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MOiB &' B H TJE ff S !
,ttr Banner, it brigitcn b, it lights o'er the waTe '
Borne on by oar heroes, the bold and the braYe,
May its spangles of stars through its -wavy folds shine,
Over ail our broad land, as an emblem sublime.
The IopoV qtrial VitbJtiesanfctioqrof .God!
Is the heir-loom of sires, who bowed 'neaththeroai
lis the cause ofasATloX, and a motive se great,
Can ne'er mingls its feelings with malice or hate.
Now tho death angel's trnmp, o'er the ocean is blown
And the mangle of wratb o'er the heaTens is thrown,
Theamwifofgnt?witlJ their bfiexSorQlameJ
Shall sweep like a whirl wind across the bread plain.
Then prwa to the conflict, shake out to the breeze,
Our ancient insignia, as through tropical seas,
She land -voice of Liberty booms from onr guns,
JjoI the mists of oppression clears free o'er our sons.
B FTktl IT Gb Rx S U-M T E Bf
Swiftly the young Spring came,
Love is not dearer
"Whispered the Summer's same
As ever nearer.
- HMfe Swiftly the yoang Spring" fl&d,fc
Pawn is not fleeter
Fromistor or promised :
Ilearti which was sweeter? i
Farmers talk a great deal about econo-
rny.fi ?;knf oqowKo will go.thtee miles
out of his way, over a Bad road, tosaveja
few sents at the toll gate. Another, who
is so economical or Diacksmitus expenses,;
that, instead ot getting a tire set at the right
time, will make it do a week or two longer,
and some dark night may be found groping
bis way home with three wheels and fa
rail to his wagon, while a horse or two are
lljloieayeithqatablg,,, pn.account of
lameness, resulting from a " misunder
standing of the word economy, as applied
to shoeing horses. Many a man.is so eco
nomical in the matter of boards for barns,
-stables, andshedgj tlyat he builds t them
every year of corn and" hay; These may
be considered strange building materials,
but what I state is true; If an animal is
exposed to the storms and colds of "Winter,
it will takeQne; half ofthe food it con
sumes to keepit as warm as it would be
natarally in a good comfortable stable; the
other half will just keep it along. So the
half of the grain and hay is used for
making a stable-eapensive building ma
" ieria1s,t'butMis"is:the! economy ''of 'some,
It is not the economy,- however, 'that I
would recommend, nor that whioh will pay
heavy war expenses,
EitSTEwCE. It is an unquestionable'
fact that tnose who are equally acquainted
witbfahd equally capableof appreciating
and enjoying both, do give a inost marked
preference to the manner of existence which
employs their higher faculties. Few hu
man,creatiires would consent to be changed
"intony of ihe Tower animals for trie prom
ise of the fullest allowance of a beast's
pleasures; no intelligent human being
,wpnld .consent to be .a fool, no instructed
porpon would be an igno'ram us, no person
"of "feeling and conscience would be selfish
and base, even though they should be per
suaded that the fool, the dunce or the ras
cal is better satisfied with his lot than they
are with 'theirs. rThey would not. resign
.'WhatJiheyiposseSSjmorei.than flexor the
mest complete satisfaction of all the cares
"""whichrtheyhavein "common with him. 'If
rTT they, everxfancy they would, it is inly in
cases uf unhappiness so extreme that, to
escapefrom it they , would exchange their
' lot fdroimbst any other however undesira
ble in their own eyes. A being of higher
yacultie? requires more toakeliimhappy;
is capablejprobably,of more acute suffering
and certainly accessible to it at more points'
I- 'than pneof an:inferiortype; but in spite
of these liabilities, he1 can never really wish
to sinknlQ rwhajt ie, feejs.tti be a lower
grade dtexistSnceT J
A StfRbNbPrpF?-A1 'Lancaster, Pa.,
critic, in describing the singing of a lady,
saysi1' 'tu - ''.. vilv. i J
When she sings one of those . exquisite
ballads, the entire atmosphere changes, ihe
ceilings, walls and air rain richest melo-
Haied, Halrhiah 'ipliBgafrSmUhe jlopr and
benches and the audience is held spell
z t aboaddiahharmenieus; nlchafctnYetatjwhile
music with its voluptuous swell falls fom
the artist's lipsjsnaUirally, and seemingly
with as little effort as limpid waters bubble
.&athtfcooS MrttieSqfcjOi? iu:.n i j
says that.it is reported thereTthat -repfe-scntativeg
of Mfflffifi &&!&
made their pj)arnciiifl.tlife:idry. goods
market in festty.dugursrom the
fact that the cause of the rebellion is on
the eve of being aoSbBy tfeekommon
coasent of the neeple of the commercial
CenteofM rfeftlh.lAreorg dealerihas
.dftdtgdnegg incurred previous to me war.
