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the present high price of food, and to devise "ways and means" of removing the evil. It resolved to establish an agency system, by which the counties west, south and southwest of the city, will become feeders to the Metropolis, and to this end appointed the following committee to complete the object set forth. On the part of the citizens. Messrs. Robert Edmond, George Bargamin, John Harvey, Claiborn Barksdale, and the Rev. Dr. Jeter; and, on the part of the Council, Messrs. Hill, Stokes, Wynne, Scott, Griffin, Gladbrook, and (President) Saunders. The Committee met in the Council Chamber Saturday evening, and made all the necessary arrangements for the operation of the system. Agencies will be established in the city for the receipt of produce sent in by those commissioned to purchase, where they will be dispensed at something like reputable rates for the general benefit. It is to be hoped that the country people will do all in their power to further the object in view.--The rep