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THEE PLANTING IN THE SANS
HILLS.
Tree iilanting in Kalis! a mitltr much
atlmdedlo, but aii'.tlrtr feature of tieecul
Inre was dictiRfi in the lart mre m;j of il e
AikiiiSM Valltrv Elitiriil A-rociiiiop. We
extract t e following foui (ht; rrfoit:
Mpr Imuaa srto was abut t daring tlie
iji i ion cf 0 e Hibjtci of tree Untin in
tic aiid-Iiiilt vis icij'ieaej to Live Its
lini en ilie rubj-tt. Ins tiurliun if I it r
tnarLs, tie slid: Manf jena ai:u a Fiemli
enginter under a 'lurili I'.nha, i.lirt.tl
20,000,0.0 lrn up'in tlie de-trt Ijd.W that
euiiire, and tje rainfall which Lad befufr
been but two or three incbea ftr 'ear, wa
son tiiCrejd to tfftmjr inches ier auuum.
1 believe that the planti. g of tteea along tte
tand hills wuuld very much iicreaaetbe
raiofall of western Kansas, and tbercbj be
of ft becfll to the reople whoinhalil tlii'
(tonionof theSiute. lie aUo belief, d it at
if fins were kept from burning the irjine
o7er each year, bjr wrere enal ltiwa if ne-
crsry, that treen uotl.il on sprint; up and
thrive without the aid 01 man He btlit-ven
in the tbeory hit thi rjuotrj wa und.ro
ins a great Lieleurcl jical cl auge, and that
there wml I be Luilt up here kuc ul the
lirindent civilization of anr ae, that the
civil zition we were building up would be
the greattbt the ttoilJ haa ever recti, lie
was in tavor of atate aud national aid 10 en
courage trfe planting in the aul hill, and
did not belie Ve llieotjiX atliinaule by prt
vale or individual eieriion.
The acing conimirawuer rrporta that un
der Tariou ac!s of the 43'.h congrevr, with
the aid of an apyropuitioo of forty thoue
acd dollar', granted lift March, for the pre
lection of timber on public Jacds, effort
hav- been continued to snpprers r'epreda
tions, but ihey areytteatersive, and tke iu
terect of ibe covernment and thoe ot the
people now rttid'tu, or who may detiie to
fllle in any 01 ill public licit end land,
rupiire lht they ahoti i) ptill be p-iraoed
with tioKOate) eerie tne-a and vigor. In
Arkanas alone, the annuel In to the gov
crnmim by ibe destruction of valuable tim
ber ia tutimatid at not Ut than S'OO.OOU. A
larjie amount of timber ha Ih-en tectvered,
and coi.ei t rihle Sim of mny recovered
on puita brought hy the guvernment aitii
timber depredator?, and many other are
still pending.
Three Crops of Apples From One
Tree.
The arrenour,r (M.i.) Standard :iya:
Last e.-U we had laid Uj-uu uur utU ojie
eamplee of matured apples which were the
second ciop Irom the eaoie trie Ihi aeaaon.
Thie we cmidered at ihs tiuie quite a turi
osity. William Schrir er prettd ua
on lVidaT with three full aized aplp',which
are the third growth from iheiume iree ibis
seaajn. The a-cond cioj wa taken from the
tree at the time ot the Kanata Citv lair.
The tree bloaaouied again and fiuitd the
third liiue, ihe laat and third crop liig
picked mi the Gth of November. We have
e-een etvtral relereiiCt in our exchange to a
second growth of fruit thie eeiwn, but we
imagine tbia i ih- tirrt iuatance of the aame
tree mituiing three di-tiuc: crop in the
eatne year.
The Crawford County Horticultural Socii
ty voted ll.e following twelve at rt of apple
aahei"t for family or orchard, in theotd-r
named: Coip-r Etrly White; Yellow
Bouh; Lowell; Maiden' liln-h; ti.mbo;
Jonathan; Grimea Golden; Ben Davie; Mia-
aouri Pippin; Kiwlea' Genet; Willow Twig,
Tal man Sweet.
