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W'’“j iijr ctncrta. ElUrer tire Nlcormnia ttr l .Pl'toVC.l lljr 1.8M..C0M.1N-, l °“ hi our tre*J, or tin- Trlnmtilu> ironM'i"'" t* <0 that rirearon, wblcli w«s tclcncil, It l« tin ,„lC|* bccflUHQ Wr«n bncl tlm cxclu -10 construct a cniul Ihrounh till* Itr cl«r*“ >tjn j oJ ,, Mt rlittit UyttlrUre at a r'cf.r-. n , m ,1m Colomblsn Oovcrmucnl. t®*’ 1 ' monoiioty, bo will bo nblo If lire canal H |T n" toilietato terms to Ibo Cninpiuiy. Ills “ w 1 rmuravtatcß lona tuimuls, ami a canal « S! “ I# ' l” vt | all lire way. M. IJa I.essbi's, formally gW°n tbc great wcmbl ol hla .ml tollucnca to tills enterprise, Is sup ,“ kno » very little personally about tire JJjuot Uieweatlun. nii Sew Vovk 2Vm« directs attention to the Vtbatsn« ml)Cr ot original Abolitionists of * ct ' ur age limn William Lloyd Oaiiiu* 1 vbo was 73 when ho died, survive blrn. William H. Furness, of Philadelphia, Is .id bis 78tb year, Lucuam Mott in her JV dtvrH R. Stowe, 77; Lydia Maria Stloj orer 77; Ralph Waldo Kherson, L itV Besides these, there ore Dr. Curevbu, Wtn Johnson, Wendell Piulups, Sam \ Mat. Henry B. Stanton, Harriet Sii-HSU Stowb, Drs. Chapin and Bellows, p isin PiwntmT, and Htbpuun Foster, all **.. KC )| advanced In years. It is evident [J. Abolitionism, or the plain living and think- M«blchu»uolly accompanied the advocacy of J c*use, promoted longevity In an unusual fte Faculty of Williams College, which of ms rears have taken especial pride In nagging VballylHK 1,10 students of that once happy aIW have now ordered the young met) to do- Jrtfrom ball-playing. This is an odious os- Htuptlon of authority over matters that do not Lao the Faculty, uml the young men arc do yTqolie right to resist It. U it should happen that Tins Tninusa should u io aeiortuuute as to’nave any serious libel islli during the next six years, It Is posslblo ttitUtnayask a change of renuo on account d [tejudice on the part of the Court, lu cuso lie Court should ho Judge McAllister. U rarely Is time that something was heard j Nm ||, e liar Association. That noble and once uvud organization would do a good service by precisely how the ‘‘culture’* of tho Birgotlu Its work during tho last campaign. the recent lecture In Boston of cx-Becrctary Brea McCulloch on "81-metallsm” has i«aproduced by the '* Honest-Money League” cittlicUyasonoof the Society's publications. Ur. lUutkau has dissolved as a linn and or* twiwxlM a corporation. In honor of the now &tbllio LclMiamllc of Uic Commercial olllco Is jiduo In * white kid-glove. ffs rejoice to say that nil Uic lawyers In Chi* ojoctn’t bo Judges at the same time, though iMf may all try to be. PERSONALS. Hr. Ilnycfl’ vetoes appear to Improve with The recant weather is rather premature f.uext winter. Alice Oates is to marry again. Sing hey th curry maiden i Ike little boys nro polishing up their skates f;r(be Fourth of July. Ut .Etna may hereby consider itself on pftd for our Fourth of Jnly. Mr. Sherman is hoard to remark, 44 1 rather Ut turning for Governor by proxy.” ' The beautiful Arabian horses presented Jo Ctn. Grant have arrived in this country. Vie believe 'that Mr. • Anson will carry Holrlilaiul, though thtfWo may bo close. Won’t John Sherman bo kind enough to repair David Doris’ fence, as well as bis ownT Ii h possible that hwl Exen Fernandy Wood Is dispustcd. with lu ' ‘‘Reform is noccßsary, but Mr. Hendricks Injolletbo reverse,"observes tho slalcsDiaa of tnaercy Park, Tbs healths drank (o Tom Mooro appear b bix« bad no effect. Mr. Moore, wo suppose, »u too far gone. Tho New York Jlerald doesn’t like it bo nne tb# Ohio Governorship, like everything else, pu to an Ohio man. Speaking qf State-rights, Massachusetts tabus that (bo vllo conduct of tho Chicaeou con mefsaertbat there arc none. , Ur. Boeeber'a trip to Canada has caused hKjamloa to bo raised as to whether ho orUou. tnat la the man on horseback. • The heavy hitters of tho Chicago Base- Hill Club are at a disadvantage In Rhode Island, bn of the state only counts two bases. hknund Tales soya that men falsify jusl o loach eg women, amf this assertion ou Ibo part w Mr. Yates will go coward proving It. “Uriels" Pomeroy is going to remain in bCrone, and perhaps there will bo another Oko wSouUHrn Male* Blurted in that city. a singular disregard for his personal •My, the editor of tho fit. Louis Ulobe-Democrat njitUt the fool-killer Is painfully Inefficient. An exchange says that tho Misoouri logls liWt gets a dollar a day. —from which wo Infer tbal Rill keep up at War prices In that State, if this should suddenly ccnso to bo a nation J*o«flno morning, John Sherman would weep htuily because he didn't go in for a Governorship. k Is rumored that Mr. Uayos desires a taoiiil terra, aim perhaps’what looks like the »rman boom In Ohio is a Hoyes boom iu dls- Pile. Mr. Tohnngo is on his way to Europe, anil .* Dl Whlstlena for alight between him ami Mr. m u*jm axe consequently temporarily post- lam not surprised to hear that Mt. JElna tuk C ? ' t>oßt, • J shouldn't bo surprised to see Monument tumble over.—Harry Kearney found some good in New York, ..J 111 '" «sys the Now York Herald, ItVu, lu uTl that Mr. Kearney very much but u doesn't appear that ho got any of It. Im BfpWM suy« Mr. Kloofc, of f* 10 was married the other day, has a * g atd#y ° ° f bo,lu * sraudfathcr’s Institution Is”*’ Poiuo, of Harvard, who Is boat l, * lO Ike seneral public by his Centennial fc|| fur Whittier's words, but whom h IRI know os a most scholarly composer, has j to produce his now sytuphouy ut Greenlief, of Norway, Mo,, ninco V, Bible through thirty-nine times, l hUieKV hrouilh onc * ,n days, and •***• Jl, V,® 0 R becomes more Interesting lo him. 1 10 aM ,node b but Is .now a who saw tho nbooSlng of tithe Tox ” *h)W months ogo, will f %L Bho la ,H tt condition of noxrous h-Dsi* * brother and other relatives would ij/ 1 00 toc »o» to defeat Justice. Uq Examiner of May 10 announces l, filais*r n? Mo tbarc h yesterday at the King of Vb,u w In Llnculn’s Inn Fields. Mr, *U«gniV» , 1,0 Tomombored, has just filed a tttioa. wl. . ruotcjr » the law coats in the recent T . ” al# tlervs. Buskin, having swamped him. tirji * , v. Henry Ward Beecher, whllo re- Moalrofll with the Thirteenth Reel- Rontt. » tbo t>oys a number of eutortalulug V 4 h 0,., o . D *f o| hers he related that while at a t 1 ™ irlends bo resoled them with hit orr^ me i^,D,' triUch so pleased all three that ,f| *cbco»* ' iicm al every motl. At last their «U Qiinn. er aga ed them 11 they knew bow much ct ßti?e. SU(1 * nu snswerud In the hvk »», ,w rrlßcd lbem ,h 0 stsiomeot that the **i 1 out °f season, sad that (he spool wcra ffow a “warm-house,” .w,, e ' They ate no more, but their bill al- Ul >tcd to SIBO lo about tweoty-foar V.