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FUIIMSIIKI) 1IY JOHN H. OHKUT.Y A CO.
M. II. HAllUKI.L, ASHOCIATK KDITOK,
TUESDAY, JUL-Y 13, I8C&.
llllliolH cent i nlR. n.Clmngo or Time ,
Tho trains now leave as follows :
oorNO NoiiTif :
Mall train leave at..... 2 o'clock tun.
hxpret " " 2; 10 p.m.
Mall train unite ut.:......... o cloals run.
KjtprcM ' " oi p.m.
FKKHIIIT TII.VIJJB :
Way, leave al :fl) o'clock a.m.
hiproM, " ............... 4:lu " p.m.
Way, nrrirn at 0i30 ' p.m
Kxprcw M t:jm .m.
Dully, Sunduys excepted.
Arrival nml I)riurttirr nf Hnn.
'lrn l'ol Olllep, Kolirtlary 2, 1849
North (through i -Jt-Vi b.iii . , . . .Tooti.cn.
Vorlh iwny) ,.. 4:45 n.rn 11,00 pm.
rilh (llirouiflirtnil a1 J 1 m II im n tn
7JUUI i.inMiiiiii.v .. u,j vuua.in....
'Ohio Itiver niulo.,. p.m....
MnnlMippl Itiver roiitn,
Tuetduy ami Friday.- 6:'X) p.m...
Charlciton, Mo., Tuesday
Thurtday Jk Saturday... 11:00 a.m .
ThctM, (loom ItlntK1 mil
Santa Ki- .. .. OojptnKr
!.() p. in.
. ;) p.m.
7 .01 n m fi.
Oli o il:- r it'ih'irUoi'rylair I'liTl Monday.
J. M.i.IlAIIAM, P M.
The VlnconiH'S & Indianapolis rail,
road, which In a direct continuation of
tho Cairo fc Vlnccnncs railroad, will bo
completed by the 1st day of August.
During the imC month pollccmnii
Arnold lias col looted from criminals $11-1,
and gave tho city, through the convlc
tlon of offenders who could not pay their
linen In cash, one hundred and thirteen
iay' fitrcet labor.
Tho circuit court hai disposed of itH
rlmliial docket, having sentenced eight
persons to the ponltenllary and punished
several others by linos and Imprisonment
In the county Jail.
An Alabama paper takos payment In
logs. If the 'Bulletin wore to take the
4ame kind of currency In exchange for
-subscriptions and advertisement It
would Inn short time have n huge pat
ronage and about half a million 'f the
Dr. Tuggurt N at Great Halt Luke City,
;md 1h writing letters abusive of the Mor
mons. Strange, this. Every peiou ac-
lualnteJ with the Doctor expects him,
on account of tho polygamous fcattiro of
the religion, to lxrome a speedy convert
A gentleman, p.indtig by the residence
jf Mr. I'etrie, the butclier, last night
tboutll o'clock, was attacked by three
if that gcutlcman'b numerous dogs.
With great dlllleuty he prevented them
rim lunching otr the calves of his legs,
lly a igoniu iiio of his boot-tuu, and an
xpeditious climbing of the -Mo-wall:
ailing, he dually escaped
V young lady, about .'sixteen yearn of
i -r, stepped through the high ulilowitlk
in Mftoenth itret, and injured her leg.
"he declares that, if anything norlous
should result toher limb from tho nccl
lent, xhc will mis the nlty for SIOO.OOO,
since her leg ! worth to her 4'very cent
of tho money. Wonder what value -lie
i 'it upon her whole body!
We learn from Capt. llalllday, that the
ntatcmciit made In the Columbus 'Dis
patch,' that tho niinols Central Railroad
offHals who were lately on a vMt to thut
town, were thoro to mako arrangement
for the construction of tho Junction Bull
road, Is not correot. During tho pns.aago
nothing whatever was said upou the sub
ject. No matter, the road will bo built
If not by the Illinois Central then by
nine other corporation That's Used,
The grand dog chorus, last night, sur
passed anythlngoftho kind overuttompt
ed Hlnco tho colebrated vocal cll'ort of tho
stars over tho birth of creation. That the
barks of a thousand dogs, ranging; from
tho profundo basso of tho slobber-mouth-id
bull dog to the piccolo of tho most di
mintitlvo poodle, mingled in that chorus,
wo can probably provo by a thousand
witnesses. Talk about Gllmore's peaco
Jubilee I Why It Is not a circumstance.
