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The marriage customs of. the people , of Turkistan-Raisu ore similar, in a general way, to those of other Oriental nations, but they have some peculiar , features of their own. When a boy reaches the age of fifteen or sixteen, or ' sometimes when he is even youDger, his 1 parents think it is time for him to get 1 married, and look about them for a I suitable match. Misalliances are great- 1 ly disliked among the Sarts, and it is i desired that the family of the bride should be equal to that of the bride- j ] groom. A hodja, or descendant of Mo- ( hammed, for example, can marry only a , hodja's daughter, and amoDg those of j good blood it is rare?for the first wife j at least?that any great inequality of . birth is allowed. Girls are considered marriageable between eleven and fif-! 1 teen, and although according to the j | strict letter of the law a girl of nine can be married, it is not well looked upon 1 in Tashkent. * * * * The mother, 1 or sister, or some female relative of the youth who is to be mairied, afterh&ving 1 found what appears to be a suitable l match, or at all events a girl who pleases i the boy him-elf or his parents, goes to i the girl's family and discusses the ad- i vantages of the marriage. The match-' "maker is at once asked how much kalim i will be given, aud she in her turn is ! ( anxious to know the amount of the ; dowry, as it is desired that tUe kalim and dowry should be nearly equal. It ! is commonly believed that the kalim, or j money given by the husband, goes to j the father of the wife, and that it is in > the nature of purchase money, but this ' is not correct; the kalim is given to the wife herself, and it remains her prop-; erty, so that in case of divorce from her ; husband she may have something to fall back ?upou. When the friend of the young man has carefully looked at the bride and found out all about her, she returns to the young man, and tells him about the appearauoe and manners of his future wife. * * * * After the j presents have been given aud received j the wedding day is fixed. The bride ' then gives a feast to her friends, and the j, young man also gives a feast to his com- j rades, each at their own houses. On the day of the marriage a grand feast is held at the house of the bride's family, , aud all the friends aud relations of both j parties are invited, the women being in , one oourt and the men in the other. The Mullah from the nearest mosque, or in particular cases some distinguisned saiut or Ishan, is invited to perform the 1 ceremony. The bride aud bridegroom are not present at the actual marriage : oeremony, which is conducted for them by their witnesses, who are in all cases ' male relatives. The witness on the i part of the woman is her father or uncle, i or some one of that generation, no other 1 person being allowed to act for her with- i out special power of attorney to tnat effect. If the bride should be a slave? in those countries where slavery is allowed?it is her master who acts as her witness. The Mullah, who is in the samo room with the witnesses, asks them if the persons whom they represent consent to marry each other, and then inquires what the kalim and dowry are, and if they have been properly given; he then recites a prayer giving praises to the prophet and his descendants, draws np the marriage contract, and repeats a prayer, which is placed at its head: 44 Praise to God, who has allowed marriage and has forbidden all adulterous crimes; let all heavenly and earthly existences praise Mohammed and his pure and honorable posterity." He then pronounces the words: 441 have accomplished the. marriage between a man and a woman, a woman and a man, according to the power given to me by their witnesses, and in aooordanoe with the conditions set forth in this contract. " Immediately after he again says: 44 On behalf of the husband and wife I declare oonsent to this marriage according to the commissions given to the witnesses, and the conditions expressed in this contract." The Mullah and witnesses then place their seals on the contract, ask the assistance of God, and recite the fatha, or first chapter of the Koran. The marriage oontract is given to the wife or her witnesses. The marriage fee is given by the husband, and cannot be demanded from the wife. Tho bridegroom then goes to the apart meat of the bride, bnt is met at the door by her brother or some relative, ( who does not permit him to enter until he gives him a piece of money or some small present When he has thus succeeded in obtaining admission he joins the bride, and remains with her and all the other women. On his entering, the bride is concealed amidst a group of women, among whom he must find her hand before she can oome out As he has perhaps never seen her, it is a somewhat difficult matter. When a feast is held it usually lasts all night; bonfires are lighted, and refreshments are served. The women go away in the morning after having reoeived their presents. The feast of the men takes place in the outer court, and they stay there until half of the night is passed, when they receive their presents and retire. It is necessary at the same time, also, to give alms either to the mosque or to poor persons. At anv time the day after the husband is allowed to take his wife to his own house, if hes has one, and this done the marriage is entirely consummated, The Province of Bon mania. A dispatch from Bucharest reports that the battle array of the oonoentrated Roumanian army has been officially published, and that Prince Charles assumes oommand* In connection with this announcement the following may be interesting. With reference to the geographical position of Roumania (the united provinoes of Wallachia and -*r-i J?:-\ - ~i r?wv. iUUlUttvinJt a giniivn av iuo map ui uuivpean Tnrkey will show that it " comprises the entire territory between the range of the Carpathian