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VOL. VI.
Cheyenne Daiiy Leader.!
H, GLA?O£E. - - Prop.ietor.
Hoisl S French Restaurant |
E*lfly street. rhcyuinn. A’yumtng.
|)YSi;C, fi»r *>i***l«*t«>r.
This lum r>i> c t\t h«» r oti phi yr clltt «u
and l- now ro.tdy to iuv Miimmlaie It* old patron**
and lhe puhllr-. In tlrst rate ►.> I«.
j&vZtZZMt'
And alt the luxuries of the. srnunn aiwayson hand j
Slntrle Meal*. Hoard by Ihe Day or Week, a
wmlcr-on ti-rine. ....
The Bui l* atwaya provided with the bent
Liquor* ami <V.r»'r«. . „
F>rh (■ ood Ileal, go to the French He
lauriu.v. . _ .
T9T First Clar* Furnished Houiu* to Rent on
teatoi.ablo term*. derlO |
Planters’ House,
•it Sixteenth Street, three do ora eaat ot
Joslin & Part,s Cheyenne,
First Mass Boanl. $2.00 pi*r day.
mi IF. rn veil fit Public will find Rood ac*
I . v ... i, (• .1 utiurt*
1 '.'mm dmlmi* hi re. We so ldi a Hlrnre j
of yonr I
rt'he J»ar Ih KUM>l*e»l with t’holce Cigars ,
i and mu coolest of Summer Drinks ut
Eastern Prices.
w. T. Miiua, - JTOf’a
EUROPEAN RESTAURANT,
Charley Ross l A. Ruschpler. Proprietors.
Laramie City* W. T.
In Miller* HMIT r'» old .t.nd, next door to
the Post < 'fflee.
BOARD BY TUB DAY OR WEEK.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF
THE HAY OR NIGHT.
FRESH OYSTERS
FOR J*A I,E. OR
SEBVSD y? lr! EVERY STYLE.
Choicp ( igun*. but no Llquors.J
The - able wl I he *uppllod with nil the
Delicacies of the Season.
iiuvD lvdwin
CLABS'S RESTAURANT, i
A.U- 1 . Bonrdlng Houee,
W XI. CLA.SC, PRO P’R,
Opposite Ur.llronil House, j *
LARAMIE CITY, W. T.
OUxens or strangers nlwnys receive the
very he i attention nt till* popular house, '
nmfno psiltis orexpens** spared In supply
lag the table with every luxury In the tnar
* 4^- Boarding by tho day or week at moder
ate prices. novJOWftmly j
Wyoming House
AND |
BILLIARD HALL!
J. T. CBEWS, - PROPRIETOR
This establishment hat been thoroughly
refitted "nd is now ruidy to accommodate
all Us old patrons and the public generally
us flrst-eIAAs style.
Carbon, Wyoming
vl3-d ly
EAGLE HOUSE,
(joventceniti .l.bct. K<lßy inCI Uulm"»,(.'hcjimu€
A. MIMKIONS. Proprietor.
nooi) ,lay or week Iloarri. end l.od(rln(r, M yer,
i Wtrul rtnoH HO.OOintil' I itlnnt
• t moderate price*. v ir*t clmi accoratn> iftijon* ;
to tram*lent hoardiim. The cheapest and beet
|on«it In town. fuhlMil&wl) j
POND'S HOTEL
AND
RESTAURANT!
(Late Sahuknt'h Hotel.)
B. L. FORD, PROPRIETOR.
Larimer Bireel, between 0 and H,
lINVER. r ~ - ~ COLORADO
Menliv at. all Hour*.
Oysters, Fish and Game a Spooialty.
Thla houae la entirely new and nowljr ftwnUh.
•4 throughout with ilio »>«*•» »nd atylca.
All spring be«l». Large and airy room*.
i<pi9BAn«
Bat Id Header.
AMERICAN HOUSE
i
LEIGHTON & BURKE,
Proprietor*.
I
The above House ha* recently hem opened to
the traveling public; It la furnished In the llneet
atyle of auy h .uau lu the won.
