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The Big blue union. (Marysville, Kan.) 1862-1866, April 12, 1862, Image 4

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Be it ordained fty tlie Mayor and Alder
men of fk city of Marysville:
Section 1. That the regular annual election
for Miyor, Aldermen and such other offlcersss
by law or ordinance are required to be elected
by Zhe people shall be had on the first Monday of
January ink each year in the respective -wards
at such-places as the-mayornsay direct.
jSed. 2 The mayor shall give ten days notice
of the time and place of holding any gnera
election and five days notice in case of special
ele'ction.
3 The election (wne'lhcr'geceyal or snecinl)
shall be held Iir each vard by tthree judges of
election to be appointed by the mayor ami al
dermen. Sec. 4 If upon 'opening Ihe poll3 in either
ward a vacancy shall exist in the judges of elect
ion, the efcclors present are, hereby authorized
to fill the vacancy from-among those qualified to
act.
Sec 5. The Judges of any election "shall be
fore opening the polb appoint two suitable per
sons (qualified voters of the ward") to act as
clerks of tlie election, who shall take and sub
scribe .in oath faithfully dnd impartially to dis
charge the duties of clerks.
Sec1. G. Before receiving any -votes the judg-s"
of each election shall severally take an oath or
affirmation that they -will support the constitu
tion of the United States, the constitution of the
State of Kansas, and will faithfully perform the
duties of their office according to law; said oath
or aiHrmritiou1 shall be'in writing and shall be
subscribed by the persons taking the same and
iiaybo' 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 held under this
ordinate the polls shall be6pened at one and
close at six o'clock P. M.
Sec. 8. The city clerk shall at least two days
before the.day setor holding any election deliv
er to oncof the judges in each ward a ballot-box
and blonkpoll books.
Sec. 0. The judges shall rocoivc the Lallot of each qnal.
if.cd voter offering to -vote and deposite the same hi the
ballot-bos- sriiich'ahair not he opened nntil the polls are
closzd andtho clerks sbalLcntcrin'tbepcll books in a fair1
hand tho names of every person toting and that of cich
person who is rejected and opposite thereto, vrrite thof ict
of euch ri-j-cMon, i.ud the ballot so rcjectcdshall be depos
ited in n separate bos with the name of the voter inters ;
ca;ncreou.
gee. 10. "hejuuscs.bull navo tue power w pretenu u.; (
or.
dcr at the polls and to comm i.d the officers in attend,
ance to arre3t and" t.ie before the major any person who
ehall by Violent andturbulcnt conBuc cr in any otlur
manner interfeTO with, hinder oi d.sturb the judges or
-!o.-t-7 i-n ?n rii.. iiirIini!reofihelf duties, of any vote- ir.
cf eking tho pnv.lego of otins. and for any such ofTnsi
the otlender shall forfeit and pjy a rani net le3 than two
nor-niore thin . thirty dollar?. f
Sec. 11. At the close cf tlip election or polls the jadges
soall proceed to call 'cnt I he bill lots r.udcertain tho nura
her of V5tc3 given for each person ote;l for and shall con
tinnc theco.unt.ns without iutcrmi.aa i.nt.1 all tl.c bal
lou jire'con'ntcd, wnen they shall certify the asgresitcnuai.
bei of votes cast foi each person nnd their certificate bali
bcatlestcd by'thcclcrKs. rJhc njected ballots riiall also bo
examined and certified to inthe sjkjo manner .15 the others
Sec li- 'ihe ballot .s tliey-aro counted tball io st.rH-.g
by one of tho judges on a sJnug or -rircandattho close
of the counisLall be tef laced in the,ballotbox which shall
be safely locLed and not opened by tho judgtcor with their
consist thereafter'. '
Sec. 13. A.t or before the hour of fonr in the. afternoon of
the day folio-ring thatof any election tho judges- slnll de
liver the ballot-boxes and poll-boohs to the cilj clcrhat his
office, and the clirL ehall forthwith ituthe presence of tlm
major and at least cno of the judges of tho elect on in each
ward (if a general election) or one judge of tho election in
which ward the election was held (if a special election) to
co unt up the zmnibcr of 0te3 certified tolneach poll booh
nn,i tnnl.n a certlficfltB ftatinsr at lull lenrfh tho name of
each person voted for and tho aggregate number of votes
given to each and who arc elected, -which certificate Ehall be
Bigued by tho mayor and attested by the clcrL.
Sec li. That the clcrh ehall on the next day. after maL
ingtho certificate aforesaid mahe ontand deliver a ccrtifi
.cate under seal of tlie city, if the city has such seal, signed
by tho mayor, tc-'cach person elected, setting forth the of.
fice to which he is elected.
Sec 15. Any judge or clerb of election who shall ccm
ITence serringas such and ail to perform any of the'dn
tics enjeined on him .by law or -ordained,, (except for rea.
sons specified in tho next Succeeding "section) shall forfeit
nnd pay a sum of not lets than five nor more than fifty
dollars.
