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Mnddled ComlltloH or Iho Hassle
Orent Doiunuit for Uoif Ordinances.
Coafunlou ConroBHded, nil tba Folic
!ouuailag vs. oTr, nad Broaa the
WHAT IS TUB I.Atr?
aV Perrmtory Meniaael ror Stale.
Wjiy Don't He? wo heur tbo Inquiry
every day "Why don't tho Mayor com
pel hta subordinates to onforco the city
ordiunuco lu ruirnrd'to dogs." Wo pause
for n reply. uvnes of thin morning.
The stupendous question of municipal
aUitesmnnslilp, before which our city
council and pollco courts Btaud confound
ed, Is tho dog question. Promptly, with
out hesitation, the council disposed of
tbo MaginnlH bond, the rallroud track
Issue, the Illinois editors, "dead-beats"
and all. and beveral other matters of Iru
nortanco: but when it approached the
dog question Insurmountable obstacles
seemed to tower in tho way. Lach mem
ber thought ho knew what should bo
done, and as a consequence great con
fusion ensued, resulting In a submission
to the city attornoy of all tho proposed
measures, with Instructions to report to
the council a number .of. ordinance rdfi
the subject of dogA an exterminating
ordlnunco, a merciful ordinance, an or-
dlnanqo In which severity and clomency
should be happily blthded, and other or
dinances In which hatred and love of
tho canine specie might bo commingled
in dltrerent proportions. In this way,
tho hopeful members of the council be
lieved they would bo enabled to obtain
an ordiunuco objectionable to nobody
aud in all particular "J'tst the thing."
Wo await the labors of tho city attorney
iu breathless suspense Tho field thus
opened to him is one iu which ho will bo
ouablcd to exhibit great skill and sur
prising Ingenuity. Tho problem ho
has under consideration is enough- to
confound a Philadelphia lawyer.
' Iu tho meantime, pending tflP an
nouncement of the result of the arduous
labors of the city attorney, u morbid ear
of hydrophobia began to spread among
tho members of the select council, and
finally it took entire possession of their
minds. At least three of tho councllmou
had seen fierce mad-dogs, In their mlnd's
ye, aud others, in Imagination, had be
held men, women aud children dying in
the agonies of hydrophobia. The result
was a resolution, drawn lu duo form, re
questing the mayor to issuo his procla
mation requiring all dogs running at
large to be muzzled, under "pain aud
penalty of doath." Tho mayor, by nsso
elation with members of the select coun
cil, having also become Imbued with fear
of dog madness, compliod with the request
of tho body over "which, ez-ofjlcio, ho
presides. The city marshal, lu tho most
peremptory mauner, refused to do his
duty under see. 262 of tho codified ordi
nances; aud, wheu he had consented
that tho day policemen might kill In his
place, they followed his example, and
left tho unmuzzled canines go unshot
and unpoisoned. This disregard of duty
tho mayor reported to a Joint meeting of
tho council, and all the members, with
bno voico, declared that tho proclanlV
matlou should bo enforced. Ouo of tho
day policemen, Mr. Cummlngs, began
forthwith to kill unmuzzled dogs. At
first ho poisoned them. But having
poisoned a dog on Thirty-fourth
street, a rooster died near tho St.
Charles Hotel, and tho owner charged
the death of his cock upon tho poison
administered by olllcer Cummlngs. He
also threatened to bring tho officer be
fore Esqulro Itross, upon the charge of
attempting to oxecuto a proclamation
which had been drawn without a suffi
cient number of "salds" and "whore
ases" and "now-thorofores" in It.
Knowing how technical 'squire 13 toss
Is how dcop a veneration for abstruse
law a few years study of tho ordinances of
tho city and the statutes of tho state has
glvon tho 'squiro, olllcer Cummlngs
wisely concluded to abandon "cold
plsen" and take to "cold lead." But
bad luck, llko a blood hound, (this boing
a dog artlclo this simile Is, wo take it,
permlssable) was on tho olllcer's track.
Tho first shot he llreil sealed his fate.
Ho was arrested, and taken boforo 'squire
nros9,nq)Oiv the chartferofhOpttus; witli
In tho corporato limits. Tho proof was
clear, aud the 'squire fined htm ton dol
lars and costs. Ho called tho 'attention
of the 'squiro to tho mayor's proclama
tion; but tho 'squiro on two grounds
knocked the proclamation Into plecos.
