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WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 14
Special caduremont nf the rmint-nt tr-Ki-JUtl.
W ARDE !
purporteil Iit an rffiflent drm.itlc com
pany, under the management of ltu.l vn A
O'Nell. In the new tnuredy tn fte act,
adopted from the French e tpreialy for Mr.
arde. by Leonard Uutram, Esq., entitled
And produced with emphatic ucce In
New ork. Thlladelphla. St I.ouH and
SV.lWc.TV and SI. Keened ?at on xle
Mouilayat S o'clock, at C II Pierce X io.'n
Church Choir Co.
Will ;Ue One of Their IJrand
At Central X. E. Church, on
HIUT EMC, SEPT. IB, '17
The procrammewill 1? choice.
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dered only as this famous orcan-j
ization can. The entertainment
is line and the cause worthy.
Set, jtress notices.
Prices ot admission, :."c and
Hoc. Tickets for sale at C. II.
Pierce & Co.'s.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
ONE XlfiHT OXLY.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 87.
The Latest and runniest Satire.
In Three Acts and Ten Innings : l'hun
Pillows Phat and Phurtotis , s'ew ss.-eu-ery.
New oncs, New Music.
A HOME RUN
Is a Dcttnn-lturster and no Mistake.
PKICES: 75, 50 AND 23 CEXTS.
Seats on sale at Harris's Clear Store.
Mexican War Veteran.
The won-lrrful rElc-aey of Swift EjwvWr as a
renwdr and cur for rbmmatln and nil Uo A tils-Fa-M-ft,
b&ft neTpr had a more1 coix-plcuaas Illustration
than this case afford. Tht? candid, unwllcitd and
emphatic tetlniony plven br thfe-TenrrablfpEratlt--man
mutt be accepted convincing and conciuslre.
The writer I a prominent cltlxen of UlsriMlr-pl. The
fcenticman to whom Sir. Martin refers & to whom
be i lndt-btt-d for the advice to which he owes his
final relief from 3 ears cf ufTer!ng, is Xr. Klux. for
many yean the por-ul&r nllt clerk of the TLawrunoa
Ilotue, at Jackson.
Jacksox, JIUfs-. April 29, ISSi
The Ewrrr Prrcrnc Coktaxt, Atlanta. Ga. ;
GmtUmm-1 have trf-en an invalid pen-ioncr for
torty y eaix haTjcg contracted pulmonary nl other
lieaes In the Hexlran War. but not till the 1st -lX
Blarrh, ISZi, did 1 feel any Fymptomg of rbfumaU-sm.
3n that day I was suddenly strict en with that dl
safe in ltb hip and ankles. Vor twenty days I
walked on crutches. Then the pain was lts vt-Jent,
&ut It shifted from joint to Joint. For weks X nuld
totally fHftaltled, either on one fide of my bod y or
thf ther. The i4n never left me a moinetit for
levtn year' and seven month! hat 1 f mm March 1.
(VT5. when 1 as first attacked, 10 October 1. 1',
hId1m cured. Ihirlnc ttie-e cloven years of In-:-rsr
fiulTrrinp X tried innumerable prescriptions
from various j-hysldans, and tried everything sus
mted t frttotlk. but If 1 ever received tbo least
fx-neflt from any medicine taken Internally or ex
ternally. I am not aware of It- Finally, about the
fln-i of Sv-pumher. I msJcarranfemiitt topototho
Ik bprim-n- of Arkanas. ltviuK lepalrei of every
Mhcr reraedv. hen X accidentally met an old ac
quaintance, Mr. Kln. nowtf tbe Laretico Hou!e
if this city. lie had once leen a preat sufferer f mm
-heumatikm. and. as X supposed, had been cured
oy avwtto Hot Sprtnp. Rut when I reel him he
Wd me that his vtolt t. the Hot SprlnRS w as in vain
lie found no relief On his re turn from llotSprlnrs
ie heard, for the first time, of the S. h S. a a reindy
!trrheumatli.m. iletrlei ltaiidtlx tottIe tna.lea
nplei e cure. E:ceral sears have passed since, but
Dehavhad no return of t no disease.
J Immediately returned to try it. In SeptemhT I
tok fur b-ntle. and by the Arvt of iKtirlMT 1 a-4
eii asfarastherheumailsin u otni-emrd. All
(tn had dlMtfipeared, and 1 tUTS yoT rSLI A rwiiac
or IT .
X have no Interest In making; this rtatetnent-nther
than th hot that it may dlivct Mime oth-r ssflerer
to astir fource of relief, and if it has this r"ult I
am well rewarded tor txy trouble. X am ktj ro
pectf uliy and truly our frlccd.
J. 31. II. Haeh-c
For ale by all druKffi-st. Trcatbw on Elood and
Skin lieacs mailed free.
Tur Swift f rEciric Co.,
I)n.Mer i. Atlanta. Ga.
Cloth & Cold Binding
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ACROSS THE DROOK.
Her tlalnt' form aiTos tho tiol:
IJVewunewttt carv, I carrutl:
Scant later Mantis In int'inon. a tiook
The ninrniiii; w v were marnt-d.
