List of Jurymen. The following persons have been drawn as petit jurymen for the February term of the Jefferson Circuit Court — to report on February 14th, the second day of court: J. W. Kearney, W. Lee Banks, J.S. Coleman, Geo. W. Glasscock, James E. Trussell, Joseph Colbert, Wm. M. Burns, C. D. Johnson, John H. Bishop, C. N. Beard, S. S. Henshaw, M. K. Bowers, H. Taylor Link, M. L. Stull, C. E. Clipp, Thos. B. Welsh, P. M. Creamer, C. D. Moler, John A. Smith, Robert Bane, J. E. Eckles, M. O. Rouss, R. W. Shirley, W. P. Licklider, Robert Clendenning, Newton Moler, James A. Hahn, John G. Shirley, Jr., W. J. Chamblin, Harry Hayslett, W. M. Allen, R. H. Higginbotham, L. F. Grantham.
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