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Th levuat-.tl in ..I ll..- eat mill Mm !'- t it nt i-n or Mm Nipto To tlu- ETitor of tUii Cincinnati ('ouiui. r.ia! : I linvu iust n tunicil fniin TihIimkmkI oe, Jnokflon count v. Miaaouri. where I liav. beta Htayiiu: sines May of 1874. Jackson OOUDty i one of the west. n. OOUnti.s, lionl.ViM- ..a Kansas, :lil hon been one of the moat inieetedwnh glass toppers. I Bud her.- thai the geoeral public bare no oono iptfou of the deva iatfona and total deetrnction oanaod by tin's., niva.. is. The reports b j telegraph are thousrhi to I e hirhlv oolored and ex- aKK'i'iitKm.H. The truth is, no descrip tion can rjv an idea of that stricken oonntrr, li 1 had been tald what I have am i., I should have reoeiTed it with Bey- era (Trains of allowance. About tlu third week in April the grasshoppers be - can to hatch and continued hatchin until the last of May. Then th" work of destruction began. The wheat, corn and grass were tatSfi off to the ground ; the young and tender vegetables disappeared like snow wreaths before this aU-derour- ing army. The grapes, h aves and ten drua, the strawberries, buds, bloasonu, and the plants themselves ; the turf, shrubbery, and all kinds of small fruits, shared alike the same fate, until by the 1st of June the lawns, shrubbery, veget- sble gardens and grain fields were sa des- titute and barrou as in January. Lmagim the month of roses without any roses. I did not see a single flower, with the ex ception of some in the early spring, that bad bloomed outside a greenhouse befi re I let, Missouri. This barren waste e- tends, in Missouri, from the Kansas DOT- der along the line of the Missouri Pacific roau us iur easl as arrcasoai. aaaen whole oountry would, under ordinary loiroumstanoes. be a perfect garden spot, every acre being under cultivation. In the "entire distance from KstlSSI City to Warrenaburs l failed to aee a growing crop oi any una. nooaoiy one nan the aoreageuad been planted in corn, but not, a solitarv stalk was to be seen. In the orchards the trees w. re stripp d of their leaves, and large numbers w. re girdled, the bark being I aten Of! clean in large patches. On the roads the under growth was stripped of both leaves and bark, and seme of the large grasshoppers were working on the foliage in the tops of the forest trees. Osage orange hedges were completely denuded of bark and leaves, the onoe trim and beautiful barriers presenting the appearanoe of only a tangled oht vaux-dt -rite of dry, thorny brash, which will never grow again. The only sign oi yegetaoie iixe was an occasion:'-!, solitary italk of milk weed, which the grasshopper win B1 touch, Waut and inflating must follow Ma li a liaM oi thing-. Of course, peo ple of means, and those in moderate cir oumstanoes, can get along, and, to a ccv tai.i exic a, relieve others, but small farmers, and all depending n the pro ducts of the soil for a support, are m a in--st pitiable condition. 1 have heard of strong men begging, with team in their eyes for a few pounds of fioUT and bacon for their Starving little ones. A whole family, consisting of father, mother, and three children, died for want of food to keep !. dy an I soul to gether. They lived on the Blue river. Between Independence and Kansas City. It is but justice to say that the neighbors and citizens were not uwure of the facts of the case, and wen- not, therefore, responsible for the terrible death which overtook these poor pil grims on their journey to the better laild. This is, we believe, the first 01 IS of the kind which has transpired in Jackson county, but. from present indi cations, the future twelve months will laak. many graves marked with the in scription, "Starved to death." Think of it, yon who daily sit down to beauti fully spread tables, and then, if you can, refuse to give to these poor suffering ones, li you could but BCC what 1 have seen, of the destitution of the people, you would not hesitate iu this matter, but would gladly help the old and in firm, the crippled, the widows and or phans, whose cries for bread, bread, are daily ascending to heaven, lam in re- 1 Oeipt of a letter from a friend residing about live miles from Independence, in which it is stated that the destitution in the oountry among the poorer aliases Is simply fearful ; thai many families have ; nothing but corn meal and water as a 1 means of subsistence, ami some others have nothing but bran and water, and that if assistance is not rendered soon, murder and robbery will be the ord. r of th" day. Stock of ill kinds Sure dying off daily. One of their horses had died the night before ; he had been tinned out to pick up a living from what he OOUld find. Speculators are going ' around the country buying np horses and cattle at about one-tnira their origi nal valia . One evening there was taken