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Chqyenne Daily leader.
■ KUri'KK. PntrkMr
VEDXEEDAT, 4FUL SO, 1878.
RAILROAD TIME TABLR i
US ION PACIFIC KAIIJIOAD.
8 87878 nOM IBBT. MFBBT WMT.
PMMHffr 1S:&> |i. m i Passenger.... 1:07p.m.
fIXM 8:44 p. m. t Mixed *:«** p m.
■elghi 4:W ■ »«• i Freight 4:00 a. m
tiuvi rumm wast. paraßT bast,
filSZ’.. »»ip. m. I Itlusl
freight 1:44 p.m., Freight 1:45p. ra
Trwin* between La raiu la and Omaha run oi
Omaha lima. whlrO i» lu niiuuiaa faatnr that
Chajtane ti.ae.
DENVER PACIFIC RAILROAD.
abbjtc rnou soctu. narairr nottr.
frprr## KtiS p. m. I Exprexa 1:45 p •».
rre^ivu...... 4:10 |i ro. | Freight .>*&s. u.-
Triton the D.l*. Kail way ran ou Onaaka lime. ■
Mall Arrivals aiKl iipawirm.
Until further notice the Poalofllce wIM be open I
Nr delivery wud reception of mail matter fr*oa
a- m. to "4 n. m. dally, except Sunday a, and on
Snaring* one lio.tr after arrival of weal era mall. !
Omaigj time Is tic Hroe of the wfllet.
Maper order office open from li.a.Rl|.a.
dally, steept Sundays.
laatcrn and Western m - ’’tcloae at Iff* p. m..
ally.
Denver Pacinc K. R., Including Denver and
aoutherr malla. cloao at 19:50 p. m. dally.
Mails arrive from oast daily at lt:4u p. m.. and ,
frugl *l»e weal dally at lt:B*« p. m
Valla arrive from Denver. Col., and way, rla i
Ddnrirr Fat!*- R. N . at 11:45a. m. daily.
Valla clove 4*r Fon Laramie aud Fort Fettar
. Mr mr Mondi.yv at 4:M p. m.
Mailt arrive from Kurt Laramie and Fort Fet
tenaan Sunday* at 5:50 p. m.
« ' W. W. OORLETT. Postmaster.
k i,. ■■■■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ ...
gVTOur Au;hortaed Adrerttaina A feat a tor th«
Laanan are. In >%cw York, A. a. Pettanaill A Co.,
tT Park Row . Oco. I*. Howell A Co., 40 Park Row,
and llndeon A aunci.ll Park Row; In Chicago,
reSfcoVurn A Co., AT Dearborn at; In •« Louie,
MdValt A Stone. 4SI North Hlxth at.: and In Cln
elmtatl. Cook. Coburn A Tailor, 11, Pike's Opera
Meuse bnildlne
Mr. C. A Buckingham's* been appointed gene
ral agent forth* Cheyenne Dally anti Wyoming
weekly Leant Ke ia authorized to solicit eob
erription* forth« two edition* of the Lbadbr, .
1 o aaHan wm * ihi • office and to lake ordera
fapjobprintl ig. wlilch ordera will he executed 1
odlooat delay aud I* a neat and workmanlike I
manner.
I
y Northern Kyemlng.
Reynolds, In hi# report of 1
exploration#, thus wrltesof the Yel- 1
lowatone river:
-'“The main question In regard to
31a river in iu navigability. In
tar of the fact that steamboats have
been taken up me Missouri to Ft.
Benton, I have no hesitation in say
ing that the same thing j
can be done on the Yellowstone ns far
as the mouth of the Big Horn river,
without having as many or aa great 1
obstacles to overcome as In the Mis
souri. The only serious impediments
below the mouth o the Big Horn,
are the rapids below Powder river
shoals; but I am of
the opinion that they are not worao
than many in the Upper Missouri,
and s steamboat which, at the time
ofhigh water, might easily go up,
could at a lower stage return and im
prove the channel."