monntains and the Danube from the Iron Dates to its mouth." The superficial area is about 60,000 square miles, 3,000 square miles more than the State of New York. The population is nearly 6,000,000, giving ninety-seven souls to each square mile. The actaal military strength of the country is not great, but it is capable of expansion. The regular army numbers about twenty thousand men, but there is a large well drilled reserve force of forty thousand men who can be called ; upon at the shortest notioe to take the field. Military service is obligatory with a brief term of service. By a supplementary treaty to the treaty of Paris, signed in 1858 by England, ! ' Prance, Austria, Prussia, Russia, Sardinia and Turkey, Roumania was raised i A t<*the dignity of an independent State : 0^} under the protection of the guarantee-1 ing powers named, her sole mark of j bondage being an acknowledgment of j the suzerainty of tie Porte and a pay-; * ment of over 8100,000 annually to the Porte. This obligation Roumania has regularly met, and in no way has Turkey interfered with the internal government of the country, which is based on the "constitutional monarchy " idea. a w> NEWS OF THE WEEK. What lit Delnc In the Old World and the New. The great powers, with the exception of England, coincide with linrria in her demands upon the Porte. England has been sending troops to and strengthening Gibraltar, and is Dttingout warships The Chinese insnrreot on is spreadiug rapidly through various prorinoes A tcrrifio tornado swept over the southern part of Florida, and much d image was undoubtedly inflicted James McQuillan, a -wealthy young Canadian farmer, was oonvictei in Toronto of murdering his wife, md was sentenoed to be hanged December 21st. The woman's body, when found, was scarcely recognizable on account of the wounds inflicted with a large stone. Her two little ahildren cowered by the side of the remains, oof-ir*rcrl with thfcir mother's blood Three more midshipmen have been expelled, from the Aunapolis academy for refusing to testify in the hazing case. The whole class of fifty students is threatened with expulsion The grand jury, sitting at Salem, N. J., found a true bill of murder Against James Weeden, Samuel Collyer, John Clarke, Richard Goodwin, and "Fiddler" Neary, the men concerned in the killing of Walker in the prize ling The official ti^-ures of the Ohio eleotion (excepting 8helby county) give the total vote for Barnes, Republican eecretary of State, as 310,259; the Duaccratio candidate received 303,897; the Prohibitionist 1,132; Greenback, 4,371. Republican aajority,4,956; plurality, 6,727. The Republicans eleotod twelve members of Congress and the Democrats eight Delaware and Maryland united on a day for 8tate celebration at the Philadelphia Exhibition, and the plan proved a grand suocess. One hundred and seventy-five thousand people were present, being the seoond largest crowd of the season. The principal feature was the tournamont on George's Hill, which was witnessed by fully seventy-fivo thousand persons. Fifteen knights rode at full speed and endeavored to pick small rings from arches with the points of their lances?a task requiring good horsemanship, a quick eye &ift steady nerves. The kmght of Delaware was the fortunate contestant, securing eight of the niue rings. The report of New York's canal engineers shows that the cost of canal engineering during the past year h&B been $70,151.60 lees than the previous year The single scull race between Brayley end Wallace Ross came off at St. Johns, N. B The distance was two miles and torn and the stakes $1,000. Ross beat Brayley with case by five lengths. Time, 28:30 The Waherepoon monument in the Exhibition grounds at Philadelphia was unveiied in the presence mt a large crowd. Gov. Badle, of New Jersey, wa- the orator Mrs. Ira Baker, of Glen Lock, Pa., while laboring under an aberration of mind, beat in the heads of her three children, aged two, Pour and six years, with a club. Au infant ivas found oompifct-jjy covered with a mattress, Lhe object being to smother it. The three :hddreu cannot survive The trotter Great Eastern has again defeated Smuggler, at Bosion. Time, 2:21, 2:24}, 2:25 Daring an altercation in a low lodging house in New i'urk, John Kelly was stabbed to death by 2uimbo Appo, a Chinaman, who was arrested, rhis makes the fourth pefbon he has killed iinoe his arrival in this oountry?having served in different prisons nearly sixteen rears for the crimes It is recommended by ;be German commission that the government grant i? subvention to enable German exhibi.ore to oompete at the French exposition. The whaling bark Florence arrived in 8an PracciKOO from the North Pacific, having on xrard 190 men of the crews of twelve whalers abandoned on aooouut of being oaught in the loating ioe and besides being badly "nipped," vith do prospect of release. Others of the news had gone to Honolulu on the Three Brothers. A large number of men chose to -emiin on the vessels and take their chances >f life in prefer noe to a four days' journey >ver ice. dragging boats with them, in hopes >f finding the Florenoe and Three Brothers. There is no dombt they will all perish. The abandoned vessels were the barks Onward and Clara Bell, San Francisoo; ships St. jteorge and Marengo and barks Cornelius Holand, James Allen and Java, of New Bedford ; (hip Camilla and barkentine Josephine, of Boston; bark Aoors Barnes, New London, and the Hawaiian barks Desmond and Arctio. Two trains collided on the Cheshire [N. H.J tailway and an engineer and fireman verekhled The single scull race of five miles between Scharff and Evan Morris, at Pittsburgh, was won by Scharff by one leugth. Fime, 35:35 A hurricane whioh swept over the West Indies did an immen&e amount of iamage. A number of ships were sunk; hut aone of them were Amo .lean. The steamer City of Houston, from New York for Galveston, went ashore, but will be saved