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"? rwaswrt45" ssaur ww aa- xr-jrir-rrr -ewfw,fsayxiWT - 4 " " " "fjxJi 3 a ;. 1 p 4 r 4 . MARRIED. - Ik Wubipfton County, on the 1st inat., by Kev.D.A. linrdock, Mr. Goodwin-Brooks to. ICmMast E.Fox, all of Washington County. DIED- ' lathis city, on the 9th' instant, Mrs. Ltdia A. xzC,ftged 76 years. . Rtv. Mr. Hague will preacti to-mofrow( $B die usual place of warship at 10 A. M , Edt fc Arnold, Druggists, Leaven otthi advertise that they keep a large and good assortment of Drugs, Medicines, faints, Oils, Coal Oil and Lamps. &c, &c. ?iTe them a call when you go to the city. The Board of County Commissioners eld a short session here the first part of this week. Besides the transaction of Ksual and important husinesss, they made mm estimate or .levied the county tax for 1862, the amount of which i 4,000. Our friend at the next door, R. B. Ed Ifards has made quite an extensive pur. fbase in town of real estate this week, hav iag bought the interest in Ballard & Mor tal's addition to " Palmetto," of R. L. Mallard, the latter returning to Richmond, Mo. Quick: Time. The Express Coach, we are informed by the driver, Mr. Frank Tanhorn, arrived here yesterday morning from Seneca, a distance of forty' miles, in three hours and seventeen minutes. A fpeisenger with important business was aboard. " That's what's the matter." The refreshing showers of the first part f the week have put crops in good plight ind made the weather more pleasant and bearable. The evenings are fine actual 2y delightful ; the moon riding high, in full " blossom;" with her celestial traim makes night "gleam in a delirium of star" ry joy." Kansas can't be beat in the mat ter of getting up fine evenings. SPECIAL, NOTICE. JtBMOVAL.) T . - li.fcHESEBROUGH ffas removed from bis old stand to the HEW SSJCK -STORE, &mr of Commercial and Fourth Streets, ;JATHISON, KANSAS.' V. iknd'bas on sale Largest and Best assorted fTOCROF GROCEllIf tOalheMissouri River, Bought or CiO, -itd rill.baQldiat i ' , . - &iir& ' iMALL ADVANCE: i.u 14. 'XfcspMalfsrthe patroaage he has recerfet siace he es ftkbUsaea' his business in Kaam, be is deterained to merit a aoaMaaaa of the confidence of hk friends and the public- U. J.UEE.M.D., '' JUepestfulIpia forms the citizens ot IfarraYiUeand Tidal Jr,!J!Bl8pcna,uloaVoctodbwe for the practice cf MEDICINE AND SURGIRY. aiagB4nwardeof ty yean esperfeaceiB theprac ties p t his profctioBbe caa huh these who few Ua with' tfwirpatroa,Lbai thejr will jseeiT the hMtofahHlaBd Mteatk. .PAfaasdmidapcaM It state fa rose oa' she' stlllat the east end itftowa... " fv ' f T vvMnprENAST nd.Splicitor'iTi 9r$f:x -bioBjaia.stfes Nebraska CiN.,!,. Wili.attqnd to ,aOsMM if toproskia tfacMar fed tti& WAHJTKD. - ' - - .,-AtsWs efloe, iimtlboy; om 14 to If -mat of aeas-an aOTreatjcatoLTMif nrintinir iissiiaa'ad-'iadrkisboy willfa- STEBBINS & CO. - , , , i ? u . - -' waotaaaxs .axwexxax t.l Sv ''l' I .-."- t , - , -' ' ' ' ' Gp'gIb i?Sa We Tcspecfln'1 y fntite dealers and dtitens Of Kansas to" cjil and examine onr stock before buying elsewhere. TTc itp all kin&iofxtr ; .,: .'i c A FULii Assortment of A LIQUORS, WINES, , ' BRANDIES, 'U -I f ; ,.a?S A Very Large Stock ofNAILSt GLASS &C. nW ..', f t We also keet) Foolwapj' Note, 'LegaliCan pa pers and Envelopes, Printer's paper and Cards which we will sell'to printers'at St. Louis rates with freight added. ' We buy and sell 'exclusively, for CASH, and flutter ourselves that we buy and sell at lowest ttit. Our motto is l li - .i, $J 1 i . ' . ZarSalefdnd 'Small Profit!' We Invite especial attention") our cheap COAL OIL & LAMPS. Weassohave and are eeastssiUy receifinf Which we vril Market. .1 Dfclets ftwn Pike's Peak, and Salt Lak and'the Interior of K4iiiM;m fod in our store, a large assortment of 8 A' I A - - - . OUTFJirfjNG GOODS, c c:l w ' U V iH ,0 . . WM.chwe wilfieH ai'rjstMtoauit tie .' M'S i i y ;l '.TO " ' . . ,WAR TMESJ , There are two LASOS GTtOClRT M0STS1S 4n Atchison besides onw and we think- stranears caa bay here cheajier than at any city in this Tfclaicj. , GaUand see raa all, and on ly by of oor house we we aeUat1yor best advantage. 