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Y)AILY EVENING LEADER.
HIHWII, " l l‘T 1' 1111 LI j I
BY TELEGRAPH
KKitmTEi* e.vjmiessly rou the kvexino lkadeu
LnNt Eveninff’H Report.
THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.
A NAPOLEONIC MANIFESTO.
~“r~ _
THB BIBIABCK VAYBE MIHBINCE
IMPORTANT LIBEL SUIT.
Negroes for Congressmen.
Brussels, Sept. 22. —A British
diplomatist arrived yesterday on
route to tlie headquarters of the King
of Prussia, on an Important mission
connected with peace negotiations.
Florence, .Sept. 22.—Throughout
Italy are enthusiastic demonstrations
of popular approval over the occupa- j
tion of Horae.
Bp.Ri.fN, Sept. 22.—ft is under
stood that Napoleon is preparing a
manifesto to the French people. The
members of the late French Senate
and Corps Legishitif will probably
reassemble at Limoges. The nego-
tiation between Bismarek and Favre
has not progressed beyond debating
the question of guarantees thht tin
constituent assembly shall accept tin
conditions agreed nr-n.
Tours, Sept, 22. — Nothing definite
has been received from Paris to-day.
There is great activity among the
troops-lierc. Many are leaving with
all possible haste. It!- r porb..l li. .
the governmental delegates r'.sj
leave. Hundreds of pcixons lmve ar
rived iiore from Bloi, wlio left there
because of fear that the Prussians
will soon enter.
Washington, Sept. 22.—The Pro--
blent lea vet Long Brandi Tuesday
for Cambridge to place his son i:i
school, ami than he will visit Co uedrd,
N. 11., where Miss Nellie attends
school. From there the Preside:-.:
returns to Long Branch, and on Fri
day evening of next week l.e starts
on his return to this city.
New York, Sept. 22. —Dunham
Thayer, publishers of the Times,
were sued In the Superior Court for
libel, by J. W. Simonton, of llie As
sociated Press. The matter complain
ed of consists of a series of articles
n-liich tlie plaintiff avers reflect--d
u|»oii his |>crsonal integrity in the
administration of the adilirs of the*
Associated Press. Simonton's friends
claim that these articles wore unpro
voked, and so clearly malicious ns to
leave him no other recourse than to
force the assailants to fare their own
charges in court. The retd estate of
the defendants, to the amount of *!<',-
000, was attached to abide the result
of the suit.
Richmond, Ya., Sept. 22.—The
Republican Congressional Nominat
ing Committee for tlie First Virginia
District, yesterday nominated Dr.
Norton colored,) for Congress. The
white members of the convention
withdrew and nominated Dr. Doug
lass. Thu contending parties to-day
ugreed to submit their dtiliculties to
the Natjouid Executive Committee
for arbitration.
j PERKINS, STERN «V CO’S
B STANDARD
u ; California Wines
AND
HbfRAPE BRANDIES.
■ } 31 A3O iliailt Sliocl
Clilojsp;o, 111.
It. WUITEHE.VD. \ . W, OOJBLETT
wiUTRHKA O Sc COPLit 7T,
A I I« 'KMA . nr
flee, weit side K.ldy atrv. t. adjoluing city
hull building, Chevt'Diie. • rJlif'
MARKKA cl K (RCII)K
BEING a private in*tructor for married per*on«
«m tliu-e nl>vut to be married, b.dii malo mid
female. In everything concerning tho physiology
relation* of our sexual system, und tfio 'produc
tion and prevention of’ofl#nrlng. iuelnnlng all
the newdl*co\erie*never beiore -i' ell in the Eug
linh languuge; by WM. YOt NU. M. I». Thi* i*
really h vnluahle nnd lntcroftting work. It l*
written In » ‘uln language for the general rennet,
and i* illustrated with numerous engraving./
All young married people or those contempt:!.-
ing marriage, and having tlie lt:a*i iinpe<linieut to
married life, should read this book, it disclose*
secret* that every one should lie acquainted with;
Hill it I* it book that mu-i Im* locked up and not
li* about the house.lt wili be sent to any udtlres*
<•0 receipt of 80 cent*. Address Dr. Win. Young,
N“ Id’. Spruce Street.nboveFoiirth. IMiiludelphia.