First ground: Tho proclamation does
notdeclaro that tho mayor Is of the
opinion that danger of hydrophobia
exists lu tho city. Second ground : The
proclamation requires dogs not muzzled
... I .nnii t''M'I "'' .iiHi.l .mwJ .iw . " fx. i
; -..ii . , ; .1, i . i
,1' .! il l
do not require dogs. U,bn muzzled atall,
And even If 'the' . jprdcWmation were
if tho 'squiro had drawtPit up himself,
tho officer would'hardlm right' to" kill
dogt'by slieoUBff alMfc - aee. '2MafltB
codified lordlnVnces- prshlbfk any person
from dlchar$lhi j Ate arms' -within
the limits of tlra etty; Thus the 'squiro
reasoned; aadwho dare assail his 'togiol
It Is true the ordinance does ' not
require the mayor to aetup'In his
proclamation that In kla opinion
there is danger' of hydrophobia, but only
to proclaim1,' VhiiShlsofinfoWlhcro is
Ndch danger, that dog owuera shall con.
fine their dtigs, etc. Any person but ono
who has taken long aud strong .draught
from tho fountains of the law, would, wo
believe, take tbe-rpmumce of such a proc
lamation as evldcncd that tho man who
Issued it was of opiuion that danger from
hydrophobia existed. But tho 'Squire
found' tha omission to bo a fatal objcetloji
to the proclamation. Shade of Buzfuzl
Concerning tho second objection to tho
proclamation, we beg leave td call the
(Squire's attention to sec. 252 of the cod
ified ordinances, as amended by ordi
nance CO. By this investigation, unless
ho may be able to give to tbo ordinance
a more subtle construction than our de
fective legal acquirements enable us to
give to It, ho will ascertain, that, after the
mayor has Issued' his proclaaaattoov all
dogs fouud running at large, without be
ing properly muzzled th language of
the ordinance shall be killed, and then
removed from tho city. Now, we sub
mit, that siuce the ordinance requires
unmuzzled dogs to be killed boforo
being removed from the, city in- other
words, on the streets and does not des
ignate the mauner lu which the .dogs
shall be killed, that the marshal, or eth
er officer, has the right to select the man
ner of tho killing. Wo know that sec
tion 217, codified ordinances, prohibits
any person from discharging a fire-arm
within the city, except In the law
ful defense of person" or property;
but does aot an ofllcor discharge his 11 ro
arm In defense of person when ho dis
charges it at a dog lu danger of becom
ing mad? and are not all dogs, not
muzzled, and ruuningat large, In danger
of madness? But at all events, when
the mayor has Issued his proclamation,
is It not the duty of the officer to take for
granted that unmuzzled dogs are danger
ous to person and kill them? If so, how
shall he kill them? If he cannot poison
them If he cannot beat their brains out
If he cannot choke them to death
may he not kill them by shootlug? Is
he net tbo Judge of the manner In which
they shall b:killed? The dogs killed
wore all.removed from the city by the
olty marshal, and as he did not see prop
er to-staln his hands with canine blood
he consented that the day policemen
should do that work for him. So that
Mr. Cummlngs, when he killed an un
muzzled dog, did so, in effect, under the
directions of the marshal and in accord
ance with, the, mayor's proclamation, and
and did only what he was authorized to
do by the ordlaancee.
