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,.. THE' HUNTSMAN'S ECHO.
-l ' lLHLISIIEO AT
WOOD'HIVER CKXTER, K
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""" trtRT TnrnsPAT Moiwsn.
, lerm- Per V : . r i i t t I 2 00
Independent In E erjtuing
i.. Neutral In .otlilng.
' THfirsfcAY, SEPTEMBER. 6. J8.
For HvnlrMitn'r Echo', authorized to re
ceive scbscripiions and ' advertising, and
also to revive and receipt for any monies.
'K T.Fpo o,; T. M:, Council Bluff-,. Ia.
'A: D. one, Omaha, i . . N. T.
Wt D. Johnson, Florence, i
John; Kck, Columbus, ,
IL J- Hudson. Genoa. . .. "
' I'ost Master, Fort Kearney, . .
t. Haines, Denver City J . . .
.v-S'NEW POST OFFICE. ,.
i rtat Ofllra liu bees) entapliehei at
11ti4 place.' lo ba called Wood River.'' .
Tlili'wifl be a great convenience to us,
htiil insuy of our neighbors. ' '
Z !',;VVOM " and l'p. .
Tbaf the tulk, when you tbuuee to
gel down, dou't lie there and snivel, but
get up, crawl up, walk up, trot up, run
Hp, roll np tumble up, crowd up, and
even, if necessary,' climb up anyway
no you are up again. ' We are again up
not, however, in the scale of worldly
fain, but up Wood River," and here in
ar sanctum, making a few notes to fill
nyacant column or two for the Echo, as
wc have escaped annihilation from the
V"kte which, by the by, is a wonder
ful piipcr, but, of late, not half so inter
wsjing na wa hoped to find it newly-wed
eortecpondent gone East to rusticate and
miupcrate, and fighting editor, absent.
.ranvutntiori ail ipent,iin(l Blaster sober-
eti-Jirought'to' V knowledge of eora6
to,.!. ';.':. j..... 7 j
uum, lire rcununN,U0UQlIC5S,
'ij drori'ino t"e'foilai so ya't
'oilually. seized of late, and . traliantly
wielded, and fer so carefully avoidin" a
rvso meeting with. ua: -through our
ugtfened stay at Council BluffZ,'" ,
&.Yf remark, ntdfal; itctUd, e.--.
ie who in brave whrm th tnejny is at a
'dftnefl shouldn't akulk J.t hia an-
-firOauh t -t hereby bang a' t-Jic.' : ' -,
' f .Mliadale.Tia CouujirBlunYand
.CJiAMhti we arrtred here. S.iU
.time to regale upon a prjCuelon of roost
uuuwo, we came up the Platte Val
lo we. were nleaAwl tn .!.:
. the peon'le were going for
- loKTi : Cropa aeenicd iangnishingand
nuch injured. vA. ice ahower foil on
Saturday. '.At Cleveland, our cood
v" twvrn preiientea ua with
hair a dozen (rhe melons, of which he
lias an abundance of the Terr finest.
(?'iie rascla have visltod his patch un,
,4K r eover. of darkness land destroyed
m.DJniay tbeir ahadows dwindle !)-
i UuproTements are eoinir on thro'.
, out . tie Valley, The .Telegraph line U
progrefiamg, and the poles and wire are
ajong yearly the wbolo route, and
. poic; set a part of the way. " t '
ii ,'cll, we must drTuVthis oIatter. an.1
gi and make hay'while the! sen ahinea,
4 Pr,Par,t give our readers, .in a
1 ,liir.' Bw$ ; freahr-JiTe tlmitea
from the Atlantie.
