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* PUBLISHED DAILY. EXCEPT MONDAY. BY S. GLATCKS, - Proprietor 19 THE Pioneer Paper of Wyoming. TIRHI OBf StB»t'HIPTIO>: (IK aDTAXCB.) One year WJJJ Six months -J" Three moothi One month - i-E? Per supplied by carrier " 81ns le copy. - lu THURSDAY. JULY 26. 1877. SSF Advertisers trill make note of the fact that The Leader has a larger circula tion than any paper published in TTyo Recipes for fbe Table. TOMATO MEAT PIE. Cover the bottom of a pudding dish with bread crumbs, ttien make a layer of cold roasted mutton chopped fine, then a layer of tomatoes sliced, then another layer of bread crumbs, another of meat, and another of tomatoes, then cover with bread crumbs and bake until the crust is done brown; season as you put the different layers in with salt, pepper, and small pieces of butter; it will bear high seasoning. Serve hot. CREAM PIE. One cupful sugar, one tablespoonful butter, two-thirds cupful milk, one and a half cupfuls flour, one teaspoonful soda, two even teasp<»oufuls cream tartar, silted in the flour, one egg. Bake on jelly tins. For the sauce, take one-half pint of milk, one table sjK>onful flour, one teaspoonful corn starch; mix smooth in a little of the milk one egg, two tables|>oonfuls sugar; stir all well together. Put them in the milk and stir till it forms a good custard. Remove from the fire and flavor with vanilla. Spread between each layer. Cut in pie-shaped pieces. STEAMED PUDDING. Two cupfuls buttermilk, two table spoonfuls thick cream, one egg, one teaspoon! ul saleratus, either dried or fresh fruit, as preferred, a little salt; steam constantly for two and one half hours. To be eaten warm with either sauce or cream and sugar. SALEM RAISED LOAF CAKE. Four cupfuls sugar, one very large cupful laid, one large cupful butter, oue and three-quarter cupfuls milk, one half-pint hop yeast, seven cupfuls flour; mix the flour, milk, yeast, lard, and halt the sugar together, and let rise over night. Next morning, when the dough is quite light, and the rest of the sugar, the butter, three eggs, balf teaspoouful of soda.spices to taste, and fruit of any kind or quantity. First roll the fruit in flour to prevent it from settling in the loaves. The dough should rise very light a second time before the fruit is added, and partly again after it is put in the bak ing tins. This will make three loaves, and can be kept a long time if de sired. MOLA&BES FRUIT CAKE. One pound of sugar and three-quar ters of u pound of butter, beaten to a cream. Slightly warm two cups of molasses and mix well with the butter and sugar; next the well-beaten yolks of six eggs and half a cup of sour cream; one teaspoonful of cinnamon and one of cloves; one tablespoonful of ginger if desired; two (Kiiiuds of sifted flour, with the well-beaten whites of six eggs; one heaping teaspoonful of soda, dissolved in hot water, and at the last one pound of raisins, seeded and chopped; one pound of currants, well washed and dried. Flour the fruit well before mixing. Bake in two bread pans in a slow oven. FRENCH TOAST. Beat four eggs very light and stir with one pint of milk; slice some nice white bread, dip the pieces into the egg and milk, then lay them into a pan of hot lard and fry brown; sprin kle a little powde r ed sugar and cinna mon on each piece, and send to table warm. This is an excellent dish for breakfast or tea. A late number of the Vaderland, the principal paper in Holland, in discuss ing the Indian war in America, states that there is a furious fighting between the Indians and whites in Illinois, and that the war may become general throughout the country. The same paper once made California the capital of Mexico. Ten thousand envelopes cheap for cash at the Lead*** office. ts. Great Western BLACKSMITH SHOP The undersigned has opened his well known Shop, and In now ready to do all kind* of work In his Hue. Wagon and Carriage Repairing and Shoeing 99* Promptly