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A cheap galvanic battery has been
described by Dr. Golding Bird, which,
it is stated, can decompose water and
ignite charcoal. The mode of con
struction is to break the stems of six
Pipea close to the bowls, and
close the apertures at the bottom of
each bowl with sealing wax ; get six
small toy tumblers, about half an
inch in height; put ih each a cylin
der of amalgamated zinc, and place
in each pipe bowl a thin slip of plati
num Ml, half an inch wide, and con
nect It with the zinc of the next cell
with platinum wire; fill the pipe
bowls with nitric acid, and the bat
tery is complete. .Incase the plati
num cannot be obtained, copper may
betaubeUtuted. This battery is in
imitation of the famous battery made
by Faraday out of a common thimble..
A physician, examining a student
as to Iris progress, asked him: “ Sup
pose a man fall into a well forty feet
deep, at\d strike his head against one
gs the tools with" which he had been
.* digging, what would be your course
if called in as a surgeon?” The stu
dent replied: “I should advise them
to let the man lie, and fill up the
well.” ■
A woman sent her son to the attic
JTCt -Sope kindling wood. From
tab gitxer the. boy called down the
stairs to ask how much she wanted,
and whether she wanted long or
short sticks. She replied :
** We want but llrtla here below,
And want that little lung.”
A mixture of hartshorn and castor
Oil is said to be the best thing known
to prevent the hair from falling out.
It is said that a hell rung under
the water returns a tone ss distinct as
if rung in the air.
There are secrets, says Landor,
which not even love should try to pen
etrate. -
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THE DAtLT EVENING LEADER
Issued each day, except Sunday, and containing
a large amount of Interesting news, general and
local, and circulating widely throughout Wyo
ming and the adjacent sections of tho Rocky
Mouutaln region*, render* lt the
Be6o Advertising Medium
Ilf TUB COUNTRY.
sldift of Ferguson *L*eet/ Olioyetme,
Wyoming. I
PRINTINC.
REFITTED AND FURNISHED!
Heady for biisiness!
T IX XT
Cheyenne Leader !
PIOKTEEH.
JOB PRINTING
HOUSE.
, N. A. Baker, Proprietor,
IS AGAIN IN COMPLETE RUNNING ORDER
FOR THE EXECUTION OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF
Plain and Fancy
PRINTING
COMPRISING
O^.RSS
Os Every Shape & Kind,
BILL HEADS,
Letter and Note Headings,
Blanks of Every Kind,
POSTEnS,
KCaiid Bills, Etc.,
HAVING AN ENTIRELY
J
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AM)
SUPERIOR PRESSES !
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Execute Handsome Work !
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER !
We have a Complcto Supply of
Latest Styles of Type!
AND
Fine Colored and Black inks,
AS WELL AS A FIRST-CLASS
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AND ARE CONFIDENT WE CAN GIVE
Complete Satisfaction
9
IN OUR nTYLE OF WORK.

Proposals for Transportation
INDIAN GOODS
——O
OrncK or Oovkiinoii and Bx-Omcio J
St’PT. Indian Affairs, v
Cheyenne, Wyoming. UHi October, 1870. j
Proposals will be received at this office until
Monday, the 17th day of October, 1870,
For the transportation of sixteen thouVnnd
(1(3,000) pounds (more or less) of Indian annuity
goods from Point of Rocks, on the U. P. R. K„ to
Camp Brown, on the Sboshonco Indian Reserva
tion. The goods to be delivered at Camp Brown
on or before the let proximo.
J. A- CAMPBELL.
Governor and ax-Offlclo Snpt. of Indian Altairs.
or.t7 9t
DRYCOODS, ETC.
S. F. NUCKOLLS
r-Lrrrv'.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
D RY GOODS
CARPETING,
CLOTHING
BLANKETS,-
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS'.
GITOCEniES,
PROVISIONS!
LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars !
HARD WARE Ac CBTLEIIY,
Boots & Slioes,
HATS AND CAPS,
Outfitting Goods Jencrally
Am in weekly receipt of Goods from the Im
orters and Manufacturers. Bought for a~h an
will be sold at the lowest rates for cash only.
t&r Two story atone building. Seventeenth
street, Cheyenne.
PARISH & CO,
Successors to C. H. Tickett.
AUCTION
and
COMMISSION
AinriciiAKrTs.
SEVENTEENTH STREET
CIIEVENXE, \V. X.
