hat he laid his gloves down, and before his snack was ready, missed them; that he said if he didn't get his gloves he would shoot some one of them, when she made him go out and shot the door after him. He then fired twice into the room where the people were.
The first shot hurt no one--the second hit the man.
Charles Colman knew nothing of this affair; but he knew that the same man fired a pistol at a friend of his on the day before, and threw a big reck at him (the witness)
Green Wilson James testified that he was in company with Smith at Dennis's house on Sunday; that he went out for a short time, and on his return the prisoner was pointing his pistol in the alley, and said he would shoot somebody.
The first shot struck the door low down, and the second went through and struck Smith, who was holding the door inside.
Smith was shot in the forehead, the ball coming out at his eye.
The Mayor examined one or two other witnesses, but nothing of special interest was elici