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THE DAILY CAIRO KULLKT1N; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1881.
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"K. A. llurnett Cairo JJlluoi "
SHQOTIUGr THE MTWB.
"Curious, isn t it, how the old cus
tomers still hold their own? Hero is
tho fashion of penance by pilgrimage
Mia m vogue, wun uio additional ag
gravation of calling it 'traveling for
"Well, Edward," said a sweet voice.
'that's a very pretty compliment to us
your companions. I think I ought to
make you do penance for that"
"That's right, Miss Wentworth; keep
Lira in order," chimed in a third
fpeaker. "However, going abroad has
this one advantage for us English, that
there we can sometimes venture to
eeem amused without thereby commit
ting the seven deadly sins in one."
Such was the chat which passed
among tho group of four two ladles
and two gentlemen seated at lunch on
the balcony of the Hotel du Khin, at
SchalThausen, ono sunny afternoon in
tho latter part of May. The first
speaker was a tine looking young man
of three-and-twrnty, whose comely fea
tures, dark curling hair, and tall, well
$hapcd figure, amply bore out the name
of "Handsomw Ned, given him by his
intimates. Young, rich, good-looking,
popular with high and low, in the plen
itude of health nnd vigor, lately be
trothed to the charming girl whoso soft
lustrous eyes were watching him half
tenderly, half archly, from the other
8ido of the board Viscount Montague
might fairly account himself an ex
tremely lucky young fellow. But upon
that bright young face, firm and manly
os it was, brooded tho doomed look
which haunts one in the portraits of
Montrose, of Claverhouse, of Charles I
ominously bearing out tho gloomy
tradition current among tho elders of
his native country, that "the last of the
Montagues" was so in a double sense,
and that with him the grand old line
which had left its mark upon every are
of English history since the days of trie
Tudora was doomed to pass away for
ever. Beside him sat his inseparable associ
ate, Sedley Uurdctt, whoso square,
muscular figure, and frank sunburnt
face, looked tho very embodiment of
young England at its best Side by
Fide, tho two young men had shot
buffaloes on American prairies, stalked
mooso through Canadian forests,
bowlod over" royal tigora in Bengal,
and hobnobbed with negro kings on the
coast of Africa, and they were now
fautc de micux, escorting the"Flowerof
Kent," and her mother on the inevitable
tour through Switzerland, not without
a secret hopo that some unsealed moun
tain might afford them a chance of
breaking their necks in tho good old
"Did you sco how old Johann eyed
me as ho brought in the lunch?" said
Montague, "lie's evidently a devout
believer in the Continental creed, that
an Englishman's natural pastime is to
knock somebody down, or set a house
on lire, or make a heavy bet that he'll
jump headforemost out of tho window,
und then do it forthwith."
"Aye," laughed Burdett, "just what
Dr. Buchmann said tome yesterday:
Mein llerr, those countrymon of yours!
When I was practicing in Saxony, I
had no peace for them! First thing in
the morning, klinglkling! at my door.
What is iti" 'An Englandcr, who has
broken his leg in trying to scale tho
Teufcls-horn, whicn no one ever
ascended yet' I set the Horr Eng
landcr's leg, and am making him com
fortable, when kling! khng! again.
What now?' 'An Englander, nearly
drowned in swimming across the Elbe
for a wager.' I wrap the Herr Eng
lander in hot blankets, and bring him to.
