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YOL. VI.
Cheyenne Daily Leader. [
H. GLAFDKE, - Propiictor. |
U t « ■. I - T 1
Iyer's Hotel & French Restaurant
Billy street. Ohuyonne. Wyoming.
DYRaC, Proprietor.
This establishment has been thoroughly refitted
•tad in now ready to accommodate Its old patron*
and thu public In ttr*t rule style.
€3r TV 3VI X2 f •»
Krcsli Oysters
And all the luxuries of ihu season always on hand
Single Me.xls, Board by the Pay or Week, a
moderate terms.
The Bar U always provided with the best !
fdnuor* md Clear-.
Por k Wood Jlcml. go to the French ll©*-
•a urn ut.
X9T Flrst-Cln** Fornlshod Booms to Rent on
•©asoi.ahle terms. der.lo
Planters’ House,
•n Sixteenth Street, three doon* east ot
Joslin & Park,s Cheyenne,
First Class Board, $2.00 prr day,
THE Traveling Public will And good iic
'•»mtii dntlons here. We solicit it shore i
of your patronage
rpha Par is supplied with Choice Cigars
.1 nu«l tlio coolest of Bummer Prinks at
Eastern Prices.
W. T. MILLER, - PROP’R.
laul7 ly
EUROPEAN RESTAURANT,
(liarlfy. Riis i A. Rustltpltr, Proprietors,
Liaramio Cit3 r , W. T.
In 'filler 9t Pfeiffer's old stand, next door to
tbs Post office.
BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK. !
MEAES AT ALL HOURS OF
THE DAY OR NIGHT.
FRESH OYSTERS
FOR BAI.E. OR
SERVED UP IN EVERY STYLE.
Choice Cigars, but no Liqtiors.|
The table will be supplied with all the
Delicacies of the Season.
nov9-lvdwru
CLARK'S RESTAURANT,
And 33oardin.fi: House,
WNI. CLARK, PROP’R,
Opposite Railroad House,
IiAUAMLE Cll’Y. W. T.
Cltlaebs or Ktrartgers always, recciva the
very bc.*t attention at tills popular. Uo.use, j
and no pains or expense Is spared In supply
lag the table with every luxury lu the mar
let.
by the day or week nt moder
ale prices. nov iOwAmlv
Wyoming House
AND
BILLIARD HALL!
J. T. OEEWS, - PEOPEIBTOE
Vphla entabllshment has been thoroughly *
JL refitted and is now ready to accommodate
•11 its old patrons and' the public generally
VB Aral-class style.
Carbon, Wyoming.
▼lB-d 1*
EAGLE HOUSE,
Isventeeuth at, bet. Eddy and Thohnes.Cht} enr.o
■ i
A. limnONß, Proprietor*
GOOD day or week Board, and Lmlglng,.at very
moderate price*. First class* accommodation*
to transient boarder*. Thu cheapest and beet
•ouao lu town. tub9lodtwly
FORD'S HOTEL
AND
RESTAURANT!
(Late Saiwkxt's Hotel.)
B. L. FORD, PROPRIETOR.
Larimer Street, between O and H,
UNVEIL - - • COLORADO
Moiilm at till llout'M.
Ojßtora, Fish and Game a Specialty.
Tfcls hmi.a I. entirely new and newly furnish
• 4 throughout with the beat and latn«t alyle*.
All aprlng bed*. Large and airy room*.
iepi2T dm.
Theynne Daily Leader.
[AMERICAN HOUSE
.t£ Aortvl AIT.
LEIGHTON & BURKE,
I*i-opi-ie tor m.
-
The above Uou*e lihh recently been opened to
the traveling public; It 1* furnished lu ihc finest
style of any hnuae lu tlio won,
THE FINEST
FURNISHED
• V
ROOMS.
The table supplied with every delicacy of the
season.
