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r" Tn TtnTfjmnt fhewMtwl stave: 'J3?X22 ' I
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In -rain I tempt the wasted stare;
Of maids and mirth I may not sing,
Norcatti the mask of tie Spring:
3? Ionlyknow tholeepingbraTe.
"While births an ipriagiag thick aroand
Of Nature's Summer drapery,
No part is beautiful to me
Savejwhat o'erlays some hero's mound.
For me they felt should not for thim
1 .living, sing for them alone!
Can theme more worthy e'er be shown
Than death with glory's diadem?
Nay, Bpring.thoubringest only woe
Where er'st though brought'st keart-filling joy;
For who but bath some darling boy
Or love-friend lost before the foe?
Onbreaits, where once the jewel rose ;
like nestling iniant joyed to rest,
The cypress is alone confessed:
Nor rise they a s they oae time rose
With 1 aughter ringing through the dell ;
With sorrow-sobs each boaCm heaves ;
Sad changed to fair est hcaenly eaves,
Catching the teare from the deep heart-well.
Nor mothers teach their babes the notes
sOf birdie at the bowcred doer,
"ButhunfjBome battlelaallad o'er.
Or tale of forts and men-filled moats.
Nay, nay, young spring-once fair tc see
We may not praise thy beauty here :
A beauty is than thine more dear
The beauty of slain bravery 1
fcv. Henri Dumars.
"From a life with thee, dear mother,
To the Haiti by war notes deep,
I am summoned to far other-
And thousecst mo buttowecp.
Mountain, vale and wild unbroken
"Weill know to pass unhurt
Mother,be the wish but spoken, .
Mother dear and I desert 1"
" Bo it far from thee forever,
Thus to grieve me, 0 my son!
A deserter? necr,'novcr!
As to me, God's will be doue.
But, dishonered, boy, beware thee 1
Slowtbvj footsteps homeward flee I
Know, 0 son of mine, I aro thee
For thy country, not for me 1"
From the Ilalan.
Good-bye. Fervently, falteringly, tear--fully,
how many times it has been said,
since they went out of Egypt, cf old.
There is a tone in the word, like the tone
of aneveniugbell, a great way off, very
sweet but very sad. ' Farewell", may do
as a harmony for "knell" and :'tell ;" there
inT Vr .imnlhinn o !nln CTTVI TlA (V Jl nflllt it
but then "good-bye" is a dear, homely
word, that we must all keep in the home
stead, for so it is ordained, but only used
in its full significance three orfour times in
the course of a life. And all it means is a
good going,' a single Saxon wish , but what
more can we say, or what matter if we
could. Were '-'adieu" only our tongue ; if
ouly we "had heard it when we were young ;
oucear oldmothersbad said it,-and'k&ev
precisely what it meant, "adieu" would be
the word; for in its to God is comprised
everything we can do, whose arms of love
cannot encircle the world.
JBe it ordained hytfke Mayor and Alder
men of the citytf Marytvifle: .
Section 1. That the Tegular annual election
for Mayor, Alderaan and such other officers'as
by law or ordinance are required to be elected
by Zhe people shall be had on the first Monday of
January in each year in the respective wards
at such places as the mayor may direct.
Sec. 2 The mayor shall give ten days notice
of the time and place of holding any genera
election and five days notice in case of special
3 The election (whether" general or special)
shall be held in each ward by three judges of
election to be 'appointed by the mayor and al
Sec. 4 If upon 'opening the pcll3 in either
ward a vacancy shall exist in the judges of elect
ion, 'the electors present are 'hereby authorized
to filj the vacancy from among those qualified to
Sec 5. The Judges of any election shall be
fore opening the polls appoint two suitable per
sons (qualified voters of the ward) to act as
clerks of the election, who shall take and sub
scribe.an oath faithfully and impartially to dis
charge the duties of clerks.
Sec. G. Before receiving any votes the judgs
of each election sball severally take an oath or
affirmation-that they will support the constitu
tion of the United States, the constitution of the
Sta'te of Kansas, and will faithfulIy.perform the
duties o tneir omce accoraing,io law; Buiuoaiu
or afirraatiou shall be in writing and shall be
subscribed by the persons taking the same ad
maybe administered by any person authorized
to administer oaths, and shall be annexed and
returned with the poll-books to the city clerk.
. Sec. -7. At Every election hold under" this
ordinance the polls shall Joe openedat one and
close at six o'clock!?. M.