A? i dted anu UsnntTMATK. No matter wlint
in" b*-' onr disease, before you place yourself
ui. 1 ‘ *r the lure of any of the notorious quacks
•j i.J.ij nn*| foreign—who advertise In this or any
»;her pope : , got a copy of |»r. Young’s Book mill
x-ad i» > : ■•■fullv. It will be the means of saving
o-.i main a dollar, your bculth uud possibly
our lit*-.
i»r Young can be consulted on any of the dls
i»e- de«enlM-il in hi- publications, at hi* office,
•>. IHi Spruce street above Fourth, Philadelphia.
nc.gtw 1\
*. m. eqiiSHAW,
S< .cJUvcuih sirk**-.:- Cheyenne, W. T.
Fumlfhes to order
COFFINS OF EVERY KIND,
Embracing inctaUc burial «:*.»*-. walnut und
ro- -«rnod coffins, a* well a* the same of plaluci
•noTTrlultc. of every size desired.
PRICING'S CELEBRATED
CIDER VIKTE&An.
Warranted pure. uniat abb*. iim! to preserve
Pickles. Firm ontnimns awarded at the U. S.
i *i!r, 'lie Illinois State? Fair, and Chicago City
1 t Largo rd worki* of the kind in the Lulled
» ■ ic*. Ktinbllshod IHI4.
CHAC F PRUSSiNG,
•jj'.t A :i IlSlol i'lilraco.
OFFICIAL
LAVVS OFTHE UNITED ST ATES
, i Pxu*msk the Secondmelon of the XLht VOngree*.
fPmuc No. IRS.]
AN ACT to couMfrno certain act* Un rein cited,
in relation to u«.iont-
He it enact eel by the Senate and Ib>>n» of Rtprr
genteitirr* of the Untied State* of America in Con
grr** a**embleil. That net I tier the act of .July
i twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six.
entitled •• An net increasing the ncnalons of
widows and orphans, and for otherj purpose*,"
1 nor the net of July iwcniy-scventh, efgnteeu hun
| dre.l and sixty-eight, entitled •• An net minting to
pension!*,** -hall lie ho construed aa to Increase I
' the ninonnt directed to he paid In onv special act \
of Congress granting n pension; nor shall said
< nets bo construed so uk to reduce the same when
! ever *nch net fixe* definitely the amount of pen
sion to which the persou the ruin named shall be
entitle d. in exerts of the rate fixed by general law
for the rank In respect to which such special
pensions may hate been or may hereafter be
Br §Ec\*2. And be If further enacted. That tills act
ahull have the effect to restore to the persons
; affected hereby any iami heretofore withheld
I from them by the construction hereinbefore
prohibited.
Approved, July 7, IS7O.
I [Frm.tc—No 130.]
AN ACT to change the times of boldine the cir
cuit and district court* ot the United Slates In
the northern district of Ohio.
He it enact'd by tl* Senate and Ilnute of Ttepre
tehtufin* oj th> Unit'd state* rtf America in Con
greet aeteihbUd. That, Instead of the limes now j
fixed by law. the circuit add district court* of tins
t’nited Stater for the northern tll-trlrt of Ohio
shall hereafter bo a* follows: at Cleveland. Ohio,
on the first Tuesday* In the month* of January. I
April, and October, In each year: him! all recogni
zance*, indictment*, or other procuediiig*. civil
and criminal, now pending In cither of said eonri*.
-hall bo entered and have day in court, and be
heard and tried according to the times of holding
raid court* a* herein provided.
Approved, July 7, IB*o. %
[PcmLIC -Xo. MO.]
AN ACT to incorporate tin* Lulled States Free
hold Land and Emigration Company. ami to con
firm curtain legislation in Colorado Territory.
fie it enact cel bej th• Senate amt ffon*e of Itepre- {
of {/" United State* of America in ('on
i are** rft. -/ inbltel. That William Gilpin, Ambrose
K. Burnside. H. L.M*. Uni-low, Clmrle* A. Lambard.
William 11. Heyuoidi>. Hiram liilclicoek, Henry
i W. Gniy, Morion O. KIMu r, find such other per
rons as may be associated with them and ilielr
| successors. Bin hereby created a body politic and
corporate, in the Territories of Colorado and New
Mexico, by the name, style, and title of the * Uni
ted siater Freehold Land and Kmigration Cum- :
pany. ” and by that name shall have succession. j
and * lif. 11 be able to site and be sued, plond and
be impleaded, defend and bo defended, In ail prop
i er court* of law and equity, mid may make and
have a common ne.il.