Board by Day or Week,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
DAY OR NIGHT
The hotel I? situated on B'xteentli Street, be'
tweeii Kddv ,nd Ferguson. Streets, cn the site
of ihe old Robin* House.
LEIGHTON Sc BVHKK,
apStf Proprietor*.
Mechanics’ House,
B STREET, LARAMIE CITY.
HKM K V BITKI, - Proprietor
Board by the day or week, with or
without Rooms. The Bar In supplied
I with the

Choicest Liquors
AND CIGARS.
And the Table fofnlsh d With nil the Delica
cies of the season. novlO-w&mly
0\ THE ELEOPKAN PLAN.
GREAT WESTERN HOTEL
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Stng-oa Leave Daily for
Mining Camps.
SITUATED in the bn*inc*e part of the City
with accommodations for two hundred guests
Term* liberal.
SMITH to BIGAZE. Proprietors
aeptai-wly
CALIFORNIA RESTAUR ANT,
CfrZ*E2£lT RIVER, W. T„
Mrs. M. BURNS, Proprietress.
Tsl IS house ii newly opened and meal# are
furnished the public in the beet style; at the
shortest notice, at titty cent* per menl. Train*
stop here 30 minutes. The house is next tothe
Uallroad House. nov 30 wAn
EVANSTON HOUSE.
EVANSTQN, Wyo, Tor.
.HcDONALD Sc BOOTH,
j inti wly. Proprietor*.
I
•I The world la full of
Children orying for
l; McLAIN’S
, gT A Candied Castor Oil.
It 1* dellcloa*.effectlTe and
A harmle**. Tlio repulsive
taste and smell the Cas
torOll Is entirely
, Ha cathartic powers are
A MW not Impaired, l’rlco 39 eta.
McLAIN’S
VERMIFUGE BONBONS
are elegant and effective. They resemble Cream
Bonbons kept in confectioners’ shops. Children lov#
them and cry for them. Price 36 cents per box.
. - Ad .ouic o* vjiv' cr aru tljv i. .
inclifil-eod-Jy
FRANK S. WHITNEY
, .■ ■ t'
I Dealer 1»
Eric and Vandyke
COAL.
The Latter is equal to that of Rook
Spring;**
Orders to be left at T. A. Kent’s
( Store, Corner of Ferguson
and Sixteenth streets.
CASE ON DELIVERY AND NO
DEVIATION!
feb7-dsn)
CHEYENNE, WYOMING, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1873.
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. GAHBANATI,
Attorney and cotjjikelor.it-law.
—Office, Whitehead'* block, Eddy street,
Cheyenne, Wyoming. Will practice in all the
court* of the Territory. aeptd-ly
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF Choyonne.
AUTIIOHIZKD CAPITAL, §600,000
PAID UP CAPITAL STOCK,- 475,000
Director*.
A. R. CONVKKUK, P. K. WARREN,
BILAS HEED, J. U. NiCIIOLS,
11. O. lIAY.
Transact* a general Banking business'. Buy
add aull Exchange. Coin and Goi<l Duet. Govern
ment Vouchors, Lnnfi Warrants, etc. Collections
made on all poln's. with prompt return*. Inter
eat paid or Time Deposits.
A. R. CONVERSE, President.
John E. Wild. Cashier aplS-tf
I. O. WHIPPLE,
Successor to Whipple Bros.,
Wholesale and ReUli Dea.er in
GROCERIES ,
PRO VISIONS,
& PRODUCE.
Are prepared te fill large ot small orders fat
.supplies ol
SUGARS, COFFEES.
FLOUR, BACON. HAMS.
GRAIN AND VEGETABLES.
FISH OF ALL KINDS,
PKBBU AND DRIED FRUITb.
CANNED GOODS
Pigs Bplces.Bago, Maccaronl, Taptocgand Citron,
Iriavoring Extracts.
• ,> i vuii’w ■-t
BAKING POWDERS.
SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC.
We give special attention to the trade In
FRESH BUTTER & EGGS
And the best qualities of
> : ‘ rl 5* »• I M if?