Gen. John A. Iogan says that Qeorge
Washington was one of the originators
and mainstays of tho Society of tho Cin
cinnati. Ilorauu Urceloy, therefore, makes a t tu
pendous us of himself i?) when he as
serts, as he does In a recent phlllipio
against tho O. A. R's, that "Washington
saw in the society of the Clncinuati tho
first step towards au aristocracy, und not
only declined to ally himself with it, but
brought all his vast Inlluenco to boar lu
opposition to it,"
"Wo should like to hear from Taggart
on this head.
"Bolzonl1' writes well and truthfully.
His letter to the Chicago Tost,' which
wo reprodice clsowhere, will assure the
reader tint ho is a goutleman of unques
tionable veracity, excellent foreenst and
a pleang and forolblo writer. Wo
thank Urn In tho no mo of tho people for
tho juslce he hits handsomely accorded
to our rowing tdty.
hud lliiitrrl ami I'lt'ty Uiillum Itcvirl
Omho night of the -Itli of Juno last,
my tore on Commercial avenue, bo
twc Hlgliteonth and Nluotcontli
strt'ts, wus entered, and cotton and
woleii goods, shoes, etc., stolon thore
frrn to the amount of about Ave hun
( will pay pno hundred and Ilfty dol
lies cash to any person, who will return
)o goodu bo stolen, or a proportionate
Tho IlBiljr Mitll from Oilrn to .ViiyHeM.
For tho daily mail service soon to be es
tablished hetweon Cairo and Mayfleld,
the publio uro Indebted to Gen. Logan,
Col. Graham, postmaster of this city,
Senator D. W. Munn, Capt. D. Hurd
and others. Wo can assure theso gentle
men that their labors In this behalf will
he appreciated and remembered most
:lro tu VlucrniiFi Kallronl Dcpola.
Tho Grayvllie 'Independent' of tlie Oth
says that Gen. llaum was in Evansvllle
last Saturday en route, for Vlnccnnes
whero ho will meet Dr. Mitchell and
other directors and a corps of engineers,
for tho purpose of locating tho depots on
the line of C. & V. road, commencing at
Vincennes. Tho party was expected at
Gray vlllo tho latter part of last week.
lr Werlily lltillelin.
We are much pleased to be favored
with an exchango with tills paper, which
Is now enlarged to a handsome size and
filled full of neu's, especially the local
news of Cairo. Aside from Its politics,
we heartily wish It a complete) financial
The above friendly notice of tho "Week
ly 'Utillotln,' wo clip from tho Grayvllie
'Independent,' one of tho most sprightly
and valuable country Journals with
which enjoy an exchange. When Kd.
Clarke, who Is the editor, becomes a bet
ter patriot and christian the politics of
the 'Ituiletlu' will suit him "to a T."
One Hundred llolUra Ntnlru. j "-'""
The proprietor of tlie velocipede rink j The third U more general, vi.: That
lost a coat last night, in the pockets of j Patrick Mockler, City Clerk, has, in
which were about one hundred dollars many ways, proved himself Incompetent,
In currency. He hud occasion to step j negligent and derelict In the discharge
down stairs, and left his coat hanging of his duty as a public olllcer.
against tho wall of the rink. When ho These charges are of a damaging char
returned, a few mlnuto afterwards, his acter; und, If true, leave only one path
coat wus mlsiing. Diligent inquiry and along which tho council can pass and pre-
search wero Instituted, but all to no effect,
No cltio whatever could
be obtained to
Offcncei of tills kind are becoming en
tirely too numerous; but the question
arises, how can they be prevented? Much
may be accomplished by inctcased vigi
lance In that direction on the part of tlie
police, and by tho arrest of every sus
picious strangor in tho city who present
no visible means of support. There arc
a number of that character now In our
midst, who should be brought to a pcoty
""Ilnrre It's" produces natural change.
riu: hi:i:ki,v m'l.Li-rri.v.
I SiiKKflInn to Our lliiilitov Jim,
The weekly 'Ilulletlu U a large eight
page, forty column ponnr. tnio up fiuui
the choice general and local matter pre
sented in Mx numbers of the dally. It
will provo an acceptable sheet to every
person Interested in the growth of Cairo,
tho development of Southern Illinois and
tlie contiguous portions of Missouri and
Kentucky, and In the fcucces-s of tlie vari
ous railroad and other publio enterprises
In which the people of theso localities
feel a concern. In politics tho 'Bulletin'
Is democratic, but during intervals of
quiet In political circles, like the present,
will devote itaelf especially to local and
general news and the concerns and
projects of the people and the country.