The Montenegrins have captured Medun Indians attacked a wagon train between Forts Fetteiman and Laramie, but were repulsed aftor losing four of their band. The wagonmaster was wounded. Trouble is apprehendod at the Red Cioud agency, as none of the braves came for rations on the last distribution day. John Henry Schwamb, who -shot ^nd killed a man named Bette at Union Hill, N. J., last summer, while firing at his own (Sohwamb's) sister, has been convicted of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged on the eighth of December On account of the failure of the orops in Bombay, muoh suffering is felt, and government aid is being extended. The reports from other districts indioate a oompleto failure of supplies, and it is thought that aid will have to be given to two hundred thousand people. There has been no rain, and the rivers are drying up. Veget ation is parched and cattle die of starvation The will of the Hon. F. O. J. Smith, filed for probate at Portland, Me., leaves $50,000 to tke home for aged and indigent mothers, $50,000 to the Cumberland county law library, $10,000 to the New Hampshire historical society, and $10,000 to the Phillips' academy, Exeter, where he was educated, besides other smaller bequests Thomas Eilis, for eighteen years employed in the Park bank, New York city, where he had risen to the position of paying teller, with a salary of $1,000, has defaulted with $36,000 in greenbacks, and examination may reveal further short comings. As he was not a fast liver, it is imagined he lost at gambling in etocks and took the amount in hopes of being able to replace it before discovery. A reward of $5,000 is offered for his capture A wrestling match in Chioago between Miller, of New York, and Bauer, of 8an Francisco, was decided by the referee, Barney-Aaron, in Miller's favor, upon which Bauer's friends were dissatisfied and the meeting broke up in a row, in which pistols were freely drawn. Three men were killed and fourteen wounded, several fatally, by a train on the New Jer eey Central running off an open switch neai Somarvillo. The engin? and four cars were overturned and wrecked The Indians belonging at the Bed Cloud agency having gone iuto camp eomo miles outside of the post and refnsii g to come in when ordered?it being known that they were in communication with the hostiles and making preparations foi joining them?Gen. Crook surrounded their with troops and mads them quietly return tr the agency, where their arms and ponies were taken from them. Bed Clond, the head ohief, was deposed and Spotted Tail, who is favorable to the whites, pat in command Another bloodless revolution has occurred in Santo Domingo. President Espaillat has been deposed and ex-President Gonza'es reinstated. George Miller, target marker for the Worcester (Mass.) rifle club, while attending to his duties, mistook the sound of a gun fired in the neighborhood for the one he was waiting to mark, and sapped in front of the target just in time to receive a bullet in the breast, from which he died Ellis, the teller of the Park bank, New York, defaulted to the amount of ?66,COO, instead of ?86,COO as first reported A socialist conspiracy has been discovered in Spain, and roar general omcers I have be$n arrested for complicity Gold-1 smith Maid endeavored to beat her reoord of 2:14, in the presence of a large crowd at Washington, but only suoceeded in trotting in 2:1$}. At the Pimlico races, Baltimore, the threequarters of a mile dash was won by Sunbeam in 1:21}. The Dixie stakes, two miles, threeyear-olds, was taken by Vigil in 3:41%, defeating Parole and Horetez. The two-year old one mile race reeultoi in a victory for Susqaebanna in 1:49%. The horse Add won two out of three of the heats in the two-mile race. Tom Ochiltree won the first heat, but was distanced in the seeond Brigham Young having disregarded the order of the oourt to pay the alimony awarded to his wife, Ann Eliza, sufficient of his property has been t&ized to cover the same The pension commissioner has submitted his report for toe past fiscal year, from which it appears that $28,351,599 were paid out. Tne number of pensioners on June 30 was 234,821, or 2,684 lbss than the previous year. The number cf army invalid pensioners numbered 105,478, an increase of 2,912. The widows and minor children deoreased 3 718. The number of survivors of the war 1812 is 15,875, a falling off of 1 669 The Spani h ministry propoee a treaty of extradition with the Baited States The official Agates from Indiana show the total vmte to have been 434.319, of which the Democratic tickot received 212,019, the Republican 236,218, and the Independent 16,082. The. Democratic plurality is 5,846 Chad wick Brittain, in an altercation with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Rhodes, at Rushville, Ind., on account of her refusal to deed the farm to him, shot her dead. Her husband hastened to the rescue and was also fired at, bat missed, wherenpon the yoang man killed himself Frank MoCon&chi has confessed to the murder of little Maggie Bauer, whose mutilated remains were found in the woods near Springfield, L. L, last Hammer. A Mysterious Horseman. A letter to the London Times has the following: Turkish accounts say that the Servians ran away in large numbers during the engagement of the twentyeighth of September. This is denied by the Busso-Servian officers. It is admitted, however, that there was considerable unsteadiness on the part of one or two battalions, and a staff officer has given me his explanation of it. Of course, he has spoken in good faith, but only from what he heard. The romance is not good enough for the next edition of Planche's fairy tales, but if it suits any compiler of half-penny story books he is welcome to it. In the thick of the fight there rode along the front line of a battalion of Servians an officer attired in the Servian uniform, and riding a white horse. He cried: "Retire