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SPXOND CLASS HATES.
YusUiuay was the four hundredth an
niversary of the birth of Martiu Luther.
The day was celebrated with great solem
nity in many of the cities of the civilized
world by Christians of all denominations,
but especially by Lutherans. In this city,
however, no demonstration was made by
any of the religious denominations, which
is cause for regret. Luth;r is undoubtedly
the greatest figure in German history, be
side whom all the kinir-j and emperors
who played their pirt iu wtr or politics
sink into insignificance. Their influence
for good or evil was only temporary. They
bvi their epoch and died with it. But
Martin Luther began a revolution which
has outlasted all dynasties, and w hich is to
day as active aud beneficent as it was
when it first broke the chains of Homo and
set human thought at liberty. To all ages
his name will stand as that of the great
Liberator, to wlne-e heroic mind the world
owes the progress it has made in civiliza
tion, the freedom which is dfiy by day en
larging its borders among the nations, the
enlightenment which is fast dispersing the
forces of ignorance and superstition. The
whole world is his debtor. The England
and America of to-day are what they are
because of him. CVlyle, writing of his
birth in the Saxon town of Eisleben, says
of his parents: ''In the whole world that
lay there wmh not a more entirely unim
portant looking pair of people than this
miner and his wife. And yet what were
all emperors, popes aud potentates in com
parison? There was born here, once more,
a mighty man; whose light was to flame as
the bcacm over long centuries as 1 epochs
of the world; the whole world and its his
tory waa waiting for this man." There was
nothing in his boyhood or in his youth to
indica'e the mighty part he was to play in
the history of the church and of the world.
Doubtless multitudes of his contemporaries
displayed as much eagerness tor knowledge
and as much aptitude for learning. As a
monk he was distinguished for piety and
earnest studiousness; and but for the provi
dential discovery ot the Latin Bible in the
Erfurt library, he might have passed his
life in the quiet seclusion of the cloister.
But for what he learned from the study of
that book; what he saw in Rome when sent
there on a convent mission might have so
filled his mind with amazement and horror,
and prepared him for the mighty conflict in
which ho was soon to engine. Yet that be
possessed a true heroic soul, that he was the
man for whom the world was waiting to
lead in the great crusade against a worse
than pagan host of evil and superstition,
was recognized the moment the time for
action came. Men knew their leader and
bailed their liberator. By Americans the
name of Luther must always be pronounced
with veneration, and held in the highest
honor. No people on the globe have great
er reason to take an interest in tho places
connected with his life, and in the celebra
tions which took place in the German
as well as the whole Protestant world, yes
terday, in commemoration of his birth. The
little town of Eisleben, where he was born ;
Wittenberg, where he burned the Pope's
Bull; Worms, where he uttered those brave
words which electrified the world; tho
Wartbnrg, where he lay secluded tor a
time, engaged in translating tho bible, and
where he hurled bis inkstand at the appa
rition of the evil one, rising before him to
forbid his work; these and many other
places with which his name is connected
will attract pilgrims, not drawn by curiosity
merely, from the shores of the new world,
where the civil and religious liberty which
he gave to his native land has attained its
highest and its broadest development.
An Effect of Circus-Going.
"Whatever you do, don't :i-k pa if ho
was at the circus. Von se pa ami I
drove up to tho nice track, where the
circus was in the evening, mid after tho
cirrus was out wo wailed lo sec the men
take the tents down, and after they had
gone we started to drive home, h was
very dark, ami I drove out on tho raoo
track, and the old horse used to be a
nicer and he pricked up his cars. Pa
took the lines and said lie would drive,
'oaiiM! it was pretty late, and tna would
lie nervous. I told pa I didn't believe
ho was on tint right mail, but he said ho
guessed nobody could fool him about
the road to (own. mid ble-s mo if ho
didn't drive around that track about
eight times. Every time he passed the
grand stand, which pa couldn't see, on
account of his eves. 1 billed, but I
thought if ho knew the road so well I
could ride as long as ho could. After
we had rode around the track eight
miles, anil I was gelling sleepy, I mildly
suggested that niabe I had better slop
at a house and impure the road to tho
city, and pa got mad and asked mo if I
took him for a fool. Then ho drove
nrounil a couple of times more, and the
man that keeps tho (rack he came out
with a lantern ami said 'hello! 1'a
stopi.od and asked him what he wanted
and no said, 'Oh, iiothinY and pa drove
on and told him to mind his business.
We went around the track again, and
when we got to the same place the man
wns there, and 1 guess pa thought it
about time to inquire the way so ho
pulled up and asked the man what he
was doing there, aud the man said ho
was minding his own business. Pa
asked him it that was the right road to
town, and the man said if there was no
hurry he would like to have us drive on
tho track all night, as it waa a little
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1883.
hefivv. (itiil he want'-d to ' t it m n-
lion to .-peed the colts the i -l il::y, l-t:t
if we had to go we could drive out lint
gate and take the lir.-t left lutnd road.
