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ROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Illustrations by J. J. Sheridan
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The story opens In New York, Uny I'ar
flenluie, tin- mory-leller, i:isi- i-tiiii; it
reptile owni'il In- CnMiruc ilmlt'tvy of
'i)fuiiy'n. liny and Harris ami I'ierpont.
(wo fririnK depart on a liimtiiif; trip In
I'ardinil Wninls, a rutlier olwui'i' lui.il
II y. Harris reveuli tin- fact that lie lirnl
Jollied tin? Kirri't Ki'i'vict) fur thu purpose
nf riinnlnir dmvn u Kiin of gold milkers.
I'rof. I.at ii'iuiKe, on ilisroveriiii,' tli
HiniK's formula,' liad been mysteriously
killi d. liari ix iici ivi'd a ti l;ram of In
KtructioiiN. lie anil I'ieipont net out to
loratf llii" rrold making H-'tiif. A vnlet n
porteil fi hot a queer I'liiiiiinian In tin1
supposedly 11 11 1 1'lia ut I'll woods. Hoy went
1m nt in . Ho fi ll nsleep In a dell. n
iivvnkeiilni; lie lieheld a beautiful (;lrl al a
minill lake. A lilriliinarlt, leseinlilliie; a
ilrauon's claw, on Kny's l'orelieiid liad a
mysterious effect upon tlii- plrl. who said
lier mime was Ysuinlo. Suddenly s'lie dis
appeared. I'IccIhk In terror liny liclielil
H liorrlhli- Chinese visage peerim; at liim
from the woods. Harris and I'lerpunl i'-'-ttirncil.
Harris exhibited a reptile. !ilr
that owned liy (iodfny. A hall of sup
posed Kold, )m laid. suddenly liee.itiu!
ulivc. lln told of tin' Kuen-Ynln. a Chi
nese nation of sorcerers, niinibeiliu; l"i,
t"i.iJi), and i-pliiliiil that the Moon .Ma
ker, tlnlr ruler, whoso crescent symbol
whs n dniKon claw, was supposed to li.ivo
recently returned to earth. Harris 1'ier-
font and Hoy failed to tind Y sonde's (h II.
.ater. Hoy, liiintllu;. eame to llie beauti
ful spot, where he found Ysondo. She
told him how her stepfather, evidently a
Chinaman, mail" pold nnd of his mysteri
ous actions. Suddenly all turned hl.iel;
Hnd Hoy awoke to tind himself stunned
rind bltcilim: on his own doorstep. Hoy
recovered oulckly. Harris, under a mys
terious spell, told of Ids stay atnotiK tho
Chinese sorcerers, his love there and Its
false enillnR. Several of the pilil-makers,
those who were not sorcin rs, were eith
er ciitiKht or killed. Hoy wandered Into
tho woods and found Ysondo.
CHAPTER VIII. Continued.
No animal swimming out in the
darkness alone; tho shore, no heavy
salmon surRinff, could have sot the
whole shore a Hood as though ' the
wash from a great boat wen; rolling
in. Could it have been the overflow,
through the Weir llrook, of some
elottdbtirst far back in the forest?
This was the only way I could account
for it, nnd yet when I hnd crossed tho
Weir P.rook 1 liad not noticed that it
And as I lay there thinking, a faint
breezo sprans np and I saw the sur
face of tho lake whiten with lifted
All around me the alders were sigh-
inc: 1 heard the forest behind nie
stir; the crossed branches rnbbin
Boftly, bark against bark. Something
it may have been an owl sailed out
of the night, dipped, soared, and was
again engulfed, nnd far across the wa-'
. tcr I heard its faint cry, Ysonde.
Then first, for my heart was full, T
cast myself down upon my face, call
ing on her name. My eyes were wet
when I raised my head for the spray
from the shore was drifting in again
and my heart beat heavily: "No more,
no more." Hut my heart lied, for even
as I raised my face to the calm stars,
I saw her standing still, close beside
mo; and very gently I spoke Ik r name,
Ysondo. She held out both hands.
"I was lonely," she snid, "and I
went to the glade, but the forest is
full of frightened creatures and they
frightened me. lias anything hap
pened in tho woods? The deer are
running toward the heights."
Her hand still lay In mine as we
moved along the shore, and the lap
ping of the water on rod; and shallow
was no lower than our voices.
