COVINGTON.Arrests Yesterday—Cutting Affray.Detective Clint. Butts arrested a negro named James Perrin, yesterday, on the charge of having obtained a silver watch from another negro, named James Cummins, by means oi a “confidence” game. The affair occurred in Cincinnati, and the prisoner was taken to that city and lodged in the Hammond Street Station-house.Officers Riffe, Rittenhouse and Fox arrested nine boys who were found playing cards in a coal barge, just below the mouth of the Licking River. They all gave bail for their appearance at the Mayor’s Court this morning. Nine young men, from Cincinnati, were also arrested for playing baso ball on Sunday. The punishment for this offense is a fine of not less than one nor more than five dollars.Two negro men, named Levi Allen and Lewis Tilford, got into a quarrel, at one of the old barracks buildings at the head of Greenup street, about 3 o'olock yesterday morning, about a game of cards which they had played, when the former drew a knife and attacked the other, inflicting a frightfql wound on the side of his neck, from which he will probably not recover. Allen was arrested by Officers Fox and Frawley and lodged injail.