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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE TIMESERVER. _ CHARLES KELSEY GrtlNES. lchl. l.y the International Lit- erary anil Nuwii Service.) SYNOPSIS. grimy hands uplifted here, but by the count of spear-points I extended my arm toward the Spartan This story IB narrated by an politician, why in a previous ;waa Tlicrumenos, a native of ancient Atlv ens lor some reason ho ran recall'the !dojine events of this previous existence. ITJ i rorm a remarkable narrative of the [1 eioponnesliui war, about 400 B. C. .Thommencs not young, but ho is in .lovo with Gorgo, the (i.iueliter of a Spartan. The Kirl and her (a- :ther were rescued from shipwreck by wlio was in command of tamp. Then I brought forward Lysan- -AmeHcan who cuffed them well with his existence rough Doric tongue. "It's more a ijueslion of your necks than of your he told them. They were cowed. Many left the as- sembly; others stood elum, while our war. Out of trireme participating In the this grows the love of Th. uoreo. Mfgabrontos IB an Sparta and dare not return whlTe'Lysan- is In power. Disaster overtakes the Athenians, and finally their utter defeat Aefiospotanrt nuts them at the mercy ,af Lyriimler. The Athenians are hrnve and determine to resist thu surrender ot the city to the Spartans. But famine Comes upon tlivm, and the Bight of Uorjjo hungry is more than Tlieramenes can island. lie proposes to go to T.ysnnder with a plan to savtt the cltv. Jie tells people he will aave the walls. So th .eend him toLysandt-r. Theramenes'pro OEftion is that the Spartan shall set un .subservient oligarchy, which the AthJnl" Qn will organize if the conqueror will hut 'yield. The walls must KO dow'n ami much else be yielded to the conqueror? Umiier finally overcomes tJic pride of the Athe- nians but it takes much persuasion be- fore Theramenes goes back to Lysandcr to announce the acceptance- of the hard PART VI. To save my country from destruction 1 had but rayed it; when I saw the misery of what survived, I almost re- pented. Rut now 1 was in Lyaander's game, and must play it out. That is the plague of this doing evil that good may a temptation that I never! could resist. It IB like war-when once' you have begun you must see it through I partisans voted as we dictated. That ivka the last of democracy In my time; but my time was short. TVe still had some formidable enem4es. "Whom ive dared not leave alive. Tt was exile from a dirty job, but necessary, and I did "HERE'S TO MY SWEET CRITIAS." One thing I did do, how- at any c st. "Wo hnd agreed upon a list cf exiles' who must bo called hack. They were I mostly n gang of broken politicians and discredited of the breed of CaJHxentis; who, thanks to me wasn't included. I held them in detes- i tation, but to make up an oligarchy had to have such creatures. So they camp flocking in from every quarter, ragged, greedy, vindictiv Among those whose names I had s not protest. ever. I said, one evening a little later, "they have marked Thrasybulus for death." "What! Your brave comrade in the "The man who stood by me in the sea-fight, Gorgo." "Theramenes will not permit she n with my own and when I do did it the madness that forebodes ruin had already seized was Crilias. He came hurrying down from a veritable hot-bed of turhulence, treach- ery, and ferocious where h. had been playing the part of a rene- gade among the natives. These mod- ern operations of Weyler in Cuba and the Philippines will eive you some idea nature uf his achievements there of th training tor the work he was to do in Athens. First we organized a sort of Commit- tee of Safety, Critias. of course, being a member. Fierce and decisive, daring the act while others nursed the wish, be quickly stepped to the front. I alone could withstand him; but for a season our task was so plain that there was little opportunity for clashing, and for an instant her name