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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1860)
For tbe Echo. I
r t. a. j.
Cease, my dear, 'bat cv" chiding,
If thou wouhlst thy child reclaim f. : t
peek In love and mora confiding, 5
Hal to harshly call it nareo :' '
Children's hearts will always mow, ; ,
TV he they hear lha word of lota.
-.'.:,'' " !
Wouldst thott win thy child from em r,
Bar tho darling's heart from l ain t
Ceate to cpeak la wrath, rr terror
. Kevrvwill Its ways restrain : ,. ,
".To restore an erring child ,
Let your speech be firm and snild.
Asgry looks will make it fearful, .
. While Its heart ith grief will hurst
Then with lore approach it cheerful,
Learn It in your smile's to trust !
Thon it fears will pass away,'
Vhilo It lores tho words yon say. "
Oft It may with grief he hearing,
Painful errors not Us own,
Bitter words and frowns, bewaro thon, ,
Left it turn to woep alone: ;
Xever chide a fretful child,
Loving words will make U mild.
7ood River Centre, June 7, 1860.
XarThe following directions to
vortsmen on the management of fire
arms are pninieu, anu 10 wc )uijju
I. In carrvine a eun oyer the shoul
der on full cock, be sure to point tht
mnxEla at Tour friend's toes, for fear
at hlowinn- his brains out.
2. (iuupowder should be carried in
a flask, or if looe in the pocket,
kmiM I.e mixed -with matches. As
a rule, no sportsman should smoke.
3. Before blowinc down one barrel
of a eun. see that the other is not loa
ded. To ascertain this, look inside,
anri let elf a can witn your toe.
4. The practice of drying powder
discouraged, as a great man accidents
ba?o happened from it.
6. Always shut jour eyes before
you fire. .
6. NeveT carry a loaded gun at full
eock horizontally, when a fritnd is
waliirg before you, unless you are
sure of hia corduroys.
7. If a bird rises between two uports
men, in a direct line, both should not
fire at once.
ft If a crack should be obseryed in
fiTr m nr 111 a 11 -
T0r barrel, tie it firmly around with a
. m . L ...111 ni.I.II
peice 01 surmg, wuiuu vi .v..
accidents. Echo adds:
9. Fhould ft become necessary to
draw a load from the barrel of yonr
. goB.put the brieh into the fire, and
hold the barrel by the muzzle, it will
po out itself.
10. It is a good idea to let a barrel
. ..- Inside, sometime t for -then
when you shoot it off, it will be likely
to kill at both ends.
1 1. The best way to try the qualif L
r powder, is to lay half a pound upon
a smooth surface, and then take a coal
Mow it with your mouth
till it goes off ; then you will be sat
12. When you go out hunting with
a friend, be sure to wear buffalo over
coats, and wolf-skin caps, then shoot
4Try-thmg you see, that looks hairy
12. When you handle a gun, al
ways take it by the muzzle, and pull
' towards you, especially if it is loaded
and a cap 00. The latter should be
. i i:.i
K mm. aiwaTi. ween a kuu t turn
An amateur gardener end joker
nt tn aeedman in town the other
dai . for some seeds for the "pie plant,
which be bsd advertised, requesting
iust six parcels of the custard pie
seed, and two of the mince pie. The
seedman pronptly sent him half a do
gen goose eggs, and two blinb puppies.
The humorous gentleman admitted
that the joke was rather against him.
$y A witty auctioneer ws trying
to sell in old band-organ, To that
end be wee grinding out the music,
and the crowd, in, sport, began . to
throw nt pennies, when a Uanay sian-
a monkey." "My good fellow," re
plied the auctioner, "so I had ; step
light up bere," The dandy vanished.
Subscriber writes to a Weslern ed
itor, " I dont want your little paper
any longer," To whick the editor
" X wouldn't mske it any longer, if
70c did its preseut length suits me
ery well. ' : ; 1 V ' , f
- ,MMary, why did you. kiss your
hand to the young gentleman opposite,
this' morning, said a careful phrent
to bis blooming dmgbter. .