from the Court-House yard in ndepencb nee fif teen barrels of grasshoppers, each bar- ( rel weighing over 300 pounds. Tins went the rounds of the papBTS, and it was amusing to see the comments it oc- i usioned. They did not hesitate to state ' taut if it was not a fish story it was vry lai grasshopper story; and yet this is a fact, to my certain knowledge, for I was there at the time. I have s en the fences, thebodiesol trees, the shrubbery very spear of grass and the aides of the houses ooyi red with them. Every fenc just looked as if a swarm of bees had settled on it. They got into the wells and cisterns, and tainted the water until It was Me. Open springs were com pletely choked up and so pointed thai Stock would not drink of the water. Thei Invaded the houses, and ate cloth- bring and carpets. If an outside door should happen to be left open for only a few minutes a perfect stream of the dJ I gusting, loathsome tilings cams crawl ing and hopping in. The st. aofa WM al most intolerable, have often been in he act of raising food to my lipsuh. n that smell would approac h me, and I WAMld have to give it Up and leave the table. I can liken the MckanCSS It pTO faced to nothing thai I ever aperi Bleed. Disinfectants were freely used, It is almost Impossible to kill them. 1 have seen them walk calmly through chloride of lime, Blacked Lime, and coal oil, which is certain death to ad .nli nai v insects, MM to agree with then admirably, Kind of perfumed bath i H were; they will, nowever, snocumn co s vei v hot blase, or boiling water. In this manner we destroyed bushels of them at tir t. led it did not apparently diminish the numbers; still it was a source of grab itieation. I never killed anything with us BMhSfl p HON in tttj Ufa Wlun tlu-y tost made th-ir sppeananoe, wJ work) bard to try and save omething. Bat it tM forlorn hop. B tl" iiiiinv sgainst th.' low, sad las worn ,.t .HiiiMt.il. uu.l dish, iirtrit. Hi, tlit-y i in ilramai while tho work of deatmc I tioo went on. ' A Strang' Uhiiiioii. I Tha following sotoda ooourred at B&aaaillon on Thursday of last week. On ;l stiver, m ar the spot where th.- ami ( Banuim'i show wat pitched, two tnea approached eaefa other, ami when about bin feet anart both stopped and stood for a moment gaaing at saoo outer in mat.' aatoniahment, whan khey rnahed each into the other's arma, and Uka two autniaos hngged and kissed each other; then separating, they took another look 1 and went through the same unrestrained oneration; anil while thev stood nana in hand a third man approached, and on seeing them, he came up, star, d at then a moment when they noticed him, and the trio went through the same frantic and loving motions, shaking hands, laying On and hugging each other iii turn. At first we thought the men were drunk, but upon further observation, ami on approaching the group, we learned the facts were theSO. The two who first met w. re Dr. J. R. Gardner. of Brook field, in this county, and John Shang, boss cauvasmau with the Bar nutn show; both had been for three y an inmates of the Ohio Penitentiary, where from day to day they had marched side by side, without daring to speak a word t each other. Shunt' had been wnt from Carroll ton for killing a man in a genera tight, and the people of Oar- rollton regarded him as innocent, but circumstantial evidence led tlu; Judge to send him up. Gardner will be rcmcm bered as having been sentenced from Canton nearly four years ago. Shang was released s vera! months before (laidner, and thev hud never nu t to speak, from the time they first saw each other in the prison until last Thursday, The third man, now traveling for some Columbus establishment, was for a long time guard in the penitentiary, and both Shang and Gardner had been under his supervision ; they hung about his neck and Called him their dearest friend, and sad he was the kindest and best guard that ever stood in the walls of the Ohio Penitentiary. The whole transaction was very touching, and we can confident ly assert that not one of the men was under the influence t honor in the slightest degree, nor were their actions prompted bv any but earnest emotions, natural under the circumstances, S"ar- Co. (Q.) ih tnocnt. Last or the Swamp Angels. A Goldsboro, N. C., dispatch to the Mew fork Herald says: since 1S71 a' stalwart mulatto, passing under the as- ! BUmed name of Bill Jackson, has been living in this neighborhood following the vocation of a plaaten r and brick mason. Jackson and another negro had been suit rs for the hand of the same woman, and this engendered bitter hostility be tween them. They had hitherto been warn; friends, and it was during this pe riod ot intimacy between them that Jack son divulged to his friend the secrets f . his forna r life with the robber chief Henry Berry Lowry In Robeson county. Jackson's rival betrayed