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THE DODGE CITY TIMES.
DODGE' CHY. SATURDAY. DEC. 4. 8DBSCKIJT10N': 12 Mr itr yesr, in aelvanct. I. B. KUIHE, Editor and PnblUbrr. ElfTEHED ATTUEl'OSTOFKICEAT DoDOE ClTV, KAKSA8, A3 BECOSD-ClAhS MAIL MATTER. A GOVERNMENT KAlLKOAD. Ex-Senator J. B. ChaflVe. of Colorado, in an interview said: I once told Grant when be was President that we oucht to have a government freight railroad for the btne6t of the faimMS frcm the sescoast to the Miwi'finii Valley. I wanted Mm to re commend it in a messspe. He did net think much of it at the time, bat re does now. I bull till GsrGeld the same when I fee him. We want a double track, steel rail freight railroad, Inilt by the government of the Uniltd Slates from a good roadstead to the II iff on ri Valley, on which all railroads that are to ioelintd ran hate trackage. It might rtart from New York City or from Hampton Hold. I mention Hampton Koads because I am told there ii fine water there. They iav, loo, thai there is a practicable pass for a railroad at fair grades in the mountains weft of Iltmptcn Koads. Such a railroad cnght to go to Kansas or Nebraska. Gov ernment can luild it it 60 percent of the coet these eastern and western belt railtoids amount to, all of which live watered up their stocks, anil yet are making money. Erery railroad letween theEart and West is pajiig good dividend! en four or five times ita eost. There is a surerabundance of money in the country, and tLe government can borrow what it watts at the foulest in terest. Mr. W. G. JIaiMiBtr, president of the New York Slate Wool Growers' Association, baa twen visiting the various phcep ratchet in this and adjoining counties la'ely, and ezpmses the opinion that the Arlaosis Valley toescK s many advantags as a wool growing and sheep raiding country. He wa-e much impressed with the mannirin which they weathered the late ccld epell without extta feed the nilive gras being their princtjral eutcnaoce and thinks sheep rais ing is soon to be one if theleadirgindui-tries of this part of the country. He rajs Texas rt08?eees some advantage which we elo not. but on the whole the Arkansas Valley is equal if not superior to any oilier section of this country for the general cultivation of sheep. Lamed Optic. In an interview Gov. Wallace of New Mexico said: there are more than 13,000 000 sheep in New Mexico; the firm of O ero A Co sold 3,000,003 pounds of wool last year. For years the wool proiuct of New Mexico came up through Colorado, and therefore Colorado wss published to the world as the gteat wool growing region of the United State. Even the bullion which we Cent to the Eist was stamped as Colorado bullion. Hut such ii no longer the caBe, and with our increased railroad faci'ilie we will show that wr, tco, have resources, both in the mines and on the raage, that are unsurpas sed. The wool product came up through Colorado, and Colorado, therefore, was pub lished to the woild as the grest wool pro ducing country to the worU. 1.5 st spring the rise in prices of lumber was attributed to the fact that there had been bo good snans the previous winter to facili tate the movement of logs in the lumber districts. Hence the announcement of a heavy snow and excellent logging prospects, made a day or two since by telegraph, is of special intcrett The winter has closed un- ususliy early ait over tne country. A terrific land slide occored Friday last at ths end of tbe Kokomo exstension above Leadville. The slide occored on the line of the road, and a large number of men en gaged in laying track wtre injured. Two were killed outright, and about thirty more erionslv injured, while it is thought several more are buried nnder the earth. Harvey county has the sheep mania badly- t We are being fairly flooded with tbe profit able animals. We are gltd to notice this. The stock of cattle is largely on the increase and a good deal of it blooded stock, at that. If we are only given time we will rival the best stock counties in tbts State or any other. Newton Republican. