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UTtUil. NOVBfrgHK IP, 1670. BY TELEGRAPH exported katuksaly roa tub evexino u vdeh. Luwt Report. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. General European War Inevitable- Rudhlu'h Ground of Complaint. French Movement** at Orleans. domestic London, Nov. IS.— lt is reported that the Austrian government lias or dered the departure of a large number of troops to the neighlmrhood of the Turkish bonier, in order that that the country may be ready to co-o|>omle with other powers in flic event of a breaking out of hostilities. Rumors come here thick and fust, hut the general impression is that nothing can avert a war. It is srtid that the violation of the treaty of 18ofi, complained of by Rus sia, are ns follows: Tire cruise of the Prince of Wales, in the Euxine Sea in an English frigate; a similar trip by Bulwer;' the appearance of an Austrian sdundron at Varna, when the Emperor was there; and the voyage of the Sultan, in a Turkish frigate. Against this latter fact, the Russian envoy protested at tire time, but ineffectually. Orleans, Nov. 11.— Thi3 evening the Prussians retired to Ortenny. Tho French arc to construct heavy works in front of the railway Junc tion, outside Orleans. Ten thousand men are employed. The French army are massed between Orleans and Or tenny. Tho ill mnutigemont of the cavalry, the French say, balks their success. Philadelphia, Nov. 18.— William W. Watt, State Senator from the First District, died this morning. His decease will leave the political parties tied in tiro Htntc Hcnate. A special election will have to lie held to fIU tire vacancy, but it cannot tukc place until after the meeting of tho legislature, upon a warrant sued by the Speaker of tho Senate. SINGER'S Sewing Machines. Thr Singer Hlannfactnrlng Co. Is now producing nearly 200.000 Sewing Mae hi lira per nntftim nnd Is not able 10 meet the deni nnd. but In order it* do *o, now lac lories are being erected that "ill supply Three Hundred nnd Fifty Thousand Jluelillw* rut’ll Year. Tlic popularity of the “New Kamilt" Sewing Machine is only -urpm*»ed by it- usefulness uod flmplicilv; durabUity end bounty. Where known it Is difficult lor toliet manufacturer* to effect sales, ami they employ cu*ry me in* to foist their productq upon tlie people. buyer* or Sowing Machines should avoid cams*** r* and pet tilers who lesori lo compulsion 10 make Mies, for no machine ran be desirable that is forcibly thrust on the purchaser. ThctJinieer “New Family” and tho “ i.’ew ; 3To. One” Sewing MacUtue*. l«bv lr.lt.r for | Dressmakers. Tailors. Shoemaker*. Ae ] nro •agerlv sought for. nnd n large stork ran he found In our sales room*. together with u>ery 1 useful accesMirv In tended ft*r them. Wo sell 811 k Twist, Cotton and Linen Threads. Needles. Oil, Here" drherr. A .. ui retail or In quantity at manufacturers’ prices. Catalogue-. Price Li-is, Ac., tin English or Oer man.] furnished ou appiicaiiou by uiuii or other wise. DEAN & X-sOWK* 603 North Fourth Sirrrt, aept23-<!3m BT. LOl’l9, MO. SI MM ON ». Ki>nr*. Ebon Smith, of Omaha, in the State ofXchrn-kn, will lake notice ih.it Po-ey S. Wilson, trf he County of Laramie. In the Territory of Wyoming, did. on the 38 h da\ f June. A. t> lK7u, til*’ Ms fit it i«*n In 'he District Court of the First Judicial strict of the Terri lory of Wyoming, wl’hln mid r tha Conn l% v of Laramie, u -aiust tl e said l.bcn Sini'h. defendant, selling forth that on 'he day of June IS*JI, at said C nitty ot l ar.mile. t*i kl* prom i *-or' note in writ In g, and delivered 'he same to said l'o-«-y S. Wilson, ’ihd thereby protn iacd U» pay to salt! I*o«h\* 8. Wilson's order, sixty