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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1860)
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Spring it Summer
JUST ARRIVED AT
Farkham Street, Omaha 5
(Between 13A and 14A Streets.)
Where may at' all times be found one of
ad best selected tcks of
Dry Goods and
Wist, or f Missouri Riria:
Consisting ia part
of DrcM Goods, PiinU, Bareges, De
tains, Healy-male Clothing, lea,
X3offSt. Sugar, Crockery. Hardware
Carpets, Bouts and blioe. IU
'Japs, etc. uUL
(Sutevuor to J. II. I'ord.)
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.Oils, Paints, Brushes, Varnish, Window
Glass etc-, etc.
SICK Of THC
farnkam fy Corner of 13A Strut,
"yjrrAHA, X. i
Prescriptions carrully compound
ed by an experienced Druggist.
Having sold my entire stock to Mr. A.
D. Jonen, I cheerfully ecommmid him to
in former patrons. J. H. FORI).
1 3 nl-tf.
A I the Nebraska Drug House, Farn
ham street direct from Boston and Pitts
burgha complete assortment of Choice
liquors, consisting, in part, of the follow
iag brands t
A SE1GNETTE choice article.
MNKT. CASTILLO N &.CO., do. do.
- CHAMPAGNE, -.-do. do.
HE17DSICK, Champagno Winn.
PURE JUICE, Port do. voryfine.
MADERIAaud SHERRY dfe.
I also-ofTcr for-sale a very superior ar
tic of Overholt's Old wheat and rye
Whisky, eight years old fine Old Bour
bon, in bottles, genuine, which I offer for
ale at law rates, and warrant ns represent
1 ' A.O.JONES,
If you ivold like good accomodations,
! trarm atabks, good, sweet hay and sound
" . JUrn for your stock, atop at Toncray'a
U Will net oniy uive you vamo iui juui
The undersigned is now prepared teen
terulr. and arcowiuodate Emigrants am!
traverlora. Keep horses, cattle, and furn
ish grain, provisions, and other comforts
for the wayfare, good water and camp range
io all Its departments ox and horse-shoe-iug.
Wagons repaired, etc., etc.
1,10-tf. t . HIRAM UUSHNELL
llome for the Weary.
V . money, but strive by strict attention to
our wants, to make your stay agieeable.
Ar"'! nl-tf- NELSON TONCRAY
'F BELOW COLUMBUS, ON THE
II ' I t ' Great Military Road. '
K Cleveland House,
J.Ei fcFiKOrtTII, Proprietors.
VUii la a larre and commodious public
boas two miles sbava Columbus, and
near the Upper I erry where every atten
tion will tie paid tome want! or ins guests.
iiood stil'es and stock rsrds on the prem
ises, and hay and grata when required.
koois and uoara tor smsn rsmnios.
Charge as oJsrate as at any Houss
s the Uvad
Corner of Vo.ige and llth Slrettt,
Omaha, A. T.
Is prepared to accommodate visitors,
boarders, and the traveling public gene
rally, with food, lodging and all the com
forts of a home. The table will be spread
with the best the market afforda, and ev
ery attention 111 be paid to hla guests.
PECK, ROBERTSON, & Co.,
WHOLESALE Jt RETAIL.
KEARNEY CITY. N, T.
Dealers in Dry-Goods,
Groceries Grain, and
411 . .
And evorythlng required in
UiRt line by either
EMIGRANT OR CITIZEN-
,t innnlv of all neoesarv articles
At PECK'S RANCHE, Wood River.
15 miles East of F rt Kearney.
They are determined not to be
by any firm In this region.
SELDON, McGlVERX Sf 20.
Sign of th
AMERICAN FLAG !
Two miles west of Tort Kearney,
n the Great Mili
tary Road to
' M &u? Ranch
Can be found the largest, and best
and Stabling, west of the Missouri rhrer.
Wood and Water Free.
COLUMBUS, N. T.
