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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
Unsrpired Term. XL let Congress —Hon. S. F.
Nuckolls.
Forty-Second CongrtM— Hon. W. T. Jones.
TcrrltorftMl Officer*.
Governor— Jno. A. Campbell.
Stereiary— Herman Glnfckc.
Marshal —Church llowo.
IHstrict.-AUnruey— Jo*<q>U M. Carey.
Surreal* General- 4 *. RotftK'
United Stale* Collector— Thomas Harlan.
United State* Assessor— E. P. Snow. »
United States Commissioner —W. A. Campbell.
Territorial Auditor —J. 11. Ilayford.
9rrritoHal Treasffker— J. W. Duqta-llan.
Jftmfro ofjfyftktfom] l\mi— J|. H. Howo;Tj 11,
r . W. Ti Jojies. • ; j
Clerk of Isi Judicial District— J. W. Hutchinson.
County .1 lllcera.
Sheriff—T. Jeff Carr.
Clerk and Recorder —L. Kubis.
Treasurer— W. L. Kuykendall.
Probate Judge —W. L. Kuykendall.
County Attorney— l. W. Cook.
Assessor— John T.“Clinflla.
Cottier— if. f*. He dell.
School Superintendent —W. J. Stanton.
County Surveyor —L. I*. Iledell.
Commissioners -J. 11. Nichols, M. E. Post, J.
Dyer.
City Oovmrnincni.-
•Meetings of the Town Trustees, Thursday even
ing in each week, at the City Hall.
President of Hoard —J. 11. Martin.
Marshal- S. M. Prcshaw.
City Clerk— F. E. Addoms.
City Attorney—l. W. Cook.
Treasurer— C. I). Sherman.
City Assessor —F. E. Addoms.
Hoard of Trustees—A. 11. Martin: O. W. forty; 11.
Ellis: B. L. ©ijG: - K - l '- Joli.\|*6n f _
Justices of the Peace— C. F. Alter, Win, Howlands.
Cliu rclica.
St. Mark's church. Episcopal. Services, from
April Ist to iiojiteiut>er Ist, at 11 n. in., and at 8 p.
m. Front September Ist to April Ist, nt 11 a. m.
and P- *»>• Rev. F. O. Barstnw, minister.
Congregational, Rev. J. 1). Davis, Pastor, church
corner Nineteenth and Hill streets. Prcnchitn;
aervlr** atery S%libath nt 11 *,\. and t” r. M.;
SsMfoth School and Bible Class after indruing
•ervice; Social Prayer Meeting Wedncseay even
log. at 7 o'clock. Seats free.
Roman Catliolle, Revs. P. J. Erlach, Pastor.
*tin{ch ok Q'Neil strvet»atw»vuTwentieth,
’ Presbyterian church, corner Ferguson ' and
Klglitcenth streets. Rev. W. («. Kephart, pastor.
Preaching every Babhnth nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath school at 10 a. uu Seats nil free, aiiu ev
erybody welcomed.
XelbodUt Episcopal, Rev. O. 11. Adams, pas
tor. Preaching every Snbb&th evening at 7«i
o'clock, at the new church. Eighteenth street.
Ilabhath school and Bible clnss at 3'ip. in. Week
' pray or niootlng Thursday ev«y»ll»g.
Hl&sonlr,
Wyoming R. A. Chapter, U. D., meets at Hall
•« the first and third Tuesday evenings^in each
month. *l 8 o'clock
A* A. Jfa'tcr. Su'y. O', ft. Foglesong. 11. P.
Cbeyenua l,odj;c, No. lfi, me :ts first and third
*” **arh month, at Masonic Hall.
Odd
Cheyenne Lodge, No. 1. I. O. O. F., meets every
Mpnday evening at Ibid FcllonV Unll.
g—B————EM
MISCELLANEOUS.
E QUIT ABLE
Life Assurance Society",
OF TIIE UNITED STATES.
Him assured, new business (luring the year 18(19,
$51,021,141.00.
Being qvtr.TJtirt%eii Million Dollars greater than
the aiew bus toe.-* of auy''other Life In >li ran ct com
paay fa the world.
AnNots,
Cumli Income,
#7,^00,000.
\*' f J. 11. NICIIOLB, Agent, Cheyenne. ongl3lf
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
,OF IHJfcW YORIC.
AMHfcTS, OVER 835,000,000. CASH.
Fartflahea Ufa Jnsnrnnco. combining the advan
tages offered by. ALL OTHER COMPANIES, with
UNKQUALED FINANCIAL SECURITY.
E. P. SXOW, State Agent,
marlO-ly Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory.
Titiy Me anl i'll doTou Good.
ROOT AND PLANT.
