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Clmrctttte Putt* Wtaber.
VOL. VIII.
Dyer’s Hotel & French Restaurant
Eddy *tre«t, Cheyeune, Wyoming’
DICK, Proprietor.
Tbta establishment ha* been thoroughly renueU
and i» now rcaly *.o accorammlau lt» old patron*
and the publfe in Aral rate aiyle.
And all tlie Imnrle. or Ih- «w»on alw.v. on hand
Single MeaU. Board by the Uaj or St eet. a
•moderate terms. . ... . ,
The Bar is always provided With the beet
Lluuore and thgar*. , „
r >lioo4 »<•»!.go to Ih. Freud. Bre
• nr.ua.
*®~Free bus to and from all train-.
WALKER HOUSE7
MAIN SThEKT,
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
ELIAS HOTCHKISS, Agent,
Proprietor,
And lata of the SL James Hole* N. Y. City.
THE BEST MOTEL IN ITAII*
no\iS*dly
Taylor's Hotel,
ON TIIE EUROPEAN PLAN.
West Side K«m| Temple street.
SALT LAKE CITY.
Board by the Day or Week.
IWV~ Room■ with or without Board 41
TtVMMt A CCTLKII, .... Prop*
novl7«dljr
American House,
Banks & Reid - Props.
Board by Daj or Week,
with or without Lodginsr, at Renson-
Rates. The Bar is supplied
with the Best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
SIXTEKNTH HTKKET,
Olie.vcnne. Wyo.
Wyoming House,
Rock Springs, W. T.
W. J. Ward, - Prop’r.
r pilH HOTKI. IS CONVENIENTLY LOWT.’I)
1 clo-c to the <k*i* *t. The table Is fUtMillcd
with nil *.»o delicacin ®f tbe rea-on. nun ttie
bar it* stocked with *Ue boat imported liquors
and r.t/*rs.
Hoard an I lodging by the day or week at rea
•Anable price*. jiuOS-dly
Planters House,
LEWIS MORRIS, - Prop-
Sixteenth-st.
Clioyemie, - Wyoming.
(Opposite First National Bank )
This TTOTETi Is located close to the Depot,
and offers Superior Accotnmocutious to any
Hotel,’ for the same pi ice.
rooms have been tiewly re-iurulsed.
nn tit n 1 82-00 per I>«y or
KOAItO, fs7 „ 0 * per Wt f ck
(in J3 dtf)
JOHN NEALON,
Blacksmith and Wagon-maker,
Agent for the
STUDEBAKER WAGON,
BUCKEYE MOWER,
Dr. Eli Sweet’s Patent
HORSE POWER ELEVATOR
AND POST DRIVER.
Iron and Hard Wood for Sale
Alt kinds of LIGHT WAGOXS and BUG.MES
built to ordor.
All W orlt Done at the Kliorteat Notice.
xmrALL WORK WARRANTED Jg\
or - ITth & Thornes Sts.,
CHEYENNE, WYO.
(108 Im'i
EAGLE HOUSE,
Seventeenth at, bet. Eddy and Tholmes.<.’heyeune
A. ME.IIOKB, Proprietor.
C't OOP day or week Hoard, and laodelnf. at »cr»
J moderate (>Hce» v lrat clans accommodation*
to transient boaruer*. The cheapest and bt-at
aooae in • ?»-l>Ai.,±w 1 y
U. P. R. R.
DINING HALL,
S. I. Fln-LD, Proprietor.
AUt>
General Commission Merchant
And 1/enlcr in
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Groceries, Provisions, etc.
GULK.\ HIV UK, WYO.
decl7-dty
JEWELRY & WATCHES !
To Public :
1 he ruuuln 'arranitom-nt• of train* *r«
• ueb aa to glvo ail who are p.nalng Chejonn«\
TIME TO BEK 1
The Richest and Largeat Stock of
IN THE WEST.