THE FINEST
FURNISHED
BOOMS.
i
! The table aupplied with every delicacy of the
I season.
Board by Day or Week,
| MEALS AT ALL HOURS
DAY OR NIGHT
. i
The hotel la Minuted on fifteenth Street, be
tween Eddy Hud Ferguson Street*, on the alto
of the old Kolliui House.
I.ICIG IITON ft BUHKK,
i np # tf Proprietor*.
Mechanics’ House,
B STREET, LARAMIE CITY.
HKNIIV BATH, - Proprietor
I
BOAKn BY TIIK iiay on WEEK, with or
without Kuumh. The B»r 1. .upplled
with the
Choicest Liquors
AND CIGARS.
I Vnd the Table furnish d with all the Dellea
jlea of the aeaaon. novlfl-wamiy
i
OS THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
GREAT WESTERN HOTEL
\
Salt L.k. City, Utah.
• HtuifOM Lcnvc Unity to
Mining Camp**
OITUATKD in the bnalncaa part of the Clt
with accommodation* for two hundred gue*t
Term* llbernl.
SMITH * BIGAZE. Proprtetora
♦ *ept2l*wlj
CALIFORNIA REmtRANr, J
oxtEExr rivkb. w. T.

0 Mrs. M. BURNS, Proprietreaa.
THIS bouse '* newly opened and meats at
furnished the public lu the beat style, at tl
shortest notice, at flfiy cents per meal. Tralr
h od hoie 30 minutes. The bonus l* next totn
Railroad llonsc. nov 50 W * D
! *
EVANSTON HOUSE.
KVANHTON, Wyo. Top
n.DONtLD * booth.
1 ol „ „ ty . proprietor..
I
Tho world U tall *
JV A Children oryln* to)
KoLAIIO* ...
i, JT A Canned Castor Oil
mssnfS
teats and amell of the Cat
tor OH Is entirely overcom
Its cathartic P<*wers ar
q Jy not Impaired. Vrlcellek
McLain’S
VERMIFDOEBOKBOI
elnrant tod Th«r Of—i
»onl»M kept In confecUon«r. .lioikrChimrjn^lo,
them cry for them. Frtoe x oenu per **»*•
1 oo uluvur uro the ageii *
mchßl-eod-ly
I . . —. ■ ;
FRANK S. WHITNEY
DMler la
Erie and Vandyke
COAL.
Tho L.ttor 1. oqnal to that of Rooh
Spring*-
Orders to be left at T. A- Kent *
Store, Corner of Fergusoa
i
and Sixteenth streets.
CASH ON DELIVERY AND NO
DEVIATION!
febT-dlm
CHEYENNE, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1873.
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. 6ARBANATI,
ATTOIIEKY AND fODN»ELOR.»T.LAW.
—Office. Whitehead’s block, Eddy street,
Cheyenne, Wyoming. Will prMlice In all the
court* of the Terri lory. septft-ly
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
9
1 OT Choyonno.
AI'THOHI/KD CAPITAL, **oo,ooo
PAID CP CAPITAL STOCK,- <74,000
/Hnttbn.
A. H. COTVKUHEi V. K. WATthBN,
i SILAS KKKU. J. H. NIL'HOLS,
) U. 0. HAY.
Transacts * general Rankin/ btialne*#. May
end *e\l Rxrbaug*. C'«dn and Uotrt Du*t. Govern
merit Yu«chera. Laud Warrants, etc. Collections
made on *)1 noltite. with prompt returns. Inter
eet paid Derpodta.
A. H. COK VERSE, President.
l# Joua K Wild. ('a* bier eplt-t/
I. G. WHIPPLE,
N**«eaeor u» Whipple Brea..
Wi,(.ie« Mff an»i fUt«h In* *f in
D GROCERIES,
provisions,
A PRODUCE
Are prepu-ed te fll' large OI • mail order# fee
,su>plies of
BUGAKI. COFFEES,
mm*
i i
FLOCK, BACOX. HAMS.
