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THE BIG BLUE NION,
I II nil I r rnrni 'i i iiimi i i w i i n
focal Hnb-jccml Uotrcts, r,
Beef has fallen in price in Marysiville.
There are a few deaths from Cholera report-
ed in New York City.
There is. an active demand for potatoes in
town now. A few loads would sell well.
All those .who Towe us for this paper are
requested to immediately settle jap.as we are
much in need of monev. Don't wait to be
Work will commence on the Railroad running
west from St Joseph through this place in a few
The river continues stationary. Leavemscrlh
Why don't you give it eomclhing to move it ?
Several citizens of cur county are out on a
buffalo hunt. Thisy exciting pastime is a favor
ite sport of our frontiersmen.
The work on the School house is progressing
finely. Ja the course of two weeks the rock for
the building will all be quarried and delivered
on the ground. Seven hundred perch ara re
quired for the structure.
204. Marysville cast two hundred a,nd four
rotes for issuing bonds, and none against.
This was a big vote for Marysville. Seneca
people thought they did well in casting one
hundred and fifty votes for. Marysville is
Messrs. R. 0: Wagner, S. Shockley and E. C.
Manning have Decn appointed by the County
Board, Commissioner to appraise the school
lands of this county. They will proceed soon
to apsraise all the lands' that sale has been pe
A Great Mistake.
I 3rw 'prominent citizens of Iowa, who'
The Burlington Patriot, in notirintr the I eDt toTexaswhhtlje Intention of reid
returu home of L. "Moray, Tq., jvbo had , jog then, have returned. They say it is
been at the Capitol for two or three weeks J impossible for a Union man tn live among
asa'juror of the U. S. District Court, says :4.the malignant rebels of tb,at State.
"THie Squire says" thatTa strong Andy
Johnson feeling -prevails,. at the-jcapha!.
The untramrnele d, Sovereigns must go to
work and pitch overboard the bartering,
paj)-sucking, State-house politician?." "-
Now. while we are willing to concede
that Mr. M. was perfectly honest in bis'!
-belief that a "strong Andy Johnson feel
ing" prevailed here, we do protest against
that peculiar mode of expression which
tends to mislead the public mind. "A
strong Andy Johnson feeling" may exist
in the ranks, of tbe democracy, and with a
few Republicans ; Kilt that the great Vdass
of" the Republican Union party in this lo
cality is affected, we ar,e compelled to de
ny. The last sentence in the above quotation
implies, if hmeans anything, that our
State officers areamons those floating along
on tbe veto-speefwnaking channel of An
dj In that, MrT Patriot, vou are very
much mistaken. Our State officers, as we
have before, time and again stated, are to
a man, (with perhaps one exception he
being absent from the Gapitol.) squarely
viih the Congressional majority, and
aainst what they conceive to be the dan
gerous "policy" of Andy Johnson, and in
jostjoe to theni we hope the Patriot, and
every other paper m the State that has
made the same intimation, will correct the
erroneous impression. Tojpeka Record.
The St. Jo. Herald says there are three
maiden sisters 4 residing in that county,
whose united ages are 204 years. It is
generally believed thathey will not mar
ry just yet.
Mr. H. J.Rnymond, on the floor of the
House, spoke strongly Tn favor of the Con
gressional sheme of reconstruction. He
says the New York Times does not repre
sent his vfews of the subject.
A Memphis minister thinks it is the
duty of the pulpit to pray for Jeff. Davis
The Memphis Republican retorts : ''Don't
you do it. You prayed for the Southern
Confederacy and we all know its fate."
Pfn'ITENTIARY. CommisMoners, S. S.
Ludlum, Wm. Dunlap. and M. R Dutton,
met at the office of Secretary of State on
Friday last, and let tbe work of building
(the Slate Penitentiary to El. Caldwell,
Leavenworth. fttpeka Leader.
Trustee's SIeoT Real Estate.
Notice is hareby given that the undersigned
as Trnstee for Francis J. Marshall and Henry
D. Williams and for JT. D. Williams-& Co. will
by virtue of a deed of trust dated Ostober 25th I
A. D. 1S62, sell at public auction in front of the
Court House door in Marysville, Marshall
County, Kansas, the followinfedescribvd'Real
Estate on the 2d day of June A. D. ISGG, to-
The South Ea9t Quarter of Section Twenty
Nine (29) Township TWo, Range, Seven East j
also, the South'Ealfcf the South East Quarter
of "Section OneTown -Two Range Six, East.
