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C. S. District Court.

--The time of this Court was consumed yesterday in trying Charles L. Dibrell, a young soldier, charged with signing his Captain's name to a paper intended to draw pay due him as a soldier. Shortly after his arrest, viz: On the 17th of December, Dibrell was admitted to bad for his appearance before the Court at the present term, to undergo trial, and appeared yesterday in accordance with the condition of his recognizance. The jury, after hearing the evidence and arguments of counsel, returned a verdict of acquittal.

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