It seems to us that the gentlemen who
desires to take issue with the present ad
position. sboa4(sicfc some other sub
Jectto make thought about.r) Wenow
it is uimcuu to restrain eamusiasm, uuv
to ro u t k &s aack'JL'sablct is; ci k e it,
i!dac-oad'' -BtsAfii Jfc ,lhe gnllemea,
wno, wiiu just enouga ui iw-ioruiug
to misquote, will only branch out on
seas! ak-atss4c t,v Aii eyaa owrvvatrfci
th elr heart's eesHeat, awl fseral tbo joy
tho unraasded,'$?! f tbetfllty. 'eo1 M
they bay the moon "aad thank the stars
that they bave a leKTaiifl 'dfeficeia'
'CONFIDENCE "'SHAMEPULL Y-T
Two or three of our radical oxohancres
published; with an evlcieutt satisfaction
the obltuju-yof thMbujour Democracy,'
an able auu junuouttai democratic
weekly, published by Wallace G'ruelle, at
Capo Girardeau. "Thereby haugs a tale
which wo will briefly relate)
Mr. Grue(le unwittingly took into his
conlldonco a Mr. Going, aasooiatlug that
Individual's name with bis own as one
of'the :i)Ubllsbert oFthe !"Deniocra6y.,
Going turued'oui la ""dead1 ' beat." He
canvassed for the paper among his
friends, got 92 names but no money;
returned 'honSdJ brought his wlfo with
borrowed moieyerwhlehr.Gruolle be-
came responsible, lo make the paper
pay" Golug started on a Second cftiii
vusslng tour; wasateenldaYs, during
the whole bf which time be was beastly
drunk.be care of hU, distxeimBd. iaaiily
not continue his paper, ahd reliove'hifif.'
self of the' aeoaaiary embarrassnenfc
thus Jmpbsed.tipo'u him, he. a'ccopte,d..a!
positioabij; je.St. Louis 'Tlinesy "whire1
dencohe managed yleledyhlaiOpex,
Graelle Emitted aa old friend, "itf'Mrj
Hlghtowsr, t9 ooaUBiM thmjMhUim'
ij . I .. i t 1 '
EOE:v 3"o.'13 Tenth Street, ThoratonH 'BuirainB. 1 x rocs: j
of the paper. Going, was to havo no
part in the management of tho office,
and was to reoelve pay simply for the
work he might perform, and nothing
more. A few days after Mr. Gruello'a
arrival in St. Louis, he received informa
tion that Hlgbtower and Going were
plotting to sell the office; and beforo Mr.
G. could return to Capo Girardeau the
office had been disposed of or rather
"stoles,' as GrusWe sUte Jt, by A. M.
Casebolt, 3'H.Mi-a4;, other radi
cals of the tr)asWfcaisu connivancy
of tho scoundrel Glaf "The larcon'
Says Mr. GraeMeifana iUn swclsW
Everything we ks4:roii;arth was stolen
even to our toeek bwseei'aad box of tooth
powders." With aa emphasis however
that moans something, Mr. G. declares
his purpose to re-establish tho paper. He
yfc shall Issuo our paper again, as soon
as we can get It In typo, and contlnuo Its
publication right here lu the city of Cape
Girardeau until tho day of our death.
We 'cannot be run out or stolen out. It
will take us at least two weeks to get
everything in typo rgaln. At tho expi
ration of that time tho Missouri 'Democ
racy' will makolts appearauce youuger,
fresher, and more worthy of confidence
and support than ever. As wo In a meas
ure will be commencing a new deal, it is
our Intention to drop all tho defectivo
featares of the old paper, and endeavor
to make jour future issues conspicuously
digalfled and high toned avoiding- all.
unneceafaaUy harsh personalities, ob-j
rtsulty Ami vitlfer repartee. It will be"
our alos;adeavor and ambltloa to pub
liih aJouraalaneKceptlenable lh all are-
spaeta.,r . '
Thai the saspension of -the MlesoUri'
'Democnicy' is aceounted for, It Was.
throsigbV a q,faH'iof Mr. Gruello, ut,
throsgh tae vklalay ofmea ln whbm'hV
placed confldeaeV. 4 He Is; howovor, the1
kind oi a mat. tip 'outlive such, scl-bacl;s;
and tho democracy of BoiiUieast Mis
souri should-bow rally to his support. He
is an able, fearless democratic champion,
and the man whom, above all others,
tho Missouri radicals would crush.
The Incomes of tho St. Louis newsjia
per proprietors, as returned to the United
States assessor, aro as follows: Republi
can newspaper, Georgo Knupp, $29,16o;
John Knapp, $25,211; William Hyle,
$7,000. The Democrat nowspaper, Wil
liam McKoe, $;n,030; G. W. Fishback,
$21,127; D. M. Houser, $10,000.
LETTER FltOyf OEN. LOO AN.
Tne newspapers are printing tho fol
lowing letter, alleged to htvvo been
written by Gen. John A. Logau to
friend of his whom he had promised
a good rat ofJIco :
DkakSiji: I havo lately joined tho
Methodist church, aud can't swear.