All the tributaries of the Y •llow
■ doe, from the mouth of the Big
Horn down, are sluggish, muddy
currents, while above the mouth of
the Big Ilrft-n they are clear as crys- j
tal This latter region tracked in
every direction by vsst herds of huf- !
fain,. elk and deer, is the Indians |
paradise. Home of the Pacific tribes,
traveling many hun Ired miles,make !
two trips a year to tills favored
country-corning both spring and fall.
The Big Horn is formed by tH#
Junction of the l’spo-Agie ant] Wind
river*, but it ii nlway- H|K>ken of by
hunter* aml trappers as the Wind
«ver,down to a canyon thirty mile*
low the Junction. There l» no
good reason for this arbitrary dlvlinc
tlon, whereby the same stream pass*
es Into the mountains under one
nsm», and emerges with another,and
it la necessary tlutt these facts should
hq known tonvoid confusion.
—Gen. Grant being the first Presi
dent who hii* visited Colorado, it is
proposed by llie Denver people, to
name one of the prominent snow
crowned mountains, in full view of
that flty, the President’ll peak.
rmlitnl Oram la Ctui'lM.
Kor the first time aioce Its organi
sation, a President has honored Wy-!
oming with his presence, and Chey- i
enne has had the honor to entertain
the chief magistrate of the nation, ii .
only tor a short hour.
Owing to a delay on the Denver
road, the presidential party arrived ,
here th'rty mil u‘es latent hen expec
ted, and consequently the time for
dinner and-the reccptlon that fol
lowed was very- short. However
all the people present had an oppor
- tnntty to shake hands with the Pres
ident.
Thedlnlmr mm of Jones’ Rail
road Hotel had Ikhmi elaborately dec
orated with flags and divided into
two rooms; one reserved for the pres
idential dinnersnd the other for a,re
caption room. After lairtaklngof a
slight meal,the Ihesldent repaired to
.. the latter apartment when hand
slinking began and was kept up for
nearly thirty minutes.
At HVi p. 111., the party returned to
the cars and soon after nid farewell
to the “Alagtc city of the plains.”
—A large lot of oil painting* in
fold frames to he sold cheap. The
property of an eastern artist on his
way to the mountains. Call and see
them at Stlmpson A Barnard's Aue
'" thin Mure. apr2U-Bt*
—The Wyonirng Monthly 8«>o-
Vksik tor April, hss been Issued .and
Is for sale si thi* ijltk* and at Post’s
Newsroom. mariltf
I —The fumous Kadi India company j
11 isto be dissolved. A hill has been ,
■ I Produced In the House of Common, '
' ‘ fora redemption or commutation of
' j the dividend on the eapltal stuck of
; the East India Company, and for the
1 ! transfer of the security fund of the
i India company, to the Keere'ary of j
State in council of IndiH, and Tor the
dissolution of the Knst Inills compa
ny." By June I, 1374, tire company
Is to cease to exist. The proprietors
of the stock who do not ussent to the
offers of commutation by April 30,
1874, ere to receive two hundred '
pounds sterling fur 100 pounds stock.
The original East India company
was chartered about the year 1004,
. out it was long time U-fore it was
! profitable. By the charter oft'h tries
11, I Mil, they were empowered to
I make pence and war u’itli any
. power not Christian, to build fortifi
cations, exercise civil and criminal
[jurisdiction and do many other acts
' ofa sovereign power.
j —An American correspondent of
the London Timet has been “inter-
I viewing” President Grant, who told
him that he had confidence lu the
men engaged in the Domingo
scheme, and that he ex;>ecled that in !
the course of the next ten or fifteen;
years this company would have
made such progress in developing the
resources of that country, that tho
United States would annex It, as a
bargain, at $10,000,000 or $15,000,000,
when they might have secured the
Dominican Republics year ago for
! $1,500,000. In any event, the gov
ernment desired |ieace, and no
trouble with Haytl was apprehended.
In regard to tho Modoc war, ho said
the pacification of the Indians requir
ed time.
I, . ...... ... - ( (
—The undersigned has started a
night herd of horses. Parties wish
ing their horses herded enquire at
Brown's stable and corral. Charges,
: reasonable. Also cows heided In the
I day.
sprOO-k’t. W. C. Tomlins.
