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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING MAY 8, !884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds.
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croun, Influ
cnza, Asthma, Whooping Couch. In
cipient Consumption and for the re-;
icfofconsumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale a
y all Druggists. i'rice, 45 Lents.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
Kidney-Won u the most uoooMful remedy
I Over nsed." Dr. P. C. Ballou, Monkton, Vt.
"Kidney. Wort Is always reliable."
tir. E. N. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney -Wort has cured my w ife after two ycara
lultenng." Dr. C. M. Summcrlln, Sun Hill, Ok.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
It has cured where all olae had failed. It ia mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN I.N 1T8 ACTION', but
hnrmlose In all cases.
t yit cleanses the Itlaod and Strengthens acd
gives New l ife to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys ia
restored. The Liver la cioanacd of all diaease,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the wont diseases are eradicated
from the system. - g
run, noo uqtro on dot, sold bt CEtcoisrs.
Dry can no Bent ty mail.
WELLS, E1CUAB1IS0.1 A CO.BurllngtoaTt.
Eeffonoration for Enfeebled Systems,
SufTiriiig from a general want of tout!, and its
usual concomitants, dyspeps a unit nervousness;.
In seldom derivable from the line or a noitrlshli
die! and stllintill of api.rtite, unaided. A mcdt
fine that will ehYct a removal of ihe specific obsta
cle to renewed health and vior. that 1k a genuine
corrective, ii the real need. t in thu possession
of this rrand requirement which mukes llostetter'a
S:omach ftitt rs so cH'-ctivi- ss 1111 trtvirnrant.
Kor rale by all drnlstB and dialer generally.
if 30 UNION SQUARE KLWYORK.
TOR SALE BY
H.Steaala& Co., Cairo, 111
Whose debility, s-viBun.ied
powers, pruitioe ilitny
anr failure to perform lire"s
Ulltl ( proper, y at cn'IMu I.J
ex. errors of youih. etc ,
will tiiiii a perfect ami Usui,
rt-.-tor.ii ion to roliu-l hciilili
and vigorous uiiiiilnmd in
Neither t'linfl' h dnjeeuitf nor
iQm innrumi nta '1 lutr -,tmnt uf
flfn ji r ii i 1 1 1 y a tin
l'hvslcul Uvrny iHumfurinlr
(nocessful beeanse bw d on prrfi, riiscmxiii,
w nnd dlrrct mrthoils and abolnt Ihnr.
nshars. hull inforrasti'in and Treatim Irws.
AiTreM Oinftnltlnir J'liyiiicinn of
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Publisher and I'rotirlutor.
im:stoi:i:i to lovjck.
lltMiii,' about Id loseniy faithful cook,
I took a friend's ndviee ami went to
CiistM Garden to seetire a eanablo emi
1 found ono who had brontriit with
her llatti'rinjj totimonials from her
former mistress a lady of title.
She was a tall tinuly-luiilt younsf
woman, and would have" been utirae-tivu-looking
had it not heen for a pecu
liar frlooui which slumbered w illuu tins
depths .of her jjrent biaek ayes, nml
dwelt in the soiubru curves of her full
She rarely met your plance, and if
6he did so, would avert her eyes as
though ohe had received a shock. But
if not a sunheam in the kitchen, she
proved to be a treasure of neatness and .
cflh'ieiicy, audi congratulated myself
on having secured her.
After a while, however, symptoms of
dissatisfaction showed themselves iu
the manner of my faithful Katy, the
waitro-s, who liad been with uie siuco
I had connii 'iiced housekeepiii;.
"Mrs. Freeiand," she said hfsitat
inirlv, "I'm sorry to IrouMe you, but I
really can't stitnd such carryinn-on no
loiiiier. Kit her Frederika must leave,
or I must."
"Why, Katy. what is the mutter? I
thought ever tiling was oin on all
rijrht. What fm'iit have you to fiud
"Oh, don't ask nu ma'am," answer
ed Katy with a shudder. "I don't want
to hurt anybody, und horses couldn't
make me' tcif what 1 think of that
dreadful girl. Tue way she goes on iu
her sleep is enough to make one's hair
stand straight up."