! Si.,. d. An I I J further enacted, That the
capital stock ofth • said c >ri>oratlon *hali be two
and on. half million* of tit. Mars, divided into
share* ul did- hundred duller* each, nnd the asm
' nnl j . ;
! tr;m*fe :d>l* ou the boohs of the company only,
mid such capita! cock may i,< lucre.i.-.ed froin
time to t’nic to lL< e-:ient nece-y-vry to carry out I
• >!)’ ■ -for w hl>'!i tin* stti 1 compr.D •i* formed,
inr c reeding ill tlie whole Ild.' ruin of ten million
! dollars, upon a vote of two-thirds in umount of
tit- stock for the time bring in favor .of *sttc!i
i inert aim.
, Si ■ A 'dir it r ,1. chd. Tirol tlie wild
I company shall have power to make Mich by-law * ,
n« It been » proper for the di<-position of it* pr<q>-
j erty t.id t>l -te, and for the luan-'T •nent of 11*
lin’ine.’* and affair*. for t!»-• regulation of f< •
, term of office < f Rtf c,beers, and their duties, nnl j
j
. and ! name to uni'-nd or rc,*« dn< pleasure; |
I nrnn'i. l. That Mich by-law •» .-nail not conflict
with any l.i'v of the I'nlied s* or of the 'fer- |
; ritorie . i.f Color i ionud Nfc*r Mexico,or theStifte*
• which may bo formed therein.
Si l bo/ /< fu, t'.-riiC'd.-d, Thill tho cor
i por; torn ii;;i u £ lu thi i h‘i!- i..e d!rp<tor*
r.»r the flrpf year from the organlz-itldn rs the
• company, and ttulll other* ar<- oleco ,i: nnd sn* i •
after annual eloc'ions of dire- to.. , id 1 let** ihnn
live or more thnn nine in Tiumie;r: :1 he held
Iby tho stockholder . : ..•:■■■ *o hi: cnllotl for
| that purpose, at which e::- u -: ->i plot k pi. s
■ ul in person or by pi o ;y «|i* 'I t ; entitled to one
voie. and 'lhi nmlo"!ly t ’ ‘hill elect.
Src. fi. And /•• t furth ■ rf.Ttw the gene
-1 rul objects of slid: < >.‘»>oraTor >ire, aodare. hereby
| declared to 1-e. ftp follows:'l'u -i oic intienc » -
i age emigration io nnsl **--.ib!ish ♦»«*!11 i*»r>- • i i
tin laud* of Hftldeor.it>:.!:V \n I'.ie Si».n *.■>.■ 1’ I
•.I the i' ....
