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? VOL. LXXXIV.--NO. 437 . PRICE 1 CENT. WILMINGTON, DEL., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 , 1874 . Ul.OCIiS, HA TU 11 US, SU. o. i. mrsH« HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED TO Tint Msiiili weit Corner of N«*vciill» mxl MsrkH Nl i I.AltOK '-.TOOK Ol'' Wn, tolles. Jewelry, | Siivev-ware, A Constantly Vf Repairing promptly ttonded to. npr20-ly a ^07 Market St 407 BFNJ. S. CLARK, sortmont of ,ii|.orior A full Clocks. Watches. Jewelrv and Spectacles. f nln at tho low; and personal ny article in t of Spectacles constant - b»r the Celehra marlb .'and inM y at*-:«, I'artienl i ; to Repairing ; bovo I tl A li ■l Iv <.n h in«! tacit'. ,.l Up tod Di tj ,V3'Q B* S'*?., ''i'M.M'KS fand Jx'.WHa.KY* At Ho. 15 Uant Fourth Street, WII.MINUTON. DEI... •T-TSRi--; dcruigned would re i.octiully call the attention t lad mm. i the I gentlemen to t of W fttch I »Mated W brae.>s the I , I his li o,. Clocks, .lew all ol wlii'Mi is •il V ire I y llo k'. I Ht y lei Atnoric ,r article, both in luG-.-l t ÎI 1*1 Le hi I alt on I ; tv . Wat ip . A good as; I li • ! aud d nil hand, at low »presente lock ; lit So: i: I. I v alwu>> I u> thini in I I d neully w respectfully solicited, M. AV 1*0N MASSEY. No. 15 E. Fourth street. f all kinds promptly H idy teriuv, >n i »ti .1 ooliHH PRESTO«! AYÛ.RS, Praclicai Watch Maker; ■ An-1 d mu er in I !• I NE AMERICAN AND ttWlïlS WATCHES I i'inri:-; IFWICLHY HFECTACLES, I * F g\ ASSF-à SI LV KKWAKE.&o., I EGl.AhSIVLMl.vr.ivwAur..« •• I .. . \ n ail iun paid t-» lep.urmg in a bunging Hpeeuiclo glas» sortuieut ol «lusses con v r ;>, El 404KinBSt.,WilQol. Particular alio ih brauche l I li ht .» nt ly tho public I cordially invited to call and y Htojk an t ie:» GEORGE JACK. M :l i Got WATCHES. J'îV/ÊlRY, AC.. RIJUURU El'- AM I ui...ity :tor. y sh Kit'd frame •icpjTly SPEtl f Ai'LF.'■ A EYE GLAS Vs-*\i)Lb. iLVKR AND it Ë 4 Wo •I • t ii P d< •h that la lie toil ut -It h l< t. ot. third h F I i. I ,11 II- 1. j AMES BRADFORD. i'AirVf'K, OILS, %ARNISIIKH, WINDOW GLASS. à and Calcined Plaster I Oornen ,, i. V |d redle.id,white zine.iron ' '! n . Vv . . g U lb (oed oil. hi» 1 V l„r I 'li ' »U lüni Vd. coal uil.'i'ihlen * Î ' i v triiidies, Enc'Lh v.jm^befl, ulco : , | |, t ,i5S. paint, mill«. I'ulnl* ready imIf'.I. :irü:an' î«» 1 « 1 "'*; "u'i.MbJ rof loroian I VlaiuoJ, ornamental alu! I alnrial, stencil | , I . »ioi*ab'< mosl.io p.l h dy ImiderH of difforent lnnsHi». I.in*e,i narlnttnlJ loaf, brunies, vonmllion», leokina ciasa i.latea. N li -Pnrtleular attentien nai.l to I.o.i.e | ,„J Ni.i,. |.aiutnm. mu eob YVillliig'Ac, ai»l o. S. MORGAN) Now ami Popular StylfiB of Dealer ii M[fS FURNISHING GOODS, aCTTO*f*Cal O'CJR EXCELSIOR SHI ARE MADE TO ORDER, I | |V Meoauro and a l'orloct FR guaran- l ! .? nuiy22-2iud I 1 C21 MARKET STREET, WltM.INHTON, DEI.. ti HOUSTON & PRIZER, dealers in TEAS. COFFEES, SUGAR. .A-XsTID SPICES. Japaneso No. 11 East Fourth Street, WILMINOTON. DHL B M'KUIAHTY : NBTMRHS. M l'KPPKK Cl.OVfit). ALLSllCh. FUFF AMON. MACK, fi\VKfc.T 4: 1 LAIN CHOCOLATB. . )une " "" t Chinese Curiosities, i UT. JOHH'S nOT^lj, 1 40A ItAKKKT XTBKXT, WILMINtlTUN. dkl. JAMUS McLANAN. r I! NO mar"0-tt FURNISH I Ml HOOHS. T If t-J ( 1 F.l .F. H It AT FT >3 PARAGON SHIRT PERFECT FITTING COMPORT, HARE,ELEGANCE, Made to Order & warranted a Ti'ne Fit. ■ Send for Self-Moisuroment Circular J. P. DOUGHTEN, INo. -410 Market. Htroet, Wilmington, Del. iavITIt WYATT & GARRETT'S PATENT Yoke-Shirt, I%0. ((Oil 11 ;ll' lid MlM'Ol, I, IM*I. WllmliiKli Now be Careful About how you buy your REFRIGERATOR, examine tho Don't buy any until yc ''RELIABLE.' I ti claim for it Is first, its perfect belter circnla se. It is What I dry ness; 2d, mo ..on, with less ice 1 1 liuud with Hard corrodo. Call and 1.1 ai any other i