JR By cleansing the blood and arousing the Id
liver ttht! secretive ofgaiis to'a healthy nc- At
Btloii, these Pills cure many complaints U
whicli It would not be supposed they could
E rcych, such as Headache, Pain in the side. M
■ Numbness of the hands and fcct.Dullncs*
t? CMIIYueM,. Rltvtmiatisin, Neuralgia, i/oss M
dPdWietJto, iMHibns -Dysdnterv, KHlnoy 'k
R affections' (Constipation.' Debility Fovors [J
fl of all kinds. Dyspepsia, Jaundice, and ,
other kiudred complaints arising from alow state
of the body or obstnicijons of ita.fiijicllonH.Being
Dec ftom«lmimir.f anti dilii<V'pNstrti* < they can be
taken at all limes and under all circumstances
without regard to diet or business. Price *25 cents
a box. Prepared by the Graflou Medicine C0.,8t.
liotria, Mo. Sold by druggists and dealers iu med
icine everywhere. JySOd&wly
THE DAILY EVENING LEADER
* IsamAl CilHi cxccßi and containin''
a large amount of Interesting news, general aiur
local, and circulating widely throughout Wyo
ming and the udjacuut sections of the Rocky
Mountain regloua, rvnOtti£ ft the
Best : Medium
IN TIIK COUNTRY.
Offloo west side or Ferguson street, Cheyenne,
Wyoming.
A jrrw ,
ROGERS & CO.,
BANKERS,
[SuocKMßona to e iiiios. & co.]
; :u .i ‘ I'lu'ii.unu. W)'uuilui;.
BaLOKAHOB, COIN
.AND GOLD DUST
( [CI > •' (V)Lt).
XlwUp* «SMt s»i »!! Vpjjpf fl* l-romi’l ro
tunis. miineat paid on time rinjtiihlla. Drafts an
all the priiiclpai tlttoa of Europe, sold at the
HtrtMtMl.fr-' ‘ "x
ChTßtitixe Sen
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VOL. IV.
| DAILY EVENING LEADER
! Official Paper or the (/lilted State*.
I’UBMSIIkt) Y>aii.y', kxckpt Vcsiiay, bt
3\T. A.. BAKER,
Editor and Proprietor.
THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATN
liyJ. A. UamjdteJL {>'o*tmpr of Wyoming.
To tick Pnoi'i.K ok AVyominu
■Tlio Prcaidcnt of the uiiitml Htutofi having
(lesignntcd Tliursdny tin- I’llli dn.v of Novem
ber, ns a day •-f thanksgivin« aiid |.r yer, I
rccotnmeml flint tile people of the Territory
of Wyoming observe tint• day, in nerordnins?
with the usualcuslom,hy abstaining from all
worldy pursuits, and rendering thanks to al
mighty (Sod for the many blessings vouch
safed to us individually ami as n people, dur
ing the past year.
In testimony whore f I lmvo hereunto set
I my baud, and caused the great seal of (lie
i Territory to be atlixcd. •
Done at tlm city of Cheyenne, f . .. \
i this sth day of November, In tin* '< • (
! yrnrufour Isird, one thousand
! eiglil hundred and M'venty and of the Inde
])endence of the United States, the ninety
llfth. . .1. A. CAMPHELL.
Hy t lie Governor;
llkk.max OlafckK,See*y of the Territory.
—War rumors thicken. The pros
pect grows more certain that Russia
is determined to sieze upon the pres
ent attitude of affairs in ICurope as
her opportunity for aggrandisement
of power. The free use of the Itlaek
sen for naval and commercial purpo
ses, unrestricted by treaty provis
ions, made when she was unable to
command that use, is the ground of
war. It lias ever been a special char
acteristic marking the reigns of Rus
sian Kmperors, to covet additional
territory. The adaricc of tills em
pire, already the largest on the globe,
received a check in the “eastern
war,” which begnn in 18.>'!, in resist
ance by France, Knghind, (Sardinia
and Turkey, to demands made by
Russia upon the latter power
for certain gnarantees, which
amounted to virtual abdicniion
of sovereign rights hy the Porte.
The equilibrium 6f political power in
flu rope was sought to be preserved
hy this alliance against Russia’s de
signs. Similar reasons will operate
now, and the question jf war- will
simply lie governed by the jiersistenec
of Russia in her demands for the ab
rogation of portions of the Paris
treaty of ’sd, which restrict her privi
leges on me r.ii-oiic
—Tlip Ji’eirs man has “lmilded him
st-lf an liouse.” The foundation stone
thereof is in liis hat. It is a bric-k.
Tiie su;»erstrueture is erected benentli
that'brick, and is of vvckml, elaborately
curved. This aa-omits for his jeering
allusions in the last number of flint
paper, in regard to projected build
ings, contemplated by several of our
business men. Our merchants must
feel highly gmttftyd A*) nt tiie able
manner in \?fticfrlhe works for
tiie dis]Mißigcment of improvement
in this city. I‘rohahly if there were
to Ik> verj- few-brick stoms erected
j licre tiie opportunities would be great-
for insurance agents to “divide
tip” on fictitious losses. The Seven
teenth street Smut mill is invited to
give us several more articles, ridiculing
Uheycnile improvements. There is
one thing our business men are pretty
well convinced of,—Hint the JVeirs
slioct is not one of those improve
ments.
