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Cheyenne Daily Leader.
It. iiUP< RK> - Proprietor
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1878.
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RAILROAD TIME TABLE
CXION PACIFIC HAILKOAI).
t Kt.l « t KHOV KA*i nErx:VTWt9T
Pa.sender . 1:1'l p. ro | J’n**cnger . I:Wp.m.
bixao 3.:SOm m. | Ml\«d -t:«ip. m.
k .igh ; 7:10 a. m I Freight 7:40 a. di.
AURITK rilOM wr*T. DKP AttT K A AT.
Paacanger .. Lift pm. Passenger.. *:36 p. m
{fiSS.:;. 9:4liu. I Mixed 10:16 p. m.
Freight 12:30 p. m. I Freight S:tiop. m
Train* between Laramie and Omaha run oi
njnnha time, wlikh I* 30 mlnnlea fa»ter that
Cheyenne lime.
DENVER PACIFIC RAILROAD.
j BRI VS run* IHM Til. IIKPAHT AOITR.
v r ur««» ■ • 1:00 p. m. I Kxprn** ... ‘1:46 p *n.
Freight.. 4:30 p in. | Freight «:4U a. u..
Train* on Oie D.P. Rail way run on Oranha time.
Jlnlf Arrivals and Departure*.
i mil further notice the Post office wl*l Ikj open
fuc delivery and reception of mall matter from 8
>. m. to B’p. m. dally, except Sunday*, ami on
Sunday* ono hour after* arrival of western mall.
Croatia time la the time, of the nffict .
Money order uttev open from 8 a. m. U» ft p. m.
daily, except Sunday*.
Western innllii rlo*e dni'y at 1:10 p. in.
Eastern mail* rloae dally at 1:15p. m
Denver I'acifle It. It . Including Denver and
•oulhari* mail*, rloae at 1:16 p. in. daily.
Moil* arrive from rant dally at 1:10 p.tn.. and
from ‘.he west daily at 1:16 p. in.
Mail* arrive from Denver. Col . and way, via
Denver Pacific 11. It., at 1 p. m. dully.
Matla clDae for Fort Laramie and Fori Feller
mu on Tu«-*d*v* nt 4:30 p. m.
Mails arrive from Fort Laramiw and Fort Pet
terman Monday* at 10:30 u n».
Mall* a rlv« fro n Iron Mountain ou Tliureday
at • p. m.
Mall* doie for In*n Mountain on .Monday at
• :bJ a. m.
W. W. CORLKTT. Poalmaaler.
tV~Onr Authorised Advertisiutr Agent* lor the
Lf.Atir.u are. in New York. 8. M Pcttenglll A Co.,
tT.Dark Row, Geo. I*. U-nvell A Co., 40 Park Row,
and IlndNin A ■ net. H Park Roa ; in Chicago,
rook. Coburu A Co.. 87 Dearborn *1: In 8t Lout*,
Sheffield Jt Stone. 4*21 North Sixth rt : and In Cln
rlnnati. Cook. Coburu »t Tavior, 11, I*ike a Opera
fcjuee bulidlnr
Mr. l\ A. Buckingham ha* brrn appnln’edgene
ral agent for the ChuyvtiftC Daily and Wyoming
Weekly hr. vnx He 1* authorized to solicit rub
aerlption* f<*r th< two edition* of the Lkaiikil
to collect bill** due till* office and to take orders
for Job prlntl ig. which orders will bo executed (
without delay ami I* a uuui and workmanlike
manner.
