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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
‘Ae&g a!** fnVongr^e*,
Unexpired Term , XLlst Congress—Hon. S. P.
Nuckolls.
Forty-Second Cong ret*— lion. W. T. Jones.
Territorial Oflicer*.
Governor —Jno. A. Campbell.
Secretary —Herman Glafcke.
Marshal-* Church llowo.
United States Collector —Thomas Harlan.
United Stales Assessor— E. P. Snow.
United States Commissioner— W. A. Campbell.
Territorial Auditor —J. 11. Ilayford.
\Tsrrtarlal TrAirer—jf. W J *
!flfefr* MtMtfufrret# jCourl-J$ U<) Howe; J. ‘H.
» kj •' 8 *
Clerk of Ist Judicial District—J. W. Hutchinson.
County O flic era.
Sheriff— T. Jeff Carr.
Clerk ami Recorder —L. Rabls.
Treasurer— W. L. Kuykendall.
Probate Judge —W. L. Kuykendall.
Couhty Attorney— l. W. Cook.
'S. Chaffin. # .
Coroner— L. L. Bedell. if
School Superintendent —W. J. Stanton.
County Surveyor —L. L. Bedell.
Commissioners— J. U. Nichols, M. E. Post, J.
Dyer.
rsday e\ til
ing in each week, at the City Ilall.
President of Hoard —J. 11. Martin.
Marshal —S. M. Preshaw.
City Clerk— F. E. Addoma.
City Attorney —l. W. Cook.
Treasurer —C. D. Sherman.
City Assessor— F. E. Addoms.
Board of Trustees— J. H. Martin; G. W. Corey; H.
. Tli&tiU :iKlXWik c *. T. John**on.
Justices of the Peace— C. F. Alter, Wm. Rowlands.
Ch u relies.
Bt. Mark’s church, Episcopal. Services, from
April let to September Ist, at 11 a. m.'. and at 8 p.
n». From September Ist to April let, at 11 a. m.
and p. in. Rev. F. O. Baretow, minister.
Congregational, Rev. J. D. Davie, Pastor, church
corner.. Nineteenth and Hill streets. Preaching
vcrvicc} at II L. »*., »nd 7 p. m.;
Sanbath School and Bible Class after morning
service; Social Prayer Meeting Wedneseay even
ing, at 7 o’clock. Seats free.
Romnn Catholic, Revs. P. J. Erlach, Pastor,
'churqh on O’Neil street,'ahovaTwentieth.
Presbyterian church, corner Ferguson and
Eighteenth streets. Rev. W. G. Kcphart, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 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 tlie new church. Eighteenth street.
Sabbath school and Bible glass alsy t p. m. Wcek
* jprayor m«otlug ( Tli(imlfty evening.
Masonic,
Wyoming R. A. Chapter, U. D., meets at Hall
•on the first ami third Tuesday evenings in each
at 8 r. x.
JV. A. Paksr, Sec'y. G. D. Foglesong. 11. P.
Cheyenne Lodge, No. 16, meets first and third
Saturday nights in each month, at Masonic Hall.
Odd Fellows.
Cheyemi* lay»jge f No. l. J. o. o. F., meets every
Odd Felloes Hall.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Society,
OF THE UNITED STATES.
■6am assured, new business during Cite year 1809,
1,021,14 1.00.
Doing Million Dollars grcatcrlban
Hit ry;w(b«nincfd» ofapy edlierjjfcjniurtuicj com
pmt? m >he worfd.
-A. kk('lh, 000,000.
Caxli Income.
#7,500,000.
•J. H. NICHOLS, Agent, Cheyenne. anglStf
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
ASSETS* 0VER>35,000,000. CASH
Fimflirtio* lAfe’ Inmirancc, combining the advnn-
Uees offered by ALL /JTJi ER COMPANIES, with
UNEQUALED FINANCIAL SECURITY.
E. I*. S\OW, State Aoent,
marlO-ly Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory.
Buy Me an 1 I’ll do You Good.
* ROOT AND HAST.
K By cleansing the blood and arousing the U
liver und secretive organs to u licaltliy hc- U
M lion, these Pills cure many complaints U
* whlclutt won kl wot i»e supposed they could
” reach, such ns Headache, Pain in the side. M
**• Numbness of llie hands and feet. Dullness k
C Chilliness, BheiunaUsm, Neuralgia. Loss H
• of appetite. Btllious Dvseute/v, Kidney ■
£»
other kin drew complaints arising from a tow stale
of the body or obstructions of its functions. Being
free from mercury und other poisons, they can he
taken at nil times and under all circumstances
w ithout c>&»rtfcl<vdtij* or .bu*imjiH. Price 25 cents
n box. Prepared by the Graf ton Medicine Co., St.
