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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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"XarMay U considered anjunforlu
te marrying month. A down east
editor saya girl u 'asked not long
since to unite herself in the silken tie
to a brisk lad.vybo named May in Ills
proposals. -The lady tenderly intimat
ed that May wm n tmluckj month
for marrying.' -. t - : "" :
; "Well, make it June then." honest
ly replied the - twain, anxious to ec
oooimodate. " . . " -
'The damsel paueda moment, hesi
tated, can down her eye' end said,
with a blush, 'Wouldn't April do a
:' 3T Atexan and Illinois farmer
were speaking of raising- corn, sc
and the Illiaoia man was boasting of
the superior yield of prairie land, and
tellinc large stories, as all western
-men do. to which the Texan leplied .
"I'll tell' you what, stranger, they
make large corn in your clearing, but
it ain't a circumstance to what . ws
raise in the Colorado bottoms. Why
the eorn there averages thirtrtltet in
height, with twelve ears to a stalk,
and a gourd-full of.shelled corn on the
topi" 7 - . "
CtjHiroR Impudikck. A city buck
visited the Shakers, at Lebanon, some
t;me since, and as he was wundering
ibrougli the village, be encountered a
toot, hearty specimen of the sect, and
thtia accosted him ; '. .- '
c'We!l," broadbrim.'are you much
ofa shaker?" ;; - ;
."Mar," siddlthe otherv ''not much,
but I can do a little in that way." "
So he. aided the Astonished man by
tneeolls,raand nearlyehook.himmt o
hia boots. " ' " :. . .
' Why did you leave Smith's so early
lukt night t waa asked of a young man.
He answered, Why, you see I called
to see miss Naucy. and she wouldn't
have anything to say to me ; . so I sot
awhile, and the old man told me I had
better go. I sot "awhile longer, and
cne.of the boys ctme and took me to
the door and gave me a push then I
thought may be my company wasn't
wanted, and so I left. . '
Did Roger was visiting a friend
w ho had a remarkably fine little girl
about' three years -old famous for
smrl aajingr.. An usual, she waa
shown off before our esteemed friend.
What is papa ?" said the parent, in
t:-i'er to draw out the precociously re
ply. "Papa's a humbog," said the
juvenile.,., r'l dec Lire," said old Rdg
r't iieVeiMn my life", saw so young
a child with 60 rnaturo a judgment."
Home Tooke beincr asked by
George III, whether he played at
cards,- replied, "ITo your- majesty ;
the (act is, Ican't tell a kingjrom a
knave." . ' - i -;i i
jtirjneTnew.'wTial Jthfiy say of
one another, there would not be lour
frienda in the world. 1 This is evinced
by quarrels wbicliaj pear 4by, -indiscreet
reDorts. .' t , - . '. a
0 Durjng an examination a med
leal stadent beirgasked the question
'When does mortification ensue?"
replied,i'When you pop ihe question
'I.t ink, "wife," vou have
. great many ways of calling me a iool
I , thinki cusbaud, that you have
great many waysof being one.
-' Ctr A youtigf lady aoysrthe reason
she carries a parasol is, that the sun
is of the masculine gender, and she
cannot bear his ardent glances. '
, A young lady in town is so refined
in her language that she never uses
the word, blackguard but substitutes
grWhattthroat is best for a sing
er to reach high notes wilh ? A soar
throat. ' '
ft.i-fr-i'ff .,t::'civt ifi'f c
. ftrThe man who was lost in alum-
bjr tounsl : hi .wayjout on a night
If lfll i'f
LIFE FILLS k PIICENIX BITTERS.
THESE MEDICINES have now been
. telqe te poblic'for a pertoel atThlr.
ty Tsars, a ad duriag that time nava niain
taft4 a high character in almost every
part of the Globe, for their extraordinary
sad isaatediaU power of restoring; perfect
healta to persons sunVISf; under nearly
very kind of dueaaa t w aicb the human
frame la liabla-.i.i ,'.,. i ! . " 1 1
The toilftwHig are asaopf lb distressing
variety erf kttssa diaaases ia which the
TECB T ABLE LIFE! MEDICINE8
- are wait kaown to be infallible,
PyrptftUj J hj I thoroughly , cWnslng
tb fiat aat secnd stoinachs, and creaU
fj, f ;v of pars heaUby bUe, instead of
tSi aula and acrid kindf Flatulency,
Lees of SPPtitef keartbura, headache,
rCsUesaaeai, ILL TEMPEJl. anxiety lar,
aar, aad aselaneholy, which are i the gen-
rsl sytopsosnsitia "J'rvf''" .--ki
as a aiarai seasequenca of its cure,
ieae t or tie iatesUiwe wuh a solvent pto
ess. sad without vtolencaj all violeal
portea leave the bowels eosUve wiUiis
ft H kiadi, t restoring the
bleed t a Kg ulr iireulation, throe gn the
rreeass of r-tspiiaUoa ta suck eases, and
tue thereugh aoWion ot ail iBtasUa
traction inothrw v
The Lift Medicines hare been knowu to
cure Rheumatism, permanently, in three
weeks, and Gout, in lisutnat time, by re
moving local inflammation from the mua
clea and ligaments from the joiuts. -
Droviie of all kinds. " bv freelne and
atreea-thening the kidneys and bladder t
they operate most delightfully on these
important organs, ana nence nave ever
been found a certain remedy for Gravel.
