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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1860)
" ' 'WOOD RIVU CEXTEE, X. T.
. . "ETtRT THCREDir IfORXIXO.
'inn Pet Ytar, !!:::
Independent In Every tlif na
Acufrnl In IVolliing.
tHUJISDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1S00.
For JIuntiman' Echo, authorized to re
':rc subscription and advertising, and
also to receive and receipt for any rnuiiiea.
If. T. Spoor, P. 31., Council Bluflj la.
A. D.Jonos, Omaha, . . . . N. T.
W V. Johuaon, Florence, .
. Julia Beck, Columbus, ..."'
1L J- Hudson, Genoa, . .
Peat Master. Fort Kearney, . . "
X. Haines, Denver City, ; . J. T.
.; . r tLLCTMOIlTOA!
There are two candidates in our terri
tory for Delegate to Congress vis. :
UaiJy and Morton. Mr. Daily obtained
his seat iu Congress last session, by ob
taining such dt'positious from unknown
nd irresponsible parties that caused tho
rejection of the vote of Buffalo county,
disfranchising many good, honest hard
working and enterprising farmers, who,
if possibloare fur better entitled U a
just Representation, than less industri-
yus and non-producinp denizens of towns
nd cities. .
Laying politics entirely aside (a com
modity ire have very little use for at
present in the Platte Valley), ire take it
upon os to look at theso men, at their
nullifications, and their ability to serve
h5 lnnetitnanfa C r, t , -. 1
- wv.io.tmwjvi,, v A O.L tM, K.UUW
, nyhipg of Mr. Daily, we find him to be
far .'fhort of onygradoofa statesman,
Hod, in fact, abont a fifth-rate lawyer
who, by the closest scheming obtained
Li Meat, in the llouse just in time to de-
frjtt a handsome nnnrnnri'itir.n tnr T.-
; no improvements in our territory that
had been earned and t miut .nx,,.x,l V,
the' indefatigable energy and labor of
f I The citizens of the Tlatte Valley feel
more soniibly tho injury sustained and
v ho interests of the people of the territo
ry oetraveu ov inn man in tno jmnclifir
" r j
of hu court-. -Had be looked to the
welfare of the whole Territory of the
north as well as the south Platte region,
we might at this day bud the means for
repairing me cnpuoi ueiiOing, tec erec-
. tion of a ncnitentlarv. and. nrxt. tl-.n
irfcanifor bridging tho Platte, at Kear-
nt-yend too Loupe Fork,' would have
. yvKii iu urutf, uiu iuosi ccnuiniy op-
jlbcso aro only a titho of the evil e
fects of sending to Congress, a eeifiuh,
slf-willcd man, both iguorant. and
careless of duty a sectional partisan
oCicT- only representing ouj hulf . tho
w.rritory, whilst the oihir is madft to
i after the loss, and tho mortificittion of
delayed prosperity.' .
Mr. .Morton, we have known person
ally for many years. 1I came to the
wrtitory, a young man,' with nothing
tut toner, Tirtue, integrity, and ener
gy to assist in his advunccment. lie
his found them' admirably adapted w
r?'r. beod among aa induitri.
-urand appreoiative people. Jlis per
ievrmnce and firmnptu U .!! i.m
na honorable and exalted position in
prosperous young territory, and
' iWz residing: : south of the Platte,
tfuj; people of north have the most
upuci confidence not only in hi.f abil-
.lij," hot in, hw honesty and iuteritj-,
tmd will elect him by "a Krge majori
tj Ovr his crafty and calouluting op
iiont. Voto for Norton Ly ail meaaa
nud oa will not regret ii when we
he fino'lmdfres acrues these streams
nd iappy tloumliing : seutemnU and
village .up, this. Valley" ,h -i4-. ,. ,
Kmcjuxo .Lands. lheTand below
the Loupe, and as high Up m Columbus,
are now ja watktt, und . boing rapidly
entered. Un. Jowa Iloo it,. Laying
Lot of land, warract ,,for his neigh-
Keck abJy represented : Platte , county,
in tkj last Legiblature, and jh an bouQr
able," iudustnou, and euorgtio ' man,
jipd wnl servh thos who entrust him
with tbeir business, la Kn honest,
straightforward loanner, an) at such
t'hi-ges as so oco can gxumblu't.
