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TKIcRITOKY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
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THE ARGUS. THU11SDAY. iSOVEMBUK 10,
LIFE ON THE NILE.
A CHARMING WAY TO SEE A PART
OF EGYPT IF ONE HAS TIME.
A Nile Dahsbeah Is a Delightful Kind of
a Boat In Wnlrh to Spend a Few Months.
What One May See on the Fatuous
Riv'r Busy Banks and Lively Boats.
Given a good boat and crew and pleasant
companions I know nothing more enjoy
able in the way of travel than life for some
months on board a dahabeah on the Nile.
The Nile is seldom rough enough to cause
discomfort even to the most timid, and at
the worst the dahabeah can be moored
against the bank while the storm lasts.
Another great advantage of sailir.i? on the
Nile is the steadiness of the wind. From
the beginning of winter to the end of
spring that, is, while the Nile is navigable
the north wind blows steadily up stream
with aullicient force to drive sailing boats
against t::e current at a fair pace, while
on the other hand the current is strong
enough to carry a boat without sails down
against the wind except when it blows a
A pleasure dahabeah under fall sail is a
beautiful sight. It has one great sail, of
latteen pattern, attached to a yard of enor
mous length. Small sails are added as
occasion may require. Over the cabins
and saloon is a railed high poop, with easy
chairs and lounges and gay with plants
and flowers. To the east stretches the
Arabian, to the west the I.ybian desert,
each flanked by a range of bare hills, which
in a few places touch the river, but lie for
the mast part two or three miles back on
either side. Ages lief ore the pyramids the
Nile filled the whole of the valley to the
depth of some .00 feet, and the yellow hills,
now so bare, were clothed with a luxuriant
vegetation, of which the evidence still re
mains in petrified forest and fossilized
plants. It was plainly a period of heavy
Kiiufull and impetuous torrents, carving
out vast gorges and pouring their waters
into the Nile.
The Nile is a busy river, full of life and
movement, dalinbeahs, bent on pleasure or
on trade, pacing up and down its streams
with scarcely aDy intermission, while its
banks are full t.f interest to t he lover of
the picturesque; crowds of women, with
graceful forms and not seldom very
comely faces, filling heavy earthen jars
with water and carrying them home on
their heads; men, with skins of bronze,
toiling in relays of three hours each at the
shndufs under a burning sun, and singing
the while to relieve the monotony of their
daily labor; boatmen floating with the
stream or sailing against it, and they also
singing a weird, wailing chant, like the
echo of a hopeless cry wafted across the
centuries from hard bondage under Egyp
tian taskmasters, such as the Israelites en
dured before the exodus; flocks of pelicans
standing on the sand or maneuvering in
the air like soldiers on the march; king
fishers, now hovering over the water, now
darting beneath its surface in quest of a
And then there is the mysterious Nile
itself, mysterious still, though its sources
have been disclosed and its long meander
ings tracked from the uplands of central
Africa to the margin of the midland sea.
The voyager now, it is true, seldom sees a
crocodile unless he goes beyond the sec
ond cataract; still less has he a chance of
witnessing any of those fierce encounters
between crocodiles and hippopotami
which are sculptured on the walls of the
temple of Kdfu. In those ancient days,
when the shores of t he Nic down to Cairo
were lined with reeds and papyrus, the
river abounded with crocodiles and hippo
potami, both of which afforded excellent
albeit sometimes pe ri Ions . jiort to the
dwellers on t!ic l.at.ks. Fin-.-ums a:;rl
nc ainers have now driven t!:ose fierce ii:ou
Mi'isnf i l.c ilcep lnyond the second cata-i.t-;.
!'.i:: . ;:j;art fiom it h.'uilHl.m.s. tl.e X:!.
i;p,i li.is ii mysiic hiU v. n nf its ov. ::. !
! IK t Wiilid-I- I;:.-t i:i 1 i:e n;;. ; l.o!i,;:y i,:
iinc-ii nt. Kgypt ii . i , nuoni-.l v. i:l: I :
i n,', jvivhv-l !::: yx,rt of (lit ine l.t ::t r
lis ieriHi!t':.l inu;',.;il ii.us, ui.p.e !
causes were unknown, phu-e.I a .i;t
tli- cKtrgo: y i.f fn-.iin;-.iy riv.-ri ::.! i:: .
ed it willi :.:i t; ... rvv .f i.iys'.ei v. .',..
in the youth f tir rate, wl.c:i t.-.".".; , .:
gl.-.dcs C.lld rivers v.ere believed 1 . ,
appropriate let:izeti. il is :- t i.:i.:.
brand how the Xi!e cinie to be re. ! .
endowed with more t h ia n:it i;i .il ;
is so full of sr.bcurretits ami ciidie i!
the amphibious n:. lives, who svwui !:
fish, will not venture to rroj- it ix
astride on logs of wood. In ti.e s!,:i;i
of the night these eddies gurgle a-:.! n. ...
m u r past your dahabeah like spirin i:-...:-"the
vasty deep" engaged in cmfidii.aa.
