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N pcultural abm. ESEEDS OF CATTLE. Homed cattle are kept chiefly for their milk, their labor, and for the pro duction of beef. They also cousume and thus make useful many products o the farm which would otherwise be lost, and furnish manure for the en richment of the soil. They are divided into certain races, breeds or families, distinguished by dif ferent qualities or characteristics which have been produced or developed by varieties of climate and soH, and by the manner in which they have been re quired to live by man. There are five distinct races or breeds in this country, known as Ayrshires, Jerseys, Shorthorns, Dcvons and Here fords, ludividuals of other breeds have been imported from time to time, but their number has been so small that .they have had little eiTcct on .the stock of the country. Ko one of these breeds unite, in a very high degree, all desirable qualities. Some arc best fitted for giving milk, others for beef or labor. Cattle should therefore be selected with regard to the specific object for which tuey are want ed, and that object should be had in their keeping. The Ayrshires take their name from ihe county of Ayr, in Scotland, where they originated seventy or eighty years ago. Ihey arc kept chielly tor dairy purposes, for which they are admirably adapted, on account of the large quantity of milk they give in proportion to their size and the amount of food consumed. Their milk is of good quality, though not, usually, so rich in butter qualities as that of the Jerseys or the Dcvons.. They are well adapted both for beef and for labor, though in these qualities they arc probably sur passed by the Dcvons or the Herefords. The Jerseys arc celebrated for the richness of their milk, and the excellence of buttermade from it. They come from the islands of Jersey and Guern sey in the British Channel, where they have been highly prized for dairy qual ities for many years. They are ill -adapted forlabor, and their beef pro ducing qualities do not compare very favorably with those of some other breeds, although they ajc easily fasten ed, and their flesh is of good quality. Improved Short-horns are large in size, and, in a rich and "fertile section of country, are well adapted for the production of beef, as they come to maturity at an earlier age than any jother family of neat cattle and attain a greater weight: They first became known in the lux uriant valley of the river Tecs, England, and first really celebrated in the neigh borhood of Durham. Hence they were for many years -called Durhams or Tees-waters.- J-Tficy- have' been extensively introduced into this country, and have Jr.nl a great influence upon our stock. The North Dcvons are remarkable for great uniformity of color and size, and arc kept chiefly for beef and as working cattle ; they come from Dev onshire, in the Southern part of Eng land ; they arc small, hardy and easily iuhrnt themselves to short pastures ; their milk is rich in quality, but deficient an quantity. Herefords, so called from the county of Hereford in England, where they originated have nearly the-same quality as the North Dcvons, but their size is con:dcraly larger. Thcv arc kept .mainly for their beef, which is of of peculiar excellence v g 7 Jicvicic. To Gnovr Good Cabbages. You cannot raise good cabbages on the same ground two or more successive seasons. If you try it, the heads will grow all sorts of wavs some long lecgcd and some short legged, some stump footed and all of them lousy, and so on through all the catalogue of cabbage infirmities and dispositions. Make your cabbage garden where you have plowed in turf, and had it thoroughly rotted. Some people sprinkle on a lit tle salt. Cabbages, it is well known, aac tender, succulent plants, and there fore seem to be a prey to a great num hcr of different enemies. The cut worm, the army woim, the aphis, and a lot more of insect marauders, are always in search after them, end will generally multiply more or less - in spite of you, and leave their eggs or their chrysalis on the ground, ready to pounce upon the young plants of the next crop of the kind, if planted , there. Hence one -cause of the failure of successive crops. These facts make it advisable to move your cabbage patch every Spring. gggThe most successful farmer, gays" the. V. E. Fjarmcr, is not the man wh'o cultivates the greatest number of acros, but he -"who applies the most of ;thougfc toxiiia .bisinessr The f armor who plods w.earilyon in the track of his predecessors, unmindful of the improve ments, und disreg'ardful of the capabil ity of agriculture, is certain to be left behind. HOUSES IN THE FUTURE. There Is a- certainty of -advanced prices in horses, from the demand which is sure to follow the close of the war. Here is what the Secretary of the Ver mont State Agricultural