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DAILY EVENING LEADER.

FRID.IV, »ih>THllli:il J 3
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
UNION PACIFIC RAItROAI*.
A Kill VK rm»M KA«n. DEPART W**T.
Passenger linitnoon. i Passenger . 13:J>p.m.
Mixed .3.00 p. m. | Mixed 3.30 p.m.
F-ehjhf 3:13 a. m. | Freight. «:1» a. m
r»c. Kx. Fri 13.0 J m. 1 Pnc. Bx. Fri.U 30p. ra.
AIUUVE FROM wm. DCPAirr tA*T.
PasMnger 1:13 p. in. f Passenger. .2:<w p. nL
Mixed 9:30 p. m. ! Mixed ... l«':t*»p.ra.
Freight 4:»*. m. I Freight.. t..lftn. in.
At. Ex. Tuc-i .. 1;13 p. in. | At. fix.Tucs 9:00 p. ni.
Trains betwesn Laramie and Omaha run on
Omaha time, which is 33 minutes faster than
Cheyenne into, and Cheyenne time go>crn* trains
went of Laramie.
DENVER PACIFIC RAILROAD.
ARIUVB FROM SOFTH. DETAIIT SOUTH.
Express 11:43 a. m. I Express 1:40 p m.
Freight 7:35 p. in. | Freight G:of.» . «...
Trains on the I) P.Railway run on Omaha time.
Hall Arrival* and Departure*.
Until further notice ihc Posintflca w ill be open ,
for dollverv and reception of mail matter from 7 l i ;
a. ni to 74 p.m. daily, except Sundays, and on
Sundays from 13:3) p m to 3p. m.
Money order office open from S a. m. to 6 p. m. ,
dally, except Sundays.
close at 13 o'clock daily
Eastern mails close at 1:3*» p. in. daily.
Denver Pacific If ft., including Denver' and ;
souihern mails, close at 1:15 p. iu. dally, except !
Sunday- 1 .
Mails arrive from east dally al 12 m., and
from the west dally at 1:15 p. m.
Malls arrive from Denver, Col., and way. via
Denver Pacific it. It., at 11:43 a. m. daily, except
Sundays.
Mall's close for For! Laramie and Fort Fetter
man on Xondai a and Thursdays at 5 p. m.
Mails arrive from Fort 1.-ironic and Fort Fet
termun Sunday* and Thnr-dav* at 4'j p. ni.
W. W. CORLfcTT. Postmaster. i
■■■'■ ■■■ 1
Lust evoninff’a telpgranis, ami other |
matter will he fnuml on the inside
jingo? of to-days paper.
—Large numbers of thorough-bred j
cattle, horses, sheep, clc., are passing
through this place for Colorado.
—“Deacon” Walker, of the Den-!
ver Tribune, was in town to-day. \J \
—Helena, Montana, is to have n
Chinese newspaper. It is reported i
that “Sing Lee” is to run the con
cern. The talent of sevenil All I’oo’s
is likewise engaged.
—The Denver News lias a notice
of the finding of u printing press
imbedded in the sand nearly a mile
below the site of the old Neict office
in Cherry creek from whence it was
washed by the groat flood of 1864.
Some idea of the power of "flip water,
may lie obtained when it is known
flint the weight of the press was
nearly a lon, and had no frame work
or foundation under it which could
have added to its buoyancy.
—Probably the most saucy class of i
persons in the whole country ut this .
time nre to lie found among the
sleeping car-attaches on northern
railroads. They are usually favored j
mulatto i>ets of somebody, and the
little authority given them over the j
.comfort of passengers entrusted to j
their care, makes them impertinent
and disagreeable. We lmve in our
mind a number of such who nrc a
disgrace to their employers. On a
recent trip East, wo observed, in a ,
weeks’ time, no less than three dif
ferent negro porters on Pullman
Hues, whose continued stale of intox
ication added to the acquired brutish
impudence of tlie fellows. A change
in these matters would be hailed
with satisfaction by the traveling
public.
