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Police matters. --Mr. William Gibboney, a citizen of Wytheville, Virginia, retired to his room at the Ballard House, on Monday night, with $1,200 in his watch fob, consisting of $1,000 in North Carolina bank notes, a check for $100, endorsed by James Kylo, and $100 in notes of small denomination; and securely locking and broking the door, slept soundly until he was aroused in the morning by the servant who came to light a fire. After the boy left the room, Mr. G. found that the money had been abstracted from his pocket. The negro, a free boy named Alfred Hill, employed temporarily at the hotel, was arrested, and his statements were of such a nature as to leave little doubt of his guilt. The Mayor yesterday remanded him, to be further examined on Thursday. Charles B. R. Koburg, a stranger, applied yesterday morning to Mr. Adcock, ticket agent at the office of the Central Railroad, for a free ticket; and, in reply to questions, said he was neither a slave nor a citizen of a