—A lecture to younpr men «t Con
gregational Church to-morrow even- ,
lug. Subject: Character. ,
(liryiieit* Graded School
Report of the Principal to the Hon- 1
orable School Hoard, Jit the school 11
week, ending Friday,June 20, 187-'l
Number pupil* in twhool preceding woek.llfo 1
*' “ cnrolletl during the " •' i I
*• ** ansnended “ *' " Os
" " withdrawn * ft
•• " la'ioniting lo nchool “ “ 121 ]
** •* tardy marks •• •• |ur»
•• “ dny a al»*w > n«'C *' ** 9» (
Average dtUly nttendunee *' “ *' l'»7
*' " pcr*.*riil. <»f allelidanee •' " 87
N.wiiA . h stauk, Prlncipa'. j
Liberal Hepubllranlam. 1
The liberal republican organs of 1
the country, ted hy Iho Tribune* of 1
New York and t'hlcago, have taken
especial pains lo ridicule and con- ,
deinn the beautiful and sacred cere- j
mony of decorating the graves of sol- ,
diers, who gave their lives that their ]
country in'ght live. In their incon- I
sistent amt. <in)iist red'ctlons upon
the comrades of lallen soldiers, who 1
eonsiderit a holy and pleasant duty
to thus honor the dead heroes, these
Journals have nut-Heroded their new '
allies and tselaboren, the Democratic 1
press of the country, the editors of
which have had the good sense to j
keep at least -Meat on the subject, if
they had nothing to say in its favor.
No newspiper, however influential, j
can convince the people of this conn- '
try Unit the time hnsarrived toslight 1
the memory of the men who snug- ‘
gled, bled *nud gave their lives for 1
the most righteous cause, tlio salva- t 1
tioii of their country. Life to them (
was as sttoet, the lies of family and
friendship n« utrnng, ns to those who 1
remained behind; bn' their country '
was dearer than life, nn I justice and 1
liberty more precious than home and *
friends. Men of llmt stamp n.e the 1
nation’s strength and hope, and it Is ’
•by (laying its choicest honors to them 1
that the true spirit of patriotism Is |<
foster ’d. They left us, who survive,
a rich legacy. Tile glory of their '
deeds, the memo y of their sacrifice,
'will reumiu with the nation through
life, teaching to the young thnt there '
Is something better than wealth, or 1
■even life. Kvery sight of the old
Sag snould bring to mind the devo
tion o' th so who preserved it as the ,
emblem of a free and united republic.
The Dealt, of Hod II W. Clark.
The stock of the J,nke Shore and
I‘uion Pacific railroads di dined two
per.ent. at the Niw Volk stock ex
change, rorn nfter tliu death of Mr.
Clark became known.. The latter
evrnt makes Mr. Duff acting Presi
dent of tlie Union Pacific railroad
and Augustus fccliall ueting President
of the luike h-liorc cclnpiiny. Mr.
Clark was President of thou tuo
mads, and Vice-President mid di
rector of the New York Central rail
road and the Western Union Tele
graph Company, llisdeutli is a sad
blow to the railroad interests of the
country ; a yum of vu>t experience,
business capacity, and with immense
capital at Ids disposal, ho wielded
moreinfluonce in railroad circles th»n
any other inun of tlie present day,
Vanderbilt orHcott not excepted
—The undersigned liss lids day ta
ken up a stray horse branded on tlio
left hip willi Hie letters K. N. C.;
color, bay. The owner can have the
homo by laying charges and for this
advertisement.
John Txi.iiot,
Jne 4-ts Halfway House.
—The Wyoming Monthly Sol
ves ib, for June, has been issued,and
is for sale at the I.kadeh office and
*t PostV Nows Room. Jncfi- 1
The Ohio Kioto Convention
Theunanimity ofex|>ression among
. ' the delegates of the Ohio State Con
vention argues well for the success of
thejßepublican ticket on the second
Tuesday of October next. If the ac
tion of u convention can be accepted
as tlio index ot popular sentiment
among the people, we look forward
to a grand victory in the fall election.