—Denver is to lie lighted with illu
minating gas by the middle of De
cember next. The people possessed
an abundance of other varieties of
gas long ago.
—lt is some sort of consolation to
those who may hereafter have the
fortune to serve on U. S. Juries, to
know that the compensation for this
service has been fixed at three dollars
per day. _
—Pains have prevailed in Omaha
steadily the past twenty-four hours,
and, with intermissions, for a couple
of weeks. The rain fall throughout
nil the western States is unprecedent
ed for this time of year.
—J. 11. Martin Esq., left for the
West to-day on a business trip.
—Those gentlemen who value n
stylish and nic l fitting suit'of cloth
ing, can secure that article for very
moderate prices by sending tluir
measurement to Mr. J. 11. Stein, No
234 Famlinm street, Omaha, the ad
vertisement of whoso house appeals
in this paper. In varied assortment
of goods, and correct lit, which Mr.
Stein insures, no house West excels
the above institution.
Messers Harper ami Housinan
lmve just received n large lot of the
celebrated ant-dust and elegant
parlor stoves which, they will dis
pose of to suit tlie times. sept23-2w
—A new and beautiful lot of fash
ionable Ladies suits forfall and win
ter wear, just received, at Marks,
Meyers & Co.’s. sept23-4t
—Tlie Moore House, Fifteenth
street, hn= changed lianas. Mr. A.
Waldsclimidt is the new proprietor
who has taken the house and will
snare no pains to merit a continuance
of the liberal patronage whieli the
Moore House enjoyed.
nlGtf
* ,
—Turkisii and scotch PlAids, tlie
finest assortment ever displayed iu
Cheyenne is to bo found at Marks,
Myers A Co.’s. sept 23-4
Eaot.e House, 15th street, A. Billi
ons, proprietor, is tlie best place to
board Jn this city—s7 per week, or 1$
per day. Good rooms ul moderate
prices. nug3l-tf
Keno! Kexo! ! Free Lunch and
devil among the tailors every even
ing at Ford <£ Lindenmcler’s Billiard
Hall, Sixteenth Street, sept 23-3 t
—Tlie Hearth nnd Home , a finely
illustrate*! family journal of a high
character, hitherto issued by Messrs.
Pi.ttknoili., Dates & Co., liu.s been
purclmssed by Messrs. Orange Judd
A Co”, of 245 Broadway. New York,
the well know publishers of the
i American Agriculturist. Messrs. S.
M. Fettengii.l A Co., whose great
Advertising Agency, established in
1 1819 is one of the largest and most
reputable in tlie world, find that
their extensive business requires their
exclusive attention, and they there
fore transfer Hearth and Home to
Jhe new Publishers, whose long ex
perience and abundant facilities will
enable them not only to maintain
ttic past high character of the paper,
but to add materially to its value.
The new Publishers also announce a
reduction of the terms to #3 per year
The change will not at all afloct tlie
American Agriculturist, which will
continue on independently as hereto
fore. _
—Those of our renders who resided
in Denver several years ago, will re
member Frank Heatiey, of that
place. lie met his death at sea, on
the second of this, month, from con
sumption, while en route to Europe
for the benefit of ids health.
—B. &. I. Heilman of the U. P.
Clothing Store, lfith, street have just
received a large invoice of Fall
clothing, Ac., of tlie very intt-t styles.
sept23-tf
—Fine merinos and Empress cloths,
and Berlin stripes, at Marks Myers
& Co.’s,. scj)t23-11
—Celebrated Fleming’s Ale just
received at J. It. Markle A Co’s.,
- sept23-3t
—Where do those fine suits come
from we have lately seen? From J.
