The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861, July 26, 1860, Image 4
Dreadfnl Storm on the Coast of Great Britain, Th London Times of the 31st rl May, ajs that on the Monday previ oils s dreadful storm ravaged the north ait coaet of England, by which not lest than one hundred imd fi'ty vessels wrecked, andn trrcat many live lo. Buch a storm at that se son of the ysar was regarded as an unusual occurrence. During the height of the gale eig't ships, wish all on board, foundered 'n fight of thousands of spectators on Falmouth Beach. A Dutch ftcainer, bound on an ex cursion from Boiterdnm tu Zwill was caught by the gnle and foundered off place called Moordyk, and eighty per ser.s went down wi h her. These sre but a few of the mere disastrous effects of this terrible storm. The number of lives loat will proonDiy reach one thousand- The loss of prop erty on sea and those in consequence of it are infense. It would appear that thia is a yenr ei f torms, earthquakes, hnrricanes and tornadoes. A Warning. The yonng should be warned against seeking wealth by covert dishonesty. The everlasting plea of petiy fraud or open dishonesty, is, its necessity or profitableness. It is neither necessary nor profitable. The hope is a deception and the ex cuse a lie. The severity of eompeti tion affords no reason for dishonesty in word or deed. Competition is fair, but not all methods of competition. A mechanic may compete with a mechnnic, by rising earlier, by great er Industry, by greater skill, more punctuality, greater thoroughness, by employing letter materia ; by a more scrupulous fideli'y to promises, i.nd by facility in accommodation. A mer chant may study to exeel cjmpetior. by a better selecth n of goods, by more obliging manners, by more rigid hon esty, by a better knowledge or the market, by better taste in the arrange ment of his goods. Industry, honesty, kindness, taste, genius and skill, are the only materials oi ail riguuui com petition. Who can afford a victory gained by a defeat of his virtue ? What pofpe rity can compensate the plundering of a man's heart? "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches : sooner or later evtry man will find it so. With what dismay would Esau have sorrowed for a lost birthright, had he lost also the pitiful mess of pottage for whieh he sold it ? With what double despair would Judas have dnfeW t death, if he had not ob tained even the thirty pieces of silver which were to buy bis infamy ? And with wfcftt - uttar confusion will all dishonest men, who were learning of Satan to defraud other men, find at length, that he waa giving his most finished lesson of decCDtion by cheat ing them I and. making poverty iind disgrace the only fruit of . the lies and frauds which were formed for profit ! 'Getting treasure by a lying tongue is a vanitv tossed to and fro of them ,that8eek death.", i ; GSrA man was recently arrested In New Orleans for beating Ids wife to Anxth with his fists and a club. The unfortunate woman's skull was frac tured, and her body in some places was beaten almost to a jelly. A TkMFTiKO Baiie. Some of the members of the Virginia Legislature, a short time since, were offered, if they would support a certain railroad bill, to hare a lot of babies named af ter them. . r ".,. ,. ' ' ? The busybody labors without thanks talks without credit, lives without lore, dies without tears, and without pity save the general expression, "A pity he didn't die sooner." . .. y "Each moment makes tliee dearer,' as said the prudent husband to his ex- travagant wife. MOFFAT'S LIFE FILLS 4 PHCENIX BITTERS. THESB MEDICINES have now beea be lore the public for a period of Thir ty Years, and during that time have main tained a high character in almost every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power of restoring perfect health to persons suffering under nearly very kind of disease to which the human frame is