What better record could a purty
give than the one submitted by Gov
ernor Noyes when called upon for a
speech ? The Governor said :
“Our party has had control of nffairs
In Ohio lor sixteen years, and during
this time nu man lias been able to
find any evidence of corruption,fraud,
or mismanagement on llie part of
any person elevated to a position of
honor or trust by the |aop!e. The
StHto authorities have, during this
time, collected $89,-118,303, and none
of tlio vast sum lias, without warruut
of law, found its way into the pock
ets of State officers, nor Inis ono dnl
lnr been squandered or improperly
expended. An investigating com
mittee in the Legislature, composed
chiefly of distinguished attorneys,
whose chairman was a lawyer of
grout experience and ability, and the
leader of the Democratic side of tlio
House of Jt'presentaiives, nfter re
maining iu session three or lour
months, after examining everybody
who was suspected of knowing of
any misconduct in olfici, was com
pelled to in ike tile following utumi
mous report:
‘file examination lias taken a wide
range. One Inin ired mid nine wit
nesses, residing in various parts of
the Slate, have been siilq (enaed nod
examined lunching public contracts
and expenditures, construction of j
public buildings, conduct of public
institutions, All matters, with- j
out reference to the date of their oc
currence, coming tn the knowledge
of the committer, tlmt seemed to
promise any probability of throwing
any light upon the subjects of inqui- j
rv, or any of them, have been dill- !
gently inquired into.
Volt' commitke take pleasure in
repnr log ti.'*, so far as elective otti
cera and subordinates are concerned,
very commendable honesty and fidel
ity have been observed; and that in
the official conduct of no public offl- [
cor, whether elective nr appointive,
has corruption been disclosed.’ ”
With such a glorious record as this,
why should nut a party be victoriou-?
Grand Olebrallon of tlir 1)71 li A■)lllvrr
■*')' of Anirrlrnn Indrpeiidenre, .1
Cheyenne, W.T.. July nil, 187 U.
The day will bo ushered in hy the
ringing of hells ami firing o( cannon.
At sunrise u national salu c will be 1
fired.
At 9 n. in. the various fire compa- 1
nles will assemble at their respective ;
iiouses.
At 9:30 a. in. tlio companies will re
pair tn the rendezvous, on Eddy St. !
between lKth and loth streets, where
they will be ussigned their positions
in the line by the Chief Engineer.
The reception committee will, un
der the direction ol llie Chief Engi
neer, make suitable preparations for
tlie reception amt entertainment of
companies or delegations from abroad.
The procession will start promptly
at 10 n. in., headed by tlio Military
Bund from Fort Russell, and will pa- 1
rude through the streets of the city.
After the parade, orations will lie
delivered hy several piomiucut
speakers; there will also be other
exercises. Programmes giving order 1
oi exercises will be issued by tiiecum
mlttoe of arrangements.
Affer the exercises of llie day, there
will ho
A trotting •■nee,
A running race,
A pacing race, and
A scrub race.
Also foot racing, sack ra-es, riding
a wild steer, boat races, and various
other kinds of amusement.
A list of the premiums and all oth- 1
or particulars will bo publislie 1 in
small programmes.
In the evening there will be a dis
play of Fireworks.
A grand hull will lie g'ven iu the
evening, under tlm auspices nf Hm
Pioneer Hook and lutdder Company,
the proceed., to be applied toward
liquidating the del t on their new
lious'.
Every one, old an young, at home
and abr.md, is cordially invited to
participate Iu the celebration.
Turn out aid enjoy yourselves.
All will lip welcome.
Ity order ol the Com. of Arringe
inents.
For any further information ad
then
M. K. Wai.hhavp.x,
Chief Engineer Fire Dept.,
Cheyenne, W. T.
—Mrs. Hlmpson. 1 nrninie City, is
solo agent in Wyoming Territory
for tlie Bices Hewing Machine. A
complete assortment ill ways mi hand.
Other machines taken in exchange.
UI Kin the counter will hereaf
ter hud for sale tiie Wyoming Week
ly I, kadkh, (lie plainer newspaper
of this Territory, hlso tne Siir ck vi a
tlio only magazine published in Wy
oming, full nf chn|.reading matter
interesting to families and every nne.
