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I)AILY EVENING LEADER.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. arrive roox kajtt. nurxßT west Puaenm . 1:40p. m. I Passenger. 9:lop in. Mixed 8:00 p m. I Mixed 3.45 p.m. Freight ~5:15 a. m I Freight 6:15 a.m. Pac.Ex. Frl .13:00 m. | Pac.Kx. Frl 13:30 p m Amntx ran* pkpakt kast. Passenger.. ..lJlp. tn. i Passenger. 3:00 p. m. Mixed 7:45 p. m. I Mixed .. 8:15 p m Freight 4:90 a. m. | Freight. 6:15 a. m. At. Ex. Tuee .1:15 p. m. j At. Kx.Tues. .3:00 p. m. Trains between Laramie and Omaha ran On Omaha time, which i* 85 minntea faster than Cheyenne tme, and Cheyenne time governs trains west of Laramie. DENVER PACIFIC RAILROAD. AIUUYB mOM BOOTH. DEPAKT SOUTH. K i pres a 11:4Ta. m. I Express 1:40 p «*». Freight 7:85 p. iu. | Freight 6:flo\ . n.. Trains on the D.P.Railway run on Omaha time. Mall Arrivals and Departure*. Until further notice the Poetofflce will be open 1 for delivery and reception of mail matter from 7)4 a m. to 7H p, m daily, except Sundays, and on Sandaya from 13:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. Money order office open from 8 a. n». to Kp.m dally, except Stimin' .- Western malls close at 13 o'clock dally Eastern mails close at 1:80 p. in dally. Denver Pacific R. It., iurluding Denver and ' son them malls, close at 1:15 p. ni. daily, except * Sandays. Mails arrive from east dnily at 13 in., and from the west daily at 1:*,5 p. id Mails arrive from Denver. Col., and way. via Denver Pacific K. It ,at 11:45 a. in. dally, except Sundays. Mails close for Fort Larainic and Fort Fotter man on Mondays and Thursdays at A p. in. Malls arrive from Fort Laramie and Fort Fet terman Sundays and Thursdays at 4)4 p. in. W. W. OORLKTT, Postmaster ( —The corrected time schedule, ta king effijet on the Union Pacific to morrow morning, will be found at the head of this column. —The Wyoming Weekley News has i iK'en'ißlci on our table by the courtesy | of its new manager, Mr. Warren Richards)m. It presents a neat ap pearance and Is well filled. To its i new editor we wish every success. To its owner, John AVanless of Colo- j orado, —we wish lie would sell iiis paj>er to some resident of this Ter- , ritory, and go back to his Colorado ranche. —Chicago is having a reign of i crime wliieh makes a fearful record ; , no less than five murders having \ been committed in tire last ten days, j besides an endless number of smaller crimes. Away .From Home.—Thoae nice fresli oysters just received by B. 1,. : Ford Esq., are a long way from their 1 native beds, but will nevertheless j find a welcome and warm reception ! at hospitable boards, in this inland locality. Although we are a bache lor now for a time, we have appoint ed a committee on ways and means to provide for the proper care of a sam ple of the above bivalves kindly sent ! 11s to-day, bymine host of the popular , Ford House. —There will be a called communion- l tionof Cheyenne Lodge No. 16, A. F. ■ &A. M., tills evening, at half pnst I seven" o’clock. Work on third de- 1 gree. Visiting brethren fraternally invited. By order W. M. —There is plenty of WOOD now to be delivered by W. D. Pease. sept2U2t —All kinds of fancy goods. Laces, Edgings, Ribbons, Ac.. Ac., just re ceived and for side low, at Herman * Co.’s. sept24-2t Messers Harper and Housman have just received a large lot of the celebrated ant-dust and elegant parlor stoves which, they will dis jwrse of to suit tlie times. sept23-2w —A large assortment of chignons and switches just received and for sale" low, at Herman & Co.’s. sept24-2t —A new and iieautifui lot of fash ionable Ladd's suits forfall and win ter wear, just received, at Marks, Meyers A Co.’s. sept2B-4t —New goods of all sorts i n theeating line, with the liost of Young Hyson, Imperial and Black Tea to drink, at W. P. Pease’s. sept24-8t —Turkish and scotch Plaids, the finest assortment ever displayed in Cheyenne is to lie found at Marks, Myers A Co.’s. sept2B-4 Pay Youu Taxes. —The unpaid taxes for the year 1870 will become delinquent on the first Monday of October next. S. 51. Preshaw,Sheriff and collector of Laramie Co., W. T. ; Bept23-Ht | —Lime in