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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1860)
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Spring & Summer
JUST ARRIVED AT
Mcfss ATii, ImoTiicns & to
(JWtwwi Mh and Ulh Streets.)
Where may at all times be found one of
and best selected tcki of
Dry Goods and
Vi'ttsr of rue Missouri Rivkr:
Consisting in part
of Dress Good., P"0'.'''
Lain. UeadyWe Cloth.np, Tea,
Coffee, Sutrar, Crockery. Hardware,
f&peu, B3ots and Shoes, Hats and
.Cajw.etc. ' ' 111
A. I. JOXKX,
Wholssals and PLetail
Oil, Paint, Brushes, Varnish, Window
Glaus etc, etc.
rAam St. Corner of ?.ih St red,
OMAHA, N. T. . .
Cy Prsscrlptinns carerully compound
ed by an experienced Druggist.
"Waving sold my entire stock to Mr. A.
I). JmieM, I' boKrfully recommend him to
,iy former patrons. J. II. FORD,
BRANDIES, WINES WHISKIES,
At the Nebraska Drug House, Farn
ban street direct from Boston and "Pitts
biirgbjia complete assortment of Choice
Liquors, consisting, In part, of the follow
ing brands I .
A SE1GNETTE, - - - - choice article.
I'INKT.CASTILLON it CO., do. do.
TJHAMPAG.NE, do. do.
IIKI7DSICK, Chamuagiis Wine.
PURE JUICE, Port do. voryfine.
MA I) Ell IA aud SHERRY do.
I also offa for sale a very superior ar
ticle ef Overtoil's Old Wheat and rys
W&sky. eight years old; Una Old Bour
toon, jn bottles, geuitimt, which I offer for
sue it low rw:s, ana wirriiiMir,iir.r-
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IU t IIAXA IIOUfiE,
If you wold like pood accomodations,
warm stables, good, sweet hav and sound
corn for your stock, stop at Toncray'a
lis will not only give you value for your
money, but strive by strict attention to
your wants, to make your stay egieeable.
nl-tf- . . NELSON TONCRAY
JJKLOW COLUMBUS, ON THE
Great Military Road. .
The undersigned is now prepared te So
teruin and accommodate Emigrants and
travellers. Keep horses, cattle, and furn
ish grain, provisions, and other comforts
for the way' ara, good water and camp range
in all its departments oe and hprss.shoa
log. Wagon repaired, etc, etc,
ulO-tf. r El RAM BUSH NELL
.Home for the Weary,
Jf. E F . sVOUTU, Proprietors.
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This Is a lares and commodious publls
house-rtwo mijes abeve Colambue, aad
near the Upper I erry. -where every atten
iloa wiU se paid to the wants of the guests,
pood stables and Stock rsrds on the prem.
ises, ami hay and grain when requirsd,-
jtooiv and Board for small families. .
Charges ssaodsrats as at any House
tbs load- al-tf.
' WM. FLOllKEE, '
Tomer of DoJgt end I5lk Stretti,
, Is i prepared to accommodate visitors,
boarders, ana me traveling pnoii bo..
rally, with food, lodging and all the com
forts of a home. The table will be spread
with the best the market affords, and ev
ery attention ill be paid to nis gtiesu.
PECK, ROBERTSON, t Co.,
WHOLKJALK & RETAIL.
KEARNEY CITY.N. T.
Dealer! in Dry-Gooda,
Groceries, Grain, and
Boots. ' ' ' Shoes, '
Hats, . Caps,
Ana evor)"th1nf? required in
that line by either
EMIGRANT OR CITIZEN'
A eood supply of all necemary articles
kei at PECK'S KANUri h., ooa lurer,
They are determined not to be
by any firm ia this region.
SELDON. McGlVERN S' ZO.
Sign of ths
Two miles west of Tort Kearney,,
en the Great Mili
tary Road to
Utah and '
M our Kant
Can bs found ths largest, and best
and Rtablinfr, west of the Missouri river.
U'esd axul Water Free. .
COLUMBUS, N. T.
RICK LEY, Si. CO.,
Have lately opened a Variety Store, at the
Old Stand ot the New York Store on
sls(in of most every article In trade that
either the farmer, Settler or Emigrant may
want.to supply his wants or complete his
outfit, aud will sell most article as low as
the same can be bought west f the Mis
souri Rivet, and by prompt stiention and
fair dealings Lope to receive a food share
of the Diiblie patronage, frSTCall and
see our stock and prices therefer. Coun
try produce bougn;and exenanged. Also
live stock bought, sold and exchanged,
, Lumber I
Bills cf Lumber sawed to order on short
notice, and also shall always keep a good
supply on hand. . - n7-tf.
