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3c --3jjhaijaaFoSfc-lt!gia5 Barsi i i ioi njawrecvj iv-o :r .Jgntnlittrai'iluinrt, Forest- Trees and Their Cultivation. -At -a nSeeting o the Farmers-Club, Kcw York; Andrew S. Puller a practi - calphorticulturist of -Brooklyn ,-Long Island, gave a lcctui e on the subject ot the culture of Forest Trees., ,Jt being a matter of more practicalinpoitanc"e to the dwellcis on our great prahies than to the farraeis of "New Yorjc, however important it may be considered there, we are pleased to condense a portion ot it for our columns. Mr. FullersUtcd, That the only place wheic a complete collection of American tiecs can be found, was iii the paiks of the city ot Paris, France. Many kinds of valuable trees arc be coming very scarce, and he therefore recommended that all the choicest soits of valuable timber treeb should be plant ed upon many an acre in that vicinity thaMs almost woithless for any other .purpose than foiti ces. It is a mistaken idea that men must be professional imiserymcn to grow for est trees. Every farmer can grow them -as easily as he can grow corn. .'He spoke of the immense advantages of surrounding prairie farms with belts of forest trees. In manyicases a crop of foiest trees would be lnorcrprofitable than any other crop. lie then gave a most interesting ac count of the planting of forest trees upon the estate of the Earl of Fife, .Scotland. In some places, the trees were planted upon the sides of hills so -steep that -men were let 'down, by ropes to do the work, llow many situations of the same kind in this country might uc pianicu witu trees. lie related a fact given in a letter from the Sixth Earl of Haddington, which stated that his mother caused large bodies of forest trees to be plant ed; some of the land was a drifting sand when naked, and worthless for other cultivation. f ; $Ir. ?Fuller said he had grown seed ling maples, to one year old, at an ex pense of 1 a thousand. He raised 40,000 seedlings upon the eighth of an acre, at an actual expense of 18. His method is to sow them in beds, three feet wide and one foot apart, covering the seed only half an inch deep. The plants must be carefully hoed, and kept clear of weeds. The plants can be trans planted at one year old to lows four iM apart, fetting the plants two" feet apart, trimming off the side branches and'ciifting pff the, tap roots. At two years old, 'several sorts of forest' trees, thus treated, will be twelve or fifteen feet high in rich soil then, every other tree may be reraoyed to other situations. The hickory must have the tap root cut, to lender the trees fit for transplanting. It will grow much more rapidly also, and so will several other sorts of trees by cutting the tap roots. As the trees grow in the nursery rows you may take them out until they stand eight feet apart each way, which will give 680 trees to the acre. What these would be worth, of course, depends up on circumstances. The seeds of sugar maple ripen in Autumn, but do. not germinate, till in the Spring. - ' A The seeds may be sown as soon as ripe, in beds ; or mixed w ith moist sand in-boxes and kept in the cellar, ot out doors, as freezing docs not injure them. The American elm is one of the most -ornamental trees, and of very rapid growth. The seed ripens the first of JUne, and should be sown as soon" as ripe, and apportion will germinate t once,rbut most of them not. until next 'Spring. All forest tree seeds appear to need to be covered, very lightly. They germ inate lest when kept continually moist. iiiiuiciuuu 15 pienty,.uis Dest to sow coarse seeds, such as wajnutsjiick 'otymits, &c, in single drills, "wide apart. This gives room for root prun ing, which should always be done the reason before