Society says on the subject in his annual report: " The number of horses in Vermont before the breaking out of the rebellion was about 55,000, since which, nearly 10,000 have been carded from the State for army purposes. This im mense levy for horses has been made throughout the entire country. When it is considered that comparatively few of these horses will find their way back; that the numbers which will die of dis ease' or become unfit for service is twenty times as grout- as it would be if they were used for any other business ; that so meet this great want of the gov ernment a large proportion of the busi ness horses of our large cities, which have been tkiown out of service by general prostration, have been bought up, it readity appears that even during the war horses must advance in price ; and at its close, when business shall revive and trade resume its former chan nels, the demand for good horses must exceed the supply. .Reasoning from these premises, no more profitable labor can be engaged in that the production of rood business horses." JKs Tobacco ointment is an excel lent article, and should be kept in every family. Simmer a pound of tobacco and a pound of raisins in two pounds of hog's lard, till you are satisfied the strength is extracted from the former, strain it through a fine cloth, and bottle or box it up for use. This ointment is just the thing for sore throat, inflama tion of the bowels, croup and a "stop ped up" nose ; and it has e'en been known to cure " scald head." It is easily and cheaply made, and tobacco cannot be put to a better use. "When magnitized, it sells for two bits an ounce; but you can make it yourself and save your money. ILLUaTllATED The Best ZSXeclaamcal PAPER IN THS WORLD! Seventeenth Year. T'OXiTTME AT. 2CEW SERIES. ANEW VOLUME OF THIS WIDELY circulated paper commences on the 1st ot January. It is published weekly, and every number contains sixteen pages of useful infor mation, and from five to ten original engraungs of new inventions and discoveries, all of which arc prepared expressly for its columns. TO THE MECHANIC AND MANUFACTURER. 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HALJ MOFFATT'S MEDICINES, ' For Sale by HALL. BLAXK MORTGAGES - - ' FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE, AYNE'S MEDICINES For Sale by HALL. cgal SUtocrtiscmcnts. Administrator's Notice Da Bonis won. NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN THAT AT the April Term of the Davis County Pro bate Court, the undersigned was appointed Administrator de bonis non of the estate of Cornelius Ward, deceased, late of Davis county, Kansas. Tin then is o notify all persons indebted tp said estate, that payment must be made without delay, and those having cinims n gains I said estate must present the same, legally authenticated, for adjustment vrithin three years from the 3d day of March, 18GO, the date of grauting of the original letters of Administration on said estate,. All claims against said estate, if not presented as af re said, will be forever debarred. S. M. STRICKLER, Administrator de bonis non of the estate of Cor nelius Ward, deceased. Aclmlulstrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that tha undersigned was appointed by Geonje W. Freeman, Probate Judge within and for Dickinson county, Kansas, Adnuuistrntoi of the estate of William Dmwid- die, deceased ; letters dated April 8th, A. D. 1SG2. All persons indebted to the said estate arc requested to make immediate settlement of tbe same ; and all persons having demands against said estate are required to exhibit the same to the Administrator, to be allowed, wjith- m one year Irom the date of these letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate, and if such claims are not exhibited within three -years from the date of these let ters they will be forever debarred. ROBERT S. MILLER. Administrator of the estate of William Din- widdie, deceased. (u27-3t. Kutlcc of Appraisement. State of Kanstvs, ? Join W. Akeroyd and County of Davis. S Robert Wilson: You are hereby notified that on Monday, the 19th day of May, A. D. 1SG2, at 10 o'clock, A. M, I will piocced to levy upon and appraise the fol lowing described tenements and personal property, to wit: One black walnut house used as a bar room, situated on the east end of lot No. eight (S), in block No. twenty-seven (27), in Junction City, Kansas, the lot belong' ing to Streeter & Strickler ; one bar counter, one soda fountain and fixtures, ten decanters, one glass jar, one looking gl..ss, nc lot of bot tles, one chess board and men, one soup tureen, one tumbler stand, one demijohn, one ice breaker, one dog chain, one, table, one lot of uarreis ant- m-gF, one nan uczcu cnairs, one pair of scales and weights, oae sugar bowl, one coffee urn, one lamp and chimney, two oil lamps, one stew pan and stand, seven plates, two