But I will say that things are golug to
h 11. A feller who isn't a relation to
Grant, orhasn't glvon him a horso or a
house, dosn't have no show. I am
doing all I ken for you. I oven Joined
Graut's church, but it don't seem to do
any good. I won't give up yet by a dam
sight. Meanwhile, send mo two hun
dred dollars more, and I will keep at
Grant. Yours truly,
John A. Logan.
Among the reforms .achieved by the
radicals, wo suppose .that bf which some
should occupy a prominent place:
In a certain Sunday school in San
Francisco, each scholar that is In his
place before opening school receives a
ticket for punctuality. A correspondent,
having gone early to school one Sunday,
observed a class of six or seven boys,
aged from 7 to 12 years, all of respectable
parentage, throwing dice to decide who
should have the whole lot of punctuality
tickets. He stood aghast at such deprav
ity, in such a place, ou such a day, es
pecially when one urchin roared out:
"Sixes! I've won: give us tho pool!"
Advices recelvedjq,. London from tho
Cape of Good Hope, announce tho find
ing of anothor diamond much larger
The Xlniler.soid It to native-doctor for
500 sheep, aud the doctor parted with It
to a diamond merchant for about seven
ty thousand dollars. The latest value
put upon It Is 32,000.
Prof. Agasalz says that fish is a kind of
food which refreshes tho system, espe
cially after intellectual fatigue. There
is no other article that supplies tho
wasto of tho head so thoroughly as Mali
diet, and the evldonco of it is lu tho fact
that all the inhabitants of the seashores
tho world over are the brighter popula
tion of thecouutry FlsjUntftlnapJjoip
phorous, to a' laruo exieht a 'chemical
element wh(eUbthe brala-'requlresiaun
health aud growth.
Account from the South do iiot.repre,-.
sent aayUmmk friendly "UMoai1
between thqjsqldlers and the iegrp9j
appears to bo rapidly growing, resulting
in frequent riots. The rollowlug from
one of our exchanges gives a brief ac
count of only one of theso disgraceful
Several days since a fight occurred on
the shell road, near Broad street, Mobile,
beltfiMue twayfasro and two
United States soldiers, in which the lat
ter wehHWuHy WeWpA' TMVlbldiors
were knocked uown.wlth bricks, and one
of then, aa he rolled into the gutter.
I am 1 1 m sai lad fltL-rattsa au t rHoitt&r,
UAA JjA.aa J A! ft
treat me." A negro who stood over him
replied, "Ybu'are a' liar, you d-d scala
Tho afTair created quite an ezoltemeat lo
the neighborhood, but 'no arrests were
mado."''" 'itMit ianoiifiH
Kitatc of William Rotifer, deccuad.
x Tlinlinderlirnort(!iatiflfr bfnriUhhnlnt.H nlmlnl..
rtor of tho csUilo of William ftottlrr, Uto of tho
unijr oi yiioxnnurr, nu hhmooi nunoMiUeacMtd,
"vn ii'i.ivw unit ue win upptqr ocora tne
iintycuurt of Alozander county, t the court house,
Iro, nt th8 July term, oil tht ftlrMoSiay in July
Kt. nt which tlmo nil Dariann hnrlnir rltlm. uilui
Bclcslftto jn notlflcj nnd roqiiatlMilo aUnd for
tho purposo of having tho inme ndlunteil
IniM.iilnln , .. -. 1 1 A 1 . - . .
eiiuiiio midcUto nre rennpstrd to makB
Dated thl M day of Jnna.'A. I) Imw. '
uACMt.i, ii am,, Administrator.
IT1IJK AI.-Sv-nty.no llioutnnd ttxred lath
Jj forcato. Apply to
JeMlw lUTTEXHOUiiK I HANNf.
trANTIi.D-AleJindcr County Order, at SO ctn.
VV ttiut Clty&rip tt5oonliUi..lo)W, for- all
kinds of Lumber nnitulidcra.' Matrtal5.
TM)lt HALE. CIIKAI.
Ne Cotttiifw'and "thre?
iot.'i P.nnicr locmt and Sixteenth utreet
OKERX A OiUUtm, Attr.H
i'."c,3rJccupt?J b. Fltt I'hillipa and Wm.
