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ELY BROTuEKS, Druuclatg, Utvego, N- T.
Two Peeps at fclani.
It is not a lon circuit from the gato
of the Captain's' garden to that of tho
famous temple, but even that short
distance shows us a few sights which
would bo sufliciently amnzing In any
other part of tho world. A native
house is gravely coming up tho river
by itself, tho father steering it with a
long oar, whilo tho children watch its
progress from the ladder leading down
Into tho water from the veranda. Under
the shade of a lingo banyan tree, half
a dozen bare-limocd, dusky Siamoso
boatmen aro playing a kind of aborigi
nal lawn-tennis, using thoir feet in
stead of their hands to keep up
ball. Just beyond them, a small
tivo child, with nothing on tit tho
namontal wreath whififi finniivloa
bristlv tuft of lilnclf 1 iir nnrnimintinir
its otherwise shaven head, is admiring
a magnificent butterfly, almost as largo
as a sparrow. A littlo further on a
group of amphibious youngsters aro
playing in tho thick, greasy, soap-colored
water, as Western children might
play on land, whilo just across tho
river wo espy a flotilla of light canoes
laden with fruit and vegetables, and
manned by Siamoso market-women,
who keep up a perputual clamor of
bargaining as shrill as a chorus of an
Jiut tho moment wo pass tho deep,
lowbrowed gateway ail this vanishes
as if it had never been. With ono strido
wo go from tho present to tho past.
Tho mighty ruins that start up through
masses of clinging foliage, in tho
depths of tho Java forests, could hard
ly look more lonely and forsaken than
this strange old fortress of Eastern su
perstition. Upon every foot of its
damp, 6limy courtyard, its gaffed,
crumbling walls, Its storm-worn pil
lars, its dark, tomb-liko galleries, its
voiceless cells and shattered images,
lies tho brand of grim and irrevocable
"Tho frntcwnv rf the IJariiiceMo uro choked
with fallen leave,
And In the halls of Aztumit her web tho epld-
The Jackal and tho serpent now their mid-
nlirht vitrila keep
Where Nadir, lord of East and West, once
revuicd Hiid drank deep,"
II; filic Curled Hit Hair.
She was a very pretty girl, tastefully
dressed, and her brown haircurlod and
rolled alio'.tl luir low white forehead in
a way that w:is entrancing, consider
ing how hot tho weather was, and now
many fair locks that had been curled
that morning were hanging in straight
hiring. over the f tir owner's eyes, "it,
was warm in church, too, and fans
were rattling in every sal. There
were lots of Hies about" but people seat
ed in her Immediate vicinity were
Pleased to notice thai thev all assem
b oil and hovered around tho pretty
pi. and only the young man who sat
beside her was troubled occasionally
by thoiluiiM,(.slt.,.l,I.s llmt 8,10 j '
t ontlv brushed irom her face when
they becimn! unbearably annoyin". At
tho conclusion of Um servico the pretty
girl and her escort walked out with the
mt of the congregation, UI)lI lll0
man was heard to exclaim, "l'.y (j'orgol
did you ever see so many Mfii Nuij
and Noll replied in smothered 'nnd re
morseful tones: "Did you notico them,
FredP I doclaro I xirill never try thai,
again; I curled my hair with sugar and
water this morning." And then the
flies discovered their departing victim
In tho fhrong. mid with an exciting
buzz niudo for her. It doesn't do for
oven a pretty girl to bo too ly,l'ruvi
TH Hi DAILY
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PnMiaher and I'rourletor,
WIT AM) IIUiUOK.
Thoy used to say "crazy ns a bod
ling," but tho revised version hath it
"crazy as a budquilt."
An Indiana baby, born during a tor
riblo storm, has been named (.'velonia,
In tho coming years her husband may
iinnk the name very appropriate.
A drinking man, upon reading in a
novel that the heroino'rt beautiful face
"colored with pleasure," said: "Now I
know what's the matter with my
Which is the most cosily, a horso or
a bicycle? Jkatkr. The lirst cost is
often about the same; the difference- in
the costs afterward depends on the rel
ative price of arnica and oats, l'hilu
(h ljihia Call.