at once, or you are cut to pieces; the Turks ore on your flank!" Having given this order, which the battalion, or some portion of it, felt bound to obey, the officer on the white horse galloped away. The battalion was too much engaged in a similar movement on foot to observe what direction he took. When a search was made for him after the engagement, he was nowhere to be found. His body was not among those of the sixty officers of the Busso-Servian army who fey that day, nor was he in the flesh among the survivors who answered to the roll call, nor was any officer missing who could not be accounted for. Stranger still, it was ascertained that no officer of the Busso-Servian army had ridden a white horse that day. He Concluded to be Counted In, "I suppose you didn't observe the fast yesterday," remarked a good Chicago deacon to a brother in the church, the morning after the day appointed. " Yes, I did," replied the brother. "I thought you once told me you didn't believe in fasting ?" " Well, I don't usually," answered the brother, "but you see yesterday I haDDened to get away from home where I couldn't get anything to eat, and seeing as I had to fast apyhow, I thought I'd be oounted in." Then the deacon moved off mumbling to himself: " That's the way with some Christians; they always want credit for being good even when being foroed to it." Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ Declared Best at the Centennial. Medals and diplomas have been so numerously awarded at the Centennial in Philadelphia that they indicate nothing as to the comparative merits of exhibits. The Judges' Reports alone determine rank in excellence.' These unequivocally assign to the Mason & Hamlin Organs "the first rank in the several requisites of such instruments," which "is as much," says the New York Tribune, " as to say they are the best reed organs exhibited, in all important qualities." * Merchant's Gargling Oil has become one of the most popular liniments that is now prepared. It is, beyond a doubt, the best liniment in the world for the diseases advertised. Its use has not only become general in every State of ? ? * i'ii ? _ * il:. the Union, Dnt large quantities ox tins valuable preparation are annually sent to foreign countries.?The Revolution, N. Y. I A Compliment to American Industry. The Grand Niebelungen Orchestra at j Bayrenth, under the leadership of Hans i Richter and August Wilhelmy,have prej sooted to Richard Wagner a beautiful i Concert Grand of Messrs. George Steck I k Co.'s make, New York, which is not only a high compliment to the well I known firm, but also to American indus' try. This is the same firm that was the II recipient of the ODly Gold Medal for ! best pianos at the World's fair in Vien. j nu, 1873, and which was also just now ! awarded the first prize at the Centennial . Exhibition, George Steck & Co. 's name being placed at the head of the list of ' atoards for pianos, theirs having again proved to be the finest in tone and of ' greater durability than all other instru-1 1 ments on exhibition. The Steck pianos ? stand thus acknowledged before the 1 j world as being above all competition, J I aud are' therefore preferable to purchast j ers who wish to secure a strictly flrst f cliiss and reliable instrument, * j Life Insurance Cases. ] Opinions were delivered by the supreme court of the United States, at ( Washington, in tiie following cases : The New York Life Insurance Com- , pany, appellant, agt. Wm. C. Statham 1 and Parmelia A. Dudley, formerly Par- < melia A. Statham?Appeal from the ( circuit court of the United States for the J Southern District of Mississippi. The New York Life Insuranoe Com- I pany, plaintiff in error, agt. Charlotte ' Seyms.?Error in the circuit oourt of 1 the United States for the Southern Dis- ] trict of Mississippi. i The Manhattan Life Insurance, plain- < tiff in error, agt. R. S. Buck, executor of Charles L. Buck, deoeased.?Error to 1 the circuit oourt of the United States for | the Southern District of Mississippi. i The points decided are as follows : < A policy of life insuranoe whioh stipu- 1 lates for the payment of an annual \ premium by the assured, with a condi1 " A - * J nnn.nowmflnt Ya n 110H W UtJ VU1U, UU UUU-^?ju*vuw, uv? an insurance from year to year, like a common fire policy, but the premiums constitute an annuity, tho whole of I which is the consideration for the entire 4 assurance for lifo, and the condition is a ' condition subsequent, making void the policy by its non-performance, but the time of payment on such policies is ma- i terial and of the essence of the contract, ! and failure to pay involves an absolute j forfeiture, which cannot be relieved against in equity. If the failure to pay J the annual premium be caused by the < interventions of war between the terri- i tories in which the insurance company and the assured respectively reside, which makes it unlawful for them to ; hold intercourse, the policy i , nevertheless, forfeited if the company insists J on the condition ; but in such case the assured is entitled to the equitable value 1 of the policy arising from the premiums actually paid. This equitable value is the difference between the cost of a new policy and the present value of prem-. iums yet to be paid on the forfeited policy when the forfeiture occurred, and may be recoverod in an ao ion of law or suit in equity. The doctrine of the revival of oontraots suspended during the war is one based on considerations of equity and justice, and cannot be invoked to revive a contract which it would be unjust or inequitable to revive, as where time is of the essence <?f the contract, or the parties cannot be made equal. The average rate of mortality is the fundamental basis of life assurance ; and as this is subverted by giving to the assured the option to revive their policies or not after they have been suspended by a war, since none but the Bick and dying