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The Daily Evening Leader.
Items for Every body.
Egg-nog Is the latest liquid novelty
n Parisian society.
Urine U taking measures to restore
■ea fish to her inland waters.
lowa has twenty-nine home insur
ance companies.
Friction matches were unknown
previous to 1832.
Unjust resentment is always the
fiercest.
True love is more frequent than true
friendship.
The? young are slaves to novelty, the
old to custom.
A man will lay hold on any pretext
to lay his fault upon another.
To laugh at men of humor is the
privilege of the serious blockhead.
Omaha has a billiard hall fitted up
at an expense of $30,000.
No one in Texas owns to having a
gold watch.
Trinity Church clock is the heavi
est in America.
Petroleum is fifty cents a barrel in
Canada, and no sale.
A Paris Princess has just paid $20,-
000 for a single ball-dress.
Western grain merchants are about
to build an elevater at New Orleans,
to cost $200,000.
Twenty-five car loads of ice per day
are shipped from Toledo to Cincin
nati.
Sixty sheep were destroyed by a
pointer dog, near Sandusky, Ohio, last
week.
It is a miserable thing to be injured
by one of whom we dare not com
plain.
Envy cannot exist in perfection
without a secret esteem for the person
envied.
Men often go from love to ambition,
but seldom return from ambition to
love.
The injuries we do and those we
suffer, are seldom weighed inthesame
balance.
The love that increases by degress
is so like frindship that it can never
be violent.
It is a terrible fact that there are
100,000 drunken women in the United
States.
A cat has just died in Cleveland,
Ohio, at the uncommon (for cats) age
of 28 years.
Low necked dresses are the mode
in Paris, and they are daily becoming
lower.
The journeymen carpenters of Phil
adelphia are about to establish a read
ing room ami library.
Paris is getting sick of legs. There
is actually a demand for brains in
theatrical circles.
It is feared that the late cold term
has severely injured the peach or
chards at St. Joseph, Michigan.
The contracts of the Suez (’anal
work are bound to complete It by Sep
tember Ist, 1869, under penalty of
$190,000 a month for any delay.
A Chicago divorce case rests on the
complaint of the lady that her hus
band made her get up in the night
and make the bed over.
The entirely proper, well-authoriz
ed expressive and necessary word,
“serried” for some unaccountable
reason, is not in any'edition of Web
ster’s Dictionary.
The national taxation now reaches
about $550,000,000. That ought to be
enough to meet the expenses and do
something for the reduction of the
debt.
The Dalles Mountaineer of Feb. Ist,
says the weather continues very sev
ere, and that stock of all kinds is
starving or freezing to death. Should
the present severe weather continue
most of the stock in Wasco county
would perish.
A jealous youth and his newly mar
ried wife at Housatonic, Mass., agreed
on separation and talked about di
vorce, but he couldn’t endure absence
and came to be reconcildd. She cooled
his ardor w«th a “ not so fast,” and he
resorted to a phial of arsenic ; but —
alas for the tragedy—his wife snatch
ing it from his hands found it to be
buckwheat Hour.
A divorce case has just been tried
in Freeport, 111., wherein Mrs. Cath
erine Scliudt sued for a devorce from
her husband because, although mar
ried for three years, he persistently
refused to consummate the marriage.
His defence was that he did not want
any children. The jury returned a
verdict in favor of th® wife, granting
the divorce.
One morning last week the citizens
of Scranton, Penn., were startled by
the announcement that the “Oxford
Mines” had been suddenly submerged
with water from the Lackawanna
Itiver, and that one hundred miners
had been drownod. The mine was
being worked under the bed of the
river, and the miners had unawares
approached too near the river’s bed,
and during a blast an orifice live feet
square was formed, through which
the waters of the river rushed in tor
rents. Fortunately the miners were
all saved, only one being at all i ,|_
Jured, and he not fatally.
STATIONERY, ETC.
BOOKSTORE&HEWSDEPOT!
South side IGth Street, west of Eddy,
CHEYENNE, - - - DAKOTA.
Thos.D. Abbott,
r ""P ectfull y Inform the citizens
»{«k e or >n “ 8 that be *“* J ““ opened “
R O O JK.
Stationery,
WALL PAPER
SCHOOL BOOKS,
PASS BOOKS, NOVELS, BLANK BOOKS,
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
PENS, INK AND PENCILS
and
AH kinds of Envelopes.
Pictures, Picture Frames and
all kinds of Fancy Goods.