"Will you have some soup or fish?"
asked the waiter of a stranger. "No,
Kir: bring nie some meat, pertaters ami
cdIVv." After he had finished his meat,
pertati rs and colly, he leaned back in
his chair ami said': "Now you kin bring
in your soup and lish if y'ou want to,
but yon shouldn't go trilling with a
Kansas City man when he's hungry."
Should live. Two men met on tho
river bank. "I have eomo hgro to com
mit suicide," said one. "So have I,"
replied the other. "I borrowed a lot of
money and can't pay it back, so 1 have
decided to end my "life." "I declare
this is strange, l' have decided to kill
myself because I failed to borrow mon
ey. I've got enough for the drinks.
Such conscientious men should live."
"Come on." Arkansaw Travdir.
"Yaas," said an old setllcr, "wo ran
horses in Texas." "Then you take an
interest in the noble sport?0 asked the
stranger. "I was engaged in a boss
race some years ago in which I took a
right smart interest ?" "Running
race?" "Hit war." "Mv.e or half
mile track?" "Hit war a fifty milo
- (rack, stranger. Texas is a big state?"
"A (ifly mile track! I never heard of
such a thing. And did you win?"
"You bet!" "How much did' you win?"
"1 won the boss, stranger."
A blue-eyed girl went into the music
store and said: "Have you any easy
Uoston-l'rovidenee pieces for begin
ners." "What aro lioston-Provideneo
pieces?" asked the astounded clerk.
"Pieces without any runs in them," ex
plained the blue-eyed girl, sweetlj.
The clerk gasped, and then handed
down a piece in nine sharps, the scoro
of which included two basses and was
full of short stops, lie said ho thought
that would catcher as it was pitched
At a wine parly of young men at one
of l he colleges, notes of apology were
handed in from two of the proposed
guests, who were unable to attend, ow
ing to the death of their father. A
voting gentleman, heir to a considera
ble property, who had been partaking
freely of the hospitalities of the festive"
board, suddenly burst into tears. "Was
this dear old gentleman a friend of
yours?" asked the sympathetic host.
"No, no, it's not that," sobbed the
guest; "only I was just thinking -everybody's
father dies but mine!"
The oilier evening a young rough on
a New York street car wouldn't pay
bis fare and used bad language. A
white-bearded passenger remonstrated
with him. "Come oil' the car, vou old
duller," roared the wicked voutli, "and
I'll kick you." The old duller got off
tho car, but when it came to kicking
the boot proved to be on the oilier leg!
The young man was led to the statitm
house by tho ear. He had waked up
the wrong passenger. The while-bearded
gentleman was Police Superintend
ent Walling. Wukrlmry American.
"Patronizing a peddler." An elder
in one of the churches was last week
making up a club of subscribers to a
Sunday-school paper. In his rounds ho
pallet! at a house where he found n little
girl of 7 at home. Ho explained Iris er
rnd to her, hoping to get her name on
the list, and she replied: "Well. I'll ask
mother, and I'm quite sure she'll five
me the money, for she says we tnu.st
patronize the peddlers who come alone
or they will bo driven to steal aiiU
rob." Ho hasn't gone bark to seo if
she suceeeded.--7cfroi itc l'rm.
Seafaring party-"D0 you believe in
this ere thought reading, sir, what wo
ear so much of in London?" Tourist
"Well-er-I don't know. Don't
think I do much; do von believe in it?"
Seafaring party-"In course I does, sir.
V r instance, 1 knows pretty well what
you r thinking of now.'' Tourist-"In-tleed!
What do you suppose I'm think
ing of now?" Seafaring pari v "Well,
begging your pardon, it strikes mo you
are thinking ns how this 'ere old party
might take it kindly if vou was to ask
him what he'd take to drink." Tourist
is in for it.-London Fun.
Two Austin gentlemen, Colonel Yer
ger ami Sam Pass, were talking about
thecomparative Intelligence of animals.
"I think that a horso is the most intelli
gent animal," said Colonel Yerger.
