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THE DAILY EVENING LEADER,
Fubllshcd at CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY, PlMcer Paper of Wyoming. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t (IN ADVANCX.) One rear $20,00 Mix months 10.00 Three months 0.00 One month 3 ®0 Per week, supplied by carrier W Mingle copy 16 BEHERAL DIRECTORY. Territorial Officer*, Governor —Jno. A. Campbell. Secretary —Herman Glafcke. Marthal— Church Howe. District Attorney— Joseph M. Carey. Surveyor General— S. Reed: United States Collector— Thomas Harlan. United States Assessor—E. P. Suow. * United States Commissioner— W. A. Campbell# Territorial Auditor— Benjamin Gallagher. Territorial Treasurer— J. W. Donnellan. Justices of the Supreme Court —J. H. Ilowe; J. 11. Kingman; W. T. Jones# Clerk of Ist Judicial District *-J. W. Hutchinson. County Officer*. Sheriff— 8. M. Preshaw. Clerk and Recorder—F. K. Addoms. - Treasurer— D. McLaughlin. Probats Judge— D. McLaughlin. Assessor —J. K. Jeffrey. Coroner—B. Ilurlburt. School Superintendent—J. D. Davis. Commissioners-H. J. Rogers; A. R. Converse; B. Gallagher. City Government. Meetings of the Town Trustees, Thursday rven lng4n each week, at the City Hall. President of Board-^ J. H. Martin. Marshal— S. M. Preshaw. City Clerk— F. E. Addoms. City Attorney— I. W\ Cook. Treasurer—C. D. Sherman. City Assessor—F. E. Addoms. Board of Trustees— J. 11. Martin; O. W. Corny; H. H. Kills; B. L. Ford: E. P. Johnson. Police Justices. Jno. Slaughter.—np stairs, corner Sixtenth and Eddy Streets. W. Thompson. Cliurclae*. St. Mark's church. Episcopal. Services, from April Ist to September Ist, at 11 a. m.. and at 8 p. m. From September Ist to April Ist, at 11 a. m. and 7H p. m. Rev. F. O. Barstow, minister. Congregational, Rev. J. D. Davie, Pastor, church corner Nineteenth and Hill streets. Preaching service every Sabbath at 10V4 a. m., and 7V4 p. n. ; Sabbath School and Bible Claes after morning service; Social Prayer Meeting Wedneseay even lag, at 7V4 o'clock. Scats free. Roman Catholic, Revs. P. J. Erlach, J. Foley, Fastors, church oh O'Neil street, above Twentieth. Presbyterian church, corner Ferguson and Eighteenth streets, Rev. W. G. Kephart, pastor. Preaching every Sabbath atll a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Seats all free, anu ev erybody welcomed. Methodist Episcopal, Rev. G. 11. Adams, pas tor. Preaching every Sabbath evening at 7*4 o’clock, at the new church. Eighteenth street. Sabbath school and Bible class at p. m. Week prayer meeting Thursday evening. Itlasonlc. Wyoming R. A. Chapter, U. D., meets at JTall on the first aad third Tuesday ownings In each month, at 8 o'clock r. x. iF. A. Baker, Sec'y. G. D. Foglesong, H. P. Cheyenne Lodge, No. 18, meets first and third Saturday nights in each month, at Masonic Hall. Odd Fellows. Cheyenne Lodge, No. 1,1. O. O. F., meets every Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall. Y. FI. C, Asucoclatlon. The reading rooms of the Y. M. C. A. are in the Rollins House Block, 16th Street, and are open to the public, from 9a. m. to 10 p. m daily. Files •f the latest papers. Religions Secular, Periodi cals Ac. Ac,, can there be found. Rooms free to alt. 8, J, SCIURKR. Oeo. H. Russell, Sec'y . President. MISCELLANEOUS. EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society, OF THE UNITED STATES. Sum assured, new business during the year 18G9, $51,021,141.00. Being over Thirteen Million Dollars greater than the new business of any other Life Insurance com pany In the world. Asaetß, #13,000,000. Cash Income, 5r,800,000. J. H. NICHOLS, Agent, Cheyenne. &ngl2tf MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. UIETJ, OVER *36,000,000. CASH. Fmralihei LUo Insurnncc, combining the ftdvan- Ufe* offered bjr ALL OTHER COMPANIES, with IWKqOALKD FINANCIAL SECURITY. E. P. SNOW, State Agent, marl O-l, Cheyenne. Wyoming Territory. Buy Me an 1 I’ll do You Good. ROOT AND PLANT. • By cleansing the blood and arousing the U L liver and secretive organs to a healthy ac- Mtlon, these Pills cure many complaints u which 1t would not be supposed they could H 5 reach, such as Headache, l’ain in the side. M ■ Numbness of the hnnds and