— THU CYCLONE. Forty-five People Killed and Seventy Seriously In- jured. Ivcryililnpr In llio Trnclc of tbo Tornado Utterly I>o slroyctl. Even the Farmers* Tools and Implements Taken from* Thom. Urgent Mttdfl for Aid by Visiting Committees. Br. Louts, June 2.—A Ht. Joseph, Mo., dis patch soys: A dispatch from Irving, Kas., dated June 1, ftJin p. m., reports thirty deaths certain, and fifty-three people badly Injured In the re cent cyclone. The people want money to gel necessaries which arc at hand. Ten were buried to-day. From fifty to sixty families at Frank fort, Kbs., are homeless, and destitute of* cloth ing, provisions, and forming Implements. Citi zens of that place have donated S7OO. Mora old is needed. A dispatch from Sabc.tha, June 2, 7:M a. m., soys; Seventy-five to 100 persons aro destitute of everything. In the vicinity of Beattie bed ding and clothing Is In great demand. An Atchison (Kas.) dispatch says*. Tlio com mittee of surgeons and citizens sent to Irving, Kas., Saturday, returned to-day. They report the dead all hurled and the wounded tenderly cared fop. A Relief Committee has been organ ized at Irving and Frankfort, and aro doing ev erything In their power to provide for tbo neces sities of the sufferers. killed. Following is the list of killed at or near Irv ur: Mrs. Susan G. Buckmastcr, aged 03. Elizabeth Buckmostor, U. Alice duckmnslcr, 0. Laura E. Buckmastcr, G. ColcsllA Buckmastcr, 3. Clinton Keeney, 09. John Keeney, -19. Mrs. Flora Keeney, wife of John, 49. Mrs. W. J. Williams, 42. Mrs. Emma Sheldon, 33. Fannie Swacho, age unknown. Mm. Prowark, 00. Mrs. George Martin, 05. WOUNDED. The following Is a list of thoso wounded ot Irving: 8. W. AleAHlkcr, scalp wound and severe con tusion of back. jjenjamin Foster, scalp wounds and con tusions. Nellie Weeks, skull fractured; will probably die. Mrs. Fannie Sabin, severe contusions of back ami concussion of brain. Jacob Sabin, double fracturcof rlghthumcrus, fracture of right fore nrm, left shoulder dis located, ami right leg fractured. Willis Sabin (child), Etta Dates, Homer and Sidney Dates (children of Jesse Dates), Nathan Keeney, Lea Hunt, Mrs. Lea Hunt, Fay, Della, and Dnby Hunt (chlldreu); Nellie Sheldon, Ebcr Sheldon, Jesse Gallop (child), Mrs. J. V. Gallop. Charley Gallop (child), John V. Gallop. George Martin* (child), Mrs. J. W. Grinin, Miss Jennie Suvdcr, Airs. Ed E. Snyder, 11. N. Fosgato, Frank Sea ton, Peter Diiekniastcr, Clarence Duckmostor (child), Jones ami Mark Keeney. HEAR FRANKFORT. Following Is a list of those killed In the vicin ity of Frankfort: James Dowds and wife, John Ilowe, Mr* Groves, Henry Jonuson, Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Van Hull, Thomas Trospcr. The following are wounded In the vicinity of Frankfort: -s'rM- ft ..... Mrs. Groves, severely. John Vaughan, severely. Mrs. Fox, severely Benjamin Fox (a boy), severely. Robert Llugles, dangerously. Mr. button, severely. Joshua Howe, badly. James Vaughan, severely. Henry Ctusar, wife, and child, severely. John Osborn, severely. Child of Mrs. Morllls, severely. David Webb, dangerously, Tide makes a total of twcuty killed and forty eight severely wounded at or near tho two places. FIFTEEN ARE REPORTED KIU.ED and many wounded in the vlcldily of Ddphos, Ottawa County, and several casualties are re ported In other parts of tho country traversed by tho storm. It Is therefore certain that no less than forty have been killed and seventy to eighty wounded, all the latter very severely. THE DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY will foot up very largo, but no reliable estimates can be formed of tho omouut. Hundreds of houses havo been destroyed, and crops lu tho path of the cyclone are utterly destroyed. The track of tho cyclone varies from three fourths of a mile to a mils in width at Intervals, as It occasionally left the ground for a short dis tance und again descended. Wherever it touched tho ground It swept everything clean of houses, trees, and crops. Where It crossed tho Blue River it lifted every drop of water In Recourse, and lu passing over u well (a Irving It scooped It dry. AID CAT,LED FOR. Tho Committees from this city and St. Joe hold a meeting at Irving, and Issued tho fol lowing address; JnviNo, Kan., June 2.—At a mooting of tho Relief Committees of the Cities of tit. Joseph, Mo., and Atchison, Kos., hold at this placo to day, It was decided to jointly present to tho charitably-disposed persons of neighboring and other localities that, having come to this place and mado a thorough examination, wo And the destruction of life and property occasioned by the tornado of the UOth ult, unprecedented in the history of our tiialoi that many of the in*, habitants of tho territory visited ore left entire ly destitute of house, clothing, food, ami farming implements, and that unless Immediate and substantial relief is afforded great suffering must onsuo. To the accomplishment of lids end wo propose to ex ercise the discretion accorded us by our locali ties respectively; and, In addition to the ns ■sistanco already furnished, hereby authorize tho Relief Committee ot Irving to draw at sight on the Horn J. C. Tomlinson, Chairman of the Re lief Committee of Alctiisan, for tho sum of SSOO, amt on tho lion. 8. J. Smith, Chairman of tho Relict Committee of St. Joseph, for a like sum ($500), such moneys to bo used bv said Relief Committee of Irving as in their judgment may seem best toward re lieving tho destitution in .Marshall County. That tho Secretary of the Joint Committee Is Instructed to forward a copy of the foregoing to Die Mayors ot Leavenworth, Kas., and Kansas C(tv, Mo., with tho request that they forward such assistance as may bo at their disposal. Tho tiecretarv Is further instructed to send a Ilka copy, with a like request, to the Coimtv Commissioner# of Marshall Countv. Contribu tions may bo sunt to J. ti. Walker, Treasurer of the Irving Relief Committee. , . 