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FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD Papal Fathers Preparing to Leave Rome. Parliamentary Dignity and Orleanism in France. LORD CLARENDON'S FUNERAL. RUSSIAN ROYALISNI IN WARSAW, Greece Disturbed and Unhinged by an Earthquake. ROME. Preparing for II nine. ItOMK, July 2, 1870. It u said, that at least two-thirds or the fathers at the Ecumenical Council will depart for their homes ?s soon as the iniallibllity dogma is oitlclally promulgated. FRANCE. Pm-lintuent&ry Dittulty. Pakis, July S. 1870. The committee of the Corps Legislate, ?n whom the matter was referred, have required a inodiflcatloo ol ihe Insulting lone or the petition of the Or1 a*tia Prhwoa liMlnra pniitjlilpriiii/ Him MllliienL Fair Play. Paris, July 2, 1870. Tne discussion of the petition or the Orleans Trlnci's for tiie restoration of their rights was opened in the Corps Leglslatlf to-day. ltcjeried. Paris, July 2?Evening. After a very long discussion the Chamber rejected the petition of the Orleans princes for permission to returu to Kniuctt by the decided vote of 174 against SI. 1'be JUIsaiuQ to YVaahitigion. Paris, July 2,1870. Th? armmanln I.ofairottn nf tin* Contii Tr?nfi:illfln. tic Company's line, leaves Havre to-day for New York. Among the passengers are M. Prevost-Paradol, the new French Minister to Washington. Invalided. Paris, July 2,1870. Mr. Wnshburne, the American Minister, has left r&rls for tlie German watering places. Colonel Hoffman, the secretary or Legation, will act during bin absence. From Konic. Paris. July 2, 1870. The Archbishop of Paris has returned from Home. Costly Bouuinianiain. Paris, July 2. 1870. The Figaro (Independent journal) wan to-day prosecuted for a violation or the press law?the particular offence being the publicat.on of a false anecdote of the Emperor aud the late Kurt of Clarendon. The editor ol the Revcil (irreconcilable organ) has been prosecuted for having reproduced the "false" anecdote of the Emperor and the Earl of Clarendon from the columns of the Figaro. M. Delescluze, the editor-in-chief of tne JCevetl, was sentenced to thirteen months' imprisonment. POLAND. The KHaitians In Warsaw. Warsaw, July 2, 1870. 'l'he Emperor of Russia aud suite arrived here yesterday. Great oitlcial demonstrations will I* aade to-day lu honor or the event. GREECE. An Earthquake Fisilatiou?A Town in Ruina. Vienna, July 2,1870. Advices have been received he.e stating that a sharp shock ol earthquake was experienced throughout Greece yesterday. The town ol' Martoria is a heap of ruins. An island in that ueiKliborhood"sud. denly disappeared at the time of tne ,-Uock. No further particulars are at hand. ENGLAND. Prenidcut Grunt Endorsed. London, July 2, 1870. A city journal, of this evening, applauds General Grant for his recent message on Cuban affairs. I.ord Clavemlon'ft Funeral. London, July 2, 1870. ti10 Tim.Tn I nf iVm Into V*irl of rinrpiidnn tft'il place at ttaUord, in the county of Herts, to-ilay. A large crowit assembled to pay their lane respects to the illustrious dead. The chief rnouruers, with the remains, proceeded to Watford by rail. During the procession the coronet was borne before the hearse by the deceased s valet. Following the hearse were nine carriages, containing the llight Hon. Charles Pel ham A'llllcrs, the brother of the Earl of Clarendon; Lord Skelmersdale and Edward Uobert liuiwer Lytton, the sons-inlaw of the deceased, aud William George Granville Vcrnon-IIarcourt, ami the Earls of l)eri>y aud Essex and many others. Cabinet Patronage. London, July 2, 1870. It is understood that Right ilou. William E. Forster, Vice l'resluent of the Council, will be appointed Minister of Educawon, If the Education bill, now before Parliament, v. hicb provides for audi An office, shall become a lan-. Dickens' Memory in Ainei-irn. London, July 2, 1870. The Manchester Examiner to-lay applauds the ir^a of an American monument to Charles Dickens, but assumes that the project will be dismissed when Mr. Dickons' objeclioua to any such honor are fully fcnowu. The Kml(r?t Ware Flow, Livkhpool, July 2, 1870. The tide of American emigration continues unabated. By the statistics published this morning It Is shown that eighteen thousand emigrants left tills port during the mouth of June for the various American ports. Nlne-tonths of them went to Nefr York. uuunnea London, July 2, 1870. The London .spectator. In an nrti !e criticizing tne Indian policy 6t the JaUe.l States anticipates an Immediate Indian war which will result In the extermination of the race ot the red men. Finance and Art London. July 2, 1870. The circular Issued to-day by I'ixiey, Abell, Langlej A Co. reports the bullion market Qrm. Ceorgo Cruiksliank, the artist, has submitted to Queca Victoria a model or the monument at Bannockburn. Tht! command of the English Channel squadron lias been aligned to Admiral Drummond. Fatal Accident. london, July 2, 1870. The roof of lawcctt's foundry at Liverpool fell today witli a trcraeudou* crash. One of the workmen was killed, and several were seriously injured. A Baby I'oltncr. London, July a, 1870. ** A Coroner'* inquest to-day djvoioped the fact that K NEW Y Mrs. Waters, the notorious "baby farmer," toad been guilty of poisoning and a tar v lug aeveral tnftuits Ion in Iter charge. The UFonrth*' In I-ondoa. London, July a, 1870. The Americans here will cclebrate the Fourth of July mm usual. Mr. Motley, the American Minister, has made arrangements to entertain Americans at a banquet on Monday. IRELAND. Melancholy Death. Dublin, July 2, 1870. Darcy Irvine, of this city, died In a lunatlo asylum here jesterdajr. The Trades Strike Agitation. Dublin, July 2,1870. The clothiers of Cork ure still Importing German operatives to take the place of the utrlkera. Fours are consequently felt of a renewal of the disorders. SPAIN. Glancing Toward* France. Maduid, Jul j 2, 1870. General Prim returned to tliw city from Toledo today. At tlie end of July he will go to Vichy. Cuba and ibolitionlnin. Madrid, July 2,1470. The reports recently published that Captain General De Itndiis had demanded reinforcements lor tUo army In Cut>a are otllcially deniei to-day. The complimentary dinner to, Sort or Castellar, which wan contemplated by the abolitionists, has been deferred. PORTUGAL. Tlie Ittlaaion to RnMla. Lisbon, July 2,1870. Sefior Flganlere, who was recently appointed PortugucB Minister to Washington, has been transferred to