' Cliristmaa l.ox.- it:,r- '
. (Xtie ilfiitioni found tlurtin-j ' 5 ,
I Cigars;'' " "'Ld:toiiiJ m)i.por.ib'e.'
l-fairi 'L'iTh's j " .'rrin'.s.
lk(j Pfcnf ,i:jiro:VMi'.ei-;
It at.' if ': JVi.l'ife ' Friend.'
T:' 5 A.tlclt 'jUneuheu'liUict ao
'xpeeted ' ' ' '
' .if'a S it ,irv useful- articles ftr
' ?.t'li.4t UMi, ;! - l ti j
" Isr.ii, 5ij:af tist.ks,' frlnj C-P. A
'., way ytar bjalaaw,' yostr' h4otv,
w.i.1 jro.- p-irity ii.cr; Mr tills.' It! jent-r-If.
'j tm.jy.i'.jli ,4!' ua.' 1
. It will be recollected, that in our last,
we gave out ocrtain cautions, and warn
ings, against a large class of intruders
upon persouul property vis : the tress
passing of herds of buffalo upon our
town site, and arable lands. Unfortu
nately for the party conoerned, no heed
was given to our ominous warnings, and
tho result has been, tho fall of another
aboriginal bovine that fell victim of
curiosity. Walking leisurely to a point
near our office he seemed to sniff an idea
perhaps a good one or perhaps he
took one peep for the skeleton of one of
hjs kine, and thus in a reflective, design
ing or calculating mood he stopped, and
from under his long shaggy lashes gazed
toward us stamped ovr ground, pawed
up dust and earth, and then, after snuff
ing tho breeze towered his bead iu a
threatening mood ; we could not stand
it longor, but started Sam, whs inter
cepted his progress before he had done
much damage to our garden, and, bang
"Tbe wUl-tiincd lead panuo the certain sight;
Aud Death in thundor overtook Lie flight.'
The flesh being secured, our t'other
half, little ones, self and the balance,
TlftVn lriii irt; 1 1 n r Hisnn Auui t .-. J 1 f
and stew, ever since..
Slaxpfb. We believe that in a form
or number, we accused Ceo. Parks, &
Co., of Council Bluff, of keeping any
thing in their store that could be asked
f r, put cigars. Upon our late visit to
that place, and to that firm, we found
they had crowned the climax by provid
ing everything, and a fine stock of ci
gars besides. We advise those wisbine
to make purchases iu that line, or of
any other merchandize, to call and ex
amine their prices. If he can't suit you
your cass is a hopeless one. Georgo is
the very, prince of good fellows, and we
will wager two becver skins he hasn't a
twopenny clerk, or one horse porter in
An Old Pioneer.
When at Council Bluffs, we met an
old pioneer friend with whom vie travel
ed several times across the then unin
habited plain between Keokuk end Coun
cil Bluffs, more than twelve years ago
before, Council Bluffs had an existence,
even in imagination. With a two-borse
team gun and frying-pan, we plodded
across those wilds alone, he killing the
game, as we plied the frying-psn. Our
messmate was Frank Ilall, as clever and
good hearted fellow as ever breathed.
He is an accomplished business man,
and is now engaged as salesman withll.
f. &now. may ne ana tne uouse in
which he dispenses the blessings of earth
Thanks Hon. Mr. Barnard will
plcaso accept our thanks for half dozen
most luscious melons. He produced a
fine lot of them at his rancho, the finest
wo have seen .
Our acknowledgements are due to C.