Novelilr* in iTXom Agatra, Topaz and
o’ her Natlv« Hiouea, aa well as cxqtual'.e pro
ductions from
NATIVE GOLD !
to please and lnter.»*t all. It ia but a saw
«lepa from the input to
JOSLIN & PARK’S
ESTABUSHIVIENT.
To tlie Stay-uMliuue Public !
Send your orders to
JOSLIN & PARK.
To any other Man !
Buy your Nv
Jowelry. or nny other good* in this Hue, of
JOSLIN & PARK,
CHEYENNE. V,'. T., either by order or In person
and get your
Sloncy's Worth.
ATTENTION
Growers !:
XII IS IS A MUK CURE FOR
SCREW WORM, SCAB
AND
Foot Rot in Sheep.
It also Kills Ticks, lAcc and all Para
sites (hat Infest Sheep.
Prevent* Seraichine and greatly improves the
duality of the Wool. One gallon of the Dip,
pronerly diluted with water, wf 1 be sufUcieut
to ..Ip one hundred sheep, so that the cost of
dipping is but a m re trifle, and sheep owners
will And that they are amply r°paiil by the im
proved health of their fl *oks.
This Dip is gunrante d to cure when used ac
cording 'o dlrertioN, and to be vastly superior
to Corrosive Sublimate, Rniphnr, Tobacco and
other remedies wtticj have buret foro been used
by farmers.
Circulars sent, postpaid, upon application,
giving fa \ directions for its urn also. c«r<ifl
cate* of prominent sheep-growers wno h «vu
used argf rjnauibio* of the Dio. and pronounce
It the mod effective and r liable Uure and Pre
ventatucof Scratch and oilier kindred diseases
in Sheep.
For Sale by
HURLBUT BROS.,
Chcyenno, Wyo.
imj6 dJte 6m 1
CHEYENNE, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1875.
BY TELEGRAPH
airoKTiD axpßcaaar rot raa hormiko leader
NIGHT REPORT
The Beecher Trial Resumed.
The Long Arguments Com
menced.
End of the Coal Strikes.
Funeral of Gen Breckenridge
An Indian Prisoner Stabs his
s
Guard,
The Sioux Delegation Gall
upon the Great Father.
Washington, May 19.—A dispatch
from a non of Jesac D. Bright, ways
there is very little hope of his father I
living through the day.
Hon. Michael C. Kerr has returned !
from a prolonged visit to the South, I
/entirely restored to health.
The Sioux Indians, here to negotiate j
with-the government for the sale of |
the Black Hills on their reservation, i
called upon the President to-day, ao- |
compunied by Assistant Secretary j
Cowan and Commissioner Smith. The I
| President received them in his office,
and after shaking hands with each
one. said Hint he could not talk with
them to-day on the subject of their
visit, but desired them to talk with the
Secretary of the Interior and the Com
missioner of ludian Affaire, and if
any disagreement arose he would en
deavor to right them. He desired
them to accept the statements of these
officers regardless of all statements
made to them by others. Lone Horn
said he was glud to see the Great
Father. He then said that lie did own
some of this great country, but the
white people wanted to take it away
from him. My great-grand-father,
my fatiier ami myself were chiefs. I
am a chief. I never claimed I owned
all the country before to-day, but now
I claim I own it all. These men you
see (Indians around him) are soldiers,
and will light. At this juncture ilie
President interrupted the Chief by
stating that he did not wish to have
the object of their visit, discussed to
duy.
Spotted Tail said he was glad to see
the Great Father, and wanted to have i
a great talk with him soon. Red |
Cloud said that if the President did
not appoint a day to see himself and
the other chiefs lie would be very sor-
I ry. The Indians then withdrew. As
Secretary Delano is absent from the
city, and is not expected to return
until Friday or Saturday, the grand
council will not probably take pluce
before Monday or Tuesday next.
New* York, May 19.—in the Brook
lyn city court this morning the Til
ton-Beecher trial was resumed. The
attendance was nearly as large as in
the early days of the trial, though the
number of women was greatly de
creased. Both parties to tlie suit were
present-. Ex Judge Porter began the
summing up for the defense.