I.ouis, Mo. tsojd by druggists and dealers in med
icine everywhere. JySOddtwly
THE DAILY EVENING LEADER
issued ench day. except Sunday, nud containing
•ft large amount of interesting news, gonornl ana
local, and circulating widely throughout Wyo
ming and the adjacent sections of the ltocky
MV:..
Best Advertising Medium
IN TIIK COUNTRY.
Oflloc west side of Ferguson street, Cheyenne,
Wyoming.
» or-Wir i■ >
ROGERS & CO.
..rankers,
.qr.(*fUCo*Bß©BS TO KOH.NTZB T.ltOß. it OUi]
•*.■■ •; Utrt>yiu»«. Vs yo#ilnip''„
coin
g:AHDMLI^pUST
Wffc&lvW prompt {.•
"I™'- Dfnft.on
nil the principal Clllon of Europn ,olrt nt Hie
lHinlle Kuril' r llon-l. Iterlilencd corner ofHI*?l
«SW?aili»v«R.s #ck norl " ofl ’- yK
CKcrcrrc flrtilf Weaker.
VOL.IV:
DAILY EVENING LEADER.
Olßclnl. State*.
PUBLIBIIKD DAILY, KXCBPT SUNDAY, BY
«s*3^gH&psw|
THANKSGIVING PEOCLAMAT’N
■ByJ. A. Campbell. Governor of WyominQi
-wm* PlidPMc OF WYpMtNO
The President of the United States having
'designated Thubstdny Hie 2ft h day of Tvtoveni
her, as a day <<( thanksgiving and ur ycr, I
recommend that the people of the Territory
of Wyoming observe that day, in accordance
with tha usual custom, by abstaining from all
worldy pursHlte, and rendering t-ftnnks to al
mighty God for the many blessings vouch
safed to us individually and us a people, dur
ing the ptuit year.
fn testimony Where' f I have hereunto set
my liand, and caused the great seal of the
Territory' to be atllxed. .— * —.
Lone at tUe city of Cheyenne, / t, r l
thin sth day of -November, in the \ u ’: n { )
yViir of mtr ‘Lofrd, one fhoitKiunl —'
eight hundred and sevent.v and of the Inde
pendence of the United Htates, the ninety'-
fifth. J. A. CAMPBELL.
By The Governor;
11 Kitm an Gi^a.fck>:,Sec’y of the Territory.
—Tlie chief anticipations of com
mercial importance of Cheyenne are
derived from the necessity of a new
and important lineof travel and com
merce, extending northward along
the base of the mountains to the ricii
mineral and agricultural regions of
central and northern Wyoming and
Montana Territory. There are sever
al parties looking vvilh interest to the
cbhSthlction of a railroad from Chey
enne, via Forts Fetterman, Fort
Reno, and Powder and Big Horn
rivep?, to the . valley of the Yellow
stone, and through Bozeman Purs,
and finally by the Gallatin and Mis
souri valleys and other lesser streams
to Helena, and leading points in
Montana.
An organization of a company for
tlie above purpose lias boon j>erfected
at Helena, under tlie name of “Hele
na, Big Horn A Cheyenne Railroad
& Telegraph Company.” A similar
company has been organized here,
hut the main trouble with these com
panies will doubtless be that their
pecuniary ability is as small as their
enterprise is large. Existing eorpor
ations, wielding power and influence
to secure government assistance, in ust
| be looked to, to pusli forward the ac
| tual work. The Union Pacific, from
every indication, is blind to her own
interests, in securing this line as a
feeder to its own road, and if it ever
wakes up to the importance of the
work, it is likely to he too late. It is
in another direction that we look
with the most confidence, for the
inauguration of this enterprise, which
j is of so vital importance to Wyoming,
j and to Cheyenne in particular. Tiie
, realization of our expectations is not
Iso distant as many suppose. Tlie in
fluence of tile Kansas Pacific, and
the great corporations interested in
its welfare, will be brought to bear at
an early day to secure tlie grants of
lands and right of way for this now
j rente. The matter will come up in
the coming session of Congress, and,
under tlie weight of interested i >
: fluence which will be brought to bear,
the Indian question, Which sits like
an incubus in tlie way of our progress
will bo removed and (lie assured con
■straction of this railroad, put us in a
prosperous and growing condition.