cried; seemed fitting. "Theramenes will not permit it." I answered. "Vet he Is not yet quite ready to say his last good-bye to ffo." Ko I stole through darkness to his house. "See to It, Thrasy: ulus, that Snty doesn't find you h I warned him. tomorrow morn- He grasped my dropped it. he exclaimed, "this is a notable servirp; but I don't know whether to scorn or honor you. I can't make you you are friend or foe to our democracy. Your policy Is too crooked for me; though these, In- deed, are crooked days." I answered, "here Is Ihe truth. I am a friend to Athens, at least, and to men such as you. For the rest, I believe neither in mobs nor in tyrants. 1 believe in the rule uf sense .nd brawn. I would Rive citizenship Io every soot! none else." He. again grasjjed my hand. "You .re In the right of it, Theranmnes; and to he concluded. "Loot well to your own safety." Yet. even in the- race of all that. I vanquished him. I shall not attempt to rental what I said, for this whole story is my defense; but I pleaded as I iiad never pleaded before. "1 placed you here." I placed you where you now sit to me. It was I who led you back from friendless Critias. He is the traitor, who Is Ktninini; your names with eter- nal infamy( and making all men hate you. H is he who Is bringing upon you the ruin that J would have averted. The people, whom he says I have twice betrayed, have always loved and hon- ored me; mid to-day, who would not trust me sooner lhan I spoke with intense feeling, for Gor- go was in my mind, and the thought of the verdict she might render was more to me than life. When J had fin- ished, the hall rang with applause; I could never convicted there. Such a sense of respite and relief came over me GE when a tired swimmer first feels the sand under his feet; 1 should again see Gorgo. lint I was deceived; I found myself like a swimmer who has set his feet on a quicksand. Critias rose sternly to his feet, and forbade the ballot. "It is the business of a good presi- he said, "to prevent mistakes. I therefore strike the name of this traitor from the list of those entitled to trial; and Satyrus here, and the Eleven, will nut permit him to escape." It fell like a thunderbolt: the whole council was daunted The audacity of the thing was magnificent; the cleaving of the Qordlan knot was nothing to It. As Satyrtis with his posse of licensed murderers advanced, I sprang to the altar. "He has made my cause the cause of I cried, "for there is no one of you whose name may not be stricken off as easily." They knew It; they saw it only too clearly-and that, perhaps, Is the rea- Rori why none of them lifted a finger in my defense, as Satyrus tore me from the altar and dragged me away to ex- ecution. As we passed through thi streets one thought was dominant ii my mind -that 1 must proclaim my in- nocence. "Shut your snarled Satyrus, "or you will suffer for it." But I laughed in his face with the hardihood of despair. "And if I do shut it, Satyrus, shall I not suffer, think In fact, they had arranged for my death with such diabolical forehanded- ness, that when we reached the prison the hemlock ivas already brayed and mixed. I tossed It off like a toast: "Here's !o my sweet I cried, Easy Physic. There is a wrong and n right way to correct constipation. The wrong way is the old-style, powererful pill, which exhausts the stomach, right way is MON'5 ni I 1C jIiyERPILLS oN ic PELLETS i'or sale by (Grnsa Pellens. Get nnrtk-uhra from Agents regardinj excursion tickets offered for sale b; the Nickel I'late Koad on Sundays, to parties of live or more. .No. 109. Hundreds of lives paved every flay b; having Dr. Oil in tin just when it is needed. Cure? croup, hriils burns, cuts, wounds of ever; sort. THE UN'EXCELIED DINING CARPER- VICE OX ROAD. THE NICKEL PLATE "SEE TO IT, THRASYDULtTS." At length, when the time was ripe and our preparation perfect, we called a mass meeting of nil the citizens. For our