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6 SARATOGA BACErj, fifth Day of the Seaton?Three T jreiting Racet? Lobelia, Hia Lordahip and V B> B. tj,, Winoera-Particulars ? ^ T^e B#c,ng. pm v July 1?. rtiui ? beautiful <t ^ Although 'be suu ulione brightly upon tbo tr* ).ay? yj#re teuipore? t?j pleaaanl breeze, w) ^cfli w(lll excitement of the aaeea, mwle e*erjfo #Jy forget to examine the titer mometer?that t| ttievn was one conveniently near at band. 0B the previoua oars, there watt a great crowd o y per*nna present. Heautv and fashion chatted gay\y wirb cblralnc man on the grand *iand and In cr^nagea, or waved haudkeivUlefa In honor ?f the w fnalng heraea, Tbe track wa* la splendid condition to-day for apoe/j. Tne flrnt event wa* ,t hurdle rai e w in four atf.rtern; the smcoud a a'-lllng raoe for two-year olds. Mid The Sequel Stakes, two miles, for tliree-yeur*>lds. Five started on the ?< <*, and a more brilliant ntniggrie from end 10 end bus not ueen wttfiHMed M thla meeting. T&c Btaners in trie hurdle rac* were liObel|?, Ojntertnan. Jr., Herald ami Morris. oysterman. Jr..wan a great favorite jirlor tosaddiing, selling for as much as all the other* combined. After running one mil" and a <|u:irUT on the lead, and beiug dOB.'ly pressed at the time t>y Lobelia, he rati into instead of jumping over the hurdle, fulling down and throwing his rider. Mr. Allow*v. over his head. Jlllaway was on his feet In an Instant, has unfortunately not in time to avoid being struck down again by lobelia, lie was stunned by the blow he received from the mare, but wsts not dangerously liurt. After the fall of Oystenoan, Jr.. lobelia bad a very e.isy time, .it* the other two had tie? n >lispose<l of prior to that time, and them wu-iio interest in the last half nuleoftae run. Ttte second race w.ts Interesting from the fact of the lour youngsters who run being tlie get of different sires. The wi'.ner, His Lordship, was by Kentucky: the second being by Kuight of Sc. George and the other one that won a place was hy Censor. The fourth in ttie race was by Planet. Ills Lordship is a fine, large, powerful colt, and resembles his sire very much. He out out work trom ilie sun, wa- never headed, and won a capital race. The third event, however, m the feature of the day. Five excellent three-year-olds started, with Ihe regulation weight of 110 pounds up, and lau the two miles in the vainest manner. Maggie B. B.. by Australian, won the race by a head, alter a desperate finish with Major, Mr. Morris' Cavalier, oy Eclipse, being thirJ, tv;o lengths behind. Thin colt looks and runs very much like Narrasranset, Cavalier, however, only beat Mr. Croiiae's bay flllv liesard lor third place by a short heud. The fifth one, Mr. Swigert's Witchcraft, was well up with them all at the finish. The following are details ot the races in the order In which thev came off:? THK FIRST HACK was over eight liardles, two miles, with welter weights, for an ages, $600 to winner and $100 to.-second horse. For this affair there were entered and started McDanlels A Alioway's Oysterrnan, Jr., b.v Oysterrnan, dam by Phil Brown, six years old, carrying 140 lbs.; James Thompson's brown mate f.oi?ella, by Bonnie Scotland and dam by Capitola. aged, carrying 14;; lbs.; JSllott Cray's bay horse Morris by Lexington, dam Murgaeret Morns, aged, carrying 149 lbs.; Charles Elkins' black gelding Cerald. bv Mioke.v Free, dam Rosette, six years old, carrying lus. Oysterman. Jr., was the favorite of the field. Previous to the start the hurdles were, placed in prominent places on the track, where they could be plainly seen to the best, advantage by the spectators. The first was about forty yards trom the sl.irtliitr or iudires' stand. Ihe second a short dis inure beyond Uic quarter-pole, the third also >iu the hackxtrctch near the half-mile pole, and the fourth at the drawgatc on the homestretch. Oystertuan, Jr., was the first horse away, Morris secoud, Lobelia third, with (ierald close hp. They went over the Urst hurdle in this order, ihe three leaders each giving the tup tad a rap as they pained over it, fining around the upper turn Oystermau. Jr., made fast rnnniug, and opened three lengths of daylight, Morris second, Gerald *hlrd and tiobella fourth. W hen they took the second hurdle OyBterniau still showed ihe way. Morris M'cond. Oerald third, Lobelia trailing. They all made Uim jump cleanly. The positions of the horses were uncuaiiged on the way down the backstrutch, and they passed over tuc third hurdle with Oy.?iermau, Jr., tr ading, Morris second. Lobelia thirdlud Gerald fourth. They uow had a low? run on the fiat before they uiet the fourth hurdle, and durli.g this ran Lobelia passed Morris and run tip elo-e to Oyaterinan, Jr., and these two jumped the fourth hurdle in beautiful style. When they passed the stand at the end of the tir.-r. mile Lobelia was on OyMcrmfM. Jr.'k flank anil forcing the pact*strongly. Toe fifth hurdle was taken first, by Oysterman, Jr., by a length, Gerald third ami Morris fourth, neveral lengths behind. Lobelia still kept forcing the running. Oysteruian, Jr., determined to keep rtie lead, rushed 011 the sixth hurdle at sti< It a racing pace that he never took time to raise himself for a jump over It, but struck It and fell down, throw;nir his rider on ihe track. Fortunately for him. he whs not dangerously Injured. Lobelia now had the race to herself, and she ran steadily on to ttie end, taking the hurdles <>u the way gracefully and winning ;>y ten lengths: Gerald second, four lengths in advance of Morris. The time of the two mlies was 3:67. THE SECOND RA< E was a selling race for two year olds for a pur-e or $5U0, tnree-qnarters of a mile. Those entered to be sold for $2,000 to carry 100 lbs.: those lor $l,5ou allowed ? lbs.; those tor $1,000, I t lbs., ami those for $5uo 21 lbs. There were only four starters for wf jrn':c?i nomas n. jioswcirs crgwrnut nuy Virginia Dare, by Planet, dam Annette Ball, to be Hold for $500, 75 lbs.: A. Belmont's ?av colt Hi* Lordship, by Kentucky, dam by Knight of M. ?;e-)i'ge, for $500, 7'J Urn.; A. Keene Richards' buy colt, by Kuighi of St. George, data the <lara of John Ktlgore, $1,600, 9a lbs.: llanier A Travels' chestnut filly Temptress, by Censor, dam J-*uny Rose. $500, ~,r, ibs. Temptress sold for last in iho pools prior to rhe start. The youngsters mid a very good send off and wont away flying, His Lord-dip leading. Temptress second. Virginia Daro third, Richard's filly bringing up the rear. His Lordship opened u wide gap to the half-inlle pole, and pa.