—The population of New Y'ork
State is 4,:170,84G. Can’t tiie Umpire
State send tiie odd .‘170,846 out to Wy
oming nud help tlio development of
the west that much ? It would lie so
nice, you know, for that State to
count.its people as an' ttven four mill
ions. Send out the odd fraction at
once, and we Will try our best to'
give tljem all an office, womon hud
all. Wyoming is tiie jinnidisc of
office holders, and offers superior in
ducements to thdsc in search of a fre
quent cljange of air.
—We are in receipt of four women’s
suffrage journals as exchanges. Tho
last is M r opd/nili d- Ct«Jtin'» H'irkty,
puijlisliud by tlio liuly brokers of that
lrnnie, lii Xo\v York City. Its edito
riais'arc"(marked by the same rtide,
Utit’feflbed' style, as characterizes the
wliolc array of journals of thnt class.
It lias an.article treating of “ women’s
legs” In a bold add unblushing man
ner, tliat is as revolting to a true lady,
as it is disgusting to men of sense.
Alcohol is a deceiver. It promises
happiness, produces misory; prom
ises honor, produces degradation;
promises to promoto friendship,
causes bitter discord, nnd man to
hate his best friends; promises to
givo strength, robs a man of vigor,
physical and mental; professes to be
a good creature of God, is an agent
of Bntnn.
a'. i ■ n m
Ten in .masonry is the number of
;>erfeettoih - *
CHEYENNE, WYOMING, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1870.
A Gorman professor says that if
any portion of a vegetable' lie boiled
in pure distilled or rain water, and
another in water in which salt lias
been added, a decided difference is
perceptible in the tenderness of the
two. Vegetables boiled in pure water
are vastly inferior in flavor. This in
feriority may go so fur, in the case of
onions, that they are almost entirely
destitute of either taste or odor;
though when conked in salt water, in
addition to tiie pleasant salt taste,
there is a peculiar sweetness and a
strong iminiii. They also contain
more soluble matter than when
cooked in pure water. Water which
contains one-twentieth of its weight
ill salt is far better for rooking vege
tables than pure water, because tiie
silt hinders tiie solution and evapo
ration of tiie soluble and flavoring
principles of vegetables.
“How dismal you look,” said a
bucket to his companion, as they
were going to tlie we!'. “ And !” re
plied theother, “I was reflecting upon
the uselessness of our being well tilled;
for let us go away ever so full, we al
ways mine hack empty.” “Pear
me! how strange to look nt it in that
way,” said the bucket; now, I enjoy
the thought that, however empty we
come, we always go away full. < inly
look at it in that light, and you will
be ns cheerful as I am.”
MARKETS.
EMPIRE MEAT MARKET!
.A,. i3A.ii:;R,
lValcr In
Fresh & Salt Meats
VENISON, FISII,
VEGETABLES & WILD GAME.
Fl'/ItGI NON STIUiIiT,
A few doors south of the Loader Office
nevT-lm
THE CHEYENNE MARKET!
1
Fred Lsndau,
7
Dealer in
FRESH A>’D SALT
MEATS, VENISON,
Vegetables & Wild Game.
Frmli Flah Received Dally.
Seventeenth Street, bet. Eddy and Fer
guson.
nu\3-ly
4sßook for the Million.
llADDllftr I A prl'fUe CoAifacYer'Wlhe
IvlAnillAUC j Mnrrn-d. ur llioi*e ntmui to
|%|||f|g J nuuTv. on thephyxiolagiral
QUIVCt J inyi*feriei« nud rcvrlnlioin* or
the *cxuiG *y»tcm. with the latent dixcoverio* in
produriliu; and prevculioz offspring,
the coiiipl* xion. Ac. Till** It* nil interestin': work
; of two hundred nud tweuty-four page*, with uu
; meronn engraving)*, ftid coiiluliir valuable infor
mation for tho>e wno are married or contemplate
j niarrintre : at ill it U a l»ook Hint out;lit to lie under
; lock and key. aud uoC )nUI about the
limiMH Seat to any onoffroe ofjMMtihfG/ for Klftv
: Cents. Airorra* I)?*1ltfit» DhiH.mfSrr, No. li.
' N.Klghtli St„ 8t I.ouU. Mo.
Notlro lo Ike Affile ted and (Tnfortu*
liate.—Before noplyiuu to lira Qunrku
who advertise in puldlc pniterp. or nning any
({uack Remedies. |MTii»e Dr. linttr>* work, no inaf
ter- what your dircaio- U, or how deplorablr your
condition.
Dr. Bull* can bo oom»u)Icc!. periomally or hy
mail, on th« <ll»ea«e» uicutioned in hi* work",
office. No. 13 N. Hightli ntreet, i>ot. Market and
C'hctfnut, St. Ixmia, Mo.
