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ned a jury yesterday — to wit, H. W. Starke, D. T. Carter, Thomas F. Ragland, A. Welsh, M. Seagers, Joseph M. Humphreys, Robert Riddell, James Jacobs, Julius Kracker, John J. Cannon, and Larkin P. Ford, to inquire how, when, and by what means John Griffin came to his death. The jury were sworn and the evidence heard. Sergeant Keith was voluntarily present as the person charged with the shooting. Captain John Hill sworn: Captain Hill testified that Dr. Edwards, who had been robbed of ds saw the deceased after he was shot and before he died; placed a guard over him; and when he died, delivered the body and a pistol found on deceased to the police. J. B. Hunter, sworn: I, in company with Sergeant Keith and others, pursued Griffin down Elm street, when the deceased turned and fired at Sergeant Keith. Keith then fired at him, but did not hit him. The deceased then ran towards Rocketts street, and down that street. We pursued him. The deceased afterwards stopped and snapp