--ed there lour lengths in front of Temptress, who was one length ahejd of Dare, the latter being two lengths In advance of Richard's Ally. His Lordship kept the gap open around ibe lowor turn, the others getting cloR'1 together and closing upon Ills Lordship. At the three-quarter pole the run up the homestretch was very interesting, His Lordship running under the string a wluner by a length. Mr. Richards' Ml? was set ond, two lengths in front ol Temptress, who was about the game distance In front of Dare. The time of tlie da^h was 1:18^. This is. we believe, the Urst win of any of Ken ucky's get. The coir resembles hL- sire greatly in color and general appearance. TDK THIRD R\< K was the Sequel Stakes for three year olds, two tulles. $50entr.inc1', player pay, $750 added?tbn winneof the Belmont or Travers> Stakes seven pounds extra; of both tlie?e eventB ten nonnds extra. There were sixteen entries, six o( which came to the post. These were F. M. Hall's chestnut colt Major, by Eugene, dam by Claude Melnotte; M. A. Llttell's chestnut llliy Maggie R. B. by Australian, dam Madeline; I?. Morris" bay colt ravalier, by Eclipse, dam Etiquette: \). S. Crouse's i>av dlly Regards, I>y Australian, dam Ann Hauler, and D. Swlgerfs chestnut (lily Witchcraft, by Lexington, dam imported Weatherwitch. Cavallar was a great favorite, bringing In the pools nearly as much as all the others combined last evening: but when the selllnj began on the track this morning Maggie B. H. hart the call. Major selling lor second choice an1 Cavalier third. After a lew breakaways the horn s started on very even terms. Witchcraft soon went to the front, M tjor second, Regards third, Maggie B. H. fourth, Cavalier trailing. They pa>:~e.l the quarterpole in that order nose and tali. Going do vn the tmckstreun Regards went, to the front, and as ihey s&ssed the half-mile she wan btlll in the lead, Major BPcond, Witchcraft third, Maggte B. B. P urtli, Cavalier briDglng np the rear. On the lower turn Major ran upon even terms wlili Regards, but as they turned into the homestretch Regards had her head in front a^aln, Witchcraft a lengtn or so behind. Maggie B. B. a length further off, with Cavalier close at. her heels. They ran up Iho homestretch without changing places and passed the stand In the order Riven aoove. There was no change of place on me upper turn, nor at the quarter pole, but goinp: down trie backatretch Maggie B. B. made u rapid dash and was soon In front, leading r>y a l?*ntctli, Regards second, a length ahead of Major, Witc.icratt fourth, Cavalier fifth. Th'e horses.rnn In this way into the homestretch, when a most exciting struggle ensued for the victory. Major pawed Kegards, and made a gal'ant effort to overtake MaRjrle B. B., hut she proved too much for him, and heat him under the string by a neck. Cavalier made a One run up the homestretch, passing Witchcraft and Regards. Re won third place by a head, being two lengths benlnd Major. Witchcraft was fifth. The time of the two miles was 3:37,'i, which is most excellent time for throe year old*, with 110 lbs. up. Hanford should h.*ve been placed second instead ofPompey Payne in the utllo dash yesterday, the latter being third. Kdenton Hhouin have ben placed In the selling rat e third, instead of Viley, the jurtges having made the mistake. THE PROSPECT PlltU RICE*. The four rices to take place at Prospect Park into* on Thursday and Friday next are attracting the attention of all horsemen. They are looked forward to with more than ordinary Interest, and wit afford a flue entertainment, to all lovers of the sport. The purses have been excellently selected, well filled, and will donbtless draw a great attendance, notwithstanding so many patrons of ihe turf are at present oat of town. The contest between the two m sres, I ady Thorn ahd Ooldsmlth Maid, is looked tnj the iMdii?g event aud largo waountu of money *NJ wBI to' ?t?lred on tut rwult, The betttng at Saratog* on unu rare wan even yeawrdar. As to iue (.ohdlilou of these two marea i?oldsmlth Maid la touting remarkably fine e?ery way. Lady Thorn is ^ also in good condition, and though sue looks robuV and large, still she bas Usd plenty of work and ha* trotted a ia<-e tbis spring, a clr< uin?tanee that doe? *o murb to put a liorse In flue condition. Hut she bus n bad uikU titnd le*. haviriK apparently sprained or wrcn< litd Ker aiik.o, wiucn niie favors considerably n ib -tabli;, though her old trainer, Pfllcr, tluuks M will not affect b?r sp.wl In the iae? much. ah mere l? eoiuu differ'uiei- of opinion as to j I not l) i *k?V if, iu?i> : f ui iint'Pniv i>u oLa 1*3 UI.II uci I real usr? I* fourteen venr* last spring. Tills we I learn from Vfr. Welsh. who got It from tin* owner of J th* Hire of f.ii'l.T Thorn. The "old mare" has done | an Immense ileal of hard work. having trotted more | fmtiracea than urn horse that lias heen ou the turf, d I not excepting Flora Temple. Thorn's ra> es have t ohleily eonsisted of fa?t heats from begiui'iug to , : eud, while Flora's and Hexter'a race* have mostly r hail one and perhaps two '?st heat* and the r? sc ; moderuie. Mace Is not. overworMiig Thorn. She j lia-'i tt mile and 1 y< gterday, and will not have I uiuch more uDtll the ra<-?. i co'dMniib Maid Is tern years old. Second only to j| the aimve rai p will tie the loam ra-e. and great ex- , I peciutioii is indulged In as to the lime thai will he ' ! made. Hut the uialu teatnre of th s r.ice is lliat It ! will decide whether si ? York or Boston can show ' 1 the fastest team. A rivalry h is existed for Home f | time on this point, between the liorsemeu o' the two i cities, ami though the lioston horse* havesliown t!:e . i fasten! time ou record, still the New York te.iru ( iwoti that same rae^- from theui. Honest Allen j will trot wiih Kirk wood, iualcu'4 ot License. as originally Intended, and as he Is such u splemlid jm'e hor?e the race 1? sure to i>e a hot one. Boston will dountless t>? well represented. The other two races will-also be close and well contested. Bradley and (ienei are matched for $'i,WO a side to trot in fifteen or t wenty days over the Pror-pect Park track. tierict is lit line spirits, but a litue " [ tie- hy. t.' Hone-t Dutchman wi'.l no' trot again until the li I fail h.ivluff thrown on I a couple of splints which i led to hin defeat down Kasr. c PERSONS INTELLIGENCE. Prominent Arrival* in Tbl? Clry Ventrrdny. Gunning S. Bedford returned to this city yesterday in the steamship Scotia. The Judge comes home after spending a tew months' vacation in the a Old World, looking hale and hearty und feeling li Tresh and vlgori>uu after liia transatlantic trip. Ills a time abroad lias been well and profitably spent if it li secured for him that rest and recuperation from the arduous and Incessant duties of his position which < he so much needed. Hearty welcomes and fond s wishes greeted the popular young Judge on his reI turn home to his native land. Kx-Uovenior Baioman, of vviHconsin: Congressj man Sam Hooper, of Massachusetts; Congressman 'j W. B. Allison, of Iowa, and I?r. J. 0. Holland ' (Timothy Tlttomb), of Springfield, are at ibe l>revoori lionso. l!ev. <. I', Gadsden, of C harleston. S. c*.; J. Hyde h Sparks and Henry John-on, <>f London, arid 11. S. O Campbell, of Boston, ere at ihe Westminster Hotel. tl Colonel A. Dobbins, of the United Stales Army; tr Colonel 1). Bradshaw and <Jeo. Lee, of Virginia; yi Morgan A. Dayton, of Sew Vorfc; General J. S. P' Gavender, of St. Louis ; Colonel C. Weed, of Illinois, 0] and Thomas Irwin, of Kngland, are at the Metropoll- F tan Hotel. Captain J. P. sprague, of the TJniied siate* Navy, Ls at the Irving House. Jonah Caldwell and C. W. Huntington, of Boston; John P. irwm, of Canada; (.'ajtiain Sponger and Captain Kentish, of Kncrland, and C. P. Chouteau, of n Si. Loots, are at the New York Hotel. w Colonel John F. Hitter, of the United Slates Army; C. C. Glim an, of Iowa, and J. W. Knapp, ol Auburn, \\ are at the St. Nicholas Hotel. in senator Henry Wilson, of Mo-^aohiisoif.s; W. (' . La Due, of Minnesota; Dr. F. n. Brewer, of Westflekl; pi Dr. Charles S. Tail, or Washington; Command'r K. m Simpson, of the TiMt ed st:itea Navy; K. Vliieua, of the Peruvian L< ua;on; r cnator s. C. romcroy, of , < Kan.