would apply, it would be unjust to compel a revival against the company. Mr. Justice Bradley delivered the opinion of the court. A Board Bill. The Lancaster (Pa.) Examiner says : A Lebanon contractor had some men working for him in the rural districts. At the end of each month he usually paid their board bills and deducted it * Ah A iimo o/?A iroui iiimr uuuiu buuu ?m received the following bill and letter from a man who had been furnishing the staff of life to one of his workmen : sonse Mounting r rote lebinon kounte Fepto'dber 9at 1876 A lix Dunigen to P J> , esq deter to washen glose 1 months 16 sents to 53 times ead at 20 sents 10 dolers 60 sents git drank 5 dolers. Mister?her is A. dunigen his bort bil) it is 5 dolers charged get drank, it is sheap he mag so match nasens ven he vas tide as i not hev again for dwise so nantch eny more, he preak my looken class, and trow my pigs mit a sthones and preak his pag, and mag my vife scharen det putty near wit a shot gun, 1 and gif so match shouding around and kigs np te devil so as peepel pelieve my hoas vas a loonetick asilem 5 dolers i charch ven you dond pay it i charch 10 dolers. Yours P D Esq. Pimples on the face, rough skin, chapped hands, saltrheum and all cutaneous affections cured, the skin made soft and smooth, by the use of JunipkbTab Soap. That i made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New fork, is the only kind that oan be relied on, as there are many imitations, made from oommon tar, 1 which are worthless. Steinway's Victory and Laurels. The following offioial report of the Judges of Awards, accompanying the Medal, showB conclusively that the highest honors In the gift of the Centennial authorities were unanimousi ly awarded to Stbinwat & Sons, viz,: ' For 1 greatest concert capacity in Grand pianos, as also highest degree of excellence in aU their stylet of pianos, viz.: Largest volume, purity and duration of tone, and extraordinary carrying capacity with precision and durability of mechanism; also, novel disposition of the strings and construction, and bracing of the * ? ? meiai j remits. The report then minutely describee and emphatically indorses the six prinoipal patented improvements which have made the Stein way THE STANDARD PIANOS OF THE WORLD. Referring to Steinway's exhibits in Machinery Hall of samples of hardware, metal frames and patent tabular actions, the report farther states: "These artioles of composite metal show the highest perfection of finish and workmanship, and the greatest firmness and uniformity of metal structure, a steel-like and sounding quality with a tensile strength exceeding 5,000 pounds per square oentimeter, as demonstrated by actual tests. The full metal frames of cupola shape possess an unequaled degree of resistance, pqpnitting a vastly increased tension of strings without the slightest danger of crack or break in said metal frames, thereby considerably increasing the vibratory pewer, and augmenting the lasting qualities of their instruments." Manv Dfirsons suffer with sick head ache and nervous headache, usually induced by costiveness, indigestion, etc. Such persons will find relief, if not cure, by keeping the bowels open with small doses of Parsons'Purgative Pills. * Burnett's Cocoainb is the beet and cheapest hair dressing in the world. * Deliberate Suicide. Not for a single day can a cough be safely neglected in this climate. Without delay resort to Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. This balsamio vegetable preparation extinguishes a oough or oures a cold with unexampled rapidity. Bold by all druggists. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute. * Have you inflammatory sore tLroat, stiff joints or lameness from any cause whatever V Have you rheumatic or other pains in any part of the body ? If so, use Johnson's Anodyne Liniment, internally and externally.* Builders and all who contemplate I building should procure a copy of 44 Atwood's Modern \merioan Homestead." Price, $3 50. 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Of.* 4 07 ( Dressed .. 07*# G9 , Hheep 03*# 01 i Lambs OS <4 IB Colton?Middling 1' # it Flour?Kxtra Western 5 70 # t? 75 State Extra 5 76 # 7 10 Wheat?F.edWestern 1 38 # 1 23 No. a Spring 1 3) # 1 2 J It jo?State 88 9 91 ' Barley?State 91 9 1 00 Ilariey- Malt 1 10 9 1 31 Date?Mixed Western 81* A 4s* Corn?Mixed Western t5 # 69* , Hay, perewt 60 # 90* Straw, per cwt 5j # 80 i Hops 76*8?33 (A87 ... 75'b 10 A 3) Pork?Mw?s 17 10 <A17 13 Lard 0i*# 0# Fish?Mackerel, No. 1, new 16 00 #17 00 " No. 3, new 7 10 ? 8 00 Dry Ood, perewt 6 nj # a so Herring, Scaled, per box.... 33 # 3> Petroleum?Crude.... ...13 #13 Refined, 26 Wool?California Fleeoe 16 # 36* Texas " 56 # 3 * Australian " 8J # 41* Butter?State i3 gik Western Dairy ....< 88 # 8 S Western Yellow.... 28 # *30 Weotern Ordinary 15 # 20 Cheese?8tate Factory 08 # 14 . State Skimmed...... 05 # 07 Western...., 06 # 11 Eggs-SUte .. . . 26*e 27 sonAbOb Flour 6 24 Hi 9 78 Wheat?No. 1 Spring 1 88 # ! S3 Corn?Mixed 61 # CS* Oats ?*# 35* Rye 78 # 7C Barley. 1 00 # 1 00 PUIXAnXLPHU. Beef Cattle?Extra 04 t* 06* Sheep 04\# '6 Hogs?Dreesed 06*# < 0 Flour?Pennsylvania Extra......... 6(0 # 8 5i Wheat?Bed Western 1 2i < 1 81 Rye... 67 -A 75 Corn?Yellow % '*# 61 UIISO,.,,. .... 01 (g 03 Oat*?Mixed S3 ? 34 Fe role am?Or tide 17 618 Refilled. 28 >90 * month salary t* agta. Gem MTgOo.,3t. Lonla. >8 a Day to Agra. Sample free. H. Albert. Boston .Ma. TIT) ITT? 5 Foreign Stamp*. Otrealar* and price I late. ? JXLiCi htab Stamp Co.. Box -sPAt 8wantor>, Vt. POBTEalTS, ale., drawn by mschlasry. Apparatai by mail Ha AgtoU wtatad. Smlthofraph HTf Co., Pblla., Pa Cii) K A DAY to Agent*. Sample free. 32-page Catalogue. L. i LKTOHKR. 