To those residents of neighboring lo
calities who look to Cairo as their source
of supply, and as a market for their farm
and othor products, the paper will prove
of peculiar value because of its full and
carefully revised commercial reports.
These reports aro prepared by a gentle
man who makes commercial matters a
specialty, nnd may, therofore, bo relied
upon as correct In every particular.
We again ask tho business men of
Cairo, and all others Interested In tho
prosperity of Cairo, to aid us In extend
ing tho Weekly 'Bulletin's' circulation.
The prlco Is 32 per year; but sub
fccrlptlouti will be received for six months.
Au) patron of tho Cairo market, living
lu the neighboring country, would ac
cept a receipt for a year's subscription as
a high compliment, atid our business
men could not luevest money to better
advantage than by distributing about
five hundred such receipts among their
frluuds in the country.
Uarclay Bro'w Barrett's wholesale
ajreuts, Cairo, Illinois Jy 12 lw
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron wure,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in thut Hue,
call on A. Fruser, Commercial avenuo
betoen Eleventh and Twelfth streot,
where hn has moved to, and fitted up tho
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
Ladies or gentlemen requiring the ser
vices of u first class dentist should call
upon Dr. Austin, at his ofllco over Elliott,
Haythorn A Co.'s hoot and shoo storo,
Tho Dr. is entirely familiar with all the
a Ivances mado in his profession and has
all tho appliances at hand that enable
him to servo patrons scientifically and
to their entire satiOu'tiou. Give him a
Apply "Barrett's" and look young.
Ileiilllimi mid J)vll;;lrul I!fvtriiK-N.
The celebrated Seller's, Kltislugeii anil
LcuIbvIIIo Artesian waters aro Itopt on
draught at the City Drug Store, Com
mercial avenue, between sixth and S v.
Ilnly uf the Clly Council.
Tho people of the city have ruunlfested
a grout deal of Interest in the develop
ment of the" controversy hetweon the
City Treasurer, Mr. John Uyland, and
tho City Clerk, Mr. Patrick Mockler;
and all eyes are now turned upon the
! Council, beforo which tlie charges pre
ferret! against the Clerk will thj evening
he laid by tho Mayor.
Tho first charge is : "That Patrick
Mockler, City Clerk, lias violated his
duly, in tills, that, he lias issued licenses
without proper authority; without au
thority of law lias received monies for
these licenses; and, upon demand re
peatedly made, has refused to pay theso
monies, thus Improperly collected, to tho
ofllcer of the city, who, under tho chart-
. cr and ordinances, is the proper custo
dian of the city's funds.
The second charge l still more serious,
and asserts, "that Patrick Mockler, City
Clerk, has violated his duty and proved
himself unworthy of public confidence
in this, that he proposed to me, John
Uyland, City Treasurer, to dishonestly
and corruptly divide witli mo monies
' eomlnjr Into tho city trousury for licen-
serve the good opinion of tlie people, und
that path is: sonviftlon 'iml removal from
Wo make this declaration earnestly;
make it in the belief that every member
ofthe council will applutid It thut it
will be the rule of action upon which
each member will act.
No one need tell us, that ympathv is
tooapttowarp Justice. Wo know this
truth. The events of each day give to it
continual verification. Too often guilt
escapes punishment, and sympathy is
the shield that turns aside the shafts of
Justice. Wo have no doubt that nym
pathy for Mr. Mockler will, in tills mat
ter, uppeal to many of tlie members of
the council; but wo have too much con
fidence In the official integrity of tlie
majority to believe that they will fall
short of duty; that they will do let" than
the facts in tho case demand shall be
done; that they will Hhrlnk 'from even
an iota ot responsibility. If they flo,
they will thus inflict upou tho city irre
This matter Is not be trifled with, and
the member of the council who allows
either sympathy, or partiality, or preju
dice to influence his action lays perjury
to his soul. Here Is an ofllcer oharged
with dishonesty. Ho has received six
day's notice of his trial; has been re
quested to appear before the council and
clear his reputation of the stain of huspl
clou. The wltnoa$os are ready; the mat
ter Is fresh In tho public mind. No bet
ter time than now toontain Justice. Tho
accused, if Innocent, rejoices at this op
portunity lie lias to put down his ac
cuser, and will embrace It without hesi
tation; and thecotincil, If It Is earnest,
If It has the Interest of the city at heart,
will not hesitate, but entor boldly und
without delay, in tho presenco of tho
public, into an investigation of the mat
ter. Let everything be open as tho day.
