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VOLI III. CITY OF CARROLLTO pFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8,1860. N
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MJS LLANEOUS. eye,,
A Vision of True Womnnhood.
' BY HELEN FRANCES MAY.
'Twas not a form of beauty's mold, of
Which could the soul with rapture thrill, On
As though its presence here could hold,
Midst clouds of darkne.ss, sunshine still.
Her brow was free from taint of sin,
Her hand in kindness stretched to all;
For, as her heart was iure within,
She dreamed not of another's fall I
Methought her face divinely shone,
A light from heaven gleahued in her eyel
A living halo, not her own,
But brought to earth froin paradise! .
Methought the angles, heuding low,
Mistook her for a child f hlight,
-Sent, by their King, to lighten woo.
Wltirn aworld of deepest night i
Ber mission leemed a holy one
" She came tb loose her brlothr's bands,
And bear to heaven the s, .I she'd won
By ministry of holy hands.
She raised aloft the dr' ,.. iiie head, as
And bound the broketn spirit up ; - Vi
She brought to lifte the lii\ing de,il'
By draining half their bitter cupt coMn
'Through fields of blood she wandered on
To where a soldier dying lay;: elv
And, close beside, her own fair son, a di
Who, by his sword, was shauli that day.
But, stooping not above Ihe r dt't d
To grieve her woman', soul away, art
She raised the fainting lfo.an's head from
And sought the tide of life to btay. bece
Fast, fast the warm life-blood gushed out, 11sUI
The proud heart's pluo, grew l.lint and weak; lady
.And, as his soul passed gentlyl out,
The dying soldier thu' dil .peal)tk: de
"'My mother! is it thy df,'or hatnd a v
That soothes my tr'oubhi,l h leart to rest,
'Or spirits from the viewhes lni in h
Who've come to beatr ii" t,, the blest? tent
"'I had a strange, will dri.:n this night; her
I saw thelgleam of ban:tle si,'lus: a a
And lay own blood gret.\ t , ly .-ight, h
A crimson flood; and lift'e a,,.;irs
As what hath been, but soon shaliull be ,
No more, till through th, vault if heaven to I
The angel flies, the ralptivi'" t , ' ".
And death's strong lie intt vaiu are riven! Whi
"'"I thought I laid me down tio ,leehp, W
The last, long sleep, in i',roign lands; sho
And unknown eyes for ime hdid weep,
While o'er my couch a stranger stiandis.
And then methought hit features changed
My mother bent above her childl; e
Her heart nor time nor wrolng's is ran'lged,
Though he was wayward, har.sh land wild. -, y
"Fold me within thy strong u'iuiembrace,
Of ny mother. ehangeiles. pure! COT
For keth's relentless hlndl shall trace
Words that wake my passpolrt sure.
Press your dear lips to imv forehetiad,
Clasp my cold hands',vith.in your own; [DS
For my soul, to.night, hath borrowed
Joy and hope from days long downt! ic
"Childhood's scenes are bright before me,
Youthful friends again I greet;
Native skies are bending o'er ui", far
With their look of love replet.t,,
Take my praises. oh! my Savior,
That at length I rest at home;
'Ihou unheeding my behavior, at
Whil'st me ne'er from he,.ce to 'roai. Is
"I would sleep now; I in weary it
With the labors of the day
With the battle tiere. "and dreary;
Earthly visions fadet away. fo
Give to me your nightly blessing;
Lay your soft hulldl 'in te now
With a tender, light eaire-sing, ha
While before tiy (lod I bow." pe
She pressed her lhtnd upon hi brow, th
And wiped the dew's of' death away; bl
She sees his soul is quiveriSg now'
Upon the shores of earthly day. hv
Her woman's heart lir got its deald; h
He thought his mothr's voilce hei a it:,rd,
As on her breast she laid hit 1t"oe'I
And breathed one sw\\t, lendearing word t
She closed.his sighti'ess ey\s. iat last,
And rapped him in his w\arrior-dress,
And sa t tears fell thiuck a;ld last-B
She 'emed his mother in distress !
