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The Daily Bulletin.
Children's Magazines. : -'
m ' " '
The subject of literary entertainment ,
tot the young, and especially fo?,chil- ,
dron, will be aa prominent as any other
In the discussion of the holiday booka, ,
now already well upon ua. It is a ra4
ir of common remark, and has been
any time these dozen years, how great :
attention is paid to the classes of juve
nile readers, not only at this particu- '
lar season, but all the rear round, and
every month and week in the year.
We have found much to say in this re-,
speot, and the demands upon our con .
sideration have grown with equal stop
in the development of magazine enter- '
tainment for the young and for the '
mature. But with continually increas
ing emphasis the question recurs '
whether this extra attention measures
the real value of the provision thus
made for children. . ,
The great fault of the children's
magazines is that they give the least :
possible quantity of sense to the great
est possible quantity of amusement
Now it is well to be amused, and the
lightening; of the reading of childhood
by the riches of various folklore, the
invention of new fairy and fantasy, the
infusion of poetic beauty, and th& orna-
ment of art all these are most prais-
worthy in due bounds. The objection
is that there is no bounds;, that trifles
have tbe whole field to themselves, and
in fact that the principal constituents 1
of the child's paper or magazine are
mnsh and molasses, cake and candy.
Now, we do not feed our children aftr
this sort at their home tables. We give
them milk and' bread, and meat and
fruit the sweet stuff is a mere ooca-,
sional luxury. - Why should we allow
their finer boing, their mental quality,
to be , demoralized any more readily
than their physical? . ,. .
We shall not be suspected of the
firadgrind spirit if we "declare that
seventy-five per cent nt nonsense is too
much to. present our children in a
month, and even fifty per cent, which
we are persuaded is toe modern aver-,
age, is entirely too great for their men
We do not deny the value and the
necessity of cultivating the imagina
tion, in Arabian in ignta needs suc
cession and sustainment and when so i
great an original genius as Frank"
Stockton appears, we scarcely desire
to limit his appearance, for we shall
seldom in a generation find his equal
The flood of American production is
not in the fashion of Mr. Stockton
though he has imitators at a distance
but in the genural line of fanciful trunh
and silly fiction. It really affords oae :
a grave setwe of comfort to open an
English juvenile like the Chatterbox,'
with its honest dullness, its pragmatic-
al moralizing and its plain old-style
The mention of wood-cuts leads to
another consideration, aad that per
haps the radical one. It is that our
American child's magazines, papers
and books are written and: illustrated
too generally abovo the heads of , their
ostensible audience. Springfield Je
While a permanent cure of Rheumatism
and Neuralgia through the agency ot Ath
lophokos must depend on its power to ex
pel tbe poisonous and provoking acids from
tbs system, it St tbe same time posstsaei
wonderful potency in immediately allevi
ating the torture, invigorating muscular ac
tion, and limbering stiffened joints.! ,8ays
Rev. A. 8. Cooper, of WillUton. Vt.:
"Twelve hour' use of Athlophoeoi greatly
remoTea pain rrom my systam and ren
dered the muscles so supple that I could
get up ana dewn with eass."
' CHBISS AND LENA.
We do not suppose there is any use of
saying very tnuch more about Baker A Par
ian visiting Cairo to-morrow sight and pre
senting the above side-splitting comedy.
"Every body who is any body" is entirely
familiar with them. They bave estab
lished a reputation oecond to none in this
country, and are considered the1 best pay
in? card traveling.
Be sure and not forget the date to-mor
LIST OF LKTTKHS BKXAIHISa CKCALLID
TOK IJf TUB POSTOITICK AT CAIRO, ILL,
ATCEOAT, 7KB&CABT 3, 1884.
' LADIXS' LIST.