—Mr. Groeshpck. at the southern
commercial convention in Cincinnati,
said: “ This is a land where the press
isfree, and tlie conscience free; where
speech is free, where tlie people rule,
and change their administration at
[pleasure.” As lie* uttered'tlie last
j sentiment, visions of the “ lost
cause” floated before the many south
j efners: present, and they “ smole a
gliastly smile.”
General Items.
Boot-blacking ImacluUcry is a Lon
don notion.
Anna Dickinson lias been offered a
borne by a Boston man.
There is aji intelligence office for
lie*then Chinese in Boston.
« ißasfci ball Itf\s killed twenfy-flvo
persons during the past season.
The oil of «unflowor seeds is now
worked oyer into delicious perfume,
Chicago has another big organ. It
is not the organ of philoprogenitive,
ness.
Owing to flip war, New Jersey will
have to furnish all the French wine
4* 1870.
.Thfi. daughters of President. Ur*nl
and Gov. iloninan will debit! ..this
winter.
Bazaine, fulling to complete the
defense ot Metz, will soon begin a
defense of himself.
One of the religious papers has A
cOntlfimhntlo)) ot those popularity
seeking preachers SiJiogtVa a “Jiogs
head of words tn every pint of sense,”'
CIIEYENKE, WYOMING, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1870.
BY TELEGRAPH
UKJYUtTJfD BXI’IIBSMLy XHIS KVESJNU LKAUKIt.
NIGHT REPORT.
THE WAR.
Grave Charge agst. Gambetta
Death Rate in German Army
Further French Successes.
Important Movement* by Russia.
Alabama Claims Question.
OOMESTIC IVTEI.I.IGENCE.
Miners’ Affray in Nevada.
London', Nov. 12.—A cable dis
patch to the World says: The La
Situation lias a leader to-day in
which it says the arrival of Schnei
der at London, compels us to make
public the fact that Gambetta is en
gaged in intrigues for the restoration
of tlie Orleans dynasty. The scheme
is for the late corps legislatif to as
semble at Tours, and compel, hy in
timidation ami pressure of circum
stances, the ratification of all done
since tlie 4th of September, and do
away with the republic and accept
the services of an Orleans Prince.
A German Prince is interest
ed in tlie intrigue, although
Bismarck remains faithful to the
idea of the restoration of the empire.
The presence of Thiers at Tours and
the continued conferences between
him and Gambetta, give additional
color to the report.
London, Nov. I:l.—A cable dis
patch to the World states that a care
ful consideration of tlie reports re
ceived here hy medical authority in
the British army, from ail German
armies now in France, shows that
the aggregate deaths of German sol
diers average 2,250 per day, which is
due in a great degree to tlie bad sani
tary arrangements and neglect of the,
sick and wounded. Tlie opinion in
military circles here is universal that
unless the Germans "can end the war
before the Ist of January, their final
defeat is inevitable,
London, Nov. lfi. —Tours dis
patches dated Friday evening, repeat
tii • statement that there was lighting
all day Thursday, near Coulmiers, in
which the French were successful,
and that Palladia occupied Chavilly,
north of Orleans, taking COO prison
ers and two guns.
On the 10th, apportion of a Bava
rian ammunition train, losing its
way, fell into the hands of the French.
Tours, Nov. 12— Midnight.—Gen.
Palladio reports that he took 2,500
prisoners in his last engagement. The
French troops now hold t lie en
trenched camp which was occupied
by the Prussians at Orthenay. The
tidings of the victory of the army of
the Loire roused the wildest ex
citement throughout France. A great
number of troops arc hurrying from
the south to join the forces of Gen.
Palladin, The- use of balloons
for observing the movements of the
enemy, Is to tie Introduced into the
army of the Loire. Quite a number
of stool, French breech-loading can
cannon arc ready for the armies of
the lioirc and the north.
Nothing further is made known of
the movements of the French army
since the victery of Orleans and the
occupation of Chevilly. The Gorman
retreat on the tltli was effected in per
fect order. The losses of the Germans
since the 7tl» amount to 10,000 men.
Gen. Worden is evidently moving to
join Gen. Von der 'Bonn. The bridges
on his route are to he destroyed, and
the roads obstructed in every possible
•manner, A camp of instruction is
forming at Toulouse under General
Denany, as the nvoiete, for tlie army
of the southwest.