The Geimm vo'e lor a few year pat has
been in part a ienaied from the Republican
party, bnt the rag babe and other iema have
driven them solidly back 10 'heir old party,
where they naiuritly lelnn,;. One of the
mot lav rible aiiapio in the aiming Pres
idential ection 1 ihia vole.
The Norm Carolina coloreil people toilie
iiiimb-rof 10 0u, are said to be ready to
immigraeto Indiana if the I 0 who have
jus'gnne there God ready and remunerative
employment
1880. 1880,
The Globe-Democrat,
ST. IiOTJIS.
Tramp Signs and Habits of Tramps.
Hi- following aie r-ai-l to become of the
in3 tui by train 1 m on gate oU anil trete
of farms Ti'itf-I br thm to post -heir fellow
tramp-that follow: A cmtal II (Handout)
xneiu.4"OiDetbinK loiat Ken at lie cior.
Thtrv I erpcoilicular lint. with a line cro5
idj; the ihrtcJiaxoniil.j, taenn '"good for
Socefct." An iodtrx hand, "'cai ele eo
lle; crib evj to crack " Thne hurizmtal
jurallel line, "inoter, cbithm and food."
A Cfo, "look oat for do" Oace on the
trior, alwaji on it. The tramping ba.Moe
has itt faKiDatiov, allbougli it i a diftjcult
matter to rie vvlure the charm comet in
Yet it uits ljiindriddof men. The care
for sobodj, and have little to trouble them.
Th'e greater portion of the tram pi now couM
obtain work if they wanted it. The regular
tramp in isolated farming commnnitfes rare
ly asks for food ud1?m he hai sme ether
object in view. He can Meal ail the chick
ens and vegetable be want. There are
wax impre-fions to be made of the outside
door kejH. While the unPtipecting farm
er's wife 1 busy getting Miuethiae to eat out
of the pantrj, the tramp take an imprewion
of the door key and a btrdVeje view of the
premise. The next night the gang, which is
hanging around in the bush, roba the hon-v
Aa a general rule, thre are one or more
firearms in each gang. If they can rob a
houw easily thev won't hurt the inmates.
Exchange.
The entiak of gheep are now tined in Cal
ifornia (or machine belling, instead of hemp
which 11 said ti be much less durable. A
Ihree-fourth inch rope made from these en
Cralit will bear a strain of seven ton.
CRECK'ft ASTGCST IXOWKR.
It la natural for pruple suffering: with IxttHp-
fUand Lirer ComyUint or any ilcruntmcietot
tlie tligth r urgaud, iacu i wur Momich,If fc
Ilrjtljiche, lUUtual Ol l Mie-i. I'alpitation of
the Heart, Heart Imrn. Uater-bra,h, ginwing
and burning jams at te )it of the Plomacli,
Yellow Skin, talet touijutr. iinJ lisarrnatlr
tate in the mouth, coming up of foo.1 alter tat
tng. ! j w spirits, S.e , to put off from day today
Lujin? an onicl that they kno ha t-umt their
nelpltbr, irieml or relative, yet they hare no
faith la it until it n too late. Cut it yon will
gotoTOurIrnStst nt get bottle of Green's
August Flower your immediati cure itatcrr
tain ft" you live. amplir liotlle of this medi
cine rau be obtained fur lo emit to try jtasupr.
nor virtue. UrguUr size TicenU Trj it, to
do-w will relieve any cas-.
A .TiOTIIEBSKiKICF.
lhe pride of a mother, the life and Jy ot a
ltoin, are her children, hence her grief when
sicku- enters and talea thtm away. TaLe
warning then, that ) i are rouning a terrible
risk, if thev haveaCtniJTD. Croup or Uhoomn?
Couch which Iradto Consumption 1. you do not
attend to It at once. SHILOH'S CONsCMK
TIOX CL'UK U guarantceit to cure them Trier
Id ceutt, 50 cts unu 91 o. r or lame unc, sttic
or chest, ut Shlloh Ptttinw Planter. Price tt"
cents, sold by II. J. 1'ringer, Irugglt.
Tlie Glubflejncrat renews It claims to iop-
nUr tutor aitdi'attroiaage, wilh iucrtaed f-cili'
ti for gaining and retaining both, and within
creased determination to more than, redeem it
oft-made pledges lofill the lull measure or reas
onable expeitatitn tu iolitIcaI. family and
general new pper.