6m n!3 STEBBINS '& CO. Wholesale and Retail dealer ia DRY-GOODS, ROCKRIl, "BOOTS AND 8HOC8f HAW & CATS, On Broadway, opo. -ike : Amrioan Hotel, Mary trille, 2 Kansas. NEW GOODS! I hare lust received a Jef -fit freest Qtiods' cob- aiding of Dmgs, uGroeess,Iry-tGodsr'BoJfr mndawi, && .whkK-rili be sold- cleap' for ready pay. A.& LOVELY alXH dBJk k r is i ' isiaiaiaiaiaiaiaH ft AJfisaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaHrr ZKto iBed . sBBBBBBBB iaf mMsBsaMMRdm o fAe Marysvms, Jtmo 14, 1862. TO. Be it ordained hy the Mayor and Alder' ' men of the city of Marywille: T Section 1 That the regular aunual eleotion for Mayor, Aldermen and such other offlcera as Kn l.snvnvilinaaMim TWnnir1 n)i a1floi1 vj jv w"l," " w uw ,...,. by fbe people shall behad.oa ike first Monday of January in each year in the respective wards atsuch places as the mayor may direct. See. 2 The mayor shall give ten days notice of the time and place of holding any general election and five days aoticc ia case of 1 special election. , ' - 3 The election (whether general or special) shall be held in each ward by three judges of eleotion to be appointed by the mayor and al dermen. ' f Sec. -4 If upon opening the polls in either ward avacancy shall exlstin thejudges of elect ion, the electors present are hereby authorized to fill the vacancy from among those qualified to act. ( Sec 6. The Judges of any election 'Shall be fore openingt 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. 6. Before receiving any votes the jndgs 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 KsnsaB, and will faithfully perform the duties o their, Office according tola-?; 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 shull 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 least two days beore the day setor holding any election deliv er to one c the judges in each ward a ballot-box and blank poll books. Sec 9. The judges shall rccoive the ballot of each qnal. ified voter offering to vote and depoaite the same iu the ballot box which shull not be ojientd until the polls are closed and the clerks shall enter in the pell books iu a fair hui'd the names of every person voting and that of eaili person who lsrcjtital and opposite thereto, write the fact of such ny ctisn, and the ballot so rejected shall bedepos ited in a separate box with the name of the voter indsrs ed thereou. Sec. 10. the judges shull have the power to preserve or der at the polls aud to commstLd the officers in attend utfeeto arrest aud take before the mayor any person who shall by violent and turbulent conduc er in any other manner interfeTe with, hinder oi disturb the judges or clerKs in in the discharge of.their duties, or any voter ex ercising the privilege of voting, aud for any such offense the offender shall forfeit and pay a sum not leas than two nor more than thirty dollar. Sec. 11. At the close cf the election or polls the judges soall prooeed to call out'the ballots and ascertain the num berof votes given for each person voted for and shall con tinue the counting without intermission until all thebaf lots are counted, when they shall certify the aggregate num bcr of votes cast fur each person and their certificate shall be attested by the clerss. 1 he rejected ballots shall also be examined and certified to in the same manner as the others. Sec 12- The ballots as tbey are counted shall he strung by one of the judges on a string or wire and at the close of the count shall be replaced in the' ballot box which shall besafily locLed and not opened by the judges or withtLcir consent then after. Sec 13. At or before the hour of feur in the afternoon of the day following that of any election thejudges shall de liver the ballot-boxes and poll-bootis to the cityclerhat his office, and the ch rl. shall forthwith iu the presence of the mayor aud at least cue of the judges of the election in each (if ageneril elc tiou)or 6no judge of the election in ward the election was held (if a special election) to up the number of votes certified to In each poll-booh 0 a ortificato stating at lull length the name of voted for and the aggregate number of votes each and who arc elected, which certificate shall bo by the mayor and attdsted by the clcrL. 