The above house, situate at the Elk-
horn Bridge, is now supplied with every.
ihiiur to make man am Deast coinrortaoie.
No pains will be spared to mske all who
favor this establishment with their patron
age, satisfied and at horns. Charges as
moderate as the most calculating could expect-
Good stabling hay and gran al
ways on hand. al-tf.
Elkliorii Drldare, IV. T.
The undersigned announces to the trav
eling public tli at 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.
nl-tf- L. P. JENKS.
' MACHINIST. . '
COLUMBUS, . . - . ,!.'-. T.
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Always ready to attend to horse
shqeipr, repslrlng wagons,
' and all sorts of work
(n his line. First
rats ox'frsme and shoeing cattle done on
i the shortest notics. Remember bis
' motto Aiwits aiADr.'
I have an extensive Vegetable Garden at
YTood River Centre
and Lave now ready for sale, all the
OF ROOTS AND VEGETABLES.
J5T Orders from the Fort, and ele.
w litre, I rotnptiy attended to.
J. E. JOHNSON.
DOWN WITH MONOPOLY II
Jin End to Humbug I
Fom the superior facilities possessed by
GLOA FERRY CO. SI
They are prepared to Ferry Emigrants
' ecros. the LOUP FORK
AT 50 cents Per Team 1 1
Satisfaction guaranteed to all our pat
S. J. HUUStIN,
Ml 1 If . ac'y of Cowp'r.
One mile from Columlus Ferry, JV. T.
GUT C. BARNUM Proprietor.
GOOD STABLES. GRAIN SUP-
ETC., ETC. ;
Best of hotel accommodations, and
nvsry attention paid to the com
fort of Guests.
HENDERSON'S ISLAND RANCH.
The proprietor ot this superior Rancbe.
havuig, at a hearj expense, added to its
already unsurpassed sdvantages tor slock,
is now prepared te rauche any quantity of
siock, of all kind. His distance from the
city renders his herd safe from loss, and
gives him a wider range for Block lhau can
be hau elsewhere. Having a No. 1 ranch,
superior corrells aiul trusty herders, he
lUuers hlmseir capable of givJng entire
satisfaction to all who may favor him with
This rancbe being at a point where the
great "CoUrado and Golden City wagon
road" crosses, ccutain 320 acres, well
limbered and grassed, and Is at the same
time the most centrally located in the coun
try, being fifteen miles from Denver, aud
iiinaseii from Golden City. All stock
guarantied against loss, savs from death.
li . I. n nrof-t.fi a vara.
house tor the reception and storage of
goods on commissiron, ur uuihik.
JNO. D. HENDER80N.
12 miles from ShMI Creek, aad
10 miles from Columbus,
Keeps hay, grain , and supplies produce
and provisions. The wants of man and
beast supplied ;ood camping places sud
srasa convenient' Ii7-tf-
FREDERICK.30N & JACKSON,
WHOLESALE 4 SETAlL
AND DEALERS I
Staple and Fancy Dry and Dress Goods)
Hts, . ' .
Liquors, Grain, aud Product.
, EMIGRANTS. ,v
Put up on the Shortest Notics, and at the
tO WEST FIGURES.
Cash paid for grain and country pro luce.
Lumber! . Lumber I
ON WOOD RIVER.
The uaderslgne' announce to the citi
zens of the Platte Valley that they have
now nearly completed a saw mill on Wood
River, near the Lowor Crossing between
Lambs at d Crocksrs which they hope to
I ave in operation by the 23th ot June.
Orders for Lumber soliolted,
TWITCH EL at gADLER.
I'.O. REED, '
SPRING CREEK STATION,
Cast of Elkhorn Brldgs, N. :.
t 4 aiiAmmAillltl IK tr.v.l-
ing ' public with Entertainment, fcr man
and beast goon siaoit s, uy ana grain.
ki nek wintered, and' previsions and sun-
plies kept on hand. u7-tf.
Dealer In Dry Goods,
Fancy and Dres Goods,
Boots and Shoes'
Hals and Caps,
Crockery and Queenaware, .
