The Daily Leader.
» PUBUIHKD DAILY, EXC«PT MONDAY, BT
E. SLAT CEE, - Proprietor
Pioneer Paper of Wyoming.
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FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1877.
Advertisers will make note of the fact
that Tub Lkadbb has a larger circula
tion than any l>apcr published in TVyo
A physician recently took a couple ot
ittle crirls to ride with him. They
visited one of the cemeteries, and
while looking at the various monu
ments, the Doctor remarked that he
knew one person buried in a lot very
well, he having been one of his patients.
One of the little girls, looking round,
waved her hand toward the other
monuments, and innocently inquired,
And were those your patients, too?”
It has just occurred to us, after read
ing accounts of the various hangings in
different parts of the country, that if a
man is really anxious to go to heaven
immediately he lias only to butcher an
old woman witli a bludgeon and get
hung for his crime. We have failed to
notice a single case among the score or
so of murderers recently executed
where the party had not made his peace
with God and died with the assurance
of immortal bliss. This method
of climbing the golden stair may have
its drawbacks for persons of delicate
sensibilities, but it seems to be effect
ual—which is after all the main point in
going to TTeaven. (Corpus Cbrlsti
The Kansas City Times says that a
General Cook is prepared to throw
light upon the “extinct race” that
built the western mounds:
General Cook, the great traveler and
explorer, now at the l acitlc House, has
devoted mucli time and attention to
the study of the question, “Are the
Aztecs tile ancient mound builders of
America?” He made an exploration
of the region of the Upper Columbia
river as early as 18St), while in the
United States service, und gathered
much valuable information relativo to
the ancient races now so utterly lost.
Not satisfied with his first exploration,
lie again visited the so-called Aztec
ruins of northern Mexico, Arizona,
and southern Colorado and Utah, at
the close of the war of 1865. During
the past year, however, General Cook
lias visited nearly all the ruins of the
great cities of ancient time in the sol
itudes of central North America.
With his Indian guides and escort he
has penetrated where Professors Hay
den and Wheeler have never dared to
go. He has visited the ruins of the
cities of the extinct “cliff builders,”
and made ample and full notes of his
explorations. General Cook is pre
pared to disprove the idea that the
extensive ruins in the interior of the
continent arc Aztec ruins. Ho claimed
that these cities were built by a race of
people inferior not only to the ilex lean
Aztecs, but to the race known in the
history of flic American coniinent.
Foreign Ueef Trade.
Small but regular shipments of fresh
beef from the United States to Great
Britain began in April, 1870, after ex
periments had proved the feasibility of
such exportt. The new enterprise of
course excited competition, until eight
firms in New York and Philadelphia
embarked in it. The maximum of ex
portation was reached last April, when
over 12,308 head were shipped, includ
ing 600 on the hoof. Naturally by this
time cattle had materially advanced
here. It seemed to all engaged in the
trade, and especially to breeders, that
the foreign demand for American beef
would bo endless and unlimited. To
produce a crop of cattle requires from
three to four years; a drain seemed in
evitable, and rates at the West ad
vanced, particularly on fat cattle,
these along being shipped. But the
expenses were great; the refrigerators
were costly; the quantity of ice con
sumed was large, to say nothing of
freight-money and cost of handling.
These contingencies did not admit of
sending poor stock. The reputation of
American beef in England was such as
to place it beside the best English.
But the fact remained that beef for
some time killed, no matter how well
kept in the refrigerators, cannot com
pete with fresh-killed beef, the latter
being of course brighter and more at
tractive to the eye of the ordinary pur
There are those who now see only
ruin in this new enterprise, and confi
dently predict its abandonment; but
the best opinion is that it will ulti
mately settle into a trade as regular
and legitimate as that in grain, provi
sions, petroleum, cheese, butter, cot
ton, etc. The margin between prices
there and here will regulate the traf
fic, which will be of vast importance to
the Western country, with its unlim
ited capacity for production. For two
or three years the trade must wait un
til producers have a large stock to
meet the new demand. During the
past month there have been sent from
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
Canada about 5,000 dressed cattle and 3,-
200 on the hoof. From 1,000 to 1,500
sheep also go forward weekly.
The undesigned has opened bis well
known Shop, and Is now ready to do all kinds
of work In bis Hoe.
