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k and 10th streets, where we took another drink together; we then came out of O'Donnell and stood on the corner; witness was facing towards Main street, and whilst the right, he fell in the gutter, near the door of the Christian Association. O'Donnell and Mr. Knox were on the corner while witness and Dixon were conversing, and re 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 togethm and invited the crowd in; after the drink Dixon and Goodrich went out, when O'Donnell remarked to witness that Dixon was looking for a man named Forde, and it they met there he expected there would be a fight; O'Donnell shortly after looked out of the window and remarked, "here comes Forde now;" witness looked out and saw the ination witness stated that his attention was drawn to Forde by the remark of O'Donnell. J. W. Robinson deposed: Was not present at the shooting. What he knew