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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE STORMING OF JARED TAYLOR'S HEART. By 1SS3, ijy tnc international I4t- and News Service.) 8ne incapable of moviug. of SYNOPSIS. thinking even; but at tho .sound of CornoBa an3 Cordelia Slater arc twin fiteps on the without Bhe leaned splinters living: their again toward the blind, only to sink peaceful JJvea in Brofid meadows. Captain back with a low cry as sho saw Cor- nella the not unwilling Cap- The sisters begin to discuss Jared ono teil1 UP tne garden path. Sho was con- .alternoan as he posses their Cor- scious of the scraping of chairs on the murky tliat tho widower ffTbeglnnhie "to followed by the appearance uf take notice." From this Cornelia declares her sistcr momentarily at the parlor tuat aho knows that Jarcd Taylor IB look- door with an autboritative gesture, in, la afraia Homo young ciriwlll get him. It meet sucsi- Hcr beat trera- wouJd bo a shame, she declares, for n ulously. A day that very discovery. PART II. "Those onp custards you made last "Wednesday were for Cordelia gasped.' "I thought they were for Lu- cia Halo. You told me BO." "Ltolil you .the truth, hut Lucia Hale couldn't eat a half dozen, and I didn't propose to slave myself to death pro- viding delicacies for her children. One custard -was quite enough for her." "But how did you get them to "That -wasn't .difficult." Miss Corne- lia returned with a low chuckle. "I went past his house on my way from the Hates, and he was on the side pi- always sits there mornings. We exchanged a few remarks about the hour had altered everything. She put forward a Hmp hand and trembled at the hearty pressure it received. A thousand thoughts leaped into her mind. She was glad she had selected blue ribbons that afternoon. Blue was always becoming, and it was his fa- vorite color reminiscence of her girlhood, stirred suddenly into life. She glanced down abashed, and her low- ered eyes rented upon the soft curve of her forearm. Sho wondered if----- Her sister's step sounded along the hall and Miss Cordelia sank shame- facedly Into the chair which the Cap- tain placed for her, hugging her el- bows desperately to hide both her flesh and her confusion. Miss Cornelia approached, carrying a tray in her hands. She deprecated weather, and then I said I'd Borne cus- the Captain's aid with a coquettish lards Jn my basket tluit were made af- toes of her curls, while Cordelia gazed ler poor, dear Eliza's recipe. I was aghast at the festal preparations The taking them to a neighbor, but J meant high glass pitcher and the slender turn- to Icavo them with him Instead. He biers Grouped at Ha side were objects looked as delighted ae a child, and, what's- ,morfi, he didn't say no. Ho hasn't sent-back the cups yet. Well, he's welcome to them, especially as two are cracfecd." "You wore your mauve muslin on Miss Cordelia said dream- ily. "J remember wondering why you put Jt on, for Uie road to Lucia's is so dusty. You always look very nice in mauve, Corny, dear." Sbo paused for shrub were not moment to gather courage, then Bhc Hanked by the old of veneration in the Slater household. The astonished woman could not re- member the time when she had not ad- mired their beauty. As a child her chubby lingers hart followed the gold tracery along tbe edge on some rare holiday, while the caution, "Take sounded perpetually in her ears. She wanted to echo it now. What was Cornelia thinking And as if the illiciont. It was of lily root and naked tremulously, "Have you mad gold, filled with little, glistening cates anything else for A Balinfictl smile curved the cornel