14. That the clerk shall on the next day 'after mat. the ti rtificate afores aid make out and deliver a certifi. cate under seal of the city, if tho city has such sea, signed byjhe major, to each person elected, setting forth the of. fice to which he is elected. Sec. 15. Any judge or clerk of election who shall corn Hence serving as such and fail to perform any of the'dn ties enjeined 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 fivo net, more than fifty dollars." fcee. 1G. If any judjre or clerk of election after enter ing upon tne dischirge or his dut os, shall by sickness 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 cleik', Jhen the judges shall fill the vacancy; in such case the 'person substituted shall mate oath as herinbefore required and the fact of such substitution, and the time it took place shaUbe noted on the poll boohs. Sec 17. The jodfleaor clerks of election shall not ex amine or suffer any oni els to examine the ballot of any voter handed in to be deposited in the ballot-box before placing the same therein, nor shall they permit any one but the voter handing in tiie same or one of the judpesto handle the ballot uor shall they allow any person than one of the jndges toiandlethe ballot-box under a penalty of not lees than five nor more than fifty dollars. , Sec 18. It shall be the duty of the city clerk to deliver a copy of this ordinance to at least cne of thejudgra of each ward of this city at least one day previous to any election. 8ec. 19. Whentwoor Sore persoHt'sbaU have anequal number ofotes foraiayor or any other elective officer in this city, the judges or the election shall certify ttosame totbftcrtyco-tocilwho shall certily the-giaeto the eitv coeacil .who shall be declared elected 1a the fcliowinir Sciier they shall caase twelve sBaraie'ialJots' or ri vL cf paper to Ibe. prepared, equal ia stee 'aa'd'slttflar hi an peaiaacetwith the same of each candidate Writtea unon an eqaaj tomber. aad neatly folded, with th,aae auon the inside: the sUpa ae prepared shall he pat iatT iW and well mixed, eleven f said slips aharftkeB be SraTa mt hy the city cl.rkaad -coasted 'as vote & the ner son having the highest nnmbcr.of ballots than drawnont shall be declared elected and .a certificate .of ejection shall be issued by the clerk to him in tbe.paaaer hareiaheJore provided. ' Sec. 30. All free white wale -over the ge of tweatV oae years who shall be arums of the lJaKehaie,orw& shall bar decaaredtheir inteathm to becoaae haxm aad who shall have resided ia this city three -mowtav aes precluding any lectioB, shall be en titled to. & cHv officers; and tch persona el.all'voteia the wards hiwhkL tbey r.aidc at t)ts time Sf.electioB. r Sec 2L Every peesou who shall vote or ofler to vote more' upon coavicrloH. be fined not lesathaaAv gsilm nor mora thau fifty dollars. 4"" Sec. 22. If anyrene. BctaWetlVotWBndorthla or- P Jhi? ?? Poa.eewifaiwa be fined not less than bveaor more ihmtttyjMUm. m Sec 23.. v--w ..- ordiaaace 5eaUJapiitiedta.- aikga.ttM WtefauT Dex- cec . ji aaypersoaatstrea to ceatatth. .i , yrrBonappeariDgbythc retarnstohave beenetectedto ART ORDUVAX C RELATING EiVECTIOSS, mmnj WliIMilejMIMNU S1BW1B WrtttBg tOtk Clt a i conncattfaJeetiaffafte.theelecti0jft theKron4tr vmi, rmmni snaii us ubo via place at "u.u uiejwiunear aaaeterauae aaia emieet. t , Sec. 25. . The person making said coattet akall wttbjn twenty-our fco'ura ater fibng'witalk city council a notice cf taidcomtest serve unon the person whose electioa he contests a- stsBilar nofce ctha grojiads yef coDwat,'wHh the time and place at whibtf ttfe cityeonaoil' wiH hear &Ll! (!r0minB tda , .u luv Wuit, Sec26.,Attsieiirae adt)lace fixed by the city council they shall hear and determine said contest as in their judgment shall appear just nnd lawul and the decision rendered by the council Biiaiiaii be final and conclusive. Sec. 27. The judges and clerkBo election shall each be entitled to one dollar or each day they snaii serve as such. Approved August 12, 1861. ' THOMAS W. WATEBSON, Mayor. I 4P H. Plteks, Clerk. ' ' lusiwss C aris. F..E. JACOBS HOUSE, ;SIGN.& All persons wishing woxk done in myluie will do well by calling one door east of the American Hotel, where I will guarantee satis faction. - , 6m n5 THOS. M. BOWEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MarysvIHe, IVIarsball Co., Kansafl, n4 PETji,H GIFT, BLACKSMITH, MARYSVILLE, Kansas. SHOPbrf TTalnnt streef, in EastMkryiHe. Porsous wishing work done in his line will find it to their advantage to give him a call. FRANK ISARD, Cabinet Maker & House Builder. He is prepared to take contracts for buildings of all kinds, and insures that his work will be done in a subtantial and wnrlcmnlfta manner Coffins made to order upon short notice. Fur niture ana every Kina or cabinet worx attend ed to promptly and at prices satisfactory to all. He holds himself in readiness at all times, on Broadway, oue door east of the Union office, Marysville, Kansas. 