No caucusing, no referenco of tho mat
ter to a committee, which, acting In the
dark, may strangle the charges. Eigh
teen members of tho council, acting un
der the publio eye, aro raoro likely to do
Justice tliau flvo members acting In se
crecy, and influenced by pressure. If,
back of this mutter, theroaro other mat
ters that demandluvestlgatiou, let them,
after this h disposed of, bo investigated,
no matter whose toes are injured. But
Just now the charges agulnst Mockler
are all important; and, upon them,
without mlxturo with other charges, ho
should be convicted or acquitted. If tlie
evidence, patiently hoard, does not .sus
tain tliuchurges, let the accused go free
and continue to perform tlie duties of his
office; but, if the charges aro sustained,
off with his head; so much for dis
If, in the face of cleat- evidence, of tilt
guilt, Mr. Mockler should oe acquitted,
good-bye all hopo of guarding tho people's
money I Tlie flood of corruption would
How with accelarated speed. The city
would become tho prey of ofllclal buz
zards, who would gormandize upon Its
substance; rob it lu daylight, and curse
It for any objection It might make. And,
too, tho party that elected these mon,
-tender-hearted, or partial, or corrupt
would, and should, be held responsible;
and tho people would ho frols, tlie most
egregious, if they over allowed culpable
men, who could thus wink at thieving,
to hold any placo of trust. To each of
such men the nublhwould, and should,
fay: Henceforth bo no officer of mino.
Wo have written thus plainly In the
hope of arousing tho council to a sense of
its responsibility. Wo wish it to act i
without fear or favor to convict ami !
turn out Mr. Mockler If ho Is guilty; to
acquit him, and oonfound his accuser, 1
if ho is guiltless. There Is no half-way
house. Kven the plea of Immemorial
usage cannot Jubtlfy dishoneatyT and tho 1
nminnll mil.i ,,vl Mr Mnnlr W. llOnll. !
council must say to Mr. Modeler:
ty," or 'Wot Gullly."
An Atroclona and Cttprevakcd Harder.
On Sunday morning last two men
crossed tho river at Paducali ,tb the Illi
nois shore, and called at the farmrh'otlso
of Mr. Robert McCormlck. They asked
fur breakfast, but Mrs, McCormlck being
sick they wero Informed that they could
not bo accommodated. Thoy' Insisted
and Anally Mr. McCormlck and his sou
cooked them n meal.
After despatching tho meal ono of the
men asked Mr. McCormlck if he could
change a twenty dollar bill. Mr. McCor
mlck replied that he could, whereupon
the men confessed that they had no
money. One of them exhibited a pocket
book worth -10 or 50 cents, and Mr. C. de
siring some compensation for his trouble
asked the owner to givo him that. Re
fused in this Mr. C. naturally became
somewhat exasperated, and a few angry
words wero exchanged; but a few mln
utes afterwards tho two strangers depart
ed leaving Mr. C in an apparently good
Shortly after Mr. McCormlck retired
to bed Sunday night he heard an unusual
rush among tho green corn at his door
and a moment afterwards there was the
tread of hurried feet on tho porch, ono
of tho Intruders exclaiming, "Now, d n
you, we've got you'" These Kords wore
followed by pistol shots fired indiscrimi
nately into tlie room. Mr. McC. seized
his revolver and run from tlie house, pur
sued by ono of the men, who fired upon
him, two of the shots taking ell'ectin his
left arm. Mr. McC. finally discovering
thut only one man was Inpurstiitof lilm,
presented his pistol ami fired three times.