RICKLEY, & CO.,
Hsve lately opeued a Variety Store, at the
Old Stand of the New York Store con
sMin of most every article In trad that
either the farmer, Settler or Emigrant maj
want, to supply his wants or complete his
outfit, and will sell most artirlesns low as
the same can be bought west of the Mis
souri Rivet, and by prompt attention and
fair dealings hope to receive a good share
of tba public patronage, TCall and
see our stock and prices tbeietar. Coun
try produce bought and exchanged. Also
live slocfc-ibought, sold and exchanged. '
Kills cf Lumber sawed to order on short
notice, and also shall always keep a good
supply on hand. n7-tf.
The above bonse, situate at the Elk.
horn Bridge, is now implied with every
ihing to make man and beast comfortable.
No psina will be spared to make all who
favor this establishment with their patron
age, satisfied and at home. Charge aa
moderate as the most calculating oould ex
pect' Good stabling hay and grata al
ways on hand. nl-tf.
PJlSB'O lPak lr(0U3.
Elkhoru Ilrldge, X.T.
The undersigned announces to the trav
ellug 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 la
also piepared to provide, in a comfortable
uianuer, for a large number of stock.
nl-tf L. F. JENKS.
Atwuya ready to attend to horse-
ahoelng, repairing wagons,
and all sorts of work
in his line. First
rat o-framt and ahoelng cattle don on
toe suorvesi nouoe. Remember Ola
SBOttO tW4TS atapv.
1 have an extensive Vegetable Garden at
Wood River Centre,
and have now ready for tale , all the
OF ROOTS AND VE3ETABLES.
Orders from the Fort, and ele-
irhtre, promptly attended to.
J. E. JOHNSON.
DOWN WITH MONOPOLY 1 1
An End to Humbug I
Fom the superior facilities poasessed by
GENOA FERRY CO. ! I
They are prepared to Ferry Emigrants
across the LOUP FORK
AT 50 cents Per Team I I
Satisfaction guarranteed to all ouf pat
rons, H. J. HUDSON,
nolltf Sec'y of Comp'y.
One mile from Columbus Ferry, JV. T.
GUT C. BARNOM Proprietor.
G00D STABLES. GRAIN SUP'
Best of hotel accommodations, and
every attention paid to the con
fort of Guests.
HENDERSON'S ISLAND RAN CH--0-0-0-0-
The nronrletor of this superior Ranch e
having, at a heavy expense, added to its
already unsurpassed advantages tor stock,
ia now prepared to ranch any quantity of
atock, 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 No. 1 ranch,
auperior corrells and trusty herders, he
flatters himself capable of giving eutire
satisfaction to all who may lavormm witn
This ranche being at a point where the
great "Colirado and Golden City wagon
road" crosses, ccntaiim 320 acres, well
timbered and grassed, and ia at the same
time the most centrally located in the coun
try, being fifteen miles from Denver, and
nineteen rrom lioiuen out. au sioc
guarantied againat loss, save from death,
The proprietor ha also erected a wars
bouse for the reception and storage of
goods on commissiron, or otherwise.
JNO. D. HENDERSON.
J. SKINNER, Proprietor,
12 miles from Shell Creek, and
10 miles from Columbus,
Keeps hay, grain , and supplies produce
ml nrnvisimift. The wants of man and
beast supplied good camping places and
rass convenient in-u-
FREDERICKSON & JACKSON
WHOLESALE A kETJLlZ.
AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry and Dreaa Goods,
Liquors, Grain, and Prodoce.
Put up on th Shortest Notice, and at the
Cssb paid for grain and country pro luce.
Lumber I Lumber I
Saw Mill !
ON WOOD RIVER.
The undersigns announce to the citi
zens of the Platte Valley that they hav
ow nearly completed a aaw mill on Wood
River, near th Lowor Cressir g between
Lambs SLd Crockers which they hope to
1 ave in operation by the 25th of June.
Orders for Lumber solicited,
T WITCH EL 4t SADLER,
P. O. REED,
SPRING CREEK STATION, "
East of Elkhern Bridga.N. T., '
Is prepared to accommodate th travel
ing public with Entertainment, fer man
and beast good stables, bay and grain.
Stock wintered, and provisions andsup
ptit kept ea band. aT-tf.