Before half an hour is over, kling!
kling! once more. 'Mcin Herr, what's
the matter?' 'An Englander, who has
broken a blood-vessel in trying to run
twelve miles an hour, because somebody
eaid ho couldn't' Mein Herr, I am
norry to have to say it, but your country,
men aro equally devoid of fear and of
"But you won't do any more of these
Wriblo things now, Edward," Baid
Marion Wentworth, entreatingly; "you
promised to be more careful, you know,
while you were with us,"
"Don't le frightened, my child,"
answered tho viscount, with his gay
laugh; "believe mo, I have no intention
of being killed any sooner than is nec
essary. Would you believe it, Sod t this
unreasonable young woman is making
herself miserable, and daily expecting
a notilicalion to attend my funeral, on
no better grounds than an old monk's
"An old Monk's prophccyP" echoed
"What, haven't vou heard of UP"
ef led Montague. "Well, this is a tret,
to liml one man to whom that story's
new. Vou must know, then (as thoso
f i.' I lows in 'Sunford and Merlon' keep
mij inr), that the estate which Harry
(hit Eighth bestowed njion my respected
rtuecstor, Sir Anthony Rrowne, included
llitttlo Abbey and the lands bclino;iiir
to it; and tuiirhty short work liu mado
of tlio poor old monks, if all talcs bo
true. Hut after they were expelled, it
l)co;an to bo whispered that one monk
still remained in thoold walls, nnd that
lie was not to bo driven out ly either
kinr or lord."
"My word!" cried Uunlett; "that's
just the. Hlack Friar of Norman Nlone
over ngain. Do you remeinlier wilh
w hat di aniatio energy our old tutor used
to repeat tnat verso
'lie ware, bowara of the Black Frlnrl
lie atlll retain hla awav,
For ha la atill the Chiircli'a holr,
Whoe'er may be the lay.
Armimlevllla la lord by day,
Hut the monk la lord by night;
Nir wine nor waaaail can raiaa a vassal
To question that iriur'a right. "
"Well," pursued Montague, "when
my worthy forefather eanio into his
property, the first thing he did was to
Live a big dinner in tho great hall of
IJnttlo Abbey (if ho found it half as
tiresome as tho dinner 1 had to give
when I came of ago, the impiety must
liavo been its own avengor), and thev
lighted up tho old place with a perfect
Maze of torches, ana held high revel
till midnight. And then, all of a sud
den, a chill blast of wind came moaning
through tho hall, making all tho old
banners and niail-coats along tho walls
clank and rustle; and the htigo door
swung slowly open, and in tho midst of
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the guests, no ono Could S('l) whence or
liow, appeared Ine Blirouileil llUl-e OI H
tall monk. It elided like a xhnduW lip
to tho dais wliero mv ancestors was
seated, and said, in a deep hollow lioice
that seemed to make tho very torchea
grow pale as it smiko:
" 'Anthony of Lowurayi thou hast
enriched thyself with the spoils of (Jod's
Church, and for that deed His judg
ments aro upon theo and thine. As
snow mutts in tho sunshine, so Khali thv
race decay, until tho end come; and it
shall come suddenly, in one day, by lire
and hy water! "
U was strango enough to note how
Montague's light tone deepened into
tragic solemnity as the dismal tale pro
ceeded, and how tho shadowy impress
nf doom oh his handsome face came out
plainer and plainer with every word,
The anxious look in Marion Went-
worth's eyes grew into absolute terror
as he ended; and she seemed aUmt to
speak when the waiter's entrance with
a dish of fruit interrupted her.
As lie entered, Mrs. Wentworth. evi
lent iy wishing to change the subject.
spoke to him.
" aitcr! when did vou sav the rucrlit
illumination of the falls was to be?"
"Thursday week, gracious, ladv; but
it will hardly le so good as the one we
had last year, when they sent a Ingintat
over the falls, hung all round with
"Was there anybody in her?" Asked
"What do you say, milord?" gasped
the old man, with a stare of blank
"Was there anybody in the lKat?"
"1 he boat, Milord r 1 ho boat went
over tho falls, I tell vou!"
"Well, why shouldn't somebody go
with her to keep her straight?"
