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ficer found several men in bed and sundry more in room No. 2, two of whom, John H. Gatewood and Edwin Hamilton, were bleeding profusely from wounds apparently inflictg paid for lodgings there, Mr. Hayward requested the officer to removed them. Gatewood, who presented the most signs of physical exhaustion, after having his wounds veral bottles and other articles were then thrown. After Shields was put out, Gatewood got Gittings by the beard and threw him over a trunk and held him down, when Gittings drew a pocket-knife and out Gatewood on the back of the hand. Several persons were in the room at the time. The second bottle that was thrown cut Gittings owas booked and the bed paid for. Neither requisition had been complied with by Gatewood or Hamilton. He was in another part of the building, and knew nothing of the by a bottle thrown by some person unknown to the jury. The police believe Gatewood to have been the man who threw the bottle, and accordingly sought for and foun
Police Affairs. --John Richardson alias John Dailey was arrested and caged yesterday evening by Messrs. Perrin and Pleasants, of the police, for passing a counterfeit $100 Confederate States Treasury note on Philip Epstin, knowing the same to be counterfeit. The note is similar to the one passed by the man Tyrer, previously under arrest for a similar offence, and was no doubt obtained in the same manner.--John T. and Dan Munn, arrested for fighting and throwing rocks in the street, were bailed out after being carried to the cage. --John H. Gatewood, accused of being an accomplice in the murder of Edwin Hamilton, Wednesday night, was arrested at the house of a cyprian, on Exchange alley, and locked up to wait a hearing before His Honor this morning.