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe road has just iwued a very attractive ''flyer," an nouncing that the road would on January 1st be ready to receive all classes of buinew for all oin:s on the Pacific coast, for by that date a connection with the Southern Pacific will be eSected in Arizona. Tbe low excursion rsten lately givin by the. railroad companies to all who wi.'ned to visit Kansas and Nebraska, hive induced thousands of persons to vi?lt those states. This lime it strikes them fair. The fall wheat looks promising, ther has ben plenty ol rain lately, and the state is in shape to receive visitors. The probabilities are that Kansts and Nenra-ka will have booming crops next year and a booming tide of imm'- gntion also. Keota (Iowa) Eigle. POUT OFFICE HeilUD' l'rom 7 A. M. to 0. P. M. Money Orders issued from 9 A. i. to Or. M. Sundajs excepted. H. J. FnisCEE. I M. It is an indisputable fart that Hall's Hair Recewer renews, cleanes, brightens, invig orates and restoies faded or gray hair to its youthful color and lustre, cheaply, tiuickly and surely. People with gray hair prefer to buy it. rather than proclaim to the world through their bleached locks that they are becoming aged, and psesing on to decay. Chas. L. Bossiter, 195 Summit St., Toledo, Ohio, give: I would not take one thousand dollars for my ExceMor Kidney Pad, if I could not get another. I have gained in three months thirty pounds See Adv. Niiixoii's ceftsiiMpnox ccbk. Ibis is beyond question the mo-l mcce-se-fill Cough Medicine we have ever sob), a few dos e invariably cure the worst cases of Counh, Croup nd ISreircbitis, while its won derful rucceis in tbe turc of (junumption U without r. parallel in the history of medi cine. Since iis fir.t di-covery it has been a)Id on a guarantee, a teal which no other medicine can stand. If ytu have acougli we earnei-ily ask you lu try it. Price 10 crnts, u0 ets and SI. If your lungs are sor , Chest orllick Lame, usShiloh' Porous Plaster. Price 25 ct. S Id by It. J. brmger. Wm II. Pullen, Fowlc rville, Mich., says: I have not rested better for montls than I did la-t night. The "Only Lung Pad" has helped me wonderfully. See Adv. SHILOH'S CATAKKH REMEDY, a marvelous ure for Catarrb, D pthena. Can ker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there b an ingenitui napal injector for the more successful treatment ot the'e com plaints without extra charge. Price 50 cts. boM by 11. J. t-ringer. A.-VSXVEBTUIH tJt'EMTIOX. Why do f o many lieople we see around us seem to prefer to sutler and be miue mtsera ble br Ind'gestion, Con-trualioo, Dizziness I ow of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75 cts we will sell them Shiloh's Viializer, tuaranteed to cure them, sold by H.J r ringer. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Haib Ke- XEWER is a scientific combination of some of tbe most powerful restorative agents in the vegetable kingdom. It restores grsy hair to its original color. It makes the scalp white and clean. It cures dandruff and humors. and falling out of the hair. It furnishes ike nutritive principle by which the hair is nourished and supported. It makes ihe hair moist, soft and glossy, and U unsurpassed as a hair-dressing. It is the most economical preparation ever offered to the public, ss its effects remain a long time, making Only an occasional application necesury. It is re commended and used by eminent