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DAILY EVENING LEADER.
3, 1870.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
AIUMVE rHO* EAST. DEPART vrzsT.
Passenger 1:40 p. in. | Passenger — S:10p. m.
Mixed .isi :0l) p. m. | Mixed 8:45 p. m.
Freight . .s:l® a. in. | Freight .6:15 a. m.
Fac. Ex. Frl.. 13*10 m. | Pac. Kx. Fri. 13:30 p. in.
ARRIVE rilOR WEST. DKPAUT EAST.
Passenger ...’. .1:30 p. m. I Pnssenger 3:00 p. m.
Mixed 7:45 p. m. I Mixed 8:16 p. m.
Freight 4:60 a. m. I Freight 6:15 a. ni;
At- Ex. Tuca ..1:15 p. in. | At. Ex.Tucb. .2:00 p. in.
Train a between Laramie and Omaha ruti on
Omaha time, which ia 35 mi inner* faster than
Cheyenne tme. and Cheyenne time goverua trains
west of Laramie.
DENVER PACIFIC RAILROAD.
ARIUYX FROM SOUTH. DEPART SOUTH.
Express. 1:30 p. m. I Express 3:55 p «n.
Freight 0:35 p. m. | Freight 7:00 a. u..
Trains on the D.P.Rallwny run on Omaha time.
Mali Arrival* and Departure*.
Until further notice the Postoflicu will bo open
for delivery and reception of mall matter from 714
a. m. to 7H p. m. daily, except Sundays, and on
Sundays from 12:3‘p. m. !« 3 p n».
Money order office open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
dally, except Sundays.
Western mails close at 13 o'clock daily.
Eastern mails close at l:*o p. m. dally.
Denver Pacific R. K., Including Denver nnd
sonthern mails, close at 1:15 p. in. dally, except
Sundays.
Mail* arrive from east dally at 1* ro., and
from the west dally al 1:16 p. ni.
Mails arrive from Denver, Col., and way. via
Denver Pacific R. R., at 11:45 a. m. dally, except
Sundays.
Mails close for Fort I.aramle and Fort Fetter
man on Mondays and Thursday* nf 5 p. m.
Mails arrive from Fort Larantle nnd Fort Fet
tcruiun Sundays sud Thursdays at 444 p. m.
IV. W. CORLETT. Postmaster.
—The approach of winter does not
seem to diminish travel on the
Union Pacific. Trains each way are as
large and well filled with passengers
as ever.
—The People’s Literary Cum/Hinioit,
for November, comes to us ns bright
and ns fresh looking as the green
fields are after a gentle min. It is
published by E. C. Allen si Co., Au
gusta, Maine. Terms seventy-five
cents j>er year. A fine steel engra
ving, entitled, “ From Shorn to
Shore,” is presented to every new
subscriber. It is really one of the
most pleasing engravings ever liefiirc
the public. The Companion is prin
ted on fine, heavy paj>er; its columns
arc* filled to the brim witii good
things by talented authors, and
withal is one of the largest and fine
est illustrated family i>iq>ers pub
lished.
—A Good Templars organization
is beiug perfected in this city.
—Mr. T. Dyer lias his new French
Restaurant in running order again.
He has shown commendnble enter
prise in re-establisldng so promptly
after the tire which destroyed the
former place of business, and we
hope to see ills energy rewarded by a
liberal patronnge.
—Movements are making f° r the
establishment of a gymnasium hero
this winter. As a health giving, and
recreative means of exercise, the
project should receive every possible
eueouragemen.
—All editor iu Kansas recently pub
-1 inhid a long obituary notice of an , <
uncle of Jils who died out in Austra
lia, and left $400,000,01X1 to his only
nephew. The Intimate acquaintances
of the editor regard this story ns the
preliminary measure of a carefully
devised scheme to get trusted for a
couple of winter undershirts. Per
sons who have such articles for sale
ure warned not to give credit to any
editor who tells such a story unless lie
has with him the dead body of the
uncle, with the money in the panta
loons pocket of tlie corpse
—Mr. Baer, the well known butcher
will soon reopen his market, on Fer
guson street, a few doors south of
the Leader office.
—lt is an error to suppose that
King William of Prussia has a hand
kerchief with a map of Kurope print
ed on it, so tliut he cun poke his nose
into Alsace and Loirnine, without
risk ; he keeps it so that ho can blow
up a Flench town or two when he
feels like it.