3,000 Rolls Wall Paper I
Oj every Kind, Color or
desired Quality.
CALL AND SEE !
janlom3
EXCELSIOR!
Is our motto. We
Defy Competition,
For quality. The best goods, and the latest
and neatest patterns of all imaginable kinds
of
VARIETY GOODS,
Always on hand and always coming.
THE LATEST PICTORIALS AND
DAILIES ALWAYS ON
OUR COUNTER.
The finest Tobaccos, and
Cigars on our Shelves!
I The most complete assortment of notions,
stationery, paper, envelopes, ink and pens,
tire arms and amunition, toilet articles,
i fancy soaps, brushes, etc., cutlery, blank
books and slates, at our emporium,
Post Office Building 1 .
nov2-3m R. M. BEERS & CO
FREUND A BKO.,
Manufacturers and Importer, of
GUNS, PISTOLS
AND
CUTLERY,
East side Eddy Street, heyenne. Dakota.
SPORTING Apparatus, and all kinds of
Fixed and Loose Ammunition, Double
and Single barrelled Rifles and Shot Guns
made to order. Every kind of Repairing
done with
NEA TNESS AND DISPA TCIL
Agents for
E. I. DUPONT’S* DEXEMOI'K A CO.’
Celebrated
Sporting & Mining Powder!
Bargains, Bargains !
THE advertiser wishing to change the
nature of his business, offers at
Wholesale and Retail,
his entire stock of
Blank Books,
Novels, Stationery, Wall Paper
Window Shades,
and a large variety of elegant and useful
notions, at price which cannot fail to
suit those having an eye either to business
or economy, and we are selling
Wall Paper at 2® cent* per Roll,
Shades at Fifty cents per Window,
and every thing else in like proportion.
Don't full to take advantage of a rare oppor
tunity.
L. B. JOSEPH,
Sixteenth street, adjoining Rogers’ Bank.
feb6tf
Advertise in the Lender.
_ MISCELLANEOUS.
<J. ADAMS «Jt CO.’.
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERY
And
LIQUOR HOUSE,
Seventeenth st., between Eddy and Ferguson
streets,
Agts. for Chicago and
St. Louis Ale.
Imported Wines & Liquors.
Also a complete assortment of all kinds of
goods in the Outfitting Line, sold at the Lo w
est Market Rates.
CA LL AND SEE O UR NEW STOCK
nov!4-3m
S. F. NUCKOLLS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRYGOODS,
Clothing, Carpeting,
Queensware, Glass,
Coal Oil Lamps,
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS
Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars.
Hardware and Cutlery
Boote and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, and
OUTFITTING GOODS
GENERALLY.
\ Min weekly receipt of Goods, from the
A Importers and Manufacturers, virbought
for cash, and will be sold at the lowesi rates, for
cash only.~to*
TWO STORY STONE BUILDING, SEVEN
TEENTH STREET, CHEYENNE. [novl6tf
J. W. TEIIBEL,
Is Just opening a new and complete stock o
Drugs, and Medicines,
PUsicy Goods, Toilet Soaps, and Druggists’
Sundries. We warrant our Drugs and
Medicines PURE and ERESH.
SPECIAL attention given tocommundlng
and prescriptions, which hasobeen oup
tec laly for years. oct2s-3
-A.d.vertise
in the
L F A T) E R !
bankinc.
J. A. WARE, JOHN W. HUGHS, P. 8. WILSON.
Neb. City. Omaha. Omaha.
J. A. WARE & 00.,
BANKERS,
Cheyenne, Omaha, and
Nebraska City.
noTfitf
Kountze Bros. & Co.,
BANKERS,
Cheyenne. ........ Dakota.
CONNECTING BANU;
Firnt National Bank, Omaha.
Colorado National Bank, Denx'er,
Rocky Mountain National Bank,
Central City, Colorado.
oetrnf
ROGERS A CO.
BANKERS,
CORNER MDY AND BKYKXTERXTH STS..
Cheyenne, Dakota,
BUY and sell Exchange, Land Warrants.
Quartermaster's Vouchers, and Govern
mdnt, Territorial. County and City Securl-
Sight Drafts
Drawn on New York. Philadelphia, Chicago
and St. Louis, and Missouri river towns.
Collection* Promptly Attended to.
octltf
JEWELRY ETC.
JOHN KXTPFER A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
Gold Jewelry, Watches
COMPASSES. FIELD GLASSES, ALARM
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION. SILVER-PLA
TED WARE, ETC.