"No, sir tho horso Is not. Tho rat is
tho shrewdest and sharpest little ani
mal I know of. It has u wonderful
power of discrimination. The rat nev
er sets liro to a Htoro by nibbling ut tho
matches, until everything Is Insured for
moro than its vah.o. A rat who is in
that lino of business Is tdiarpor than a
lire Insurance agent with a sixty-ouneo
bruin ami thirty years' experience. "
Jones-"I tell you what It is, thcro is
nothing like having a highly educated
wire. Smith-"i am a great admirer
of cultivated women myself, and hope
when I marry I will get one." "Tako
no other, my friend, tako no other.
lf; t kow how much unpleasant
';hs I lmvo escaped on account of my
vv. um aeeompliHhmonts." ,0 ,10't
qu o catch your drift." "Well, tho
li m inio she gave me a curtain lecture
I whispered to h,.r umt tho servants
OAIUO BULLETIN; FBI DAY MPKNINU NQYEMBEK
might ovorheat', (so, over sjuco that
she has done her scolding in French.1'!
"A good idea, certainly, but how dou.J
that relievo you?" "I don't under-'
stand tho language." I
Mrs. Colonel Yerger, of Austin ave
nuo, recently hired a colored girl
named Matilda Snowball, but slio
was only in tho house a few dtivs when
sho wascaughtstealingmoney. "You're
a nico one, "said Mrs. Yerger, indig
nantly; "you ought to bo ashamed of
yourself. You hardly get into the house
before you begin to steal money." "I
know hit hain t rightterbeginsosoon,"
was tho reply. "I was gwinter wait a
week or so 'lore I tuck somelin', but do
gemman what's payin' mo 'tensions am
runnin for oilico on do reform ticket,
an' ho says ho has to hub money for do
campaign 'spences, no matter whar hit
comes from. ' Texas Siflings.
Tho delicacy of English wit is some
thing that tho American mind fails to
appreciate. An English weekly offered
a prize of jCI for tho cleverest oiiginal
anecdote that ould bo sent it, nnti tho
following secured the money: "I was
out at a small dinner party ono evening
recently. A boy, evidently irom tho
greengrocer's shop, had been enaed
to do the waiting. When ho placed
two dishes of tarts before the hostess,
she, probably thinking it not correct to
know what was coming, asked: "What
are these, James?" Whereupon the
boy, pointing first to ono dish and then
to the other, replied: "Them's a penny
each, and them s two for three half
pence." This is the way that a New York girl
tries to drive a tandem at Newport hi a
yeJIow village cart. When her leader
is not around behind tho cart investi
gating her hat and smelling tho bunch
of grass if is adorned with, to see if it is
real and worth nibbling at, ho is gyra
ting off toward one of the hedges which
line the road on either side, to the im
minent danger of the pedestrians, or
gazing mildly around in a reproachful
a ud deprecatory manner at tho wheel
horse, who keeps prodding him in tho
sides and rear with the ends of tho
shafts, while the fair Amphitryon keeps
pulling and tugging and jerking at tho
reins, increasing the trouble every min
ute. Finally learn, harness, vehicle and
young lady get into such an inextricable
snarl that there is no proceeding far
ther, and the fair driver is forced to de
scend from the cart and proceed homo
ward on foot ignominiously.
CbaracteristlcH ,f Smokers.
A gei;tleman who is a groat "fumi
gator" says that he has philosophized
about smokers with tills result: "An
even-tempered, quiet man never goes
to an extreme in choosing his cigar. A
nervous man wants something strong
and furious; a mild man somethin
that smokes and nothing more. Thero
is a great deal in tho way men handle
their cigar. If a man smokes his cigar
only enough to keen it lighted, and
relishes taking it from his mouth to
ctut a look at the blue curl of smoko in
tho air, set him down as an easy-oing
man. lie has keen nercentions" and
delicate sensibilities. He will not
create trouble, but is apt to seo it out
when once begnn. Beware of tho man
who never releases tho grip of his cigar
and is indilbrent whether it liiriis"or
not. Ho is cool, calculating, and ex
acting. He is seldom energetic phvsi
cally, but lives easily off those who per
form tho labor. The man that smokes
a bit, rests a bit, and fumbles the cigar
moro or less, is easily affected by cir
cumstances. If the cigar goes out fre
fluently tho man has a whole-souled
disposition, is a devil-may-care sort of a
fellow, with a lively brain and a glib
tongue, and a generally fine fund of
anecdotes. To hold half of the cigar in
tho mouth and smoke indifferently is a
lazy man's habit. They are generally
of little force and their eliai-actors aro
not of the highest strata. A nervous
man, who fumbles his cigar a great
deal, is a sort of popinjay among Tnen.