Also uie ionowujg town iotsin Marysville
The best place to 'trade in Atphison is at
Gard & Newcomb's. Their fctbek of Dry Goods,
Fancy Good3 and Dress Goods is' complete.
Their prices are as low as the lowest, and
their clerks as polite as the most polite. In
-purchasing an that city do not fail to call on
this popular firm.
Messrs. Swearingen and Hutchinson have re
turned from up the road. Tho train that had the
1030 sack3 of flour unloaded at Cottonwood and
stored their freight there. The train is on its
way back. Flour is too cheap at Denver to pay
1- .. .
We get the report from pretty reliable author
ity that senator Potaeroy has &old all his inter
8t in Atchison. The sale was consumatcd some
months ago but has been kept very bly since it
iTViTiSTjiri'il- Yf linilfrRt.inl ifinf. Ilinrn iq omro
,m ,-!, iter w .w. iswi . Queen Victoria and the Fentans
ir-nrMrnt A Loudon i orre.-nondeut of the N. Y
Good SheeITCouxtry.--Last fall Mr. Mur
cheson of this place lost thirteen sheep and
heard nothing from them until thi3 spring.
When found they were out on the Little Blue
river and away from any settlements. There
they had been likely all winter without food or
shelter. There tho original thirteen were
found, having wintered vvithout any assistance
unharmed by wolves, unscathed by Btornis.
The paper published in Washington
called the Constitutional Unionist, got off
the following specimen of Unionism, on
the 3d inst.
'These men had better beware : they
are not a Icral Congress, but an unconsti
tutional body of usurpers. ,The country
i'eels that ihe one reat error of'the' Prss-
dent was in his ever recognizing them at
all. In their sell-imposed rump condition,
ihey had no claim for recognition as anof
ficial body from an honest man, or any
other branch of the Government. We
doubt whether the Supreme Court will ov
er affirm any of their statistics to be valid
This thing of Congressional fanaticism
and treason ought to be done awpy with.
Tho American Congress now is the iac
simile of that rump Parliament which stunk
in the nostrils of all good men. and whuh
Cromwell kicked out of doors, and served
just right. A little Cromcili:in pluck i
just the thins: needed now, and there arc
'2,000 000 Deimcrats at the North who
would face that hind of pluck with a good
deal of relish just now. Tne issuu should
be joined at occ.
Insulted. The principal argument used by
one of the vigorous opponents of the Bond
'question, was, "if you commence the construct
ion of another railroad through this section of
Kansas it would insult the Irishmen that were
now at work on the A. & P. P. railroad."
That was .the first time that we ever heard
tbat the building of & railroad insulted an Irish
man, or any other man.
We understand that the puritanical County
Attorney, W. W. Jerome, in his speech at Blue
Rapids accused us and other members from Nor
thern Kansas, of stealing the School Lands of
this State to aid in the construction of Rail--roads.
We are hot surprised.at his assertion
when we considet his reputation for veracity,
nor startled at his rendering of the law when
we contemplate his legal attainments
Marshall county was out in all its strength
last Tuesday. Nearly every voter that was not
absent from the county was at the polls. There
were only two in Marysville who failed to vote,
and about ten in Blue Rapids Township, and
only two or three in Vermillion, and about fif
teen in Guittards. ThercWere about forty-voters
absent from the county. Counting tbe ab
sentees, those that failed to vote and tho vote
cast, aad we have over six hundred voters in
Tribur e wrilts : - -T ,-
An inteiesting anecdote of the Queen's
humanity and attachment to her army
has just come to my knowledge. You
may have noticed in the news from Ireland
the trial of a Sergeant D.irragb, for Fen
iaiiiHTi, cf which he was f. und guilfy and
sentenced to be shot. When the warrant
was brought to the Queen for sig
nature, her consent was urgently solicited
on the grounds of the necessity of making
an example, and at lengih obtnhed, though
she burst into tears in the act cf accord
ing it.. Within an hour afterward she
sent for the warrant again and tore it to
pieces and God bless her for it ! The
act will effect more toward extirpating
Fcnianism in the ranks if it exists there
than all the constables, spies, lawyers,
judges and hangmen within the tfair seas
of Britain could do. .
Execttf oa-'s Xoiiice.
Notice is hereby given that letters testament
ary was granted to. the undersigned on the
last wilt and testament of Hcndrix Lee. by the
Piobatc Court of Marshall County, on the ISth
day of Api il A. D. 1800. Therefore all persons
having claims against the estate of Hendrix
Lee, deceased, are notified to exhibit the same
to me for allowance within one year fiom the
date of said letters, or thev may be precluded
irom the bem fit of i-aid estate, and that all
claims not exhibited within three years from
the "Jute of such letters s&.i'l be fo.ievcr de
barred. J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
Executor of the last will and testament of lien
drix Lee. deceased.