"Whvr echoed Johann, goaded be
yond endurance. "Because we Klnne
landcrs are no fonder of being drowned
than other people. I've seen many a
silly thin!? (lone in mv time, but u innn
shooting the Sehaffhatisen Falls in a
boat is a thing 1 vo never seen yet and
The sudden gleam in Montague's dark
ryo and the glow on his handsome
features sufficiently betrayed the wild
f lirmrrM fillrrfmtti.rl ti litni l,i tlia l.iii..-t
,.r,... ..hv,.. I, J II". Ill .11,
(jenuan's lost words. The significant
f;laiice exchanged between Tiim and
Jurdett showed that the same idea was
in tho minds of both, though the latter
accompanied bis look with a warning
gesture, reminding the reckless viscount
of the effect which the words that were
just about to break from his lips would
have upon the two ludies. But when
they had retired, Montague could con
tain himself no longer.
'dionoiis idea! Well do it eh.
'Do it? I should think we would!
After tho 'fJuoulo d'Enfer1 Kapids in
Canada, this thing'll bo a joke! 'Never
seen it yet, and never shall,1 rh? We'll
give Mr. Johann another story to tell
io-morrow, one that'll last longer than
any of his present stock."
Uur two heroes were not t in men to
loiter over any enterprise, however
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lit.- pi-iaiv, ilium which llicv Iiail OIICI!
resolved, and they lost not u moment in
setting out in quest "of a boat. But to
find ono was no easy matter. Some
were uneaworthy; others failed to
please the critical eye of Sedley Bur.
dett, who, with all his recklessness.
knew better than to leave any chance
uncared for in a match whero life itself
was at stako. Moro than one conscien
tious native, on learning the nature of
the proposed expedition, tint ly refused
to have anything to do with it, nor was
it till late in the afternoon that thev nt.
length met with a less scrupulous indi
vidual, who, on receiving the full value
of his boat in advance, and ahandsoinn
gratuity for tho uso of her, consented
to let the "English madmen" have
their way. Ho agreed to leave the boat
in readiness at a convenient snot and
then took his leave.
It was considerably past eleven
o'clock that night, and Burdett, mind
ful of tho tough work that uvvaited him
next morning, was preparing for bed,
when Montague (who slept hi the next
room) burst in, with a Hush of unusual
excitement on his faeo.
"bed, old fellow, wo must all er finn
tinio of Btartinir. TIhmu
asses, tho local authorities, are goiipr
to put a spoko In our wheel!" n
"Do you mean that they'll try t,, sim
us?" asked Burdett, witu thomtu
amazement of an Einrlish
one presuming to opposu Ins will.
i io, indeed! That prating f0! 0f
a bailsman (HU0 if I don't p.meh his
"'id when It's all over!) must have let
, !'t the bag; for as 1 can.o
I'ro gl. tho hull Just now, I heard tho
landlady Hay u her husband: 'Ought
we to let them iro? H' ,.n.. i. .
than a suieido!p and thoold sinner an.s-
Ulil'JMl isitli m 1.1... .tt
.uii i-MUi 'no easy, my
Gretchen-when those young distiVled
ones get to their boat, they will rmj it
in charge of certain (Jerichts-iiiener
(polirenvn) who are less foolish umn
"Just like their confounded cheek!"
cried Burdett. "What shall wo iu
"Do? Why. set the alarm clock two
hours earlier (I'm safo to hear it where
I am) and start at four instead of six;
and we'll just meet the 'minions of tho
law' on our way buck to breakfast, and
a jolly sell it'll bo for them! My word.
"very mortal thing seems to havo con
spired against this venture of ours; but
1 11 go through with it, no mutter who
stands in my way!"