—The Laramie tjentiiiel of the 31st
ult., says: “It is well known by
many that curiously formed sand
stone rocks are found on Sand
Creek, some distance southeast of
Laruinie. One day last week one
of Thomas Alsop’s herders, while
climbing among and over them, dis
covered in one of the "kettles” or
large basins worn out on top, an enor
mous mountain lion, which had got
ten into it, but could lftit find his way
out. Four days afterward, Mr. Alaop
witli some of his men, went there,
and finding the “ varmint” too many
to fool with or capture alive, they
shot him. He wns hauled out witli
ropes and measured eight feet and
seven inches from his none to the end
of'the tall. The boys then explored
tho hole and found the skeletons of
several lions, bears and wolves there,
some of which arc evidently recent
.victims to their exploring adven
tures.”
Horace Greeley asks, “Willthe
coining woman puli tooth?” A bald
headed Benedict responds: “Our lim
ited prophetic knowledge prevents us
fnuoi answering Horace; but if tlie
p/£«mt is a truthful criterion for the
future, »ve can safely assert that the
coming woman will pull hair.”
i<KW Atj-baption —Messrs. Ellis
liras.’ desire to inform their friends
sud the public, [email protected] they have fitted
up their room* at the confectionery
on Eddy street, to furnish parties
with nice friwli oysters, served in any
stvie which may be desired.. oct-18tf
Ftre! Fire!!—Frank A Appel
have removed their stock to the
store, next door to Messrs Joseph A
O’Brien’s, Eddy street, and will sell
theirextensive assortment of gents’
and Boy’s Clothing, Hats,'and gents’
furnishing goods, part of which is
slightly diunaged, below cost.
octai-tf
—Lar.KU Beer and Billiards at
L. Kabls, Ferguson street. nov2-It
Wall I’.wkh.—s,ooo rolls of choice
patterns of wall pajicr just received
and for side at low prices at Joseph &
O’Brien’s, Eddy street. nov2-tf
BiudCaoks in great variety just
received at Josepii & O’Brien’s.
nov2-tf
—2,000 rolls of wall paper of the
latest patterns, just received nnd for
sale very low at A. It. Converse’s.
novl-Ot
—II. Boettcher has just received
a cur load of cooking and heating
stoves, Ac., which lie will sell at
very low prices. oct2B-2w
—Oysters! Oysters! of the celebra
ted brand C. 8. Maltby, just received
at the Ford House, l’riee $1.35 a
can. sept2Hf
To the Painters.— Just received
at McGregor & Co.’s drug store, Eddy
street, n large lot of vnrnishcs, lead,
oil, turpentine, paint and varnish
brushes, and everything in the paint
ers’ line, which they will sell at very
low prices. Give them a call before
buying elsewhere. novl-2t
—J. 11. Stein lias now in store a
full and complete stock of fall and
winter goods, to which he invites the
attention of the public. decß-ly
—Oysters in every style, at Ellis
Bros.’ octlß-tf
—Universal favorite. Finestcooks,
best waiters and excellent table, at
tlie well known Karns House. We
commend tilts house to the resident
and traveling public. oct7tf
Eagle House, 15th street, A. Sim
ons, proprietor, is the best place to
board in this city—s7 per week, or 1$
per day. Good rooms at moderate
prices. aug3l-tf
—Oysters in every stylo, at Ellis
Bros/ oqtlß-tf
SPECIAL NOTICES.
See -Advertisement of Dr. Butts’ Dispensary
headed, Hook for Uio million— MARRIAGE
GUIDE—In uuother column. It should be* read
by all. Jy!sd&wly
CLOTHING, ETC.
WE
WERE SEVER AS WEI.I. PREPARED AS
NOW
TO
SHOW
TO THE PUBLIC
Such an assortment of goods, stylish and
desirable
CLOTHING
AND GEMS’ FUMISMM GOODS!
lu fact everything that Is needed In
JTlcu’r Wear
AT 'fliE
U. P. R. R.
CLOTHING HOUSE,
SIXTEENTH ST.
B. & I. HELLMAN.
sujihoks.
NOTICE.