him, and, act ing upon the information received from him, a letter was s. at t- Sheriff McMil lan of Robeson county, asking for a minute description of George Apple white. A photograph of the bandit was the response, and led to the apprvheu- Sion of Bill Jackson as the escaped free I ter. While Applewhite was engaged in conversation upon one of our principal streets to-day he was approached by William Freeman and Bryan! Oopps, who commanded him to surrender. (Jpon his refusing the summons the offi cers clinched him, ami a desperate struggle ensued. Though wholly ttn- , armed, Applewhite did effectual execu- I tioo with his lists, knocking Freeman OUt of time in the first round. He then ran rapidly down James street toward the market house, but was SOOO over- I taken by his fleeter pursuers and beaten Into submission. The officials here are, positiv. as to his identity. Applewhite murdered Mr. King, a former Sheriff of Robeson county, and was sentenced to death. With the assistance of his con- 1 fed rates he escaped, and has bean at iarge ever since till now. He was con sidered one of the most daring, brutal, and devilish of the " swamp angels." Thai Saved Him. It has been generally supposed that a bald le ad was of no account, even to the owner, but Vicksburg stands np and re marks to the contrary. Tle other day B resident of this city went up to Thomp BOn's Lake to get a shot at t he bi: alligS tor, and while eating a cold bite in the shade a man jumped OVCX the fence, pre sented an old army musket at his head ami cried out : " Stranger, ankiver yer head I" The Vicksburger was dumbfounded, but made hast.' to remove his hat and exhibit a pate which shone like a newlv polished pilpaw. 11 Stranger, that saves ye !" continued the man, as he shouldered his musket ; I I thought ye was the red-hcuded , peddler who charged my wife seventy five cents for a testament which hasn't got a darned picture in it !M Vicksburg li- rata. Does in ra Own Tarns. Tram the earliest tunes, the more civilized of mankind have been annoyed by dogs. The Babylonians used to be kept awake and barked at and chewed np, just as Christians now are, and the sheep fann ers of antiquity lifted np their voices and Wept BVeO as those of our day. Mr. Tritantfl Chines, a heathen who was at one time Mtrap of Babylon, exempted four cities from all taxes on condition that thev should feed his dogs, which he had brought from India by the ship load. N'o city in th-' world so richly de served i horrible fate a, Babylon, and it i i, to know that she was so thorough ly wiped out. Cotirh r-Joiirnat. Tins paddle-wheels of a Isrge steamer on the St. John river, in Florida, stopped suddenly, a few nights ago, and then can. e crash after crush in the wood work. a pwuic foil, .wed, everybody rolling out ..f bunk ami rushing for the d. ok. and it was soon ascertained that a big alligator had ut entangled in the revolving wheel, where he was not enjoying life. Twenty Lalies. On June 1, James Warren was sen- I ftsoosd t three mouths' imprisonment I and forty lashes, to be delivered in two batches of twenty each, for the crime ot' rape upon a little girl. Yesterday nioru- : ing the prisoner re eived the flrai twenty . hislieu. A little after '. o'clock, the prifl oner, .lames Warren, was brought from hjeoelL He walked into the hull with ( a firm step and removed his coat, waist coat, and shirt, and stepped to the tri angle, to which he was hung strapped, so that tt was impossible for him to move a limb. The prisoners were theu "ailed in and ranged round three sides of the hall. There w. re present the Sheriff, Deputy BharinT, Dr. Richardson, the jail surgeon, ' and the reporters of (he morning papers. at 9:80 the Sheriff took the cut, which odnajsted ol nine Isshns of whip cord, each having a knot on the and, ami ' handed it to the executioner, who was one of the prisoners of the jail. Time was given by the Sheriff, and Sir. Bwing, turnkey, was stationed as counter. The executioner showed some nervousness, but on receiving ncouragement struck ' the first blow upon the prisoner's shoulders, high up ami close to the leather collar which was placed round his neck. The second blow, w hich was d Livered with the full strength of the executioner's arm, fell in the same place, and the executioner, who now appeared to have full command of his powers, de livered the third blow in the same lo cality. The Sheriff whispered to him to strike lower, and the next blow wius given below the former ones. The fifth was given still lower, and the sixth was struck in the name place. Up to this the prisoner remained silent, but his heavy panting showed that he was suffer ing severely. On receiving the seventh stroke the prisoner moaned, and he con tinued moaning during the rest of the punishment, and kept moving his head from side to side with