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MEETING OP THE STATE AGRI
We take the following from the pro
ceedings of the last meeting of the
Farmer's Club of the State Agricutural
The meeting was culled to order by
Hon. L. D. Bailey, President, and F.
G. Adams acted as Secretary.
The President briefly reviewed the
proceedings of the meetings that had
been held during the winter, and con
gratulated the Society upon the sub
stantial and gratifying results achieved.
At the commencement of the meetings
the Society had but a single Life Mcm
per. Now it numbers upon its roll
upwards of one hundred life members,
embracing a large share of the intelli
gent, enterprising and public-spirited
men of the State. It has received an
appropriation of 1,000 from the State
Treasury in furtherance of its objects,
and had elicited facts which he deemed
of the greatest importance in developing
the resources and promoting the pros
perity of the State. They have shown
conclusively in his judgment that Kansas
to-day presents greater attractions to
men of small means but willing hands,
who are seeking for homes in the Far
West, where they can rear and educate
their children to a life of honest indus
try and independence, than any other
State in the Union. It had been shown
that the soil and climate of Kansas was
admirably adapted to the growth of the
great staples, hemp, tobacco, flax and
wine, while cotton, if not permanently
profitable, can be raised with immense
profit so long as the present high price
shall continue, lie thought that here,
where millions of acres of land were for
sale, at from one to three dollars per
acre, much of it more or less improved,
when it is shown that one farmer ( Mr.
Pewett, of Anderson county) has actu
ally raised $400 woith of tobacco on
one acre of such land, without manure
of any kind, during the past year.
While another (Mr. Lattin, of Leaven
worth )had, on less than an acre, raised
$400 worth of grapes. And still an
other, (Mr. Farnsworth, of Topeka)
has realized a net profit of 33 per acre
upon twenty acres of hemp. They had
good reasons to be satisfied with the
results, and trusted he might be privi
liged to attend another series of meet
ings next winter, with results equally
satisfactory. But there was one branch
of the farmer's business more important
than all else at the present time, and
that was stock raising in its various
branches, and if the attention bestowed
upon other topics should tend in any
considerable degree to withdraw the at
tention of farmers from the paramount
importance of their flocks and herds, he
feared they would not have done the
State much service. He proposed,
therefore, that the evening be devoted
chiefly to the consideration of stock
husbandry, regretting that Gen. Colla
morc, who had been invited by a vote of
the Society to address them on the sub
ject of wool growing, had been unable
by reason of sickness in his family to be
present. By way of opening the dis
cussion, the President stated that he had
had a conversation with lion. W. Spriggs
State Treasurer, who was largely en
gaged in farming in Anderson Co., and
Mr. Spriggs had furnished an estimate
of the profit from raising 100 steer
calves, till they were fat for market, as
follows ; viz :
100 steer calves, bought in the fall
before feeding time, at 3
per head, $300.00
Cost of keeping 1st vear,
$2 per head, $200.00
Cost of keeping 2nd vear,
2.50 per head, 250.00
Cost of keeping 3d year.
2.50 per head, ' 250.00
Whole cost in fall, after 3
years old, ' 1000.00
Worth 25 per head 2,500.00
The President said he presented the
estimate for discussion and criticism, at
the hands of the practical farmers pres
ent. The President then presented an esti -mate
on what the progeny of one cow
would amount to in ten years, supposing
her to have a heifer calf each year, and
that each heifer would commence bear
ing at two years of age. The number
amounted to 144 at the end of 10 years
and at the end of twenty years to 20,
736 twenty thousand seven hun
dred and thirty-six). He thought
no person need hesitate about going
into the stock business for want of cap
ital. Start with one cow, and get more
as fast as possible. He stated on the
authority of Treasurer Sprigg, that Mr.
John Joucher, of Mt. Gilead, Ander
son county, came into Kansas in the
spring of 1857, and brought one cow,
and had last fall on his farm thirty-six
head of cattle from that one cow.
For Sale by
Carney & Stevens,
Comer Levee and Chtrohee Strecit,
Have in store the following stock of
Fresh Staple and Fancy
To which ive invite the special attention of
3000 SACKS OF FLOUR;
200 IIIID3 O. MOLASSES $
500 BARRELS LOAF, CRUSHED
AND POWDERED SUGAR;
100 BARRELS CLARIFIED SUGAR;
100 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR ;
200 BARRELS S. II. AND T. O. MOLASSES;
100 BBLS. PLANTATION MOLASSES;
500 Bags Rio Coffee ;
100 MATS JAVA COFFEE ;
1000 KEGS ASSORTED NAILS;
500 Boxes Star Candles;
100 B OXES MO UL D CANDLES ;
100 TKS. MACKEREL & HERRING ;
50 COILS CORDAGE;
100 BARRELS S. C. SODA ;
100 bxs BABBITT'S SALARATUS ;
900 BOXES YEAST POWDERS;
300 BOXES RASINS;
400 Bxs Manufactured Tobacco;
IOO BOXES OF SO-A-3?;
100 HALF CHESTS OF TEA ;
1000 BDLS WRAPPING PAPER;
Wc have also on hand a fine assortment of
WINES AND OLD WHISKEY,
IN CASKS, QUARTER CASKS & BOTTLES.