feet,Dullness h B Chilliness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lose M J of appetite. Billions Dysentery, Kidney ■ •P affections, Coustipatlon, Debility Fevers (S M of all kinds. Dyspepsia, Jaundice, and , other kindred complaints arising from alow state of the body or obstructions of its functions. Being free from mercury and othur poisons, they can bo taken at all times and under all circumstances without regard to diet or business. Price 25 cents a box. Prepared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., Bt. Louis, Mo. Bold by druggists aud dealers In med icine everywhere Jy2ttdAwly Established in New York City , 1850. BIM. D. KEHOE, SOLS MANUFACTURER OF iehoe's Improved Indian Clubs, For muscular'’evelopoment. Dumbbells, cro '"••t bats and halls, base ball hats, tenpin halls aad nlns uadUcd boxing gloves, improved striking' metro,lVlH"nUArv" v' (These clubs arc used by the - X* City.) Kehoe'slllustrated Book ou the Is© o* ‘no diffitlMO. ÜBT OF FBICBS Or ITOI AX CLUBS, A 7 ABlbsehFp'rffl.ft ’ • lb©, eaeh fi pair tt.OO Hzea for Lades, A Ch’n, * '* ** “ 7.QU 2 lbs. each par pair 2.00 li •• « .. .. wuo tO *• • •* n i 4.00 4•» •• •» 4.00 ■» " “ “ 16.00 s♦» '* •» “ 5.50 90* Kretiway, New York City. Absoluts Divorces legally obtained in New *•£*•*•» Illinois and othrf Bt%tpa, far per •••• any Slat* or Cquntyy, legal every where ; desertion, non-snpport, ote., snmelent eauee: no pnblli ty; no oliarge nntll divorce oh lalned. Advice froe. Business established fif teen years. Address, .. _ __ M. HOU Attorney, apidStm JV^ ( Tfi N*«ssn street. N° * yo r k sty. Cheyenne Uatlp Header, VOL. IV. DAILY EVENING LEADER. (Yultflal Paper of the United State*. rtrBUSUKD. DAII.T. EXCEPT Hlf-PAT. BT 2NT. A. UAIIBn, Editor and Proprietor. —lt seems to be a very difficult matter to get a successor to the American Minister, Motley it Lon don. Half a dozen successors were proposed, several months since when Ills removal was regarded probable. The last person spoken of In this connection was Morton of Indiana. The result of the election in his State precluded his forsaking a position in the Senate which must have fallen to a Democratic successor. The latest ru mors are that Postmaster General Cress well is to take the English mis sion, and Col. Forney of Philadel adelphia will be made Postmaster General. —There have been a number of ru mors current for several days past, of changes in the subordinate officers of the Union Pacific Rnilroad, under the new management of Superintendent Sickels. No changes however have actually been made on this division as yet, with tho exception of the re removal of Mr. Calhoun, Mas ter Mechahic, who is replac ed by the roinstalntion of R. Galbraith, the former incumbent of this position. We are not advised of the reasons for this change, but presume that it is alone traceable to the practice of bestowing the favors of official positions upon friends, rather than strangers, when capabili ties are equal. This custom has the sanction of common senseaiul policy, and doubtless other changes will en sue, for similar reasons. General News. Miss Emily Pitt Stephens is the editor of the San Francisco Pioneer . New York has “an Academy of Tonsorial Art,” Where the barbers are educated. Mark Twain wants to have an ar mistice proclaimed until his map of Paris is translated into French and German and supplied to both armies. Tho editor of a paper in Nebraska who offered a premium for the larg est watermelon left nt his office, has been supplying the Omaha mar ket with these vegetables all sum mer, besides boarding his hnnds on the fruit. The Chinese in California have a burying place in San Francisco, where they go twice a year to distri bute food upon tiie graves of their deceased friends, and throw pieces of charmed paper to the winds, with a view of exorcising evil spirits. Nearly 2,500 Celestials recently par ticipated in a ceremony of this kind. Gen. Butler, in a sjicech nt Salem, on Wednesday, in reference to his nomination for Congress, denounced the action of tho Canadian govern ment in interfering with American fishermen. In tho course of his re marks he said: “ There seems but two solutions to this