St. Petersburg. CUBA. Planter* Agreeing to the Abolition of Slavery? Disposition ol I lie Kruedinpn?'1'ho C'liolern Mil Siuullpox in Ilnviiua?Arrival of tlie Severn. Havana, July 2, 1870. M. La Forrest has assumed the duties of French Coasul here. A meeting of planters ami wealthy slave owners Wiis held at the uovernor General's Palace last uli*ht. The parties were unanimous in ihoir approval of the abolition of slavery by the Corte.s of the uiotiicr c juutry anil in their disposition to obey tlu laws, but request that they may lie consulted as to the manner of carrying out the law so as to prevent the negrots from becoming vagrants; and also to organize a system by whxh agricultural interests will be main taiiied. The Slav is will remain with their present masters, but will be pla e<l un er contract and will receive the Hauie pay lor their services an Is paid to other freed men. There are about the usual number of cholera cases daily. There were seven deatns yesterday. Tiiere is no perceptible Increase In the deaths from vouuto. The smallpox Ui quite prevalent. The flagship Severn, Admiral Poor, lias arrived her.- from Key W?b Exchange?On London, 15% a 16 ner cent premium; on the United .States, sixty days' i-lglit, in currency, 7>4 per cent discount; on the United Mates, short si. tu. In currency, 0 per cent discount; ou the United states, sixty days' sljrht. in gold, H\ a 4'? per cent premium; on me United States, short sight, in gold, 6 a &>, per cent premium. NEW MEXICO. The New Silver Mines in the Apache Coontry?I iiiuiense Wealth ot the Claims?? Arrangements tor Working the Mines. Santa Fk, July 2, 1870. A letter to tlie Daily Post from Grunt county, New Mexico, descriptive of the new silver mines, states that the newly discovered mines are 6,000 feet above the sea level. There Is a population at Kalston, tne new village, of 2<>o persons. It is located about twenty-live miles from the nearest river. Two hundred aud elghiy-flve ledges have been discovered, aud over fifty miles of claims have been located. Many 01 the claims not being designated 111 accord-, anee with Hie lawsof the territory arc thrown out, but almost immediately lelocutcd. A municipal government has been formed and a Keeorder elected. There is no doubt of ti*e liuincn.-e wealtli T>f a great many of the claims. A < anal and railway company, with a capital of $l,0JO,ooo, lias been formed to take tne o.e to the BUlil at tlie river ami to carry water 111 canals to the mines. Th mines ate In the heart of the A pa' lie Indian country, and 1 he settlenient will bo a uieat hccurlly to the pioneer settlers and travellers. Very ricli stiver ni nes have been discovered eight miles from Fort Kayatd. Deugntful showers or rain have fallen at Intervals during the past two weeks, und the crops, which were at one time regarded as almost a failure, now give promise ot a full average yio>i!. Active preparations are making for tlie celebration of the Fourth. The demonstra Ion will surpass any ever beiore made here. Speeches, music aud a grand Masonic :>uuquet will be among the chief features of the day. DOMINION OF CANADA. 'Obarrrnnce of Dominion liny?Cnvriliiig a Statue at Toronto? Atluree.i by the (>over* nor Cicncral. Toronto, July 2, 1870. Dominion Day yesterday was observed as a general holiday throughout tno country, the weather being very favorable. In tins cUy, in Queen's i'ark, a splendid monument, erected lu memory of the volunteers who fetl at the buttle of Rldgeway, during the first Fenian ra;d in loGii, was unveiled, ills Excellency the Coventor General was present ana delivered a m?isi eloquent address, which was followed by several ot. ors. leu thousand persons were present. The ceremony was most interesting, and great enthusiasm was manifested. CALIFORNIA. Shipment of Trrnauru i'or Kuifland?Arrivnl of Coolie* at .San Francisco?Partial Failure of the Wlioat Crop. San Francisco, July 2, 1870. The steamer Constitution sailed to-day for Panama. She carried $529,ooo In treasure for England. Seven hundred and Hlxty-sevcu Chinamen have arrived here the past two days, anil 8,142 since January 1. The sIhd Conquest eleured for Cork to-day wltti 15,coo sacks of wneat?tbe lirst of the season. Friendlauder's circular estimates the present wheat crop will lad 2,uoo,ooo centals short of the last, leaving 200,ooo tons lor export. The coinage at the Hrancii Mint during the past month was $l,8*o,ouu, and since January 1, f 1<),019,000. The Green Consul to-day presented a flag to the city. Interesting speeches were made on the occasion. 7UECHAPHIC NEWS ITEM. One hundred mid seventy-five Ohl?e*? hsve arrived at New Or It.ins via the I'aclbc Kaitroad to work oo plantations. Tbo United Statr? ateniier Tuscarora arrived at New Orleans yesterday morning. U is slated she If to tow Irou-clada to Key West. The Coroner's Inquest on the body of Qrtoe Rradiey, in Boiton, remiited In holding ber b tsuand, Edward Bradley, on the tliarjo of imir ler. Jolin S. Bull, eicht years of a?,e, reai ttnj In Fait Alb: nr. wax run over by a ear on the lluusou Itivcr Railroad yesterday ultornouo and was killed. Martin Kane w?i danjeroualy stabbed thin morning, during a liiiht at West Knrt, Bjnton, by Lawrence Murray, who la beta in t$,J0,l)dJ bail to answer. The wife of Horatio F. Slater, of Pharsalla, Chenango county, N. Y.. comir.l.ied salctda Thursday night by hanglug herself to a rafter of tbe house. The < idd Fellow* of Nortbweitem Pennsyivnnl.i will hare a grand celebration at Me.ulville ou the Fourth. Addreaaea are to be made by Vic . Piesident (,'oifaz auJ Past Uraud Matter John W. Stones. An accident o-curred on the Rock Island and Pacific Railway, yesterc '. near if'itnestead, Iowa, caused by the breaking or at aim. William Til ford, of Marengo, was Instantly Lnla.l anil several othora wounded. The New Hampshire Lnglsl-Uura adjourned tin* tiit yastarday, after a *e??l<m of twenty-ihrua d*ys. The contract between the Concord and the .SonLorn itallroadt wai austained In the Home, but deflated in the Henaiv, leaving the question with tba court*. Two icveral attempt* to deposit the aaoond $5(10 in the Mct.'oole Allen roaicli, at 8t. LouU, failed In consequence of some iniiundaratRm'.lug. Roach, the re(ire?entuii?e of Allen, yeaterd*y claimed the money (igl.OUO) already deposited. Many persona bora consider the li^ht oil . , A WOMAN BADLY ASSAULIEO. Lust evening Alexander Ridge, of No. 30 Parle street, called at tno Franklin street pollcc station and reported to Captain Kennedy that liW wire (Mary) had been assaulted and badljr beaten by Lawrence Sullivan at her residence. Captain Kennedy investigated thecuxe and found that the woman was ho baaly Injured trial it was deemed proper to send her to Betievue llospttal. auiUvan was arrested and locked up. ORK HERALD, SUNDAY, THE IBUbOCCiMC ?ICBr lull National Interest lu tlir> Coming Contest?"All lteaoy"?Change In the Point of Htnrtlngr. 