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leared of the idle throng, that any definite particulars of the tragedy could be obtained. It appears from statements made by various parties that a man named Fritz Kreibel was employed as cook at Sautter's house, and had been discharged, after which he sued Santter for $14, alleged to be the amount of wages due him. John E. Lehmoitz'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 guck him; but he did not shoot him. A. T. Summerfield, recalled.--Deposed that he heard prisoner tell officer Perrin that there was no use to go after Kreibel, that he shot the deceased. The coroner's jury rendered a verdict that Philip Sautter came to his death by a pistol shot fired by Fritz Kreibel or John E. Lehmone.