a quick mechan ical motion. His sufferings were intense, his muscles were distended, and he struggled to free himself from the iron grip that held him to the triangle, as stripe after stripe of the cat descended upon his back. No cry escaped his lips, but his agonizing moan showed that he WM suffering, and when the turnkey an nounced twenty his back, from the neck to the waist, was one livid mass, red, swollen ami bleeding. Every knot on the lash had cut into the prisoner's back, producing a wound about an eighth of an inch in Umgth. As soon -us the pun ishment was over the prisoner was re leased, and trembling in . v. ry limb, he was led back to bin oelL Turonto i Ac ad P, Ext raoH i BS rj Suicide. A Koine correspondent describes a re markable suicide of recent occurrence there, which has caused much sadness ami horror among the professional and artistic Romans. The victim was the distinguished Juvara, an engraver of the highest reputation and s pupil of the celebrated I'allll;' eli;raver, Toschi. He 1 was 67 years old, easy in means, married to a good wife, and lived in a quiet, or derly, old-fashioned way. On the morn ing of the fateful day he shut himself up in his private studio, and proceeded in S leisurely and systematic manner to kill himself. He was over sis hours in per-! forming the horrible act, and has left a written record of his sensations during that time. At 8 o'clock he OUt vein in his foot and OOUeoted the blood In a dish; then with a brush painted with it on the Wall, on S great cart ion, various sen tences at dill, tent hours. For instance, one of these a otenoes said i B o'clock. ith a serene and obi erful COnsciet , I am awaiting my death." Another is " 10 o'clock. Death has not yet arrived. I now cut the rem in my arm." At 10:80 he wrote ; 44 How strange! The blood mounts to my head. God pardon me, for I pardon my enemies." Tlu-saddest sentence is this: 44 2 o'clock. 1 have recovered my reason. My God, wliut have I done I What a rash ad I It is too late, however, to repair the evil. 1 will now put an end to myself at once." Whereupon it seems that he took a re volver and shot himself in his mouth, which killed him instant ly. Upon en tering the studio an hour afterward they found the poor old man dead, sitting in an arm-chair, holding the revolver in one hand ! The bloody writing on the wall told the am I story. Tut: jewels which the Khedive sent ostensibly to Minnie Sherman Fil.-h lust winter, are to be divided between her and her two sisters; they were real! designed for a family present to Gen. Sherman, but the ocoamon of Minnie's wedding was selected to Offer them nom inally to her. They are now said to be worth QOt quite one hundred thousand dollars. Cor.. John s. Mosuv, oi Virginia, lias been Inrif hI by a ooiainittes i Boston oitajsem to deltrer .m.' of series f ad dn in Tremonl 'i ' mi)!.'. WiLBOjnra Fam aim a,oui Tonic. Tliin nif.liciiio in OSSd bj SOBSeTasNsa .oin piinirs for the Lcnotit of t!i ir emplnyeH, when engaged in BSBlstis iliHtri' tn. The bagbssl ttimoiiialH have lu en givrii hy contrartoiv. and by lbs PrssMsetl Of SBSM Of tho leudin rail rosdi in tho South Sad Wont. When men arc i-oiircgiite.l in larK' iminlieix in the neighbor bO00 of WBBIM and riven.. WUhoft's TooiO will MOTS ii taltlBbls eddlttOtl tO the Mtot'U of msdfriuss Hnd will sssprj rewind lbs eosspsnj in the Having of tune, lu'.or and uioncy. We rSeBBMMDd it t mil. WaBaVOOR) I'lMAT .V' Co., Proprietors, Now I Mssaa FOS IAIJI tl m i. 1 M.t 'i' lsTS. WJIA T 1 1 rE A' y W ABOUT I ''. Si fORKi N- I . IISII II. MW OSabbogi A . ). : The Cannabis Indira hna glrrn me vreat n-llef Iwn. but a .hiolow of n:y fornior df. Mi MM . th.-nk. t your InTalaab'.e remerljr, I am recruiting in .trvnirth rapidly Send t.. no-rn In ; ilea. RiP.cttuuy, DiAnacuss, On Steamboat " ICniulrer." Maliiroav, VlCTOUT, OWTAMO,) I KBHl'AHT i, l;4. Thlt three bott!e of 0MM dMl laSkM wRM I "1' hSSai bea ewei 'i't eeaajewwaai iael Ihwt inon- I,- lHiii rli. il . Sim ih ... w. 11 n fT .hr wan, and had been andnr the doctor' hnndi nil U.t mninirr, not ei pectiruy tu live from week to week. lateSBS IVi.Fonn. Jt. B. Till Remmly .i.enk f Mm if. A IiikI.' l-dtlr will AAtlnfythe til it cknptl. iil. Tlmre i n"t a .inrr'.n ayinpt'.ui tt 'niim M l Ion ttal M .1 n m I A di-ii...to Niglit Snral?.. Iiiitati.m of the NVrvw, DMNsM Kx perforation, Sh irt Pnina In Urn I.mitf. Sorn Throat, Nnuea at the St..n.i !i. Inaction of the Bowela, and Watin.f the Mu.clna aful pr Ix.lttn.or throe la.ttlea for J fill. Pill and Oiiitiiient, it 1 25 each. Ad.Irn CRADDOCR A OO., lord Race Htt.et, Puiladelphla. Bend for rlrrnlar A ih .. ii nl alii i i Ii. S 0 1 A raor north remembering Five 1 rout 1 wi tl. of .. cecd r.ja'r' ( ntiitim ' mill ry. iwu to u how twi'-e a voik. will ' :tv.