irrepressible Demos, with his stom- ach filled with bread and a moderate shall pray to yvury pod and m Olympus for your success. Yet hose are perilous tactics, and if once hat Thracian bandit and his crew___" "I think I can take care of my own iead, Thrasybulus." So WP parted; and this man was snb- equent.y my another fact hat J was forced to wait twenty cen- luries to learn. I was wrong: 1 was j Critias. I couhtcd on tin game; he simply swept tlie pieces from the bonrd with lawless violence. as I Hung the dregs from the cup. Then, drawing my mantle across my face, I lay down to dream Gorgo; oh! that I might fnr onejnstant have seen her! And except in dreams, I have never since seen her face, nor can I learn her fate, for her name I cannot find on the lages of history. Yet I am well assured .hat when I walk the earth she, too, is somewhere in the flesh, and that some ime, in the lapse of ages, I shall meet happier scenes, I trust, than environed us in the Athens of Theram- enes, the honest time server, and (since tate would have it so) the martyr. CTUE END.) Seginnmg Monday.. June 20th, break- fast will be served A La Girte, on dining cars of Nickel Plate Road. No. 85 Don't Tobacco Spit flud Smoke lonr Life Ana j. To quit tobacco easily and lorever, be mag ictic, full or life, nerve and vigor, take No-To Bac, the woader-worlter, that makes weak men strong. AH Cureguaran teed. Booklet und sum pie free. Address Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York, o Bob Moore, of Lafayette, Iml., says that for constipation lie lias found Dc- Witt's Little Early Kisers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Gross Fort Wayne to Chicago and All Points East and West; Lowest rates via Nickel I'late .Road. A peerless trio of fast express trains daily cocli direction. All express trains of -Nickel Plato Itoad arrive and depart from Van Buren Street Union Sta- tion, Chicago. It. J. Hamilton, Agent, Kurt Wayne, Ind. 'Phone 507. No. 72 IT WORKS WHILE YOU SLEEP. Hall's Painless Corn Cure gives imme- diate relief and a cure is certain. At all druggists, 25e. PENNY WISE AND POUND FOOLISH re they who have not Foley's Colic Cure s a safeguard in the family. Dreier Bro. Tlic Xickel PJntc road sells one fare for he round inp tickets July 2nd, 3rd and tli. Returning July Xo. 104 ARXOLD'S BlUTMO-OKfJ-'RV. leiinl of it? Try it fur headache and sec. Q.cU. Cross An Icvtilen. The aboriginal Indians did not know such a disease as Catarrh. That proves it is not "it native.'' It is not climatic or a hlbud disease. It 1ms been into tlie country, it is an invasion, and with proper tiT-atuiciit and united effort it can IJL- expHlcd. It must ho expelled t or nut a man, woman'or child will its jmfriil clutch. Already it has obtained an alarming foothold. prisoners in its chains, nnd reach- ing fur inori', and getting them, too., every day. It is the inicrolic; the pes- tilent jfcrin, iluatimr out on the foul breath of every Catarrh victim. "A sower went forth io sow." Tint no Power ever sowed such seeds of putrifaution und death, sowed them HO broadcast and pro- (luted .such a harvest as the sower tnrrli genus with his putrid breath. And every HPW victim becomes a now sower. Where is it to end? Sold by all drug- i.sls. !Mcyer Bros, agents. Co., wholesale Ir. Bert is reported seriously To cleanse the blood, strengthen Ihe kidneys and regulate tlie stomach, liver nd bowels, PRICKLY ASK BITTERS is grand remedy. It cures indigestion, con- stipation and promotes activity, in body nd brain. Kcinking tool; out a permit to built a two-story building lot 41S I fauna's addition, to coat White Fruit House PRICES EOR 1898. 