A destructive fire is raging in the
woods near Port Jervis, N. Y. The
entire population is endeavoring to
stay its progress. Several saw mills
are destroyed, with a large amount of
sawed and unsawed lumber. The
damage is said to be immense.
Jeremiah Hamilton, the well known
colored speculator of Wall Street, and
formerly a slav.e in the West Indies,
died to-day of pneumonia. He is said
to have been the richest colored man
in the United States, and was reputed
to be w’ortli a million dollars.
New York, May 19.—A dispatch
from Rome says that the Pope, after
public audiences yesterday, conversed
freely about the enthusiasm in New
York for the American Cardinal.
The committee appointed in behalf
of the creditors of the Grant Locomo
tive Works, report the liabilities of the
concern at $712,009.
An informal call has been made for
a meeting of the Erie stockholders on
next Saturday, and a rumor is current
on the street that a compound injunc
tion is contemplated against the direc
tors, restraining the sale or pledge or
diortgage of the coal property of the
j Road to raise money in pay the June
interest, and restraining the payment
of the June interest on the bonds in
volved in the controversy with
McHenry and the Londou Banking
Association.
Chicago, May 19.—A Sioux City
special says that a sensation paper at
Yankton, yesterday stated tiiat Lieut.
Scott, from Fort Randall, arrived at
that place yesterday and informed
that paper that Gordon’s Sioux City
and Black Hills train had been ar
rested by the military at the crossing
of White River, and brought to
Fort Randall. Lieut. Scott arrived
here to-day, and says that he did not
so inform the Yankton paper or any
one else ; does not know anything of
Gordon’s train, and the whole slate- ,
ment in tlie Yankton paper, except- !
ing the notice of his arrival, is totally j
false and w ithout the color of truth, j
A courier who left Gordon’s train on >
tile 14th, says that they were making I
as slow time as possible, and kept
moving in anticipation of receiving !
news of tlie opening of the Hills by j
the government. They were informed !
by soldiers and Indian scouts that the
troops would not interfere so long as
they kept off the reservation.
A St. Joe, Missouri, special says the '
grasshoppers are utterly destroying
the winter weat crop in that locality. I
Dispatches from u number of other ;
points In Missouri ami Kansas, say
tlie crops are being injured by grass
hoppers.
Hartford, Conn., Muy 19. —By an
explosion at Hazardville Powder
works, in Huzardville, this morning,
Moses Black, John tieivereand George
Riehurd9 were instantly killed. They '
all leave large families.
Tyrone, Pa., May 19.—King Parks. I
the agitator, was arrested to-day at Os
ceola.
Tw’enty-flve Italians arrived from
New Yo r k for Philadelphia.
The mine strikers’ meetings at vari
ous points last night, were poorly at- j
tended. The strikers are demoralized !
and mauy of the men have goue to
work. ,
St. Loui9, May 19. —Supervisor Haw
ley has filed an information in the
U. S. Circuit Court, to-day, against
the distillers and rectifiers whose
establishments were recently seized.
It is understood that both the rectifiers
and distillers will be allowed to give
bonds and proceed with their busiuess.
These parties feel confident of gaining
the c tses against them; if** they do,
they intend to bring an action for
damages against Secretary Bristow.
Lexington, Ky., May 19.—The fun
eral of Gen. J. (,\ Breckenridge took
place to-day. It was attended by an
immense throng of people, who were
anxious to pay the last sad honors to
the memory of this great anti good
man. The officers of the state, headed
by Governor Leslie, were present in a
body, also Senators Stevenson and
McCreery and many other distin
guished persons.
New Orleans, May 19.—Seven com
panies of the 22d Infantry have de
parted for their former stations on the
northern border.
Nashville, Tenn., May 19.—One of
the seventy-five Indians on the way
to the Florida prison, got hold of a
, knife with which he stabbed two sol
| diers and then himself, this morning,
! while the train was standing at Madi
| son station, five miles from this city.