A special dispatch to the Herald,
dated London, Noy, 13, says that on
j Saturday morning a specjul courier
arrived from St. Petersburg with dis
patpljos to Granville, said to lie of a
serious character. The dispatches
were sent from the foreign office last
uight'by n special messenger to Vien
na', Florence, Copenhagen and Con
stantinople. Tlie minister left town
!yostjordAy but will reassemble early
in tlie \yoek. Many believe that a
Russian fleet will bo at Dardanelles
next week. Extraordinary activity
exists in tlie army and navy depart
ments. General European complica
tions seeip imminent,
Tours. Nov. 13.— Minister Gam- j
betta, during his absence from this !
city, visited General Palladin at his '
headquarters. He issued a proclama- j
tion to the army ami made a speech
to tlie army at Orleans. Ho returned
to hasten forward reinforcements. I
The hostile armies are now face to
face, the French resting on Chevilly,
with the forest and villages at their
back. The Prussians arc in the plains
of Beauce. Gen. Von der Tonn has
been reinforced by detachments from
the commands Os Generals Wlliich, j
Prince Albrecht, and the Duke of
Mecklenburg, sixty thousand men in
all.
A special correspondent of the Tri
bune at Versailles, telegraphs on tlie
12th that trustworthy information
represents that Paris supplies will
not last exceeding tlirea weeks, and
the Prussians are not likely to bom
bard tlie city.
A World special dispatch, dated
London, Nov. 13, says that among the
subjects discussed at the last cabinet
meeting was the Alabama question.
Tlie government decided to instruct
Thornton to ascertain as far as possi
ble,tlie disposition of tlie American
government as to the reopening of
the question, and intimate.the readi
ness of England to go over the whole
discussion again.
San Francisco, Nov. 13.—A diffi
culty occurred between the owners of
the Creole and Banner mines at
Pioclie City, Nevada, which culmin
ated on the'9th by a battle, in which
W. G. Snell was killed and ten others
wounded. Several were precipitated
down the shaft of the Creole, some
seventy feet, escaping with but slight
bruises. Thu parties retaining pos
session were arrested by tlie sheriff.
Telegraphic Sparks,
President Baez is not dead as has
been reported.
It is again announced that Tom
Collycr will accept Billy Edwards’
challenge fora prize fight.
Information from Spain intimates
the growth of a formidable opposi
tion to tlie Duke of Aosta.
Tlie report is reiterated that the
I delay in the bombardment of Paris
j is due to tlie entreaties of Queen Vic
toria.
Three acres of land near Basket
j Station,.on the Delaware Division of
the Erie railroad, sunk, a few days
ago, to tiie depth of forty feet, and
| water has appeared,
j Advices from Sun Domingo state
that the question of .annexation to
the German confederation is still
canvassed and reported negotiations
are going on, but no official steps will
be taken until the United States offi
cially declare the abandonment of the
I proposition of annexation.
MARKETS.
EMPIRE MEAT MARKET!
.A.. 13 A. EH,
Dealer In
Fresh & Salt Meats
VENISON, FISH,
VEGETABLES & WILD GAME.
FERGUSON STREET,
A Cew doors south of the Leader Office
nov7-lm
THE CHEYENNE MARKET!
TPred Landau,
Dealer In
FRESII AND SALT
MEATS, VENISON,
Vegetables & Wild Game.
Fresli Flsfj Rebelled Pull}’.
Street, bet. Etfdy and For
gueon.
novD-ly
WORTH W KSTEBX
Horse ail Company.
ESTABLISHED IN 18G1.
Manufacturers or Patent HAMMERED HOBQE
NAILS, from ** Benxon” Iron, They are uncqunl
od in «utility anil style, nud are the ••STAND-
Horse Nall with all the lending houses In
the trade. Ofllco, (JB, W. Van Ilureii et Factory
54i to 68 West Vun Buret) St., corner of CHjjtou,
CIItCAGO.
A. TV. KING6LAND, Secretary.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
AND—
COAL OIL
Cpustaqlly on hand as.
M. O'HRAIiY’S STOKE,
*ept2Cd3io Fifteen ;h Strict.
| The Very Latest, j
—„
IIVOON REPORT.
j ♦ ' * *’
j Washington City Gossip.
Washington, Nov. 14.—1 t is re
ported from a trustworthy source, that ■
! Fish will withdraw from the Cabinet
before the termination of the present
Congress. It is said to be ids desire
| to resign upon the assembling i f C< n
gress, but is understood that it is tlie
President’s wish that he remain
during tiie session. Judge Edward
Pierrcpont is spoken of as the suc
cessor to Fish.