For one moment a thrill of supersti
tious awe shot through tho stout heart
of Sedley Burdett Could it bo that
those countless hindrances wcro really
n hust barrier vainly opposed to tho fatal
impulse which was hurrying them both
to destruction. The unnatural excite
ment of his comrade's manner, tho
feverish luster of his eyes, tho heated
Hush in his usually pale face, were all
terribly suggestive of ono goaded to his
doom by some, irresistible frenzy flash
ing upon Burdett'a mind with ghastly
vividness, tho sudden memory of a long
forgotten painting of tho young German
knight lured to his death in the hungry
waters of the Rhine by tho siren-song
of tho Iorelei. He opened his lips to
proposo tho abandonment of tho whole
project; but tho fear of ridiculo (that
fear which has destroyed many a gal
lant man) withered tho wholesome im
pulse, and the favorable moment went by
Morning nt last a bright, breezy,
glorious summer morning, over which
all things in earth and heaven seemed
to rejoice. The blue skies, tho waving
woods, tho green sunny slopes, tho
broad bright stream of tho great river
itself, all seemed to smile a welcome to
tho eyes that might so soon be closed
forever. Even the two English athletes
absorbed as they were in their perilous
enterprise, felt the influence- of the
hour, nnd muttered with involuntary
"What a royal day!"
One vigorous stroko sent the light
boat far out into the swift, dark current
down which it shot like an arrow from
a lxw. Koeks, trees, houses seemed
racing past on either sido. No need to
strain at the oars now! all that could be
done with them was to keep tho boat's
bow perfectly straight so as to offer as
little space as possible to the rush of a
current which seemed well able to carry
away an entire city.
Suddenly there came a dizzy plungo
a shock that threw both men from
their places and then all around was
one boiling whirl of foam, and tho boat
wa.s flung to and fro, and dashed up
and down, amid an uproar that seemed
to rend the very sky. For one feverish
moment life and death seemed to hang
by a hair: and then the two daring men
found themselves floating on the little
liordor-line of calm water that sepa
rated the liM fall from the worse peril
of the second.
"Hurrah!' shouted Montague, glee
fully; who says it can't bo done now?
Kei-p her head straight, Sod. my boy,
and we'll come out all right yet"
The triumphant cheer was answered
by a cry of dismay from the shore, ami
the two oarsmen, looking up, beheld
Marion Wentworth rushing distractedly
toward the edge of the high bank that
overhung the second fall, followed by
Montague's English servant At the
sound of his betrothed' s voice, Mon
tague turned his face toward her, and
waved his hand cheerily; and seldom
has any painter conceived such a pict
ure its the one which that moment
branded forever on the memory of those
who saw it Tho stern black rocks ofl
cither hand, flecked with living green
by the .shrubs that clung to their era"f'v
sides; the vast hill of leaning foam, half
way down which tho frail boat hovered
like a leaf; tho rainbow-arch that
spanned the black howling gulf be
neath; the glory of the sunrise stealing
softly inUj the pure, peaceful sky, in
strange contrast with tho rock-rending
uproar below; the stalwart figures ol
the two gallant lads, straining every
nervo to achieve their perilous task;
the handsome, reckless face of the "last
rf the Montagues," with a gay smile on
its short curted lip, and un ominous
glitter in its large dark eyes.
(jood morning mv pet!" cried ho
ga ly; "you're just in time for tho end
of tho play."
Jhese were tho last words that Vis
count Montaguo ever spoko. That
momentary negligence had allowed tho
boat's head to deviate sliirhtlv from tha
direct line, and in an instant tho whirl
of the current threw its exposed sido
full ngainst the tremendous rush of tho
cataract One frantic struggle to re
gain the lost ''round, and then boat nnd
men vanished forever into the midst of
the roaring abyss below.
From that fatal hour, life was over
for tho "Flower of Kent" All that re
mained of the once bright and beautiful
girl was a pale, silent, joyless phantom
a body, on it were, without soul.
xseither tho tender care of her heart
broken mother, nor even the sight of
her dead lover's ruined homo (thn
minim;; oi wnien, on mo very a
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by tho spasms of convulsive agony in
variably produced by tho ono sound
which her ear still had power to recog.
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The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU fc CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet )
Commercial Aveuua I
UKOCEHIES, BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE BOSTON STOKE
0. CROSSON, dealer in
STAPLE and FANC V
Provisions, Green, Dried and Canned
rruits, Queens, li lass Vtood
a xi) SHOES
The IJest Urand of Flour
alwaya on hand.