And general Outfitting Jobbing and Retail
Lower Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The highest Market Pricepaid for grain and Country produce,
Than any other House West of the
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TWO KfLES WEST
niCOi, MEAL; CORK, OAIS, IIA, &C.
We keep constaady on band the largest and best assorted Stock of Goods
ever k-pt on tlte Plains, which we will sell cheaper than any ,
other House west of the Missouri river. We have
. food Camping grounds in the rear of our
. . -t v , j Store, where Eaaigraiits will b ,
SUPPLIED WITH WOOD AND WATER ; '
Free "o xxrG
(, "." 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
Pike's Peak, -Utah and . Salifornia
Fresh (Rijods, and lLow3r
THAN ANY OTHER IIOUSE VEST OP THE MISSOURI. ; '
Dr. Henry will remain at our Store,
menus ana cusiomers, until nis ueparture ror tae mines, iwiutujmr ma piacn. ,
Kearney City, ' , - fn46m.J ' May 15,1860. '
ww ,ruh $h iti Eflin3ftrr?
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Platte River Ferry,.
MOUTH OF THE CACHE
JOHN 8. StllTlI, K CO., , ,
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. Havs established a FINE ROPE FERRY across the South Platto
at the above-named Point where Emigrants can be creased without
' H.t,iitian. And all Emirrante and Trains, who wish to nave the
sand on the South Platte, will cross the same to the North aide, at
, the Salt Lake Crossing (mouth of Lodge Poll Creek), thence by John .1 ' r
Smith's trail, on which they will find good areas, wood, and water, w-., t.
at no plaos further than eight mile apart, with no sand ot ths route. . . .
and a saving of SEVENTY-FIVE MILES In dlstanee te the mouth , u.
of the Cache La Poudre River j which makes this the shortest aad .v
best route, yet discovered, to the mines ann Emigrants will save , . y
time, sfck and money by this route, to which we, Invite the attention . . . .
av ALL TRAVELERS TO THE" KANSAS AND NIBRASKA tf
' - Mouth of the Uacot LA rodr utvsr, r. i.
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GOODS AND AN
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Or FORT KKARSET.
where he will be pleased to see his old
LE POUDRE RIVER.
JOHN SMITH & ''00. "
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CURTIS, ' BROTHERS, :
. OMAHA CITY, N. T, "
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Cash Capital . i - ; $lJ500.0aoJ j
I SURPLUS $500,000 i
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BY EVERY SAFEGUARD' V ' M
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Men toll, work,'slave, nay almost sin. tv!
support their families pericru almost isv-T
eryjudicions aet for their welfare and hap-'
plness, EXCEPT INSURED ' It is ttteJ
common omission of the majority- evef-'T
looking the dangers of the fature in the sei
curtty of the present. To remedy this fault
only requires seriously thinking on. the sub- .
ject. Wisdom and thrift wiil always elect0
to adopt the conservative principle .of In-!'
eurance, to s vert the unhappy consequences
es of such "slings and arrows of outragoous
fortune" as are produced so frequently by
the blasting visitat'ons of fire to uu homes.
n3. , Correspondence attended to. ': 1 rtrI-ii-
THIRTEEN MILXS-CAST Of COLUUSpsjo.'t "
, ; THE MILITARY ROAD.; 'jj
JOSEPH HSsel, ; Proprietor,, x
Is prepared to entertain and 'provide H "'?'
the comfort and wants of' the traveling- r
public. Good etables,. hay grain, and
(Dott'f forget the place? -
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FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND FAKCY'- 'v
r' cioths; .-v,-- . ; -x. . i-' '
t Clothing, . . , iS . '. i. ... -
' . .Shirts, ....,',. o i t-
- - Hats, ' , .
: .I: Caps, i- -.1 ,....1 -J
Lrdies'. Dress Goods, Baraks, Bobnet's;' ' "
itioooni, reraspis, tie. etc.. a
Which he eells Cheaperthan ths cnekneHt.
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Farnham Sireet 4 : . ; . , , p iontfj Block, '
n7. Omaha. -'A tf.
' -JESSE SHOEMAKER
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1 " Keeps llsy, Grain, asd Supplies. tfv. J'
Cool Stables nod Potcl aeconjmedatieBt. . -
j . .. . yirat-rate plaoa to- ' '
-Wood, walsr and grass, abuadaat.
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