1 London', July 2,1h70. There la much Interest felt in ttio international yacht race between Mr. Astibury'a Cambria und Mr. Bennett's Daantl< ss. All the lit tails, tor tho Hlart were finally fixed today. It was at first proposed to start from Old Iload of Kluaale, about Urtoeii miles from the entrance of Cork harbor; but to-day Daunt Head buoy was substituted. Daunt Head is about thirteen rolles farther east than Kiasale Head, aud wlriiln a snort distance ot Cork harbor. THE STEAMBOAT RACE. Tbe tirent Race on tbe Ntwlulppl Dctwoea 1 lb* Bt??ni?n Robert ?. l<ee and Natchez. 1 Memphis, July 2, 1870. I Tbe excitement iu regard to the steamboat race la- 1 creases hourly, ami tbe betting Is very heavy, with 1 llillc odds In favor of either boat. Experienced 1 steamboat men claim that lite Natchez will 1 have a great advantage in the river from here to Cairo. As tbere is no 1 telegraph ofllce between here and Vicksburg, except at Helena, and the bo.its will not probably reach , there before iour o'clock, nothing can be ascertained at present. 8 veral boats Will leave Here at iour o'olo. k with excursion parties to meet them. Ample ariaiigeuienui have ueen made here for coaling. J Tugs wi 1 b stationed in the mi idle of the river ut ] eigiit o'clock wltu bar^M to supply them without ' their having to scop. 1 Tbe Lee Ahead at Helena. llELKNA, Ark., July 2, 1870. The R. R. Lee passed here at 4:30 and the Natchcz ut 5:24 P. M. Tbe Natchez broke her pump last night, and lost thirty-six minutes. EUROPEAN MARKETS. London Monicy Markkt.?London, July 3?3 P. M.?Consul* cluaLii at 1*. , for bulb luuney unj tbe account. American ?eoililile? quint. blvc-twcuty buudi, lMii, 9(i*4; IbUi, o.J, SOJj; 1ntf7, S9\; ti*u lorllro, 8'^'. Mocki quiet; Erie hallway (bare*. lit,; llllnola Central, 114^; Atlantic and Grout *>ealero, S7>4 Paris Boukhr.-Pauis, July 3.?Tbe Bourie cloned quiet. Rente* J2f. 70c. Kkankiort Bourse.?Frankfort. Jul* 2 felted State* live-twenty bon.u closed urm. Livkbi'ooi. Ootto.i Mark?t Livmpooi,, July 3?8 I*. M.?Cotton 'I lie cotton market closed dull. Middling upIntids, 9'?d.; middling Orleans, IU'?d- The sales of tin- day Imve been e.OOo bales, inciudiu,; l.UOU for speculation aud export. HavmCotto.n Mahkkt. -lUvitf, July 2.?Cotton tlie cot'on market opened quiet, botli on the spot und afloat. Livekpooi. HubvMtrti km Mau:.cr.? Livrni-oui., Juy 2?u jkl.--liroixisiuUs quiot. W li i it, *i. I'd. percental lor red ?> esiern No. 2. Liverpool Provisions Mauket LivrarooL, July 8?P. M. Pork dull. lIV.IFnUL PBOlHJOtf M ABKFT. ? LlV f.HI'OOI.. July a 'J P. m.?Helloed petio emu. in. <d. per gallon ; turpentine, 2<n. ted. | ei cwt.; linseed oil nrin; hop, ,uiet. Pktvolkuu MAKicr.-A.iTwtup, July i?Petroleum cl?aed I i ui. tlavitr ?n>ttos M attn ft.?H a v ttK, July 2.?Cotton Closed <juiat lor on the spot an j afloat. i ?CBA?ftsh&5? CttAfK D. B?ld Bnrsrlorr ?n Hollerith*, N. J.?The UnrCl?t? Surprised and One ot Them shot?llin riuay Carried Oil' by Hi* Confederates. Belleville, a pleasantly situated io.vii on the banks i of tne russule river, Just above NewtirX, M J., was toe stone, early yesterday uiornius:. oi not u little excitement consequent on tlie appearance In the placa of a aatig of five decorate burglars and the supposed fataily wounding of one of them by a German cleric in the employ of Mr. J. F. Wisschusen, an extensive grocer whose store tltev had broken | Into and nibbed. ' About ha i-puflt one o'clock yesterday mornintr young Adolph Schmidt, the clerk who slept in the store, wan aroused br the barlriug of the dog. Pretty soon lie heard other noised as or persons rolling casks in the cellar. Grasping a revolver out he sallied through the back door, which op^ns on tue riverfront. T( n feet o.; stood a man whose movements and lootjs appeared anything but honest to Adolph. Observing the stranger level a pistol at liim Adolph did so too and Are* instantly. Down dropped the stranger, throwing up Ids arms and uttering a wild cry. Adolph's hall had taken effect with a vengeance. The burglar's pistol went off also, but fortunately mlim me clerk. Tatlatter stepped back into ihc s.ore, at tlie same lime observing tore# men imroMk tlie piostrate itoly iioin an adjoining yard and a fourth net ashore out oi a boat thai lay alongside the wharf. Tins latter fellow took tieliberate aim at Schmidt, but the latter mm4 to bear a charmed I fe. I he leaden messenger ol death whizzed oy ins bead a trifle nearer than waa comfortable. Picking up tlicir Wounded comrade the miacreanta beat a retreat ior tne boat and made good tueii eecape. as soon as theeltlMna gathered put'buit was uiude, but 01 no avail, The villains i.ad evidently intended to clear oui the sture pretty much, lor hams and butter were found scattered around. It is believed that they lud wagons on tue Hudson county side of the riv r and . escaped that way. No.ir w.icrc the wounded burglar leii w is found his revolver?a bran new, silver-mounted Coifs. Aruc.es of burglars' too.s were also found. It is not a ilttie singular that u grocery store ou the site at Mr. Weescbueen'i waa eot nre toand destroyed about a year ago, us believed, alter having be m piundere I. The lmprc3*iou picvars that the burglars of yesterdav morning had to do wltn the arson case also. The rumot was curreut yesterday that a wound d man I,a I be^n taken t<> the G lend ale House, a In.stt'liii: on the Bergen plunk road that nas lnoro ih^n unci* been the scene of bloody affrays. fcLOPcSI.HT tXTHAl D N-VRY. A Music Teacher of Flttniiina Disappear* with a Vobiw t*irl, Thirteen Years Old?threat Incitement in tho Village. The village of Flashing was thrown Into great excitement yesterday oy the rumored elopement of a weli known music teacher by the name of Kaufman und a yoni.g girl, the adopted daughter of !