- .loiiblo ilmt ..an nut m cram. nnl die liorMO I will l.o fntt. r. hloitkcr. ami every way w.it!i i more nion. ;. than though Im ihl net havo thou. Mauuh.d ladies, under all eircum ! Mtan.oH. will find 'ursuint' I'liniitir, l'lls I Mfs ami. in stiiiiii dossa H saw satbaitlfli Tin y rims. no in ini psini os a yap. Pans i' i. -u Baaiaii IVataa, ut Waal ill.. OIlTOH all killllCV (hr-.OW.UH. lloW t (tKT A HOMIi See tA WliMSMWt Ar.i' ii(f Uie tin rt mat fi . tha ui a? ehildtM maklm Boi i in tiic Ian Ixx.u mm kiiw. Tttac t:.W. :i ihont ton dMr. SILVIOR Ill's hit mi i ' i ll. nt rt'iuuJy, ner k BOH .i tt i tail. lnr I'll,. I. ilny art I... ill GABLE SCREW WIRE Hoott mill Bbom; mm trut .oil . I'll villi'.' NM v. ill li" I Hp Ut leak. All iicurthe l'nit ia Stamp. "!VT"I7T BOOK, "IMyi " aw SmSv, A-ntt ili iddwM Louis iXoto . oo., dmms. ti PI I'M CUMK I'l.wip. nSek. i.rlvale. Nc VI X J Jl pain. Iu. AliMhiuuNi., llfiiiiin, Mi. h WTKI) AOpVTfl. Sbmw ud itmit firm, rlltr than doid. A. COU1 iTKH A ' o .... -.' EVKIIY FAMILY WANTS IT. Mony In tt SoM r.y Afi.', Adlraa M. N. LOVBLfb Krle. Pfc L4 j i to aan per i " - tmm .', N up x f oauiociM .). it. lUJl'l oUD'.s Sons i',m.i, llll """'ti f' ii'"iitH ..VHi-1-wh.'re. A.tilrtSL mdtf i.i.iok M Co.. H'uchaiinn. Mi. li. THE WEEKLY SUN. umn. fn.in iviw lo iS.'w Y nnr, ii.wtpni.I, (id l AdlrM Tut SUN. N. Y. QatalmpM l'n'. 1 n iV ).. Kll- N. iOCIB. Mo. S3 SAMQPX.S Vrrr nd HIk Pny ui Male and Feiuiii VHrvwIinrw. A it'ti H. TI1K LJKIOM PUB. CO.. Newark. K.J. 3 Pounds of Butter from 1 Quart of Milk. Can le mitde anywhere, l.y r.ny one. No cliurnlng ut Hulled. lUtcelpt sent fur ''t cent,. AHdreni. P. O. 1 v 1 J I I. rtiiladelpui, Pa. HI I 'l l I I ( J ' " iron. S.-IU ut Klglit. Our iTf.u li in nu AKni eota Money. vv, b work mid MM f.T nil, men or WOMMIt, DOTI Of Ki'I". whole or ipare time, Stml itanii. f.n . ttaloma. A.l droea I' UANK OLUOK, New IwUotd. MM. PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY rVOADBMY, Cbee tor. Pa.. ()i-M Srtt. Hth. Ic.'i I i n IihuIUiIuI. Kroiinde anipl.., Ixiil.liiitfK iMinrnodkma. ' i v 1 1 Raclaeee. ma. Oo- Claeeioi and Fnirlidi itmroiiKlily tnunt. Pur ' nun iq.jiiy to kt THKO. HYATT, Pr. , Umt, VATKI A(iKTN -Kvoiywlienifor th Ct ?r- tt i.ii lli.t.u v BOO pim. 'lo ei -li-. aollinp welL Addraei H. O. lloUt.UTON A UO. 1 some net BtreeA, Boston, .Maw. 10 dollar: m day; Addraei JoJuMM, Ckrk c..., Cltyi Ptttebwrgk, Pa. i Chicago, AGENTS WANTED to fell THE IMPHOVED HOME SHUTTLE Sewing MaOiino H.i.i.m, Mr. ; N York lil ; oi St. Louie, Mo. CLARK'S BOOK-KEEPING. S.-lf-inatrortlve. Short method. Prlrc S1.IK), rmatpaJd. Bend lot C ire alar. w. s. (l.AKK v VO., Rao Street, Cincinnati, Onto. $25 a day fttArantocd Qinc ri;r Well Auger dt Orllis. uiOO a manth Mia to ROOd Ak :iW. AllK' T Im."W DM, Jil AUfr Cu., St. Louin, Mu. FOR SALE. Ohlaaco Snbarbu !t at Aluic.u-ii D it u nn 1 rj'5 monthly for l iI uu-h iihin a i-lii.rt. dintrin,'.. of Otj lim !. wiih hour! traim end cheap tiu.. Bend f"i circular, lit BROWN, Ui LaSuii., Stawt, Ooioaco, 111. FLORIDA Thr Kliri fa Aorirulturi't. W.-rklv ; ii .-nr. Si-nil In.-, ti.r i' iiiion. Proceedlnn Kloridn Prult-Orowora Am i n rnewUncnl I:.'. Mota. Addn-w. Walton A Co., Jackaotivill.., Via Suy where you (aw thil. j Geo. p. Rowell & Co- 8 AOKNTS WASTED KOK I BOOK. SUCCESS IN BUSINESS. HOW MAKE MONEY. Hrtlinn vm nt. s-,,l for circHlitrm, V. w. EIBOLKR i CO . 101 s Caariu., Cfetowjo, OL RKIll !' HORHBS. A'k v .ui ll. i rni - h Makei lor tho 'Am- Cotlm I'n.l. i h. ;.! wnrraated to onre any eocej Meal on botee r limlf. or monoy refunded, if prlntod dlrejctlotM are t"i lowed, s. nd 'the. foe Munple in.- OnUmi Pad Oo . Bole Mai nrt'ra, Buchanan.Ml. h. HOW TO GET A HOME. IOWA I.'.!. M)i,0OM URB8. Ricli BoU,itHtd Ulirnate.icelknl Water, sruwliuc Bettto netita, fiaid Bchoole, Wk ir-T thn laindeoi theBiotu i i . i nd St. Paul U. R. and the MoUrearof and Mleeoarl Rlo-r U. P.. at S I t f tmt acre, un eejq p iymuuia. Two yeara if nt will lui a t nn A iiplj to IMi I ,v i LK INS, R. R. Land Ottoa, Kiblejy, Uaoeola Go., Iowa. P F. O P L E WII L BAYS OUR 001 IDS, Bend eimta and we will s.'iid bf mail, prepaid, oar Lamp PnxfW, with which roei .an lill an Kt reel aa ... .,; teilknmt rvMoeiag rAfatay or k "l"' frtmtt mttirU bmmp. At MUM tmiH p mail jo i nil our cdNtuMTJ and temtf to aajwnto on! t wewty oaeloJ honeebokl at tic lei a ih .. htcfa inj I"-! ano can .ko from to H'.idailv. We want Asenta ererywhere, NATIONAL AtiKM'S' V. IIMKIUM, a ins, aias. IVINCSTONE'C FE AND EXPLORATIONS witti hf M Last Journals," now reedy! The only com ptete Life and thrtlllnir adrentareja in Afri. aof iii. ar.