quantities to suit at W. | D. Pease’s. sept24-2t 1 —Messrs B. Hamburger A Co., beg to announce, that Mr. Jacob Haas, a member of the firm, has just returned from the hirst, where he lias selected one of the largest stock of Liquors, 1 Wines and Cigars ever imported to 1 this country. They desire to draw the special attention of their patrons and the public, to their very superior Kentucky Bourbon Whiskeys, war ranted to be pure, genuine and of first quality. sept, 21 ts —The Moore House, Fifteenth street, has changed hands. Mr. A. Waldschmidt is the new proprietor who has taken tlje house and will sjiare po pains to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage which the Moore Hoop- ha* always enjoyed. al6tf —The Karns lions*' maintains its former reputation as one of the best hotels in Cheyenne. Everything for the comfort of guests is attended to at the “Karns” with as much care os in the large cities. aulStf —Patent Building Paper and pre|»ared Plastering Board, warranted not to shrink. breek, or he affected [>> ilnmpui—, for sale at V. Kchweick ert’s, Ivldy street. sept Win * Fine merinos and Empress eloths, ami Beilin stripe*, nt Marks slyers c (V’s. -plSf! tt Eagle House, 16th street, A. Slm -1 ons, proprietor, is the best place to board in this city—s7 per week, or 1$ per day. Good rooms at moderate prices. augßl-tf Kkno! KenoM Free Lunch and devil among the tailors everv even ing at Ford A Llndenmeler’s billiard ) Hall, Sixteenth Street. sept 23-3 t —B. A. I. Heilman of the U. P. Clothing Store, 16th, street have just received a large invoice of Fall clothing, Ac., of the very lateststyles. sept2B-tf —Where do those fine suits come from we have lately seen ? From J. H. Stein, 234 Farnum street, Omaha. decß-ly —Celebrated Fleming’s Ale just received at J. R. Markle A Go’s., From ” Sweotwator.” We glean the following items from theSouth Pass News of Sept. 20th : The eastern extension of the Miner’s Delight lode ha-* been discovered some distance from the original discovery, The ledge is from three to six feet wide, shows n great deal of free gold, and prospects very richly. The indi- j cations are that it will prove to be ‘ one of the best mines in the country. We have had our first snow for the season. On the 15th inst., snow fell sufficient to give old mother earth a coat of white, which, however, lasted imt a short time. This is not very unusual at this season of the year. In 1869 there was a similar fall of snow on September 12tli. o|>em tions upon the Young America mine 1 are going rapidly forward. New hoist- j ing machinery, of the most approved pattern, is now being placed upon the mine, under the supervision of L. U. Colbath, one of our most experienced in i ners an d mi 11 wrigh ts. -r —Com pa n y D, Second U. 8. Cavalry, is to be re moved from the Sweetwater country and stationed ut Camp Douglas, Utah Territory. SPECIAL NOTICES. Another Solved —Chemist* be ing unable to (Uncover the Ingredient* In fragrant Sozoddmt, which remove* ail main* from the teeth and impurts such a peculiar roviness to the .ruin**, the public are hereby Informed that it I* u propter atlon from the bark of the Odillava Saponakia or Soap Tree of Chill, Imported for the first time into thl* country for thla special purpose Sticli It* the purifying and innocuous effect of thl* rare botanical agent, that It removes discoloration? from the most fragile textile fabrics, without In juring a single thread. soplO-deodlw Save and mend the pieces, use “Si'AnniMi** Glue." scpHtaleodlw To ITolherN and M •>. V.'MtcomV- Hyrnp for Pmrrhfp etc . in children whether In duced by teething or other cause*. I* the safest and best remedy. seplb-deodlw Nllld Yet Thorough Dr. Henry's Root and Plant PHI* do not cause nausea or griping. Try them mid you will be sntiHftad. See advertisement. rcplQ-deod 1 w See -Advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispensary i headed, Book for the million- MARRIAGE | | GUIDE In another column. It should be read by all. Jy ISdAwly I >ARTICULAR NOTICE, Tito ProDrlflto/ <*f ibis paper will not be responsible lor any J;?U I or indebtedness, contracted bv any Other person. I