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t a comrade of Kelley's, named Downes, was most dangerously stabbed at the same time. He was conveyed to a Military Hospital, in the lower part of the city, and on Saturday was not expected to live. Alice Hargrove, and a "pal" of her's named Julia Selden, were caged for keeping a disorderly and ill-governed house, and for being primarily the cause of the affray. The authorities intended to use both of them as witnesses on the Coroner's inquest, which was appointed to take place at 11 o' clock inquest over the body of deceased, and elicited considerable testimony, which we are not permitted to insert for want of room. Enough was testified to show that several other ruffians besides Duff were engaged in the melee. Alice Hardgrove, Julia Selden, Susan Beveridge, L. M. Carter, (policeman.) Ann Lee, Mary Jones, and M Petzenhardt, were examined as witnesses, by whose testimony it was shown that a certain McKay, one Frank, and a man named Bub Moore, who, together with Dick Duff. are al