C'an'l stand It!,. :..
httklik ore again continually eomin
about our farm, ranche and ofBee, both
trtng ui by eating our vegetable, crop
, (last genyralJy ; and not being able
' t,tn'l it longer, , we sent 'the boys"
- ' and P9 I, out to drive them away j this
resulted in prostrating the earcaasea of
na aa ;aoga and wole are icarce
n. uaM w oreakiast, dine and sup
; freia thelv flwfc ,-ince 0uf tnpll- w
atan't try toand Jv..and give timely
; notice tht the 0f fira,arnM W,U be
, a common tning ln bl peck of woods,
'S" uales thcae Wullrghtful looking
creatures desist from peaig into? our
- oifiw?, and i'm-fomnomnrt ourrinfo. i
. , r V. s. rxprcHU Coiupani' L ' '
A jurougoiuo indefatigable efor f
Mr. fcbepard, Div. Superintendan,;of the
U. S.Kxpress Company, the line' of their
opcratian has'bom' cxtenlVeatward
'to Kearney, affording' a safe' "and con
. venicot mode of traiMtt to every pari of
" iheXwob or all articles- antrusted'to
their are. f roni the eBorgy1 which ha
t:kiT chawtetized ' this 'Company wo
in ay safely concl udt that, they , will, vra
1 ' s.xU:ud their opemiions to Denver.
A,t preHonthotv?r thov will uuita at
ruey ritk ihau Joseph and Dm
Ei press Co.
..awine ...cH.Mr.. AVe, till thaatten.
i of j).-ru;.!Js t of euii loy-iient trj lid
,i, l!u-.,.,..iit rf til Frt fiei;g Msetftae
CorIon Arrrste4. .
.lame A. Gordon, who fled frem Den
Ter some time ainee, was arrested re
cent It, two hundered miles aouth-west
of LcATenwoi tb, and is clesely confined
in Leavenworth jail awaiting his trial
for murder. He was captured by the
sheriff of Arapahoe Co., Mr. Middaugh,
an energetic officer i who came down with
the Express coach, and headed off the
prisoner who had taken the Arkansas
route., He sent back a letter to a citizen
of Denver, which' fell into the hands
of the Bheriff, and led to the discovery
of his Movements, destination and sub
sequent arrest. It is said that he quiet
ly surrendered and has made no attempt
to escape. We can but regret that one
eo young, and, by nature, happily endow
ed, should bo thus led to crime, infamy
and a shortened existence by intemper
ance and uncontrollable passion. Oh,
alcohol! Crime, the result of thy power
is legion ! . . . T ,
At Ills Old Trlt'kB !
Hill of the Harmon to. Flag, has
resuscitated, got a new Cilice, and open
cd out new series of Hags first, nuiu
ber received. WilUnm means to bo an
orderly and clever fellow and a good
Democrat, yet, lie has a happy, though
odd wuv of pokinz straws at us, and
commences in first issue. Take care!
Vtilliam. "tro. tin no more !" or your
flag may be i .truck, and the Hill in
Tour neighborhood get tumbled and lev
elled. Wo re a peaceable, quiet, lone
man abounding in good morals, and
hard work.' (See Rvgle) and shan't
allow our Vieighbors (?) even to insinuate
naughty things against us at least,
if truthfulness or respectability is
possessed, or even claimed. Look out,
Spiudlf-sbanLa 1 or we may get after you,
but, V.eep your Flag waving and your
loudvpt horn tooting ; and aa you know
something of fencing, rail at those
woiilly Lincolnites up there. "Flax
thata out this fall, and we forgive you
Our old friend, Dr. Farner, of Coun
cil Bluffs, spent a few days with us last
week, enroute "for the Peak." We had
a general and collective goou time
chasing pleasure and killing time and
buffalo. Doo. goes out with F. Gcesa.
man, and a stock of drags, with the in
tention of opening a drug Btore in Den
ver. We wish them the fulness of good
luck i for thev deaerve it. Doc. F. is
one of the most jovial and companion
able fellows in nature, and knows how
to enjoy all the vicissitudes of life to the
moat superlative advantage, and ia one
of the best surgeons, and practical phy
sicians in the West. i
In our absence, our ranche was favor
ed by a visit from our amiable, ener
getic neighbors over at Genoa, Major
Gillis and aons the first-named, agent
for the Pawnee Indians.
' . The major and his friends were a few
days rusticating in the sports . of the
chose, and were abundantly successful
It seems that the major'sdemand for
troops to protect the Pawnees from the
rapacity of the Sioux, has been endorsed
at bead-quarters, and already a detach
mcnt of horse and foot have gone over.
' ' , TueTelecranh. i VX
Workmen' are busily engaged in put
ting up poles for the telegraph between
Omaha an4 f ort Kearney. Most, if not
all, of the wire baa been distributed at
convenient points, and will doubtless be
finished in the courso of two weeks.
