Deserters from the 11th cavalry.
To be Shut.. . . fVur l s triers ami bounty jumper tire to be shot at Indisnni'diii n tba 23d inst John Murray of the 11th cavalry, Charles Eiliinualev nf the 7th SatterVt Thomaa Dovlnofthe 11th t'avalrv. end. Thorn.. Bvan of the alst Infantrv.The "' ' State Journal s.ya: - "When first arrested. Clm - i. llilliiiji ley gave'his name as Oeorg Rohn. The oath of allegiance w as louhj . upou his person in the name of Cooper, which j ue Bam ne logs uuuor inai iiuur, mm i waa a deserter rronulie let Ueoraiai (rebel) regiment, subsequent timeti - gatioii nshdwed that h had enlisted iii , two or three Indiana regiments at diner. cnt times, and Lad once - liecu sent to. Chattanooga as a deserter,, ii - onie, after being connneu some ume.uo was letont on parole, which he violated and came North as a refugee and took the oath' of allegiance. The" "number of times iii lmirsiev nas enlisted ana aeaertea is not known, but he Blated to some of his i orison associates tbat ue baa enlistea in Boston, and fm - 'l been engaged in the business ever since bounties were first paid. Thomas Ryan is from New York.hnd is known there as one of the ''roughs." Ue enlisted bora with uol. straight in the 51st Indiana, and immediately de serted. - When arrested, and afterwards, he boasted that he had jumped thirty bounties, and would Jump, more if he could get away. He la known among the class to which he belongs as a desperate character, lie is ot Irish birth, and about 23 years of age. Thomas Doylo and John Murray are from Canada, and have been sailors on the lakes. They came from Chicago to Lafayette and enlisted," and were sent to CamD Carrinzton, from whioh they immediately deserted. They were ar rested on the cars between Indianapolis and Lafayette in citizen's clothes. They are reported as "old jumpers," and evi uenuy intenaea to acsort wnen wey enlisted and were sworn in. They are both about twenty - six yeare of.age, habits! and apparently of very low, dissipated