days afier the said ‘ilih day of Jn. •. !:'(• •. the sum jailtreo littndreil dollars ar the b.iaklng noil sc of J A. ware & Co., with Interest thereon from the sAid Mlh d«v of'June. I** at Ihe rue of tweui v firur per centum per annum, and that thr- -aid note became due and payable from said Eben Smith to said I\h*v S. Wilson on the l day t»f Auun-t. irttn. hut ill it tM part thereof ha-h«-’n puisi. and praying Judgment nc-dti-t the said fcben Muilh for the sum of throe hundred dollars, With Intere-t Iher on at the rale of t««n • f.utr per centum per ahnntu -inc • August 33d. IMT>, and the costs of the action. And th<* s »H Ll»’n >mPh I- hereby notified that is required to ap|H-ar in said court and au-wt r said pet It In •on or before tho 1 ItU day of Decent her. A. D. HRb. Dated October 10th. 1.570. OCtlO-wOt I’OSKY S.WTLSON, Bv Wiutbread & Comlktt. his Attorneys. A (look Tor (lie Million. I A nrlriti C'onni«!ur to the RlAlinlAu£ Married, or those about to A;||hir j marry, on the phyßiological UJ!U!!« I ini eii-rlce and rc\elation-of the sexual system, with the latest discoveries In producing ami prcveii'lni' offspring, pr-son Ins the conipa siou. Ac. Title l* an Inierusllii X work of two hundred mid twoutv-four pages, with nu merous engraving*. and contains valuable Infor mation for those who itru mi.rrhU or con'ciuplato marriage : still it Is a book that on g lit to he under lock and key. and not laid carelessly alum I the house. limit to any one (free of inistagc) for Fifty Cents. Addrc-s Dr. Dune' Dispensary, No. li, N. Eiichtb SI,, Si Luuli-. Mo. Notice to (lie A filleted tint) Fnfortn isaie.—lie fore applying to I lie nolorioue ijuaclis who advertise tn public panure. or using any Quack Remedies. peruse Dr. Butts' work, no mut ter what your disease Is, or how doplorulde your >m4itlon. A |>r. Untie ean .be consulted. pertOT/illy or by mall, on the diseases rnenlloned In Ids tvorke. Office, No. lit N. Eighth atrect, bet. Market and £hcsnut, ttt. Louie. Mo. THE EUROPEAN MAIL: a Weekly Summary of Newi for North America.—Usual foments: rdteidcnti; Art and Science: Birin*. Marriages, pod Deaths: Comtperloial Summary: < orruspon- JUdi: Cburf: Criminal; Emigration; Foreign and Cotaoial; Ireland; Latent Shipping; Legal Ll’«r •pgllarkt Reporta; Medical; Mercantile; Mill drrTMCUfVllan^one: Mu-lcand the Drumi; Na'u- Mu matory; Naval; Obituary: l’olldcal; PHre i Bco'land. Shipping aud Fr*i;hrs; Spe rSm Awtdcan Noire; Sporting; £ lock and Shares; 'Will* and Baqacktx, Ac. Ac. it iSmktcHptkm, payahU in advanu, It*. id.'per an iiStimeSXtfjf*** nmy*l*wljr 4- ,« HOTELS. KARNS HOUSE. Seventeenth Street, CHEYENNE WYOMING. ——HA» BEEN GREATLY ENLARGED and thouroughly refitted In SUPERIOR STYLE. IT 18 TIIB Oldest, Largest AND ONLY First Class Hotel IIJ - Till© CITY. SUPERIOR accommodations for transient or permanent boarders at the most reasonable prices. An Omnibus will convey travel*’.s to and trotn the Railroad depot without extra charier, may iu-ly HUB. MARTHA KARNS. ATLANTIC HOTEL, Fifteenth Street near Ferguson, CHEYENNE, - - WYOMING. A. WALDSCnniDT, Proprietor. Good Day or V7«rk Board nnd Lodging at Moderate Pricss. octl-ly French Restaurant. DVKB, Proprietor. E DD Y STREET, CIIEYETTNE, VSYOMING. This establishment has been thoroughly refitted nnd 1- now r- nly in ucr-»mt ;.> ix;«rlis old patrons and the public in firrt rn • s.yle. Fresh Oysters NgJ/ And all tin luxuries of the season always on hand. Single Meal-, Hoard by the Day or V* ■•to minieruic terms. Tho Bur I- always provided with the best of Liquors and Cigars. Tor n €snoil Meal no to tlio F n ahSlrai ii ;;mt a it' n\ NX. no v 1(5-1 mo ST. MARKS' ACADEMY! CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. Her. F. O. BARSTOW - - Principal. The Second Term of thl* School will commenco on Monday. Nov. 88th, 1870. The Course ofStndles will consist of a Primary, Grammar and High School Department. Primary Coutse.