She left him to his lon"ly y lep, ni
The living needted now her care.
He lies where nohe' e'er comine to weep,''
But half her heart still lingers there I P1
She'd made the stranger y-,uth a grayve
Where winter snows shall never full, c
Nor stormy winds around it rave:,
Here summer lives that comnis to all a
The waves of ocean noiseless be at
Against the riftled rocks :and r l,.tre:
Elhe trees join hands in this retreat,
And silence dwells forev ermore.
O, 'oman I let thy glory be
Io give thy stdrving fo.lniait breadl;
Lif a captive, set'him free.
·-,r bind with cords of love intend i !
CO, wanderng o'er the burning haiuls. C
: If, parched with thirst, his inied he tell,
Vith eager haste ahd willing h:iadls
,A Bring that which shall his t!,ver queull.
Be thine the hand for huagnarl wa;nt
" A board of plenty spre:ading wiile;
Nbr when the child of pride shall vauut
His richer garb, the poo.ade'ridet'..
7o ease' the bodtt racked wit h .pain,
To buoy the soul tof sadness ul,,
Ahd help the soni of guilt attain
The realm where endler ji,,s hit'll sup.
And if thy brother, man, oiucp''rr,
Then seek thie right way to fisaiin;
Receive once more the wandft'rer
Rememnber not guilt's damnlling stain !
Show hlin repe'ntant heart" rei-"ivi.
From thee. whairtio,' tein ta:l~l"n,'r dlnied
'1'o fallen men who will i,,to v\"
And trust the Christ tha;t t',i il, u di,,id.
- .And for thy sister need L I,],'aI
They who've long d\a it nt'iitl: 'nis dark nibhtt
Dost thou not know thuiir hiurts It'ft b l'dl
Again to feel .o driathini 'ilight
Is dark'ning o'er their , 'c', fir ''ami i
Strctch forth thy batl ;tili lil ti tiln hrop,'
For they ar' huiiil ll the '
Tlough not, like tli',', with -i il.'(re riie!
Or if thy soul haIti n,;r: us rr,.
Then canslt tlhI hl i ort d'i f;i;i u
But if thoxst fal d it * .r r,
As thou dost hli,' ; ,i' - i l-rdllnutg gra'c',
And though h ir ,l thi1 li lst liplor,'
"Though only wrong ha done,
Go bid her live ai i i, !: i ,-"
Old Love asid lIw.--' Y tLilr.Y *. MAY.
The saloon of tihe Ocean House at
Newport na growded Be. autv, weak,
and wit'* n every it wasthe
night of ball, a
ingston is !" e laimed Mr. Verne.
