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he bill to provide rations for the officers of the army during the war; and the bill relating to exchanged or paroled Confederate prisoners captured by the enemy west of the Mississippi river. Mr. Hill, from the Judiciary Committee, reported without amendment House bill to provide for holding Congressional elections in Arkansas. The bill was considered and passed. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the relief of Major R. Hooper. Mr. Burnett, from the same committee reported back the House bill for the relief of Livingston Mims, and House joint resolution for the relief of Major W. F. Haines. House bill to increase the efficiency of the army by the employment in certain capacities of free negroes and slaves, was taken up, and on motion of Mr. Johnson, of Ark., transferred to the secret calendar. Mr. Wigfall introduced a bill to amend an act entitled "An act to establish the Judicial Courts of the Confederate States
s, which they offered for sale. The testimony elicited in the case proved the charge upon Bastin, but the others not being implicated to any serious degree with the robbery, they were discharged with an admonition. Bastin was remanded for a continuance of the examination. The Mayor postponed the case against John, a negro belonging to John B. Davis, charged with aiding and abetting Carter, slave of Dr. Cook, to escape to the Yankees by writing him a pass. Thornton, belonging to C. Burnett, was ordered to be whipped for entering a hen-house and stealing some chickens. Tom, slave of Edward M. Sorey, of Danville, was ordered to receive 10 lashes for going about the city without a pass, and committed to jail on suspicion of his being a runaway. A demented little boy, named James Davis, charged with stealing a car cushion from the Petersburg Railroad Company, was ordered to be taken to the Poor House, he being half witted and an orphan. The charge against Lavina C