New York, Nov. 14.—TheTribuno
Washington correspondent telcgrapcd 1
Inst night as follows: When the j
, Presidont left here on Friday evon
' ing, it was given out serrii-officially.
that his visit to Philadelphia was of
a strictly private nature. It is learned
however that his visit is not m.cre’y
private, but has a strong political sig
! nifleanoe which will be fully devei
| oped soon after his return. ThePrcs
ident’s friends assort that he Is anx
ious to have Pennsylvania roprosoiit
j ed in his Cabinet,havingso expressed
| himself on several occasions lately,
; and hispresent visit to Philadelphia is
for the purpose of consultation with
; some of the leading men, that a fit
; and proper selection may be agreed
upon from the many elements of the
j Republican party of that State. Penn
sylvanians who have been visiting
tlie President have liccn
I making tlie point that as New York
I is hopelessly Democratic, and Penn
sylvania is strongly Republican, the
latter State should have the prefer
j once to a Cabinet position. The Pres
ident does not agree in the assertion
that New’York is hopelessly lost to
tlie Republican party and will not
I allow her to go unrepresented in his
councils. He does admit however
i that Maryland is thoroughly Dcmo
! (.-vatic, and that the recent victory of
| Gratz Brown in Missouri, makes
j what used to be termed, “ tlie border
I Stales a unit against the Republican
party;” consequently, nothing is to
I lie gained to his administration
j by giving to these States the most
powerful offices, in the way of politi
■ cal patronage, within liL gift, hence
' it is understood that Cress well will
| retire from the Postmaster General’s
office, that a Pennsylvanian may be
appointed in his stead. This state
' meat is from the President’s own par
tisans, and should be considered trust
worthy.
SEALED PROPOSALS
Will he received at Camp Brown, Wvomlng
Territory, until the o'clock n. m. on Moudnv,
the fourteenrti tilth) day of November, lbo». lor
the erection of the following described buildings:
First, One dwelling house thirty-iwo t :j*3> feet
long by sixteen iltl) feet wide, ami ten (Un feet
high, with partition through the same, at such
place as the agent may direct, and to have a .-lied
loom twelve (12) feet wide in rear of main build
ing, anil of equal lengthAvith it, to he divided by
' one partition into two rooms. There are ty b*
seven (?) doors, six ith feet ten o lilt inches long,
by two (2) feet ten (Hi) inches wide, to he hapg iy
the jams or facings by substantial iron butts,
each to he provided with lock and key. There
will he also six (ti) windows of twelve (12) lights
each, of size 10x11 inches. The Hours to lie of
sound pluuk. one (li inch lUick. and to he nailed
to firm sleepers, wJ.Ui ejght <b) “/J." nails. The
slcapet> ty he o l sound limber. a..i ty he placed
yot to exceed two feet apart. The ceiling joists to
be of sufficient strength to ompuort a celling of
H inch lumber, which Is to he nailed to the joists
with 8 “d. M nails. The roof to he of shingles.
The Walls of the building to he pf hewed log-,
notched together at the corners. The spaces or
crevices between the logs to he closed by chink,
ingou the Ipsidc yf the ryyip. wjih pieces of titn.
her, and daubing on the outside with clay mortar.
Second, Also, six buildiugs, to hc "same us
the above .described buildings, except that they
will be twenty-four (24) by twenty-six (20) fee’,
with throe (*t ryofljtf, four (f) door*., three (3)
windows each.
Third , Also, one building. *k\tu.u Ofii by
twenty-four (34) feet, with one double door oxo
feet, one door 3xo feet* nud one window
Fourth , Also, one building, sixteen i *i hy
tlijyty-tvo (33) feet. Two (2) doyrs three 3) by
se,v<*4J (7) feet, and five ($j windows of twelve (12>
lights, 10 by 14 incites. These building- to he
or same material and finish 2* the building first
above described.
Kaclt of the aforementioned buildings to have
a chimney and fire place of proper dimensions, or
In lieu thereof, n heating stove of proper size,
with stove Hue, and sufficient length of pipe.
Fifth , Also, a frame building for saw mill,
twenty (20) by forty <4o> feet, and twelve < 12) f el
high. Also, u frame huljding for grist mill,
twenty <2l) by twenty-four (21) feet, and two
stories high. The first nine (H) and the second
i night (8) feet to l>g sided with inch plnuk, and
I roofed with shingles, flic whole to built of good
material, and in a futbstantial and workmanlike
I manner. The whole of the above mentioned
. buildings *o be located on the Shoshone Reservn-
I tb»n. on Little Wind river, nt or near the mouth
I of Trout creek. In Wyoming Territory, and to he
! built yf sjooil material throughout, ’ and to ho
, cyuiplVttw o*i or iieforo the day yf June,
loTl. to he paid f«>r when completed.