L. MURRIN & CO.,
| Wia»Li:.*LE OEILKOa IX
I
Forolgo A. Domestic
LIQUORS!
r -r : •
1 WINI2S,
i Tobacco & Cigars.
I f7TIi STREET,
*• . ! S•. ; -
Between Eddy and Ferguson,
fehW-tf
I ■
THE
FINKLF & 'LYON
SEWING MACHINE
WITH
| DIOP-fEED, NEW TAKE-UP, UR DKXIEB, k
| In now offered to Agcale on more liberal termn.
AI»o, Second-hand Machine* taken in exchange,
oMhir new Improvements applied. Kvery Mu-
WARRANTED FIRST CLASS,
fair trial, lie onn return It, and money refunded,■
1 N. B. Wanted Tr«val|wk Atfdota’tii v|*|l
| ton’ll. d|ntr|lMlt|||K oirciHnrK, explaining the tin
| provemeiit#, etc., etc., who call make $tU) per
I UPiutll. Acldreio*,
htoN»a NitrrvJAL «. m. ro.,
j Uplop Snnrtre, W JvflPt Pcventocnth Bt.. York.
novlO dfuu
BY TELEGRAPH
ItErOKTKD FOB THE EVENING LKAIIEH. j
NIGHT REPORT.
THE WAR.
From Army oF liie I.olrc.
Movem’nts of Prussian Troops
Tin- Dlacli Sou Question.
Opinions on tho Necessity of War
dojii htk: nrn.uui^dj.
.
Candidates lor MUMon.
Tiie Wile of s Suicides.
:
Torus, Xov. ifl—Miilnight.—Tiie
following nflU-ial aiilionneenieiit lias
I cea made public; The Prussians
at <'linttillnii were .surprised hy a
party of Oarihuldiallq underUieeioili,
ami all werekillod or taken prisoners.
Ixixdon, Xov.Lll,—A dispatch from
Tours reports that the Duke of Meck
lenburg and tien. Tonn are falling
back, while (lie French are advancing
and threaten to outflank them. It is
thought that (ten. Montnffc! will !
mari hto the Loire. Tho ground in
the departments of tiie time, Eure i
and .Sartlie is covered with deep
snow. A commission of inquiry Is
to try Marshal Razaiue. The Moni
tcur declares that tiie deliverance of
the country from invasion must pre
cede any election for the general as
sembly. The anti-republican press
denounce this. -
Xkw YoUk, Nov. 20.—A special to
the Tribune, la-iiring date nt the
Prussian headquarters on the lstli,
stales: Yesterday, Gen. Moiiteuffei
was at Rliones, where the Ist and
Bth army corps were inarching by
Soissons towards Amiens with in
structions to direct Ids course south
westwnrd in ease of a heavy attack
hy the army of the Isiire. None of
his troojis shared in the fight nt
dines, reinfon-ed by Koratry, to ;
turn tiie flank of the sth corps at '
N’ersailies and operate oil the weak
point of tiie German lines, between
St. Germain and Argentcuil, where a
sortie from Mont Vnlerine was to sup
port his attack. He had marched
north from (’bateau Dan, of the line,
toChartorcsnnd Chateau Neuf, expect
ing thus to keep far enough west to
avoid being interrupted. He was,
however, met and baffled by tiie
Duke of Mecklenburg and driven
back to Chateau Neuf, and beyond.
The first Rnvnrinn corps, Gen. Tonn
commanding, wcrc'nrrcstcdntEtaniiies
in their march on Orleans hud forced
toward Ablis, but as the French fell
back southwestward, tiie Bavarians
are expected to continue their south
ward movement
London-, Nov. 20.—Advices from
Constantinople show that the Porte is
(ireparing to make a most energetic
resistance to Russian pretensions.
Lox nox, Nov. iO.—An article of the
treaty of’s6 is a barrier to war, es
pecially when considered in connect
ion with the protocol of April 20d, of
the same year. This article, as ex
plained by the protocol, requires tiie
reference of questions which may
arise, to a friendly power preliminary
to any act of hostility. It will lie no
ticed no overt act lias transpired.
A declaration, however hostile it may
be In tone, docs not necessarily con
stitute a breach of treaty. The overt
act is still wuntiug.
Nkw York, Nov. 20.—A Tribune
special, bearing date at Brussels, Nov.
20th, says: A St. Petersburg cor
respondent in the Independence
Relgc announces tlint an imposing
Russian iron-clad fleet will soon ap
pear in tiie Dardenellos. The vessels
will be bought in the United Htates
with the money due for northern pos
sessions.
A special dispatch to the World,
dated Loudon, Nov. 20, states that
tiie Observer says that negotiations
will tie reopened for an armistice, on
a basis promising success.
