rick Russell, refusing to take the oath.
John O'Hara, by order of a Judge.
A. J. Abvams, by order of Sergeant Watts.
James McGrevy refusing to take the oath.
James Kearney, polluting the ballot box.
Charles McComas, aiding in preventing the passage of troops on the 19th of April, and attempting to vote.
S. H. McManus, and Dr. A. T. A. McManus, threatening the life of Mr. Jarboe and attempting to vote.
W. J. Coshran, resistance on the 19th of April.
Reuben Barber, by order of Judge.
Julius Shultz, cheering for Jeff. Davis.
P. H. Warren, being an enemy to the Government, released on parole by Marshal Dodge.
George Thompson, treasonable language.
L. S. Jackson, treasonable language.
Frank Manning, John T. Hollins, by order of a Judge.
--McPherson, cheering for Jeff. Davis.
Mich. Dorrity, by order of a Judge.
Andrew Chapin, treasonable language.
Thomas Ward, John Stune and George Thompson, attempting to v