Nellie Bauldndge, Hsry Boyd, ! L J
Boren, Lot Baker, Perlioa Birdsoucy,
John Black, ' Amanda Bailey, Josie' Com-
pary, Addie Davis, Sallie Elder, Rose Ann
Oarret, Mattie Green, Mary Lindsey,' Nel
lie Lee, Matilda Lander, Lara Lord, Sam
Martin, Mrs. MoCormick, Lucinda Martin,
Josey Macena, H N McCiure,' imma Mor
gan, Charlotte . Hortnun, Mary 0'Nil,
Sarah Fatten, Minnie Peace, B. D. Parker,
Annie Riley,1 Birdy Rubey, Sarah Turner,
Margret Thomas, Mahaley White, Josephen
Williams, Hara Warner.
Q 0 Adkerson, Geo W Alles, Jeff Allen,
Jno T Anderson', W H Alexander, William
Buck, Curley Bass, X D Butler, Iliram F
Bush, J 0 Burns, Wm'Crabtrse, P W Chea
ter, Jne 'H 'Crecelus, Joseph Clemstoo,
James Curtis, Charley Cook, Mannel Xd
monds, . Henry Ellis, J L Fisher, Fiank
Foster, W H Qossell, W 8 Gore, W P Gray,
Thomas Gardner, James Gill, J W Gardner,
Sylvester Habershaw, James1 Holt, Green B
Harrison,' Jeppa B Jones, George Jarrott,
Daniet Koons,' Jacob P ,Farronf Dempsey
Lafoon, Capt Lawmison, Lumberger & Ce,
Darnel McCullomj Aaren Msgee, T r f eter
on, Joseph Paulett, John Perkins, Charier
L Peaoley, P L Richardson, George Rush,
Charley Rechia, Mack Snyder, James 4
Smeadley, Otto Faski, Jno H Thomis, Jno
Thomiaon, J M Turner, flerace Tyler, Sol
moa Vance, John Vaghn, Paler Wash, Fred
Welkins, J F Williams, Henry Whlpt, Wm
Walker..,, ; .. .
Persons calling for the above letters wil
please eay advertised. r , . . j 1
Wht. X. MumrET, Postmuter.
.! W 9i : Lambm, nrer editor of fsi Bullitib
and steamboat passenger acent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Offic
al Bower's Karopean Bote). No. 71 Ohio leree.
'CSTA9IS OF TBI BIVKt.
Tbe river marked by the gauge at this
port at I p. m. 20 feet 6 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 2. River 19 feet 8
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Feb. 2. River 49 feet 2
inches and rising.
-.Leuuville, Feb. 2. River 16 feet
10 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 2. River 31 feet 7 in
ches and rising.
. Pittsburg, Feb. 2. River 17 feet 4 inch
es and falling.
St Louis, Feb 3. RiverJB feet 11 lach
es aad rising.
' An accident of a serious nature occurred
to the steamer Mary Houston last Thurs
day evening u she was attempting to go
through the channel span of the southern
railroad bridge at Cincinnati. Tbe tow
boat "Onward" was coming down and the
Houston, in order to make room for the
"Onwsrd," got her chimneys in a guy rod
of the bridge, which threw her chimneys
down . demolishing the pilot bouse and a
portion of the "txas," besides wounding
John Heloney and Ju Pell pilots. Mr.
Meloney is dangerously hurt, but Mr.
Pell escaped with only a few slight bruises.
The boat will not be detained by tbe acci
dent as she will leave Cincinnati Tuesday
the 15th instant.
' The Chas. Morgan will not want much
freight when she strives here if, she left
Cincinnati with a big trip and 800 tons en
gaged at Aurora.
Charley Doorman, mate of the Mary
Houston, had his hand badly mashed in
the accident to the Houston the ether day.
The Henry Tyler received about 103 tons
ot freight here yesterday and a good crowd
Of cabin passengers for various points and
to Memphis. She got off at 7 p. m.
The Ella Eimbrougb is due from Mem
phis to-day and is reported as having a
nice trip. .We hope that Capt. Lem Hill
will make a success ef his new adventure
in the capacity of commander. Tbe Kim
brocgh will leave here on her return trip
to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock.