- Leading. Wrlllng, Spelling. ' nnd the Elements of Arithmetic, Geography an«l j Grammar. dram mar Poor**.— Arithmetic Grammar. Geo graphy. (with map drawing) English and Ameri can History, keaiting. etc. | H'jh .**• hofil t.O’ir**.— Uigh.*r Arithmetic.. Algc ! lira, Oonniorv, Physical Geography. Natural Philosophy. Anri -tit nnd Modern History, Kle in. ntfl of 1. it I n and Greek. C»»tnp«*-i:lon and Declamation will he required of nil in the Grammar and High School lA-psri ’“Vw J funk wlll be taughl in all Department* free of extra charge. TERMS. The School Year will consist of Four Terms or Quarters, of eleven weeks each, with a ehort rcccas J at Christmas and Easter. TUITION - ALWAYS 13* AtJVANCB. AS FOLLOWS *. I One tin's at the beginning, and the other half n» ti»e middle of each quarter, for all day Bchol- I ara. Primary course s°» CO per quarter. Grammar it 14) “ llig'a School 13 00 “ rXTUA ITODICS. Languages, Lathi, Gre.-lc. French or Spanish. each . FI 00 Instrumental Music, with use of plant., per quarter 89 B) The rudiments of Drawing "111 bo taught foci to tl’.*i w hole School. Special InairticMon of one hoar each day in lli iiwir..', im lading Mt tmcbrotnallc Pic tures and Pa Hit. tig lit t/,1 aud Water Col ors, per quarter sls 00 * BOAUDINO ScnoLAUS. A limited nutuliot of Pit; Is cun ho nreommo dated with b.»nrd in the family wl'h the Principal, in which eases all s .* h pupil- will be regarded and tr. tied a- members of the family. Careful a; enitnu "ill be paid to the health, cult (ration of manners. p« i ei at hahhs. religious nnd moral traiulngof «il such a» shall bu i-Dirustt-d to the , j cure of the Principal, i Terms of boarding Scholars ns follows: Primary, pir quurter SIOO 00 Grammar. ** Ill) M) Iltgll School, 115 00 Extra Studlvs on tho same term- as for day Sobol nr-. No 1-ourdlnc Fcholor* tnken for less time than one quarter, and tbs Million and hoard for su.b most always be paid In advance. Each Hoarding Scholar Is required to furnish three napkins, three towels, anil a napkin ring; which, togs.her wl h clothing, should be distinct ly marked with the owner's name. * The mn-u'lonof the Prinvpul Is to spare no pains in in iking ihl- i First-C'lti-s School In every department, ami "or.by the support and encour ag« in.mi' of every lover of KUucuiiou iu tho City and Territory. t liev. F. O. IIAIISTOW, Principal, Bt. M irks* Pari.-h School, Cheyenne, W. T. novlTd.w To [Machinists. We have on hand a Large Quantify of Old Type ftal! WHICH IS USED AS BABBITT METAL! Aud will Ito »ol«l In QUANTITIES TO SUIT! AND AT A MUCH LESS CO3T Apply at the Leader Office. BUILDING, ETC. T. W. Rutledge, CARPENTER AND BUILDER! SIXTEENTH STREET, CHEYENNE, - WYOMING. JIIMI'ACTinED Ol' DOORS, BLIHDS AMD SASH. nEPAIRI VIJ OF A 1.1. KIND NEATLY AND QtICKLY DONE. HOLSi MOVING AT MODERATE TRICES. All Order* Promptly Attended to. uov7-Jy MOVING. MOVING. James Fewls, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. MANFFA'Tinr.B OF SASH, AND BLINDS. HOUSE MOViriO A. SPECIALTY. Painting, Graining AND PAPER HANGING. Moving and Repairing Houses, Building nrul Rertttfhg Houses. Painting nnd Glazing, anti Let tering nnd Gralnin" Making oil kinds of Doors, Sftsh. Blinds and Shutters. Making and Repair ing Furniture. A toll supply of patent weal her strips for d.iors and winnows always on hand, and a ptacllcnl hand always ready to apply them. ROOFS! ROOFS! HOOFS!! Tar and all material for