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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1860)
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' ) LONE TRFK PAX'PIiP ! .-.-. i; ,
yring A Suihiiier
JUST ARRIVED AT
' KJ; -cCJE.lTII, II ROTH ens & CO.
Farsuau St&ext, Omaha;
V 'Httwtn 13A dff 14A Sreej.)
Where may t all times be found one of I
and Vest selected stocks of
Dry Goods and
Vbt or tii e Missouri Ritbe :
Consisting in part
,of Dress Goods. Piints, Bereges, De
laine, Ueady-rnaie Clothing, Tea,
Coffee, Sugar, Crockery, Hardware,
Carpets, Moots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, ett .
Corner of Vo.lgi and blh Strtett,
Onmlm, . T.
Ts prepared to accommodate viaitnra.
boarders, and the traveling public rene.
rally, wlih food. lod?in? and all the oom-
forts of a Lome The table will be spread
with the best the market affords, and ev
ery attention "111 be paid tohis gursts.
PECK, ROBERTSON,' fc Co.,
WHOLKAUt it RETAIL.
KEARNEY CITY. N. T.
8. J. MARJIOY having purchased the
above Ranche, announces to the traveling
communiiy, that he will soars no pains
to make his ranche iha moat lU.irul.U
on the Military Road. He la maklnf
the house and atablinf, so that ample
-j.uuiuioaauona can oe ensured.
The location is the most desirable for
camping, being ten miles above the Cross i
i'jg or tne uenoa Ferry, and half-way be
tween Columbus and Wood River Centre.
ILowest Prices f
f " -3.- cisa I 5-?2Br
THI BEST GOODS AND AN
l!. lit line by either
EMIGRANT OK CITIZEN
A good supply of all iirresiary articles
kept at PECK'S RANCHE, Wood River,
13 miles .ast ci r rt Kearney,
They are determined not to be
by any firm in this region,
n 4 - tf
A. D. JOXUS,
(Sucewor to J. B. Ford.)
WMssals and Retail
If ' ' DEALER IK
' Oils, Paints, Brushes, Varnish, Window
1 Glass etc, etc.
H' fit ILOSE?,
ft ( ' sieiofTut
- w saasr iaw - I
irka.j;i.T- Comer of 13A Si reel,
LCSyPr'scrlptions carernlly compound
ed ty an experienced Jjruggist.
ITiTinr sow my entire a'ock to Mr. A.
" D; Jonea, I cheerfully recommeno him to
.ty former patrons. J. H. rORD.
SELDON, McGIVERN 20.
Sign of the
AMERICAN FLAG !
Twe miles west of Fort Cearney,
on the Great Mili
tary Road to
Utah and :
Can be found the largest; and best
and Stabling, west of lbs Missouri river.
Wcod and Water Free.
One mile from Columbus Ferry. A". T. ;
CUT C. BARNUM Proprietor.
GO0D STABLES. GRAIN SUP.
Rest of hotel accommodations, and
every attention paid to the coai
fort of Guests.
Deafer tn Dry Goods,
Fancy and Dres Goods,
Boots snd Shoffs'
Hats and Caps,
Crockery and Queensware,
Aad ganeral Oatfittina, Jobbing and Retail
"a Sad a
Lower Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa,.
The highest Market Price paid for grain and Country produce.
HENDERSON'S ISLAND RANCH
The proprietor of this superior Ranche.
f.artng, at a heavy expense, added
already unsurpassed advantages tor s
is now prepared to ranche any quantity
stock, of ail kinds. His distance from the
city renders his herd safe from loss, and
fives him a wider range for stock than can
e had elsewhere. Having a Ho. 1 ranch.
superior corrells and trusty herders, he
flatters himself capable ot giving entire
satisfaction to all wh
B Than any other House West of the
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Lo may favor him with
This ranche being at a point where the
great "Coitrado and uoiden City wagon
road" crosses, ccntainn izv acres, wtl!-
tirabered and grassed, and Is at the same
lime tne most ceiiirany located in the coun
try, being fifteen miles from Denver, and
nineteen irom uoideu uity. Ail stock
guarantied against loss, save from death.
The proprietor has also erected a 'ware
house for the reception and storage of
goods on commissiron, or otherwise.
JNO. D. HENDERSON.
TWO MILKS WIST
Or FORT KEARKir,
JsRANDIES, WINES JV WIIISKfES,
' Just Received
M the Nebraska Drug House, Farn-
J I nam street direct from Boston and Pitta
r i Isurgh a complete assortment of Choice
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1 W1"vl"i vuiwiBiiug, 111 j'ri, ui iuw IOI10W-
-fag erands t
A REIGNETTE choice article.