medics) men, and officially endorsed by the State As saver of Massachusetts. The popularity of Hall's Hair Renewrr has increased with the test of many years, both in this country and in foreign lands, and it is now known and used in all the civilized countries of tbe world. Fob Sale by all Dealers. The advantage of this portion of Kansas in having direct communication with the Colorado mining region', as a market fi r produce canno be over-estimated. Ibis market grows steadier and higher every year and is sure to develop almost indefi nitely. Before many years manufacturing will be added to tbe industries of the mour tain regions. The mcrease of their popu lation will then be immense. The plains of Kansas must provide most of the food, cer tainty the produce for these people, and they will do it at a profit. The Perkins wind-mill cold by Colvin & Son, near LarneJ, is tbe moot substantial and reliable mill manufactured in the Unit ed S.ates; and they know how t3 put tbe m up to stay; cheap to suit hard times. Try one; it will be better than many dam'. Farmeks anl stock men look to your in terest 1 have on s'and one ff tbe finest Clydesdale Horse in western Kansas. In sure for Ten Dollars. Call and see him at H. 11. Bill's. Livery, Feed and Sale Sta' le. Near the bridge, D(ele Ci y, Ki sis. PCBI.It-ATIOnr NOTICE. OSCAIt I). GllKGOUY and 1EAUIAKL J. IjKEGOUY, non-residents or the Mute el hisnsaa, will laLw noticetlint Henry I.obtiin. of the county of hdeeards, in lhestutvur Kiin?as, on the IGtu ilay of November, 1&0, fiUtl tits pe tition in trie Irietrict Court of Ford county. Mate of Kansas, against the said Oscar II Gregory and lUelut-l J. Un-gory, delerndauts, setting forttl that ttie said defendants made and execut ed their promissory note anil delivered the same to said hlaintifT, Whereby thee promised tw pay LlatntitT IheMim of Fire Hundred DidUrs on or fibre five years alter date with Interrst thereon at the rateof 12 percent cranDurufrorudtr,l!i trreet avaltlf seml-tniltialty oil tue 1st day of April and October, ol each j ear; and to scure the payment of e-ald note ihe id defendants raadeand executed a certal i mtrr(ie deed ui on the lotlowtu? described real ttt..te !o-wi: 1 he southeast quarter of section fill thirty-two in township (llj tivtntv-five south of ftingt- (2.) twenty-two ae.t, con aininir one hundred and sixty ucre-8. Ulthall tenimeuts and atimrtennn-C4-S, uhicli said runrt:iire contained a certain condition, lo-eeit: First, that said parties ot Ihe flrbliarlurejustly indibte-tl to the l-arly vt the eeontl part in the sum of three limidred collars, leiiilurtt loan and paeabl- according to ttie tenor and effect of a ceruin finit moits'aerel estate note pje able as lieloresuteel: and lurlhi r agrrein j ttut ff said parties of the first part tail to pay said lutere&t at tile lime elitn Hie sjme shall become due, then Ihe whole ef said sum thall bedn- due aud payable; the piyltientuf ubieh defrndauts hare iiiadedefuulr, and pray ing judgment for eaiil sum and interest aain-t saiu deitiijanur, ai.d the further onltrlh it said mortgage le loreclostil, and theprtini-eorler-etl sold to salisly said judgmt nt. And unle-s vol! an-everon or belore lite Slhdar of January. lel, said petition will be taken as trueand jul inrnt reuderel acconlingly. Dated tins i h ilay of ove mbrr. 1SS0. It 1'. MVIO.N. I.letkof District Court. PCBI.ICATIO.tr NOTICE. J (I STUI.T. of Fairmiunt. ia Ihe Stlte of sNebraska. vr ill Uke notice that jlyraMultz ol the county of Ford, Mate of Kansas, did on the ttalh elay of Novenil er. A. 11. leeO. file ber intitioiiln thelli-triet ejourt of F.od c-unty. Mate ed Kansas, against the said J. Q Mullx, deft ndaut, setting forth ttial aiie has bren a re