And who can adequately describe those
splendid dawns and gorgeous sunset.
which rre among the commonplaces of Nik
scenery I have often seen the whole sky
from the zenith to the horizon become one
molun, mantling sea of color and fire,
every ripple and wave transfused into un
sullied, shadowless crimson and purple
and scarlet and opalescent hues, shading
off into colors for which our language sup
plies no words and previous experience no
ideas. This splendor of indescribable in
termingling colors appearsoat sunset on
the western horizon and is followed by a
soft sheen, as of moonlight, reflected on the
hills on the eastern bank of the river.
In short, life on a dahalieah is one per
petual picnic. You stop where you please
and eit her enjoy the dolce far niente of re
maining on board or making excursions to
old temples or tombs, or taking part in a
veritable picnic in the desert, and a picnic
in the desert under favorable auspices is
not likely to lie forgot ten. London Spec
tator. Odd Kecords.
Records are kept with knotted cords in
Polynesia. During the early part of this
century and previously, the official tax
gatherers on the island of Hawaii, in the
Sandwich group, did all their accounts on
a rope -,400 feet long, which was divided
into lengths, each corresponding to a dis
trict. Loops, knots and feathers tied
along the rope served as memoranda for
the hogs, pigs and pieces of sandalwood
collected from taxpayers. Yankee Blade.
The Death of a French King;.
Louis XVII, titular king of France, the
nnfortunate dauphin, died in the Temple
of Paris of abuse and neglect. His body
was identified and certified to by four
members of the committee of pnhlic safety
and by more than twenty officials of the
temple. The remains were privately buried
in the cemetery of St. Marguerite and
every trace of the grave was carefully
obliterated. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Sleep That Knows N. Mora.
Cnbcb I see McSnooze has gone to his
last, long sleep.
Scarely What dead f
Cubeb No, no. He's become a pe-Hee-man.
Km TiAA ' Washington.
GREELEY THREATENED TO PRAY.
An Incident of the First Meeting of th
Free Soil Party in Saratoga.
To those who have come to Saratoga for
a numbej- of years it has become full of
reminiscences and of memories freshly
awaUnti by the old haunts. We looked
at a spot on the piazza of one of the large
hotels at which a group of men were wont
to gather in the evening long years ago.
The writer was the youngest of the com
pany, and, though not the oldest, the
chiefest of them was Dr. Horace Bushnell,
of Hartford, then in his splendid prime.
The Free Soil party was starting into ex
istence, and to consolidate and enlarge the
party in the state of New York a conven
tion was held in Saratoga, followed by a
mass meeting in the woods adjacent to
Congress spring. Horace Greeley was the
animating spirit of the movement, and on
the platform of the mass meeting the white
Boat and the white face of the famous
editor were conspicuous. The managers
of the infant party, which was setting up
Its banner as a party of -high moral
Ideas," sought for it the benefit of clergy,
and asked Dr. Bushnell to open the meet
ing in the woods with prayer. He declined,
and advised the gentleman who brought
the request to secure the services of Rev.
Dr. Cheever. who was then hi Saratoga,
and who, he thought, had taken np a posi
tion on the growing antislavery contro
versy in advance of his own, and therefore
tonld more earnestly pray In their behalf.
Both divines were, however, on the plat
form at the mass meeting, as the people
gathered about it. For some reason not
explained, Dr. Cheever slipped away from
the platform into the surrounding woods.
Dr. Bushnell saw the movement, and
went into the woods in another direction.
Meanwhile all preliminaries were attended
to, a president and secretary elected and
installed in their places, ard when the
president stepped forward and said, "The
meeting will be opened with prayer by the
Rev. Dr. Cheever, of New York," and
turned to where, as he supposed, Dr
Cheever was sitting. Dr. Cheever was not
there. To relieve his embarrassment some
one near, who was ignorant of the situa
tion, spoke a few words in his ear, and, ac
cepting the information as correct, he
turned again to the audience and said:
"Dr. Cheever is not present, but I have
:he pleasure of saying that prayer will be
made by the Rev. Dr. Bushueli, of Hart
ford." lie looked on the rank of men behind
him, but Dr. Bushnell was not to be seen.
The chairman recovered from the double
embarrassnivutnfiicientlv to say:
'AsourfH.-nu, of t- t.uoJ'ra re
luctant to favor us with services we
will have to proceed without prayer."
