James Kilkenny, of No. 68 James street, became engaged in a fight with two brothers, John and Edward Slavin, in front of No. 63 New Chambers street, last night. John Slavin stabbed Kilkenny dangerously in his left shoulder. Both the Slavins were arrested and locked up in the Fourth precinct station house. Kilkenny was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

New York (New York) Herald, June 13, 1870.