51. Qulgg, (i. L. Horcnco, D. J. Holland, Committee for Atchison; A. L. Kerr. James A. titortu, Une Craig, Committee for tit. Joseph, Mo. All die wounded mentioned above are severe ly Injured, scarcely one escaping with less than broken limbs, ami quite a number of them arc dangerously, and some mortally, ourt, M'COSKRV'S SUCCESSOR, Sutcial inrpateh t<i Jb* Trtbum. Devito it, Juno J3.—The Diocesan Convention to chooso a successor to the deposed McCoskrjr, an Blsnou of Michigan, runtime* la this cky to* morrow. From what has been gathered from Interviews with delegate*, It appears that the ciiulco Is narrowing down la the names u( & few eminent Presbyters outside of the Diocese and a missionary Bishop. Thu names most common* ly tueutloued urn the llev** Dr*. Coleman, of THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: TUESDAY; JUNE 3. 1879-TWELTE PAGES.' Toledo; Davie*, of Philadelphia; Hall, of Brook lyn; Huntington, of Worcester; llaukine, of Geneva; and Illsliop Tnltlc, of Utah. CRIME. Mvnmtit In* new om.r.AKH. tfpecial Ditvatch %o The Triiuna. NkwOhlrana, June 2.—To-night J. Ross Steward stabbed and mortally wounded William Ward. Ward had been employed by MpolTonl, contesting Kellogg’s neat, to obtain witnesses In support of bis claims. Steward bad been a member of the Packard Legislature from Ten* sts, and had agreed to lestllv that bo bad been bribed to rote for Kellogg for a consideration. BoolTord bad chartered a car to leave by the Kennesaw Route to-night with the witnesses. Steward eluded the party. Ward accused him of treachery. Words led to blows, and Steward finally stabbed Ward several times in tbo breast. Ward was carried to tlie hos pital, where Ills wounds were pronounced fatal. Steward sought sanctuary In the Custom-House, where be (s employed m night watchman. Sew* ard Is Plnchback’i half-brother. Ward was known as a desperado, headed a riot in Colfax some years ago, was elected to the Legislature and expelled by the Republicans for a felonious assault on a fellow-member, has since acted With the Democrats, and become ouo of Spell ord’s principal instruments in obtaining wit nesses. Naw Orleans, Juno 2.—J. Ross Stewart, a prominent colored politician mid a member of tlio Legislature from Tensas Parish, thin even ing stabbed and seriously wounded William Ward, colored, formerly of Clrant Pariah. Stew art charges Ward with being Instrumental in se curing evidence for Judge SpofTyrd m the con test against Senator Kellogg. Htewnrt, after stabbing, ran into tlio Custom-House, where the police were refused admittance by a night watchman. KED MEN. Wheeling, W. Va., Juno 3.—Tim excitement incident to the arrest of seven of the gang of Red Mon who Infested Wetzel County, noted In yesterday’s dispatches, continues unabated at Littleton. Tne names of the prisoners aro Amos Ilcmeiorlck, George Ullora, John Ullom, John Stewart, John Ilastallcr, Klroy Butcher, mid John Lough. The men were to have- been tried to-day, but no Justlcc-of-thc-Rcacc could bo found who was willing to risk his Ufa In doing so, for several were notified by the Red Meu that they would bo killed If they assisted In bringing Urn gang to Justice. The services of Justice Lemoster, of Centro District, have, however, been obtained, and the trial of the men has been set for to-morrow at 8 a. in. Quv. Matthews haa taken a very decided inter est In the matter, and is determined to have the lawlessness crushed out. The prisoners have secured (lie services of Fountain Smith, Ksq., of Fntrmount, es counsel. About filty meu of tlm gang attacked the house of a prom inent citizen at Mannlugton late Monday morn ing, but, finding the occupants well armed and prepared to receive them, desisted from tbclr cllorts and rodo oil. MARY KARRIS. ifpni'tl Dltoaich tn ‘I he Tribune. St. Louis, June 2.—Tljo Coroner’s cilice is, at present, well supplied with business, and he will have a very peculiar case to investigate to morrow. The facts concerning the death of Mary Kalicr, who now occupies a slab in the Morcuc, briefly reported by the police, aro as follows: The victim, a young girl, not quite 18 years old, left her home, ISIS North Ninth street, Sunday afternoon, and met n male acquaintance by the name of James Phollm, later in the day. About 10 p. m. the two engaged a room at tho Eutaw Hotel, corner of Seventh and Si. Charles streets, and retired. About 0 o'clock yesterday morulng Phcllm reported that the woman was In trouble, and at 10 a. m. the services of Dr. Kennard were called into requisition to staunch a severe hemorrhage. Ills oiforts were entirely unsuccessful, amt the patient died two hours afterwards. The man disappeared Immediate ly, and has not since boon hoard from, lie is described as being Jive feet six inches m height, elimly made, 21 or 22 years old, of fair cum* K 'exion and hair, ami with a light mustache, u wore dark clothes. ILLICIT STILL. Special THtvaieh to The Tribune. Grand Rapids, Mich.) June 2.—Tito United States Revenue Collector S. Hailey, mid Deputy United States Marshal Horace'Tompkins, of this city, went to Holland City to-day, captured au alleged Illicit still, with all Its paraphernalia, a wagon-load of whisky, the proprietor thereof, a man uamed James Ilowcr, and brought all to this city. Dower is In jail here) awaiting au examination before the United States officers. Tho officers report that they havo secured very strong testi mony against the accused. He admits that hu has bcou making tho potheen Illicitly for twenty rears. The still mid holler had a capacity of a jarrera day. ami was hid In u dense swamp on the edge ot Black Lake, some dlatoucu below Holland City. No one except those Interested had any suspicion that any such Institution was In existence. ESCAPBD. Bt. Lours, Juno fl.—Charles Sanders, who murdered* Police Officer Charles Pnutz last night, Is known to have crossed over tho river between 11 and 12 o’clock, mid it is believed bo bos mode bis way from this vicinity on some freight-train.' With a view to facilitating Ids arrest, tho following description of him Is given: Twenty years old, five feat Ovo or six Inches high, chunky built, fair complexion, oluo eyes, light tlaxeu hair, very thin, light mustache, If anv, boyish appearance, rouud full fueo, small feet, walks stiffly with no spring to step, turns his toes well out, very peculiar gait, wears woplon shirts, nosuspouders, understands nuking and cooks, frequents low suluuua and bawdy bouses. TTIATUIUIDK. Scranton, Fa., Juno 2.