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Proceedings in the Counts Mayor's Court,Monday, November 3.--Wm E Jones, a Welshman, and member of the 6th South Carolina regiment, was brought up for exemination on the charge of shooting and killing H. Snow, of the 10th Louisiana, Sunday ovening about 4 o'click, on Broad street, near the corner of Brook Avenue. The circumstance attending the affair, as appeared by the testimony of a number of witnesses, were as follows: Jones, being under marching ordere, had obtained leave of absence fis companien started for the purpose of beating him. Seeing them coming, as the witnesses said, he retreated to the line, of the reilroad, and called out that he knew the crowd, and that they could not safely further molest him.--The resolution of Snow's companion seemed to have failed him here, on seeing the two revoivers which Jones had drawn. Snow however kept on or near the sidewalk, endeavering to get a chance at his opponent, who meanwhile, continued his source down the street on the rail