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use, between James M. Ford and detective Robert B. Craddock.--Roth parties were before the Mayor yes of 17th and Main streets, he saw Ford strike Craddock with an umbrella; Craddock had a pistol in hiCraddock had a pistol in his hand; immediately both parties receded under the arch of the market, out of his sight; thinking thlder and asked him to come over to the store; Craddock just then came up behind Ford and struck him; took Ford away, Mr. Allen taking charge of Craddock. Mr. Allen said he was in the market-housethe direction of the report and saw Ford have Craddock down, bearing him; Craddock was hallooing; puCraddock was hallooing; pulled Ford off and he walked away; Craddock then ran up behind Ford and struck him a blow on the sideCraddock then ran up behind Ford and struck him a blow on the side of the face. Craddock admitted that it was his pistol that fired on the occasion. A numbeCraddock admitted that it was his pistol that fired on the occasion. A number of witnesses being absent, the case was continued. [Note.--Having published a letter in the rfore, acquitted by all the officers named. Mr. Craddock is a detective of the Treasury Department, [1 more...]