IVithl,t-arv(lim: lull plowing yet,
Tbty hIhih w lwn m the i-acv 1 Itnk,
Ntr tilt j iars lwe bnm;ht r'nrtt
1 Irftcsl lr nitiHvo tl ImNtk.
William i lUchnnU in Tbt Uwinioilitaii.
A 1HAJ10X1) K01II1ERV.
The latter jmrt tif lait May witnosctl
the r-rmal of an Ainerlcaii centleman nt
tMt'll klioun private hotel in IiOiirfon,
5ne of the 1ioumn which ap'H'Ml only to
Iho patniuio of thoe ht are not coni-
pelleil to -omit the oit of their ncconun-
dationd. lli'M'cunil n Nil nmin ami sit-
tiui; room on the thinl Moor, llu a an
11 nun, ami liK heallh so prinirioui that
lie siH'iil lmwt of his time imloor. Ivarini;
(he liotiM" unlj on the arm, clear days,
ivhich are mi iiifriMincnt lurinir the early
(urt of May in loiulon. After lie luul
Invn there a few 1.ivn, the lady who hail
'ncupieil the suit of rooms immediately
iKMienth hi- left for the continent, and
1 the American enuai'd the-1 for a lriend
' nf Ins then nil the way to Iindon. The
J friend armed, and two highly res'vctalile
j American Kintlemcn were now installed
iueoer the other. The first arrival
1 ay Mr. A left .1 considerable sum of
. mom', in I'.uulish liank notes, in the rare
I nf the tn.1n.1ser of the hotel. In the
cours of some casual concrsation with
' the manager, he suhseijtiently gave the
latter to understand that he was a Chl-
1 raso railway man of ereat wealth. The
' manager had every reason to ludieve him,
for Mr. A, so far fron trying to ohtniu
r.ccessive credit nt tin. hotel, or to cish
drafts on Chicago, lit J deposited a iuan-
tity of ready money In the safe, and paid
' his Mil each neek without even drawing
on this fund. In due course the manager 1
1 leartuil that Mr. A ' daughter was alxmt j
to U" marrntl, ami .Mr. A consulteil him
' as to where he should fro to buy her
1 11 snlliciently valuable set of diamond
to lie worn by .1 rich man's daughter,
who was marrying another rich man.
The manager, with his fat commission
in view, nrranged to po with Mr. A to
one of the largest jewelers in Horn! street
and assist him in selecting the stones. He
was himself, he said, a connoisseur, and
Mr. A admitted that he knew very little
about diamonds and that his eyesight was
Impairwl. As luck would liac it, Mr.
s cnjjh crew or-e tLiilv. iin.l tlie tiniK
ni'proachci uiien iicw.int.Hi to asp itch
the stones to Chicago withont his having
been able to g.i to Itond street The man
neer ventured deferentially to remind him
of this, and Mr A said that he had aliout
made up his mind to let his business cor
respondent in Xevv York buy the stones at
Tiffany's, etcnif they were a little more
expensive than they would le in Iximlon.
The manager saw that little, commission
of his receding toward the convergence '
of the lines of perspecthe, and proiiostil
to Mr. A that the man in llond street
should send around some stones for him
to look at. Mr. A expressed a doubt as
to whether the man would lie disiosed to
send round a large assortment of really
The manager said there would lie no
trouble aliont that, and ho himself went
round to see the jeweler, made au ar
rangement aliout the percentage, which
was satisfactory to loth iiarties, and the
jeweler promised not only to send around
the liest sets ho had, but likewise to get
n larger assortment on approval from the
diamond brokers, according to their usual
practice, and submit those also.
It should lie noted here that Mr. A
had told the manager that he did not care
fw much for enormously large stones as
for stones of great brilliancy real old
ll-nzilian and Indian diamonds. His in
tention was to let his daughter have them
set in such forms as she might herself
prefer, unless, indeed, the jeweler should
iinpiH-n to have something very striking
in the way ol tialr ornament, nraceicis or
necklaces already stt.
The man of liond street was a good, old
fashioned, conservative west end trades
man, and when he saw what an enormous
sum the assortment of jewels which were
going to the hotel aggregated, instead of
sending a man with them he went him
self, accompanied by a porter who carried
the leather lug containing the stones, and
who was, more as a matter of habit than
because any special precaution seemed
uecessarv, nrmed with one of those fearful
and wonderful Knglish revolvers, which
are about as convenient to carry as an tjO-
ton gun, and take about as long to cock jpom ihev will ask that the children Inl
and lire, it was, indeed, more liecauso niin,rr,i . ,". ,ls, it mi it is let. and if thev
the jew eler wanted to conduct the nego
tiation in person and use his own judg
ment as to how still a price he could insist
ujion than because he had any misgivings
about the girnd faith of the purchaser that
he went to the hotel himself.
Arriving there, the manager accom
panied him and his porter to Mr. A's
room. Mr. A was reclining on n sofa be
fore the fire. The jeweler unlocked the
lag, which was chained round the jiorter's
waist, and the manager removed a num
lier of lmoks aud pa'icrs from a small
table which stood by the sofa. On this
table the jeweler arranged n tempting dis
phiy of set and unset stones, worth in the
aggregate, at his prices, some i.'l,000, of
which he hoped to lie able to sell aliout
one-fourth, judging from the way in
which the manager had spoken of his cus
tomer. Xow, what was the position cf affairs?