Hack numbers can In* obtained tipoti
application, at MrK.Simpson’.,(‘ Street
Laramie City, Wyn, Ter.
mart Idwtf
—The celebrated stallion, Green
. Mountain Boy, has been placed tin
| der the care of G. A. Emery, at Em
ery Park, near tlie Lake. He will
make tne season at tlie above place.
For terms see advertisement in to
day’s paper. ts
®
II fill I L.U Eddy Si. tiovtily
-For Sale or rent, with or without
furniture, a house containing four
rooms For particulars, address I’.
! O. Box 139. May 2t) tt.
—lce C'ruiin! Ice Cream! Soda
Water and t'onfectin cry at Ellis’ on
EJdy street. 221-ts
—The ltaffie for tlio I’. H. & L.
Truck House, will take place at L.
Katils’ store, Saturday evening, June
21st. . 233-2 t
War Dopartinent.
Sign at, Sehvick, U. S.Aiimy.
Division of telegrams and re|iorts
for tlie benefit ol commerce.
Meteorological report for Friday,
June 2d, 187.3, at 9-09 IJ.l J . M.
Omaha, 78° wind southeast nnd gen
tle, cloudy.
C'orinne, 08° wind northwest nnd
tre-h, clear.
San Francisco, so° wind southwest
brisk, clear.
Denver, 71° wind south nnd fresh,
cloudy.
Portland, 87 wind southwest and
fresh, cloudy.
San Diego, (i2 J wind southwest and
gentle, fair.
Cheyenne, 70’ wind south and ,
fresh, cloudy.
Maximum '* OO’
Minimum ” fi2°
STOVES.
HARPER & IIOUSMAN,
NEW BRICK BLOCK,
FKIIGHSoN ST., Opponltc Font Ofllcc.
Clt yenue, Wyoming,
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL
de*i«r* in
Parlor, Cooking & Heating Stovs
A complclf aaaortpicnt of
i
Tin, Copper Sheet Iron
Ann
Li ollow -AV are
I
WLI. BE KEPT OS IIA D
Metallic Itooflng ami Job II or.'.
I
attended to.
Shelf Hardware
n (treat vnrie'y. CtPlery, r<»o!«. D'tvr
*. Rhke*. *7.<od«n Wure. etc.
■ nrllCtf
F. SSCHWEICKERT,
.
In liim IVotv ILrick Store.
'Uxtecuth Street, bat. Edij t: rcr^nsony
Ciiun s r:, Wvojitxo,
Dealtr in
[HAEDWAEE,j
Hails, Spaßo3,
Vioks, Bcoops,
Bhoveis, Uecliaaicu Touie, j
{House Famishing Goods, j
OK JSVi:UY VARIETY.
Jonalnntly on lmnd n comploto Htock c ]
Foittigi) A liomoßlln i'oeket
anti Table
1 P tTLt-Ry. j
ai*o a Ijtrgt* ami well I stock of
[Cooking and Heading Stoves, 5
Toy« nnd Fniiey
of every clencrlptlon. ni*o
PLAIN. riIEPSIPD. ami J A PANNED
I TINWARE. I
All .lob Work in our lint* «!nne :«t nbor*
notice, nt rcnsiiiiiiLlc rate* ami wnrraiilcii t.
i<l'c *>r.tl.sfnct|«»n.
M'ir Onlvra from » * country promptly ,
►r deil to. ttd22*ly
I
ELKHORN
Livery and Sale ;
STABLE,
i.Ahiu y A R- l * Did Hln.Ml.t Slxtecu 4 b. *«.
FRANK HaNTER, P.:CP R.
FNF. TC'tNOUTti AND S M D'.K 'O S tj
aiw. y* k p oi, hand. Price , t: •.«««>
8 oc'x hou.h .’tid «ol(t.
quo f
FIRE ARMS.
i
’ Wll—!■ ii, f| |
j i
Eemingtoa's Celebrated I'rtttb Leading,
Mporllntr Uial limiting Itiflos,
; Sii,|{lc-l»nrrel Drecch-ioadlng Shot Duns,
Flag c-b*rr.-l Muzzle-loudlng siiot (inns. Re-
Movitiy and Hcpetting Pifto >. Vest Puckc
l'l*l©!-. .Single ml Double lior,e! Derituerfi.