I Alt proposals must Ije written on quarto jiost
1 paper, and he nccymnnnjed by the names of
1 at least two responsible person’s as sun iles for
Ills faithful performanceef the contract, if awurd
c,d him, and eiudosod In an official envelope,
an* endorsed : •• IToposnla fororecringJuilltllugs
on Shoshone Reservatlpn,’' and addressed to J.
W. Wham, U. S. liiulan Agent, Camp .Brown,
Wyoming Terri tors.
J, W. Wham.
U. 6. Indian Agent.
J&outb City. W. T..
HOOBi A«K!>TN HIAKG
SBO to SIOO per .lloiitli by celling;
GREAT FORTUNES
| And llow Tuky Wekk Made. By J. I). McCabe,
! .In. New. fresh and original. Profusely illu
trated, and heaulifdlly houud. The most takiu'
au,<j instructive, and unlver-allv sought utu r
! hook issued for years. Fascinating as llctio .
' authentic as history, practical as •• Poor Itichaid *
j with lessons more el.wating. forpopular purposes,
j thin the profoui'<|..ht' philosophy. Seidfort'ti.
cular. etc., and notice our extra terms. K. HAN
JUKOKD .t CO.. KuMlihrr., I.K S .u.li Clurk
' mieet. Chicago, and 177 West Fourth Street, tin
* cinnutl.
NO. 49.
STOVES, ETC.
EVENING STAR,
CIIALU.KGK
—AJfD-:
Tiie demand for c ttartf.r oak. chat.- »
I.ENOB nml EVENING STAR Stoves ha*
1 crown so rapidly of laic titni \vc have not filled
. orders a* promptly jjeslrable; “but havin'; tioyv }
secure*! the assistance of another Stove Foundry, j
we nhnll hereafter routine nearly the entire force
i of otir own e»tnhlishmcnt to the production of
j the Stoves above named arid hope to till all order*
, without delay. ,
l We would call the attention of those shoot
purcha-'iie:. lo Hie SI *■< KSS and FOPt'LAWITY
] of all THESE STOVES. No better evidence of
: their intrinsic merit can be offered than n state
ment of the fart, thnt after IS years’ use and be
in>; anblect to severe tests in fill kinds or locnll
, ties, mid to the most bluer and determined oppo
; “Won Mint could be invented, that thflvnre tb-duv.
tin* MOST POPULAR STOVES in th» market, and ,
! have given such universal satisfaction thut the
| DBM A.YD IS GREATER TII AX BY UR.
\ If von want the Best Cooking Stove for IVoo-f
buy the CHARTER OAK.
! If yon want the list Cooking Store fur Coal, bin
the CHALLENGE.
If you want th rentes * and he*‘ *h> - t iron tiarlor
store ever made, buy the EVEXIXG STAR.
—SOLD BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Go.,
( 610 and Oil North Main Street.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ami All—
Lire Store Dealers,
LIKE
HARPER A HOrSMAX,
AND
ii. BOF/rrciiEiu-co.,
aplldjkwly Ulieyeiiite. Wyoming.
NSW ADVERTISEMENTS
[LICENSED BY l\ S. AUTHORITY.]
L. T). Sine’s
Gift Enterprises!
TIIF ONLY LiLLIABLE
i Gift Distributions in the Country f
.j _ r . u _
145111 Regular Monthly
; GIFT DISTB IB UTIOX '
To be Drawn Tlmrxday, Dec. 1. 1870.
$50,000 ' v " r
Capital Prlit 8.),O0O ji) (jrccnbarVs!
; Agent a wanted to sell Tickets, to tvhoip Libera)
Premium a will bo paid.
! Single Ticket*. sls G Ticket*. 85; 25
• • Tickets, 820.
A circular containing full list of prizes, man
nc of drawing. &r . sent to any one ordering it.
, All letters must be addressed
1.. D. SINK. Box KG. Cincinnati. O. j
To the Newspaper Press.
The C’HK AUO Union, owned and '
managed by CrtHwer, Aikens & Cramer. Milwau- 1
kee, aqd Rounds Kane. Chicago, are now pro- ;
pared I q fhiri ish Outside and Inside printed
paper, in all si/.i-s. New type, flue paper. Ad- ;
dress. Chicago Newspaper Fiiion, (Jjucago. 111. |
Messrs. Crauwr, Aikens jc Cramer, of Milwau- j
kee. continue iu furnish Outside* und Insides to 1
newspaper*. New type, tine paper, and no oh- j
jeciiounbie advertisements hereafter received iu I
cither list. Address.