matter. One is that we take the matter in our own hnnds nnd defend ourselves. This is very easily done, and a single shot fired in answer to the British gun calling our vessels to heave to, will bring the matter to a crisis. If we should get hold of one of these British cutters, and bring her into a United States port, and try the men for piracy, for their actions have been nothing else, perhaps the diplomats would fly a little faster. There is another remedy open to us. Let us say to Great Britain, we will have no intercourse so long ns the Ala bama claims remain unsettled. We can afford to wait, and sho will he the looser.” A California correspondent of the Chicago Republican writes: A party of women formed an “ An ti-Coolie Laundry Association ” nt Sacramento recently, nnd it worked beautifully for a time, tho women re ceived liberal pntronago from the sympathizing public; but the fact that the clot lies returned looked nnd smelled like tho-e done up by China men, led to nil investigation, and it turned out that the smart women had sub-let tho work to Chinese washer worsen nt two-thirds the price paid by their confiding patrons, and i>ocketod tho difference. The concern bursted there and thereupon, and such politico-industrial organiza tions arc Just now looked upon with d;«favor in Sacramento and vicinity. Brigham Young said, in a discourse at Salt Lakei “\Ve know there are a great many who depend upon a moral life for future happiness and joy, believing Mint will prove satis factory. I can tell you I would rath er have the practice of a good moral religion without any faith at all in a Supremo Being than to have faith in a Supreme Being wittiout any moral, good action, and a life filled with vice, sin and Iniquity,” CHEYENNE, WYOMING, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1870. BY TELEGRAPH REPORTED KXPRESRI.T FOII THE EVENING LEADER. NIGIIT B I>P ORT. THE WAR. THE FRENCH SITUATION! Energy of Gen. Trocliu. Prospects of an Armistice. COMMENTS ON ENGLISH INTERVENTION. The Electiom In Ihcvr York Cit j. U. S. vs. Municipal Authority The Excitement increasing. Tours, Oct. 2-I.—Some journals give the particulars of the alleged massaciS of tho French garrison which recently capitulated at Sois sons. The soldiers, it is said, have all been shot in tho woods near that city. They were 'hutched in cold blood. The has faith enough in the story to make it the subject of official inquiry with a view to retaliation. News from Paris of tho 18th refers to the preparations for offensive movements on a largo scale, hut no particulars are given for fear that the intelligence might be of service to the enemy. Private as well as official accounts praise General Trocliu for his good j judgment and close activity; his en ergy provides for everything. His popularity is unbounded. Paris is j full of the utmost confidence in his j patriotism and ability. The Journal ] Official says all parties accord praise to Gambetta for what lie has i done, and adds: Since his arrival in ; Tours he has organized armies, re stoned military discipline, aroused ! the public to the dangers or the sltua- I tion, hastened armament, settled many dissensions, made judicious ap pointments, and has worked constant ly. A more confident tone is nolica hle in the journals and public In con sequence of the manifest improve- : mpnt of affairs, brought about by his vigorous administration. Touns, Oct. 24.—The Funcois says J that an nrmistice has not yet been concluded, but hope is entertained of peace. AH are surprised at the atti tudo of England. Having paid no attention to Thiers, site suddenly does much more than was asked of her; ■ takes tho Initiative, and proposes : bluntly the suspension of arms, to allow the election of a new constitu ent assembly, which mnymake peace. In thus acting, does England listen to the general interests and considera tions of humanity ? It is possible she • is secretly pushed by thnt belligerent which has had all her sympathy up to the present time. Many persons, adds the journal, incline to believe that the English cabinet is now acting by the advice of Prussia,who stopped in definitely before Paris has made known to England that tho tiAe