—Peter Powell fatally shut his brother yesterday In a dispute about properly. Peter was arrested. BUTCHER O’fIIALLEJT. I’oter Dempsey's Paco Founded to n Jolly. Such a Democratic victory as that of yester day must of necessity bo celebrated by a blood offerlug, and, according to Butcher O’Malloy, the ouly sacrifice that would uppeuso tho wrath of Urn god ot IntoxlcaUou was a human being. Tho altar was set up lu a boilermaker’s yard ou tho cast aide of Clinton street, midway between Van Boron ami Har rison streets. Thu victim selected was Peter Dempsey, a carriage blacksmith, living with his wife und family In ihosecondsioryof atonement house at No. 110 West Itardsuu street. Hu had not been at work during tho day, but bad spout most ot the time looting about the polls ut the corner of Canal and Harrison streets. He drauk every time anyjono offered to treat, und in dulged considerably besides on his own account, and by 8 o’clock In tho afternoon had become, os one of hU friends, who has experience In time lino, savs, “About two-thirds drunk.” While ho was lo this condition, ami was making himself troublesome to those more so ber than himself, ho was accosted by a man, said to bo Patrick O’MsUoy, an employe of oao of the meat-mar keu ou Jackson street. They conversed pleas antly enough, and O’Malley, who had Just begun to Imbibe pretty freely. Invited blm to go ami have a quiet drluk with him. This they had at Ryan’s saloon, at the northeast cor ner of Harrison and Canal streets. Thu bar-tender buys that Ikmptuy was quite perceptibly under tho lulUtuneu of liquor, und O’Miilluy was saber to all outward appear ances. They seemed friendly enough, and, while there, talked chiefly about places tu the old couutry. Alter.partaking of u couple of glasses of beer, tho two wont out of the saloon and turned north ou Clinton street. Policeman Dan iel CTowlay was standing at tho auloun-dnur as they came out, and, noticing a peculiar look upon O'Malley, said, as soon as they had Passed out of hearing, ”He Is taking that man off to thrash him.” Mr. Rvon rooilod, »• Ouol they are perfectly good friends.” Neither thought anv more about (lie remark unttl they heard thu noise of the excitement further north upon the street. Crowley, upon reaching the place, found Dempsey lying unconscious against the fence, and bleeding copiously Itom several wounds. Butcher U’Mailey was prancing up and down the sidewalk, his face livid and bis eves sparkling with rage. Thu policeman's first thought was to see If the man was actually dead, ami, as be was looking at the body, called urou tho few . bystander* to detain thu murderer. But with threat ening looks and gestures thu butcher warned them off. Ho also dulled thu officer or tho cutiro Madisou Street Station to arrest him without a warrant, an/I for the space often minutes ho paraded hie litiolenro up and down the sidewalk. Bystanders said that the officer would have liccu Justified in shooting the brulu down without any attempt at arresting him. lint the officer knowing that O’Malley could bo found at any future, time, should a warrant bo ff*ucd, concluded not to make any further trouble bv attempting to arrest him. lie did nut "weaken,’’ but knowing full well that Ihe club was tho only thing Umt would make O’Malley tractable, bo forbore the chance he had to use it. O’Malley soon went Ids way, upon finding that no one was going to fight him. The officer conveyed (he Injured mao in a sejnl-unconaclous state to the office of Dr. A. (loldspulm at tlio corner of Hoisted and Har rison streets. It was fohnd that bo hod been terribly mangled, tiic brutal assailant having kicked his face and head Into a mass of pulp. There was a deep gash upon the loft side of the nose, evidently Inflicted with the ton of a boot. The nasal ' bone was broken, and tho bones of Hie check laid open for several Inches. It was a very nasty contused wound, ami It was some time before tho Doctor could got It property stltctiod. The upper lip was actually smashed Into three flaps, one blow severing au artery Immediately below the nose, iron) which the blood poured in a stream. The lower lip was also smashed Into flans. Besides these, tlio head, neck, and shoulders were beaten Into a most unlmmaiillko mats of flesh and bone, tho left side being far worse than tbo right. Several hours elapsed before tho doctor could got tho wounds nropcrly set. Dempsey was then re moved to his homo. His injurioa aro of a most serious nature, but Dr. Ooldapolm lias hopes of keeping down tlio Inflammation to such on extent that the man’s life will not be endangered. Should erysipelas or aggravated inflammation set In, however, his chances of life will be very slight Indeed. While Dempsey was In tlio doctor’s office, his wife, having heard of his being badly in jured, sot forth it is'said with a revolver, with tho express intention of shooting his assailant to tho death, should she succeed In finding him. When she called at tho West Madison Street Station she repeated the threats, hut was advised to take a more conservative look at (ho affair and cause O’Malley's arrest (n proper form hy a warrant. Tho Injured man Is about U 3 rears of age, and, though strong and able-bodied, Is of a very quiet disposition. 110 - gavo O’Malley no offense, and there Is no explanation far the assault save that O’Malley’s devilish disposition makes him commit Just sue)) as saults upon the drunken or the sick and weak ly. O’Malley has caused great trouble to the police In such afTravs, uml when any resistance has been offered to'hls wishes bis political In fluence und that of his tribe has bean made felt at police headquarters. CANADA. Suspected Banks—A Murder Enveloped In Mystery, fifcjrfal DitpafcA Co Tht Trfbuns. Montreal, Juno 2.—There were disquieting rumors today about tlio Villa Marls uttd Jlochcloga Banks. The managers of both In stitutions say there are no grounds for the ad verse reports in circulation. Gold was paid promptly for the bills presented to-day. In his address to the Grand Jury of Quarter Sessions, Judge Dugas directed attention to the alarming Increase of the soda] evil In the city. Ho advocated legislation in regard to it, and urged that a system of hygiene should bo estab lished. Thc murder at Morey's stables is causing great excitement. Morey Is connected with dif ferent hotels by telephone. It is thought that the hackmcn were jealous, and wanted to de stroy tiie carriages, and, going to do It. the watchman resisted, and they murdered him to prevent discovery. Ho was round near the tele phone, os If he Intended to communicate, where he was struck down with a dumb-bell. The in vestigation commenced to-day, and adjourned till Wednesday, The City Corporation has of fered SI,OOO lor Uie arrest and conviction of the murderer. Two men have been arrested on sus picion, one at House's Point, named Fnrrcmt, the other here. The police refuse to give the name of the latter. • THE PRINTERS’ CONGRESS. Annual Mooting of the International Typo graphical Union. flneclat /utoatch to The Tribune. Washington, D. C., June 2.