«■
Particular Attention
TO SALE OF STOCK.
fob 10-3 y
XJrvTIOJNT PACIFIC
Rail Road Company
TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT
Ilave an unlimited number of both
Business and Resident Lots
in all the towns along the line of mad trom
Omaha to Corrlne. which are being sold cheap,
and great inducement* are offered to all wishing
to establish business aud build for themselves u
home.
There is a great demand for
BUSINESS HOUSES
in all the towns, to supply the immigration
which will coniUm- for years settling up the
ric . agricultural aud mlucral Linds.
* Applications may be made to Agents on the
ground, or address
J. M. EDDY,
General Town Site Aent, U. P. R. R
anglO-tf OMAHA, NEBRASKA
L. MURRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Foreign Ac Domestic
LIQUORS !
W I IV IS s.
Tobacco & Cigars.
17TII STREET,
Between Eddy and Ferguson,
febiO-tf
G. W. COREY, n. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Examining Sur
goon for Penslou*. Office Rollins House, on
posile Ford's Hotel. Residence corner of 11111
and Sixteenth streots, one block north of TT P R
R Dopot. Cheyenne. W T.
CHEYENNE MARKETS.
GUAIN.
States Corn, per lb 2K&3
Colorado do “
Oats per tt> 3©3',i
BUFADSTUrrS.
Flour, States, per sack 4Axa 5.50
Flour. Colorado, “ s.oo<<a 7.00
Buckwheat Flour, “ 7.00^10.00
PROVISIONS.
Potatoes, per !?• .. HVifo 3
Onion*. •• 40 r j]
Cheese. New York factory, per Tb. 2POU) 1
Cheese. Woeleru,■per lb . . 30(Tc25
Bean*. Nnvy. p« r fb m
Bean*. Mexic o “ 3'ii 5 |
Butter, common . . 8.H&40
Butter, good grades, ranch 4" gSO
Honey 4'NfcsJ
l; ar ‘ J 23tTci5
fiawm ........ ... gifts* ,
Hams, smoked... J3.£-.'o 1
Oreen salted meat ]K&3fl
Pork, firm at 14qfc20
Apples, green, per bbl 13.00^15.00
CASE* OOODS.
Field'* Oysters 7.110
Two pound Peaches 7.00
Three pound “• 10.006fc10.50
Com HJUYd, 9.-0
Strawberries . y.o H ft)
Raspberries o„i)
Bt.ckben k*. 6.«*t
( hlrken and Turkey 9.<<)(fciu.iio
Green Gages ... !1.75(&1'».f1'l
Poach Maruviludc J 2.75
Tomatoes, two pound cat.*. 5.2510 o.ou
Touiaioes. three “ “ 8.0 (fa 9.0 u
Pill.; Apple..... 9).1.i 9.59
Jellies, one and two pound* DA* Ufa 12 mi
Retail. per can 35 £ w
CAME Liquoits.
Red Jacket jfijo ;
Drake's 11)50 1
Ho.-:otter's in.uo
Whisky Cocktail judo
Champagne, plftis . 31. M)
Old Tom Oin? gjjjj
Wlmi 9.«u®p.:«o 1
Port W ine n, mi i
<> Ui ••••,
( ognac Brandy 12eU9S*».00 !
imtETu rnutT.
Apples, western, per #» jjf> jq
Apples. New York, per H>.. jvta 20
Peaches, per lb
Currant*. •• ’* 2tKA 25
Prunes “ 30a 25
Blackberries, per lb 25
Raisins, per box. 6.75-t 7 oil
Cherries, per lb 'Act
Raspberries, per lb
COFFEE.
Roamed, pur S— SK4 40
Rio. common to fair 224
Rio. good . 2fii7A 25
Rio, prime to C sw
Old Gov. Java 28f3ii 40
I. J)
TEAS.
Imperial l.g'VJfc 2.25
IJ2S® 9JJO
Young Hyson I.4'Kfc 2.10
7*P nn
0o, °«»3 1.50® 2.00
SUGARS.
Cuba, common to fair, per 1b 14/T& J 5
C.:ba. good to prime ]4(7h J 514
Porto Rico, good to choice
New York Crushed, Poxvdered. etc. 16V4® 21
New York, white coffee, A j7<7q 30
New York, while coffee, circle A 16tffc 18
New York, extra B .. IH
New York, extra C IHI4
Cuba box
BYHUPS.
