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The Daily Bulletin.
Whittier, tin- Quaker Iei, at Honiq
Mr. Whitti.r lias iiovi r niarrind, and
w ith the uinirlH nxct'iitiim of thn exnui
s to lines entitled IJoiiodicito," he has
givun the juiMiu no clew to thn romanoo
of his youth. Ills Mslcr Elizabeth,
sympathizing with hint nomplctelv, of
a rare poetic natunt And fastidious
t:mte, and of tlclioate dark-eyed beau
ty, was lon a companion that must
have made the want of any other less
keenly felt than by lonely men in gen
eral. Tbe bond between the sister and
brother was more perfect than any of
w hich we have known, except that be
tween Charles and Mary Lamb, and in
this instance the conditions were of per
fect moral and mental health. To the
preciousness of the relationship tho
pages of the poet bear eonstant wit
ness, and Amesbuiy village is full of
traditions of their allection, and of the
gentle loveliness and brilliant wit of
Elizabeth, whom the people admired
and reverenced almost as much as they
do the poet himself. For his old
neighbors have the closest affection for
Mr. Whittier; except very occasionally,
what was his thought has been theirsf
and, now that he is not with them dai
ly, they miss him sadly; and among
those who miss him most and make the
most complaint about it are the chil
dren on the street This is not re
markable when one remembers that
Mr. Whittier does not stand on his dig
nity, but joins in the game played in
his presence, writes his nonsense verses
on demand, has the keenest sense of
the ludicrous, and loves all sorts of in
nocent fun. We have heard him say
that be was known among the children
as the man with the parrot the parrot
being a remarkable bird that used to
stop the doctor's gig with his "Whoa!"
and when, .tho school-bell ran would
call from his lofty perch, "run in, boys,
run in!" the fact being that the chil
dren felt the parrot to be a bond be
tween them, and he was less of a demi
god and more of a man to their imagi
nation on account of "Charlie." Mr.
Whittier is, of course, very fond of
children, and has been known to risk
the loss of an important train with
equanimity when the easv-going, good-
natured hackman had been overtaken
by an uproarious school of children,
and had gone with them for a little
drive, appearing at the door at length,
the carriage overflowing with the rosy
faces of tho laughing little people, who
cared nothing about time, tide, and the
At 76 years and over one can be said
to have the beautv only of age, striking
as that is in Mr. "Whittier's case, with
the dark eye and the full beard, where
black lines still appear among the sil
ver, while his form is as straight and
his step is as firm and elastic as ever.
But tho poet's youthful beauty is re
ported to have been extraordinary;
very tall, erect and well knit, with tine
features, dark skin, and a iiu.shing,
deep set black eye, he cm Id not have
looked the Quaker to any extent; and,
in fact, wo think he is more of a Qua
ker in habit and aftVction than any
thing else. Ho has himself reto.fn:zed
"Over restless wings of sonir
His lircathioas garb buna iook-:"
and even though he clings to tho forms
of the sect in many respects, using the
plain language, generally, and tells
somewhere why he prefers the silence
of the meeting or worship rather than
any solitude of wood or wild, where
Nature speaks to him with a thousand
voices and catches him with a thousand
hands, yet ho dresses so nearly like
men of the world in cut and color that
only practiced eyes could detect the
slight difference in the shape of his
coat; and his feelings about such mat
ters are entirely liberal. When his lit
tle niece. wanted the scarlet cape that
other children wore, and there was ob
jection in the house on account of tho
Quaker custom, Mr. Whittier insisted
that she should be gratified, although,
sooth to say, poet as he is, he himself
can' not tell red from greeti till sunlight
falls upon it. Ouce, indeed, the library
tire, of .which he is so foud, having
damaged the border of the wall-paper,
he matched the pattern and triumph
antly replaced it before detection, only
to learn that he had substituted for the
green vino one of bright autumnal
crimson. Yet so strong is the poet's
imagination that this defect of vision
is nowhere evident in his work, al
though one might gather there that
while, as he says, "hid eye was beau
ty's powerless slave," yet light and
shade please him more than variety
and depth of hue. Mrs. Han-icl I'res
cott Spofford. i" r'iirj r'$ Magazine.
Tbe Eye aa an Index to Character.
The eye shows character. If the eye
has been blacked, for Instance, it
means impulsiveness on the part of the
man who Dlacked it, and recklessness
on the part of the owner, who probably
called the other party a liar. The eyes
of great warriors have always been
gray, their brows lowering like thun
der clouds. To verify this statement,
examine the eyes of a target company,
or a policeman. Philosophers have
large, deep set eyes, and usually two
of them, unless they happen to livo in
Arkansaw. Poets have large, full eyes,
from having taken too much beer tho
day before. Button considers that the
most beautiful eyes are black eyes.
You can see a beautiful lot of black
eyes by going to the recorder's court
on a Monday morning. Mary, Queen
of Scots, had , liquid gray eyes. She
also had her head cut off. At tho same
time it does not matter what kind of
eyes a decapitated Federal officer has.
If, in accordance with the civil service
reform rules, a Federal official fails to
pay his assessment to the campaign
fund, off goes his head, even if one of
his eyes should be a pea green and the
other a solferino red. . Rod eyes indi?
cate a tendency to weep and to whisky, 1
and occasionally both, "Who hath
red eyes?." asked Solomon, and before
you can answer ho replies, "Those who
tarry at tho wine-cup." Monsters have
green, eyes. Shakspearo noticed this
fieculiarity, possibly, at a menagerie,
or he frequently refers to the greon
eyed monster. Texas SifUngs.