Sec.' 8. The city clerk shall at least two days
beore the day setor .holding any election deliv
er to one of the judges in each ward a ballot-box
and blank pojl books.
Sec. 9. The judges shall recoive tho ballot of each qual.
ificd voter offering to vote and deposite tho same iu tho
lullutbox which shall not be opened until tho polls aro
closed audthe clerks shall enterin the pell books in aiair
hani the names of every pcrbon 'voting and that of each
person who is rejected and opposite thereto, write the fact
of such rty cSon, and the ballot so rejected shall bedepos
ited in a separato box with tho name of thcoter indsrs
Sec. 30. Ihe judges shull have the power to preserve or-
1 dor at tho polls aud to command the officers in attend.
anco to arrest aud taLe before the, mayor any pen,on who
shall by violent und turbulent conduc. cr in any other
erfete with, hinder oi disturb the judges or
iarceofther duties, or any voter ex"
oting, and for any such offense
co ucfl at, the first meetiagafter the election, the'grounds ,
airf cob test, aad the cosBcil shall fix a time and place at
which they willhear and determine said contest. I
Sec. 25. The person making said contest shall
within twtnty-bur hours ater filiagwith the
city council -a notice c said contest, serve upon
the person whose election ne contents a similar
notice othe grounds of contest, with the time
and place at which the city council will hear
and determine the same.
Sec. 26. At the time and place fixed by the
city council they shall hear and determinetsaid
contest as in their judgment shall appear just
and lawul and the decision rendered by the
council AhallaH be final and conclusive.
Sec. 27. The judges and clerks o election shall
each be entitled to one dollar or each day they
shall serve as such.
Approved August 12, 1861.
THOMAS W. WATERSON, Mayor.
P. H. Peteus, Clerk.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING1
DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL,
Tenders his professional service to the citizens
of Marysville and " surrounding country, Of
fice on Broadway, one door south of A. E. Lov
P. S. Recorders office in the same place, p.2
HAWKINS & MAGILL,
ATT0BMSa AT LAW
Marysville, Marshall Co., Kansas.
Magill will attend all Courts in the County.
Hawkins will positively attend the District
Court each term.
w. ' -3 '
Wholetade attePretajhlkafer, in
No, 113 - - r ' - - Broadway.
-yV - -'y's
n. C. HAWKIXS.
J. 8. MAGILL.
v J. E. CLARDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Notary Public & .General Col
lecting & Land Agent,
LOUISVILLE, - - - KANSAS.
Prompt attention given to the Tarious kinds
of business that may arise in the counties of
Marshall, Pottawattomie and the counties there
unto attached. The best of references can bo
March, 1862. . . nltf .
O lu QST HE JST a
We are paepared to execute every
SooK'aifo b printing
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nor uioi e than
Sec. 11. At the cl
sodll prooccd to call out t
bur of otes given for each
tinuo tho counting without inte
lots arocouuted, 'fthon they shall
ber of votes cast foreich peraon,nd
be attested bythoclerKs, Tho rejected
examined and certified to iu tho samemanm
Sec. 12- The ballots as they are counted
by one of the judges on a string err wire and at
not less than two
J. D, BRUMBAUGH, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Marysville, Marshall, Co. Kansas.
Messrs. Humphrey, Terry, $ Co., and Derby
Day, St. Louis. Headly & Carr: Bowman 4 Co
Grimes & Carter, Atchison, K. T. Baker &
Cushmanj Fowler Zeigyer; Noah Walker 4 Co.;
and Hon. John Thompson Mason, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Saml. D. Lecompte; Wm. G. Mathis; Perry
4 Lowe; and Ciark, Gruber & Co., Bankers,
Leavenworth, K. T. Lykins $ Boyd; Van Lear
& Britton, St. Joseph, Mo.
The hero's grave. A few davs since
we visited the ffrave of Gen. .Nathaniel 4 of the count shall be replaced in the ballot Jwx which
Lygnf a 2astfofdf Ponn. The sg,d, solitary
old Bumf ground looked sadder, gloomier
than ever, beneath the pall of winter. Some
kindly hand had covered the grave with ev
' ergreen boulis, prior to the fall of snow,
and these were straggling up through the
fleecy robe, tossed to and fro Dy the sullen
wind, which piped its low and dirge-like
tones as the soldier's requie. Poor Ly
on 1 He,gaveevery thing for Tiis country.
!Let the country give him a t fitting mon
ument. Woonsoclcet Patriot.
HENRY T. GKEERY,
vENERAL LAND AGENT,
iction City, Kansas.