N. B. Country
Produce taken. All Order
Cor. Waahinu'ton Arc. atidTcnth St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL S0KTS, SIZf:s AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER &, SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOU WOIIK DON K TO OltDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
MILL AND COMMISSION.
CAl HO, ILLINOIS.
FLOUE. GRAIN A'D HAY
Hiehest Cash Prir Paiil for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesalo Dealci' in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Spocialtv.
o i' ' i o j: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
To Nervous RutTorers-Tlifl limit European Reir".
edv-Dr. J. H. Sliiipwut'sNperllli! Jledlclin,.
Dr. J.B. Hlmtir-on' Snecllle M. dlrl nu ! Him,.
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea, Iinpoteney, Weakncna
and all dlaeaaea reaiilllng from Self Abuau. a Nor
youa Debility, Irrllablllty, Mental Anxiety, Lani-uor,
Laaaltude, DepreHaion ofsplrllaaml functional do
ruiiKenieni m mo .lervoua ..yaieiil (enerally 1'nln
In Hack or Hide, Lou of .Memory. Premature old
nvcu ai u oiaeiihiri.
that lead to Con
ty and an early
rave, or both.
No matter how
haltered t h e
ayatcm may be
rrom vicimai-a of
any kind, a ahott
"ourao of t h nn. ill, ii,,, .1 ... ..,i..... ii, iiikI iihi..
nun ami iirocure lieallh mid happlnea. wnero ne
fore waa ileHiionili.iii v ..i Tim Slice lie
inviiiviuu la null.ij iiaud with wonuenui b.iu.
Pamphlet ariitfreo to all. Writo lot them and
HPt toll particular,
Price, Stieciiie. gi .no per paekai:. or fx pack-
c for A.im. Will be aeiil by mall oil receipt ol
money. Addrea all order, ,,,, v
.1 II SIMPSON H MKP1CINK CO..
No. IwVnrt UK) Main Ht., Buffalo, N. Y.
U...H.I. . . . ' - '""
Articles from jur
Vaficliiio Hin U aa
Vaselino Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor loa.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
an tuiwrlur lo an; ilallar aoa
An apreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENT3 A BOX.
of all oar goods,
EXPOSITION. COLGATE &C0..M.Y,
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, ot Merely Kelievec
And tan Irovu What e Claim.
ryTlur ant no fallun a and no dlnappolnt
inenta, if yon nru troulned wl th hlckHKAD-
At'lIK yuu can ) tiny mid milikly rured,
hiimln-da have bwn alti-any. Vte nlmll Imj pli.l
to mail a nlni tof tentlnionmiii to any Interfiled.
Carter's Little" Lher I'ilLs
Alao cure all forma of llliinuMU'ia. prevent Conatl
palloii and Dyrpein 'a. promote DIl'i atioti. relleva
ili.trena from too lu-arty tntin, correct Dl.ordori
of the Stomach. Stitnulule the I.ln-r. and Kevulata
the Ilowela. Tlu-y do all ll.l. by ukinir Ju.l oc
little pill at a do.e. Tin y are piin-lv v. selable do
not Kripe or purtf. and are a marlv perfect' a
It la poimiblc for a plil to I.e. Price -j celU I for
$1. Sold by drui-t'Uu rvi-rvwherv or u nt bv mall
I'll ' V II V k I . ' I V U- .... .........-
t o.. EHIE, FA.
StVi AD VEKT1SE. VENTS,
I X.D I AjSt
To make a (jnart of nu diciue I'uarar.tf ed to rara
Hnrnora of tl.- Hi. Mid. l.pi a. Liver Iroubln
hidin y M eaknerp. or tu ii. ral Iu bllltv, i nl b
mail, pon paid. ,.t r r, puckum-a for 11. Ad
dreaa J ALONZOdHEENE. Indian Doctor,
M't I'llo- M , St. Lonia.Jao.