11 Day SC. N?L AftTTltfTfl FOUR >10.00 tbromos FREE.. AlTJiH AO j. m. M UN YON ACQ.. Philada., Pa. (i"| A a Day. Employment tor all. Ohromo A Norelty IrlU Oatalogne tree. Feltou AOo.,119 Nassan at.N. Y. A45EXTM? For 400 Paper* and Magazine* waWTZP. O. W. Bennett. Pan. Aa't. Qnincr. M'rh Qri/ni I/CDN7 a hot $3.00, 70 styles. lH. Cat. fret. nuVULTun Wkstxr* Om* Works,Chicago, III. 4CR 4-fx Q'7'7 * Weak to Agaota. Sample* FKKE. 3>PO LQ 9 4 # P. O. VIOKxBY. Angnata, Maine. &t> OUTFIT FREE. Bart Ohanee Yet. Writ* tP V at Once. 00LLIN8 A CO.. g 0Linton Plaoe.N.Y. OAa Week Salary guaranteed to mala A female Send. ?\J stamp for circulars. K. M. Bodlne.Indlanap'e.Tad. CI K fnp CR Agents' Mammoth Catalogue frea F. 3IU iur NASON a CO.. Ill Naasan 8t. N. Y*. cppririr ia tfca World, f?*. ASTHMA 0rr,Ur,l'? T- POPHAJ* a 00., 1*8. *tk St., Phila.P*. MM AIMI JMILL8 for Pomplng and Running VW I H| I 1 Machinery. Address TORNADO 1WB W WINDMILL 00., Elba. N. Y. \\T ANTED-Agents can easily make 110 per day selling 77 oar new artiole. Apply ea<-ly for choice territory. The Lion Ferer and Ague Oo.. 149 Broadway, New York. DAACT?Vfi' CHEAP MUXIC. Fall .Dvg vf X Catalogues free by mall. HOOMKV Ar CO.. 32 Fast 14th Street. New York. d^OCA A Men tit.?Agenta wanted. 36 best sel \ * fill lag artieles in tha worid. One sample free. UHJUV Add'ss JAY BRQNl40N.Drtrolt.Mich. A#a WATCHER. A Great Sensation. SaapU % ? Waleh and OulJU fr** to AgmUt. Better than Qold. Ad dree* A. OOPLTBR A OO.. Ohlcyrq A MONTH, hotel and traveling expenses Mm1z|1 paid for salesmen. No peddling. Address TP" Mowitob Maymr'o Oo.. Cincinnati. Ohio. ] fa MA J Made by one Agent in 57 days. 13 new j articles. Samples free. Address. , VWWT C. 31. L.IXIXGTOX, Chicago | ? 1 Purebred Calves. Chester White, Berkshire and York- 1 hire Pigs, Scotch, Skye and Shepherd pope. Poultry and I Pigeon* ail finest imported strains, bred and for -ale by ' Francis Morris, Morton.Del. Co.,Pa. S-?nd for clrcnJar. Artistic Samples gentleman, sent on receipt of 3-oent stamp. Agent's Outfit. 15 cents. ERNEST HART. Rochester. . Y. TNCJ.OSE 10 CENT* and reoeire by return mail specimen copy of Time and Cash Acoonnt Book. Asrents ?ell from llO t* 1.000 ner day. J. W. AVKHY A dO.( Pobitohart. I COS Sallna 8'.. 8yraca*e, N Y. S BiplLi J3S& times. MICROSCOPE! Show* ,ife in water. Sent by null for 91 00. . S. L SMITH, fit 8 Wuh. Street, St. Lool?. Mo. (2?Q OUTFIT FREE TO AGENTS, men and tUO woman. Article possesses a great charm for fcoth sexee. Sail* at stgbt to every young ladv and cent ScixwTino Noyxlty Co. 9 Aator Plaoe, New York. A GENT."*.?Twenty 9x11 Mounted Ohromoe for 91 <? samples, poet-paid, 20o. Stretched (Jbromoe, all sizes, at low prices. Oatalorae free. OoNTCwxktai. Chkomo Co., 37 Waesan Street, New York. ?XT A We will start yon in a business yon can make 950 a week without capital; easy UTAWrV and respectable for either sex. Aonrra1 iaun&l 8CPPLT Co., 261 Bowery,N. Y. Y AIIII n Ml Guide to marriage, wealth and I 11 If r n X beauty, never falls, love letters, JjU IJilfff wisdom, etc. Book worth 950 now mal ed tree by Th? Uinov Pint. Oo , Newark. N. J dllaodllt adayanre madsby arau Mlllag our ChroatM, \ III f.||/fl Crayon t, Picture and Chromo Card?. ISA iam/ jP1*1 worth AA, lent pi trial d tor KAe. IlluitriU-dKtZo^uefree!. J. H. BUFFO RD* 5 SONS, BOSTON, MASS. A #1TTOM II ron want the best eelllcr artio'e Alip ITa In the world and a solid gold patent BUJuU 1 0 lever watch, free of coat, write at Qnoe to J. BBu)R A CO.. 785 Broadway, It. Y. m The N-w Work, Indispensable to F. A. M. Bells JR _ at sight. Exclusive territory given. Send for wy Descriptive Catalogue. Redding A Co., Pnba. \ Standard Masonic Works, 781 Broadway, N.Y GERHARD'S Great BOOK ef SECRETS, and Directions to the Working class to start a money making business with or without capital. Price. 50 cents, post-paid. Address GEBHARD A CO., 219 Clinton Street, Detroit. Mich. An onirrnv ?hibai' homes? Hi I Mil I H t Reliable information as to UU UUUlil s best locations. Send IO oents for SoutK*m Herald. Address G \ INKS A Y1NGL1NG, Ne. 9 Actor Honse, New York City. ? -- ? ?? Mif V DIIVaTI'l SJW ! nit* ri rAiTiiui m mm m Sample i'opj, Paper ('over, 10 conte. Hoond In Clotli. with Illoetrntlona. 132 gn?e*? 3H rente by mall. Addrees to 714 Jroadwny. New York. p a t5 vfw c! or lh?,r MB* suited thlilhll end ? ( lor Jineach Co.) to icll " " , ftw ^p,, ?tic]el of re.1 mcrit to (he firmfn in their own eoantie*. Baiineis pleaaant, profltegood. Paiticularifrse. J. Wobtb. 8t,Louii,Mo. kHWPO InyeetlfatethamerlteofThelllBSAlTr.ll I X tratod Weekly before determining AUIIll ? Mi npon roar work tbie fell ead winter. The combination for this season surpasses anything heretofore attenmted. Terms lent free. ArHre"*. CHA8. CLUG'AS A CO.. 1 t Wanea St.. New York. mri A CJ ?The choicest In the world?uju porters I TiAn. prices?Largest Company la America? staple article?please* everybody?Trade oon'tonally lncreatine?Agents wanted everywhere?beet Inducements ?don't waste tlme-eend for Circular to ROBT WF.LLS. 43 Vsiey 8t. N. Y P O Hm 1 g8T. M rA KVIfAJBB fr en Ineerrtls Came. tP?OU Db. J. P. Fitlbb, belncsworn,says: I BradMted la 1S3J, appelated ta PrefMaer'a akalr l?d; fc?*i dsroud ?T yaaia, sicluairsly, to Uiraute. Nrorakrta, Getrt, Kldaay aad Llear Uaaa?. I (tVuM DR. rmitl RIIKUMXtTC RXK IDT. Ildxi Cordial. aad Ursa PIUs. a p-rauni smra, a? *111 taTaad awr. Pamphlets, Rofry MM aad Mad Mai A dries saal br wall, turn Addraaa DR. rlTLXR, a Seatk faaiih strati. Philadelphia. MBSIOJW AIDRUU0UT8. BnnWTV Art of 1868 revived. Write 1/ U U A A term of serrloe, eto., with ita-no BrVQ T A VQ alsogranted,however lightly A L It U 1 U It O disabled in the U. 8. servl e. P ATTUTQ Trade Mnrhi, (Joptrlihi*, 1 HAIill AOt etc. Hjw to ohtsdn them. Wrl e (arnl. L. BINfaFlAill <V C'0.,Attv> for Claims and Adfpcatee In patent A land title cases, Wa*h'na ton P.''