"Beautiful !" replied the ladyv byv wi om
he stood, tossing her head disdainully,
',h', Ia,' and she raised her las·s to her
eye, "I think she's positively pn
vulg' king Ta
of s betra
ward into 'el
usurer, anhs i
lady, disca' to ad
despise ade for Yo
a wo of as ve her, ente
ins ntheat- usV
ten viously ,pa Vernon to they
hero 11ld, rA ~ a Belvile, they
a tall, , yo I ft -twenty, vil
who anners of ceal
'sweet een." tVernon prol
to su a'being di rpre the few,
who . ,o what an extert his fortune
was i vd. Vernon's answer was cut
shor the appearance of no less a per- w. r
than Mr. Belville. sex
ow are you, Vernon, fine girls here, tow
eh ?" said this gentleman, slapping the wht
young, man somewhat familiarly on the She
alhoulder, "denced hand-onoe gal that,just sesI
come in, and has fell heiress to a cool tim
hundred thousand. By Jove she's a lucky lest
thing to get the hunk of money old Snarler hiv'
made in the East India trade." (his
- " Isabel Livingston heiress to Mr. Snar- ow
ler !-you surprise me," said Vernon, " I
thought he had sworn to cut off his sister's ma
family with a shilling, for marrying Mr. bet
Livingston." a I
't.'Ave, so lie did-so he did, hot he died tlIa
at last-d've see?-without a will-and so am
Isabel Livingston. the only daughter of his wa
only sister,gets his fortune." wil
"It's singular-I never heard of this be- Nc
fore, said Vernon, half musingly. . " wu
"Mamma, la! if I don't think Mr. VerltbI the
has seen Miss Livingston' Iefore," w'sl f
pered 'the daughter behinr~ her, an.; abrd th
then raising her voice and. g and su
blushing as Vernon fooked over- pr
hearing her, It( tind, oq hit
hauiesn't benh allf t" t vd ro
that you it' ; vel
" Gad .t fe. 1ý1rý
Belville, "4A brt. lish ma so t
many people ;ieeQrackIý Why -
isn't much alter all, I4geese. 'For in ti
part I don't see why some le get hlI3 hi
ed for writing poetry- nothing-? Ih
could do it tnyselfhif I'd saidL he, with
a sneer. "I don't think this Mr. Benson
a man of talent; no p~,et is."' Arnd finish-i
ing his sentence with a supercilious Ioo4".
at the suoljjet of his remarks, the. ci-(e
vant gre'en-,rcer inflated with the coi-
sciousn.;s o, hIis wealth, thrust his tingers ,
into his waistcoat pockets, and mar hed
o;} to j:,in anothley group. ...ý- `
"WhyV, hy rdear Miss LivingstosP'' "
d've do?" eaid the shrill voice ,pf Mn
Belville, at .thia.moment, as Mr. BefIson
led his beautiful:rtnr'er to a seatnba&it~e
pretender to torne "howv have you beep 'thiR I
age ? Why, how ,;ll `'k'cLkinrg- t
Laws me, AAd so y ktow Mr. Verhnol.
Well sow, I ido say, how quiet }u"vc all
S vit was as Mrs. Belville said. Isabel
"Iivin-tin had sea rcely replied to the vul- ,
gar address of her neighbor by a distanti
thiough polite incli:'ion of her hecal, be
tore'she caught the eves ,of Vernon fix, d
upon her with a o.,k o! i,.uiry intod de
lightt, anid a. l:e bo\~tl and sc! tied hrward,
ht' a lif ht tblushi ja: ed , 'r ti i e in tilrl
cheek, tit .i set art''V I re ' i, nfl t~ on irilr
of Lhe voice tmiLht ,''' I. cl i -f , ':t,'d ii
replyii, , t i'ns a im,',,.
Tih ' h ph' noIt r ,ii.d ,.l. ,t'r held a
lv'o 1 ,} I ':on d:it . the Isnlu ,t whiieh eas.
thiait M1i-" livi'ig-. n i i t prove a formii
dal le rival ar d tI al t tri rore no arts were
to tie (. iit,- Ir t' -dtcih thI li ,shionable ' ~id
S iea i :,i e . M'1. ,iornt reached his
room, ato lh ,tnii himself abstractedty
A. into a lart(e trhw-cair; sat for nearly' ani
"e. at h'r with i, face leaning on his hand:
It), &t lrngth he starred ip, and pacing.the
he rooi rapidly, exclaimed, ta- if cttkinaKng
fIT tr.p, of thought.