attended to. “Ha A. D. BUTLER, dtffft- OHKVRNVR. WYO A CARD! The undersigned having opened a PAINT SHOP In the Stone Building east ot the Inter-Ocean Hotel, and be ing prepared to do all kinds oi House and Sign Painting, Decorative Culcimining in Flat or Enameled Tints, Paper Hanging, Graining, Porcelain Finishing, Etc., Would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. orders promptly attended to. I. F. OLESON. apß-»uJtthßm DYER'S Hotel and French Restaurant, Eddy stmi, Cheyenne, Wyomln*. T. DYER, - - - Proprietor. Thl« establishment has been thoroughly re fitted and Is now ready to accomodate lu old patrons and the public In first rate style. GAME, FRESH OYSTERS. And all the luxuries or the season always on band. Mingle Meals, Board by the Day or Weak, at moderate terms. The bar Is always provided with the best of Liquors and Cigars. For a Good Meal, Oo to the French Reataurant* ffFrte Bus Co and from all Trains. E& Metropolitan Hotel, Cor. Ferguson and 15tA Streets , (Opposite U. P. Railroad DepotJ CHEYENNE , - - Wyoming. Recently built and furnished in first class style throughovt. Special attention given to the wants of the traveling Public. Kir Moderate chargee for first class accommodation. LEIGHTON A WHIPPLE PEOPR’B. (septJß-tf) Inter-Ocean Hotel, B. L. FORD, Prop'r, CHEYENNE W. T. This house Is new. with larve and well ven tilated rooms, hll elegantly fu nlsbed. Elec trie Hells to all rooms. Ail trains stop from thirty minutes to four hours, and everybody takes meals at the Inter-Ocean. Free ‘Bus to all trains. ml-dtf. U. P. R. R. HOUSE, CHEYENNE, - - Wyoming. O. M. JONES, Proprietor. All trains stop here Thirty Minutes for meals. This house is new and elegantly fur nished, has light and airy rooms, bath-rooms, Ac., and nfibrils all accommodations the trav elling public desire. Grand Central Hotel. DEAD WOOD CITY, Black Hills. C. H. WAGNER, Prop. (Formerly of the Walker House and Saddl Hock Restaurant, Halt Lake City.) Rooms all refitted and newly furnished. Beds all new. Telegraph office oocuples a portion of read ing room. Pont Office first door from hotel. My tables will be found supplied with the best the market affords. It being my object to make this The First-Class Hotel of Dead wood City. Patrons will, I trust, feel that my charges are reasonable for the accommodation af forded. TIIE BAR Will be supplied with wines, liquors, and cigars of the finest brands. Occidental Hotel, Custer City, - - D. T., [Opened January Ist, 1877.] The only FIRST CLASS Hotel In Custer. Twenty-five finely furnlshod Rooms. The best of Accommodation for Travelers. S9~The finest brands of Liquors and Cigars to be had at the *. CHARGES REASONABLE. W. M. WARD, - Proprietor. (d3-d4wtf ] Western Hotel, Fifteenth Street, (Opposite Railroad Depot.) C. KIMME, Prop. ABOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK.*® First Class Accommodations for Transient Boarders. (novll-tf) Simmons House. New Three-story Brick Hotel on 17th St., near Thornes. First-class in Every Respect NE Wand ELEC ANT FURNITURE Transient Board, $2 per day. Board and lodging, 87 to 814 per week. FREE BUS TO AND F2OU ALL TRAINS A. SIMMONS, Prop. B. F. Raymond, Clerk. ml7-12t Miners’ & Mechanics' BANK. DEAD WOOD CITY, - D. 1. Will do 9 General Banking Business, Buy and sell drafts on principal dtlee of the United States, pay the highest price for geld dust, or ship for account of owners, and make collections In all parts of the west. Especial attention paid to collections In the Black Hills. JAS. H. WOODS, Cashier. Jl9 dawtX A. L. ELLSWORTH, VETERINARY SURGEON AND i Practical Horseshoer. BHOP AT THE BAIN WAGON DEPOT, Corner of O'Neil and Eighteenth streets, North of the Cheyenne Carriage Works ml-dtL T ENT S! G. H. & J. S. COLLINS, DEALER* IN Harness, Saddles, Cottars, Whips and Lashes, Curry Combs, Horn Brushes, Blankets, % Wagon Covers, Pistol Holsters and Belts, Knife Scabbards, Spur Straps, Mexican, Texas and California Bits and