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THE DAILY LEADER.
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•1 ULAPCKBi Proprietor.
FRIDAY. MAY 21,
The Pit llutlel pli In Black Mill- Kxpe
dltion.
The Philadelphia Times hns the
fcflowing In relation ft> Mr. White,
president of the Black llilia expedi
tion now living organized in that
city:
•* Mr. While I*- a young, energetic
looking man of about thirty-five
year?*, ami lias spent the last four
years on the plain* engaged in tin*
active business of cattle raising. He
returned to this city last fall. From
liis statement it appears that the
company consists of eleven hundred
men altogether, including two bun
dr. d from this city ami surrounding
eounUy, fncluiliQg UnrrUturg* Lan
caster; iLctonrrnfi and other tiCTgffhor
ing cities. Mass meetings have been
held in Iloston and New York, and a
►erica will commence in tills city.
alMKit ttie middle of ttie month, at
Hio Assembly Jtui)dm£B, hiding for
Iwo weeks, which will at Id reaped
hy Prof. Marsh, of Yale College, and
►overal old miners of New York and
Iloston, including Major K. W.
♦lriggs, mi old ’ ll) < aliforninn, when
specimens will In* diown of the gold
nuggets found in the Mack Hills
region s. It was thp otfjrtfntl Intfn*
tion to Start on the Ist of May, hut in
consideration of the wishes of the
government, as well ns the fact that
the soring was hack want and the
grass not strong vnoiigh to hear the
teams, flie exjwditioi! has been de
layed until the 1-t of June, when it
will start, Mr. White says, confid
ently, with or without the govern
ment sanction, from Philadelphia,
which will he made tho eastern ren
dezvous. If the government should
continue its restrictions they will go
to fond tlien branch out to
the west, entering tlio Rig Horn
country, which is free and open to
nil, and where they -ay the prospects
of gold are even greater than east
ward in tin* Rlack Hills region.
They desire to gq as a lawful body,
nceking to create no ditfiultv with
the military or Indians. They art*
wiUitm to await tiie ratification of
ftie penning fre.it \* with the Sioux
Indians, ami to do everything with
in the law, wishing t<» secure the
government prokvlmji thereby... This
policy baa givou tl.oinF jmc trouble
with restless spirits who want to go
at once—danger or no danger-hut
they are curia d hy llie iciders, aval,
inasmuch as they have never been
a>ked 4o deposit any monpy.’thoy
reatllly nrquiiwp in tin- tittvirr of tlio
miTTH * cswrloncofl. Fioni n snmll
larky Aln» wnturprio* i. lassuniini;
srijriintic |irop rlions, «nd it i- -
pe<:£s .fli ut least 3,00 >
men whan they start on the Nt
jiroxjliiti. The ehj rt in ha,vinn n
fJirsro party is fiir mutiml |iroUvi)<»i
and the redurliun of e.vpens s. No
admittance fee nr earnest money is
required, and in faet no money at all
taken, thu itien IwitiK required to
furnydi themselves with tickets and
goods? The leaders, iuiwwer, in ike
terms with railroad companies and
for reduction. Tliey
ljaue already nrnitvtred with tho rail
road companies for transportation to
(iheyvuißu-ut S3* |asr le ad, in plae»> of
SO7. the regular cliarce, and a com
pany of five hundred responsible eit- (
ms of Clieyenne imve formed the j
Cheyenne and liloi-k Hills Transpnr
tatinn Company, which will provide
transportation direct to tho Hills at
#fi per head. They Imve also arranged
with lor u discount,
urtUT ll rchaßine qgi-nta have bo*,, es
tabli»li«ri at Now York and Liston,
and will soon be opened in this city.
Letters inquiring for information are
being received Irom all sections of
the State and country, and many of
the heat epaoiyieqrt of "bone and
muscle," w hirli are required by lie
leaders more than capital, are join
ing the expedition. At St. Louisa
parfi: has raised 42,000, chartered a
steamboat, bought a quartz mill for
$1,500, and will soon go up the Mis- |
si.ssipjd~Artd Missouri Rivers to the
Cheyenne, and up the Cheyenne as
far as possible, whijjh is to a p int
about 180 ißilrs frmi Harney,s l‘eak.