<anc Faynter, only thirteen yeurs of age. Who went by the name of Jane I'ay .iter. At lirst the story was discredited: no one would believe It, and although Kaufman had not been seen since Friday mornlug, at wnich time he gave some music lessons to a number of his pupils, his line appearance mid the universal esteem in which he was held by his acquaintances iu the village was so strong that tlie most direct proof was necessary to conviuce tno public. It seems that Kaufman boarded at the house of Mr. Paynter; but in all the long months that he has lived in the family his conduct has been the most respectful towards the family, and, as rar as uould be seen, towards Jane. Ife treated her kindly. It is iruc, but like a child rather than an e<|iial. In a number of instances, when she lias shown a desire to go to place* of amusement, he has offered to accompany her, but lu a manner implying that It was rather as a favor towards the family than au act of personal enjoy merit. At dances, a number oi whica the; attended, Kaufman seined to take more pleasure 111 the society of other and older young ladies, at one time e en having be> n joked about it; but ail this seems to have oeen a part of the plot to ruin an innocent child and throw a f imilv into mourning. On Thursday eveuing Jane, who had seemed troubled for some time, was asked by Airs. Faynter to tell her what the matter wae, and she then discovered the deep damnation o. the smooth-tongued, oliy-looking Individual whom she had been harboring in her own household. It seems that lor a long time he hud been on terms 01 improper intimacy with the child, and had at flrsi overcome her scruples paaly t>y threats and partly by promises. The child was also iound to bo In an interesting situation. The nej^t forenoon, and before anything could be done about the c.mc, tlie parlies summarily left. At present nothing has oeen heard or thc.r whereabouts. The c.tizens all evince a desire to haw Justice done tho villain, but noihln^ as yet lias been determined upon. ANQThtR StHSATlUN EXPLODED. Mr. Klzold, of I'.iiiin lllil, Snfe Home. Yesterday morning one oi the finest sensations which graced the columns of the New York press some time a?o was spoiled completely by the safe ] arrival at his home of IrederlcK Etzold, lor whose i disappearance the most extraordinary theories were ( advanced by hungry Bohemians. The ilEitw.D's version of Etzold's absence proves now to liave ioen the correct one?namely, inat Frederick took Freii. Ii ! leave or house and home to enjoy a few weeks of quietude and freedom Irom the calls of certain gentlemen who were Importunate enough to request, their own pennies from hua. Several bills duo by Mr. Etzold became payable during his vacation, nnd tho men who endorsed them, it is rumored, had to come forward with the dust. Yesterday forenoon, however, Mr. Etzold was seen ploddnij* his vray up the hill, accompanied by his wife, who wa so troubled at his prolonged and mysterious absence. The rumors rife as to his whereabouts are various, the most generally accepted being that he was in Chicago. By the time he entered his residence, at the corner of Blum street and New York avenue, numerous heads were popped out through the windows, and many a cunalng wink was exchanged among the citizens, who seemed to understand the anan thoroughly. It is said that Frederick, will remain at home for a short time. a JULY" 3, 1870.?TRIPLE THS INDIANS. rha Sioux on the Warpath?Parties of Unarmed Woodchoppers Attacked?Friendly Indians Driven from Their Reservations?The Frontier Lines to be Strengthened?Sheridan Taking the Savages in Hand. WASIIINUTUN, July 2, 1870. It appears from a despatch from General Hherltan, dated yesterday, that the Indians attacked a ?rood train, near Tori. Futterman, last Wednesday, tilled one man and corralled the train for one day, tud then moved off In the direction of Curt Lara:nle. lie also telegraphed to General Shermau a report of several skirmishes between the Sioux Inlinns and the settlers In the direction of the Winnipeg country. He says he very much tears that tnese roun? men or the Yankton Sioux are simply making heir reservation a iiase of operations and supply, is they got the food to stare on tho war-path frotn ssues, and if pursued take refuge on the reaervaInn The following letter was received at the Indian Bureau to-day Headquarters, Fort Buford, > Pacitaii Tkrritcry, Juno 13, 1870. | lo ['.revet Brigadier General Urken, A-^lataut Adjutant General:? khai?l have the honor to report that a large party of Indians, supposed to be the line papas Attacked eight men oeionging to a wood contract .r's train, accompanied by eight Indian scouts, this morning anil wounded tour of lliem, oue very severclv. Two companies of iho Seventh miantry, under Colonel Glibeit, arrived yesterday, and at ine time of the attack I was m the act of turning over ttio command. Immediately alter being informed or the attack 1 sent Lieutenant Townseud, with about thirty men. In pursuit. They ova took the Indians, and a severe light ensu d. laeut. Tdwusona Kii.ea one Indian, ami ne reels very confident of inflicting ttuer losses on the party. Burnt (ten we eater ained i<>r the safety of iiio woodchoppers about elgitieeu miles above the post. Colonel Gilbert is about to senu a detachiueui to ascertain what, ti any, damage they sustained. 1 am, General, you:a, Ac., HEN KY A. MOKKOW, it.evctcol. United States Aruiy, commanding post. By telegraph from Chicago, Illinois, July 2, to General VV. T. Sherman:? Several war parties of Indians have appeared at or crossed the Union l'acillc Kaihoud at diilereut points, between the 2.'d and JCtu of tins month, On the 2.d a party crossed at Booking Glass creek; ou tl.o J>tn a party of loo appeared at Medicine How; on the MOth a pariv of seventy-live crossed the road at Separation, koi.ik South; ou me 26tii u war party of sixty crossed at Rawlins; on the 2>>tu Indian fires weie seen ou Me ilcitie How; about iii'iy Indians appeared ut Coiuo ainl Medicine liow. This information is .ill oillclal. Small parties of noops ha\e pursued these Indians with as yet unknown result . P. H. bHE&lDAN. IIKADQt'AltTEKS OK TI1K AKHY, I Washington, D. C., June ao, 1870. ) To General I*. H. Shkhidan, Couunaudlug Military Division of Missouri:? ^ our il sp itc.i or yesterday is received announcing the simultaneous appearance of war panes, vMiom I ta*c to l>e Moux and Northern Arapahoes, along the Pacific Kstdioud bevoad Fort Saunders, it senilis to uie prudent to streugihun the hue of tne road its much as possible in that quarter with tuo inian ry so disposed mat your cavalry will be in hand and ready. You can trail.