"Why did you leave me without a
word, there at the fountain in the
glade?" alio said.
"I leave you!"
"Indeed you did. running swiftly with
jour deg, plunging through thickets
and brush oh you frightened uie."
"Hid I leave you so?"
"Yes after "
"Yon had kissed me"
Then we leaned down together and
looked into the black water set with
t-lars, Just as we had bent together
over the fountain in lint glade.
"Do vou remember '"
"Yes. See, the water is inlaid with
silver stars everywhere white lilies
Moating and the stars below, deep,
"What Is the Mower you hold in
"Tell me about Yue l.aou, Dil v.lui
of the Kneii-Yiiiii." I whispered, lifting
her head so I ci. did see hop eyes.
"Would it please ynu to bear?''
"All that 1 know Is jours, now, as
I inn yours, nil tlwtt I am. IN-ml
closer. Is II of Yii'.'l.'ioti you would
know'.' Yne l.amt Is I i.ll Nilin of the
Kueu-Yuln. lb' liM'd lu Hie .Mo m.
He Is old vol y, ii y old, ami once,
before he came to rule the Kuen Ynln.
be was the old man who unites wilh
a silken cord nil predestined couple-;,
after which nothing can prevent their
union. Hut. all thai Is chaiiiied since
In- nunc In rule th" Kueu-Yuln. Now
Ijo ha.-' 1'ieMited lie- Ni:i ilu- i'..nd
I OF MOOWSl
rei'il of China and lias f.isiiionod 1
from their va: o lio.Iie.-. a monster j
which lie c.i!!d the Xhi. T!.;s monster
Is heiTiMo, tor i: i'v only I vi s in iis
own hoily, but it lias thou amis i
loailu'omo satellites - living eiv.u n. -.-;
without mouths, blind, that move when
the Xin moves, like a mandarin an. I
Ins escort. They are part of tho Xin
although they are not attached. Yet
if one of these satellites is injured the
Xin writhes in'agony. It is fearful
this hime living bulk and these crea
tures spread out like severe, lingers
that wriggle around a hideous hand."
"Who told you this?"
"Do yen U'lieve it?"
"Yes. I have soon one of the Xlu's
"Here in the woods."
"Then you believe there Is a Xin
"There must be perhaps In the
"Oil, Xitu Inhabit lakes?"
"Yes. and the seven seas. I am not
"pecanse I wear the symbol of the
"Then I am not safe," 1 smiled.
"Y'es, you are, for I bold ou in my
arms. Shall I tell you more about the
Xin? When the Xin is about to do to
death a man, the Yeth-hounds gallop
throuuh the night"
"What are tho Yeth-hounds,
"The Yeth-hounds are dogs without
heads. They are spirits of niurd
children, which pass through the
woods at night, making a walling
"Do you believe this?"
"Yes, for I have worn the yellow
"The yellow lotus "
"Yellow is the symbol of faith"
"In Yian," she said, faintly.
After a while I said: "Ysonde, you
know there is a (!od?"
"God and Xangi are one."
"Have you ever heard of Christ?"
"No," Rho answered, softly.
The wind began again anion;; the
tree tops. I felt her hands closing in
"Ysonde," I asked again, "do you be
lieve in sorcerers?"
"Yes, the Kuen-Ynin are sorcerers;
Yne-Laou is a sorcerer."
"Have you seen sorcery?"
"Yes, tho reptile satellite of the
"My charm the golden ball, the
symbol of the Kueu-Y'uin. Have you
seen it change have you seen the rep-
"Y'es," said I, shortly, and then re
mained silent, for a sudden shiver of
apprehension had seized mo. Harris
also had spoken gravely, ominously
of the sorcerers, the Kuen-Yuin, and 1
had seen with my own. eyes the graven
reptiles turning and twisting on the
"Still," said I, aloud, "Cod lives and
sorcery Is but a name."
"Ah," murmured Ysonde, drawing
closer to me, "they say, in Yian, the
Kuen-Y'uin live; Ood is hut a name."
"They lie," I whispered, lierci ly.
"He careful," she pleaded; "they
may hear you. Remember that you
have the mark of the dragon's claw on
"What of It?" I asked, thinking also
of the white mark on Harris' arm.
"Ah, don't you kii'iw that those who
are marked with the dragon's claw are
followed by Y'uo Laou, for good or for
evil and the evil means death if you
"Do you believe that?" I asked, Im
patiently. "I know it." she sighed.