GRAIN AND VEGETABLES.
t’IHH of all Kinds,
PKKSH AND DRIED FRUITS.
CANNED O OODG
Flge Spice*.Paco. Maccarotil, Tapioca end Citron,
Flavoring Extract#.
BAKING POWDERS*
4AUCBB. PICK LBS. BTC.
We gtv« special attention to the trade 1*
FRESH BUTTER & EGGS
And the best qualities es
CHEESE.
All of which we are uropared to offer. In any
quantity, lu the Seat condition, and
A.t Reduced Price*!
Htore ou trie south side of Seventeenth Mreet,
eat nf the Post Office. Cheyenne. fel.lO-tf
WON A TAYLOR,
*
n
Manufacturers ot
i
3 FINE CUSTOM MADE
me
ire
<a
Nt
« J|LU|U|Llj|U|K
Wholesale Dealer! i>
TJVE LEATHER,
fkh calfsand kips,
\ SOLE ASI) lUromOß,
arrangements with Foreign
AJ. ■Mfera to Import these article*, we
1 a on tunolbe MK»T QUALITIES
ana thorn a* auch.
AH from (ht Conntrj
p Wlj Attended
Berente% >( bet. Kddy end Ferguson.
Chfmo, Wyoming.
pov|*dvMil|r
BY TELEGRAPH
aaroiriD axraxaaLT ron ran xoaatKe liaobb
NIGHT REPORT
Sale of the Caribou Mine
In Colorado.
> Pacific Coast Items,
The Indians of Oregon
and W ashington Territory
i
' A Nevada Stage Robber
Caught.
NEW YORK.
New York, April 30.—A Herald
*p»-cinl from London, pays the fol- :
lowing Is tli- true will of . the late
Emperor Napoleon, under which
letter, of administration are now ,
applied for. The relate I. sworn to j
under one hundred and twenty !
thousmid pounds sterling and this
sum is subject to claims which will
reduce it one half. This is tny will:
I commend my son and my wife to
tho high authorities of State, the
■ people Bnd the army. Empress Eu
genie, possesses all qualities re
quisite for capably conducting the re
gency, and my son displays a dispo
sition and Judgment which w ill make
himworthy of his high destinies. Let
hiui never forget the motto of
the head'of our family: “Every
thing for the French . eople}” let
him fix on his mind the writings of
the prisoner of St. Helena; let him
study the Emperors deeds and cor
respondence; and finally, let him re
member when circumstances permit,
that the cause of th-> people is the I
cause of France, rower is a heavy
burden, because one cannot always '
do all the good one could wish, and
because contemporaries seldom ren
der, Justice, so that in order to fulfil
ones mission, one must have faith in
and conscientiously appreciate his
i duty. It is necessary to consider that
from heaven above those whom you
haveloyed, regard and protect you.
' It is the soul of my illustrious uncle
that has always inspired uiid sus
tained me. The like will npply to
my son, for he will always be
Worthy of his name. I leave to the
Empress ail my private property.
I wish that Ht the majority of my j
son she shall live at the Elysee and '
Biarritz. I trust that my memory i
will he dear to her and that after my [
death she will forget whatever un
huppiuess I may have caused her.
In regard to my son,let him keep as a
talisman, the seal I wore attached to
uiy watch, and which comas from |
my mother. Let him carefully pre- !
serve everything which came to me !
r from my uncle, and let him be con
vinced that tny heart and soul re
main with him. I make no men
tion of my iaithfnl servants,convinc
ed that the Empress and my son will
never abandon them. I shall die in
, the Catholic, Apostolic and Roman
religion, which my son will always
honor by his piety.
Done and signed with my hands at
| the Tuillerles, April 24, 1805.
(Signed) Napoleon.
A special to lho Herald from Vi
enna says, tlmt the American scan
dal still occasions great excitement
in aristocratic circles; it is being dis
cussed with sneers, as another indica
tion of tho workings of Democratic
Institutions. Gen. Van Buren is still
in Vienna and Gen. Mayer, acting
under advice of counsel, peremptori
ly refused to deliver his official pa
pers with a list of exhibitors and al
lotment of space. The new commis
sioners are completely hampered
•nd will probably appeal to the Aus
trian Government for relief. Mean
while the interests of Amerieun ex
hibitors will suffer.