Stopping Leaks of fiat i roofs, Anti always ready to upply the same. HT* All work attended to on Short Notice. nov4-ly Toys! Toys! Toys! FOR TIIE MILLION. F. SCIIWEICKEKT Has Just received the largeM nssorfmenl of TOYS ever ini non ed tills side of tho Missouri River. ROCItIIXO HOUSES, TOYS AMD WAX DOLLS, Os »ll kinds In GREAT VARIETY «t Lower Prloca than c\er. COME ATJO 03333. Hardware, Cutlery, i ■ BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND SAILS, WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES, Carpenter*' and itinera' Toot*, S/calcs, licaver Traps, Ac., Ac. Always on hand a largo slock of the colebratcd PATENT BUILDING PAPER, AND Prepared Plastering Board And Cement. Warranted not to Shrink, Break, or be affected by dmnpnoft*. “Quick Sales & Small Profits" IS MT MOTTO. E X> r> Y STREET Between Sixteenth and Serentocnlli Sts., CHEYENNE, WYOMINC. novia-Jm HELMBOLD’S BUCHU. ADDRESS TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED. WHOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE BEEN Prolracted from Hidden Causes, AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT TO RENDER Exintcnco Desirable. If you are suffering or have Buffered, from In voluntary discharges, what effect does It produce upon your general health? Do you feel weak, do kilitated, easily tired? Does u little extra exer tion produce palpitation of the heart? Does your liver, or nrlnnty organs, or your kidneys fro qticntly get 'out of order? Is your urine some times thick, milky, or flocky, or Is it ropy on set tling? Or d»»e* u thick scum rise to the top? Or is a sediment at the bottom nf:or It has stood awhile? Do you have spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Arc your bowels constipated? Do you have spells of fainting, or rushes of blood to the head? Ie your memory impaired? Is your mind constantly dwelling on this subject? Do yon foci dull, listlese, moping, tired of company, of life? Do you wish to be left alone, to gel away from everybody? Dues any little thi g make you start oi jump? Is your sleep broken or restless? Is the lnstre of your eye as brilliant? The bloom on your chock as bright? Do you enjoy yourself In society ns well? Do you pursuo your business with the same energy? Do you feel as much cou fidcnco In yourself? Arc your spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy? If so, do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you restless nights? Your back weak, your knees weak, nnd have but little appetite, nnd yon at tribute this to dyspepsia, or liver complaint? NOW, READER, self-abuse, venereal diseases badly cured, and sexual cxcr-se.-, arc all capable of producing a weakness of the generative organs. The organs of generation, when in perfect health, MAKE TIIE MAN. DID YOU EVER THINK that those bold, defiant, energe«k persevering successful business men, are always those whose generative organs arc In perfect health? You never hear speh men complain of befng melancholy, of nervousness, or palpitation of the heart. They are never afraid they cannot succeed lit business; they don’t become end mid discour aged; they arc always polite and pleasant iu the company of Indies, nnd look you and them right in the face—none of your downcast looks or other meanness abont them. Ido not mean those who keep the organs iufiuted by running to excess. These will not only Ruin Their Constitutions, but also those fbey do business with or for. How many men, from badly cured diseases, from the e(Tecls of ael£nbuNO »nd oxcessos, hove brought about that state of weakness in those organs that lias reduced the general system so much as to In duce almost every other