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SATUiPAV, 2-» TKWHTORT OF WToWTNG, f ... t'OCNTT or I’IXTA. t In fha Dl»irict OonK of l ima C.mntY, tlecond Jti dicia! district. John V. Myers, Plaintiff: V •. Jan)'* 11 W. Duvli*. M. B. Sprague and Trank Du rnni. Pacinor* doing hm-in's* under ilie name . uiid firm. stylo of J W*. Davits uud A.-relates. Defendants: FrjmoSs. TOTHE AfiOVE N vMKI' nm .MUVTft. - Yon arv hereby summoned. am! requested to nn»w«r ii*« putiuou of-iho pl.uuUll iu tin- uhowi i entitled cause. which yon will And *>n file In the office of the C lerk of iho tbrond DL-trict Court, for the Counfv of Ulnln, witmn thirty days of the serving qf this 1 upou i*rlu}i)c «»f the day of servico. The plaintiff piuja iudgjncfci j Ton tor rbe «nm of Tlilrt. <*n HvTiVmd and lUirtv-ninc W-WO dollars ($ 13.'»Ci.S4) together with local interest on the nim of Nineteen flion sand three hundred siulsixti-tuodollur-; Bom the 2Ulh day uMleCrtn her. A. 1). until the 4th day of January A. D. I*7o. slid lnlcro«t on . the Thirteen Thousand and thirty-nine 84-inb do!- ' lars, ftatm the 4th day of January A. D. IKid. until paid. If von fail to plead, answer or demur to said | petition, within the time aforesaid, the same will do taken as confessed h\ you am! lodgment en tered accordingly . with the'pray**r of said Petition- er. KTV C. JACOBS. Clerk of District Court. SNOW A rfOGK. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1 y -Vfiw hHERIFP SALI2 TERRITORY OF WYOMING, * County or La mamie. i Job Ml Inc vs. James R. WhltchAnd. Br virtue of an execution Issued out of the District Court of the First Judicial District of said Conn tv, wherein Job .Milne Is plaintiff, and James It. Whitehead is dcfuuduul, for the sum of two hundred and sevenit'-fonr dollars and six cents i 5374.06) and costs of suit, I have levied on the following described property ns the property of the said James It. Whitehead, 10-wft : The east forty-four <4O feet of lot No. six (fit. In block No. three hundred and fifty four (Til . In the city of Ufcejeunc. in ani l county, being forty-tour ,4< > feel front on Seventeenth si rent, and running back one hundrod and thirty-two ilSthfccl. with all the appnrtcunnces and improvements situated thereon, which I will oiler for sale on Wednes day, October 10th. 1870. between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. in. aud 9 o'clock p. in, of said day, to the highest bicuer. for caah, at the Court-House door, in said county, to satisfy said execution and costs. S. M. PRESHAW, Sheriff Laramie Couuty, W. T. •eptlUtoocllO. PARISH & CO, Successors toC. 11. Pickett, AUCTION • I AND COMMISSION I MERCHANTS, SEVENTEENTH STREET CHKYENNE, W. T. Particular Attention • ... to Rale of stock fohW-ly 1 SHERIFF SALE. TERRITORY OF WYOMING, County of Laramie. t Willis Jc Andreaou V A. Glines ,t Vantassel. By viti ne of uu execution issued out of i lie District Court of the Is' Judicial District of Laramie County. Wyoming Ternium, on u Judgment In said court .iguiuef GHu*.s A: V uni near I, and in favor of WillTs A Andresen. for the sum of lwo hundred and eight dull arv sixty-six cent -its .‘WI.Oo i, I have levied on the follow lug descriluU property us the prujMwty of »*id Glinea .v Vuiitasse), to wit; The oast iw.nly*two iSijfcct of lot No. five V 5 . in block No. three hundred and p*t» m, and the west twenty -t wo i&h feel.. of lulNo. sl\ ; ,ii . in block No. threo hundred and ninety iJPOt. ! in the city of Clieyeiuj.), in said ctmuiy. hi a king iu aU forty-four (44)4eut homing on ltith street, and running back. one hundred and tltlny iw*> (UK) ; feet, (ogether w ith all the appurteuuucesaud im proicua-uls situated Ihureuu. which I will sell to i the highest bidder for caah ou T'hnrudny, the Bth day of September. 