Denver, April B».—Tho Carl lion all
ver mine and reduction works situat
’ *d in Boulder County, about forty
miles northwest of Denver,considered
one of the best silver mines over
opened in the United Mateo, has
been sold to the Nederland Mining
[ Company for three million dollars,
i The net profits of the mine 'or several
months pn*t have average one
thousand dollnrs per day. Tho new
company will immediately double
the capacity of the mill. Experts
from Holland and England, reported
tlmt there was from two to four
• million dollars worth of ore in sight
and that the mine was worth six
million dollars.
CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, April 80. - A
dispatch this p. in. from Portland,
denies the truth of the former re
ports of the threatening conduct of
the Indians in (‘astern Or gon and
the routhern part of Washington
i Territory, and says the Indians re
main peacefully on their reserva
tions.
Later.-A dispatch just received
from Portland.says the report of the
Bottlers ot Yakima, lo Washington
Territory, balng warned by tho In- 1
(Mans to leavn tho country,has fiuilly i
i been eonffitiled, but the authorities
think the trouble wiis exaggerated.
General Davis and staff lelt Yrokn
to-day for the isiva Bed.
The remains of Hie niff-era killed
in tlielnst fight, ha\o not arrived at
■ Yreka yet.
No news has been received from the
! front to-day.
■ VlkOinia, l!«V, April 30. —At
: Hamilton, last night, a German
named Georg' .Smith, who discov-j
; ere<l himself le ho under surveillance, !
j surrendered to the police and con
| fesaed that hen member of the trio
i who robbed the Hamilton and Pioche
stage and murdered the driver last
Sunday* night. The robbers only nb- |
tnined thirty dollars, after dividing
tvliich they returned to Hamilton
and witnessed the coroner’s inquest.
Two of the robbem are still nt large
but will probably fie captured or
killed to-morrow. There is a strong
probability that all will be hanged
by tlie Vigilantes.
FOREIGN.
London, April 30. -Serrano and 1
Sagosta, late prominent Republican
leaders of Spain, have been forced to
leave the country. Tlie Cnrlists
claim that chieftains Salbullo, Mem
uret, SouUa, Valles and Crytnvl are
Ctpable of concentrating all their
| forces, aggregating 10,000 men, in a
few hours. Saballo is blockading (lie
' city of Vich, thirty-seven miles from
Barcelona.
Parpe & Boessel,
OGDEN, Utah; EVANSTON, Wyoming, '
Dcnlern In and Manufacturers of |
FINE WATCHES !
JEWELRY
| j
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition.
i Repairing neatly executed and all work
warranted
J noy2B w-mlr
Dr. G, G. GiaveUe,
DEALKB IX
DRIP & MEDIUMS,
Green River, W. T.
unYto-wamljr
W YOfIINO
LAPIDARY WORKS,
miLlsEl* Sc P KirPKB, rrop’re
LARAMIE CITY, WYOMINU.
if OSS A 4 Efi. Topaz, Jii*p*r. !tn!»y, eke.,
>1 tn'i a ether Native Stune* cuilo any style
taa dnlfh. The latccet aaeortment of the very
.'n<»;cer»t Native Bton*a elwey* on hand which
wo will fiirnfah at rmaonabe price*. All orders !
f-emptly aMcnded to end vatlafaotlmi goaraa
ed.
I
R. B. ROBINSON,
GREEN RIVER, W. T.
Orders taken for
AMERICAN
An 1 till other kind# of
.
Watches and Jewelry
At lower rate* then auy Hohno lu the Want. '
I
lIEPArR'XO Mono In a rv'nt nimnerand at
| short nolle*. Aleo In Violin*. Vl*- 1
Un-*»lrlfiy*itu4 Bonn,
J. IF. KINGMAN,
Lute Associate Justice
of the
Supreme Court,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE AT
LARAMIE CITY, Wyo. Tf.k.
apm-tr
FIRE ARMS.
