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Cheyenne Daily Leader. H. GL.VFOZE, - - Proprietor, iyer's H jiel & French Restaurant K«1 !*■ . «’hcyctine, Wyoming. IhYfiSil, I*rt»j»r<*‘l«r. Tin* astabll-hmnnl liuh Decii thoroughly ruAlled and ir* now re.niy iicciiiiun.idnie It* old patrons and llu* public in dint rule Myle. jtikrZZZZSW And all i lie limn les of iho season always on hand Hlnfflo Me*l*. Board by the Day or Week, a aiiulenUe terms. The Bar is always provided with the best Liquors nnd riirar-. F*»r a f**-4r«l 'leaf, no to the French ltc»- tßitro t.v. XStT Fi'>*' Clns> Fnrnlshod Booms to Rent on i«*souable terms. derio Planters’ House, On Nlxlmuli Slrtnl, three* door* cast ot Joslin & Parl:,s Cheyenne, First Hass Board, $2.00 per day, Till'. raveling Public will find stood ar • *11(01 «lntlnns here. We solicit a (share of yolii p i t or a^. rpiv* Bar la supplied with Choice Cigars 1 uhd tiio coolest of Hummer Drinks at Eastern Prices. W.T.MILLSR, - PFOP’R. iaui7 iy EUROPEAN RESTAURANT, fbarlry 110-s i A. Ilusrlipltr, Prsprittors. Lariunio City, W. T. In It iHer I'tirlif r's old stand, unxt door lo the Post i fl'.Ce. BOA HI) BY Til IC DAY OH WEEK. M KA I.S AT A LL HOURS OF THE DAY OU NIGHT. FRESH OYSTERS FOB s a LB. OR SERVED UP m EVEF.Y STYLE. Choice Cijrar*, luit no Liquors.] Tin- table vei l be silfipllcd with all the Delicacies of the Season. novll Ivdwut CLARK'S RESTAURANT, Aii ! llonvdins Houae, WM. CLA~K, PROP'R, Opposite Railroad House, LARAMIE CITY, W. T. Cltlr.ctia or strangers nlwnyn receive the very he. I niiention at ililn popular house, nnn no pain** or ex pens'- is spared In supply- Irnr the bthh* with every luxury In the mar ket. (I jrM.mr.llng by the day or week at moder ate prices. uovitUr&inlv Wyoming House AND BILLIARD HALL! I. T. ORE77S, - PROPKIETOR This establishment has been thorouahly rotilted -nd is nmv r ady to accommodate all lm old patrons and the public generally *.n flrat-cliiMs style. Carhoiu 'Wyoming:. rIJ-d If EAG-Xali HOUSE, heventeonth st.bct. Eddy and Tholraes,Cheyenne A. S 1.71.710N5, Proprietor. GOO!) day or week Board, and Lodging, at very moderate prices. *Orst class nrcommodntlnnf to transient boarders. The cheapest and bcsi house in town. ieh*24dAwljr FOLD'S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT! (Lain Haiiobnt** Hotel.) B. L. FORD, PROPRIETOR. I.ar? in er Street, between O nnd IT, •IK VI-.R. r- - CO LORA DC Morln »tt. tall Iloiirw. Oysterß, Pish and Damn a Specialty. This house I- eirlre’y new nnd newly furnish •4 tl.roughotr wl:h Him host and latc-t style* All spring beds. Large and airy rooms. tßpiSf Aui. CliJOYcnne OaUtt Weaker. AMERICAN HOUSE! ! ; LEIGHTON & BURKE, Proprietors. ! i The above House ha* recently been opened to Iho traveling public; h Is furnished In the finest Myle Os nay li also In the wosc. THE FINEST FURNISHED ■ ROOMS. The table supplied «Tih every delicacy of the | season. Board by Day or Week, | MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT The hotel l- slt'inted on S xtcenth Street, be tween Kddy find Fcrgusou Streets, cn the situ ' of the old Hollins House. LKIGHTON * BIIHKR. npStf Proprietors. Mechanics’ House, B STREET, LARAMIE CITY. ItEMtV II V I 11, - Proprietor I)OARD BY THE DAT OR WEEK, with or |) without Rootus. iho Bar lb aupplled «rith the Choicest Liquors AND CIGARS. i And the Table furnish d with all the Dellea- t i riles of the season. novlti-w&inly . I UN THE EUROPEAN PLAN. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL I Salt Lake City, Utah. Stojff'M LctlVt* l>«ily for Mining Cntnps. L»ITUATK!) in the basilic** part of the ITIly > with accommodation* for two handr* d guest* L rui* liberal, j SMITH & BIGAZE. Proprietor. scptSl-wly CALIFORNIA KI SI AUCAN I\ GREEN RIVER, W. T.. Mro. M. BURNS, Proprietress. T I IS house ** newTx opened and mnalß are furnished the public in the beat style, at the ilioriesi notice, at flrv coni* per meal. Train* •ton here 30 n*intiles. The houtn i* next tothe Railroad House. nov 30-wad EVANSTON HOUSE. EVANSTON. Wyo, Ter. ncDOVAI.D Ac ROOTIVf I Ddlflr. Proprietor*. ggm The world is full at gg Children crying for Juki mclain’s i Candied Castor Oil. It Is delirious,effective and gk harmless. Thu taat** and ainell of the ('as tor overcome , its cathartic powers are Mr not Impaired. Trice ii eta. VEEIIIFUQE BONBONS are elegant and effective. They resemble Cream Bonbons kept In confectioners’ shops. Children lor* them and cry for them. Trice 2ft cents per box. , ha -U..U.U. u, Ulutv. #.<!.► mcbSl-eod-ly FRANK S. WHITNEY Denier in Erie ami Vandyke COAL. The Latter is equal to that of Booh Spring*- Orders to be left at T. A. Kent’s Store. Corner of Fergusdn and Sixteenth streets. GASH ON DELIVERY AND NO DEVIATION ! f,W-<l3tn CHEYENNE, WYOMING, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1873. MISCELLANEOUS. H. GARUANATI, * TTOIINKY AND CODNAELOR ATLAW. —Office. Whitehead’s block, Kddy street, Cheyenne. Wyoming. Will practice In all the court* of the Territory. sepUMy FIRST NATIONAL BANK OT Cheyenne. ItTIIOKIZED CAPITAL, $500,000 PAID OP CAPITA!. STOCK,- $75,000 • tHrtctora. A. R. CONVERSE, F. E. WARf.EN, SILAS KKED, A. li. NICHOLS, 14. fl. IIAY. Trnnsact* a ernenil Banking business. Buy and sell K.iCllhht’e, L’oltt Hhd (lout Duel. Govern ment Vouchers. Land Waffaiilk. <ic, Cnllecilnna made on all points, with prompt retlirhs. Inter eat paid op Tithe Deposits. A. R. CONVERSE, Prcsldrnl. John U. WILK Cashier aplS-tf I. C. WHIPPLE, SoercHsor to Whipple Bros.. Wholesale sad Retell Des.ev ta GROCERIES, RRO visions, & PRODUCE. Aro preparea te flit large m small ordn* foi supplies ol SUGARS. fNJFFBKS. FlOrn> II4(0\, HAHN. GRAIN AND VEGETABLES. OF AIX ItINDH. FRESH AND DRIED FRUI'I’S. CANNED GOODS Figs Spicer.Sago, ’flaccaronl, Tapioca and (Miron, Fia.orluc Extracts. BAKING POWDERS* dAD< KS. PICKLES. BTC. Wc ”lv« special ntteotlon to the trade In FRESH BUTTER & EGGS And the best quallllea of CHEESE. All or width M e are nfeparetl to offer. In any quautlty, in the best condition, and