It is reported that the soldiers are not
seriously hurt. On the arrival of the
train in this city the Indian was taken
oil* and laid on the platform, and is
supposed to be in a dying condition.
London, May 19.—The sides of the
steamship Schiller have fallen in, cov
ering the specie and the best part of
the cargo, and probably a number of
bodies. Blasting operations will be
commenced as soon as practicable.
A dispatch from Lounceston, Corn
wall. says a terrible conflagration is
raging in that town.
Minden, Ont., May 19.—The dams
at Eagle and Hall’s lakes on the upper
Gull river, have broken away, fiood
; ing the village of Mender. Tlie water
: is over two feet above the floors of the
j houses and is still rising. The damage
; will be great.
Dublin, May 19.—The trial of
Moore’s petition against the validity
of the election of the late John Mitch
ell, in Tipperary, began at Clonmel to
day. The petitioner claims the seat
on the ground that he was a legal can
didate and legally elected, and that his
opponent was ineligible from the first,
because he had transferred his allegi
ance from the Queen of England to
the government of the Uoited States.
Converse & Warren !
Draltr in
■jiiagwiia*|
CROCKERY,
CHINA AND GLASSWARE !
Mirrors, Lamps L Cutlery,
Window Glass,
Silver-Plated and Britannia If 7/re \
Carpets and Curtains,
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Mouldings,
BEDDING,
UPHOLSTERING AND
CABINET MATERIAL,
Wall Paper.
Special A (tout loti given lo lie
puii-ing and Framing
Picture*.
METALLIC !
BURIAL CASE 3.
filial, Imoii ud Shu
COFFINS!
SIXTEENTH STREET,
CHEYENNE WYOMING.
STEPHEN BON.
16th st., opp. Rollius House,:
Ha* lu«l received the tnoai c«*mt*.*t« a'uck < |
IJBNTI* AND UOVN*
LADIKM* AND FtltthKfc
Roots and Shoes!
or the bent yi'iun,
MENS’ BUFFALO BOOTS
Hana made and Warrarted.
Leather and Findings
Os every description, which he •ell* at very lo*
pries for cash.
All Work Warranted!
If you went a good bargain call ou
STEPHEN DON
Si'.th: ferpin ml Illy
CHEYENNE, WYO. TER.
E.N.LEIBEY&CO.
Wholesale and Retail
STAPLE & FANCY
Groceries
AND
Provisions.
/
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, [EGGS.
BUTTER, &C.
Wood & Willow
WARE.
Cor. Ferguson A loth Sts.
CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
.laij-lf
I. C. WHIPPLE,
W <*ele*al« and Retail Dealer la
- ANIV
PRO VISIONS,
Grain, Feed, Poultry, Bnt
lor, Kgg*, Fruit, Ktu.
Al»o Agint Tor tha
'
HAZARD POWDER
| Company’s
y
[SPORTING and MINING POW
DKR and FUSE.
I
| A.*o.
WINCHESTER, SPENCER AMI
NEEDLE CARTRIDGES.
KicnuU'toN krimr. New Brick Blue*.
i.’HKY.iNNK.
B. HELLMAN
In just now offering to the! Public.one
of tlie Largest uini Most
Varied Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
HATS. CAPS, TRUNKS,
VALISES. &C.,
That hits ever ln?cn brought to thla place,
which he is offering
CHEAPER
■ Ilian e\*r bclore. lie has added to his STORE
A FIRST CLASS
TAILORING ESTABISHMENT,
at which may be found the LATEST
NOVEI, i Itta of
IMPORTED CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
And—
VESTIxNTGS.
which a ill bo
Made Up to Order
In os
Good and Fashionble Style
as In any of the Emporiums In the
Lustern Mateo.
Returning thanks to the Public for past
patronage, he solicits a continuance of It*
lavora.
»Ti)RKOY SIXTEENTH STREET,
Cheyenne, Wyo.
(aiar 111)
NO. 205.

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