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VOL. VIII. Dyer’s Hotel & French Restaurant Eddy street, Cheyenne, Wyoming^ DYER, Proprietor. This establishment has been thoroughly rentied and Is now resly to accommodate Its old patrons and the public In first rate style. Fresh Oyst'ers^^ A nd all the luxuries of the sea-on always on hand Single Meals. Board by the Day or 'A eeh. s moderate terms. . . . , The Bar la always provided ?wlth the beat Llaoore and Cigars. r a (<ood Meal, go to tbe Freuds Itee siraut. IgpFree bus t<» and from all trains. WALKER HOUSE, MAIN STHF.KT, 8 ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. ELIAS HOTCHKISS, Agent, Proprietor, And l,t« of tbe St. Jnraee Hotel N. Y. City. TUB ISST HOTEL IS UTAH I novSt-dly Taylor's Hotel, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. W '•*» Side Hast Teen pie Street. SALT L AJKJE CITY. Board by the Day or Week. \W~ ltoo m ■ w'.ih or without Board. J1 TAYLOII Ac CI'TLER, .... Props novl7-diy American House, Banks & Reid - Props. Board by Day or Week, with or without Lodging, at Reason- Rates. The Bar is supplied with tiie Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. SIXTEENTH STREET, Cheyenne, VVyo. Wyoming House, Rock Springs, W. T. W. J. Ward, - Prop’r. THIS HOTEL IS CONVENIENTLY LO’ATTD clo-e to the dapit. The inhlt l- *ni>pli<*d with all Mie dnlicaci s of the rua-on, ami the bar la stocked with llie best imported liquor* and cltrara. Board an 1 lodging by the day or week at rea -enable prices. jan'JS-dly Planters House, LEWIS MORRIS, - Prop- Sixteenth-St. Cheyenne, - Wyoming*. (Opposite First National Bank ) Tills HOTEL la located close to the Depot, and offers Superior AccominocaLlout, to any Hotel, for the same price. It-The rooms have been newly re-luruised. ■co ait n I 82.00 per Hay or HOARD, ■ $7 o<> * |>er (m 23 dtf) Blacksmith and Wagon-maker. A gent for tlio STUDEBAKER WAGON. BUCKEYE MOWER, Dr. Eli Sweet’s I*;itout HORSE POWER ELEVATOR AND POST DRIVER. Iron and Hard Wood for Sale All kinds of LIGHT WAGONS and BUGSIES built to order. All Work Don- at the Nhortcnt Notice, ££TALL WORK WARRANTED Hits., CHEYENNE, WYO. (raH 3in) EAGLE HOUSE, Bevvntrenth at, bet. Eddy and Tholmes.Cheyrnna A- BI.tI.WO.SSi, Proprietor. GOOD day or week Board, and Lodging, at verv moderate price* Pirat class accommodations lot ran ideal boarders. The cheape-t and beat Bouse In leb^iaJtwly U. P. R. R. DINING HALL, S. I. FIELD, Proprietor. A LAO General Commission Merchant And Dealer In Dry Goods and Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, etc. GRKU3I RIVER, WYO. decl7-dly JEWELRY & WATCHES ! Xo theJTravellng Public : he running arrangementa of train- «r- now •uch aa to give ail who are passing Cheyenne TIME TO SEE The Richest and Largest Stock of IN THE WEST. Novelties la flow* Agatea. Tepaz and o*her Native Mtouea, aa woll as exquisite pro duction* from NATIVE GOLD ! to please and Interest all. It 1* but a Tew step* from the lx pot to JOSLIN & PARK’S ESTABLISHMENT. Xo flie Stay -at-Home Public ! Scud your order- to JOSLIN & PARK. Xo any other nan ! Buy your Jewelry, or any other goods lit this line, of JOSLIN & PARK, CHEYENNE. W. T., either by order or in person and get your Money’s Woi-lli. ATTENTION Grower^ '^^RBpUCSHEEPDIjp THIS ID A STJRE CURE FOR BCRKW WORM, SCAB AND Foot Rot in Sheep. It also Kills Ticks, Lice and all Para sites that Infest Sheep. Prevent-Scratching and grcaily improve- the duality of the Wool. One gallon of the Dip, properly diluted with water, wl 1 be sufficient to ill* one hundred sheep, so that the cost of dipping Is but t in re trifle. »nd sheep owners will find that they are amply repaid by tbe im proved health of their fl-ok*. This Dip tsgnnrante d to cure when used sc cordlng io direction, and to be vastly superior to Corrosive Sublimate. Sulphur. Tobacco and other remedies wbica have heret fore been used by farmers. Circular- sent, postpaid, upon application, giving full direction- for its nee also, cerilfi cate- of prominent sheep-growers wno h-vo tt-ed »argo quantl'le- of the Dip. and pronounce It the mo«t i ffective and r liable Cure Mild Pre ventatneof Scratch aud other kindred disease* Ih Sheep. For Sate by HURLBUT BROS., Cheycuuo, YVyo. [ un>6 div Gat) CHEYENNE, WYOMING, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1875. BY TELEGRAPH ftiroKTIS SXFRXSMXT FOB TBS BOKNIKO LEADER. NIGHT KEF OK T The Whisky Prosecutions. Removal of Revenue Officers Silk Importers Next. — Rifles and Ammunition for the Rebels in Pennsylvania. Miscellaneous News. Washington May 18.