CHEESE.
All of which we are prepared to offer. In any
quantity. In the beat condition, and
At Reduced Price.!
Store on the south side of Seventeenth Mreef,
west of the Post Office. Cheyenne. fel.lO-tf
Tl!ffilP.O\ & TAYLOR,
Manufacturers oi
FINE CUSTOM MADE
* ri
Wholesale Dealers 1b
FINE LEATHER,
FRENCH CALFS AND KIPS,
I 1 ‘ / • 1 1 y f’t/
OAX SOLE AND tUIDISGS.
HAVING made arrangement* with Foreign
Manufacturers to import these nrttci*<t. wu
will always have on hand the WEST QUALITIES
and Will guarantee them as such.
All Orders from tlic Country
Promptly Attended to.
Berenft«enth Bt., bet. ffiddy and Ferguson.
Olieyemio, Wyoming;.
HQVI-iJw.IHIJV
BY TELEGRAPH
Ki pout eu Kinuuir roa ni MonniKo lea ns a.
NIGHT REP Oil T
Our Commissioners to
Vienna.
The French Election.
Conservatives Defeated.
Home Intelligence.
Vows from <lk Lava Bed.
Masterly Retreat of the
Modocs.
Tho Military Expediton to
the Yellowstone Country.
The Boat d of Indian Com
missioners iu New York.
j
D. B. BATON ACCEPT* A POSITION
ON VHE tIVIiSGRVICK BOARD. j
CALIFORNIA-
San Francisco, April 28.—There
hns been nothing important received
from the Lava bed since the twen
tieth, when Lieut. Leary's company
was attacked near camp.
Donald McKay reports that the
Modocs encamped at the base of the
mountains near the south end of the
Lava bed; the troops are now divided
into three camps.
Captain Thomas left on the 20th
with cavalry and the Warm Spring
Indians to reconnoitre in the vicin
ity of the Modoc position.
A special courier who arrived this
evening Irom the Lhva bed says,
that the opinion prevails at the
headquarters that the Modocs will
not make another stand, but will
break up in smull parties, and must
bo hunted by detail, making an all
summers work for the cavalry.
Oen. Jefferson C. Davis and staff,
reached Yreka this afternoon and
will proceed immediately to the
front.
ILLINOIS.
Chicago, Apri 1 28.—A Washing
ton special says, an exceedingly
sharp cent rover.-y Is promised bi
tween commissioner Vun Buren and
the Secretary of State over the al-1
leged irregularities growing out of
the Vienna exposition scandal.
The friends of the commissioner ex
plain, thnt vory reason why he
did not file his bond, arose from the
fact, that tho fourteen general ap
pointments of commissioners were
made by the State Department, and
Van Buren did not propose to make
himself responsible for the distribu
tion of a fund amounting to two
hundred thousand dollars. In a let
ter to-day on this subject, Secretary ,
Fish said thnt a detailed report of
the examination now taking place in
Vienna, will be forwarded shortly,
and nt the earliest moment the sus
pension of all who shall not be im
plicated will be removed.
WASHING-TON.
Washington, April 28.—The Wi r
Department hns made extensive
preparations for the protection of the
engineering parties of the Northern
Pacific Railroad. About forty com
panies of all branches of service will
compose the expedition, which starts
June loth, C'ol. Stanley commanding,
the expedition will leave Fort Bice
with sixty days’ subsistence and for
age, and subsequent arrangements
will be made for the further supply
of the coinmnnd either from a depot
to be established on the Yellowstone
or Irom Fort Buford. Over 200 six
mule teams will accompany tho ex
pedition. A .special order also au
thorizes the employment of meclian
| les, and is specific in detail as to the
movements of the expedition, sub-
I siMtonee. and other necessaries for its
comfort amt safety. The ammunition
allowance 1s fixed at 200 rounds per
man of cavalry and infantry. The
expedition will remain in the field
until ..the loth of October, if its servi
ces are required for that length of
time, and may, at the discretion of
the commanding officer, be kept till
tiie first of November, but unt Ip tor.