Spurs. A FULL LINK OF Leather, Saddlery Hardware, k The Largest Block to be found In the West. REPAIRING NKATLY ASH PROMPTLY DONE. CAREY’S BLOCK, W®st Side ftrguaofi St, bet. 17th and 13th, Cheyenne, Wyoming. mar29-d3m STEPHEN BON, Sixteenth Street (opjwsite American House.) Has Just received the most complete stock of GENTS' and BOYS’ LADIES' and MISSES' Boots and Shoes Os the Beat Quality. MENS’ BUFFALO BOOTS, Haud Made and Warranted. Leather and Findings Os every description, which he sells nt very low prices for cash. All Work Warranted. If you want a good bargain call on STEPHEN BON, Sixteenth St., Between Ferguson and Eddy, CHEYENNE, WYO. TER. W. L. FOGLESONG, Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu Groceries of All Kinds Provisions, Grain, Flour, Feed, Eggs, Butter, deo. Commission Merchant. Speoial Attention to Outfitting for the Blaok Hills, kk-Oouslgnmenta Solicited and Proceeds Promptly remitted. SEVENTEENTH STREET, CHEYENNE. .... WYOMING «*-tn CT 30 W Bakery and Grocery. JAMES DRONEY Has Just Opened a New Grocery and Bakery, —OH— Seventeenth Street, Opposite City Hall. Bread, Cakes and Pies, Groceries and Provisions, delivered everywhere free of charge. a3-dtf J. E. TUTTLE, Painter and Paperhanger. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter. Kalsomining, etc. Shop. Cor. 18th and Hill St*., Cheyenne, Wyu m SSO, SIOO, sm ssoo. AX.KX. FROTBINGHA W Jc CO.. Bank, era and Brokers. No. 11l Wall New fstke make for customers desirable Invest ments of large or email amounts in stocks of a legitimate character, which frequently pay from five to twenty times the amount in vested every thirty days. Reliable Stock Privileges negotiated at Ihvorable rates. Blocks bought and carried aa long as deelied on deposits of three to five per cent. Circulars and Weekly Reports tent free. oeUldly Riverside Ranch, Three miles north of Fort Laramie, ON THE CHEYENNE ROUTE. ALL STAGES STOP mum nuns MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A good Blacksmith Shop on the premises. A good supply of groceries and liquors con stantly on hand. Hay, Grain and Feed. GEO. E. BRECKINRIDGE, Prop. June tt-daw ts Foie Creek Ranch, FRED. SOHWARTZE. Proprietor. Having recently built a fine two story hotel, n I am now ready to furnlrb the ixst of ao commods'ions to the traveling public. This establishment Is located Eighteen Miles from Cheyenne, And Is a regular eating station on the Fort laramte and Black Hills hi age Route. The best Wines, Liquors end Cigars at the bar. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Stable Room for 100 Head ot Stock; Hau 75 cents per span and Grain furnished at reasonable rates. may!7-dAwtf NINE-MILE RANCH, Tills Ranch Is situated nine miles north of Cheyenne, on the Fort Laramie and «9_lilack Hills stage rond.-ta Fine accommodations for and Stock PLENTY OF PURE WATER. Baled Hay kept on hand and for sale. TERMS REASONABLE. L. DAVIS, dl2dawtf Proprietor. Log Cabin Home. On the Cheyenne and Black Hills Stage Line , 15 miles from Custer City, and 38 miles from Deadwood. URI GILLETT, - Proprietor. Travelers will find nt this populur ranch a flneblll of fare and the best of accommoda tions. Grain and hay for sale. mylo-d&wtf Hat Creek Ranch The undersigned has now in perfect run ning order his notel at the Hat Creek stage station, and will furnish accommodations to the traveling public at reasonable rates. Attached to my establishment are TELEGRAPH A POSTOFFICES, Brewery, Bakery, Butcher and Blacksmith Shops. Grain, Groceries, Etc., Always on Hand. 0-Good Stabling and plenty of Hay. JACK BOWMAN. npl2-wtf Chug--Water Hotel. JOHN THILLIPS, Prop’r. Situate d on the Mail and Stay? Route from Cheyenne to Fort Laramie and the BLACK HILLS. 