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A. Goodwya, on Main street, near the county Court House. Goodwyn told the Doctor that he had bought the cow on the hoof onom the lady in charge of the store she had bought it from Goodwyn. He had Goodwyn arrested, and the case was brought beforGoodwyn arrested, and the case was brought before the Mayor yesterday, when the above facts were deposed. The lady who had bought the hide identified Goodwyn as the manGoodwyn as the man who sold it to her, and Dr Sheppard swore that the bide was of the cow stolen from Mrs Meeda. --Goodwyn introduced three feGoodwyn introduced three females as witnesses, who swore that they saw him buy the cow, killed and dressed, from a white man, between 6 and 7 o'clock oniday morning. A number of persons were introduced to prove Goodwyn's good character. The Mayor sent Goodwyn on to answer forGoodwyn on to answer for receiving the cow, knowing her to have been stolen, and admitted him to bail for his appearance before the Hustings Court. This man, Goodwyn, is the principal witness for the Commonwealth in the case of Ro S Forde, charged with the murder of Ro E D