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THURSDAY. FEB. 27, BY TELEGRAPH. Reported Expressly for the Daily Leader. News from Washington. Progress of Impeachment. Gen. Thomas Acquitted. Washington, Feb. 26. Senate. — The Chair submitted a communication from the German Emigration Union of Cincinnati, in regard to the treat ment of emigrants on board ship. It was referred to the committee on Commerce. Yates presented a memorial from the citizens of Utah praying for the creation of the Territory of Wyoming, and the annexation of Utah and Ida ho thereto. Referred. Patterson presented a petition from a thousand citizens of Louisiana, set ting forth their grievances and hard ships. Referred to the committee on Judi ciary. Stewart, from the committee on Judiciary, reported a bill for the sur render of certain persons convicted of certain crimes, with amendments. The bili does not apply to persons convicted of political offi nces. It was introduced to meet the caseof countries with whom we have no extradition treaties. Sherman offered an amendment that the principles of the extradition laws be applied to those countries. After some further discussion the bill was I recommitted. Harvard, from the select committee ' to whom was referred the message of the House on the subject of impeach ment, reported the following resolu tion : Whereas, the House of Repre sentatives on the 25th day of the present month, by two of their mem hers, Messrs. Stevens and Bingham, at the bar of the Senate, impeached Andrew Johnson, President of the U. 8., of high crimes and misdemeanor.- in office, and informed the Senate that the House of Representatives will in due time exhibit the particular articles of impeachment against, ami make good the same; and likewise demand ed the Senate to take an order for the appearance of the said Andrew John son ; therefore, Resolved, that the Senate* will take a proper order thereon, of which due notice will be given to the House of Representatives. The committee also recommended that the secretary of the Senate be directed to notify the House of Repre sentatives of the passage of this reso lution. The resolution was adopted without dissent. An order was made out ac cordingly. Ou the motion of Kalusbury, the Senate took up the supplementary re construction bill. Trumbull, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported a bill defining the jurisdiction of the U. S. Courts in certain cases, with amendments strik ing out the clause dismissing all cases now pending in the Superior Court, and which have grown out of the exe cution of the reconstruction acts, changing various acts which author- ! ize appeal in such cases to the Supreme Court for their suspension ; providing no law heretofore passed extending a judicial system over the ten rebel States shall be construed as recogniz ing any State government existing therein until the Senators and Repre sentatives from such States be admit ted to Congress, shall re-organize the State government therein as valid. Williams presented a petition from the citizens of Pennsylvania, com plaining of the burden of taxation, and praying for a reduction of the government expenses. Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Senate amendments to the House bill, extending the time for the com pletion of the Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad, were concurred in. Stevens asked the House for the Senate amendments to the supplemen tary reconstruction bill, taken from the Speaker’s table, that it might be now concurred in, and the committee of conference appointed. Holman objected. The House went into Committee of the whole on the bill making partial appropriation for the expenses of the Indian Department. The House received the Senate’s message relative to their action in the impeachment case. The bill now goes to the President. The House went into committee on the Indian appropriation again. The bill was laid aside. After discussion in reference to revenue cutters on the lakes, the com mittee rose and the House adjourned Trenton, Feb. 26. Prominent Jersey Democrats have resolved to present the name of John P. Stockton for the next Presidency. Harrisburg, Feb. 26.—The Senate passed a resolution indorsing the im peachment of Andrew Johnson. Resolutions will probably pass the House to-day. Washington, Feb. 27—1, a. m.