-Why, the fellow bad the impu
dence to threw a kiss clear aaroas the
treet to me, and of oourse; I threw it
back, indtgnantfy .' Teu siouldq't hare
had me.eacourag hixn, by keeping it,
WOUld TOU v ,.,. 4,,, t.
Suipieioua paternal reUtire is con
vinced 4ibVdrw n vcnaons in.
ference. i n.
$Qfltf IMPYON U&MQUEi
TI I.I.I A ills, fclMUX.FR, It tO.,
Of the above veil-known Handle (which
is situated on the South Platte Rivet, 2S
miles North of Denver City) would rc
sbectfully inform their old Iriendsyand the
public generallyf Jaat lh.y wave'Ttntted
and improves! tli srne,-flnd nre now pre
pared to Ranche any amount of horses,
mules, aim oxen ; and from tneir long ex
perience in the business flatter1 themselves
that they can give satisfaction, vv c n$ve
a larpi BtoCK r hofrsew, timet .ihi osen,
to kHt trade t9 rrfe Ern'jirartT, arid atfaTl
times will be prepared to purchase all
kinds of stock tor cash in nand. in con
nection with our Ranche, wc have a good
and Outfitting Oom'.s, for which
we ore tiof to be under suhl in the' country,
and for Reference we refer to ourpatrons
generally Williams, brai.NGLR Al to.
oirin ciif, K. t."
Respectfully solicit'a call from purhas
fr'.and pledge thenisflVps'to fnrnisli all
articles in their line, of a quality and at
such prices that cannot re excelled in any
city west of the Mississippi. ,
Tne stock is entirclvjnew, and laid. in t
from ths best Importins; House'e in the
: 1 s -' Eastern Cities.
May rely on having tfc'k f r- ?'
ders filled promptly and carefully
and at as low rates as at any other
Physicians Prescriptions. Corefully Pre
pared. r t j ; i Vj ;. n"7-tf.
I'm ACoatl.i'xu'Afloiiti t
L O UPE FORKFERR Y.
The Columbus Ferry Company have now
In operation, and in good running order,
TWO FIRST. CLASS. ROPE FERRIES
across the Loupe Fork, one at the old Co
lumbus Crossing, and another near Cleve
land Honse where tb'y have first-rate, and
commodious boats, and careful hands that
will set teams over from bank to bank with
rapidity and safty, avoidine all such dif
ficulties as has been heretofore experienc
ed, inese rerries are directly .on the
North Platte route, where the roads are
fin and well bridged.- Fine camp (ronnd,
uniDer, and graBS, Uuargcs as iollows i
Two horse or ox teams, each, , $1 50
All other stock, per head, . 10
COLUMBUS FERRY CO.
Columbus, N. T., April 1860. : , ; nl-tf
CR O CERIES ttPRO VISIONS,
BROAD WAT, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA, ,
Keebs censtantly on hand a fresh suprlv
ub uiuceiieB, riDviMUQ,, uram anu vege
tables, which he offers at the lowest rates
N. B. Cash paid for grain and country
F. GEES AM A.V, & CO.
Two doors East of the Pacific House,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA
AND RETAIL DEAL
. ; oils, . ,.
.Glassware. . .
i superior auality of smekfuf and
phewing tobacco, eigars, Scotch
, mod Moeoby snuffs.
Fviry t . r .
rarictj tf Fancy, v t -
Goods and perfumery, toi
let articles, axtracta, colognes,
TPJXnades, toilet and fancy soaps.
hair, nail, and tooth brushes. A lull, and
complete assortment tf 1
WHOLESALE A3VD RETAIL
Dealer in all varieties of
S JT.QP V . Jfcj .
And MANUr ACT PRER of v . 1
Tin, Copper V u nd:
SHEET . IRON. .tl'Rfc.V
. v "!- ej. t-;iv Mi t2 ,1.
' Sign of thJ .;. tiuti .
COOK t Ovo,
TJTPZX BROADWAY, Council Blnffs. Iowa
AJUAUOKand complete assorueui pi
tovts, Tin, Sheet Ion, JBrass. and
Japaned Ware, Also a treat variety of
Sheet Iron Stoves and Camp Furniture, or
laigraiiU erosalng fhal'IabsarHays on
hand aod for sale cheap for cash.