of Miaa Cornelia's prim mouth. Sh plaited a fold of her Bkfrt between he fingers before speaking. "What did I do yesterday Corde Hat" There was the meetlnj for- the heathen In the morning, and i was slimly attended. It always is, an  a voice that wan still sweet, and such moments thrilled the stout heart of the commissariat with a dis- may that not even the pride In her own ringlets could quell. Of what avail were her ringlets when her an- tagonist arranged her tresses in sim- ilar fashion and while the fair weather held curls produced by artificial means looked the same to masculine eyes as those provided by Nature's hand? (TO DK CONTINUED.) Easy Physic. There is a wrong and a right way to correct constipation. The wrong way is the old-style, powererful pill, which exhausts the stomach'. ANDToNtc PELLETS r bale by Gross Pollens. mwf 'l3r. C. U. Slcniiin wns called to Kan BUS City yesterday by the serious illness of his son, Will iStcinen, WHO has in itttack of upptmdieitia. ErlacntuTonr Howuli TVtth Cancaretn. Cnndy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. If C. 0. C, fall, rlrucdsts rotund uionov. Mr. Fred Peters 1ms BO fnr recovered from (lie effect a of IUB recent accident at! to IMS ublc to take a. (rip down, town in his carriage. DON'T STOP HIM I lie has a bad attack of colic and making for Drcier Bro.'s drug store after a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure, 2oe. Work on the south side pnvemcnfs, in progressing1 speedily. IT WORKS WHILE YOU SLEEP. Hall's Painless Corn Cure givca imme- diate relief and a cure in certain. At all druggists, 25c. Jlr. W. D. Robinson, of Chicago, is in the city for a few days on a. bufiincss trip. 5Ir. M. T. Blokes, for some ycais in the law department of the treasury, tit Wash- ington, is in tlic city, which, by Mir> wny, is hia old home. Mr. Stokes may decide to locate, and practice here. THE UNEXCELLED DINING CAUSER- VICE ON KOAJX TflE NICKEL PLATE Beginning Monday, June iiOth, fast will be curved A Lit Carte, on dining ears of Nickel Plate Road. No. 85 Jliss i'jhineri'ldii "Frederick rrccnlly fspcut. it few days with friends in firancl uls. She reports thnt she had it vi-ry time. Win your battles against disease by acting promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumption, And in latter stages it furnishes prompt relief. Cross Pollens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gellor and 31 r. ind Mrs. Charles U'inkelmeycr and baby mve gone to Homo City for their sum- mer outing. MISS CORN-ELTA APPROACHED, CARRYING A TRAY TNT TIER HANDS. The clover strategist, unheeding the tumult she had awakened in one breast at least, placed her burden upon a table and poured out a glass of the rosy liquid, motioning to her sister to serve herself. The Captain took the 'roffered delicacy shyly and waited until his lio.stu.sg had possessed herself if a similar glass, then he raised his o his lips, bowing to the two gentle- vomcn. He took a deep draught and itit down his empty glass with an ap- ireciativo sigh. "I've had a long and a hot walk this afternoon, he said half apolo- getically. Miss Cornelia replied, droop- ng her 1 3ad eoiuinlseratingly; "I saw when you passed, Captain Taylor, nd I knew your sad errand. It is IJKO guod heart to be so faithful. Poor, ear "Poor, dear echoed Miss Cor- el i a. The Captain blinked and looked off t the nodding lilies in the garden. This little tribute of sympathy was ery welcome to his lonesome heart ere was a short pause, during which groped about mentally for some- :ilng to say, but his embarrassment ould furuish nothing appropriate. e moved awkwardly and brought his jreat