The Cincinnati Gazette, of the 17th, says:
About two o'clock yesterday morning we visited the scene, in company with several officers.
Larry Hazen, acting Chief of Police, detailed ten or twelve men to proceed round by way of Seventh street, to the corner of Sixth and Culvert; while he, with an equal numbed Burke had been shot in the groin and was badly wounded.
He was carried to a grocery and medical aid sent for, but we understood he was mortally wounded.
Mr. Hazen made every effort to disperse the crowd with what force he had, but before he could accomplish it he had to arrest five or six men whom he sent to the Hammond std the whole crowd.
Matters were quiet last evening, and, so far as we could learn, no disturbance occurred.
A large special police force was on duty under Larry Hazen, and we know it was that officer's intention to arrest all who made the least disturbance.
Other arrangements were made to call out additional assistance in ca