-ns; R. M. Corning of Washington, and Captain ? J. T. McKenzlc, of San Francisco, are at the Astor House. w Captain R. WaUh, <>f the United Slates Army; ,! Senor Rodrlgucs, of Cuba, :?n?l Professor V). Sanders, of Australia, are at tlie St. < harles Hotel. \i General La Fevre arid Hobert Christy, of Ohio; ' General Burnside, of Rhode Island; General Banks, j1,1 of Boston; Thomas Veitch, of Nevada; Colonel Carj and J. P. Rondeau, of New Orleans; Alfred Rlciiter, oi ncouami, anu ur. i. iuuubiom, ui oa umore, ui : I I at tne rjfi.h Avenue Huff). Ex-Governor W. B. Lawrence, of Rhode Island, and C. C. cnairee, of Springfield, arc ui ihc Albe. marie Hotel. General E. \v. >iuith and captain T. Ward, of the < < United States Army; Governor Gilpin, of Colorado, and Lieutcna ii T. II. Yates, of the United States Nav.v, arc at the Hoifman House, w ' I'rrkOHHl NMM> Mr. Arthur Bristow, a gentleman connected with one oftiie largest insurance odices In Eugland, and ai who has been ui this city for several months engaged in the prosecution of a heavy lawsuit, in which his business ability and adroitness brought victory to the company, sailed for Europe on Saturday In the C( city of Brusnelp. A large number of personal friends Hi aecomp&nled bmi dow.i the bay. Senator Morrill, of Maine, was In town \estorday, iiT and visited Dr. Carnnehan, Health Offlc-r, at suten Island, who accompanied liiui down tin- hay on a r(.! short excursion. til _ i>t Departure* lor Europe. 1 Tbe following is u list of passenger* for Europe on Di the steamship Silesia, which left this port on her voyage yesterday:? Gn Mrs Thoma* und fumily, Canada: Charles Wlgg'n and Wi family, Buxton. Ma*s; Auk Llenau, Now York; Thomas ail Tberry ami Kdward tVirlfeuii, Culia; Pe.rd Never. St Louis, Mo; F.mtl Srvd. lady and child. Buffalo, N <w Y; 1? N SklUIng*, lioBton. Mm; N Acea- lady and . y child, Cuba; Mm L ISrodgbaw, Mr* A P Walton, w M Macayl. Von Blel, Ludw Weinrlch, Paul Jn*?!ph Fi.chs and P Duroin, New \ orlt; K .1 Muller. Coblnnz; K M Br?wrr aud .Io*e|ih Brewer, Boston, M?'i; L M Brown, Frederick se llrel* and children, New YorV ; Captain O B Grave*, B .?ton. j?, Mat*; J Scbnvder. A Neuendortf, Mr* Mare Probweln and rMld. New York; Mr? Heniiette Proliwein, Kiizabeth Point; Mr? Anna Weber and rhlldron and Mrs Betty Enn?l?tnaan, '' New \ork; Anton Lanior, Philadelphia, Pa; Mr- Kc^lna Jtl Cnhn, llr? Sop'u'e Duwher and Albert Kablg, Now York, and other* In the ?tt "ra^'C. THE NATIONAL GAME. - - vv 'vW""w 'v Oi New Vorli vn. Dronklyji. It It is grarlfylng to learn that a match is to be ar- ,u ranged between picked nines of New York and Brooklyn, for the lieneflt of the late Mr. Plccott's nt family. Mr. Cammeyer has liberally donated the J.' u.-^ of his tine urounds. and a liost oj volunteers . will hand in their names. The Idea is to have three ,, players irom each of the three prominent clubs of New York and Brooklyn. The Mntnrtl Mu'lln 5I?tcli. ^ The meeting of the Mutual Mmr.i yer-terd.iy proved ^ to lie an enjoyable affair, despite the heat. The play al was marked hv "splendid hatting," the elastic ball } ' used helng hit. for home runs quite frequently. We ! give the score:? (i (iisvLNh m:?s. i, P'nv'r?. ft ft I'bllfrr*. 0, H. William*, p 4 fi Oavlfjan, 2d b... I 2 1" Haye?, 12 1 ItearJ, lut b ti 1 J1 Hurley, 3d b 4 r> Nichols, p 2 fi I McCaffrey. 2d b 2 >i Crawford, 3d b 3 4 W Wildev, l)i b " fi ftofftnan, 8. p 2 5 C'hri*tie, *. * 4 fi ( oodorison, c. f 3 1! Bed, 1. r 2 li '1 uvlor, r. f 2 -6 ? Tlylsind, e. f ...: " fl Kllery, I. f 'i 'J, " Pat llajf**, r. f 3 4 Gallagher, e 2 3 j' Total* 27 45 Total* 27 30 S( IS-NIWCR. ll n?>?. |i< i<i. 3/. ah. bth. ti'A. ii)i. m. iva. Vl Greenf ri I 1 9 2 10 9 4 r.- 4o . KOOH > I 1 > " 10 u i ,ii> Hume rane?Oreon*, B; Hod*. 4. " Umpire- Billy Warren. u: Rroror?General iiroadeyp. ti Time of game- Tbrce Lour* and thirty minute*. U TKc FAT BGlLcRS AT MIONPORT. J For several weeks past the olfactories of the re*!- p dontsof the lower portion of Westchester county 11 have been coiupriiea to come under tlie influence H ol the most hcirrit/lf and pestilential vapors arising from the fat boiling establishment of Richard Stoker, located on ihe low ground of Unionport, near the Uosion road. All over I lie villages of Westchester. Tiirog;*'s Ner.K ami Centreville the odor is so offensive and nauseating that lanillles find !t necessary to shut, themselves up In the hot, cttiling atmosphere of their bouses as their onlj to prevent a loathsome MckncMa The establishment, is chiefly used for boiling fat, which is brought in loads from New York lu it putrid state, and subsequently sold to soap manufacturers. Hio mo ft intense indignation prevails throughout toe Infected district, and the Inhabitants are ilrmly icKo!v?'d that Hie nuisance shall b# broken tip, though luurii opposition is anticipated. Mr. Janvs Ellis, who for more than twenty yearw has guarded the b aith of the natives of tills section of Wstchestrr county, and others, have affixed their names to n paper stating th.it the gases arising from the loul p.ace are unoiiciir.iUl and poisonous, In order to obtain a bill of indictment against wtoker, who will l>e t.,Kcn before ;lic Oiuud Jury at White i'laion Without tlelair. SW YORK HERALD, WE THE COURTS. udictments Abandoned and the Accused Ditcharged?Alleged Counterfeiters Held for Examination- An Injunetion Granted :? the Park Avenue CaieA Domestic Squabble. UkiTEO STATES_OISTRICT COL'ST. ( kar(0i HianiUmtd on motion. Before Judge Blatchford. jUt h'ttiUxl .Stairs vs. Jamts VK. SloneOtrrj/.?'The n;i( iidjui wii" indictod for imviuu destroyed a Jeter iu the Pom Ortite In till* oltjr, He oeinjf a clerk in lie establishment-, ibe testimony not warranting urther prosecution. District Attorney Pierrepont loved for a noli# prosequi, wtilcti order tljo court ret ted to be enteie I and the defendant wat disbarred. A similar mot;on wan nmno in ine cane m in 'nlted states v*. John itrmond, James Darley and otin BikMB. indicted for Having fa'se weliilits an I lea.sures in their iioxrit-Bslou with Intent lo u?e tlie xmc. Crnicnntion of DUrrlel Atlorary Pterrepont. During th? silting of tin* court Mr. Plerrepont anounced that he .voulil to-day formally resign the nice of District Attorney, and that Ills Biicoflssor, udg? N'oali Da\)h, would tUeu be sworn lu. UNITED STATES COfflflllSiiOOS' COUHT. I'kmiuk Counterfeit .Honey. Before Commissioner Shields. The TTnUea Stai.ex r.s, Francis .Wilier.?Tlie deienatil was charged with having passed a counterfeit wo dollar bill on Bridget McSulty, of No. 8 E'.lzaeth street. He was held in ts>o > for examination. tttbottj Snttt *a.j similarly held to answer a har^'? or passing a two dollar counterfeit i?o^ ou uf I'Udlepen.i Warfa?r, or lAost^r street. supkek taurr-c Tlir <?uld c'uiilr ot fj??r September. Before Jndge Barnard. hi R* Varnh Marutelich r*. Albert Speywn ei J.?Judge Barnard yesterday rendered a very iipnrtaut decision In the ai?>ve entitled etlon, allowing the motion of the defendants to ransier the suits pending airalnst Aliwrt Speyers, :oul<i. Martin A Co., rhe president of the CJold Exha.'iye Bank and others, from the Superior and ommon Pleas, where iliey had iteeu brought. to the upreme Court. Kleld and Sherman for motion. Judge Barnard delivered a lengthy opinion. SUPREME COUrfT?SfcCIAL TEM. I Ul' I *1 rn tlCHKC ^(JlllllMflC.llI lUJItlll IHPO ( runted. Before Judge Barnard. T/w I'noptc of tin State of A cm Yorlc awl Junes roam ?