'Why didn't you I' ll iue she was an
unpleasant companion for you ut night,
Katy? 1 will do away with that. You
snail have a separate room."
Katy's face cleared.
"I don't want to put you to any
trouble, Mrs. Freeiand."
"it won't bo half s troublesome to
lix tip a room for you Katy, as it would
be to lose you. But you mustn't think
badly of poor Frederika because she
has bad dreams. The best of us have
them. They are caused by indiges
tion." Katy looked unconvinced, but she
was too mindful of her proper place to
argue with "her lady,'' as she was
fond of calling me in talking to her
"comrades," as she designated her
So I bad a bedroom fitted up for her
on the side of the house most remote
from Frederika' s room which was
only accessible by the back stairway.
For if Katy had such a feeling about
being near her it was best for her to
feel entirely nt ease about receiving a
chance visit from her.
Aftor making this change everything
went on smoothly again fur a while.
But one day X had occasion to go
into the kitchen to concoct I red s
favorite pudding, and just as 1 had
stirred in the Vast ingredient, a step
sounded outside the door, followed by
a brisk rap.
Iiaw ircderika give a glance at tbo
new comer through the window, ami
then, with a face as white as the towel
with which she was polishing the
glass bIio held in her hand, she started
for the stairway.
Katy iust then came in.
"Go to the door, Katy," I said, feel
ing sure that we were on the verge of a
ior ircderika s blanched cheeks and
her sudden flight told a story of their
A deep-toned yoice with a foreign ac
cent in it asked:
"Docs a girl named Frederika livo
I did not wait for Katy to reply. An
impulse to stand between Ircderika
and the trouble which I saw was com
ing to her, prompted mo to go forward
and meet the man whose appearance
had so alarmed her.
But he was far from looking like a
dangerous person. He was tall and of
muscular build; but his blue ejes were
full of kindly light, and his ruddy
cheeks were as smooth as a girl's.
He could not have been more than
He bowed respectfully as 1 answered
"Frederika lives here," I said, "but
I think she is not feeling well. Will
you leave your message with mo and
call again another day?"
"I wish to ask after Zintha Bicker.
She is my promised wife, and she came
over in the same ship with Frederika.
I have been to Castle Garden, and tin y
think that no such a girl came across
the sea. But Frederika will know. I
have the letter from Zintha' s brother,
They knew each other in tho old
"I will ask Frederika about her.
Will jou come again to-morrow?"
"es, I will wait until theu. But it
will seem very long until 1 get tid
ings from my Zintha!"
I felt pained to keep Iho honest fel
low from hearing from Frederika' s lips
tho assurance for which his heart
longed; but the thought of Frederika's
faco as she had tied away, made mo
certain that I had best Bend him away
until I had first talked with her.
After he had gone, I went to Frede
rika's room. She sat swaying herself
to and fro upon the edge of a chair.
Her face, no longer white, but looking
as though the blood was ready to burst
from her crimson checks, was full of
noxious expectation, ana tier eves
looked ns i hough thoy belonged" to
some aiilmld at bay.
She clasped her hands and exclaim
ed, with wild vehemence:
"Don't tell him I am here! lie has
come for her! Oh, what shall 1 tell
"The truth. Frederika," I said, try-
ing to speak lightly. "It Isn't anything
ho hard, is it, to tell a young man
where to lind his sweetheart?"
"O, if 1 could toll Ii .tu If J eouhl
only send him to her!. ; Bui, that can
onlv be when the sea gives up itsdead!"
and her yoieo rose iuto a wild scream,
which made the blood, curdle iu my
"Calm yourself, Frederika. It is a
sad thing to tell him If his promised
wife has been buried at sea, but you
are not responsible for it.'' ' .
That is all you know about it!"
she began with savage earnestness.
Then, with a sudden furtive look at
ino she said: "But of course he cannot
blame mo unless I had killed her "
But here she uroko down nnd threw
herself upon the bed, .sobbing and
moaning as though her heart 'would
"Hadn't you bestsond for the priest,
ma'am?" whispered Katy in my ear.
