the game, and also to arrest all persons there known to them as of evil name, fame, and reputation, and bring them before the Mayor to be dealt with as such.
The search was put off until 3 or 4 o'clock yesterday morning, when the police, in force, made a descent simultaneously on the rooms formerly known as the Secession Club Restaurant, also No. 149, No. 151, and No. 153 Main st.
In the old Secession Club House were found Thomas H. Hiltzheimer, Thomas Fitzgerald, Charles Wilson, Franklin Pemberton, Michael Murray, and a negro attendant, named Charles Fagaff, who were carried to the cage.
No gambling apparatus was found in this tenement, the occupants having removed the same.
In No. 149 was found John Ferguson, Geo. Walters, Jerome Diggs, Emeline Jones, John Reese, Nicholas Munday, Jno. H. Goodblood, Harry Krebs, Wm. S. Murphy, two free negro attendants, named Jos Morton and Alphens Ganton, and John, slave of Capt. John Wilson.
The police captured one dealing box, three pa