>s. The Aeun York and Harlem Railroad orApany.?Till* suit, which in brought to prevent jo Harlem Railroad Company lroui opening on en ance to their tunnel from i'ark avenue, came up esterday on a motion by the plaintiff1* for a ternwary injunction to restrain the defendants from disturbing or interfering with the streets on Fourth r Park avenue, between Thlrty-sgcond Htreet and orty-second m reet." AlUr (be reeding of affidavit* ml argument of oouihoI Judge Barnaul granted the ijunction, to .?ratid until tho Unai heating or the ise. .4 Wile Kir?i Iiniiritonfd, Then Divorced. Before Chief Justice Barbour. lto'icrt Murphy vs. Ellen Mtciphy.?Tlic plaintiff in lis suit obtained a judgment of divorce from his Jfe, the defendant* by default, she not appearing to sfend tho ease when it cam."* up for iidjiidication. 'hy she did not apiM:ar wHi be se> 11 by the rollowig statement:? \ esterday defendant's counsel moved to open the MHiilt, and stafd iliut on t ie 1st of last June the aiutiif caused the arrest and Imprisonment for six oiiths oi his uifo on u cnarge of drunkenness, lien she wan thus put out of the ivav lie comeuced a out lor divorce, charging tliat in Mil.? sao imniltted adultery at a house in Leonard street, lth a man named James Sullivan. A copy cf tho ruplaint was served npon her in prison, out from ;r position she was ut'.abie to take any sttvig toards answering It or procuring an attorney. In is way the default was taken. and counsel now aimed that it i>c opened and mat a releree be aphnted to tako testimony in the case when Mrs. urpliv is reic;i,ed jrotn her ImprisonuMui. The onrt granted both motions?to open 'ho aeiault ad for a reference, and set down th<> 15th of ue>ber ns ihv date for the hearing. C0U3T OF SPECIAL SESSION. Heiore Judges Dnwiing and SUundlcy. There were lifty onc cases on me calendar in this jurt yesterday. WHITEWASH*:!) BY A .NKliltK-S. V colored woman named .Mary Vanderpoel was miplainaut again.;i Michael Lyons in a very curious we. The darkey alleged that Lyons Imd rushed is hand down iter bosom, whereat she look the mtewash brush and smashed it over the amorous vain's cranium. But pour Lyons is not a swain; fact he is a rather an elderly man, who has a wile id family, and who, on the occasion of his encoun riui* the black dam>el, wu? looking i<>r ? friend of 8 wile's, a lady near sixty >eursof age, who, he t?l reason To believe, resided in the same tenement luse us the colored virago. Lyons inquired at 1 he ilorcd woman's rooms if his friend wore living in e house, ami on leaving ilie vooni slipped oil the or, eauzlit hold of lhe jam of tho door, slipped Mill and mhlseifortto r? t;:in his balanc e caught M of the black wdmao. < a e dismissed. a roOR emidkant gull's nonius, younK woman named .lohannu llyrne, only a iv iiHiiiUtt- in the country, and during most of that oa sen uit At Bit cKer street, had Mo egan arru:i;ued lor coming into tier room during c night and acting in a very indecorous manner, egan was found by tho young woman inherited tier ?lie clothe.c and on a previous occain hud also treated her very rudely, iiortunately a woman came upon iho stand us tness wh<? denied part 01 Johanna's statement, d who atllrmed thai had Johanna, as the latter Irmed, cried ont thai l?rcgan was insulting her she itness) could not bui have heard her. The accused is discharged. A NOTORHUS PICKPOCKRT. The notorious pickpocket, Wm. McCMews. who luis ; rved some twenty terms at various times in the nttcntlary, was again sent op lor six months for :ovcring;' a female pickpocket, while (tie tatter was leraiiug to a crowd on the evening o?' ihe 4th ol ly. \ 1'IECK 0V MATaCK. Miciiael Wiiiciow wai sent to the Penitentiary for j. mouths for stealing a sheep from fhe ivoni of tti ouston street. Tiie prisoner persisted in stating at the i.-hargu was die to malice on the part of the Hcer who arrested htm, but the Court stated that was more the result of an undue fancy on his pari r a piece of mutton. . LAUCENY. Thomas Derrfp^y, Thomas Hodges and a boy lined Thomas Kelly were arraigned lor stealing am Claiiin & <'o. u case of boots worth nineteen >11 ITS Tho twi, tnrnwi' wi.nl iin f/wr fl, i. ontlis mid the latter, who is a boy. was sent to i.lie on?e ol ttefuge. A gallant BOY. A iin<\ manly, blar.k-a-boots hoy, named Tommy rute, will arraigned for assaulting a mucli older rj in Park row named Loots Mack. hw k a vender ol stationery, and Join ray cauie loiivc ami inquired the price ?.f a certain style of eul'!o)>c which lie wanted lor Ills aunt, who was about i write a letter 10 a Mend of beta. Mack told DUiaiy to "ifeil out. of uere, .voir red-hoaded ile.r," whereat. Tommy struck out and clinched wHIt is antagonist and uot knocked flown, and was ickeil wliile down. <m getting up lie seized the earest stone and went it flying at Mack's ribs, oniiu.v, to '.lie great deiigiit of everybody in court, as net ai liberty. WAKING CP THE OFI1C1A1.S AT TUF. TOMB*. There was repeatedly y> i-tcrday gjvai anoyance caused to Judge Howling t>y the on-uppearance of prisoners when their lal.s were called on. It seems mat lor nine tune pasl this troubles to tbe Court as been gradually incr? aslng, and Judge Dowling esterduy announced publicly in court mat should icre boa repetition ol tins annoyance he should jport the matter to the Commissioners of Charities ml correction, and ji< Mir. Stvcnn to explain how lift curious state of affairs arises. The Judge al?o istruoted the Clerk of tin-Special Sessions court, rr. Johnson, to require an affidavit from each subiiua server al.er said individual has served the ubpoena entrusted to liirn to the effect tliat tiio subrcna has been served. II is believed that this iat:>r order will secure tiie attendance of witnessos in limy cases In which ot;.< rw l.-e charges could not bo untamed for waul of evidence. FIRE MAN'S BALL PlUCTiCf. ' Fatal Hcsiiit of n >itn<rtiiiv Mlruj. Captain Mount, of the Seventeenth precinct, yes>rday informed Coroner 1'lynn of the death of atrick Farrell, at No. 192 First avenue. On the sth nit. decer.se I was shot by William Hamilton, nitinecr of Engine Company No. i. Hamilton and Hillam Cailagbun had a diiiicalty, during which "arrell Interfered, and, as be alleged, was shot in he abdomen. Tiie day after the shooting loroner l-'lynn took tlie ante-mortem exandnation f the wounded man, in which he alleged that 11amlon shot him without just cause or provocation, ami verdict was rendered against the accused, who at 1st, kept out of the way but subsequently surren* ercd himself to the authorities, and was held to wnlt tlm result of FarreH's injuries. The accused lalmcd that he had been brutally assaulted, and in -nig his ni-iol simply acted in scll-deience. The la 'erwjll be thor.nuuJy luveollgated in a day or >vo. IDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870 EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. The Cunard mall uteamsliip Scott*, from l.lverpool tbe 9tn am) yueeiutowu the 10th of July, arrived at Mils port yesterday evening'. The Scotia's mall paclc* ag?s were delivered at tUe Hkrali> building %\ half* pait nine P. M., In good order. Among tbe paw-'Ugern by Hie Scotia was tbe lion. Judge Bedford. Tbe German mall steamshtp WehtpbaUa, Captain Scbwenaln, from Hamburg me tith and Havre tbe via of Ju:y, arrived ar this port yesterday evening. TIio Westplia ia brought 4T? rasseogcrti and *<60 tons of merchandise. The Athens correspondent of the London T <n*s sends home a long letter Netting forth the evils of t.'i# British protectorate of Greece. A Cork, Ireland, newspaper of the 7 th of July, with two Liverpool journals of the 5th Inst?tue latter use'ess ror news purposes?were handed In at the iIkkam) building ut lifteen mimics past one o' lock