"Who told you all this? Your step
father? What In heaven's name is he,
then a Chinaman!"
"I don't know; lie Is not like you."
"Have have you told him anything
"He knows about you no. I hae
told III in nothing iih, what Is this
see It is a cord, a cord of silk about
your neck and about mine!"
"Where did that come from?" 1
"It must be it must hn Yue-Haiut
who binds me to you it. is as my step
father said he said Yuohuou would
bind us "
"Nonsense." I said, almost roughly.
and seized the silken cord, but to tuv I
amazement it melted In my, hands like
"What Is all this damnable jug
glery!" I whispered, angrily, but my
anger vanished as the words were
spoken, and a convulsive shudder
shook me to the feet. Siamllng on the
shore of the lake, a stone's throw
away, was a figure, twisted nnd bent
a little old man. blowing sparks from
a live coal which ho held in bis naked
hand. The coal glowed :h increas
ing radiance, lighting up the skull-
like laco above it, unit threw n red
glow over the sands sit his feet Hu!
the face! the ghastly Chinese lace
on wr.icii tno njiiit liici.ei'iMi am
d i he
snaky slitted -es, sparkling as
coal u'lowed bolter, foal! ll wa
n coal but a ru'den plnlie stainini;
nlht with crimson llames -ii w.-..-
symbol of the Kuen-Ynin.
"See! See!" gasped ml 0, tl'eill
Idiui? violently, "see tin- moon risini',
from between his liimer! ob.
thotmht it was n,y siopl'ailor and il i'
Vue Yaoii, the .Maker of Mikuis no!
no! it is my vti-pfaiher ah. (!ud! lliey
are tin- same!"
I'loeii wiih lenor I s:u:nli!eil in tn
; troll K
i in m d
tropins lor my revolver, which
ill HIV coat pocle-l ; but I utile
held nil'- snu'' li-ie; ul.irli
llie like a W'l) 111 a tllllll-MII'l
silky leeshi"'. I si I .muled and
but 111'- M l ."lew Ih'.hler; it
over us all ii , nu'ul in, drawimr,
,-ine us Inio c.ii li (ither's arms uii-
:il c lay iil' 1 .il -. Ijoiki.i ha'jj
and body and foot, palpitating, panting
like a : ir of tidied pigeons.
And tie creature on the shore bo
l.nv' What was my horror to seo a
mi.on, lut ;e. silvery, rise like a bubble
linn between his lingers, mount high
er. hU'her into the si ill air and hang
aloft in the midnight sky. while an
other union rose from his lingers, and
another and ot another until tho vast
si, an of lieawn was set with moons
iiol the earth sparkled like a diamond
in the white glue.
A great wind began to blow from
th cast and it bore to our ears a
Ion.; mournful howl a cry so un
earthly that for a moment our hearts
"The Yeth-hounds!" sobbed Ysonde;
"do you bear! they are passing
though the forest! The Xin Is near!"
Then all around us In the dry sedge
grasses came a rustle as if some small
animal were creeping, and a damp
acrid odor tilled the air. I knew the
smell. I saw the spidery, crab-like
creatures swarm out around mo and
drag their soft yellow hairy bodies
across the shrinking grasses. They
patsed, hundreds of them, poisoning
the air. tumbling, wriihlng, crawling
with their blind, mouthless heads
raised. Ilirds, half asleep and con
fused by the darkness, fluttered away
before theai in helpless flight; rab
bits sprang from their forms, weasels
glided away like flying shadows. What
remained of the forest creatures roso
and lied from the loathsome invasion.
I heard the squeak of a terrified hare,
the short stampeding of a deer and tho
lumbering gallop of a hear; and all
the time I was choking, half suffocated
by tho poisoned air.
Then, as I struggled to free myself
from the silken snare about me, 1 cast
a glance of deadly fear at tho sorcer
er below, and at the same moment I
saw him turn In his tracks.
"Halt!" cried a voice from the
"Harris!'' I shouted, hair leaping up
in my agony.
I saw the sorcerer spring forward,
I heard the bang! bang! bang! of a
revolver, and as the sorcerer fell on
the water's edge, I saw Harris jump
out inio the white glare and Are again,
once, twice, three times, into tho
writhing figure at his feet.