' riN KT, CACTI LLONfcCO , Ho. do.
rHAMPAfiVF. . . A
i-r I , HKiruaiUK, ClMin-pagne Wine.
-4l J R-3 JUICE, Port do. vory fine.
J ' MADKRIA and SHERRY do.
M .1 also oner ror tn a very eunerier ar-
j' ''iia! 'Overboll's Old wheat, aad rye
7 -nisicy, eicmi yi-ars old ; ffne Old Bour-
1 F-ea, r bottles, ernume. which I oil ft -r
t4 asie a i tow raics, ana warrant as represnt-
nVlU ii, IIA3IHOXD-S
Tan miles East of
Fi Ksamsv, If. T.
a.- . 1
Hay, Corn, and
For Man and Beast
Wood and water convenient.
k$T if you want good fare at the
Lowest Figure.", '
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J. SKINNER, Proprietor,
12 miles from Sir II Creek, and
10 miles from Columbus,
Keeps hay, grain , and supplies produce
and provisions. The wants of man and
beast supplied goud camping places and
erass convenient' Ii7-tt-
mEDERICKSON Si. JACKSON.
WHOLBSatE 4 SETill.
4 NO DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry and Dress Goods.
Liquors, Grain, and Produce.
Put up on the Shortest Notice, and at the
Cask paid for grain and country pro luce.
WHOLESALE Se RETAIL
BACO.V, MEAL,, COR.V, OATS, IIAY, &C
We keep constantly on hand the largest and best assorted Stock of Goods
vr kept on the Plains, which we will sell cheaper than any
other House west of the Missouri river. We hare
good Camping grounds i a the rear of our
. Store, where Emigrants will be
SUPPLIED WITH WOOD AND WATER
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We have purcnased.
the interest of Dr. Henry, of
the late firm of Morrow, Rankin and
Henry, and having just completed our New
Store, frame building, 20 by 70 feet, directly opposite
Jack Morrow's old adobe store, we are prepared to offer greater
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IN THE WAY OF
The above honse, situate at the Elk.
horn Bridge, ia now eupplied with every
If yoa wold like (rood accomodations.
warm stables, rood. iwi h mH innmi
eern for your stock, ston at Toncrav's. . norn Bridge, ia now eupplled
l - . I ' . I ' I klM- . . J I. L i X I 1
mm wui uai only Eivs you value ror vour I "'""fi ujov iub ,uj ucan cuuiioriaum.
aabBey, but atriye by atrict attention to No Painl1 wi" be pared to make all who
lifur una eaiauiiBumerit Wliuiueir patron
age, satisfied and at home. Charges as
moderate as tne most calculating could ex
pect Good stabling bay and gran al
ways on band. nl-tf.
,yor wants, to make your stay ageeabla.
PCALSES I If
- . Crain, , . Buppliaa,
' sad general OutSftiog merchant,
- FLORENCE, N. T...
1fiU no.ks undersold by any House in the
SPjHb'O (Pa tr133,
COLUMBUS,' N. T.
ItltKLEl , ti. CO.,
! Have lately opened a Variety Fto:e,at the
Old SUud ot the New York Store con-
statin r or mot every article in trada thut
eitner tae farmer, bettler or t-migrant maj
want, to supply his wants or comoleta hu
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oiiinv, ana win sen most articiesas low as
tiie same can be bought west of the Mis
souri Rivet, and by prompt attention and
ratr dealings nope to receive a rood aham
of tie public natronaere. ff"Call nH
see our stock and prices tbereter. Coun
try produce bough; and exchanged. Also
live eioca Dougnt, sold and exchanged.
. Lumber I
Bills of Lumber sawed to order on short
notice, and also shall always keep a good
upi'iy 011 uana. ai-tf.
Lumber! Lumber I
I Fresh (Roods, and JLower
' TIIAN ANT OTITEH HOUSE WEST OP THE mSSOTJRI. . : ,
Dr".JIe,iry !fiU re,naln t.w"' Store, whera he will be pleased to see bis old
" cuBUHuna, uBiu uis oeparture ror tne Alines. Remember the lace.
Kearney City, fn4-6m. . .t May 15,1860.
Pw ror min. and country
Home for Ihej Weary.
Clc velnnil HmiHi
J.5 fcF.BTOUTU. Proprietors.
kBrmse-4wo miles above Columbus, and
aear tbeNCppsr Farrv where evar alter,.
Elkborn Bridge, IV, T.
