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e most of Mr. Kyle's grain. His negroes refused to follow them. Their worst acts of brutality were perpetrated at Mrs. Scott's another of the good mountain inns of olden time. Mrs. S. is a true Southern woman, and has two or more sons in the atwo stage drivers, named Hall and Mooney, who had driven stages in the mountains. As a sort of apology for excesses at Mrs. Scott's — which even Yankees thought needed some apology — It was alleged that Miss S. had some time ago hung out a Confederate flag ! The main army turned to the right below Scott's for Salem. A detachment of 100 continued down the Fincastle road to a field near Craig's Creek, some four miles, where 130 C. S. horses were at pasture. They captured three of the guarout a single wagon. They burned no railroad bridge on Jackson's river. They turned off from the Sweet Springs road at Mrs. Scott's in their retreat, and moving up Barbour's crock at the foot of Price's mountain crossed over the Rich Patch into Alle
City Council. --A regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held in the Council Chamber yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.--Present: Messrs. Saunders, (President,) Denoon, Glazebrook, Burr, Richardson, Scott, Hill, Griflin, Crutchfield, Epps, Randolph, Haskins, Walker, and Stokes, Absent: Mr. Clopton. Mr. Richardson, from the Committee on Hospitals, presented a report from the attending physician of the City Hospital, setting forth a favorable condition of the same. Upon his mopted, and the matter referred to the following committee: Messrs. Walker, Epps, and Haskins. Mr. Crutchfield presented a petition from the night watch of this city, asking an increase of pay, which was referred to a special committee. Mr. Scott offered a resolution referring a petition received from L. L. Barnes, asking an appropriation to purchase a new hose carriage, to the Committee on the Fire Department. Agreed to. A petition was read from Mr. Samuel Putney, one of the Trus