Then an awlul thing occurred. V
out of I be black lake reared a shadow,
a nameless, shapeless mass, headless,
sightless, gigantic, gaping from end
A great wave struck Harris and ho
fell, another washed him up on the
pebbles, another whirled him back into
the water and then and then tho
thing fell over him and I fainted.
This, (hen, is all that I know con
cernint; Yne-I.iioii and the Xin. I do
not fear the ridicule of scientists or of
the press for I have told the truth.
Harris is gone and the thing that killed
him is alive to-day, In the Lako of the
Slurs, while (lie spider-like satellites
roam through the Cardinal Woods.
The fjuino has Mod, the forests around
ihe lake are empty of any living crea
tures save the reptiles that creep when
Ihe Xin moves in the depths of thu
Cen. lirunininml knows what he has
lost in Harris, nnd we, I'ierpont and
I, know what we have lost also. His
will we found In the drawer, the key i
of which he bad handed me. It was
wrapped in a bit of paper on which
Yue-ljioii. the sorcerer, Is here In tho
('animal Wonils. I must kill him or liu
will kill me. He niaile anil nave to me
the woman I lovnl -ln maile her I saw
him -he niaile la r out of n while water
lotiis bml. When our ehilil was born, he
i -nine auain before mo unit ileum luled
from nie tin- woman I loved. Then, when
I refused, he went away, and that lilulit
my wile nnd child vanished from my
side, nnd I found upon her pillow a white
lotus bod. Uoy, the woman of your
dn hu. Ysonde, may In- my child, (lod
help you if you love her, for Yiie-I,nou
will '.ive -nnd take nway, as thoinrli he
were XniiRi, which Is clod. I will kill
Yiie-T.aoii before I leave this forest or
he will hid me.
Now, the world knows what Harris
thought of the Kuen-Y'uin and of Yue
l.aou. 1 see that the newspapers nre
Just becomlriK excited over the
glimpses that 1,1 Hunt? Chan? has af
forded them of Hlack Cathay and the
demons of the Kuen-Yuln. The Kuen
Yuin ate on Ihe move.
I'ierpont and I have dismantled the
shouting box in tin- Cardinal Woods.
We hold ourselves ready at a mo
ment's notice to join nnd lend the first
poverument party to drat; Mm Lake of
the Stars and cleanse the forest of the
rrab repiiles. Hut it will be necessary
that a larne force assembb-, and a well
j armed force, for wo never have found
the body of Yue l.aou, and, living or
dead. I four him. Is he living?
I'ierpont, who found Ysonde and
; myself miconsioiis on the lake shore,
the morning alter, saw no trace of
rorp- or blood on the sands. Ho may
I have fallen into the lake, but I fear,
! and Yi.onde fears, that hu Is alive. Wu
m ver were able to find eitt'icr her
! dwelling place or the ghulo and the
fountain again. The only thing that
i remains to her of her former life Is
I llie golden serpent in the Metronoli-
! tan .Museum and hor golden globe, tho
j symbol of the Kuen-Yuin; but tho lat-
' tor no longer changes color.
1 David and tin- dogs are waiting for
nie in the courtyard as I write. I'ier
pont is in the gunroom loading shells.
: and Hewlett brings hint mug after
; tnii'4 of my ale from the wood. Ysonde
: In n. is over my desk - I feel her hand
on my arm, a-nl she Is saying: "don't
. vou think ,Miu have done rnough l
! a; . . dial'.' How can you write such
ill inaia a.-e without a shadow of
! ii'.lli or foandailon?"
I TIIK I'M .
Irrlnnd'a Mineral Wealth.
Cnlil. r-l!M'r tiinl h'ji'l piliii'H an', It Ir
;v,i. to hi' uoiKi'il cxtnu-lvi'ly in thu
lilo.ik iliiltii't of 1 1 1 1 i i , 1 1 v 1 1 . Coiinty of
I'l'io ivi'c, i'laii, o( rlimkiiiB the At-;!it;t.'.
TROUBLES CF JUNGLE DENTIST.
of -J . ft
Denllat l wonder does he really
want that tooth pulled, or is ho schem
ing for a breaikfast?