The wires are rapidly being stretched
between Omaha ana at. Joseph, and
when completed, we will be able to fur
nish our readers with Eastern news con-
vcjed to us by flaahes of lightning. J
More Indiaji a Trouble amoni
i ne rawneei, quite a "skriuv
mage" Two Kioux killed.
Oa Saturday last, a small War-party of
Cheyennea, numbering 30, made a descent
upon the Pawnee vi Utge, for the purpose
of Ukinf bj a cmp-de-fooin, any number
of tha ponies of the. Pawnees The at
tacked party gave tt alarm the other
party retreated witheut any ponlea, boHjongiDg to "Dog belly's" party, on the
pursued. i; Two' of the aggressors wi 'lOfk iM.t , occurred about twenty
Blain, and the remainder pursued for twea
ty miles. , Thedetachmantof aoldiera from
Kearney bad just arrived, and encamped
at some liatance, bi t hastily with Major
Gillis joined the chase, but could not get
near enongh to have a talk. , ,
lu their hot haU tlie Cheyennea left be-
hiot is a boety for the Pawnees some 8 or
10 ponks, aad any quantity of juoccaains,
Hibea, and came quipag.
', rrnfc Leslie' 1
. If ye. would read the moat InUreatlag,
the raciest, fuunleat.and beet f periodi
eala, aend fo JFrak U.li?, bim.elf an
artist pfcoarsoigpictorui, 1M get p
with niore skllT a bcaoty lftoM ftf
any 'o'hiscomjxtersi ',' . y ,
' Ills Mag'aln is beaivglth piBUrial
eocfintiog, d bis Pulg4 f Fun wi
eaius ycur1 fcitttwa lifiy oif i), laughing.
)(ipL .DujT.Thoa who are teturniei
with any mt preelous. arjif!, will do
well W call upn iJ-jow MiUrd, fvia
hm-r Tbey pay e4 ifipe f Ji j lilvrrtiss q
EtusDALX, Iowa. Aug. 18, 1860.
Dfar Echt s Wa are one agaia at our
old home" amid tha hills and vallies of
our favorite Ellisdale, and after att absence '
of near three months, again, for a few days,
erjoylne the asaoclalio n of frienda and tha
joyous romping) of our "'little ones.''
We were five days in our downward
trip, had a pleasant time, and saw mauy
of the readers of the Echo.
On the 15th we attended the Democratic
Territorial Convention; and assisted in the
nomination for Delegate to Congress, J.
S. Morton, a msn that will geta large ma
jority of the votes of the freemen of Ne
braska, over the man. Daily, who defeatea
the approprlatiotie aaksJ for, and which
we would Have obtained, for bridging tne
two great rivers on tha principal thorough
fare in our Infant, yet highly favored Ter.
ritory, and for other nacessltiea.
We learn of many who anticipate be
coming aettlera lu the great Valley of the
Crop m tin region are HKeiv to prove
heavier than waa hoped. Wheat waa sel
dom belter, yet, the yield small corn a ad
grass will b light say, half a crop.
We found both ferriea on tne ioup
Fork in eaecllent order, ana roaae as nn
a could ba. We hope our citizena of JJiiE-
falo county will keep the wild herds off
their crops, for all will he wanted at a
good price. , .
D ... ..1 . m a .ntarnrlainff
W WOllia Oggeofc l nvi" b
Tankee, to take faat horsee and a dozen
men and go and feteh in a herd of a Tew
thousand buffalo the tender, juicy fiesh,
wonld fetch a good price in these markets.
We anticipate atarting bock to our new
t . In m tartf Ist'l.
IIUIIIO all s a w -j - . .
TM.- ..llamnrit enfl eninUHIOSlIl
Mobton was high, aad Ratification Meet
lags are being held mid the boom and
roar of canaon, and ahouts for "Morton
40 The Uwiqn." ti' EDITOR. ;
(Sharp Practice I
At the Shaving Saloon of our old
friend. Bob Russrl, on Upper Broadway,
Counoil Bluffs, one gets a clean face and
. inan fltinvA nf all suDcrfiuous beard
t vivhu a
and bristles, and just one dime for noth
ing 1 Bob knows kow to do it, and his
darkey is an artist truly !