This expedition lias Ixs-u organic d
by General Terry, commanding Ihe
Department of Dakota, under in
structions of fjenepnl Slierrnjp.
It is thought this afternoon by
leading members of the Supreme
Court Bar, that the motion submitted
to the Court in a conference last Sat
urday ter thealjViWHiioc of a appeal
iu tliti Warmiiulh Lmtislaija case,
j which was reload by Judge Dureil
I in the Court below, will go over until
, the next term.
In the Court of Claims, judgment
was rendered for $180,909 in favor of
A. J. Gill, for 536 tons of hay used
by tlie army in Colorado in 1801 and
65.
Tlte Legislature of the District of
Columbia met and organized to
day.
lowa City, April 28.—At six
o’clock this morning a fire broke
out iu the third story of Market
Hall. Five persons were buried by i
the falling wails ami several got
their,lllmlis broken. The loss of 1
property is estimated at $20,000. In- ■
suritncc, $12,000. The building was
occupied ns family apartments, by
: Mediums Commercial College and
' a market house.
I ' . • It _ tf .1 fj-1
Larayf.ttk, Jnd., April 28.- A
house about two miles from the town
'of Otis, Ind., was burned on Satur
| day, and a man named Klies, aged
; seventy years, Ids daughter and her
five children, were to ilealli.
I GENKVA, April 28. Hinith A Co.’s
I saw-mill and bending and spoke
I Works were burned tills morning.
Loss, $30,000.
i .;. 1 , —r-i ——
Kerne, N. H., April 28.—A riot
occurred here Saturday night. A
number of citizens came to the as
sistance of the police, nnd the rioters
dispersed, four of them being arrest
ed. Subsequently the chief of police
was badly beaten.
FOREIGN.
Paris, April 28.—Barrodet’s elec
tion to Ihe Assembly will probably
j causo a change In the ministry.
Hemusat, the minister of fore gnus
fair-, Leonsay, of Finunee, und Jules
Simon, of Public Instruction, are ex -
pected to res'go. Oisimlr Perrier,
formerly minister of the interior, and
Grevy, late president of the Assem
bly, are talked of as probable mem
bers of the new cabinet.
Count de Bemusat’s electoral com
mittee this afternoon visited ThU rs,
I who ap)ieared discouraged. II is re
ported that when the President first
! received the news of the Count’s dc
' feat he retired to his room and re
-1 malned one hour alone. There are
fears that the Bight in tho Assembly
Will now indst on restricting or oth
erwise modifying universal suffrage.
I The Bonapnrtist journals declare that
' the conservative republic is dead.
A white frost has destroyed the
vines in the neighborhood of Lyons.
The disaster is similar lo that of 1817.
London, April 28.—Madrid dis
patches say that Ee erra nnd Flguer
ola, of the permanent commission,
have been arrested, and search tor
the Other members continues. At a
monster meeting of the Federalists
yi sterday, violent speeches were
made.
Toronto, April 28.—A special
from Fort Garry, Manitoba, states
that reports from the Interior say
there has been fighting between the
American troops and the Blnckfect
Indians, and a large number of the
Americans were killed. It Is feared
that this is the beginning of trouble
in the Blaekfeet country. The In
dians of Fort Sully are those who
have crossed the fine to the number
lof seven or eight thousand, and
threaten the interior settlements and
Manitoba.
Bome, April 28.—The P ipe passed
a very restless night, and the anxie-
I ty in regard to his condition has been
j renewed.
NEW YORK.
New York, Aprii 28.—D. It. Ea
ton lias decided to accept the vacan
cy in the Civil Servleo Bond made by
the resignation of Curtis.