fist down upon his knee, where ft had spread his handkerchief. It in contact with tbe tiny cake rhieh he had taken from the dish a ew minutes before. He picked It up nd inspected it half quizzically, as if ebating its real use. Then ho put It his lips. The next moment ho turned to his hostess. "What d'ye eall he demanded brusquely. simpered Miss Cornelia. "They're made from an old last cen- tury rcclpo that belonged to my grand- nunt. I hope you find them good." "Your aunt was a glory to her scr, Captain Taylor cried. "Find 'em good! I'm a blunt mnn and I gen- erally Rpeak my mind, so you must ex- cuse mo when I say they're deuced good, and wltli your permission I'll have another." Tlierc is more oaliirrh in this section uf flic- country ilian all other discuses put together, mid until the last few years was Sltpposou tp be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local dfeuiiHP, and prescribed local reme- dies, and by constantly failing to cure with locftl treatment, pronounced it in- curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. ITi CiilfiiTh Cure, manufactured by J1. J. Cbonoy Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is tukcn internally in doses from 10 drops to .1 teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- tem. They offer one hundred dollars for any ca.se it fails to cure. Send for circu- lars and testimonials. .Address, F. J. CllKXEY, CO., Toledo, 0. by Dicier Uro., druggists, Hall's Family Pills an; the best. A wise 01 scarlet, fever lias fn-oii n; lorli'il in thu family living Iliinnii .tm't, mid :i cnue of diphtheria exists at Oay and Buchnnan .streets. For forty years Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild has been curing sum- compliiint, dysentery, diaiThocii, ilnody flux, pain in Hie stomacli, and it never yet failed to do everything for it. x II. Marnefl am! K. V. Mi-Clui-jt, onijielicr. spent yeMcrday in tliis i-itv. Kor strong nerves, good digosiion, PO sleep and cheerful spirits, liik-e PHICIvl.Y ASH HITTERS. It puiilies Uie blood ;m.l roguhitcs tin; whole system. SuiU'srnuu, of tlic Kundall In south last, wook to spend u it Inmfiiijr in IMiswuri, IKIS wriUen broilicr, J. F. ISlutoriiiinii. is (-unfilled (it liia room at with :ui attack uf rluMliliati-in. If you onn't work well in hot Uke PIUClvLY ASH 1JITTI5IIS, it, lairs tho important'organs of UK! Iimly nud forlifie-s the systoin to resist the. ni- crvuting inlhiciicc of summer lirat. White Fruit House PRICES FOR 1898. 1807 is gone and with it much of the doubts and fears of Uie busineBB world. Certainly things con get no WOTBBJ on the contrary we have every hope and rea- son to believe that they will improve during the coming year. A great many goods are low, but condilionB warrant an advance all along the line. Sugars have advanced half a cent a pound, and the medium grades of have been, Effected on account of the present duty. COFFEE IS DOWN 3e PER MAKES A REDUCTION DURING TUB YEAR OF 4c PER POUND. We now make a specialty of roasting our beet Rio Coffee here at home, in this way our customer gets a much fresher roast 'than in packages. Besides, you con see what you are buying, aa it s loose and not in packages. It is quite a saving to our customers and a much better article. Our Best Roasted Rio, Ib. Green Rio, Very' Bert, lOc Ih. Mail Pouch in Packages, lOc Ib. Good Rio, Green, 8c Ib. Leverring in Packages, 12c Ib. Old Government, Java, 25c Ib. Rich Mocha, Green, 26c Ib; Roasted, Roasted Java, 31o Ib. 31c Ib. SUGARS REMAIN THE SAME ON ALL GRADES. Yellow C, 4c Ib. Standard Granulated, Ib. Extra Yellow C, Ib. Host Cut Loaf, Ib. Standard Coffee A, Ib. Bent