r. M. yes'etday. The package* did not Ind < a'.e by what, vessel the flies were delivered. In Loudon, July 0, the "iuattijueradcrs" and witness's in tne cane of Tiie Queen vs. Bonlton and Paik ajiptared by summons before the Lord Chief Justice, In his private room In the Court ol Queen's Bench, Guildhall street. Tho Crown having withdrawn the charges of felony, a writ of certiorari was granted and the defendants ordered to bail? Boulton in two sureties of ?250 each, and himself in ?1,000; and Park In two sureties of ?500, and himself in ?1,1)01, to appear within forty-eight hours' notice. In Scotland, July (I, the ca-^e of the brothers Siellze, who were apprehended on boara the Ottawa steamer at Greenwood, on a charge of committing forgery iu?Anierlca, occupied the Glasgow sheriff for seven hours. The petition of three American creditors set forth that they hud obtained goods from various New Vork firms In value between ?l.t,ooo and ?14,000, ami prayed that they might be detained till they found security. Ultimately, they were lib'rated on giving ?13,000 out of ?20,000 in their posse sion when apprehended. Prince Napoleon Bouaparte arrived at Peterhead in his yacht July 6, and visited A!>erdcen next day wJih his suite, including M. Kenau. He left lor Inverness and will return by another route to the J aoht. The Liverpool Corporation granted ?i00on Interest towards buil'iuj^ a new catholic reformatory at Ainsdaie. The Cork Kxamtner ot July 7 contains the following item.?We have not yet received any report of ihe whereabouts o: the yacnts engaged in the international race. ? The French and <Jerman I'rww on the War. The majority ot the French press of July 8 auprovo the Duke ile Grammont's declaration as apatrlotlc expression of national feeling. The (Jazette (le France considers it equivalent to au ultimatum to Prussia. The Univers thinks tho government known that the candidature will lie UlAUltalued. The Libert*. says Marshal Prini iiiiu uie rrunoii Minister uiai me manor rested entirely with I he Cones. The Peuple Franqat.* Hays Russia supports France. The Debate and SU'rle regret the Uukn <le Grammont's declaration, us ca i.-u lated, by wounding Spanish susceptibilities, 10 Improve the chances of Prince Houenzollern. The France ridicules the idea or the installation of a German prince leading to the restoration of the empire of Charles V. The Tenuis condemns the Duke do Grammont's declaration as a challenge to Prussia ate! spam, which neither ?tun refuse without indignity, and declares flic government ought not to have adopted such language on confessedly uncertain information. The Ti%ini>s also asks, what can France do if Prussia disavow* al! responsibility lbr ilio acts of Prince Hohenzolleru iiiiu if Spain elects hiiu. The Memorial Di/>ri>matnru: says:?"France has sent a circular abroad calling to mind her traditional policy respecting the aggrandlzcmeut of neighboring States." The Berlin morning journals of July 8 treat the sharp expressions of the French papers with coa-. Hld'Tablc coolness. The Voaxische Gazette say?:?"The Prussian gov? crnment would only be concerned in the affair in the event of the royal permission to accept the tnrone having been countersigned by Count Hismarck. In any other eaqy; Prussia, as a State, will not be Involved." The Na>innal<;azeti? recalls a passage in I he speech lroin the throne In which the King hopes lhat the Spaniards maybe allowed to regulate their own affairs with perfect independence. it adds "that, should Corves elect Honenzollern. the Prussian govornnienr, would be powerless t > prevent them, by \ irtue of those very expressions in the royal speech." Tlic Holienzollerii Crown Case?The Daiice tie ( rnnitnonl ami Miiiioleou. The following mail telrgrams, anticipatory of the Knropeau war agitation, were published iu Cork, July 7:? Paris, July e, JS70. In the Corp-. Legislative, die Duke de Grammont confirmed the fun' or 1 he acceptance of Die Spanish crown by the Pi nice of lloiiciizollern, but suid the government did not. believe that respect for the rights of friendly people obliged them to suffer a foreign Power by placing a prince upon the throne of Charies V. to disturb European equilibrium, bur, would know how to do it? duty without hesitation or weakness. M.imtin, July ?, 1S70. A Council or Ministers was held to-day. The Kegent approved ?f tin- conduct of Geueral Priin m reference to tLie candidacy to the throne, ana tin Minister tor Foreign Affairs was authorized to open the ueccssary negotiations. Paris, July ?? Evening. The CoiwtKutionnelof to-day mates the government will regard the Introduction or the ilohenzollerti Prince Into Madrid ax a check and menace directed against French policy. lit reply to a demand by M. Cremieux for papers, M. Olliv Jer declines to accede to the request, and naId the ministry is convinced that the Dnc <ic (Iramraont's statement will bring about a peaceful Notation; tor whenever Kurope Is persuaded that Prance is Arm in her legitimate duty. H noes not resist her design. There is no question here of a hidden object, and if ii war lie ru-e.essarv the govern* meut will not enter upon it without ihe a-seut of 1 lie I Legislative Body. I C<imnt?rciitl failure* in i.ivri'l>u?l ? [leiiT> Lamicia Ihroiu the Liverpool Courier, July 7.) On'Tmxiay there was ? feeling of considerable uneasiness on (no Liverpool Pxohanjte. Three failures were announced, and it was rnmored that there were numerous others impending. This is not to be wondered at considering the condition of the cotton market, the depression in shipping and the decline In sugar nud corn. A circular boarlug the name or Messrs, banner, the well known accountants, was Issued, statiuu that Messrs. Henry Moore \ Co., Commercial Hank buildings. Cook street, had suspended payment and placed their affairs in their hands. The arm were well Known as merchants anu shipowners, and had a very high standing. A few years ago the house was understood to be worth a quarter of a million? that was during the lifetime of Mr. ilenry Moore, who was brother to and had Intimate business conheel ions with the late Mr. Charles Moore, M. 1'. for Tiprorary, who invested a large amount of capital in Die purchase of a vast Irish estate. The present partners in the house are Messrs. Arthur Mooro and John Moore, brothers, and Mr. Thomas Martin Hlylhe. Their difficulties are understood to have oeeu Drought about by the depreciation in the value of sailing ships and losses in sugar. The Arm Is understood to hold comparatively little, if any, cotton, i?ut 1 he general liabilities will probably be heavy, and Imm flno.oou to flAO.OOO llim heen vnrinnslv nnmnri as tue figure. Much sympathy is felt lor ttie various partners, who have a high character for probity an<l tatr dealing. Messrs. j. <t A. Caughey, corn me reliant A. Tempest Chambers, Tempest-tiey, are aiKi. announced as having sent out an Intimation 10 their creditors linking their forbearance for tlie preHeiit. Tim liabilities in this ease are of a comparative v small amount, and the settlement, will probably not prove very disastrous. A Creek house was very freely mentioned as being in difficulties, the Arm having lately operated more largely iu cotton than eoru, and sustained i he serious lor-s of ?")0,<xx)Jn the former commodity. The F.mprror Francis Joseph nnd the Order of Hulla?-.Ierusnl<*m a Centre. [Rome (Jnlv 4) correspondence of London Post.) J he Order or Malta Is just now disputing a point of etiquette, and even of rijrht, with the Emperor ?