3mn7 ELI MOOKE, Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Mabysville, Kansas, Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build ings with neatness and dispatch. Plans and spec ifications furnished. I have on hand a large quantity of dry walnut lumber, and am pre pared to make all kinds of furniture at Mo river prices. Termj to suit the times. n6tf THOS- MCCOY BOOT & SHOE-MAKER. .jA Koow all men by these presents. that'I make Hoots and Shoos cf all BL sizes and of every description imazina- tgnble, for those who may be so kind as to give me a call, at No. 5S Broadwav, where I shall always be on hand. My material is the best that can be purchased for gold or Treasury rvotea. Come along and bung your feet, 1 can fit them: don't caie if they are as uneven as a tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner 1 lush. nJtt DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL, Tenders his professional service to the citizens of Marysville and surrounding country, Or ficeon Broadway, one doorsouthof A. E. Lov- elj's Store. P. S. Recorders office in the same place. n2 " HAWKINS & MAG ILL, ATTOBWEYS AT LAW, I&arysvIHe, Marshall Co., Kansas. Magill will attend all Courts in the County. Hawkins will positively attend the District Court each teim. II. C. H 1WKIXS. J. S. MAGILL. J. E- CLARDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Notary Public & General Col lecting & Laiid 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 caa be given. March, 1862. nltf J'. DjjBR'UJrBAUGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. MaiysVllU; Margjiall Co. abulias. XEtXXS TO Messrs. Humphrey, Terry, Co., and Derby Day, St. Louis. Headly & Carr; Bowman Co.; Grimes & Carter. Atchison, K. T. Baker & Cunbman: Fowler t Zaixnan Noah Walker srCo.: ( and Hon. JoamThompaonMaoB, Baltimore, Md. I Hon. aami. v. lecoaipie; m. u. Mainis rerry j- Lowe; and Ciaik, Oruber & Co., Bankers, Leavenworth, K. T. Lykins j- Boyd; Van Lear & Brittos, St. Joseph, Mo. CENTRALM NURSERY WehaTe at Centralis. Nemeha county, Eaaaas, aboat 40,000 ajiple trees, all grafted, and or all Tarieties taatkaTe beca cetted in the west. Ibojr harebeea rown kere oath ;,peator2Jrie. If any trees mill do well in Kaasaa these i-lLblJH -thepeopleijr hortliwestrn Kaa-witia trees prownfceri. tr.nriAiH.l!ntArtiio 1 TiTllf trans O .. . , w u iwwwi ir.vvW.wjmrB KrowtairomctsUt 4to5 eathighandstocty.cea-s, aadother traeinrro portion. ,y.wiilta)selii exchange for anything in onr jurajr,.!! fciu... .utioaceaaa stocs;. Give os a call traasplaatinir-coaes. Some rfcr ttir;Cl.1 Full theiataefiii0g-tV9BeiverF " - i une. 1865. BAKER &.SQUIBE. THE XJNI02T BOOK AND 40BMHITIW l'MA: r- . j .J ESTABLISHMENT. ,avvt-i .iy?t8v SsrSeI13 ." i.iA tf We are paepwed to txeetttt trtrj .4 scriptionof Jt.; '.X'JM wfe aito o lrithiT .arU1-. u.i CUC8AS Posters, Profrrtrnmet, Circulars, Chcks, Bm incss Cards, Blank Bills of Fare, c . Ill Bill Heads; Lettr Head, Hand Bills, Labels, Ball Tick els, &&, &c Togetiicr with every varitty 4 il Tz'H'l (Scanty ana &cuaS &unicnfe 1JbTi -j&f!a! tltjsM I TMX ; rery Best Possible Manner. . f . as ivewaw and at tht- LO W EST . , ,'tlUj a -ioA i r4ttirt TVKOi ' rw x Mat 1 1'u. vyhoi if 1 u -It "itio. t rt iVl V lit j. o b -p-ji-ri iSm .h . ii ' - . 'ivtifet . ':ix x NOi llr - - - BItOADWAT. ..J1 tirlft. ix iMARYSVlLLE, KAN8Ag& SHKKIFF'S 8AL1. rTr oW 8.'Codding use of Joh rwuier - 0 n JoaaA-TIcCWlan. t . Ttv TtTt'ueof an execn'tlow lismai' rt'of km ,2nd District Court in aad for Marshall connty, Kansas, I wW on Thursday, the 3rd dyof J. .17. A D. 1862, in froat.ftf'tbe Barrett Esase'im jATarvsTi'.rc'between the'- ionrsf ef-10 o'clock A-. iJjLani i o'clock PjM5of said day, offer for salt tOthenigawfcawucrISCSJW, aaa. aar ! aaddle, brldleand ' nlankeOed upon m tka property of John A. McClellia, to satisfy saii execution. Q. D. SWEAKUNtiJtW, OMCta. sirtsod laAjoeiwoia. ilaxyavillt, June 19th, 1862.