Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
Columbus. June. 9. Before Mayor Morgan of this City, James Herrenton, Harry Rodgers, George Sutton, Jas. Bundy, Frank Bishop, George Wallace, Ed. Dobin, Harvey Cordell and Thomas Slavin, the toughs who, on last Friday night, with fourteen others, took possession of a freight train on the Pennsylvania road, near Indianapolis, and ran it to this city, where they were captured and jailed, were found guilty of trespass and lined $25 each and sent to jail for twenty-live days. Four of the party are wanted at Indianapolis for larceny.
Indianapolis (Indiana) Journal, June 10, 1891.