-at ti'Tii r.,.l"irin iio.....ii lajuraacej, Cheaneet and beX only Bti. I, splendidly illuatratem, otr.dlf. naif ItilBg, A..KN i - Wantko. Bend for eititoiwaBd proof ;or,l( In h:o.t.' Ij I'.'Kir woi k,aend Sl.OO fir full ..ot Hi i.i gonorne a.ldrrn, IdVlNUaioNK'a Pt'ULIMlKHa. CHICAGO, 1 I.I AGKNTS WA19TED FOR PATHWAYS OF THE HOLY LAIMD Beine l ull Deeori pterin of Pal tine, it rlletory, Anti galtlee, Inhabitanta and i 'uktom, accor.llna' to Uir inat Dleooverie reoenUy made by tho Paleetine Kxplorlne Klia ditlMta. ll s.'ll ut Mfc'ln Sfin! fur i. in ojir.i toiiiin to AK:tiia, t:id Mej n hy it m-U faater thai! anv nthei book RATIONAL Pl'HLIhHINU . t no tgo, Kl., or m. Lonle, Mo. N. F. BURNHAM S TIltllK WATER WHEEL ii ,-lr. lrl , i -..it me, n nd put to umk in ih.' Patent OM r, Ingtoa, 0. 0.,and ha prnvrrl t" be i ba lost. 19 madn. I,l ion i t.an any other itrnt olaae Wheel. Patn-piiletfo-.- N.l BURRH AM. York. P I AlUCir.l.f. ej XF.W MiT!inA AM M KHU RI MI.III. mUtuir etruKaled iw. nty yum N lwwn III. and H.ll. wliti AM Hill, I rxi'Mrlnn-nl.. . try mm InometM reoM i"l kerto .n.l luh.lina NM n.l irinn. toteaanely eiaeererell a wHajarfM i i'iely n-1 Bare cure tin A.itu.i ainl t'el.rrl.. tfMTNtoi lereHere IneiaejUy tu p"'M caa .lo down to rent .n.l lr..p ouMleilaely, Ih u rlataare tuppHerl with tampla p.ckar. . Dm n.,.i aiatrlbattna. .'nil aiM on, or a'Mr.M II. ...( I r . Auplc ( rwli, Ohio. Dm, (lata Knll-e.ae P. W.ce, ty mall, 11. at. I Iff. II ! .V Co., Tr- eara, Skrwejie, a., rary yft hnTe tin- MeerraM of "ur ewtanen tent Bearoant lathi beo) rTaftlnd Powder rqraejeenl it Increneeoontlnnatly." Gen. L.t InfllM A .. ftafa, I'mrnh nrr, I:. .. "V'lir .k I nannlaat dllj aniningin favor. All .peek well ol it." It la the beef KaiMem1 w If wa can eseeJ KewYorli H.atelCo. kli) uinKS.a Koain. Try Ir i nd be happ Bend for circular to . i If I. V. ; :. 1 ,v ti.. 19S Donne Bt tw i.irk. Tiininc with Hill niunr', Won't Do In tfiia w chronic ditwiuie I toajeaJH . n. A fSeeajSaeaaJ livnr ithnc.inw'inencpif aej t.nich nd atMlffjetef bowela, and the rry host .mpi.rntion in fiiatencc t. pat tbeta m earfwai crddr and beep them n ie lanant's BftrrfRteert Ajwrii'iit. SOLD I.V M I, ORL't.OlSTB. tti:ntio, Sssa71n- m i -r.,i,lLv AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. crdoaoo a saprr j om usoo., HidaiMbv AWNINGS, TENTS. TWINES AND CORDAGE. fill. Ill.lli , IIUBBARI) A CO i Water. BAKING POWDER AND EXTRACTS. lnt run iris, Steele v MTh . IS! I RS s wh.t, i IbJoago, MM N Id, Bl LtwJe, 'M Mam, Itnetnaett, BANNERS AND GLASS SHOW-CARD WRITERS. MI NN A DRUM, li W. Madlaon. BOOTS AND SHOES- AUCTION AND COMMISSION. JAS I'. M. NAM A HA I CD, j; I. Wat.luiirt"ti. CANNED FRUITS AND CRYSTAL LAKE PICKELS. F. A. WAIONKH, 46 and 41 RItot. C0WING S DRIVE AND WELL PUMPS. 4c. DOWRRR I WiM il.M.H, ia-and RS I r.nkl.n. CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWAKE. A ii ram niRROfl I r , MS end MB WeheeM-ee, ENGna.CK. SEALS, PRESSES. STEEL ANO BRASS STAMPS. STENCIL TOOLS AND STOCK. c. ll Hanson, :;i Sou'ii ENGRAVERS. a D. ciHi.os, ftLt a OO., tie ranktte. ENGRAVEH, DIE SINKER 4 MANFiJ. OF STENCILS. L. norm., iti R Roidniph. FLOWERS AND STRAW GOODS SPECIALTY. DAl.v, RRRROTDI .v 00., Mead MlWeheek-ev, FURNITURE. A. L. HAl.r. A Mao., M, 8R M4 aeW MSRandefRa, GLASS SHOW-CARD PAII.'TER. J. J. a BURG HO I BR, MR MM and 1 I R BeealolpR GRASS SEEDS. AXRRRT DM IRIRSOR, I I Kmi.-. GUNS CUTLERY MANUFACTUfiERS. W. R SPBRCRR I co.. M State. Band far priti MM HARDWARE ANO CUTLERY WHOLESALE. BDW1B HURT .t SORB, M mi SI Lata HEAVY HARD WARD WHOLESALE. RlMHAKK MROR A to, It ti tl M leeMpie er HOTELS. NKVAiA HOTRL, Webnaha ,beA Uadiaoa and Man. ro.. tlcntnil, convfiii. iit. Sail I'r day. BRRVOORT HOUSB, lil and IfSR Mad ken. On tba K.urop" ui plan. H m Thonpa o, proprietor. MKTROPOLITAR HOTRL SJ M v-r ttar. Oor Btete i Waah'ii.Mtnot old st. jiiiu.v.opp. rtoloT, Lattaf I Oe. OODKIf HOUSB Klralxdaaa in erery particular. I!r hnr ,V l'onay, pmp're. Cor. Wa.ldnutoii mid KranWliri. WOOD'S HOTRL. M A M BuMutea. O, Banda, prop, I'ric- Ml p'-rdu). ii. R PnhntT .ui.-city Hotol), eletk. IMPORTERS AND MANFRS. OF WARWICKSHIRE AND COLUMBIA SAUCES. IMPORTED CAIi-UPi AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS. LRWIS A Ct., 1UI K. Kmin. Snn.l for price liat. LUMBER. THS PR8HTIGO 00. Orewa h.v Leajner, Berth Put. w. k. mi. ng, Pne'l Hantpatoad, BwV REAL ESTATE. JAR. R OOODMLAR .t co., ::i Denrboca, SAW MANUFACTURERS. HBRRY DISaTORd min.x.w .ur Randolph I Muhel SEWING MACHINE COMPANIES. BOMB s. ML co., Jehaaoa, 'i"ik A Oo,, UI State WASHING MACHINES. l',.r t i.. iiarn, .i, . eddmai 0ALKIR8 CHAMPIOR weehec "., "juT tiaik. Aanati wanted Areiywheee. WATCHES. JEWELRY AND JEWELERS SUPPLIES. CrOGRWRLL. WRBRM .V 00., Ml end 101 state. d o u 'b le yo uiT tTa de lniKjit(.. i . room and Deietoffi Purt China and Japan 7n, in aeale.l packarfi', " irtrjap rim, bojM. Ot half cheat, (.',".; , ,,. Bend for circular. Tin- Wkllo Tea OOXTAMT, MN Kult.m :., N. Y.. P, 0. Boi tffR at mm "i.