. and, in ronr.c* ilon ilv rewtfh, to -ueli 1
■ agcnc'u'b #** I» iQ.*ty «!•_ etn ih-i*lia,Me; to p 'rebuff. I
' li.Vbi. b*ii*e. *«-M. r and nmri mi" wiv • l opt ate t‘i t
n »to In ih • San Louis Vn r
either of them, now owned or n ntr.o . -d for l»v
an vof the person* named In’ho first -eeiio-.i • f
i this act, with any co-ienum. thereof, his or their
heirs or usslgu* : to survey, lav out. and impro e
• lie same: to establish, maintain, and operate j
wagon road* found upon i» h properly: to eon
- rm i and mriiitaln a rallrond nnd tele"rapli line ,
Jrum any point on land* of tilt* said company In
: *ho Sun 1.0 Aif Park, to the in.-iresl and mo-: 1
practicah.lo point on either the Kiisih.:* Pacific
Kii.lroud. the Union Ihi' ilie liallrond. tin- Denver i
itrnnch itailr -ad. ori .e Atchison; Topeka and i
Santa Fe Railroad, an<l ii.e said comprin- . for tin- |
. purpose of building und operating sticii r.iilr I. j
t tnro
lands of tin* I nlted ?taf« s from an f between the
points aforesaid, the suitl right of v- v beinto
tin* extent or iwu hundred Got on each side of
-aid railroad line; nnd such corjwra iou -hnU 1
I*' ' - alt the franchise* ner *.»«ary ennblo o ,
to build nnd operate such railroad for the ir-ui*
porfajh “ ol frolgljt ivp'l P**' 1 senders, »u>l io colleet
and r*-celve cor.pcinatlun tln-r- for; and the pow
er-. privilege*, and (YftTieht*. * C' !iferre*l on e>>r
porutious bv and ttndet the provision* of chapter
eigliti-ell of the re*. i*«:d statute/, of Colorado, or of
rn> nnd all tiMendmcals thereto, are hereby con
firmed to and Invested in Mild corporal ion. sub
j. . t i * i ..1 *tin ute* for ihe iiitrposcH of this net:
/*/ •< . /. Fhttt tills act -hall not be construed to
I'crmit -uM ci in, any t*> acquire title to any other
!: 1 * ur real estate ilym such us is. above iu.cn
| Honed. , ■ . . -•
Sk> l’>. And belt further tr,acted. That shell
! cocporailon mny mnk • mid dispose of it* bonds
;or other obii : •.n-* in itch amounts, nt such
rates, mu' on si" ii tern. • a* it may deem most for
| it* Interest, for tlio purpo-o of borrow-jug money
I for 1 te purpose* utoromifi. and may pccuro the
s one by amor! -4:011. ..-o all or unv part of it*
roperty and all lis fiam .’ii*es. nnd may make
j ibe Millie nnd lio* interest thereon pavublc at
such place ir places u ii may deem proper. an<l
I niav hold aud transfer such real estate nforesaitl
I and personal property ns miiv be nficefisary for
the currying onb ofP* general purpose*, anil may
issue it* stock nnd bonds for property and again
exchange its oropertv for It* bond* or slock, nnd
1 in 11 y cuavert -ii» • of its obligation* at the option
of the holder*, into stoek .*f the'eompany without
lurttier action of the stockholder*.
Bxc. 7. And (te U Ja.ther enacted. That tills*
n-t shall take effect immediately,uml shall at nil
time* be uul'joct to amendment or repeal by L’on
gress, and snid corporation shall be subject to
tho g*'ticr.il law* of *ald Territories, and Ibe
stall formed tlicrtdn, operating upon all corpor
ations equally.
ApprovedfJbly A. 1870.
SI7I.IIWO.NS,
TERRITORY OF WYOMING, / .
CorsTY ok Uinta. »’
In the District Conrt of Uinta fouiUv. Second Jd
dieial district, John W. My era, Plaiui Iff.*
Vs
James \V. Davis. M. B. Sprague nnd FranJi Do
ran t. I’nrtncr* doing business under the name
nnd firm, style of J. \V. Dftvi*, and Ascociute*,
Defendants:
SfMMONM.
To Tin a nova nameu iikkhnuants.—
You are hereby summoned, und requested to
answer the petition of the plaintiff 111 the above
entitled caune. which yon will find on file In tlie
office of the Clerk of the Second District Court,
for the County of Uintu. within thirty days of the
serving of this summon* upon you, exclusive of
the day of service. The plaintiff prays judgment
against you for the sum of Thirteen Thousand
nnd thirty-nine 81100 dollars t513.tQ9.84) together
with legal interest ou the sum of Nineteen thou
sand three hundred and slxty-twotlollar- if
from Hu* auth day of December. A. D. 1809, until
the 4tli day of January A. 1). lb7J, und Interest 011
the Thirteen Thousand and thirty-nine Si-bAI dol
lars. from the 4th duy of January A. I>. 1870, until
paid.
If you fall to plead, answer or demur to said
petition, within the time aforesaid, the same will
lie taken os confessed by you mid judgment en
tered accordingly, with the prayer of said Petition
er.
ED. C. JACOBS. Clerk of District Court.
SNOW A HUGE, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
|v-fi-ffvr
a. v. root.EsoNu. u. w. koolkbo.nu.
