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d. To fasten a horse to an ornamental or shade tree, also subjects the offender to $5 fine. A petition was presented from Denis O'Neal, Jordan Miller and others, omnibus owners, asking, in consequence of the prospective building of the street railway, that they be allowed to procure licenses for their vehicles for six months. The following gentlemen were appointed Commissioners to superintend the charter election to be held on Wednesday, the 3d day of April: Monroe Ward.--Thos. M. Jones, Chas. H. Powell, Thos. Boudar, R. G. Cabell and F. J. Smith, Commissioners. Wm. N. Kelly, Conductor.--Election to be held at Lacy's shop. Madison Ward.--Elisha Sheppereon, James H. Grant, G. N. Gwathmey G. W. Randolph, Wyatt M. Elliott, and E. H. Chalkley, Conductor. Election to be held at City Hall. Jefferson Ward — Joseph Brummel, Luther Libby, J. J. Wilson, T. E. Word and A. F. Picot, Commissioners, and R. T. Seal, Conductor.--Election to be held at Market Hall. A pe