Jlold'ng the cigar constantly between
the teeth, chewing it occasionally and
not caring if it is lighted at all, aro
characteristics of men who havo the te
nacity of bulldogs. They never forget
anything or let go their holds. The
fop stands his cigar on end and tho ex
perienced smoker points it straight
ahead, or almost at right angles with
his course. Such have been my obser
vations with regard to smokers,'"
Tin) .iiiei i uii KmiumiioD of Cold.
Lieut, (ireelv Is of the opinion that
Ins men, if xwl provisioned, could not
Invi) continued to livu at I'ort Conger
more, than live years. The constitution
cf the average American is not capable
of prolonged continuous adjustment to
mure than zero cold, ami such accli
matization could only conio about af
ter a series of generations where tho
law of survival of tho fittest should op
era to, and in correspondence with a
radical change in organu'itlon. In
which nutritive and muscular develop
ment should predominate over cerebral
development; In other words, nature
has sliown us in tho mentally dwarfed
but physically hardy Esquimaux, tho
type of organization best lilted for liv
ing in those septentrional latitudes. It,
however. Is no less a matter of fact that
tho inhabitants of nieridlaiial climes
admirably adapt themselves lemnorarl
ly to the most extreme eo!d. 'Ju thu
retreat from .Moscow, in the Ital
ian regiments stood the cold better than
tho (iernitins, and notably heller than
tho Russians, who were accustomed to
tho climate. Tim 'Turks presented tho
saino relative Immunity at the sieo-o of
Sebaslopol. Longet, from whom these
facts aro taken, remarks thai the apll
tu le to resist Inclement temperature Is
acquired and lost in turn; that people
nurtured in temperaty or cold climates,
who go to tho torrid zone to live, aro
much less sensitive to lho cold for a
time after their return lo their nativo
country, though this lessened suscepti
bilily disappears utter a year or two.
TuunsDAY Evknino, Nov. 20, 1884.
The westlier has cleared up cool but
pleasant, and tho cold wiivo lifts passed ub
by leaving Tory httlo to complain of. Io
fact, November in Cairo this year has been
a phenomenal month.
Tho markets show no change for uuttt r
or worn, but business must open up loon
or there will be none.
FLOUR Flat, lifeless, weak and un
sullied, with store houses all filled, and no
HAY Not much doing. Tho inquiry
is light and entirely for I'uncy grade?.
CORN Weak; plenty offcrmu' with only
a light order demand.
OATS Steady but weak with piofpecl
of lower prices.
MEAL Dull and uuclmuged.
ni!AN Tho demand is uctive and tier
BUTTER Unchanged; the demand 's
confined strictly to choice marks.
EGOS Tho demand is good and re
CHICKENS Dull and unchanged ;'miir
ket Is still overstocked.
APPLES Fancy winter are in fair de
mand as quoted.
GAME Receipts and demand continue
about equal and quotations thu sumo.
POTATOES-Quiet ; supply food and
Sales and Ciuotntions.
NOTK. The pnr.ea here (jtvnn are lor mm--drat
hand In round lota. Ad ailvmiri
charged for brokeu lolmn nutiiLOMi r-
aim hh'a varloiu Krade..
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io Hum ciioii e
l:io t hla fancy
1011 bills exira fancy
2 cara atrlrt prlne.,..
i car em eiws
S cur choice.,,
I car mixed.
3 car n-w White In bulk
8 car in hulk.,
No. 2 Medlteranean...
No, 3 do
joo hhla Oltv on
4 vi ponuda country mixed
HO ' poDtida choice dairy
W pound fancy cieamerv....
fiou pounds choice country
:oj poundi cooking butter....
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I-Htce choice inrii'i on
5 coopn large younn aud bona.