Well pti was mad, and he wanted to
know why I didn't tell him we wept on
the Hack', but I tt-ld him he seemed to
know it all and it was dangerous to ad
vise a man who knew it nil. He didn't
Speak all the way to town, but when
we put out the horse he s.ii l: 'Hennery,
if this thing gets out your pa will have
the reputation of being drunk. If you
tell of it you are no friend of mine' So
I shall no't say anything about it, 'cause
it is a nn an" boy that will go back on
his pa." I'u-k'a Sun.
Wiues of Italy,
The wines of Italy varies with almost
every mile of territory, It is of every
grade, from delicious to vile, very like
their climate. Tic ordinary wine' of the
table, either red or while, has decidedly
the ta.-t e of the fruit, and is ratln-r too
acid to suit the peron (t 'cll .mined to
French claret or the Rhine wines. There
is not too much acid in it, but it is a pe
culiarly tongue-biting, skin-piercing
acid, that to one n' t aceutoined to i I re
quire the wine to be largely diluted
The btiiillord sliiili S W hell he gets out
of the room to c a young man look at
the wine in the gla-s. itrid tate it, and
sue 11 it, and go through ail sorts of mo
tions, and remark that be i glad to get
wh- re he can procure an absolute v pure
article of '('hiaiiti." or '('npn,'' or
wlia'cvcr it may be, and that it is worth
coning to Iiiilv to be able to drink an
absolutely pure wine. 'I'll" landlord
smile- to'l-ou-elf, for lie knows thai it
isn't any more Chiimii or Capri than it
i- the i;-.ir of life. 11" knows it was
compounded in a neighboring wine
house, of a dozen different varieties,
compounded as a ehemi-t produce
thing, and that he him-' lf mixed it
over again to suit the ta-t of too iieuv
voting man. But it is no matter to him.
lie merely charges the knowing om
four francs more a bottle than he would
any one else, so that he may be sure lie
is getting what he came for, an 'nbo
lut' ly pure and sound wine.''
It may be a comfort to the exceedingly
sharp young men of America who know
all about wines and sit and look wise
over bottles, and taste, ami look at
corks, and go through all sort of thing,
to know that absolutely pure, unfabri
eated wine is about as scarce a thing in
Italy as vital piety. Tokdo Hbvh.
W. F. Lasbdis, river editor o! im BrxLBTi
and iteamboat pa-aenu'er agent. Ordcra for all
klndaof ateamboat Job printing aollcited. Office
at Bower'. European Hotel. .No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. tu. 18 feet 9 inches and tailing.
Chattanooga, Nov. 10. River 1 foot 4
nches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. River 12 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 10. River 6 feet 7 in
ches and fallinsr.
HaslniHc, K- 1oRivr 1 f(t ft in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 10. River 4 feet 4 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. River 13 feet 9 in.
ches and risin
No change in the weather yesterday
cloudy and raining at intervals. The same
reports from all quarters. River 18 feet 8
inches and rising here at 6 p. in. yesterday.
The Oakland from St. Louis arrived here
last evening. She leaves for New Orleans
The Taris C. Brown is due up this morn
The Vint Shiakle beyond the cavil of
doubt will report here this evening on her
way to Cincinnati. Sco W. F. Lambctin,
Tho Arkansas City left Memphis late
Friday evening. She will atrive here enrly
this morning and discharged 400 bales of
cotton before leaving for St. Louis.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg will
be the Anchor Line packet for St. Louis to
morrow. The B. S. Rhea from Nashville will pay
her respects here to-day after a sojourn of
several months. Her many friends will
greet her and her crew cordially. Cupf. J.
8. Tyuer her old commander is still in
charge. Passengers going up the Cumber
land to the beautiful capital of Tennessee
or way points will be lucky in catching the
Rhea. She leaves on her return trip eariy
The Ella Kimbrough will leave here to
morrow evening on her return trip for Gay
oso. The Belle of Shreveport, Capt. Wash
Thompson master, will leave Cincinnati
next Tuesday for New Orleans. She is one
of the largest carriers in the line.
Mr. narry Procter, first clerk of the Vint
Shinkle, arrived here via rail from Memphis
on business for his boat. He will meet her
here this evening.
The Henry A. Tyler was chartered at
Memphis Thursday evening by Capt. Char
ley Porlat to take the place of tho Hard
Cash in White river.
The trouble in the Southern Transporta
tion line is over. The Mary Houston, ChaB.
Morgan and the Will S. Hays have aban
doned the idea of making an independent
company. "This is as it should be."
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati will ar
rive this morning on her way to Memphis.