The man fled, but not beforo Mr. .McC.
had discovered that he was ono of the
strangers who had called ut tho house
Returning to the house he found nil
quiet, but ono ono of the first objects
that met his sight was tlie dead body of
ills wife lying on the porch. She hud,
must likely, attempted to follow her hus
band ami was shot down by ono of the
murderers as soon as she passed the
door. The ball took cirect in her abdo
men. The neighborhood was aroused as
soon as possible, and It was ascertained
that tho two men had heen loitering
about the neighborhood all day, placing
the mutter beyond probability that they
were tho murderers. Pursuit was made,
but with what result we have not learn
ed. Tho packet, down last evening,
mado the facts connected with tho mur
der known ut Odcn's landing. Tho
men had passed that point only an hour
or two before. As Mr. Ogdon's sous and
otli.irH nut out lu pursuit immediately tt
It highly probable that the bloody vll
Inltishavo been captured.
noma of our merchants nro equal to
the most trying emergencies. We had
an evidence of this yestenlay.
Mr. D. had a call for five bbls of a ocr
tain XXX flour, but only had ono bhl in
store. Tlie customer regretted tho short
supply, nnd was about to go elsewhere,
when it all ut once occurred to D. that
ho had 10 bbls of the mimo brand at tho
depot. Culling his drayman ho ordered
lilm to "drlvo to tho depot and bring
down four bbls of that XXX flour that
came in this morning on the train." "As
you go up deliver this noto to Messrs.
ami get ineir answer.' catching a
glance at tho noto we read:
"Mc'in. : Send mo 1 bbls XXX
flour got an onler for 100, but have only
ninety-six in store. D ."
Tho four barrels wero added to tho ono
lu storo and tho countryman took the
lot. Thus, although D. had but ono bbl
of flour in tlie world, he convinced tho
countryman that ho had 100 at tho depot,
and Messrs. that ho had driven
quite an unusual trade In XXX Hour.
Tlie Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Lovec, is furnished with tho latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free lunch Is
spread everyday at 9a. m. and 10 p. m
A now lot of Marseilles, Plcques, Lh
ens, Marseilles Trimmings, &c, Just re
ceived ut Cunningham's. They will be
sold at nearly half former prices.
it. JI. Cunningham, has marked down
his prices on all Dress Goods, Lawn?,
&v. Ho keeps no Shopkeepers on his
shelves. Bagulns will beofterod In theso
.Horn New Uoorta.
Another lot of Summer Dress Goods
has been rccolvcd this week at ft. H.
Cunningham's. They aro tho most
btyllsh goods that huvo heen brought to
this market this season, and uro 25 per
cent, cheaper than thoy wero three
weeks ago. Go and look at them.
A general ngent for Southern Illinois,
for 0110 of tho leading Life Insurance
companies of the Fast. To ono who can
co mo well recommended, and is some
what versed In tho business, very liberal
Inducements will bo offered. None ex
cept gentlemen of ability and good moral
character need apply. Address,
:I10 Olive street, Rpoms 6 and 7,
JylOdtf St. Louis, Mo.
"Barrott's'' Reliable Hair Restora
tive . . ? "", '
Caluwl,H u"a Rh UOf 'VT' Im"?
'IM... C.. ....... ..lt r..n.. Vr.ila llaAf
I'll IV V 4"J MWJJV tW HtV Jllll
'' R,au"' "l ',1bu ub,uu
aVOIlUO Ulld ToUtll fctreot. LoVCrS Of thOSe
dollglitfol bo'vefugea aro Invltbd to call,
Thr finrmnn Itrim Ilnnd.
A few mouths ago a bruss bund u
organized in our city nmong our German
fellow-citlzens, the services of Mr. E
Wlttlg being secured as leader and
teacher. Tho band Is composed of the
following gcnllonien: Edward Wittlg,
"W. Shlck, Win. Alba, Ch.Mehner, Alex,
Wlttlg, Jos. Huber, J. Burger, Dr. Cory,
Gust. Buder, all of them respectable citi
zens, engaged In active business pursuits
in the city.
About midnight last night tho band
complimented us by a serenade, and we
wero surprised at tho lino progress th
members had made In bo short a time.
They executed soveral rather dlfilcult
pieces In a style that would reflect credit
upon organizations much older than
their- own. Continued practice under
the direction of Mr. Wlttlg (who arranges
tliomusicj will soon render thom a hand
of which our city will havo occasion to
fool proud. They possoss tho necessary
talent, and a few months moro practice
will develop it fully.
To tho members, one and all, we ten
der an expression of our slncoro thanks.
- . -
No poit-onous drugs In "Barrett's."
I'ort.I.lit for the U I IfotirN Rudllir
'I wo i)Vlui:!i, I'. 3t.
OVn. Aiiilrm, (liimUi. Milliter, Pmlucali.
Gfin, Kt. I.onl.
Kiln Hughpt, Niuhville.
Of n. Anilerpon. Columltii. Mllbrcy, Palucnli.
Haiti. I.oui.trillo. C'iampioD,St. Louli.
Klla Uuclio, Nalivlllr. Mlnnoola, Mtmplilj.
Gem.Tecnesscc Hirer. Ajix, N- 0
Tho weather continues sultry and op
pressive, but a fine brcezo makes tho
temperature endurable There aro fewer
signs of rain to-day than usual.
The Missouri and Mississippi above
Cairo are still receding.
Tho Hood lu the Arkansas is abating.
Tho Ohio has taken another rlso sud
denly nt Pittsburg, hut Is again falling
with eight feet water in tho channel. Tt
isstill falling at Cincinnati and Louis
vlllo with five feet large in tho chute over
Hero tlie river is about stationary, hut
shows a slight decline
Business continues dull.
Tho Milbrey brought out bbls Hour
and meal for roshipmetit to Memphis, )
lihds tobacco for St. Louis and tho fol
lowing for Cairo: Halliday Brotltors 1
hhds, 1 bx tobacco; G. D. Williamson 12
The Ella Huglits brought out 13 tons
Iron, 2lSsks wheat, 1G rolls leather, 2 bbls
whisky for reshlpment to St. Louis, 14
hhds tobacco for N. O., 5 chests, 0 pkgs
household goods for Chicago, 50 hhds to
bacco for N. O.
Tho AJax, which pasaed down tills fore
noon, had 2!) loaded coal barges in tow,
containing 600,000 busiiols. John Dough
erty and John Sfaflbrd uro pilots.
Tho Milbrey, Capt. Magtilre, Is tho re
gular packet for Paducali this evening.
Tho Quickstep, Capt. Dexter, Is the
regular Cairo and Evaiisvlllo packet thirt
Tho Bello St. Louis, Cupt. Aleck Zelg
ler, is tho regjlar puokot for Memphis
ArANTKD-.!xo.lr C..umy Orlr. t M oU.
anl City Scri! at tf-inu on tho dolLir. for tJI
kind ofl.tim'r v. I IJu.lUoiV 3ttruni,
lanlMlf W. W. THORNTON.
"l?Oll ItKNT. The olllee on tlio ol floor,
x out Jllller A MHIrr'i -L.thmu rttori", '. nwoimMo
term. Apply at Miller UillerV nytf-t
OK ItK.M'"-TUrri . oiuk"' on Klchtli. Nlnlli
nl Sixtvlith ret-t imiii ttvoljr.
13.ltf liltDKN A (.if.HKllT.AU'vi.
171011 HAI.K, Clir.AI'-.NV OottnfiM and Ihi..-
X loin.eonu-r 1.0. u.mivi ui.-.niu u
liltKKN .t (ilUIKItT. Altv.n
I hor'liy niven, Oimi icnimid utter thM data I will
not roimdiT invoeir rcixnaitln for any dehta oac-trtwt.-d
by my WILLIAM H. I.AU'HKNCK.
July x. iKiu.dtl
Taken im hy Tlionu Whltnker. of Aloumler coun
ty, lllinula, 011 llui dill djy of Juno, lsW, a mount
colored mule, with u hlitck atripe ncron liii nhoul
lera. marked with (hit hnrue.99 , ppr.kie at 9l.
Potted In' fore (J. W. Miort. J. I . on the lint dav at
June, A. I). Ifcfet. JACOU a. I.VNCU,
To amend n-ction ll'i of an ordinance entitled "An
ordinance to adopt Irm ordinances of the city of Cnlto,
at reviled and codlttod."
Section 1. That tecllon numbered 319 of "An ordi
nance 10 ndopt the ordinances of the city of Cairo, at
ravUed nnd codified, bo amended by adding at tho
end of tho section the following words, vit: "frv
nJJ, That 110 Dog or Slut hrll, botween tho 1st day
of Juno and tho lut day "f September run nIarcn.
within the limit of laid ity without hitting a am
atantial wire or leather inuulo mviirely fxitened over
and around lis mouth. o a, under lUlclrcumaUncf r,
to effectually prevent It bltimr.
.Approved juuc J', jtv, juii.i iluiiciiui.
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