187*1 heiucm luu hours of r* o'clock a. m. and 2 o’clock p m. of said day, at the court house door in said couuty, to satisfy said o'.ecutton and costa. 8. M. PKESIIAW. Sheriff Laramie County Wy. Ter. aug6to«upt7 W. D. PEASE, COR. 17tii AND FERGUSON STS., Family Groceries FRKNII YI-KETAItLEN, And u full assortment of CANNED FRUIT PRESERVES JELLIES AND PICKLES I WOItCESXEKMI IIIK i -* AND i JOCKEY (M B SAUCES* And almost anything In the eating line. j - . Thankful for* the liberal amount of pstronags granted me in the past. I nope by strict attention to the want* of my friends to contlune to receive It in the future. PRUSSING’S CELEBRATED CIDER VINEGAR/ Warranted pure, palatable, and to preserve Pickles. First premiums awarded at the IT.l T . S. j i’-ilr, the Illinois State Fair, and t'hlcago City v- t *r Largest works of the kind in the United i) ca. Established 1844. CHAS. E PRUSSING, 339 Sc 311 Stat street, (’hkago. Royal Havana Lottery! OI 1 CUBA. $300,000 in Gold Drawn Bury SrvtnUtn IM lys. Prises cashed mid infortnutiou fumishod: the highest rates paid for Doubloons. Spaniwb Bank j Notes and all kinds of Gold and Silver and Gov ernment Securities. TA\ LOU A CO.. Bankers No. 1G Wall •. N. Y. o. I». rOOLXSOMO. M. w. FOOUESOMI. FOGLESON6 & GO., Wuu.v-.JIC juiU liuUil JJvulcf* 111 KTASbK AS O HOODS, UUESK (iOODH, LADIES’ SIIOES, fAUFOLMA BLANKETS, NOTION’S, ETC. I,smnil Slock in W j wmiiiK. znehll 3m DRYGOODS, ETC. S. F.JUUCKOLLS DRYGOODS, CLOTHING. M*'l 1% Wholesale and Retail Dealer in D RY GOODS CAItPETING, C L O T .11 11ST G BLAK&CTS, SETH THOMAS CLOCKS! OTIC CEHIES, PROVISIONS! i.Hjuons. Tobacco and Cigars! IIAIIDVVAKi: A CFTbUttl, Boots & Shoes, I HATS A*JD CAPS, Outfitting Goods jicncrally . Ant In weekly receipt of Goods from Ihe Im urf»T» and Maiittfuetttrers. Bought for a- It an will he sold at the lowest rates fur cash only. t*r Two story stone building. Seventeenth street. (Mtcvenne. ]£at(tbliahed in Xcw York City , lSo!). SIM. D. ECEHOc, ROLFS MANUFACTURER OF felloe's Improved Indian Clubs, I For mnseul-vr <’evelopemen’. Dumbbells, rro : quot bill* wild hulls, base ball bats, leu pin bulls ! and pint*, bed padded boxllig doves, improved striking bug, metropolitan policemen's clubs. TlTiet-e clubs ire used hv the Me'. Police of N. T I t'itv.v Kehocfl 111 us. fated Book on the Use of the : Guh, i.ist or pHietts op ntniAS et.rns. 0,7 A Hlhs eh '■s p’rf.V' * I 11,s. eacii ?J],;tir 6.00 ics for Lade*. Si f'b'n. 13 7.*0 |-j lbs. each per pair 8.00 i is it), o | 30 14.00 | I I "0 , J., 10.( 0 | 5 A3O 300 Broadway* Now York City, ILKIGTOUY OF WYOMING, i Oo'uxtt or Laiiamik. I 1 fn first Judlriat District Court. Giles F. Filluy, Plaintltl, , John A Nve. D. Tom t q linifnAn „ smith, and John Klm»*«v. | late partners as ” Jonh A. , Nyu iV C 0.." Defund.tms. I Yn the above named d(Tcii(lnnts and non-rea ideuts. You und ouch of yon are hereby notified, that you have been sued in said District Court, by i Giles* F Filley, the Above limned plaintiff, ami Hint a writ of uituchuiLUt Ims i.aucil uguipst your j property ns non rcrlnent dolcnnnn’s: mid that uu less yon answer the petition of Plnlntltf. now on • file in the olUcc of the Clerk of said Court, on or before I lie Hth day of Align it. A. I>. IST-». said pe tition. with nil the manors and allegations there • n coutniued, will l>e taken ns true and judgment i rendered accordingly. The object of said |stilt, is to recover from yoti the sum of sixteen hundred I and sixty nitte dollars with interest thereon since July tilth lhbß at ID tier cent, per an- I nmn, alleged m bo duo on n promissory note, and costs of this suit. | Witness my hand and the seal of said District i Court at Cheyenne city in said county this 33(1, i dnv of tinue. 