taking them up. It is probable that several of our ev ergreen trees can be grown for profit, as well as ornament. It is certain that many bare spots could be occupied profitably with some kind of forest trees and "their cultivation should be more thought of by our American farmers. This is, an important subject for dis cussion at meetings of fruit growers and farmers' clubs, among the Western set tlers. We have so frequently referred to this subject in the Valley Farmer, 9J q- iuau winning muuer need be said urge our friends to plant, trles. to STIf,you havo been so unfortunate .-as to have the appearance of your best dining table marred by white spots, which arc caused by placing hot articles upon t, you canrcraedjtho defects, when 'first occasioned, rubbing them briskly with a soft cloth dipped in Gut ter. Jf this fails", liold awarin flat-jron 'over them, and they will "soon -disap-Pear- -r, . - Fred. P, Drew, PBYSICI AM. ACCDICHECI fc SHGEOI. :fort eiley, ialaztsAjs. cnal &bDcrtisenunts. Unvkins Juddy ")) luihe Tlird is. I Judjclalpis-Vrict R. D. Moblcv, administiator Court. "within of thcstale orAficf D.MiUerjand ""DXis deceased, "anil """Amos Millerv'rCo'unfy Slateof the lather ami heir of Abel Kansas. I). Millor. J AMOSjMlLLKlSprill take oticchat-Haw -kins Judddid, on the 10th da of July, a. d. lgl.J, file his petition iu the afoiesaW court, setting forth that the said Abel D. Miller give to a nd Hawkins Jwdd a mortgage on the follow ing described laud and tenement?, lying and being in D.nis county, State of Kausac, ami Known si-t the north-cabt quarter of the outh-wcfct qnutcr, and the north half of the outh-east quarter, and lot number two of sec tion iiiimlK:r twenty-one, in township number twche, south ol range number live, cast qf the sixth piiucintl meiidian iu Kania", to secure the pigment of S2"O0n with interest on the same at the rate of fie per cent, per month liom the Hist day of July, a. d. 180, according to a ccitain piomissory note, referred to in baid mortgage, and praing tint judgment nny be icndeicd against said defendants Tor the siid sum of ?-!") 00, and inteiest at the late of fne per cent per month fiom the 121st of July, a. J. lftt; -md playing that the said moitgage may be foicclosed, the piemibcs, oidcicd to be sold, and the pioccedsa p- nlicd to the Tmment of said debt. inteiet and cost, and execution award for the balance; and the said-Vraos Miller will take notice that since the miking and delivciing of said moi tgigc, the siid Abel D. Miller has departed this lite; and" the said' Amos Miller is notified th it unless he plead, answer, or demur, to the petition aforesaid on or before the 21st day of September, . D. 180 judgment will be rendered against him accordingly. " v'" HAWKINS JUDD. Rv J. R. McCllef. Lis atty. Attest: M. D. Modllv, Clerk of the District Court for Davis County. Hji tpl:?lli Hawkins Judd, pi IF, In the Third Judicial s. J-Distiict Court, within Jesse Jluut, deft, J and for Da is County, State of Kansas. J ESSE HUNT will take notice that Hawkins Judd did, on the 10th day of Julv, a. d 180'!, hie in the clerk's office of the afoicsaid couiL his petition, setting , forth that the said Jesse Hunt gave to the said Hawkins Judd a ino)tgigc on the lollowing lands and tene ments lying and being in Davis county, State of Kansas, and known and described us the south-west quaiter of the south-east quaitci, and the south-east quarter of the south-west quaiter of section number ten, and the- north east quarter of, the noith-w est' quarter, and the noi th-w est quarter or the noith-cast quar ter, of section number fifteen, in township number eleven, south ot range number seven, east of the sixth principal meiidian in A'ansas, to secure Hie payment of $230.00, with