K KM* Cool. —On the first day of j
; May, Mr. Peter Haninia, will com
ments 1 delivering Ellis 4 Dyers pure
lake its- to customers in large or
! small quell titles and at low rates.
apris-tf
i
MOTICE.
City Marshal's Office,
Cheyenne, Wyo.,
April 21, 1873.
The ordinances concerning dogs
and hogs are now in force, and ;
all purties are cautioned not to inter-j
sere with (lie enforcement of tho
same, under penalty of being arrest- j
ed and dealt with according to law. [
Win. Howlands,
apr2l fit City Marshal.
1
; Foil Hale.— A few desirable
dwelling houses and building lots <n
j the best part of the town. Enquire
nt Glnfoko’a real estate agency. Sec
ond floor, Leader building.
j —Two hundred barrels of apples for
| —1 WO nuiiureu imrriMN ut iippiCTiui
HHlont J. 11. Miirtin’#.
■piotr
—Haled hn>- for sale by,
xpVltf J. H. Martin.
WHITFn w < » !
11 fill • LU Kilily St. nuvSly
—Geu. 11, Atkinson, the popular 1
merchant tailor from Rockford, 111.,'
! has come. Oil on him at Room 4,
Railroad Houneand »»>e hi# nainples
of fine-- Roods over brought to
Cheyenne, and give him your meas
ure. aplti-2t
*' -
—Buck Beer ut Beno's Brewery.
. apr!92w.
—Mrs. Slm[)son, Liiritinie City, is
i »ole agent in Wyoming Territory
for the Blees Sewing Mucldne. A
) complete assortment always on hand. ■
| Other machines taken In exchange.
Upon the counter you will hereaf-j
' ler find for sale tho Wyoming Week- I
ly Lkadeu, the pioneer newspaper i
! of this Territory, also the Hot' vkn i k
, the only magazine published in Wy
! omlng, full of choice reading matter,
Interesting to families and every one.
Rack numbers can la; obtained U|s>n
application,at Mrß.Hlmp»on’s,C Street
latramle City, Wyo. Ter.
ruarlldwtf
Blank or Prlute 1
SHIPPING TAGS
-AT TUX—
Leader Office^
x vkrv Law r#iri
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R. B. ROBINSON,
GREEN RIVER, W. T.
OrdorH taken for
I AJVIERIC^IN
I 1 ’
And nil other klmln of
Watches arul Jewelry
At lower rate* than any House In the IKTaat*
Rkfaikimo 'tone In h nont uianner nml nl
abort notice. Also dealer In Violins. Vlo
{ Iln-eU-ln*sand Bows, novSQwAm
I *
WVOMINB
LAPIDARY WORKS,
ntUMItP BirPKH, Prop'n
I
—A HAM IK rtTY, WYOMING.
s/fUSH A i ES. Topaz, .1 am per. Ruby. etc..
I .11 an• la. ether Native Storma cut In any niyla
I tafi :lni*h. The larceat akaortnicnt of the very I
rn»:ceat Native Sionea always on hnnd which
we will furnlah at rencoimbt'prices. All orders
nramnitv atfeiitlnd to aud iiatiafaciion rtuiran 1
j»rarnpi ly attutiiloil to aud aatUfactlon gnnran j
INS URANCE .INDEMNITY
A CAKD.
F.l P SNOW doklro* to call the attention of
J* theciilxnim ol Wyoming to the fact that bu
I la now prepared to make
Insurance and Imuc Policies,
aa the agent and representative of old. Tollable i
and standard companies. Every Company repre
sented la FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RKSI'KCT. '
Rate* will at all timos bo aa low aa thncharac
ter of the rlek will warrant.
All loss occuring at thla agency w*ll be adjust
ed and pair* here.
K. P. *N*'W.
afdSm Oeu'l Aid tor Wyoming.
Edward Keane,
Evanston, Wyoming,
! MANITFAfTURKH r»f Fur nnd Bnrkakln
j (Jlov«»a. All klmln «.f Furs and .Felt* dreased
I and made up Into any clHstred article.
I Work rlonw In a neat manner and at
; aonable mtes.
I a cnuconntHntly receive the hi ;h I
, eat market price for .heir furs and Sklnn '
I my eatubllr Sine/" ,
nov23-wAmly
I SUBSCRIBE
i I
FOK THE
Cheyenne Daily Leader, $16.00 per annum.