' "Iieal. L vingston is iar more beautif
Liv- ,n I ever.rermed she couhl 'ue. Ye ,
, ,n I once hved her-tit last I told Ier
ully, now;" and he paused before th% glass
1her .'pshan ' iti.i d4ie to think .... "ihui.-he
If as wealthy as this they
iss Belville; but then, ride.
other, and coar-e The
Isabel has no:ie of arrivn
vulgarity so Verne
ght. Ah! I for- the in
1lness I showed to "G
Vuncle disalppoint- ignoir
tations in omitting Mr. I
'm cursedly afraid forgo
it. But then, how ridiii
ould ver hIecotlo morn!i
:,e t euiedly unluckv, Ye
of I , It n "ever called his I
after my returnt whicl
faint heart never broke
besides, if Isabel port
me, as I really think she zinc.
ts ngt so difficult a matter
Vernon to re-kindle that 1
in her bosom. Besides, I'm Thu
aking a heroic sacrifice in giv- afloa'
,fortune twice as large for my legit
m that time Vernon was almost
lwa s at the side of thle beautiful lsa- the i
'el Livingston. lie rode with her, self
with her, danced with her, prome- TI
n wit&h her, and this too, without a is th
riva, for her former suiter, Mr. Benson, of I
ad been compelled to return to New
York by business, and few cared to 11011
enter the list against so resistless a bheau Nap
-s Vernon. Everybody declared that pil)
they were already affianced lovers, or keel
they soon would'be so, except the Bel- true
villes, whose chagrin could not be cn- thet
cealed, and who sneered eveni at the
n propability of such athing. the
Vrcttion, however, was not so well writ
satisfied with his progress as was the t ro
world at large. Ihis knowledge of the the,
sex told hinm that- the conduct of Isabel he,
toward him, was not exactly that of one bed
e whose ultli 'ctions he had anew engaged. G r
]e She was too e:asy, to) coimposed, p1s- of
sesed of too muchll quieit calnness at all Fro
ol times, not to awaken uneasy suspicion, Lot
lest her love was not gained.. Still, clo
er liowcver, she did nothing to show an" we
distaste ft, Vernon's society, and his ary
r- own vanity led hint on in the pursuitt-. - M
NI or was his love any longer a nle r_
s matter of calculatitn to Vcruno . It a
[r. become a necessity-it hlad 'n in dal
a passion. If ever lie loeda woman, bel
ed that woman had been Isabel Livingston,
so and when it had becomn6 kn0tn a tre
us was not her uncle's hemrbss, it was
without a struggle that Vetnon loft
to- Now, hdwever, a4l his.old feoling h
wards Isabel revived. lit love n h
` the first time; loved wit4 ze thae ho
) fervor of which such a a l igh E
d thoughl capable. lie cotl e
': suspense no longer, and deter nin
- ropose at once for Isabel, lie chos fo be
4 is purpose an afternoon when thdy
iL rode out together.
. Words cannot describe the eloquenfice
wrfiWhA the Jwve r-.for Vernon's tal
Sl fish ind, was cap- p
ir t the- es te 0 týº-poured
0 (or4 As in ttn car a his ntis
tyerss. it..it ew di answering emo
in tions' fi *ae -A slight blush per- a'
haps tinged 'ier ek .a moment, but 'I
-1 her yes oalmly 1 inti. his own, p
it and a er voiceýra , ld clear, as she Iii
hit ' V .n ",she said, t
00 ."cpý . iy- o, stilt, (10 - n0o i ,
( yc n.ger. You reni("nfIi 14c1" " Thibh' f<
f 1et yon, oit ditgulfo. i -
rs ou 'n kLe"'to j d o a m noU;i. t thiiiit "i
he lovty4- I in ,ut. I r
. lovedf y liwit;li alid t et ten04 .o a gr me It
wlti t i)-h kPw'w ,i I .Wl t .w'r( J1'
e first loqnve. But hoth wrd. I fv r rtc:ne hd
all : U.t - c-ut.I l
aail Whie I thonght only ,f you --while it
wlor, froti you wn. -" y I w-- 'hil theI.