New York, common, per gal 75® 1.00
New York, good, per gal a»or. 1.00
New York. 5 gal. keg* 7.00(^8.00
Golden*, per gal 1.40& 1.80
New Y ork dnp*. 5 gal kegs 7..YVa fl.no 1
11. A E. drips, per gal 1.75® 3.25
ha lt. 0
Fine dairy, per bbl 10.u0ftll.00
Coarse dairy. •• B.OUU 8.50
“ “ per lb --a ■■■■ 8
risuv*
r.V.'V ino P°»ir d '* 13.0(8ai5.00
White, half bbl 15 m)
Mackerel. No. 1 15 00 a 17.00
Mackerel, No. l.tyer kit.. 8.75©4.50
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Works' per box 8.50(7310.00
Sh afl e r's. per box
Palm Soap, per pound,
Castile."per lb..*.*. fT 40 '
Cheyenne, per lb w<Q 12
NAII.S.
Nails, limited demand 7JSO© 10.25
OILS AND PAINTS.
Carboij Oil. per gal., per bbl 58 a 02 .
Carbon Oil, per gul 7j a 80 !
Lard OH. “ 2.75
I.inseed Oil. “ 2.25 !
White Lead 20® 39 j
CHEYENNE LI MBER MARKET.
I>d I’4 and 2 inch clear dressed 85.00 j
1 inch, clear dressod 75.06
No. 1 dressed flooring 85.00 I
dear ceiling 5'.00 I
Clear *«-» j 45110 1
Rough lumber 45.0005U'0 !
4 ‘ t i ln f, ,0 1 H.«O I
No. 1 shlugle 7.50 '
To JVtacliinists.;
»
We hare on hand a Larga Quantity of j
Old Type Metal!
WHICH IS USED AS
BABBITT METAL!
And will l>e sold in
QUA N TITIES TO SUIT!;
AND AT A MUCH
XiESS COST
Apply at the Leader Oflicc.
POST OFFICE |
NEWS DEPOT!
DEALERS IN
IB O O HI fS
AND
STATIONERY.
• m
LATESTPAPERS
rnoM tub
EAST AND WEST j
PICTORIALS,
MAGAZINES AND REVIEWS
AND ALL THE
CHOICEST LITERATURE OF THE DAY.
Fine Cigars and Tobacco, j
TOILKT ARTICLES' AND
.Pocket Cutlery J
Everything in fact pertaining to a nows, vnrie
tv and cigar store, may tn* found for *ale in the
Post Office Rnil ling
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU.
ADDRESS
TO TOK
NERVOUS UNO DEBILITATED. |
WHOSESUFFESIMSS
HAVE BERN
Protracted from Hidden Causes,
AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE
PROMPT TREATMENT
TO RENDER
Existence Desirable.
If you are Buffering or have suffered, from in- !
voluntary discharges, what effect does it produce |
upon your general health? Do you fuel weak, de
bill rated, easily tired? Docs a little e*lra oxer- ;
tiun produce palpitation of the heart? Does your j
liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys fre j
qiiently gel out of order? Is your urine lomu I
time* thick, milky,,or flocky, or is It ropy on set
tling? Or docs a thick scum rise to the top? Or
, is n sediment at the bottom niter It has stood
, n\\ hlle? Do you have spells of short breathing or
| dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated? Do
j you have spells of fainting, or rushes of blood to
• the bead? is your memory impaired? is yous
mind constantly dwelling on ibis subject? Do
you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of company,
of life? Do you wish to be left alone, to get away
from everybody? Does any little (hi g make you
start 01 jump? Is your sleep broken or restless?
Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant? The bloom
on your cheek us bright? Do you enjoy yourself
in society as well? Do you pursue your business
with the same energy? Do you feel as much con
fidence in yourself? Arc your spirita dull and
(lagging, given to fits of melancholy? If so, do
not lay Jt to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you
restless nights? Your back weak, your knees
weak, and have but little appetite, and you at
tribute this to dyspepsia, or liver complaint?
NOW, READER,
self-abase, venereal diseases badly cured, and
sexual excesses, arc all capable of producing a
weakness of the generative organs. The organa
of generation, when in perfect health,
MAKE THE MAN.
DID YOU EVER THINK
that those bold, defiant, energetic, persevering
successful business men, are always those whose
! generative organs are in perfect health?
You never hear snch men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, or palpitation of the
heart. They are never af/nid they cannot succeed
in business; they don't become sad and discour
aged; they are always polite and pleasant in the
company of ladies, and look you aud them right
in tlie face—none of your downcast looks or other
meanness about them. Ido not mcau those who
keep the organs inflated by runniug to excess.