Around the table were the jeweler him
self, lii nriner porter nml the manager of
the hotel, a man of unimpeachable integ
rity Aside from the presumption that
Mr. A was a inot highly n-sjiectable indi
vidual, which in this case seemed to
amount to a moral certainty, he was a
weak man, attenuated by long illness,
aliout which there could In-no deception.
The odds were, in reality, far more than
three to one, and a pull at the bell would
have made them more than that. The
jeweler iniintcd to the various sets and
sloues, stating their weight, character aud
price; and in the instance of one superb
necklace telling Mr. A a curious history
of the great nobleman who had lni re
cently obliged to disjioseof it among his
family jewels. Mr. A listened with great
interest, and then said:
"It must Ik-n nervous sort of business
handling th.-se things. I should be afraid
the deil would lly away with them, I
The jew eler smilingly assured him that
he did not worry very much about that,
at any rale.
Mr. A then excused himself while he
went into his liedmoui a moment, remark
ing that he expected a friend of his who
was in the hotel to come tip there in a
moment, and wanted hut advice in making
tile selet ion.
As tiie door closed liehind him, the
jeweler smiled at the manager and the
manager at the jeweler. The jeweler
thought of his pilits and the manager
thought of his commission.
A moment later there was a little noise,
like the sharp clo-ing of the lid ol a box,
and to all appearrjiccs the devil had llown
away with the stones. It took the three
men" in the room a momenr to realize
what had liapieiicd, and at the end of
that moment the romnnssiomiairo at the
door of the hotel saw Mr. A. and his
friend, who occupied the rooms lielow,
walkout of the -lour, the second gentle
man carrying his ulster on his arm, step
into a hansom, and lrie rapidly down
the street- .lust as the cab drove off he
also noticed a tremendous shouting and
U'll ringing, and, in company with the
other emploes of the house, ran up tothe
corridor on the thinl story, where he met
the jeweler, the iiorfcr and the inanagir
rushing out of Mr A. 's sitting room a if
thev had seen a gho-t.
liefore many hours the jeweler was
closeted w ith one of the confidential in-
I'lnirv agents, who have frequently lieen
I descnU'l as -crooks' agents." and a few
davs later he rccovereu the stones uy pa-
ing the broker i".i,HK). If he liail gone
the nolne instead of the broker he would I
i ii.. i .. ,
prolKiuly haxe never succceueu in oriuging
the artists to justice nml certainly would
hae lost the stones altogether. The ikj
lice have never heard anything nlmut the
operation. The manager had excellent
reasons for not advertising his own blun
der in having len hosiwitiKeu, ami, as
1 the jeweler liaii compouiiucu a itiuj, --
certainly wanted to keep ms mourn sum.
The Americans were, u nceu uuuj ,
eaid, llrst class artists. They had pcrhaia
in all invested 100 in the Job. althouci.
wnrn incir 0-111.11? rainn to ih'1 rxnminert I
I they were found lo contain an amazing '
I number of newspapers, which, with all 1
1 the respect in the "world for the periodical j
i press, can hardly lie regarded ns valuabli"
j assets. The Kughsh luink notes locked ,
' in the safe, w ith the exception of one at j
I the top of the roll, were like the old Ilauk
of Klegance notes, they were Mime of a.
quantity of adxertisements having the
I general apitearance of Iwmk notes which 11
i theatrical manager in Liverpool wan in-'
j discreet enough lo distribute through the j
streets of that city not long ngo, and '
I which were seii-d by the pihce as soon iw
I they were called to their attention, hu
! a good mini of which had found the'.
way to Imdou in the meau time. Tie
' manager had, of course, not scmtinid
' the notes, as he merely saw Mr. A put
them 111 an emelope and write lis name
on it. 1
I This is a story from the outside. Xow 1
' let us look nt it from the inside. A few
days lieforc the roblery Mr. A's friend
j had lHiught for him 11 curious antique
I table, which Mr. A intended to take to
I America with them, and which, for the ,
! time lieing. he had in his sitting room,
covered with a cloth to pieent Its being
It was on this table that the diamonds
had lieen laid, ami, as a matter of fact,
this table was the devil that Hew away
with them. It had been made, or rather
1 remade, from a curious piece of old furni
ture by a manufacturer of stage conju
rer's appliances in Paris. It was n small,
round topped table, and from the top it
slojicd in and then spread out again to
ward the lloor, something like the trunk
of a tree or an hour glass without its
waist lieing pinched in very tightly The
top of the table wis inlaid, the pattern
consisting of a number of pie shaped
pieces and radiating from an enameled
medallion in the middle. From the top
to the floor the table was hollow, when
the Hat piece at the bottom of it was un
screw, ed and a lead weight which made it
as heavy as
l solid table was removed,
hollow there ran a stout
piece of heavy tush line, fastened to the
under side of the medallion in the top of
Ilofnre the jeweler's visit this medallion
had lieen replaced by a wooden plug, in
which was set a little iron ring. On the
under side of the cloth a piece of stout
dogskin was securely glued and the ring
sewu to this. When the cord was shnrply
jerked the top of the table collapsed to
ward the middle, the pie shajieil pieces
lieing hinged at the outside and arranged
so that their oint.s would drop in when
the cord pulled down the plug. There
fore when the cord was pulled the cloth
would lie drawn down into the hollow
part of the table, wrapping in itself what-1
ever had lieen lying on it when the cord ,
was pulled. ;
The two crooks had quietly cut a hole '
through the lloor of Mr. A's sitting room i
anil the ceiling in the room lielow as soon '
as the two sitting rooms had lieen cleaned
up by the hotel servanLs that morning.
