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cer after absent witnesses. The witnesses for the Commonwealth were then sworn. Washington Goodrich was the first witness, who deposed: That on the 24th day of April he met Dixon on the cor corner; witness was facing towards Main street, and whilst talking some one shouted "Look out, Goodrich," and turning round, saw Forde on the sidewalk of the north side of Bank street, near the gate e with a view to meet Forde; he said he had been informed by the page that Jack O'Donnell, Wash Goodrich, Major Harris, and Forde, were standing on the corner together; he had come down to see if Fordtanding on the corner of 10th and Bank streets on the day the shooting occurred, when Dixon and Goodrich came up; was introduced to Dixon, who asked him to take a drink, remarking at the same time thathing, he thought Dixon's pistol went off first; witness said he was the party who cried out to Goodrich to "Look out;" Forde fired three times, and, to the best of his judgment, Dixon about the same