Powdered, Ib. POWDER AND JAPAN TEAS. No change in prices; they nave advanced on a few grades, but our prices are po higher. The sales on Teas increase each year. This is in conpequencc-of keep- ing good Teas at a regular uniform price. Also in consideration of Uio fact tlial we purchase in large lots direct from the importer; in this way we nave to our customers tlic profits of tbe jobber and wholesale dealers, which is at leaet 10 to 15c per pound. This saving we give to our customers. Young llyson, best, COc. Young Hyeon, good, 30c, Young Hyson, fair, 20c. Oolong Black Ten, 26c. Oolong P.efit Tea, COc. tea in Mb .Packages, 16c. tJunpowdcr, good, 30c, Gunpowder, best, SOc. Imperial, good, 30e. Imperial, beat, 60c. Japan, very best, 50a Japan, good, SOc, llr. (Joorge Krost, of the Fi-ost Ciisi- cninpiiny. of Indinnupolis, i-< in fit v. ATTENTION, OLD SOLDIERS. Tlie manufacturers have hislnictod Druier Urn. to give a bottle of size of Foloy's Colic Cure freo to the iir.4 soldier of flic civil war that applies for same. It is the great remedy for Clirmtic Diarrlinea, Cramp Colic and all Huwcl complaints. .Mr. E. Hu.shnell, of Nuw York, is [he city on business. CANNED PACK AND CALIFORNIA. Tomatoes are away up, much higher than last year, llest llattli! fillip Tomatoes, lOc can. Early June I'cas, flc can. Jiest Home Pack Tomatoes, lOc can. California'Gages, 12c can. Best Baltimore Pie Poaches, 7c can. California Peaches, 15c can. Ellinois Sweet Corn, can. California Egg Plums, 12c can. Egyptian Brand, New York Corn, 9c can. California Apricots, 12c can. DRIED AND CALIFORNIA. California Raisins, test, 8c Ib. Evaporates Apples, lOc Ib. California Raisins, extra, 4c Ib. Domestic Apples, 7c Ib. Talifornia Nectarines, Se Ib. No. 1 Raspberries, 18c Ib. California Prunes, Cc and 8c Ib, Beet Blackberries, lOc Ib. California Peaches, 9c Ib. Zantee Currants, 7c Ib. MAPLE SYRUP, (DTUER SYHUPS AND NEW ORI-EANS HOLA8BER Maple Syrup, jwr gallon, 75c. New Orleans Molasses, gallon, 15c, Lyndon Maple Synip in bottles, 35e. Heat New Orleans, gallon, 35c. Golden Drip, per gallon, 25c, No. 1 Sorghum, gallon, 30c. FISH. FISH. Family Wliite Fish, quarter bbl., ?I.GO. Mackerel, kitt, Family White Fisli, kitt, 45c. Holland Herring, SOc. N'o. 1 White. Fish, half bbl., Scote.li Herring, Si.15. No. 1 White Fish, kitt, OOc. Best Georgia Bank Cod Fish, Oc NEATSFOOT LINSEED AND MACHINE. FTamess Oil. SOc gallon. Machine Oil, bright, 25c gallon. Xeatsfoot Oil, fiOe gallon. Linseed Oil, boiled, fiOc gallon. Fish Oil, fiOc gallon. Linseed Oil, raw, SOc gallon. Machine Oil, dark, 20e gallon. Lord Oil, No. I, 6Uc gallon. CHEAP SUGAR HAS MADE CHEAP CANDY. Pure Stick, 8c Ib. Bon Bons, extra, lOc Ib. Pure French Mixed, 7c Ib. Bon Bons, fruit, 20c Ih. I'Vench Mottoes, 12e Ih. Cinnamon Drops, lOc Ib. Gum Drops, Cc Ib. Peppermint Lozenges, lOc Ib. This is the lowest price lor Candy in number of years. FINE CUT AND PLUG TOBACCO, CIGARS. ETC. Fine Cut, good, 25c. Fine extra, 40c. Fine Cut, heat, 75c. The Boy's Delight Cigarfl, 45c boi. Artistic Cigars, 05c box. Royal Cubiuio Cigars, box. Plug, Battle Ax, 2Tc Ib. Plug, Horse Shoe, 45c Ib. Plug, J. T., best, Ib. Smoking Tobacco, pound, 17c, Sweet Conqueror, pound, 18c. Alail Pouch, pound, 32c, LiyUORS AND WINES iuR MEDICAL USE ONLY. Domestic wines are extremely low this season. Kelley Island Catawbo, 70c gallon. Kelley Island Port, SOc gallon. Kclley Island Sherry, 80e gallon. German Knemmel, gallon. German Kuenimcl, bottles, OOc, no California Angelica, 80e gallon. California SOc gallon. Wines in Bottles, 30c. Whiskies, New, ?1 and 91.25 gallon. Whiskies, Old, and ?2.60 gallon. CARPETS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS. WINDOW SHADES AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. Wo have n Inrgo lino and nice assortment of Oil Clolha, Carpets and Window Shades. We keep all grades and prices. Our whole corner room ia devoted to ihnsc goods, so you can always find a good display at low prices. Window Shades, good, lOc each. Linoleum, good, square ynrd. Window Shades, trvtra, 2flc each. Linoleum, heat, 70c square yard. Window Shades, best, 25c each. Floor Ooil OloJ.li, good, 20e square ynrd. 