- ihnt will luro mfuHy mej pea i:.r...u-h eaa naa aaa - uat CfMnptaftj oMkfi VlfiOB t ill with lli'-m In iH.rih n L'u lu !. NMti :ml in t-iitiiiar nn uti-l i ANTttD, CMAS. D. PIIRCI, HKMflSR kCSSKRLB tXELCMI iLTa HLRrTBti lRI TaaM I eade ere ladvraed by tho net eminent plivaiciani in Cl.v I fl r i- lIw"rnriiliortiieciiniiinien Xir yV mntlain. neuralitii. liviTrum. SrLr , pUliit, ilyapi-eale. Itldnej ill. the world lor tin m re i if r hell' rdera.flta.f. innlo i .tupluuit nervotii and eneral debility. ead "tin r ch c tllaeaw - ..i therheet.head, liver. ; much kidney and blood. Booli wltn t .'ll p rt . ui. it- free b) N "!.t Bi r '.. , Clnrlunatl, Ohio. IS LIFE. TOOK AGENTS People4 t niunion S nae Hedfenl laer.' B li 1 ibeapeet I ,-v.r pabllahod; pacen, over 890 illu'tratton. Bl.-lrtTi. Tbonaanda bny H at aicht who eonld noi beln dnoed t. pnrohaae th. blah-priced l U treallne ..f Doeaeetic Medicine. UnJlae otber hooka aold thruagh aaenta, thla erork in thneooebly adrertlaed taroaghani N inn A marten, Thla fact, t aether with the lara rieo, engeal aptranmnaaj, and many r,.. f....tur.'h ol tha bonk, oaoaea p t aaU mom rapid!) than an arorfc tbi pul Halted in t Ii in country. TpMMot my na.-n! who Iiho- bad esporteneo to Mulaa hooka aayth. I b all their pravloae ennvaeatoe they nevr met witn i tiaaeo m oi aaada Ink'.' a - nr. Hiioi c.mii.rri.-iiw urn .'lo d mj Work For term and trrit.r, n.ldr ( nclot.ne two BeatOge iaiiipi und utatiiiK expel li R V PIBRCK, If. D., WorkPi IHrntenaarr, Buffalo. N.Y. Ao'f. Murk envelop. " Pol Pul -i. lie O p t." f i g 3 U S. r. o f- 3 "t T. 7) U P u. m J P S 2 - - r. 3 t K H a P k r' n - c H B Pr-g s - G si r 5: 1 76 B R 5 B ra 1 " rB c c 2 Q . av-P -lr ? 8 r - s 3 t: -1 Z Cwi o 0 z i I s -k i-J 3 Wit 8 8 " aS Z 9 3 , ' n 8 H C 9 5 3 I 3 f- L 9 3 5 p n B i -ca. ncn B "3 o B t 3.3? B g-5 B."fl V P- n o (; 3 C fl rr P o . Z - rt 3 P n p a" 3 Smith Organ Co., BOSTON, MASS. These Simulant I nst rutin nts Sold by Music Dealers Everywhere. AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN. Bold througbont tba United Rtatea on tha INSTALLMENT PLAN: That In. on a Sydam of Monthly Payment Pnrchaaera ahonld aak for tho BMHB Amfiih ak Omuit Cataloguea and full pai ticulara un application. M :m - AW- BttiUM r . . s.'.in s mum 3 , VERCflBN I j OGLING! MKMCfHANT s l. Whether fome on minor I, i-' M f use ? ewe realil.-ht in tic laiM. w kn--w ate. u ch anarea tl i . . n II the people to a of White lur iiuiiisn. fit i l' in. i' lrnit'i MERCHANT'S li'the fttiinrtard I iiilnit'i." nf the I n't'-i -' l't i. I " ii" nrV.,!i,a" "M.i.n.twforuui;. use. Sieeaie waia--"'g u.i cuiiipany. Invented In wall Sue... en lead to fortuon 7 'i '' I," book n I . ' ., Wall -ti I lie v If mi II I. K I.I V. A CO', B, . - SENT FREE. J'.H and Broker. 1'4 Hi". I ay. B Y PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS T. 1 ... i . Tin. 1..... ...I 41 , rail t a 1 ,. ...1 I'.i hhiiikl. It.... I An. .1.1 i.i HUtePainted wlfloutlaat a new on. ui.p.ip.t. ,1. ,,:,d ,. " ,. .. . Ui. . 0 . i 1 11 ' w" '""t llii'-o t'nioe M low Slate P unt.-d. A mmt... ut -co,,,,,,. . Price -.i ., ,-ranttun. rfcud lor VhamplT. A 1 wantod. wt 1. lis 1. .iii tio Uoneral Aer.t, US Weeauigtoa .s . Obicaao FOR A I.I. BRWIRCI MA. II IM S ri u b oi.inin. d .1 ahontune hnlt Him enud rai.-H lr or.'.-ir.tf.;i . , sua rr." Ber 1 ...,, w uhct a Wiu.i,, ea ct. : I! .v..'-, E cU-; (.'.'.' 1 .1 ll . Iu , bl. .1 . 1 . 11... nimi'iiiu.iii nrmnini Maj Naedle will h- o tin nod liy timt rneil. Addn- UKKIA. K KKHI.I: t o ,"s Bra a mm n . . y. Tltr FI. ASTK ' Tltl'SS ANU SUI'I'tlKTKUi now tutieiterllii all other, bo nut adot.tiM ererya iii b 'he l'-a1inK pliyaician. ur ireor,, drurfKikte, 111 my nnd navy, hospital. ay;ntia iuin, etc., etc. Theauc. Ksnniid uniTeraat antlf'LCti"i tli.-y I ive kit- on, 11 ao11 nu thH areat number ol' radical . oro they v e(lecte.l, has nam tii 'i "i t he hie' thut roplnri eoe be niraja raeia without offerina or annoynnce, kii.I Uhnmi Im ln nptnr nj laaae. ri iiptnmX IHftf or '..'vm, otton caused by the -vr.' pr.-r.surB of M. tl TmaOM and Bopnoi 'era. It i tbo onjy eara enre for Hi-nni, a It la the only Truae in ueo '1 bold the rupture Mtcurely in til p isition In which the bodyean ho pl.-iced. It will pei form radical eart a boa all othari fall. It ooa he worn w::!i Re and eooal rt wbon no Hp.-in trueacan be lined. YVpen onue. adjuHte l, no motion of the body or accident can displace it. Thaaa hntnuMata hnen tao awgaaltteet npprnnai ei the aoal etiuneiit pmotltioiwra In Uie oroteiion. Pi m tho neinorona tontlinoulaU in our poaieion we epnmd tho 1 11 1 wine Afu-r 1 hawpnrloaoeof month., pat lenta teat lf atrona lylto Its ur,,, as well a to the enea and iroudoin from incon. eiuei.c. nil h which 1 bo instrument i worn. With, epoiior advantages, th t'.lattie TVu.i peaeaaea in a hurh dejrree A LI, ie.,ulsitei and iiualitica ".u tUtinm I fot tun er utvantlona, I bara no baaitation m reaardlne itaaan 1. up. it.. .1 11.. ina I rth. raiiat and core ui lieu.