Kbcu Smith, of Omaha. lutfie State of Nebraska,
will take notice that I’os«*y S. Wilson, of the
County or Laramie, in the Territory of Wyomlue,
did. on the »ih dnv of June. A. D. 187 b, file his
petltlou in the District Court of the Mrst Judicial
District of the Territory of Wyoming, within and
for the County of Laramie, against the said Kben
Smith, defendant, setting forth that on the 34th
day of June. 18H». at said County oi Larumle, made
his promissory note in writing, nnd delivered the
same to said Poeey S. Wllsou. and thereby prom
ised tv. pay nwsuhl Fosev S. Wilson * order, sixty
days utter the said 04 th day of June. 1860, the sum
or three hundred d'dlnrs »t the bunking house of
J A. Ware A: Co., with Inteia at thereou from the
said Oil It day of June. IHtili, At the rate of twentv
four per centum per annum, and that the said
noie became due and nsyahlc from said Kben
Smith to said Poaev S. Wilson on the S3d day of
Atitfuat, I8t», but that no part thereof has been
paid, and praying Judgment u i.inst the said
Elk*ii Smith for the sum of three hundred dollars,
with interest thereon at the rate of twenty-four
per centum per annum since August 33d, 186-», and
the fists of the action.
And the said Kben Smith i* hereby notified that
h* Is renui red to appear in said court and answer
Mid poUlk'x ■>“ »r bufore lUo 1111 l d..J oi
brr. A. 11. <*W. . ,
Dated October 10th. u-iIUGN
octld-Mtlt POSLY 8. W ILSON.
Ht Wuitkukad Coiutrr, Uls Attorneys.
a. D. roOLKsONO. «• »*• rOUUXSONO.
FOGLESONG & CO.,
Wholca.lt: and Rol.II Dealer. lu
STAPLE AND.FANCIf BRV UOODB,
DRESS GOODS, LADIES' SHOES,
fALIFOKMA BLANKETS, NOTIONS, ETC.
Ijfirgettt t!*tock in Wyoming.
mchtl<Bm
G. E. THOMPSON,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Seventeenth street, next door to the Metropolitan
Billiard Rail.
UNDERSTANDS thoroughly the art of filling
any feet, deformed or otherwise, according to
anatomical principles. None but the best maler
lala-are used and satisfaction guaranteed. Give
him a call. > ‘ , J
SMITH’S COLUMN.
PETER SMITH’S
€HI€A€rO
' V ' .L
Revolution Store!
A '
CORNER
Eddy and 17 th
BTXIBBTB.
CHEYENNE, - - - WYOMING.
CHEAPEST STORE
%
THIS SIDE OF OMAHA.
This Establishment, rccontly opened, has con
stantly on hand a «■»
Full assortment
OF
CLOTHING!
Boots and Shoes.
HATS « CAPS.
NOTIONS !
POCKET AND TABLE
CUTLERY!
BTC., ETC., ETC.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CITY ASIA tOt.VIHY
D EA T, K Tl S
Arc requested to eall and
EXAMINE STOCK A PRICES.
BEKUIIB VISITING EASTERN MARKETS.
,»dAwßn]
LIQUORS, ETC.
B. HAMBURGER & CO,
WHOLESALE DKAIJUM IN
W I MEB !
LIQUORS,
CIGARS, &C.
PROPRIETORS OF
COSMOPOLITAN,
And Sole Agents for tho
FIRST LOVE,
La Cultura and Minerva,
And other Brands of •
CIGARS !
NEW BRICK BUILDING,
Corner Ferguson & 16th Sts.
ALL COODS
GUARANTE
All orders promptly attended to. blO-ly
TJ3MIOKT PACIFIC
Rail Road Company
TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT
lluvc an unlimited number of both
Business and Resident Lots
in all the towns along the line of road Irom
Omaha to Corrine. which nre being sold cheap,
and great inducements are offered to all washing
to establish business and build for themselves a
home.
There is a great demand for
BUSINESS HOUSES
in all the towns, to supply the immigration
which wUI continue for years settling up the
ric.i agricultural and mineral lands.
Applications may be made to Agents on the
ground, or address
J. M. EDDY,
General Town Site Aent, U. P. R. R
auglD-tf OMAUA, NEBRASKA
L. MURRIN & CO.,
r
WHOLESALE DKALKK3 IN
Foreign JDon»eHti<J
LIQUORS!
W INKS,
Tobacco & Cigars.
17TI1 STREET,
Between Eddy and Ferguson,
feblO-tf
SIIKBIFP SALK.
TERRITORY OF WYOMING,
iXjuntt nr Lahamie. i
Job Miluo
vs.
James R. Whitehead.