has come for action on her part. The Francois says that England was not solicited again by France, whose ap plication she nt first refused. France nsks not for an nrmistice, and has not authorized England for one. Since the failure of Favre France hns thought only of organizing for de fense. Whatever motive sho may have, England must notice the mus tering of our mobile guards, and tho spirit of Paris, Lyons, and other large cities. As England now pro poses an nrmistice, it must be because sho understands that proposals will bo made which wo may accept. The Siecle refuses to admit the good intentions of England and believes she is acting solely for Prussia, who nt last finds sho has undertaken an impossible task. England is advised to tell Prussia to mnke the most rea sonable demands, else war to the end will only be the result. Tho Gazette speaks to the same effect, nnd tho Union has no confidence in the pres ent move of England. It is reported to-day in explanation of General Boyer’s visit to tho King of Prussia thnt offers of pence were made to and ho was invited to send an emissary to The people, In official circles, dwell on the ciroumstafioo that tho present move of England follows oloso on tho circu lar of which Bmmarok affects such concern lest the Prussians may suffer the horrors of famine. It de clare thnt Franoc must act with cour age now. She must accept no hq- fnilialing conditions. Some appre hension is expressed by persons con nected with the government hero that Paris will refine any peace, the, terms of which don’t provide for the withdrawal of all Prussians from France. London, Oct. 23. —There are ru mors hero that conditions of peace have been arranged between Bazaine and King William, by which it isstip ulatcd that Empress Eugenie, who lias given her consent, shall go to Versailles and sign a treaty as a rep resentative of the only government recognized by Prussia. London, Oct. 2-I.—A cable dis patch to the Herald states, on good authority, that the intervention of England in favor of an armistice was induced by an apprehension of ulte rior designs on the part of Russia and Prussia to form a close alliance. The fact that Russia is quietly arming is well known despite her official de nials. England begins to see that the utter prostration of France would de prive her of the only strong ally to be depended on for tho frustration of Rnssia’s political scheme in the east. An uneasy feeling prevails in financial circles. It is anticipated should the efforts of England fail, sho will other and stronger measures for tiie cessation of the war. London, Oct. 24.—A cable dispatch to the Tribune has authority for stating that the negotiations thus far are proceeding satisfactorily. Gran ville proposed a meeting between Thiers and Bismarck and both as sented. Bismarck sent Thiers a safe conduct, but no basis has been ac cepted or suggested. Granville ex presses himself satisfied with the manner in which his overture lias been received on all hands, by ; other neutral powers as well as by | tiie belligerents, hut to-day as yester ! day, avoids expressing any confi ! dence of their success. Nothing has ! been heard from Paris. Rumors of peace abound nnd it is reported that the Empress is participating in the negotiations, and also the Emperor, ! hut it is believed that nothing serious \ is proceeding except from Granville’s I initiative. New York, Oct. 21.— The lower part of th© city has been flooded with circulars from Mayor Hall, asserting that the census bus l>een Incorrectly taken, and thnt a fnir count would have shown a population of a million nnd a quarter, and a voting popula tion of two hundred thousand. He appeals to all citizens, of all parties, to register Mon day or Tuesday next, that this point may be .clearly established. The action of the federal authorities, rela tive to tile registry, is creating intense excite ment. The J)cmocrats seem confident that notwithstanding the measures of the Federal authorities, a larger resistration will be mode than at any previous election. It is now probable a straight Republican county ticket will be nominated. Gen. Butler, Secretary Robeson, Senator Conkling, Gen. Babcock nnd others had a long consultation to-day, concerning measures for carrying out the Congressional election law, and to prevent fraudulent voting and regis tration. Morgan Jones declines the Tammany and Mozart nominations for Congress. Owen Glenon was to-day arrested and held to bail in the sum of two thousand dollars, for rescuing from a deputy marshal, one Jos. Ercland, accused of fraudulent registration. Horace Greeley is confined to his bed, by fever, resulting from exposure on bis recent trip through the West. The census of this city, Just completed, give a population of 928,910. St. Louis, Oct. 24.