A t R<<<luuod Prloo*! Store on the south side of Seventeenth street, west of the Post Office. Cheyenne* fchlO-lf THOM & TAYLOR, Manufacturers ot FINE CUSTOM MADE Q^rr.rras-iJi-TTO Wholcaale Dealers 1b FINE LEATHER, FRENCH CALFS AND KIPS, OAK BOLE AN I) FINDINGS. HAVING made arrangement* with Foreign Manufaclurera to Import these articles we will always have on bana the HKBT QUALITIES and will guarantee them as each. All Order, from the Country Promptly A(tended to. Beranteenth St., bet. Eddy and l'erguson. Cheyenne, H'yomluff. povj-d w*ailj- BY TELEGRAPH XKI-OKTXD E \rURhMLT rt)K TMK MORN INO LXAItEH. I MG lit 10 P OH T The Modoc Campaign. Everything Quiet at the : Front. Threatening Altitude of the Nevada Indians, , ' Gen. Shrrmtin on tlie Sit uation. Foreign News. Wyoming Quoted in the English House of Commons. Opening of the Vienna Ex hibition, ILLINOIS. Chicago. Mny I.—A Washington e|•<-<• ihl nij’B tlmt (ifiiuiul itusimtuhen received at the War Department to day give full confirmation of the Press reports regarding the lat' si and most terrible features of the cam paign against the Undoes. As Boon as iliey were received Secretary Uo i beson called on General Sherman and a prolonged conversation ensued. General Sherman had previously ex pressed the hope that the Pre-s re ports were exaggerated, nnd said he did not belieye our forces had been surprised; lie was inclined lo think the story as told in Jhe morning pa ' pers sensational and untrue. The result of the consultation was a deci sion to concentrate all the available forces on the Pacific-slope for the sup port of General Davis. This decision j i j however, Is virtually a repetition of 1 the result or a previous consultation. ! I In aim.v circles the expressions of re ' i gret ami chagrin at the disaster are akin to desperation. 1 lie officers whose lives were sacrificed were well known and highly respected through j out the army. General Lorenzo Thomas, father of Capt. Evan Thom as, called at the War Department tliis morning nnd had nn'iiflivllng interview with General Sherman. Gcnerul Thomas is quite advanced in years and is deeply affected by : his bereavement. In the Ohio State Senate yesterday, resolutions approving the present peace policy towards the Indians Were tabled by a decided vote. , CALIFORNIA- Ykkka, May I.—Capt. Silva and I Mr. W. S. Johnson arrived from the front tie's afternoon, leaving Gen. Gillein’s camp on Tuesday morning. | Air. Johnson learns there has been [ • nothing done since the battle of the I 2Gth. Every thing quiet. No future j policy for fighting the Modocs Is set- | tied upon. The opinion prevails I that it is perfect folly to attempt to whip the Modocs in the manner pursued thus far. No scouting has been done. Nothing has as yet been heard from Lieut. Crans ton and the missing men, who have probably been burned. Eight bodies nre still known to lie upon the field of battle. Cant. Mendenhall's com mand arrived at camp south of Tule Lake on the 28th. Gen. Davis, wilh