-,fer the 'fourteenth luiauir.v to t.eneral Auytir whenever you please. U is the ouly rognuent available. | W. T. SHERMAN, General. HBADQUAKriM, l Military Division ok Missouri, } Chicago, 111., June a.?, ltsto. ) General w. t. Sherman, Commanding United States Army:? Gk ukai.?i have the honor to acknowledge the receipt oi a communication iroiu tlio Vice Consul or Fembina in reierence to the movement oi hostile Sioux from the Winnipeg country in the direction of Uentoii. 1 heard reports lrom Indian, of some import while I was in tue upper country, ami thl \k that some of tli >se Sioux have crossed over and have made iheir head .uaners on Milk river. All the frienJIy Indians, such as the tiros Ventres, of the prairie, have lieen driven in by these Indians ami b.v war parlies of Yarn ton Sioux and An papas?the former from the reservation of tort Kaudall. A war pa. ly aiso attacked at llulord, on the 14th iu>t.. .hree or tour days afier 1 passed over that country, from the stream which I had to abandon lot) inl.es above liul'orU's. The part* was about 400 s rong and came in ou my tiall. They lirst s ruck a wood party lrom the p:>st, WuICh had an escort ol six Indian senilis, who fled to the post, leaving the wood party to defend lt-cll, whlcn 1> did uiit.l the troops came to the rescue. Kour of the woo t choppc s wae wounded to me tight. Hio Indians itucie l the post und a lively light took place in iront ol the gams ,n. I very inu. h lear that these yo .ng in ii of ilie Yancton SI ux are sim,<ly niakliu tmlr lesei va .on a base of opeiatl ns and stipp.y, us they f.i i thi n loud to start ou the war path iroiu issues, a id if pursued take reiuge In ti e reservation. Yours truly, I', il. SHKHIDAN, Lleuu-n mt General. All the uvailable military in Washington and v.ctniiy were this morning despatched to Geueral sheri dan. Outrage* at Hauth Puss?Three Men Tortured to Deutli???ew L>? lor White Men's Ten liana. Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory, July 2,1870. A letter from houth Tuna says (m JunefJS tlie Indians stole lrorn tUat v icinity nluety-eight heail of homes anil mutes. ihe citizens pursued the Indians, liut nil their horses being gone could not retake the stock. They found the bodies of l)r. Hard, Harvey Morgan and Mr. .Yiason, they having been captured by me Indians ?nd tortu.ed to death. Morgan was salpcd, tho.rliiK l oil of a wagon ortvon through his nea t and the tendons down ids spine taken rot' how strings. The Indians who committed the depredations were Arapahoes nu I ?loux. COUBT 3F SPECIU. S?S3.0NS. R.'fore Judge Shandley. There was a calendar or aiiout forty-two ease; be'ot this court yesterday moruin,, none ol them however, be.ug of any interest except the follow ing:? do doe vs. do ix j e. Mluot Dodge, a veuerahle and antiquated hum' mer, not having been oil the Island for some time, and fre.ting himself for a bask in the sunshine o that classic region, walked up to I'eter Connor; while ho was sitting at the pier foot of Warren street a few days since, and requested a tight with that young man: but, failing in getting It, deiihe r. ii?Iv milled < 111T 11 in.ckcf. km.o nn.i iir. iv ir wifn mailc? intent, across Connors' throat. Comiois dodged ilio kn 0' and thereby escaped wItu u scratch. Dodge will rusticate fur llic ensuing six months. A M at.mors RASCAL. .lames On I B young nun Who ro recently employed on ttie sii p Young America, now lying at one o, the East river jiii rs. (ieorge lumuilugs, Lite captain o The ship, discharged him a day or two ago, having no work for him to do, which so enrage 1 Craig mat he contrived to get on board the ship ii ltd destroy a beautiful ivory model of a slop which Captain C trainings bad sprat all his spam hours for tnree years past In briugliK' toeompleti n. The destructive Craig was sent up for iwo months and is to pay a tine of II.tv dollars. 8ENTIMKSTAL IIAKTIIOI.OMKVV. Bartholomew Upton Is an ugly looking In dividual, in whose boson, however, dwell moat sentimental ledums tow.ird one Ellen Bradley, whose inisbehavioar some time since ij< ::? her on the Istaud. Bartholomew, pining lor the absent F.!ie:i. In thought ttax how he conid manage to secure the i reaence of his charmer, as a free woman, on the glorious uaiioiial festival to be celcbrateo on Monday next., and hearing so much t IK about the Uauia o.-s and the i timbria his befuddled mind seized hold of tlie Id^.v of a boat. The boat go;, and, Willi ihe ilg.it ol the iiK.on, of course, Bartholomew rowed in i little bark to Blackwell island's shore, when, Jnat astir.' tair aud trail lail-n was ahoat tmbi:iking utiil r ihi! protection of the chivalrous liariholotnew, Keeper .lames Knox. of tH0 Pentt> ntlary, came upon the scene and all p. or Ba thoiomew's plans weie upset. Sad (len<nien\eut It was that Bartholomew should bullion ami theru arrested, but the loss of his liberty en I of his Eden's weighed so powei lull.v upon his ustoiii?ncd nerves lhat he quietly resigned himself to hw laie. Cruel pence, ignoring Bartholomew's chivalry, sent hliu ii;> for six inontiis. JOHN HOXTOIS, THE BRAVE, ANI? HIS A'.t.Y. John lloxton hau tne courage, a tew days i:g>, on meeting Kaie Tlmpson, at. the corner <>f Tldrt th street and sixth avenue, to give her a blow in the laee, lor which Kate very properly g>.t him arrested. tin his being arraigned In conrt, it appeared that some male fre*i;d of llox oil's lial called an Kale representing himself t > be a policeman with a view toaiHJitle in-iitof thedtiliculiy. Uoxton tva tnerefore remanded lor *enten< e lor the charge mi- mhqH anal the bogns officer has be d formally dealt with according 10 law. ?4PTUJNNG AN A5SEKAL. In the Tombs Police Com t yesterday, iieiore Justice llcgan, Henry W, Iloileti, of Sprlnjrileid. Mass., charged Thomas Coyle with having stolen from hltn 100 Smith's and Colt's revolvers, valued nt ii.ooo, md the property of Horace Smith and 1). It. Weston. Complainant represented that a person named Sinitn had ordered the revolvers from hliu, ?nd irdered that they should be taken to tin "woo.leu factory," whero complainant, en culling with the revolvers, refused to accept a check lor the amount, md on his return to ilio lactory, after a brief absence. he found that the revolvers had been taken iw?.v somewhere. An officer ?t the Second orecinct Lfestilled that he found souie of the propcity in p>?lession ot the accused, who wa-. held io au'swer accordingly. SHEET. PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE Pranlant Arrlral? In Tbls City