inc li K 1 it in operation at 40:t HIIIFLKY HTBK1UT U. MORRISON. may«» HOTELS. JEF «' EBSIMT IIO|i*E, ~ NSW VASTLK. l'SL. JOHN W. Git AY, Proprietor This large und beautifully situated house has beon put iu the vury best repair lor ■ reception of visitors.wüo I WUBSSSSmB^ will find at it nil the acconi I mndaU.m, ot n EIRSX-pl.ABS UOTEI.. It I commands a line view ot the Delaware Jay, I and is one of the most pleasant and de llght , ul plttC e* in tho State lor I or pio nies The horn i style, the bar fill«! with the chomeat wines. i | l(jUorH an ,j maltdrinks, and table supplied i ,^ e ^ubstantials and luxuries ot the I .. l)ir kct. Excursionisls can arrive by boat ail. I'arties who wish to g«» Asbinv idiug on the noble Delaware, odated with suitable bouts. The pat respecttufly solioued. J. W.U11AY. is kept in the bo* 1 he uocom ago uf the public jy22-tl WESTERN HOTEL, |N. W. Cor. 4th & Orange Streets 0. J. KYLE, Prop hi L Tho above fiouso has boon i>ut in Km«*-*) ouiuplote repair fur the reception of HgÜil Kuests. where they will receive nil the SHr 'Ji a.- Mumuottittionii uf a tinst-clat-s hotel. Bar li Hud with choicest wines, liquors,ciunrs. An., aii'l the table supplied with tho best the I market affords. Transient hoarders Good stabil I Iihcral sh> lully solicited. auff2d-tr I permanent inuiodatod al moderate rates, and attentive hostlers- A ont of public piUMI. NIiW IIIINUAIUAN (jiraMN 8eed At W. II. CHANDLER'S. (»11 Market Slrert t n.y 14 UNITED STATES HOTEL uicliÄ; VV nier Sits. T. 11. MERRITT, Proprietor. : N.VV.Cor. IV l will re.-aivo all tliu [ Urat-nlasH Iniiel. liar ui wines, jl itli tlio best tb Tho abovo hoiiso bus be I»» t in coinidnto 1 vueits. where they dut ions ol :i tilled with I ho choicest. hi id the t» bio NU|'i»liofl ket affordi>. y, A XT jy-ldly OTICB. BING lOTIfiL. 108 AND 110 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. John Meaiey has i»ut in two new CArom Billiard Tables at the ubovo address. Tho open at all time* for the um laudation of tho public, ian'il-ti " is JOHN ME A LEY. [Trussi, Brace Department H AVING a stock of Transe*. Itracon, Niip|>orf<ir*,ftiiN|M'iiMorleM and o h • oruiochiimcal appliances,unsurpassed in e: tent aud variety by that of lar establishment iu the country. UPWftrd80t Twenty Years' Experience I In applying them, we feel oonfideAl of l abimy to giveentiro aabsfaotion to all * I rouuiriph our aorviöes in this direction. OUR INSTRUMENTS nl with the.se Are constructed in the best mannor.oftho best materials, and of vnrioussi oases from the smallest iuiant to the lanrest adult. Wo have A PKIVATM ROOM to suit all For thoir adjustment, while our pricos moderato and lUjHortment, aa | £ I K. BKINdllUKST *00.. Ai.othecarics. N. W oorn.r Stub and Miirkot .tre.W, I w.inun.n.n. D.t so varied, by our to suit tho rockets ull classes Hundreds of persons x after tryiug tho larger citiofi, havo expressed 1^. their «ratification of tho P4 facility and eoo with which they have hoeu nui toil at hshinout. SS,«» >J l.'"t I w estab I F YOU WANT A FINK IMPORTED Gorman Singing Canary Bird, go to W. N.CHANDLER'S. Oil Market ÆJm street, and buy one. Just in. direct trom Europe, a large invoice ot Sicily#^ /W Canary, iiemp and Rape Seed, which we ar selling very low. W- N. CHANDLER. fill Market sfreet. ,v li ir A O I I 'll T 181 MEXTS. of of is POSTPONEMENT I FIFTH ANO LAST CONCERT IN AID or TUP. mil) UllllAliV (IF XV. day fixed. 