Whatj d'ye think
He'll shove you for nothing,
And give y' a drink ? :
A WPCCK UB lliuiau m "'
Some two weeks since, an application
. . .1 rl r.t Vnr
was maue 10 me vomiuuuucr v .
Kearney, for help to assist in repelling
the Indians, (Sioux, Cheyennea audKio:
was) who had been committing great out
rages upon settlers about two hundred
miles west of the Fort, robbing them to
a great extent. The answer returned to
the applicants, was, that "at that time
men could not be spared from the Fort,
and it was with regret that the common
der must leave the settlers to their own
resources.". The Iudiaus had actually
beseiged and ransacked one or two large
stores in that section rather a bad state
ot things certainly. But, I have the
pleasure to relate, that on Tuesday
morning last, a little after sunrise, a
company of 57 men passed through tnis
place on their way to Fort Kearney, they
were a fine, robust, and lively looking
troop, and tbongh not arrayed in gorge
ous plumes, they doubtless possessed
the true National feeling and principle
The Rights of Man, and Liberty, or,
you know what I The commanding offi
cer, Lieutenant W. G. Robinson, of the
2d Infantry, a most gentlemanly young
man, halted at our office and seemed not
a little entertained at finding a printing
office on this "distant prairie." This,
he (said, was his first trip out here, he
bad 1 brought his troop iron. Jeffersoa
Barracks and that they were for a re
inforcement to the carnson of fort
Kearney, but that be, himself, should re-
turn forthwith. Tho inhabitants of this
region will learn with pleasure of this
reinforcement at the Fort.
Lieut. Robinson alio furnished en Hem
of news, the Import of wbicb, was, that
a Mrs ller, who, with ber husband was
on the way to "The Peak,", was shot
through with an arrow, by an Indian be-
miles above O'Fallon's bluffs, where ahe
is now lying in a very critical condition.
It baa since been ascertained that Mr.
Her bad bought a mule of the Indians,
for which be paid them fifteen dollars
they went on their journey, the mule
being harnessed and forming part of
their team. Tha Indians in the mean
time repented of their bargain, pursued,
and overtook them at tha above-named
place, and demanded t? have the mull
given back to them, their demand not
being attended to they proceeded to bead
tha team and possess themselves of the'
mule, when Mrs Her jumped out of the
wagon and resisted them and was shot
through as stated above. .
in irading witn Indians, the " Wbiics"
ou;;ht to aot fair and honorable, and pot
anate a property of them; ' bavo of ten
Seen w'.;W regret, that ,,the main object of
the Whites hon they eome in contact
with Indian-, l to "swop, swop' or,
ja olbur word, Umtl all they cjin out
of them for little or nothing. The In
dians are quite aware of it, hence a bad
feeling is engendered ; truly, "tho love
of money is the root of all . evil." As
poople become wiser, and value truth
and honor doubtless, evils of every
kind will be far less prevalent.
On the same day (Tuesday) passed
down, from Tort Kearney, on their way
to Genoa, (the Pawnee Reserve,) a troop
of dragoons under the command of Lieu
tenant Berry they were all well mount
ed and equipped, and seemed ready for
very effeotive service. An addition to
this force is soon to be made, sufficient
to protect the settlers, and Pawnees from
the Sioux and their allies. Accom
panying the nbove was a small divi
sion of Infantry, numbering twenty men,
under the command of Lieutenant Bond,
they all seemed in fine order, well up to
their duty and their presence at their
destination, will doubtless soarelbebel-
ligerant Indians, and speedily restore
quiet and confidence to the injured set
Wuoi River .August 30.
Pike's Peak Kcwa.
From the Denver Herald, of tho 1 1th
inst., we copy the following items of
Dr. Morrison had been exhibiting a
cabbage, raised by himself, ou his ranch
.1 : l .1 . i t
wiruu mill's ueiuw mc i-iij, which weigll-
ed nine pounds, was thirty-seven inches
: : n f . : : i l. t.
iu vui-uiuicicuvc, una muu llicncs Iljgn.
