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ning his eyebrow. Was only about eight feet distant. Mayor — Did he hit anybody? Witness — Don't know only from hearsay. Heard he hit a little girl. He gave me my quarter. Examined by Mr. Crane, counsel for the defence.--I am a soldier, from Alabama. Had been off guard probably about half an hour.--Am stationed at the Fair Grounds. Left camp yesterday, about half-past 10 o'clock, to relieve the guard at the prisons at 12. It was nearly night when I went to Neagle's. Marcus M.--Jones deposed as follows.--I was in the house at the time this man (Jerrell) handed prisoner half a dollar, and asked him if it was good. He said it was, and laid it in his box. Jerrell told him he wanted a pint of whiskey, and he gave it to him; and Jerrell wanted 25 cents back. Prisoner then came round the counter, and "gathered" him for a scuffle, which I thought was friendly. Jerrell said he wanted his quarter, and he gave it to him, when Jerrell remarked that if anybody acted so