Also norm, , by dislodging from the
turning; of the bowels the slimy matter to
wnicn mesa creatines adhere.
Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate Sores,
dv me periect parity which (bene Life
Medicines give ts the blood, and all-the
numora..., . i ...... ...i... : ..
Scorbutic Eruption and Bad Complex
iona, by thefr alternate effect upon the
nums tnai teea toe exin, ana the morbid
state of which occasions all eruptive com-
Dialing, uiow, ciouay, ana an disagrees
The use of these pills for a verv short
lime, win tnuci an enure cure or oau
Rbeum,.and a striking improvement in the
clearness or we skin. Uominon Uolds and
Influenza will.always be cored by cue dose
or by two in the worst cases.
Pile' The original proprietor of these
Medieines, was cured of piles of 35 years
standing, by the use of the Life Medicine
alon. ' . . i - j , ,
Fener and Ague. For Ihie ecourge of
the Western country, these medicines w'll
be found a safe, speedy and certain remedy
Other medicines leave thi system subject
to a retarnof the disease a cure by these
medicines is permanent Try them, Be Sat
isfied, and Be Cured !
! JBiliou Fever and Liver Complaint.
General. Debility, Loss of Appetite, and
Diseases of Females, the Medicines have
been used with the most beneficial results
in cases of this description: King's Evil,
and Scrofula, in its worst forms, yields to
the mild, 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 Diteaten. Persons w h osa con
stitutione have become impaired by the in
judicious use of Mercury, will find these
medicines a perrect core, as tney never
fail to eradicate from the system, all the
effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than
the most powerful preparations of Sarsa
parilla. Prepared and sold by
W. B. MO t FAT,
335, Broadway, New York-
.. For sal by all Druggists -
A. 1. WILLIAMS. HENST IPBINOtB,
TfllrlLIAMS, SPRIXGEK, & LO.
. FortLaptOn,'NT.? ,
: Will Ranche Stock on more favorable
terms than any other letpomible firm
the country. Stock and merchandise
bought and sold at all times on favorabl
; ' IF.Q. CBIOHSK,
' Wholesale Retail Dealers in
Dry-Goods, ' 11
' Groceries, - ' -
i Bacon, -'- !
Liquors, etc., eto.
, tiay, ... .
Meal, etc., ate. . ; j
Casb paid for Hides &. Furs
' ColumhusjN. T. '" n3-tf.
GROCERIES i PROVISIONS,
abADWAV, coViioiL BLurrs, iowa,
Keebs censtantly on hand a fresh supply
os Groceries, Provisions, Grain and Vege
tables, which he offers at the lowest rates
N. B. Cash paid for grain and country
JMilt on.R ogers . "
WHOLES A EE A!VD RETAIL
Dealer In all varieties bf
And MANUFACTURER of
Tin; Copper and
SHEET IRON WARE.
Sign of the
ITPFES BBOADWAT, Council Blnfis, Iowa
A LARGE and complete assortment of
. T-l ak . f T. A . - . AHJ
Japaned Ware, Also great variety of
beet Iron Stoves and Camp Furniture, for
migrants crossing the Flams, alwaya on
baud and for sale cheap for cash.
Juaevta ltuv ti
I'm Afloat I I'm Afloat I
LOUPE FORK FERR Y,
The Columbus Ferry Comnanv have aow
ia operation, aad In good' running order,
TWO FIR8T CI ASS RoPE FERRIES
across tua Loupe Fork, one at the pli Co
lumbus Crossing, and another tear Clere.
land Honse where th-y have first-rate and
commodious boats, ana careful hands that
will set teams over irom bank to b&ok with
rapidity and saMy, avoiding all so-.h dif
ficulties aa has been heretofuresapariene
ed. These ferries are directly t the
North FUtte routs, where the loads jars
Ona and wall bridged. Fiae camp ( ror,d,
timber, aad grass. Charges as follows ;
Two horse or tea aw. aaeb. v : 1 ID
All other stok. per heaf, ' U 10
COLUMBUS FERRY CO. .
Colambus, KTW April -nl-tf
Hardware --Agricultural Implements &
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Have constantly on band, a very heavy stock of all kinds of Good In their
line to which they invite the attention of the public. Thoy koop on hand the
Very Best Makes of Plows of all kinds
WHICH THEY WARRANT.
Fanning Mills, Cultivators, Grain Cradles, Reaper. and Mowi-r. a."
