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VOL. VIII.
Dyer’s Hotel & French Restaurant
Kddy street, Cheyenne, Wyoming^
DYER. Proprietor.
Thu establishment has been thorongtily rentied
and l« now ready :o accommodate Us old patrons
and the public In first rate style.
Fresli Oysters^*''
And all the luxuries of the wa»<»n always on band
Single Meals. Board by the l»a> or Week.,
moderate terras
The Bar la always provided with the best
Llouors and Clears. ... .
r afiood nesl.go ro th« French Itee
aaraut.
bus to anil from all traius.
WALKER HOUSE,
MAIN STHEKT,
SALT LAKE CITY- UTAH.
ELIAS HOTCHKISS, Agent,
Proprietor,
And late of the HI. James Ilotei N. Y. City.
TH K BEST HOTEL IN I'TAIlt
novZS-dly
Taylor's Hotel,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
West Side Mu at Temple Street
SALT L K E CITY.
Board bv tub Day or Week.
IST” Rooms with or without Board. _mA
TAYLOH Sc CITLKII, .... Props
nor 17-dly
American House,
Banks & Reid - Props.
Board bj Day or M,
with or without Lodging, at Ilenaon-
Kates. The Bar is supplied
with the Best
"WinoS, Liquors and Cigars.
SIXTEKNTH STREET,
Cheyeane, Wyo.
Wyoming House.
Rock Springs, W. T.
W. J.Ward, • Prop'r.
r p;m norsi. is conveniently lo ’attsd
1 clo-e to tto dep »t. The table U supplied
with all *.ie delicacies of the reason. hihl the
bar is stocked with the beat imported liquor*
aud clears.
Hoard an 1 lodging by the day or week at rea
sonable prices. JanSS*«lly
Planters House,
LEWIS MORRIS, - Prop-
Sixteenth-St.
Choyenue, - Wyoming.
(Opposite First National Bank )
This HOTEL is located close to the Depot,
and offers Superior Accomtnocatlous to nuv
lioiel, for the same price.
4®-The rooms have been newly re-luruised.
no inn 00 P cr n *> or
BOARD, ($7 00 per Week
(m 23 dtf)
Blacksmith and Wagon-maker,
A gent for file
STUDEBAKER WAGON,
BUCKEYE MOWER,
Dr. Ell Sweet’s Patent
HORSE POWER ELEVATOR
and post driver.
Iron and Hard Wood for Sale
All kinds of LIGHT WAGONS sod BUG,'IEd
built to order.
All Work Done at the Shortest Notice.
VST ALL WORK WARRANTED
Cor. 1 7th & Thornes Sts.,
CHEYENNE, WYO.
4 tu? !a
EAGLE HOUSE,
Seven teenth at, bet. Eddy aud Tbolmes.* heyenna
A. M.M.nONS, Proprietor.
GOOD day or week Board, and at v*rv
moderate pricer claaa accommodation*
to Iran-lent boarders. The cheapest aud beat
bouse la »'■*-* leb'MaAwlr
U. P. R. R.
DININS HALL,
S. I. FIELD, Proprietor.
AL»)
General Commission Merchant
And l>caler In
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Groceries, Provisions, etc.
giikl:.>i uivkk, wyo.
decl7dly
JEWELRY & WATCHES !
Xo tlie|Traveling Public :
n he running arrangeiu-nf* of train* are now
• uch a* iu give atl wbo are passing Cheyenne
TIME TO SEE
The Richest and Largest Stock of
IN THE WEST.
Novel I !«•* In I*l «>•* Agate*. Xopaz and
o In*r Natlve ttiouo*. iu Weil as exquisite pro
ducfotia Irora
NATIVE GOLD !
to please and intera-t all. It 1* buta few
step* from the Lie pot to
JOSLIN & PARK’S
ESTABLISHMENT.
Xo the Stay-at*Home Public !
Send your order* to
JOSLIN & PARK.
Xo any other JTlau !
