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C. S. District Court.

--The trial of John R. Hughee, indicted for passing counterfeit Treasury notes, took place yesterday, and resulted in a verdict of "not guilty." Thus, but one of the party of four implicated in this transaction has been convicted. (Wm. R. Hughes,) and he will probably receive his sentence to-day.

Judge Halyburton will commence calling his docket on Monday next, and all persons interested should bear the fact in mind.

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