. A BOOK for the MILLIi ?iv. MEDICAl advice tnd (Chronic I)f?rate? arcer^ I Catarrh, Rapture ^ium Habit, Ire , SENT FHEk. or rc'.it of stamp. Addrvta Ift, Batti'Du ?Bftry Ki.llN. toit,, it.Corns, | A AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT ' lEF^IAL HIST0i\y It (Alia faster than any other book. One At* nt cold 7 copies in one dar. Send for onr extra t' nna to gmt*. NanoyaL Ptblishihq Oo. . Philadelp ie. Pa. lis SHOT GUN A double-barrer rnn. bar or fmnt actio* loeka. warranted mnine twist barrels, and a I ah...iter, or no dai.r. ith Flaak. Pouch, and W ad-cutler. f?r$U. Can be tent . O. I), with prtrileru t.> e<;iinin?before par'"' Mil. hen I lamp for c?ret.tar t i'. .Xl< A Ml... (F.iieuwati. < rvw n a vv riWRM HIP DIME AMR. Spina U Cum*, Whit* Swelling, Oontr'cted Limbs, and ' lab Feet, wltboat catting cords or any sargleal epers. on, or an hoar** confinement to bad, and moetly wlthat pain. Expensive Supporters enflrelydleoerded. No tanta for sort king a sod In tba oar*. ThlrtjralJt jroar* rperleooe. Receptions forenoons, at 124 f?.wth8t, htladelphla, Tneeday and Wednesday; N& 133 West lit 8t, New York, Sunday; 12G2 Waahlngton St., loston, Thnraday and Friday. Sand for (Jtrcnlar. AW/'/W// v//<///////://. An. p. buhnhams 1874 Turbine 4 r WATER WHEEL Haa dlaplncad hundreds of other | Turbines, bat ban never hoe a It- ; elf displaced. Pamphlet free, W. F. BURNHAM. Yo Pa. POUR MONTHS oa Trial .or 25 CENTS. We will aand the Great " Hard TUr.ee" Paper, tba CRICKET ON THE HEARTH Foot months on trial for only 25 oanta mammoth Ift-page Illustrated paper (use of Harper1* W?Uy), levoted to Literature, Roma roe. Useful Knowledge. Amassment, eto., etc. The best, obeepeet end most popular paper published. One dollar per year, with iholoa of tare# premlnma, or 75 oeota wltboat preill am. Specimen oopy for stamp. Send 25 oeata for Foot months'trial, to F. M. LUPTON k OO., PabUsherm, H7 ??rk Row. New York nm 1TO Every Household Should Keep VI II A I at hand Is a remedy to onre wtthont oall"' alifcX in* the doctor. Golds, Doughs,and Don inmption preva'l In almost, every family. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM will oars the oolds and ooughs and prevent oonsnmptlon. AS AN EXPECTORANT IT HAM NO EQUAL It la harmless to the moat delicate e?lld. It cantalne aa Oplam In Any Form. Directions acoompaay each bottle. It Is sold by all di agglsta and medicine dealers. Removal-ISO OBdAfifs?! New and Src< nd-hand, of six flret-elaa* makers, Including MaTKUH dk SON a, will be sold at extraordinary Low Prleee to clooe out the retire stock, previona to REMOVAL to their New Store, 4U Eaet 14th Su. Union Square, Oct. 12th. Mnetc at half-price, eame or 2 eta. per page. Illustrated Catalacues Mailed. Agent* Wanted. Special Indncomente to THK TRADE. HOB ACE WATERS dk SONS, Manataetarcrs and Dealers, 4S1 Hrowdwnv. New Verb IN PRESS-OUTFITS READY?THE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED. A graphic peu-pktore of Its history, grand buildings, wonderful exhibit, carlodtlo., great days, eta Profusely illustrated, thoroughly popular, and veis uh-ap. Mutt toll immeraely. 5,000 Aaeals wanted twmd for fall particulars. This will be the ohanoe oi 100 yean to ooln money fast. Get the only lellabk history. HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., 733 8aneon> cutset, Philadelphia. Pa, or bprlogheld, Mara fl A ITT in'nj Bb not deoelred by premature books. L/ a. U A iUJJI assuming to be "official,* and telling wnat will happen In Angus! and Sepiemhc. EUPEON* If you have Rheumatism, Neuralgia Headache, a Burn, or a Bruise, procojc a bottle of Eupeon. It will give lnstar \ relief aa thousands can testify. Pc sale by all Druggists. H. A. HDRLBU*. & CO., 75 and 77 Randolph Street Chioago, Agents for the Proprietors. NEW WIT.LCOX A GIBBS AUTOMATIC invention,andJTVb ft wiih^ producing \J \J Automatic Marvelous Tension and Tradi Mark In baa* of aTsry machine. SILENT SEWING MACHINE. bend Poetal Canffor Illustrated Price List, Ac. Willcox & Gibbs S. M. Co., (Cor. Bond St.l 658 Broadway, New York, ay eae eaa take Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient. it ii moat scn-cable to the taste. Some medietas* are really offensive, and the stomach rejects them. This aan be taken by ohlldren. It will puree gently; cure ^institutional ooativenese; eradicate affectloos of the liver; remove healthily the oauae of rheumatism; brace ip the nervooa system, without creatine nausea or romltlng. In a ward, this Aperient is Natar-'s reme iy. prepared In the alembto or the earth for the core of sm.n BY A T.I, DRUGGISTS. Whether You Travel or Not, INSURE AGAIN8T all kinds of accidents, 5 BY A. YEARLY POLICY IN THE TRAVELERS Life and Accident Ins. Co. Ol HARTFORD. CONN. Amenta Every where. THE BEST PAPER IS THE mm Only ft 1.00 a rear, and 15c. for poetege, will secure yon the Best Story and Family Paper in the United States. It la larger sod better then the Treat weekly nepers of New York, end Is sold for onethird the money. Addreee THK LEDGER, CHTCAOO. TM.INOIB. // REDUCTION IN PRICE 11 rtranson m method FOR PIANO. A CARD. THE PUBLISHERS, BELIEVING THE DEMAND OF THE TIMES SHOULD BE MET, HAVE REDUCED THE TRICE OF THIS FAMOUS METHOD FOR THE PIANOFORTE TO $325. THET BELIEVE THE PUBLIC WILL APPRECIATE THEIR ACTION. AS TO MERIT AND EXCELLENCE THERE IS NO BOOK ITS EQUAL. IT STANDS FIRST AND FOREMOST, AS ITS SALES OF HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS WILL ATTEST. IS ATTRACTIVE, THOROUGH AND SUCCESSFUL. IT IS CONSIDERED BY ALL FAIR JUDGES TO BE THE PERFECTION OF A PIANO INSTRUCTION BOOK. PRICE J$3L29L SENT POST-PAID FOR TniS PRICE. t&F SOLD BY ALL MUSIC AND BOOK DEALERS, AND USED BY THE PRINCIPAL TEACHERS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. OLIVEJR, DITSON & CO., Boston. C. H. DITSON fr J. ?. ?u,twukmjnam. _ ) i -1 '> r GLENN'S ^ Sulphur Soap u eradicates f | All Local Skin Diseases; / P^rjCANKNTLT BEAUTIFIES the J Complexion, Prevents and Hembddes Rheumatism and Gout, v Heals Sorbs and Injuries of the Cuticle, and is a Reliable Disinfectant. This popular and inexpensive remedy accomplishes the same results as costly Sulphur Baths, siiiee it permanently removes Eruptions and Irritations of the 8km. Complexional blemishes are always obviated by its use, and it renders the cuticle wondrously faipand smooth. Sores, Sprains, Bruises, Scalds, Burns and Cuts are speedily healed by it, and it prevents ana remeuien Gout and Rheumatism. It rbmotbs Dandruff, strengthens the roots of the Hair, and preserves its youthful color. As a Disinfectant of Clothing and Linen used in the sick room, and as a Protection against Contagious Diseases it is unequaled. Physicians emphatically endorse it Prices. 