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o was shot and commenced beating him. Louis Orttenbosh deposed that he came to Sautter's about half-past 9 o'clock and got breakfast; after that, prisoner and Fritz came in and took several drinks. He went out, and when he came back prisoner had off his coat. He called Sautter from behind the bar; he came with a club in his hand. Prisoner struck deceased, when witness saw Fritz raise his hand and saw the flash. Knew that flash proceeded from the direction of Fritz's hand. Did not think the prisoner was much intoxicated. John D. Perrin, who arrested Lehmone, deposed that he heard there was a man in the row named Fritz Kreibel; that a yellow boyFritz's hand. Did not think the prisoner was much intoxicated. John D. Perrin, who arrested Lehmone, deposed that he heard there was a man in the row named Fritz Kreibel; that a yellow boy in the house said he would know him, and witness asked the boy to go with him to look for Kreibel. Prisoner then said there was no use to go after him, as he shot the deceased himself. The prisoner previously told witness that he had a fuss with the deceased, and that deceased struck him; but he did not shoot him. A. T. Sum