East side of Eddy street, between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth.
ALL kinds of Repairing done in the neat
est manner. Your patronage Is invited.
dec3-tf
MISCELLA NEO US A R TICLES.
10 cases Preserved Fruits and Jellies,
50 cases “Borden’s” condensed Milk.
10 cases Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powders,
10 cases Brandy Peaches,
75 boxes Crackers—Pic Nic, Soda, Butter,
Sugar and Ginger Snaps.
5 boxes Hops—*4, ’Zand 1 pound papers,
10 boxes Gorn Starch,
2 boxes Kale rat us,
5 boxes Cream Tartar,
5 boxes Davis's Pain Killer.
Cartridges for Coifs and other Re
volvers.
ROPE AND TWINE.
One Cane of Henry'* Repeating Rifle*.
t®. Al the above named articles to be ob
tained FOR CASH, at the lowest prices, at
the Fire-Proof Block.
CHARLES MCDONALD,
CORNER TWENTIETH AND O'NEIL
STREETS, CHEYENNE, I>. T.
Jaugtf
S. M. PHEHIIAW,
Contractor and Builder,
Cheyenne, D. T.,
"ITTULL execute all work entrusted te his
VY care, witj< «eyi I*l f
OUTFITTING.
Glenn & Talpey,
GENERAL
OUTFITTING HOUSE,
Comer Sixteenth and Eerguson streets,
Cheyoaao, ------ - • Dakota-
Dealers in
GROCERIES, PRO VISIONS,
LIQUORS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUITS
COFFEES AND TEAS,
RANCH PRODUCE,
ETC., ETC.,
HAVING Ju.t received an extensive ana
choice aaaortment of the above article,
we solicit the patronage .t wholesale and
retail buyers. Our prices are os
LOW AS THE LOWEST.
sept 24
MINNING A POST,
Forwarding
AND
Commission Me rchan s
Cor. 17tA and Eerguson sts., Q’loyenne, D. 7'.
RECEIVE GOODS ON STORAGE.
CASH ADVANCES ON
CONSIGNMEN I S.
HAVING a commodious Warehouse orthe
Storage and Kale of merchandize of all
descriptions, we will devote our entire atten
tion to the sale of goods left In our ha ds.
Remittance* Promptly Ma -e,
on Sale of Good*.
o<Wm
Cornforth Brothers,
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERS,
Forwarding & Commission
MERCHANTS,
Corner Eddy and Seventeenth street*, Chey
enne, and F st., below Blake, Denver.
HAVING opened a branch store in this
place, we ask the patronage of our old
friends and the public, and hope that by fair
dealing we may deserve the patronage so
liberally bestowed on us at our house in
Denver. septlOtf
N. 11. Heath «k Co..
AUCTION
Storage & Commission
MERCHANTS,
Bevontconth street, Cheyenne, Dakota.
Auction sales of cattle, horses, mules, wa
gons, etc. Sales at one o'clock and at half
past six o’clock in the afternoon of each day.
Also, a commodious corral, for the accom
modation of teamsters and travelers, is con
nected with the establishment.
DEALERS in groceries, clot bine, boots
and shoes, harnesses, saddles, lumber,
shingles, nulls, etc.
Advance* made ou ConalKiimtiaU.
AUCTION SALES DAILY.
sept!9tf
E. P. SNOW,
WITH
A. S. Day & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealcs in
Groceries and Provisions,
Boots, Nlioes, Clothing, and
General Outfitting Good*.
Ferguson street, Cheyenne, Dakota.
febi.3-6in
Mill* & McAllister,
Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHING,
■t Douglass Street,
OMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA.
naviNMf,
MCDONALD'S COLUMN.
Storage,
FORWARDING,
and
Commission Merchants
STONE BLOCK
FIRE PROOF WAREHOUSES
Cor. 20th and O'Neill eta.,
CHEYENNNE, - - DAKOTA.
Chas. McDonald’s
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocery House I
and
General Outfitting Establishment
The finest Warehouse In tne “ MaSic City!’’
The best arranged Storehouse for PROMPT
BUSINESS, and the Largest stock of
GROCES RIES
For use of Families, Freighters, Restaurants
Ac., Ac..
WEST OF CHICAGO.
We invite all to call and examine our
Stock and Prices before procuring their sup
plies, feellug sure It wifi bo to their advan
tage. Wo are determined to sell at tho
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
We enumerate, in part, our stock :
1000 sacks “States” Flour—Pappllion, Da
vis, Fort Calhoun, Walnut Hill, wash
idgton, and Avoca brands.