FQQLESQNG & CO.,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer* lu
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY fiOODS,
DRESS QOODS, LADIES' SHOES,
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS, NOTIONS, ETC.
I.argest Stwli iu Wyoiniuf;.
mclitil-.'lin
Royal Havana Lottery!
OF CUBA.
*300,000 tn Gold Drawn Every Seventeen Day*.
F*ri/.e* rushed nnd Inform at ion furnished: the
highest rates paid tor Doubloons. Spanish Bank
Note* and all jclmls of Gold nnd Silver aud Gov
ernment Securitie*. TAYLOR A CO.,
Hankers No. J 6 Wall «, N. Y.
CLOTHING, ETC.
u . r. n. jr.
CLOTHING HOUSE.
B. & I. HELLMAN,
Sixteenth street, Obryennc, Wyoming, Wholesnls
and Retail DdtiefN in
CLOTHING!
AND
CENTS’ Fill NISH INC GOODS.
Our stock comprise* the following goods made
and trimmed In the best style :
CASBIMERE SUITS,
ENGLISH MELTON SUITS !
FINE BEAVER SUITS,
BEAVER AND CHINCHILLA OVERCOATS,
BOVS CLOTHING,
HATB A.RT3D CAP’S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SOLi LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISES.
All our good* an* guaranteed oh represented an
Hold at Eastern price*. fcblO-lj" '
J. H. MARTIN,
SUCCEHHOn TO CORrjrOKTH ir.ir»l n
Wholesale-Grocer
ANI) PB.-.LSa IN
Canned Goods !
DRIED FRUJTS !
wink liqitout
pnov:s:r,:;r. a::d grain.
Eddy street, Corner 1 7*lj,
cii ZYV.ziy.il, v;vc::::;u.
foMO-tf
p/!rr /A p-S
t.J VJ w w.J • C-/ ,W»y*f
Hncfcssors to
~. A. ALLEN C. CO.,
Wbolesftld and Rutail
Druggists!
EAST SIDE EDB V . CORNER OF ALLEY BE
TWEEN SIXTEENTH AND SEV- ’
ENTEENTH STREETS.
Dealer* In
enuos, c!!^!?als.
PATENT MEDICINES |
varnish i:::rsircs, pancv coons,
HAIR CIL,
TOILET ARTICLES,
Trusses. Ra&Cagca, r.ie.
Wd offer fdperior lnd it cement* to retail rtealerat
We keep constantly on band the . r. • and be*.
*r!ected *to-k on the line of the l uion Pacific
Railroad. We buy fer cn*h only, thn* emibling ;
u* to *i-ll lower tliun «uy drug hout-e In the city, j
ilStr I
PARSSiI & C 3,
Succe**orH to C. 11. Pickclt,
AUCTION
AKO
COMMISSION
MEnOIIANTS,
SEVENTEENTH STREET
CHEYENNE, \V. T.
Particular Attention
TO SALE OF STOCK.
rebJO-ly
SHERIFF SALE.
TERRITORY OF WYOMING, »
County of Laramie. f '
Willi* A Andre*eu
v*.
Gllne* & V«tltft**el,
By virtue of an execution Untied out of the DUtrict
Court of the l*t Judicial l)l*trlct of Laramie
County, Wyoming Territory, on n Judgment in
raid court agniu*t Oline* it \ anln-Hcl. nnd in
favor of Willi* Jt Andre*en. for tho *utn of two
huudriMl and eight dollar* *lxty-*!x cent* ($208.(501,
I have levied ou the following denarlbod property
a* the property of naid Oline* A- Vh«titn*Hel. to
wit: The en*t (wentv-two (*«) feet of lot No. live
(. r >i. lu block No. (Im'e hundred ami nluetv tBJM),
nnd the wm»t twenty-two (*•»» feet of lot No. »ix
! (fit. In block No. three hundred and ninety
| in the city of Cheyenne, in *ald county, making
in all fbrly-fourtUi) feet front lug on 10th Hired, nnd
1 running back one hundred and thirty-two (132)
feet, together with nil the appurtenance* nnd ini
provement* *itunted thereon, which I will *ell to
the blgheHt bidder for cft*l> on Thuradny, the Hth
! day or September, 187il betwern the hour* of l'»
| o’clock a. iu. und ‘J o’clock t». in. i»f *aid day, at
| the court hourc door iu *aiu county, to
1 bald execution and co*t*.