Buy your
r 2
Jewelry, or any other goods in this line, of
JOSLIN & PARK,
CHKYKNNE, W. T , either by order or in person
and get your
Money's Worth.
ATTENTION
AR B 0 LIC SHE E P Dili
THIS IS A SI RE ( l Hi: FOR
SCREW WORM, SCAB
AND
Foot Rot in Sheep.
It also Kills Ticks , Lice and all Para
sites that Infest Sheep.
Prevents Scratching and greatly improves the
duality of the Wool. One gallon of the Dip,
properly dilated with water, wi 1 bt; sufficient
to dir one hundred sheep, sothsl the C"*t of
dlpnlng I* but a m re triflo. snd sheep owners
will find that they are amply repaiu by ibe im
proved health oftbelr fl ’oks.
This Dip t* guxrsiiie d to cure when need ac
cording o direction, nnd to be vastly superior
to Corrosive Sublimate, Sniphnr. Tooacco and
other remedies whtca have herot fore been used
by farmers.
Circulars sent, post paid, npon application,
giving fail direction* for Its ure also, cenlfi
rate* -of prominent sheep-growers wno hive
n*ed large quantifies of the Din. snd prooonnee
it the mo«t effective and r liable Cnr* and Pre
ventamoof Scratch and oiber kludred diseases
in Sheep.
For Sale by
HURLBUT BROS.,
'. Cheyenno, Wyo.
•. na 7 Q d A** ;
CHEYENNE, WYOMING, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1875.
BY TELEGRAPH
aaroKTKD ixratmT roa rat mokmiko uadik.
NIGHT HEP OUT
A Sad Story in regard to
Mrs. Lincoln.
Consolidation of the St. Louis
Globe and Democrat.
Defalcation in Boston,
The Union Pacific a Oontin*
uous Lice to Council Bluffs.
Fires in the Pennsylvania
Coal Districts
New York, May 20.—The steamship
I Crescent City, from Havuua, picked
up at *ea a disabled schooner, the
j Carrie Bell, from Savannah, and
i towed her into Charleston yesterday.
Tiie steamer was short of coal, and
while taking in a fresh supply, I
i Sharkey, the murderer, who escaped ]
i from the Tombs, anil was being j
. brought back here in charge of a de
j tective, made his escape.
Boston, May 20. —The Evening-
Journal states that one of the most
prominent lawyers of this city, and
formerly president of the Safe Manu
facturing Company, disappeared from
the city last Friday, and an investiga
tion of ills affairs since then, developed
the most astounding dishonesty on his
part, involving heavy Joss to many
persons for whose funds lie acted us
custodiun. The Journal says, without
giving the name of the party, that lie
has been noted as a conservative,
steady business man,whose counsel was
sought by investors, and who, as
guardian of trust property, stood sec-
I <*nd to no one in tiie confidence of the
! community.
| The prominent lawyer mentioned
i in the evening papers, as the alleged
: defaulter, is Abraham Jackson. It
j is said that a deficit of over one hun
! (Ired thousand dollars in his accounts
| have already been discovered, and
j the further tiie investigation proceeds
the more complicated the affair be
comes.
Chicago,May 20.—1 t has been known
by Mrs. Lincoln’s family und friends
for several years past, thut her mind
was unsettled to a degree which fully
warranted her being called insane, but
a natural reluctance to take any steps
which would make tiie fact known to
tiie general public, has heretofore in
fluenced them against restraining her
in any way of her liberty or putting
her under medical treatment for her
malady. Recently, however, her con
dition lias been so much worse that it
became absolutely necessary thut
something should be done for the un
fortunate lady.
A Washington special says that Sec
retary Bristow, yesterday, hail a con
ference with Supervising Architect
Potter in relation to the Chicago Cus
tom House. Botli agreed that a com
mission be speedily appointed. Tiie
number will probably be fixed at five.
f Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, widow of
tiie late President, was yesterday ad
judged insane by a jury in the county
Court, and this morning she was re
moved to a private asylum at Bata
via, Illinois. The inquiry was made
on the petition of her son, Robert T.