—The Printers’ Congress, or tlio International Typographical Convention, assembled hero to-day. There were delegates from all parts of the country. Those from the West were Messrs. Kerchoval, Lang, and Comstock, of Chicago; Henry L. Smith, of Cincinnati; Jackson Ralston, of Quincy; Theodore Coyle, of Cleveland; and Joseph Schla glc, of St. Joseph. An address of welcome was delivered by Mr. Towers, of Uie Typograph ical Union of this dty, who advocated the cause of skilled labor, and urged the Pouters’ Unions to correct any differences that may exist, aud seek to secure milted action. Tile real work of the Convention will begin to-morrow. The fol lowing were appointed a Committee on Creden tials: Messrs. Lang, of Chicago; Elhs, of De troit; Hunt, of Buffalo; Coyle, of Cleveland; aud Bcblagle, of Bt. Joseph, Mo. THE WEATHER. Opfiob of tub Chief Signal Officer, Washington, P. C., Juno o—l o. m.—lndica tions: For Tennessee, Urn Ohio Valley, and thu Lower Lake region, lower pressure, variable winds, generally shifting to warmer southerly, mid clear or partly cloudy weather, preceded in tho last ami eastern portions of the first two sections by occasional light ruins. For tho Upper Baku Ucglou, Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri Valleys, lower pressure, westerly winds, backing to warmer southerly, mid generally clear weather, with possible occa sional light rains la the first two districts. LOCAL OBSXBTATIONa. ciuoaoo, June 2, Tim*. ; Bur, t Thr //«., I find," Ytt, Bn. \ Weather 0'.63 S.IU. 3U. 134 (0 DA >N 7 ..... Cloudy. ||:M s. iii.;3U.l‘J/ M 73 N II -Fair. aim)». m. jjo.wt &i 4s N y |K«ir. moa p. ui.jju.on w (3 N o iFatr. u:uo u. m. ;w.on 03 oi N I (Cloudy. loiiap. m.l.to.im an m n i Iciomiy. ""Sailmum, Mi minimum i:t. USMSSAL OiUKHVATIOKS. cuioao i. Jana 3-10:18 p.w. fHaUant, .Bar. Jhr. H'lnU. Weather, Albany...MoOe.ue Ct N.W.,«cw.. .uiciuuuy. 4U A.W.. MCU, .Clear. Xircckuiirlilgu iw.i* M W., lrc»ti ..) ’Clear. imium....... no.UJ M Calm | iciumiy. Cairo 3i.li» (XI \V.,aemjo..i clear. Clmycuiiß.. ..“At.Ali M lUeur. cnitaau ao.iti 63 W..1i:iUi...l (Clouay. cmcinnail ...iu0.14 m NiW..rre»h Camay. Cleveland... laaui; M V, froili Clmiuy. Imreiiixiri.., [nan* f<7 a., Bumia (ciuucy, Uc« ilolnc*.. M Calm .. Fair. Detroit CU.tD Sl N.lh.Kcn 'cloudy. llo<UeCUv,,.Uli.l>6 UO Cali Clear. Duluth.. ir3 a. W. .frcali . jou. rala. Krle isiaon 63 gen,... ,01 Cloudy. Kmauaba.....'oo.oo 4t) gunllo.. .Clear. Fort carry...'oo.tui ua y,w„ puu Fair. ForumMu».."<si.a:v at catm Clear. (Iraim Haven 31.03 6<i K.W., ecu. .03 Cloudy. Inuiananoila. 30.0.1 as S.W.,freali Fair. KouauK ’SW.«7 at S.w., gou 'Fair. La Crosse.... ao.id 00 H. W..sen Cloar. Lcavouwortnao.ie. 6d A,W..gmi, Clear. t.uiiuvllla.... 30 0(1 AS \V., gentle. I Clear. MaU1auu......1X1.03 M W.,genllu Cloudy. kUnjueUu... "Mm 63 S-.gomie.. iClouuy. Ut-m0ni».....'30.3i 01 A.W., light ...... clear. Milwaukee... ,30.01 63 S.W,, geu Clear. NMlmllu ....'3U3 AJ ('aim. Clear. NurthFiatio. *30.53 67 N.w..irc*li, Clour. ai K.W., lie»li 'Clear. UiWeg0.......13>.i>4 ; S 3 W.,geiit)o. Foggy, Fuinbiua..,.. so.ee (it a.< aeiuic.. Clear. Fluclio ' 07 N., gentle. | Clear. I’ltwuurg.. .. yi.t>3 (H N.W., light .01 Li. rain. Fun Huron..'3'.oi 40 N.K., gent. [ .Cloudy. Il<*ciieatur....imu3 67 N.W., llglit Clouay. baeruiiieuiu..'ui).K4 h 7 h. W.. guit .Fair. ball Lalio ~,.'3 i.m UU S.. freed Clear. MamtuaVy [no.ot 67 S. K.. treat! 'Cloudy. UaaFrannUeaUAUJ 71 N.W..U«UI Cleat. Wiiovoßon... 3LU3 a, N.,guuiio.. Icicnr. bt. l.onK 13U3 6V W., rreeii .;Clear. Hr. Faut... . uo.to (U b.iV.,il3id .Clear, Toledo ..... Ivy.nu' 67 N.,«enilo 'cloudy. Vtcgabitrg....l3l.ol GO Ca1m....... ......Clear. Winiiemutcauu.il 71 calm ..lulr. Yaulttou .... lixi.wi in a. w.. light 'Clear. SUICIDE. 1 Special ntevutch tv The TVfSun* Elgin, 111., June 'L—Mrs. Mary EilxabetU Jackman, wife of James Jackman, a prosperous farmer uear Crystal Lake, swallowed nearly an ounce of laudanum mid dled on Saturday fore* noun. A Coroner’s Inquest was held. Jealousy of a uchuolmurm pruhublv Inspired the rush act. Deceased was buried ou huuduy. noT ttotciat THna'.o.'i la The Trtbvnf, La Balls, 111., Juno 2.<-At (he special town ship election hold here td-day regarding thu proposition to burrow 17,000 for the Improve ment of the bottom roads south of this city, the proposition was voted down by a vote of 451 to SM7. . r ~ i ADVANCE.IN COAL. PutLAbsmiu, JunoJi—Thu I'hiladclohla <k Reading Coal and has decided uuun tlio following harbor prhes lor June: Lump, steamboat, and 'broken, $3; egg, store, $3.00i chestnut, $3.10. These prices are for hard. wfjjte-ash coal. The quotations for I.vkens Valiev arc $3,75 for egg and store, and $3.50 fur chestnut. SUSPENSION. Another flt. Danis Hank fihnlt Its Doors Deonuse tlio Money Hoglns Going the Wrong Way, and Will Now, of (Jours*, l*«y in Full, M The/ All Do. ffofdal fH»to(eh (n fht TTthune, St. Dorns, Juno 2.