Reports Irom Cneyeniie say that the
bote's are erowdeil and th- streets
swarming'tVnti people who are going
out on their own individual respon- j
sihility. The exctfbment throughout
•he west is said to be intense. Mr.
Whitens cor.iftb nt of ihe'exi-tence of
gold iu the regions around the Rlack '
Hills, lie has been receiving speci
mens during this winter, and gold,
lying in nuggets weighing eight
oXt- tjit- ground- Ho -ltttd also re
cmuM specimens of silver ore which
a geologist had examined and pro
nounced would yield $1,500 to the |
ton. The eountiw- also coptair.s,cop
per. iron, lend and gyj>«u:n. The ir
rigation is' perfect and there will bend
dearth of water for alluvial pu-po-es.
There is pfenly of timber land. The
first mining, Mr. White considers,
wH| he pocket mining, the gathering
of nuggets off the sorface, the miners
staking off their claims, and after
that shafts wttl be sunt. Mr. White
carefully t^t! potto the expense of six
jhox? montbe; provi
sionspht sofMorSS- 1 per ho;M, as fol
fuu*. 1 » igon, $112: 13 sack, of
flour, tpii; I - -»cks of fl air. s_’! : IV)
p.. 0 lds ot i-iciin, ssl; oflw-, $37;
i*«)g.ir, IS; 13 j. drs Idaokets, sd. ; tj
gold pnim, s.l; it Wini-lesster rifles,
ilwo; aniinuo.tuM), * Vk 6 shovels, $D ;
1 liH iilenlid-. 31. 'Tlie organizers want
no man, y*»uog or old, to think of
going who will in any way compro
mise himsrif, his family or friends by
so doing, as i: requires nerve-force
and a supply of good nature to go
into a new country and meet theob
.. staclc w liUdt uatuxwUy fall iu one's
• j way.
The ltozeman Courirr of the 7th
* inst. bus come to hand, and from it
wo learn that Captain Way’s expe
dition was to leave for the Big Horn
country about the loth inst. It aays
, t!iis atiout it;
‘•Tkc fxiM’dliloti
j Purl it's iiro coming iif *laTly from
«liik*rt*nt |mrts of the Territory for
the purpose of joining tire exjH-ditiun.
Tho nw nibi'r* ore tumtfuuie hiu! we
arei*ertnin that the expedition will
start out soon. Severn! are reported
. as he in on the Yellowstone await
iug the lir.-d wu{goa* at I lie agreed
up<»n rendezvous. What the expe
ditiou want* in for perbons thinking
l of Joining to make it mardfi»st by
ready at onee.’ ?
ij i t /e rtdsr,
"i: an m si m:
r ph-nmWr‘.fn<*'l iHiffttifr pnrr*tff«-r1 lh • rnltrt
I Initri-m u| H S Vanta'-il.i. in thu vrrli
! known Stnhlc hiiuntcd oil Slxi.-i n' h
! •ill* I*. S Wila* u » bank, lit ttoi* lU«'*nu\ to
Inform tho Knfcncihnt o** ro furulah
Hlujjlr* A- DoiiLl fraoi* nt nil 2it»ura
lUo keep* 1 in*; ntljr on hsud n ijikvil
Unj 1 u toinuu. ai ICc.i»ujuth.u
OOME AND QI3E IVIXd
W M. WARD Procristor
Baltimore & Ohio
RAILROAD.
thk c.unvr vationu, itom;
-TO-
Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York,
THE EAST AMD NORTHEAST.:
-All r rridns
F.UH VII WASHIIiGIOH CITY,
Atnon; in« charnct«»rli.tic«» of iliit* Favorite
•tout.* uri-
Double Tracks, Steel Kaiis,
.Ylrttfnifirent Iron Rrid^ef^
<s«>r«reous Monntaln HePnery,
UiirlvaHefi 1 ilpm -of,
Air Rrakt‘s,
L'n-surpassed Houses,
{QiP.ieH nn'l Operuftrt by tfie Com * i«y i
And in fact alt thu Mn'orn Appliahera that cu i- '
i ■ . r ik*
SPEED. SAFETY & COM'OHT,
*
Pullman Palace Cars
113 N TUismxjn
w ithout cii vtjoi*:
Between tUo Frlnct;>al
Wesiern and Eastern Slates,
ForThr >ueh Tlrkoi« :’ht*rk«. M.»\e
me!.: of Tr-Hn-. s •■••jiiu.' < Ai-co liiuo-i iti .|i.-
xr . X T., nn;>l v at Ticket Offlcaft ,tt all Prmrfp.il
; Point-
M m EAST SS WEST,
L. M. COLE,
On’l Ticket Agent.
