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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1861)
oartre at one, tad io a few fcian
Iy words, elcxjaen wun cnouon, ma
his fortune at jfelly'a feet. . .
I'rtnr Nelle Celt marc like crvins with
jof" than fcujlhing f . But a little of
the. lu saucy spin was still left ia
ter; sii thought she owed il to her ex
tot to lurrcader too easily, and so the
aaidi archly glancing Bp at Clarence,
Do you know, Mr. harvard, who
jc are proposing te? 1 nc heiress
no high-born city belle, but only let
tot see what was ft? ahl I have it
- fcoV only a common country rustic"
And the rose and" courtesied to him.
'"For heaven's lake doq'l bring that
foolish speech up eg instrnel'' he cried
pass ionattly, tryisg to tke her hand.
'lhave repented it a thousand times
slailj, since the unlucky moment 1 was
Lelrayed into saying it. Do me ihe
justice to believe I never meant to te
Wall, than, I! will ssy nothing more
ol that mat er. But this, only a whim
vf yours. How it it. thut, having
known me so long, you only new dis
cover my intriu?
' ' Known joa so long!"
"Yes, sill" demurely,
"For eight yiprs.'
' Oood heavens!" he cried, sudden-
Jy, his whole face lighting up. How
Wind I have beenl Why did I not see
it Wore! You are "
"Cobwebs." said Nelly, taking the
words out ol bis mouth, her whole face
parkling wilb gle;nd she drew off
nd gate another sweeping courtesy.
Before she had recovered herselt,
however," a pair of strong arms was
found her, lor Clarence divined now
that he wws loved.' Nelly, all along,
had had a half-secret fear, that, when
her suitor knew the past, he might
not he ao willing to mury the bare
footed girl as lue brilliant belle; but
all this w?s bow gone. .
Soon after, was a gay wedding at
Et: Marks. A mouth tfter that, the
bridal pair, returnig from the wedding
iour, drove up to a handsome house in
one of the most fashionable streets in
Philadelphia. As Clarence led Nelly
through the rooms, in which his per
fect taste was seen everywhere, she
gave Way to exclamation after excla
mation of delight. At last, they' rea
died a, iiny boudoir, exquisitely car
peted "and curtained. A jet of gas,
burning in an labster vase, diffused
soft light through the room. A. so
Jitsry picture hung on the walls. It
was the origin.il sketch of her, taken
wight year before, and now elegantly
framed.- 'TW tears-gushed to Kelly's
yes, and she thrwy herself into her
busband's arms.1 -( : -
. -JLSt&odj see. that pictare, sus
Jets its origi. It U toojiacred a
- aubject for either Nelly or Clarence to
allude to. But it was only the other
daj that a celebrated leader of fashion
What a queer pet aame Mr. Ilar
rjaaforhis beantiful bride! In
aybody but a genius it would be ec
centric. But you don't know how pret
ty it sounds from his lips."
f What is it?" ' -,
.'"CobwsbsI" . p
AaiJOKA. A correspondent of the Me
ania .Timee, writing from Pino Alto,
- Sari :-tMany fahnlous .tones have been
Jofoandare on record, of the richness
it this region of Arisona; and we hope
theywillaoonhe realised by the brave
keaVted adventurers who have undergone
ao mucU hardship, ana u.-uuu
- Jry TriTation and danger, conmon so
' waeditione, with a fortitude truly
to t admired. The river has more wa-
MrVhanthe Gila itaelf, and gold was
: found for thirty tr iles up -and down the
.tree. The gold is eoarse, resembling
' Try much that from the Io. J
' ifiieaumatedthat there will be work
for at least thirty thousand men. All
& party, sonsiating of twenty-six men,
witt many more from thu. place, left
immediately with provision, tools, etc.,
to tako .up olaims, and to commence
wtfrkr - ' ,
, "t3T On a tertaia railway, the follow.
IngintelHgeat aotioe appears : .
."Hereafter, when traias moving sa an
nnosite direction are approaching each
.V. liana, conductors ana
etgineora will he . requested to bring
their respective trains to a dead halt be-
lose the points of meeting nu o
fuinotto proceed till each train has
passed the.other." -
' Ma, acnt Jane has been eating the
honey,'' said-an observing eon. "How
do yes know, ny dear?" aiked.the M-.
ftontshed mother. '' 'Cause 1 heard fath
er T he wanted to tip the honey from
Jkey lips," responded the youth. Effects
ws lnaPfiyou hetjv
fTle only U a grsat sttn who can
lst tb applaos i the aval titude aid
mpr iaMlt lndepeodeat of its farori.
jrTA taS dwn Xast thig poetically
yiruaea his wifsj
fn U katbsad. ta u X JyU
an7,. ft i-'r '
Sis W fot M akiH vat 4ay. pf Uf
ani!r any on ?.4 tjr, Ug iua
' a m M I m ' 4'
i Irlah earrhn drlTr mad a rerr
Ispuy aud eharseterUtis rplf. tiie hr
dr ' A gentlemsa h rcljNl te I'itl
W obU-to "walk f ! P fjii.ti,
Way yaur houur lopg bt ajijt, bn Ui
by i a tirbt f tioe nk tM MnB)r f
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tre Mr. Crocker, Wood River; Charle
Late 33"-wi3 !
One mile East of Ellhorn Bridge on the
hill, whr the tnusqueto troubles neither
man nor baait is mow lopplied with ev
erything for the comfort of Uie torveler and
his tea. Ko paini will be spared te
mkke all who faror this establuhment
comforlable and happy. Uoed stabling
and room for wagons in the barn, soda
good well of water, dug purposely for
stock plan ty of waWr, and good grasi.
Freh bay, corn and oau on Land. :
('Cakes, Pioi, Crackers and Bread.
CHARGES MADE LIGHT !