In Mr. A's room the hole was of course
concealed bv the table, but the room be
low had to be kept locked and unentered
during the morning.
This the partner had easily BrraDged by
saying that he was writing letters and did i
not wish to bo interrupted. When Mr. A ;
went into his bedroom from the sitting
room he went out of the liedrooni door to
the corridor and down stairs to his part
ner's room. His partner was in readiness, j
ami w hen he knew it was time to act ho I
stood on a chair under the hole and held
hi overcoat ready to catch the tablecloth '
and the stones. Mr. A stood with the
(i!i ill ins icn iiunii nun nil ujieu Kuiie in i
his righL He jerked the cord. His part-1
per's ulster received what it was waiting i
for, and he quickly cut the cord close up
to the clotlu I
The ulster was hastily doubled over its i
contents, and with it on the partner's arm '
they walked quickly down the stairs and i
were iu the hansom before the people up i
stairs realized that the stones were gone;
and even when thev saw that the top of
the table seemed to have fallen in it took)
them a moment to discover that it was .""","" ",""" """'" l""1 ni recs
not in that room that thev must look for i 'mX "" '!is ncc"-"" iYI",llls,,,ry n'"
the vanished diamonds. The two artists I tar-r ".",'" ' " '" " ' hiys' serrico
must have got fully live minutes Mart, ' " a" m1ra,l,r',"n Bm,1"i"u- ioT. in:
nn.1 lbr.s mi mile., was nil thev needed to "t!,I!C'-- ,lun" lle Tear .,t,N '" "'!
lie losi. Londou
Cor. San Francisco
Trick of Rummer ltoarrien.
There is no end to the mean cml
Jictty tricks that somo trammer lioanlers
play. From the moment thoy enter your
house they seem to do nothing but schenu'
how they can get more than they pay for.
If tber see that there is nn unnccmiied
once get jiossession they will do their best
to prevent its being let.
1 am considered unreasonnlile ir.il nii
f celing if I object to my hall and parlor be
ing made into a playground. And if tho
visiting "darlings" like to throw stones at
the cow or chase the chickens, they ought
to be allowed these country amusements.
Of course each family would like to keep
alioxof lieeror some temperance drink i:i
the ice chest, and wheu such a thing ia
declared impossible, remarks are made
about "being so mean with a little bit of
ice." The orehardand fruit garden must
lie free to the lioarders, who waste or spoil
three times as much as they could cat if
the fruit were properly picked.
My sugar lwwLs used to be nightly emp
tied to sw eeten lemonade, and my water
cooler robbed of the ice in order to cool the
same. I have now to lock my dining room
as soon as a meal is over, and the lid of
my water cooler is securely fastened
Let the boarding house keeper beware
of the young baby who is stated not to re
quire food supplied by the house. After
tho first meal the young mother says,
"Keally, Mrs. So and So, your milk looks
so good that I think dear baby might try
a little." You assent, and the next morn
ing the fond mother calmly asks your ser
vant "whero tho baby's milk is." The
Shavlnc on a Fast Train
A genial young man xvas talking at the
University club with a circle of friend
aliout men who possessed that rare desid
eratum called nerve. "Why, do you
know," he went on to say, "last spring I
was on a Baltimore and Ohio train going
to Washington. The train was spinning
along at the liveliest rate, throwing the
rear car, in which we were sitting, first
on one side and then on another in a crack-ing-the-e-hip
sort of way, making it al
most impossible to walk in the aisle with
out being precipitated violently into a
seat. Then, in the rear end of the car in
the gentlemen's dressing room, I saw a
man with nerve.
He was quietly stropping his razor and
preparing lather for shaving. It was a
broad, old fashioned blade, bright as a
silver pocket piece. "Ain't you afraid of
cntting your throat,?"' I inquired. "So,
not a bit of it. Just wait and see me mow
this wire stubble; it beats a talking Kir
ber all to pieces." Calmly he lathered
his face, and, steadying himself with his
left hand, he took the razor and com
menced the downward cut with the right.
The car was jumping and seemed as if it
would leave the rails at any moment.
With a firm and steady hand the young
man bent to his work without fear or
trembling, and succeeded in getting a
clean shave without a single cut or sem
blance of a scratch. The porter came in
while this exhibition was taking place,
and, with an astonished face, exclaimed,
"Gollyl mister, yous got a heap of nerve,
de most I ever did see." Chicago Journal.
Special Rntra Tin X. Y. 1. i- O. tn riilln
clelplila anil Keturn.