These will not only
XVv».lxa Tlawlx Ovi-lOtlLul/luilD)
but also tho«c they do business with or for. now
; many men, from badly cured diseases, from tlie
| effects of seif abuse and excesses, have brought
1 about that stnte of weakness in those organs that
| has reduced the general system so much as to lu
j ducc almost every other disease —
I
IDIOCY, LUNACY, PARALYSIS,
i spinal affections, vnicide, and almost every other
j form of discusc which humanity is heir to. and
| the real caneu of the trouble scarcely ever sue
pected, and have doctored for all but the right
| ..no,
j Diseases of these organs require the use of a
Diuretic.
HELSViBOLDS
Fluid Extract
SUGtiU!
j is the great Dlnretlc, and is a certain cure for dls*
] eases of the Bladder. Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakness. Female Complaints, General
Debility, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs,
whether existing in Male or Female, from what
ever cause originating, and no matter of how long
stnnding.
If no (rcAtinent is submitted to, Consumption
or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh aud blood are
supported from these sources, and the health and
happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon
j prompt use of a reliable remedy.
i HELMBGLD’S
EXTRACT
BUCHU,
j
, Established upward of Nineteen Years,
IS PREPARED BY
H. T. III£LMHOLD. Drugglsl,
| 594 Broadway, New York,
AND
104 South Tenth St., Phila.
Price 81.25 per Bottle, or G Bottles for
SG.SO, delivered to any nddrcMM. Sold
by all DrugglNiH. everywhere
| None itrp genuine unless done
! up in steel engraved wrapper,
w iili lac-simile of my liicmieal
; Warehouse, aud signed
11. T. PIKLMBOLD.
in 4 dawty
MISCELLANEOUS.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS.
BRANCH, CROOKES A OS,
uutmcTtiuia or
EXTRA PINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
O/ all the Descriptiont -now used in the Unites States,
▲no nr
iHP / BRANCH,^OOKES^ Mns
~ ■ manufacturers.
These Paws have b***n manufactured and in use since 1861. They warranted the Sm(
inscTtm-Tootn Buwa made; arc u»«.d txcluoivciy ou tue Paciflo count, anil approved liT min
men wherever known. J
Tht- ■ nserted-Teeth Paws are patented on the grrmtl 0/ the rrr— and correspond in*
part ol tue luulh being lorm 4 cu " w
CIIICULAU LINES,
Ard ril other inserted teeth nv*d« on this pr«nrlj*lo are invasions of Spaulding’s rirbt. The
American haw Company'apateut has b «*n d. clur.d by the U. 8. District Courtof^California
i iiiriuireim-ni; and, in eleven cases tried before this Court, ir.Junctinns have been granted
So i- Jt the a 0 of the s-.J Corn,-any and putties Uoing the Em rauii Patent Saw.
r T -> ie i i T a f l 7 , * in V’ P urctia,in i 7. or 7 said Saw , or any o> .etc Saw embodying the principle
•n 't 4 •**'*•**'-'» cre l-rrclj and warned against iijrinycmcnts and ile consequent
■ for bale at " eir warehouses :
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CXI CAOO, ILL « BT LOUIS, HO. I NEW OELEAHB, LA-
;| DENVER PACIFIC
RAILAVAY.
1
1 i
to Denver.
Connecting with the
| UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
: CHEYENNE
For all points East and West.
DENVEE,
J I With J. Hughes J: Co.'a Six-horse Double-daily
i j Line of Concord Coaches, carrying the U. S.
Mail and Express, over the best na
tural road in the world, to
1 UOI.DEN CITY. BLACK HAWK. CENTRAL
J ; CITY, IDAHO, GEORGETOWN, KIT CARSON,
' and tlie Kansas Pacific fttfitray, and all points
! n Colorado.
)
And with A. Jacob's DENVER AND SANTA FE
STAGE LINE, via
( cuj rtrmTrueDlo,
;• j And Hartman’s Line to the
SOUTH PARK. FAIRPLAY AND
UUCKSKIN.
I
Aud with Smith’s Lino to
’ VALMONT BOULDER.
r ’ Trains leave Evans nt 7:30 a. m . dally, (ex ept
j J Sundaj *.? arriving at Cheyenne at 11:15a. in.. and
roturuiug, leave Cheyenne at l etl<> p. in., (iquki.ug
j connection with trains arriving at Cheyenue from
t Ihe East and West daring the day,) arriving at
Evans at 5:20 p. in.. Omaha lime.