.2 22 .M)
.1 'j &i 00
HenopR choice mixed
4 coopa tnudlUM, yoiinu
Wild ducka mallard per doz
Wild ducka mixed
lid turkeja en h
Ouall tier do
Veinaon rarraaaa .... .....
llabbitu per doz
Fancy Ben Davia Si Home Heanty per 1 11 9
i.noice wine nap per
. 1 TjQ-i i
Potatoes per bushel
l'otatova per bin
Orange, per bbl
Oranite po box
Leuioua pur box
fl 50a,7 Oi
Choice per barrel.,
Choice per buabul..
Fancy Canvaarud Hum.,,
. 1 (i:
2it huhol linrliip
& bushel "
Heacne. halve nut innrlera
Choice hand picked navy
to to n
10 to rn
in to 4r
ft) to t en
78 to 50
Bcavr pur pound
HUM ) a i
Uear 1 03 to U lit
8 to Mi
Dry Flint choice
Shorp Helta, irr.'un
(lommon Luna jj :vif,i in
Good Ultra 4 w& K n
rP V 4 TfKiS M'f
Medium Cear.. n f,ir,(, 7 (
OorlLuaf 7 (i f(
HATES OF FHBUHIT.
Grain Hay Flour
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All other way point
below Mcmplili to
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HE FOLLOWING LETTERS
arc selected from a larcro num-
1 it . 1 1 -li
ocr mat uavo been received bv
ui . j. 11. ociiuiiciv, 01 1 uiiaueipnia,
in regard to liis Remedies for the
Cure of Consumption.
Those who aro aillictcd or threat
ened with any Disease of the Lungs
will bo well repaid by giving thein a
They arc all plain statements of
fact, without one word of misrepre
sentation. This can bo proved by,
any ono who will tako tho trouble'
to call on or write to the people who
FROM SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CONSUMPTION "CAN BE CURED.
Dear Sir: About sixteen vears aijo, while
living in Canada, iny heulth becauio very
poor. My disease cimio on gradually, betfin
mntr with a loss of nppetito and altorwards
prcat weakness, wliieli brought on ni'ht
Hweats ami a dry, haekini; conuh. My chest
and back were very weak, and so wre that I
could not hear my weight nirainst the hack of
n chair. At diU'erent times I raised consider
able Mood, which my physician said i-amo
Irom the luinjs. I employed several doctors,
but they all lold me llie same thinif that iny
luns were badly iiir.eted; and the hist ouu
thut I had also enid that I could live but a
short time, and that 1 hud better p;o to my
mother's home in Wiic-tead, ft., ns soon ns I
could, that with careful nursing I miijlit live
lor some time, w lien 1 Rot to my mother's I
was very low indeed, so that my mother sent
for her doctor. He pronounced me beyond all
help. He, however, left me some uiedicino
which he said would relieve my worst svmp
tonis. Aft. r this my mother ernplovcd an
other doctor, who said that one of rn'y lun'.'s
was nearly L;onc. I ate scarcely aiivtliint; for
several months, and never expected to get
well. One day a friend, who lives in Collins
ville, ft., save my father one of your pam
phlets on Consumption. He brought it home
and told me to look it over and sec if any of
the eases described in it were like mine. I
read the book through, and found so many
cases described there that seemed as bad as
mine, that were cured, that 1 be;an to hope
that I too rni!it recover hv usintj the medi
cines. My father lindin? that thev wero not
kept in N instead, sent to .New York and got
a mipply. In one week lifter I be'an tlieir
use my nitdit-sweats ecaed, and mv appetite
I teari to improve. In two weeks after this I
was much In tier in every way. 1 commence l
to use. the medicine in March ; in .hilv I felt
quite strong; in two mouths more 1 was well,
and 1 have had rood health ever since. 1 be
lieve that 1 would not )y alive to-day but for
the use of your medicines, as all the doctors II
bad said my disease was Consumption, and
thut I was incurable. Yours truly,
mils. ciiAS. v. mMMi:n
"7i Main St., SpringticlJ,
April 2$, InSI.
From the REV. STEPHEN ROESE.
MAinr.s- Hock, nr.r.cE Co., Xt is., June 1j, ISO.