E. R. DORSEY,
A•«’t (i n ’.Ticket Asen*.
IhO't It. Mutrji.
M.i- or of Tr.tnflp'n
Tlioa. I*. Ho rry.
We«leru P«hX«D;rr Ag**n> al»i 1y ,
J.. F. TUTTLE,
Paisitsr and
Fapsrhanger.
HOUSE, SIGN AND
■rrws
ORNAMENTAL PAINTER.
JCuilMoutiniiig, etc., etc.
shop, ir the
Everett House,
Sixteentli Street,
CHEYENNE - - - W. T.
’ In -nr.-! i
CHEYENNE MARKETS.
Ilepoi ntl t*y I.C Whip; la.
[•- *> t o/ KmcA UnA;
URtlt
Sti't* « ora {>«s! I rj » 1 'ai
u-;« 3
BUk*i<sT( rr»
Flour. per »ack 5.U03&1 •*)
K..JU*. Wuwiaut*, ....
bu.kwocat flew, • ......
P.M*» Iriofca
P*'•»» ». per r .
oniuna, * .. o* t>
('i»wc-»c. Sew York lec«.jr_>, j>cr S> .
ClwtM*. Wc-Btom. pw t U «(u
bpaur. Sjvj, i*«r P
miner, runuuftti
huiltr. gueti gratir*, >BBCtt ...
| B*>uej . *»<£*<>
• Lard. 12* .*l7
1 B»C‘*n. common, ■/,U
Hats-, wmokfftl iSelrt
Uuroii IkukUH,
. T' T ,
Appio.-. tfrevu. per aP* n3u4 T.o#
cuu jouui.
tJO'* Or Flora S.T fib 'll
iwupouad Peachce
Three pmind ** “■>
Vorn
SiruM l>«rrioa 6 5 V)
llaapiuTriuo. 6.5^7.i5
tUucktMrnvu 3U
iiN IBIIA'A, LWO |t»ur.d Übt . 4
ToniatOß'fl, thror •• ~ <s.iflkrnflsn
Ptac Apple
«ot' Bud luru puund*’. ..
KaIbII. pttf Can iVtt HJ
! Corn 6/.OJfe7.t»i
Kfrin rherrle-
mar I.ob*iers, V (bo ctuia.. . 7.'<s<£ tflJ
rttfir L*»?»flter.-. 1 lt» t3n< 5 Vi'-t iUi
t.r a )K ran* C 7.>
Oyat»-ri», C*iva, 1 ll> oau 8
lO'iVncc. 1 lh can* 7 «'<t7 75*
I iioiinn> .*4 1»> ttUft ».*St<£7.73
Pdtß.llhcmi*.,.., ,'*tV» «»7.'Nl
Salmon, libwn* . M *>
I.im i Bcbih il.i f tiM a a
üBBK UiaiUßß.
i R«-d Jackal fld#
! Drake's. r. AO
tl«Mie(it r • MAI/
I Kellev a 11.. M
WWaky • 75# 7 .V)
• vijo Ctaok'kii.
' P/h!-ky ( K*kfail
C Ham'mutie, pliitl 14.n0
' I 'hitiripa.ruv. t» •• '■«.<*•
Old Tom Erin n cf.
Shrrr« Win, HWIOIIUW
' Port yy'lne. . .. m..V)
Oid U>« T.SO'Hu io
1 «'ognac Brnntl> Iv n
•uuu ruulT.
Appier, a STaru. pel Yh.... . . .... |tij ]5
j Apple#. Sew York, per It- . Ilk* If
1 PHnirhe.-t. per *V
| •*
Pr,iiK*- *• zr,
“Ilnf'klierrloa. per .. -25
Kaleino, per l>cl . ... .... j.itya 5.50
rliwiaa, in-r . -.•'*s 4.-1
lianpl •ttUii.a, per Ot. .... &
TiRB.