<idayy s d o st withltt your I,' -
b wii c-w1hihg, short. I gute'" it," .y' 1
u frc.ee",vrery postnltn of" sy he :t, : u t
iaet e orf(ic(odoy clhlating lion guh' my
,,be- rtu , would ,/'," , l u ,,'i 'ring, -ie
;I .mtruip r'rtu'ntly did, to diha-'I ni'
a lt,,I g hgr ii a.s. I was not imy. illhbl4a
, Yo r . , ., r n,\,n , iu t lis t ,n i fi t , a n d
d u nli I will h. r ' ,. Y,, i1' n '
:l d iwlit t ca,-( - , my uulu wl l w -
a hls . d r, n Id I 'u~, hi, tg . o( ij rl -
atey u ,til . I 1 ne i I.t 1t -,,' tlln clihi
r i ' y hii arti ,n vi-, ,t , 'iig u n ovu r bhr
h and onq d: t j,.,, , ni it is a mis
gdtIle ttk.ce. hmn ih j thatlove is
xding unwdhSy. !t i- I,,t iiap4 silule. And
Sun ; r1n,,. ~""i In nkerptn e. You
Luti f t
a her a bribe of Jg. Hennon.n
ue EUe - o uJI nrt g-V. r IL w
glassa MnOtificatiaok and Rhaino over)'iwereid
i,-hieI iim. ani h r'aw tl:il whi-n h,' -aw that
they were Inear the termination of their
ride. To Pr
The first person they met on their
arrival was M. Belville. Ashamed of
himself and stung to the very quick, Bae
Vernon took advantage to propose to it is 11
the inillionairo for his daughter. city ti
" Gad, are you the only mnum hero d1nce
ignorant of your loss of fortune!" said Incor
Mr. Belvilhl, superciliously. " But I causo
forgot the mail caIte in while you were Oic
riding with Miss Livington. Good tax li
morninig, sir." of thi
Vernon fhurried to his room, opened ls fix
his letters and found that the bank in thu
which he was a large stockholder wast lereb
broken. In two hours hle had left New- ,howi
port forever.-[Ladies' Natiounal .11uga- lun
ziec. it is t
NaIt,,leon's Legitiamacly, Again.-- perty
rThe numerous stories that have been tag
afloat, from timn to time, as to the sItiot
legitimacy of the Emperor Louis Napo- with
leon, are thus reverted to by a writer in delay
the New York herald, who signs himti- t'ak
self "A Friend of the F,'amily:"
The last and most ridicuiois of tll stay
is the stateiue u.t that uong the papers tax r
of P'rin(e Jerome were fo mnd letter's (un
from loui.~iiis Illpaprte, late King of proci
lolland, denying the legitimacy of lie
Napoleon tit' '['hird, and that lthes for 1
papers were sent to England for safe sitree
keeping. If such statements were front
true, is Louis Napoleon a man to let and
themt out of his clutches! on p
The father of Nalpoleon the Third, owns
the late Kiog of Ilollamd, inii his own Mori
writings and under his own signaLtire, vion
treats these unfIounded statements as Attu
' they deserve, with contempt. V' len
I he, Louis Bonaparto, was on his death
' bied, and his son, now on the throne of
. Granie, was in prison in the fortress con
of ifnra, lie wrote 'an tppeal to the
1 Frenoh Government to adlow his son,
, Louis Napoleon, to visit him before lie he
, closed his oes. in 4i ,, or in his own mid
words, 41a hin~fq more in his Par
SarsJs." was a p~6iitail appeal- aimd
n;lino tptess a bastard to his bosom; sht
thjs.appea_ was the cause of Louis orJ
Na oleon effecting hi4soapo from his not
Sdark and dreary p on, if we can of
, bel]ye his own statements. eat
, T e who are familiar with the por- 11p
e trai Louiq Bonaparto will readily pet
ise th. resdnbhlnoe obtweent hi, m I l,
d slos,'ti Emperor of the Fi'rench;
ye ai y. pakanco of the 'yo cs e- it
Sgirq 'attrt'tb7 attention of the l,- ili,
Shol or; the cbhek bones and lips, as ait
ell as the goDbral outlilne of the liveil Ohl
nd, faci, cannot well be mnistakeien.