Yeilrrdi;. General E. J. I'urker, 11. C. McCoruilek aud F. U. Md'heraon, of Washington; L. M. Block. ot Montana; J. K. Hawley, of Counccticut; E. D. I'rmt, of O.iialia; Cougresainan Oakes aiuom, of Massachusetts; E. II. liowcn, of Woodstock, and J. Y. Taylor, of the Culled State* Nn vy, arc at the Astor House. General N. B. Forrest, of Tennessee; Senator Blodgett and I)r. Tbomas F. Green, of Georgia; General E. M. McCook, of Colorado; W. Wilkinson, of Minnesota, und J. F. Joy, of Detroit, arc at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Governor Stevens, of Kentucky; Kcv. J. Perelval And II. Chamock, of New Orleans; II. Dvke Gautter, of Keluis, France: T. M. 8. Hhett, of South Carolina, and John Burke, of Texas, are at the New York Hotel. W. D. Bush,of Delawaro; C. II. Ramsay, of Albany; E. J. Underwood, of Kk-tuaoud; II. T. Morrison, of Washington, and G. M. Wheeler, of Chicago, are at the Metropolitan Hotel. Mr. Robinson and S. O. Jacox, or England; 1). W. Kelsey, of Philadelphia, and H. Du Font, of New Jersey, are at the St. Charles Hotel. M. L. Downs, of Saratoga; W. U. Merrlam, of Troy, and J. W. o'Kane, of Philadelphia, are at the Westminster Hotel. Hugh Mackay, of Montreal; W. Markhatn, of Atlanta, Ga., and Ellsworth Wostervelt, of Staten Island, are at the Everett House. Colonel Go we n, of London; D. Sevlgert, of Kentucky; Wiley Woodbrldge, of Savannah; Judge l'alge, of Washington; Colonel J. J. O'Fallon, ol St. Louis; J. B. Libly, of Portland, and Colonel ItonlvlUe, or St. John's, N. B., aro at tne Filth Avenue Hotel. Paymaster J. S. Hart, of the United States Navy; Charles Cauiegle, of Toronto, and Richard E. Carliar:, of Chicago, are at the Irving House. Behor M. Lopez Roberts, Minister, and Seflor Marquela, of the Spanish Legation, aud Samuel C. Blgelow, of San Francisco, are at the Albemarle Hotel. R. H. Neeley, of New Orleans; L. L. Crounse, of Washington; s. O. Wheeler, of Chicago; General I). W. C. Baxter and Major II. T. Do Silver, of Philadelphia, arc at the Hoffman House. Bishop Young, of Florida; 1. D. Foster, of Maine, and 11. 0. May, of Philadelphia, are ai the Coleman House. Professor Sibley, of Quebec; Dr. Anderson, of Wuverly, Nova Scotia, and Captain Jann-s Youust, of St. Albans, VU, ure at the St. Elmo Hotel. Prominent Departures. Senator Dooliitle, for Philadelphia; Major Vance, for Key West; IX Newhall, for Milwaukee; W. Dorsheiiner for Buffalo; J. Nesbitt and J. J. Wilder, for Savannati; Colonel II. MeCouib, lor Delaware; Potter Palmer, for Chicago; General Burnside, for Providence; H. 0. Knight, for Massachusetts, aud General Friable, for Albany. American* In Europe. The following is a lint or Americana registered at the offlv es of Bowles Brothers A Co., 449 Stiand, Charing Cross, London, aud 12 Kue de la Palx, Parts:? AT TUB l'AR18 OFFICE, FOtt TUt WEEK ESDI NO jink 10. Philadelphia?F. G. Paluier, G. W. Johnes, Mi-s Josephine Jolinis, Pnlllp S. JustJohn K. Orne, C. A. Perkins. Slianghae?J. B. Ludiani. New Orleans? J. s. uyle-by. Boston ?A. C. Baldwin, Edward L. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter, l)r. Cordon and family, Alex. F. Wads worth, llenry Belfcna;>, Miss Annie S. Sa: gent, Alfred M. Ballard, N. Phillip >, llenry Tolinau, K. S. Milton, Frank II. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Strong, Mrs. H. C. Haywood, Mr. and Mrs. C.iarles Blake, WU.Ie O. Blake, K. W. Wheelock, Mr. John C. Hopes, Mrs. \\ m. Hopes, Mi.?s Trask, Mr Wheeiock. MissE. F. Pope, MissC. A. Potxs. Brooklyn?Frank Fowler, Miss Fowler. Ne*r York?J. F. Cowan, Jr., V. B. Depierrea, Thomas .storm, A. R. Whitney aud ramlly, B. 1(. Rogers aud lamily, G. 8. Partridge. Jr.; Albert K. Strasuy ,J. p. llowell and wile, Henry V. Burgj, Charles D. l>e Ford anu wi e, Mrs. Alexander Uumrill, Miss S. E. Kumiill, Miss J. B. Ruin rill, deortte K. Otis aud lamily, James M. Drake, General II. a. Stnalley, Mine Borda, n. C. Revlord, (i. F. Jones au<l wife, Miss M. Jo-'-phine Joues, Miss Ada F. Jones, Mr. aud Mrs. E. G. burner, Frank Le.-dle, Miss C. M. Mitchell, . liss Cora Mortal, Miss M.vra Moi.at. San Francisco?C. F. Fargo, James Finala. St. Louis?James Hlchardson, Mrs. J. Itlchardsou, Mrs. C. Specit, Louis P. P.am, Clovelaud, onlo?Lhar.es F. ki muter. Haliimore?Win. Penu Lewis. Jl.irtlord?Win. G. Bnuce. Lou Ion? P. Macnuo. Chicago?Mr. and tors. Chauucy, T. lioveti, Nelson Ma-on. Rev. Clinton Locn.e. Daxt,m?J. P. Davis. Kluilrii? Frank Hull. AT TJK LONDON OFFICII, KOlt TUK W2EK ENDING junk 17. New York.?Rev. S. F. Duniiam, J. Buchanan Henry. Geo. Kemp and family, John W. Deeruu, Mrs. John W. Deeriug, E. R. yumard: John 111; key; Joint A. Sims, C. C. \\.ilte, Mrs. Wane, Mrs. CaulKliu, Mrs. Warner, Miss White, Miss Auies, Mr. und Mrs. A. M. Burt, IX G. Crosby, weorge K. Otis, Albert E. Ntrasney. R. Wat'-i house, the Misses de Groot, Miss S. O. i.i iuau, J. s. OvMUttr, Miss J. VFtir, Oronwoil Hadden, IX N. Barney and family, Mrs. C, und Miss Laddcn, Walt r Brown ami lani ly, L. W. Weeks, Geo. F. Bassett, Geo. L. Kent and wife. A. F. Mellows, George Ma lion and l'auiiiy, J. W. Fuller, John P. Howard, Austin Baldwin, A. C. Li wis, Mr-. 8. 1). and Misa Furite, Rubt, Niettol, Cfcaa. Loci), a. w. Morgiiu. Miss jtuUae Morgan, iiih a. Nanuuer, William W. H?rov. Boston?John T. Read, Mi s .ieunie Hooper, Mar<,u W. Hooper, Mi^s Mluot, Miss Lucy 1. Bingham, Dr. A. I'roadfoot, Cnaiics H. Rogers, Claude L. Ki-tile, Thio.orc i hase, it. W. Scar-, Mi-s a. L. Sears, Mrs. K. A. Cole, Mrs. E. S. McGaw, T. M. Rhodes, A. Kingman :>nd lamily; Geo. Titatcnar, Joau K. Welch. Miss Mt*u Ptiiiiii s, Miaa Piullpa, mi?-s NlekMson; s. T. Bacon. John '1'. Heard, tors. Heard, Dr. Ira L. Moore, J- tin Webster, Mrs. John G. v\e ister, Miss C. E. Webster; Geo. B. Upton. Jr., aud family; miks Riviere, juo. J. Russell, Miss. A. E. Russell, Geo. T. Aimed, Charles .Blake, Mrs. Charles Blase, Mr. c. Blake, Jr.; W. A. Marstou, (liaiies iiayd n, M . and Mrs. aicx' under strong. D. G. Cros iy. Washington? Clnis. A. Page and lanidy. Cincinnati?K. II. i'eui.eton, Mr*. Marwuall. Miss E. Aiiaius, J. a. l'onieriv und farml.v: Miss Poitcr. Worcester?Mls-i L. b. Fames. Philadelphia?Mrs. il. C. Davis, Miss Lawto/), John C. Lund, H. O. Lippiucott. ami .Misses K. A. an 1 II. Lippiucott; James Muliken, J. M. Fisher. Chicago? L. A. Wh.tuey,) l>r. To lmauj WUeeier anil wife; or. W. 11. Fitch: Ludiugion aud iivuilly. Georgia? f General P.. Hay nc. Baltimore?J. II. Mercer. Ohio ? 