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AWiT WITH RIM.
'Coiorphobia diet bard, and it moist be
admitted that ita ultimate spasms ate a lit
tie laughable, as it stiffens into the rigidi
ty of a redueiio ad absurdum. Class ha
tred seems to find death itself sweet in
comparison with concession or even com
promise. The Cherokee Indian, taming
up his nose contemptuously between two
high cheek bones, "objects to the incorpo
ration of the freedmen into his tribe." The
State of Connecticut, still enamored of blue
legislation, thinks the Black good enough
fox battles, but not good enough for the
ballot box. The Rev. Gov. Brownlow is
for instantly kicking every emancipated
man, woman and child out of Tennessee.
So it seems that wherever these dark foot
balls may land they will be unpleasant to
somebody ; and as there are several mil
lions of them a good, solid, constituent
part of the national population, under a
positive necessity, while they live at all, of
living somewhere, it occurs to ub that the
readiest way of solving this impertinent
problem is to put all these intruders upon
the face of God's earth to the sword. Does
any chicken hearted humanitarian protest
that this expedient would be wanting to
some extent in benevolence ? Bah ! who
is talking of benevolence at all ? We are
considering something better bread and
butter, the peace of society, ancient and
respectable prejudices, the delicate feelings
of the Cherokee Indians and of the in
habitants of Connecticut, the sacred digni
ty of Caucasian demi-gods, the purity of
pews and theater-boxes and of railway car
riages, and of schools and colleges, the nice
nobility of the well born besause they are
white born, the traditional limitations of
fastidious democracy, the exquisite taste
of porter-houses and primary meetings,
the weak knees of nervous Republican s
the susceptibility of the whole tribe of the
Holier-than-Thou's ! None of these are
the men to find fault with our proposition
upon the score of cruelty. Why should
they be tender of lives which they are so
ready to make wretched? The Black is
either a man or a beast. If the former, he
has a right to live where he pleases, if the
: latter, he is mere vermin, and no more to
be tolerated upon the political than loath
some insects upon the physical body. We
have nothing but contempt for theories
which the holders shrink from reducing to
practice. We shoot wolves, we trap weas
els, we hunt foxes, we kill pole-cats, we
shoot crows, we wage war of extermination
upon rats and cockroaches, and who calls
our persistent and mortal hostilliiy cruel?
It is not against the existence but the neigh
borhood of these nuisances that we protest
practically and remorselessly. Now, though
the farmer in Maine may care nothing for
the wolves in Minnesota, and the house
holder in New York nothing for the roaches
in Philadelphia, it is evident that while
wolves and roaches remain, they must live
Bomewhere and trouble somebody. So it
is with these horrible Blacks I If Brown
low had a purse plethoric enough, and
power adequate to transport al those troub
lesome creatures somewhere, it is certain
that he could not carry them beyond the
ultimate reach of advancing White civili
zation. He merely temporizes. He mere
ly rids his day and generation of a trouble,
and bequeaths it to posterity. He merely
relieves one locality at the expense of an
other. Our plan is moreconsistentiy hu
mane. If we cut the throats of all the
Blacks, we sever at the same time thegor
dian knot. We put the animal out of his
misery, and we put ourselves out of our
misery, and all will be serene. We do
not pretend to be more pitiful than our
neighbors; but we believe the coup de
gwce to be better and kinder than pro
longed torture, "the happy dispatch" ten
derer than deliberate worrying. If this
-poor Black creature is to be hunted from
town to town, from county to county, and
from State to State, finding nowhere a res
ting place, nowhere compassion and succor,
nowhere a home, nowhere escape from in
genious and increasing enmity, the sooner
he is released from an existence so exe
crable the more fortunate will they be.
Even if it should turn out to be all a mis
take, he can hardly be worse off in the
worst condition of the future life than he
has been in this. With no feeling bat
that of pity, and moved by the sincerest
commiseration, we submit our plan to the
notice of the kiad-hearted and charitable,
and reccommend a public meeting at Cooper
Institute to inaugurate the movement.
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m arysvuie .Advertisements,
SAMUELS & WEISBACH,
Having formed a Copartnership and united
our extensive Stock, we have opened business
in the Store lately occupied by Major Samuels
and are ready to fill all orders at the lowest
Major Samuels is going East to purchase our
Fall and Winter Stock and we intend to sell1 all
goods on hand at very low figures.