■ Drench londfm;,j ititle Cane*. Gan Rarral*. tinn
, Mounting*, dkc.
i *?>- Skni> roa Ilmtstkatisd Circular.
'^l
90- \r<; ahnll be nblo to f:*rnl*h otn New
Poiiblo barrel Siiot Gun about iho uiidulu
of March,
10. Ac Soiin,
mirß dim ILIO\, N Y.
W ¥0.7! IMG
LAPIDARY WORKS,
LOUIS HJLI.LR Prop’r,
-AHAMIE CITY. WYOMING.
».€039 A 4 HR. Topnz, Jasper, Ruby, elr.,
\ I »n■! a ether Native Stones cut In tny •>• v!a
iho liman. The laigeat a**ortnient of ther ve:*
m >:cchi Native Atone* nlwny* in, hh?id whicV
we will furniah at reasonnhe price*. All order*
promptly alien.led to uud MiiUL-iciion gunran
teed.
i
M. GUMINGS,
WHOLESALE GROCEH
AND DEALER IN
TEAS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS,
WINES m LIQUORS.
Price* Always the Lowest Order*
Promptly Filled.
249 DOUGLAS STREET, 051 AHA,Neb
apr. 1-flm
KELLIS’ |T\
Original w
! HAY FORK. A
THE CHEAPEST AND \
MOBTEFFECTIVETMPLE- \
MENT FOR LIFTING AND \
BTACKING HAY YET IN- I
VENTED. IT WILL UN- 5 1
LOAD AN ORDINARY 1 l
LOAD OF HAY, IN THREE I
TO FOUR FORK FULLS, \
IN FIVE MINUTES, AND \
DELIVER IT ON TOP THE 1
STACK, SAVING MOST l
OF THE LABOR OF MEN l
AND HORSES. I
WE FURNISH A SPE- I; I
CIAL PAMPHLET GIVING
FULL DIRECTIONS FOR
USE. ;
PARTIES WRITING US,
PLEASE MENTION IN
WHAT PAPER THEY
READ THIS ADVERTISE
MENT.
SEMPLE, BE6E k CO., \
13S0UTHMAINST.
BT. LOXTIS. J
I H. GLAFCKE, Sole Agent for Wy
oming Territory. 207tf
; BURNT OUT, BUT NOT DISSOURAGED,
I
Ciinkolh Su Dronc.y
YTroiiid roappctfiiM' announce *o the clll/.*n«
i \V or CM ey cun** attt! vicinitv. thil tluv nr-*
ready so- bu*lnu*« ui.il will keep for rn'.e a full
a**orim«ntof
Staple and Fun.cy
GHOCTCrtIIHS,
! BREAD, PIES,
CAKES,
COXFK CTIO XL It Y,
H3T RCLLS, &c. &e.
)uuei4-tf
I OH Island
HORSE & MULE
shoes.
The only forged shoe
la the meiket, drain
out by bom meting m
by hend, and eoual ttt
birdoeu to bond mode
■hoe*, eoetlug Blaek
■mlth* about the mum
m Rene Shoe Iron In the her, ued tn the Boat in
•referanee to oil other brand*, and now u*od by
moot of the prominent thoera in BU Loui* end
Chloego. Particular attention oollod to the
fi«aw» Shoe lor Trotting Hone*.
Woorealao AganU for the Nadoßal W*hl*l
Ran* Noilo. aoMple* sent to porttoa apply
lag. who will ploaaa mention the nape* In whloh
they read thi* adrartlaemont.