'Rag Carpet, home-made, per y.ord, 32c. Floor Oil Goth, best, 3flo squaro yard. Brussels Carpets, fiflc. Ingrain Cnrpf-tw, unod, 28c Urusacls Carjiets, best, yard, 05e. Ingniin CnrjieU, best, 40o yard, Kxtrn Sitperft, per ynrd, (10o. Bn sure nnd call on us for your Carpets, Oil Clothn nud'Window Shades. We hMif, all oMuro. Yon tan wive at Jf-nst 20 tpntrt on tho dollar a! tlie Wliitu Fruil. House. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE, Fort Wayne, Fnd'ana. CATARRH BBAZTLIAK BAJM [Instantly the of Catarrh. It Is ft true Balsam oS marvelonc and the only known edy that ,trates to tbe most bidden til is Inveterate disease. It quick- ly destroys the nests of heals the 'and restores tho senses 6f smell, taste and It has hocn used over 1O years lit hospitals trad private families and by Physicians and Specialists the one infallible remedy in tore for Catarrh. It is also moat economical, a CO cts. bottle con- taining 2 weeks' treatment and bottle 6 weeks' treatment, Brazilian Balm often cures Cold over night. Cares Croup In afewniinntcs. Quickly cures Grippe and takes all its bad roctaontofthesystem. ly guaranteed to cure Asthma, Prevents, breaks up and Typhoidand Scarlet fevers in any stage. A marvelous remedy for all Stomach troubles. In Female troubles it relieves like magic, Dissipates Mumps in one Believes Piles and Constipation overnight. For Constipation use as for Piles. It does ail this gently and promptly, yet it is no it relieves the inflammation, na-: tnre does the rest. It is worth its weight in gold in every familyj Over 1OO doses in a 6Oc. bottle.] Trial size 2Sc. Ask for Circular; Sold by Druggists. B. 7. JACKSON CO., Proprlrioai CLEVELAND, 0. lid WIUHNBT9N, DEL' Sold by All Druggists. Meyer Bros, k Co.. Wholesale Affcntn. J. K. HcCRACKEN, t BnlMing, Camn Benr 1 Clinton Sti., Slant Fluor. I lite, Life mil Accident Insurance, REAL ESTATE and LOANS. HATTERSLEY SONS PLUMBING, GAS FITTING. STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING- ARTISTIC WOOD MANTLES AND FIKE-PLACE FDHNISHINGS TILK FLOOBS AND WAINSCOTING. 48 East Main St. HOPEHOSPITAL. Recently enlarged. TJie ncir wrt is betited and ventilated in the most scientific manner, .ind the rooms aj-e fur- lished riclily and comfortably for'tho ox- chi3ivn use of private patients. The pat- ronage of our own people ia solicited. Terms reasonable, llopo Hospital has a wonderful record for the success secured in the recovery of patients desperately ill. Good musing jH as important as skillful physicians, fio lo liope Hospital when you are ill and recommend it to vour friends. I am to Hani Dead Horses Free of Charge, DAY OR NIGHT. THEO. BATES, 1m HOME PHONE 305. SCHBTOAmf KIAEHN, Funeral Director! and Embalmers, No.-39 W. Mdin St, Port Wayne Ind Night ciUl, 175 and ISO; for Oflicc, Na 223. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION NOON REST. Supper, to 7. CHEAP MEALS FOR WOMEN. Dreakfast, lo Dinner, 11 to 1. 51 West Berry Street. White National Bank, Siirjihw, 'I iiitoivnf ]icr nuninii on sils. Sufi' Drposlf. IJoxtM for Jiff niinmn.   

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