Bemingtoa's (Vlrliralcd Breech Lading,
Sporting mid It untlug Rifles,
Mlngle-lmrrol Ilrcoch-lotdln* Shot Uuui.
Hn*:u-I>hrr. I Mu.-.zh*-lou«tM»rf Shot (Jiinn. IL*- i
foivUlg Add Itcpuutink i'ietolk. Vu»i Putki I
Pl«to.i*. Hlntfle and Uottlile-harrvl Derlnxnr*,
Ilroech loatlLnj.) Hide Cue os, Guu Darruls, nun
Monmlng*. Ac.
•A- BK.NX) roll I I.I.t’MTR ATKII Circci.Am.
i#l
'Ye ahall he nMo to ftirnlah oat N«%*
DottllM* Imrrel .Shot Uitu abodl tbu itildulv
of March,
K. Remington & Son*,
loar 8 ,1 m II.ION, N Y.
STEPHEN BON.
i
16th st., opp. Follies House,
II a« |aet received the mnet eetnpiete Block of
GRNTt* AND HOYr
LADIItr AND yiintt*
Boots and Shoes!
or TMB BEVT gCAtiTT
MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS
Ilatin made and Warrarted.
Leather and Fin din ys
Os every deacrlpiton. wlilch he aril* el very In* 1
price* for cash.
All Work WHrruuted !
If yon want e good bargain call oft
BTRIMIRN BON, |
•Ittint' Itrtit, Bttvin Terguaoa ul lily,
OMRYRNffK* WYQMtMQ.
L. T. WILCOX
Will heroafier Icvote hla whole lime and atten
tion to tho Jewelry Muslin*** Ho ha* the agen
cy of tho Throw Principal American Watek
Coni panic*, and will keep, all the lime, a good
aupplv of «>Ol.l) and BILVKK WATt'HKH. wnlcb
he will roll at the manufacturer* retail price*. I
Clock* and Watcher will he neatly and promptly I
repaired and warranted. Conatantly oil bane, •
OPNM. PI9TOLM. AMMUN’ITfON. Ac. Aleo tbt
-mprovemenf on Ihe Winchester, and Is et
clualve BKcnt for tills Territory for Hide and i
the American Watch Co.
Lepalrlaff 'u (hi* line promptly attended to.
Sign of the 810 WATCM. corner of
A mixl Second Htreot*
Laramie, Wyomlnu Terill*rr.
novO. wftmlv
j
DRUG STORE.
Dr. G. F. Hilton,
I
DEALEP IN
DRUGS, PJTtSI MEDICINES
DYE STUFFS. ETC*
Count an tly on hand, Wines and Brandies
for sickness, Tobacco and t’lgura.
OppoMlto Filmic link cry.
FOUTII B BTREET,
l.aramle City, Wyo. Ter.
novlHwamiy
v< rniNT An. ki.iiw or
If Heines# Garde
NO. 11)0.
Kale* lor Transient Ailvorllalng lu lift
Dally aUd Weekly Leader.
All transient advertisements. M*c per lla4
nonpareil onch iiNertlnii, ittt BcJ. *S«k,
t6in •**). (ly-Jct. Local Notice*. per •I fi*,
BourKioi*. each lu-.. -it lftcj,*
(lin-lUC). RC). Local Notlcoej
l»ei line, Itourgeoi*. In Week.y, tit 7fic). (lm-tai).
t«t lftci. (Wiuci. (Gin-Rc). . Uizal Advertljf
tuentn, 91 n(l ]H*r lolio. (ill litlP-S liolipl ) Hint iu
aortion, fSc per fcllo each Biihaobueitt Inaor*
tloti.
11. ulakcKk.
Ktlllld niid I’ruprlelHr.