She had, unperceived, followed on
after me, thinking, she said afterwards,
that I was putting myself in danger by
going near Frederika. "I don't like to
tell tales on her, but she runs on that
way all tho night,, and it's myself
thinks sho needs to confess to thu
"Is sho a Catholic, Katy?" '
"Yes, ma'am, that she is. But she's
a mighty bad one, notwithstanding she
tells her beads by tho hour. She never
goes to confession."
"Then go nt onco for
priest, Katy," I whispered.
... "Not for the world, till the master
comes, ohe might go crazy and kill
you dead at her teet! and sure it's best
to leave her alone entirely the while.
She'll get over tho turn all tho sooner
if no one is whh her. I've seen her
worse than this."
Convinced that Katy's adfice was
sensible, I went down stairs . again.
But my peace of mind had been exer
cised for the day, and as to that, for
many days. For Frederika went rav
ing mad, and had to be carried from
the house in a strait-jacket
Fortunately she did no harm to any
of us in her frenzy. But we all sympa
thised so deeply in her affliction that it
cast a shallow over our hitherto sunny
Ziniha's betrothed husband canio
again for news of her, and was much
troubled by what I told him.
"I should think my Zintha had como
to some harm through Frederika," ho
said, after a few moments' thought,
"but sho was so good and winning
that no one could have felt angry at
her! And as to Frederika, though she
was always a little strango and moody,
I don't believe she would . have hurt a
chicken, far less one who had never
done her any harm."
"Could Zintha have made her jeal
ous by her beauty and gentleness?" I
Herrman Hushed to tho roots of his
curly tlaxen hair.
"Our families once made some talk
of marrying Frederika to me," he said.
"But I was in love w ith Zintha. So
the proposition fell through."
This was the key to the mystery.
Frederika had been scorned by her
handsome young countryman, nnd,
perhaps, finding her rival in her power,
had taken switt revenge. !
l'oor Zintha! trusted to cross tho !
wide ocean with a woman who knew
her to be the cause of her blighted
hopes! What had been her fate?
I went with Herrman to Castlo
Garden, thinking to ease his mind by
making enquiries myself.
I was met with the intelligence that
they knew nothing whatever about a
person of that name. But while talk
ing with the gentlemanly superintend
ent, a group of new com. rs made their
appearance from a ship which had just
come into port.
Herrman, looking downcast enough,
had stood beside mo and had heard the
discouraging reply to my question.
He glanced up mechanically as tho
strangers entered, and then with a
wild exclamation of joy, darted towards
a young girl who formed one of tho
"On, my Zintha! I thought to never,
never see you more! acre is it you
"I have been near my death, Herr-
niau! was A.ntha s an.-wer. "But for
the good God, and for these kind peo
ple, I should now bo lying white and
still at the bottom of the ocean! Ah I
have sueh a dreadful thing to tell you.
Frederika pushed nie over the side of
the vessel. She meant to drown me!"'
"The wicked Frederika!" exclaimed
Herrman, stamping his foot. "1 will
lake the law on her!"
"H'T sin has already found lier our "
I said solemnly. "She is iu a
house. I ijid not tidl you nil ). Slli(t
Hen-man, because I tinn -hi it hestto
learn the truth about 7. mha, before
alarm. ng you aootii Hie w.id talk of
having commit led a cr mo
..i.' . ..
ji ii now cuar to im- whv the onco
kind F.'sierka tried to ki.l uc,-! Sbo
was not in her right mind, and 1 huva
always heard mat a ernzv one. turns
against those she has bcM loved,"
This explanation eame from Z:ntha,
and as it was as satisfactory to Herr
man as it was to herself, I thought it
best to let them remain undeceived as
to Frederika's true motive, or, ;it least,
what I thought it to be.
Herrman was wch-to-do, and ho was
married tomllia within the month.
tell a great interest in tin; two ,o nearly
lost to each other, and went with them
to select their furniture for the neat
home they were to dwed in, and where
thev have lived happilv etvr since.
l'oor Frederika regained her senses,
but she was in a dying condition, she;
sent for me to come to her, nnd made
a full coiifc-sion. .