4 N 0 A A Fir 1.1. ORAWIIVC« ASSURED i I LAST CHANCE : OB AN EASY FORTUNE: 1 A postponement of Mio V iflh Concert of the Public Library ot Kentucky him been so gen erally anticipate.!, an.I is so manifestly tor tho interest of all concerned. that it must meet tho approval ot all. Tho day is now absolutely fixed and thero will ho no varia tion from the programme now announced. A f.ufticiout. number of tickets had been so <1 to o enabled us to have had a large drawing tho dlst July.but n short postponement coo.siilorc.l preferable to a partial draw bet it bo borne in mind that I'll«- l illli Ciitt Concert ing. IS TI1K T.ART WHICH WII.l. EVKll r.E Il I Y ION UNDER THU Cl.ARTUR AND UY THE PRESENT MANAG EM ENT. Tl.iit R will .ifnitivoly aril liiko .ilnco uh announce! I ui vocally On Monday,siOUi November, be*» the country that the music will ho t' affords and that 90.000 CASH GIFTS. CGRKQAT1K0 $ 2 , 500 , 000 ! ong the tickot will be distributed by lot a holders. LIST 03?' GIFTS: $250,000 ONE (ill AN DO ASH GIFT. ON Ed RAND CASH GIFT ON Ed RAND CASH GIFT ON Ed RAND CASH G I FT. UNEGRANDOASH GIFT 5 CASH GIFTS *"».nuo io CASH GIFTS 14.000 each. 15 0 AS 11 G IFTS 1 U.00( I ouch.. 2" CASH GIFTS 6.INH) each.. 4.IHH) each.. 100,000 75,000 ,000 ... 25,000 ... 100,000 ... 140,000 each 150,000 100.000 100.000 00.000 100,000 100,000 120,000 50.000 .CASH GIFTS ooo each :t0CASH GIFTS f.nCASH GIFTS 100 CASH GIFTS 210 CASH GIFTS 100 CASH G I FTS V.1.000 CASH GIFTS Grund Total 20 000 Gifts, all hi«Ii. PRICE OF TICK era WHOLE TICKETS.-. HALVES.. ih I ] ,00'« each ; pm ell 1 I ih 95O.OU0 •h ..u ■U0.01X) $ f o oo uo ih Coup I l W 110LE.TICKETE t\ 22 \ 'i TICKETS for. ishing to TENTHS. . GUO oo .1.000 HO slioiitd order promptly, either of tr.o hoiue liicj o cal Agents. Liberal no idftctory agonis. Circulais ewntaining full parhcul: ntshed on application. l*4T. lo in nr, will be allowed tora*. fur THOS. ii. BItAMOETTE, aiul Mu nag*»', Puhlio Library lluildimr. Louisvillo. Ky..or TIiom, II. Iluyoa &• Co.,V y. Ne A ger.t Sy Turk. (HMI ItlOIKl PEACHES! T. N. SNOW & CO, .1 D.ulrrs in nil Morclinntt C< COUNTRY PRODUCE to tho oale o uns. l'J (' allnnti«i Ori'T'articuh PRADIIK8, d Quick R -ri-lal Mr '.I, ItOMtO >OUDENTOWN (N. .1 ) FEMALE COL utxh in-traction. Health f the P LEGE. Tl I hoautiful location. Un !St tl I pled aud best siHlaii at«. For terms, etc., nddrejs BRAK EliEY. Ph. I», iond uti the S Rev. J Ol! IN II. $5420:.r ,ayal h Maine. . Ad itinson A Co., Portland . To A l» V I.KTINK.IIS send 2'» ctrt. to (Jko. I». Rou ki.i. A Co . 41 Park Row,N.Y.,for their I 1 .lull'll jingo /'owjthlct, show ihr cost of ml A nt,' 11 -2tawl Jam. E. Mcüaktniîy, Lato of Macn Danibi. Kknnt.y. Lato of Philad'a, Uilniin^bm U;ilialst<*ry, « lii III 4 R ii KT STII10 ET, mccahtnby & kennet, General Upholsters. Tho undoraiKnoil Ih*r leave to inform thoir friends and tho i>uhih) Konorally, that they havo comuioacou tho II|»hoL:eiing buf-iness •hon at dû Mar^ket street. Fu.uilure (Jphpbtured with best ina l Oil Cloths tniide and in all its hr: Fi torial Carpets, Mattings : laid. Slit» Covors for F Window Shade* i d workmanship. d Decoration*. I Husk MattreiuicR f»i»ring, Ualr N. 1».— Plans of Hall a»id uont ot up the muko rooms tree of charge when goods. Ordors by mail solicited. PLEASE RECOLLECT That yoUjWill find BLANK BOOKS. WRITING PAPERS. FANCY PAPERS. ENVELOPES INITIAL PAPERS. SLATE PENCILS, LEAD PENCILS. STEEL PENS, SCHOOL SLATES. Ml) Cl LEGE, INK. PENHOLDEl ?. Pookot Knives. Wallets, TmvolirtK Bags and Satchels, F d all olhor kinds of Stationery at urticlesiu «rent variety E. S. 11. BUTLER'S 44Ü Market SI reef. iyi R.CrBOVES&CO., Commission Merchants. 305 KZX3STG- STREET. Wilmington, Dkl., Déniera in Fish, Fruit Country 1'roduce. Consignments solicited pt returns. d all kinds of. V C2 ; (w3ui P RIVY WELLS CLEANED BY THE UDOIILESSIcsh Excavating Co. Orders lull with tho Secretary of tho Board of Health at tho City Hull unit it fur'her notice), wil bel promptly attended to (UeblSgtfl in to i. FALL FASHIONS, I tar pry's linear, foreshadows what some of the fashions are likely to be the com ing fall. It says : An early importât' of bonnets from tho best Parisian millin ers indicate what the fashions of the next season will bo. Tho shapes