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The Daily Dispatch: April 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The street fight. --The examination of the case of Robert B. Craddock and James M. Ford was yesterday concluded before the Mayor. The testimony given on the previous examination is still fresh in the mind of the reader. Thomas Corrie saw Ford and Craddock talking at the market, but didn't hear what was said; saw Ford shake his finger at Craddock and call him a scoundrel; Craddock said he would chastise Ford; Ford punched him with an umbrella; Craddock drew a pistol and it went off, didn't know which advanced on the other; didn't hear Craddock call on any one to take Ford to the watch- house; while officer Adams was talking to Craddock Ford came up and cursed him, and took a stick from some one to strike him. Thomas Guinty saw Craddock and Ford talking; Ford jumped back and struck Craddock with an umbrella; Craddock pulled out a pistol and witness ran; Ford had put his hand behind him as if to draw a pistol; witness heard a pistol fire, and looking back, saw Ford have