For the centennial anniversary of the
Federal constitution, to be held at Philadel
phia. Septeuilier 1Mb to 17th, the New
York, Lake Erie and Western railroad
company, lessee of the New York, lVim
sylvanla ami Oh'o railroad, will sell excur
sion tickets to 1'liiladelphia mid return, at
the rate of one full fare for the round trip.
via Waverley and the lhiKh valley, taking
in I alrn r1litiital1iiiia ft liu 'TutiUbuu .. Cno
in Lake Chautauqua, the '.enesee and Sus
quehanna valleys to Waverley, thence
through the world-renow tied scenery of the
Lehigh valley, the "Switzerland of Ameri
ca," from Waverley to Hethleheni. Tickets
will lie good to return until September 22l,
inclusive, and good for sto-over at Chau
tiuqua. Parties desiring to attend the
celebration at Philadelphia should avail
themselves of thisopportunity to take it in.
"The Scenic Horde of the World."
ClJ!VEI.AM, Sept. 3.
ARMIKS OF TIIK SWISS.
THE LITTLE MOUNTAIN REPUBLIC
STRONG IN ITS SOLDIERY.
She Could I'rol.uMy Tut 200,000 Troop
In tile Klrld to Krlrtld Her Ancient
"freedom A C'ooiitr) of ftmttti and
If oin asks any well informed Switrcr
what show- of arms his fatherland Is pre
pared to make In case of n general Kuro
Iienn war, the answer Invariably is: "'i
can put a well equipped army of '.'OO.OOt)
men 011 the frontiers in ten das." This
means thataln.ut 7 per cent, of the "topii
lation of little republic of a,W,000
iK-ople are pr pared at au hour's notice to
spring to arms in its defense, and I see no
reason to ip.'stiou the assertion During
the last tuelc months, since thu war
clouds have lieen settling down lower and
lower oer central l-'uroe. the Swiss gov
ernment has Ueii keenly alert to the
progress of events, accurately informed in
regard to diplomatic negotiations, and
tirelessly artue, een to the most minute
details, in premr.itions for the mainte
nance of its traditional neutrality, in caso
of the hostilities which at times seemed
aliout to break upon Kurope atamoment'a
I'nder the Federal constitution every
able iKulled Swiss citizen is liable to mili
tary duty from his '.'Oth to his 44th
ear. his llrst twelve years in the
regular army, the bust twelve in the re
serve or l-amluchr. There is nNo a thinl
corps, known as the Ijindsturni, or, as
we might call it, a home guard, only li
able in case of great emergency, and com-iHi-cd
of youths liotwccii 17 and 'JO,
and men lietwccn 14 and JK) years
of age. Kach canton furnishes a quo
tum of troops, based uiion its jiopii
lation, the aggregate regular force
amounting to ninety-six battalions of in
fantry of 774 men each, eight battalions
of sharpshooters of 770 men each, twenty
four squadrons of dragoons of 124 men
each, forty-eight field kittenes, each num
bering HK men. with six steel rilled can
non of eighty-four millimeters caliber,
two mountain batteries and ten companies
of heavy artillerists.
TIIMNINC OK THE SOI.DIEn.
The entire system is in ininy respects
similar to our American militia, or na
tional guard organi7Jitions, with, how
ever, this difference, that here every able
lM.hed citizen is enrolled and liecomes
liable on reaching his tll'th year. He re
cehes. free of charge, his weajion, equip
ment ami uniform, which remain in-his
jiersonal 'lossesMou during his whole term
of service, lieing taken with him to his
home, ami kept always within easy reach.
The training of the Swiss soldier liegins
with his early lioyhood. At 10 years of
age, he commences gymnastic exercises
at the public school, attendance being
obligatory, at 12, drill with iron rods as a
substitute for guns; and at 14, shooting
at a mark with a siiecies of liow- gun, aro
added. At Hi, company drill in the school
of the soldier is introduced; and lietween
17 and IS, the rifle is put into the youth's
hands, and he is thoroughly instructed in
its care and ue. All this is part of his
regular school training nml education.
His next instruction is ncqnireI by
means of meinliership in some shooting
'7'J. or whu zi verem. In these
fill tl tit l-H-lf fltslLOMllilllJ fllV illlllhll'oln.ml 1
volunteer associations for improvement in
marksmanship nud their name is legion
lies, in the judgment of many, the liest
guarantee of theifliciencyof Swiss troops,
and consequently the government encour
nges them bj jmylng a liberal share of the
IHiwder and ball used in their incessant
practice. In return for this outlay the
government exacts that every citizen liable
for military duty shall tire oh thirty ball
cartridges per year at a target. If he does
n".1 "' sr" ns. a "'" volunteer
a"Y verein. he must go into barracks
not do so, as a member of a volunteer
in this canton (Zurich) alone uo less than
!.' of these volunteer associations, with a
meinliership of o. er 11.000 men, who man
aged during the ear to shoot oil as many
as :tlv!,un0 I mil cartridges, the government
contributing the handsome sum of i"i,7bo
francs toward covering the expense In so
doing. And nil this in a single canton!
CVMXAsT ASK MAKKSMAV.
And thus the Swiss youth, arrived at
his 20th year, nnd already a trained gym
nast, and a practiced marksman, proudly
rcporti. for ditty as ii defender of the lie
loved Fatherland, anil goes into barracks
as a recruit. If in the infantry, he remains
for forty-five days, in the cavalry for sixty
days and In the artillery for fifty-six days
and then returns to his home, takinghis
arms, equipment and uniform with him.
The remainder of his barrack service is so
distributed over his twenty-four years'
lieriod of liability as to lie scarcely felt in
his ordinary civil pursuits. In the infant
ry he serves in all for 117 days, in the cav
alry 1M and in the artillery 14Cdays dur
ing the entire twenty-four years.