The M. E. Church, South, are build
ing a a new brick meeting-house on the
west side of Cherry Creek, near the He
An actor by the nnmo of John Lan
gri6ho has rented Apollo Hall and in
tends opening a theatre in it about the
1st of September.
The contract for carrying the U. S.
Mail, onco a week, from Fort Kearney
to Denver 400 miles, is again adver
tised bv Postmaster Holt Hriir nt Kr.
Joseph having failed to fulfil his con
tract wiiu me government.
A correspondent of the Herald writes
as follows, of Clear Creek mining :
The Clear Creek quartz leuds are at
tracting the aUeution of mill owners.
The fuet of the richness of Clear Creek
quartz ia now beyond dispute. We an
ticipate some fine things in leads.
Another ore has been discovered which
we think is silver and copper mixed . it
is very near the color of lead, and very
heavy. A vein was struck neat tho aur
face that was eight inches thick. We
presume the ore will soon be tested.
The Council Bluffs Nonpareil publish
es a lengthy and able letter from L. M.
Douglas, formerly of tnat city, dated
July 29th. The well-known character
of Mr. Deuulaa is such as to inspire con
fidence in whatever he writes, we would
gladly publish his whole letter if our
spaco would permit, but must content
oursclf with making only a few quota
tions. ! hardly dare stake my reputation
for veracity, by telling you that men are
making money everywhere In the gold
mines spreading over this Rocky Moun
tain country: but, nevertheless, such is
the case, and will be for years to come ;
some are making money, others are not,
for the reason that they are too easily
Our company have been busily at work
for the last two months, in one claim
here, without making i xpenses ; but now
the dark cloud begins to disappear.
What was once a doubt, is so no longer.
Now all are light-hearted and full of
hope, that a week ago looked down-cast,
and were down-hearted. We have found
dirt that will pay from ten cents to one
dollar to the pan, (most of it is of the
ten oent kind, however,) and getting bet
ter all the time. On the claim next
above the one we ore on, they are taking
out from one hundred to two hundred
and fifty dollars a day, and it is getting
better all the time. On the one below,
they are doing fully aa well. 1 cannot
except any claim in the upper port of
theeulch that ia not dnin well, nt
then, it is hard work to get the trold out
ui vucui, ana mat uon t sun all that
COme here! SO thev malra tli imn.i that
they have very urgent business at home
and, by the time they get across the
broad prairies to ho Big Muddy, thty
Come to the conclusion that. it. i alt a
"humbug1 anyhow. "
rew gulches are being discovered al
most every day, and some pretty rich
ones, judging from report; it being the
only means i have of taliin .n.l),inn
about them, as I have not been to them,
and don't think 1 shall irfl. I hairs
plenty to do at home.
The Rocky Mountain AWs of Aurust
the 8tb, states that from the first of Mav
to the first of August, there bad been
hipped by express, on freight, a little
over $186,000, in gold dust. Estimated
in the bands of piusenger and in drafts,
over a half a million. The Mountain
City correspondant of tha Newt, under
date of August 6th, says t
"Since I wrote von last. thr tin (
transnired verr munh of intratin etr
important matters throughout tho min
ing sections through which I have been
traversing. I find tha quarts mills are
not all fully fixed for permanent opera
tion yet and, ao faraa 1 could find out,
they are not yet in a situation to ena
ble me to attempt to give you a satisfac
tory list of items or statistics for a week
or wo bonce. , There are ' perhaps Over
one, hundred mills her now, but not
more than twenty-five of them may be
aid to bo In a "crushing condition
and these not quite iifctori)y settled
in their system of operations., i In Greg
ory's Diggings there are six or more
mills ucw doing very well making from
$150 to $280 per 24 hours run sonio
more and some less. The Rock Island
mill appdar to be getting along very
successfully, as well as several others,
which I sbail not specify at present
awaiting future statistics. Shearer &
Co'a mill, on Chase's gulch, has made
an extra big yield this week. W. M.
Todd, Esq., who carries on a largo saw
mill and shingle machine' arrangement
on Chase's gulch, remarked to me yes
terday morning that Shearer & Go's
mill bad made the biggost run during
the past few days of any mill or any run
hore thus for. From the size and ap
poaranco of tho amount of. amalgum at
their cleaning up, it was conciderod
there must have been over a thonsnnd
dollars in the pile. It may turn out
much less and it may not but good
judges supposed there was an extra heavy
yield, for mill successes, thus far.