The City of New Orleans left here for the
south last night. She received nearly 1800
tens of freight and a good lot of cabin pas
sengers. Cairo is the best town on "any
body's river" for a steamboat to get busi
Mr. Wm. Towle and Ed. Corliss, of Me
tropolis,' were passengers on the Fowler
yesterday and lett here on the 8:50 train via
Illinois Central as river commissioners rep
Mr. Geo. W. Corliss, after a successful
commercial trip down the "father of
watars'Vreturned home Friday night on the
Tyler. Ho will remain at home with his
family a few days before starting ont again.
Bob Jones, the popular freight rater not
I'rebater," has been trying to intercept the
Golden Crown by wire ever since she left
Cincinnati, but up to this writing he had
no tidings. Bob is tbe most persevering
feller you ever met, and he will never stop
until he gets satisfaction.
Tbe Gff left Cincinnati in good shape
Saturday evening and will make her ap
pearance here Wednesday morning for
The Ohio is on another boom and great
anxiety along the upper Ohio at various
points is manifested particularly at Cin
cinnati, but nobody in Cairo scares worth a
The Chas Morgan, one of the clippers of
the Southern Transportoin line, is due for
Now Orleans, Tuesday morning the 5th
The B. 8. Rhea from Nashville will re
port here to-night and return to-morrow for
Nashville. See W. F. Lambdin, passenger
Disappointment in matters of pleasure is
bard to be borne, in matters affectintr health
it becomes cruel. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
never disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds, irritation of throat
and lungs, etc.
Cash Well Spent.
- Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. . A bottle of SOZODONT,
however, is worth its weight in gold to sny
one troubled with poor teeth, and its price
is cash woll spent by the purchaser. Though
it will not make the teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at the rapid im
provement tt enacts in tbe dental row.
Moreover, they breath sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
. .Along 4bo line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$7.00 to ' 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned . for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
to 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when yeu lean that the crop
for 1888 i 50 per cent larger than - that of
1882. Tothoso purchasing land owned by
the Obmpaayt and paying one-fourth, one
half, ot ll cash; a proportionate rebate it
illowed for money paid for ticket or freight
over the Companies lines
H. C.ToWkskto, Genl Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8, 1884.
Loss and Gain.
"I was taken sick a ysar ago
With billons feter."
"My doctor pronounced me cured, but I
got sick again, with terrible paint in my
back and sides, and I got so bad I
Could net move I
I shrunk I
From 228 lbs. to 120! I had been doc
toring for my liver, but it did me nq good.
I did not expect to live more than three
months. I haa.n
av isajej UVfj JksUkkfJil V I
rsctly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, my entire system seemed renewed as
if by magic, and after using several bottles
I am not only as sound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my life."
Dublin, June 0, '81. R. Fitzpatrick.
Maiden, Mass.. Feb. 1, 1880. OenUemen-
'I suffered with sttacks of sick headache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine er doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
"The first bottle
Nearly cured me;"
The second made me as well and strong
as whsn a child,
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
yean with a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best pbysi
cisns "Incurable 1"
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know ef the
"Lives of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that have been
saved by your bitters,
And many more are using thsm with
Do miracles 1" Mas. X. D. Slack.
How to Get Sice. Expose yourself day
and night; eat too much without exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums adver
tised, and then you will want to know how
to get well, which is answered in three
words take Hop Bitters!
Boot & Shoe
No. 80 Com' 1 Ave., Bet. ith & 6th 8t.,
Just received a fall .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best of 6T. LOUIS HANO-M ADB
abd of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHILDREN'S SHOES, and GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOES.
also make to order anything la onr line
of tbe best material and workmanship.
Q.EORGE H. LEACU, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tbe Homeopathic treat
ment ot ennticai diseases, ana aiseases or women
OFFICE On Ulh
office, Cairo, 111.
street, opposite the Post
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR aid MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
omCK-Klchth Street, near Commercial Avenue
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ovnca No. 184 Commercial Avenue, between
Sghtiand Ninth Street
rJiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TH08 W. HALL1DAY
JJNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. Sv. HALIilDAY
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
CAIRO. IX. LS.