W. Ma IB(D(Blli93(DB3,
Dealer In Dry Goods,
Fancy and Dree Goods,
Boots and Shoes'
Hats and Caps,
Crockery and Queenswars,
And general Outfitting, Jobbing and Retail
Lower Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Th highest Market Pricepaid for grain and Country produce.
Than any other House West of the
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WHOLESALE Sr RETAIL
TWO MILES WEST
BACONt HEAL., CORN, OATS, HAY, &C.
We keep constantly on hand the largest and best assorted Stock of Goods
ever kept on the Plains, which we will sell cheaper than any
other House west of the Missouri river. We have
good Camping grounds ia the rear of our
Store, where Emigrants will be
SUPPLIED WITH WOOD AND WATER
u u u -We
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
Fifes Peak Iftah and California
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
Dr. Henry will remain at our Store,
mends and customers, until nia departure rorth Mines. Remember the plsce.
Kearney City, fu4-6m. May 15,1860.
5flw (Ftoxrt Sh Mum I7
Platte River Ferry,
MOUTH OF 'THE CACHE
JOHN S. SMITII, k CO.,
Hsve eitablished a FINE ROPE FERRY across th South Platto
at the above-named Point where Emigrant can be eressed without
detention. And all Emigrants and Trains, who wish to sav the
sand on th South Platte, will cross the sam to the North aide, at
th Salt Lake Crossing (mouth of Lodg Poll Creak), thence by John
Smith's trail, on which they will find good trass, wood, and water,
at no plsoe further than iaht mllei apart, with no send 03 th route,
and a saving of SEVENTY-FIVE MILES in distance to the mouth
of the Cache La Poudr River 1 which make tbta th shortest and
beat route, yet discovered, to the mines and Emigrants will save
time, stock and money by thla route, to which we invite th attention.
OF ALL TRAVELERS TO THE KANSAS AND NI8KASKA
Gold '. Mines.
JOHN SMITH A 00..
Smith's Ravchi, y
, Mouth or tta Cache La PoJrf Hirer, ' N". T.
AprU 29, 1860. ' " ' 'll-Sa,
OOODI AND All
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or roRT xxARNir.
WEST OF THE MISSOURI.
where he will be pleased to see hla old
LE POUDRE RIVER.
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CURTIS, BROTHERS, v
OMAHA CITY, N. T. ; ' 1 1
'HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 1
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Casta Capital .... $ 1,500,000
SURPLUS $500,000, ' ,
BY EVERY SAFEGUARD i i
Men toll, work, slave, nay almost tin, to
support their families perform almost er
ery judicions aet for their welfare and hap
piness, EXCEPT INSURE. It is t,
common omission of the majority verJ
looking the dangers of the fature in the se
curity 0 the present. ; To remedy this fault
only requires seriously thinking on the sub
ject. Wisdom and thrift wiil alwaj s elect
to adopt th conaervative principle of In
surance, to avert th unhappy consequene-'
ea of such "slings and arrowa of outrageous'
fortune" as are produced ao frequently by
the blaating visitat'onaof fir to our homes.
n3. ' Correspondence attended to. tV
THIBTEEX MILES BAST Of COLrSCB.
THE MILITARY ROAD. ' , .'
JOSEPH ftUSSEL, Proprietor
Is prepared to entertain and 'provide for
the comfort and wants of the- traveling'
public. Good stables, bay, grain, aaX
vegetaoiea. ...s ...,.,,.,.,,,.H
23T Don't forget ihtflacu nl-tf.
DEALER 151 J ' ul
FOREIGS, DOMESTIC M9 FJ1SCY . , ,
Cloths, . .
j . , Clothing.
. stuns, , , .
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! Lrdie' Dress Goods, Baragaa, Bonnet, t
Ribbons ParaMls, cto. etr. : r
Whicb be selU Cheaper than th cheapest,
Farnham Street . . ; . Pionr Block.:
, nT. Omaha. tf.
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RANOIHS 'A ' EMflQilAiMrj
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Gd Stablea and RoUl aeceamlatia
, rirst-rat place t - - i . .
. camp. . '
Wsod, water and crtsa, abiieiaaC . M,
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