whatever.unless lll** same shall have been allowed upon the written order of the undersigned. This j will obviate complication of accounts ami need I .ess annoyance to any one. N. A. BAKER. | LIST or LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Cheyenne. Satur day. September 34th, 1870. Persons calling for \ these letters will please say *• Advertised," giving date of advertisement. Bradshaw R W Beck Mrs * Baugleave P C Bros* linn Win Bruce E Baker bergi J Burns .1 Bruce J E Uurkltt C Bentley N Beal N Bradford (J Crawl ev M Cook N I, CrutchfieldJ Couvov T Clifford Miss *1 Coierlder .1 M Duncan Fannie Durfco A Peck Finan T Gibbons M J Gouhl L Galon John Hall K F Haskell H K Hogan M Hawkins Capt II J Hunt J S Isaacs A C Jeffery W H Kramer Sarah A Latham D 8 Mangan J—3 Mason Jos Morris M Mitchell J M McCormick J II Morse N T Omuru M McNamee T F O’Bryen M O'Brock. W II McGtivnc M McNamary M Reed F P Perkins W D Reid Win Reynold* Mrs I, SullivunE Hugh T K filnglo J Sanders II Schnoblcln N—B Sherman Mrs L Talpey G O Smith KL Taylor Harry Traulsen F Wadbworth Vandever I* Whitehead M W William* L Wilson H Wilson P Whitney W L Watts S Walker J Wool worth L Wallace GT White J Welch II Wheeler Henry Young Mrs L J Welch Miss M lIKI.O FOR rOSTAOK. Miss Carrlo A. Hass, Philadelphia. Pa. Asst. A.iJ. Gen. Dept, of Platte, Omnha, Neb. W. W. Corlbtt, Postmaster, Per Me. W. D. PEASE, COR 17rn AND FKRGUBONBTB., Family Groceries FKKSII VKVKTABLRB, And a full assortment of CANNED FRUIT PRESERVES . JELLIES AND PICKLES I UAKCBBTEIIBHIKK AND JOCKEY CLUB SAUCES! And almost unything Jn the eating line Thaukful for the liberal Mrauunt of patronage granted me In the past, I .tope by strict attention to tbo wants of my friends to continue to receive It in the future. Absoluts Divorce* legally obtained lu New York. Indiana, Illinois and other States, for per sons from any State or Country, legal every where t deaortlo*\ uon-support, eto.. suffldcut cuuhe . no publlt cy; no charge until divorce ob taim’d. Advice free Business cstabllchod flf : teen vca**. Address, M. IIOU . Attorney. nnl4-dßm Mo. 78 Nassau street So v York Uity. STOVES, ETC. EVENING STAR, ! CHALLENGE -AND- TnK DEMAND FOR CHARTER OAK, CHAL LENGE and EVENING STAR Stoves has grown so rapidly of late that we have not filled order* a* promptly as desirable; hut having now secured the assistance of another Stove Foundry, we shall hereafter confine nearly the entire force of our own establishment to the production of the Stove* above named and hope to fill all orders without delay. We would call the attention of those about porch—lng. to the SUCCESS mid POPULARITY of all THESE STOVES No better evidence of their Intrinsic merit can bo offered than a state ment of the fact, that after 18 years' use and be ing subject to severe feet* in all kinds of locali tles, and to the most bitter and determined oppo sition that could be invented, that they are to-day. the MOST POPULAR STOVES in the market, arid have given such universal satisfaction that the DEM AND IS an EATER THAN EVER. If von want Hit. Rent Cooking Stow for Wood, buy the CHARTER OAK. IT you want the Rest Cooking Store for Coal, buy the CHALLENGE. If yon want the neatest and beet sheet iron jxirlor store ever made, buy the EVE KING STAR. -SOLD BY Excelsior Manufacturing Co., 612 and 611 North Main Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. —AND ALL— IJve Stove Deal era, LIKE HARPKIt Ac IfOLS.YIAN, AND H. IKOETTfHER Ac CO., nplldJcwly Cheyenne, Wyoming:. M REWARD. For any case of Blind Bleeding. Itching, or Ulcerated Pile*, that De fllnc’N Pile Remedy fails to cure. It is prepared expressly to cure the Piles and nothin*' else, and ha* cured cases of over 20 years’ stand ing. Sold by all Druggists. Lamok stout. 