.Warrants on Choice Lands in
giving guaranteed de-
examinatioo of the lands
Circula rs, Chcks, Bus
in ess Cards, Blank.
Bills of Fare, &c.
Bill Heads, Lettr;
Heads, Hand Bills,
ets, &c, &c.
A darkey who blacks hoofs at the Na
tional hotel in Washington has the follow
ing motto conspicuously displayed over
"No North, No South,
No East, No West,
By constantly doing good, you can put
the envious to such torture as you might
'enjoy if you had the malice of a fiend.
What is the Pillow
posed of ?
of Rebellion com-
-The more tender and delicate the blos
soms of joy, the purer must be the hand
that will cull them.
Economy is no disgrace ; it is better liv
ing on a little, than-outliving a great deal.
Prevailing Religion down South Qua
HANWIBAL J& ST. JOSEPH H. R.
Passenger, Express and Freight Trains.
Leave aad arrm attaint, Joseph as Follows:
.FastenserExjprcBS leaves St. Joseph at
, S ' 6 o'clock, -a. il, daily.
Stock Train 4 .., ,t
Freight " '5 A.M., "
Patstagtr JExpree arrive at'StT Joscpk
at 9:90 o'clock p. x. daily.
Emigrant Train " 8:30 " A.M.dailv."
Frwght " 8t0 M jt.m. daily.
Trains oonntct at Hannibal with beats for St
Ztwt, awt with Railmdi fer all Easier pUU.
.be safely locLcd and not opened by tho judges or with their
Sec. 13.- At or before the hour of four in the afternoon of
the day following that of any election the judges shall de
liver fhe ballot-boxes nnd poll-boohs to the cityclertat his
office, and the chrh shall forthwith 'in the presence of the
major and at least cue of the judges of tho election in each.
ward (if a general election) or one judge of tho election fn
winch ward the election was held (faspoci&l election) to
co v.utupthc number of rotes certified to In each poll booh
and mahe a certificate stating at full length the name of
each person voted for and tho aggregate number of Totes
Eiven to each and who are elected, which certificate shaU bo
signed by tho mayor andattdsted by the clcrL.
Sec. 14. That the clerh shall on the next day after inaL
ing the certificate aforesaid maLc out and deliver a certifl
cate under seal of the city, if the city has such seal, signed
bytLe major, to each person elected, setting forth the of
fice to'w hich he is elected.
Sec. 15. Any judge or clerh of eloction who shall com
Hence sernng as sucband fail tojicrform any of the'dn
tics enjoined on him by law or ordained, (except for rea
sons specified in thenext succeeding section) shaU forfeit
and pay .a sum of not less than o nor more than fifty
Sec. 1C. If any judge or clorh of election after enter
ing upon the discharge of his dut es, shall by Bichness or
other personal disability, bo rendered unable to act an
nother may bo appointed in hisplaco. If a judge, by the
qualified voters present, if a clerk, .then the jadges shall
fill the vacancy; in such case tho person substituted shal1
mate oath as herinbe fore required and tho fact of such
substitution and tho tine it ,toohplace shall "be noted on
the poll boohs.
Sec 17. TheJndfleB or clerhs of election shaU not ex'
amino or suffer any one els to examine, tho ballot of any
voter handed in to be depesite'd in the .ballot-box before
placing the same therein, nor shall they permit any one
but the votor handing in tho same or one of tho judges to
handle the ballot norshall they allow any person than one
of tho judges tohandleAe ballot-box under a penalty of
not less than five nor more than niry dollars.
Sec. IS. It shall be the duty of the city clerh to deliver
a copy of thisonLnance to at least cne of the judges of each
ward of this city at least one day previous to any election.
Sec 10. Whentwoorfflore persons shall have air equa1
number of votes for mayor or any other elective officer in
this city, the judges of the elaetion shall certify the sumo
to the city council who shall certilythe same to the city
coencil who shall be declared elected in' the followiaff
mfinnen they shall cause twelve separate ballots or slips
of paper to be prepared, equal in size and similar in ap
pearance with the same of each candidaU written upon
an equal number, and saatiy folded, with thsname Hpon
the inside; the slips so prepared shall be put into a box
and well mixed, eleveu nf said slips shall then be dra.n
out bv the city clorh and counted as votes and th per-'
eon Having " " Baroocr o oaiiois tans drawn out
ehall be declared elected and-a certificate of ejection' shall
be issued by the clerh.tohiaaa the Banner 'hereinbefore
Sec. 20. All free white males over the age of twenty
ona years who shall be citizens of the United States or who
shall hre decaared their intention to become such and
who-shall have resided in this city three months next
proceeding any election, shall be entitledtovote fojcity
officers; and such persons shall vote in the wards in which
they reside at the time of election.