E A It arid eitieiiii.i ta
' Hilllt fr. e A.lilr... u
VICE Lit Y, Auuiiu. Main'
i d for our S. l. i t i.,t of Lav
ko. 1. I!ov,i)l Jt Co., 10
A r ANTED. - Munufariurli i; innccni anla a
bu.int . h Mtiii In ( Biro, an 1 li.tv. rr city mot .
readvtk.n., A It hundn-d dol.ara o.c. .rv to
pay for t' on d. lin-ry f i r order have been
ecurr.l for the aauo-. o .r monlh proBt
Bnaraiit-fd. J i,e niot urchin; lnv...tl,tu,n
olicltrd A .s AliMiI.DJt CO. comer nl
Street ahd Lroatlwny, Urooklyb, N. Y.
J.ESTEY&C2 Brajtleboro Yl
rr.itil.lti... I Ih In n. h th hia h.
l-.t mi 'Ii-l .!Ii inl.r, in I iv w .t I (i,,,.n iian4
tui4ijira,ui.u. w a scuitrriua co .' I
M irrriiim iwau,
pjn H'iom Re?fordI
DR. KLINE 8 GREAT
forull flat in A Mava lunataa. Only turt
Il HUM If t.umi tu dlrntinl. fin Alt atrT
trttUay iuir. TrftiiH; nd 2 trial bolllafrKt
Cure Jiir fill. .ruiifu nml ,m Atrrctymt.
riioaii.Tiu,iriev pAvink'expn.Mai,6. Si-tid nam
('. O. ai.d upri-.s addreM W 1. KI ISI, vil
Aah eu l1iliiU;jiU, i'a. iutrini;iiiiatdruwim
Without nxdl-lnx. ALLAN'S BOI.mi.K MFPI.
tATEU UotOlliJi. I'altnted Oelolr 18, UTA
No, 1 will enre any fe Infnndava. or loaa.
No. 3 will rijre ll.u moat otwtlnalD cue, nu matter
Of how longauidliiK.
Nonauaeou dmi-a of enbeba, enpalba or oil of
kniliilamod, thai aro certain n ir.iilnrs dyapeima
ty dmroyiiiK the contlumi of tha t.tnrti. No
yrlntrea or airlin?etit luj.icilona lo pruUuui othef
f. Tloiia roMplicailonii.
i'rice tlii. h((l.l BY ALL DUI'OOlaTS, Of
Balled receipt ot nrlrc.
furtif her parlli uHra aenl for circular.
K o. It. i IRQ. J C. ALLAN u., u juimStreat,
W aotrcr j00 reward for any car i they will Dot
Wulct, laf a aud aure cur.
Orlady that rnd n innr
frtt In Mail, that
may prnva trio iteiipii'K-aionu to a ui oi
llli capeclally adapted to llioaewho have 'reacnefl
the foot of the hill. Adilreaa M. VOUNU, IT
Ureenwick Street, New York.
THE FAMILY hAnD BOOK I
or, kki'ii ks and KA.-ia n line Mii.i.forf j
ln,lirtiul.l If, V.r.inn, M.rliuil'i, lrcl.nU, I'MfMilMill,
Klu.l.nu, or Hi. Slrk, D.liUIUUd, I'l"1'
Hi-rltw e... fv... AJdr.iJ.ll.iolUtUI,
Ul Suulta tSlrxl, lltvuklr. N.
Superb IIolIdT l-IItlon.-
mcJIVi OB K S J
f bound and Illuatrv
fled, lent aa tt prom
InnitoBuhaerlla'rata r Dr. fpoto'i HEALTH
MONTH1V. at ll per
year. Sniuplo free, M.
fiuTl'Ub, CO., HH Eaat ism Street, N. Y. City.,
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nlfTATinnn nnlrkly llhn..l Imlilli-llv lrtl Itlltiy
111 I UAvIj u"aU, imiitMMi-.), n.w vu.a.
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