Cramer. Aikens Jt Cramer, Milwaukee. WU. j
WANTKD— AUKN TS. *•»<) p« i- dwy. to sell
the celebrated lIOMK SHU ITI.K KKWINIi
MACIIINK. Has the u/"ftr-J>.ed. make* the
** loci t'Unit " (alike on hot’ll sides.) and is
foil ft lie* lined. The best and cheapest family Sew
ing Machine in thomnrkej. Address. .DdINSON,
CL ABK A- to.. Boston.. Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, >lo.
AMERICAN Bfl 61'lE 11.
•nil-: ■ ii< >v .-r r,, •.. ■
it affords to this poor and the rich alike the first
and only relief over offered from the Tedious,
Troublesome. Jnlce-Kvnporating. and Dvspepsia
producing Broilers of the oast, and from .Meat
looking Ahotnluailong of all Dogrc’s. Hequln-s
no Pren.irmiou of Fire; no Coke or Charco'il; no
Pounding of Steak; Render* Tough Meat Tender
by its Action; does away with nil Smoke gud
Smell of tirease: Broils Kqualiv Well over CoaJ
or Wood; unswers for all sized’ stove or Range
Openings. We guarantee satisfaction, niul iy
any not satisfied, after a fair trial, the monev will
he refunded, with charge* both way*. Retail
Pivje. *■».<>.).
Americnii BryHcr Manufacturing Co., Office*
<l2 Broad St.. New York, and HI!) Race Bt.. Cincin
nati; Frank Sturges A Co.. Chicago: Clarence
Shepard Jt Co., Miwankce; Checver, Burchard A
Co., St. Louis; Wholesale Agents.
ARCHDEACON Jc lIL^SELL'S
Kit Pickles.™.
Our Fntciil VileroiiN Lined Kilo makes n
mitt puikage for aJI hyuxckegpers aud enu he
•liipped to any part of the Culled States without
leakage, nijtl nre fn-t superceding all others for
family use. Spiced and Preserved in Pruning’*
celebrated W*»lto Wine Vinegar.
Archdeacon A ICiisncll, Chicago.
By Id by nil Wholesale and Retail Orucers.
C. E. THOMPSON,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKES
I Seventeenth street, noxi door to the Meirovooiuui
Billiard Cell,
I 4NDKRSTANDS thoroughly the art *>f fitting
l J any feet, deformed or ot her wire, uueyrdiu.r id
afintoiuicnl nrlnciples. None hut ike !>eel mater
ials' arc nseq und mtlsfa* :i.;t guarunleyd. t;lv«
• him a till. e 7 ly
WYOMING WEEKLY IW,
l«suc(l every Saturday. . r
TEHMS : A YEAH, t*-® »ALP TUt
i» uao *4 Ihe g
Largest Papers id t|»e Wf»t.
conßEaci vt jvk-nntiWi
UT EVERT KIIKU
Ncntlv, cheaply and expedition*!* execute (ante
of ovecy shape and kiwi. JUIL fiend*...letter
and Note Binnke of tmtfv him.' Alt
ers, etc., printed on short order, llavlmj a pew
lot of Tvpo and Preeeee, w« «uu do haodaoroo
work at low prices.
I MPO RTANT
TO
Business Men
o— «
TIIE CHICAGO EVENING POST pre
sents unmiswurablc clniins for pairoua/e and ex
tended Circulation.
Ihe EVENING POST contain* flic report* of
each day’s busines- in the Kaalcrn elites and
while men are a«leep the paper 1 ravel* UW. 30C .»r
340 miles from Mornimx paper* co/dain
b>g rt/Mits no laDr. lake the day time lo'reach flio
anxious reader, and in I lie evenin'; he gets New
York qimmiionn that he might have had fu Iho
jpijrning i»v taking :lie EVENINV* POST. The
conuOHrcinf -ind flnanrial ffiipartmeni** of (lie
POST yru undergoing a change, and will hereafter
lipve nu anuaj in the prusi' of Chicago.
The Saturday Issue of the. POST ban recently
been Enlurwid and Improved. It l- now. a largo
forty coiniun literary, nnatrcinl and political l pa
iMT, liaviug u,i sofacrjor for Sunday rending.
J’liose who fake the POST get ft paper Snuffay
morning that is iuilvi>r»ttily recogniwd m> in
every way proper to enter tnu faroilv. The POST
Is offered at the very )<*w of ftU.(X) a vtwror
fo.Ot) for six months.