>r Austria. For the last ten or twelve years the order has entertained the idea or regaining a portion of its ancient prestige by establishing a hospital at Jerusalem. But while hesitating ami discussing the ways and means the Prussian government obtained from the f*uIran a grant or the abandoned old house and lands of the order in the Holy City for the present Protestant branch of the order existing in Prussia. The Russian government has also recently established a similar institution at Jerusalem, so that when Hie Eruperor or Austria made his recent pilgrimage there tie found himself the only great continental sovereign not represented by a hospice. The Austrian Consul General, rhevalier Caboga, belug a K night or Malta, had, however, commenced purchasing property lu Jerusalem, announcing his intention of endowing the order with It iflna'.ly. The Austrian government assisted htm with a grant or 10,000 florins, and suggested to the wealthy Priory of Bohemia the advisability or Its contributing largely to the establishment of an Austrian hospice lu Jerusalem. As this branch or the order depends, In a great measure, on the Emperor, t will, perhaps, lie able to ret use, bill the Lieutenant and Priory of Rome wish the new establishment to depend on the order, whereas Hie Emperor wants to be Its exclusive patron. We siiull see how this difficulty ends; meanwhile the Bohemian Knights have alarmed their superiors here by venturing 10 assume a new costume or me dieval form Instead of the scarlet swallow-tall coals worn fn Rome. THE PUBLIC HEAtTEL The Kteisiklp Colombia ( be PrMtnieiAfter tbe Keudarlnc Coaptiy?Km Melu-ro* Petition*?The Pollution of the Bay. The Board of Health inet yesterday, Piesliient Bnsworth in tho chair, and UeMsra. Stephen Smith, Gross, Brcanan, Miillaly, Ceocarinl and Matilerre belnif present. The audience was principally composed of fat inciter* and scavengers. a report was made upon a dumping nnUunce ut the foot of Voaey stree t. Tho Sanitary Committee reported In favor of a sewer in Sixty Ufth atreei, near avenue A, to ot?viate fever and malaria. Referred to ilie Board of i't;b,ic Works. The Sanitary Committee and counsel reported that, ax the llcalih Officer of t tie port had at: powers under the law that the Health Board possess, th^y do uot deern it nec??sary to interfere with qnarau'liie matters. VIOLATION OP HXAITH 0RDISASCKS BY SH tPOWNBBit. iw w J I Uu; following ie'ier asking ior Instructions? Buieav or KamI ary Imbpki tion.) IlkALTU DlPABTMKN I, New Vork..Iu1v 19.1*:<U To the Board ok rue Hiai.ih Dki-akimkn r Gkntlkmfn- 1 have the honor to call your attention to the constant violation of or.? 133 ita<i 184 of tna n..ru?; y cods by masters, owners and consignees of vesse.a arriving at this port, laudlDg and unlading at the docks o. til'* city without tirat obtaiumg a permit from your department according to in ordinance. Tho danger of introducing contagion* dlaease by veneia coming from infected port* at this canon of tha year cannot b? too strictly guarded. The practice of discharging cir?o at l'erth Amboy and then e.,uilDg directly to the uocks of thli city wttUodi undergoing purlueatlou i* hazardous. Tbn la done not m.'retpieutly. Tne ateanishipColumbia, direct from Havana (that being nit Infected port at present), came from ynersmtne, baying dlMkmid cargo at that point, and landed nt pier No. 4 North riv*r on Saturday- last without a permit, from tlna department in violation of *eetwn 134 of tfie sanitary rode. No permit his yet been granted, anu ihe la to aaii on Thursday next. In |ierfonnfng ttty autv as your sanitary ofllrer. In endeavoring to fjroti'ct the public bca.th. and desiring not to interfere with cgitlmate commerce, it la mv desire to l>u Instructed by your Hoard with reference to the action to be taken respecting these violations of the sanitary todn. Respectfully, vour obedlor.t servant, M'iRKAL' MOHKlS, City Sanitary Inspector. The Sanitary Superintendent ami tho counsel weic ordered to commence proceedings against the owners of the Columbia. AFTKK THE NEW YORK KENPEKING COMPANY. George W. Hiuut, of the Pilot ComniHsiuin-rs' ortleo, reported that tho captain of a sloop had thrown uead animals Into the buy, and he asked Ihe Hoard for the name of tho offender that they might prosecute him. a. L. McCarthy addressed a communication to Ihe Hoard stating that the shores of Coney Island are lined with dead animals at: I offal that produce great nuisances. The communications were referred lo counsel for prosecutiou or the guilty parly or parties. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Dr. Morris submitted the tollowlng report:? I have tho honor to Inform you that during the week ending th? loth Inst. lour canes of swailpOlt wern reported to this bureau, all of which were Immediately removed to the Iiosplial In obedience to your order* and In conformity with Ihe recommendations of tbi; mudlcal olllcer* of the Board. In the corresponding week lust year there were twenty-three eases of smallpox In New York city: but In the present year only live cases were reported between the With of June and this date. One death occurred from this disease during tho week. Relapsing fever continues to diminish, there being only thlrtv-su cases reported during the pcrtod under consideration, against foi t.v-two during the previous week. This event was not unforeseen, for It has been regarded u.? an inevitable eonsequence of the belter ventilation and cheaper food nupplic* of the warmer months, that this fever, so largely dependent upon the unclean commingling and confusion of bodies and bodily functions and iho waut of wholesome and nutritious food, would rnpblly diminish when these conditions were Modified, it liok entirely removed by the advent of the summer quarter. It Is, therefore, deemed sate to look forward to a still greater diminution In the virulence us well as the. utnnber of cases that are reported week by week. There are two chief difficulties in the way of dealing promptly anil effectively with this fever, or, indeed, with any contagious disease; these are-naruel v (1), the neglect of phyaleians to report to the bureau of Sanitary Inspection such cases as come to their notice, and C2) the falsehoods of ps,tlents who reach the hospital by other means than those provided by the Board of Health In regard to their places of residence. For the latter evil there la perhaps no remedy; uni the former will certainly require heroic treatment before the larger half of the medical profession will yield obedicnce 10 the ordinance requiring reports of contagious dl?easos. The thlrty-aix eases of relapsing fever reported 'luring the past week oceurred In twenty-nine house* in Nineteontn street. In three cases no residence was given; ou<* originated out of town ; and of the remainder nearly one-half the place* of residence were falsely stated by the'patlents. Mulberry, the most deadly btreet In the elty, furnished six cases, while Mott, Cherry and West Broadway sent three cases each to the hospital. The number* of the bouses in all these street* are very familiar and have beeu previously vi*ited by the d'sease. Compared wiih the previous week the record stands tints:-H'flM /tftlji i in JJrath* Mwiinn Co //?>(?* . S > I fir. Hwnilal. July 9 42 2!