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DAILY EVENING LEADER.
TMPBMDAY, WOYEWBKB 3, 1870.
PROVISION SUPPLY OF PAMS
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
London, Xov. 2.—A delegation of
two thousand persons called upon
Gainbetta yesterday to petition for
the organ izntion of the scattered
forces now operating independently
in various departments. Gainbetta
answered: The salvation of the peo
ple lies in their own hands, that the
government could not even supply
them with arms. The latest advices
from Paris represent the nrdor of the
people unabated, and no doubts are
eutertained of their ability to hold
out for weeks. The fresh meat is said
to be sufficient to last until the fif
teenth of December. Tho salted
provisions will Inst five weeks longer.
The stores are not judiciously distri
buted. On the 25th ult. a riot occur
red in the market of arrondisement
bes Baliquallcs. The populace rushed
into the market en masse clamoring
that they be supplied with meat.
The outbreak was suppressed without
Hcrlous difflcultv.
Xt is estimated that the rations of
fresti and salt meats will subsist the
city until the end of Januury. The
journals assert that bread will not be
dealt out in rations until the tlrst of
January, tho supply on hand being
ample.
London, Xov. 2.—A dispatch ,to
the Times from Versailles, Tuesday,
says that negotiations between the
north and south German States, look
ing to a German union, is progressing
favorably. It is decided that King
William is to assume the title of Em
peror of the German regency. Amer
ican families have left Paris under the
protection of a Portugese envoy.
Geographical names arc being substi
tuted for T’rcneh in tho province of
Alsace. Gambcttu’s proclamation
and circular is bitterly condemned in
France. All foreigners in Paris have
been offered passes to leave the city.
Wooden huts have been sent to the
army before Paris. The government
at Tours has accepted Gencrnl liour
baki’s resignation. It is said that
Garibaldi’s expedition is paralizcd by
the jealousy of French officers.
STOVE 8, ETC V
EVENING STAR,
CHALLENGE
. -AND-
The demand for charter oak. ciial-
I.KNUK Ait l l EVENING STAR Sloven ban
grown no ropltllv of lain Hioi wo hutv note filled
order* an promptly an ife-lrable; *»nt bavin" now
•conn'd tho n--n*luiic« of another stove Foundry,
we •‘hull hereafter confine nearly the entire frQcc
of our own establishment to the prodnc'ion of
the Stove* above indued tuid hope to fill all order*
wi'hont delay.
We would call tho attention of tho«<* about
purchasing. to thn Sl'COFHft and POPUL.YUFI’Y
of all TfIESP. STD NFS. No hotter exldenre t*f
their Intrinsic merit can he offered thnu a state
ment of the fact. that after 18 yonr*’ use and )**
ini' suhlect to sevoro lest* in all kind* iff loculi
ltc«, and t«» the moat hitter and determined np|ro
eiilon that ronld he Invented, that I her are t»»-d»y,
the MOST POPULARsTOVEKIn Hie marker, and
have given •nrh iw*lv”f»al «**tisfiuiihm liiatthe
DEM ASD I 6 GItSA TEH TUAN F VEH
If mu want Ut* Jlr*t Cooking Stott for Wood,
buy the CHARTER OAK.
If von want thr Best Cooking Stott for Coal, buy
the t'IIALUS SUE.
If yon want the neatest and b*st eheet Iron jxirlor
store ever mude, buy the E VENI.XO STAR.
-SOLD BY-
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
6ia and Oil North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
—AND ALL—
Live Stove Dealers,
LIKE
lIAUPER & lIOITSMAN,
AND
If. DOF.VTdIER At CO.,
•ulldAw ly tkcycnuc. U )uiniittf,
MtnnoNS,
TERRITORY OP WYOMINU, f
COLNT.T OT LaUAMJK. f
James D. WonlloY. I’lalnlitf. r*. C. L. Kin". De
fendant—Summon*.
To ttu told C. L. King, nourteuUrU defendant,
You are hereby notified that you have been
*ued in 'aid 1)1*1 ril Court, by *aid Janie* 1). Wool
ley. plaintiff, a*d that a writ of attachment bn*
issued against tour property, u* a mm-rc*ldent of
Wyoming Tern «»ry, and that unlu** you answer ,
the petition of p* litrlrf. now on file in the office of
the Clerk of said Court. on or before the 3d dar
of December. A. 1». IK7». *ald petition, with afl
the mar’er* and things therein alleged, w.U he
taken aa true, and Judgment rendered aoeord-
Inirly.