Tolitically the Globe-Democrat is recogniied
Hvta oue endof the country to t b other a the un
flinching champion of that UrpubticanUinthat
camrin Kwer in limeio veine union irum
alan.iriir-iii.il. lind has Mnce detutiif all lis ener
gies to the ,re?crutluii InUct ut thelrultof
Hie wanorce! Umu ua uj luereueisvt uireumu
uiilrd br the IrNiocraU of the North. Wk hate
oplH4tit all fonn of compromie aud concilia
tion mat Etetmru iu unu ai iniuiauuu iu in
er in thli country of the mm and the orguutxa
tion wiucb imolTed us In the horrors t citil
uar. The I'enio. ratio anv i now in the field
for the next Presidential election with the doc
trines of Male rights and nullification emblax
oned on its banner. If euccesstul, it witliuoel
atiurevlly catrj out its prurobe to real all the
legislation necessitated by the war and its re.
suits, and will inaugurate a policy which will
encourage and a.-isi another atitmpt atetes
fiou auti rebeltmn. This is what ihe boatof
the "solid outhMmen. There is but one an
tidote for afcolid south and Ibe ntold eils it
threatens, and that is a. sulid North, united In a
firm puroe to ktep the o lineal owerot the
Nation tn the sections which sent forth its loyal
legions to crush rebellion and restore the Inirg
riir of th Union Lvents hare uumitabably
irfntej to Gen. IX .S Grunt as the inevitable
candidate of the liet'Ublican luirty for this great
contest, 'lhere are others worthy as he, but
there seems to be no man so certain to con m! id
ate in his laror all tle elements fl sneces.
Heuce. we bate t-upirorleU and urged his nom
ination, keeping In view solely the wellareotthe
Uepublican party and the best assurance of its
triumph iu lwJ.
As a general newspajr for the counting-room
the family aud the fireside, lie Globe-Democrat
wilt keep al.rraj-t of the best publications af the
day. Our facilities for the collection of news are
ununused either east or west. We Sarvnu
exinaf to obtain the tales audraa-t accunte
intelligence lnm all quarters by mail ai.d tele
graph. We have c.rrt-n dents at all news
centre throughout the country, and their full
and interesting chronicles nfettnt-t tell bow
faithfully they ierform the duties assigned them.
Our Commercial News is prepared withtfreal
care, and we may safely challenge a coinpromi-e
of this department of the Globe-Democrat with
that of any other newpa;er in the oouutry. Our
aim i fullness and accuiacy, seeking to cover
ailsubject- ot general commerce, and to give
me laiesi iniorrnauon nni quoiations as iveacn,
THE DOM.Alt WCKKLV CI.OBE
DEiVtOCHAT,
Iu pur-uancti of our letermination to pUce
Ihr Ueeklv L-sneof the Globe-Democrat Within
ths.riaih tit fVerr rnterin the West for the cam-
"ainof ls0, we bate reduced iu price to one
il.tliar ier annum. L-oataxe nreuald br u. This
1 . .. ..! IB .! H.I ..! k
I1ISKI-S II tJll9l(VllliS ito "He nun iiuiiij ! hit
clpel Duepacr In the roimlrr. Weare
tnfi.lrut that thla lilteralitv oti our liarl la ill be
met by . enmm rcsjonse from tbe iMrojile of
munnoie virat.
SCB8C'aaMPTI VRICKM.
DAILY.
Incliulin Sunday, ix-r year. $12 00
Witliout bunilnv. pery.ar 11 DO
Including Mniliv. In clubs of three
aud upwards 11 00
Without Sundar. in clous of three
and upwards 10 00
TKr-WEEKLV.
TuestUv, Fridays and Suudajt per
year 5 00
Iu clubs of Fivu and upward 4 JO
SEMI-WEEKLY.
Tuaadays and Fridays C 00
Iu rlulu of Five aud upwards 2 SO
WRIGHT HOUSE.