11. Stein, 234 Fnmum street, Omaha.
decß-ly
For the Ladies.— Messrs. I. Her
man A Co., or Eddy street, have just
received a large invoiceof Fall Goods,
such as Empress Cloths, Poplins, Fine
French Merinos, and Ladies’ •travel
ing Dresses of the very latest and
most fosldonnblo style. This addi
tion to their ni ready large stock or
Dry and Fancy Goods, Carpeting an.l
Oil-cloths, Fancy Notions, Ladles’
.Shoes, Ac., makes it one of the most
extensive, complete, well selected,
and well asnorted in this city. They
call the attention of the ladies to tlie
fact that buying directly from the
manufacturers, they lmve better
choice in quality and pattern, and
can ntlbrd to sell at very low prices.
seplil-tt
—The Kurils House maintains its
former reputation as one of the best
hotels in Cheyenne. Everything for
tin' comfort of guests is attended to
at the “Kurils” with as ifiucli care as
in the large cities. aulfitf
—Patent Building Paper and
prepared Plastering Board, warranted
not to shrink, break, or be affected
by dampness, for sale at F. Schwoick
ert’s, Eddy street. septO-lm
—Messrs B. Hamburger A Co., beg
to announce, tlmt Mr. Jacob ilnas, a
member of the firm, has just returned
from (lie East, where lie has selected
one of tlie largest stock of Liquors,
Wines and Cigars ever imported to
this country. They desire to draw
the special attention of Iheir patrons
and tlie public, to their very superior
Kentucky Bourbon Whiskeys, war
ranted to be pure, genuine and of
first quality. sept, 21 ts
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Waking up.—People begin to realise that
our respected ancestors must have had a 'cry In
convenient time of It without railroads, steamer*
gas. Motion matches, telegraphs, expresses, sew
ing machines, and last, and /tar consequence not
least, Charter Onk Cooking Stoves.
scp23diwlt
Clicno Lnxurlc* fortlio People.—Oppor
tunely, ml he time when the cost of living Is
enormous, a new article appears in the market,
affording an unprecedented amount of delicious
and wholesome aliment, almost for a song. Wo
refer to tho Patent Sea Moss Farine, which is
now. by virtue of it* cheapness, taking the place
of all the gelatinous articles of food manufactured
from maize nnd gruin. The raw material of this
nutritious and fattening agent Is the free gift of
nature; n marine moss growing in prodigious
quantities on the Irish coast, nnd known ns Car
ragccn. Cleansed, desiccated, concentrated nnd
reduced to powder by a patent process, this won
derful plant yields a larger quantity of pure pal
atable aliment in proportion to its weight, than
any substance produced from the great agricul
tural staples. Artistic cooks pronounce it the
finest article for Custards, Soups, Sauces etc.,
that h a yet been discovered, and the Sea Moss
Fnrinq, Co., of New York, who own the patent,
find it nil they can do to keep pace with the de
mands for tlie new staff of life. scpSSdJfcwlt
I Anollicr Mystery Solved —Chemists be
| ing unahld to discover I ho'lngredient* in fragrant
I Sozodost, which removes nil stains from tho teeth
and impart* such a peculiar rosincss to the gums,
tho public nro hereby informed that it Is a prepar
ation from the buck of the Qitllava Sapqkauia
or Soap Tree of Chill, imported for the first time
Into this country for this special purpose. Such
is the purifying nnd innocuous effect of this rare
botanical agent, that It removes discoloration*
from the most fragile textile fabrics, without in
juring a single thread. HplMsoAlff
I Rave aud mend the pieces, use “Spaldino’s
Glue.” seplW-doodlw
To .’Tlotliorw and No roe*.— Mr*. Whitcomb’s
Syrup for Diarrhoe etc., in children whether in
duced by teething or other causes, Is the safest
nnd best remedy. *opl9-deodlw
ITllld let Thorough. Dr. 11 iry -
Root and Plant Pills donolcansc nausea or
griping. Try them and you will be satisfied. See
advertisement. . seplO-deodlw
See -Advertisement of I)r. Bntts’ Dispensary
head.-d. Book for the miIIion—MARRIAGE
I GUIDE- Iu another column. It should be rend
| by all. Jylfid&wly
PARTICULAR NOTICE.—The Proprietor of
X this puticr will not be responsible for any bill
I or indebtedness, contracted bv any o'her person.