Tho object us raid ACiipn IjlU> JttCfilUE of yqn
tho aura of fTOtthi. with Interest since February
Ist. A. D 187.1. ou a balance of account for good*
and merchandise sold and delivered.
Witness my hand and seal of auid District Court,
at Cheyenne City. In the County of Lara*
f*TALj mle, till* Bth day of October. A. D. 1870.
J. W. HUTCHINSON.
Clerk of District Court.
W. R. Steelic, Plaintiff * Auoiuey.
octlO-wfit
MANNING'S
Antidote for Intemperance.
IS AN INFALLIBLE CURB FOR thl* fearful vice.
It* use will at otic - remove tho taste or desire
for stimulant*. and will aoon create an actual
dislike for them. It can be administered In tea,
coffee, or even water, without etelllnt anaplclon.
a* It l* free from tnate or smell. If you hurt a
h'uibamd. brother or frlrnd. addietstt to this terrible
hut til, U At your duty to curt him.
Scut free by mall on rocatiH of tho monoy.
Price Two Do 11 at* per hoi.
W. 11. MANNING ± CO.,
jnylfid* ts St. Lonl*. Vo.
CLOTHINC, ETC.
WE
WKIiK NEVER AS WEfcti I’RErARED AS
NOW
TO
SHOW
TO THE PUBLIC
Such an assortment of goods, stylish and
dosirabie
CLOTHINC
AND aw FINISHING GOODS !
In fact everything tlmt la needed In
illcu’* Wear
AT folE •
U. P. R. R.
CLOTHING HOUSE,
SIXTEENTH ST.
B. & I. HELLMAN.
DENVER PACIFIC
EAILWAY.

Open to Denver.
Connecting with the
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
CHEYEIsriSrE
For all point* East and West.
DENVER,
With J. Hughes A Co.’* Six-horse Double-daily
Line, of Concord Concho*, carrying the U. S.
Mall and Kxpre**, over thu beet na
tural road In the world, to
GOLDEN CITY. BLACK nAWK, CENTRAL
CITY, IDAHO, GEORGETOWN, KIT CARSON,
and the Kan*n* rue I tie Railway, utid all point*
n Colorado.
\nd with A. Jacob’* DENVER AND SANTA FE
• STAGE LINE, via
Colorado City and Pueblo,
**" And Ilartmun’* Line to the
SOUTH PARK. FAIP.PLAY AND
BUCKSKIN,
And with Smith's Line to
VALMONT AND BOULDER.
Trains leave Evans ut 7:90 a. m., dally, (cx opt
Sundnv*.) arriving at Cheyenne nt ll;15a. m., and
returning, leave Cheyenne at 1:20 p. ut., (making
connection with train* arriving at Cheyenne from
the Ka»t and Went daring the day,) arriving at
Evans nt 5:30 p. m- Uiuuba time.
For all hnslnu** connected with tho operation
of the road, apply to or address
C. W. FISIIICB,
Superintendent mid (•cnerul l*relgli
and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colorado.
SI JIJIONS.
NOTICE.
Ebon Smith, of Omaha, in the State of
will take notice that Posey S. Wilson, of the
County of Laramie, In tho Territory of Wyoming,
did. on the tßth day *«f Juno, A. I). 1870, file hi*
petition In the District Court of the First Judicial
District or tho Territory of Wyoming, within and
for the County of Lurumle, against the said Ehen
Mioltli. defendant, selling forth that on tho 94tji
dayofJuuo. IhOtbat said *'• uniy oi LuTumte. made
his promlssorv note in wriilug, and delivered the
same to said Posey S. Wilson, and thereby prom
l*oU to pay to •aid Posey S. Wllsou’s order, sixty
dm* after tho said 2-itli day of June, ISO!), the. sum
of three hundred dollar* at the banking house of
J A. Ware A Co., with interest thereon from the
said Wih day of June, 1 Stiff, ut the rate of twentv
four imr eon Him per annum, and that thu said
note K-eanio due >uul puvulih- from said Klxin
Smith to said Po*o> S. Wnaon on the 2*l day of
August, 184/), but that no part thereof ha* been
M tid. ntul j raving Judgment against the said
then smith for the autu of throe hundred dollar*,
with Interest thereon at the rule of twenty-fotir
j»er cent am p**r ami am slue 1 AagUlt SBd, 180 b, aud
the cost* of tlie action.