Wyoming Weekly Leader, $2.60 per annum,
$1.60 for tiz months.
Wyoming Monthly Souvenir, SI.SO per year.
The Weekly Leader and Monthly Souvenir,
$3.00 a year, to one Addrete.
i ALL PAYABLE IN
ADVANCE.
i 1 Send your subscriptions in
registered letters nr Post Office
: Money Orders to
| Publishc r
U - 1 1. J.. :" .. I. . i .
LEADER
|
Chcj cmio, • - W K°*
’ | /
:
! XTOTII’KI* hereby given that on Monday,
' ll the IlKt) dity nf Mii.Vr l, umNian »• Hrnton,
1 having been convicted of keeping n lewd
house *n»t sentenced to iivn month? hnprla
| oninent In the county full at tint March term
of the District Court for ti e County of Isam-
I mte, begun nntl hold in Cheyenne. In the aukl
County, March 17'h 1878, shall apply to John
i A. Caiuplmll, CJovernor of ih«t Territory of
' Wyoming, for a pardon.
1 OKsTANCK BXHTO*.
I Cheyanna, April 28th, 1873.
aprtt-St
DR. 0. F. HILTON.
Cer. <\l 7 AJrtl and (' i'rfit,
jfL.) : ‘ '< A -- ? .
Phyalotnn and Hurgeon
I
I.ARAft IK CITr , **YOM!NU.
unvlltrAiniy
I ______
U. P. R. R. HOUSE,
! Che.veiine,- Wyoming,
Q. M. JONEB, P-oprietor.
• All tra'n* slop here Thirty Mtnrttes
l i\. iiim ii This house I* new and rl.gnni’.f
furnUhad, »>«? . I lulu piwl airy rooms. l»ath
rooms. Ae « and aW«*r«l» u’.l *eeo'nmofl*ilont
it»# (raveling pnWlrcsn naslrs.
• Mr)".'- Is WAS
DRY COODS, ETC.
Marks & Myers,
[
VYlitilvfale an<l lt«:ull l*wnl,T» in
STAPLE Ac feev
i , j
CLOTHING,
Gent’s Fnrnishiiig Goods,
Ladies’ and Gents’ Bouts and Shoes,
HATS,CAPS,
ALSO A KINK MtfMCt'TION OF
Ladifi' and GeuU' Alciaodre kid tiltves,
i LADIF.H
I
j Dress Goods !
’ SHAWLS. CLOAKS.
• Oaasimeres, Velvets and Tailors'
I THIMMINCfS,
Iu fact everything found in a flrut clsnh Dry
UoodH and Cloth!m: Store. We nlso keep con- 1
atautly on hand large owortmentH of
Carpets, Oil Cloth,
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS,
THINKS, VAIISKS dtv.
• . #e»j i
1 - i
Heilman’s
STTSIAO <•
Clothing Emporium
Nl XTKKNTH STRKKT.
Keep nik la'rgest and rest KTock
of Fine
jCLOTHING
•ud Gants*
FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
T’ i- asi h N null ValiaeH,
In the West, which they are selling to
DEFY COMPET3TON !
j Go and look at their Goods.
B. HELLMAN.
j i _.: . "'*l .L
PUOPOSA LS.
Orno* Cb. Qu. Mb. Dept. Pmttk.
Oxaiia, Nkb., April 15.1878.
SEALED BIDS. In duplicate, whh fiftllsfHcfo
ry gua-antae, signed by two
n<>i|bi(kterr, l lini bond? will be given on award
of coniaact?. will be recyfYen at this oftiew nn
-1.1 eleven o'clock R in., on Thur-day. May 15.
1873. f<»r the delivery oftlio foll..wlntr ?nnpllc? nt
the stations in tid* rommnnd. nntned below:
OMAHA DEPOT, 176 cords wood; SJO ton?
hav.
OMAHA BARRACKS. 1.350 cords wood; 1.G35
tons con 1; bs>) liny : UK) ton - siravv.
FORT MCPHERSON, 2, OijO cords wood; 1,750
ton a bay.
