; j , 1 j j I j I to aw ing Hartman shoot Ottii.er Moore-head. Moore-head. Moore-head. The prisoners, in default of baii in the , sum of '10,000 each, were cuutiuiHed to i ,i;til for trial. The cases were laid bef.ro the Grand Jury during the day, and that body was prompt in 'finding true bills. The trial wili take piace . u Thursday, pr.,i.abi.v, and it is safe to predict that the scoundrels ; will take up their abode m the penitent i I- I- . ry on Saturday. "These fellow's are now in the clutches of ! the law, and the coininiiiiity i that h:is so long been afflicted by ; their evil deeds may hope for a riddance I of the scourge, for a long term of years. We !ave full confidence in our Court, feel- feel- t tug that it will in this case amply vindicate vindicate the law. Here is a direct issue between between crime and ruffianism upon the one hand and the law upon the other. Soali the law reign supreme, or shail it be said that crime is stronger than the law'.' We await with confidence the action of the Court. THE WOCN'DED MRS. Last evening the wounded men, although although sufleriui severely, were considered out of danger. The bail in officer Moor-head's Moor-head's Moor-head's face was extracted, audit is thought he will speedily recover. Th- Th- bullet in orhcer Moore's shoulder could not be reached by the surgeon, an.', it is probable he has "sustained a permanent injury. Officer Anderson's injuries, nre so slight that he wili not be comr.e'ded to go ottdufy. Hartman is not badly hurt.