The underaiened announces to the trav
eling public that he is prepared, at his
Commodious Establishment, to provide
for the comfort of any number of guests
With good stables, hay and grain, be is
also prepared to provide, In a comfortable
manner, for a large number of stock.
. JACOD ERNST,
Al . til -
i",a 10 me wants or ine guests.
'Pi s'sb,' sad stock yards on the prn.
iff tni .lr I7,,B whe, required.
I J.fbm and Board for small families.
I fhsrFs asaederate
t rht Road-
lr at any Hmise
Alwuys ready to attend to horse-
shoeing, repairing wagons.
. i.m and aU aorU of work
labia line. Firat
rite ox.frsma and shoeing clUi jon
m snnrxasi notice. Kememher pis
lu:i. motto atwava iiibt.
ON WOOD RIVER.
The anderslrna announee to tha e.ltl.
sens of the Platte Valley that they have
now neariy completed a saw mill on Wood
River, near the Lowor Crossing between
Lambs aLd Crockers which they hop to
in operation ny tne zoin or June.
Orders ..for Lumber solicited,
TWITCHEL A SADLER.
P. G. REED.
SPRING CREEK STATION.
East of Elkhorn Bridge, N. T., .
Js prepared to accommodate the travel.
in public with Entertainment, fcr man
and beast good atablss, bay and grain.
Stock wintered, aad previsions and sun-
plies kvpt ea bead. a7-tf.
R) w K H Hlh 3d Wnm lr
Platte River Ferry;
UOUTH OF THE CACHE LE POUDRE RIVER.
: . .. ... "v: c. ',j ! -. ; - -
JOHNS. SMITH, &. CO.,
Have atablished a FINE ROPE FERRY across the South Platte r i
at the above-named Point where Emigrants can be crossed without :
detention. And all Emigrants and Trains, who wish to save the
aand on the South Platte, will cross the same to the North side, at
the 8alt Lake Crossing (mouth of Lodge Poll Creek), thence by John
elth'a trail, on which they will find good grass, wood, and water,
no plaoe farther than eight mllei apart, with no aand 01 the route,
and a saving of SEVENTY-FIVE MILES in distance to the mouth
of tbe Cache La Poudre River 1 which makea thia the shortest aad
bast route, yet discovered, to the mines and Emigrants will save
time, stock and money by this route, to which we invite the attention
OT (ALL TRAVELERS TO THE KANSAS AND NEBRASKA
' - JOHN SMITH A CO'.;,
Mouth of the Cscht La Towdra Riysr, N. T. ,
CURTIS, BROTHERS, ,
OMAHA CITY, N..T.V.
HARTFORD, CONNECTICCX.' i.
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Cash Capital $l,Sut),tv.
SURPLUS $500,000, .
;BY EVERY SAFEQUARDf ; .' ''
Men toll, work, slave, nay almost sin w
npport their familles-perfirmS,.
et y judicions aet for their
pi ness, EXCEPT INSURE. ft ia" tk
co. nimon omission of the majority wi,!':
loo Unr tbe dangers of thefature In thaeL .
eur ityofthepreaent To remedy this fault
onl y requires seriously thinking on the sab! -J.ect
1 V. Xdom and ,hriCt wiil way ,iitt-fc .
to a. lopt the conservative principle of In,-T
sura nee, to avert the unhappy conaequeaT
ea ot such "slinirs and arrow. .,.4"
fortit ne" as are produced so frequently kv
the bl asting visitat'ons of fire to our home,. ,
n3. Correspondence attended to., fu ! C
THOU 'Elf MILES EAST OF COMJMOO, OB ' 'i
THE MILITARY ROAD.
JOSEF 'IE ftlSSEL, Proprietor. ?.
Is prepared to entertain and .ia.
tbe comfort and wants f the travoUar
Don't forget the plan. BJ-tf
TYIEL.IAM RE TII,
' DEALER Ilf ' '. 1 '
FOKEIGN, DOMESTIC A5I FASCT ' '
33ry CSe-Oociaj' h
Cloths, ' . ' , '
, Clothing, ' ' ' ' j. '
Caps, ' " , ,
Lrrw,o,Pue" 200iB' Parages, Bonnets, 'f
t Ribbons, Parasols, etc, etc.,
Which hm sells Cheaper than the cheapest,
Farnkum Street .... Pioneer Block, ;
n7. Omaha, tf. j
JESSE SHOEMAKER'S ,
. Shoemaker's Point' '
April M, 1800.
TEST MILES ASOVI "LOSS
Keeps Hay, Grain, and Sappliee ,
Good Stables and Hotel accommodations.
First-rats plaoe to,
camp. : :'A':-y
Wood, water and rreia, abnadaaL"
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