FRUITS, PICKLES & NUTS,
of all kinds.
SPICES OF JLL KIADS.
And in short, everything connected with the
CA.V BE FOUXD AT OUR ESTABLISH
Outfitting for the Mines
will consult their interests by purchasing at
our establishment, as
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
REMEMBER THE PLACE:
CORNER LEVEE AND CHEROKEE STn
MRS. S. M. STRICKLER,
of Junction, Agent for
"Wheeler fe "Wilson's
JVheelcr 8? Wilson's
HAVE WON THE
at the Fair of the
IT. S Agricultural
And at the State Fairs of Maine, Vermont,
New York, Pennsylvania, Mississippi,
Ohio, Illinois, Michigan.Connectiout,
New Jersey, Virginia, Missouri,
Icdiana, Kentucky, Wiscon
sin and California.
We prefer them for Family Use. N. Y. Trib
They are the Favoiite for Families. New
It has No Rival Scientific American.
'There are 85,000 Machines in nee in this
country and in Europe.
This Machine is Profitable and Available a
It is equal to Ten Seamsti esses.
An Annual Dividend of 100 to 500 per cent
(on its cost) may be obtained in use by its
This is the oly Sewing Machine in the world
making the Lock-Stitch with the Rotating Hook
and using the Glass-Foot.
lhe Sales of the Wheeler & Wilson Machine
in the single year of 1851 amounted to 10,727 ;
being 3692 more than the combined sales of all
other Sewing Machines.
No. 1. Medium, on Table, - $05.00
No. 2. Improved Black, on Table 55 00
No. 3. Black on Table, - - 45.00
No. 4. Large Machine, - 5 00
No 5. Cylinder Machine, 85,00
Instructions will be given to all persons wish
ing to learn the use of the Machine, whether
they become purchasers or not.
JrTo Ministers of the Gospel and for
Charitable Purposes, the Machine are sold at
From the Celebrated Manutactory of George
A. Prince & Co., Uutt.ilo, . X.
Of Prince's Melodeons have been finished and
are now in use.
gg-'lhe First Premium has uniformly fceen
awarded 10 these instruments wherever exuib
ited in competition with others.
New Organ Melodeon (for churches) $350 90
InuMs Hank Dmili f Knurl Molnrlpon. lot) UO
Piano Style, Double Reed Melodeon, 10.00
Pt.innStvle. Six Octave Melodeon. JoU.UU
Double Reed, Five Octave l'orcMelodeon,130,00
Five Ociave, Portable Melodeon, ioUU
Four and a half Octave Port. Melcdeon CO 00
Four Octave Portable Melodeon. 45.0'J
Egr Messrs. THOMPSON, WOODRUFF &
Co., of Leavenworth, are tlie Sole Agents for
Kansas of tliefce justly celebra ed los'ruments
They have eiven the sub-agency to Mrs. S. M.
Stiuckllb, who will secure an iustrimient for
,un person who wishes to purchase at the pub
lished prices. June 2G, lot2.
TA1RCHILD KING & Co,
SO. 52 SHIN STIIEET, (ASTIIOST BUILDINGS,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS AND GAPS,
CARPET, OIL CLOTHS, &c
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A IFTJXXi ASSORTJEENT FOB
and have now in store A NEW AND HEAVY
STOCK, purchased previous to the late advance
in prices, consequently we can sell as LIMY
AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST.
Orders Respectfully Solicited
of all hinds of
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
COFFINS made with neatness and dispatch.
MATTRASSES of all kinds constantly on
hand. All orders filled on short notice.
LdJVD JGEA'T, SURVEYOR,
JUNCTION CITF, KANSAS.
JAHD WARR4MT8 fr sale for
A CASH, and on tisse. Lead Warrants
located. Collections made and Taxes paid for
FINE ASSORTMENT OF COAL OIL
Lnmatpstht CITY DBJJG STORE.
mum t micmi,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
HOLLOW TOE. BOOTS AID SICES, HATS A! CAPS. HUB, ETC..
Junction City, Kansas
HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR NEW BRICK BUILDING ON
And in addition to their present Stock of Goods will open an
ENTIRELY NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK.