disease—' IDIOCY, LUNACY, PARALYSIS, spinal affections, suicide, and almost every other form of disease which humanity is heir to, ami the real cause of the trouble scarcely ever sus pected', and have doctored for all but the right one. Diseases of theso organs require the uso of a Diuretic. HELIYIBOLDS Fluid Extract to lyj mis I is the great Dltirctle, and Ib ft certain enre for dis 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, aud no matter of how long standing. If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood arc supported from those sources, and the health and happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable remedy. HELMBGLD’S EXTRACT BUGHU, Established upward of Nineteen Years, IS roiETAIIED BY 11. T. HEI.MIJOI.D, Druggist, 694 Broadway, Few York, AND 104 South Tenth St., Phila. Price 91.25 per Bottle, or fl Bottles for 90 50, delivered !<• uiiy address. Sold by all Druggists, everywhere. None nr<* genuine unlenadonc HX» In steel engraved wrapper, ivitli fuc-sluiilcofmy (liciuical Warehouse, aud signed I r. T. lIELMBOLD. •n4-d*wlr GROCERIES. WHIPPLE BROTHERS, Wholesale and Retail >v«*!era in GROCERIES! PROVISIONS & PRODUCE! Are prepared to fill large or small orders for supplies of SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, FLOUR, BACON, HAMS. GRAIN AND VEGETABLES, FISH OF ALL KINDS, FRESH AND DRIED FRUITS, Canned. Goods ! Figs, Spices, go, Maccaronl, Tapioca and Citron lavoring Extracts. BAKING POWDERS ! SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC. We give special attention to tho trade in Fresh Butter & Eggs, And tho best qualities erf CHEESE! All of which we are prepared to offer. In any quantity, iu the beet coudlliou, and At Reduced Priccw ! Store on the south side of Seventeenth street, went of the Post Office. Cheyeuue. feblO-tf W. D. PEASE, COR-. ITTn AND FERGUSON STS., Family Groceries FRFSII VEGETABLES, And a full assortment of CANNED FRUIT PRESERVES JELLIES AND PICKLES I WORCESTERSHIRE AND JOCKEY CL(JB SAUCES! And almost anything in the eating line. Thankful for the liberal amount of pntronnge granted me in the past, I a ope by strict attention to the want- of my frkrndti to continue to receive it iu the future. L. MORRIS, Eierciiani Tailor! CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTIXQS, AC. FINE SUITS MADE TO ORDER EI)I*T BTBEET, CHEYENNE, - IV. T. nuvl-ly BON TON Barber Shop. COINCS, KIDD & CIO., PROPRIETORS. Near flic Corner of Klxteent'i and Kddy MrcetM, Cheyenne, W. T. Elegant, Airy Rooms, with all the Luxurious Appliances ol THE rOYSOUI.VE AUT. Old Frlcndi and Patrons will find us as ever, Ready to Attcud to (heir wants and givo SATISFACTION. COME AND SEE ME. “ S JA IVE nov7-ly . Royal Havana Lottery ! OF OOI3A. $300,000 in Gold Drawn Etejry Seventeen Days. .Prizes ca-hed nnd Information furnished: tho highest rotes tmid fur bon Moons. Spanish Hank Notes and all kinds of Gold and Silver aud Gov ernment Securities. TAYLOR A 00., Bankers No. 16 Wall *. W, T. FIRE-ARMS. FREUND & BROTHER, Mnuufarturera and Importers of all kinds of FIRE-ARMS ! AND AMMUNITION! Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, SPORTING APPARATUS, Os every description. East side of Eddy street, Cheyeuue. Pioneer Gunsmiths OF THE WEST! And sole agents for the Winchester Repealing RIFLES & CARBINES These arms arms are particularly adapted foi defence against Indian A.ttacks! AND FOR HUNTING PTItPOBES. Agents for E. L. Dupont’s and PeNemoura ant Company's Celebrated Sporting and Mining Powder! ALL KINDS OF Fixed & Loose Ammunition CONSTANTLY ON HAND hefaihiug In all its branches, done with Scientific Precision! All goods sold by us are gnnrantced to be aa rep resented. Branch