Imperla,
1 ily*»n t.u>i<t 1
Yoiinj Hi »oii . 1 iom ],mi
, »V’ ,n oVf* I Vi
rorm.
ttoaated p»tr r» rffJCTI is
Ulo. Ctnunieu tu l.Ui ufl
Hl«. (T«*d . S7A s.s
, Ulo, i»rn«e to c
()!rt riov. Java .VI
Mocha siq vs
at UAKa.
1 '.‘Jbn. cnmninii in Utr, jier B». .... I*3 1?*
; dunn. if. Kid lo primp Ii tfj .3
Porto kl>-o. uood in i hoiro |j 4 13
Now York Ciualicd, Powtlerttl. etc.. I :(t 1-*
-few York, white rofte»*. A ... 15
Now York, white colfoe, nircle A . ] U
; New York, eiiru B 13 n
New York, mar* < v 14
| Cuba box i.<t£
ti*h
<*•*.l. tW pntinfl* . n.iUkThP' 5»
I While, lialf hbi ;n.di.aßta-N)
Mackcrul. N<». 1 )2jw 4 li.do
; Mackerel, No 1. per kit.. . r.iai<ta4.s\l
iruurti
Sew York, c-jmni'-n. p'.«r cal . 7-Vp) t.nn
' New York, ipv.nl, per i(ki ].t>.)
New Tnflk*. 6 pflL ke»- .. VthHil ft. M
• (aoldaba, u«i >,ku 1 J4>
I New York rtifp-. 5 t'al k-ga S-YkJf. 600
1 A K. d.ipa, par |pil .. I.si>u'6 175
HALT.
Hlne tlalrjr, par hhl 7.1*0-75 7.5-•
* 1.75)6 *■ -)»
•• per fl. . <- C 5
e. IA e »N l» t t NlX.Kft.
\Terfce-per h»\ .... S.V
HcJiuaidiir'e. per lije. H.A i&'.i. *>
1 tiirKVSfiap. per an eaaie....
I'hoaiir-al •• •• ... pi
■ 1 nettle, per tt> . 35
M A IU.
N«»)a. S.VifcdO
OlLft AND PAISTB.
i «’arbon OH. p*-r uni., per t>hl 28 a 3 1
t'urbon Oil, per »nl 4H n s»i
Lord Oil,
, lila*rcd(JH, ** T.2f(^*.7i
White Load
OIIKYBNS34 LIIJIBBR 9UKKRT.
IV%, 1H nnd 2 Inch cJ-»ar dreneed 75. op
! 1 ilicli. rlenr droeemi T-'.iA)
1 incii. 2ml clou 35.0' 1
A ?t«rk Ininrd-
IJ !>*t»rk I'.twrclf 55.00 ;
< Vi tint*. 1 - ** lo •>)
• ei line, laff.lcpr. ',s 50 IH)
I l»f clotr. 4 iit'.iKt
t'!<• :r p-. bi
A ehln/ie 7.0Utf.7.50 |
» 1 efiitr/lu 600
■ er. 7 .no
Tar Paper, per If. '
. I’lßß'erloi; Board. p« r Tt* .im
| I'.tmem. per hhl S.no
: StucC". i*er hbi 7/0
llatr. per 2) .... .10
Native Lumber, under ii> f» 30.00
Native l.ntnlhw. <weril f: 3A.no
GV3EN & ANDERSON,
H:u.S3, Sign, Carriage, and
Ornamental Painters.
Shop -with .T. CORKIBH,
Sovontccnth Street.
nplT-dtf
Ini]>nrtant INotieel
P r i. * bttvfnr ItCAL BILVSR POX or CRCBB
>!t.VKIf eO\ SrtlVS. rtn - OCl .j V e f.*r them the
Value, bv them 10
KUBICH & 00..