Inter. Poi-wbhIoi, rlren immel atetr.
V.. WIKSTON, No. If 01
tern,,: wrMW.XSm&F" "rlr
T EMOVAL NOTICE.
irl. jM., JtiUL JBJN.
W la. o X'& aale
tlty atlonal HijgJ:, whero with better faellitlei and
larKfMtock. lioolfclt the contlnttanco of patron
m.lny ne'i'. -fonr,i"nc"i M.ClluMTcfa,
Nuierlur ncroMmndatlaa for lloraie
nuil the jlnadllBir or all kiaate ml
IVoilnrr hr Coismliloa.
QIUTTENDEX SULPHUR '
4 ' ' ' 'AS OP 3R. I 3PO- Gr m . '
Crittenden County, Ivy.
0NLY:umrY miles fko.hca.iuo.
hauled and renotatcd the buUdirur and inade-aunh
oilier iniiroveinrnti aiulll Insuro the comfort of the
of leliutc P'0r" accommouation of tiio H-rou
In a rnellc'inal point of vlow tho walew aro iiunur
pmjea.cncctinff carci ofdcnuiaffd boudi, clironta
"?. Kenerai utility auu licac
of thu kfilrwy and utomvli of the" moat ngirnvalcd
lunl nlannloK character.
The proprlotorf, In their circular, aay that lhy
will un their utmoit eiertlonx to make them a plea,
ant and agreeable reaort duriju; tho aitniitur wontli.
ti ihoao seeking health or reoraatloni aud no pain,
will bo ured to make guet comfortable. Tho A
W( b m o
Ford's Ferry DaiTy,
aniOIACIuH will ba running from theae poinU to tba
the Fprln(t. Hoping tha patronage hitherto 'bejfbw
tl, Mill iKi conlliiurxl to lhepreat prHrltor,'lhr
trti.t they trill boaUo to slreaatUXaefionto thepubAc.
It. A. IILEdJVIIU01IE8. Proprietor.
il Aiitb ANlp!ADUdAHw
T3attiio ere .an
:ha1ig)ii tbaugh kiiVrBa'amerJtf
WM. WHITE, C4
It. V. NOUTllKUN.-i.!.. .i.. Mulor.
J. I. UKVCULTm.. Clerk
Will make yomiler DAILTTIMW between Cairo and
taduvnli; Jearliur Cairo 'everv2ovtiJtW.(8ttfidata )ez-
cented) at tiro o'clock.
The WhI to connect at PaducalivritMheNetrOrleana
and Ohionniryadanu thtuusbatlaiidanaffannette
river nacKeta. ' . a
r or frelsht or paaco nppir pit board, or.to
t ff v:t.r tin r".ar
SilYTH i CO.,
QUIQU.'EVEE.H'. i CAIRO; ILLINOIS
SUIJAHS, COFFEESj'TEAS, SYKUV,
,. 1 Molaaata, Tobacco, Cia;arf, t
M'lutloK-CalHws Putty. I-liue
ijiiiasttM, JtUtri.tiH aiaVf.
Cement. Plasler'Paris, Gunpowder
Old Hyc, MOHongalieU and VeturlM
X.ed Xieduci MUxota
A(a keui.3 cotuLiutlr' ou lifmd a mod comDlcia'
lock of "
SCOTCH AND IBISM WUISKV,. UIN
Vqr t Madtlra, SUerry Catiwiav
uo, MTrga t,
j, JttiED tco's qeKeMates wnjuEit
Vio aaii Miuiivey ipr.uMJMfttsB jriwiaw
attention of clo.e chy5.?,' J-r
J6HN HOBERLY:& CO
ill'll'f i iv fl . yf hm
to Ilarclaya for tho ce obrale.1 P'renoK
u Kcnuiac.and li unsurpaaicd m a boo
toot and ahoe
NuJZflK.ZXT7f r-.t your Ko'iue.
order or tlie any. White LonJ
filore, on tho Loree. you c .n get PalnCoili V
n fhesand Iye-stuof all kind,. !o"' nn lunil
kn.t. . -,t0 1't"!1 ' A . """ ,rnli and white
wa.n brunhea, ilarclayg' la the place.
or afO in rlnmanr . A t niirl'v 1V r
fc-iorr. It iMnMinhmi mVmm:"n " ""r
oJ? ISli"'1. if!"111, lV """"...crrror them, an eat
Ho crntK nMx. nr. If . arf.). n..n.... ....