liable. - , : The following are among lbs distressing variety of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES are well known to be Infallible. Dyiptfii, rf thoroughly cleansiog a). ttrat Ml) IKCABa atfttntka ha. Si n H at Pat I a log a flow of pare healthy bile, instead of tno aisie na cnq Kina; riatuuncy. Loss ef sppewte, faeartbarn, headache, restlessness, li-I i twrtll, anxiety lan anil melaneholv. which ih ral symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish as a natural eonsequones of its curt. CostivHMst. by cleansing the whole length of the intesunes wiiu asoiveni pra ess, ard without violence ; all violent arges leave the bewsla costive within two days. -, . . Fvsr$ el all kinds, by restoring the a . ..it., itiMiulatLnn. through tha CtQU VW m w ' m - , t ereeess ef perspiration ia sues eaaes, and V. the thorough solution of all intestinal ob- tmatina ia &. Tk. t fArnn h tv been knowu to cure Kheumatism, permanently, In three weeks, and Ooni, In half (bat time, by re mov'ng local Inflammation from the mas elei and ligaments from the joints. Dropsies of all kinds, by freeing and strengthening the kidneys and bladdery they operate most delightfully on these important organs, and hence have ever been found a certain remedy for Gravel. Also Worms, by cmlodging from the turning Of the bowels the slimy matter to which these oreatuies adhere. Scurry, Ulcers, and Inveterate Sores, by the perfect purity which iheso Life Medieines give te the blood, and all the humors. Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Complex ions, by the.'r alternate effect upon the fluids thut feed the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all eruptive com plaints, tallow, cloudy, and all disagreea ble complexions. The use of these pills for a verv short Trill (T.u-t an entire Cure of Salt If Rheum, and striking improvement in the Clearness vi mc mu. uw""" Influenza wlll.always be cured by one uose or by two in the worst cases. FiJ? The original proprietor of these Medieines, was cured of piles of 35 years standing, by the use of the Life Medicines aton. Feuer end Jgue.FoT this seouTge of the Western country, these medicines w 11 he found a safe, speedy and certain remedy Other medicines leave thi system subject to a return of the disease a cure by these medicines is permaumt TVylietn.Be Sat isfied, and lie cured : miinut Fevrrt anil T.iver Camitlttintt. General Dcl ilit , Loss of Appetite, and Diseases of Ft males, the Medicines have been used with the mast beneficial results in cases of this des:ription! King's Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms, yields to the u.lH, yet powerful action of those re markable medicines. Night-sweats, Ner. vous Debility. Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, are speedily cured. Mercurial Diteases. Persons whose con- atifntinna have her.nme ImDaired bv the in judicious use of Mercury, will find these medicines a perreci cure, an iney n"i fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects of Mercnry, infinitely sooner than Ihe most powerful preparations of Bursa pariila. Prepared and sold by r W.B.MOFFAT, 335, Broadway, New York For sale by all Druggists. A. J. WILLIAMS. FCNRY SPMNOIB. . a aa at a. 1 "l Brat W ST m' At BT. srw M a 1 afX niiUlilAJiS, b a' at illume at, o LV., Fort Lupton, NaT. Will Ranch e Stock on more favorable terms than ai v ether tesvoniible firm in the country. Stock and merchandise bought and sold at all times on favorable terms. u(-ti Wholesale t Retail Dealers in Dry-Cdnds, Uroceries, Provisions, ' Bacon, i Liquors, etc., etc. Hay, Corn, Oats, ' Meal, etc., etc. CasU paid for Hides &. Furs, Colnmhus, N. T. ' n3-tf. CHARLES BITTERFIELO, DIALER I GROCERIES k PROVISIONS, BSOADWAY, C0CMCIL BLCrFS, IOWA, Keebs constantly on band a fresh sopy y os Groeeriss, Provisions, Grain and Veg (.!! aliirh hn nflVrs at the lowest rates. N. B. Cash paid for grain and country produce. m-u.. Milton Rogers. WHOLESALE AND '" RETAIL Dealer in all varieties of . ST,. . And MANUFACTURER of ' . Tin, Copper and SHEET IRON WARE. Sign of the ( oookl Stove ttpvvw WRoaviVAY. Conneil BluJfj. Iowa ALAKuK and complete iiioruoeoi m ,toves. Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, and Japaned Ware, Also a treat variety of Sheet Iron Stoves and Camp Furniture, for mniorinti i-rotuiif ma riiui. aiwoTs vn hand and for sale cheap for cash. June via ibov tr I'm Afloat! I'm Afloat I ' LOUPE FORK FERR 7. BOAT A'ilOY! The Columbus Ferry Company bavs now in operation, and in good, running order, TWO FIRST CLASS EOPE FERRIES cross the Loupe Fork, one at the i Co lumbus Crossing, snd another near Cleve land Honeewbere th-y have irst-rat and commodious boats, and careful hands that will set teams over from bank to bank with Acuities as has been heretofore experienc ed. These ferries ars directly on the North Pintts route, where the roada ars fine and well bridged. Fiae camp t round, Umber, and grass. Charges as follows i Two horss or ox teams, each,' 41 60 All other stock, per feesd, 19 COLUMBUS FEURY CO, ; Colnmbus.S.T., April 1860. nl-tf HURFORD & DEALERS IN Hardware Agricultural Implements fe - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - Have constantly on hand, a very heavy line to which they invito the attention of Very Best Makes of WHICH THEY Fanning Mills, Cultivators, Grain Cultivator's Iron, Sash, Shovels, White Lead, PainU, Turpentine, And, in short, all poods necessary to supply the Farmer, Blacksmith, Carpenter, Painter, Shoemaker, and all others. We cordially invite an examination of our stock. (J"Our Hardware Store is on Douglas Street, and our Agricultural Warehouse, on Fourteenth btreet, Omaha. Omaha, N. T., June 2, 1860. nlO-ly NO. 5, PHOENIX BLOCK. UPPER BROADWAY, COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. WHOLESALE AJVD RETJlIL DEALER LY DRY GOODS MD GROCERIES, n.e.a.3r-m.cia.C3iotia.iris, BOOTS & SHOES, LIQUORS &C. Jtispectfully directs the attention of Purchasers, to his IMMENSE, VARIED AND ELEGAXT STOCK FOR THE ??.!1IC- AMD SUlttG?. TP1DE W-hich has been selected in the Eastern Cities with special referance to the wants of this market. My attorlmtt of Fancy Dress Goods s HEATY AND FANCY ! GROCERIES BOOTS AND SHOES,. BOOKS AND 6TATI0NE2Y, PROVISIONS; UUftOKS, AC, &C, Is Very Large and Complete. Miners Outfitting: Goods, TENTS AND TENT CLOTHS, MINER'S PICKS AND SHOVELS SUGAR CURED HAMS, SMOKED SAUSAGE &.C. 20,000 BUSHELS OF CORN, 2,000 BACKS OF FLOUR. .0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 . ; We will not stop to say anything sbout prices, for we have every dav proof that they are satisfactory to those who do business with us. But to one and all, we would respectfully say, ttat we can offer better inducements to purchase cf us than any other House in Western Iowa. COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKHN IN EXCHANGE TOR GOODS. c&see otjlt tools. nl-tf. B. R. PEOBAM. J. H. WARNER. J. T. BALDWIS. 0. U. DODGE. PEGRAM, VARMEH, & CO., WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS IN ID)ry-(Roods, (Groceries, , Hardware, Queenswarc, IBoots, Shoes, Mats, (Daps, . . . PROPRIETIES OP , "'. ' FLOUR A FEED FOR lay. foe ..w&tm mm FREIGIITINO TO THE MINIS and InUrrodt PolnU, on flood Terms. TRAINS atart from COUNCIL BLUFFS, j x ; ALDWDT, PEORAM, CO., DsovsrClty. " ' ; - ( at-tf. BROTHER, 0 - 0 - stock of all kinds of Goods In their the public. They keep on band the Plows of all kinds WARRANT. Cradles, Beaperi and Mowers, anc" teeth. Kails, Class, Picks, Linseed Oil, Varnijh, Japan, Cloths & Sheetings; SALE, &. PUT UP F. OEESAMASf, Jt CO. Two doors East oftht Pacific JIovss, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ERS IN Drupe. Medicines, Chemicals, raids, Paint Brushes, Oils, Varnishei, Turpentine, Dye-studs, Glass, Glassware, A superior quality ef