idmtol the State or Kansas fr one year last past, ami was a bona file result nt of the county of Ford, Mate of K-insas, at tle date of filing said petition aforesaid, anil thai the defendant .1. Q.Multz and plaintiff are legally and law full married, and thesaid tlefendant had aban donee! plaintiff und lieen entile of grcas neleet of duty toward plaintiff, and pr ing tor Ihe care, custody , nurture and educattoti of Harry Mulls, the iufant child of plaintiff and defend ant; an 1 that plaintiff Ire lorever dieorced from deleudant And unless you an'eeersaid peli. lion on or before the litlh elay of January, l?rd, said lielilfou will be takeu as true anl iudmi nt rendereel accordingly. M W. Mm IIS. noe7-3t Attorney for Plaint. ff HT. I.OCIH POST-DISPATCH A large eight-pai? paper, always made up of tbe latest and iresbost news at home and abroad. Sellable and aoc'irato Market, Financial aud Commercial lle ports and useful agricultural matters, making it one of the very best "evrspa- pcrs for tno Merchant. Mechanic and Far mer. Tbo Weekly Post-Dispatch Is sent postage prepaid for one year at 1VINETY CENTS. Special Cash Commissions to Agents and Postmasters, and Sample Copies sent on application. RATES OF DAILY: One year, postage prepaid - $9 00 Six months " 4 50 Three months " 2 23 Special rates mads for Daily to" Post masters and Agents, and Sample Copies furnished on application. Address rosT-awiaravrcH, l. Lsais, Ss. 1881. 1881. THE Globe-Democrat PROSPECTUS. In i sMi in- its iro5, rectus forlSSI.itie G.olje Democrat can mike no ).romi..e fr th luiurr that it la nut reasunablv .ur ,T fulfilln.n.t judging from Its hmiury in the putt. In lti i rrriuriiiiai runieei jui cioni u was refOnil tOaslhe lead in;,- champion of the UfublicMii cause of the IV rst, adTucatin theiuvu anl the rtnciilea of the great iiartvul Ireeilomand na tionality, and at war the exKnent of Us ad ranc-d thought. Vethall continue that court? unfalteringly in the luture, feo long s the JU publlcan party remains true to the mieiou on which it bet forth iwenty years ao. The election of Junie-t A. Jar field and Center A. Arthur as lkreident and icv lruIentof the Uniieil Mates, hy an iiDqiieotioned majority of the Electoral toted. M-cures in-ace aud irue iTrltytolhe country for four jeurs. Ucb herelhe new Admii.Utrathn will non pain, and steadily hold, tbe Confidence, iot only of the Kepublican )tart,f but ot the nation. by its wis dom ad integrity, as uill as lj lis loal:y to the principle oi theor?anixtiou which placed it in power. The (lobe-licniocrat finnl hopes lobe able to KiVe l'refrldetit Gaifiild acormal and earnest supjM.rt It lliev.B mat he unl do theri?htasbeesit.and that he will brin-to thedi-chargeof his 1'ieBideutul duties a -Mur head, an liouest heart and a lUtirminatiou to Ferve his country to the beet or his ability. Cer tain it i no ruaii ever mtered tbe While House, b Iter titled tlun he by nature, edutatiou and ex j ern nee to furnish uA that we expect trom u pMd lreMdent. lite Kepubhcan party is now more thoroughly united and harmonious than it haslnen in luany 3 ears. There urenu rial 'wiigs tottaud lt ui'tsoftine ladtoDS In it. 1 he CJlnikiizu tlut t.a just clos.d wtldeil it together lu sjltd iuaa against me common ioe. ai.a thireare liow m biglia ot iOsiliicUiiUloi. We betlee IhU tmU t andbaimoby wilt rontiuue tbroitpliout Oen. iiatfield's Aimiuistratiou. nnl will result in a luii-continued leaeent potter lo it. The Dem ocratic power Is bioLeu aud demoralized ile-It-atett under thf het candidate it ho Imd in 20 j ears and not likely ever again to prtseattbe unbroken Iront which the Uepubticaa party bad to meet on tbe 2d of NouuUr, 1no htle national raiber than locul lu its conduct and purHe. the (lobe-Democrat will deutv p4Cial attention to thesaijectut 1mm giaiioii. duiur itsbestto inite the thrflty fauus.ii.uiid nHihanirssiL tbe lli;t acd of Lu rope touettle on the fertile lands of th outhet. andeje clally of the Male ol ilbsouri. This sul jeel hs eotasetl Otirnttinttou in the laiat.and bow that there are lourj ears ul.ta.1 tl ns tree in.m tbe turmoil and excittment id a nxiioiml political ronlivt.wefehall beenableil to pneit addiiioual Ibatiluaud eurg. There is ruoui in the teiri tory tributary to ihe gicat Lity ot M Loui for million of new Inhabitants, and there island enough now un I.led to feed tbe World ir lUlti Taltd to its cajiailly. Toinnte 1 bote in puruu of homes in tbe Wet to tbe fuels Capable ol be in,rho.ncn this subject tball be one ol the t-irt-eialaim-i and featuies of the tilobe-Utmo-ciat. .No newbpajier, Eat or West, U better rqtdp ptdttnn the Globe-lemociit for thecolUctiou and publication ot news irom all paitsolthe world Our list of special coirefi'iideuls Cov ers all the news centers in this tountry aa-i in Europe, atid I hey are iuitiu.ted to iare no la bor or expense in procuring tbe latest and in t reliable information and tran-ruittutj it t.romi -tly by telrraph. Our t-pcll .ilegr h reiv.ee has bren traily incie-a-ednnil inii'oVti in 'be pafrtj ear until It ranks aaiiig the most ldxr.il in ihe West, and it is our inttntion t.t continue in this dtreition, availing ours Ues of evtrt o lortituity to improve thi journal us un uiipar tialreconl of current ienU the worMovrr. Oar Wtekly readers n III pet tlv itul benetit ot Ids service in ieltctioi s lrom the most Inijor lsntof the dt-patchtssent to the llsily ulobe Uemscrat. In ns commercisil reports the G oW-Democrat hasalwvs been unnvaleil am uu itseotmtora-rie-. No J turnjl in tbe West Ppajs to inu,b u. lent ion to tullnrss and accuntcy iniviti,; luitn lulrtflexot ths maikets fiom day today and from wtk to week. In this depaituient we xhall alo keep pae with tbe j; rowing deir.auds ot M. Iui aut tbe Wert in all that i to be x Mcted from a great neuspaper publbheil in the commercial metropolis oi the Misaiaeippi Val leV. Ve shall aim. in addition to a weekly record of current events. toiresetitour readtis wih a newspaper lor the 'Farm, the Kandly ami the Ftrelde Special attention Will be given to thee-et-eicral departmeutn,wbl(.h hatf betu con. picnous leatures of tbe iilobe-hemociat in the post. hi;bscritio. prices. IA1I.V. Includinz Sunday, per year $11 00 Without Mtndar, per year 11 W IncIutJin &uudayt in clubs of Three and upwards 11 W Without &undny, in Juhs ofTlitee and upwanls 10 00 TRI-WEEKLY. TneFflavs, r rldrjs and UIdaysl per year 3 00 In clubs of lire and upwards 4 w SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fridata 3 00 In clubs of live ami upwards 2 50 WEEKLY, One Dollar Per Year, Payable In advance. Special rat to Agents. Kemiitsnceittdmiild be mide by United Males I'ott Office Money Orders, bank droits, or regis tered letter, whenever it can be dne. Direc tions should be made plainly, giving name of )ost office. Count and State. Addrtsoall Mters (.I.OilE PRINTING COM PANY. 4T. LOUIS, MO. NeTICK. TJ. S. LAND OFFICE, I Lamed, Kansas, Nor, 10, XifeO. Complaint having been entered at this office by George A. W lioedecker against JIaz S. Uul lock lor abandoning his Homestead Entry No. SSii, dated Decembers. 1S70. upon the East of South Weft qr, section t, towin-htp 2fl S, range Si wtst. In Ford county. Kansas, with a view" to the cancellation of said entry: thesaid par ties are herebr summoned to ai pear at this of fice on the 17th day ol December, JatO, at 9 o'clock, a. ni to respond and litrnisb testimony concerning said all ged abandonment. novl5t c. A MORUId. Register.