A World eorres|Kmdeiit interviewed
a member of the British government,
who said it is now certain that no
combination of powers will bo formed
against Russia. Five governments
besides Russia signed tho treaty
of 1836, and all are equally agreed
nt Russia’s violation thereof, but
will not even unite in a collective
note of remonstrance. France is
powerless; Prussia connives with
lUissip; Italy declares that she
will not join any diplomatic move-
ment against Russia, having gained
the ohji-ctM of her former nilimiee
with France ami England, and there
remains Austria; she will address n
note t to. Russia, but not to threaten
War. In 1867, Count Roust himself
proposed the abolition of the provi
sions of tiie treaty restricting sov
ereignty in tli<‘ Black Sea. He is now
quite willing, and even anxious to
make a still higher hid for the friend
ship of Russia. England will lie left
alone should she insist on refusing to
Join tiie congress for the decision of
Russia’s claim. She will not insist ;
tiie congress will meet, and Russia
will gain tier point. Granville’s let
ter does not mean war. England lias
no wish for a strugglelierself. Turkey
is on the one side, nud Russia, Prus
sia and the United States are on the
other. Tile remaining powers are
no more than mere spectators. Bis
marck 'has a secret treaty with Rus
sia.
Wash i notox, Xov. 20.—The names
of seven gentlemen for the mission to
England have been presented to
President Grant hy their respective
friends. He lias not made up his
mind on the subject.
Chicaco, Nov. 20.—0 n Friday
last, tiie wife of T. M. Avery, a prom
inent and wealthy resident of tills
city, left her lionif under circum
stances which induced the belief of
her insanity, and all efforts to discov
er her whereabouts were unavailing,
until to-duy, when a dispatch was
received from Niagara Falls, saying
that n woman jumped into the falls
this morning, leavings letter address
ed to Mr. Avery.
00 WATCH! 83 WATCH!
Q(1 Tin: cheat KrmntMx
ECEEKA ALL JIIMM GOLD HATCH CO.
H4TR MVy.tUTfti
J. F‘ Williams& Co., Jewelers 1
501 llroa<hv»y, .lew York,
SOLE AOEXS FOR TIIE U. 8.
And have nnlitori/cd them lo Bell Ihcir fTreat ,
Kuiikk a Aluminum CJold Watcher for Three Dot- *
lure, and to warrant each mid every one to keen 1
correct time for one year. Tliii* Watch we ounnui
tec to fie the best nud rhenpeat lime -keeper that
I* now in iirc in nnv purr of The .
works are iti double ciircr, Ladies' and Lieut s' j
sires, and are bett til Unity chased. The cases are
made of the fnclul now eu widely known iu Kii- .
of (o.i.u, which it always retain.*: it will Mniid [
the test of tho strongest acids; no one can tell it
from (hdd only hy weight, the Aluminum (Jold
being one fourth lighter. The works are all J
made hy machinery.the same as the wet! known
American Watch, We pack the Watch safely in
a small box anil send il by mail to any part of j
the United State* on receipt of (3.50: fifty cent* j
for parking and pontage. A key is sent free with ;
each Watch. Money should bo sunt by Post- '
Otfioe Money order or in a Registered Letter. Ad- ;
dross ail orders and communications lo
J. F. WILLIAMS 4L CO.. J ewclera.,
561 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
. i:q\ l't n tl
ST. MARKS’ ACADEMY!
CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY.
Kov. F.O. DAK.STOW - - Principal.
The Sceotfd Term of tlii•* Scliiml will commence
ou Monday. Nov. 38tli, 187 U.
The Course of Studies will consist of a Priinarv,
(•rammar and High School Depari ment.
Primary Course.— Reading, Writing. Spelling,
nud the Elements of Arithmetic, Geogrnphv and
Grammar.
drammar Course.- -Ariilimctic Grammar, Geo
irraphv. (with mn|i drawing) English and Ameri
can History. Rending, etc.
High School Coarse. Higher Arithmetic, Alsre
hra, Geom'ery, Phyalcal Geigraphv. Natural
I liilosopliv. Ancient and Modern History, Ele
ment 8 of Latin and (.'rock.
Composition and Declamation will he required
of all in the Grammar and High School Depart
ments. ,
Cored Music will 1»e taught in all Departments'’
free of uxtru charge.
TERMS.
Tiie School Year will consist of Four Terms or
Quarters, of eleven weeks each, with u short recess
at Chrisinin.s and Easter.
TUITION—ALWAYS IN ADTAKUR, as FOLLOWS :
One-half at the beginning, and Hie other half
at the middle of each quarter, for ail day Schol
ars.
Primary course CO per quarter.
Grammar ..Kuo
High .School 13 OJ
EXTRA HTUDIir*.
Languages. Latin, Greck.fi'rcnrh nr Spanish.
each fl 00
Instrumental Music, uiili use of piano, per
quarter -A tW
The rudiment* of Drawing will be taught ruee
lo the whole School.
Sped n I instruction of one hour each dav in
Drawing, including Monochromatic Pic
tures and Painting in Oil and Water Col
ons quarter. sis ou
BOAIiniNO ScilOl.Alls.