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
Twenty-four Carloads Purchased for
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar '
W1i.it is probal-Iy the liiptjcst lot of
all 1 mcv f,r.u:r tol;co held by any
factory in the United Stater, has just
been purcha;il by lVatiU 1. I-owis, of
l'ooria, for tho manufacture of Lewis'
Siacle Hinder Cigars. Tho lot will
make twenty -four c.irloaas, nnd is so- ,
lected faun what is censiilerod ly ex
perts to le the finest crop raised in
many years. The imtvhuse of tobacco
is sufheient to last tho factory more 1
than two yean". An extra j'vice was (
raid for the selection. Smokers of ;
Lewis' Single Binder Cigars will api're- j
ciate this tobacco. I
yl'coriu i'ur, Janmry 16, kjoq. i
His Trouble. j
Friend Don't worry because your
sweetheart has turned you down since
you lost your money. There are as
good fish in tho sea as ever wore
Jilted One Yes, hut I've luBt uiy
bait. Harper's Haar.
Breaking Up Colds.
A cold may be stopped itt the Mart bv a
Couple of l.aiii' H I'lcaMUit Talilets. llu'ii
III ciim's Wliere a colli Max m ciiii'iI to j;:nn i
so stroiii; ii hold that nolliing coil lit hrcak
it, tlicse tablet have done it ill an hour or
two. All driiKi'istN iiml dealers sell them nt.
2"i cents a liox. If ynu cannot i;et them
ward, I Hoy, . Y, Sample tree.
Only One of Many.
"That's a queerl)' cut dinner Jacket
you have on."
"This Is not a dinner Jacket, It's a
Try lurlno f:i- It cninl.r
For Heil, Weak, Weary, Wutery V.yfH.
I'liliipoiinileil hy Kieiieneeil I'liysleianx.
Conforms to the I Urn Knoil anil Drue
l.nw. Murine lioisn't Small. Smithes Kyu
I'aln. Try Murlno for Your Kfis.
A Profitable Course.
"Mil you tind the course profitable?"
"Mather; tutored six men in it."
Pneumonia and C'otisuiiudion nre al- t
ways preceded by mi ordinary cold. Ham
Iiiin Wizard Oil rubbed into the client
draws out the inllaiiiiniit ion. break up
the cold and prevents all koiioiih trouble,
A sacred burden Is the life ye henr.
Look on it, lift it, bear it solemnly.
Stand up and walk beneath it stead
fast ly. ru'inble. i
Brooklyn, N. Y. j
Addros the (iarlielil IV.i Co. a) iihove j
when writini! for free wimples of !arlield
Tea, the true remedy for constipation. I
If yon are acquainted with happl- j
ness. Introduce him to your neighbor, j
Hisliop Urooks. j
Throat Trouble may follow n CohrIi, or ;
Hoarseness. ' lirowii'H llrniieliiiil I rnelies
dlvo relief. cents a bo. Samples free.
John 1. lirown & Sun, Huston, .Mass.
A man would rather lose $25 at the
racetrack than give it to Lis wife to
buy a bounet.
Lewi' Single Hinder - the famous
straibt Tie ciptr. always liest. iiiilily.
Your dealer or Iwis' Facto'v, Peoria, III.
Fortunate Is the woman who remem
bers that, frowns beget more wrinkles
1MI.FS (TKKIt IN TO 14 OAYS.
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uto 14Uaor uiniicy n tuniieil. (Km.
The most certain sign of wisdom Is
a continual cheerfulness. MontaiRiie.
Mm. Wlnnlow'ii Nonthlwr Kyrnp.
Pnr i tillilri'D tecthlnit, imtlriiii ilin ifinni, rmliiron In
hmintlim, ll lj inilu.i urun wtail cullv, 'c IhiIIIu.
And sometimes a poet fools people
by wearing his hair short.
It Cure While Yon Walk
Allen' Ktwii-fciiM. fiir-'iriiviinl hinnnti-,, hot, Mtenty
culluuh arhoii; teei, Z',r nil iiruuifilK.
An unbridled tongue is the worst of
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ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
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rets for throe months nnd being entirely
cured of stomach catarrh nnd dyspepsia,
I think n word of praise is due to
'Cascarets' for their wonderful composi
tion. I have taken numerous other so
called remedies hut without avail, and I
tind that Cascarets relieve more ki a day
than all Uie others I have taken would iu
a year." James McGune,
ioS Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J.
Monimit, Pal.itiiM.-. I-ntcnt, Tnste f.orxl.
llo tiiHiil. Never Sicken, Weaken or (iripe.
lac, 2V, Nk;. Never sola lu bulk. The (ten
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