S. M. PRES HAW,
SherUTLar/unic Connlv Wy. Ter.
i ftugfitofcpt?
FIRE-ARMS.
FRUEND & BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds of
FIRE-ARMS !
AHD
AMMUNITION!
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,
SPORTING APPARATUS,
Os every description. East aide of Eddy street,
Chiyennc.
Pioneer Gunsmiths
OF THE WEST I
And *ol« »gcnt* for the Winchester Repeat Inc
RIFLES & CARBINES
These arm* arm* arc pa'i-irnlarly adapted foi
defence ngalnet
Indian A-ttacksi
AND FOR HUNTING ITRPOSES.
Agont* for E. L. Dupont’* and DeNemonr* am
Company's Celebrated
Sporting and Mining Powder!
ALL KINDS OF
Fiscd & Loose Ammunition
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Gr
in nil its branches, done with
Scientific Precision i
All good? sold by us 're pr. ".ranlced to bs r.» rep
resezittid.
Branch hstisef at
80UTN 7A6JL AND LARAMIE CTTY, W. TER.
feolO-ly,
patejtt iitrncvsD
niC'CKCEt-XiOAma'o
SPORTING RIFLES.
Calibre—23-ICO, 32-100. 38-1,00 4G-ICO and 50.10 C.
every Rifle Warranted,
And money refunded If not satisfactory.
UiSt: CARTRIDGES
OR LOOSE AiniUOTTION.
MAKE YOUR OWN CARTRIDGES.
“Southerner” Pistols ,
(.Brccch-Louding Derringer,) half-ounce Ball larger
than Navy.
REMiNGTON’S PISTOLS I
colt s rrsTOLs,
SMITH &WFSSOK PISTOLS!
CARTKIUGES ALL ILIXDS,
Guns, Flasks and Pouches,
WADS, CAPS, ETC’., ETC.
ALFORD, FARR, A CLAPP,
JVo IG. Warren Sired,
feblO-tf Broadway, (up-stairs) Now York.
L MURRIN & CO.,
iriiouslu DK.i.rits in
Forolifii Doiiu-hU.!
.
LIQUORS !
!
WINE S, •
|
Tobacco & Cigars.
17TH STREET,
Between Eddy aud Ferguson.
SMITH’S COLUMN.
PETER SMITH’S
€EH€A&O
Revolution Store!
COENEE
a.2id ¥7 th
STHr^TS.
CHEYENNE, WYOT33.
CHEAPEST STORE
THIS SIDS 0? Cr.IAKA.
Thi* Establishment, recently opened, ha* con
ntaatlj on hand a
j Uull assortment
OF
*
CLOTHING!
Boots and Shoes.
HATS & GAPS.
NOTIONS !
POCKET AND TABLE
0
CUTLERY!
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CITY AN!) COC.VntY
D E A. L E R S
Are requested to call and
EXAMINE STOCK & PRICES.
BEFORE VISITING EASTERN MARKETS.
LAND CRANT BONDS. :
OEffivEtf&Bno
BANKERS,
No. 40 South Third street,
PHILADELPHIA.
UNIOW.PAC2FBC R. R.
Land Grant Bonds!
OFFERING FOR SALE, ct he*t mar
t , kcl i>. ice,
TP” P *PRWTIQ
■ ietmmliiJ LuXi-i I tL’w'*fl>o
cr tot
Up rr> d ?r»T*. 7 -‘ry
■ t • k« a•. a V 4. . Ma
TUtT AJ.VCJtT, IT! XLt, TO
©10,000,000,
linn Tivcnitj Years i
Seven Per Cent. Interest! i
They nr* Conpon U*»nd* of one thousand do
lor* if 1,000) each, and are secured by
A FIRST MORTGAGE
' '
ON ACOCT
14,000,000
Acres of Land
Being nil the lands which the Union Pacfidc R.