Dr. J. II. ScrtEsc-K, Philadelphia,
Wftrthy linJIrmm : It is W'th a fedinR of gra
titude I Rent nivself to write vim Oils li.tti r A
little over a year Run I received from you a email
box of your valuable tnedicines, Pniirnni'
Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pilla. for my wife, who
hud been very Mi -k lnr mauv ear with female
weakness and weak lutiu's. h'e hud bad two se
vere attucks of Pneuiiionin. and our plivsielan
pave it a his opinion as from her prcut ilebility
that she could not live tlirouuh the third one she
tiocun to take your remedies in rliri to direc
tions, and we immediutely suw ureal improvement
in nil her symptoms. She was soon free fn.m her
rouifh, and U't-un to pain in llesh rupldly. At this
date she is perfectly well.
I wish to add that your Pfl.MONic PYRfP la the
only medicine I have ever found that pives relief
in my bronchial complaint, usuailv caUed clergy
man's sore throat. I'liritiR the w inter scuson, if I
ieak much In public, 1 often fuller from it. but
your Pi .monk sviht (rives mu immediate relief,
and strengthens my voice.
Since my wile's i'lire I have recommended it to
many ol my neighbors, who have used it with
great bcnelit in cuuphs and colds. Yours truly,
REV. HTKPIIKN ROESE,
HMomvy JiirAmnimn ltniU4 Jiib. Sneiny,
Miii'tm ltwk, 1'iitcc l.'o., H'wruiuin.
Tho IIkv. Mr. Roesr. nyain writes, under date of
April 7, ls,sj;
My wife's health remains pood, fhowlttjr that
your medicines have made a jierfect and perma
nent cure. I think your ITI.munic Svim p the best
couph remedy in the world. 1 urn advertisiup you
w herever I go in my travels.
HEREDITARY CONSUMPTION CURED.
yVnr Sir: In the autumn of 1R77 I hnd a
severe much, with terrible pain in mv sides
and between my shoulders. I had very little
appetite, and what little I could cat only dis
tressed me. I consulted physicians, who said
my condition was a very bad one, and pave
me live diU'erent coiiph svrups nnd tonics,
from which I received no licnelit, hut seemed
to prow worse, nnd kept losinjr flesh and
StreiiL'th. I had ipht-swenta. anil
of the time durinp the day. I eouphed and
raised blood and a snlt, fmimv phlepm ; my
throat was filled with ulcers, 1 could hardly
swallow-j sometimes I could not speak a loud
word for weeks ; mv lunps fjrew more painful
every day, with dillietilt hreathinp, while
pleurisy puins would almost stop my breath.
1 had colic pains sour stomach, and vomiting
"I, everything I ate. My whole body was
tilled with pain. 1 could not lie down, hut
bad to recline in n sitting posture to breathe.
1 gave up, and did not think of ever getting
up again, as it was hard moving myself; my
feet nnd ankles began to swell badlv, and my
Jnps hnd given out long before. In'this sink
ing condition I thought I would try your
remedy for Consumption j it might do me
some good ; it could do me no harm, for I was
certain I could not live a mouth longer the
way I was. At that time, Mnv, 1878. I pro
cured your Pulmonio Byrnp, Seawoed Tonio
find Mandrake Pills, and took them as di
rected. In a week 1 was better, and begun to
throw oil' from the lunps n greenish-yellow
matter streaked with blood. I could cat a
little without throwing it up, tho pains in my
sides were not so severe; I could sleep nn
hour very soundly, and that was what I had
not done for three months.
I took your medicines steadily six months:
my cough got better, 1 did not sweat so bad
nights, kept gaining slowly, und in a year
alter I begnn your medicines I could say I
felt well. I began to gain llesh, and last Sep.
tember weighed one hundred and thirty-livo
pounds fifteen pounds more than 1 ever
weighed before in my life.
Your medicines, 1 know, saved my life;
nnd I would say, from my own experience, to
all Consumptives, take lr. Bchenek's medi
cines, for they will certainly cure you. I had
Consumption; it is hereditary in our family,
my father nnd two brothers having died of ft.
1 have had better health the past winter than
for ten years previous.
MRS, S A It AH A. CAItTER.
CAitLiHLn, Mass., April &, ihso.
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