Lincoln, and the evidence of a num
ber of physicians, the proprietor and
several employes of the Grand Pacific
Hotel, where she has been staying
since her return from Florida, aud of
her son and numerous friends, all
showed that she was undoubtedly in
sane. Her insanity has been of a mild
type, but after the trial she became
violent and was obliged to be placed
under restraint.
Mrs. Lincoln, who has been kept
under close surveillance since leaving
tiie court room yesterday, escaped
from her room to-day, and Went to a
drug store and ordered laudanum and
other drugs with the intention of com
mitting suicide, but the druggist, who
was acquainted with her, fixed up a
simple compound, which was taken
by her in a few minutes after leaving
the drug store; its effect was harmless
She will be taken to tbe assylum at
; Batavia to-morrowy
St. Louis, May 20.—The consolida
tion of the Globe and Democrat of this
city has beon completed to the satis
faction of all parties concerned, and
the first number of the Globe and
Democrat was issued from the old
Democrat office this morning. The .
new Journal will appear iu folio form !
for about two weeks or until arrange
ments are completed, when it will be
Issued as a seven column quarto—one
columu larger than the old Globe.
Council Bluffs. May 20. It is on- I
derstood, by iufonnatian received iu ,
ibis city to-day, that the Union Pad- ]
fle Railroad will abide by tiie decision .
of the United States Circuit Court in
the mandamus case, to compel tbe '
company to operate its bridge as a
part of the road, and the whole as a
continuous line to Council Bluffs.
Baltimore, May 20.--Ex-Senator f
Jesse D. Bright died at his residence
here to-day, aged 63.
Pottsville, Pa., May 20. —This morn- i
ing an attempt was made to burn
Shenandouh. At Ryle’s Hotel, it was
discovered thut cosl oil aud lighted I
matches h id been thrown in the win
dows. In a few minutes after the
above discovery was made, a second
alarm was sounded In auotlier direc
tion. and a dwelling house and car
penter shop were burned to the |
ground. While the firemen were i
working on an adjoining building, a
third alarm was given up town. A’
lumber yard had been fired and par
tially destroyed. The citizens are
very mucli alarmed, and vigilance
committees and committees of safety
have been organized.
A dispatch from Mahoney city says j
the miners have decided to accept
tiie operators’ offer and resume work
at Bowman’s colliery. It Is predicted
that the iu«m in other local!ties will
soon do likewise.
Tyrone, Pa., May 20.—A fire broke
ont at 11 o’clock this morning at the
Mashauuon Lumber Co’s mill, west of
Osceola. Fifteen million feet of lum
ber were burned. The wind was so
strong that fire brands, two feet loug,
were thrown out in every quarter. All
the public buildings, except the Cath
olic aud Methodist churches, were
burned. About two hundred houses
were destroyed. Twele hundred j>eo
ple are houseless. Tiie people were
driven to the race course, where they
were surrounded by the fire on pll
sides. The fire department here left
at 2 o’clock with their steamer and
hose cart, but could not reach Osceola
on account of the railroad truck being
burned. Tiie railroad between Osce
ola und Powellton, on either side, is
one blaze of fire. The members of tiie
Tyrone company fought their way
through, and rendered all the assis
tance possible. About 200 houses are
standing yet. Borne half a dozen
houses were burned between Osceola
and Powellton. Powellton town lias
not been destroyed. Sheriff McPher
son left Rentzdale at 4 o’clock p. m.
The reports at that hour were that
fourteen houses were burned there ;
that the conflagration was ruging ter
ribly ; no escape for tiie town, every
communication being cut off by tiie
fire through tiie woods althis writing.
New Orleans, May 20.—A Browns
ville special says that Mexican Cavalry
have been stationed at various points
between Garmago a Matamoras. Capt.
McNally, who is stationed with a com
pany at Edinburg, lias information of
tiie crossing of three droves of stolen
cattle within tiie last week. The same
depredations are reported from Ring
gold to Fort Brown.