stoves and pipe, one lot of window glass, one l.imp and chimney, one mattress, one bil liard table and balls, one lot of wall paper and one trunk : said property will be levied upon by virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the 3d District Court, sitting in Davis county, in "favor of William Patterson, and against John W. Akeroyd and Robert Wilson. II. T. GEEKY. Sheriff. u27-3t By A. W. Callen Under Sheriff. A'otice ci" Appraisement. State of Kansas, ") John W. Akeroyd : County of Davis. J You are hereby uotified that on Friday, the lGth day of My, A. D. 1SG2, at 2 o'clock, P. 31., I will levy upon and appraise the following real estate and appurte nances belonging thereunto, to-wit: Lot No ten (10) 'n block No. twenty-two. and lot No seven (7) in block twenty-seven ('21). together with the tenements and appurtenances thereon situated, in Junction City, D.ivis county, Kan s.is ; said real estate with tenements and np. purtcnanccs belonging thereto, will be levied. upon by virtue of au Order of Sale issued by the Clerk ot the Third Distiict Court, silting in said county, in favor of William II. Mackcy, and against John W. Akeroyd. -.-- 11. T.'GEERY, Sheriff. i.27.-3t.) By A. W. Callex, Under Sheriff. Kolicc tif Ajiju-aiscnicnt. State of Kansas, ! Edward P. Burgess: County of D.ivis. J You arc hereby notified that on Saturday, the 17th day of May, A. D 18G2, at 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, I will levy upon ami appraise the folio wiug real es tate, to-wit : The north half of the north east qu'iricr asd the south half of the southeast quarter, and lots four, five, six, seven and ten, in section No. thirty, and lots two and three in sectjon thirty-one, township twelve, south of range live, east ot the sixth principal meridian, and loc No. eleven in section twenty five town ship twelve, south of range four, east of tha sixth principal meridian, in tlje State of Kan sas, Said real estate will be levied upon as the property of Edward P. Durgess, by virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Clerk of the Third District Court, sitting in said county, in faror of James Armstrong, and "gainst Edward P. Rurgcss. H. T. GEEKY, Sheriff. u27-3r) Ry A. W. Callex, Under Sheriff. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersign'' cd was appointed by John L. Ross, Probate Judge of Davis County, Kansas, Administrator of the estate of Abel D. Miller, deceased, dat ed Apiil 2Cdf A. D. 1802. All perrons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate settlement of the same; and all persons having claiui3 against said estate arc. required to exhibit them to the Administrator, to be allowed, within one year after the date of these letters or they may be precluded from any benefit cf said estate, and if such claims are not presented within three years from the date of these letters they will be forever de barred. R. D. MORLEY, Administrator of the estate of Atel D. Miller, deceased. n27-3t. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersign ed was appointed b John E.Ross.Probate Judge ot Davis co, Kansas, Administrator of the estate of William II. Wooster, deceased, dated April 24th, A. D. 18G2. All persons indebted to the aid estate are requested to make immed iate settlement of the 'same ; and all persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to the Administrator to be allowed, within one year after the 'date of the letters or they may be precluded from the ben efits of said estate, and if such claims are not exhibited within three years from the date of these letters they will be forever debarred R, D. llOBLEY, Administrator., of the Estate of William II. Wooster, deceased. n27-3t, WANTED, H IDES AND TALLOW, FOR WHICH we will pay the highest market,pric STREETER & STRlCKLHB, WANTED, 1000 FOUNDS OF BUTTER and 500 Dozen Eegs," if delivered soon. 1 he Rutter most be put up in nice style, sad all theailk worked oat. STREETER & STRICKLER. FINE ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL Lamps at the CITY DRUG STORE. I THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION A Weekly Family Newsnnpcr, detoted to the BEST INTERESTS OF WESTERN KANSAS. The Publisher of the UNION, being desirous of extending its circulation throughout the western portion of the State, calls upon all friends of a GOOD SOUND UNION PAPER In Davis. Dickinson, Sulinn, Ottumwa, Morris, Clay, Riley, Fotlawattomiejind Wabaunsee to assist them in so doing. The establishment of a newspaper, in'times like these, in a new country, is, of course, at tended with many embarrassment, and were we not assured that the wants of the people and the material interests of this fair portion of our State actually required a medium through which to make known the many advantages we possess over ether sections, and to attract hith er the many thousand people