And the said Ebon Smith 1* hereby notified that
he is reiiolrod to appear In said com rand answer
said petition ou or before the 11th day of Decem
ber. A. D. 187 '.
Dated October 10th. 1870.
octlo will 11ISKY s. WILSON.
Bv WuiThiiKAO & Coulltt. hip Attorney*.
MILLS «C CO.,
Wholesale
nOOKSULLKKN, STATIONERS,
BLANK BOOK MAKERS,
Printcra and
iiiTno g n aph’hs
Register Building, DusMolucs, loon,
u. u. rooucsoxo. n. w. poolbso.nu.
FOGLESONG & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer* In
NTAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, LADIES’ SHOES,
OUItBfIA liLtNKETS, NOTIONS, ETC.
(.nrto<l Stork in Wyoming.
mcbtl-firo
SMITH’S COLUMN.
PETER SMITH’S
€HI€A&O
Revolution Store!
CORNER
Eddy and 17th
STnHETB.
CHEYENNE, - - - WYOMING.
CHEAPEST STORE
*
THIS SIDE OF OMAHA.
This Establishment, recently opened, has con
stantly on hand a
Dull assortment
OF— .
CLOTHING!
Boots and Shoes.
HATS & GAPS.
iJ ' ■ ■J' V 4 *» pW uaw >!
NOTIONS !
POCKET AND TABLE
. - i . . W
CUTLERY !
? ’ *<: -•« 4 - •
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CITY AM) COCXTItY
DEALERS
Art requested to call and
EXAMINE STOCK & PRICES.
BEFORE VISITING EASTERN MARKETS.
LIQUORS, ETC.
' r -7- • • - ■ ■ 1
B. HAMBURGER A CO,
WtIOI.ErtALK OKAI.KHH IV
WIKTES 2
LIQUORS,
CIGARS, &C.
PROPRIETORS OF
COSMOPOLITAN,
And Solo Agent* for the
FIRST LOVE,
La Cultura and Minerva,
And other Brands of
CIGARS !
NEW BRICK BUILDING,
Corner Ferguson & 16th Sts.
ALL COODS
GUARANTE
All order* promptly attended to. blO-ly
UNION PACIFIC
Rail Road Company
TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT
Have an unlimited number of both
Business and Resident Lots
in nil the towns nlon" the line of rr*nd trom
Omaha l«» Corrine, which are being paid cheap,
and "rent Inducement* are offered to all wishing
to establish business and build for themselves a
home.
There is a great demand for
BUSINESS HOUSES
in nil the frttrh*, to snppfy the immigration
which will continue for years sotlling up the
ric i agricultural and mineral lands.
Appffcnrton* may be made to Agents on the
ground, or address
J. M. EDDY,
Goneral Town Sito Aont, U. P. R. R
aaglO-tf OMAHA, NEBRASKA I
L. MUBRIN & CO.,
wnOLKSAIiB DEALERS IN
Foreign Ac Domestic
LIQUORS!
wine s,
Tobacco & Cigars.
17TI1 STREET,
Botwecn Eddy and Fergupon,
febKMf
MKF.KIPP SALE.
TERRITORY OF WYOMING, 1
County or LaHANie. f
Job Mlino
v*.
J mirsTt. Whitehead.
By virtue of |iu execution l**ncd out of the
Dlcifid Court of the First Judicial District of
said’ ountv. whcroln Job Milne i«t plaintiff, and
Janie* It. Whitehead Is defendant, for the *um of
twA hundred and seventy-four dollar* and *ix
ceil'* tfc)74.Lfi) and costs of *ult, 1 havo levied ou
the following described property a* tho property
of tho saltl Janie* It. Wiilteliead, to-wit : The
east forty-four (tit feet of lot No. *lx (fit. In block
No. three hundred and fifty-four <JWV4), In tho city
of GLrycuue, In said county, being forty-four ( IT)
feet front on Seventeenth Hiittet. and runnimr
back one hundred and ihtrty-two (ljfcl)feet, with
hM the appurtenaneo* and Improvement* shunted
thereon, which 1 will offer lor sale ou Wednes
day, October 13th, 1870. between tho hour* of 10
o'clock, a.in. and 2 o’clock p. m. of said day, to
the highest bidder, for cash, nt the Court-House
door. In said county, to satisfy said execution
aud costs.
ft. M. PRESHAW,
Sheriff Laramie County. W. T.