In the evening of the same day the usual
group assembled in a corner of the piazza
of Congress Hall. Dr. Bushnell was t here
but said nothing of the afternoon's meet
ing cr of his quiet disappearance from the
scene. Suddenly some one came bustling
along, and in quick, emphatic tones said:
"Dr. Bushnell, do you know what Hor
ace Greeley says of you ?"
"Xo," said Dr. Bushnell, "and I care lit
tle." "Well," said tl man, "he says that the
next time you and others refuse to pray
for their Free Soil meetings here a vigor
ous oath of the wrathful editor was in
serted he will pray himself."
"I hope he will," said Dr. Bushnell, "and
ior iiiinseu ioo. Jresbyterian.
How to Besnma flashy.
Dr. Miles' Nut vine not only cures all
nervous diseases, headache, blues, ner
nu prostration. sleeplessness, ntutalgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but alto
builds up the body. 'I am pltased to
say that after years of intense suffering'
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tr&tion, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks esiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie do wi
o sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and em still improving wonderfully.
Cannot s.y enough for the nervine
Mbs L B. Millard Dunkirk, N T."
"Oae customer used Nervine and gained
fifteen pounds in flesh. Biiown & Mai
bury, Coitland, N. Y " Trial hoiihs hod
elegant book frpe at Harts & Bannsen's
Admitted the Facts.
Newspaper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns for s a'e
mcnts. But awate that the Dr. Miles
Medical Cc. are responsible, we nuke
room for the following estin onial troni
R. MeDougali, Auburn, Ind., who fr two
years notice 1 s stoppage or skipping- of
the pulse, his left side got so je-.der he
could no; lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
was albrm-d. went to d fferent divor,
found do relief, but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Henri Cur: cured him. Tb.
elegant fcook, "N" and Startling Facts,"
free at Uartz & Bahns-en's It tells a.'l
about heart and Lervous diseases aud
aiany wonderful cures.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pllla.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels tbr; ugu the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Piils speedily cure biiliousness, bad taste.
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents, samples free at Hartz & Babn
Eot Springs Skin Salve.
This salve is a f&tty preparation of
petrolatum coinbintd with evaporated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, and
is recommended for anv and all tkin
troubles sod eruptions. Hot Spriacs
r-tin (salve is pariiculnrly rec -amended
for rimMe-i, Lcreaia. Sore Nippies, I eh
I'cIhoh Piles, Te'.fer, B irber's Itch, Scald
Head. Irritation and Itching of the Sulp
tne M irate.
One minute's tui.eoflen m-es a creat
difference a one minute remedy for
Bronchitis, choking up or the throat,
luogs, etc., of course is a ereat blessing.
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A Semarkable Discovery.
A remarkable discovery is one of the
chronic proclamations of advertisers.
Cubed Cough (Jure is not such, it is an
tsiablidhed remedy with known merit,
made on scientific principles by exper
ienced cbeiiists. It affords instant re.
lief, and is culled the one minute remedy,
for it stops coughing at once, does not
cure but gives temporary relief to con
sumptives, and .bsolutely cures all other
aff-Ctions of the throat, lungs, etc. For
croup, whooping coueh and colds of
children Cured Cough Cure is valuable
Krause's Headache Capsules unlike
many remedies are perfectly harmless,
and contain no injurious substance, and
will stop any kind of a headache, will
prevent headaches caused by over indulg
ence in food or drink late at night. Price
26c; for sale by druggists.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving: healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. Q. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the vsriousquac-k nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kinchelok,
The Centaur Company, TT M
f Chicago, the well known tndsnccesfulspecislist in Chronic diseases snd diseares of the
Eye and Ear, bas dectded to vUit
Rock Island, Friday, Nov., 18th, at the Harper House.
ensnUation aad examination free and confidential in the pirlora at the hotel from 9am
to p. m. ONE DAT OSLY.
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Surgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged to be the
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the study of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
the world. lie is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the l-test and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc., etc,
and all the terrible disorders consentient on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
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Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillf ully treated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
lent will be honestly informed.
Ca8fS and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., Chicago.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop Comer Seventeenth 81.
and Seventh Avenue,
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" Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
B. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, W. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital ash Dispehbrt,
AiiES C. Smith, Pres.,
array Street, New Yort City.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderlul new discovery.
Skin Diseases. Eczema Pcnriic p;,-to
sis, Lichen, etc., etc., treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases of Women positively cured if
taken in time before the nervous system is
shattered. Delay and improper treatment is
the cause of so many unhappy results in
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear All oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
witnout tne use ol anaesthetics.
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