F. B ROSS, President
H. WELLS, Oaahlor
I P. NBKF, VlcPr'nt
T. J.Kerth, Ass'csh
Ca!ro I Wflllam Kiss. .Cairo
PterNelf....M.H... " William Woll
u.n usierion....... " I v. u. ratter. ... " -
E. A. Buder " H. Well ' .
J. T. Clem'on, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Xxchang sold andbonght. Interest paid It
th Havings Department. Collection mad and
all outness promptly attended to.
suts a Monro sts.,Chlcate. .
WIIInhiI mid lotiiT fUrm tkar
or Imtramnu, S.IK ftps Mkk
urkik, tk IMada 1 u4 av
Saidrv oatsa. luaaa
M.(or Anwaw Bum aaa
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HO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Purs, Wool.
Relieved and cured without snrglctal operation, trns torture or detention from labor by Dr. J. A.
Shermsn'ssyittem. Patients from abroad can rocei traatmant and lea? for home same oay. Kan
tare and trux'fts causo lambago, kldne' and bladder affections, affect the nerrous system, impair
mtnhood and brine; on impotencr and other deplorable ailmente. tM these troubles removed and
primitive soundness restored by Dr. Hherman'a treatment. Book, with continuous Indorsement far
the past thlrtv-flve year from physicians, merchanta, elorgymen, farmers and others who hare beea
enred, mallei for ten cents. One Smvtke, al the Vienna Institute, bt. Loots, Mo., ha altered the like
ness of enred oarlenU In Dr. Sherman s Illustrated pamphlets, nlred men to personal them, and pub
lishes them as patients to be cared. This bold fraud to dap the affile te i is fully exposed in an lllus
trnted circular which 1 sent to an ' one who writes for tt. Since tbe reduction of terms patient ar
dally coming from all parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at Mew York'offlce, 1S1
I roadway. Monday, Towsilay and Satnrday each week.
T EC E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tbe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mntnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 1873.
JOHN H. ROBINSON.
WM. STRATf 'N
J. A. (JOLuSTINE....
C. W. DONNING
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for IstiYEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, ero'.ers. Calm, 111.,
J. A. Goldetlne, efOoldstlne 4 Rosenwatar, whole
sale and retail dry good; C. W. Banning, M. D.;
Pres. Bd. Mi Y.x., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commleaio.. uiuiclmut; J. H. Robinson, eoanty
6 an i notary uuDiic; wm. tr. fltcner, com.
er and Insurance stent; R. H. Batrd, city
etreet supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and bulid
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary; E.V.
Pierce, attorney at-law, DuQuoin 111. ; K. C. Pace
casbler of Centennial Bank, Ashley, IU.; Albert
Hayden. casbler of George Connelly ft Co., Spring
field, III ; B. M. Munn, attorney-at-law, 166 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Hatcher,- attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
casbler First National Bank, Stuart, Iowa. 1
and complete Hotel, fronting o.
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb Passenger Depot or t Chicago, St. Loo Is
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabaea, Ht.
Louis and Pacldc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railway
are all Just across tbe street; while the Steamboat
Landing is bnt one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, ha stesm
uauuui, ujuinuiiu movawir, aifjcine vail neiia.
Automatic Fire-Alarm, Batba, absolutely pur air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Saperb fnrnishlnes: narfeet service: uiluia
Lb P. PARKER fe CO..
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Unequaled for
, Private and Public Line.
Sold Outrlsrht for S3.00.