Wagon and Carriage Repairing
4St* Promptly attended to.-S*
A. D BUTLER,
aun- OHEVRNVK. WYO
S2O, SSO, SIOO, S2OO, SSOO,
AJLKX. FROTHINGHA HI A: CO , Bank,
ars and Brokers. No. 13 Wall »*.. New
Yorks make for customers desirable Invest
ments of large or small amounts In stocks ol
a legitimate character, which frequently pay
from five to twenty times the amount In
vested every thirty days. Reliable Stock
Privileges negotiated ot favorable rate*.
Stock* nought and carried as long as deslied
on deposits of three to live per cent.
Circulars and Weekly Reports sent free.
Hotel and French Restaurant,
Eddy Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
T. I) YER, - - - Proprietor.
ThU MUblUtunent baa bwi thoroughly re
al,rd end li now reody to uocomoduto It* old
patrons and lb« public In flrmt rate atyle.
g FRESH OYSTERS. WF
And all the luxuries of the season always on
Single Meals, Board by the Day or Week, at
The bar Is always provided with the beet of
Liquors and Cigars.
For a Good Meal, Qo to the French
84 Frit Bus to and from all Trains. 48
Cor. Ferguson awl 15 th Streets,
(Opposite 11. P. Railroad Depot,)
CHEYENNE, - - Wyoming, j
Recently built and furnished in first class !
Special attention given to the waole of the j
99*Moderate charge* for Hint Haas j
LEIGHTON & WHIPPLE PROPR'S.
B. L. FORD , Prop'r ,
CHEYENNE H r . T. |
This house is new. with large and well ven- ;
tilntcd rooms, all elegantly furnished. Elec
trie Hells to all rooms. All trains stop from
thirty minutes to four hours, and everybody ;
takes meals at the Inter-f>eenn. Free ’Bus
to all trains. ml-dtf.
U. P. R. R. HOUSE,
CIIEVENNE, - - Wyoming.
O. M. JONES, Proprietor.
All trains stop here Thirty Minutes for
meals. This house Is new and elegantly fur
nished. ha* light and airy rooms, bath-rooms,
Ac., and affords 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 ttaddt
Rock Restaurant, Bait I»ake City.)
Rooms all reflttod and newly furnished.
Beds all new.
Telegraph office occupies a portion of read
ing room. Post 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 Deadwood City.
Patrons will, I trust, feel that ray charges
are reasonable for the accommodation af
Will be supplied with wines, liquors, snd
cigars of the finest brands.
Custer City, - - D. T.,
[Opened January Ist, 1877.]
The only FIRST CLASS Hotel la Custer.
Twenty-five finely furnished Rooms.
The best of Accommodation
a#-Th« finest brands of Liquors and Cigars
to be bad at the Bar.-^t
W. M. WARD , - Proprietor.
(Opposite Railroad Depot.)
C. KIMME, Prop.
49*BOARD BY THK DAY OR WEEK.f*
First Class Accommodations for Transient
New Three-story Brick Hotel on
17th St., near Thornes.
First-class in Every Respect
HE Wand ELEGANT FURNITURE
Transient Board, 82 per day. Board
and I/xlging, 87 to 814 per week.
FUSE BUS TO AND FXOK ALL TBAIX3
A. SIMMONS, Prop.
B. F. Raymond, Clerk. ml7-12t
Miners’ & Mechanics’
DEADWOOD CITY . - D. 1.
Will do a
General Banking Business,
Buy and sell drafts on principal cities of the
L lilted States, pay the highest price for gold
dust, or ship for account of owners, and
make collections In all parts of the west.
Especial attention paid to collections In the
JAS. H. WOODS, Cashier.
A. L. ELLSWORTH,
SHOP AT THE
BAIN WAGON DEPOT,
Comer of O'Neil and Eighteenth streets ,
North of the Cheyenne Carriage Forks.
G. H. & J. S. COLLINS,
Whips and Lashes,
Pistol Holsters and Belts,
; Mexican, Texas and California Bits
▲ Fill si. LINK OF
Lutto, Mmj Itrimn, k
The Largest Stock In he found In the West.
SKATI.Y AMD PROMPTLY DOWK.
W«st Sid. Ferguson St., bet. 17th and 18th,
Cheyenne , Wyoming.
Sixteenth Street (opposite American
Has Just received the most complete stock of
GENTS' and BOYS'
LADIES' and MISSES'
Boots and Shoes
Os the Best Quality.
MENS’ BUFFALO BOOTS,
Hand Made and Warranted.
Leather and Findings
or every description, which he sells at very
low prices for cash;
All Work Warranted.