Times having improved, they intend to keep a full and complete ortment of every
thing needed in ttis market. Every thinS not on hand when called for, will he
ordered on short notice.
mmbsf, Mssmmm asm (bbmsseps mss,
together with every kind of staple Goods, such as
PRINT3, DENIMS, CHECKS, STRIPES, COTTONADES,
JEANS.BROWN & BLEACHED SHEETING SHIRTING.
MOWING SCYTHES, FORKS, &c.
They will sell exclusively FOR CASH, nd at the lowest living price. Their
facilities are such that they cannot he undersold in Western Kansas.
SBBSSB2 IPSSSIE IPMID J?DB WWS MED MMW
Wholesale Dealer in
CORNER or SHAUJCEE AJD THIRD STREETS,
My Stock consists in part of
FLOUR, MACKEREL, CANDLES, SUGAR, WIIITEISIl.
RAISINS, NAILS, SOAP, COFFEE, CANDIES,
GLASS, MOLASSES, CHEESE. TEAS, OILS, OYSTERS,
SARDINES, WIITELEAD, INDIGO, RICE, CORDAGE.
Jill Hinds vf Staple and Fancy
Evcrythinusually kept in a FIRST CLASS QUEKN8WAUE HOUSE. As I do ,.
JOBBING BUSINESS principally, I Lave selected uiy Stock uitti the greatest care,
and with a view ,to the wants of our W estern People. MERCHANTS, and other
from the country, who study their own interest, will find it to their advantage to giy.
mc a call before purchasing. ORDERS for Queensare promptly filled and
packed with the greatest caret and at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Country Mer
ih.nt, will nlcase take notice that I AM SOLE AGENT for the Celebrated
I will pay the HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH for
HIDES, FURS, AND TALLOW,
Corner Shawnee and Third Sts., LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
"ROOT .AND SHOE.
CORNER WASHINGTON' & 7th STREETS,
Junction City, X annas.
REPAIRING done on short notice. TERMS
R. D. MOBLEY,
. ... ,11 1 rk-. i rt.nniir
UlSlrlCl Isient OI UVlb UUUUby
REAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT, ! twelve, south of range number six cast, m
j Davis county, State of Kansas. Said Real Es-
JUNCTION CITY- j tate will be levied on and appraised by virtue
WILL do business in ths Land Office, and of an Order of Sale to me directed and deliver
eive strict attention to paying taxes for ed, issued out of the 3d District Court for Davis
non-residents. Office on Washington street? county and others attached, in the State of
Taylor's Building, opposite the Eagle Hotel
S. B. WHITE,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS.
ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL
business entrusted to his care in Western
DKALEK 15 CleckK, Watches, ad
JT Repairing done to order on short notice,
and in good style. nl5yl
EDWARD W. SEYMOUR, M. D-
OFHCE, AT THE CITY DRUG STOBB,
Junction City, Ktnitfr.
S. M. STRICKLER.
State of Kansas, 1 Paul Kramer,
oa o uaiciai insinci, r Wm n. Terrell an(1
I Davis County. J William Mcintosh.
To Wm. II. Terrel and Win. Mcintosh:
I You arc hereby notified that on Monday, the
2d day of March, A. D. 1803, at 10 o'clock, A.
M., I will, upon the premises, levy on and have
appraised accordiug to law, the following de
scribed Real Estate, with the appurtenances
j thereunto "belonging, to-wit: The south-west
niT l1Ttai. I IVlJUd
quarter of the south-east quarter, and lots two
and three, in section four, in township number
Kansas, in favor of Paul Kramer, and acrainst
m u. lerreii anu wm. .ncintosn, ior tne sum
of three hundred and fourteen dollars (S314.),
with interest on the same at the rate of ten per
cent per annum, from March the 5th 1801, to
gether with costs; at which time and place you
can attend if you think proper.
Given under my hapd at office in the city of
Junction, this the 7th day of February, A. D.,
1863. A. W. CALLEN,
nlo-5tpfS9. Sheriff of Davis Co.
JOHN H. KARNAN,
WASHINGTON STREET, JUNCTION CITY.
and all kinds of
Tin War. Sht Iron, &e.
A supply of everything in his Use sufficient
for the wants of this neighborhood.
Repairing dort on the shortest notice.,hltf
S PAULDING S Cephalic Pills at
VI IDi' ATI'S MEDICINES, '
iJ FcrSalaty HALL.
Sliiy BiiL U If Ml BllttJ.