NORTH PLATTE. 153 cords wood; 35u torn*
coal: 3 o ton* Imv.
SIDNEY B lUUCKS, 250 tone coal ; 850 tons
hay.
FORT D. A. RUSSELL, 1,075 cord? wood;
3,400 tons cori ; 6JO ron? hay.
CIIKYKNNK DhPoT, 10d corda wood; BJO tuna
coal: fi 0 too? liny.
FORT HANDERS, 400 corda wood; 700 ton?
i coal: 735 ton? hay.
FORT KURD. STBKLE.4SO corda wood; 800
tons coal: 400 tons bay.
' FOR'!’ BUHKjILU, 300 cords wood; 775 tona
coal: ino ton? hay.
CAMP DO* UI.AS. 750c0n1? wood ; 3,000 ton?
i coa 1 ; 500 ton? bay ; JuO ton? straw.
POST UF BE AY £ll, I,M) Corda wood; J? 5 ton?
bay.
Fort LARAMIE. 3,00 U cord# wood; 1.0:10 lona
h */oHT FF.TTEH.mAX, J.SKI coril» wnofl; lift)
tou? hay.
’AMt* BROWN,BOO cord* wood; 300 lona hoy ;
75 tou? ?iraw.
Bid? for the rnpolieu to be' delivered as each
oflbe nbove nanten station?, wl.l ft'?o hr receiv
ed up to the ?ama day and hour by the reapee’ive
quarlerumater? at the ? all ns luun-d. mill for*
tvai(icu to ihe undei slunetl a? dir. c(en In flen
-1 era I Orrlera 57. ”nr Department. 1871 The
right to reject any or all hida ih runoived. Full
| coudltlouM will be m.Ttlo known, and blank bid?
! fnrnl?hed on appllcailm nt thi? f’lllre. Iltdn 'nr
nny portion of the above ?npplle? will be contdd
| erod.
ALEX .1. PERRY.
Uvt. Brig. Gen.U. ft. A Ch.Q--.Mr Deo. Platte.
npr»2l*otQtS
TAX ICS.
} CITT OF
, Tkmhitohy ok Wyoming)
j To whom it mny concern:
Know ye that the Tux Roll and warrant for
j thu f’oflec.tlon of tuxea for the your IsTL hu?
boon pi .red In nty Ttuntls, and mx pa,v«»rK are
notified that taxeaarc now iluo and payable
Int my offlra. limned lute • payment of the
aaine la required.
Wii.i.iax Rowi.Awna,
fitv Mondial and Collector.
Cheyenne. April 11, 1873. apl2 2w
©lark & French,
1 nti
-•AND—
WHOLESALE QHOCERS.
■if / ITI i i •*;
t-08. FAKVHIM AN* lITH STS.,
Ii : s -vs ■- /- Tim
CMAIIA, M.M.
apfJ-Riu 1
MISCELLANE US'.
WaLhtim Watches
# IN
HEAVY CASES.
We have Rent great nitmlwrH of theac ©xcel-
Iciit WiiU bi’K In our customurM In the Pacific
Slat «, nml till h ive given aatiafncilon. Wa
have lor several yt .trs sold more Amerloau
\\ uß'iiea I hun ny' < tiler liouae In the C»un>
tr> .either w hid. s«’e or retail, and the reason
1 Ih that our p lets are low. and we only sell a
• good urilcle. our plan Is. to aend single
J by t xp; ns to anv place, no matter
how remote, with the bill to collect on de
livery; to let the purchaser open the package
mi ux> rnl c the Watch, and be t-erfectly aat-
Istle t I'l'l if paying the hill; and we offer for
mm.} Watch that docs not piovc satisfactory to
Refund the Money.
II you will write for our Descriptive Price j
Lint, we will mall it to you without expensi,
and from it you will see that you can buy a
I genuine Waltham Watch of us -t the lowest :
j possible New York prices, and without any 1
risk whn over. Wr send so many Watches to j
the Pacific Sla t s that, we always have 4.5.6
and 8 ox. cases on hand, so a» •«» fill orders
promptly. When you write mention that you
saw ibis n*ttce In the Cheyenne I.kaukr,
an<l If you wan' reference we can name per
sons In every County In the Territory' who have
lmd,\Valches from us. Do not let distance or
K»tir oitf-qf-tho-wuy location deter you from
writing for the Price List.