The Odhimlssioners of Indian Af
fairs resumed their sessions ‘bis
morning. B. It. Cowan, assistant
secretary of the Interior Department,
assisted Ihe members of the Commis
sion. Bids for Iran p Tin ion we e r •
! eelved amounting to twenty-pvo in
all. The bidders were chietly from
St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburg and
Cbcjenne. The quantity* 1 to be
trim sported amounts to Iwenly-tlve
million pounds.
v <s cimnr all kinds i.-k
Uussuu't?!* Carr]^
' ,J. W. KISGM >N,
• . . !
Laic Associate Justice
of ihc
Supreme Court,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE AT
•! LARAMIE CITY, Wyo. Teb.
upra-if
FIRE ARMS.
1
Runingtoa's Crlcliratrd Brenh Loading,
i Nporllny: and limitingKiflcn,
• - •
, Sing]o-l)am*l Breach*Umling Shot Guas,
! SltuUc-bnrnT Muwilc-loadlng Bnor Onus. Re*
I voiviug nnd lU'pcnttiiK Pistol*, • Vest Pocko
Pistols, ftluglo Hint Dutthlu-Hiirrol f
(Itrbi ch-luudfiig.) Klflo CiutUH, Gtih Hartals, tiuu
.Mournings, <Stc. ’
| Th- SEND FOR IUtUSTRATKn CIROVLAk.
I 4J- vvt ’»* *'* oni N'*%V
ibr mid. ie
of M r* *»-
At
tuarS d in Y Y.
AGLNTS WANTED KUU THE
Greal Industries
3 Ob' ’HE I'NiTeD STATES.
• l rin i’.oks ,’.nii 5'W *N'.ii»*tinoa. r. r tfuijc
XMIU.ISII AND ut ItXiS, UJUYritN 111 .1' iJ it I N U*T
• AVfllU •*, IVC.tMHNO JOHN M. UOl'Gil. H»»N. I.KtIN
I c*n:. inv i: > :imy!.*mi hbv. k ■."" in ha l.
• PIIM.IP LII’I.IA . VI.UI.IIT UKISBANX, iid.lAC £ X-
I.EV. V. B. I’i:t KlNf.'S'C., KTC.
'j’Jils vvyrk Ia a histury of till brnniTm
of lnduaif), j r.tv’ftK’fW rnnt”i r ic'iire. r r . In all
nc<’*. It Ir a cumidi’Ms t!lioyclU|nnlliii» i
> manur.iCMiro , ami l« tlm must riiU’tTulnlii r *ttl ,
vnliinhlH wot k o' Information '<t h TiJcci* us kvu
• crnllnlurttst •.•vt r otlurcd to ilu? putilic. It lr adnp- ,
tod to the w.-.nla of Inc Merchant. Mnndfacfuror,
’ t Mcch.Ailc, Fartn«r, Btiidunt and Invyiitor. nnd 1
Belle to both old and yput:g of ullclreruj*. The .
.’book 1h sold hyf.pcntr. who arc making Urge
i sale* In nil parts of tho country. It I* offered at
. me low tiriCu dr $3.50, and If the cheapest hook
1 ever sold tty r*u Script lon. No family should he
, I without a cony. We want agent* lu every town
1 lu the t’nltpd Mtntr*, mid no ngent can fall to do
well with thin book Our tcriu* are liberal. We
1 give our Agents tho exclusive* right of territory.
1 One of our agent* sold ISH eotde* In elgh» days,
4 i another poid 313 In two week*. Our ugei*s lu
i Hartford sold 3!17 In one week. Specimen* of the
i work soul to agents on receipt of iturup. For
circular* and terms to agents uddreo* the pub
lished e.
I KNOTS UNTIED
f j O' \ Wayi and By- Way* In the Hidden Life of
0 AMERICAN DETECTIVES.
We Watt! *lolol* for Ibis hook. It discloses all
3 tho mysteries of the Detective Systetp. It I* a
, recorn Tor the past 20 tea ns of the most skfllftil
1 detective* of till* country, In which the craft* of
Dank Robber*, Thieves. Pickpockets. Lottery
I M.-n. fVonterfeit Money Denb r*. and swlndier*
. [ of >ilt cl >» >y*. Jir» exposed und brought to justice.