'His walk, too, is muclh like his fatler 1111
10 before he becaule atllicted, lpairllysicd. 'l
3e CITY ORDINANCES. tn
l- 'l O i I)I,'A N(.'E If'
i ('oncerulliSi 'lTomb. lind Tultu lt Uin the'
ed - nrrollIo1ts o l 1."s w 'ry. ri
Pin 'i et ,July -,:, I i;. I i.
1- I. 13e it (li Or inl l /. the b I' iil tIayor
-ti, .t , ' 'r; provided, t .l "ii i eiiut
o tl lirn the T'r(ih s, ,rr, rltlin t t nie
A t. G d hollars I1i,1 for .-i,', us,, . si
tom - 2. ert it t;'tliir ritl,,,,ll,/, ' h l i1t 1 1 .
,i 'M ayor is ethl ,,riz, , 1 gen t , r l l , r, ill 1:
W s wriit ng to the it fil. igr tlitlll
e Ilitt''linlit'll I t 111, " , i nils i lli lie t i
u e. per 'son 11, wh r it ,hill lit rusts it to It
en himl by it t±eitlicate sig"iil iy tio or "i
i iot'e citizens that till' I,(ii iseti. iid li- 11
I retialy pioiir imidi left'i nut u lu t Iiwhe rl'it. ih
l's t' pitay the ,urial d ,s.
-.tl ! 1. Hi-' t f i e r ( )rl,/, ,,,I, ' ihat it i
o :a .sih ll I le thi ,s di t il," y*"('l':. to i
the. 1., u and keep the oii (' Ini try Vlialt
-,..- cl, o ,td 1 , with b hrik-7 nuii, i i rti"r unlt i t ,i
y,,l pr, ,serwve the s iul!('r- oll tilt. \nlillt 71, l
v niii mu('lh as possille wlll rei'lelw tllieeil \wh,.i
y I I. ," 1 /ui h rl Oru/i, ,,i /. 'Ihliat,. ti,
li ilu - i' - i. lith ,rizuiit ,i'it i Ii 1rilt i li l- 1 '
l ai- in i t-li t-, w lalou linth i'r i , a wriiili , i ,.
neis l rlnea rly ibte i --t l( I'" n l ""fur "l t I
And of n .a t ,r jimIt in tiit m I 'ni iall' fui
You thicra, n f dr the p trhl , if r, iir.,th
6. l i, fu,1 i , r ( a u,,/, i...., 'J'hiat .IIy
b ti "' , w" ,.,o rmhll !,1 ±' of t"rpse ikl itv ,v
woy thle VCV rlt i k 1t,. autnh. y wit, it i t e
wi(n l, t . ojd .rs|" mi nd n y wr 'tt i wpo id fe.h ii
ca n h iit wi oi utriy, r r, k ,r i -
AN OR )IVNANCE
To Provide for ircording Privileges
and to RHegulatse Tax Suits.
L'Pttssd July 17, 1160.
Be it Ordained by the .Mayoer and
Counc'il of the C ait ' Carrollton, That
it is the duty of the Attorney of this
city and he is hereby directed, in accor
dance with Section 17 of the Act to
lncorlporate the City of Carrollton, to
cause to be recorded in the Mortgage
Offtlice of tlhe Parish of Jefferson, all
tax bills which remain unpaid atille end
of the delay of 21 days, for answering
as fixed by section 1ti of said act; and
to, that end and for that purpose, it is
hereby madte his duty to prepare a& list
showing the nute.s of the debtors, the
anmount due by each, the year for which
it is due and the description of the pros
pert' , 1as foutnd ont the bill, on which the
tux is due; which list shall be made and
signed by him forthwith after the expi
ration of said delay of 20 days and filed
with the Recorder in the least possible
dehlly, to be entered on his Books ac
cording to law. ''Theo Attorney shall
take . ludgmlents by default against all
,ersoi, hs who llhave not answerod and then
staynv law proceeodings, oni all unanswered
tax suits until further orders, of the
(Council. Iii ull answered suits he shall
procee'ld acc'ortdingl to law.
