashionable,
cravats, tho latest trowsors were not
lacking to vou for vanity was as great
as mine. You had to havo white linen,
ornaments to your watch-chain things
which 1 could have done without, but
for you. And your lovo of good living.
1 never saw tho liko. Haven't wo
shouted and sung and fensted at tho
Prado, at the Chaiimicre? How many
sausages with sourkrout, slices of ham,
and crawfish haven't you swallowed at
tho Strnsburg Brewery, La Harpo
Street? Have I ever reproached you in
tho least? Even when my pockets wero
empty, and Iliad to go on tick, did I
hesitatoP I do not speak of the innu
merable pints of beer which have gouo
down your throat; they would piako
thousands of kegs if you would reckon
them up. And the cigars, and tho mu
sic, nnd the theatre and all tho rest."
My chimpanzee half shut his eyes im
patiently. "Good!" said he, "you nev
er refused anything to yourself, either,
and a thousand times you havo depriv
ed mo of tho greatest necessaries in or
der to adorn your library with some
new book and satisfy your vain curiosi
ty. In the early days, especially, I had
to pass winters without a fire; my fin
gers numb with cold and my stomach
"I suffered from it more than you.
Your privations enfeebled mo, and tho
fear of losing you gave me a fever."
"Ah! ' cried the rascally ape, "to bo
so afraid you must have been not quito
suro of surviving me. ' Say what you
will, we shall end together; you snail
not survive me a second. When I sleep,
wo both lose tho sense of tho 'I;' when
I begin to wako up, you dream, you
babble; when; I open my eyes, you re
vive; when I am sick and you suspect
the filighest dangerous injury to me, you
do not know what Baint to pray to.
Go! your ease is as clear as mine; soothe
yourself with your darling illusions, wo
shall none the less depart arm-iu-ann."
Ho stopped, aqd seeing me reduced
to silence, the animal went on with re
"Formerly, in tho time of the Egyp
tians, I was embalmed after my death,
and remained hundreds of years in
the condition of a mummy. It was a
just tribute to my amices; the honor of
being enveloped in consecrated ban
dages and stuffed with rare perfumes
consoled mo a little for tho loss of life.
But at present you disdain me; you
think to elevate yourself by despising
your body. For all that it is only a
comedy on your part. Do you remem
ber our rheumatism in the stomach,
when Dr. Boniface gave us both up? I
could hardly help laughing, in spite of
the sadness of the moment, at your
looks when you received tho last conso
lations of this terrcstial world; the big
Latin words served out to you had not
the appearance of reassuring you much
as to your final lot, and for the sake of
keeping mo two or three years more
you would not have hesitated a minute
to sacrifice your eternal life. Come,
own up; be honest toyourself. Is it true?"
I was confounded at his impudence;
then, with a movement of indignation
nnd as a last resource, and striking my
breast, I cried:
"I think; therefore, I am."
Artd t he chimpanzee imitating my
gesture and caressing his stomach, jeer
"I digest; therefore I am. One can
doubt everything except that one di
gests; for to doubt ono must digest,
doubt being a phase of good diges
tion." So much audacity deserved chastise
ment. I rose to bring the rascal to his
senses, when I perceived in the deep
shadow of tho leaves a moving object.
Looking closer, I recognized the Hat
head of one of those enormous serpen!
of the Ganges marshes, with whom apes
are a favorite dainty. His tail loosened
itself from the tip of the the tamarind
tree, and his scaly belly glided undu
lating in silence down to tho lower
branches. A cry of horror burst from
my very bowels:
'"Look out!" '
And the chimpanzee, perceiving from
the corner of his eye the fearful reptile,
made a prodigious leap.
It was too late; the python had fol
lowed him lik a dart, and I heard his
bones cracking, when my maid-servant
returning from vcspers.opcned the door,
"Did you call, sir?"
What 'luck! I seemed to feel all the
hairs on my body stand on end, and I
"Nothing, Jeannette, nothing; I only
"See, for all that, th" emotions to
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