Address
HOWARD & CO.
NO. 222 STH AVE , NEW YORK
(Formerly at BtV5 Broadwa. A
inarf-d&w-lm.
Wm, H, &J. T, HOLLIDAY, !
!
I
AY holt sale and Retail Dealers In
j EASTERN AI D NATIVE
LUMBER,
LATH, SiII,MILES,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
BUILDING PAPER,
LIME, &C., &C.
OFFICE AND YARD :
llarper & Ilousman’s Old Stand,
Ci
M\li;i.Mt* STItKET,
- Wyoming.
apr2S)-tf
" ’ i
CONVERSE
& WARREN,
i
DEALERS
IIESI
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
Mirrors, Lamp: tad Cutlery,
WINDOW CLASS
| Silver Plated and BrUtanuin Ware,
/y. ’
Carpets & Curtains,
1 Oilcloths, Mailings nml Mouldings,
I BEDDING,
| Upholstering and Cabinet Material, !
(WALL PAPER,
We give Special Attention to repair
ing and Framing Pictures,
| METALLIC BURIAL CASES
i Walnut, Rosewood and Clieep
COB* FINS.
16th St, Cheyenne.
Jnn. 1-t year
. ■"■^F^WWgWHg.. 1—
JEWELRY AND WATCHES I
To the Traveling Public!
Th%t running arrungeincnta of train* a e no*
Mich aa to eive all who are paasing Cheyeiin.
TIME TO SEE
0
NCLK S AM'B FAVORTTE CHILD.”
THE RICHEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF j
IN TIIK WEST.
No' el lira in IHOSS ACATFA. TOPAZ #nf !
other Native Monen. ho well tin eMiulaile proti ut
j tliii** from
;
NATIVE COLD!
Sure to please and tnterent all. It Is but a f«*
steps from the Depot to
JPSLIN & MU ESTABUSBUNT
To the stay at heme Public
Bcnd your orders to
.IOMI.IN Jk. PARK.
To any Other Man!
Buy your Watches,Clockr. »wetrv or anv otn»
goods'ill this line, of J4»»LIN A I’AHK
Cheyenne, W. T., either by order or in pcraoi
AND GET
YOUR MONEY’S WORTH!
Pease & Taylor,
I
Baccessors to W. D. Peasa.
WHOLESALE [AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
Family Groceries
,'7T>KAB of tho Best Importation, Rio. Js a ar
' X Mocha COFFEE, CANNED GOODS "t el
sorts.
New York Factory Cheese
I
|
Ham, BacoD, Breakfast Baoon
-AND
DRIED I3EEF
T KLLIRS. all kind* of Moat Hances. Chocolal*
fi Cocoa. Baro, 'rapines. Oatmeal, Cracked
Wheat, Buck wheat and ihu b*at of
Colorado Flour,
a ARDEN SEEDS. Rutter Ladles and Prints
Churns, Pmls and Bankela.
All g«H>ds dsllveied fiee of charge wlihin tbc
Cliy limits. aplT-l-y
BSQUBB HOUSE,
Opposite Passenger Depot,
* (.Tukn ICiiinc#, Prop’r.)
J ('hrysnns, Wisihhig*
Charsen to Butt the Time*.
Blyth & Pixley,
Rock Springs, Wyouilngi
—AND AT
EvuiiNton, Wyoming*,
Wholesale and Retail Dealera 'n
GENERAL MERCHANDISE#
Have a full line of
staple and Faitcy Dry 41004%
Groceries,
Provisions,
Produce,
Canned Goods, U'lnrs, and Liquors,
Tobacco and Cigars, Ac. Ae. See.
Your Ordera are Respectfully Solicited.
BLYIH Sc PIXLEY.
marHwimly
Parpe & Boessel,
OGDEN, Utah; EVANSTON, Wyoming,
Dealers lu and Manufacturers of
FINE WATCHES
A. ND
JEWELRY
Guns, Pistols end Ammunition.
Repairing neatly executed and all work
warranted
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