WE MUST SELL
to raise money and make room for the new
stock ; therefore everybody should give us a
call and examine our stock aud prices, before
purchasing elsewhere, and they will find it to
We keep on iand a complete stock of
FTornish ing G-oods
and Farming Implements.
We buy, and pay the highest market price
in Cash, for
GRAIN AND FEED, COUNTRY PRO
DUCE, HIDES, FURS, $c, J.
Particular attention will be paid to the
To whom we offer extra inducements.
Remember the old stand of Major Samuels.
Marysville, Kansas, Sept., 30th 1865
SAMUELS & WEISBACH.
PIERCE 4a MOORE,
Have just brought on a large stock of first class
Just suited to the wants
of the settlers of this
Their Stock consists of
PARLOR, KITCHEN & ROCK
ING CHAIRS, BUREAUS,
& PARLOR TABLES
Safes, Cupboards, &c, &c.
We have everything needed to furnish your
Prices as low as at the River.
Terms Casta or their equivalent in
Produce. Rooms at the Storehouse formerly
occupied Dy j. vriesoacn.
CALL, AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
Sept. 30th, 1865. F. J. PIERCE.
3B-31y E. MOORE.
W.H.WATSON. J.W.RINEHART. WJI. FAIRCIIILD'
WHOLESALE DEALERS Iff
Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods, Boots,
"T' Caps '- " -
No's. 12 and 14 Delaware Street,
Leavenworth, ..... Kansas.
fr t- l&ffi- $lut Wi iuira
BOOK AND JOB PRNITIHG
No, 113 -'- '-f; - 'Broadway;
We are prepared to execute
every description of
$ook anb o f) rinthtg
i i Circulars, Chcks, Bus
, -Jness Cards, Blank-
Bills of Fare, efce.
Bill Heads, Letter
Heads, Hand Bills f -
i .., x
Labels, Ball Tick-
and at the
LOW 5T P'Rl C S,
ets, &c, &c.
Together with every variety of
Suncu ana7 ofezca' Ezcnttng!
Very Best Possible Manner,
B TL'ZOrJL D W .A Y,
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ARMY COLLECTION AGENCY.
T, JO. 0JBMMEA
(Formerly Clerk in the.Pension Office.)
Office on Shawnee Street, next to Conservative
Office, 2d door from Main Street,
Prompt attention given to Adjustment of Discharged
Soldiers' Claims for Bounty, Travel Pay, and for horses
killed in battle: alo, the securing of Certificates for pay
of Officers mustered out resigned and dismissed the service.
"Will collect in the shortest possible time, Pensions and
Bounties, for the heirs of those dj ingor killed in the army.
Address, enclosing postage
T. M. O'BRIEN,
War Claim Agent,
3-33-ly Lea en worth, Kan.
J.G.AYEY. J C. FRENCH.
AYEY fc FRENCH,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS' IN
Fine Cigars and Smoking Tobacco.
No. 21 Shawnee Street,
Leavemvortli- - - - Kansas.
E. N. 0. CLOUGH,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Commissioner for the Court of Claims,
GENERAL AGENT FOR COLLECTION OF M1L1TAJIY
And Real Estate Agent.
Taxe3 Paid, Titles Examined, Real Estate
bought and sold, and Money Col
lected and i emitted with
promptness and on
Office ; S. W. Corner Shawnee j Main Streets,
TFM. n. HAYS.
J. B. LUDLUM.
(Successors to E. Tama,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China, Glass and Queensware,
Sliver Plated and Brit-
Table Cutlery, LooMng Glasses, Etc,
73 Delaware Street,
LEA VENWORTH, KANSAS.
C. J. SMITH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
IRON AND WAGON MATERIAL, $?. e.
Commercial St., Opposite P. 0.,
BOOT & SHOE-MAKER.
yk Know all men bv these presents,
HT that I make Boots and Shoes of all
sizes and of every description imagina
Vble. forthosewho mav be so kind as to
give me a call, at No. 53 Broadway, -where I
shall always oe on nana, my material is me
best that cn be purchased iorgota or Treasury
NntM. f!nmi nloncr and brinir vour feet. I can
fit them; don't care if they are as uneven as a
tomato, or so ugly as to make their owser Plush,
Charges as moderate as the times will admit
IV. It. T will also renair harness as neatlv
as possible and at very low figures. My motto
is to went cneap ior casu.
Druggist and Apothecary ;
Stone Building, south side of Broadway,
MARYS VILL , KANSAS.