I Price. J 2.75. bend f«if elrctilnr* and terms to
) spoilt*.
r
j Wit HT.!.LSI! TDK ItKST
1 DICTIONARY GF THE BIBLE
In the Kng'Oh hinrjiutge.
1 BY WM. SMITH. L. L. D.
H l# wrlli-n by 7dof the ium-i .li*tinuin*hcd dt
-1 vines In Kurope and Americn. and I* the only
edition published n t .if- ouitutrv roudcuscd by
Dr. Sudtli * own hand. It U 111 u? (ruled with over
i 125 steel and uiirHUintfravlng*. It contalttK evetr
name it: the Bible of iniportuiio’. nod i* " hook
iieed-d by every (.Tirltdlan f i 41y. Ill* printed
I In double column. In one large oc’tii 'vulnni**
| I'r‘r.e. f '.OJ.
' , \Yc want in every :i and uoyn lu ibe.
I CtMintrv. We pay !:•.” •/ cdntnNxWii* and give
; excln-lv* Jeriiti'i y. lor circular* und term* ud
r J circ— the, \ • .n;*, - Co|te*of nny .»
1 our bonk* i ci.t •'«» ftt! - , uddfe* on rt c.-lnr'tlf price
\J. B. BI BB «(• FfVPK i Publishers,
Hartford, fort , (. bl'cngo, ill, Cincinnati. .(Milo
*l - 1 "* 11 "'
Erie .icjs nourais.
t I
• Opposite Passenger Depot,
l
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I
4 ( lit-jpiinc, Hyomlns'
C!iitrK«a ti Stilt rhe Timo*.
1 >AjfT i I '.AJf '•*»:: r. : lit t’roiu:•••s-> *
I ( w r I e u b.- n- | o; •ibl* lor tt'n 1)1
• t ’.d*fb • due—, coit’r t> $•! o» nu\t»ilu r o oj
ahiit i er.’to !*•— iltf »*t";i. • hs'ic been •loiwe
V-.’’ Ho* w rlt.i-ii.irt.i i of tl(. •iti-l.tf«it*iifd ■*’)»
, »t it’itd ’o. *tjitt* ami i-t
p.. las- *»i.i*i ti< • • »
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NO.. 188.
II.IC. for Tr.n.lenc AdvcrtMnslß
n.llr and WMhl) l.f.der. '
All irauaitlU »d wrtlkOiHfnU. Ifie |*»
noupnfoll eucii useriluu, i<U gc),,
(Bin V). cly led. Local Notice*, lwr IH
*SrH 11i*>i ilt f 15c>; ! Tot-I§c),
(lra-lOch (Im DC). (Ik«4f). L«e*l Notice*,
l>ei line. Kourgeola, Iti Weekly, (lt-26c). (Hil-iD).
(Ot- ihc I, < *ll It* I, (Bm-Hc>. ' kqtaU
nu-nt*. Sl .V) per folio, (10 llncß honp’l) ffNfle
•eriion, 7Cc por folio each aubseuusnt Ineeff*
tlou. -
It. GLAPC^I.
Ktllior and Propriek*r«'j^.i
LIVERY,
RauiUURUUI '
'T'lie undersigned having purchased lbs satire
X Interent of K. S. VantAhmei.i., In ths wall
known Stable situated dtl Sixteenth Street. Otibe*
site P. 8. Wlls- n's Bnuk. take* this msthoff. M
Inform the Public that he 1* prepared to famish
Mingle Sc DoaDl* t eams mt allhahit,
also keep* constantly on hand a (rood supply *4
Huy ana Grain* at Keasonablo Rates,
COMB JL3NTD SBIIMa
W. M. WARD ProOTjfltot.
.cii •-* iituttn* [itM a.
