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expedition. All able-bodied colored young men who wish to enlist, will leave their names with W. D. Mathews. Waverly House, Leavenworth. As soon as instructions are received from the War Department, (application having been made for them,) the regiment will be regularly enlisted, mustered into service, and received the advance bounty and clothing. Companies forming in other towns in this State will notify the undersigned. Ethan Harle, First regiment Kansas Zouaves. Leavenworth, July 18. Negroes as witnesses in courts. A great deal of astonishment and indignation is expressed in Washington on the discovery that a section was smuggled into the act supplementary to the act for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia, which places the negro upon an equality with a white man in the courts of justice there. The section alluded to provides that, in all judicial proceedings in the District of Columbia, there shall be no exclusi