K 21. Every peeson who shall rote or offer to vote mnre
than once at any election held in tnis city fcr city officers shall
npon conviction, be fined not leas than five dollars nor more
than fifty dollars. ' "
pjte'j?- If any person not a qualified voter under this or
diaance, shall knowmglyMd willfully Toteatany election
in' this city for city officers he shall on conviction be fined not
less than five nor more than fifty dollars.
Sec 33. No person other than aanalified Toternnderthi8
ordinance seall be entitled to challenge the right of any per
son to vote at aur city election, c
Sec. 24. If any person desires to conUst the election nr
any person appearing by the ntnmstohave been elected to
.any arjoscetnjiuwMHu nwa wnusg route city
Together with every variety of-
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MARYSVILLr, MARSHALE i
EPHRIAM H. SANFOR!
A'TTORNET AT LAW
NOT BY PUBLIC
Will practice in this Judicial District.
State of Kansas,
County of Marshall
ORDER OF fAJLE,
John.S. Codding use of
John A. McClellan. I
By virtue of an order of sale issued out of
the 2nd district court in and for Marshall coun
ty, State of Kansas, and to me directed, dated
Marcn zetn, a. v. aouz, -wnerein Joan, o. loa
ding use of John Frazier is Plaintiff and John
A. McClellan is Defeudant, I will on Tuesday,
the 6th day of May, A. D. 1862, between tho
hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.,of
said day, at the court house door in Marysville,
County of Marshall and Stat of Kansas, 'offer
for sale to the highest bidder for cash all the
right, title and interest of the defendant, John
A. McClellan, of in and to the following real
estate to wit: Lot one (1) in block eleven (11)
with the improvements theron, as designated
on the recorded plat of the town of Marysville in
the county of Marshall, then Territory, now
State of Kansas, fronting fortyr-four (44) feet
on Broadway and running back seventy-two
feet (72) according to Brewar'a recoededplat of
said town of Marysville, levied upn to satisfy
said order of sale. Appraised at $75.
G. D. SWJEARINGEN, Sheriff.
J.E.Clardy, Pl'atff s att'y.
Sheriffs Office, April 5, 1862. n2
ST. B. We Call' tbe Attention
OF IHE HUNGRY ONES
TO OUR BAKERY
Where wo keep constantly on hand a
fresh supply of
And a glass of Imager It oWash
Notice is hereby gi?en that letters of
Administration were -cran ted .March 4, A.
D. IS62;for the estate of Jamea White, de
coasedof Mareball county, Kansas; And
all persons having' claims against said es
tate shanld exhibit them to the adminis
trator for allowance, within one year after
the date of the letter, or they will he pre
clndedirem any. beiefit of said estate;
and ifjfuchtclaim hejiot exhibited within
threW yari'from the date of the letter
they' will baTorttir debarred., J
March 279 I8C2.
J OJB PRIN T IS N
NO; 113 - - - BROADWAY,
PERRY fSL H UTCHINSON,
MsrjwWe - - - ' Kumu.
Having nceatlj itUd vp, ad ofcatd their
large and eoaaaaiia hm, re prtpand to
accomomodata aad fiyt aaibrftio to all who
may give thK a oaO. K
They have tha krftat aad awst comawdions
sUble in the watt, aad pteaty of graia aad hay.
STIX & EOKHAET
No. 8, FELIX STREET,
Between 3rd and 4tk streets. .
Make their Money by
BUYING CHEAP, and SELLING CHEAP
Have Received -Their
'FALL AND WINTERGOODS,
To Their Friends and Customers
Elegant Fast Colored Prints, at 10 cts.
C 1: .kiah Oil Prints at- cts.
Glasgow Ginghams, at y - c. ;
Bleached Muslin, at 6 1-4 c.
No. 1 Kid Gloves, 50 cU.
Ladies White Hose, 10 c.
And aU other Goods in Proportion.
Call and Jadge for Yoarselfc
J. KINNEY & CO!
W&okaale Qroocrg aad Daalew
Maple aad Faacy Cracrii
WINES, LIQUORS, TEAS,
FLOUR, PLASTER PSJ?RI 8,
CIMENT AND WHITE LIME.
the State aife of Mimuri.