-. "J. M. CAH.N'i )i 11 A N M. D., Bi -Health . it oar of tha Port "t Bon fork, Sura.non.ln Chiet ot New York State Hospital," etc., tic. Geo. V. Hors:, M.D., Ktipnnntoudant Klatl.:Tr.iaO. : laanrRil Attar annOlUa tor th.rty yeurs, in my own eron, trom tiie ue tf every form ot Metallic Trnsa pr. itnrahla in thik country and in Kunip, I. t ..o year an, applied yowr Htutit 1 . and since ihat time I haw n. pet 1. need OMnforl and Katlstactlou, n'l baon tanabi be truth, that the Elastic Trusa i the only laatrumont thnt should beaoad foe the rehet aadoarool Heraln; tad now, after n. "re than thirty ynara' oontlnuona praotteo, ami havlaf adioeted many hundreds ot Truisea (und foe the 1 at twenty months your oiclusll) ), 1 ariitetuily (Molar II to bo my deliberate opinion tnat 'ar :i..'ir 7V' l tho only one entttlnd to the eunSdoaoo ol th public , that elasticity is the only jiower at all adapted ty, ti . raanirnavanta of a Trusa or Supimrter, and am mu rlaood that t,u'ir Blnafef fVwat actually cures a larse piw I if linn of all cases to whlcn it is applied, not only amtran children, but in numerous csaea within luyuwu kiiowl u..Ke of pauenta trom 60 to '5 years of a- II. BURN HAM, II. I) . Pruf. of Anatomy and Surgery, N. Y. K. Medical Collaa, Beware of cheap and worthlesa lniifution F.:.i.Uc Trusses, which some partiee advertiae and sell, frandn leatht representing that they are manulactured by tht Klaat ic Truss 1 These Trusses are sent hy mall to all parts of the conn In S atisfaction guaranteed in all . .e. I', ti re pur. 1 leolBC any other, write tor Descriptive Circular (J) ELASTIC TRUSS 00. 683 BROADWAY, FiEW YORK NICHOLS, 8EPAR0& CO. 3 11 TfTTin 1 mrm ll The HitiLTLi iNT BVCCBIRof thUChrata BetTlMR, TiaanBTaJMi THMIHU, ie un prsesdSBtsd Is I ha ssnsli of Pana htaehiaary. In a brief irtotl It lute become wldsljrluioWBl ind Ft I.I.Y ESTABaUISMBD, " the MlBADINO THKBSHING HI ACBI9J F.." - . - SBAIRj BAIRBBfl KBPtTRB lo labmlt to the tnutofal nnd Imperfect work of otitor Diroahern, when poeted on the rant MwarnwMw of thieono, f"r e-a ti.jr pain, .iviii;; 1 ini, antl doing foot, thorough nipi economical work. lHRLHEarIEN find IT highlj atlvantaxeoni t.. run a machine that bsi "Beiltsri,M "1'i. ker-'," or M Apron." thai bsndlei Damn Grain, I. out: Itfnw, Heitilinge, Fin x, Timothy. Millet! end all nch difficult Rirtui and eceda, with BNTI c tC BASE AND BFFECTIVBNERS. Oh to pi-rl'.-. ii.ii) ; sutc. llu farmer his thrt-li hill hv extra Mtrlac f grain; makeeno "i.ittcr Inga;" requlrei LESS THAN ONE-HALF the nine iloltH, ll.xc!, Journals, nml i.ionra ; easier rutin Igwtl ', leu repair ; otM that grain mieora prefei iploj an l v. alt (or, even at n1 am en prior, while oil.er machlnca ure "ntil of jol'a," Four alseamaels tvltk ", s, 10 nnd I l.'M'rae .Tt 011 11 ted ' Voivfr, alo a s.e- . i. ii) of Scpnratora ualnno" expresnls ..i BTBAin POWER, nutl to mat. is otber Moras Powers. 1 1 Interaeted Is fntln raUingi orthTihlnt write tug Unstinted Clrcnian (.r frr with full particulars of Kizes, myles, prleal, SfflM,St6a NK UOLS, IHWABD a OOee Latt't ..'rer.Jt. Mi, .t,n Moia it, tit Draadsu. emu oa sia. UaTCVOMABCT, or Soul -hnrnaln:.' Kll I.I. ! t . IL81 .trrUi-t V vui.v .nKieaM. . ,rhlia4ehnni Kanaian ..i. 1. 1 lllr.f aeaar baek. Addl I WIU.IA.M-a OA. mV DR. WHITT1ER, Kc. C17 St. Charles Street, St. Lculs, v:. eoetiao to treat all ess at eNslaelss to nsrrl.re, tloef. ua,.uriilss svr ailmat nr lokas, wblcb retjll rrm InJUcr.doa er Itaprudsaes, wltb BDpsrsllsl4 Sr. W.'t sstabli.birmut Is cbsrttred bj tb HUH oS HI arl, ass tou .iti r. : hs bsea ettsbiUhed ta tear.v tsr. sertsiu sat rrlisbl relief. Eeluf a g,i!il e ..rl rafllctl rd'e-ri.-, and Barlni lbs sircrltar. tt e lea, sad lucoemf .: life In bis tpfclkiilts b hsa perfeoied ra ilea tbst trt .-rectus' la sll litttt ca. Hit ; l;r vr are belnf tretd b. msll or siprns n.rt.u.if. ! sssttrr aba U1!1, sail or write. Krom lb frtst asm Mr at BMUMUsaa hs Is nasfclod lo keep !' o&srfsa ' 96 pot'", 1T'B ful1 sympton. twtwai smp. MARRBACE CUiDEe eP pt;tt, popiUr book wtleh iksuM l i-ssd M i7 b--1y. a mstrlod pair, or psrtons mntiar'tiof r'.si., asn s't .- d to do wttkool It. I, soa'.slo tb eroam tt E .itlol literature sa Ibis tuhje-st, tb rstt of Dr. W. "na (xpartsac ; alaa lbs best tboobt from iai verka ta taiaps b aarlsa. ..ui . - pott. paid for 10 jta. N I Be. w ITI1I-.N WRITHia TO ADVF.lt TISKRH, V nlrn.r.hi 1 uu isw 'c nd 1 11 liifincnt In this tnpcr. " 111 will he fotintl iin lnr1nhle Liniment end wnrttr? pr -frl.-tary nir.ll. in.' 01 ntt.-.o n..w u.r.l m the l'Mtei STaaUl .ieKroe tl.an thla. Yellow wrapper for aui.i.al. at, 4 CARCL8NC OIL :: 1 if' ,'. tl rnliutn aire, 5 renta; aUaalteturad ,'.n ; . by Vlerrhaa"; JtUl ' 1 1 t . t- . sT, , , , . , v . $10. to $500. iS last if ' ia "ll' r,JWS.'