U. Co. now have or shall hereafter acquire from
the United State.-, e. cdpt the lands which are or
) shall be included In the Railroad and Telegraph
Line of said company, or used for the construe-
I tion or operation thereof, for the track, yards, de- .
j pot grounds, blindings, or erections thereof.
It will readily he seen that un average of (75)
j seventy-five cents per acre for the lands of tlie
I | Company, will retire the whole issue of Land :
1 Grant Bonds, thus reducing the interest liability |
of the Company to that extent.
The Company receive their Land Grant Ronds :
for their faco and accrued interest, in payment of
all lands sold by them.
The Union f'ae.illc Railroad Company com >
menced the sale of their land July 28tn. IRC9.
The land now offered for sale ranges from |
j $2.50 to S2O Pcv Acre,
AND EJIEn.VCES SOME Os TIIE
Very Best Farming Land!

THE COHI PAN IT HAS.
ALnEADT TUB SALES AMOUNT TO
1 30,000 Acres Monthly !
AND MOSTLT
TO ACTUAL SETTLE!!*.
) A« the entire revenue from the sales of the
antis of the Company Is pledged to the redemp
tion and cancellation of the Land Grant Ronds of
the Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Land
Grant Bonds will necessarily become scarce anti
high in price, ns the lauds sole'., are the pro
ceed e arc Invested by the Trustees of the Bond
holders In the Land Grant Conds. The Land
Grant Bonds or tho Hannibal &, Nt. Joseph 11. R.,
are 10H hid and none offered; there is no reason
why these bonds may not rule that high at some
future time. *
For further particulars address
Dealers in Securities. Philadelphia
PATENT
■ . >d||
ARION
Piano Fortes!
COMBINES MANNER’S FOUR
Symplifying Patents,
TIIE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER
USED IN PIANO FORTES.
PATENT AR.IOIV
REVERSED
WOODEN
AGRAFFE.
patent Amour
COMPOUND
WREST
PLANK.
IPiITSUT ARSON
FULL
IRON
FRAME.
FATTEiri'r union
SUSTAINING -
IRON
PAR.
A Few He arsons
WHY THE
AKlOfa PIANO
*
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
The AnrON PIANO FORTE Im* Greater Power
than any other Plano Forte Manufactured.
-
IT WILL STAND IN TI NE LONGER,
nn«l lu it* mechanical con* Intel ion it is more per
fect. and. therefore, more durable than any In-*
•trumvnt coiiHtructcd in tho nsnal modern style.
The arrangement of the Agraffe, the manner of
stringing, the pccnliar form and arrangement of
the Iron Frame,
SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS.
The use of a bar (which Is a pnrt of the Iron
Frame) on a line with the heavy steel stringing,
gives
Great Strength
wJiero most needed, and in this respect all other
•inoa fall.
i The construction of tho WREST PLAftK, int& r
' which the Timing Plus are inserted. Is such that
! lr is impossible for the pine to become loosened,
or the Wrest Plunk itself to split, as Is too often
, the case in other Piano-Fortes.
The Extraordinary Evoiiiicm
I throughout the scale, the excellent Siugluc
! Quality, the
j Length and Purity or Vibration,
! II go to prove what we claim, viz., that the
j 1
Arion Piano-Forte
I a n
1S Til E BEST INSTRUMKBT MAN UFACTURED
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! AGKNTS WANTKD.
|
First class and responsible Agents wanted In
' every City and Town when we have not already
appointed them.
Wrilr for Circular, which wc mail free, or en
close two three ccut stamps for the ARION
PAMPHLET, which contains a lull account of the
fuinous blindfold trial, and other valuable infor
mation to those contemplating purchasing a Plano
i Forte.
■»«. TT ~
. . ... n
I N. 8.-Wo Million the pnl.llc from
a cheap Plano, which has recontly been put In the?
! market, bearing the nnme "Arion.’' All gt Abide
Arion Pianos bear the name "Patent Arlou, anu
can only bo purchased from our New York, ware
rooms, or our authorized Agents throughout the
United Stutos.
’ All Hindu of Munlcml luulru
went* supplied*
i
ADDRESS THE
, ARION PIAKO - FORTE CO.,
NO. 504, BROADWAY,
I
anglfidAwty New York fslh\‘

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