J. Fox, of Counail Bluffs, for an elegant
piece of pocket cutlery, a fine variety of
which, together with everything else in
the Lardwuro line he. keeps constantly
on band at prices that will suit tbe most
fastidious. Fox is a pleasant, obliging
fellow, and sells hosts of ware to all
sorts of people.
We are indebted to the generous kind
ness of 11. J. Hudson of Genoa, for i
beautifel redslone pipe, formerly pos
sessed by a chief of the Pawnees. Thanks
captain, the wreaths of blue smoke from
our knnekanick reminded us of our ob
ligation, so to remedy the neglect, come
over an J we willmoketheter' peace
; Firs; Up. In stoves and tinware,
Rogers of Council Bluffs, will out-do
all competitors in that line of business.
Those of our friends in the Platte VaJ
ley, wishing "anything in that line,
should be. certain to go over and exam
ine the price, character, quality, and
pattern of his stoves, and ware, before
purchasing. .;. , . t
CwGeesamsn A Co., of Council
Bluud, have the best stock of drugs Id
that pi ice, and sell at the least profit
as should be, they are always doing a
good steady Easiness. Honesty and fair
ness is tb, bt, policy in every business,
and, as in this ew), wil) .always enrich
its possessor., . , , ;
J3?MWsr ' Frdericksotj & Jackson
have a rare and .beautifully selected
Stock of gpods, and aru as gentleinatily
act f- fellows Loth, proprietors "and
clerkiwaa on ?mets in traveling
U.ou-Oftd. tailes. Their 'prices- are La-
! lottf'eompetftie-n.' James Block, Coun
vjui.n i iioiD : ii.itu too nn n r.w
n... i tt .
gold das. Urge or small t whv, uke.
7 T , ' ti
w-f-lf Hot, itbottld vu Intend
purtuiS with it tcmembcr that Messrs.
lieuntze, Sroihersy of Omaha, are pay
ieg th irf Ut price for that article
Ja any bap, jlbo reputation of tboir
Hon?, tot boacsty and fair dealing, Is
Vjjoiii diu'.l cr ctL1. ' ' .
The poles the wire th telegraph
tho lightning ! The first are up, the
second stretched, the third playing up
on the line between St. Jo and Omaha
and the people of Omaha are exulting
in tho enjoyment of direct communica
tion with the balance of the earth, and
the rest of mankind. Dispatches from
everywhere generally, and any place in
particular, may be had by oalling at the
ji'Tho poles are already planted nearly
half way to this place, and in two weeks
ii. Is expeoted that all the poles will be
up as far as Kearney, seventeen miles
above here, and the laying ot tho wira
soon commenced. And soon
"Thought that breaths and words that
will glide along the wires with lightning
Yesterday Messrs Kountze and Porter
called upon us whilst on their trip pro
viding for vie distribution of the bal
ance of the poles along the route. Come
on with vour forked lightning! Strike
for the Great Western ocean, tho land 1
r.t .nd jlittAitnr etnna nrt ftrrt. .M
r.f rnlil and crlitterini stones and ore,
For the next month wo shall distrib
ute a few copies of the Echo, gratis,
amonsst the citizens of the Platte Vul
ley, who are cot subscribers, hoping
thereby to get the paper ordered. If, in
a few weeks, we do not rccetvo orders for
tho paper, we shall discontinue sending
it. ' "These papers we send, of course,
without charge; so please read thorn,
and see if you can't open your hearts to
subscribe for a "Platto Valley Paper"
that will do yourself and neighbors good
and enhance your interest every woek.
Will y Come 1
Aye, that's tho question ! Will you
bring in your mites and friendly offer
ings of gold, silver and precious stones,
to the printer, to thp publisher of this
little paper? Ho really needs a little
help just now to enable him to provide
paper and ink, and wherewithal to feed
and pay the printer. If you have not
paid, oome on and lay down your pieces,
great and small, and show an honorable
liberality worth patronizing, and the
memory of your goodness shall be em
balmed in the heart cf the Editor and
your names had in worthy remembrance
by his little ones, and passed to the scroll
of the honorable.