--*jr
LIVERY,
m m SALE STASIS I
r phc undersigned baring purchnHod the entire
J. IhtCrfat of It, S. \ sta<*f.i.i.. in tlie well
kno\Vn Htuhlo *iiii<,tod on Sia eeutli Street. upt»#*
• l*e P. S. WIN- n** Bank, taken ihic moiliod \6
Inform the Public that lie U prepared to farutell
single A Don hi** Team, nt all fihtirs,
xl.o keep* t.m niilly on Imtiil »i good eupply of
liny anu (Irftlni at m*H*oM:ihle Koto*.
OOUU ArJD »toi3 92*
W. M. WAHD Pronri“.t6r.
2nd ANNUAL
DISTRIBUTION
Td.otO PRBMI V .S,
KANUING IN VALUE
#lO lo O
GIVE3ST
AfS\ A.Y
ITO THE BVBSCRIB 8 OF
DIR FIRESIDE, JtIEUD
Every Kubscr'ber is pure of on* pre
mium Hny way, and also ban an equal
ohanoe of receiving a OABH Premium
OH A PIANO. OR ABN. WATCH,
BKWINO MACHINE, etc . eto.
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
83,000
OIIK FIKRIIIDK FBIF.NB-- Sia tit Psy,
law at .Sit** /llu strafed , Iht Family Weeny, la la
| It* i 1111 C1 > VOLUMK uiid Inn. mi allied the
I LARGEST CIRCULATION of'nny paper pub*
jll lied In tho west. Its Mice,* s liahlos the
nioji. letoi’N In iuniiNh TJIE liibST, MOST l»R*
silt ABLE AND MOST ITNEFUL ORIGINAL’
READING MATTER IN ORKAT VARIETY,
that inotiey can buy, and to mnko It a HOMB
WEEKLY *h! nl <n IhoWftlitHofe very family.
Subscriptloiim prim S 3, i or yi ur of 62 mins*
burs.
j The Eleuuul C liromo
[ “CUTE,”
c lr.e Ifi x 2<> Inch©*, lfl colors,
by all to he tho HANDhOMEBT unit MOST
VALUABLE premium picture In America.
EVERY SUBSI’ItIBER Is presented with chi#
(.'hroiuo at the time of subscribin'/, (no wall*
Intr.i nnd nhn receivesa*NUMßEßED CERTI
KI- ATE ENTITLING THE HOLDER TO A
SHARE In th« dlstrlbuiioii of lu cash
and other premiums.
Thic DiHTitinuTrox Takks Pi.ack on the
second Tuesday in June next. The Chroiuo
and Co tltlcute sent on receipt of prlee.
I HPKCIXKX COPIKS, I'RKMII M I.IST, KIC. f OlV
ino PAUTifCi.AKd sunt free to any ad*
• (Iran,
A OTAITC Kllher local or cutivusalng IM
Mllk.lv I O every town, large tadi
WAMTCn Hll<l *be be**t oniiie.
FI Mil ILU Send at ouoe for terms.
Addroas
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND,
apr.l-dOiu Clilcugo, 111.
oTILL THE BALL ROLLS ON!
A l . fV. Keplinger
I* now prepared to hirnUh the Public with
FUK9II HHI AI), ■•ll’.s and t .VKKf
And In Tact, everything id ho found at a
first clans
! BAKERY,
Al^o
ALL KINDS OF
LUNCHES,
AT Till?
U. P. K A I. El* ¥,
Perguloii Ntroet. ClVe/eniir <V. T.
■■***•'lO-flmd
J. COfiKfSH.
Carpenter,Contractorand B+iilder
WIIOR SIXTKIIm li M'FI'RT,
AVc«t (‘oin ( House, f.licyrjtn#
13LAN* and **po< , ldratlou* fiirnirlu-d f.»r el{'
I Ft ml* of Ihrtldltiva, Hotiae Werk w OO A‘
work rirfrrnlly. Cloao ntlonfion td'cii to
loh 1 VnfU of nt! h'ln/fa.
GEORGE G. GRAVELLE.
Srten Eirer, Wj-ottinf,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
T«tl.,t,eni':. *, P,Atr.nß*. li.

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