As I had expected, love and j:ilousv
had driven lier to it, and not being natur
ally a wicked girl, the thought of what
she. had done in that neniient of pas
sionate impulse had so reycd upon her
mind as to craze her.
1 shall never forget ih ,v, f p,,t,c0
which came to her when J t,,i, i,or ,,f
Zintha's almost mira --iiio.is n s 'tie at
the hands of some s:i.Iors who hid
i.i i . . . i i '
oeeu iioiri in iiomIIOOC. I lie. r sill k ;il '
ship, and whose boat had chanced to
be drifting near the stio: whei-,. :ie hail
been pushed overboard.
' God has been jrood to me, a shin -iv
1 can die in peace," she sni I. " J nesii
hands ate no longer htaii;nl with
Gerabl Mas-ey has sued
paper for making fun of hi
a New York
1 ' (! lire.
A Positive fire for Kvt-rv Form of
Skin and BfooiJ, Disease, from
Pimples to rSeroi'ulii.
rrUOVSANlJSi 01' LJTTKKS In our pwe-llnn
I repiut Ibis story: I Iihvii be n a terrible xuf
frref for yearn with lltoort ar.d Skin Humors; have
been obliged to slum public pliews by rUHMiin nf iut
dtflliMiriiits humors; iayu tad tliubost, flimlciiinn;
have spent hundreds of do lurs and trot no ri al re
lief nntil I used the OcncimtA Rrhoi.vknt, the iiew
Blood Portlier, Internally, and Cutk ciia ami I'm.
CfHA KnAf, theUrrut Skin Cure aiet hkin Hcuiitt
liera. Mtenially, which have cured ineaud Ivlt ruy
sktu and blood as nure a a ehlht'n.
ALMOST' 1 N CHE DIMI.U.
Jamfl' K. Klchardson. Cn-rnni llou-v, .' ir
leaus, oh oath, sa ,-rU la"'i Scrwfuloua I' If era
lirukeoul on my hod, uu III 1 wa muss of corni"
tlnu. tven thine known to tho medic il faculty
was tried iu vain. 1 herama a mere wreck. At
tltncH oniild not lift my I.iuhIb to my hend, could
nut turn iiiIkcI; was in cuiniiiut pal , ami Iuok"1
upon 1 fn as a curie. No relief or cure in tc u yi aia.
In is 1 1 heaid id lie Outirnra lUmcdlus, met tired
them and was perfe.-tly nut-d.
SwotutO b:ore U.S. Cum. J. I). CKAWrMfil).
STILL MO UK SO.
Will McDonald. H.I'J Dearborn St:iet, Chicago,
(rati fatly a' know ed.'esa cure of Ki zi tiei, or halt
Rhfim, on dead. n". k, face, srms an t ! (or m
entenn years ; uot able to iuovu, exiept on Imn in
and kuees. for ei.eiear; not ahlo to Ii -1 hlmrntf
lor elsht years; tried hundred of reined en ; tuxior
pronounced his ruse hopeless, petnutu nlly cured
by the Ciiltfiira heiiieduw. 1 . .
MO HE WONDERFUL YKT.
H. B. C'arpeuter, Henderson. M. Y., cured ' f
Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twvptv jeata' stniniinrf. by
Cntt lira It' medics. Ihbtnost wondsrfu cnrsun
record. A dnnt-unful of scales fell from i im dai'y.
'h s'l'iiins 'itid ln friei ds thotiulit be ni'.iM (lie
Cure saorn lo btf're a j lrtte ot tin; pe.ic t and
iicud'. win's most p-omim et i itiis ns.
Write to re firthcte iesriitioiil'il? In fit 1 or send
direct to the purtifs. All H'e ntisnliiteU tine slid
Ciren without our knowled ge 0 solicit. on Don't
wait. Nov Is the t'me to cur'1 - very specie)-of
Itc hini.'. 8clj', Pimply, Hcmfu ou. Inherited. i!on
liiilious nd Copper-Color, d HI nisis-jf iliellhoid,
Stktu and Si atp with I.o'S .f li's.ir
1)1? A TTTV '"r l!o ' lipit:d and
IjiWYUI 1 t ily Skin, It a.-kicuds nnd
Skin Itk-MMhea. uso (,'uticitru .-oup..