Kb. ft, P1IOEXIX HLOCK,
- CbVITCIL I5LUFFS IOWA.
WHOLESALE A .YD RETJ11L LEdLER IX
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
BOOTS &. SHOES, LIQUORS &C.
Respectfully directs the attention of Purchasers, to his
IMMENSE, VARIED AND ELKOANT STOCK FORTIUS
Ma u in
.." H hid has been selected in the Eastern Cities vith special referauce to tha
wants of this market. . . -
JUy atiorliiul of
Fancy Dress Goods
iteaty a.d fancy I catot eh:ies ; coots axd shoes,
aTiS JkJSTT CAPS,
'j : ': BOOKSTAND STATlOSiEYi PB0VISI058; LITJ0.0K8, &C, AC, :
Is Very Large and Complete.
igBUMiicrs Outfitting' Goods,
TENTS AND TENT CLOTHS, MINER'S PICKS AND SHOVELS
SUGAR CURED HAMrJ, SMOKED SAUSAGE AX.
2U.U00 KU6 HELS OK CORN, 2.000 : .
!;,,:.' SACKS Of PLOUtt.
.'. .. i- w : - ' - - ' .... .
L4000msels of Oats.
We will not stop to say anything about prices, for we have every dav proof Hint
they are satisfactory to those who do business with us.' But to one and all, we
would respectfully say, that we can offiir better inducements to purchase sus
than any other Honso iu Weslern Iuwa. .
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAEHN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
B. R. PESRAM. J. B. WARNER.
Hardware, Queensware, ;f
Sloot tlic, Mat s5 (Cups.
CITY JSLTY aT S:
., ' FL0UIl 4, FEED FOR SALE, &. PUT UP' -"A ' K', -
nm for mmm
FREIGHTING TO, THE
Good Ttrms. TRAINS start
BALDWIN', PEGRAM, 4. CO., Denver
.fj.O - 0 -
. n' C3rorxtlorr enyQ
' 'Cheapei'lj!ai)llheapa'a' W.bovght
,AVi .' : RetaU--th Largest
Grolci nVTixxox-'s Boots
Ol llTirnds, at prices that will ensure, R! t ALL VND.SEEJ
Net dnor to Officer Si Pusev'a iMnkine lioaae, W ver
t i -1
1 1. .. , ... -1
Clotliis & Sheetings;
- tf. . ,T. "C ' i
J. T. BALDWIN.. . O. K. DdDCS.
EETAIL DEALERS IN
-- ." jfT'jf 3fet
MINES - - anJ IaUrjnellM.lVintf, on
from COUNCIL BLUFFS,
0 - 0 - 0 - 0 -
SELL t i.
in Council Bluffs--Wholesale and
Stock in thetj.u M H
r.".......i.Al.' stni. .'"' 4 fj
f'j i,t '. '
' II .s
tlOBERT WILLIAMS k CO. Uke the
X t, present method of Informing the trav-
'!'HrV,,!!,Uc t,?at '' established,
at illiams' Ranch," OFallon Blntrs.an
oxtensivej Pinith-shop, where shy Work in
that lino will be executed ou the shortest
possible ridlicp, In a workmanlike manner.
Mid nt rcafionablj and honest prices.
They have also connected with their sliop
a trading post, where all manner of sup
plies may be had- Cattle, horsesj mules,
and wagons, 'bought, sold, or exchanged
and, home and accomodations gcneiaUy,
ftirnishod the traveler . nl7-tf .
Baker & Evans!
COJIMISSION MERCHANTS !
llaiing purchased tho entire stock of
GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS
of W. C. Andrus. on
We. take Jiltfasure' in informing the people
or uounoii jJiuna ana surrounumg coun
try that we have now onliand a
A LAUGE AND WELL SELECTED
yNES dV LIQUORS, ,
TOBACCO i CIGARS, ;
TEAS, WOOD AND
I ."WILLOW 'WAKE,
And cverjfthirlg elaoi usually tcp't in a
WIIOLVSALK A) It ETA I L
Grocery House !