who arc constant ly seeking homes in the great west, wc should have -relinquished the enterprise long since. Our aim wiH be to make "TBDE "LENTOiSr55 A FIRST CLASS FAMILY JOURNAL IS EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. In order that it may the more generally rep resent the interests of-the west, and reflect the opinions of ovr people, we are soliciting com munications from the various localities in this section, on all matters of a local and general nature. Our terms of subscription are as low as we can possibly make them and live by it. -In payment for tho paper we arc willing to receive nearly all kinds of farm produce, though a lit' tic cash is indispensable for printing paper, ink, and paying printers. The Publishers of the UNION, having at con siderable expense fitted up a first class JOB PRINTING OFFICE would call special attention thereto. Every thing in the line of Job Work executed with NEATNESS and DISPATCH, and in the latest style of the art. We have not got the best office west of .Leavenworth, but we are supplied with all the material necessary for executing all the varieties of woik needed in this stccion. MORTGAGES and DEEDS, of the latest styles, JUSTICES BLANKS, of every pattern. HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, LETTER HEADS, CARDS. In fact we arc preparcd'to do EVEHY KIND OF JOB WORK. at the loicest jricc MET ZJ OFFICE on Jefferson street, 2d door north of Seventh. Blakely & Martin, Fulcra. Attachment Notice. William S. Rlakely In the District Court Plaintiff, j of the Third Judicial ts V District in the State of George W. Kingsbury, j Kansas, within and for Defendant. - the county of DaviB- GEORGE W. KINGSBURY, the defek dantofthe above entitled cause, whose residence is unknown, will take notice that William S. Rlakely, of the county of Davis, State of Kansas, did on the 24th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1862, file his trans cript of the docket of Daniel Mitchell, a Justice of the Peace within and for the said county of Davis, State of Kansas, in the District Court of the third Judicial District, within and for the county of Davis,in said State of Kansas, again fs the said George W. Kingsbury, defendant, to recover the sum of $51.50, now due and paya ble from the said defendant. And tbe said George W. Kingsbury will further take notice that an order of attachment has been issued by the Clerk of said court, against the lands and tenements, goods, chattels, stocks.and interests in stocks, rights, credits, moneys, and effects of him, the aaid George W- Kingsbury, the defendant, as fbresaidcd tiat he is required to appear and answer s'aid petition en or before the twenty-sixth T26) day of 3Iay next WILLIAM S.ULAKELY, Pl'ff. By W. Oduk, Attorney. n236w. 25,090 BUSHELS, corn' wanted. BY US IN PAYMENT OF NOTES AND Accounts. It mast be good and sound. STREETER & STRICELER. Iff. K. SMITH, Dealer in Of AR Description, From Infants' Two bit Reanos all the way np to GENTS' PREMIUM PATENT LEATHER SEWED BOOTS! also: all kibos or family Groceries, THE SWEETEST SUGAR 'ASD THE SOUREST VINEGAR! SUGAR AT TEN CENTS, TEA AT FIFTY CENTS. Leather and Findings sjj if ays ojt uaj n : Tcpeka, Kansas. CASH PAID FOR HID S ! 1 0,0 O O .f G EJmTS WAATEM ! A CHANCE rOU ALL WHO WISII TO TS.r ifV? C VVK 21 !- A NY PERSON SEN'DIMO 25 CENTS WILL fV receive, post paid, dne of the following recipes : To make WESTERN CIDER, UNION STICK STIGI1T. ARTIFICIAL HONEY. LEA THER POLLISII, SECRET ART OF CATCH ING FISH.; ci for $1.00 I will send all five, together with SEVKKTY-ONE other recipes, arts, am discoveries, with circular containing terms to Agents, d A dress J. W. LOGAN, Rox 12, Dunlapsville, Or, , Union county, Ind. Box 31, Junction City, Djvis County, Kansas. OOD & MAO KEY, BLACK AND WHITE SMITHS Junction City, Kansas. HAVING CAR HIED OK THE RUSINESS for several yeais in ROSTON, and Laviug had many yoars' experience in Carriage raan ufacturies nnd shoeing shop3 and also a large experience on breaking plows, would announce to the surrounding country that lie is now fully prepared to do all kinds of work, such at HORSE-SHOEING. IRONING WAGONS BUGGIES AND SIIA1S, FORGING OF MACHINERY. EITHER BY DKAOGI1C OK PAT TKRN. FOR CORN, FLOURING, OR SAWMILLS, on the shortest possible notice. All vrork warranted, and done on the mas' reasonable terms. 1'ioduce taken as payment. Gunsmithng. In view of the uncertainty of horscr-flesh. and alto of the f.ict that Injuns and Seces Monists abound in our midst, it -wtnild be useless for ue to urge- upon the settlers the importance of having their old shot-guns and muskets, xc made ""bran new. 1 therclort announce that particular attention will be paid to the repairing ufnll manner of FIRE-ARMS LOCKS of all kinds lcpaired, and KEYS fitted. Attachment Notice. Wtlliam A. CIcvingcr, 1 Refore V3. - Wm. Downing, Milton Thrailkill J Justice of the Peace, in and for Morris County, State of Kansas. 