Thev are In every wav far snnarin tn tt
Amateur Mechanical Terephone now being (old
throughonttb country. Theyar th only Mls
nbones having an Aatomatlo I.ina win: Tita
tasted by an Outdoor Lightning Arrester. AU
sounds ar dellvenii In anj ui.i
ana iney are lue only l'eleohones that are nro.
vw sun uu i iniHiinnnai n ac si wm sa-
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They are th neatest, moat durable and reoalr les
ttntiou aid repair than any othsr Telenhoaa
stade. Send lor our Illustrated circular. Agsat
wanted. THE U. 8. 1'SLsVPHONI COT, j
M No. 44 A U West St., MadUoa lad.
P. O.BoaJS. .ass
Pri-sea Paid for- -
By addressing GEO. P. ROWELL CO., 10
Spruce St , New Tork, can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of ADVERTISING in Amet
lean Newspapers. Wioo-page Pamphlet, 10c
on James Hlver Va., In a north-
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
J. F. MANCHA.
For Many Reasons.
Benson's Capclne Poroas Plaster excel all
other external remedies. Prompt, highly medici
nal. 29 cent.
I hav a pesttm remedy for the shore disease ; by M
as Uunsaad of oases el the wont kind aad of long
tadlna oav ta enraa. indtwd, wo siren is mr
ithlnlUmooi,th.t I will send TWO BOTTLE.
FRKK,te(MnrwiUi a VALUABLE TRKATI8K on
this disMM, to any auffftrer. Git. inna and P. Q
address. Da. T. A. BLOOU L 181 PearlSt. Jw To
of Volumes a year. The choicest llteratnie of th
world. Catalogue free. Lowest prices ever known.
Not sold by dealer. Sent for examination befor
payment on evidence of good faith, a
JOHN B. ALDEN, Publisher,
P.O. Box 1127. 18 Veseyfit., New Tore
f CURE FITS!
wh.n I sa our I do nn mssn msraly to stop sbaai
Isr a time ana abeii have them return trunl bwb.
radical car. Ih.T
LKPBY OSL TALLIHa
I warrant mi nmsdv to ear. th. wont e
mar nave failed la no teasoo lot not now rMtvta
ore. Sand at one (or a TtmUm rid a Ftm BqttW at
my InfalUbl remedy. Olve Eprsand PnnBs. m
617 St Charlie Itrett, ST. LOUIS, Ma
ollegea, has ben longer engsged In tbe treat-
, pent of CI
It. Louis, ss
itroato. Nsrvoas, Skin and
)lseases than an nth.r nhv.li.n in
. aa rltv rnr mnA n
denta know. Conau'tatlnn at office or ar mall.
trse end Invited. A friendly talk otr his opinion
the city .or treatment, medicines can bs sent
aj Bi.ii or uprm .Tery wn.r..
- ' .umu ,
re duttbt exist U Is frankly
SUted. OsH or Write.
: Kemns Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mjranrlil anil other
affeotlons of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
Imparities and Blood Poisoning, Skin AlTs
tionj, Old Sores and Cleers, lapedlments to
Marriago, Rhsnmatitin, Piles, gpsoial
attention to ease from over-worked brtla.
SURGICAL CASES rscsive special atteattea.
Plsoasss arising from Imprudences, Bioisse,
It I sslf-e-rrdent that a physician p7ng
particular attention to a class ofcaaes attain
great skill, and pbvslelansln regular practice
all over tbe country knowing thin, fxrquenily
recommend esses to the oMmi offlce in America,
where ev.ry known appllsnce Is resorted to,
aad th proved aoot raxnadlaa of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house l
ased for office porpows, and al) are treated with
skill In a rsspectful msnner; snd, knowing
what to do. no experiments are mart.. : Onae
conn: of the great nu oilier applying, th
chargee are kept low, often lower'than i
demanded by others If you secure tha skill
th Tmporlant matter. Pamphlet, M sac,
sent to any address fre. . i
A MARRIAGE GUIDE.
1 Elegant eloth and gflt binding, Sealed fcr SS
SU!i,S-p F" pu'rensy. iver Sfty wod
rl Pn pictures, trn to life, article. on th
Allowing anblecU. Who mav mirrf. who not?
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