—The base ball match to day between the White Stockings of Chicago, and the Atlnntics of this city, was won by tho former, the score standing 48 to 8. A Hook Tor the Million. 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Office, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet. Market and Chcsmit, St. Louis, Mo. HE EUROPEAN MAIL, a Weekly Summary or News for North America.—Usual Contents: —Accidents; Art and Science; Births. Murrlages, and Deaths: Conunericlnl Summary: Correspon dence: Court :Crlt|Jnal; Emigration; Foreign and Colonial; lrolnnd;x>atest Shipping: Legal Liter ary; Market Reports; Medical: Mercantile; Mill i tary; Miscellaneous; Music and the Drama; Naiu ral History; Navql; Obituary; Political; Price Current;Scotland; Shipping and Freights; Spe cial American Notes; Sporting; Stock and Shares; Wills and Bequests, 4c. 4c. Subscri/Nion, jtayahle in advance, 17*. 44. per an •turn, inclusive qf jxmtage. maySd4wly PURE CIDER VINEGAR AND— COAL OIL Constantly on hand at 51, O Iir.ALY’S STORE, »optttdd3m Flf*tenth Street. M REWARD. For any ease of Blind Blooding, Itching, or Ulcerated Piles, that i Pile Remedy fails to cure. It is prepared oxpressly to cure tho Piles and nothing olso, and has cured cases of over *> yeai V stand ing. Bold by ail Druggists. Lahokvlovt, 142 Fractcltk St.. Baltixohb: Price, fl. Oft. •optiMtMkwly The Very Latest. NOON It EPO UT . The Latest from New York. The South CarolluiK Election. THE STATE GOES REPUBLICAN New York, Oct. 25—It Is under stood that Akcrinan, Attorney Gen eral of the United States, arrived in the city last evening for the purpose of consulting with the District At torney and with Marshal Sharpe as to measures taken for the enforce ment of the election laws. The At torney General declares that all pow er of government is to be used for the enforcement of the law. A Times special, dated Washington, last evening, says that the dispatches received here from New York, giving brief details of the resistance to United States officers in their duty of enforcing the laws of Congress, created quite a breeze for a dull day. Attor ney General Akerman left for New York to-night, nnd will investigate the facts to-morrow. Tho people of New York may rest assured thnt the 1 nvs will be enforced, and that the United Statesofficers will be protected and sustained inthe execution of their duty. Os this they will have ample evidence before to-morrow night. The Eighth Regiment of United States Infantry are expected to reach this city next Monday from Charles ton, S. C., from which point they are to sail in transports on Saturday next. The Republican, of Charleston, S. C., of the 21st, says that the Republi can party is thoroughly victorious, making a clean sweep of the State by 20,000 and the Congressional ticket, and will have more than two-thirds of each branch of the Legislature; also, that they have succeeded in at least nineteen of the thirty-one counties of the State. The Char leston Courier, on the other hand, insists that a fair count of Votes would show n majority for the oppo sition ticket, but intimates that a fair count will not be had. The Charles ton News concedes the election of the Republican State ticket, but claims the election of McKessick, Union Reform, to Congress from the Fourth District. STAR BREWERY. JOHN HEROLD, Brewer of LAGER BEER! -AND ALE Aud Wholesale dealers in Brewers Supplies HOPS, MALT, BRUSHES, BUNGS, CORKS, &C„ £C„ Which they offer to the Trade at the lowest market rates. The attention of Brewers is called to their complete stock of fill the materials nec essary