—The Sioux Indians called at the Interior Depart- ! ment this afternoon to pay their re- 1 spects to the Commissioner of Indian ] Affairs. New York May 18.—Officers of the j Treasury Department are in town j under instructions from Secretary | Bristow, to thoroughly examine the ' records of silk and lace importations I for the past two years, in connection with the recent arrest of Lawrence, deputy collector Desanges, aud [oth ers. A Havana letter states that high way robberies and murders are so frequent lately iu the streets of that | city, that the acting Captain-General, j I who was robbed of a watch and jew elry worth four hundred dollars, has ordered all culprits hereafter to be tried by the military authorities. It is stated that frauds in the im- 1 portation of crape and mourning goods have been discovered, as hav- j ing extended through the past two | years, in the appraisers department j and custom house in "this city, and j one of the examiners has resigned. Examinations of the books and ac counts of the wholesale whisky deal ers and rectifiers nre going on very j thoroughly here, but no irregularities 1 have been found. The World says Sharkey, the mur derer, is on boaril the steamer Cres- | cent City, in charge of detective Davis, en route troin Havana to Now York. Philadelphia, May 18.—Chandler, i liart & Co., boot and shoe dealers, sus pended. Liabilities between SIOO,OOO and $1:15,000. Tyrone, Pa., May 18.—Rifles and ammunition for the use of the sheriff of Clearfield county, passed through here to-day. Parks, the organizer aud union agitator, lias gone westward. Several warrants are out for him. Mahoning, Pa., May 18.—Early this morning a fire in Centre street de- j stroyed six business houses and seven ! dwellings. Loss $75,000. Chicago, May 18—Secretary Bris tow has removed Col. Munn, super- | visor of internal revenue for Illinois, and appointed A. C. Mathews, of Pittsfield, Illinois, in his place. Mathews is collector of Internal Rev enue for the 9th revenue district. Omaha, May 18.—Mr. McPherson, living near Columbus. Neb., while visiting some friends Sunday night, left four small children at home. During his absence the house was burned and three of the children burned to death. It is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Cincinnati, May 18.—Reuben R. Springer, of this city, proposes to give I $125,000 towards the erection of a grand music hall here. Memphis, Tcnn., May 18.—Major John P. Strange, one of the most prominent business men of this city, is dead. J. W. KINGMAN, Late Associate Justice j of the Supreme Court, Attorney at Law OFFICE AT LARAMIE CITY, Wyo. Ter GOVERNMENT SALE, Cheyenne Depot, Wto.. April 2, 1875. VUILI. BE HOLD AT PUBLIC ACCTTIOIC, at the TT Quartermaster's Depot, Cheyenne, Wyo ming, on llie loth day of June, 1875, com mencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., a lot of con* demned Quartermaster's stores and Cloth ing and Cainp and Garrison Equ(page, con sisting of 12,iM) Grain Backs ; &> Army Wag ons, Harnwa, Tools, ami Mlacelmneous Store*; 206 Cavalry Jacket*; 75 Pair Trows em; 1m Great Coat*; 44 Tenta, and other Items 100 numerous to mention, j Terms—Cash, In U 8. currency. Property to be removed by purchasers within two days. JAS. M. MOORE, mys-6td Major aud Quartermaster. Bids for Wood find Hay. j Headquarter* Def tor the Putt*. OFFICE CHIEF yi’ARTKUHA-TE”. Omaha, Neb. April 15, 187 V SEALED bids. In anpltcate, with guarantee, signed by two re«p.<us bie parties, not b d < ers, that they will become bond-rue.. on award of coutracts, will be received at. thl* office uuli) 11 o’clock a. m., on Frldny. May 14. 