52 MILES from CHEYENNE CITY. 0-Dinner Station for Stags Passengers^ Best of Board and Good and Comfortable Rooms. The Bar Supplied with the Choicest Wines* Liquors and Cigars. A (Jood Bam Connected with the Premises with Stalls for 50 head of Stock. mls-dly SHORT - CUT RANCH. This Ranch is Situated 33 Miles from Cheyenne, on the Fort Laramie and Black Hills Road. Plenty of Stable Room, Hay And Grain. The buildings at this place are newly fitted up and furnished. *nd the proprietor is pre pared to supply all the accommodations of a FIRST CLASS RANCH. The Bar Supplied with the Beet of Liquor* Meals at a>l hours. Terms reaseuable. MIGUEL ARMIJO, m22d&wtf Proprietor. Ho! Ho! Ho! FOR The Black Hills, Deadwootf AND ALL Mining Camps in the Hills. Taka Tour Own Doctor and Veteri nary Sirgeon With you and thereby save your DUST. The Good Old Stand-By. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT FOR MAN AND BEAST Established S 5 years. Always cures. Al ways ready. Always handy. Has never yet Called. Thirty millions have tested it. The whole world approves the glorious old Mus tang—the best and cheapest Liniment In ex istence, 25 cents a bottle. The Mustang Lini ment cures when nothing else will. SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE VENDERS. mar27-dßtaw*wem B. HELLMAN, Is Just now offering to the Public one of the largest and most varied stocks of Ready Made Clothing, Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Case, Trunks, Valises, Etc., That has ever been bronchi to this place which be Is offering CHEAPER Than ever before. He has added to his BTORE A FIRST-CLASS Tailoring Establishment, At which may be found the LATEST NOVELTIKB of Imported Cloths, Cassimeres, AND VESTINGS, Which will be Made Up to Order IN AS GOOD and FASHIONABLE Style As in any of the Emporiums in the Eastern States. Returning thanks to the Public for past patronage, he solicits a continuance or its favors. STORE ON SIXTEENTH ST., Cheyenne, - - Wyo. marlß GOLD, SILVER, LEAD. *9“ All kinds of Ores and Bullion bought, and treated In the most scientific manner. Mu ASSAYS of Ores, Precious Metals and Bullion carefully made and Reliable Certifi cates promptly return* d by N A. COOK, Practical Aosayer and Chemist, (late oi Swansea Works.) Address Cook'B Bullion Refining A Smelting Co., 110 Dearborn Street, Chicago. le2o daw3m New Advertisements. JACKSON’S BEST Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco! wns awarded highest prize nt the Centennial Exposition for Its fine chewing qualities, the excellence and lusting character of Its sweet ening and flavoring. If you want the best tobacco ever made ask your grocer for this, mid seo that each plug b*-ars our blue stripe trade mark with words Jackson’s Best, on it. Hold wholesale by all Jobbers. Mend for sam ple to C. A. JACKSON A CO., Manufacturers, Petersburg, Pa. a week in your own town. Terms SOO and 55 outfit free. 11. HALLETT S (TO., Portland, Maine. To Rational Invalids.—ln sickness every portion of the body sympathizes with the sent of the disorder. When the stomach falls to per/orm Its functlons.thellver.bowels,nerves, muscles, veins, arteries. <Cc., are all more or less affected. These delinquents require a medicine, combining the properties of a stom achic, an alterative, a purgative, a tonic, and sedative to bring them buck to their duty: and all these elements. In their purest and most effective forms, are united In Tarrant’s Effervescent Selt2er Aperient, the great Saline Remedy for Indigestion, and Its concomitant consequences. Sold by all druggists. O (firvrv a Week to Agents. 810 Outfit IDOO h «>/ # Free. P. O. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine. <jj*l Q a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit kpi-ZJ and terms froe. TRUE & CO., Augusta, Drunkard Stop! C. C. BEERS, M. D.. (formerly of Boston) has a harmless cure for INTEMPERANCE.which can be given without the knowledge of the patient. Also one for the OPIUM HABIT. Permanent cures guaranteed In both. Bend stamp for evidence. Ask druggists for It. Ad dress BEERS & CO., Birmingham, Conn. OC Extra fine mixed cards, with name, 10c. gaOpost-pald. L. JONES A CO., Nassau, N.Y. (JiC P <UOn L* er da y Bl home. Samples worth ij>o E- IDZjU *5 free, STiIfSON A Co., _________________ Portland. Me. FELT CARPK ■ INGs, 20 to4scents per yard. FELT CEILING for rooms In place of plas ter. FELT ROOFING and HIDING. For cir cular and sample, addressC. J. FAY,Camden, New Jersey. BALLARD RIFLE. IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. **Greater accuracy, greater safety, less recoil. Especially adapted to Far West Trade. For sale by all gun dealers. Send for list to Bcuo vekli.no a Daly, Boxsßno, New York. Jeßodaw4w GLENN’S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skim, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout lleals Sores and Abrasions op the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM ISHES arising from local impurities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such aa tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH And PLIANT, and being a wholesome beautipier is isr preferable to any cosmetic. All the remedial advantagf.s op Sul phur Paths arc insured BY the use op Glenn’s Sulphur Soap, which in addi lion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE VENTS Rheumatism and Gout. It also disinfects clothing and linen and PREVENTS diseases communicated by contact with the PERSON. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayness of the hair. Physicians speak of it in high terms. Prices—2s and 50 Cents per Cake ; per Box (3 Cakes). 60c. and iJ. 20. N. B.—The 50 cent cakes are triple the size of those at »5 cents. “ HILL’S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,* Black or Brown, 80 Cents. C. 1. CRITTEJTO3, Pr»p’r,7SiitkiY.,l.l Fred Landau, Daily Market FRESH MEATS GAME, FISH, OYSTERS, VEGETABLES, CANNED COODS AND PRODTJ O E. SEVENTEENTH STREET, Cheyenne, - Wyo. S. M. PRESHAW, Contractor and Builder. OFFICE AND SHOP ON EIGHTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN THOMES and O’NEIL. JnnS IXFflfll commissi ° n II UU* MERCHANTS, Cash advanced; prompt sales; prompt re turns. Colorado and Territorial wools a speciality. Inquiries promptly answered. Before selling or consigning obtain latest market reports bv addressing. EDWARD A. GREENE & CO., No. 106 Chesnut Street, may 16-dAwly Philadelphia. NEW SPRING GOODS! We have received and are now opening out an immense and well selected stock of FINE CLOTHING, Made up in the best manner and LATEST STYLES. Our new and complete stock of IIATS and CATS Is the best we have ever carried. Our assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods embraces everything in the line of underclothing, elegant neckwear, collars, cuffs, gloves, silk and linen handkerchiefs, etc. DON’T FORGET TO CALL AT Smith, Guiterman& Harrington's No. 3 Carey Block, Cheyenne, Wyo. Dry Goods and Notions! NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! g: Everything Sold at the Lowest Price J. JAY JOSLIN, 16TH STREET, Joslin & Corlett’s Block, CHEYENN E, WYOMING. marl4-dawly First Door East of Postoffice. Buggy, Driving and RIDING WHIPS, BRUSHES and CURRY-COMBS. McNamara & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors & Cigars. Kentucky Bourbon Whiskies, English and Scotch Ales, London and Dublin Porter always on hand. Finest Goods in the West at the Mott Reasonable Prices. Seventeenth St., bet. Eddy and Ferguson, Cheyenne. AGENTS FOR MILWAUKEE BEER. i«i» it —- Enterprise Bakery General Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED. Butter and Eggs, Wood and Willow Ware UNDERWOOD & McGREGOR, Cor. Eddy and 17th Streets, Cheyenne, Wyoming. I 1— ABUTS ftr EAZABS POWfiXk CO o THE CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, FRESH, DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT, Cigars, Tobacco, Flour, Feed and Grain, Wooden and Willow Wart, Wholesale and Retail, AT WHIPPLE & HAY’S, Ferguson Street, between 10th and YIOi, CHEYENNE, WYO. I'denvepTcolo] Callifornia Saddles. CHA PA lIDIIOKS made a Specially. Raw-hide Reins, Riatas & Spurs.