< :!ti 4 1 OulylO ,W lfe> W 1 a rtfi; qiAR.i\T?e ?o?;nismoh:ks. VeHsel* With Yellow Fever Arriving nt the Port and (^titirn iitiu od. The Quarautino Commissioners held a regular meeting yesterday afternoon. No business of any public importance was transacted. The following report was received from Health Officer Carnochan:? CRAI.TU OPKIOKB'S DEPA.BT.W7NT,> QrAKANTINU, S. I., Jul/ 19, 18(0. f RlCDABP SfKKj.i., rr?El<fPn( of the CouiDiiuiuiieri of yuaraiitiue:? Mill?'I he foliowlris vessels, having cane* of yellow fever on hoard either at their port of departure or on the passnxe, liMve arrived at Lower Quarantine since last report of the I2tb Instant:? Bark Monitor, eleven days from Calbarlen, urlived July M. Had three of the crew sick with yellow fever at Calbarieo, one of whom died. Had two rases of yellow lever and one death on the passage to tliia port. Hark Contest, thirty-nine days from Klo Janerlo, arrive! on the 17th inst. Had live men In hospital at Klo with yellow fever, of wfeooi one died. June 8, on the passage to this port one of the crew died of yellow lever. The captain was taken sick at the same time, but recovered. Hark HIriiaI, forty-six days from Rio Janerio, arrived July IS. IUd lour cases yellow fever at Rto. Tours respectfully. J. M. OA ft NOOH AN, Health Officer. THE CORONERS' OFFICE. Drowning Accidents, the Heal and Household Casualties. IJusluess in the Coroners' office yesterday was very brisk, and among the cases reported to Coroners Kecnan and Schlrmer were the following:? Vincent Teoslia, 191 Allen street; drowned foot of Stanton street, East river, while bathing last Saturday night. * John Oostley, :rJ4 East Eleventh street. Davis Rowland, Seventy-sixth street and avenue A; fell from a roof. Mary A. Hays, 184 Ilndsun street. Hose Fit/.patrtck, Eighty-second street and Eighth avenue. Unknowft man at Shakspeare Hotel. August Glllett, 170 Duauc street. John Henry, International Hotel, New York. John Craig, 27ft Bowery. John Murphy, 'ill Allen street. Zeulleman Dessel, 003 West Forty-fiftl) street. Carl Ueteock, 840 First avenue. Unknown woman, 210 Third street. Unknown woman, 180 Third street. Patrick Kcone, 64? East Thirteenth street. Ellen Bohler, 120 Mulberry street. Thomas Hope, 347 West Nineteenth street. Child (name not given), No. 76 Goorck street, John Spenlove, No. 154 Greenwich street. Mary Allen, No. 116 Eighth street. Patrick McGarry, No. 139 East Broadway. Woman (nanio not given), No. 131 Dank street. Lizzie Naeder, No. 212 Soventh strce t. Mr. Fernan, No. 120 Mulberry street. ftoeanna McClorln, No. 327 East, Thirty-fourth Street,. Anselem Weinsdolt, No. 133 Suffolk street. Man (uaine noi given), at Workhouse, Black well's Island. Child founo drowned: body at Morgue. Sarah Ann Morrison, 66 Bethune street. Elizabeth Wosemanu, Sixtoentn precinct i-latlon house. William Duudon, J27Mott street, Peter House, 69 Ridge street. Wincilrcd Kellly, 378 Madison strrer. Mary Ann Sheonan, 250 Elizabeth street. Charles Knrly, Sixteen!li precinct station hou.se. John Curly," Bellevue Hospital; taken from 740 Broadway. Catharine Corcoran, 619 Broadway; died In Bellevne Hospital. .1 utues linker, i!38 and 2W West Eighteenth street; died In Bellevue Hospital. Samuel Kilpatrlck, 271 West nineteenth street; lied In Bellevue Hospital. \ WOILD-BE RAZOR Ml'iilWRKK. I "" ^ j Attempted Murder In Harlem?An Ugly .%'einhbor? Desperate Attempt* 10 Cut n Man'* Thront wllh a Razor. The neighborhood of 117th street and Second avenue on Monday evening was the scene of considerable excitement, and not without cause, too. John TheLss and Patrick By beck reside jn the sumo house on the street referred to, the former occupying tho around noor as h. bakery, while Bybeck occupies the apartments on the first floor. On Monday nlglil Hybeclc's baby was very HI, and the doctor advised him to give 11 all the air possible. For this purpose By beck opened the front door, which Is usually closed, and put a stone against it to keep |t open, so that the air?what little there was of it?would circulate through the house. Thciss closed the door and declared that it should not be opened again. When lie left Bvbeck again opened tho door, when Tnelss rushed out of his own place Willi 11 razor in Ills lltiliu, ami una nunn lie a< UUU) attempted to cut Bybeck's throat. Wlule endeavoring to Have himself Bybeck received several terrible gashes about the faco and hands, some of which, especially those on the hands, are consldereu dangerous. Tlielss was held for examination in bonds of $i,uoo by Justice McQuade, of the Harlem Police Court. A Newspaper Cbntevakt.?The |Worrester ,vpy celebrated Its centenulal anniversary on Monday by republishing an exact lac simile or lta flrgt ltsuo and giving a quiet little centennial dinner. THE ELI PARK RIOT. Investigation Before Coroner Bchlrmer?Tetti* Bony Adduced-The Murderers Not Die. covered?Verdict of the Jury. Promptly at tun* o'clock yesterday morning Coronet Schirmep and his deputy, l)r. Cushraan, were at their oiBoe lu the City Hall for the purpose of ln vestigaiiiiii the origin of lUe not at Elm Park on Tuesday of lair week, by which Charles Brady, Jamee Brady, Fraiici* Wood*, Darnel B. Crowley, Patrick Kane and John Gardner lost their lives by bolng shot, stabbed and beaten with clubs. Captain Helme. t,f Hie Thirty.Arm ?r??lnnr nhn uct(?(T ao prompt and commendable apart in suppressing the riot, was early on hand, with sucn witnesses at lie could tlnd, an also were detectives Bennett and Clapp, of the 1'entrBl Office, who bad been making vigilant efforts to learn the name* and residence! of the rioters who killed tlie deceased parties, ImC without, success. These detectives, however, collected h mavs or information which may be of great value to itie District Attorney In case the matter should be brought before the Grand Jury. Mr. Charles'*, spencer appeared before the Coroner as counsel lor the American Protectant Association, or Orangemeu, as ;hey are usually called. Below will be found a < opy of the tostnnony elicited:? TESTIMONY OP KP.BDEHICK KEENTZ. Frederick Ueeut/., of Ninety-scooud street and Klghtli aveuue, deposed that lie is the proprietor of Dim Park; on the 12th or July, 1870, the American Protestant Association engaged the Park for ' a picnic on that day; they arrived about half-past eleven o'clock iu the morning; the party consisted of men, women and children; they were aecompanic:! by fifteen or seventeen policemen; everything passed off quietly, the parly enjoying themselves with dancing, Ac., till twenty-live minutes past three o'clock In the afternoon; while the witness was In a shed attending to some cattle h^ saw a stampede among (he party, men and women running in all dlrec* lions; went to see what was the matter, and asking the first person he met was told tlie men from the outside were shooting and llring stones; the witnesa saw persons running in differcut directions and heard pistol shots; cannot .say who began the flght; the crowd was very large, numbering about s.oort people; licard a report of pistil cliots but cannot aij where tivv came from. TESTIMONY 01' JAMBS ItODOBS. Jdtnoa lllblmikl of I'.cn. rfcaal na.it. Ta??K ai testified?Is foreman of the laborers engaged on the Boulevard; about five minutes l>efore three o'clock P. M. July i- a gang composed of fltty or sixty men, each armed with nubs and Bticks, cams np the Boulevard and ordered the witness to stop the gaug from working and join tliem and go to Elm Park and drive the parties ironi Uiere; the witness refused to do so; they drove the men of the witness away, agisting them to pick uptue tools; they did so and left lu a body; the witness went to Ninety-sixth street; did