»tftl 2SO Ki;hth Avenue. New York. 1
P. 8. t-ADIKS are invited *.i rend n« Ten
Cents-, for which »-e will rend them ur P irtilnn
• *Q.«iarCerl * ” for-»ne year, eon Taming beeuii- j
fill iHnrvrafior.r and prices of our numerous *r- ,
tl-laa of and tntrraatlne roadins I
! ma'ler. Ihe cheapest publication ever is-ued ; !
«»nlv Ikifertl*. mt dtw*
N. L. ANDREWS,
and fifp inburanck. rkntal
end Oeneml 1 oliection Agency, ia prepared
*0 Httcncl lo the crjUeeiion of Note-*. AtcountH
KraM, 4tc. luformailon eiaen in irgard u
mining dirtrver#. locarinp of r.«nchea etc. ,
I*Hrtlonlar at tent Him cirn to a>*str»c»:-of land 1
; Title-. .
sotttfe-R Mteet l.arnmle <ll3 *
i oclld wly j
Hew Advertisements.
ij For Colorado—Sioux Land Scrip
i.uamnte.’d ij. imiiie Will Uol Ir. ** Un<U
»ny where wlie li.-r hiirveyt .i ur nnaur\-> e-l.
ujilkiui a'.tlem. nl. Only u few ili Hisaiul
m m itulo at< «1. A.j.lr**^
OJIU. II UKIUHT. Minneapolis. slinu
Free! Free! Free!
THE PIONEER,
A lunula*»iiic illtiMraPul newapi per mu '
I tulniiig intoruntlon l«»r e* ery l».»!y. Tells'
how and where to securen «t-ut
1 Km ) K t«. Hi 11 'll rl- of Die V\ ..r|. 1
Ii ooiDuiuv thu >evr U.<m.»|pii.l nn l Tiin
i>er with Inter eating matter
: fouiul only in till* pup. r.
SEND FOR IT AT CTtICZ !
I It will only en't'you it riwliU Ca:tl. New
| uumljer for Apil(ja«iuuu AildreMi
O F. DAVIS.
I.ainl CoiuualMHloocr l*. P. K. H.
(hiKilta. Net),
<tjc n <t!on I * rr <SuV * f Terms fret
r- Addreaa l.»o -u\»o.\ A 1 o .
I'oniand. Me.
dfk ■■ m
-HI.. In their l(BraM*\. e
||
Ul I **. O. Vl- K<KY ±CO . .tOISUfU Me
FOR DAKOTA AND WYOMING
BLACK HILLS LANDS.
! Genuine Hloux Ijiixl Scrip for sale l.ocnt [
nhie on 11. H. TJin tH HT)\ wnon'. MU V*-y«-tl or 1
I unsurveye*!, without net lle'ncut Only a few
lUOUHUiuI iu-re» left. Address
GKO. H. W Rtf HIT, Mlnneapnlis. Minn.
b l Rowell i; Co.
conduct an Agency for the reception of ad
vertlacnicnts for \merlcuu N► w.-»t*a per.*— ,
llie nioMi completecHtahllsliinciii oi the kind
In the world, six tl »u a.d Nk\vsi>ai-i: j>
aro kept n Kulurl.v on file, open to |ii»pooihm
l.y • U t.’liiels. Every id vert leetucil t! s
1 taken »t t>.»- iiome prl»*e m the paper, with*
! out any additional eh nr ye or commUK.oii
An ndvertN r. In with the Anenev. Is
snvisl tronhle and corrcapondenc*. maUiiiy
one eontruct ln-t»ru! of a d«*z* n. a hu ml red, -
or n thousand. i Flo.*U of eighty pni;t-.,
OOllLllllltiy lists 111 he>l p-.ipers, lai'K* et eIICU-
Imlons, religions, lierlcullurai, elass, politi
es I. daily and country papers, and all
, puhlh-atloUH which are epectally vuluahlc t>• !
| advert Im* rn, with M*tne Informal lon nlanit J
, i»rlc4H», is sent FI»*H to any address on .
appllentloii. Persons at n distance wishing ,
: to make contractu f«*r adv«rtlsin« in uuv 1
'7*»wn. elty < ouniy. state or Terrliorv of the
1 L’nPed States, iir any portion ot the Poinin
; ton pf I'nnada, may send a concise statement
of what they want, together wl thu copy oi
the .% dvcrtlMriiic«it 111 <• v * lee Ire lns«-ricd
ami will receive Inlormation l*y return mall
which nahle them t » d *cUlc whether
Ito Inerease or reduce th** order. For such
j Snlormalloti them is no charge t'r.ers are
taken for a single paper as well ns for a list;
lorn Niiii'ie dollar as readily a* for a larger 1
; suiu unices 1 Times P.vifhllm; ,
4! Fark Row, N.Y.