A limited number of Pupils can be nccotmno
dited with board in I lie family with tin* Principal,
in which case* all such pupils will he regarded
and treated as member* of ih.! family. Careful
a! cullou will he paid to tile heulih. cultivation of
manners, personul liahits. religious and moral
training of nil such us shall be entrusted to the
care of the Principal.
Terms of boarding Scholars as follows;
Primary, per quarter fU<K) I’d
Grammar, *• lit) ou
High School,** 115 UU
Extra Studies on the same terms as Tur dav
Scholars.
No Hoarding Scholars taken for K*ss time than
one quarter, and the tuition and hoard for su.li
must always he pnld ill advance.
Each Boarding Scholar is rcuiiircd to furnish
three napkins, three towels, and a napkin ring;
which, together with clothing, dmuld lie distinct
ly marked with the owner's name.
The intention of the Principal is to spare no
I pains iu making tldau First-Class School iu every
department, nnd worthy the support and encour
agement of every lover or Education iu the City
i nnd Territory.
Hex*. F. O. HA It STOW. Principal,
Si. Marks' Parish School, Cheyenne, W. T.
! novl7-d4w
C. E. THOMPSON,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
; Seven toon tii street, next door to the Metropolitan
Billiard Well.
UNDERSTANDS thoroughly the art of filtiug
any feet, deformed or otherwise, according lo
i snatoniYcnl principle*. None hm the best mnfer
; Irtln hro ueen aup satisfaction guaranteed. Give
1 him a c«U. »T ly
NO. 55.
The Verjf Latest.
• *
XO O X It 13 I* O It r V .
Inlorestins Wnoliiiijjfon \nv».
Geo. Francis T- heard from.
He rots iua French Hastile.
WXSIIIXCTOX, Xov. 20.
muo .loim ('cwiia, who was lx-atou iu
11 jo fate ('lcctiou hy Ronjumiii 'l*. .My
ei-s, m-oiocnit, in the HKii
sional District hen', aiiiioum--s ins
ilcteruiiiiotioii to c mtest Myers’ sent
iu the I2d Congress. The Democratic
majority was only fillte i. '\sia
elainis that lie can prove that more
than four hundred illegal votes were
cast for Myers hy workmen tempora
rily employed on the Mef'onhcllsvilic
! «Sr Pittsburgh Railroad, now building
through Radford nnd Somerset coun
ties.
A cable di-pah li says that George
Francis 'Brain la s been a,nin rrr st d
hy the agents of the prov sionul gov
ernment, and is now in jail at Lyons.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ILICENSED BY l’. S. AUTHORITY.]
L. X). Sine’s
Gift Enterprises!
TJIF ONLY UKLTAIiLK
Gift DistriLutions in tlio Country!
145th Regular Monthly
: GIFTDLSTItIIUTIOX
To he Drawn Thursday, Dee. 3. 1870.
- ? ©oo ' vor,h i..°;,r™f^."’ be
fiijiilal Prize 85,000 iu CrccuLgks!
i Agents wanted to sell Tlek.ds, to whom Libvrnl
Premiums will-be paid.
Single Tickets. $1; G Tlckota, $.»; 25
Ticket*, S2O.
A circular containing full list of prizes, mnu
nc of drawing. Ac., sent to any one ordering it.
All letter* iu list hi* addressed
1.. t). SISK. r.(is SO. elm-lnnoil. o. I
Wlhf (-.-li-l.riilctl IIOSII-: Sill-TTI.H SKWtNO ’
MACHINE. Hits the under-feed . makes the .
•• lock-stitch " tnlHte on boili sides.) nud is j
i fully liemseil. The Ir*sl nnd cheapest faniliV Sew
ing Machine in the market. Address. JuIiNSON,
M’LARK a CO.. Boston. Mass., Htibtmrgh. Pa.. 1
j Chicago. 111., or St. Louis. Mo.
To the Newspaper Press.
Tho Chicago Newsi'afkii I niox. owned nnd i
j managed by Crainer. Aikms A Cramer. Milwhii- i
( kee, anti Rounds ,t K-iii'*. Cliiengo. are
J pared to fnri.isli Outside and Inside printed 1
1 paper, in all sizes. New type, fine paiwr. Ad
dress, Chicago Newspaper Union. Chicago. IP.
Messrs. Cramer. Athens Cramer, of Milwar
kee, continue it* furnish Out sides and Insides to
newapnp Ti*. New lyp •. fine p iper, and no oh- 1
jecliounlile advertisements horcafier received i;:
either list. Address.
Cramer. Aiken* S: Cramer. Milwaukee, Wii. |
A iv: E .; C^AM^r>C;L!SR.
.! Til K' ■ 1:1 MT-T I\ V KSTInV . A(. !■’.
llt affords to the poyr and ;lie rich alike the tlr.-t
j and only relief ever offered from Ihe Tedious. !
' Troublesome. Juicc-Evaporai lug. and Dyspep.-i.t- .