THE WEEKLY I*OST iias beep universally ap
proved. It |s rend by so njany'"thousands that
there are only a fj\r people left to ienrn Iris tn«-i -
Its We give *
THE CELEBRATED ELGIN WATCHES ,
As promtnma for Clubs, i i.e-e watches are re
cognized the best now kuown to lovers of t or
reel lime. We give (Vulches worth frt»:n $3 1 iti
1 ns premiums to those gening np clul).-.
s end for !i-t of priced and ■ tuple c.pit rof Daliv
or vVtiukly POST. S.-. : ee 1" ail who npptv.
I • T PRINTING it)..
.. son Street, Chicago.
.4 <• I:NTS WAN l i d. A MONTH 1
2V li<- the AMERICAN I.MTIINO MACHINE
Co- Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
PRUSSING’S CELEBRATED
ciaun xTiHrEG-A-n.
I Warraul*::! pun?, palaluhlr, iind to preerve
Pickle-. I'irst pretniiims awarded at tlie V. S.
■ 'I D'-iuois State Fair, and Chicago city
r 1..1 works of the kind in the United
‘•cti. Established 18-14.
CHAS. E PRUSSiNG,
330 «V 11 Mat' '-reel, Cliifago.
ENTERPRISE
ft. B.W. TAYLOR A CO.’S J}
T 2od Regular Monthly m
GIFT 1
ENTERPRISE
R r PHE C VLY RELIABLE GIFT T)
L DistYnjufion in the’fl’tuitry. ||
•fiO.Ouo in t'.-tsii Mid Valuubfe Prizes u
T% to lx? distributed December INTO. *pv
x Capital Prize, - - - §5,000 ±
Rin qold. T)
kefs. *1 : Sl* fk|e|n-ls. Xil
I S’». Ag' litS w.uitid ;<> sell tieSVetH. *Y*
Circulars cntitainiiig full i'iWMl’" - l
bus will l»e sent to buy our'uiut .
ing them. Address ““
SAB. \V TAYLOR i U # o., O
Bo:: 1101, c;•leiiinuii, 11
ENTERPRISE
I^PECTORAL^
Ky.\_\x\rM
CUTC»
COUGH, CROUP, RKONCHITIS,
cocos, ASTHXI.V, di'ukma.
110 \usi:m;„s axd ixnpiKA r t ux-
SUJIPTION.
0
Bauk'* PrctoiiAL filixiK l»:ij* w’ou lh
| favor or patient* who h.ivw Uie.9l ilfjnd al»»i iV«
1 patronage of the medical faculty ijj pverv section
i of the country where it has h«ep iiotrodueed. Ko
remedy for the lung* and rhront .c;er discovered
, stand* so popular after once usetj us this prepara
tion. It is made under the of Mr. T.
H Barr, one of the best practfcal ghemltM* in the
State. The success which has attended the use
of this remedy for the past si.vq.-oii year*, where
known, ha* induced u- to nutke it more widely
kuowu for the imuefit of the suffering. Let the
afflicted give it n fair trial, as tve are confident
tltal relief and pormaueut e tye will he the result.
Sold l»v all dritggi-:s loi Him Bcctiou where tiii*
adver isemenl is published.
N. B. -Circular* giviuu cyriltlraHw of rtHimrko-
I _hle cures of the afflicted ht-1 sent on upplicu
t i*in. nr the) will he l.ynd accompauving etuhi
Jjo'tleof the Pectoral Klixir.
The Kuxm is to take, and ia nowiiy
dud elegantly put up hi large bottles, at tLNfc;
DOLLAR EACH.
T. H. BARR & CGk
PRtH’HHiTORSr, KRUK lIAV'TK, A.
Sold iu.cbka-t ~( Wholesale bw
FULLER. KIN OH a FULL! I; LORD A SlflTlf
1 «TK\K-ON a REID; HURL
-1 111 I LDS\/.1,;R nURNH VM A M»VTBLO<*kI
n OCKI TUI MAN * KlNti; ROCKWOuD Si
I 111 Milwaukee hr
I RICE i REISINU: DOHMKN Jc SCHMIDT;
GREEN BFTTON.
In St. I.ontis hy
liIt.TIARDSON A CO.: CfkU.TKM H7l<N* .
1 4 not thmuuhout the Northwi *1 by all hnWgkot*
“reward.
lot »ny ease of UlTntl fiMUne,
I;*»h»rg. or UtreraD'd l*He,. rhnt
Sic UiugN File Ki'iui dy fnlis’to cure It )*
prepared ocpressly to
else, and hu- niiniffvnst'- orL^r*vean* -t M ud
hii'. tk»UI )>jr nil Drug;l»l-V I,anmo. >my. 11(
l KANKitin St Bn Fritv. $i •»».
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