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party, consisting of Officers Seal, Charley, Davis, and several watchmen, went about the hour of 12 to a house on the corner of Main and Eleventh streets, and effected an entrance from the rear, over a winding stairway. The door was burst open, and some eight or ten persons found themselves suddenly confronted with the enemy. One individual endeavored to leap through a window, but received a stunning blow from a policeman outside, and surrendered at discretion. Messrs. Andrew Muller, Carlos W. Ellis, and Jesse White were taken into custody, and the officers carried off a faro table, a roulette table, dealing box, checks, and $119 in money as trophies. A free negro named Henry Holman, doorkeeper of the house, was also taken along to the station- house. The parties were taken before the Mayor yesterday, and admitted to bail in the sum of $1,000 each for their appearance on Wednesday, the 22d inst. Another body of police, including officers Kelly, Quarles, Perrin, J. M. Car