inteiest at the rate ol hve per cent, per month from the 21st day of July, a d. 18b(), according to the conditions of a certain promissory note icfericd to in said moitgige, and petition and prating that the said Jesse Hunt may pay the sum claimed tpje.due, with inteiest as aforesaid; also prai ing-that the said Jesse Hunt may pav the, sum ,of $30.00 as liquidated damages for tncToieciosurc ana thattncpiemises be ordered ,to be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment ot sanl debt, interest and cost, and execution awarded for the balance; and the said Jesse Hunt is hereby notified that he is required to appear and demur or answer said petition on or bcfoie the 21st day of Septem ber, a. d. 1803. II A VTKINS JUDD. Ry J. It. MlCllke, hisatt'v. Attest: R. D. Mobley, -district Clerk for J). is County. n !77tpf$lG Publication Notice. CHARLES E. CLARK and JENNIE CLARK, defendants, will take notice that Ratch tllcr Town Company ,plaintiff, hied a,, petition in the Thud Judicial District Couit, sitting in and' for the county of Riley and State of Kan sas, on the 1st day of July, v. n. 18(58, against you, the said defendants, setting foith that on the "0th, day of June, a. i. 18ai, Charles E. Claik, one of the above named defend ints, executed and delivered to the said plaintiff his thiitj -eight (38) promissory notes in writing, of that.datc, lor the sum of sity-two dollars and fifty fcents. each with interest thereon from the date thereof, payable lo said plaintiff in the following manner, viz: Fheof said piom issory notes, for the sum of sixtj-two dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st day of October, a. n. 1800; fic more of said promis sory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents each, paj able on the 1st day of October, v. n. 1801; also,.six more of said prouiissdTy notes, for the sum of sixty-two-dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st day of October, a. d. 18b2; five more of said piomissory notes, for the sum of sity-two dol lars and fifty cents each? payable on the 1st day of JunfeTA. p. 1800, in oak," cottonwobd "and .walnut lumber; also, six more, of said promissory nofes, for the sum of sixty-two dollars and fifty cents each, payable on the 1st dav of June, v. n. 1801, in oak, cottonwood -and walnut lumber; also, six more of said promissory notes, for the sum of sixty-two dollais and fifty cents each, payable in oak, cottonwood and w alnut lumber on the 1st day of June, a. D. 1802; also, six promissory notes, for the sum of-sixtv-two dollars and"fiftv cents each, payable on the 1st day of June, A. D. 1803, in oak, cottonwood and walnut lumber. And to secure the payment of the above men tioned notes, the said defendants executed and delivered to the plaintiff their mortgage deed, on the 17th day of December, a. d. 18G0, to the following premises, situate and lying in Riley county, State of Kansas, to-wit; Beginning at a corner on the w est side of River street, due east of a large cottonw ood tree, marked for a line, thence south along the west side of said street thrce hundred feci to a corner on said street, being also the corner of a forty foot street, thence along the north side of said forty foot street, and west, and. crossing Madi son Creek three hundred and thirty feet, to a corner on the Republican river; thence upsaid livcr-thc several distances and courses thereof to a corner due west of the aforesaid cotton- w ood tree ; thence cast along the north side of a forty foot street, passing through said tree, and crossing Madison Creek six hundred .feet to the place of beginning; containing three acres and thirty-two perches, more or less, to gether with a steam saw mill thereon erected. The said plaintiff prajs that thesaid mortgage deed may be foreclosed, and the premises or dered to be sold to pay said debt. And the said defendants are further notified that they arc required to appear and answer or demur to said petition on or before the 4th day of September, a. . 