Fred Landau,
Market
Fresh Meats,
Game, Fish,
Oysters.
Vegetables,
Canned Goods,
AM)
PRO DUCK
Seventeenth. Street,
Cheyenna, - - Wyoming,!
decl-’-t j
j F. SCHWEICKERT.
Slxco«‘nth Ktrccf, i)pt.
Hildy and Feit.s >
CIIIiVKN.N K, VV A' O.
I)*-a ( pr in
HARDWARE,
Mechanics’ Tools
—AND—
Gun Materials, j
Pon«*»ntlr on hiud a enmpiate stock of For- (
! eiuu aud Dooi^atlc
POCKET & TABLE CUTELRY.)
i Abontm 50 and well ardeeted Stock of
Coofe and Heating Stoves,
O a
; TOYS unci FANCY GOODS oi {
! every description, also
PLAIk, PIiIISSED
ASO .IAPATVNED
TINWARE.
: ., / j
1 All Work In our Un» done on short notice !
• nt raa*onxhl« ratet) and warranted to give eatio- |
• far- i)u.
pw" fn-deri* fr- m rhe cOTBIVy promptly at- »
j vuJed iu.
Falabiliilml lu 1 Mi 7.
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The Paper far the People
J Wyoming]
iWEEKLY|LEADER j
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A ICe|«r«**»4‘i»tn(t»r ol
flr.sTr.ct rr.orLK m itisms btel^ts
Hopublh-an In I'olltlca,
" * PcarlraaluTonr, * "
Frrah In Kewa,
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NOW IN Till*:
Bth Year of Publication!
• a
THE OLDEST AND
LEADING NEWSPAPER
OF WYOMING. ‘
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MAY JUSTLY BE KKUAIIDhD AS I’HB
j ■ a- «»■•••
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i t ®r
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CIENT Ml) TO THK INTBRKSTH AND
CilP >SVTII 1 »K I ms YOCNO AND
riIUIVING TKHulTultY
* -
U. P. R. R.
'A-.'-ilv : j
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Is puw completed and ra*>ning dilly pn«s«n-»e l
j ’rnlns. f irm in c*>unection with llie Houtra
J P.icnic H lilrond. an
.All Rail Route !j
To California and thk Pacific coast, making ihf |
unexampled line of 1800 mllea in
fdua DAYS FROM OMAHA
TO SACRAMENTO.
DIRKCT ■ A DB
ax o.thun
WIUi tt«? dueiff* Jk ybrthweatcrn, Chicago,
thick Twlaud Paclrtc and St. Joseph * Council I
•Jiutfa HnilrOftdfl and Mi •mart river 11 lie of Pack- !
ell* to and from all the principal Far-torn and '
I Soul hern Cftlea.
Ai' OHEYRN VK
• With Denver Pacific Railroad for Denver. «'en
( tral City, Santa Ke and all point* in Colorado ans
j New Mexico.
AX BRIAN
With alagea for the great Sweetwater minim
districi.
AX UINTAII
|
| Stages leave on arrival of Union Pacific Train
! for Salt Lake City and soot hero Utah.
AX CORINNE
t For Helena. Virginia City and all point# u.
■ Montano.
AX PKOJIO.VfOHI
! With Central Pacific RaH'-oad for • White Pint
I Sliver Mines, Sacramento. r>*u Francisco and th<
priucipal citiee in California. Nevada and Idaho
f First class hotvla and eating houses al
1 convenient points along the line.
fy Puilmau's Palace and Sleeping Cars c
company ail trains.
For through rates on freight to Montana, Sweet
1 water Mine and other points, apply to
U.BRONSON,
General Freight Agent. Omaha.
Purchase tickets via Omaha aud Plain
Valley Route.