1870. J. \\ . lit Ti uwox. Clerk of IMstrlct Court. 1 j j l Ry Robkht D. Lyon, Deputy Clerk i * —Da MEL McLauoiilin, Ally, for Plaintiff. ; jo 37-tlw r> EING a private Instructor for mnrrret! person > or thorn about to bo married, both male aud feiniile, in everything concerning Iho physiology relations of our sexual system, and the nroduc tion and prevention of offspring, including nil I the new discoveries never before given In thcKng -11 ait lituguugc, by WM. YOUNG. M. D. This is really a valuable nnd interesting work. It i ‘ written In rtnin Innjmnge for the general render, and is illustrated with numerous engravings ! All y oung married people or thoso coutemplat ing marriage, nnd having the least Impediment to I married life, should rend this book. It discloses secrets that every one should be aeqnninted with : still it is a book thill must he locked up and not i lie about the lionse.lt will be sent to any address . on receipt of 74) cents. Address l>r. Win. Young, , No. 410 Spruce Street.nboveFourlh, Philadelphia. A rrucTKii and Unfoutniatk. No matter what ■ may be ' our disease, before yon place yourself under the care of any of the notorious quarks— I native and foreign—who advertise in tills or any »ther paper, get a copy iff Dr. Young's Book and i -end It carefully. It will be the means of saving I /on many a dollar, your health und possibly j /our life. l)r. Young can ho consulted cn any of t lie dis •isos described In Ills publications, at his oftW, o. 410 Spruce street above Fourth, Philadelphia. octß3wly STEPHEN BON, EDDY STREET, Near Corner Fifteenth Street . Has just received the most complete stock of GENTS’ AND BOYS’ LADIES’ AND HISSES Boots and Shoes! OP TUB BEST qUAIJIT. MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS ! > Hand made und Warranted. Leather and Findings Os every description, Which he sells nl very low prices for cadi. All Work Warrautcd! If you want a good barguin rail on .-TKPIIKN DON. Eddy Street, near Fifteen’h Si«.* Red Window*. Pay Yom Taxes.—The unpaid taxes for the year,.lß7o will luvoino delinquent on tile first Monday of < letobi r next. S. M. Preshaw,SherilV land collector of Laramie Co., W. T. septja-8t ’ SmGER'S Sewing Machines. The Singer ilaimfacturlng Co. Is now producing nearly 200,000 Sc wine Ainclilnew. per milium and is not able to meet the demand, hut In order to do so, new lac torics arc being erected tlist will supply Three Hundred and Fifty Tlionsund .11 aclilnert each Yeur. The pppQlarity of the "New Family" Revving Machine i* ouly siirpnaitcd by Its usefulness and simplicity: durability and bounty. Whero known it is dDliculi fi»r otlici manufacturers to effect sales, and they employ every means to foist tlielr products upon the people. Buyers of Sewing Machines should avoid canvassers and peddlers who resort to compulsion to make sales, for no machine cun he desirable that is forcibly thrust ou the purchaser. Thcßinger “New Family” and the “New No. One” Hewing Machines, [the latter for Preesmukcrs. Tailors, Shoemakers, &c..J nru eagerlv sought for, nnd a large stock can he found iu our sales rooms, together with every useful accessory’lntended for them. We sell Bilk Twist, Cotton and Linen Threads, Needles, OH, Screw-drivers. Ac., at rctull or in quantity n? manufacturers’ prices. Catalogues. Price Lists. Ac.. Jin English or Ger man j furnished on application by mall or other wise. DEAN & LOWE, 005 North Fourth Street, scpt23-d3ra ST. LOUIS, TOO. CLOTHINC, ETC. XJ. 3?. R. n. CLOTHING HOUSE. B. & I. HELLMAN, Sixteenth street. Cheyenne, Wyoming, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CLOTHING! AND GEMS’ FURNISII2NU GOODS. Our btock comprises the following goods made and trimmed In thu best stylo : CASSIMERE SUITS, ENGLISH MELTON SUITS ! FINE IIEAYEK SUITS, PLAYER AND CIUN'CIIILLA OVERCOATS, BOY’S CLOTHING, IIAT9 A.3NTU OA.PS BOOTS AND BIIOES, SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISES. All our good.