for the brewing business. Orders from abroad solicited. jy9-ly MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas, John Wehr. of the city of Cheyenne, and Terrltoryof Wyoming, did. on the 14th day of May, A. D. 1870, cxectxu; to Bernard Beno. of the city of Portland, in the State of Oregon, his cer tain promissory note for the sum of five hundred dollars, payable live month* after date, with in terest thereon at the rate of one per cent, per month, and did also at the «nme time and place, execute a mortgage to said Bernard Beno, on the following described property, to wit : The undi vided one-half interest in and to lot fifteen (15), in block number four hundred and fifteen (4)5>, in the city of Cheyenne, and Territory aforesaid, to gether with the undivided one-half interest in and to all the buildiugs and Improvements situated thereon, to secure the payment of said note ; there fore. by vlrtno of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, notice is hereby given that be tween the hours of 12 m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of the 25ih day of November, A. 1). 1870. at the District Court House door, in said city of Cheyenne, the above described mortgaged property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for caah, to satisfy said mortgage. Dated this 22d day of October. A. P. 1870. CnxnLEs lluno, 0c122-w4t Attorney In fact for Bernard Beno. - MANNING’S Antidote for Intemperance. TS AN INFALLIBLE CURE FOrt this fearful vice. L Its use. will al once reVuove tho taste or desire for stlmnlants. will soon create an actual dislike for thi^ tl- It can be administered In tea, cot Tee. 07 even water, without exciting suspicion, I ©.!• it is free from taste or smell. If you have a husband, brother or friend, adilictett to this terrible habit, UJs your duty to cure him. Sent free by mail on receipt of tho money. Price Two Dollars per box. W. H. MANNING 4 CO.. mylfidA if St. Louis. Mo. U. W. COREV, M. D. PITYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Examining Bar goon for Pensions. Office Rollins House, op posite Ford's Hotel. Residence corner of Hill •ud Sixteenth streets, one Mock north of U- P-R. R. Depot, Cheyenne, W. T. NO. 32. HOTELS. ( KARNS HOUSE. Seventeenth Street, CHEYENNE WYOMING. GREATLY ENLARGED and thouroufhly r*fltt«d in SUPERIOR STYLE. IT 18 THI Oldest, Largest AND ONLY First Class Hotel IN TSXS CITY. SUPERIOR accomtnodatiop* for transient or permanent bonnier* nt the moat reaaouable prices. An Omnibua will convey travelers to and from the Railroad depot without extra charge. mayl9-ly MRS. MARTHA KARNS, Moore House, Flffatnih Strut n#or Ftrguton, CHEYENNE, . . WYOMING. A. WALDSCn.EIDT, Proprietor. Board $6.00 per Week. ■ ■■ I ■ It rapidly *up«n«dinf all otiiar prap«ralio«f for producing Elegant, Street aad W\oltm>me BOLLS, BISCUITS, SEE AD, Suck* heat and other Griddle Cakee. Prrfeetlf Pier, and Reliable, and alwmp. ready for Immtedialt mm. Tha CHEAP EST Baking Potrder in the WOHLD, and It WILL BEEP ON LAND OE SEA, im any climate, for gear.. It la watt adaptad to tba uh of Uoumkeepert. Miners, Marines, Emigrants, da., and It In fact. In every respect, the BEST TEAST POWDEU mada '•for the Kitchen, the Camp, the Galley " •OLD DT GROCEIW h DEALERS EVEBTWBEKK. Manufactured by DOOLEY it BROTHER, 69 NwW GTRCGT, NEW-YORiC ROGERS & CO., BANKERS, [SUCCESSORS TO KOUNTZE BROS. A CO.J Cheyenne, Wyoming. EXCHANGE, COIN AND GOLD DUST BOUGHT AND SOLD. Collections made on all point*, with prompt re tnrn*. Interest paid on time deposit*. Drafts on all the principal cities of Europn sold at the lowest rate*. CLOTHING, ETC. WE WKRK NEVER AS WELL PREPARED AS NOW TO SHOW TO THE PUBLIC Such an assortment of goods, stylish and desirable CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! In ftaot everything that ts needed In Jlcn’e Wear AT THE U. P. R. R. CLOTHING HOUSE, SIXTEENTH SX. B. A I. HELLMAN. wtoNiiie mu mint Issued every Saturday. TERMS : *3 A YEAR, f 1.00 HALT TEAM. Ie one of the iArgcst Papers In the WeSL COMMERCIAL JOB FBKYSIIMI OF EVERT KIND Neatly, cheaply and expcdttlonehr execute Cards of every ehape and kind. Bltf Heeds. Lettef and Note Heudlugs, Blank* of overy klud. IW