See. 18. If any judge or cl4rt of election after enter
ing upon the discharge of bis dut es, shall by sichness or
other personal disability, bo rendered unable to act, an
nother may be appointed in his place. If a judge, by the
qualified voters present, if a clcrlr, Jhcn the judges shall
till the vacancy; in such case the person substituted shal1
mihc cath as herinbeforo required and tho fact of such
institution and the timo it tooh place shall be noted on
ihe poll-bcche.
Eec-17. Tlie jndfies o? clcrhs of election shall not ex
amine or Buffer any one els to examine, tho ballot of any
voter handed in to bo depesited jnthc ballot-box before
placing tho same therein, nor snail they puruiit any one
nut the voter handing in the came or onoof-the judges to
handle tbc ballot nor shall th'cy allow any person than on
Of the judges to.baiidlu the "ballot-box- under a penalty of
liotles8 than five nor mere than fifty dollars.
Sec. IS. It shall bo tho duty of tho cityrelerh to deliver
a copy of this ordinance to at least cno of tho jnigea of each
ward of this city at least one day previous to any election.
Sec 19. TVhon twoor fllore-p ersons, shall have an eqaa1
number of votes for mayor or any other elccthe officer in
this city, the judges .of the election shall, certify the same
to tile city council wlw febcll certily the same to the city
coencil who shall be declared cltcted in tlis following
mfinnen they shall -ciusc twelve, separate ballots vr sbi
of paper-to beprcpared, equal ia alzo anfl similar In ap
earauce with the name of each candidate written vpon
u equal number, and neatly folded, with ta-jnatne upon
tne luTTiic; tlieWpY so jreparcd shall be put into, a box
Mutwctl mixed, elejeu uf,6a'td sijps, shalLthcn be dnun
out ly the cy d -rh anilArouate(t asToterid theper
tviu lhiringXtl.cihghestAnnmbe'r ofl)allQt3 thus" drawn out
f.hall bo declared elected and a certificate ol election shall
e i-Tied by tho? clerh tohim in tha manner hereinbefore
provided. - -
Sec 20. All free whito males over the aie of twenty
one 5 cars who shall be citizens pfllhe UmtedMatesorwho
t-hall hsvo decaared tlieir iatentfon to In-come such and
whVehall ia-c resided la this city three months next
preceding .aay ectwnjBhaU'lm-erfUlca to "itcucity
oihcerV ana such persorfs shall "rote & the wards in which
they reside at the time of election.
Sec 21. Zv4ay-peon Uo th vll xrts or Tor to vote more
thun once at anylsction hem In Jr. w cityfcr tity t)Scei shall
Jjpon coaviction, be Snod not 1 ess ttem five doUaru nor more
UrMZ hitv dolLlMi -!-. e
Scot 22.-if inj pXf&n sbt& quillfisa votcrSmder thisor-
uiaasoei MHOiKnowirgiyanu wmrany votcntany eieciiou
f n ifclfckyfurcityfccJie shall on-coQiction be fined not
tnMKjnj B9T aenfe UMKran uiniars.-
ji2. 28. c No person otfceT r35 a qiiyre4VTpJcr under thi3
onhnancosertl be en titled tu jcMtea'tMis'risbfbC.auy pe?
fcoatovotcataay cityeleMtlosr " C
Sc-24. If aay person desire to contest the cloctionoT
"J WoaapxWijvthcr.tctnrc8tqliao hasn. elected to
My cyee,Mij6:i0tjiute1fl-writihsrtothoitj
cosndl at the Sist meetingaftcr t!ie election, the grounds of
said contest, ind the connciisiiau nxa tuno ana piace zi
which they will hear and determine said contest.
Sec. 25. The person making said contest shall
within twenty-our hours nter filing with fie
city council a notice of said contest, genre upon
the person -whose eleciionjie contests' a similar
"notice of the grounds of contest, with the time
and place at -which the city council -will hear
and detemine the same.
Sec. 26. At the time and -place fired by the
city council they shall hear and determine said
contest as in their judgment shaft appear just
and lawnl and the decision rendered by the'
council shnllall be final and conclusive.
Sec. 27. The judges and clerks of election shall
each be entitled to one dollar or each day they
shall serve as each.
Approved August 12, 1S61.
THOMAS W. WATERSON, Mayor.
P II. Peters, Clerk.
msnttss
DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL,
Tenders his professional service to the citizens
of Marysville and surrounding country, Of
fice ox broadwat, dne doorsouth'of A. E. Loy
tll's Store.
P. S. Recorders office in ihe same place. n2
HAWKINS & MA GILL,
. ATTOSfiEVS AT LAW, .
USarysYilEc, Marginal Co,, Kansas.
I.Iagill will attend all Courts in the County.
Hawkins will positively attend the D-'iStfict
Court each term.