are large,with high, soft, l)OXplaited crowns and flaring brims turned up directly in front; and aro very compact looking, without strings or steamers. A similar shape of smaller size is in vogue at present, and is found to bo the; most dressy and becoming of the many styles introduced in the spring.. Tho ma terials used are velvet gros grain and sa tin. An especial effort will be made to re store satin to favor. At least two fabrics appear in each bonnet, as satin or gros grain for crown and for facing brims, or for piping folds, with velvet for head or front piece and as upright loops or trim There is also much wide double ming. faced ribbon that is satin on tho side and gros grain on tho reverse; this is twined as a scarf around the crown and fastened behind without a bow, but with two short short, straight, even ends raveled out to form fringe an inch deep. Sometimes it is plaited and folded over the frame to form the entire crown. The winter colors will be of the darkest possible shades, just oft* black. Those of which French milliners are most hopoftil are mouse colors, blue steel, nut brown that is almost block, navy blue, violet, olive, the dark claret shade, known as lit f « le lionlepux, and invisible green. Sometimes the shade of tw o or three ma terials is seen in one liât ; in others are 3 shades of one color, the lightest 1 »eing associated with tin; darkest, as llesh-color with nut-brown, The greatest number of bonnets, however, have differ ent colora oddly blended, and it will be in forming novel and beautiful combinations of colors, such as the palest pearl gros grain with cypress green velvet, or amber satin with mouse colored velvet,that mil liners will exercise their taste and ingen uity. 1 mported black velvet bonnets lighted up with facings and piping of rose blue or porcelain satin. The latter are very handsome*, but all black bonnets, with merely relief of flowers or feathers have been uiore popular here in past xf.ro sons. Of tho summer dresses now being worn tho same journal says : As tho summer attains its greatest heat something of its deep tints appears in tho costumes worn at Saratoga and by tho seaside. There aro vivid carmine roses, tho deep ponceau red of poppies and fuchsias, and double scarlet gerani ums for Moral garniture; while toilets of most delicate tints now have belts, bows, and oven "bracelets'' of ribbon of dark est ponceau, or the still deeper hue call ed black hue. It may be only a bird's wing or its breast plumage, a tuft of game feather, or perhaps a single crim son rose, but somewhere In the toilet some touch of brilliant color maiks the change between tho pale monotone dress es of early spriug and those of tho now waning summer. Among such gay toil ets is a "Casino'' costume, with black silk skirt and long simple over dress of black Mexican, trimmed with jabot aud mille of Valenciennes lace, headed by clusters of scarlet poppies and ripe white wheat lied with cordons of blue ribbon. The Charles 1. Leghorn flat witli wide dented brim lias a black velvet band, witli shells of Vulenoieuues lace holding popples of wheat. Another Frenchy dress for dinner and afternoon is of tirai) Chamberry gau/.o, satin striped, with liounced skirt and polonaise, trimmed itli long looped bows of carmine rib bon down tne front, loops and ends on each shoulder, with half bretelle and sash bows behind, and a bracelet of the ribbon tied around each sleeve between elbow and wrist, and fastened by a co quettish bow. A third dress worn at the seaside has a skirt of pervenche Bilk, trimmed with shirred flounces,worn with basque; deep apron of ecru chali, edged witli yak laco and insertion of the same shade and ornamented with velvet rll) lion of the color of the skirt. The FonECLoauitE Suit Aoainst tue Nohthkhn Pacific Raii.hoad.