Clipped From The Courier-Journal
W. B. Bridgeford, Court land Chenault. Henry B. Ware, E. F. Baker, J. F. Noo-nan. Noo-nan. Noo-nan. David Davis. R. C King. U F. Sinclair, Sinclair, George Hemphill, L N. Green, Mo-Kensle Mo-Kensle Mo-Kensle Todd. Miss Anna Wtest, 8. T. Pence. James E(4gl.ton. George G. Fetter, Fetter, Charles W. Howard, J. F. Howrie. W. & Mlllender, William Smoot, J. B. Mathews. James H. Marrs. W. H. Jones, W. W. Alcoke, W. E. Scott, C. L Oao field, H. D. Harrod, Howard Johnson, the Rev. M. B. Adams. John Brown, Vawtm D. Smith. Mrs. Albert Klrtley. Mrs. Viola Howell. George Roberson. George Coffee, B. F. Suter, John Buter, J. KTLewls, J. E. Caufleld. J. W. Napier and F. H- H- Johnson. ... THE INDICTMENTS REPORTED. There was no excitement when the Indictments were returned Into court this afternoon. The Jurors filed slowly into the court room with F"or -man -man Sutr at their head. He presented the report to the Judge, and they withdrew Immediately. Immediately. Every one present anxiously awaited the reading of the report by the clerk, but Judge Qantrtll placed it In his pocket, and leaning back In his big arm chair, smiled. A suppressed titter ran over the room. The Sheriff rapped .for order and the Coison case, which was on trial, was gone on with. A half hour later after he had adjourned court the Judge handed the report to the clerk and It was hurriedly Inspected by the waiting reporters. The news of the Indictments spread rapidly through the town.