See W. F. Lambdin. agent, and get your
The war between the John S. Hopkina
and the Josh. V. Throop is growing very
interesting. More particularly to tbo peo
pie along the river from Evansville to Pa-
ducah s tbey can travel cheaper than can
stay at home. Its fun to the people, but
death to thu boat.
The Iludsnn from Shawncetown passed
up for St. Louis last night.
The Guiding Star is overdue, this ia hrr
first trip this season and she is now the
prettiest boat of the Big O. Line. She goes
to New Orleans.
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis passed
down for Memphis last night.
The new steamer Chickasaw just built at
Pittsburg will reach here to-morrow. Wash
Floyd, formerly of the Will S. Hays, has
charge of her office.
of the continued uce of m, ri-nrv and t;otah for the
treatment of H ood aud skin iilneae they never
cure, and Beany alwaia Injure or totally ruin the
general b altli.
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
V ilrugature was the firt to fell Swtft'iSpeflllc.
It w then.pnt up in (tirt bottle which uld inr
JS.Ooeach. I bae .'en a great ninny mea enred
by it iiiu. and me who had tri- d all ort of
treutne nt. In fact I have never known It te fall
when taken utopetly. 1 e!l a Krire quantity of it.
and for a 1 illeaca thai arc depei.iii nt on blood
polon or aiiiu buumr. Ii curea
I'mri.Es and nioTi HK om tiii skin.
and make th', complexion fair and roy. Aa for
blood taint, there m no nirh word as fail. It cur
Cae thr.t have lung witbtood other porta of treat
mere, anrl wi hunt any of those recerrini,' trmible
that generally follow mreurlal and other eo
caliedtuiea. T. L. MASSENHl'IIG,
For y am I w:i affl:rt-d with Dry Tut er or the
mo-t obtiiiate tpe. Vatrated by many of the
bent pbyairlhn: took quant it im of merenrv, potaeli
an'! arncuic. which. Hitead of luruijj the Tett. r,
crippled me up with mineral poion and rheurna
t!im. ThH Tett' r continued to grow wnr, and
the itching almiist made me crazy. In this c.n
dition I wan induced to lake swilt'a Specinc and
the' rvault ac atonlhli:c as it whs crutifvi- g In
a few n-ontb the Tetter wai tatirely well; th
Vercurlal roieoning all out of my vtim and I
win a well man-and due only to s)wift'i SpcciUc.
All the mllerer Miuuld take It .
JAMES DI NNING, Louisville, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypres Htdjje, Monroe Co. , Ark , I
July 2. 18-3. f
I have a britbt little daughter who will lie two
year old next month. i?he has been troubled
nearly ever aince her birth with a kln dieae
wh cn I flrt diagnoced chicken-pox. but later
found It to be aume art of eczema: at any rate it
related very tubborniy all the different tr at
ment. I purchased one bottle of Swllt'a Specific
and gave it to her in miill done three time a day
and In a ahort while bad the aatiafactlon to eee
tbat ahe was entirely well. I am so well p eased
with it effect on her that I hall not only ue it In
my practice, but I shall administer It to my other
children and take ltmyrell. W. E. Brontb, M I).
Onr treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicant .
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The mnt perf.rtlv Mhnr-rd FOt.ldVO HED in the
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patent Fnlil'mr lied en tho nir.rk.;' it tu NO
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ao.l is rai'idlv w;i,crw!liir ail other Nil in the
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are all Juat across tbe atroet; while the Steamboat
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This Dntol la heated by steam, has steam
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Ely's Cream Balm
L'N r.QUALLED for COLD la the HEAD.
' ream Halm has ealncd an m.vUl.l.. n-nntAtinn
when ver It tiown ; displacing all otherpreparation.
Nfiid forcircular containing full lulorm tlon and
rei'uble t Htimonials. By mail, prepaid. 50 cent a
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More Frequent than Profitable.
"Whv, hit child, this is not BENSON'S CAP
CINK POHOLS PLASTER." said a father to hla
little daukthser. after examititnca package she had
jus' brought from the drug store.
'In't It, Pa? I'm sorry but I asked the man lor
Beneon's I know I did, and he took the 45 cents
you pave me to pav for It with," exclaimed the
cnild positively, ".uayoe tne arug man mane a
"I'll go 'round myself and see." wrs the gentle
min's Ci imnent.as he donned his coat and hat.
"Whv didn't you send me Benson's plaster, In
stead n'ffh's t in and trashy thing?"
'Wiu, i u, 1 f,.,t th.t would suit you just aa
"You thought! yon thought 1 What business
have you to think? I don't pay you for thinking,
but for Oiling my order," said the indignant caller,
contemptuously. ''There! take that thing back
end give mo my money, I'll get what I want
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