142 Fuankun St!, Baltimokk. Price, $1 (30. septSldAwly HOTELS*. KARNS HOUSE. Seventeenth Street , CHEYENNE WYOMING. UAS BEEN GREATLY ENLARGED and thuuroughly refitted in j SUPERIOR STYLE, j IT IS THE Oldest, Largest ANI) ONLY J First Class Hotel I3NT THIS CITY. ! SUPERIOR accommodations for transient or | permanent boarder* at the most reasonable prices. An Omnibus will convey traveler* to and from Ihe Railroad depot without extra charge, non lit ly MRS. M \UTII \ KAHNS. Moore House, Fifteenth Street near Ferguson, CHEYENNE, - - WYOMING. A. WALDSCHMIDT, Proprietor. Hoard SO.OO per Week. JOHN IIBROLD, H. O. KKOI.ISU. STAR BREWERY. JOHN HEROLD & CO., Brewers of LjACER BEER! AND ALE And Wholesale denier* In Brewers Supplies HOPS, MALT, BRUSHES, BUNGS, CORKS, &C., &C-, I Which they offer to the Trade at the lowe»t market rates. The Httuntlou of Brewer* is called I to their complete stock of All the material* nec essary for the brewing business. Orders from I abroad solicited. iyW-ly j I Established in New York City, 185!) v SIM. D. KEHOE, SOLE MANUFACTURE!! OF Kehoe's Improved Indian Clubs. 1 For muscular c'evclopetnent. Dumbbells, cro quet hats and halls, base hall hat*, ten pin ball* and pins, heel padded boxing gloves, improved ; striking hag. metropolitan policemen's clubs. .These clubs are u*od hv the Met. Police of N. Y. 1 City A Kehoe's Illustrated Book on the Ups of the Club. *2-50 LIST OF PRICES OP r*DlA* CLUBS. 6, 7ABlbs oh p'rfSAO lbs. each V pair Mrcs for Lades. A Ch'n. 12 TjOO 2 lbs. each per pair 200 15 10.00 S *' S.Oo 30 ‘ •* " “ 14.00 4 400 36 “ •* - “ 16 00 5 “ “ " “ 5.50 306 Broadway, New York Clfy. CROCERIEB. WHIPPLE BROTHERS, Wholesale and Rutnii Adlm in GROCERIES! PROVISIONS & PRODUCE! Are prepared l« fill large or small order* far supplies of SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, FLOUR, BACGN, HAMS. GRAIN AND VEGETABLES. FISH OF ALL KINDS, FRESH AND DRIED FRUITS, Canned Goods ! Figs, Spices, o, Maccaroni, Tapioca and Citron lavoriug Extracts. BAKING POWDERS ! SAUCES. PICKLES. ETC. We give special attention to the trade iu Fresh Batter & Eggs, \ And tho bust qualities of CHEESE’ All of which we are prepared to offer, in any quantity, in the best condition, and At l*('(tiiced Prices I Store on the south tide of Seventeenth street. West of ihi- Post Office, Cheyenne. feblO-tf XJ3NTXO3NT PACIFIC Rail Road Company TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT Jlave an unlimited number of Troth j Business and Resident Lots in all tlie towns along the line of road irom Omnha to Corrine. which are being sold cheap, | and great inducement* are offered to all wishing ; to establish business and build for themselves a home. There Is a grent demand for BUSINESS HOUSES I in all the towns, to supply the Immigration 1 which will continue for years settling up tho I riclt agricultural and mincrnl land*. Applications may bo made to Agents on the | ground, or address J. M. EDDY, (femoral Town Si to Aent, TT. P. R. R anglfi-tf OMAHA. NEBRASKA uzm & co., BANKERS, [SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. & CO.] Cheyenne. Wyoming. E3COEEA3\r&B, COIN AND GOLD DUST BOUGHT AND SOLD. Collections made on all points, with prompt re turns. Interest paid on time deposits. Drafts on all the principal cities of Europe sold at tho lowest rates. POSEY S. WILSON, BANKER, Now brick block. Sixteenth street, near Fergu son, Cheyenne, Wyoming, transact* a general hanking business. STEPHEN BON, EDDY STREET, Near Corner Fifteenth Street Has just received the most complete stock of GKNTS* AND BOYS’ LADIEN’ and misses Boots and Shoes! or Tint BKHT QUALITT. MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS ! Hand made and Warranted. Leather and Findings Os Ovary description, which he sells at vary low prices for cash All Work Wai-rauted! If vou irnm « ,*ood 'bargain eai! on STEPHEN BON. Eddy Street, near Fifteenth I 6io* Red Windows SMITH’S COLUMN. : -» * I j PEtER SMITH’S a €HICA©O Revolution Store! CORNER Eddy and 17th STMBBTS. CHEYENNE, WYOMING. CHEAPEST STORE THIS SIDE OF OMAHA. -o TMs Establishment, roceutly opened, has con 1 stantly on hand a i Fu.ll assortment I OF CLOTHING! Boots and Shoes. HATS A CAPS. NOTIONS !• POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY! * ETC., ETC., ETC., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CITY AX’D COUNTRY DEALERS Ars requested to call and EXAMINE STOCK &, PRICES. RFFORF. VISITING EASTERN y Wdjn^in'; i LAND CRANT BONDS. JOeßven&Bro. BANKERS, No. 40 South Third street, V PHILADELPHIA. union:pacific r. r. Land Grant Bonds! WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE, at heat mar ket price, THF LAND GRANT BONDS Or TMS U. P. R. R. COMPANY. TUKT AMOUNT, IN ALL, TO 510,000,000, Bun Twenty Years! J*ND FAT Seven Per Cent. Interest! They are Coupon Bonds of one thousand do lars ($1,000) each, and arc secured by t A FIRST MORTGAGE , OJt ABOUT 14,000,000 ! j Acres of Land 1 1 Being ail the lands which Ihe fniwr Tartflc R. R. Co. now have or shull hereafter acquire from the United State*, except the lands Wnkf, are or shall be included In the Railroad and Telegraph , Line of said company, or used for the construc tion or operation thereof, for the track, yard*, de pot ground*, buildings, or erection* thereof. It will readily he seen that an average of (75) . seventy-five cent* per acre for the land* of the ( Company, will retire tlie whole l*«ue of Land Grant Bond*, thus reducing the interest liability of the Company to thut extent. Tho Company receive their Land Grant Bonds for their face and accrued interest, in payment of all lnmis sold by them. The Union Pacific Railroad Company com mencod the sale of their land July 28th, IWW. , Thu land now offered for sale ranges from $2.50 to S2O Per Acre, AND rXRRACP.fI BOMB or THS I Very Best Farming Land! THE COMPANY HAN. ALUEADT THE SALES AMOUNT TO 30,000 Acres Monthly ! AND MOfITLT TO ACTUAL SETTLERS. As the entire revenue from the sales of the ands of the Company is pledged to the redemp tion and cancellation of the Lund Grunt Ronds of the Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Land Grant Bonds will necessarily become scarce ami high in price, ns the land* are sold, are the pro coed* arc invested by tho Trnstcos of tho Bond holders In the Land Grant Conds. The Lund Grant Bonds of the Hannibal A St. Joseph n. R., are 108 hid and none offered; there Is no reason why these bonds may not rule that high at some future time. | For further particulars addross JOe^yen&Bro. Denier* in Gorornmss>t B*ewirte*. Philadelphia ARION PIANO FORTES. | i r ’ _ ! ' «mi li'ti. i ~ ,• :i PATENT ARION Piano Fortes I COMBINES MANNER'S FOUM Simplifying Patents, THE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER USED IN PIANO FORTES. PATENT AR.IOIM 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 01 HERS. The ARION PIANO FORTE has Greater PoweF than any other Piano Forte Manufactured. IT ffTLI* STAND IN TI NE LONGEKf and in ite mechanical con at ruction It is more prr-' feet, and. therefore, more durable than any in strument constructed in ihe usuul modern style. The arrangement of the Agraffe, the manner of stringing, the peculiar form aud arrangement of the Iron Frame, SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS. The use of a bar [which is a part of the Iron Frame) on a lino with the heavy steel stringing, gives Great Strength where most needed, and in this respect all otksr. Pianos fall. The construction of tfte WREST PLANK, Into which the Tuning Pim* afe Inserted, Is such that it is imnnssibie for the phis to become loosened, or the Wrest Plank Itself to spilt, as is too often the case in other Piano-Fortes. Tlxe Extraordinary Kvenue** throughout the scale, tho excellent Hinging 1 (Quality, the | Length and Purity of Vibration, i n ll go to prove what we claim, viz., that the Arion - Piano-Forte I IS THE BEST INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED | AGENTS WANTED. First class and responsible Agents wanted in every City and Town where we have not already appointed them. Writr for Ol'rcnlar, which we mail free, or en close two three cent stamps for the AKION PAMPHLET, which contalnsa lull account of the famous blindfold trial, and other valuable Infor mation to thorc contemplating purchasing a Piano Porto. N. B—Wo caution the public from purchasing a cheap Plano, which her roountly been nut In the market, hearing the name Arlon.” All genuine Arlon Pianos boar the name “Patent Arlon, ana can only be purchased from our New York Ware rooms, or our authorized Agents throughout the United Status. All Ktndii or Bfnstcal Instru ments supplied. ADDKKS9 TIIK ARION PIANO-FORTE CO., NO. fiM, BROADWAY, auglMA-wiv New York City.