-* are guaranteed as represented an sold m Eastern prices. fublO-ly J. H. MARTIN, to coiiKroirrii autos., Wholesale Grocer AND DKALRfI IN Canned Goods ! DRIED FRUITS ! wxrvio .vi\i> i.i!>roi;s PROVISIONS AND GRAIN. Eddy street, Corner I7th, CHEYENNE, WYOMING. fehlO-tf Pti‘GREGOR & CO., Successors to E. A. ALLEN & CO., Wholesale and ReLail Druggists! EAST SIDE EDDY, CORNER OF ALLEY BE TWEEN SIXTEENTH AND SEV ENTEENTH STREETS. Dealers In DRUGS, CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES VARNISH BROSUES, FANCY GOODS, HAIR OIL, TOILET ARTICLES, Trusses, Bandages, ICtc. MV oiler superior inducements to retail dealers! We keen constantly on hand the largest and bos. selected stock on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad. Wo buy for casli only, thus enabling ua to sell lower than any drug house in thu city. Ustr PERKINS, STICUN A GO’S B STANDARD u California Wines AND GRAPE BRANDIES. ■ 31 A 30 LaSalle Street Chicago, 111. FIRE-ARMS. FRUEKD & HROJHER, Manufncturera and Importers of ail kinds* of FIRE-ARMS ! AND AMMUNITION ! Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, SPORTING APPARATUS, Os every description. East side of Eddy afreet, Cheyenne. Pioneer Gunsmiths OF THE WEST I sole agents for the Winchester Repeating KTFLES & CARBINES These arms arms are particularly adapted sot defence against Indian jAdtacks? AND FOR HUNTING PTRPOSES. Agents fur E. L. Dupont's and DcNcmoura ant Company's Colubruted Spoiling and Mining Powder! ALL KINDS OF Fixed & Loose Ammunition CONSTANTLY ON HAND In all its branches, dono with Scientific Precision l All goods sold by us arc guaranteed to he as rep resented. Brunch houses at SOUTH PASS, AND LARAMIE CITY, W. TER. feblO-ly HALJLAHD^ PATENT IMPROVED DlXti SPORTING RIFLES. Calibre—2B-100, 34-100, 88-1,00 46-100 aud 50,100. every Riile Warranted, Aud money refunded if not satisfactory. USE CARTRIDGES OR LOOSE AMMUNITION. MAKE YOUR OWN CARTRIDGES. Southerner ” Pistols, ißrcech-Loatling Derringer,) half-ounce Ball larger than Navy. REMINGTON’S PISTOLS ! COLTS I'ISTOLS, SMITH &WFSSOH PISTOLS! CAIiTIiIDGES ALL iUNDS, Guns, Flasks and Pouches, WADS, CAPS, ETC., ETC. ALFORD, FARR, & CLAPP, No IG. Wan'en Street , foblO-tf near Broadway, (up-stalra)New York. L. MURRIN & CO., WHOLESALE DEALKUB IN Foroiffu Sc Domewtio LIQUORS ! WINE S, Tobacco & Cigars. 17TH STREET, m . Between Eddy and Ferguson, febMHf SMITH’S COLUMN. PITER SMITH’S CHI€A©O Revolution Store! CORNER Eddy and 17th stheets. CHEYENNE, WYOMING. CHEAPEST STORE THIS SIDE OF OMAHA. This Establishment, recently opened, has con stautly on hand a FFItII assoitment OF CLOTHING! Boots and Shoes. HATS & CAPS. NOTIONS ! POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY ! ETC., ETC., ETC., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. CITY AVI) COUNTRY DEALERS Are roqnostod to call and EXAMINE STOCK & PRICES. BEFORE VISITING EASTERN MARKETS. - LAND CRANT BONDS. )oe|syen&Bho. BANKERS, No. 40 South Third street, PHILADELPHIA. . J'TeiiC.JTa.CX union:pacific r. r. Land Grant Bends! WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE, at best mar ket price-, THF LAND GRANT BONDS OP TIIB U. P. R. R. COMPANY. Til BY AMOtTTT, IN ALL, TO f ® 10,000,000, Run Twenty Years 1 AND PAT Seven Per Cent. Interest*! They nrc Coupon Bonds of one thousand do lars isl,oUUj each, and arc secured by A FIRST MORTGAGE ON ABOUT u.0c0.000 A-Ci-es of* Land Being all the lands which the Union Taclflc