1875, at which I time and place they will be opened in presence of bidder*, for the delivery of a quantity of WOOD AND HAY, I at the stations in this command, vlx : Omaha Depot Omaha Barrack-. Port nartsnfT, Fort McPherson, North Platte, Sidney Barracks Fort D. A. Ku-aell, Chevenne Depo*. Fort San ders. Fort Ered Steele, Fort Bridger, Camp 1 Dong's**, Fort Cameron, Cam - K*>bin»oii, Camp s-heridan. Fort Laramie. Fo*-t Feltennan, Camp Stambatigh, Camp Brown. ' Bids for the supplies to be delivered at eaeli of the above n.ur*d stations, wilt also be received 1 up to the s-tme day and hour, allowing for differ ence of time hi ail posts in telegraphic commu nication with Omaha, bv the respective Quarter masters at said stations, at »hich time and Elace* they will he opened In tbe presence of •dders. and foiwarded to the undersigned, as directed iu G< ne at Orders, No. 57, War Depart ment, 1871 IThe right to reject ary r all bids is reserved. Full conditions and requirements will bo made known and hlauk bids furnished, on sp j plication to this office. Bids for any portiou of the shove supplies will be considered. Contracts made under this advertisement not to go Into effect tIM July 1. 1875. A preference will be gLen to articles of do mestic production. By order of tbs Dept. Comd’r., ALEX. J. PERRY. 1 **• Dept’y Q M General. U. P. R. R. HOUSE Cheyenne, - Wyoming, G. M. JONES, Proprietor All trains stop here Thirty Minutes tor meals. Tills house Is new and elegan'.y turnlsned, has light and airy rooms, batn : rooms, Ac., and affords all accomraodalloua i he traveling pub.iccau desire. 1 i eay-For all who desire to-®» reach the reading public of Wyoming with their ' ADVERTISEMENTS,' no better method can be found than in the use of the columns of tlu-'to* DAILY AND WEEKLY LEADER. • • • I®-Read by- towns people-®# and settlers all along the line of the U. P. R. R., as well as north, east aud south SHIPPING TAOS Blank or* Prinlol —AT THE - Leader Office, A VERY LOW PltlTK David Miller, PBACTJCAt WATCHMAKER AND Manufacturing J E W E L E.R 5 E VENTEER Til S’IREET, Cheyenne, Wyoming Converse & Warren ! Dealer In liUjflMSgr CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE ! Mirrors, Lamps A Cutlery, Window Glass, Silver-Plated and Britannia Ware ' CurpotH (incl CnrfaiiiH, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Mouldings, BEDDING, UPHOLSTERING AND CABINET MATERIAL, VVall Paper, Special Attention given to Re pairing and Framing I’lctnrei*. METALLIC BURIAL CASES. Wilnut, ind Clin? COFFINS! SIXTEENTH STREET, CHEYENNE WYOMING. STEPHEN BON. 16th st., opp. Rollies House, | 11., to.l received the uml MnDiili ihtrk >I 1 UKNTB* ANlft HOYN* LADIhV AND ffll.HMK* Roots and Shoes! i OF THF BIST QUALITY, MENS’ BUFFALO BOOTS Hana m-vde and Warrartert. Leather and Findings Os every de*cription. which he sell* very In* pries for cash. All Work Warrauted ? If you want a good bargain call on STEPHEN BON SlxtMath B«*.vmb r»:gu«» sal Illy CHEYENNE, WYO. TER. E. H.LEIBEY & CO. Wholesale and Retail STAPLE & FANCY Groceries AND Provisions, GRAIN, FLOUR. FEED, EGGS. BUTTER, &C. Wood & Willow WARE. Cor. Ferguson A ic»ih HtM. CHEYENNE, WYOMING. m:9 ts NO. 204. I. C. WHIPPLE, W nelesal* aad Retail Dealer in -*\iLSS M B ShS to* -AND - PROVISIONS, O I’d I ii. Feed, Poultry, Bai lor, 1"'(£*(£hi. Fruit, Kt«. Also Aj at for lh« HAZARD PO WDER Oomyany'» SI’ORTING and MIXING POW DKU and KUSK. Also. WINCHESTER, SPENCER ANB NEEDLE CARTRIDGES. I Kr.it a;mon *ran«T. Now Brick Bl««k. GHKTdNVR. Wtomkaf B. HELLMAN I § just now offering to tlief Public.on« of the Largest and Alont Varied Stock of Ready Mads Clothing, Gents’ Furnishing Goods. HATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. AC., That has over l>een brought to thin plane which he is offering CHEAPER i huu ever »>efore. lie has added to his BTORE A CLASS TAILORING ESTABISHMENT, at which may be found tha LATEST NOVELiIBS of IMPORTED CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, And VESTINGS, which w J! be Madß Up to Order In ns Good and Fashionble Style as iu any of ihe Kmporiuras in the Laatern Mates. Returning thanks it* the Public, for nasi Jiatrnnage, be solicits a continuance of It* avors. NX i>KE ON SMtTKKNTH BXREBT, Cheyenne, Wyo. 'marl®*!