400 sacks prime Potatoes.
100 sacks prime Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
25 casks sugar-cured Hains.
25 sacks canvassed and plain Hams.
50 bbls, loaf, crushed, powdered, and oof
fee Sugars.
100 boxes prime Cheese.
25 bbls. Beans.
10 bbls. Rice.
25 bbls. New York Golden Syrup.
50 10-gall on kegs “ " “
5o 5-gallon kegs “ “ “
50 sacks Rio Coffee, prime and choice.
50 sucks Laguyru, “ “
At Charles McDonald’s,
goods are sold at the lowest figures.
States’ ITlour,
Best at Eight Dollars per sack.
At Charles McDonald's.
Canned ITi-iiltw
At Charles McDonald’s,
100 cases strawberries. Peaches, Pine Ap
ples, I’ears, Cherries, Ac.
Canned 'VogfoLuLilcs,
At Charles McDonald’s,
260 eases Green Peas, Green Corn, Toma
toes. Asparagus, Ac.
Storage iu
Charles McDonald's
VIRE-PROOE WAIiEHO USES.
Dried I'l-uitH.
50 boxes Layer's Raisins. H and ' } boxes.
20 barrels dried Apples.
15 “ “ Peaches.
3 casks 11 Prunes.
6 barrels “ Cherries,
25 barrels “ Currants.
Pickles
At Charles McDonald’s,
25 barrels Crosse A Blackwell’s “cow cow,’
J’ieallilli and Mixed I’iekle.s—imported
20 cases Mixed I’ii kles—Baltimore.
20 cases Pickled Onions—l ' mid gallons
Goods Received and Hold on Commission,
By Charles McDonald,
And Advantes made on Concignmonts.
SSivu<»ew, «Sc<?.,
A t Charles McDonald’s.
10 cases Lea A Perrin’s “ Worcestershire ”
Sauce.
5 cases Norton A Andrews’ ’‘Jockey Club.”
10 cases Tomato and Walnut Catsups.
10 lujxes Brown's Extract Jamaica Ginger.
5 boxes Louis Frere A Co’s French Mustard.
At Charles McDonald’s.
125 cases “Fleld!s” steamed cove Oysters.
20 cases Numsen «C Carroll's Pickled Oystr's
AT LO IF PRICES.
Storug-e
At Charles McDonald’s.
SplocH, Ace.
50 packages Cloves, Pepper, Allspice, Maae
Nutmegs, Ginger. Ac.
ITox’ttg’e.
1000 sacks Htates corn.
500 tons Hay.
Wliiislcics, Brttnaieis.Glii,
"XVlue utid Bitters.
28 barrels Ohl Bourbon Whisky-Fine.
25 barrels Monongahela “
50 cases Fine Bourbon Whisky, quarts.
20 “ Old London Dock Brandy “
15 “ •• “ Port Wine. “
15 “ Sherry Wine,
50 “ Still and sparkling Catawba.
“Ixmgworth’s.”
100 “ “Uhns. Heidsiek Afliciuolt,” Cham
pagn • pints mid quarts.
10 “ Sauterne Wine.
10 ” Drake's Plantation Bitters.
50 “ Red Jacket Bitters.
10 “ Stoughton’s Bitters.
10 “ Baker’s Cocktail Bitters.
10 fAittage Bitters.
10 “ l.og Mibln Bitters.
5 " liosletter's Bitters,
5 “ Aromatic Sehiedum Schnapps.
TTlouix- nt i>ei- Snelt,
At Charles McDonald’s.
Cocldnlls
At Charles McDonald’s.
5 cases Brandy Cbcktnils, prime.
10 eases Whisky
5 cases Gin •• “
Ilnrdwn re
At Charles McDonald’s,
200 kegs assorted Nails and Spikes,
200 kegs finishing Nails,
200 kegs Horse Shoes,
550 sets Ox Shoes,
60 kegs Mule Shoes,
10 boxes Horse and Mule Shoe Nalls,
75 Grind Stones, assorted • mid a general as.
sortnicnt of Butts, ixieks. Knobs, Hin
ges, Screws, St nip Hinges, etc.
CiKaiw, dxe-winj; nucl
in ok i ii fje Tol>n.<?<»ow,
All kinds and Best Qualities,
A iso a One assortment of plain pn<| tanojr
C a n rl 1 e h.

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