Come ! come ! we dont tease you every
day, but we want help now, and you
will certainly give it to us. Roll'm in !
Tbe Corn Crop
e are glad to learn, after special ob
servation and inquiry, that our settle
ments on the Platte will husk out a much
better corn crop this season than was
expected . On ground broken last year,
the yield will be from twenty to thirty
live bushels, whiht ground broke fresh
this season, is little short of a total
failure. -The com raised by our farm
ers will range from 100 to 1000 bushels
eacb. Potutoes yield excessively light,
and many will be glad to get their seed
e?ain. whilst others will do a little bet
ter. Indian Hostility &c. -
lSDEPENDnSCE, Aug. 13
The Santa Fe mail arrived this after
noon. Business is dull, and apprehen
sions of a general Indian war prevail in
every niina. Hatche's rancne had been
threatened, and help from Fort Union
About four hundred Camancbes were
Drowlincr about in the vicinity.
Bent's Fort, to which the troops had
sent sixteen Indian prisoners, was in
vaded by the Kiowos, and so great was
the danger that the prisoners were re
Bknt sent a messenger to Pawnee Fork
and he was followed by the Indians,
shot twice, upearea in tnree places.
scalped and left for dead, cStrange to
say, he recovered his cousciousnes, got
up, w i' Iked thirty miles, and waj doing
well at last accounts.
v 11 .rner's train was attacked by the In
dians. the provisions taken, and about
one hundred and thirteen cattle ruu oil.
Harper is endeavoring to get bis wagons
in with the remainder of tne cattle. He
is freighted with wool
A man named Henry was killed by
lightning last week at the mail station
on tie Arkansas. A woman was also
killed at Bluff Creek.
On Thursday a violent storm overtook
Hobbs' train, turned over.broe wagons.
and blew the bed of another some dis
tance.. - J ! .1
Two companies are at Smoky lull
Fork. Captain &turets is following
hard after the Indians ou fresh trains.
Some apprehension is folt about tbo
ast out-going and in-coming i mails.
Tbey will need escorts. More inter
ruptions will occur.
Settlers la Kansas Territory, in view
of the land tales and failure of crops,
most ooanaon weir ciaima, nut u.nag
money to enter their lands. Recent rums
hive have revived things ery( inttch
h. SI Herald, Aug. lb. ,
PsAiais Crxei. A now citizen named
Gaulej, has commenced a reach over
en Prairie Creak,
There t room tVre f0r quite num.
ber of excellent fara., vi'h a fair share
Western Stage Co. Mall to
The people ot tho Pike's Peak mining
district, together with all concerned,
and tbe rest of mankind, will bo ple.ised
to learn, that after being swindled, goug
ed, imposed upon, and literally robbed
in tbo matter of mail facilities and ser
vice by that arch-monoply, Jones, Bus
eel, & Co., for near two years, the peo
ple ot tho mining section nre now pro
vided by the Department, at American
rates a mail from Omaha, by this place
and Fort Kearney, once oweek and back.
The Western Stago' Company the
most accommodating, punctual and re
liable, in the mail service has the con
tract, and have already sent out one
mail. In the hands of this company, the
people of tho mining districts may ex
pect to bo faithfully and faiTly served,
and prsceiigers put through in tho fchart
est possible time.