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paint, Oils, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
DBS. BIME & MOTttv
HAVE- established ft Western V- .
Medicine and Surgery, EftrSft f
cer Infirmarv. No. 41. iiJz.S-
enworth, for the purpose of treatine aliUtl
diseases, such as CilMcers, 8ir&.8
sia, Female Weaknesses, cS5T
An experience of over quarter of .',,'
both in hospital and private pratice JS7'
them, on examination of any Pe Tf l X
case to which human flesh is heir, to det2m;
whether it is curable. If so, taebt"19
will certainly perform the cure inThe a&l
time. Thet 1ifauustt a cum in IJZt esl
that they undertake. Special attention'
to surgery. Consultation free. ChartJ?.
rate. Certificates of cures already efow
from patients in all parts of the wesi 'and ,S
rences given on application. Letters mbS!"
stamps promptly answered. Terms cash
a. a. AiuKuy, M d
Principal of Institute.
Cancer Cured. Gratitnd t. r.
and believing it to be a benefit to the publil
more especially to those similarly effected, con
pels me to make the following statement of mv
case. I had been afflicts! ;i. r '
cerof the left eye for two years. Had been
treated by several eminent physicians, but all
to no avail. I was despaired of by my friends
and given up to die, as several physicians pro
nounced my case incurable. Having heard of
the remarkable success of that eminent physi
cian and surgeon, Dr. Morey, of thia city ia
treating all chronic diseases, I applied to him
five weeKsago. He removed the Cjuce: I
am now entirely well. Dr. M. has inserted an
artificial eye for me, which one in ten cannot
distinguish from the natural eye. While under
Dr Morey's treatment, I saw several afflicted
with all species of diseases, who were cured
I sincerely advise fill those afflicted in apy war
no matter how hopeless your case may be to
apply io Dr. Morey at once, for I do beliete that
if your sase is curable, he will, by the blessing
of God, cure you. A. Thormjikgu.
Peoria City, Pranklin County, Kansas.
Bund Restored to Sight. Gratitude to Dr.
A. Morey, of the Western Institute of .Medicins
and Suigery, No 41 Shawnee street, Leixen
worth, obliges me to make known 'o all the af
flicted the extraordinary cure which has ken
effected in my case. I had been afflicted with
sote eye3 for a year, most of the time blind anj
unable to do any work ; was treated by ECTeral
physicians both in and out of the army, but all
o: no avail. Having heaid of the great curts
Dr. Morey was performing, and the remarka
ble success which was attending his treatment
of all diseases, I resolved to give him a trial, bat
with slim hopes. My eyes began to iuiprot
from the first application he made, and in one
week I could see to read, and in four, I hid re
covered my eyesight so that I could atMinwork
and see a3 well as ever. I urge upon all wh
may be afflicted with sore eyes or any other
disease to consult Dr. Moiey ,for I really belieu
that he can cure every.case that is curable.
While under the Doctors treatment, I saw ger-
al cases ol cancer, sore eyes deafness, and em
kind of disease, which he had cured.
Seneca St., bet. 7th & 8lh, Leavenworth.
(From the Leavenworth Times.)
gg?On Sundiy last Dr Morey, of this city,
performed one of the most successful aud scien
tific surgical operations ever performed in the
West. The operations consisted in reniCTing a
cancer from the upper and lower lips of Mr.E.
Styles, in which those two organs were entieiy
removed, togetner wan a portion oi me ngu
cheek. It was a most difficult task; bat Dr.
M., as he Ijas done in several similar operations
here performed it in the most BcientiEc manner
Dr. Morey, although a very yonug nnn hu
already secured for himself a reputation as a
Surgeon and Occulist second to none in thewe.t.
It is by such scientifie operations as the it
above, that he has elevated himself to a higa
rank in the medical faeulty , and madehUn3S
familiar to every one in Missouri, Illinois snJ
Kan. The Doctor's institute is at So. 41 Shi
nee street, which is thronged all the time vita
the lame, blind, deaf and halt, from allsecticci
of lha country and all whom he is curing.
G. H. LUDOLPH,
SOGHiNS & HEATING
Tinners' Stock, Hollow Ware, Tin, Sheet-In
TI1Y, SHEET IRO.T ani
MS- General Jobbing done at the shortest notice.-flr
54 Shawnee Street, Leavenrcorth, Kansat.
WILSON, BRACE & Co.
NO 27, CORNER OF DEL. & SECOND H
n nordware. Iron. 5eC
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