1S63, or said petition will be taken as confessed and judgment rendered accordingly. t fc iutciielXer Tpwy COMPANY, - TJylVBKAUAMBARRr. their Iitt'y.-nCo-7tpf$2&. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. 'he subscriber'has ba aaid-FlFTT'THdUSi 1 AND APPLE TUEES; of wKCLiicrexiD varieties, as wait as abaaatifror piK T.n,o &,c fiyj, which e, offers .cnaanfor aaafc orl wiirexangforeVyoi&-ttock orrraSa. 1 at reasonable prices. HIRAM BEAL, Ashlaud Nursery, Davis Co., Kansas. ni61y. !nlilicitiollrbtUvi i HEXRTtA&En. ANDJriEJix 'MFER. Defendants, fonneily of Kansas, but now of parts unknown, will take notice, that on UieJHHh day of June, A. D. 1863, Geo. W. Higiobotnani, Uriah Higinbothani, and Win. P.Higinbotham, Plaintiffs, did file in the Clerk s office of the Third Judicial District Court, sitting in and for the county of Riley, and State of Kansas, their petition, stt'iDg forth that on the 7th day of No ember. A. D. 1859, Henry Laffer, one of the above named defendants, made and delivered to Tha'ddeus lOTtflker his certaia promissorynote, for the sum of one hundred and sixty-five dollars, pi able within one year from the date thereof, with intertst thereon at the rate of four per cent, per month, until paid. Also, on the same day, to secure the payment of said note, Henry Laffer and Helen Laffer, executed and delivered to the said Thaddeus H. Walker, their mortgage deed to the following described premises, to-wit: the south-west quarter of section twenty-eight, in tow nship number ten, south of range number scvenCeast of tbV 'sixth principal 'meridian, in Kansas. That aiacthe giving of aaid Bote and mortgage, to-wit; onthe29th day of June, 1863, the said Thaddeus H. Walker sold and assigned said note and mortgage to said plaintiffs ; and pun ill g that said premises may be sold to pay said note and fifty dollars attorney's fees. And you the said Henry Laffer and Helen Laffer. de fendant, are notified thatyou.are inquired to appear, and answer said'petition, or demur, on or before the 4th day of September, A. D. 1863, Attest r Win. H. Bower, Clerk. n357tpf$12. Notice. J If TDWARtf DUNN-, of parts nnknoAin,vwill ' 1 M2A take notice that Henry Ganz of the county of Davis, in Jthe State of A'ansas, did ,on the 2od day of "July; a. d. 1863, file his" petition in the Cd Judicial District Court, within and for the county of Davis, w ith the county of Dick inson, el al attached, in said State of .Kansas, against the said Edw ard Dunn, setting forth that said Edward Dunn gave a mortgage to the said Henry Ganz, on the north-west quarter of section number, 23, township 14, sputhpraBgc 2, east of the sixth principal meiidian, in the State of Kansas, lying and being in said county of Dickinson, to secure the paj-ment of ,$167, according to a certain note referred to in said mortgage, beai ing interest at the rate of tw enty per cent, per annum, fi om the 17th day of Au gust, a. d. I860, and praying that the said Edwaid Dunn may pay said sum now claimed to be due, with the interest as aforcsad, or that said premises may be sold to pay the same; and the said Edward Dunn is notified that he is required to appear and answer said petition on or before the first day of October, a. d. 1803. HENRY GANZ, By S. B. White, his atfy. Attestr R. D. Mobley, Clerk. nS87tpfl2 Publication Notice. Thaddeus II. Walker, Pl'ff, ") In the Third Ju r ,vs. I J ' judicial Dist. Court Simeon C. Dillion and for the county of Mary Dillion, Defendants. J Davis, with coun ty of Dickinson et. al. attached." Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dillion, resides ts of the Territory of Nebraska, will take notice that Thaddeus II. Walker, of the county of Washington, in the State of New York, did, on the 29th day of June, a. d. 1803, file his petition in the court aforesaid, against the said Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dillion, defend ants, setting forth that the said Simeon C. Dil lion and Mary Dillion gave a mortgage to the said Thaddeus H. Walker on the east half of the north-west quarter, and lots one and two in section 20, in township 12, south of range 4, eat of the Cth principal meridian in the State ol Kansas, to secure the payment of .SIJO.OO, w ith interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent, per month from the 10th day of September, A. D. 1859, and praying that the said Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dillion may "pay said sum of $170.00, with the interest as aforesaid, or that siid picmiscs may be sold to pay the same; and the said Simeon C. Dillion and Mary Dil lion arc notified that they are required to ap pear and answer said petition on or before the oth day of September, v. n. 1861. THADDEUS H. WALKER, By S. B. Wiiitf, his Att'y. Attest : R. D. Moully, Clerk. June 29, 1803. n 3-7tpf $12. NOW IS THE TIME TCMSUJT SCRIBEt THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Established la 1857 The Oldest and Largest Paper - v vIN THE STATE.1 , DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND "WEEKLY! Has leccntly been enlarged, and is issued on new material thiougbout, contains the Tele graphic Dispatches of the Associated Press, and ghes a greater and more varied amount of reading matter than any other paper West of St. Louis. Daily, per year, "- - - - -"" -'-J$6. Tri- Weekly, per .year, ---.-. 3. Weekly, per year, ...... m Ztaily, Evening Edition, 15 cents per week. THE DAILY TIMES is published every morn ing, (Mondays excepted,) and furnished to' subscribers in the city, at ?Q xenta per week, payable to the carrier. By nail, irnei 1 r, SC per year. THE DAILY EVENING TIMESis published every evening, (Sundays excepted.) and furnished to subscribers at 15 cents per S4 per ear. TBE.TJil.WEEKLY-TIMESr is published 'every Tuesday, Thursday 'and Si Saturday, at 3 per year. THR WEEKLY - TIMES i Published erery .Saturday morning, at ihelotf pnecsof SI per year. r. KSMP BAKTLETT, , Praprittor. ' OFFICE, corner of Delaware and Third streets, Eeavcmt orth Tvansas. H. L. JONES. 3Tot,:ryIii"to:iJLo FOR ' SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS. OK HAD TO TRADE FOR STOCKf OR CASH, several improved Claims in Saline County; also a Jiousc and lot in. the town of Salina. I buy an'dsell land -and stock at a fair Commission, and assist emigrants 4n aoakiag eligible location. x The Homestead Bill has Passed, And now is the time -for emigrants to get GOOD HOMES. No land in. this coimtv kM-twn offered at, Public Sale, and will all -he held unaer iuc iiomesieaa Act. n CaHnupon .or address me at Slina,-Saiie Co., Kansas. n36if II. L. JOXXS. .MORTGAGES -.3 cT23T t roa jalx at this ornc,J C PAULDING'S Cxtjulic Pilu at ftLl,,S READ! READ! 1 '- ' M UNDERSTAND ' " aind S AY J: YtOiUR dtt O NJS Y ! V c a mm. milliigtoi k 1 THE LARGEST jfjl and BEST assortment of DRV GOODS. DRESS GOODS, FAXCT KOTIOXS, HOOTS, SHOES, HAT8? CAPS, CLOTHING, CARPETS, cj-c, .Jr., .Jr., $c. i that was ever brought to this market, and they At priceB that DEFY COMPETITION. It is idle to attempt to enumerate all the various articles, comprising their extensive stock. It is sufficient to say that they have Every Thing You Want ! In the above line of Goods, in the greatest variety, of the latest styles, and of the beet materials, which they offer at They Purchased Largely BEFORE the LATE HE A VY AD VANCES jy THE EASTERN MARKETS, and are enabled to sell 3 X-. New York Prices. And will give their customers the BENEFIT OF TIIEIR EARLY PUR IIASES. CALL AND SEE FOR 70TJR- SELVES! THE GOODS MOST BE SOLD ! DO NOT FORGET THE NUMBER, If o. 52 Delaware Street, North side, between 2d & -3d, , Leavenworth, Kansas. 