f.rcat Ilacc t
Mr. Editor : I notice in your paper,
of tho Cth iust., an account of a visit had
by the Pawnees from a party of Chey-
- o 1 .. . . I t
cqoub, uu oaiuruuy me i.ungi.,in wnicu
the Pawnees avo them a warm recep
tion, killing two, &o. It is to be much
regretted that the U. S. troops, who had
arrived only the day before, and had
camped somo distance from, and out ot
sight of, the point of attack, were not
sooner awaro of their presence. Had
they known it in time, but few of the
Cheycnncs could have escaped. This
however, is not tho only opportunity
they have bad of disylaying the speed of
their horses. On Wednesday morning
the 5th inst., Judgo Gillis, learning that
a largo party of Sioux and Choyennes
were in the neighborhood, with a party
consisting of twelve Indians and two
Whites, started out to search for the foe
After searching prairie, gulch and bluff,
they reached a point on the Loupe Fork,
about twenty miles above the agency and
were making preparations to feed and
water, when the Indians reported the
rapid approach of two larre bodies of
Sioux. ' Notwithstanding all the 'efforts
of the Judge to keep his Indian solders
on the ground (one of them, a half -breed,
says "zo dam Sioux, he horse run like
hell.") Tbey broke and fled, and he,
with his two white companions, thought
it best to follow their example, and it
is said some "tall walking" was done
They never pulled line for twelve
miles, and were chased eight by a party,
as it subsequently proved, of U. S. dra
goons, under Lieut. Berry, who were out
on a like excursion, and who, liko the
Judgu's party did them, took bis for
Sioux. Tbe Judge, it is said, claims
that Pawnee horses, when chased by U.
S. troops, can outrun Sioux stock.
It is said that the U. S. troops will be
stationed on the Reserve for some timo
This will serve to add some life and in-
erest to this neighborhood. It Is the
opinion of all that their presence, and
the success of tho Pawnees on Saturday
last, will prove a check to further vis
its from these hostile Indians, although
numbers are reported to be now in the
neighborhood. Yours truly,
Platte Co. September 7th, 18G0.
(We are under obligation to the U
S. Express Messenger, for late papers
and other favors. This line, though so
lately put into operation, seems to be
doing a fair business under tbe charge
of so gentlemenly superintendent and
("Another troop ef Infantry, with
four baggage and commissary wagons,
passed down tawards Genoa this morn
ing, for the protection of the Pawnees.
Another band of their enemies lately
We have little doubt but tbe horses
and mules advertised to-dsy, are the
ones stampeded and lost from Messrs.
Hooper A Eldridge's merchant train.'
S?"From the best we can learn, the
rascally horse-thief, Bunce,has escaped
Better kerp out oi this region, for the
halter awaits bim. .
Weather occasionally cool, with
wind and some rain. No frost yet.
A letter from Bey rout dated July
15, say s t "Matters got worse and
worse the one party becoming daily
more. frjbtenedaand the otler, hour
Iv more Insolent, until at last, on Sun
day. August 8, when t!ie Cliristisns
came out of their various churches, a
mob of tuoslem lads were busy in the
street making crosses in chalk on the
grtiind, and then stamping and spit!
ling 'on tb sacred emblem. But so
utterly . downhearted were the. chris
tian that ihy did not even complain
to the authorities of this wanton in
suK All' they did-was 'to confine
lhrm-lvc .still more strictly within
their houee for the rest of the Ujr-
What must, then, hare been their at
tonishment on the Monday morning
to, e these same lads, ho had made
and tpt upen the crce.ts on vht pre
viout dtf, sweeping the streets of
the Chris Un quartei, in rhftis, by.
or.lerotthe Turkish head tf .tolicn.
They nt once supposed that ihh ord r
must have been given for tbe very
purpose of exciting a riot, and they
were not mistaken. At two r. m.
ome three hundred of the lwnt
Moslems l Dura 'scu rushed, urmed,
into the Chiistian quarter, crying nut
'slay the dogs of Christians 1' and im
mediately the work of plunder, burn
ing and murder commenced. Ach
met Pacha, Governor-General and
Commander-in-Chief of the place a
iidd-marthal in the Sultan's rmy
wat at once informed of what had tak
en place. But although he had at
bis disposal some 800 regular troops
and several field pieces, not a man
nor o gun did he move. He never
showed himself in the streets, nor
took any steps wliuiever to stop the
massacre, declaring the old story ol
Hasbeyia, Rasheyia, Dheirel-Kamar
and Sidon that he had not troops
enough tu do any good,
It adds "Tho Russian Consulate
was almost the first house attacked,
and nil thoe Chris' ians who did not
take refuge with the famous Algerine
chief, Abtl-el-Kader (who has behav
ed most nobly throughout the busi
ness), were murdered at once. But.