R. li. Co. now huvo or *hnll hereafter acquire from the United Stale*, except the lands which arc or ahull he iifclnded in the Railroad and Telegraph Line of said company, or nsod for Iho construc tion ovopemtlon ihereof, for the track, yards, de pot ground*, building*, or erectlous thereof. L will readily be aeon that an average of (75) seventy-five cents per acre Tor the lands of the Company, will ruilYc the whole issue of Land Grant Bond*, thu** reducing thu Interest liability of the Compuuy to that exirm. The Company receive their Land Grant Bonds for their face and accrued interest, in puyment of all lands sold hv them. Tho Union Pacific Railroad Company com mcuccd the sale of their land July 28th. 1869. The land now offered for sale ranges from $2.50 to S2O Per Acre, AND EJtnnACES SOME OP TUB Very Best Farming Land! THE COMPANY HAS. ALRBAPT TUB SALKS AMOUNT TO 30,000 Acres Monthly ! AND MOSTLI’ TO ACTUAL NBTTLKRS, As the entire revenue from tho halos of tho ands of tho Company I* pledged to tho redemp tion and cancellation <>f tho Land Grant Bonds of the Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Land Grant Bonds will necessarily become scarce and high In price, as tho lands arc solo, are tho pro ceeds arc InvetdeA by tho Trustees of the Bond holders in the Land Grant Conds. -Tho Land Grant Bonds of the Hannibal & St. Joseph R. It., arc 108 bid aud none offered: there Is no reason why these bonds may not rule that high at some future time. For further particulars ndtlress BElpa&BRO, Dealer* In Uarermnsnl Philadelphia ARION PIANO FORTEB. PATENT ARION Piano Fortes I COMBINES MANNER’S FOUR Simplifying Patents, THE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER USED IN PIANO FORTES. PATENT AR.IOBT REVERSED WOODEN AGRAFFE. PATENT ARION COMPOUND WREST. PLANK. PATENT ARIOItf FULL IRON FRAME. PATENT ARIOIVT SUSTAINING IRON BAR. A Few Reasons WHY TIIE ARION PIANO IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. The ARION PIANO FORTE has Greater Power thun any other Piano Forte Manufactured. IT WILL STAND IN TUNE LONGER, and In iis mechanical construction It Is more per fect, and. therefore, more durable than any in strument constructed in the uimul modern style. The arrangement of the Agraffe, the manner of stringing, the peculiar form uud arruugeincnt of the Iron Frame, SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS. The nsc of n 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 this respect all other Pianos fail. The construction of the WREST PLANK. Into whlelt the Tuning Pins are inserted, is such that It i* impossible for the pins to become loosened, or tho Wrest Plank itsoif to spilt, as Is too often the case in other INnnO-Fortcs. Tlic Extraordinary KvenncM throughout thu scale, the excellent Singing Quality, iho Length and Purity of Vibration, ft ll go to prove what we claim, viz., that the Arion Piano-Forte IS TIIE BEST INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED AGEN TS AY AA X ED. every t'li.v and Town where we huvo not already appointed., ihum. Wrltr for Circular, which wo mall frtw, or en close two three cent stamps for the ARION PAMPHLET, which cuntaiusa mil account of the famous blindfold trial, and other valuable Infor mation to thoso contemplating purchasing a Plano Porto. N. B.—We caution the public from purchasing a cheap Plano, which has recently been out In the marker, hearing tho name “ Arion.'’ All genuine Arion Piuuos boar the name “Patent Arion, and can only be purchased from oar New York Waro rooms, or our authorized Agents throughout tne United Btates. All Kind* of Hnalcal lustra (V j .I*l 14 / i 1 G<U| men!* fnipplted. ADDRESS THE ARION PIANO-FORTE CO., NO. 554, BROADWAY, anglsdjfcwiy New York Cily.