honscs at DENVER, AND LARAMIE CITY, W. TER. feblO-ly CLOTHING, ETC. WE WERE NEVER AS WELL PREPARED AS IMOW TO SHOW TO THE PUBLIC Such an assortment of goods, stylish and desirable CLOTHING AND GENTS’ FURSISniXQ GOODS! In Tact everything <l*a( U needed In Men** Wear AT TIIE U. P. R. R. CLOTHING HOUSE, SIXTEENTH ST. B. & I. HELLMAN. WANTED AGENTS—FOE Oil NEW WORK. WOMAN: By Du. Gbo. 11. NaimieYs. Prico f'J.O'h This bravo, pure book I- the great euccccs of the year, and Is selling at the rate of thousands of copies per month. Among the Intent repor w are: Ml in live days. 118 in one week. J7 in ono day, 378 in three weeks. Ac. Many agents never oruor less than 15J lo S-W at a lime. 5,3 0 copies have been sold in a single county, bend for pamphlet, &c. Address. E. IIATTNAFORD & 00., Publishers, ocll-dGt 158 south Clark Street, Chicago, LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. The Great soothing Remedy. Mrs. Cures colic nnd griping in 1 Price Whitcomb’s-’ the i>owe)s and facilitates V 30 Syrup. fhp'process of leuthlng. ((Tents. Mrs. Subdues convulsions and 1 Price Whitcomb b< overcome* all db-casc* In- V 85 brrup. cident to Inrunts A ehll’n. ) Conte. Mrs. j Cures diarrboa, dysentery i Price Whitcomb s and hummer complaint in > 39 Syrups; children or all ngt*s. | Cents. It 1* Ihe ereat Inrunls’ nnfl Children’s Soothing Hetnedy in all disorder* brought on by Toothing or any other cause. Prepared by the Grafton Mud thlne-Cu., St, Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists and dealers in medicine everywhere. JyflSd&wly LAND GRANT BONDS. ;—;— i—- ■ i '...J, u-i.X OE*SYEN&BRa BANKERS No. 40 South Third street, PHILADELPHIA. union pacific:r.:r. •% Land Grant Bonds! WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE, albeit mar ket price, THF LAND GRANT BONDS or tuk U. P. R. R. COMPANY. TUKT AMOUNT, IK ALL, TO ®10,000,000, Run Twenty Years I « AKD TAT Seven Per Cent. Interest f They are Coupon Bonds of one thousand dw lar* ($1,000) each, and are secured by A FIRST MORTGAGE . OK ABOUT 14,000,000 iAcres of Land Being all the lands which the Union Pacific R. IL Co. now have or shall h«»r**af!cr ac uilro from the United States, except tho lands which are or shall bo included iu tho Railroad and Telegraph Line of said company, or used for the construc tion or operation thereof, for tho track, yards, de pot grounds, buildings, or erections thereof. It will readily bb seen that an average of (75) seventy-five cents iter acre for the lands of the Company, will retire the whole Issue of Land Grant Ronds, thus redtreing the interest liability of the Company to that extent. Tho Company receive their Land Grant Bonds for their face and accrued Interest, In payment of all lands sold bv them. The Union Pacific Railroad. Company com menced the sale of their land July 88th, 1860. The land now offered for sale ranges from $2.50 to S2O Per Acre, AKD KMB HACKS SOME OF TUB Very Best Farming Land! TUB COMPANY BAB. ALREADY TUB SALKS AMOUNT TO .... 30,000 Acres Monthly ! AND MOSTLY TO ACTUAL SETTLERS, As tho entire revenue from the sales of the amU of the Oummiu i« pledged to the redemp tion and oaudsllation of the Land Grant Bond* us tho Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Lana Grant Bonds will necessarily become scarce ana high In price, as the lands »»t lolu, are Ihs pro cokls arc Invoaicu by the Trustees of the Rond, holders tn the Land Grant Conds. The Land Grant Bonds of the Hannibal & St. Joseph H. R., arc 106 bid and none offered: there is no reason why these bonds htay not role that high at some future tluio. FW further particular* address D£#YBN&BaO. Dsalsrs In Government Securities. Philadelphia