escort of 25 men, left Balls this morning. Bodies of Lieut. Sherwood and oilier officers arrived at Yreka this afternoon. Sam Framoisco, Cal., May L—A 1 dispatch just received from Yreka states that hII settlers on Butto nnd Bogus creeks have left. Batteries A and Kof4lh Artilloryarecon-.oliclated under command of Lieut. Leary, ! t companies E and Gos 12th Infantry, under command of Lieut. Camp. Probably no active movements will he made ngnlmtt the Modocf at pres cht. J Virginia City, Nhv., May l.— * A mail earrlararrived at Elko from ' the North, reports that the settlers at r Mountain City, Cope district, are greatly nlurined at the IliresUmingl attitude of the I odlans. Snakes and Piutes are pouring in from all direc tions, alt in war paint. A public meeting was ca'led at Montana City to take measures to procure arm-and be prepared for outbreak. FOREIGN. L--NDON, May 2. -In the House of' Commons tills afternoon, Jacob j Bright moved Ihe second reading of j the Woman’s Disabilities Bill. In I Ids remarks in support of the hill, i Bright died the adoption of woman j suffrage in Wyoming Territory nnd elscwln-e, and said that if the meas ure was defeated now, it would tie brought forward again mid again, i Bnuvrle movt-il tliut the second rend- I ing of tin- hill lie postponed for six mouths, and Stcurficld sen iidcd the motion. A tlOhnle followed, at the dose of which the lie use divided and the was rejucted, 22W (u 1 :<5. j Vjknna, May I.—The Worlds’ ex , hibition was inaugurated ibis after noon by the Emperor, with Imposing eeremotth-s. A vast assemblage was present from all parts of Ihe earth. , Proceedings I egan with address from Arch Duke Charles title Emperor, cot grnlulnting his Majesty on this au spicious event, and asking him to prot ounce the i xh.b tion op. h The ] Emperor replied briefly, expres-ing satisfaction at thocoiilplctiou ot prep- , a ntlons for the great Work, and then formally declared the Universal ex hibition of 1878 open. American de partment remains In confusion, hut Minister Jay Is endeavoring lo re pair Ihe effects of previous misninn age m cut. War I>< piiitinent. StGXAt. Hurvick, U. B.Army. i Division of telegrams and reports . for the benefit ol commerce. Meteorological report for Friday May 2, 187 ), at 5 4-1 a. m. Cheyenne, 31° wind west, light Cloudy. Omaha, 43° wind north light, and j j fair. Cnrtnne, 37° wind, north, light and fair. San Francisco, 51° wind west, fresh : : clear. Maximum 69° Minimum ” 29° Parpe & Boessel, : OGDEN, Utah; EVANSTON, Wyoming, | I Denier* In aml MunufftCturera of FINE WATCHES AND JSWELRY Guns, Pistols and Ammunition. I ! Repairing tiHßtlj* r*i't*utt*d nnd till work i Warranted ntivlS w-inly H. GLAFCKE, Real Estate Aqent, Will Sell on Commission, REAL ESTATE IN THIS CITY AND ELSEWHERE IN WYOMING TERRITORY j AND NEBRASKA, ALONG! THE LINE OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD* ! ("'I lleetionn made and pood* of *ll kinds i j bo .Kin and sold on commlMHlon. Now on hand a few desirable lets and dwelling liidieeM In Clto\enne nnd el*e w I tore. Office, Hecond flour, I.k.aiok building. 