ent, etc., priuied on short order. liavtaw a new lot of Tvpe and Prcerea. we earn d* haadeoeie work at low prices. STOVES, ETC. EVENING STAR] CHALLENGE —AND— mHE DEMAND FOR CHARTER OAK. CHAL- X LENGE and EVENING STAR Stovee hae grown so rapidly of late that we have not filed orders a* promptly as desirable; but having now secured the assistance of another Stove Foundry, wc shall hereafter confine nearly the entire force of our own establishment to the production of the Stoves above named and hope to fill all orders withont delay. We would call the attention of »ho*« about purchasing, to the SUCCESS aud POPULARITY of all THESE STOVES. No better evidence of their Intrinsic merit can be offered than a state ment of the fact, that aflcr 18 years’ use and ho- Ing subject to severe testa In all kinds of locali ties. ana to the most bitter and determined oppo sition that conld be invented, that they are to-day, the MOST POPULAR STOVES in the market, aud have given «uch universal satisfaction that the DEMAND IS GREATER THAN EVER. If von want the Bt*t Cooking Stars for TTeod, buy the CHARTER OAK. If you want the Best Cooking Slots for Coal, buy the Challenge. If yon want the neatest and best sheet iron parlor stove ever made, buy the EVENING ST AM. -SOLD BY Excelsior Manufacturing Go., 612 and 61-1 North Main Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. AND ALL— Live Stove Dealers, LIKE HARPER Sc HOl’SMiy, ■ AND H. BOETTCHER Sc CO., aplldAwly Cheyenne, Wyonilng, WASTED AGENTS—FOK OUR NEW WML WOMAN: By Dr. Geo. H. NAruETa. Price f 2.00. brave, pore book Is the great sncceea of the year, and l* selling at the rate of thousands of copies per month. Among the latest reports are: »ia five days. 118 in one week, 37 in one day, STB Im three weeks. 4c. Many agents never oraer lees than 150 to SOU at a time. 5.500 coplea have baam sold in a single county. Send for pamphlet, Ac. Address. E. HANNAFORD A CO., Publishers, octl-d6t 158 south Clark Street, Chicago. o. D. TOOI.XSONQ. H. W. roOLKMKa. FOGLESONG & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS. LADIES’ SHOES, CALIFORNIA BLANKETS, NOTIONS, ITC. Largest Slock In Wyoming 1 . mehtl-Sm SINGER'S Sewing Machines. The Manufketurlng Cm. Is now producing nearly 200.0<M> Sewlug Machines per anuum and U mol able to meet the demand, but in order to do so mew fac tories are being erected that will supply’ Three Hundred and Fl.ny Thonu.d Machines eartj Year. Th, popularity ol tho "'.Vaw Faxu.t" Sowlni UmA'irf.At tt.ofolo.aa at. 3 .imp 1 icily, durability a-jj beauty. Whort known it irt difficult for oth e , manufacturers to effect sale*, and they employ every moan* to foist their u ? on ,i h,i People. Buyers of dewing Machines should avoid canvasser* and peddlers who resort to co mpulsion to mnke sales, for no machine can b e desirable that is forcibly thrust on the purchaser. 4 The Binge f “New Family ** and the "New TV- 0 :.. n ? Sewing Machines, [the latter for Dressmakers, Tailors, Shoemaker*, dtc..l era eagcrlv sought for, and a large stock cun be round m our sales room*, together with evory usepji accessory Intended for them. Ve acll Silk Twist, Cotton and Linen Threads, .leodles. Oil, Screw -drivers, 4c.. at retail or la quantity at manufacturers’ prices. Catalogues, Price Lists, Ac.. [ln English or Oer man] furnished on application by mall or other wise. DEAN Ac LOWE, 60S North Fourth DtrNl, •ept»-d3m ST. I-OYTS, DIO C. E. THOMPSON, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER Seventeenth street, next <]oor to the Metropolitan Billiard Hell. UNDERSTANDS thoroughly tho art of fitting any feet, deformed or otherwise, according to anatomical principles. None but the best mater ials are nsca and latisfactioa guaranteed. Olv* him a call. *7-ly STEPHEN BON, EDDY ITBEET, Near Corner Fifteenth Street nas just received the most complete stock of GENTS* AND BOYS* LADIES* AND NUMBS Boots and Shoes.! or TUX BEST QUALITY. MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS ! Hand made end Warranted. Leather and Findings Os every description, which he sells at price* for cash. All Work Warranted! If you want a good bargain rail on STEPHEN BON. Eddy Street, near nfteegi| l f iuf—Window#.