T F BKKEIS.
Gcn'l Superintendent- 1
CENEhAI DIRiiCTOKY
g»ia lu
i tuUftTUfd |ft« ... MT. k. Su-. |
TirrllurUl Othrrr*
XI ThaVrr.
S-rr^iurg —li W . K.ruc .i.
L/u j j 4.U« uj Lo*tr< J. W Flatter
t*#OvlU'< >i.* »re». h. A. iltulujOL
i' * • 4/u ti i uiUci.it K p. Sii*, Mi.
s ur-rtyor TMtaa ttevd.
c/ J'ubiic JUouty* u. XV. I'orey.
/A yi*»mr C. .fl. Luna UjUt > II XVlut-.i
T. rrtterial Trtiumt »/ —S. W. D-a ,e-» . /
. 7'tT ntorial Auditor —J 11. II a.) lor<
] if. L A mold
L ommu»iontr of P<nii* Hilary < 1 'baric>• Uu 1 j oa .
1 « .. , . ... f Al. i.. I*oak.
Ttrrilurfal IJkrariun —John hiauai. er.
Lrtsm*Mnvt*trof Itntniynj*rf',t—A K. J,*tfrev
1 « M..;, k /,-JoUaauu.l:H7.
/M , .lllvi »««y— t. ■ P. Jkiilimli
I’mf'ii .'.tut** t u*ini9*rrt'tr- -J. W. Brnn.-r
ot I *l Jvtliclal I'utricl —J. W. hruiivr.
I/arsAul—Frnuk NVolcuit.
County OUlrsn.
I. X RAMIE COUNTY.
. I Oeo A Draper, CLairnirt,
' if ■ L. 1) llr-ar, ,
( F L at clau.
AAsrrjf- N. .1 <> Uii* n
Constable* —W.Tt/ii.r.C, S. Dcvoe.
/ istu.es oi lh* Pract— Jiiu. TMattghier, T.M Khbet
■ Clerk ami Recorder —t*to. B MuuLaou.
Tmumer— l). C Tiac*.
Probate Judge— D. 4’. 'i r*cy.
: Pro*ccn'i/ttj Allot n* y—\\\ iV-Corlett.
I School Su/#t-inteude *1 Y. W Ui. lard,
j 'Corftner —Ja . Ta!l*o».
1 itst.**or— Ld. J Morr>a.
CIIKYKNNG rITY.
1 !. t . Whlppiq Pr#S.M ojf. Mayo s
| John Net on.
Rr'd Trustee* 1 John K-. Davis.
I I . K Hie-aah r»,
I Peter II .lußia
Clark—W. Klrhai d>>on. tx. •/. Am-tn*.
.Harmful! —C. 8 Dexec.
I'r«ti*urer— Isanc Bergman.
Attorney— T J. Street .. .
*it'Ttfor —A ,1. Pnf>hi3.
POlitc Justice* - uhn Sl.iigkter, T. M. Tinker.
M **Uuur of Ihw T,*’* a Trustees Friday w*v%
lug in each week, at the City Hail.
ALBANY COUNTY,
f xv. 11. H unity.
CotM'ulsstouer* 4 Mnpm Dur t»« l).f.
• ‘ Thomas A!»op.
Sber : jT— J. R Bropliy.
es <*• ?«>'• -j L D. PMwf
Clerk —J XV M«ld tun.
Probate Judge 0 \V. Uitfar.r r-ojbcfb Treaaurer.
P / Out of ing Attar /ay- C W Mrimel.
.VoJB, rinielUlet.l a/ 5. da— N. L AndICWJ).
Chniiaf l«nc• VI i«
LARAMIE CITY.
| XVmi. flarna. rx *£lco. Maya*
I .1. II Finfrock.
Hoard of Trustee* \ K. G.-ilhmi h.
|T. J. Webster.
[James v.-Mt.
' Cl*rk —John Mcl eod. eoe-ojfleto Aaseautr
I Jlatmkal — M. .x. 11. nice.
Treasurer —L I). Pease.
I Aho/vey Homer Marvel 1 .
| Police Justice— L. D. Pease.
CARIIXN iui’.vrv.