, whatever,unless the same shall have been allowed
upon the written orJer of the tindi-ri-igncd. Thil
will obviate computation of account l ami need
.e** nnnox anee to nnv <»ii- N. A. BAKER.
J. 8. CHORD,
ATTOI NEY AT LAW. Office on Sixteenth
stree , next door to Judge Kuykendall's of.
to*, rho; son* **!•*
Pay Your Taxes.— The unpaid
taxes for the year 1870 will liccomc
delinquent on the first Monday of
October next. 8. M. Prcshnw,Sheriff"
and collector of Laramie Co., W. T.
scpt23-St
t
SINGER'S
Sewing Machines.
The Singer H*nnfheturlng Co.
li* now producing nearly 200,000 Sewing
.Tlarhlnc* per wnnum nud la not Able to
meet the demand, but In order to do go, new lac
lories are being erected that will supply
Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand
.Machine* each tear.
The popularity of the “New Family’” Sewing
Machine Is only surpassed by Its usefulness and
simplicity ; durability nud bcaittv. Where known
It Is difficult for or bet manufacturers to effect
aales, and they employ ovory menus to foist their
products upon the people. Buyers of Sewing
Machines should avoid canvassers and peddlers
who resort to compulsion to make sales, for no
machine can be desirable that Is forcibly thrust
on the purchaser.
The singer " Now Family” and the *• New
No. One” Sewing Machines, [the latter for
Dressmakers. Tailors, Shoemakers, »tc.,] nre
eagcrlv sought fo r , nnd n large stock can bo
found iu our sales rooms, together with every
useful accessory intended for them.
We sell Silk Twist. Cotton and Linen Threads,
Needles, Oil, Screw-drivers, «kc., at retail or in
quantity al manufacturers’ prices.
Cntnlognes, Price Lists. Ac.. [ln English or Oer
man J furnished on uppllrutioii by mail or other
wise.
DEAN & LOWE,
GOS North Fourth fStrcet,
CLOTHINC, ETC.
XT. F>. TX. R.
CLOTHING HOUSE.
B. & I. HELLMAN,
Sixteenth street, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Wholesale
and Retail Dealers in
QLOTHING!
AND
(■I&NTM* FI fIMSBIINIi GOOIW.
Our stock comprises the following goods made
and trimmed iu Ihc best style :
CASSIMERE SUITS,
ENGLISH MELTON SUITS !
FINE BE AV EH SUITS,
BF.AVER AND CHINCHILLA OVERCOATS,
BOY’S CLOTHING,
HATS A.3NTD OA.3PS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISES.
All our good* nre guaranteed n.i represented an
sold ni Eastern prices. fcblO-ly
J. H. MARTIN,
*L'C< E.-SOR TO COnXVORTII MltOS.,
Wholesale Grocer
ixn dealer in
Canned Goods I
DRIED FRUITS !
WINE AND LIQCOBS
provisions and grain.
Eddy street, Corner I?Hi,
CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
fnhlO-tf
M'GREGOR & CO.,
Successors to
E. A. ALLEN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Druggists!
EAST SIDE EDDY, CORNER OF ALLEY BK
TWEEN SIXTEENTH AND SEV
ENTEENTH STREETS.
Dealers In
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
PATENT 51EDICINES
VARNISH BRUSHES, FANCY GOODS,
HAIR OIL,
TOILET ARTICLES,
Tnwspii, Hnndngeg, Etc.
We offer superior inducements to retail dealeret
We keen constantly on hand tho largest and bo*,
•alerted stock on'tho line of the Union Pacific
Hull road. We buy for caah only, thus enabling
u* to sell lower than any drug bouse in the city.
HStf
PL It KINS, STERN A CO’S
B STANDARD
u California Wines
AND
GRAPE BRANDIES.
T 34 A- 3(1 LaSalle Street.
Chicago, 111.