Bc it further Ordained, That all bills
for paving or other work done on the
streets nnd sidewalks land for which the
front owners are liable according to.law,
and all bills for work lawful[y done
on private property and for whioh the
, owner is liable, shlull ,e, recorded in the
1 Mortgage Ollitce by the ('olleotor pro ,
Svions to Iceing put in the hatids of the
s Attorney for suit.
B Concerning the Police of the Parish of
lo Jeflersoun--l~e Bank.
PaItn d July 9th, 18060.
Be it Ordaine, etc., 'I'hat all white
n male residents of the Left Bank of the
is Parish, above the age of twenty-one
and under the age of forty-five yoears,
.; shall be subject to ,patrol duty when
is ordered by the Polico ('onuittee, and
is notified by the Syidlic, except ill case
tu of sicknoss or for somno other plausible
cause, provided, any person called
r- upon to perform patrol duty shlull be
ly permitted to put antother peTrson in his
; IThat. the Polico .Jury shall annually
ait their first A ugust llmeeting elect at
iiiglit-poldice to be IIuter' the supervision
Is and diriection of thli Syndlic, who must
I obtatini his orders and directions each
weeik fruil thle L',lic' ('co(uiittee, and
ar tlatk at weekly report, to said Con
'l'it: I'olice ilt1all c' (i ist5 Iof two good
anl trustworthy IueI i t a salary of fifty
dollars ($50) p'"r iontih etac'h, whose
duty it, swhll I, to pIatrol overy night
fl'om .un owltlo,, to r Inllrisc, the public
roadil or such ihports in thie jurisdiction
ofi Ihe PI',licle Julry, as rimy be ordered
pro by the P'ulice ('oninlittie to the syndic.
',, hll orders aot' tth (%,ommnitte, to be
lnt ,trictly i. cret.
'to T e '1,pitr l rlhall co,,lsist of nt ,'ss
I luse thlari ' t lre t arimel lel', nnd as many as
e Is till' tlung'r rnly reqguire'.
it Aiu the said paitro.,l are to be called
iplt out only ill catses of' nalee:ssity or to us
si-t ttlhe plice whlein iplIlitci safety re
the uir,.- it iill ll 'i tln:-,4 tilt; S:yndic m ust
o The polic'e or lpatrols hill arresnt all
il- 1 e111 before It ti l l tllltll i ll.ngistrate,
t ll 'ilt. rilil. it r ':iii from their owner. n ver
i , ir iltlI. VI t l i e hiih uu''',trd ll('v l(,t h te.J r
llt- rf le, or i,,,lo er. TIey n1allrr,1 deliver
i1 to sah hI invl int the'ir oliwll r, over'r, orli
,i lt. l tplv r if It rt ,it h nt, anti I ci.titl.4
Ihe ti ',,'i vth e l lr iIdolillr fr th ll rlfil twliier,
, t, ,, . it r1,t a: d ih1liv 'ry of c .
tl e Ai lI u l -ili;v,- wlthit. , Ihey iaity trr 'e.t
..i,. r ...e a. eI.:r tl, 1 I'=1"/r il"' ,.llol<( 'er
p n I'1 a i+', ' ory tht'- i , hall deliv,,r in the,
111 ri,, 1n 1 ad -h .I i ni nl I . c ntlitll to th i l(r ;
,I a ,ollar l' ( 3i ,) f',,r . hl u'll evii, t sulcr 8ic:h
v tlr.- a iiI r ucl w liv,.ry.
'l'lT h t A r-ic l. v, fi, I1, II, 1:2 amlt
131, of 11 ohlinii+, co.tnc·1·riiilif ipltrols
t the g:'atd t, 1th, ,,li'c'e . AI frtei r, the
r [i h t in ri-di.t io ! o tf the | (c~ ,ar.Jury.