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City Council --The Council met in called session yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the City Hall. Present: Messrs. Saunders, (President,) Stokes, Scott, Burr, Denoon, Walker, Eppes, and Clopton. The proceedings of the last meeting were read and approved. The President announced that the Council had been called together at the request of the chairman of the Committee on Finance, who had a report to submit. Mr. Burr, chairman of said committee, then arose and stated that he had prepared a report which he desired to submit, but as there was no other member of the committee present he did not feel justified in presenting the report on this occasion, and would therefore postpone it. Mr. Saunders stated that his attention had been called to a subject pending before the Committee on Arms, of which he was chairman, and he was greatly desirous that it should be disposed of. A complaint had been received from fifteen members of Capt. Miles G. Macon's company that th
C. S. District Court. --This Court assembled in the State Court House yesterday morning pursuant to adjournment. The case of the Roanoke Valley Railroad against Col. C. F. M. Garnett and Capt. Geo. E. Walker was partly heard and continued until Thursday. The petition of John S. Horton, under a writ of habeas corpus, for discharge from military service, on account of his being a shoemaker, was granted, and he was released from custody. Westfield W. Phillips, petition for a discharge from Col. Robins's command, in order that he may be enabled to connect himself with some Tennessee command, was partially heard yesterday, and its further consideration postponed until this morning. The habeas corpus case of A. J. Pitts, who claims exemption from military service, was partially examined into yesterday, and postponed for further consideration till Friday. The Court then adjourned till 11 o'clock this morning.