Semple, Birge & Co.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
13 SOUTH MAIN ST.. BT. LOUIS.
H. OLAI'H'KK, Sole „\«{ci»t t«»r
9 Hi\nn Territory. J ;
DRY CCODB, ETC.
h£arks & Myers,
Wholerale and Rataii Dealer* in
STAPLK Ac FANCY
Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
Ladies’ and Gents’ Boots and Shoes,
HATS,CAPS,
AI.SO A FINK SKLKi 1 ION OP
Ladies' and Gcals' AkanJre Kid Gloves,
LA DIES'
Dress Goods !
SHAWLS. CLOAKS,
G'assimeros, Velvets and Tailors’
TnHWCMING-S,
In fact everything found in a flf9t cla** Dry
Goods and ('lothimr Store. We nl*n keep con
stantly on hand large assortments of
Carpets, Oil Cloth,
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS,*
THUNKS, VALISES, Ac.
apr-Dtf
CONVERSE
& WARREN,
DEALERS iw
UHu] ■T2»Iy
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
liirror:, Lamps and Cntlery,
WiIMDOW CLASS
Silver Plated ami Brittunnin Ware,
Carpets & Curtain?,
Oil Cloths, Mattings nnd Mouldings,
BEDDING,
Upholstering and Cabim-t .Uatorial,
WALL PAPEE,
We give Special Attention to repair
ing mid Framing Pictures,
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Walnut, Rosewood an-1
COFPXHS,
16th St., Che eune.
Jan. t-1 } ear
IN :’KO !>Tt: coriir, I.ARAMIK . 01 STY.
In ha ”i*m«t i f 'he* rotate of Janiit* K. Fo,e*-
iit‘C>*e«o<l:
Al* C ■•rlMora nf *• It t'atn'e nrr »-rrrb\
tiff* fi iftl *i*i t Tn t,l ..r *nlcl '*s,:i t* xvl-l he
in u*l; *i: .Iu lu x’ i« r**i or the Frohv* <mi i. c«»m
tnc.e, ,J„ \ i; r::*
W. I» 1* t«»
j« 1 it: A' - nr .
JEWELRY AND WATCHES
To the Traveling Public!
Th.* running arrangement* of train* ate nov
*tieh a* to ctv« all who arc par:iut£ C’heyeniv
TIME TO SEE
;>NCLB Bill! rAVOTIITK CHILD.”
TIIE RICHEST AND LARCJKST STOCK OT
IIS TIIK WEST.
Noveltle* In IfIOSS ABATES, TOPAI an*
other Native bloiiea, a* wall a* axqui*ito produc
tion* from
NATIVE COLD!
Snre to please and interest all. It 1* but a fef
step* from the Depot to
jcsus i mn stuusnmß,
j
To the stay at heme Public l
Bend yonr order* to
JOSLIN At PARK,
To any Other Man!
Boy your Watche*.Clock*. *velry or ary nine
t*ood* '.n tlii.*- lint*. .>1 A PARK
Cheycune, W. X.. either by order or In pvraon ,
AND gut
YOUR MONEY’S WORTH!
GIVEN AWAY.
A FINE GERMAN CHROMO.
WK *BND AN KL..Ga.N t* CII .ONO. MOt'NTKD AND
HR ALi T Foil FBAM.Mi, THE A To RVAUY AOi.NI.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
UNDERGROUND
—OR,—
Life Below the Surface,
BY Til OS. ll’. KNOX.
912 Pages Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings -
ll.lita, locldnnl. .nd Arrlti, n', heyond the !
Light of Dbj ; Hartllug Ail von irroa in all parte j
of ihe Worm; Mine* nnd Mode- of Working
them: Uii'iercur'ent* of Society ; (L.milling *iia I
lit- Horrors; i nvern* nnd their Mysterle*; Thu
Dark Wav* .»f Wtckeduea*; l*rl*on* nnd tli*lr j
>o--re. a: Ib.wu in tlio Dep lihof i liu hen; Stint ue
Borin* of the Di led ton of Criron. The bo< k
treat* of experience with brigand*; night* In
opium den* mid gamli'lnt; ho'.l*; llie In prison;
•’urine >.f nxiic*; advaiilure* ntnong Indlotif;'
Journey* througi, *<-wcra a-d c*lac«>iub»; uccl
dent* in mine*: pirate* *nrt n’rnrv; tortnr** of!
tin- Inqiilfltlon; wonderful nurglarie*; under-!
world of the great cltle*. etc., etc.