Hiall, p.neWia thlrty-IKo crnta to IUrclav llroj.. an.l
Beent you promptly. .
F,l'l'A1LESilt.;rWM",t tIWnicto nwko
the Indeilcal at Itorclaya'.
BAT.lV'tlKADN "Afi'n OKAYKAIBN A.T
. .T-Tloa iJOjounantnrenfwalofilioUau.
' -ajiic e, iiir. inKiovrH, eureka, aud anr
otlmryowuiaywnnt, Inolmllnt! tho Jatamanl.
XirAWTBD-To find the
Itlnl In fttlrn. ni-
HCWherr. UllO lliu trio. I K'.fr. Sv.l.in llnnn.
taiur wiwinuirrceitmK Iil-.UlllKlltllKnKFlT. Many
or out leading cltlten have tented Ita virtue to aatU
fellon. At ilan lnyi.tr
IT Mudffo'a American Wiprrr Wine, unlike
wins. iirtfixAtlro In ita i.t!i-.-i. I, la
rlea,intand rellaMocure forcptlreueN. To bo had
at llarclaya'. ,
niyoT Ariux iia!I
,V auperlor aiwpcn-
X.lerlorklrUorMnti an uneimillett bracd for
nini Draco ror
trace, or noli
had Itarrlaya'. (nlnint freufriim I
nrtlelo lo be
yetcnntalmnKttll lhirtuenuf fiiminoti quinine.
EI7RT02VM TOIIACCO ANTllMTfThot
who wiali la null rhw!i.cr towco ran find a Sum
rT,.'n i''" n"' Antidote. (.VI a box and
try It. fend llfty cenn lo llarel.iy Ilrotlier., etlfo
aml-lhoy uiilaend you nl-uty mail. '
Kite ' "' "' w"du "f Wuilin"
r , n Tt .a ft t rytr fl
O anTi apend Are to ten dollara Jar, wl,oTrl.t
here at homo you can drink thn aef.M,n. wi.r V
cool an.1 lively a it IIrse. fre-h from th? "erroIrZ
at llarclay'a Im Slire,on llm Ireo? ' r-eiroir.
GAKDiKsf s,EI,fPilAAKvIi.Wiif jour own
K-rowini!. Initioiin irf'.in- r."
. . ' .. )hii nf.'iin. .n
have a full line .f Uiiiirctli'.. ami illn siiL a.
from South Union. Ky. .
"it l.ttm nrlBl It -
XJ CllOlCOOt lh-lllOi-.t Inl nf tti, ........ I-
you want tho U.t folou, Uveuder Water, I
Water, or other toilet u aler-1 if yiiu want anitl
,h0aynf Co.metlc. I-owd-M r l'etfuines
jJU8TIC WINDOW SHADE
Comer Wttsliliitftoiijivc ud 14tkfS(
t am prepared o till onlera for ahadci nfBni. ,l,m
or color at uheap V hny" other' ractory.;t KxtrmllMa
iTock of f r hX 0,,ened nolf ,iud ifrit
I ouocKiiira, rnovisio.vs, ina.,
uhleh 1 HUIira5nwJ Mnrilha:Bi2;rhna
XXX family Hour W uu wr lotrrel warrant,!.
mylldlm (Oppo.lto itt.lomJiouje) CajVoLluiooj.
1 Iff" yu j'imh )
Dealer it (lrt!eriu,i l.lmi, I'lt.Tt.l'aiU.lllaiUira
lUir, ( .'inriit.
n'iV.TLwipn-,iiMna. ;wnjw J5i4hthiw u t
Olild l4etre, Calm IllliioU. mylij:
Cur. Kletculli atul WnelUuiatoiaitAvcBBS
Kci'lunn hilli'l tlic . .'t.'tV.it.l rnniil llr.....U nn 1
nayuiuiiiUuH'mijyJ.i'!il caf. , X.tx
.io. iii.u:mcntu.qiuiu.ar-aiiuuuacuuiaa tuooa to
iler, at very low pneeii. ,,,,,.,
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