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.u te -
lias remored froca bis old stand to the
"HEW BRICK STORE,
CVnwr Commercial and fourth Streets,
- ATCHISON, KANSAS.
tladkas en sale Largest and Best assorted
STOCK OF GROCERIES
On the Mistonri Elver, Bought for Ch, and
Will be said at a
ilitmVf 1 for tii 'troj8Kc lie lit rceird Bftiet he e.
MBlishsd hit bnimtM in Kansas, he ii determined to merit a
eoatinaanM of the confidence of his friend and the public-
DRUGS & MEDICINE !
W HOLES ALS DRUGGISTS,
N. 10 Delaware St., corner of Main,
Have just received and keep constantly on hand
a fall stack of fresh and reliable
Drugs, Medicines, Taints, Oils, Patent Medicines
BRUSHES, & PURE LIQUORS
For Medical purposes. Also a large stock of
Xo. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS & LAMP
t low prices as any House in the west.
Our coal oil li the belt e ver offered for i ale in )Srt western
market. Especial .attention will be .given to the Oil -and
Lamp trade in keeping the beet brands of oil and the latcst
.stjles of lamps constantly on band. "Will physicians and
neuntrj dtlera please call and examine our stock,
.10 EDDY & ARNOLD.
C. J. LEE, M. D.,
Jtaspectfullp informs the citizens ot Marysville as4 vicmi.
V that he Ssyemausently located here for the practice of
MEDICINE AND SURGERT.
Earing bad upwards of twenty years experience in the prac
tice of his profession, he can assure those who favor him with
their patronage, that they will reccire the best of sb ill and
attention. Office and residence at the stone house on the
kill at the east end of town.
State of Kansas, Second Judicial District, Mar
shall Countj, 8 b. In the SecondDistrict court
for Marshall County.
William J. Wilson,
Stuart Wade, & James R. Hurd as Trustee.
The above named defendant will take notice
that the plaintiff above named, filed his petition
herein, on the 30 th day of June, 1862, the object
yad prayer of -which is to recover a judgment
.against said Wade lor $255.00 -with interest at
,the rate of sixty per cent pet annum from the
8th day of May 1860, due from said defendant
Wade,ena-prommissory note dated May 18 th
1859, for $255.00 with interest, after maturity
until paid, at the rate of sixty per cent jer an
num, due in twelve mpnths from the date there
of to the order of this plaintiff; and for a de
cre of foreefbsare and sale pf the Northwest
quarter f section number nineteen (19) town.
hip four (4) range nine (9) -in Marshall county,
Kansas, and that unless they demur ox answer
to the petition filed herein, on or before the12th
day of September, 1862, said petition will .be'
taken as true, and judgment rendered in ao
.sordance with the prayer thereof.
15 J. D. BRUMBAUGH, PUFs att'y.
SHOP om'WalMt street in Ennt lf.wwBvilk.-
Worsens wishiae; work dose is kit line wiH-md
at te teiruTBuagn to give him a call.
IFHRIAM H. SANFOED.
ATTOMKtY AT LAW
t .NOTRY PUBLIC.
- -" ' Marysville, Kansas
WH1 jraciiee ia this Jnikiel Diatriet.
Wholesale and Betail Dealer in
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS
AND SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
On Broadway, opo. the American Hotel,
I hare just received a lot of fresh Goods con
sisting of Drags, Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, &c, which will be sold cheap for
ready pay. A. E. LOVELL.
Marysville, June 141862.
A1T0RNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Ghanccry.
Office on Main street, Nebraska City, N. T. Will attend to
H business in his profession in the seferal courts in Nebraska
June 14, 1862.
' . Established 1857.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
On Third street, below Delaware,
BLANK BOOKS ruled, printed and bound to any pat.
tern. For Bankers, Merchants, County officers, Ac. Ledg
ers, Journals, Records and Dockets, made out or good paper
at eastern prices. Magazines, music and periodicals, bound
in plain or fancy binding. 13 gm
I would reapecsfully announce to the Mer
chants of the Interior of Kansas, that I have a
large and complete assortment of GROCERIES
of etry description, which I oflter at very low
rates for cash or produce, such as Dry Hides,
Bacon, Lard, &c.,&c.