—There Is danger of an* other banking crash arising from want of confi dence. Ever since the collapse of Uio Broad way Savings tho smaller bankers bare bad a fearful run on them. Mon draw their deposits and carry tho cash around In their pockets, or bury It in old stockings. This ‘ is tho reason why the United Htalcs Haring Institu tion, Second and MarKot street,*, censed uperrf .lions. It closed In a perfectly honorable man ner, and thedoposltors.lt Is claimed, wilt not loro a cent! The rqn was really com menced by ono of the Directors, who whispered around that those haring money In the bank bad better withdraw. The rumor soon spread, and people wero In a sufficient atnto of suspicion, owing to the Broadwar dis aster, to give credence to the rumor. One man, to whom the United States Havings Institution has been a good friend, drew out tho oilier day the whole of his deposits, SIO,OOO, in a solid lump. In ten days about $370,000 hare bean withdrawn. Affairs were dally growing worse,and the Direct ors said there was but one course which was honorable, and which would protect tho depositors. At a meeting to-day Jhcy decided to cease business. An arrangement was mode with the Mechanics 1 Hank by which that Institution agreed to pay all current deposits and demand notes. Sufficient paper has been turned over as collateral to secure tho lat ter bank. In regard to time deposits, the Hoard of Directors of tho United States Haring* Institution will wind up the bank, as Trustees, with little or oo expense, and they say they will pav tho debt*, just as fast as they can get the money. There will be no assign ment, and no responsibility wilt be shirked. The Director who started tho rumors of the unsafely of the bank sent In his resignation, hut the Hoard would not accept It, and be will no doubt u toc Use line'’ with the others, 't he total liability ot the bank is $430,030. The Mechanics* Hank will honor all of Its checks. Jacob Tamm Is tho Presi dent of the Ucftcd States Barings Institution. He owns about 250 ot the shares of SSO each, par. Charles Kern Is tho Cashier. The rest of the Directors are O. C. Lademan, Mr. Tea sihgliauser. Theodore Miller, A. Kicliei, Nicholas Oucrdan, Henrr Wlebusch, Charles Ilclzel. It. D. Merer, and O. E. WeUcl. The three latter were elected onlv a month end a half ago. The bank has been* in operation about a Quarter of a century. Its capital stock was never more than $7,500. Mr. Kern, the Cashier, has been with the Institution since 155453. He stated to the reporters that the bank would bare pulled through but for the failure ot the Broad way Havings. That created a feeling of uneasi ness among the depositors, and for the past week a steady run bos been made upon the bank. Nearly $200,000 were checked out on Saturday, and that hastened the closing of the bank. To the ITVifrrn Aim iated prtu. Bt. Louis, June 2.—lt will be olllclally an nounced to-morrow morning that lire United States Savings Institution of this city bos re tired from business, and that its affairs bare been turned over to Mcclum's Bank for settlement. Two hundred thousand del- jars of Us deposits have been withdrawn the past ten days, or since the suspension of the Broadway Savings Bank, and this, in connection with the fact that the back has been making Ut ile or no money for some time post, determined the Directory to wind up and retire. The de positors will all bo paid In full, it Is said. cettincTaf^ray. Alt' About the Character of a Cleveland Man. At 1:30 this morning two moo named John Scbeillcr and Joseph Verow, while on their way south on Clark street, met at the corner of Lake street three other men, of whom they inquired Uie way to the City-Hall. Borne words passed between them, and Bcbefllur appearing to recognize their faces, Inquired, “Aronot youfrom Cleveland?” They replied, ” Yes; wo'ro tug-boat men up bero oo a visit.” The names of several persons In Cleveland wers passed between them, with the usual inquiries, and Scholllar Anally asked If they keow Johnnie Kyao. An alllrmatlyo response was made, and then the trio began to abuse Uyan’s character. Schcfilcr protested, uud finally was struck by one of the men, who said, “Us Clevelanders have been getting aonsed all night” Schciller fought back, ami, while getting the worst ot the encounter, the smaller one of Uie three stepped uo behind him. and plunged a dirk into the right side of Schulller's hack. The trio then made oil rupldlv. Thu wounded man walked to the Little Shermuu coffee-house, No. 153 Lake street, and was thence taken to his Hume, No. 150 Front street Ho Is 23 years of age, married, and has one child, ilo works at Goociwllllu's box-factory. Ills wound ap pears to bo quite a. serious one, uud bled quite frcelv. Unsuccessful efforts wore made to get a physician to examine It be fore ho was taken home. Ills companion, Jos eph Verow, livcj at No. 21 Bremer street The police hope to capture the assailants be fore mo ruing, A. GUILD VAMPIRE. The Strnnire Mania of nil Artniited Quadroon Uirl—Trying to Hmotlirr Her llciicfaclura. 4 \ew fork Iltruhl, June l. In the story of Eugenie Burton’s unnatural acts, which was told yesterday t« the Fifty-scvr enth Street Police Court, l» reviewed the old fiction of tho vampire which runs through so many tales of romanco mid mysticism, and thu belief lu the dreaded Broueolaequo which haunts thu gloomy superstitions of the Breton peasants, receives lu it an Illustration. Thu narrative comes from thu moutn o( Mllc.ElfrldaduVally, a Professor of the French language at thu Nor* mal College, and It received confirmation lu thu confession of the child who figures lu It. To givu an Idea of tho luttur’s history thu following statement was made to Justice Kllbrcth: In the early part of the present century the Hu Vully family wero largo proprietors la thu West Indies. They had plantations in Jamaica, and carried on other enterprises with profit In the neighboring islands. Much of their wealth consisted of slaves, and tho latter were widely scattered through thu territory. Mismanage ment mid other reverses due to governmental changes greatly reduced thu family, and whan Mile. Eilrida and her sister wore young girls In Paris tho remnants of tho fortune dwindled away with thu lust of tho West Indies estates. Among their slaves of years before was a tawny 111 lie fellow called Alfred Burton, for whom they conceived a Hiring, and wnnm they had at tached to tho lamlly. They woru not forgetful of him In their reduced condition, mid ihe young fellow received so excellent training. On attsiuing manhood, however, bo longed for earlv scenes, loft them and went back to tho Indies, where ho married a native woman who had received sumo such educational advantages as himself. Ho kept the UeVsllys familiar with his career, and when a llllln girl was born him ho called the child Dora, In honor of some of his patrons, and acquainted liu'in with H. Soon utter camo word that Burton had , expired and IcU tho llttlo ono and Us mother In extreme poverty. The Du Vaihs, still willing to bo of service, offered to take tho child am! adopt It, uml opened u correspondence with tho mother to that end. dim eagerly accepted the proposition, and little Dora was sunt toNmr York, where the family had lu Urn meanwhile settled, dim became their cure nt mrn>, and has grown up to be a very