! piodncing Broilers of the past, and from \leni '
(Hiking Abomination* of nil Degrees. Requires !
no Preparation of Fin*: no Coke or Charcoal: no
Poiindiug of Steak: Renders Tough .Meat Tender
! by its Action: docs awuv with nil Smoke and
Smell of Grease: Broils Equal y Well over Coal .
or Wood; answers for all si wd siove or Range
Openings. We guarantee sn'isfuetlou. nnd to
! any not satisfied, afiern fair trial, the mouev will
be'refunded, with charges both ways. Retail |
Price. filH
! American Broiler Manufacturing Ca., ()tiir»*«
' Ui Broad St.. New York, nnd lty.» Race Hi.. Cine n
nail: Frank Si urges ,V Co.. Chicago; Clarence
Shepard »V Co.. Milwaukee: Cheever, Bure hard A; *
Co.. St. l.ouis; Wholesale Agents.
AUCHDKICON A HI SMILLIS
Kit Pickles
Onr Patent Vltcrotm I.lnctl Kit** makes a
nu ll packa/e fur nil limii'i'kecpurH mid cnn he
. shipped to iiny purl of the lulled Stater* without
I leaKage. mid nre f;»r-l superceding nil nllieri* for
; family uw. Spiced nml Preserved In Trussing**
celebrated WMie Wine Vinegar.
Arclidcaron A HtioM'lh (Tilrasfo. ’
1 Sold hv all Wholesale and Ketail (ir.wert*.
KOKTinVESTEBX
HorseWailCompany.
EBTABI.IBUKD IN IKO2.
Manufacturers of Patent H \MMKRKD IIORSK
NAILS, from *• IVn/.oii" Iron. They are nuet|unl- , *
ed In (i utility and style. mid are the " STAND-
I lore** Nall with all the leading house* in
the trad*’. Otliee. fiH, W. Van Mureu st. Factory
.10 to OS West Van liurcu St., corner of Cliuton,
CHICAGO.
! A. >V. KINCJSLAND, Secretary.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.,
Tbe Cireat HuolliiiiK Kenifdj . ,
j Mr*. ( Cures colic and griping in } l’rlco i
W.lillcuinb’s-t the howeli* aud facilitate* *
Svrtlp. f the process of teething. | Ceuta.
Mo*. i Subdues convulsion* and i J
Whitcomb'*-' overcomesall diseases In- r . '
' Svrup. f cidcnt to Infants & clill'n. 1 Y’onts
Mrs. j Cures diarrhea, dysentery j ihien*
i Whitcomb and slimmer jj, (. 03
Syrup*. ( children ol all ager "* j Cento.
Il i» Iho L-rcnl liifniils' noil Vhllilfon’. H<Kjl*>lt>«
Bcinudj in nil •H«‘>nl. r« uuirlil mi liv TiwlhlilK
, lir nny iillht niil.". I’"’ . nt ,.,n,v llu-tlrnfmil Mvii- J
ii« n Co., st. 1 anil a. ' to Hold by drngirUt* and
dealers In very whore. )jr3od*tvriy
WYOMING WEEKLY IEIDER,
Is - lied every Sntwrdajr.
j TERMS :r» A YEAR. *».«) HALF YEAR.
Is one of the
TargcMt I»niH*ra in the Vfif.
COMMERCIAI. JOB PRIMMt;
OF EVKIIT KIND
Neatly, cheaply and expedltlouslv execute < aid*
of every shape nnd kind. Bllf Heads. Letter
and Note Heading*. Blank* of everv kind. Post
er*. etc., printed on short order. Raving a new
lot of Tvjtc and Presses, we can ilo hnnd»oiM«
work at low price*.
i m i» or r r a n r r
Business Men
n— *
the n;;t u.o t:> i.nlm, post |.rr
rxWdiXta!:': c, * i "” r " r|,a
-he KYKMNG PnsT contain- the reports of
r ieli day - hti-iue-- in Hu* Kiistern «l i.-- nn4
,"•/ ~ /ta tM .... I ./»/•. like* iie «i;i( I tine to reaeli I i
r- Her. amt In .In- ■ • -.in 1..- No,
i ork qitiit i'i.iii- that It'- uiigli* hat,* had iu tti«
r.i■ • i *i<• i l.v lakin/ :1m- K\ I N'!\C I*OST The
V:"'M *' flnonelnl (t<-pnrim>-ni* ..r ih.
OM n, . 11 Cl .nsn ■li msc Kill f-r
I "(VC *],('(! hi li..- ;iri ..f (lie;,..
TIM- B.rcnl.vv I - • . f ih- l-(« |-l.;i- r.-c. „il,
1 1u.1.C", -I I. I- nmr I,ir so
' ' ‘ ''"-rirv. Iltl.illiTnl ml |...1i.1c.il
"ua" vv'dlnjt.
• • • « •> Ik • l-.e_.tiNl _*.•! a )• .i|»er SomjsT
;*!• >r i> i • *l.ai i- ini' - -.:n cm .mined a* iu
...r. -r I- l.m.ilv. Tl.cM.Vr
o'- .i .'l " I* " N r ' I” ** *'* n yc.r or
■ rm;"w .i'ki'.V ms-r i,„. i.....„ „„i,-,r.aiir ...