1807 is gone ami ivitli it much of the doubts and fears of the business world. Fortification in Warfare. The value of adequate fortifications in case of af tack arc admitted even those most ignorant of Hie rules of warfare. It is also obvious that all sucli measures are tlic result of forethought and prepara- tion. To put off building tlie ncceSEary advanced half a cent a pound, and the medium grades of teas have been itfectt on account of the present duty. COFFEE IS DOW.N 3c PER POtHsTD-THIS MAKES A REDUCTION DURING THE YEAR OF 4c PER POUND. We now make a specialty of roasting our best Rio Coffee here at home, and m thia way our customer gets a much fresher roast than in packages Besides you ran see what you are buying, as it s loose and not in packages? It in quite H saving to our customers and a much better article. Our Best JKoastcd Rio, 12yac Ib. A WORD TO PHYSICIANS. Uo you know that many broad-minded. physicians arc using Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Syrup m their practice? They have found no rewedy that gave as sat- isfactory results for all throat and lung complaints as this great cough medicine, Dreier Ero. TO PORTLAXD, OHG., SPECIAL RE- DUCED IlATJiS VIA NICKEL PLATE ROAD. Tk'kuU ou sale June 29th and 30th. Tenth Triennial National Council of Coil- gational Churches. Ask Agents. No. SO Mail Pouch in Packages, 10 Levelling in Packages, 12c lOc Ib. Ib. Green Rio, Very Best, lOc Ib. Good Rio, Green, 8c Ib. Old Government, Java, 25c Ib. Rich Mocha, Green, 25c Ib; Roasted, Roasted Java. 3Ic Ib. 31c Ib. SUGARS REMAIN T1IE SAME ON ALL GRADES. Yellow C, 4c Jb. Standard Granulated. Ib Extra Yellow C, Ib. Best Cut Loaf. Ib. Standard Coffee A, 5yf Ib. Best Powdered, Ib. HYSON, GUN POWDER AND JAPAN TEAS. No eh A nee No change in prices; they have advanced on a few grades, but our pri higher. The sales pn Teas increase each year. This is iu consequence o good Teas at a regular uniform price. Also in consideration of the fac ing go ices are f keen- fact that After the fllglit or Thrasyhulus came tho terror. Against my heated protest, a uermanent Spartan garrison was defenses until the enemy is ncliinll ivould be the veriest folly, vul a majority of people neglect fortifications that ;u-u equally ns imporfant in an in- lividnal There exists -substantially i state of never-i-nding war betwcru na- ture und dipcnsc. At ccrtiiin seasons the j extreme atuio.spln.-iit; cumlitiojis throw a. nnefof the we have what we call our sickly seasons, notably the emmner and fall. K i? from the established o: willing; Lysnnder. and the very Acropolis, The citizens were disarmed: I found myself almost helpless. Then spite and greed ami lust and Critias hnd full swinjf. Each day brought a new bulletin of murders; accusation was evidence; sus- picion was conviction. Politics scarcely flfiurcd now: to be rich meant assassin- above all else, our Spartan mercenaries must be paid and pam- pered, and in what other way was gold to be cot In impoverished Athens? At last there were many signs of re- action; und it was plain that I would lit- its rallying point. The terror was defeating ftself, for men were driven Io desperation, and submission seemed no safer than resistance. Then Critias determined ID compromise me utterly he-fore the people by forcing lentify myself with his vilf Each member of the Thirty was to soluL-t a victim from am meticK, or foreign trad. me to t acts, direct- ing the mur- dered and robbed for his espccfnl bene- fit. These people had no more to do cushion of nYsh between his with than our American Chi- hls .sltin. was again lifting up his head i nopc It was likt; poisoning and with some suggestion of his former im- pudence. We were minded that he -should feel our power, and himself bury hiij defunct democracy under its own ballots. "Best do all under the forms of 3 TirRued. "It is Just ns easy, and a 'safeguard against the chance of revo- lution I nddi'd, incautiously. And promptly did Critias catch me plundering the guest who sleeps under your roof. "What shall I do, I asked, when I Imd told her. "What shall you do, she cried. So I flatly refused to have any part in this Iniquity; .ind Critias, both angered find frightened by