Possibly Swiss tnxips may lack that me
chanical precision of drill which character
ize the soldiery of their more military
neighl-ors. but their drill is, for all practf
cal purjioscs. thorough and good enough,
while, in all that pertains to physical eu
diiranio, courage and marksmanship,
they are probably unsurpassed by any
troops in the world. Another important
fact to Irelturne in mind is that every Swiss
soldier is thoroughly acquainted with his
weaHin. It is no new arm thrust into his
hand when hostilities threaten: it litis
Ik en his companion and his reliance iu a
hundred friendly contests, and he knows
and trusts it in the hour of danger as he
does his own right hand. New York Mail
-presses the feeling of many victims of
eumati-,1.1, iKnntli;ia, sciatica and ner
.us or silk he.ui.iche. Having trieif
luilierless so-cillcd remcdii.s, and physi
:ius of all schools, without relief, then,
ins to lie no hope. Many such have as
.ast resort tried Athloplioros.nnd to their
rprise and joy have found that it was a
If, guTC and quick curr. Athlophorosisnot
lexjierimeiil; thousands havelieen cured
its use and they testify as tj ilf
iiio, says: "I have had chronic rheunia--m
for "thirty years, but Athlophoros has
nipletely cured me. No ords could ex
ress what 1 have endured from rheuma
iii. 1 have had attacks that kept me in
v lied for nine months at a time, and no
ine during thirty years was 1 free from
leiiinatisni. My liinlis would swell to al
'ost double the projier Kize. Hut now I can
iely say I am free from this torture, and
ive been for the past two years.
Mrs. W. II. C. McCoy, London, O., sam
i answer to the question as to her use ol
ithlophoros: "es, indeed; I have ued
I am in love with Athlophoros. It has
me so much for me. 1 had sutlered w ith
lieiimatism for years, until mv feet and
msj were lieconiing distorted. I had ued
i many medieinesthat I was lieconiing dis
iiuraged. Nothing gave me jiermanent re
tef until I used Athlophoros. That is about
wo years ago. Since then I have not had
ny rheumatism. Oh I don't think there
s any medicinelike Athlophoros for rheu
latism." "How much did you use to ef
eet this cure," Mrs. McCoy was asked. " I
iseil three liottles. My son has also used
t with the same pood result."
Every druggist should keep Athlophoro-.
.ml Athlophoros Pills, hut where they can
lot be bought of the druggUt the Athln
lioros Co., 112 Wall Si., New York, will
ml either (carriage paidl on receipt of
pgtilar price, which is $1.00 jier Isjttle
.or Athlophoros and AtV. for Pills.
Tor liver and kidney diseases, ily-fierf-ia. In
ne.-tlim, weakness, nenuus ileMlity, ilix-aM-
if women, eonstliatinn, headache, inquire
jliKxi, .Ux. Athlophun. Tills are uiusuialed. 4
"CVfsv-v iV trifle with any Throat or
VJV3VV V J,ang Disease. If you have
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a iwsitive cure,'
and we iruarantee it. Price 10 .mi 50c
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The Moat Ag;ri0Mbli
As well as the most effective method of dis
pelling headaches, colds and fevers, or
cleansing the system. Is by taking a few
doses of the pleasant California liquid fruit
remedy. Syrup of Figs. 50c. and 81 bot
tles for sale at Casper's drugstore.
A young lady, whose home is on Cram!
Isle, La., has been making a collection of
the bright-pliunaged birds found on the
islam!, whose habitat, beyond question, is
somewhere in the topics. The theory is
that these birds have been blown out into
the gulf during the prevalence of gales and
watted upon the Louisiana shore.
to itVvoYtx V;
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
Infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
o Morphine, but elves the child natural
tote J rum pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by
Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and
It appears that Mrs. (.rover CIe eland's
efforts to trace her husband's genealogy
have awakened considerable discussion in
arious paits of the country. Sylranus
Cleveland, of Providence, 1L 1., claims that
the president's wife has been mi-informed
on one very important feature of the sub
ject. He says that the family to which
Crover Cleveland belongs, was founded in
America by Moses Cleveland, who settled
not In Ohio, but in Woburn, Massachusetts,
CATAKKH CUKKIi. health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Adfli. to Blothora.
Mrs. Wlnslow's .Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething. Is thi prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians In
tho United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething Its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic. By giving tealth to the
Mid It reststhe mother. Prle'lSeabottle.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PUKt
Cod LtTer Oil, With HjpophfMphllea,
For Luuy Troubles nml W'tMlng Din
fif. Dr. J. Simonaiid, New Orleans,
La., says: "Scott's Emulsion is the finest
preparation of the kind. In affections of
the lungs and other wasting diseases, we
may consider it our most reliable agent In
a perfectly elegant and agreeable form."
For twenty-five years I have been severe
ly afflicted with hay fever. While I was
sutf-ring Intensely I was induced, through
Mr. Tichenor's testimonial, to try Ely's
Cream Balm. The effect was marvelous.
It enabled me to perform my pastoral du
ties without the slightest inconvenience,
and I have esctped a return attack. I pro
nounce Ely's Cream Halm a cure for bay
fever. Wm. T. Carr, Presbyterian Pastor,
Elizabeth, N. J.