If you want a good bargalu call ou
Slxt.«nth St,, Batw.cn Ferguson and Eddy,
CHEYENNE, WYO. TER.
W. L. FOGLESONG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
Groceries of All Kinds
Provisions , Grain,
Flour, Feed, Eggs ,
Bpeoial Attention to Outfitting for ths
49*ConslgnmeDta Solicited and Proceeds
CHEYENNE. .... WYOMINU
The undersigned having opened a
In the Stone Building east ot
the Inter-Ocean Hotel, and be
ing prepared to do all kinds oi
House and Sign Painting,
Deoorative Calcimining in
Flat or Enameled Tints,
Paper Hanging, Graining,
Porcelain Finishing, Etc.,
Would r«ap«ctfaily solicit a share of
the public patronage.
tfAll orders promptly attended to.
I. F. OLESON.
Thru miles north qf Fort Laramie,
ON THE CHEYENNE ROUTE.
ALL STAGES STOP
SUFFER, LODGHG and BISRFdIT
MEALS AT ALL HOTJBB.
A good Blacksmith Shop on the premises.
A good supply of groceries and liquors con
stantly on hand. Hay, Grain and l 1 ecd.
GEO. E. BRECKINRIDGE, Prop.
June 6-daw ts
Pole Creek Ranch,
ijavlng recently built a fine two story hotel, j
li I am now ready to ftaumlsb the Im st ofac
commodations to the traveling pnbllc. Tills!
establishment is located
Eighteen Miles f rom Cheyenne,
And Is a regular eating station ou the Fort
Laramie and Black Hills Stage Ronte. The
best Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the bar.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Stable Room for 100 Hexid of Stock; '
Hay 75 cents per span and Grain
furnished at reasonable rates.
This Hunch In hituntetl nine mile. north ot
Cheyenne, on the Fort Laramie an.l
«3uHlark Hills Stage r0a,1.-C
Fine accommodations for
O'Travelers and Stock
FLENTY OF PURE WATER.
Baled Hay kept on
hand and for sale.
REASONABLE. L. DAVIS,
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 ut this popular ranch a
fine bill of fare and tho best of accommoda
tions. Grain and hay for sale.
Hat Creek Ranch
The underslgued 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 rati*-.
Attached to my establishment are
TELEGRAPH & POSTOFFICES,
Brewery, Bakery, Butcher amt
Grain, Groceries, Etc., Always on Hand.
©TGood Stabling and plenty of Hay.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Prop r.
Situated on the Mail and Stage Route from
Chrj/rnne to Fort I Air am ie and thr
52 MILES from CHEYENNE CITY.
Station for Stage Passengers.
Best of Board and Good and Comfortable
The Bar Supplied with the Choicest Wlnesl
Liquors and Cigars.
A Good Bam Converted with the Premises
with Stalls for 50 head of Stock. inlo-dly
SHORT - CUT
This Ranch is Situated 33 Miles
from Cheyenne, on the Fa'll
Laramie and Black
Plenty of Stable Room. Hay
The buildings st tills place are newly fitted
up and furnished, snd the proprietor Is pre
pared to supply all the accommodations of a
FIRST CLASS RANCH.
The Bar Supplied with the Best of Liquor*
Meals at a»l hours. Terms reasonable.
He! Ho! Ho!
The Black Hills, Deadwood:
Mining Camps in the Hills.
Take Your Own Doctor and Veteri
With you and thereby save your
FOR MAN AND BEAST
Established 35 years. Always cures. Al
ways, ready. Always handy. Has never yet
failed. Thirty millions have letted 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 »Y ALL MEDICINE VENDERS.
may 27 -d3ta w*w6m
Is Just now offering to the Pnbllc one ot the
largest and most varied stocks of
Ready Made Clothing, \
Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Capfr Trunks, Valises, Etc.,
That has ever been brought to this place
which be Is offering
Than ever before. Heh&a added to his STORE j
At which may be found the LATEST
Imported Cloths, Cassimeres, j
Which will be
Made Up to Order
GOOD and FASHIONABLE Style \
As In any of the Emporiums In the Eastern ;
Returning thanks to the Public for past i
patronage, he solicits a continuance or Its ;
STORE ON SIXTEENTH ST.,
Cheyenne, - - Wyo.
4 1*- All kinds of Ores and Bullion bought,
and treated In the most scientific manner.