—E lijah Myera, holder of $15,000 of Urn original issue of t.lio scven-tlilrty imnils of tho Northern Pacific Railroad, has brought snlt to forclose tho mortgage. Tho de fendants aro tho Railroad Company, and .lay Cooke and Win. H. Ogdon, tho trus tees or tho mortgage. Tho plaintiff al leges that under the trust deed they are required in default of payment of inter est, to notify tho company and then en ter on Uio lauds, and after six weeks' notice (sell the lands for tho benefit of tho bondholders: that default has been made in tho last January and July in terests, but that tho trnsieos have not acted under the deed- llo further al leges that some time ago the directors re solved I« issue no more seven thirty bonds under tills mortgage, nor any bonds healing any higher Interest than six per cent., hut that since thero have been Issued more seven-thirty bonus and Ihe issue of still more Is Imminent, lie claims that all such bonds are not protected by the mortgage. He further alleges that the lauds are liable to taxes which tins corporation cannot pay,thus endangering the whole securily. lie asks an order tliat the trustees go on and takn tho proper steps to possess them selves of uud sell tlie lands for the bene fit of tho holders of the seven-tldrty bonds issued Indore 1874 only, thnt Ilie present trustees be removed, and the company restrained from issuing any further (seven-thirty bonds.— Journal uf Commerce. of ! ( a a of American Female artists in Paris, —Tho art colony iu Paris presents many phases of iutorcsl, and none more interesting than that of tho large number of Auiorican ladies who nro studying under the leading laiutois' Mis. Morrell, of Boston ; Miss pkins, of Washington ; Miss Stevenson Cassett Miss Kate Cameron, of Chicago ; Miss Sattaine, of Philadelphia; Miss Cor bett, of Boston, aud Miss Gardner, of New liiimi shire, who have rnudo great progress In their art, and who in time may be depended upon to pursue their profission with bucochs and usefulness at home. Miss Clementina Tompkins, ol| Washing Ion,',is one of the most promising American art students in Pans. Though quite young her hand seems thor oughly trained in drawing, and a painted study of nn Lilian musician which she exhibited in the salon this year attracted much attention from itsllrm touch und its solid covering. 8ho is a pupil of Bonnal, aud nn enthusiastic admirer of his realistic talent. S some of the lady painters The Conservative Convention of Lou isiana has adopted the name uf the"Peo ples Party." lie ss le 's Test I mon t/. CniCAoo, III., Au,;. 20.—'The Tribune pub lishes the following in regard to tho testi mony of Bessie, Tilton's ndoptod child : Of all Uio remarkable developments which camo to light in the Beecher scandal, none more extraordinary, more comical, more inconceivable, and mom astonishing than the cosy picture of Susan 11. Anthony in Theodore Tilton's lap, which Bosnie draws in her testimony before, the Investigating Committee. Itisono of those statements which makes question liiR own reputation, ns he meditates this tender and touching eposido of winter lingering in the lap of spring. It undermines nil one's faith in womanhood, if .Susan lias yielded to the tempter, dallied with his llaxeu locks, gazed into Ills blue eyes, und listened to his honied words, then truly, after Susan comes the deluge. Who is safe? What woman iu all this broad world would be a better wo muu should all womankind get themselves to a nunnery by the first train, double lock the doors, and Bpeud the remainder ot their days iu severest penance. If this vencrublo maid lias loaned her charms to mortal man and yielded to the Tiltouic irscluation; ii she, too, has plucked the apple and eaten at the bidding of the handsome serpent, then is all the fruit iu Eden gone, and the trail ot the serpent is over it all. if this old and mas sive stronghold, this Feste Berg of the femi ninity, has yielded to the enemy, then what hope is there for the remaining frail tene i. ents? We suppose we ought to believo this story, for it is one of Botcher's witness es who says so.