My stock conrietsin partac follows:
IflQOisacka superfine and extra Flour,
BOO bushels of Dried Fruit,
200 barrels and half barrels Whisky,
100 bbls. Salt,
150 boxes of Tobacco,
200 kegs of Nails,
50 sacks of Coffee,
150 bbls. brown and refined Sugars,
Molasses in barrels, half bbls and.kegS,
Golden Syrup. Rice, Mackerel, Herring,
Spices of all kinds, Cream Tarter, Soda, Oys
ters, Sardines, Condles, Soap, besides many oth
er articles too tedious to mention ; suffice it to
bxj my stock is full and complete, (being the
largest in Atchison, ) and I can and will sell as low
as any House on the Missouri River.
MERCHANTS OF THE INTERIOR,
Ace respectfully invited to call aad examine -jay stock and
prices, and they will be certain to buy. All kinds of market
able produce taken in exchange for Goods at the high
est market rates.
nl3 3m THEO. BARTHOLOW.
WATSON A BRACE,
Wholesale Dealers in
D H Y GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing and Outfitting Goods,
12 Delaware Street,
SAMUEL KISER, Proprietor,
Cor. Shavnee and Fifth streets, Leavenworth, Kan.
Free Omnibus and baggage wagon to and from the steam
boats. Stages leave this House Daily.
Cor. 6A and Commercial Streets, Atchison, Kan.
This Ilotel is situated in the most pleasant part of the city
and is kept in all respects as afirst-class Honse. Quests may
depend upon being accommodated with well-furnished rooms
and clean beds andextravagant charges will not be made.
We bTO a good stable, and will keep teams cheaper than
any one else in the place.
WM. STRATTON, Proprietor.
LONE STAR BILLIARD
No.'. HO grgiway,
JCHAS. R JKESTEB, Praetor.
A2f ORDINANCE RELATING TO
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men of the city of Marysville:
Section 1. That the regular annual election
for Mayor, Aldermen and such other officeraas
by law or ordinance are required to be elected
by 2he people shall be had on the first Monday of
Janaary 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 generaZ
election and five days notice in case pf 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
See. 4 If upojuapening the pells in either
ward a vacancy shall exist in the judges of elect
ion, the electors present are hereby anthorixed
to fill 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) lo act as
clerks of the election, who Bhall take and sub
scribe an oath faithfully and impartially to dis
charge the duties of clerks.
Sec. 6. Before receiving any votes the judges
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 p their office according to law; said oath
or affirmatiou shall be in writing and shall be
subscribed by the persons taking the same aad
maybe administered by any person author! ted
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
ordinance the polls shall be opened at one and
close at six o'clock P. M.
Sec. 8. The city clerk shall at leaBt two days
beore the day setor holding any election deliv
er to one o the judges in each ward a ballot-box
and blank'poll books.
Sec 9. The judges shall rocoiTe the ballot of each qual
ified Toter offering to Vole and deposite the same in the
ballot box which shall not be opened until the polls are
closed and the clerks shall enter in the pell books in a fair
hand the names of every person Toting and that of each
person who is rejected and opposite thereto, write the bet
of such rejection, and the ballot so rejected shall be depos
ited in a separate box with the name of the voter indsrs
Sec. 10. the judges sbull have the power to preserve or
der at the polls aud to command the officers in attend
ance to arrest and tube before the mayor any person who
shall by violent and turbulent conduct cr in any other
manner interfere with, hinder oi disturb the judges or
clerKtf in in the discharge of their duties, or any voter ex
ercising the privilege of voting, and for anyjrach offense
the offender shall forfeit and pay a sum aot leas than two
nor more than thirty dollars.
Sec 11. At the close cf the election or polls the judges
soall prooeed to call outjthe ballotaiatid ascertain the sum
ber of votes given for each person voted for and shall con
tinue the counting without intermission until all the bal
lots are counted, when they shall certify the aggregate num.
ber of votes cast for each person and their certificate shall
be attested bytbeclerss, The rejected ballots shall also be
examined and certified to in the same manner as the others.
Sec 12- The ballots as they are counted shall be strung
by one of the judges on a string or wire and at the close
of the count shall b replaced in the' ballot box which shall
be safely looted and not opened by the judges or with their
Sec. 13. At or before the hour of tour in the afternoon of
the day following that of any election the judges shall de
liver the ballot-boxes and poll-boohs to the cityclertat his,
office, and the clerh shall forthwith in the presence of the1
mtYarand.at least coe of the Judges of the election in eadi
ward (if a general election) or one judge -of the election in
which ward the election was held (if a special election) to
co unt up the number of votes certified toln each poll-book
and mahe -a certificate stating at full length the name of
eachperaoa -voted for and the aggregate number of votes
given to each and who are elected, which certificate shall be
signed by the mayor and attdsted by the clerL.