**. ASSAYS of Ores, Precious Metals and
Bullion carefully made and Reliable Certifi
cates promptly return* d by N A. COOK,
Practical Assayer and Chemist, (late ol
Swansea Works.) Address
Cook's Bullion Refining & Smelting Co.,
110 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco!
was awarded highest prize at the Centennial
Exposition for Its fine chewing qualities, the
excellence and lasting character of Its sweet
ening and flavoring. If you want the best
tobacco ever rnude ask j'our grocer for this,
and see that each plug bears our blue stripe
trade mark with words Jackson’s Best, on It.
Sold wholesale by all Jobbers. Send for sam
ple to C. A. JACKSON A CO., Manufacturers,
a week In your own town. Terms
SOO and S 5 outfit free. H. HALLKTT 4
CO., Portland, Maine.
To Rational Invalids.—ln sickness every
portion of the body sympathizes with the seat
of the disorder, when the stomach falls to
perform Its functlons.theliver,bowels,nerves,
muscles, veins, arteries. »tc., 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 hack to their duty:
and all these elements, In their purest and
most effective forms, are united In
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
the great Saline Remedy for Indigestion, and
its concomitant consequences. Sold by all
(tICC o dtnn a Week to Agents. 810 Outfit
fcbOD hlb / / Free. P. 7). VICKERY,
(fn f) a day st home. Agents wanted. Outfit
and term* free. TRUE A CO., Angneta,
Drunkard Stop !
C. C. BEERS, M. D., (formerly of Boston) has
a harmless cure for INTEMPERANCE.wnIch
can be given without the knowledge of the
patient. Also one for the
Permanent cures guaranteed In both. Send
stamp for evidence. Ask druggists for It. Ad
dress BEERS A CO., Birmingham, Conn.
nc Extra fine mixed cards, with name, 10c.
L. JONES A CO., Nassau, N.Y.
(TtC O ©OH Per day at home. Samples worth
15 free. STINSON A Co.,
KLT CARPEIT N Gal, 20 to4scents per yard.
FELT CEILING for rooms In place of plas
ter. FELT ROOFINQ and SIDING. For cir
cular and sample, address C. J. FAY,Camden,
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
•XU renter accuracy, greater safety, less recoil.
Especially adapted to Far West Trade. For
sale by all guu dealers. Send for list to Scho
vtßLiNG a Daly, Box 5380, New York.
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin,
Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout
Heals Sores and Abrasions of 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 ana wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a wholesome beautifier is far
! preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages of Sul
phur Baths are insured by thf. use of
Glenn’s Sulphur Soap , which in addi
tion 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 $1.20.
N. B.—The 50 cent calces are triple the site of those at
“HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,**
Black or Brows, 00 Costs.
11. CUTTEITOiI, Prop’r, 7 Sixth if., 1.1.
GAME, FISH, OYSTERS,
Cheyenne, - Wyo.
S. M. PRESHAW,
Contractor and Builder.
OFFICE AND SHOP ON
BETWEEN THOMES and O’NEIL.
Cash advanced; prompt sale*; prompt re
turn*. Colorado and Territorial wools a
upecinllty. Inquiries promptly answered.
Before selling or consigning obtain late*t
market reports bv addressing.
EDWARD A. GREENE A CO..
No. 106 Cheanut Street,
may 16-d4wly Philadelphia.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
We hove received and are now opening out an lrameuze und well
selected stock of
Made tip in the best manner and
Our new and complete stoek of HATS and CAPS is the best we have
Our assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods embraces everything in
the line of underclothing, elegant neckteear, 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 !
Everything Sold at the Lowest Price
J. JAY JOSLIN,
16TH STREET, Joslin * Corlett’s Block, CHEYENNE, WYOMING.
First Door East of Postofflce,
Buggy, Driving and
RIDING WHIPS, BRUSHES
McNamara & Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Kentuoky 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 FQR MILWAUKEE BEER.
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.
ASBSTSte BA2ASD FOWSIR 00
STAPLE AND FANCY
PROVISIONS, FRESH, DRIED
AND CANNED FRUIT.
Flour, Feed and Grain,
Wooden and Willow Ware,
Wholesale and Retail,
WHIPPLE & HAY’S,
Ferguson Street, between 16tJi and 17(5,
W | Denver"colq]
i Callit'ornia Saddles.
I CHAPA R.DHOEB made a S/tecUdty.
I Raw-hide Items, Kiatas & Spurs.
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