ahliotigh the nffair might have been
stopped with the greatest ease before
daik un the Monday, after that hour
ti e mub increased in numbers every
minute. Late in the evening about
three hundred soldiers were sent to
put a step to the outrage, but very
shortly joined in the plundering, such
as did not do so actually used their
arms to massacre the Chrisiians. The
whole Christian quarter which in
cludes some of the finest palaces to be
found in the empire was soon one
mass of flames ; and for this there
is the positive authority of n Europe
an eye wi'ness, who was hiding in the
neighborhood all that fearlul night
s the Christians tried to escape from
(he flames they were thrust back on
the burning piles by the bayonets of
the Turkish regular troops. Howev
er, when we recollect that one of the
military chiefs who commn'led ut
Damascus was Osman Beg, the mis
creant who but three weeks previous
ly had delivered up at Hasbeyia up
wards of 1500 Christians to be roassa
creed by the Druses, ell wonder at
the conduct of tbe military ceases at
When our last advices from Damas
cus left that place, the whole Chris
tian quarter had been utterly destroy
ed. Four thousand Christens had
taken refuge in the house of Abd-el
Kader, who defended then against all
comers. Three thousand had taken
refuge in the castle under the Pacha,
and several hundred in the English
consulate, which, as yet being situ
ated in the Moslem quarter of the
town had been respected. Upward
of two thousand Christians, it was
calculated, had been murdered, all in
cold blood, and the estimated loss of
properly, money, valuables, etc., was
September 6th, i860.
Editor Echo. A psrty of Pawaees, who
had gone out without my knowledge, cams
in lait night with 17 mules and five horses.
All the mils and one of th horses prove
to belong to the united States. Hie 1h
er four horse are supposed to have been
taken between this and Fort Kearnay,and
to belong to white people. The owners
fey applying to m, piovintr property, and
paying for this advertisement, will recov
er tbe same. Very respeetf ailv,
Your obed't servant,
J. L. GILLIS,
nl5-tf. (7. 8. Indian Agent.
OMAHA CITY, . . . ... NEBRASKA,
At BIO PRICES. Ulnars will consult
their interest, not to aell their Dust, either
, en .commission or otherwise, Deior
calling on the above firm. Drafts
Sold on th principal Cities In
THE UK ION.
Land warrants, and Territorial war
rants bought and old. ' nltt-tf.
HARROWS, MILLARD, U Co.,
.BANKERS. iNB DEALERS IN :
G 0 L D D U S T!
OMAHA, . . '. .'. . NEBRASKA.
' -O-0-0-O-. ' " "
Will pay tb highest pric in Caah for
GOLD DUaTj or, if desired, receive
'the sara om commission, ad vane ; ,
lug HEVEN-E1G11TH8 of iu
' aU, dtb balance up-
' on return of the Assay '
receipt psyab's !
:,. ' " at tb coun- i a i " v
ter, or in l"e ; ,
York Exchange, ae-nt
t any prtf th Unltd 'V "
iftaU. A small comuiUslon
t only will b charged for attending V
, .to ila kuein..
Baak Boildiafa, rarakara Strt't, loath
aide. ( nt4.tf.
Ase-m for J. I. Curtla H9di?
John Holland, Kearnay City, '
lieth A Uo Fort Kearney.
Johnsjft A Ct., Wood River Ototr. ' 7 -
Mr. Orocktr. Vood lliv.
Cfasrlas gsnaie, Cat
IMK TREE RANCIIE.
8. jV MARMOT bavins; purchased tb
abb Ranche, announces o Hs traveling
Tommunirv, that be will spare no pains
to make his ranch the most desirablo
n the MiHtary RoiA He to saaklns;
Tfte Irons -J stablln?, so that amp!
accommodations-can be ensured.