good cropffioth per acre and in the agpjre
.ate.rAeVpTjblem Kansas as
jor , mis year. dejarming mieresKijue
jgimtoJookquaefncouraging, and there is
we tniat, glorious futare yet in stor tor
d&anMt'z ilrjktiifrmgz whttjipjMbld
.should be -sown. Topeka Tribune. j
3MB alwiWituinYor a haldfe
, ' die 18 trae aad who ma4d is false.
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XlmsMmr atzliay:k)public 8p,ir?4
y. uea enougn 10 m wilting to fcaice iier iain-j
. . rVhose.4l4?iBflelBirthouse. ?
Be it ordained by ihe Mayor and Alder
men of the city of Marysville;
for Mayor, Aldermen and Bach other officers .as,
bj law or ordinance are required 10 De eiecieu
by Zhe people shall be had on the first Monday of
January in each year in ihe respective wards
at such places astne mayor may direct, j r
iSec. 2 The mayor shall give ten days notice
of the time and place of holding any general
election and five days notice in case of special;
3 The election (whelhfei4" general or special)
shall be held in each ward bv 'three judges of
election to be appointed by tbemayor and al
Sec. 4 If upon 'opening the polls in either
ward a vacancy shall exist in the judges of elect
ion, the electors present are hereby authorised"
mj nil uie vacancy lroui uiuuug uiusc muwwww
Sec 5. The Judges of any election: shall be
fore opening the polls appoint two suitable per
sons (qualified voters of .the ward) lo act as
clerks of the election, who Shall take and sub
scribe an oath faithfully and impartially to dis
charge the duties of clerks.
k Sec 6. .Before receiving any votes the, judges
of eacn election suau severally iukb an cam yr
afiSrmation that they will support the constitu
tion of the United States, the constitution of the
State of Kansas, and will faithfully perform the
duties o their office according to law; said oath
or affirmatiou shall be in writing and shall be
subscribed by the persons taking the same and,
maybe administered by any person authorized
to administer oaths, and shall be annexed and
returnedrwiUilhe.polUbooksio the city clerk.
Sec. 7tAVEvery election held under this
ordinance the polls shall beopenedat one and
close at six o'clock P. M.
Sec. 8. The city clerk shall at least two days
bere the day setor holding any election deliv
er to one of the judges in each ward a ballot-box
and blank poll books
Sec 9. The judges shall rccoive tho ballot of each qual
ified voter offering tb Vote, sjifideposite the same iu tho
ballot-box which shall not bo opened until the polls are
closed and the clerks shall enter in the pell books in a lair
hand the names of every person Toting and that of each
person who is rejected and opposite thereto, write tho fact
of such rejection, and the luillotso rejected shall bedepos
ited in'a separate box with tho name of tho voter iudsra
ed there ou.
Sec. 10. The judges shull have tho power to preserve or
der at tTjo polls aud to command the officers in attend,
anccto arrest and tnhebeforo the mayor any person who
shall by violent and turbulent -conduct cr lii any other
manner interfcTe with, hinder oi disturb the judges or
clcrKs in in tho discharge of their dlities,; dr any voter ex.
ercising iho privilege of voting, and for anysuch effense
the offender shall forfeit and pay a sum "not less than two
nor more than thirty dollars. j
See. 11. At the close cf tho election or polls the judges
soall proceed to call outthe ballots and ascertain the num
ber of votes given for each person voted for and shall coil
tinue the counting without intermission until all thebal.
lots are counted, when they shall certify the aggregate num
ber of votes cast for each person and their certificate shall
be attested by the clerKs, The rejected ballots shall also be
examined and certified to in tho same manner ns the others.