4 General W. M. McCook, Juts IdcCook, Mrs. M. G. Davis. Wcybrldgi ?Mrs. >uitiiiel llngiit. Warren? R. J. Frank. W. Freeborn. Mobile?II. o. Brewer. Paris?Dr. C. S. Robinson. Nice?Dr. Montanuri. Maine -J. Edwin Shcrimm, ftlrs. .1. E. Sncrmau, i Master Henry Sherman, Mi.*s 11. F. 'luck, nr. B. F. i Teft. Paris?Prince Charles Emuianucl de Godov, Prince Camillo do Polignac. J. A. Weston,.). L. To nton. Albany, S. Y.?Rev. Royal Marshal. Port Huron, Mich.?J, Moun:ross. Wilmington, Del.? James Crookes. California -llorace Vv. Carpentier. Dawell, Mass.?Mrs. kuiihoiii Reed. mihs H. li"Rd, miss A. Reed. Hartford. Conn.?H. C. White, Miss S. II. White. Ni w Bedford. Mass.? M. I", iiacnawuj. New Jersey?Mis. E. R. Mlddlebrook. Wasiuiigtou ? Charles a. Page and family. Cnba?J. Murdock. Cunia?J. McDinald. St. Peters burp, Kiif>ia H. Waits. Mo-cow, Russia?N. Vtschniakoflr. Crefeld, Prussia?ij. Von Bceke.nth. Scotland?Miss Elizabeth Ncilsoti. Toronto?J. Proudfoot, Mr. Lidded. aiuifKi iitaitii i i iiLivJCii Hi it How Coroner Uurnn Ta i?li> u (be Hmily of I.mw?VVnrulnir fo t!ii* OuclarK. Soinc days ago t woin.iD name I Mary Abraliull, or Jersey City, fell down sia!r< a a was ho Injured that death soon ensued. Dr. loiinan, v. n j was called ou, gave a certlfloaUi of bu.nii ami the body was interred In Greenwood Cemetery. The case came lo the notice oi Conner Inn ns, who tti one* communicated with the New York Hoard of Health, and the result wa; thai the bodv wan disinterred, and it wa-> lownd thai the liny-clan already named had made a pout-mortem c\ 'uiiuatl<ui wuiiom conha 1 ririjjt anv oi the friends of deceased. Corouer I liuru4 coirim>*n::ed an lmiui-t and l>r. Mulcahy made a r^auiar pnst-mortem examination, which cou'd uot t> saUslaetory ow.dr ioiuo previous dissection. The lin|ii"<t was concluded yesterday and the Ju.'" rendered a verdict cenmmo* l?r. Kormaa lor mux iff t' poht-iuoriem examination without the const"it of Mr*. Abrah.Ul's laniliv. The Colon, r l?<ued a notice a few days ago warning |ihvs clans thai iu ca e they undertake to <I|mpose fuinumriiy of cases of sudden death wiihout notifying himth y will luuiri' heavy responsibility. Oat of nearly twenty snadeo dwilu reoently obi* four have i>oen brought to Ins u nite by the a i>ndIng physit lans. 't he New York Hoard or Health have issued orders to the Jersey City and Hoboken lerry companies on the same subject, and heneeforward all certificates will he subverted to a close scrutiny bu.ote luncrals can cross the femes cither way. STATE FWSUa_IIWTHlY g?C8S0. Tlie total number of convict* ia the male department of ?lug 8111(5 PriBou uu June 1, wok 1,170. baring the month forty-one were lecelvetl und thirtyeight discharged?leaving the total nuuit?er of males l cmittnlng on Juno "M 1,173. la lite female prinon there were on tlie l*t of the month ai>ov? stated lJH lumatea, Since then there were received during the month tour; (Uncharged Ave. T'?'al remaining June 30.1J7; making the grand total of convict* In both [)l lioiti 1,:um. HAYAL IN TE USE MCE. Rear Admiral Wlnslow has tieen ordered to the command of the I'aciflc fleet on the 1st of August, and wilt relieve Rear Admiral Tujucr who Is placed on vue retired iuu? e 7 THE NATIONAL GAME. ' Uom Hill va. Alplia?'Tb? (Jollefc-iuua Ficto* rlona. YestenlayM victory for Roue Hill (St. John'* Co*over the Alpliu Club <f Urooklyu, a niroug iiinuttur club, enibrucuu auic>n? its pluymic mem* hern the onoe rauioiw FiedUy Craue, of tbe Atluutica, Inspires the collegians of Forilliiiin for their grand mutch ol Tuesday wUQ lUtrvurJ. Compared Wittt lac Kmiie piuyua on Fritlay wean iohc tiill and the Mutual.s, the dUpia* yesterday waafar mniertor, tlie collegian*' fliililiiiK ImjIuk alinoMl faultier. The Rami* wan unnecewarily drawn out by the leuleniy of the umpire in in- matter of calling balm. Toward the clone iu>*o ma lot out their luttlnjc power, and maile lively work of it fo-- the Alpha*. Crane, at Kccoud baae, appeared mute at bouut, and, although counlderably out ><f practice, played with much of the quickness ami beauty of Omen gone by. The full measure of the day's work twiiist given lu the Bubjolued table, comment la unneoi"<?ary:? aoBB 111 LI.. ALFUA. Playtri. (I. HAR.T. Plnfrr,. O.K.X13.T. Trampe, i. a. 8 6 14 Stark, lit b 4 111 <>loarey, a 4 2 3 IS KiMiM-n. v. f bill Villa, c. f 4 2 3 6 ?:r?nn, 3d l> 3 3 V * Hurni, r. f 3 2 1 1 Moody, c 2 1 3 Oallavoer, 3d b.... 3 3 4 4 Kre<l*ricki, I. f.... 1 (111 MclJarmolt, 2d b... 2 3 4 U Hall, 3.1 l> 2 2 3 It Doofey, I. 1 4 S 2 3 litliyir, p 2 I I % McMaiim, lit b.... 2 8 4 4 Col, r. f 4 1 I) 0 Swayne, p 1 S 4 4 Jamei, i.? 3 1 1 1 Total*. 27 1W JH 87 Total* 27 14 U 14 I.NNIMUH. (lulu. U. *<(. */. 4/A. 5th. 9th. 7Oi. Hlh. SlA. Kuw 11111 i4260au*7 #--? Alpha 1 5 2 1 li U 2 1 1 14 linplr#?Mr. Muun, of UN Atlaotlo Club. Tlmoof gauin l'wo houri and forty mluulM. Riiae Ball Notei. The Fourth Is taken advantage of by the ball club* for a peneral turnout and play day. The Excelsiors, or Brooklyn, go to Peeksklll and enjoy a game with the Dunderberg ClQt?; trie Alphas,- of Brooklyn, to Clover, Fulton county, there to play a^alust the Buckskin Club. The Atlantic* meet the White Stockings at the Capitoline. to Wltfle s whtch gain<? a larur of fifty cents wui bo channel. Wane upon tills point, the proprietor ot th : Union Orounds nnuounccH that the Mutual- White stocKing and Kckford sanies, to lx* played on Wednesday and ihursday, Mill ije but twenty-live eeiit*. On Tuesday the college game between ilie Hose illll and Harvard, wilt be played on the Yale ground, New Haven. 71 BE LI CiUAJD 81KCET. Shortly before twelve o'clock la*t night a lire wa4 discovered in the luney g >o Is store of Phillip* U Blldersee, on Hie first floor of the three story building No. 207 Grand street. Owing to the < omoustl'iie nature of the stock In the store tlio flames sprewd witii fearful rapidity, and la a few momenta the store was tilled with a great body of n tines. The lire ascended to the upper flo ?rs occupied as a dwelling l>y Mr. Isaac I'lnllips, one of th - Arm, and. in a v.