— The House committee, on reporting the articles of impeachment, said that owing to the fact that the Impression exists that the President cannot be convicted by the Senate, they are en gaged in framing articles with a view to secure united action. The Committee on Ways and Means agreed to retain the whisky tax of two dollars. Justice Carter fully discharged Gen* Thomas to-day, giving as bis reasons -that Thomas did not seek to evade the process of law in any regard, and will be ready to answer when called upon. On Thomas leaving the Court he was received with cheers by the crowd outside. Louis Napoleon gets 814,240 a day ; Queen Victoria, $6,027 ; Francis Joseph, $10,950; and the King of Prussia, $8,210. MISCELLANEOUS. T. A. Kent & Co., Sixteenth St., Cheyenne, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Wines Cigars,Tobacco PIPES AND SMOKER'S ARTICLES. SOLE AGENTS FOR Brewer, Bemis <£■ Co.'s Cream and Champagne Ale. Book Binding, Paper IRuiling, AND Blank Book Manufacturing, Os nil kinds, attended to with PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH. At the office of the Rocky Mountain News ALSO ,T 013 1? 13 ITVTI ZN O, In the very best and most approved styles Address. BYERS ft DAILEY, JanOif Denver. Colorado. A. S.~ Day & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, Wood and Willow ware, Gen Us Furnishing Goods, BOOTS and SHOES, &c., &c., &c. Ferguson Street, Let. Sixteenth and Front streets, Cheyenne. D. T. HAVEconsantly on hand a large assort ment of TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS, TOBACCOS, RAISINS, Fish of all Kinds, SUCH AS HALIBUT, MACKEREL, AND CODFISH. Figs. Spices, Sngo. Mneearoni, Tapioca and Citron. Canned Fruits, Jellies, Soaps. IKoocZ and Willowware of all kinds aim descriptions. CLOTHING, Consisting of Latest Styles of HATS, CAPS & FURS, Also every Style and variety ot Boots <fc Shoes. feblS-tiin hardware. Cleorge TrltcM A Co., Dealers in HARDWARE,STOVES, Tin, Iron and Copper Ware SILVER AND PLATED WARE. Hardware, Miners’ Millnum's Carpenters' Blacksmiths' and Mechanics' Tools, generally. MANUFACTURERS OF and Iron Work, OPPER STILLS, ETC. Corner Seventeenth and O’Neill streets, CHEYENNE, - - - ZMZrOZJ. septi vu Harper, Steel & Co., Wholesale and retail dealers in) HARDWARE,STOVES, tin .vaee, queenswaee, Fninps, Coal Oil, "AND Window GrL-iss, ETC., ETC., Corner Seventeenth and O’Neill streets, Cheyenne. D.’b. 1 'tf MISCELLANEOUS. JOIIX CROWI.EY. .-'f Every Description of BLACKSMITHING DON Eon shortest notice and in tho best style, at shop on west side Tholmes street between Sixteenth and Seventeeth streets, Cheyenne, Dakota. SA TISFA CTION B’A RRA NTED. oct29tf CITY DRUG STORE. Lowe & Poole, WHOLESALE and Retail Druggists, cor ner of Sixteenth and Ferguson streets Cheyenne, I>. T. Goods sold at wholesale cheaper than any drug house in the city. febll-’.3m BIDS FOR PATTE RIVER FERRY. BIDS for the Ferry across the North Platte River must be sealed ami handed into the County Clerk's office before 1 o'clock, p. m., riday the 23d. By order of County Commissioners. WM. Morris County Clerk. Cheyenne. Feb. 12, 1868. Zeblß-10t NOTICE. I JJEREBY notify all concerned that the ± Ordinance passed February Ith. by the City Council, respecting Licenses, will strict ly be put in force from and after the 20th instant. By order febLStf E. Oki’kn. City Clerk. Argus and etar pt ease copy OUTFITTiNC. . THE Largest Wholesale Grocery H OTJ , Liddell, Robertson & Brown, <7 albi‘a Ith li ui I ding, SIXTEENTH, ST., GHEYENNE. HAVE on hand at all times the largest, must varied and inosl select stock ol and ITaiicy GROCERIES, WHISKIES, WINES, GINS, BRANDIES, ■ CASE LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Hardware, Etc, At Prices so low down as to COM MAN DTI IE CUSTOM OF TIIE CL OSEST B t YERS I \UE am also constantly receiving car loads \ V of Flour, Corn, Oats anil Bacon, which we sell at the LO WEST JIAPKET RA TES’ Onr old Grading, Freighting, nnd Ranch ing friends will tind us at our new stand, Galbraith Building, sixteenth street, be tween Eddy and Tholmes. jandlf, J. W. BENEDICT, REAL ESTATE, MINING AND Insurance Agent CONVEYANCER AND COLLECTOR OF RENTS. Office, Sixteenth St., 2d door west of Eddy, <’l YICTNIWIC. Fire and Life Insurance. EVERY PRUDENT MAN INSURES. I am now prepared to effect Insurance at fair rates, in tlrst class Companies. Among those already obtained arc Western Fhaeiaix FIRE & MARINE INS. CO-, CHICAGO, ILL. Capital, $250,003 00. J. IF, BENEDICT, Agent. Northwestern Fire Ins. CO., OF DECORAH, IO ll’.l. Capital, 8300,000 00 J. IP’. BENEDICT. Agent. .ETNA life" ins. co.. OF HARTFORD, CONN., One