amiable little girl of 13. After the expiration of many years Urn Do Vullys were surprised to hear from the dill's mother again. dim was still In Hie Indies and again a mother. This time wrote her daughter was a lovely little gin, so light in color that she was a marvel In that region, and she asked that the little girl bo taken lu charge bv the family as Urn other hud been, iter pro* pbsul was coolly received, but she was not lu be satisfied with denials. Letter oiler letter camo Horn her, describing the little creature's pcricetluns amt her fitness for a butter fate than elm could ever nope fur at home. Bho even inclosed locks of reddish hair to attest the lightness of the child's complexion, mid In other wavs strove u> win her n reveptUm in New York. To got rid of Urn woman’s Ini* itorluulllos (tie lie Vullys yielded at last, mid sjs lu cold was sent to her to pay the tittle one’s passage (o tills ciiv. In ihu March of 1b77 they went to tin* vessel to receive me liitio West Indian paragon, mid were a mile taken aback at What awaited them. A child of 7) ujim was there,—* punv Itttlo creatnre, with a pretty face, strange black eyed, and dark hair, -which retained In Its rinses a marked trace of the an cestral kink. It was a quadroon, differing In no respect from other mongrel children except In Ita extrema diffidence. Not a won! could bo cot out of the little airamror by question* or carcase*, except a fixed brooding look and on occasional pout of the lips. It took some time for them to nature themselves that ahe won not actually dumb. Once at home thev set anont training her, and In some things Eugenio Eliza Burton was an apt pupil. She had learned to read and write, mid proved herself cunning enough at times. But there her good qualities ceased, and the Do Vailys came to understand that thev had Intro duced a veritable enfant ternbte to their hearth. Eugenio was sullen, alio was self-willed, she was mischievous as a kitten, alto could storm Hko a termagant, scratch and bite like a little tigress, and deal a blow with her tiny follow list that one could feci, if there was one thing she could use with better address than another It was her teeth. That little semi-circle of molars was Im printed In all aorta ot Improbable places atvout the house. In chalrhacks, fancy stands, and even less susceptible materia), it left Its mark, and Dial Hnv row of Ivories would rend a bedqiiilt, tear n piece of matting, and dig big boles in a mattress with case. She was restive one night, ami they put a couple of chairs beside the bed to keep her in. She bit through the cushions and tore (lie coverlet to tatters. Another time they chided her, and she Put the end of an em broidered piano-cover in her mouth and had ft la twalu In t jiffy. Bho was interrupted while consuming a polfu) of rhubarb, nml she recap tured the Vessel and Sheared herself with the contents from top to toe. When discovered in any mischief she would either Dally denv it, or as daily admit and sullenly submit to the con sequences. Mile, de Vailv caught her tearing to pieces a 150 floral present she bad received from tier pupils, and when she lutcrfvmi the little vixen scattered them before her eyes. These little peculiarities the family would longer have endured, but within the last month they made a discovery which revealed what a strange little monster the? had beneath llii-lr roof. The Do Vullys are residing on a flat at No. W 3 East Fiftieth street, ami Eugenie ami her half-sister, Dura, slept in rooms close to Mile. Elfrlda's. For some time the latter has been awakened at night by u strange sensation In her throat and an oppression on the lungs which she could not account for. One night site awoke : to discover Eugenie moving about, ;md she sent her to sleep with the other little girl. Some time passed, and then Mile. Do Volly was aroused by a creaking of Lhu bed In the chil dren's room. She turned about und saw re flected in the mirror there a sight Hint for n while puzzled her. Eugenie was (.vouching on the other child's body, her Augers were pressed shout her throat and her own Kps touching tlio mouth were sucking In Dora's breath in a war that seemed to cause her a palnlul effort. Tho Jlltlo creature was Irving to smother her stater. When Mile, lie Vally appeared alio stoutly denied she had been doing anything, aud maintained this so persistently that llicv lost sight of it. A short time since, however, Mile. Elfrlda, who has by tits and starts awakened with Ibo same unaccountablo sensa tions as before, opened her eyes fu the middle of the night to llnd Eugenie colled like a serpent over her, her flneers squeezing her wludmpc and engaged In blowing Into her throat. When she moved, the child, with a peevish pinch relin quished her bold, bounded to the iloor, and made oIT to fofd?* They aroused her there aud questioned her for a long time in vain. Hut at last this girl of 7 yielded, aud told them that her purpose was to kill them all. She thought that by pressing their windpipes aud blowing Into their throats she could choke thorn or else she could suck their breath away. When they chided her she pondered for a while and then broke out with, “Oh, what a fool I wasl If 1 bad iboucht of a carving kulle how easily I could have done It!" On being further catechised, she told the story which yesterday she repeated to Justice Jvil breth In court. In her home fu the West Indies her mother hud brought tier up to understand that she would one dav go away to somu ladles who had a great deal of wealth und property, and was told that when they would die It would all belong to her. When she saw the flowers and ornaments lu her New York abode, she made up her miod to act on ber mother’s hint, und gala possession at once by taking tlio lives of her benefactors. Something suggested the breath as the principle of life, or else, acting on some monstrous Instinct, she set to destroy them by consuming it herself mid by turns “pinching their throats aud blowing in them,” as she puts It. Once she had disposed of them, slio Intended to send for her mother. Her sister Dora sue wanted to kill, too. but If she fulled, she proposed driving ber away when •she had put on end to the others. Eugenio, as she am pcared In court yesterday, seemed n frail little thing, with a olive skin, large, staring eves, ami the smallest voice Imaginable. .Mile. Dc Vally said slio was afraid to keep her anv