MptWtOOCtlf.
GROCERIES.
WHIFFLE BROTHERS,
Wholesale and Retail balers in _
GROCERIES!
PROVISIONS
& PRODUCE!
Aro prepared te fill large or small orders for
supplies of
BUGARS, TEAB, COFFEES,
FLOUR, BACGN, HAMS.
GRAIN AND VEGETABLES,
FISH OF ALL KINDS,
FRESH AND DRIED FRUITS,
Canned Goods!
Figs, Spices, Maccnronl, Tapioca and Citron
lavoring Extracts.
BAKING POWDERS!
SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC.
, We give special attention to the trade in
Fresh Butter & Eggs,
And tlio best qualities of
CHEESE!
All of which wc arc prepared to offer, In any
quantity, in thu Dost condition, and

A.t Reduced Prices !
Store on the sontli side of Seventeenth street,
west of the Post Office, Cheyenne. fcblO-tf
W. D. PEASE,
COR. 17tu AND FERGUSON STS.,’
Family Groceries
FRESII VEGETABLES,
And a full assortment of
CANNED FRUIT PRESERVES
JELLIES AMD PICKLES I
WORCESTERSHIRE
AND
JOCKEY CLCJB
SAUCES!
And almost anything In the eating line.
Thnnkfnl ferr the liberal amount of patronage
granted me in the past, I .rope by strict attention
to the want* of my Mends to continue to receive
it in the futuro.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
—AND—
COAL OIL
Constantly on hand at
HI. OREALY’B STORE, -
*ept2Cd3m Fifteenth Streel.
Royal Havana Lottery !
fpxr CUBA.
SBOO,OOO Tn Gold Drawn Evthf\Sevenletn Dags.
Prlaes cached and infonuation furnished; the
highest rate* paid for Doubloons, Spanish Bank
Note* and all kind* of Gold and Silver und Gov
ernment Securities. TAYLOR A CO.,
Danker* No. 16 Wall «.N.Y.
STEPHEN BON,
EDDY STREET,
Near Corner Fifteenth Street
Has Ju.t rccuh-ed tho most complota stock of
GENTS’ AND BOVS’
LADIES’ AND MISSES
Boots and Shoes!
OF TIIE lIB9T QUALITY.
MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS !
Hand mndo and Wnrranted.
Leather and Findings
Os every description, which he sella at very low
price* for ca*h.
All Worlc Wnrrnntod!
If you waut a good bargain call on
STEPHEN BON,
Eddy Street, near Fifteenth
Stott—Red Window*.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.—The Proprlen.r of
I thl* paper will not he reaponslhlo fur any bill
or Indohledness, contraetisl by any other person,
whatever,nnlo** the aame *hall have been allowed
upon the written order of the nnder*lgned. Thl*
will obviate complication of account* and need
.«•• annoyance to any one. N. A. BAKER.
FIRE-ARMS.
FREUND & BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds of
FIRE-ARMS !
•; :* . • *tf. r I / ■ - •
AND
AMMUNITION !
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,
SPORTING APPARATUS.
Os every description. East side of Eddy street,
Cheyenne.
Pioneer Gunsmiths
OF THE WEST! -
And sole agents for the Winchester Repeating
RIFLES & CARBINES
These arms armß arc particularly adapted foi
defence aguinst
Indian, attacks!
AND FOR HUNTING PTRPOSEB.
Agents for E. L. Dnponth* and DcNemonrs anc
.Company’s Celebrated
Sporting and Mining Powder!
ALL KINDS OF
Fixed & Loose Ammunition
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HE3?AmiNG
In all its branches, done with
Scientific Precision!
All goods sold by ns arc guaranteed to he as rep
resented.
Branch house* at
•SOUTH LARAMIE CITY, W. TER.
feblO-ly
CUT
_ THIS
OUT
FOR REFERENCE!
Wc have the Largest Stock of Extra Choice
Impbrted Woolen
For Men's Wear,
In our lino, in Ameiuca. Wc make them to
inoasttro tn the most Tnonouon and artistic
style, at the LOWEST PRICES possible for the
Article Fuhnlsued.
WBDDIKB OUTFITS
A SPECIALTY.
AMERICAN LIYERY
CUT
ARTISTICALLY FURNISHED.
SHIRTS, TO MEASURE
Extra, durable, and perfect in fit.