of the oldest and mo l reliable Lifo Insurance Companies in the United States. Assets, January first, 1807, St. 101f8,33 86 J. ir. BENEDICT, Real Estate. Mining and Insurance Agent .Sixteenth Staeol, 2d door west of Eddy, CHEYENNE, DAKOTA. JanlOtl Boswell & Taylor, PIONEER STORE, Druggists & Apothecaries, Eddy street. Cheyenne, d. t., next door to Rogers A Cw.'s Bunk. Dealers in Genuine American and Foreign Drugs, Medicin es, CHEMICALS, FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, CHOICE PER- FUMER Y, &C. ALSO COAL OIL AM) JLAMPS, Pure Wines and Liquors, Choice brands of Cigars, &c., &c. WE Imvejnrt. received a Inrßn nnd well stoek a^V( . . » .... h« ■■ niter -h. r.p for h. |„ nll PRINTING. THE Chcy exine Leader PIONEER PRINTING HOUSE ! JT. JI. JJflfter, "Proprietor, Is prepared to execute, in the Highest Style of the Art, Every description of * I’ll*iii and Fancy PRINTINC:! COMPRISING Carls, of every shape, and k ind, Bill Heads, Letter and Note Headings, blanks of every kind, Posters, Handbills, Etc., Etc. Having an entirely HEW LOT OF TYPE nnd SUPERIOR PRESSES I We are enabled to execute Handsome work, at low Prices TH E DAILY LEADER, TSSUED each day, except Sunday, nnd con taining a large amount of interesting laws, general and local, nnd circulating widely th rough outC’heyenne nnd the adja cent sections <>f the Rocky Mountain re gion, renders it the Best Advertising Medium In the country, Office treat side O'Neill st., Cheyenne. Seeing; is Relieving; ; Come and See use. DYE SHOE. On Eddy Street, In f. Nineteenth and Twentieth, OLD Clothes made as good as new. Ladies’ and gentlemen's garments cleaned, col ored a*d repaired nt short notice. Mom y sayed is ns i-oorl ns money earned. Givens a call, and be satisfied that we ran help save your money. Remember DYE SHOP, on i-.ddy street, between Twentieth and Twen iv-Uiril. W>r. P BROWN A CO. f»b JP- .'?m COAL. B F : EXCELSIOR COAL MINES! Depot and Office cor. O'.Veill and Seventeenth streets. N. H. Heath IW. H. Harlow ARE now prepred to furnish superior com from their immense mines, ivl wholesale and retail, delivered with dispatch to ANY PART OF THE CITY, FREE OF CHARGE FOR DRAYAGE.fnovOtf J. A. MOOILE & Co., 0 • DEALERS IN SUPERIOR COAL. Office cor. 20//* and O'Neil Strest, Cheyenne, Dakota, \ITILL lurnish parties in any portion of > \ the city, 111 Largo or Nmiill QnaiititicN. ALE Oil DEBS LEFT WITH HOOK MOORE. Will Receive Prompt Attention. OCt26tf NII3CEE.ILAWSOUS. C.II. EKWAHBS. BOOTS & SHOES. Sixteenth street, near corner of Ferguson A- ■ ■ d i 'L<... - ■- Ji U A 9 YFYh!' —f ■ b 2 c/L ? I ' i “ ce 5-5 fS 7 Cl CiL'toni 1| ~urk a Sjx eiully. <lec24-3irt r. A- I s’o - “ fe 5 * < ” e* >. Z ~* - C "• 1 ?£ E O H I g 3 l Hsl 5 1 2- i I § q *IL g o 5 z > T= >■ = p; Notice. fpERRITORY <»f 1 :;l<<>tii. Lnranile county i --ss. In Probate court of said county, February sth. a. n. |x-i9. In the mat ter of tin-estate of Patrick M ullally, decrHSrd. Notice is hereby given to all perswiJS In trrested licit Thoiirr Muilnl!v Inis this day applied for leliers <>l administration upon said estate nnd that the hearing on said np plication will be hud at my office in Chey enne city, on the 28th dnv of February, A. D 1868. W. L. KUYKENDALL. f<*s-3w Probate Judge of Laramie county. AdxnlniNtmlor’N Notice. I F.TTEFS of Administration, dated 21st of 1 J January, l v 6B. have been granted to the undersigned, on the estate of Hugh o'Kelfr, deceased, late of Laramie county, Dakota Territory, by tin* Probate court of said coun ty, all rxosons having claims against said (•stall* will exhibit them to tho Administra tor for c I lowa n.-e wit hin one year nfterthe (late of the letters or they shall be forever iKirn-.1. UWIIEXI.-B HAYS, Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1868. fe7-w3w NOTICE. N'O person is Authorized to serve papers in the U.S. Court except.!. L. Laird and W. Uofl*. All others who attempt to exercise any authority as U.S. officers, unless duly deputized, will be arrested. J. L. LAIRD. Jan27lf J. P. BARTLETT. E. I*. CJIII.M, n Grain Broker I COMMISSION MERCHANT, Omaha, Nebraska. HAVE always on band and for sale from five to twenty ear loads of j COEN, OATS, &C. Cheaper than any other Dealer In that .I'li' klnda al «onds bought and roilaonalde -lon-. Caah Orders promptly nll.-nded 10, and aatlKtarllon guaranteed. _ z-^_, n i.n I Beiers to the business men of Omati Fund Cheyenne. Jan J-m ■<OTSrrwrJOe.>.igg‘ , ‘. 1,0 7'o rut: Leader Office FOR XF.AT JOB PBINTING!