Head CohK Watery Iischar.' from th' Nose
at d L'?es, Ritiglui: Noiros to the Head, Ni.rv.u
U-.eliicbe a-id tever in'arjtlv relieved.
Chockini! mticna dMrflsvd. mcmtirarn! clraiced
and hea.ed. hreath rwuti.ed. rniell. tur'e and
bear! nir r rtored, and ravages checked.
( onah, Bronchitis. DronpiDes Into Hie Threat.
Fains in tho Chest. Dysperiia,1 Wus'luj ol
btrebutb an Kiesb, Loss ul SJ.eep. elu .cuied.
Ohv boltic Iiadical l tire, one box ra:lja'ml hoi-
Tent and Stanford's Tnhsler. all in one pa' kaw.
foruiii u t fnmpt.'te tMa'ruciiU of all druitrit'- f-.r
fl Ask for Sanford s Hauical tore, a pure d pul
iation, of Witch Hazel, Am. I'iue, (.' K.r. .Mari
L'O'd, Clover Ilioss)mH, etc. I'otteb lititu ami
t'mcMicAi. Co.. Boston.
Col. in s Vollair hluc.tric FUa
ter lnrt- a'ly aiTcci the .Wrv
ou System iiiid b.nishes
Pain. A Tfc feet Klertrlc Dat
lrv e. tin hitisil uilii a Hfiriiils
IS THE CUT I' a'ler tor -j cts. f' aim hi-
lates I'ain, v!t ilizes Wpk ana
SUFfttINf NERVE Worn Out I'srt. stret grhen-
Tnea ii iruiev, prcVento D aes.i, and dot-s tic re. In
one-half the time thau any other piaster hi die
World. Sold everywhere.
Tlos p-.rouj plaster la
famous fnr its iul' k
and keartf a. tli.n in
cunnir Lame Back,
Kh 'Uiniitiain, K-iallca,
Crick tat he Hack, fiids or IHr. NtSiraltfia, btilT J,,ints
and Muscles, Sore Client, Klun.-y IrouLies and all aim
or a hes either local uruoeimeated. ItS.x.thes.Stiei.rfth
ens and Stimulates the irts- The virtues of hops eem
bined withirums-clianaiiti reaily to apply. Sup. ric,r to
linuocjita. lotions and aolvea, l'nce tj cento or b fur
Jls' Mco' an y j A CRll AT
. m i ft-... ' i
piietom, Itonton. Uuu).
y Thflasit family pill made i lawlej 's Stoma h and
MrnrPITIs. Se. Pltasart In ni.tl jinad r-S'-T to t ike.
I'llKVM. 1.1 ZK.MA. S( I'.ol t I. A. SCALD
Kc i.i-!:--. letter, llivei, luili'llllir. UlltVr'S
Hi h. I'uiM.h sinus. ( album I' . 1 l n.l l oi-i.nimr
anil i'olsrmwl Wounds, lilnRiTonu, suuliurii, and
all di-uwesof ttie Skin.
For IM., Vtounus, (u's. fleers or S'oies, no
remedy i.t so prompt in soolliini! nnd lniilin(t ai
I'apill'lti Skin Cure. It does not niart or liuril.
DirtiJvjne in ttn lutqua'jts acoitiiiary tun A!k.
' ' ABSOLUTELY Co'KtfA
NASAL CATAI'.KIt, ACt'Ti: or rUKONTf f'CiLl)
In the Head, Kose Cold, litotiehial Catarrh and
Clennsi'S the nostril, pennii natund hrini riinsj,
and prevsnt- in ru-tmioi. himihIi nod .nsryii.;?.
It is a spei I1lc en ie tor Colo m til Hood -.v hi'ir
is causejl liy smldeii c Iiiiii.t- in the atim-pln it.
iirtctiitif in U n lnntjnntA imifn ttutj . iry btttti.
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