The scores of rasters everywhere in
o'peration appear to be paying well so
far as 1 can ascertain. Mulo mills, ras
ters, and small crashers aro multiplying
s thick as toads in Egypt.
From tho 31ue River correspondent
we learn that
tho Georgia rulch as yet takes the pre
mium, though the Humbug 1 1 is near its
equal j the rest are just being opened out
and promise quite Mattering. There is
now in the Georgia and Humbug gulches
some fortv sluices and toms running
daily, which yield on an average $20 a
dny'per man. Two men took out in
one day last week $310 ; another claim
presented its proprietors with a $53 nug
get of pure gold. The gold is generally
coarse and heavier than any 1 nave ever
seen in the Rocky Mountains ; the taking
oot of nuggets. weighing from two to tou
dollars is of a daily occurrence-
Two Lufliilos have been captured this
week in our immediate neighborhood,
und at Kearney, it seems, they almost
come into the town. The driver of the
"Express" from Denvoi, I am told, was
compelled to bring his teum to a walk
ing pace, near Kearney, because of tho
buffalo thronging tho road. They give
some intimation of being inclined to a
closer acquaintance with the settlers;
and well they may, considering with
what assiduity and attention they are of
ten sought for by them. '
Whilst nt ihfrcaso this morning, a lit
tle after sunrise, my attention was at
tracted by the growling of oso of our
dogs, close to the office door, and on
looking out to ascertain the cause, there,
about thirty rods distant, was a buffalo
taking a gentle walk across our town
site, I announced him to tho "boys,"
who were immediately on the alert,
took their guns and came out to salute
friend buffalo, but from some cause
known to himself .be speedily made a
retrograde move, and was soon out of
(h)arm's way. Typo.
We learn that a few days rgo some COO
warriors of the hioux and Cheyennea were
at Fort Kearney, on their way to flax out
their friend the Pawnees. As they will
unexpectedly find some of Uacls Sara'f
boye there, ready to "talk'' to them in
earnest, it ia more than probable they will
go back disappointed. They passed down
a few milea north of us. 'f-
CaASSHorritBs. Ve"regret to learn that
clouds of grewihepperaj migrating South,
have for aeveral days beendoirgcodsider
able damage at sou e ot the rancbas above.
All have left now we believe.
" Game uiId'Frult. -. .
Since our letura we have taken time for
on short ramble ''among the elms,' to see
a bountiful supply of the rick brown clus
ters of grapes large, juicy and aweet, tho'
in a state of nature. -..
Of plums, we never saw so large, or
quality better, growing wild, and they
aeem to be abundant, we enjoyed them to
Wa were not a little surprised at the un
mUtakable marks of numerous beaver,trees
and brush cut off wl h their teeth, and
thtir paths and alldea and dams are all
aloba: Wood River think we will send
li.r traps and turn trapper, aa accomplish-!
ment only iscanr, ana men, we oenev
we knoweverytbiHg in useful industry
(TsTThs firm of Muir at. Hammond, tha
has bean doing business at Junction Ranche
baa been dissolved by mutual agreement.
Marmoy, at "Lone Tree Ranche,''
Is prepared to cater to tha wants of every
body on the road, and is ever attentive and
IIAUHOWg, MILLAR D, is. Co.,
BANKERS. AND DEALERS IN
OMAHA, . . . , . NEBRASKA. -,
Will pay tha highest price in Cash for
, GOLD DUST or, if desired, receive
i tha earn commission, advanc
ing KEVEN-EIGHTHS of its
value, and tha balance up
on return of the Aasay
'' receipt pay ab'e
at the coun- -."
ter, or In "Ksw
.York Exchange, sent
... to any part ef the United ..
" St a tee. A a mall commission '
only will bs charged for attending . -
. - to lbs buslaaaa.
Baak BvlMiaf, r&rahara lire', louth
"',. ' ' Notice V .