Wdwill in a few days recoivii lurgo
dditions to our present extensive Stock.
WE CAN SELL AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE
Western Country !
UAKEU St EVAN.
( i Muf. kvfc. i.. tl.
COUNCIL DLUiTE, IOWA.
W. I. EKiG. PK0PKIET0R;
Tnforms his friends and thetravelinic eom-
X. munity cenerally, that he is Dronared
to entertain those who favor him with a call
in a comfortable and agreeable manner.
His house is well provided with all the et
cacteras required to keep a good hotel, in
cluding large and convenient stable, for
those having teams. ..A share of, public
patronage is respectfully solicited as no
hiug will rem.ln undwne ttiat Will tend to
ne comfort of nfs guests, ' ' . ; :
ivoutieii iilulfH. lowa. ' v noltf
Crescent City- - - - ' . Iowa . '
NuBSEttTMAN, SEF.riiMAN, AND
Seeds, Shrubbcrry and Fruit Trees.
Everr varietv of Garden n,l Finor
SeeilS. iliauv (lu;int.ll v whi, naa n.,,1 rc.
tail, or furiiished to sell on commission.
inese secus are or ray own raising and war
ranted fresh and tramline, ami fmn in nnm
Also for sale. Fmif t
pnruDDerry, ooio ornamental and uaeful
i iue iowchi possiuie price.
For the finest assortment of clocks, watch
e and jewelry, iu the West.
Tbe bervices of a competent workman
bus been secured who will irjve btrict at-
teiition to repairing of watches, jewelry,
el., ftc. Remember the place. One
dour from the Pacific House, Council Blulis,
Hay and Stabling!
J. IL Johnson has Good Stables, and
Best of. Hay.
Keep horses for 50 cents per snan, over
night and. sells hay at 50 ctnts per
Near the cio Office, Wood River Cer.
- ter. nl-tf.
A good Gorn Mill is now In eperation,
and ready fur corn and buckwheat, at
Joiiuson' Kauche, Wood R I vur Centre,
Cora In tho ear ground likewise,
Do you wanf your' horses vr oxsu shod,
or anything dwe iu tbe above line, go to
Johnson's Katicho, where you can be serv
ed on the shortest notice and in the best
manner. " t ,-A- ;
Entertainment. ' ' "
; ' . ' .
'We want but litihj bere below
Good acemnmodatien for nan and beast
are now prerared, at Johnson's, ' JUppsr
Crossing of Wood Rivep-' J
Hay, grain, and stabling, plenty, and
charges Jow, j ' ,'r. '" .. -s
Einfgraats and settlers can get supplies
of potatoes, groceries, liquori, provisions,
clothing and many heceutry articles,
at prices a shade higher that sold on the
Missouri. River. If you wajt anything,
call there and your wnUiua be satisfac
torily supplied will! articles of almost ev
ery variety to be bad at Jolisou' Store
JVood River CsuUre . , .T. i r ...
. Fur-Stilt rifcit Cob-mill, at John
sou's Ram he.- Ale a Uressipg Plow,
Wl I.LETT HOLSE,
G. F. KENNEDY,
Tills House has been thoroughly reno
vated and repaired, and Is now open for the
reception of guests. Every ffort will be
made by the proprietor, to establish a rep
utation for the willrtt House, as one of the
best Hotels in the Territory. The pat
ronage of my friends, and the traveling
public in general, Is resitctfully solicited,
w. d. Jon ftscn,
Dealer In Ktonln m,1 ?..... r..-..;
Liquor8,JFruiU, Candies, Confectioneries,
Cigars, I ancy Goods.Ysnkee Notions, Jew
elry, Tovs and a thousand and two knit
knnx, chicken-fixin's, etcetras and se
forths:" which ho offers for sale on the
mos. easy and reasonable terms ; as be is
determined to cIoho out
Complete outfits lor emigrants, putjtip,
with earo and dispatch, and full satisfau-
iiuu uaiaiiivvu-. ni-ll.