Wc want agent* for till* work on wlilcli we j
give exclusive territory. Agents ran make SIOO
a week in Belling till* book, hend for circulars i
and tpecin. term* lo agent*
J. B RUHR A HYDK.
lIAQTPOUD. CONN., on CHICAGO, JL.
WANTED BOOS AOEIfS
-FOR TUB—
GREAT INDUSTRIES
OF THE • NH ED BTATEB.
ltd'' PAUB* Ann SOO r.xonATixrjM. rnntrED in
**lol.l*ll AMD OinXAh, WHITTKK |»T 2) KMIMftNT
avthok* i*n.t ntKo joii.n m ooioii, tins, i.koe
Case, ROW A nil IH-WUSI), H*V. F. EOtttN IIALI*.
raiLir nii’i./t, slijxut Hiton.HK. uouace ohhk*
LET. RTC.
This work i* * complete hlf’ory of all hranrhe*
of liidust rv, p i-c.-'»*!•* of m tnnfaet nre etc , In a I
»ge*. It I* ■ complete encyclopedia of *r;* an I
man n fart tire*, anti 1* the mo»t entertaining an l
▼.‘iltiahlo w:.rk of Information on -übject* of g«* ,- .
era) 1 tere*t ever offered t*» the pub Ic Wo give
our agent* the cxc!it"lvo rlirht of territory. Oi« i
ot our agent* *old 133 iopli* In elgbl day- a-,
other sold JWW In to, week*. Onr agetit In lln •
for J sold 3t»7 In one week. Spi-clmen- of r !*«•
work sent to agent* on receipt of • r
cirrniar* and :«r.n« so agent* add cj fi lb* »»h
HAwrr-»Hu, r+i<rx , t
Pease & Taylor,
£itrre**oea to W. D. IVaae.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I
DIALKK* IX
Family Groceries
TKA9 of the Beet Impo'-latlon. Rio. J*‘ a as
Mocha COFFEE, CANNED GOODS «i *1
sort*.
New York Factory Cheese
Ham, Bacon, Breakfast Bacon
-AND—
DRIED BEEF
JELLIES, all kind* of M»at Sauce*. Chocolate
Cocoa, haco. Tapioca, Oat meal. Crackad
Wheat, back Wheat and the beat of
Colorado Flour,
a ARDEN SEEDS. Rutter Ladle* and Priat*
Churn*, Pails and Ka*ktla.
All good* delivered free of charge within the
City limit*. apIT-lf
Heilman’s
Clothing Emporium
RIXTKENTH NTKKKT.
Kkkp thk largest and best stock
of Flue
CLOTHING
and Genta'
FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I
Trunks and Y sllses
In the Weal, which thay are eelllOE to
DEFY COMPETITOR l
Go and look at their Good*.
B. HELLMAN.
STEPHEN SON.
16th st., opp.. Rollii S House,
liaa )u*t rrcalved the moat eompteta atoek ol
liKNTI’ AND BOVS*
LADIES* AND fIIMSKS
Boots and Shoes 1
or tmk *s*t gttAurr
MEN'S BUFFALO BOCTS
n*nn made and Warranted.
Leather and Findlnya
Os every description, which hr eel)* at very !• t*
price* forcaah.
A.ll Work Wurruuted !
If yon want a good bargain *all on
ATKPDKN RON,
llxtMxdfc (irut, l#tw**B rerguo* si XiAy,
CHEYEHNB, WYQMtHQ.
Itlunlc or Prlnlet
SHIPPING TAOS
—AT TIIK—
Leader Office,
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