FIRE-ARJMS.
FRUEND & BROTHER,
Manufacturer* and Importers of all kind* of '
FIRE-ARMS !
AND
AMMUNITION!
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,
SPORTING APPARATUS,
Os every description. Er.st Hide of Eddy street,
Cheyenne.
Pioneer Gunsmiths
OF THE WEST I
And sole agents for the Winchester Repealing
RIFLES & CARBINES
These arms arm* nre particularly adapted foi
defence against
Indian .Aftacks?
AND FOR HUNTING PTRPOSES.
Agents for E. L. Dupont's nnd DcNemours ant
Company's Celebrated *
Sporting and Mining Powder!
ALL KINDS OF
Fixed & Loose Ammunition
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
nEPAinirjo
In all it* branches, done with
Scientific Precision !
All good* sold by u* are guaranteed to be a* rep
resented.
Branch house® at
SOUTH PASS. AND LARAMIE CITY. W. TER.
feblO-ly
BALLARD^
PATENT IMTOOVED
BULLCH-I.OA DING
SPORTING RIFLES.
Culibre—22-100, 22-100, 38-LOO 48-100 and 30.100.
every Rifle Warranted,
And money refunded if not satisfactory.
USE CARTRIDGES
on LOOSE AMMUNITION.
MAKE YOUR OWN CARTRIDGES,
“ Southerner 99 Pistols,
(Brooch-Loading Dcrriuger.) Uulf-ouuce Ball lurger
than Navy.
REMINGTON’S PISTOLS !
COLT'S PISTOLS,
SMITH & YVFSSON PISTOLS!
CARTItIDOES ALL KINDS,
Guns, Flasks and Pouelics,
WADS, CAPS, ETC., ETC.
ALFORD. FARRNt CLAPP.
No 16. Warren Street ,
fcblo-tf near Broadway, (up-stalrs) New York.
L. MURRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALEM 18
Forcljfii Ac Domestic
LIQUORS!
WINE S,
Tobacco & Cigars.
17TH STREET,
Between Bddj and Ferguson.
fcbWtf
SMITH’S COLUMN.
PETER SMITH’S
€HICA€rO
Revolution Store!
CORNER
Eddy and 17th
STH3SETS.
CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
CHEAPEST STORE
THIS SIDE GF OMAHA.
Thl* Establishment, recently opened, has con
stnntly on hand a
Full assortment
—or—
CLOTHING!
Boots and Shoes.
I
I
HATS * CAPS.
j
NOTIONS !
.
POCKET AND TABLE
CUTLERY !
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CITY t.M) COUNTRY
D E A I, E 11 S
Are reqneetcd to call and
EXAMINE STOCK & PRICES.
J BEFORE VISITING EASTERN MARKETS.
y2RdAw*BrO
LAND CRANT BONDS.
De|syen&Bro.
BANKERS,
No. 40 South Third street,
PHILADELPHIA.
UN ION. PACIFIC R. R.
Land Grant Bonds!
WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE, at best mar
kot price,
THF LAND GRANT BONDS
or TUB
U. P. R. R. COMPANY.
THET AMOUNT, IT ALL, TO
©10,000,000,
Run Twenty Years!
AND PAT
Seven Per Cent. Interest !
They ore Coupon Bonds, of one thousand do
lar* (f 1,000) each, and are secured by
A FIRST MORTGAGE
ON aboPt
• 14,000,000
A.ci*es of Land
Being nil the lands which the Union Pacific R.
I 11. Co. now have or shall hereafter acquire from
the United States, except the lands which are or
sit,ill he included in the Railroad and Telegraph
Line of said colSPnny, or used for tho construc
tion or operation theiupf. foe ’he track, yard*, de
pot grounds, buildings, or eiVCtlotl* thereof.
It will readily Ik* seen that an averilj'c or («o)
H<;vi*iit.v rive cents per acre for the land* oi the
| Company, will rollre tlie whole issue of Land
' Grant Bond--, thus reducing tho Interest liability .
of the Company to that extent.
