Edwards sworn.--Also testified as to his father intending to go with Myers to the depot on his departure.
Edward Williams stated that Myers left the store between half-past 4 and half-past 6 o'clock; and Mr. O'Donnell, proprietor of the "Nonpareil Saloon," testified that Edwards and Myers partook of oysters at his saloon about seven o'clock. They were ordered by Edwards.
Myers left for the cars and Edwards remained in his saloon ten or fifteen minutes after the cars were gone.
Charles Loehr, of the restaurant near the corner of Eighth and Main streets, testified that Edwards came to his saloon at half-past 8 o'clock, and remained about an hour.
And Charles Hunt — Came to his saloon, between Eighth and Ninth, on Main street, about half-past 9, and remained about twenty minutes. He said he was just from up-town.
A number of highly respectable gentlemen then appeared and testified to the excellent character which Major Edwards had always borne.
Dr. Wing, postmaster at N