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City Council. --The following business occupied the attention of this body, in called session, yesterday morning: Mr. Denoon presented a petition from William H. Davis asking the privilege of attaching a turnout on the Fredericksburg railroad, on Broad street, to a wood-yard which he has established on the corner of Second and Broad streets. Referred to the Committee on Streets. Mr. Scott offered a resolution having for its object the adoption of some measures for bringing fuel into the city for sale to the citizens at reduced prices. Referred to a Special Committee on Fuel, consisting of Messrs. Scott, Denoon and Stokes. A communication was presented by Mr. Hill, from John G. Taurman, offering to furnish eight thousand bushels of coal for the use of the citizens at thirty-six dollars per load, and asking the assistance of the Council in procuring a detail from the military service of A. P. Deitrich to superintend his coal mines. Mr. Taurman further states that i