Having appeared in our village Darby's
Prophylactic Fluid was used for disinfeting
the college buildings. The disease never
went beyond a single case, either In the
college or elsewhere, where the Fluid was
used. Kkv. PitEs. G. F. Piiick, Auburn.
Darby's Fluid dispels all forms of epi
demic diseases by destroying the spores or
germ poison that cause contagion.
A Dnnireroufi Bars-tea! Operation.
A fatal mistake. At the time Dr. Vance,
of Cleveland, performed the operation on
the lady for the removal uf a cancer of the
stomach he found when too late that the
poor woman had no cancer to be removed.
The disease was indigestion, and If she hail
taken the Shaker Extract of Knots (Siegel's
Syrup) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which made the doctors think she
had cancer, would hare been removed. Dis
tress after eating, dull, heavy feeling in
the head, with pains in the side and back
all vanish after using thi wonderful rem
edy. The tired, languid feeling gives place
to strength and vigor.
Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from PeaKidge,
Benton county. Ark., that she had dyspep
sia in the worst form for live years, and
that nothing gave any relief until she used
the Siegel Syrup.
No Universal Remedy
has yet been discovered ; but, as at least
four-fifths ot human diseases have their
source In Impure Blood, a medicine
which restores that fluid from a de
praved to a healthy condition comes as
near being a universal cure as any that
can be produced. AVer's 8arsaparIUat
affects the blood in each stage of its
formation, and is, therefore, adapted to
a greater variety of complaints than any
other known medicine.
Boils and Carbuncles,
which defy ordinary treatment, yield to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla after a comparative
ly brief trial.
Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville,
Va., writes that for years he was af
flicted with boils which caused him
much suffering. These were succeeded
by carbuncles, of which he had several
at one time. Be then began the use ot
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and after taking
three bottles, the carbuncles disap
peared, and for six years he has not had
even a pimple.
That insidious disease. Scrofula, la
the fruitful cause of Innumerable com.
plaints, Consumption being only one of
many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcers,
sore eyes, glandular swellings, weak
and wasted muscles, a capricious appe
tite, and the like, are pretty sure indi
cations of a scrofulous taint in the
system. Many otherwise beautiful faces
are disfigured by pimples, eruptions,
and unsightly blotches, which arise
from impure blood, showing the need ot
Ayer's Sarsaparilla to remedy the evil.
All sufferers from blood disorders
should give Ayer's Sarsaparilla a fair
trial, avoiding all powders, ointments,
and washes, and especially cheap and
worthless compounus, which not only
fail to effect a cure, but more frequently
aggravate and confirm the diseases they
are fraudulently advertised to remedy.
C. Aytr fc Co., LowelL Mais.
Bold by all Droigt.u. Pric. $1 ; alx bottlt, .
tt. rxmrrm a arrv-u avitjBavaii. 1 not
-TJ ALL HKABTSfk
rj BEADTIFDL WOMAH. ViA
m A lrA.,.'rf-M-fciUpk.r. b-OT-m radl- Ik
I V wUt bMnt.fi.1. ChampUn'a LJ
f liquid Twmrl -- H
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jJ (Mr . VUli- 4-L.-SBW
Ir. Piares'a TTIi-aat I'l-nnrT lnnatii
I. lie Them a Chancel
That is to say, your lungs. Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful ma
chinery it is. Not only the larger air-passages,
but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
When these Rr clogged and choked with
matter which ought not tube there, our
lungs cannot half do their work. And
what they do, they cannot do well.
Call It cold, cough, croup, pneumonia.
catarrh, consumption, or any of thefaiuily
of throat ami nose and head and lung otr
stmctiotis. all are bid. All ought to be got
rid of. There is just one sure way to get
i rid of them, that Is to take lloschee's
1 'ferinp.li Srup, which any druggist will sell
I you at 7.1 cents a bottle. K.en if every
I thing else has failed on, you may depend
upou this for certain.
Siiieets lie Is a Yankee.
There's a fellow. I think he Is a Yan
kee, stopping at a Niardiiig house not very
far from here, ami I took dinner there
yesterday This fellow sat next to me,
and ever thing went well until thedessert
was brought m, when he asked for a lin
ger bowl. It was brought him. Sud
denly I heard a peculiar click, mid, hik
ing at my friend. I saw him dehlterately
remove his f.il-e teeth and drop them into
the linger lioul to bo cleaned. Cor.
Scrofula, in the blood, corrupts and con
taminates every tissue and liber in the
whole body; but whether appearing in the
form of swellings, er)sipelas, or running
sores, the malignant poisons of this disease
are completely eradicated by the use of
Beware of Scrofula
Scrofula Is probably more general than any
other disease. It Is insidious In character,
and manifests Itself in running sores, pu .tular
eruptions, bolls, swellings, enlarged Joints,
abscesses, soro eyes, etc. I lood's Sarsaparilla
expels all trace of scrofula from the blood,
leaving it pure, enriched, and healthy.
" I was severely afflicted w Ith scrofula, and
over a year had two running sores on my neck.
Took five bottles Hood's Sirsaparilla, and am
cured." C E. LovEJor, Lowell, Mass.