2nd ANNUAL '
DISTRIBUTION
75.730 PKK«t 88,
RANGING IN VAI.(‘H . f.K *
BHO to
G IVE2ST
AN\ AV
rro ths *VB«cRiB *or
Oil FIRESIDE 1 MEM
F.very Hubscr ber is *ur© of ona |Sra
miurn any way. and mlno hs* tin. equal
chance < \ receiving a CARH Premmin
OK A PI 'NO. O B WATCH,
BKWINO MACHINE, etc . etc.
FIRST Q!!AND CASH PREMIUM
$3,000
OIK I IKKIIIDLFHIF.\U -KiuAtPmgee.
Lirut Stz<, Iltuetrui ii, t/u Family fl?lny, I* la
i’* I*lll let * V Ol.rjkl K and Im* ditittnsa’tbs
LMUIKHT CIRCULATION or shy uniter nttb*
II -lniil Ift the West. Its awc<i*«a -imblra the
propilfton* to furnish THU UKBT, Slohxdk*
snixlll.E aNd most USEFUL ORIoIHaL
RE VDI NCi MATTER IN GRKAT VAhNitTt
that money rnn buy, nntl to make It n HO.WK
WBKKliY*ul’eU to the w»unsofover\ v TnFmly.
HubKcri]iilot.s price 58. yur y* ar of tJ uuto*
be rtf.
Tlio r.letfnnt Cliroma
;• “OTJTEV*
Kfttc IB x 2 " Incite-. Ml colom. Acknowlodltul
hv nil to be the HANDSOMEST ind Mr fr?
VALUABLE premium pteturc In A meric*.
EVERY SUBSCRIBER Is i n,-.sented wRh ;bla
1 t'hrnmoiu the tlmoOT'stibacrfbmr. mu whl*
; ll)V,» mi.l also cecivesn NUMBF.UKit CKHTI-
I I ’ ATE ENTITI4NG THE HOLD I K TT> A
SHARE In he dtstiibutlon of s.9,btfb
und other premiums. .*
Tin: Tkiarninmoif Takes rT.xrit on Mhe
.second TucsUuy tn June next. The Cknffno
und t'e tldeate amt on receipt of
M’M'l’Jl' Vroi’lKs. I’RKMIfM 1. IST, Ktd;,' UlV
ino »■ t:i*i. I'auxici'l*iw scut frets lo uigr. ad
dr. ss.
A ArUTC Klti.rr rtf>Wiu In
AUCn I*> every t- «’ii I Mrfic Casta
U/ikJTCn p«y und lite best ontflb
ft All I Ell S* nd at once for tennk.
, Addre*s
oirii firksyde’ frifxd,
apr. 1-dOin Uhl'.utgj, III;
STILL THE BALL ROLLS Off!
E. W. Keplinger
j If now prepared to furnish the Public wUh
IHIAIi BREAD, PIKS and OAKBI
And In fact, everyMbing tv be found at
FIRST CLASS
BAKERY,
-L-O
ALL KINDS OF
LUNCHES,
•n
AT TDK
U . I s . BVK R F Y«*
Ferfiiilon Ntrccl. C’fieyf imp. W. Tj
rp-iu-flmd
J. COr.KISH,
Carpenter,Contractor-anil Builder
SHOP KrTTPPN rtt .«TRP.£T,
I . i -I.IIPI
\Vcßt o'* Cmir! House, Clteyrjiite
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Ml -V’ ,hil -iircKtrii 1 lon, fiirm-h,(l t.f ,ti
JT V itirl• • r Bidldtara, llou-c \V»rV «». W ft n4
•v -a J nerally. Cie*v mUciil’mii gi«ri> ta «
Inh Ip.n nf at / fCmiti,.
GEORGE G. GRAVFJ.tt
Orsoc River. TTrriSlajii
JUSTICE OF THE PEACS
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