Is hereby given, that tb Firm b ret of ore
eiinttnr and doing; buauiaas undar tha style
of .Talbot fc. Ktyd, Is this day by mutual
content dissolved,. 7'he buttings la future
will be carrUd oa by Messrs, Talbot 4f
tfarru. wno respectfully aollcit public fa
vor f TSoir stock is wJasaof tod and
rices, as tow as ruy eoyld especf or ask.
auayviiy, deplamDsr- 1st, iy.ov -
lone; tree', kaXciie.
8. J. MA.RMOY having purchased the
abova Ranch, announces to the traveling
cbmmnnily, that he will tpare no pains
to make his ranche the moit desirable
on the Military Road. He Is making
. EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS
The house and stabln?. ao that ample
accommodations con oe ensured. ,
The location is the most desirable for
Camping, being ten milos above the iuler
section of the Gei.oa Ferry road and
half-way between Colnmbus and Wood
Grocii, ... .
Corn, . ., -
Always on hand, y Board by tlti Day
or Week. Stock wintered, as low.
as at any Ilancheon the Road.
All who are desirous of fueling at home,
put up at tha "LONB TREE," where ev
- cry accommodation can be had -
nlO-tf. . ..
One mile East of Elkhorn Bridge on tho
hill, where the musquelo troubles neither
man nor beast is now supplied with ev
erything for the comfort of the larveler and
his tea if.. No pains will be spared to
make all who fvnr this eAtfthlishment
comfortable and happy. Good stabling
aud riom for wagon in the barn, and a
good well of water, dug purposely for
stock plenty of water, and good gram.
Frenh hay, corn and oats on hand.
(3"Cakes, Pies Crackers and Bread.
CHARGES MADE LIGHT!
f. W. O. Robinson,
n!4- J. Hvma.
To Persoimout of Employment.
A GEiYTS WANTED to soil the Eric
Marliiiie. We will five .1
Commission, tr wages i t $40 per month,
and expanses paid. This is a new Ma
chine, ana so simple in us tmuunui
that a child of ten years can learn to op
erate it by half an Iiour'a instructicu. It
is equal to any Family Sewing Machine
in use, P nd the price is but $15
Persons wishing an Agency will address
J. N. BoVLAN,
Secretary Eric Sewing Machine Company,
6w. Mii.a, Ouio.
READY. MADE CLOTMFG"
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FARNIUM STREET, ,
(Opposite Laceysc. McCormick's ,
-o-o-o-o. . '
Goods made to order oi the shirt tut notice.
Cash paid for hides and furs. nlO-tf.
Sign of the
Farniuk Sibeft, Omaha,
Retail If Jobbing Merchant,
Have just opened a splendid ' Stock cf
Spring & Summer
COODS Also keep a complete Stork of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Ready-made Clothing, Hats, "
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crock- "
ery. Woodenware, etc.
' which he offera at the lowest fitfurea ;
of asy Houae in this market.'
(Ji?" Cash paid for hides and fure. '
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE.
Three mile aiovt North Bend N. T.
It. Git All Airl,
Accommodations for the wants and a.
cessitlea of the traveling public. .
Good etables. hay, end uraiu, also. ,
Ulackansitliluc. ; ..
In all Its departments ox and horse-shoe
ing. Wagons repaired,., etc.
a n..-.,.l. In.lltnilnn established bv
the 8ick and Dietresaad, afflicted wi'h
Virulent and Epidemic Diaeaeea, and"
especially for the Cure of Diseases of
' the Sexual Organs. " f
TITEDICAL ADVICE given grails, by
IV I .1.. a..;n- Rnrpnn. to all vhn in.
ply Dy leuer, - r--
conditions (aga, ocrupatlcn, habita of life.
. I.l. a HaaArinriAn .f tl.. im
ao.,) anu in o i'vo, men.
....i.haJ On at rharve. ValnahU
1GIUV m --:
Jteports au Spermat5rrnB4, and other dia
eases o! the Sexual Orrana, and on the
V aw Kjcmbdies empioyeu in mo uipcua-
ropes, free of ebarga. two or three stain ps
for postage will be accept alia,. i
Addrens.Dr. J.'Ekilliu H.onghton, Act.
III DijwwnawvfBii-i iikvri 4.1 U 4?
.South Ninth glrMt. I'hiladeh-hicr, Va. By
order f the Dirctoml 1 & , ji
lfn a I war a P.a
sush wm i aw w a- avy r
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