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ooting in a Bast room --Yesterday afternoon, between three and four o'clock, an affray occurred in the saloon of Maurice Dennis, near the Central depot, which resulted in the serious wounding of a soldier by a pistol shot. The man who committed the deed was immediately secured, and placed in the custody of Messrs. Mienjah Davis and John Perrin, of the night watch, who took him to the lower station house. He seemed to be considerably under the influence of liquor, and presented the appearance of having been beaten. He says his name is Andy Sullivan, and at first claimed to belong to the McCulloch Rangers; but afterwards said he was attached to an artillery corps encamped near the city. The wounded man's name is Smith, said to be an Englishman by birth, and a member of a Louisiana company. He was shot through the head, and the supposition is that he is fatally injured,--Shortly after the occurrence be was conveyed to the Louisiana Hospital, in the western suburbs of the city.
Police Arrests. --Among the persons committed to the lower station-house on Saturday was Don Patrical Antomo G Camp, charged with stealing $35.40 and a gold chain from the Orleans House, on Eighth street. He stoutly denies the charge, and if innocent, will have an opportunity to prove himself so this morning — A man named George White is under arrest for stealing a box of butter valued at $10 from E. N. Spiller.--A negro named Pleasant, the property of William Smith, requested Officer Bibb to take him into custody, as he had given a fellow servant, John Jefferson, a blow with an axe, which might involves serious consequences. The, officer complied with the honest darkey's desire, and looked him up.--John, slave of E. D. Eacho, was arrested Saturday might on suspicion of having stolen some bacon; also, Jacob Schaaf, a white man; charged with breaking into the tailor shop of John McNaught, and stealing a cost, two pairs of scissors, and a lot of buttons.--Marshall Bradley, a fre