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
District Court of the First Judicial District of
said County, wherein Job Milne is pluintiif, nnd
Jmnes It. While head Is defendant, for the sum of
two hundred nnd soveutv-fonr dollars and six
cents ($371.06) and costs of suit, I have levied ou
the following described property as the nroperiy
of the said James R. Whitehead, to-wlt : Tho
east rorty-four (44) foot of lot No. six dlt. in block
No. three hundred nnd fifty four (350, In the city
of Cheyenne, in said county, being forty four (44)
feet front on Seventeenth street, and running
back one hundred and thirty-two 1 133) feet, with
all the appurtenance* and improvements situated
thereon, which I will offer for sale on Wednes
day October HUh, 187 U, between the hours of 10
o’clock, a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in, «>r said day, to
the highest bidder, for cosh, at the Court-House
door. In said county, to satisfy said execution
aud costs.
8. M. PRKSHAW,
Sheriff' Laramie County, W. T.
septlDtooctlO.
GROCERIES.
WHIPPLE BROTHERS,
Wholesale aftd Retail ~K.u’.er» \u
GROCERIES!
PROVISIONS
& PRODUCE!
.J i v*..; IT. j: u
Arc prepared to fill large or small orders for
supplies of
BUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
FLOUR, BACGN, HAMS.
ORAIN AND VEGETABLES,
FISH 0E ALL KINDS,
FRESH AND DRIED FRUITS,
Canned Groods !
Figs, Spices, go, Mnccaronl, Tapioca and Citron
lavoring Extracts.
BAKING POWDERS!
SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC.
We give special attention to the trade In
Fresh Butter & Eggs,
And the beet qualities of
CHEESE!
All of which we arc prepared to offer, In any
quantity, in the Dcst condition, and
At ltcduccd Prices !
Btore on the south side of Seventeenth street,
west of the Post Office, Cheyonne. feblff-tf
W. D. PEASE,
COR. 17tu AND FERGUSON STS.,
Family Groceries
* FBESKI VE/UKTABLKS,
And a full assortment of
CANNED FRUIT PRESERVES
JELLIES AND PICKLES I
WORCESTERSHIRE
AND
JOCKEY CU B
SAUCES!
And almost anything in the eating line.
Thankful for the liberal amount of patronage
grunted me in the past, I aope by strlet attention
to the wnnts of my friends to comitate to rcedve
It in the future.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
—AND—
COAL OIL
Constantly on hand at
M. OTIEALY’S STORE,
septSGdSm Fifteenth Street.
Royal Havana Lottery!
or CI7HA.
$300,000 in Gold Drawn Every Seventeen Days.
Prizes cashed and information furnished; the
highest rates puid'lbr Doubloons, Spanish Bank
Notes and all kinds of Gold nnd Silver and Gov
ernment Securities. TAYLOR Jt CO.,
Bankers No. IB Wall ». N. Y.
STEPHEN BON,
EDDY STREET,
Near Corner Fifteenth Street
Hus just received the most complotw stock of
GENTS’ AND BOYS’
LADIES’ AND IfIISSES
Boots and Shoes!
or Tint jjkst qL'Aurr.
MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS !
Hand made and Warruntcd.
Leather and Findings
Os every description, which he sells at very low
prices for cash.
All Work Warraotud!
If you want a good bargain call on
STEPHEN nON.
Eddy Street, near Fifteenth
Sion—Rod Windows.
ARTICULAR NOTICE.—The Proprlew of
1 lids paper will not bo responsible for any bill
or indebtedness, contracted by any othor person,
whatever.unless the same shall have been allowed
upon the written order of the undersigued. Thil
will obviate complication of accouut* and iiocd
.earn annoyance to any one. N. A. BAKER.
FIRE-ARMS.
FREUND & BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Importers of all kinds vt
FIRE-ARMS !
AND
AMMUNITiON !
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,
SPORTING APPARATUS.
Os every description. East aide of Eddy street,
Cheyenne.
Pioneer Gunsmiths
OF THE WEST!
And aolo agents for the Wlnchostor Repeating
RIFLES & CARBINES
These arms arms are particularly adapted sot
defence against
Indian.
AND FOR HUNTING PTRPOSKS.
Agents for E. L. Dupont’s and DcNemours auc
Company's Celcbruted
Spoiling and Mining Powder!
ALL KINDS OF
Fixed & Loose Ammunition
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HSF^.IZII]NrGV
In all its branches, done with
Scientific Precision I
All goods sold by us are guaranteed to be as rep
resented.
Branch houses at
SOUTH PASS, AND LARAMIE CITY, W. TER.
feblO-ly
CUT
THIS
OUT
FOft ItEB’KilfiNCE!
Wc have tho Largest Stock of Extra Choice
Imported Woolen
For Men’s WenS,
In our line, in Amkiuca. We make them to
measure in tlie most Tuonouon and artistic
style, at the LOWEST PRICES possible for the
Airriui« FuH>iaiu:n/
WEMING OUTFITS
A SPECIALTY.