|lt is testimony for Beech er, testimony for Plymouth Church, tes timony sought cut by Mr. Beecher's Investigating Committee, testimony to help establish the reputation of the great pastor, but we cannot help asking: Can it be true? Susan, from her earliest days down to her ripe old age, has been the determined, inveterate, uncompro mising foe of mam There are others who liavo fought man bravely, and yet have been linked to man by wedlock She has practiced what she has preached She has never promised any son of man to love, honor and obey him. There has been no nonsense of wedding ring, of Cupid or of Hymen about her. Mo one can point io a boiled shirt or a broiled steak a9 an evidence that she has been iu vasalge to man. She boldly proclaim ed him the Tyrant at the outset, and all her life she has fought him tool I; and nail, showing that there were blows to glye as well as to take. Never yet has man been found foolhardy enough to stand up before her, when she prepared herself to go upon the war path and sounded her cry of vengeance. Not ev en the solid prison walls or decrees of courts have been ablo io restrain her from lier purposes. IIow, then, can we believe that this Amazon of the female army, tills rock and buttress of the rights of woman, this well- toughened and sea soned oak of female freedom, tills reso lute and life-long victim of anthropo nuinia, lias in an unguarded moment, in the dead waste of night, sunk all her an ti pathies and her ancient hatreds.thrown all her prejudices to the winds, sweetly nestled iu ilie lap of Theodore, ami like a tender dove, plaintively ciliation? "Can such things be und come us like a Summer cloud without our special wondei?" Susan B. Anthony in a man's lap! In Tilton's lay! Oil any pair of masculine knees beneath lue su:i! ! ! Susan B. Anthony yielding to the tender passion! Susau B. Anthony lighting the torch of lovo witli suehscaut stock of oil!! Susan B. Antli-. Jt is too much. Wo cannot und will uotbe lieve it. be all by to is an of m lu doubt his owu identity, Bimity, and tremble for bis of cooed a reco T Senator Cameron.—I t ia rumored m Harrirtburg that Hon. Simon Cameron has become weary of the weight of hi* i, and desires to transmit u*nat< trial t arkable garincnt to his f Bon .hat re I But aa William lVnn did not. ongratt primogenitur»*, or anyt hing of that sort., pen the old Commonwealth, it may lie that the people will not obey the venera hie Mr. Cameron's Lohest in this partie r, lie has heretofore) up II. ul ! »me very deft saved to ht •rsuading the SolonR of the l'ennsylva ma Legislature; and if he has propose»» to himself tin* foregoing project lie will probably resolve himself into a commit tee of ways, and find the means to do it ays o i i I South Carolina.— 1 The Charleston, S. C., Courier of the 22d instant says: the lirat time since the war, the South Carolina tax-payers have, in the tax unions, the nucleus of a vigorous and compact organization, which will lastire of the tax-paying strength I tot lm of the State, and enable that strength t< Ih) effectively exert*»d for the securing <» taxation and an honest administra tion of the public funds. Already ono hundred and eighty-ono subordinate tax it h niuo : ! formed, ions have lieon ounty unions. The Sumner Memorial.— 1 The Sumner lered to lie print«*d memorial volu l>y Congress lias just been issued fif»m tl ( io vernimmt Printing Office. It contains a report of the ceremonies in the Senate attending the funeral services of Mr. Sumner and the his life delivered in both houses. It 112 pa; Mr. Sumner, bureau of engraving and printing. rial addn Ml and lias a fine steel portrait rh ich was executed at the The Philadelphia Boy Kidnapping Cahe.