J. U. Adams', Chal.maa.
| Commissioners l> U ‘‘lay.
i J. 11. Urumuicr.
j Sheriff— D F. liennle.
Clerk -Perry L. Suiltn.
! Prob.its Judje Win. L Aah,
j Asoroso* —B. 'it Fyan.
I Stipe/ leJend'ut <tf Scuool.i—l\. F. Kinney.
B XVKKTWATIST COCNTY.
f W. P. N -Me. Chairman,
Commissioner* \ WPHa si I-.' »n«.
I -I uucm CalLoua.
Sheriff V. A. XJcl'kwe.
Clerk-- A. Mclnli'sli.
Probate Jal 7 -las A. Brennan, rr. off Treats,
j .■iiseimor— »x lit. A. Jr hntea
UINTA COUNTY
fC A Phipps,
I Commissioner* ; Ne-ell
1 »v.K Moan.
sheriff —William llmton. .
run Air. tl. Lev
I pi obate Ji** Iye *»'. If. Rcinlngtow ex, off. Tress.
j Pm*' call*ej Attorney ll. (Jm buiaii.
I Assessor—h\. ll**pki»o.
j Surveyor--\\ Hi'l»li son
> Su/Urlntendent of S t**ol* —S Ii Temple.
, < orrtu*r—'i' h uni ae x*t rr el .
riimrelicfl.
**• V '*■){ - ilmirh Epvecopal. Rsn F XT.
Ili<Hard rector. fl'-ui'l 3 service*. 11 n n>. e*<l
Hp. ut. .fl> ind)>> echo* T after mornlwcf a«ifllc*-
l Seat-. Vre*-. A I p-i-son.* are co.diafiy iuvlted I*
■ nl t i»d
Homan Cal ho) ic. lt-.*v Jas Mo<»otrlob, Pnstar.
j Rev Kngto.o t'a--: un Xss’t. Church unU Nell
' -treet. above Twentieth.
Pteiibylerkn Cliureh, Rev. W. fT. Reed. Ph*»
| tor. borviees* nt 11 a in. and Bp. in. Sunday
, chool dlrewily after morning service.
Mtihodiat Kpiflcopai. Rev. X\'. p. Warren, pas
•or. Preachlug every Sabbatb .-w Jla. iw.
i and 7p. in. Sahb&th school al 2X4 P* n*
Prayer mee)fug every 'lTiuratlay evening. The
I pnblit.jiru cordluil) Viß'Oted tq all M>w aenlrmaK
'ho * haroto.
J! aaonlr.
KnlgM* templar.
Wyoming Coramintlory No. 1 Regular co»^
I clave first Friday in each mouth.
x\ jromlng Chap* It x V meets
j nail, on 1110 lire! nn<l Ihlrrl Tiunalwy evenings li>
I each mouth, at 8 •> ciocr p. m.
Cheyenne Lddg--. No. in, moots first and third,
1 Saturday night* In each month, at Masonic UalK
• Odd Fallows.
Hope Fnenn. .mien t. **h. T, K f > F., meet
| every 2d and 4ih XX'eilaesday t»f each mouth a
I Odd Fellows’ HaU.
j Cheyeune Lodge, No. J, I. O. F . meets every
; Monday evening at O ld Fellows Hall.
1. o. r.
1 Cheyenne Lodge, No. 31. I. O. G. T.. meeis-
I every Friday at Hood Templars' Hall.
I 17th’-iroei.
Initiations will ha conducted onlv on thu first
and ’hlrd Fridays or each month. The Interven
ing Fridays daring tho month will be devoted I
Hternrf exercises. Pan. Fallen. W. C. T..
W. H. Wood. W. Secretary.
Paper hanging# 1 )
WILSON & FENIMQRE, U
MAYUFAfTTEFISs, g |
PIIILxVDEIaPIIIxV, PA. I
Somplaa Furnished.
wed-aatSmo.
J. JV. KINGMAN,
Late Associate Justico
of the
Su,pre*ne Court,
Attorney at Law
OFFICE AT
LARAMIE CITY, Wyo. Te»
H. GAIIHANATI,
AND COUNiJtLOR-AT-LAW
Will practice iu all the Courts of the Territory.
EraiiMt on,
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