lunger, and the Justice sent to the Society fo> the Proven lion of Cruelty to Children to Inquire what dis position could bo made of her. JOHN BIIOWN. Ills Kxscotlon Described by an Rye-Witness. OeiTMDOßrtrrtes Cincinnati Enquirer* Dr the kindness of the gentleman to whom I bad letters, 1 was the only newspaper man in side the guards that surrounded the scaffold. The newspaper reporters were placed on n alight rise of ground, In perfect view, but Where they could bear nothing. Thu reason assigned for this was that Brown had determined to maku a speech of an Incendiary character. To prerent this they determined, If speech he made, it would he to thu military and to the ollldals who would Pc within hearing distance, it was thought best that some one of thu Northern residents in the shape of a newspaper corre spondent should be present, to tho end that, If a speech was concocted for Brown, and pub lished as if he had spoken It, there might bo written evidence of Us falsity. X hap pened to be the person selected, and stood within a lew feet of the gallows when the execution took place. Brown was brought to the place of execution—mi open Held near the town—in a wagon, seated on his collln. lie was neatly dressed In his every-day apparel, ills lung, white heard and his line face—for hu had a lino one—gave him o truly patrtarchiul appearance. No one seeing him at that moment could suppose him to be a bound malefactor on bis wav to the gallows, without hope of a re prieve.* None of the early marlyrs of the Chris tian Church ever mot death with more of seem ing stoical Indifference. Brought up with a fixed and Arm belief that he had Peon doing UotPa work, hu believed the course he pursued, the shedding of Innocent blood, thu taking the properly of his enemies, and that thu death no would dlo had been traced by an Almighty hand in thu* beginning, ami nought could change that decree; inul honco hu would pass Irom earth to Heaven as onu that Uod hud : selected for this particular work, mid thu change from earth to bliss Immortal would more than cumounaato him for thu pain of strangulation. The gallows was surrounded In front bv the cadets of the .Military Institute, thu West Point of Virginia. They* were line-look ing youths of front 10 to SO years of nge, dressed in blue pants ami red Uutmcl shirts. Behind them were picked companies of volunteer In fantrv. other companies forming the sides and rear of the hallow mpmre, In thuccrtro of which was thn gallows. At proper paints the artillery was placed in position, the guns loaded and pointed ut a portion of the Hold occupied exclu sively by strangers and those suspected of pot being true to thu Old Dominion. Jn case of an emeute or hostile disturbance, thu cadets had orders to shoot Brown, so as to prevent a res cue, whilo the cannoneers and Intantry weru to tlruuu the suspoctedcrowd. Theoutlyingpickets SULPHUR SOAP Caution I—Boo that you act the above bearing ls»ih the numo and design on the cartoon which uncloses each cuke, us this famous remedy has boon counterfeited. I'.K.CUITTENTON, Sole Prop..N.Y. FAMOUS REMEDIES. HALE’S HONEY OP HORBHOUNO AND TAR, for Coughs and all Lung Diseases. HAIR REVIVIUM, For restoring Gray Hair to Original Color (Unequalled), 50 Cents. PIKE’S TOOTHACHE DROPS, which Cure In One Minute. 35 Cents. HILL’S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE (instantaneous), y> Cents. SOLDT BY ALX* DRUGGISTS. '■'•'l.-V’T •: and tho'reserve guard, stationed within propef distance, were to flauk the rescuers, and tbo cavalry to charge upon them, and to finish those that the cannon and musketry tailed to send to kingdom come. If Ilrown anticipated n rescue, a glance at the field was sufficient to convince him It would be folly to attempt It. That bo Intended to make a speech 1 think Is more than probable. When the eves of the doomed man took in the full situation a shade of disappointment seemed to cross his face, but It was but for a moment. Tbo shade passed from his brow and be was bitnsclf again. He stood on the gallows gazing with ttnblnnchcd check upon the preparations. Ho was asked bv the Sheri It If ho wished n hand, kerchief to drop when he was ready, ills reply, In a firm and loud voice was: “No—keep mo no longer than is necessary.” The cap wss drawn over his face, the rope cat ana John Ilrown was loft dangling la tnc air. Ills neck was broken by the fall, ilo suffered but little, and soon bung a lifeless corpse. The sensation was great; no voice spoke and no sound war heard white Uio awful econo from Ufa to dcatl was enacted. Now Invention for Copying. Albany fxite Journal. A new method of rccomlng Instruments has keen luvcntcd by an Irish gentleman. It con sists Ist copying the Instrument by photography In miniature, and converting the copies into thin metallic sheets with Indented letters, from which enlarged copies can be mode to order. The same gentleman has invented an Ingenious process of Indexing, too complicated to be de scribed here. 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Always Pity of HKTAILRUA when poulbta., If net found on isle, send postal cant for Illustrated Circulars to UormtWa Collar tU, 3d Rawlcy-il., Boston. Bass. Bold In Obioago, IU„ by ■VVILI.OUOIIHV.IIILL & C0.,8. E.cor. Clark AMadUot* AVII.LOL'UIIfIV, (IILLiCO., 001 Allttfaukce-av., cob WILLUPUIintMIILL A CO.. 240 Blue lilaad-»r. t cot- TWO fill - EAKTIUII.Y & BPAKFORU, «7 East MadUon-it. SULI’IHUU SOAP. THE LEADING EXTERNAL SPECIFIC FOR SKIN DISEASES A Bcautifler of the Complexion, It renders tho Cntlclo Healthful, Clear, and Smooth, and Is tho best possible sub stitute for expensive* Sulphur ilutha. It will heal Ulcers and Sorca, IVrMins employing It have no need tore, sort to Hulphur hprlugs fur bulbing purposes. II Uad«'Hlmt)lo IHHINtT.UTANTorCLOTU. INU or )1H1)/L1N1£N, and a capital remedy and preventive el Obnoxious or Uontnglous DlKonjU'S. • U Is k]*o valuable ns an Injection. As an mUnnotof the TOILET, it U far more desirable* than any cosmetics. TAN, FRECKLES, PIMPLES, and BLOTCHES yield to Its Intluence; and it is the very best soap to shave with, leaving tho skin smooth. It also ERADICATES pASMUI’FF, Tho article Is widowed by tho Medical fraternity. 5 PRICES t 25 cts. a Cake. AlOl WITH 3 Cakes 70 c. Scot b j Mail PnpsM. AllrcspcctabUi Druggists, Fancy Goods Dealers and Grocers keep on baud QLESJi’S SUL PHUR SOAP; and will on de mand (or It sup* ply the genuine.