1 Cheyenne, Wyo. I 1 IMPfinunls of ll nlhernaticul Instrumtuits, * J icroßco|i«*, ulngic Ltimerns, i iSMcttorulogie 1 Instrunit nls, I’IIYMCAI. AI’P.tB.V ri S | Profusely lllUHtratu l and PrufM, mill ed to cny nddreM on receipt of ten r*,n* h. J.f 31 KN W. <|l ■. 9c \ Ac * O o|itliniiN, 024 ruHN il r **f* dot ni«mMV,ti, Plillatlelpliin *nv Y«rk- M**ti Inn •h i. v <:t *a •» ifc‘- hi ibo ( Iteyanne i.sAiica, Ll .'JI-lmi, v I J. IF. KINGMAN, I 1 j Late Associate Justice of the. Sapn inc Coiti% Attorney at Law.; OK KICK AT LARAMIE CITY, Wyo. Ter. j KprH-tf | FIRE ARMS. I ' - ’! •* ' Kcmitigton’s CtltlirateJ Hrttth Lonjiig. i-porlliiit: tiHtl tlniillngKlflea, Slngle-bdrl’ol Breceli-'ii tdlng Shot Cuui. slng ; e*l»arh 1 MinutPi'-Uridlhir sTkm fltins. He vo ving and It!■ prut Dig IMplol*. Veil IVckr j • Plain.e Hluple nlid Duilhlo-barrcl Drrlnvuro. ! (Hro'clt lotidlmf ) lit lb* Canes. Gun llsri-cl«. 4lun Mounting*. Ar. , «- HR.'O) Mm l l.t.fH-t HATKt) diU iiI.AK. At' Wit eltsll )>«• w*lc* t«i fitml - h otli ’ l>vul»le-barr;4 shot Uun ..bout ibu uild.i.f of March. IC. Keminy;toii Son*, mat 1 Bdm ILIO-N. N V. STEPK £M 30N. i i , 16th st,, opp. Rollios House, ! Hat tuat tVI-atvart it... mull cumn .1. .utek ..1 1 I; ■ ! 1 .. .. 1 ,t*b BOVS’ Übitna »<tb hissK* j• J I Boots and Shoes! I • 1 j or tub nxrr quaijtt MEN’S BUFFALO BOOTS I Hunn made and Warraried ; Leather and Findhnjs Os svary doscrlpllon. which he sells al very to* . price* ror ( cnsh All Work Wurruuted! If you want a good burgaiu call on STEPHEN DON. i Blxtiudk ItTMt. Bfttwios Tircusn ud Sidy, CME.VKNNE, WYQMIVO. L.T. WILCOX 1 I Will lierelthef levote Ills whole ttitle mid alien j tl«*n to the Jewelry Ifuslnosa lie hns the .ajjefl cr ol Ihe Three Principal American Wnteh Companies, and will keep, nd the ilmr. a get*4 supply of 1 ’Old) and SILVER WAh.IIKS. wliit h he will sell at iho m anil fuel lire rs refall price*. Clock* nnd Welches will ho neatly and promplh , repaired and uarrrn* I I’on-innily on liana. | HD.V*. PINTOI.M. fl VH VITION. Jte. Alsu th* -nip ro vein e ill on he ' Inchcater. and la er cliinlvo ugriii for :■ r«rrltory for Rlffw and ihe Aniurlcnn Wntrl C . Lcpairlac hi fhl« line promptly attended to. Hlcn of Hie DIG WATC’M. corner of j A n*i«l Htreets.. Laramie, \Vyonilnx Ten Itary. noyD wdrtnlv | Clark & French, (MEffi 111] - -and- WHOLESALE GEOCEES. i < OK. t'AIIMIXtn <>• lITH IT* . OMAHA, IN i:i», *pr l-8m Kiaox.tati hoUsb. Opposite Passenger Depot, (Jokn Prnp’p.i ' < beyenne. Wfomliiff' to I?:*,? vL© 1 RalM for TraiiMlenK AdverlWncln fM Dally ami Weekly Leader. ! . jl. - . • i All tmiifleiit advertlaeinenU. 10c ptrlla* t.nilj) f rell cm it nwrthill, |OI sc), (101-4 D), I (Urn *»’h »ly 3ct. Local .Nh*iicos. yer I'M, ' lUiurgv/i\p. ' vpch in-.. I6c>, Jlkdk). (Int-lOci. ilnißhl. tl»-4r,. Local NidlOM, 1 pet line. Iloiirgfols. In Weekly, tll-lftch (ID #)* 1 0t i6c). t("i uri. iiiui-Het lAtgal AdJNilje* i ni.