Memphis, Tenn., May 20.—Notwith
standing tiie proclamations of tiie
Governor and Mayor in reference to
the observance of to-day, there is no
observance of a holiday, and the
stores and business houses are open as
usual.
Winsor, Ontario, May 20.—Ex-
Mayor K* C. Barker, of Detroit, and
three other gentlemen, were drowned
to-day, by the capsizing of a yacht
near Grosse Isle, on the Detroit river.
Paris, May 20.—An article has ap
peared in the Figaro, suggesting that
the revenge of France be postponed
a hundred years, and caused a great
sensation. It is asserted by the Li
berte that the article has been made
the subject of cabinet discussion.
Hendaye, May 20.—There has been
two days fighting near the town of
Valmasela. The Carlists claim that
they have occupied Usurbil and Ario,
from which the Alfonaist troops re
treated with heavy losp.
Converse & Warren !
Dealer la
rnwNrnißßa
I —~ ■
CROCKERY,
CHINA AND GLASSWARE !
Mirrors. Lamps L Cutlery,
Window G-lass,
Sitver-PlciteJ and Britannia Wart
Carpets aud Curtains,
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Mouldings,
BEDDING,
; UPHOLSTERING AND
CABINET MATERIAL.
Wall Paper.
Special AUenllou given to Re*
piiii-ing nud Framing
I’lclnre«*.
METALLIC
BURIAL CASES.
Wiln*., fciewsid ind Ch?
COFFINS!
SIXTEENTH STREET.
CHEYENNE WYOMING.
STEPHEN BON.
16th st., opp. Rollirs House,
tiaa |a*i received Him moil comp. tie ittKk • l
OB NTS* INI) HOYM*
LAUIhV AND
Boots and Shoes!
Or THi BEIT QUALITY,
MENS’ BUFFALO BOOTS
Hanu midt aud WtrrarU<l.
Leather und Finding*
Os every description, which he eell* a» very In*
priee for cash.
A.ll Work Warrautedl
If you wm: * good hurgsln call on
STEPHEN BON
B!x’.««att Btr*it. St'.via: fuiure xsl Illy
CHEYENNE, WYO. TER.
E.H.LEIBEY&CO.
Wholesale and Retell
STAPLE & FANCY
Groceries
AND
Provisions,
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, [EGOS.
BUTTER, &C.
Wood & Willow
WARE.
Cor. Fersuson AlOih Hts.
CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
S 3 ST* *f
| I. C. WHIPPLE,
Vt i.wJ««a!v akd £>>«;«: | B
- -
PROVISIONS,
Cm in I ii, Foed, Poultry, Hut
lot*. *'t£U m * Fruit, ICto.
Alm -if -a: :ot iUm
HAZARD DOWDER
Oxjtnpmuj '«
3 PORTING 11 ml MINING PO\Y.
I)ER nml F USE.
i a;».
I
WINCHESTER, SPENCER ANB
NEEDLE CARTRIDGES.
Fkjuiuso* Sr amt, M.v« Brick BUock.
OIIKTuVVR. Wj.nl.,
B. HELLMAN
: U Just now ottering to the] Public.oiu»
of the Current ami Most
Varied Stook of
Ready Made Clothing,
Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
HATS, CAPS. TRUNKS,
VALISES. &C„
! Hmt him aver l»**en brought to this place*
which ho la ottering *
CHEAPER
lhan ever before. He has added to bln STORK
A FIRST CLASS
TAILORING ESTAB' ISHMENT,
| at which may be found the LATEST
NOVELi IKo of
IMPORTED CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
And
VESTINGS,
which will be
Made Up to Order
tn as
Good and Fashionble Style
as )u any of the Pmporlumi In the
Eastern Mates.
Returning thanks to the Public for past
patronage, be solicit* a oontlnuanoe of it#
lavora.
STJREOX IIXTRE.XTH STREET,
Cheyenne, Wyo,
fmarlO)
NO. 206.

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