A WEEKLY BEFUFLICAN BEWSPAOTt,
DEVOTED TO TUS INTXSKSTS OF
The success which has attended us daring
the past year, a? shown by our increased cir
culation, in our securing so extensive an adver
tising patronage, anil by the high enccraiutai
which haT teen received from tho press and
people of the State for our bold and indepen
dent course, ia defence of the Right, have
satisfied the Publishers that the Umojc is a
fixed and permanent institution of Western
While thaukiug our many patrons for the
bountiful support which they have giren U9j c
and for the encouragement received bv the
many cotiiplimests bestowed, we would ask a
continuance of their help in making the Umos
a reflex of the prosperity and advancement
which is sure to attend the course of Western
Strictly identified with the interests of
Western Knnsas, and well knowing its vast
resource?, which are only awaiting the magic
hand of the capitalist and laborer to he fully
developed, and added to the growing wealth
of the country, we shall spare no pains or
energy to bring before the masses of the East
the great advantage of our country as a place
of settlement for the home-seeking immigrant
Everything tending to induce capital to flow
hitherward for tho development of our exten
sive Coal Fields and rich Salt Springs will
receive that particular attention which it
In politics, wc shall pursue that course
which we believe justified by principles of
Right and Justice, and which tends to Human
Progress, Universal Liberty, and the free
pursuit of Happiness by all mankind.
The importance of having a full and com
plete local department we would not under
estimnte, and we are again impelled to ask our
friends to aid us in this matter give us
information of any thing transpiring in your
neighborhood. We desire the Umos to be a
perfect history of this locality.
As we are unable to reduce tho price of our
piper, and live by it, at the same time making
it a useful institution, we have concluded, in
view of the mighty interests involved in tho
present struggle, to so arrange our terms a? to
.jive our friends an opportunity of extending
ur circulation in their localities:
One year 52 numbers -"Six
months 2C numbers -Ten
copies, one y.ar, -
- '$2 00
- 15 0Q
Ve would appexl to our friends to aid m in
putting the Umos in the bauds of every mn
n Webtcrn Kanas.
BLAKELY & MARTIN, PublishoraA
MALE Oil FEMALE AGENTS
HlYl S NSW STEEL PLATE COUNTY COL
ORED MAP OF THE UNITED STATES.
CANADAS, AND NEW BRUNSWICK.
From recent purveys, complete J Aug. 10,
I8ti2; cost $20,000 to engrave it and one gear's
Superior to any $10 map ever made by Col
on or Mitch-il. and sells at ihe low price of
fifty coots ; 370,000 names arc engrnved on thin
It is not only a County Map, but it is also
COUNTY AN UAILIIOAD MaP
f the United States and Canadas combined in
EVKRY RAILROAD STATION
and distance between.
Guarantee any worn m or man $3 to $5 per
day, and will take hack all maps that cannot
be sold and refund the money.
Send for $1 worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvass well,
furnished all our agents.
Wanted Wholesale Agents for our Maps in
evere State, California, Canada, England,
France and Cuba. A fortune can be made
with a few hundred dollars dapital. No com
petition. J. T. LLOYD, No. 134 Broadway,
The War Dppartment uses our Map of Vir
ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, cost $100
000, on whieh is marked Antietam Creek,
Sharpsb-'g, Maryland Heights, Williamsport
Ferry, Lhorersville, Nolana's Ford, and all
others on the Potomac, and every other place
in Maryland, Virginia, aDd Pennsylvania, or
TOPOGRAPHICAL MA.' OF KENTUCKY.
OHIO, INDIANA and ILLINOIS,
is the only authority for Gen. Buell and tbs
War Department Money refunded to anyon
finding an error in it.
Piice 50 cents.
From the Tribune, Aug. 2.
'LLOYD'S MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARY
LAND AND PENNSYLVANIA This Map is
very large: its cost is but '25 cents, and it vt
THK BE3T WIIICII CAN BE PUHCIIASEO.'
LLOYDS GREAT MAP OF THE MISSIS
SIPPI RIVER From Actual Purveys by Capt-
n- ami Wm Bowen. MisoisHinni Hivpr Pilots.
0f St, Louis, .uo.f snows every man's plantu
tion and owner's name fiom St. Louis to tho
Gulf of Mexico 1,350 miles every sand-bar,
island, town, landing, and all places 20 miles
back from the river colored in counties aud
Mates. Price, $1 in Bheets, $2, pocket fornl,
and $2 50 on liuen, with rollers. Ready Sept.
Navt Department, Washington, Sept. 17, '62.
J. T. LiorD Sib: Send me your Map of the
Mississippi River, with price per hundred cop
ies. Rear Admiral Charles II. Davis, cemmand
iiig the Mississippi squadron, is authorized to
purchase aa may as are required for the as
of that .quadron: GIDEON WELLES.
Secretary of the NaTj.
OTm. H McKIWLEY,
Tenders his service to the people of DAVIS
and adjoining counties
Refers to Uaien Office or to S- M. Srriekler,
Junction City, or to WM. H. MeKINLEY.
n49-tf ) Kenton, Daris C&.? Kansaf.
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