F. J. LEONARD. Prop'r.
HAVOC OrESED TIIE HOCSt WITH
KTEKYTHI.XG JEW,
I INTEND 10 KEEP AS GOOD A
HOUSE IN EVERY RE3PE0T
AS CAXBEF0VSD AY TUB STATE.
Terms, $2 Per Day.
TIIE BEST I EVER K.XKW Ol'.
I. G. tarkey. a prominent and influential clt
lien of Iowa Cdy.'-ays: 1 have hadtheDjs-
IK-lla and Liver Complaint for siTerul vears.
sin. harp used even' remcilv I could hear of.
without any reliel whatever, until I saw your
Miliona Miaiixerauvermcu in otir ia-r, ami
was persuaded to try it. lam happy In state
that it hs entirely cureit me. It is certainly
the lies rmetlv I ever knew ot. frice TT cts.
niIU by II. J. Tin?er, Druaid.
SIIILOU'5 CATAKUH UCMEDV. A mar
velous cure for Catarrh. Diphtheria, Canker
mouth, and Headache. With each bottle there
is an ingenious naal injector lor the more juc
ce'fnl treatment or the complaint, without ex
tra charnT. Pnce 3d cts. Sold.by II. J. f nncer.
Druggm. iwuge uj. ivas.
S. G. McCOMELL.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Lawrence, Kansas.
Largest stock in the West.
Visits Dodge Oty every, three month. Next
visit November 1Mb.
FLOURING MILLS,
BODGE CITY. KA.in.tl.
ABC SOW MASCrACTUEISG THr
Choicest Brands of Bour.
THE MOST IMPROVED MILLING
APPARATUS IN USE.
fr-RKNH 3IKAI. MB 3III.I, FEED
conatantly on hand
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR
WnEAT.
Onlera promptly tiled. All onitra from Ihe
city ileliTcrird Iree of charge.
II. F. MAV Jt CO.. rroprieton.
WEEKLY.
ONE DOLLAR
PER VEAR.
Tajable in advance, .special rates to Agents.
Rem! ttenrrs should be maIe bv United states
lot Office Money orders, bank drafts, or regis
tered letters, whenever it can be done. Direc
tions should be made plainly, giving name of
1 Wo nice, County and State j
Address all letters GLOItK ritlVTINC COM-
IANYT LOUI.Mo
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP.
JOHN MUELLER,
Is now prepared o do iirt-clas work of
every kind.
Nice-Fitting Boots a Specialty
Price low Shop at Mueller's old stand.
xtsTict:.
V S. LAN OFFICK,
Lamed. Kansas. 'ov. 7. lsT9.
COMPLAINT having been entreil at this of
fice by Oscar Carmlrhael against William
U"vlie tor abandoning hU Declaratory Statement
entry No. 2718. dated March It. 17S. noon Ihe
N quarter section tin. townshii iS south, ran;
3j wrat, an roru county. isna.. wnn a view
to the cancellation of said entry; the said names
areherrbr snmraonelto apitearat this office on
the Wth dsr of Ieeemler 1cC9. at 1 1 o'eloek. a m.
lo respond and furnish testimony concerning
saiu aiieirea aoanawnnicni.
noTlot C. A. MOKIilS, Ueflster.
WATCHES, CLOCKS.
And JEWELRY Repairei
FBACIM J. BOBAIv.
Manufactnrer of
Fine Jewelry and Watches,
DIAM0SDS AUD ALL OTHEIirBE.
CIOVS STONES MOUS1ED
TO OJtDER.
BXBATI5K3 HMTLr BMK.
DODGF. CITY. KA
Town Lots and Lands For
Sale.
Town Iota, improrcd and unimproved;
land imiirored and nnimproicJ. in smail
anil large quantities, forsalr. Applrto
il. COLLAIL
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37 by U inches malting it the Largest
Weekly raper rubliabea in tbs IVest.
Special attention gmn to.
Grain, Produce, Live Stock
And aierehaauIlM Market Bcporta.
Not of St. LouU bat of all the principal
mart ota of this country and Europe, sad
to all subjects of special interest to the
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MAN. IX POLITICS niMOCBaVTlC
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MASTERS AND PUBLISHERS SENT
ON APPLICATION.
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