The Company reoeivo.their Land Grant Bonds
i for their face and accrued Interest, In payment of
1 all lands sold bv them.
! Tho Union Pnoiflc Railroad Company coin
; mcneod the sale of their land July 2Hth. iHfiO.
The land now a fibred for sulo ranges from
|
$2.50 to S2O Per Acre,
AND KMDRACES SO3IEOFTIIK
i
Very Best Farming Land!
TIIE COMPANY HAS.
ALREADY TIIE BALE* AMOUNT TO
I
30,000 Acres Monthly !
AND MOSTLY
TO ACTUAL SETTLERS.
A* Ihc entire revenue from the *nles of the
and* of the Company Is pledged to tho redump
tion and cancellation of tho I.and Grant Bonds of
the Union Pacific Railroad Company, tho Land
Grant Bonds will necessarily bucome scarce and
high In price, os the lands a**r sold, are the pro
ceed* art iu.oeloti i»y the Trustee* of the Bond
holder* in tho Land Grant Cond*. Tho Land
Grant Bond* of tho Iluniiflml & St. Joseph It. It.,
are 108 hid nnd none offered: there 1* no reason
why these bond* may not rule Hint high at some
future time.
For further particular* address
I
n*nl*r* in (sovernmont B«enrltles. Philadelphia

ANION PIANO FORTES.
PATENT
ARION
Piano Fortes I
COMBINES MANNER S FOUR
Symplifying Patents,
TIIE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER
USED IN PIANO FORTES.
PATENT ARION
REVERSED
WOODEN
AGRAFFE.
PATENT ARION
COMPOUND
WREST
PLANK.
PATENT ARION
FULL
IRON
FRAME.
PATENT ARION
SUSTAINING
IRON
BAR.
■ «♦ » - ■
A Few Reasons
WHY THE
ARION PIANO
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL Ol HERS.
The ARION PIANO FORTE fin* Greater Power
than any other Plano Forte Manufactured.
IT WILL STAND IN TUNE LONGER,
and In it* mechanical construction ft fs more per
fect, and. therefore, more durable than any in
strument constructed in the usual modern stylo.
Tlie arrangement of the Agraffe, the mnnmer of
rlringing, the peculiar form and arrangement of
the Iron Frame,
SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS.
The use of a bar (which Is a part of the Iron
Frame) on a line with the heavy steel stringing,
gives
Great Strength
where most needed, and in tills respect all other
Planus fall.
The construction of tin* WREST PLANK. Into
which the Tuning Pins an?lnserted. Is enrh that
It Is impossible for the pins to lw»romc loosened,
or the Wrest Plank itself to split, ns is too often
the case In other Piano-Fortes.
Tl»c Extraordinary Erfiinm
throughout the scale, the excellent Binging
Quality, the
Length and Purity of Vibration,
go to prove what we claim, vlr., that the
flrion Piano-Forte
IS THE BEST INSTRI’M ENT MANUFACTURED
AGENTS WANTED.
Firs* class and rosponslblo Agents wanted in
every rltv and Town where we have not already
appointed them.
Wrltr for Circular, which we v.« ll fr •«•. or en
close two three cent stutyps tor Dm AM ION
PAMPHLET, which contain > .nil jiceotnr of the
famous blindfold trial, and o.ker vnl i.ible infor
mation to those contemplating purchasing a Piano
1 Porte.
! N. B.—Wc cant lon the public from port hnslnar
a cheap Plano, which has recently been put In Jbo
market, bearing the name *• Arbm. AM genuine
Arlon Pianos bear the name “Patent Ari 't>. _#nu
can only bo purchnsod from our Now »ork u are
rooms. or our uuthorlzod Agents throughout tho
fnltdd States.
: Kind* of Miwifftl lii«lrn
mentfi supplied.
ADDRESS THE
ARION PIANO-FORTE CO.,
NO. ftM, BROADWAY.
unclMiwlT Now York City.

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