For all business connected with the operation
n of the road, apply to or address
C. W. riSIIEK,
Superintendent anil CiSeneral Freigli
and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colorado.
’ cirP
THIS
OUT
FOR REFERENCE!
| | We have the Largest Stock of Extra t'boice
Imported Woolen
1. | For Men's Wear,
’i In our line. In Amfbica. We make them to
* measure in the- most Tnoitorcnt and artistic
1, style, at the LOWEST PRICES possible for the
Article Fi umsred.
:|WHIIIFOUTFITS
B |
1 A SPECIALTY.
1
! AMERICAN LIVERY
ARTISTICALLY FURNISHED.
SHIRTS, TO MEASURE
Extra, durable, and perfect in fit,
E D Y,
' Tailor, Draper, and Importer of Fine Woolens
for Men s Wear.
3 AND I WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO.
lin fall mmm in n.
j Clergymen will be allowed six per cent, discount.
EsTAi.isnsD, 1851. ocNl-dlm
POSEY S. WILSON,
BANKER,
New brick block. Sixteenth street, near Kergn
! sou. Cheyenue, Wyoming, transact* a general
r blinking bu*ine*s.
I
Get the UcMt« Celebrated. Genuine
Concord Harness.
3 ' All kinds and descriptions constantly on hand
. ami mads 10 order, from the lightest Buggy to the
• heaviest Team Ilarne** and In efery variety and
I s; vie of mounting. None genuine uule** stamped
with our uume and trademark. Price li-i* and
I circular* on application. Addre** II.
1111,1, & CO.. Coucord N. 11., Sale Proprie
tor* and only Makers. , , .
rtf*We have arrangements by which good# are
sHvmnml by R H Ka-t Fr*dgh* am?td*wßm
u. P. R. R.
UNION PACIFIC
3F LAIIiROADi
Ih now completed and running daily passenger
trains, forming, in connection with Central
Pacific Railroad, an
Yll Rail Route !
To California and the Pacific coast, making the
unexampled line of 1800 miles in
FOUR DAYS FROM OMAHA
TO SACRAMENTO.
DinkcT CONNECTIONS MADE
AT OMAHA
With the Chicago A Northwestern, Chicago.
Rock Island A Pacific and Bt. Joseph Jb Council
HI “ ff. Raj !_ro»dj_an_d UWcMhf'iit
Southern cities.
i
AT CIIEYENNE
With Denver Pacific Railroad for Denver, Cea-
I tral City, Santa Fe aud all points in Colorado and
I Now Mexico.
AT BRYAN
With stages for the great 9we«twat*r mining
district.
AT UINTAH
1
[ Stage* leave on arrival of Union Paclflc Train* ‘
I for Suit Lake City-and uouthuru Utah.
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I For Helena, Virginia City and all points la
• Montana.
AT PROMONTORY
With Central Pacific Railroad for White Pin*
Silver Mines. Sacramento. San Francisco and the
principal cirtctf in California. Nevada and Idaho.
First class hotel* and eating houses at
convenient points along the Hue.
Pullman's Palace and Sleeping Car* *O
- ail trains.
For through rates on freight ioMoutana. Sweet
water Minus, aud other poiut*, apply to
11. BRONSON,
General Freight Agent, Omaha.
IHT" Purchase tickets via Omana and Platte
Valiev Route.
F. COLTON. C. O. HAMMOND,
Gen'l Ticket Agent. Gen’l Superintendent.
J. H. MARTIN.
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WIIVE AND LIQUORS
PROVISIONS AND ORA IN.
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CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
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J LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
The Great Hootlilng Rem**)-.
Mr*. 1 Cures colic *nd griping In 1 Price
Whitcomb's, the bowels and facilitates r *5
Svrup. I tht process of teething- » <>nt*.
1 Mrs. t Subdues convulsion* and j Price
■ Whitcomb's-t overcomu*all disease* In- y to
Svrup. / cidcnt i«* Infants A chll'n. ) Cent*.
. Mr-. ( Cure* diarrhea, dysentery 3 Price
■ Whiu'omli *, anil *uminor complal.it In V 25
j Syrup*, f children of all ago*. I Cent*.
. It I* the groat Infant*' and Children's Soothing
Remedy in all disorders brought oq by Tret bln*
or any other cau*o. Prepared ny the Grafton Meo
* Icino Co., 8(. Louts. M«». ?k)IU by drugKlafa and
dt<a)er* In me<|tHns everywhere. jytolVlr*

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