II. C. HAWKINS. J- S- 3IAG1L1.
J. E. CLARDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JtSTotary Public & General Col-
lectin & Land .Agent, .
LOUISVILLE, - - - KANSAS.
Prompt attention given to the various kinds
of business that may arise in the counties of
Marshall, Pottawattomie and the counties there
unto attached. The best of leferencea can be
given.
March, 18G2.
rillf
J. D-. BRUMBAUGH,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PU'BLIC.
rffiarysviflie, IrlarsIaaSl Co. Kansas.
KEFCUS TO
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.ucssrs. iiiimanri.-), aviij, j vv.. .iuu whvj y
Dav. St. Louis.. Jlcadly & Cain Bowman Co.:
Grimeb & Caiter, Atchisou,.K. T. JJaker &
Cusfaman; Fovrlcr Zeiger;Ivoah Wtilker .j-Co.;
and Hon. Joliul'hotnpaon Mason, Bftltinio-e, Md.
lion. Sami. D. Lecoajptfij iff. &. Mathis; Perry
fV Lo-srej an-I Ciaik, Gribor ti Co.,- JJnnkers,
Leavenworth, If. T. Lyliics Boyd Van Lear
& Britton, St. Joseph, Mo.
UENlttf T. GJBEliV,
G E K I! R A L L A KD AGE N T,
jEisiciioa City, Maissas,
TVILL Locate "Warrants on Choice Lands in
Kansas .and Tebraa pviug guaranteed de
scription i com personal eamiaatioi' ol'llic lands
selected, as to surface, soilrtimbor, water j-c.
JgS-rarfieidat ailcrihi tjitrr. to Contestant Clzins
before Ike U. S. Lai'd Office:
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ATTOSH
JnhnS. Coddins use of I State of Kansas,
John Frazier. County of Marshall
vs
John A. McClcllan.
By virtue of an order of sale issued out of
the -na ais;rjci. coun m uuu iui njoisuantuuu-
March 28th, .A. D. 1S62, wherein John S. Cod
ding use of John Frazier is Plaintiff and John
A. McClcllan is Defendant, I will on Tuesday,
the Gth dav of May, A. D. 1862. between the
hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of
said day, at tho court house door in Marysville
County of Marshall and fctate ot Kansas, oner
for sale to the highest bidder lor casn all tne
x,i"kt, title and interest of the defendant, John
A.McCIellan, of in and tor tlie following real
estate to wit: Lot one (1) in blccfc eleven (11)
witht e improvements thereon, as designated
on the recorded plat of the town of Marysville in
the county of Marshall,- then Territory, now
State of Kausas, fronting fortyr-four (44) feet
on Broadwrlv and runniug back seventy-two
feet (72) according to Brewer's recoededplnt of
said town of -Marysvuic, ieviea upon to sausiy
said order of sale Appraised at $75.
, , G. D. SWEARINGEN, SherifF.
Jf E. C lardv, Pl'ntfTs att'y.
' Sheriff's Office, April 5, 1SC2. n2
Administrator's Notice, -
Notice is hereby given that letters of
Administration were granted March 4, A.
D. ISSajorAhe estate ofraaiet'Whifcde
coased of Marshall counWj KanSas. And
all persons having claims aYgairJS said es
tate snonia exm on uen o uie aaminis
tratorfor alloancet"thinone year after
the date of the' litter, or tliey will be pre
cluded frem-airp betrefit "of said estate)
and'if sneh feiaica,beaibl exhibited within
three year from .the date- of iho letter
they ".illJbe foreverdeHrredr
Ha?ch X 1862:
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MatrjBville, - - - - Kamsas.
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uircB uua cowmsous aouse. are nreoared in
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Make their Money by " f
BUYING CHEAP, and SELLING CHEAP
STIX & ECKHART,
JSarc Received Their
FALL AND WINTER GObbS:
and offer - '
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
2b Their Friends and Customers
THET SELL
Elegant Fast Colored Printa!?at10 cis.
Turkish Oil Prints at
Glasgow Ginghams, at
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Bleached Muslin, at 6 1-4 c!:
No. 1 Kid Gloves, 50 ct v
Ladies White Hose, 10 c, j -And
all other Goods intPrHportion.
tkll ad Judge rliriirseif.
J. KINNEY JllloO.,
WholnIe Grocan aadakn
Staplfe and FancrC'TQceris
WINES, LIQUORSTEAS,
FLOUR, PLa'skbSBpARIS,
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Boo7s,JShoes, Hals, Capsfc.91
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He will sell Bacon Flour, Coffee, Su-
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Cheese, fcoap, Bardmcs, Kaleratus, ana
anvthins that arjeraon wtox call for ad
I cheap as you cap purchasajaem anywhere
in the State. ..
Also a Jaige stocb of Cutlery; Jewelry
andancy Goo.ds, too numerous to nia
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Quick Sales and SmaV Profit.
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