3XT. IMI'OrolsLoix., wholesale AND COMMISN MERCHANT, No. 31 Delaware Street, Leavenworth, Kansas. He has the largest assortment of GR'OC ERIEiS to be found in Leavenworth, of every variety and quality, and in any quantity, which he will sell as lowa9 any house in the City" His stock is well selected, and embraces Every .Article i fouad in a i . t Wholesale Grocery Store. He has the best FAMILY FLOUR to-be foaad in, the market: betider SIJG-A.B, TEASi 00FFBI60LDEN SYKUF, r Molasses, Rice, Tobacco, RAISINS, SODA. NAILS. Fort Wine, Claret, Old Bonrhon. and RYE WHISKEY, AND LIQUORS OF EVERY BRAND. Also a thousand other things, too nanereae to mention, but which will be fully explained by calling on -t - - t 99 at No. Z-Delateart Street, "LETOfGSWUTH." FRANK JEtiLE, BOOT SHOE MAEEE, 2IO 1 1 QWsKtwi:nwWe,ait 'il Xnnc'tTon City, Kanf at Repairing done oh short notice. Terms Ouh. - i- - - - mmm 0:0 Carney ft Stevens, ff IDUftll E11E11S, Forwarding Commission . Merchants, ,l Corner Levee and Cherokee Street, LEAVER WORTH, KANSAS. Have fn store the following stock of v Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries ! To which we invite the special attention of CASH PURCHASERS: 3000 SACKS OF FLOUR; 200 HHDS N, O. MOLASSES ; 500 BARRELS LOAF, CRUSHED AND POWDERED SUGAR; 100 BARRELS CLARIFIED SUGAR; 100 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR ; 200 BARRELS S. H. AND N. O. MOLASSES; 100 BBLS. PLANTATION MOLASSES; 500 Bags Rio Coffee; 100 MATS JAVA COFFEE; 1000 KEGS ASSORTED NAILS; 500 Boxes Star Candles; 100 BOXES MOULD CANDLES; 100 PKS. MACKEREL & HERRING ; 50 COILS CORDAGE; 100 BARRELS S. C. SODA; 100 bxs BABBITT'S SALARATUS ; 000 BOXES YEAST POWDERS; 300 BOXES BASINS; 400 Bxs Manufactured Tobacco; lOO BOXES OF SCXAJ?; 100 HALF CHESTS OF TEA; 1000 BDLS WRAPPING PAPER; 250,000 SEGARS! Wc have also on hand a fine assortment of PURE BRANDIES. WINES AND 0 ID HISKET, IN CASKS, QUARTER CASKS & BOTTLES. FRUITS, PICBXiES &RUT8, of all kinds. SPICES OF JILL KIJSTDS. And in short, everything connected with the GROCERY BUSINESS CAN BE FOUND AT OUR ESTABLISH MENT. Iirtli Outfitting for the W?&S&SS?12lSg. will consult their interests by purchasing at our establishment, as OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE, aad oat PRICES REASOHABLE I -" jo,: ' - . ",. f v P rm I .c 3,. i f ,,r ?J it9 ti to. KENEMBER TBlPr.inr. , ; V6n3fERPLEYEYJ'AND CHEROKEE ET LEATEJIW0RTH 0ITT. Wrf$i&T SPS3MB 009$. i JUST RECEIVED! junction crrr. ninm t micuii. TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE CITIZENS OF WESTERN KANSAS, That They are now Receiving AND OPENING A NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods ! clothing! Hats and Caps, AND QUEENSWARE, DRESS GOODS,, BONNETS, ALL OF WHICH WE WILL SELL ATTHB LOWEST POSSIBLE FOR A S OR tO (Dwssas,i?aiw(gBj IN OUR STOCK WILL CONSTANTLY BE FOUND MENS WOJIEJIS' MISSES', AND CHILDRENS' BOOTS AND SHOES, mwmk puck' READY-MADE FOR MEtfJiND BOYS, JX TO OUR STOCK OF DRESS goods: the. attention of the Ladies is partic ularly invited. WE BOUGHT OUR GOODS TO SELL AND SHALL BE CONTENT WITH - hit im fitfirs UNTIL GOODS DECLINE TO OLD PRICES. WE . DEFY COMPETITION ii mm and ask an examination of oar Stock. No xecuy Bunco. WE HAVE DETERMINED TO SELL GOODS FOR STRICTLY CASH! AND AT THE. GIVE US A TRIAL, ARB,TlfiST OUR STREETER h STRICKLElt. Junction City, May 8, 1863. Mni i