C. A. Arnold. Arnold. Me., had scrofulous
sores for seven years, spring and fall. Hood's
Sarsaparilla cured him.
by Impure blood. It is readily cured by Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the rreat blood purifier.
William Srles, Elyrla, O., suffered greatly
from erysipelas and salt rheum, causeil by
handling tobacco. At times his hands would
crack open and bleed. He tried various prep
arations without aid; Anally took IIiKd-s Sar
saparilla, and now says: " I am entirely welL"
"My son had salt rheum on his hands and
on the calves of his legs. He took Hood's
Sarsaparilla and Is entirely cured." J. D.
Stanton, Mr. Vernon. Ohio.
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Thi lake Is twenty ra.Ie.iltnj; and from one
tothrre mill" -Aisle. caktw,M4. FlUT-tuna.
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Point Chautauqua. Lonz I Vint. .Maplr.jiriniTS
antl V.M,Klinrtaratriii: thr differem reports
on th i..tkt. patronized ty the summer visit
ors. There are uood hotels atetery point.
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Has its headquarter at Chautauqua Lake, and
ctmvene. in July ami Autnift ol every year.
One ot the must popular retorts ou the lake Is
Here all passenger trains of the New York.
l'eunsyivaniaana unio naiiroaa stop anriun
the se.isop. it being the Chautau'iua like sta
tion, and the distributing point tor the entire
lake. 1 here are two hutels at Lakewoud. both
of Immense sie and capable of accomniiidat
lug five hiindred guests each. Numerous
steamers are constantly plying the Lake.
1 transporting .Isitors to all points. Those In
search uf a pleasant resort to spend the sum
nier months cannot find a more convenient or
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way Company fan Handle Konte.
Under schedule in effect January 30,
1SS7, trains leave Springfield, central
standard time for Xenia. Cincinnati and
Columbus:!., a. m..for Dayton t7:15 a.m.
for Xenia and Iudiaiiailis flO'-O a. m.
I for Xenia. Cincinnati, Columbus. Indian
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Dayton and Cincinnati. tr.:l() p. in.
I Trains arri.e in Sprimclield at t7;l.i and
10:20 a. m., ,5:00 p. m. and rt:40 p. ni.
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2 DaiU.n.'SprtnifleldAecom.tr't 3. Mam
11 New York A lio.ton Ltmltod -jMua
2 Cleveland A Eastern Kitre 3.15 pm
24 Cincinnati k SprtniiBeld Aceom 5J0 pm
II New York Limited Kxpress !. pm
No 12 has throwcD sleepers to New York and
Sotton without ehanKe.
No. I Is the famous limited express, com
Doaed entlrelw ot aleebRra. .aat nf rriirw.Tariri
Ihrofuh sleepers from Spranfcfleld. Makes
New York In JUM boors and Boston tn Uii
D. B. MARTIN. Ar-adeVent.
8. P. A. SDrinxflsld. 0.
W. T, Pofaia. a Oh! IU m.
All trains run on Central time 2S minutes
lower than city time.
Tiiixs Lsava eotxo hit.
No. I. New York Limited, daily 10.-2S a. m.
" 2. Accom.. dally except Sunday- 3-X p. m.
No. Khli p.m.
12. Atlantic Ex., dally rtlo a. m.
Tl.ISS LC1TI OOISS tTSST.
No. 3. Cln.ASt.LonlsEcdally 2:10 a.a
" 1. Aceom.. dallyeieupt Sun.Uy lo7 a. a.
" 5. &t. Louis Ex.. daily 39 p. mm
No.l has sleepers, but so change ot cars la
elthercase through to New York. No. 5 has
through sleepers to St. Louis
Free back to trains tn all points east of, and
includlne north Lewlsonrg.
For tickets to all points and further Infor
mation, call on J.D.Pkusis.
,. . . Asent. 72 Arcade.
Telephone call 310.
Indiana, llloomlnston anil Western Rail,
AlklVK rSUM SOBTH.
1 Cincinnati Eipress
5 Sandusky and ?prtnicneld Ex.. .
3 Columbus Mall .
arrive raoif K.ST.
1 Nlitht Eirres.
5 Chicago, St. L. Kan. City 11m,
3 Chicauo, ct. L. A Kan. City Ex
ARKIVB FROM WKST.
2 Eastern Express.
l Atlantic jiaii
6 New York Limited.
DBrART OOISO SORTH.
2 Lakeside Express .. ..
4 PuMn-Bay Eapress
5 'iprtni.nelii and sandusky Ex
DRTjIRT OOISO KsST.
2 Columbus Express .
1 Atlantic .1111.
S Columbus Accommodation
8 New lork Limited. ...
Dtr.lRT GOISO WIST.
1 Night Express..
Chicago. St. L. Js Kan. City Urn.
s Lnicago. .it. u. x Kan. city tx
Ohio simithern ILallrfrn.l.
ARRIVI rROU SOCTH.
3 Balnhrldge Accommodation . 9 40am
1 Mall and Express.. . 430pm
Dinar goiso sorra.
2 Mall and Eipress 1025a m
( Ilalnbridge Accommodation 3Dm
All trains marked run dally: all others dally
except Sunday, standard tune, which is 2d
minutes slower than Spr ngflcld city time.
D. II. KOCIIE. Ticket Agent.
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