AMERICAN LIVERY
ARTISTICALLY FURNISHED.
SHIRTS, TO MEASURE
Extra, durable, aud perfect In P.t,
ELY,
Tailor, Draper, nnd Importer of Fine Woolens
• for Men s Weur.
3 AND I WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO.
m fall mmm iov n.
Clergymen will be allowed six per cent, discount.
Emtalished, 1854. octi-dlm
SINGER'S
Sewing Machines.
The ftluccr Manqrnctiirliitf C’o.
Is now producing nearly 200.000 Sewing
i ItlachliM’M |»«*r niilitlm and in not able to
I meet the demand, but in order to do so, new luc
tories ure being erected that will aupply
1 Three lliin<fr<*<! nnd FKiy 'lltotwaml
lUuchim’M cneh Year.
The popularity of the “New Family" Sewing
j Machine Is only surpassed by its useful ness aud
simplicity; durability and beauty. Where known
! it is diulcttlr for othrt mumilaciurera to effect
eulea, aud they employ yvery moans to foUl their
product a upon the people. Buyeru or Sewing
Machines should avoid canvassers and peUdlcr*
who resort to compulsion to make sales, for no
machine can be desirable that is ftirclhly thrust
on thu purchaser.
The Singer "New Family” uud tin* " New
No. One” SewiDK Machines, [lhe latter lor
Dressinukers. Titllora. Shoemakers. nre
eagorlv Nought for. and a large stock cun be
found in our sales rooms, together with every
useful uoutssorv intended for them.
We soil Silk ’IVIst. t’otton nnd l.lncn Thread*,
Needles, Oil, Screw-driver*, &<f„ at retail or in
quantity al manufacturers’ prices.
Catalogues, Price Lists. Ac., |in English or Ger
man] furnished on application by mail or other-
DEAN A LOWE,
005 North Fourth Street.
| «opl!3-d3tn ST. ItOTTIS. MO.
I, W. COOK,
AITORNKY A..D COUNSELOR AT LAW,
office til court houee, Chayenire. Wyoming
I b 14-im
ARIOM PIA O FORTIR. A
F»A.TBNT
ARIOM
Piano Fortes!
COMBINES MANNER S FOUR
Simplifying Patents,
THE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS KVltt
USED IN PIANO FORTES.
PATENT ARIOIUT
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 OTHERS,
The ARION PIANO FORTE hpn Greater
than any other Piano Forte Manufactured.
it' will stand In tinK lodger.
and In Its mechanical construction it Is more per
feet, nnd. therefore, more durable than any fn
strument constructed in tbe usual modern style.
The nrrangeifient of tfccf Agraffe, the manner
stringing, the peculiar form and arrangement
the Iron Frame, #
SUPERCEDES ALL OTHERS.
I Tire nse of a bar (which is a part of the Irens
Frame) on a line with the heavy steel stringing,
gives
Great Strength
**
whore most needed, and tn tfcfs respect aIT other
Pianos fail.
The construction of the WREST PLANK, into
which tho Timing Pins are fmwrfed, lu tmeh that
It Is impossible for the phis to become foooened
or the Wrest Plank ltseli to split, vs to too often
the ensir in other Piano-Fortes.
Tho Extraordinary Krenurtw
throughout the BCalry the excellent Singing
Quality, tho
Length and Purity of Vibration,
| ull go to prove what we claim, rix., that tho
flrion Piano-Forte
1 IS TnE BEST INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED
!
AOBNTB WANTED.
; : oy «v/.’(:: -i C 5
First c|KM nnd ros|M>nsiblu Agents wanted la
every City and Town where wc have not already
appointed them.
Writ r for Circular, which wo mail free, or en
close two three cent stamps for the AltlON
PAMPHLET, which contains a mil account of the
famous blindfold trial, and other valuable Infor
mation to those couteiuplatlug purchasing a llano
; Porte.
N. B. -Wo oautlou tho public from purchasing
a cheap l’lano. which has recently been nut in the
I market, hearing tho uamu " Arion.” All genuiae
A Hon Pianos hear tho iinmo "Patent Arion,” and
call only Imj purchased from our New York Ware
rooms, or our authorized Agents throughout the
j United Slates.
I All KimlH of Muhlchl luitrn.
! I •
incuts supplied,
; i
ADDRESS TUB
! ARION PIANO-FORTE CO.
NO. 551. BROADWAY,
auglS.l&wly New York City.
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