Marysville, Kan., April, 2S 18GG. 4-l-3t
A dark red cow giving milk, with white udder,
seven 3 cars old, cime to the prciifaos of Mr.
Finlcy McDonald in this Township about two
weeks ago. Mr McDonald lives four und one
half miles northeast of town. The owner is re
quested to call fer the cow pay for this notice
and take her away.
iMiryjvilta A pril 20, 18GG.
STB iE, Q23 REWARD.
Strayed from-the premises of J. 1). Wells on
Vermillion in .Marshal, county, duiingthc win
ter, a yokb of oxen branded V. A. l. ot the left
hip. io thcr discription can bt given of'them
us they str.iypdjVoni a 1 irpe d:ove that, wore be
ing winteiel there. The above reward wi 1 be
gi'cu on their delivery to the undei signed, or
information to lead to their recoveiy.
J. I). WELLS.
JIarysville, Kan.. April 21. 18Gl. 4fc.
Tho Tennessee Stue Senae has pasied'
tho franchise bill by a vote of 13 to C. It
bad previously pa'ssbd tbe House, and is
now a law. It disfranchises over nine
tonths of tbe whjje people of Tennessee,
including all who, in any way, ever par.
"vyavcii u me reDeitionror gave aid to
og out her own destiny.
Ontue 4th inst. both Houses of Con
gress pasa a bill enlarging tbe State of
Nevada bjcuttlng off several thousand
square railea from Utah. Tho 'delegate
from Utah, ia the Hoaie, protested Very
violently againsfit. l l
$ Qen. Sicfltgiit, afeoUMcd Minister. .to
Americans are not the only adventurous
people. An Englishman namad Stamer
has just published "Recollections of a Life
of Adventures." He landed in Boston from
Er uland with six shillings in his poclcet;
s-hipped as a sreen hand on a whaler; left
the ship and forfeited his wages; worked
his way to Liverpool ; entered the English
army ; left it and jouied the French lp
sion ; inherited some money and bought a
substitute; came to America again; was
in Itichinond during the war ; escaped to
New York with a shirt, a tooth brush, and
anqan umbrella ; and finally returned to
England with all his baggagb lied up in a
An Appeal for the Starting.
Judge Wyeth. of Mai shall couiny. Aia.,
has appealed to the citizens of Cincinnati
in behalf of tho people of his State. He
"I have come here to plaad with you for
be sufTerinff, starring people of' North
Alabama. They are literally starving i
hejp!e5 women and children and infiir:ii table in splendid order, and invite the Knits,
men are sufferinjr for the want of bread. oMnccueioiesiH-quaiuiei. auc nest of uquor
The stock holders of the Marysville bridge
Company will take notise that (here will be an
election for a Hoard of Directors and ofitcers of
said Urj-Jga Oonip s:iy ea S.utird iy the 28ih d-sy
o' April, A. D. 1SGG, two o'clock V. M. at ihe
office of Crumb xugh & Cdlingci in the City of
Marysville, County of Marshall, State of Kan
sas. John W. Collinger,
April 13th 183G. Secictary.
1, 2, 4, 6,
8) 10, 11,
2, 8f 11,
6. S, 9, 10,
1 3 0
i, -, o, J,
8, 5, 9, 11, ,
5, 7, 10,
2, 4, 8,
2, 8, 9, 12,
1, 3, 5, 10,
2, 5, G,
1, 9, 12,
4, 10, 12,
0, 9, 10, 12,
1, 0, 8, 9,
8, 9, II,
o, G, 9, 11, 12,
10, 11, 12,
10, 11, -4,8,
3, 4, 9,
10, 11, lfi,
4, 5, &
7, . .
4, G, .
1, 5, 6, 11,
1, 4, 5,
5, 7, 9, 10,
2, 3, 6,
4, 5, 8, 9,
- - - - i&aasas.
f THomas McCoy, ...
Is prepared with a good stock of leather, whiclu
ihe has just bought in the Eastern mar- . ri
ket, and with the best work- fi
men that can bo found
in tho coun
EXECUTE OX SHORT NOTICE, ALL OR
DERS IN HIS LINE.
Also, tho following' lots fn Palmetto, Mar
shall County, Knnsis.:
l 3, 10,
His stock consists of
Harnesses, . . -. .
Saddles j . V
IBits, &c, c&o.