ELY,
Tailor, Draper* and Importer of Fine Woolen*
for Men a Wear.
i ra i msws«i sura, Chicago.
dm fill inin idv it
Clergymen will be allowed *ix per cent, discount.
E*taushbd, 1854. oct4-dlm
SINGER'S
Sewing Machines.
Tho singer Manufacturing: Co.
la now producing nearly 200.000 Sewing
illaelilncM per nnnniu and In not able to
muut the demand, but In twder to do no, new lac
lorlcs ffru being erected tliat will supply
Three Hundred nn<l Fifty Tliouaainl
ITlacliltien each Year.
Tlie popularity of tho “Nkw Family” Hewing
Machine 1* only *urpa*hed by It* u*cftilno** and
simplicity ; dilrnhtlliy and beamy. Where known
It 1* difficult for othet manufacturer* Ip effl*ei
sale*, and tlmy employ wvory loean* to f«l*t their
nroduciH upon the people. Buyer* of Sowing
MflcnlnoH nlionld avoid r>utrn**«-r* and peddler*
wlio loiort to comjiul-iaid to make sale*, for no
mnclitnn can he do*lrai)lo that I* forcibly thrust
on the purchaser.
Tin-Bingor “New Family** and the "New
No. Ono * Bowing Machines, [the latter for
Dressmaker*. Tailor*, Shoemaker*, Ac.,] are
eagorlv sought ffir, mid a largo stock can bo
found in oar sale* rooms. tpgotbcT with every
useful ncce**ory Hi ended for them.
We fell Silk Twist, (’otiop and Linen Throad*,
Needle*. Oil, Hcrew-drlver*, Ac., at retail or In
quantity, at maun torturers’ priroa.
Catnlpgin’H, l’rlco Ll»l*, Ae.. llu'Engllali or Oer
man] furnished on appMeariou by in all or other-
DEAN & LOWE,
005 North Fonrth Ntreet,
*cpta3-d.lm S*r. LfflJlfi. NO.
Mr W. COOK,
Attorney jl.o counselor at law,
office In court hottod. Cheyenne, Wyomlug
tylß^n
AIt>OII,PIA O FORTES.
jmjJ LV- i, •'
PATENT
JUHON
Piano Fortes!
COMBINES MANNEIt'S FOUR
Simplifying Patents,
Tnß MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER
USED IN PIANO FORTES.
PATENT ARIOJff
REVERSED
WOODEN
AGRAFFE.
PATENT ARXOBT
COMPOUND
WREST
PLANK.
PATENT ARIOIUT
FULL
IRON
FRAME.
PATENT ARION
SUSTAINING
IRON
BAR.
A Few Reasons
wny the
ARION PIANO
IB SUPERIOR TO ALL 01 HERS.
The ARION PIANO FORTE has Greater Power
than any other Piano Forte Manufactured.
IT WILL STAND IN TUNE LONGER*
and in (ts mechanical construction It is more per
feet. and. therefore, more durable than any la
etriunuut constructed in the usuul modern etylc.
OUT
The arrangement of the Agraffe, The manner
si ringing, the peculiar form and arrangement
the Iron Frame,
SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS.
The nse erf a bar (which Is a part of the Iron
Frame) on a line with the heavy steel stringing.
gives
Groat Stronifth
where most needed, and in this respect aft other
Piano* frill.
The construction of the WREBT PLANK, Inin
which the Typing Pins are inserted, is such that
It i* Mtipossible urf the pins to become loosened
or the Wrest Flunk h self to spilt. •• In too often
the cuse in Phroo-Fortes.
Tlic Extraordinary Ktsatess
throutrhput the scale, the excellent Singing
Quality, the
Length and Purity of Vibration,
all go to prove what we claim, vis., that th«
Arion Piano-Forte
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 Hrcnlar, which we mail free, or en
close two three cent stamps for the ARION
PAMPHLET, which contains a roll account of the
famous blindfold trial, and otaer valuable Infor
mation to those contemplating purchasing a piano
Porte.
N. B.—We eantlon the public from purchasing
a cheap Plano, which has receutly been put In the
market, bearing the name ** Arion.” All genuine
Arion Pianos hear the name ."Patent Arion,* and
can only he purchased from our York ware
rooms, or ottr authorized Agents throughout the
United BtateM.
All Kinds of Musical Instru
ments supplied.
ADDRESS THE
ARION PIANO-FORTE CO.
NO. 564, BROADWAY,
* auglsd&wly New York City.
BAR.

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