Sec. 12- Tho ballots as they arc counted shall Ikj struug
by. one of tho judges on a string or wire and at tho close
of the count shall ba replaced in the ballot box which shall
bo safely focLed and not opened by tho judges or 'with their
Sec. 13. At or before the hour of four in
the day following that of any election
liver tho ballot-boxes and poll'
office, and tho clerk shall forth'
mayor and at least cue of
ward (if agcneral-elccti
which ward the eleetii
co iint up the num
and mahe a
Sec. Iff. If any JwWrcwrh .of election after enter
ing upon the discharge of bis duties, shall by sichneis or.
other personal disability, bo rendered unable to actj arii
nother may be appointed in bisi;lace. If a judge, by the
qualified voters present, if a clerk, then the judges shall
fill the vacancy; in such case the person eubstituted shall
mabc oath ai bcrinbefore, required and tho fact of such
substitution and the tkno it toobjilaco shall "be noted on
Sec 17. Tbejudflesor clerts of election 6ball not .exr-
amlne or suner any one .els to examine, tne uaiiot oi any
voter banded in to be .depesited in the ballot-box before
placing tlie same thereto nor shall they permit any one
but the votes ha.ndingJn the aamo or qneofthc judges to
WbcH the ballot wrriialt'tlieallow ttav dotsou tbaa one
of the judges t6Ji:adle tlie Tjallot-box tmderja iirialty, ,of
not Jess man nve nor mirc uian uiiy uoiiors. ,
Sec 18. It shall be the duty of the city clerh to deliver
a copy of this ordinance toat least cne of the judges of each:
ward of this city at least one aay previous to anyeiecuw
Sec 13. "When twaor Jfloro persons shall have ah equal
nnmber- of voiei ,tSc jnsvor or any other elective officer in
this city.'the judges vof thoelectipn Ehall certify the same,
to thcity council who shall tcYtilynho same to the .city,
coencil who shall be declared elected in the following
nfinnen they ehall causa twelve separate ballots or' slips
.cf paper to be prepared, equal in size and similar in ap
pearance with the name of each candidate written uppa
jn inl number, and ncatlyffolded, with thsnamo upon
kth-iBiet,Ufto p.reparea snau Be-putwto, a ;ox
anttwelF-BBlxvot'11 nf sud supsv-Bbau mkr e diaya
out by the city clarc ana countea as votes ana tne per
son having the highest nnmber of ballots tlms drawn out
shall bo declared elected and acertificate of eicction:shall
be issued by the clerh to him in tho manner hereinbefore
'gecact. Alltlreb"wbiteTle8rofeth, fee of twartyi
om Ss whbSai'ho'cltUeris ortt'uI7mfted Btatesor who
abU-hv dsoMiwI theirteHtkaJo-Jtcoajefgch U
isargravrx- i in this ntr tte- -Aoaths sext
.1 rryi ..y TT??Tr i..1T:WklaVnt ,
i pnwrraint njnirninwpu i Tiy'Jl,
officers; aad sbch persons swu-i www "wdntx-ium
mt; ,.- rr: r law
SeL iOliJsteirwliOBhan VbtSofoftrfcvoUsio
upon coaTfcti6a;bfc4et less than five dollars Hosier
thamfiftyUar.... r s VJ
Sec 122. Tt apy persoa T"ot aqualified voter uader this7
jolMav, shIkowlngiyad wuiiy :veaapycieei
inthiscityferdty'ooershhailOH coa VKtkm be" laedaO.
Sec' 23. lfopwftOtlKrjllWapiiUMjTc4fJBSd
oniujABceseallWwttUedto Mfr?& , fright eTiayper-
Kjay person wstreJ. to cwjeMneMcnoB.oj
rtUMKL COUNTY, ,.
and pHKor more tbaa
umLius. i i -bb- rr-r
ey UK-TciarBs(aTB' iiwuui.in.teuu)
cosacilat the first seetiBgafter.theclectios, .theeronndso '
siUcolaest,aaitfeeottdl8hU fix, toseww jlacett
which they wOJImm jkterBM'sW te7
r-:Se..25. TWrxraon laakiajraaid ceateat shall
W.im WWW7-.5!W 8WH jyW !2 -"
;i:.Ci' ' .: fM-rf"i "-i-,ir ..-'---2ii n..
the person wh'oie elction;he conteits simijar
jietice v taVjjiisVieswne umfl;
.aadpace atwHiihe jcif-5 wunciwill heat
ana ueieixiine tne same.
-j Sec.-.26 Atthetimendpjaee. fixed.by the
city council they; shallfhear and: determine said
atost aa in theurjudgmeai- shall .appear, just
and; lawuL ancLthe "decision rendered bj the
councU shailall.be final aiidericiusire. " .
, '8?c.7.. Th$uljpi an,cleriselction slia-1
ach.be entiUed tb.ondbllarror,eachday they
BU3U oerve as 8UCU.
