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ncil and Court: Jefferson Ward — Council: N. R. Hill, R. O. Haskins, John H. Greanor, Jas. M. Talbott, Allen Y. Stokes. Aldermen: C. B. Hill, Richard D. Sanxay, Geo. E. Sadler, A. F. Picot. Madison Ward — Council: G. K. Crutchfield, J. A. Scott, T. H. Wynne, D. J. Burr. P. R. Grattan. Aldermen: Jas. K Caskie, Jas Bray, John J. Binford. Wm. B. Smith, R. M. Burton. Monroe Ward — Council: D. J. Saunders, T. C. Epps, Fleming Griffin, S. D. Denoon, Larkin W. Glazebrook. Aldermen: N and that he may be declared elected in the place of said Taylor, and your memorialist will, &c. John M. Higgins." Mr. Hill moved that the contested election case be referred to the committee of the Council having such matters in charge. Mr. Scott reiterated his former views, quoting the ordinances. Mr. Glazebrook explained the actin of the committee. Mr. Hill renewed his motion for reference. Mr. Burr said that the Council, by no ordinance, had the power to pass on the qu<
er contains a pictorial representation of a Georgia railroad scene — a darkey with a pine-knot torch bigger than an approaching engine and accompaniments, occupying the foreground, backed by a diminutive log cabin as a set-off. Inasmuch as there is no water tank observable, it may be presumed that the darkey merely intended a complimentary salute to the iron horse as he wanted his way. Any other supposition would be a variance with the facts as they usually exist. In the same number, old Gen. Scott is pictured in close proximity to a large fort, which he overtops by several feet. The old warrior is radiant in the possession of flowing beard and a corpus that would do no discredit to Daniel Lambert. He has a spy-glass in one hand, which is no doubt intended by him to be used in drawing "a bead" on Southern rebels from the vicinity of the Federal capital.--Standing on one leg, the old fellow is evidently ill at ease. The London Illustrated News no doubt gave him the most eligible po