not bee auy of the shooting nor see the fighting; the men who called on the witness were strangers to him. testimony of henry stopi.rman. Henry Stopieman, or Ninety-ninth street, betwflott ' Eighth and Nlutli avenues, depo-.ed that he is barkeeper at Kliu Park; every tiling was quiet till about hall-past three o'clock, wuen he saw stones flying trom outside; the liar was crowded at the time: cannot say who threw the stones; Immediately after ha heard the firing of pistols uud told the other barkeepers to take the money and run away, which they did; remained In the house till everything wa* inlet. testimony or max moyics. Max moviuh, barkeeper at Elm Park, deposed 1'nae about, half-past, three o'clock on the aiternoon of liia 12lh Instant he heard several shots, but did uot know who llred them; first heard one snot and Immediately after a number of shots; the witness was about to run away, when ho saw a man who was holding uih Vandto his side fad; saw several men with pistols in their Lauds, but they were all strangers to him. testimony op thoua* mcckackkn. Thomas McCracken, of lootli street, uear Ninth avenue, testified that lie is a conductor on tha Eighth Avenue Railroad; was in charge or car ai on trie 12th day or July, 1870; while coning down from Alantiattaiiville, about four o'clock, ai> Ninety-second street the car tilled up; when near Eighty-sixth street saw the car above (51) stopped at Elgluyftith street; told tiie driver to stop and wait ror the other to start; the car not starring the witness went to seo wha? the matter was; found fifty or sixty men and five or six officers; some of ?. the men were tnrowmg stones at the cars; asked i an olltcer the cause of the trouble, and he replied that the mob would not let the car pass; soon after, when everybody lert, the car started, and when thu witness was between Eighty-filth and Eighty-sixth utreets no was stopped by the mob, who desired liiui. not to start; tney also threw stone,. at his car; no one was injured Inside or the.car, but one man was injured on the outside of the car; one man was lying lujuted on the platiorm; tho witness was detained about fifteen or twenty rnluutes, and then started; cannot recognize any <u the men In th? crowd, and do not know ttie wounded man who was removed to the Twenty-second prccinct station TESTIMONY OH LOUIS BRENNER. Louis Brenner, of 87l-i Orchard street, deposed that ho was at Klin Pari at two o'clock on the I2tn 01 Jnly; sawflrmgof stones ami shots; saw a man come in from the outside and lilt a wau on the head with a club; the assailant was shot dead by another man:. cannot say who the other man was; alterwards recognised one of the men lying there, and who was d'*ad, as the mau who made the assault, on the man with the club ; knew none of the men, and saw uo more of the tight. TESTIMONY OP .I0IIN R. X.AWSON. John it. Lawson, or 105th street, between Tenth and Eleventh avenfles, deposed that he Is foreman ol' agamrot laborers on the Boulevard; about three o'clock 1*. Al. on the 12th of July, w.ule at work on the Boulevard, between 104th and 103th streets, a gang or men, consisting of aoonr, ten or twelve, came up and wanted the men under charge or tha witness to stop work and jro with them; ifiey were all armed with clubs; the men under witness knocked off work and followed them; heard shooting some lime afterwards, but was not present at the riot. TESTIMONY OP CAPTAIN IIELME. John C. Hemic, captain of the Thirty-first precinct police, deposed that on the IStli day of July i tin re i was a picnic of the Protestant Association at Elm Park; went, to the park al two o'clock; had th'; men there be; ire; found everything quiet; conversed wlih several of the leading men of the association, a-klnif them lftiiey anticipated any trouble; was told they did not wtiilc there, but tnat they had heard threats made that on their .eturn home sorno parties would attack them; the captain was told that, some of the party warned to return as soon as six o'clock P. M., while other! I were in favor of remaining till nine o'clock; they were advised by the Captain if they feared trouble to leave as soon as six o'clock, and thai he would afford them all the protection possible; at three o'clock the Captain started to leave the park for inn station house, ont on arriving at the outer gate at Nlnetj-socoud street ho met a laborer coming towards xtno Boulevard road; the man said that somo parties on the road who had knocked off the men at work on the Boulevard wanted Jinn to goto Kim Park; the Capi din soon moi another laborer, who made a similar statement as the other man; wtien asked what they had t knocked oil for he said that ho believed they wanted them to go and fight the men at Kim l'ark; the man said he was not'going, and 'went towards Eighth avenue: the Captain then went to the station house and directed i-iergeant Kelly to get the reserve section immediately In line, and wlin them hasten to Elm Park; he also sent out his special men to notify all the men off duty, together wltn all the mcu he met. on post duty, to immediately report to the station house; also telegraphed to tho Thirtieth Tti*.ifMiirtfc f?n* fln?ir rnunrvrt? flu*. (.'an rain graphed i j the Com ral Office statmsr that ihenieu lia<l knocked oil work on'the Boulevard roa.I, reVMMiag >h:it assistance be sum. as ho feared trouble; the Captain's men were sen* oit as soon as possible; as soon as the reserves arrived from the adjoining precinct Captain Ilelrne went with them to Elm Park, and there met a portion or the Orangemen, with Inspectors Pllks and Jameson; sent a strong posse of liieu I to line, the Eighth avenue to protect the cars, drlv-*. I ln? all outside the park and takinir pos.-esslon ol it: 1 the captain succeeded In inducing the women and I! Children to remain lilt sulllcleut e-coit Tor tii"ir pro- Jl tectlon could be procured: a bodv of policemen was jjd formed in front and rear to escort the people m th e ^ cars, and a sufficient number on each car from tin/'* ^ lower precincts; the Captain soon round u dead body % of a man, which lie took to the station house; thla / man was subsequently identified as Daniel B. crow- * ley; under the direction of Coroner S hinner, Captain Hclme, Superintendent Jameson, detectives & Bennett and Clanp. of the Central Office, have been unable to find any person or persons who could be recognized as causing the death of uny ol the uiea J 11 who were killed at Kim Park. A large number of other witnesses who had been summoned were called, but tuev knew notlilUK la | Addition to wnat had been sworn to by others, ex- ( cept that some of them when the procession waa I passing, heard a man exclaim "To lit 11 witii the . Pope, and down with the Fenians," and other like remarks. Dr. Joseph Cushman, deputy coroner, testified to } making post mortem examinations on the bodies ol ;' the deceased parties, ami that the Injuries they re- i celved were the cause of death. Coroner Hcninner then delivered a brief charae to I the Jury, to whom he explained tho evidence adduced and left the case in their hands. After a ahort deliberation me jury rendered the I following vfhdict. 1 That the deceased parties came to their deaths jjj from Injuries received at the hands of a person or ft, persons unknown at Kim Park, N.nety-isecoud street and Eighth avenue, July 12, ls"o. The evident* taken beiore tiio coroner will be sent % to th" Di.-tnet Attorney's offiee f..r .icli action .t the lutuic afc uiav l>e uecincd necessary.