the stand I made, re- solved to get rid of me at all hazards. His methods were summary. When I up. "Revolution will have no hereafter entered the council chamber the next 'for you and me, he re- j 'torted. "You may as well quit hedging: the story of the Four Hundred won't morning, he rose nnd denounced me as double-dyed traitor. ___. I must allow that he made nut sornu- hc repeated." And from that hoi _ me with keen suspicion. my life been so shrewd that pretty The.people met In defiant mood. Wo nearly everything In my career looked laid before them u proposal to vest equivocal. I had scarcely realized the all powers ot state in a. Supreme Dl- full import of the Indictment to which rectory of thirty members, ten named I had exposed myself, until I heard him. by mo, ten by Critias, nnd ten by the t had betrayed the city to the Four they named the Hundred, he declared, and the Four strictly in accord with the prescribed rules of warfare to fmiify the body in advance of this tickly season. Tlic vital organs, the kidneys, liver, .stomach and bowels should be cleansed, tlimulatcd and strengthened so as io resist the cncinv when he appears. To purify and tone up fhe system, en- rich Hie blood and establish vigorous health throughout the body, PRICKLY ASH HlTTEnfi is and reliable. Its value as a. hVfctcju Ionic has bren Hhown in ninny years nf constant use. It removes bilious depression, nauseated .toniiicli, and sluggishness of body or brain and quickly restores activity, en- ergy and buoyancy of fpirits. An in- valuable fortifier against sickness. says DeWitt's Litttlc Early Riecra are the Itst pills he ever used in his family luring forty year.s uf housekeeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in but great in results. Gross and Pel- lens. A lawn ice rrc.iiii sufi.il will IH> (five iy tlic South Way lie kise bull club at the of Broadway and DeWald Ptrcrt thi vening. ---------.....o-------------- "Energy all gone? Headache? Stomach out of order? Simply a case of torpid vcr. Burdock Wood Bitters will make a new man or woman of you. x Chicago yos- Mr. Robert Davis went k right men. Then roso n. echo' of former storms. I had been careful not to present the motion myself, but now J came for- 'wnrtl. "My I said, when they had aufctctl n Ifttlc, "you will do well to rc- Hundred ing the the men dernocracy, who had ace.ua- been my partners. I hud betrayed tho gen- erals, who sought to shield and befriend me. I had betrayed Athens to Lyaan- der, nnd had again betrayed the democ- racy by setting up the Thirty, whom I This goes, not by count of the to the democracy "This mai is, unfU we purchase in large lota direct from the importer; in this way ive save to our customers the profits of the jobber and wholesale dealers, which is at least 30 to 15u per pound. This saving give to our customers. Young Hyson, best, SOc. Gunpowder, good, 30c. Young Hyson, good, 30c- Gunpowder, best, 50c. Young Hyson, fair, 20e. Imperial, good, SOc. Oolong Black Ten, 25c. Imperial, bcsb, SOc. Oolong Best Tea, 50e. Japan, very best, SOc, Tea m 1-lb Packages, I5c. Japan, good, SOc. CANNED GOODS -HOJffi PACK AND CALIFORNIA. Tomatoes are away up, much higher than last year. JVit Jlouie Pack Tomatoes, lUc i-an. California Gages, 12e cnn JU-Kt Biiltimnvo 1'ie J'cadics, 7c can. Califoniia Peaches, Ifie can. Illinois Sweet Corn, 7c can. California Egg PIuniH, 12c- can. Egyptian Brand, New York Corn, 9c can. California Apricots, 12e can. Juno Peas, Uc can. DRIED FRUITS-DOMESTIC AND CALIFORNIA. California Raisins, best, 8c Ib. Evaporated Apples, lOc Ib. California Raisins, extra, 4c Ib. Domestic Apples, 7c Ib. California Nectarines, Be Ib. "No. 1 Raspberries, ISc Ib. California Prunes, 5e and Sc Ib. Best Blackberries, lOc Ib. California Peaches, lie Ib. Zautce CurranU, 7u Ib. SL4PLE SYRUP, OTHER SYRUPS AND NEW ORIGANS MOLASSES. Maple Syrup, per gallon, 7iic. New Orleans Molasses, 15e. Lyndon -Maple in