" " -- And, in short, all goods necessary (o supply th
Farmer, BUcksmlth, Carpenter, Painter, Shoemaker, and all oiic
We cordially invite an examination of o r stork. ("Oiir Hardware S1
on Douglas Street, and our Agricultural Warehouse, on Fourteenth Street. On;:.
Omaha, N. T., June 2, 1860. ' i io
PIIOEMX BEOCIi, IPPEK IIKOADWAY,
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
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WHOLESALE AJVD RETAIL LEALER W
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
BOOTS & SHOES, LIQUORS &C.
Rtspe'ctfully directs the attention of Purchasers, to his
IMMENSE, VARIED AND
If hlch has been selected in the Eastern Cities with special referance to the
wants of this market.
My atiorlmet of
Fancy Dress Goods
m&m -MASS (0LT?3B,
HEAYIT AXD FAIVCY ! GROCERIES . BOOTS AKD SHOES.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, PROVISIONS; LITJQORS, AC, AC,
Is Very Large and Complete.
Miners Outfitting Goods,
TENTS'ANDENT CLOTHS, MINER'S PJCKSTAND SHOVELS
SUGAR CURED HAMS, SMOKED SAUSAGE AC.
20,000 BUSHELS OF CORN, 2.000
' SACKS OF FLOUR.
4000 IBujsoIs of Oats.
We will not stop to say anything about prices, for we have every dav proof that
they are satisfactory to those who do business with us. Hut to one and all, we
. would respectfully say, that we can offer better inducements to purchuse cf us
- tlan any. other House in Western Iowa.
. COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKHN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
PEGftAM. J. H. WARNER.
PEGRAW, VVARNE3, & CO.,
WHOLES! IE AND EETAIL DEALERS IN
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FLOUR A FEED FOR
jtar FREIOIITINQ TO THE MINES snrj iDtermadiate Point, on
Goo4 Ternn.. TRAINS start from COUNCIL BLUFFS. ' ;
bAlDWIX, TEGRAM; A, CO , Denver City.
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ELEGANT STOCK FOR THK
Cloths & Sheetings;
J. T. BALDWIN. O. M. DODGE.
SALE, A PUT UP
F. GEESAMAUT, & CO.
Two doors East oftht Pacific House,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA
AND RETAIL DEAL
A superior quality of smnking aud
cnewing tohacco, cigars, scotcn
and Mocoby snurls.
varictj of Fancy
Goods aud perfumery.toi
let articles, pxtracts, colognes,
pomades, toilet and fancy soaps.
h,vr. nail, uiid tooth brushes. A lull and
complete assortment of
WOOD RIVER CENTRE.
A good Corn Mill is now In operation,
and ready for corn and burkwiipa-t, at
Johnson's Ranche, Wood River Centre.
Corn in the ear ground likewise.
Do you want your horses ur oxen shod,
or anything d''ne in the above line, go to
Jobnbon s Kanctie, where you can be serv
ed on the shortest notice and in the best
'We want but little here below P
-Good accommodatien for man and beast
are now prepared at Johnson's. Upper
Crossing of Wood luver
Hay, grain, and stabling, plenty, and
Emigrants and settlers can get supplies
of potatoes, groceries, liquors, provisions,
cloth ng and many necessary 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 ev
ery variety to be had at Johnsou's Store
Wood Ittver Centre.
For Sale. A giant Cob-mill, at John
son's Ranche. Also a Breaking Plow,
STATION AND RANCHE,
Two miles above
LONE TREE STATION,
Keeps, always on band, Hay and Grata,
JND READY HOSTLERS.
Also hotel accommodations, and every lux
ury aud comfort that care and at
tention can prodnce, pro
vided for the Guests.
If you appreciate Home and Ease, stop
at n bia
SHOE THK WILD
T OBERT WILLIAMS & CO. take the
IV present method of informing the trav
eline public, that lhay have established,
at "Williams' Kanch," Vtallon iiiuBs.an
extensive Smith-shop, where any work in
that line will be executed on the shortest
possible notice, in a workmanlike manner,
and at reasonable and honest prices.
They have also ' Oimected with their shop,
a trading; post, wbere all manner or sup
plies may be had Cattle, horses, mules,
and wagons, bought, sold, or exchanged
and, home and accomodations generally,
furnished the traveler n!7-tf .
W. D. JOHNSON.
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Liquors.t Fruits, Oandies. Confectioneries,
O igars, b a ucy Goods, Yankee Notions, J e w-
elry, ioys and a tnousand and two "jenix
knax, chicken-fixin's, etcetras and se
forths i" which ha oilers for aa le on the
mos easy and reasonable terms j a he is
determined to cIms out
Complete outfits for emigrants, put up,
witn care ana aispaicn, ana iuu sausiae-
tion guaranteed nl-tf.
50,000 Copies already Slsl
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