—T here in nothing taking place in reference to the Ross case at present ex cept the mailing of a postal card to tho postmasters ana others, having upon it a likeness of the stolen boy, and an ?.n nouncement of a reward «»f $20,0(10 for his recovery, with also a full description of the child. Income Tax Suits.—S uits liavo lieon commenced in the United States Dist rict Court. Ly the United States against. Phil ip, Isaac und Sigmund J. Soiigumnd, to recover alxmt $50,000 income taxes, al leged to have been withheld by the de fendants in violation of law, during the yearn from 1805 to 1871 inclusive. The "English Manufacturing Compa ny," organized under the laws of South Carolina, has purchased a valuable tract in that State, upon which is abundant water power, and witli a capital stock of £100,000 gold, paid in and unassossable, will go to work at once to put up cotton mi Us of large capacity. Flour will extinguish the flames of burning coil oil, according to somebody in Wisconsin. As soon as it becomes general ly understood that coal oil is dangerous, this discovery may prove of great aeryiçc* Student Servants, Ono of the mo.it Interesting novellier, to be observed at the White Mountains is the practico lately introduced of employing students and leachois, male and female, us servants at tho Rummer hotels hi thus? romantic reg period of vacation for literary seminaries of all otafnea, and many of tltoBo released In their hooks on the ho occasions, in Now Bug land, lind profitable situations, ngrocablc re creation, and a good opportuniry to observe und. study "the natural man und woman" by occupying positions This is wise and com monda bio. They are deterred by no falsa prido from availing themselves ol so advantageous to earn mouey, rocuporato their energies and increase their worldly knowledge. The manner in which they discharge their duties, their politeness, assiduity and intelligence, is ono ol the promiuout attractions ol tho mountain houses, and one cannot receive attention at their willing hands without appreciating the laudable motives which inspires them In accepting labor that iuferior natures would spurn os beneath them. There young sekolais exult iu doing whatever is proper to enable them to acquire an education that shall wake them the pool s of the highest among thoir countrymen, ami open to them a path to the loftiest eminence m literary, scientific and political life. At the (iieu House are some twenty-live undergraduates from Bates College,in Maine, the institution so generously endowed by our liberal and greatly esteemed fellow citizen, whose honored name it bears. Among them aro youths of tho brightest intellects in tho country. They sons of farmers aud pecuniary îosources, who aro resolved to acquire lions, lu winter for eight or ten weeks they fre quently teach in villago schools; in haying they lend a hand to "tho old folk:." ut ;k more remunerative occupa . The "hot season" is the table-waiters'. opening ; mostly chauics, with small education by their without embarrassing their friends cxoi Lime home, or lion. Thus they toil their way througl college by personal effort, with and Hide pendent spirit that generates self-rcl ami contidenco, and diseipliuea mind body for rough but Buccesslul contest with tho world. A gentleman observing these "waiters" nt their base ball game in Iront of (Hen House, niter nervier, remarked tout ol the guest« who rocoivo their col will ut foe ami steaks from those young apply to them as futuro Govornor clout for appointment, and claim favorable considération from tho lucl that when they left tho hotel, many years bo loro, they gave dollar or two."— Boston Fast. the 'waiter' Female Physicians.