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C. S. District Court. --This Court met on Saturday pursuant to adjournment, and transacted the following business: The petition of R. G. Farley, asking to be discharged from military service, and claiming to be illegally detained therein, was heard and rejected, and the said Farley committed to the custody of his Captain. The petition of James P. Oliver, for a discharge from military service, was continued till Monday, and the petitioner admitted to bail. W. A. Bass, asking to be discharged from military service, will undergo an examination on Thursday. The petition against John Chambers, asking to be discharged from military service, was continued till Wednesday at 11 o'clock, and the party admitted to ball. Reuben Rider was discharged from military service under a writ of habeas corpus, on the ground that he was a shoemaker.
C. S. District Court. --E. A. Loring, claiming to be a mail contractor, or conductor, was discharged. The case of D. Sodini was further heard and continued till this morning. The cases of Jno. F. Chambers, Wm. H. Brower, At. Katon, Thomas E. Kinney., W. A. Bass, H. E. Johnson, P. E. Cottrell, and C. F. Robertson, were continued until tomorrow. After transacting other business the Court adjourned till this morning at 11 o'clock.
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