The loeatioi is the most deairable for
Camping, being ten miles ahov the futer"
section of the Genoa Perry road and"
half-way between Colnrabos tad Wood
Always on hand. (ty Board' tf K Vff
or Week. Stock wintered, as low
as at any Rancho on tbo Kead.
All who are desirous of fee hug st hra',
put up st th "LONE TREE," wher ev
ery accommodation can be had'
TL-Cito Nows !
One mile East of Elkhoro Bridge on tb
hilt, where the musqueto treubles neither
man nor beast is now supplied with v
erything for the comfort of tbe tarveler tad
hi lei u.. No pains will b spared to
make all who favor this establishment
comfortable and happy. Good subline;
and room for wagona in the barn, and a
good well of water, dug purposely for
stock plenty of water, and good graas.
Frenh hay, coon and oat on hand.
(fjr'Cake,sPiee, Crackers and Bread.
CHARGES MADE LIGHT!
W. G. Rosimson,
aU-tf. J. Hvus.
To Person," out of Employment.
VGEVTS WANTED to sell the Erie
Sewing Machine. We will give a
Commission, cf wages at $40 per month,
and expanses paid. This is a new Ma
chine, and so simple in its conlruelion
that a child of ten years can tear to op
erate it by half an hour's initructten. It
is equal tu any Family 9ejs)& Vchin)
in us, and tbe price is but$tj2j
Persons wishing an Agency will vddresa
J. N. BoTL.ik
Secretary Erie Sewing Machine C8aSo"(,
6w. Milam, Qgio.
Qlj Glolhing Kal!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BKALXaS I If
ready-made cloth j g
. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,'
(Opposite Lay fc McCormlck's)
Good made to order oi the sbcrtasttioUc.
Cash paid for hides and furs. ulO-tf.
: Sign cf the
Paaif hak 8tt, . . . . . Omaha, N. T.
Retail 4 Jobbing Merchant,
Have just opened a splendid Block tf
Spring & Summer
GOODS Atso keep a complete Stock of
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ..
Ready-mads Clothing, Htts,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crock-
ery. Wooden ware, etc.
which be offers at tbe lowest figures
of aty House in this market.
, ftST Cash paid for bidet and furs. .
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE.
. Thru mile above North Bend If. T.
R. GRAHAM, .... Iropt fetor.
Accommodation for tb want tod ao
eeasltiss ot the traveling public.'
Good stables, bay, and train, .' r
In all fit department os sod horse. ho
ing. Wegoos repaired, etc., etc. -
- nl0-ly. - - .
; ', PHILADELPHIA "
A Beneveleot Institution eMabli.beJ by,
pecial Endow man t, for the iteliaf oi
the Sick and Distresaed, afflicud with '
! VUuUnt audi Fpldemic Disana, and .
I i' eapecially for tbe Cur of Dieasf
I ' tb Sejual Organs. '
MEDICAL ADVICB given rati, by o
iha Aclinir Surreoo. to all who ap
ply by letter, with a doriptloo of thair
ondiiion, (age, occupatlcn, habits ft life,
ao.,) and to eaaet of xtraa poverty, Med-
kin furnUhad free or ensrga. vsni:s
lteaerta on Sixrmatorrscai, sua Other dl.
eaaes o! tho Seiual Orgaaa, and U
New BsMtDiti ompioyea m ine vup to va
ry, sent to the afflict la satd latter tu
lona. fre of ehsret. two or thro sunpt
for pottage will acceptable. , , ,
: AdJreas.Dr. J. 8klllia Uoogbloo. Act
ing 8rgean, Howard Associatioo, Ho. t
uuth Nlath Street, P1illlrlpbit. Fa. 2v
order ot tb Directors. 1 . . -, ,
Eta o. HrusrwKit, Tr ,
Cso. rCHii, Bc. alt.
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