-rv Mori time, me entire baluUag ?m gmtcd. I lie tl.lines tlien extended to the mo k and upper storb-H of the adjoining buildiugs, Nob. 2Ut?, 285, 283 and 2'H lirand street, wnich were all more or Icsa damaged. Tiie loss of Messrs. I'lllilips a Bil lersee ?h; stock and fixtures is estimated at $7.u:J0. and is said to bo fully couvered by Insurance. No. vmj is occupied by M. vioodklnd as a fancy g iods jtore. l>a nage (aOini; insured. No. 2H6 is o<eupt d iiy M. Kltiiuer us a fancy goods sto.v and the uiiii.t nart us a iiwi-iiiuir Losse Minuted at $5 out); Insured. No. 2W.I, occupied l>y (ieoige White, fan-y nnd dry goods hi<ire; loss $3,0o; insured for $s,oou iii iuo Home Companp. No. 291, occo led by A. ('. Streuz, c)oak and shawl store; I >ss )8,uuu; chiefly by water; I auriHl for $n,iwo. The buildings are iiu na ;eJ tu t lie extern ol $?,uuo, and are aa.d to be Insured. THE CO ills Clll IHAUSUiL. The ">kln" (lame on Practised At the Seventh iiidrlrt Civil Court. Tbe case of Oeorge Pergtuon, reported In the IlKatAi.it some days ago, who la chained with feloniously representing huuse.f an a city marshal attached to the Seventh District Ctvtl Court, catue up for hearing yesterday before Justice Hixi.y at tlm Yomvtlle Police Court. The exact charge against the accused is that he "beat"' a woman named Mrs. Purcell out of fifteen dollars. The clrcumstaii es of tue cane are as lollows:?It ap' pears tint Mr. Joseph 11. liray claim* to i?e Hie landlord of a house f-ittifttel between Fifty-sixth and Fllij-scventh streets, on llroaiwujr. This litAue lie let to Mrs. t a Hun lie Pul'Cell, who occupied it subsequently as ft boarding lions?, she liav.ti.; a ,reed, b a vernal simulation, to pay twenly-one dollars us rent. Having owe i dray tor a inou h's rent ho brought a nil against her In the Seventh LMst.ict Civil Court to recover unit amount, an I ju lenient was given agaiust lier i>y Justice Magulre. Shi' pai l seventeen dollars to llra.v, the landlord, and told liiiii that she would pay bun the reniaiud.r in a few days. A lew days after get in.: the seventeen dollars liray went to her and told her that lis wanted the reut. lie was not in the burnt of giving her * receipt. She oflhiM to ptj bin four dollars, v. lint sue considered the b dance due. He refused to take this mil Mint unless be got the entlr amount oi twenty-one dollars. MM oeUMrre.i and wa-s-iuft fix oe.au.se she lia I no person t> prove thai she had paid the money, llray then got a man named Ferguson to repr sent 111 u.-eif as a ............. ......... >v - ... nci iiiiu 111/ trie Money, lie suiiseijiu ut y oil red 10 liuv - lier r< in <t:iic l in possess on <?r Hie "nreuiw:* in case -.lie pul<l III teen dollars. Sl.e puxl turn. Iiut lie d d not lullil lint promt* . 8ul<t?e iu*:uc quarres i'IihuuJ l?ertv en tlie i>ai tles. win u lie as 4 Uur badly ami directed her several times 10 clear o it. On ttio ca-e coming liefore Judge >;ixby .vest r?iay he wa-? lieid to hail. The case was adjourned unt 1 next WedUiswiay, when lurilier testimony will oe taken. Stafford'* Iron and Hulplmr Powder* Invigorate the bo ly and purily llie blood. A War of Rm'(.< i? TIircBii'iird.?Alnonileyert Celestial* are swaruilnif 111 Massachusetts, ami llir ?<>ns ol St. ( n?piu wax wroth tnereat. The greit llulter, h eyer, fear* no opposition. KNOX la aclua!!jr at the bead of faahlouable all air*, and beyond the reaeh of rival*. fcacb of Inn bat* It a brilliant Illustration of tux mat belle In urt, anil lilt customers urn bey ml computation. The silk, straw, !clt, ranvai, a id other Summer ntvle* of head gear, now on exhibition at 212 Broadway, corner of Kulton street, are attracting universal a'.taiitlon and uutuberlea* parciia* wit A.?Herrin?'? Patrn ClIAMI'ION SAFES. ill UiMuJway, corner M array *tr?et. A.?Knntn und HUoca ol Kvrry V'l.inty, nt reduced prices. K. A. BiiOOKS, 07a llrouiway Soiled Shoe* Unit price. All Wlin are 'I'mvrliinu and Inlrodwrlnr tho CHAMPION tow MILKhK combine business with pieamre. I'oinpaay'a odice J67 Broadway. At 3S9 Broadway.?The PhrrnnlnTlml MUSEUM la always open, and free to cltiXMU and strangers. Chart* of characters giveu when desired. Opuu on tb? Fourth. "All In Not <iol<l That UUtten." Why hav* the ladies or this city und vicinity dlfcsrde I Ihe various proprietary p ifTeil nostrum* Tor lbs hair ami now flu'l un ti |oyme contentment In 'he use ol UKSToltKIt A M Kit IDA T Blmply because K! SToRKK A MKKICA In no single lu?.Mt*e lis* proven anything save wuj'. It h is heou represented, while ilielr <ie..r.v purchased experience It? convinced i.'iem that many of the preparations with which UqrlWlH their la ic i tresses lo u..n a I.Mlii pbraw "iir.it iora quaedarn sunt reiiiedia perlcutus," and ihat Ilia timely advent of Ke.itorer America "upon the troubled water* " whs to th'in l UK "HOW OK I'KOMISb," Tllh B1.A< ON LI'JHT OK KAFKTY ! AnU for David's I'rizc Honjif the Cli^np^af a&d best lor lamily use. Oiocers seil it. Try it, you'll like it. A.?SlMW Hat [Vativitl, 4lh .Inly. Admission Tree, i.reat American ilat Co., at 118 Kulton street. New York. PANAMA am! STiCAW IIAT3 a specialty. At telali for sixty days. One Ilat or a million cheap lor cash. i .resit American llat Co., uc?t door to Tredwell .< .inrtnaii'a clothing Louie. K. N. WARKIIiLD. A.?*11 mimr llam In <<rent Variety ?t l'opu? lar jirli-m. DOL'GAN , lui NaMau itrrct, corner ol Ano. Hntclielor'* Iluir l*yr? I'lto Hmi ia t)i? world. The only p<" net live; kirmlcti, reliable, i sUtalv factory W Bona atrvet. K. A. Ilrouli*' lloot nnd Slioc Fmporiuw, 5'i Broadway, New York. Saratoga branch now 0|>uu For Country Hui?Liu??No Nawt t'Uu( at reduced rate*. 233 ltroadway. Fine Colli Hunting \Vni<-ho?, Warranted* a* low a* $4U c?cb. UKO. C. ALLEN. iil3 ftr idwny, under Ht. MicuaUa Hotel. Mlml?ii?nl Spring Wnior ii an InfnlHhle remedy l<o all <1iae.iaee ul tbe Itldnere. Kur atla by druggmla. ?<.? i' inpUICM. K. K. K. RADWAVS READY RELIEF cniva lire worst pain* Id froin one to twenty nitn'i'M. Taken Internally, 10 dropa to m tcaspoonful In water will ?'#^i the most violent pain*, crampa ano tpiuuis la a few mir* tea. It arl/ed with Aalatlr cholera, pain It, tU? itomaeh. bowela, dlarrhiea, <ll? ntery, colic, alrfc h*'4r;acht, noiir atouiauh, ?!,.!/ ' ' W nwtiiwu, ?* mu , fwuivncr. lir?i t I'liril, chll;?, b?il colli*. Inlliientu. or (>n /u or uuea?ln?.??. of any kind, *0 drops of Urn KfcADi' KhL JHF m water wlllaOord .aslant relief, and llie doss repeitr A trtrj hoar mill effect a ,p?edy cure. Tkr I prlabi I'm rtit T.'rmiU Company( No. 0 Barclay Klreei, next (tour 11 ihr4 ?(tor I/oum, up lU.n. The Mother's Itec ? <!>' For all dlssases with w/ueii children are afflicted In MRS. WINHLOW'S BOOTH'.Mil hT.tUP. It relleres the chiKJ from pain, etirss srtnd colto, regulates the stomach ind bowels, and during the proceaa of teething it giro rest and bsaJtk to the and cam it eafelf through the crH c*' | partM.