A FULL, CHOICE. AND RARB COL-
loctiou of Flower Seeds, frosu the Flerat
Gardens of Messrs.
names & Wasliburii:
For sale by the Subsbriber, at Elliedale
five miles North Of Council Bluffs, Iowa.
This Collection comprises all the Cemssen
Kinds, and alsotlia Finest Improved vari
Asters, German & french.
Stocks, do. do.
Puusies, very large & beautiful.
Plibxcs, new & elegant.
Verbenas, all varieties.
Petunias, new & iovely.
V pinks, a doteo choice kiada.
Pontulacea, new striped
Together with Hundreds of Kinds netusa
ully grown. Prices ranging frvta
Q to 25 cents V package.
Will be sent -by mail to spy address, sp
ou receipt of orders.
Address MISS MOLLIE JOHNSON,
n2-tf Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Wastep An inUlliL'ent, industrious boy, of
ago from 1 1 to 18 to learn the printing busi
ness in our oOico. .
Wantkh Pernio, to buy a largo lot of gar
den seed?, which may bo found at Johnson's
mid plunt them.
Wahtbd A hundred good, industrious farm
ers, to take claims and make farms on tbe fin
est lauds ever cultivated only waiting tbe
duutly. ' ' ,
Wasted Carpenters, Cabinet-makers, mdl
wrights, shoemakers, brick makers, bricklayers
and many other mechanics, to open shops aud
business here. : ...
Wastbd A thousand more paying subscrib
ers t tho Echo. ' ,
Wantkd Moro wholo-soulcd, liberal, money
mukiug increhants and tradespeople iu the
Plutte Vulley, who con afford to udcirt'uc, pay
for it, aud sell nt fuir prices.
Wanteu Any number of people who will
ftpjirccuite the surviccs of an editor, and, sup
port libemlly, their homo paper.
rfj?uvenil bluckHiniths ' Wutild find en
plovuient iu this uoighbornood.
"HUNTSMAN'S ECHO." V
The IluntumanU Echo Will bo published
upon a medium sheet, Wotkly, at $2
V year, in rdratice hi case of delinquen
cies, $3 will be charged. The EcIji will
be strictly Indejiendent upon all eubjects,
andvill jiander to the notions of none (ex
cept our own) but labor for tl e intererts of
all, by showing to the famer and landless
in other regions, the rare Inducemeuts and
advantages offerred in the f el tile Valley of
this great American Nile, sud so far as
iu tie lies, enlighten, encourage, andaasUt,
in the advancement of agriculture, arts, sci
ence, and stock growing, and In the envel
opment of our widespread resources, for the
accumulation oi the comforts and necessa
ries of life, .. . :
Besides these mott important objects, the
Ju-bo will be tpiced, with local and genera)
news, improvements in Arts and bcience
and everything useful or necessary to our
'Situated as we are", .on the far inland
rrontiers, surrounded by all the varieties of
game (hat frequent the pralres and plains
or flies in tbe air, we shall 'rt-teho the
exploits and dredsof daring of the unfs
man, and give all reliable news of L'mi- .
grants enroute, and what is of interest
transpiring at the mines.
Besides all these we shall serve up a
weekly hash of wit and humor, original or
othewise and will gladly give "the young
folks'' a corner. As a medium of advertis
ing, the Echo possesses many advautagss j
every emigrant will read it. and we expeet
it will be found In every dwelling In tbe
Platte Valley, which is ie rapWiy fiHteg
up with industries settlers.;, ' J, . ,y
,, I. .
Cardsfirst hundred or Ub, .j , 3 00 '
Each additional hundred , ' 20ft ',
Worked bulb sides, half sW pTMf
added. . t V j "-t
V nnia.UiVtV -
, - a -
i sheet 100 or lessk , ' '
Each additional hundred,?
U sheet 10U or less,
Each additional hundred,'
W sheet 100 or less.
bach additional hundred r . '"
Full sheet posters 100 ot UJ
Esch additional hundred,.
Blanks per quire,
Printintf Letter Head
ids, Bilirye;u'n '
less, i HO
i : i
Envelopes, 100 or les
Each aduitiouai hui
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