Sec 14. That the clerh shall on the next day Rafter BaaL.
ingthe certificate aforesaid mahe out and deliver a certifi.
cate under seal of the city, if the city has such seal, signed
by.the mayor, to each person elected, setting forth the of.
flee to which he is elected.
Sec. 15. Any judge or clerh of election pho shall com
Hence serving as such and fail to perform any of the'drj
ties enjoined on him by law or ordained, (except for rea.
sons specified in the next .succeeding 'section) shall forfeit
and pay a sum of not less than five nor more than fifty
See. 16. If any judge or clerh of election after enter
ing upon the discharge of his duties, shall by sickness or
other psarsonal disability, be rendered unable to act, an
uother may be appointed in his place. If a judge, by the
qualified voters present, if a clerk, .then the judges shall
fill the vacancy; in such case the person substituted shall
make oath as herin before required and the fact of such
substitution and the time it took place shallbe noted on
the poll boohs.
Sec 17. The jndfles or clerks of election shall not ex
amine or suffer any one els to examine, the ballot of any
voter handed in to be depesited in the ballot-box before
S lacing the same therein, nor shall they permit any one
ut the voter handing in the same or one of the judges to
handle the ballot nor shall they allow any person than one
of the judges tojbandle the ballot-box under a penalty of
not less than five nor more than fifty dollars.
Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the dty clerk to deliver
a copy of this ordinance to at least cneof the judges of each
ward of this dty at least one day previous to any election.
Sec 19. When two or ffiore persona shall have an equal
number of votes for mayor or any other elective officer in
this dty, the judges of the election shall certify the same
to the city council who shall certilythe saaeto the dty
coencil who shall be declared dected ia the following
mfinner: they shall cause twelve separate ballots cr slips
of paper to be prepared, equal is size sad similar ia ap
pearance with the Bias of each candidate written vpoa
an equal number, aad acatly'folded. with tas Basse upon
the inside; the slips so prepared shall bejsat iato a box
and well -nixed, eleven nf said slips shall then be drawn
oat by the dty clerk and counted as votes and the par
son having the highest -umber of ballots tans drawn est
shall be declared elected and acertiicate of -section shall
be isened by the clerk to hiss in the manner hereinbessre
Sec 30. All free white males over tie age eftwentv'
one rears who shall he dta'wnsof the United Mates 07 wke
shall here decaered their intention to beeome saca and
who shall have resided in this dty three months next
prwcsndingaay election, shall titeateAvotenucit--ofmcers;
and sack persons shall vote in thewssdsiawhfen
hey' reads at the tame ef election.
SecSL J&r-rjpseaua who shall vote or esTaraa veto mere
v--an esmvicc,t ansa not less uaanve ansam
Becxt Tf ! pejma mil naslllU mlsj nsj fc, m
faaaos, shallknowJsiJyaaa wflMnuy Tawatnay alaemaa
mlseMrmre eslearshesaenaa eaarletJan sanmsdnat
Sec 23. JfoiainMotsterisasnaaaaJitai Tsaw ansm Mils
orcinaneeBeanaeensitleite sasHnaae sne riantaf aaviS!
sentovoteasaaT aky election- "-
boo. as. iTsayperasnaasiras toeasjmnttha
a7 " aaaanac nyane recant to nave
council at the first raeetiegsfter the election, fne gianaas of
araconnest, aadtneceaacUsnau nxa one and plaes at
which they will bear, and determine said contest.
Sec. 25. The person making said contest shall
within twenty-our hours ater filing with the
city council a notice of said contest; serve upon
the person whose election he tontetts & 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
ti.j vuimcn mey anau near ana aeiermine saia
contest as in their iudsment shall appear just
and lawUl and the decision rendered by the
couacu snaiiau be final and conclusive.
Sec 27. The judges and clerks 0 election shall
each be entitled to one dollar for each day they
shall serve as such.
Approved August 12, 1861.
THOMAS W. WATERSON, Mayor.
PH. Peteks, Clerk.
F. R. JACOBS,
HOUSE, SIGN &
All persons wishing work done in my line
will do well by ealling one door east of the
American Hotel, where I will guarantee satis
faction. 6m n5
THOS. M. BOWEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Marysville, Marshal Co., KaM&a,
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
Know mil men by these presents,
that I make Boots and Shoes of all
sixes and of every description imagina
ble, for those who may be so kind as to
give me a call, at No. 58 Broadway, where I
shall always be on hand. My material is the
best that can be purchased for zold or Treasurv
Notes. Come along and bring your feet, I can
fit them; don't care if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to stake their owner blush.
DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL,
Tenders his professional service to the citizens
of Marysville and surrounding country, Or
ricsox bkoaowat, one door south of A. E.Lov
P. S. Recorders qfice in the tame place.' n2
MA WKINS & MAGILL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Marjflville, Marshall Co,, Kansas.
Magill will attend all Courts in the County.
Hawkins will positively attend the District
Court each term.
H. C. HAWKINS. 3. s. JfAOILL.
J. E. CLARDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Notary Public & General Col
lecting & 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 references can be
March, 1862. nltf
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
ATTO&N AT LAW,
Marysville, Marshall Co. Kansas.
Messrs. Hamihrey, Terry, Co., and Derby &
Day, St. Louis. Headly & Carr; Bowman $ Co.;
Grimes & Carter, Atchison, K. T. Baker &
Cushman; Fowler J- Zeigrer; Noah Walker Co.;
and Hon. John Thompson Mason, Baltimore, Md.
Hon.SamlD. Lecomple; Wm. G. Mathis; Perry
Lowe; and Ciark, Gruber & Co., Bankers,
Leavenworth. K'. T. Lykina $ Boyd; Van Lear
& Brittoa, St. Joseph, Mo.
Rates of Ferriage
Established by the Board of County Commissioners
of Marshall County, Kansas, Aprilll, 1802.
Ordered that the rates of ferriage across the
Big Blue river at the ferry owned by H. D. Wil
liams &Co., crossing said river near the city of
Marysville, be from this date as follows:
" loose cattle each
" man and horse
" two horses and wagon
" one yoke of cattle and wagon
" four horses and wagon
two yoke ef tattle and wagon.
gix .... 5X50
" United States nail coaches, four
All persons with one wagon free.
This certifies that the above is a true and cor
rect copy as ordered by the Board of County
Commissioners, April 11th, 1862.
3tn4 R. B. NEWELL, Co. Clerk.
ORDER OF SAJLE.
John S. Codding use of I State of Kansas,
JohnFraiier, j Coanty of Marshall
John A McClellan.
By virtue ef an order of sale issued out of
the 2nd district court in and for Marshall coun
ty, State 'of ITaasae, and to sae directed, dated
March 28th, AD. 186 wherein John S. Cod.
ding use of John Fraaiar is Plaintiff and John
A. McCleUaa is Defendant, I will on Tuesday,
the 6th day ef May, A. D. 1862, between the
hoars ef 10 o'clock A M. and 4 o'clock P. Mof
said day, at the court house door in Marysville,,
County ef Marshall and Btate of Kansas, offer
for sale to the hlghett twitter for eaeh all tie
right, title and interest ef the eWssj.sat, John
a., saeuieuaa, ei im m win n
estate ta wit: Lotoae (1) im anssk
with the in woTsmaaes thsriam.
,1. l-JUiaA. MsjjIliillLiiL
theee-rntr albtfMal it. fWritorr. now
fltats ef psftiilissWsafmrr (44) feet
en Broadway aai rsmsmaf back serrate-two
fleet (72) MtmtHnmHMnmn'a raeaedsMi rfi.t r
aaJdtown of MnryaviUe, kried npen. te satisfy
said order of sale. AMraisedat$75.
G. TJ. Kw'KA'DrnrTsn ....
Renr0-Afrn 8,1882. .o
By virtue of an alias fee bill issaad wat f the)
2ad District court in and for Marshall eewmty,
Kansas, I will on Wednesday the 11th Uj af
Jane A. D. 1862, in front of the Barrett Henna
Maryaville, between the hours of ten oaltekA,
M. and four o'clock P. M. of said day, ofW far
sale one wagon, levied on as the pronettjuC
Jarred B. Amaden to satisfy said fee MIL
G. D. SWEABINGEN, Shari.
Marysville, May 15, 1862.
John S. Codding use of John Fraaier
By virtueof an execution issued out ef fct '
2nd District Court in -and for Marshall coaaty,
Kansas, I will on Thursday, the 3rd dayaf J
ly, AD. 1862, in front of the Barrett House ii
Marysville, between the hours of 10 o'doe A.
M. aai 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, offer for ttte
to the highest bidder, for cash, one bay hefpn,
saddle, bridle and blanket, levied upon as tW
property of John A. McClellan, to satisfy ssi
execution. G. D. SWEARINGEN, Sharif.