smoking aud chewing tobacco, cigars, Scotch and Mncoby snuffs. Every rariety of Fancy Goods and perfumery, toi let articles, extracts, colognes, nnmad!). toilet and fancv sosns. hair, nail, and tooth brushes. A full and complete assortment of STATIONERY; 1 ' JOHNSON'S 11ANC1IE, WOOD RIVER CENTRE. Grludlnar. A good Corn Mill is now in operation, and ready for corn and buckwheat, at Johnson's Ranche, Wood Rlv.r Centre. Corn in the ear ground likewise. Do yon want your horses or oxen shod, or anything d"ne in the above line, go to Johnson's Ranche, where yon csjh be serr ed on the shortest notice and in the best manner. F,trr1aimft. We want but little here below - Good aceommodatien for loan and beast are now prepared at Johnson's. Upper CroHsing of Wood River Hay, grain, ana stabling, plenty, and charges low. Emigrants and settlers con get snpplies of potatoes, groceries, liquors, provisions, cloth ug and many necesaary articles, at prices a shade higher than sold on the Missouri River. If you want anything, call there and your wants may be satisfac torily supplied with articles of almost e ery variety to be had at Johnaou's Store Wood River Centre. For Sa!f..K riant Cob-mill, at Joba son's Ranche. Also a Breaking Plow., nl-tf. 3E3CIIjiXjikiS STATION AND RAN.CHX Two wiles above LONE TREE. STATION, Keep, always on hand, Hay and ttrala GOOD STABLINP, JtiSD READY IIOSTLEMS. Also hotel accommodations, and every lax ury aud comfort that care and aW tentlon can proilnce, pro vided for the Guests. If vou appreciate Home and Ease, step 1 atH'LLS n3. L SHOE THE WltiO HOUSE ! ROBERT WILLIAMS t CO. take the I tr.uflmrl nf infnrmin? the trail- ellne puiilic, that they have established, at "William' Ranch," O'Fallon Bluffs, an extensive Smith-shop, where any work in that line will be executed on the shortest .auiK! nniicc in a workmanlike manner. . vaaannilitd And honest Trices. Ibey have also connected with their shop, a trading post, wnere an manner v. bui plies may be had- Cattle, horses, mules, ..jnnunnii linnvht. sold, or exchauzed and, home and accomodations generally, furn ahed the traveler ui- VY. D. JOHNSON. ia.cse, Ho.i.r ( Si a and Fancv Groceries Liquors, Fruits, Candies. Confectioneries, Digars, f ancy uooas,isnxeerioiioiis,rfrv. elrv. Tovs and a thouiiand and two ''knix l,.,.. i,i.ln.fivlna. etcetraa and 8 tnrti.m hi-t ha ntTj.ri for sale on the mos essy snd reasonable terms as b determined to cl.se ouu Complete outfits for emigrants, put up, witu care ana uijih, uu iuu tiou guaranteea 60,000 Copies) already SeI4f EVERYBODY'S LAWYER .. .. . io . COUNSELLOR W BUSINESS, BY FRANK CROSBY, ' Of the Philadelphia ar, . v. tr Jn n aariner " li r. - ..J Ivaiirenaral nip rl" ay --- orms fcr Agreements of all i . j in it . t Hnla. Leases a inaa, Tr- Fetitioiis. - - , It Tolls Yis How to drew up Bonds and " ' Mortgages, AfBdavits, Fow. rs o. Attorney, Notes and '' - Bills of Exebasgo, Hoeelpts and Releases. it lella You Tbs Lavrs for ths Collection ii wii a Debu wKh th Bimmt9 of Limitation, and amount and kind of property Exempt front " ' Eveeution in every Bute. 1 It Tails You How to make an Assign T neat props! Iy,wii forms tor 5f Compoiltioa with Orsditsrr, and tne insolvent wa every Stats. 'I It Tells You The Legal relations exlst ing between Cuardien an Ward, Master snd Ajppren.. tic,and Landlord and Tenant It Tails Yo What constitutes Libel and Blander, and the Law as u Marriage Dower, the WifeV Right In Property, Divorc i and Alimony. f, It Tells You The Law for Mechanic Liens in every State, and tin Katnraliiatiou Laws of th country, and how to compl' 1 with the same. It Tells You The Law concerning Per sions and how to obtain onf and the Pre-emption Laws tj Public Lands. f m ft . i a is It Tells Yon rue liw :or i aienn, ti iu mode of nroceedure in obtai ine one, with Interference. Assiguiuciits and Table Pacta It Tells You How to make your Will ana now io nuiumuii i . Estate, with the law and UM't requirements thereof In every V State. It TUs You The meaning of the Law rnrmi in paneral use. and ea- plalns to yeu trie iiisiauv. Executive and Judicial Pow ers of both the General sn-a State Governments. It Tell You How to keep out of Lwr by showing how to uo yoar business legally, thus savins; n vast amount of property, and vexatious litigation, ky its tlmelj consultation. Sinele copies w ill be sent by mall, pot- a,r nniil. to Ersrv Farmer, Lvery Ai- chanic Every Man of Business, aud Ev erybody in Every State, on ""'J5' -J $1 00, or, in law siyieoi oiniung - ftl.OOO a Tfear can be made by ia- terprising men everywhere. In selling tbs above wors.as our inuuceuivuw k" are very liberaL . . For single copies of Ihe Book, or fr terms to agents, with other inforaiatJoa., apply to, or address JOHN. E. POTTEit , PuWIshes.. No. 61SaQSoiu Street, Philadtlphi-.. WHAT IVBBIB0BT vTAJiW I TIIE FAMILY DOOTOBi Containing $implt rtmtiU. osetiy - ioini, for Me er of d ill form. sr PROFES80R HENRY S. TAYLOR M. 9. , -0-0-0-0- It Tslls You How to attend upon the sic . aud bow to cook for uteos bow to prepare Drinks, Pont tiees Aev, and how to rf against infection from Conta gious Diseases. It Tails You Of ths various diseases Children, and give rue oeev and simplest mode of treai taunt during Teethiug.CouvulJ sioiis,Vccination,Whoor)laf uoacb, Measles, a.c. r Cholera, infantum, vono, jwi- ..rl..a Worm,: Scald Hesat IUngworm, OhfcSe'n-piaAe and gives yon me oesi rem- s dies for their cure. ItiTeUsYeu The symptoms of Fever anev Ague, and BiUous. miwwr. Typhus, Scarlet and other F- vers and gives you tbs baat t and simplest rsBiodits for . kaalr ntira It Tells Too The symtoms of It.flaenEa, Consumption, wyspepsi. Asthma, Dropsy, Clout, fibes matism,Lumbago,Erysipelas, Ac. and gives you ths.bvst tnr kir eura. It Tells You The symptoms of Onolor , ruin.. " , Morbus. Malignant vuii. a, 8mall-por,Dysentery,Cramp, ( Diseases of the Bladder, fiaV I neja aud Liver and ths boot remedies for their cure. It Teils You The symptoms of Plenrisy. , Jaumps,neuraigia,Ap-opij f Pralviia. the varioun diseas- ..' es of the Throat, Teeth, Ear and Eye and ths best nw- diea for their cure. ,y I: Tells. You The symptoms of Epilepsy . Jaundice, Piles, Rupture, DisJ eases of the Heart, Hcemc - rhage Venereal Disease and IjydropDooia ana gio boat remedies for their cure J It Tells You The best and simplest treat- rnent iu wounus, ! -r RnoM. Dislocations, Sprain . Lockjaw, Fever Sores. WUto 1 bweliings, kicsib, "" , Boili, bcurry, Burns aM , t. r..l- ' TVI ..... KJ ti I f Lsk ant al . civiiia It TellS 1 0U .WO riuu U4R I i euliar,ta. Women, and give Nl Ihe best. and simplest resno- dies fori their cure, together with many valuakle biuts lax . ) preservation of ths bealtli. X The work Is written in plain languain f t free from medical terms, so ns to bs eaafly J understood, wblls Its simple r!p MF sopn savs you many times the cost of U- lynet is illustrated with appropNau - v eravings. and will be forwarded to your Iress, neatly bound and postage paid, osv. book, il pmucu ui v.v. -r receipt or iuu- . . ; Sl.OOO A YEAK can oe maue uy r- f terprising men everywhere, in .selling tbo ,f above work ,and our Inducements t all sackv. "J'y.":,.'".. f the Book, orloi I lUavfr.l terms to sgenU, with other inXoraoi, dd!v or addreas . . . PP JOHN E. POTTER, PoWUbsr, No. 017 Sansoia Sjeet, FbilavleipU. '' lob Work " , Cards-rfirst hundred or less, ? . Essh additional hundred I0 - Worked both sides, Ub? above prUs added. . ; DillA. :!" f W sbe'et-lW or less, . , . tTach additional hundred, - . k.ii(iti or less. Each additlonsl bundrod, '- sbeet-l0 or less, . Each additional hnndrsj '' Full sbet posUrs 100 or lass. Each additional bnndrsd, ' - S 80 sea 10 CO too Blanks p quire, , ,, . V .n.r H aada. Hill U.aita a&rt irnwaliiDss. 100 or less. . IV Bash additUnal bnndred, . , (1 .. .i 4 i v.