—F emale physician;, aro Haul to bo increasing in popularity in England, The Saturday Itovicw usBurUsi dial women do not wish to be attended by women ; but tins In testimony to tho contrary, practitioner writes Jto I lie London Times that the women oi the lower classas overwhelmingly in favor of phydeiann oi their own s^x, allhough tho upper and middle class « still distrust them, t ho letter Hays thaï "iu tho ouly hospital in London where women can bo attended by female physicians tho hillux of patients iu so great thal to prevent tho work boni becoming overwhelming to the stall called forth strong A medical altogether t< and resource s ol tho hcnpitul" tho building; havu been enlarged and the fees forntiei liave boon increosod. The medi profession is peculiar aptitud ), Jler opporlnnitit « for studying :d and favorod instead ! : for winch women m certain branch it toast. ought to bo inci dtscouraged. 1- ---- skillfully Heated by women as l»y men, there aro many uml ims'stlble renajiu; foi giving the preference to tho former. 1 If sick women Uahnum b IIirroDUOMK opened in I'liil adelpliia, un Tuesday eveninn, to an andieneo that would till to ovei llowine two or three ordinary theatres. A I ter an overture by JSarnum's orchestra, the p>reat Oonuress of Nations was oxhihited enihrneiii); Cireat Britain, France, Kemr, Uennany, Turkey, Udy, Egypt,Ireland, Spain China, India and America. The chief features In the procession were the ear containing her most gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria, and attend ants, surrounded hv Ihn various mon archs proceeding her reign; his imperial Majesty Napoleon Bonaparte, upon a handsome steed, attended by the Mai •dials of France; a huge car iu which Pope Pius the Ninth, escorted by Cardi nais. Archbishops, Bishops, and Censors bearing tlio crosiers and Danners of Si Peter; a car containing Emperor Wil liant, of Gorniany; tho Harem Chariot of Turkey; aud after tho sections of Italy. Egypi, Russia. Ireland,Spain, China ami India, last hut not least, fl'eo America, which was represented by a .. car surmounted by the stars and stripes, and containing tho Goddess of ldbcity George Washington, and tho heroes ol Ihe Revolution. As tho American Hag moved out into tho arena, aud the or elicstra rendered tiro appropriate nation al airs, Urn cheers that went up from the thousands present were deafening, and silence was not restored until the na geant disappeared entirely from view . The congress of nations was followed by thc Japanese ladder balancing act, and other feats by Batsuma and Unie All Right. Then tho excitement lregan,when Messrs. Stevens, North, and Hoyle enter ed for a Roman standing race on two horses. certainly the most exciting ever present edtoa Philadelphia audience, and at the same tho most amusing, was continued as follows: Madame Pompadour's Carriage In Ceil Flat Race of Five ladies on English Thorough-breds. Gymnastic Act. Roman Chariot Race by Two ladides Pony Race. Elephant and Camel Race. Uaco with English ami American Jock cys. Monkey Race. Alad'lle Victoria on a High Wire. Hurdle Race by Four Radios. Twenty-one lloreses at IJbcrty.repre sonting tho Corso at Rome during Car nival. Tlio programme, wliicii wan Leaving a Sinking Shit.—T ho lUillofonc (Fa.) Watchman, published ul. the home of c.x-Uoverucr Andrew U. Curtin, nays ; "Wo are not specially autlionzod to speak for him, but ihe country may take our word for It that Cover longer acting with tho Republican or R ub cal party, nor has lie fora longtime, lie assured, Démocratie and Conservative while citizens ot l'enusylvania, that wo shall haw the a88i8tanoo aud best wishes ot Andrew C Curtin for Democratic success this fall, is with ua lioart and soul, ami though we have not heard him so state, wo belle his eloquent words will be beard for nr upo the stump." Curlin is not ■ of llo •lb: