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The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Seventy-five dollars reward. (search)
Ordinance Violations. --All the butchers in the Second Market--thirteen in number — were summoned before the Mayor yesterday and fined $2 each for falling to exhibit the skins and cars of the animals slaughtered by them the afternoon before and offered for sale in the market. The market ordinance says this exhibition shall be made every morning, but the butchers declare that they have not complied with it for five years, and that no complaint would not now be made but for the fact that Mr. James Delvin lost a cow, and expected to find her hide in market. The ordinance ought to be rigidly enforced in both markets or repealed. The Mayor took occasion to call attention to a section prohibiting butchers from carrying their dogs to the market place, in violation of a city ordinance.