Notice is hereby given to tli2 stock holderfe of
thcNoithern Ilansasllailro-ul Company that
there will be a meeting of the stock holders at
Hiawatha Kansas, on the 12th day of May ISGG
for the purpose of electing Eleven directors
THOS. a. OBORN. S. E. BALLARD.
T. 11. DRENNING. GEO. GRAHAM.
J, D. BRUMBVUtiU. SAM. SPKKR.
E. C. MANNING. CIIAS. E. FOX.
H. D. HOLLEXBU.JW. C. E. PARKER.
Troy Kau., April 5th 1860.
An Elegant, Moral, and Ri'fined Miscella
neous Family Journal,
devoted to Polito Literature, Wit and Ilnmr.r, Trose and
uietic Gems. In pi.Iitic, und on nil secr.irLin questions.
It is strictly neutral, and theietoreeniiihitically
A H'apcr For tlxc ftliilion.
And a welomo visitor to tlie Iltfm- Circle. It contains the
foreign .mil i om Hie uevrsof ihet'jiy, no condfij-ed as to
preseutthtsgreateftpo-IMcanioMnc of ititcllence.
THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY
is printPd on finn white iipr with new and beautiful
t.p , contiins 8tte-n hunure-l Bqu.ir inched, and iaa lare
wecUly ap'T of sixteen ocUvo iHjrcs. "
An unri ilt'il mrp of contributors nro nn ler renlnr
enp'Kenunt-.. und everj dep-.rr:nont is plrcei on theluost
fiiii'hed and perfect s-tein that cxpenijuce can devise.
Lach nutn5er wilt bj beautifnliy ittustrutcd.
.The nbovc real estate will be sold under-and
b virtue if said Tru-t d'ed. Thf ale to nm
menccat 10 o'clock A. ?l onaidddv. TcrniH
of sale f'ash in li'iinl. and upon t?e pa, mmt
of the purchase inonej tte -a i Tim -to.- w 11 exe
cute n pood and sufficient wairanly deed to tle
pnemises, free from all incumbrances. The
taxes are all paid on the" above property.
J. D. BRUMBAUGH,
Trustee for Francis J. Mat shall and Henry D.
VMiHams. and of 11. D. Williams & Co.
MurysvilleKan., Vpril 28, ISGG. 4-l-4w
IN PURSUANCE OF LAW, and in accor
dance with an order from the Board of County
Commissioners of Marshall countv, Kansns, no
tice is hereby given that a Special Election will
be held at the various voting precincts in Mar
shall county, Kansas, on
Tuesday. Ujc !3Ii Bay of May,
A. D. ISGG, for the approval or rejection of the
question of issuing County Bonds to the amount
of One Hundred Thousand Dollars for the pur
poses As specified in the ordor of said county
board and published in the newspapers of said
Ballots shall bo written or printed as fol
lows : "For Issuing Bonds," or "Against Issu
Given under my hand this Gth day of April,
A. D. ISGG. JOHN McCOY,
Sheriff of Marshall County.
TCIiMS Invariably fit r.dra'ico $200.
PnlilMiPtl every Stunliy .-.t the'eo nerof Trcmont anil
Broousfieltl Street?, Bobh u, ila5, by
' " F. OMU'ON.
NEW ESLIAED TTAT.t. j
Eaglis & Bergman, Proprietors.
Theproprictcrsof the popular saloon ncct door
to tne .meucm nouse nnve put their buiinrd
" ..T .k--ht.i Wh.3, irt I :feci 7l U, I "" "" Jtasl-im
greatest difficulty ibatT .shall have to enj r i a TT fT GlTXr"
counter will bo the doubts that will sug- ! X-aL.Xi-ivJ irC OJllOJr.
gest themselves in regard to th'S'truth of T IIavs openc.l a Tailor Shop on the nonh side
my statements." j J- of Bnnduav, Marysville on door west of
J A. K. Lovill'sSton, where I will alwavs be in
The Treasury Department estimates that ' rV J0, UJ nd make gentlcme.-s' Par
ihn Miinn.l ;.I. r .i mnts4)fal! kinds, m the latest and best sivl.
tho naiion.l income for the prrsent year parlicur attention eiveu to cutting. OldSfe
wuivreacn hve hundred nnllions. The ments Cleaned and lltpahed in the neatest an
hahnces at present at.the. command of the her. I will-warrant enire .satisfaction to all
Secretary, from a II sources, rc believed 'rno favor me with their .patronage
to be fully om hwdred and ffty nilliois. h 33-tfc
"West or the 3Iisi-sipfi Kites.
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