1 (“■ ■«-•»■> lllon.nn.l. ih»l
thure nre onlj .i r.-u jie »plc . ; to Iwra 1 » tuvr
Till'. CELEBRATED FT.GfN WATCHES
A- premium* for Club*. These watche* sre ro
cognl/t;l a- the liest now known to lover* of cor
r <-« i lime. We give willche* worth Trout fjj iu
•H 5) a* preiniiinis to iho-e get jug up rlub.,
Scih! for 11-: ~r prices and sample copji * of Daily
or t\ eekly I*oß I’. Sell! free lo all who uppiv
POST PRINTING t ()..
l"l Madison Street, Chicago.
A GEM’S \V .WTIiD. -• A MO NTH)
l.v the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE
CO., Bo*ton, Ms*s.. or St. Lonis, Mo.
PRUSSING’S CELEBRATED
CIDER XTIETEGAR.
Warranted pare, palatable, ami to- proscrv*
Pickle*. Fir-i preint'.nt* awarded at tin* V. ».
• t i'. 'l.e Illinois Stale Fair, nud Chicago City
i'r I.argi .-t works of the kiud in the luitwd
ties. Established IPII.
CHAS. E PRUSSING,
330 A: 311 Stale S'-rcut, ('hU-ago,
ENTERPRISE
A. B.W. TAYLOR 4 CO.’S JJ
T2Jd Regular Monthly m
GIFT 1
ENTERPRISE
R r pHE ONT.Y RF. LI ABLE GIFT TJ
1 Distribution in the Country.
fjlilMJa Au.SCv+iU.u u - I A-V*J*ii\h.V Jpitnv. TT J
f Capital Priaa, - - - $5,000 £
Rim gold. "D
Single Ticket,, SI; Six Ti.-kcl,,
I Si. Agent* wiuitml to *HI tieketv. -s*
Circulars contaliiiiig full purlieu- f
liirs will In* sunt to any otic oj<k:'‘ *
1 tig i hunt. Aihlrc.sii
Cj .UI.W TAVWRiCO.. Q
O Bits I KM, Cincinnati, o.
rtv \ x \ rM
Cures
con; 11, CBOIP, BKOMlllriM,
( OLDS, ASTHMA. I.\ PLI'KNX.I,
iio \i«si:m;ns and ixciPiKvr con-
SI.BPTION.
nar.it''> Pkctokai. Kt.ixut ha* rnpidlr won
favor of pailfati* who have fried if. and alto fli*
patronage of the medical facility in every srettn*
«*f Hi*’ fonnirv where li hi* >•*•*•»» Introduced. No
remedy for the lun/* an*! throat ever discovered
stand* *o popular as *t once used n« fhl* pn-uara
tl*in. It i.* made under the supervision *»f Mr. T.
11. Barr. one of the beat practical chemist* In tbs
State. The success which line attended the its*
of thl* remedy for the past sixteen year*, wb*r«
known, ha* Induced o* to make It more wblely
known r**rthe ben**lit of the suffering. Let t|»*
attlieied /I ■*• if a fair trial, as we are con lid' ul
that relief and p.-tm.m.-nt care will he the rv .till.
Sold bv all (Irn/’/i'*'* in the eeellow where this
advertisement i* published.
N. It. -Circulars trh iii/ certificates of remark*,
hie cures of the atllicted will be' sent r u
tp*n. or they will tie found uccouipjuvtnv «a«tk
but tit* of the Pectoral Kixir.
The Kliaiii is pleasant to tsky, ami It iratlv
and tfhv/antlv put up in largo bottle:, at ON &
DOLLAR EACH.
. T. H. BABTt & CO.,
I’ItOI’ItIETORS, TE r .IIU II.UTK, LVOUIU.
|. 1 . , i L fe.“.’iV?.Vr U •’ •■■* 1.1.*-.**: I.Otf***
\ \N s< II l.\i STK\ KM IN A UKUK Hl/KL
m ta ciiMi.i, K . nniMiAM * m'i< KI
m.oi'Ki 1 l MAX * kockyvuuD *
HICK J; HKI“f«T' 1 HIMM K * SCJIHIDT;
jkkkn a uitton.
lii st. Lunla by
.lOHAKIISON A CO.: f'CJLMXK BROS..
*\ud throughout the Northwest by all Druggists.
---r:'.
» REWARD.
For any «*a*e of Blind Bleeding,
Itching*. or I Icernted Piles. that
Dt* illit**’* Pile* Itemed) tails to curt*. It I*
prepared expressly to cure lie’ Piles and tjotblnr
else, ityt) Ini* cm yd care *»f over 56» real •’ stand
. Inc. Sold by all Druggist*. LA#*ia*';mf, 144
FIUJIKUX RUTIXOttIt. Pticc.m m. i
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