25 and 50 Cents per Cake, Per Box, (8 Cakes,) 60c and $1 20. N. B. Thar* is economy lo baying the large cake*. Sold by &U Druggist*. " Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye," Black or Brown, 50c, c. ii. ClffTMWi. faf'r. 7 8utt ai. i.i. d?OA A ur n 1,117 Maleor(nuto. Noeapt5)OU A " rihiR toL W? rlr WOT* that win bring yon SsdO a month at ho?a day or er'g. Itrrgyioaa' Union. 113 Greenwich Street. Maw York. Highest Honors a* the CENTENNIAL! MASON & HAMLIN ICabinet Organs Unanimously Assigned the "FIRST RANK SETEE1LKE0U1SITES" Of such Instruments! MEDALS of EQUAL MERIT ha? baaa awarded all article* deemed worthy of rncognttioa, to that It will be eaey for many makers to adrertit* that they have eoelved "highest medal*.n It la by the JUDGES1 REPORT S, on LT, that oompeting ar tela* are taaigned their oo?parathre rank In excellence. f?on th?a * report* the following i* an *r;ract: "THE MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN OO.'S exhibit of Reed Organr md Harmon lama ahowa loatramanU of th* FIRMT HANK IN THE MBVKRAL KBQUISITE8 OK INSTRUMfcNTS ??K THE ; Tlx t Smoothne? and equal distribution of tone, soop* of expreealoa, resonance and eloglag qaallty freedom and qnlokae? In action of keys and bellow* with thorooghne? of workmanship, oomblned with aim pilot ty of totton." (Signed by *11 the Judges.) The MASON A BAM LIN ORGANS are thus declared to RANK FIRST, not In one or (too respects only, but in ALL the IMPOR\ TANT QUALITIES of suck instruments; | and they are the ONLY organs assigned this rank. This triamih was not unexpected, for the Mavm A Hamlin Cabinet Organs hare nutform'jr been awarded the highest honor* in oowpetition* In America, tcer* baring been sc*roe<y tlx exception* in bnnlrmlt of oom. petition*. Toey were awarded HflHtST HONORS and Ftrat Medal*? ARIN 1887; VIENNA, 1873; SANTIAGO, 1875: PHILADELPHIA, 1878; and bare thna ' J Wi ww? WavM'i Vtfwvl. n?ai twvuiu umuov uvw? / ....... ?r. . tioo at wnion they hare been exhibited, being the only American organs which bate ever obtained any award at any competition with bert European maker*, or In any European WorkT* Ex position 1 Insist on bavin* a Mason A Haulm Oao?n; do not take any other. Dealer* often recommend inferior organs beoanae they are paid larger oommUeione for telling them. -? NEW STYLES, with EXTENDED TOPS, very elei rant, and other Improvement*, exhibited at toe 1 'EN TBNNIAL: elegant new oaae* in great v rtety. Prlote very lowest oonetsrent with beet material and workmanchip. Organ* sold fox oash or installment*, or rented | an til rent pays. Every organ warranted to give entire satisfaction to every reasonable purchaser or tub kohiy arrmtBia, 1LLU8J RATED CATALOGUES eant free. MASON A HAMLTN ORGAN CO.-15* Tremont Street, Boston; 25 Union Square, New York; 80and 82 Adsme Street, Ohtcay. [Established 1846.I J.ESTET & 00. Brattleboro, Vt. C^Send for Illustrated Catalogue WOOD'S IMPROVED , HAIR RESTORATIVE What It Does! It restores, quickly. Grey Hsir to its kloery Natural Tolor, It has the effect of Hectoring the Hsu- to prematurely Bald Heads. It Removes Dandruff, Humors and all Eruptions from w m -m vk the Scalp, it prevents Irritation, | | | | 11 Itching and Scaly Dryness of the II I III Skin. It Restores iaded, dry, harsh 11 | 111 and falling Hair. It renews.dresses, II mmw softens ana gives vigor to the growth 11 I 11| of the Hair. It accomplishes more 11 L| III desired effects is s short time than 11 | 11 any Restorative ever made, always 11 B 11| leaving the hair soft, lively and Mm I MI Mm. glossy, whether used ass Dressing upon the natural hair or upon the hair in an unheal toy condition: thus rendering it. for the Old and Young, an article of unequaled excellence. No preparation offered to the public produces such wonderful results. Try it! Try It!! Call for "Wood's Improved !" aa it contains n j injurious qualities. It was originally introduced 90 yean ago by Prof. O. J. I Wood, bat the recent change ot Ingredients in tills article Is 'making a demand for it in all parts of the United States, Canada* and foreign countries. ANNOUNCEMENT CONSUMERS! Tbegreat radical improvement .ctroducec. .a tnisartiele baa induced us to take the agency and advertise ita rlrtoea to the world. Ita effects aaa Restorative -re what has been long sought for anc wanted for msny years, being more decided^vw a ? and satisfactory than has ever be- 11 V lift fore bean attained. No Druggist A in the . world mows its oompo- U ait?n,ane.cannot make it; therefore |f when too caJ lor it, -Wood's Im- AM (h proved/' &o not let any unprinci- II J III pied deader convinoe roo that be fl hat a Restorative or Kenewer as | | good, or something similar, aa AMI la 11" there is none like it! Insist upon having *'Wood's Improved." ana tako no other, for your money! It will not be long be tors ail dealers everywhere will have It. If yon should fall to tind it, you can aend $1.00 tons by mail for a bottle, or $6.00 for six bottles, and we will send It to yon, prepaid, to any Express Station desired. Address C. A. COOK ? CO-, Ckicago, the Sole Agents for the United States andCanadsM, who will fill all orders and supply the Trade at Manufacturers' Prices, J. B. Kimball, Proprietor. iw Sold In New Yodcby J. F. Henry; Outran 9 Co.; Boston, Weeks 9 Potter; Philadelphia, Johnston, Hollowly 90a, and by Wholesale Druggists generally. j a a h o fc# j - J '