'J ho said Defendant, Milton Thrailkill, of parts unknown, will take notice that the said Justice of the Peace issued an order of attach ment iu the above action on the 26th day of February, A. D. J8U2, against the goods, chat tel, monies, credits ami ettects ot the said Defendant, for the sum of eighteen dollars, and that the trial of said action is set for tbe 30th day of May, A. D- 18G2, at 2 o'clock, r m. of said day, ak which time you arc notified to appear Wuiiam A. Clktinger, Deft n24.4t KOTICC I, William Skelly, having on the 12th day of October, A. D. loot, pre-empted Lot o, 6 and 7, and south east quarter of southaeast quarter of section It. range 7, east of the Gth principal meridian iu Kansas, as will be shown by the records in the offices of the Register and Receiver, and having received tbe Regis ter's certificate of location, No. 2, and having sold, alienated and disposed of my interest in nnd to the above described land, and having lost said certificate ot location, notice is here by given that aften the publication hereof for six consecutive weeks in the Smoky Hill and Republican Union, I will make application at the Register's office, in Junction City, Kansas, for the Patent issued in my name, for the above described land. WILLIAM SKELLEY. LEWIS KURTZ, MANHATTAN, KANSAS. ' DEALER IK Groceries. Provisions, Clothing, Dry Goods, llats'and Caps, Boots and Shoes, t gether with everything usnali Ir kept in a first class Country Store. WILL recive every description of Country Produce in exchange for goods, such, as wheat, corn, oats, pork, tallow, hides, potatoes, turnips, onions, in fact nearly eyery thing that a farmer raises. " " je, Missouri money taken at par pre rented soon. nltf ' Woodbridge Odlin, ' JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS, -)RACTICS IN ALL THE COURTS OF J the State. Taxes paid for nonresidents titles examined, and locations of desirable tracts of land in Central or WeaUtn Kansas promptly, attended to. at reasonable rates. KSh Collections maue in. any part of" the WATED-T0 ELL DAVIS, DICKINSON Riley and Pottawattamie County Scrip. STREETER & STRICKLER. HO! HO!! FOR THEWEST ! GREAT INDUCEMENTS! mimi s TO ALL WHO WISH TO SECCKE FOB TUEilSELTBS A HOME! fFHE PROPRIETOR OF Abilene, anticipating a brge emigration to Western Kansas during the present year, and tho location of the COTJjSTTY sejt of Dickinson Ccunty at that place, offer tho ilIo.Ht Liberal Inducements to all who wish to locate there. To those who will make improvements within twelve months ho will donate from two to five lots, according to the amount of improvement Superior induce ments offered to Mechanics. lie will also mako LIBERAL DONATIONS for CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, and,Public Improvements. V. Abilene is beautifully situated on a small stream of clear running water, one mile north of the Smoky Hili Hirer, near the gcograpical centre of Dickinson county, and on the great thoroughfare from the Missouri River to the Gold Regions, New Mexico, and California, it is tbe only towu between Junction City and Salina, and is located midway being twenty five miles from each." The country around Abilene is the most feftile and beautiful that can be found in the State its character being an intermixture of timber and prairie, pecu liar adapted to agricultural purposes. Tho fertility of the soil, the excellence of tho water, the healthfulness of the location, and the abun dance of timbr and building stone, arc induce ments of no ordinary character; while in addition, the rich mineral resources of this portion of the State, ihe Salt Springs, and extensive Coal Fields west of us on the Smoky Hill, insuring the early completion of a Rail Road from the Missouri River, makes it one of the bcht natural business points in the State. The town was laid out six months ago, since which -time over one bundled lots have been sold, and it now contains a store. bUcksniith shop hotel. Post Office, and several families. Those wishing further information are re ferred, by permission, to the following gentle men, at Junction City, Kansas : Hon. R. McBratuey. Register U.S. Land Office Henry T. Geery, J sq , S. M. Strickler, Post Master. CIIAS. 11. THOMPSON, Proprietor. Abilene, Dickinson Co , Kausas, Feb 1,1862, Curl Your Hair ! . 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NEW ERA IN BUSINESS ! p. w. eixEs, Tojfeka, Kansas; TILL DO ALL THINGS IK TITE LINE GENERAL I AND AGENT, COL ' LEC1ING AGENT; OR HfSTJBAHCE BROKER, iv aranteeiog HONE TY aad FAIRBEAMNG with his Patrons NINE TIMES OUTLOP THV What wUl you have ? l'(t Dr. Koentz, Office ib Vienna Township, where ne may be consulted at all time. Calls in tbe line tof his profession will "bo thankfully or- ceived and'prompt'.y attended to.