Approved August 3861.' -. f
rrr "t THOS;,W.YATEBS01J;Mayoi
: ja .
r. a. rETEBs, Ulcrt .,...: .r' '1
J' iw... v T " r ' T
'Tenders .his.pfbfessional service to theciUzens
oMarysville and surrounding ,couacry,n yF
riCEON'BEOADWA'rf one door south of A. ErLov
ell's Store: '' 'I . ". ff'.
P. S. Recorders office intthe'samc place. n2
irl wxims & magill, '
'MarysTlile; Marshall'Co,f Ransias.
Magill. Will attend all Courts in the County,
flawkins'wiil' positively "attend the District
uoun eatn: wnn.1 , - '
U. C. HAWKINS.
l.;E. CLARDY, ;f
ATTORNEY AT LAW '
OtyVPiiblic &: Genral.Gol-
,;' lectMig& Land Agent,
LOUISVILLE, - f - KANSAS:
Prompt attention givpn to tho various kinds
of business that may arise in the counties of
Marshall, Pbttairattomie and the counties there
unto attached. The best of references can be,
given. ' 1 . 1 - : i, " ' .
Mar0h18G2. nltf -
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
'; .' ATTORNEY'-! T LA'W, '
NO TA R;Y. P XJ BLI Cr
Marysville, Marshall Co. Kansas.
, REFEKS TO
Messrs. Humphrey, Terry, Co., and Derby $
Day, St. Louis. Headly & Carr; Bowman J- Ooi;
Grimes & Carter, Atchison, K. T. Baker &
Cushman; Fowler J- Zeigier; Noah Walker Co.;
and Hon. John Thompson Mason, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Saml. D. Lecomptej Wm. G. Mathis; Pdrry
4.LoWe; and Ciark, GrUber & Co., Bankers,
Leavenworth, K. T. Lykios.j- Boyd; Van Lear
&"BrittoD, St. Joseph, Mo.
HENKY T. aUERY,
GENERAL LAND AGENT,
Junction City, Kansi
WILL Locate Warrants
Kansas and Nebraska gn
-NQTR Y FUJBLIG..
Will practice in this Judicial District.
, T' .ORDER OF SAKE.
JokriS. Coddiag useofv I State of Eansas,
JohnFrazietj v j County ofs Marshall
...... .vs--, ..... ,j.., T.,
John A McClellan. $, ,
By virtue "df " an'order of sale issued out. of
fli riil'fliRtrifeteoiirf in jiifd for Marshall conn-
ty, State of ;hsas,'aiid to "medirected, dated
Marcs Z8th, A. ij. loui wnereinrjosn . cod
ding use of John Frazier is Plaintiff and John
A. McClellaais Defendant, I trillion 'Tuesday,
the6thdayofMay, A.' D.' 182," between the
hours of !10 o'clock'AT M. and 4 ocleck P. Mof
said day, if, the court house deoT in 1 Marysville;
County bf'Harshall and Stale of Kansas, offer,
"for sale to the highest bidder for cash tall the
right, title andinterest of the defendant John
A. McClellanof in and t tlie folloTrinir real
estate to "wit: lotohe (1) in blocV Televen (11)
on the recorded plat of the tbwn?of Marysville in
theonty -bf "Marshall thenUexritory; nair
Stated Kansas fronting rtyrfohri(44)tfeet
on BroadWay and running thack sventyrwo,
feet (72) according tBreifrer!ajrecededplfl of
1 ai4:twn pf jMaryavUlejTifjdupoa .to satisfy;
' Y .- --- 9' " .a'DSWEA&ENSheriff..
JCaarfy,,Pyn8atty:;- - ,
..iefipficAAjrUiag?. ; n2
. . Notice iiaobcif bj;giTeQ,that, letters of
Adainktradoowero patiUdTIrch'4 A
B:i86Ifof the eitaie8:White,de?
All nMaons havinc .claims against ,aaid ex.
ww w-. --T-- -Tv,rrr . .--
lataihoiiU exhibit jtteia 'to -thV, admiais-
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rarfor alIowaace,:w4kia od year afker
ack claim be not. exhibited within
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Make their JConey ' by -' '
2? UTING CHEAP, and, SELLING; CIlEW
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Have Received Their
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frleganVFast Col6red;PrlBtir,ffatU0 cts.
kish Oil Prints at cts.
Glasgow Giirgfcamsat- a.-- i ' '
Nol'l Kid Gloves, 50 cfe. : -
Ladies White Hose, 10. c, . , ,T .Jm.
1 '' And tali 'dike Qoddz ftpfoportiox:''
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