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he matter. He said somebody was stealing the geese. Did not see the man till he got out of the yard. Came back to the house, put on my clothes, and went with Mr. Patterson to see if deceased was much hurt. On getting near the spot a large black dog prevented us from getting nearer. When I first saw the man he was twenty or thirty yards beyond the fence. There was but one report of a pistol.----I board with Mr. Patterson. Alfred Baker deposed: I am twelve years old. I know the man who was shot. His name is Dick McMullen. He was a volunteer in Wise's Mounted Guard--Captain Hawley. I live on 17th street.--My mother keeps an eating-house near John Dwyer's. McMullen came to her house sometimes. The jury rendered a verdict that deceased came to his death by a pistol fired by Robert Patterson. Patterson was arrested about 1 o'clock by Officers Seal and Perrin, and being carried before the Mayor, was by that functionary committed for examination at 9 o'clock this morning.
Persons of evil name, fame and reputation. --Police officers Perrin and Seal made another haul yesterday, of parties supposed to be of evil name, fame and reputation, and having no visible means of support. They gave their names as James Eagan, Michael Hanes, James C. Morehead, and John M. Thomas, and were locked up in the cage for examination this morning. Thomas was one of the witnesses in the murder case examined before Coroner Sanxay yesterday, and a boarder at the house of Bob Patterson, the man who did the killing.