-ntß.fl 60 per folio. (10 tinea nonp'l4 W , *’Tilon, 76c |mir l*-<iu ««.:lt •uh*«*qakai BMMff* Hut!- , . . It. QLAttkK. i.uiiof and Pruprlewar. | TEED AND SALE STABLE! 'phv und**rMvhi*jtt having itnrchaaeff the ntia L Ini. reel ..I H. s \ anta*mki.Th lh (he i knowii Stable -iitn.l.-d on Slxieenih HireW; Uinl* • slle |*. s. Wl|« n'- Hunk, take* this method M itiforiu ih<* Puhlir lltni lie I* prepared lo fnrwlak MiijD A Double T. aim al all hawk •l*.t keep* . .it -aully on Italitl n gtK»d supply Ot ' fln> aim Grain, at Kensutinhlu Kate*. , oome iLNx> ssaam W. M. WARD Prooriskrr. 2nd ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION T.5,7a0 PRIiMI \iS, UAN-GIN-li in-VALI.T-: r.2< **!«> to S.l, O (11 v l^isr A\N A.V ITO THE SUBSCRIB SOT DIR FlUlli i kIKND Every Bubsor bee in *ur« of ooe WW mium any way. ami also has an aonal chance or receiving a CAfcH Piemfam OK A PIANO. ORA BN. WA.TOS; HEWING MACnIW hi. etc . eto. FIRST QHAND CASH PMMMM 83,000 »IU IIHIvMIIK FBI lt\l» FajM Ptgrr, Sit» , Hiatt ml. d. the Loudly ll *nly t Is la ! li> TlllllK VOI.U.MI. mill liu* Htialnod the I.'UG i sT * mcn.ATH’N ol miy pnt>er ptlb* H lied it i In* went. Its Micro** . liable* the proprietors to furnish TMK BFf*T. Mt-MT |»Rf • sIKAHLK AND MOSI I SKM I. tiHIGINAL • READING MATTI- U IN GItKAT A’ARIKTT. Hint inoncy can buy, niul to rtioKe It a ROME WLOKIvLA’ riiDeil to Hie wutiirtnfgvcry fnlnlljr. KubHcripliotiM urhc M. per year ol Stf iihw hl-rs. Tlic Kli-gmil ('lii-oin« “CUTE” '■lr.c 1« \ •’’’ liieltc-. colors. by nil to hr the ItANDrOMISST unit MOW# , S AM’AHI.K pr.-iultiin pleluht In America. KVKKY flu IW< iiliiJhK Is pfosbhtnd VltH ihfl i ln.mm at tlid tlmf« of MtiharLthlnp. aio whl6» inv.i niul also teeelve*n'NU.MHEKED CERTI* IT ATK KNTITI.ING THK HOLDhR TO A : HIIAHK In ilie dl«*rlliutloii of fv6,000 In cash niul other prcmlttHls. f Tiik Dimuim~r!bM ?Atfßs PlacK on (ho i secontl Tuesday IB .Inin* iP xti Tile Chroht® un.l Co-tlflcnto sent on re.hlpi l)f price. Hckcimen* Topiks, Prkmivm List. Etc., Giv iMi ‘•ri.J- I*a iiticu La its »enl free to any ad it ress. k nry TC KlUier I.h hI or eanviiaslng In MUCfwIO every lowo I »igo ( ash UK AklTrn l»«J “'Hi (>H‘ beat oulll. WMHICU Send ni once for terms. « Athlress nr It MKIXIDK KKIKNtt; apr. 1-ddtii tTilcag.i, 111. STILL THE BALL ROLLS ON! r i i /J. W. Keplinger I* i»"M prepared to fiiruislt t lie I'uhlir wilh FIIKNH KHU.I D, IMUH And ( AKRI \ And In fact, evcryililug lo be feuml ala FIHST class B A K E R Y, ALL KINDS OF LUNCHES, *T Tit* F . I*. It \ K KII V< Fcrgiiloll Mm l ('liAyeune. W.T. nplOffiud J. CORfOSH, Carpenter. Contractor and Builder » hllnf six I'KKN I II sTKKKf. Wwl’D l ('onll House, Clievrnatf |)l.'Y S itutl. "i»i«- ' iilyn« fuiiualieil set «lt , I kfffifc I'uildin.*. I! -.t-r W*i(, or Wodff VC.trk • liernlh . Close ullciit‘mt given ro tnh ll*'•••/- till Kindt. GEORGE G. GRAYELLE, Gresr. r.ircr. W-cminp, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE •x'ct * l v l ;kl if f Ms B ’' »(• - It r .\hr - mm/) NO. 191.