Marysville, June 19th, 1862.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
John Frazier, ")
Irwin, Jackman & Co. J
Notice is hereby riven to Josenh Irwin. Js
christian name unknown. Peter Byrum, Byrum, chrsi.
uan name unknown, partners trading under tne name, aria
and style of Irwin, Jackman 4 Co, non-residents of at af
shall County, State of Kansas. That John Frailer, plaintiff
in the above entitled cause, sued ont, on the 2nd day af
June A.D.1862, a writ of attachment before William F.
Hess, a Justice of the Peace, in and for Marysville Town
ship, Marshall Co., State of Kansas, and their property si
attached,and unless they shall appear before the aforeseisl
Justice at his offci in the city of Marysville in said Town,
ship, County and State on the 19th day of JulyA.D.1862,a
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Judfa.
men twill be rendered against tlieta and their property sols)
to satisfy the claim ot the plaintiff, it being seventy-two aah
lars and eighty-six cents, $72.86.
L By J. S. Maqill, his At.
NOTICE TO TAX PATERS.
Notice is hereby given that all taxes ressaia
ing unpaid on personal property after the iraf
day of June 1862, the treasurer is required t
issue hi warrant to the sheriff to levy and col
Iect such unpaid taxes. Chapter 114, Sec 61
acts of 1860, requires the treasurer to issue hi
warrant to the sheriff to collect all unpaid taxes
on personal property, together with his feat
for collecting the same. Persons will find it
to their interest to pay immediately, or befeitn
the sheriff serves the warrants, as they are sow
in his hands. A. E. LOYELL, Treasurer.
Marysville, May 28, 1862.
Notice is hereby given that the undersignd
was appointed by S. F. Snyder, Probate Judge im
and for Washington County,, Kansas, adminis
trator of the estate of John A. Humes, deceas
ed, dated April 23rd, A. D, 1862: All persona
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate settlement of the same, and all hav
ing claims against said estate, are required te
exhibit them to the administrator for allowance
within one year after the date of the letters or
they may be precluded from any benefit of said
estate, and if such claims are not exhibited with
in three years from the date of theselctters they
will be forever debarred.
J. R. HALLOWELL, AdaVr.
Notice is hereby given that letters ef
Administration were granted March 4, A.
D. 1862 for the estate of James White. d
coased of Marshall county, Kansas. And
all .persons having claims against said si
tate should exhibit them to the admiiisv
trator for allowance, within one year afttf
I the date of the letter, or they will be pre
ciuuea iroiu any uenent oi nam estate;
and if such claim he not exhibited withigj
three year3 from the date of the letU
they will be forever-debarred.
State of Kansas, Second Judicial Distrfcsfe
- Lewis Book,
To Lewis Book and James Parsons. Ton art
h ereby notified that the above named plaiatiaT
has commenced an action in the above entitle1
court against you to recover a judgment against
said defendant, Loujs Book, for the sum of two
hundred and eighty-five dollars and interest
thereon fiom the 20th of May 1859, at the rate)
of five per cent per month upon a prommissorj
note signed by said Book on the 26th of Me?
1858, payable to John W. Russell or order, an
to subject to the payment of said amount aai
interest the following premises, mortgaged by
said Book to secure the same, to wit: Thenortfc
east quarter of section eight, township two,
south of range nine, east, in said county, to sen
the same and apply the proceeds to the payment
of said amount and interest and the costs of this)
action and to foreclose all of the defendant
from all right, title or equity of redemption 1
and to said premises. Said note and security
having been assigned to the plaintiff by saii
Now unless you plead answerer demur is
said plaintiff's petition on or before the 15th day
of August A. D. 1862, the said petition will bf
taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly-
J.D. BmUYnAUGS & SllXSOS &HAVXXH, "
CeU-pcsitsr and Cabinet Mafcer
Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build
ings with neatness and dispatch. Plans and spec
ifications famished. I have on hand a large
quantity of dry walnut lumber, and am pre
pared to make all kinds of. furmiture at Mo.
river prices. Terms to suit tne times. nbtt t
Cabinet Maker & Honse Builder.
He is prepared to take contracts for buildings
of all kinds, and insvres that his work will bs
done in a subtantiaj a4 workmnlike manner.
Cofins adt4 order Hpon short notice. Far-.
niture and every kind of Cabinet werk sUamck
ed to promptly and at prises satisfactory ta al,
He holds himself in readiness at aD tiiSeewm
Broadway, ese door east of theUnie esnet,
Marysville, Kansas. 9mal,