Many a womnn who does not know
Ten the multiplication table can "fig
m" in society.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2, 1884.
. , ' P)rtry Mid Pensions.
The Chairman of tho Committee on
Harmony then announced his desire to
submit a rvport, aud being encouraged
by a smile ten inches lung lie read
twelve pasres of clolv written manu
script. Waydown i!et.eo imd for the
last threo years done everything in his
power to bring nut aud encourage
poets. Several months Hinue Judge
Congo had demanded au Inventigation,
stating his belief that the principle whs
calculaU'd to work evil to society, and
the matter was turned over to the Har
The chairman now reported that ho
had personally investigated several
- oases, as follows:
1. William Henry (in-en.of Indirtra,
formerly an industrious mechanic w ith
money In the bank. Had written three
poems and an idyl, and was now in
jail for stealing a girafl'e belonging to a
2. ' Bradawl Walkins, of Ontario,
formerly one of the best whitewashes
in the civilized world. Had written
two odes and an obituary in verse, and
hnd been lined $25 for pounding his
8. Judge Glucose Blindhoof.of Ohio,
formerly ; a blacksmith earning 3 a
day and having a laugh that could be
heard half -a mile away. Had only
written four verses on "The Dying
Year," and yet his w hole nature seem
ed to have undergone a complete
change. Had had three fights with his
neighbors, lost his situation, got drunk
and had applied for n divorce.
The chairman said he could give sev
eral further instances of the liendish
resulu of brother liebee's efforts, but
before he had time to do so, Givedam
Jones presented tho following:
"lttsolvcd, Dat f .out dis date de Lime
Kiln Club will use ebery means in its
power to discourage de makin' ob poets
and de producshun of poetry.".
Waydown Be bee arose to begin an
argument, but he was shouted down
and the resolution put to a vote and
carried with a' whoop.
Samuel Shinn then presented the pe
tition of Liveforever Smith, a colored
resident of Detroit, but not a member
of the Lime Kiln Club, who desired the
club to endorse his application for a
pension from the government for inju
ries received during the war.
"Brudder Shinn," .sternly replied the
president, "you raise the winder and
drop that paper inter de alley."
"Now, sah, I want to say to you and
to all odder members, dat "dis club am
not workin' de pension racket. Do
man who went to de wah an' was crip
pled and disabled desurves recompense
at de ban's of his government, an1 has
probably had it for y'ars past. Do pen
sion business nowadays am fo'-lifth
swindle an' one-tilth claim agent. Un
cle Sam pays ebery dollar that he owes
to his defender, an' an application at
dis day would bi regarded with aston
ishment if not suspicion. We doan' as
sist no m:in, black or white, to make
out dat twenty y'ars artcr he come back
from wah he su'ldeul,- falls lame from
having slep' on de ground. Let us now
blow out de lamps and go home."
Detroit Fnc iVc.w.
W. P. La b ma. river editor ol The Rcli.etiw
ana ateamnost paeneer assent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Karope&a Hotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TUE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 25 feet 8 inches and sta
Chattanooga, Feb. 1. River 11 feet 6
inches and rising.
1. River 38 feet 8
inches and rising.
1. River 13 feet
7 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 1. River 28 feet 9 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Feb. 1. River 20 feet 5 inch
es and rising. .
St Louis, Feb 1. River 13 feet 0 inch
es and rising.
It TVER ITEMS.
The Gus Fowler arrived and departed on
The Andy Bum with a good trip, 40
hours out from Memphis, passed up for
Cincinnati, yesterday, 2 p. m.
The Henry Tyler, from Memphis, ar
rived last night with a big trip, and will
leave here on her return trip this evening
with the best trip she has carried since she
entered tbe trade.
, The elegant and big "0" Line steamer
Golden Crown is due to-morrow morning
early. She will receive, freight and pas
sengers for prominent points south on the
Mississippi to New Orleans.
Tbe B. S. Rhea trom Nashville will come
through this trip, and is due to-morrow
The Jas. W. Gaff leaves Cincinnati for
Memphis this evening.
The Chas. Morgan, of the big "0" Line,
is eoroute for New Orleans, and will re
port here Monday evening.
Navigation on the Ohio is all right now,
and those who want to travel by river need
have no fears in regard to ice.
; The Ella Kimbrough left Memphis
Thursday evening at 5 o'clock. She had a
good trip to start with.
The Ohio, is rising rapidly at all points;
also the Cumberland and Tennessee.
Capt. Jehn Griffith returned to the Hud
ion, Wednesday. He has been home on a
visit to his family at L misville, Ky. If the
weather continues mild she will likely get
The ice commenced moving at the Cape,
yesterday, on the Mississippi.
Remember the Tyler, at 4 p. m.for Mem
phis. , ; Apply. on board or to W. F. Lamb
din, passenger agent.
. On of, the best railroads leading south
it the Iron Mountain-, v Passengers via rail
ait a note of this fact.
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Just received a full .ne of
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
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AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
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Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Atd So
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Elenant elnlh anil i(li Klnin
eenis in postage or currency. Over flrtr wou-
yermi peu ih lures, true to life, article! on the t
following suldecu. Who may marry, who not;
v. How life ami happiness may be 1
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ICF BYTHB OAR LOAD OR TOlf,Wni
. . PACKED FOR SHIPPING lJ
, Qai' Loads a Specialty.
Oorrwelftli Street and Urea.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. '