bottles, 35e. Best New Orleans, gallon, 3oc. Golden Drip, per gallon, 25c. No. 1 Sorghum, gallon, SOc, FISH. Family White Fish, quarter bbl., Mackerel, kitt, Vnmily Whitfi Fibh, kitt, 4uc. Hollaml IIcrniiL', SOc. No. 1 White Fish, half bbl., Scotch Herring, No. 1 White Fish, kitt, OOc. Best Georgia Bank Cod Fish, fie Ib. OILS- -HARNESS, NEATSFOOT- LINSEED AND MACHINE. Harness Oil, 50c gallon. Machine Oil, bright, 25c gallon. Kwitsfoot Oil, COe gallon. Linseed Oil, boiled, SOc gallon. Fish Oil, COe gallon. Linseed Oil, raw, 50c gallon. Machine Oil, dark, SOc gallon. Lard Oil, No. 1, 60c gallon. CHEAP SUGAK HAS MADE CHEAP CANDY. Pure Stick, Sc Ib. Bon Sons, extra, lOc Ib. Pure French Mixed, 7c Ib. Bon Bons, fruit, 20c Ib. French Mottoes, 12e Ib. Cinnamon Drops, lOc Ib. Gum Drops, 5c Ib. Peppermint Lozenges, lOc Ib, Thia is the lowest price lor Candy in number of years.. FINE CUT AND PLUG TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases. It gives- immediate relief. Gross Pellens. PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, STEAJI AND HOT WATER HEATINQ AUTISTIC WOOD MANTLES AND FIRE-PLACE FURNISHINGS' TILE FLOORS AND WAINSCOTING.. 46 48 East Main St. i HOPE HOSPITAL. ralnied. put k kuted and TMtUited in th. molt MlcitUBe iir. tat tki room, ire hrnlihri ricklj u< am- tor.i.blr tot the cseluiln w of Toe jiatroiiKgfl of our own peopl. 1. lolliltwl. Terai KuoMbli. Hope Hoipitil hu I voilfc M record lor the lueceu Kc.nd I. tlie tenrai ol pitleute dnpenteljr HI. flood luniir u M portut u elcilU.1 phyilctelii. Qo to HoM plUl Tn ut HI u< It t.'nu Fine Cut, good, 25e. Fine Cut, extra, 40c. Fine Cut, best, 75c. Tlie "Hoy's Delight Cigars, 45c box. Artistic Cigars, 65c box. Itoyal Culiano Cigars, box. Plug, Buttle Ax, 27e Ib. Plug, Horse Shoe, 4iif Ib. Phifr, J. T., best, Ib. Smoking Tobacco, pound, 17c. Sweet Conqueror, pound, 18c. Mail Pouch, pound, 32c. LIQUORS AND WINES IvR SIEDICAL USE ONLY. Domosire winea are extremely low this season. Kelley Island Catawba, 70c gallon. Kclley Island Port, SOe gallon. Kelley Island Sherry, 80c gallon. Gerinnn Kuemrael, gallon. German Kucmmcl, bottles, COc. California. Angelica, 80c gallon. California Muscatel, SOc gallon. Wines in Bottles, 30c. Whiskies, New, nnd 51.25 gallon. Whiskies, Old, and f2.50 gallon. CARPETS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS. WINDOW SHADES AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, We have a large line and nice assortment of Oil Cloths, Carpets and Window Shades. We keep all grades and prices. Our wbolo corner room is devoted to these goods, BO you can always find n good display at low prices. Window Shades, good, lOc each. Linoleum, good, square yard. Window Shades, extra, 20c each. Linoleum, best, 70c square yard. Window Slindcs, best, 25c each. Floor Ooil Cloth, good, 20c square yard. Rag Carpet, home-made, per yard, 32c. Floor Oil Cloth, boat, SOc square yard. Brussels Carpets, good, yard, Ingrain Carpets, goodj 28c yard. Brussels Carpets best, yurd, G5c. Ingrain Carpets, best, 40c yard. Extra Supers, per yard, OOc. Bo sure nnd call on us for your Cnrpeta, Oil Clotha and Window Shades. Wf hent all others. Yon can wive at least 20 cents on tlic dollar at the White Fruit House. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE, Fort Wayne, Indiana. I un Prepared to Haul Dead Horses Free of DAY OR KIGHT. THEO. BATES, n HOME PHONE 305. SCHIUMAinr KIAEHff, Funeral Dlrectori and No. 30 W. Main St., l''ort Wayne, Ind. TELEPHONES-Ji'or Night call, Nos. 175 130j for Office, No. 223. YOUNG W05IESPS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION NOON REST. 61 West Berry Street CHEAP irEALS FOR WOMEN, lireaklaat, to Dinner, 11 io 1.. Supper, to 7. White National Bank, Capital, Surplus, 4 per cent, interest per annum OB Tinio Depowfft. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent nt 85 per annum.   

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