W. Q. Robinson,
n!4-tf. . J. Htmas.
' CU&TI9, BROTHERS,
1J omah! city) n. t.
. ;. -o-o-o-o. 1
Cash Capital $1,500,000
; SURPLUS $500,000,
' THE J
BY EVERY SAFEGUARD I
i' " .0-0-0-
' Men toll, work, slave, nay almost sin, to
support their families perform almost ev
ry judicions aet for thsr welfare and hap
piness,' EXCEPT INSURE- It lat tie
commoa otnissloa of lhemajorityevr
lookiog the dangsrs of the f ature in tbe se.
curity of the present. To remedy this fault
only requires seriously thinking on the s ub
ject. .Wisdom and thrift wiil alwsj s elect
to adopt the conservative principle of In
sursnee, to avert the unhappy consequenc
es of such "silrgt and arrow s of outrareous
foiU" as arc produced so frequently by
tbe blasting visitations of fire to our homes.
3.J a Corraspondenca attended to
ROBERT TT1LLIAM3 fc tOilals ttis
present method of informing the trav
line smblla, that thhave staHsTi3,
at u WliMatn4 Ranet,'' aPallonT Btoffs, an
rsteAsWe Sraltb-sbop, where any work M
that Una will be executed ea the sbertest
possible aaties, in a workmaallke raannsr,
f.nA st reasouable and lioMBt prices.
.They hsvs also ?onnaeUd with their shop,
a trading post, what -alt nanher 6f sup
plies may be bad . CettU, rsfs, snnles,
and wewa,f b&nght, solH tr eiFhsngeii
ai.d, boms and acowodJtC(ii tn-illy,
f uiaished tbj Uvl-.r' . . .f r.I'Tt
e 2 s- ? e r e o ? e i d s 3
Than any other House West of the
- o - o - o -
TWO MILES WIST
WHOLESALE 4- RETAIL
BACO., MEAL, CC1X.Y, OATS, HAY, aC
We keep constantly on hand the largcsfand host assorted Stock ef Goods
tver kcA on tl Plains, which we will sell cheaper than anj
' - oilier HoafC west of the Missouri river. e have
-good. Camping grounds in the rear of our
"Store, where Emigrants will be
SUPrtlED WITH WOOD AND WATER,
PrOO Of CtLiXTSG !
o-o o -
We hare purennsed . . , .
the interest c.f Dr. Henry ,of
the late firm of Morrow,- Rankin and -
Henry, and having just corap'eted our New
Store, frame building, to by 70 feet, directly' opposite
Jack Morrow's old adobe store, we are prepared to oner grtster
Fresh (Roods, and ILower
THA5 ANT OTHER HOUSE. TTEST OF'TnE'lflSSOUni:
Dr. Henry will remain at our Store, where he will be pleased to see his'
friends and customers, uatil his departure for the Vines. Reaasobcr the plae.
Kearney City, foea.) May 15,1860.
HURFORD & BROTHER,
Hardware Agricultural Implements fe
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Havs eonstantlv en hand, a very heavy etoek of all kinds of Coeds In thrlr
line to which they invite the attention ef the pullie. Tbsy keep on band the
Very Best Makes oC.Plows of all kinds
'"' - WHICH THEY WARRANT. ' ,
ftonUg Milli. CuHirttorta GrtiiOadUsa JUapnt ud Movin, ui
Culti vatsr's Ueth.'
White Lesd, "
And, in short, all goods neeessarv o Supply the '
Fariaer, BlteksmUh, Carp enter, fainter, Hboeraaker, aad all eihers. "
We cordially invite an examination rf our stock. gT'Our Hardware Rtore Is
mi o?gtas Street, and our Agricultural Waithouae, so Fourteenth ctrst, Omaha
Omaha, N. T., June 2, 1800. ' alO-ly
V ' -i.-- t'X
TI1Z BEST GOOD AND AN
Dealer la Dry-Ood,,;, 0 : V .
. Boots and Shoes. .
i . VVr .- (IT 'TV" f
,'.'.:.;! a Aaa.vSDW veia:u5, jeppuf, an
. Lower Broadway, '; '
j Tht blffUst1 Warlet Prios psjd
o - o - o - o - o -
r roar xnairir.
WAY OT. ,
- 0 - 0 - 0 -
. Llosad Oil, . ,
Faaey sad Drs-Gfodi,
i end Csps:
: I . v.r Hardware, , ,'.: ,r
; Ceiacll pofa,"ora.
for Qffl$ Vnf-tJ Fl4Wf . (( '.. ' , ,r 1
B. It. PKMM, 8. WARKItt. J. T. BALDWIN. . K.ttC2CS.
PEGflAU, VARNE3, CO
y WliOI.ES ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS m, v
!oots. hoes5 Mats5 Dap5
3" TIIEIGHTIKG TO THE MINES aed Intermedints Prints," ea
" " ' Good Terras." TRAINS start from COUNCIL BLUVK3.
BALDWlk, PEGRAM, CO , Denver City. ' ' rt-t'. ?
Platte River Ferry,
UOUTH OF THE CACHE LX TOUDRE R1VEK
Ears eitabliihed a FI?E r.orr FF.RRTacrae the 5uth mm
at the above-named Pointwhere tmirunis csa be erftSMri without
detrntinn. Aid rII I'.mirxnts auj 'i'rain, whs -ih (eAvclb
sand on the guu'.h rUUr, will rroa th uma to the North fid", at
the Salt Like Crossing (woa'.li rf Lid;o Poll Creek), thme by Joua
Smith's trail, on which they will find good grins, wood, sad water,,
at no .luoi farther tMn fit nil'cf ufnn. with no aud o i the r ijt.
and a saving of SEVKNTY-FIVE MILKS in distance !e tlie :i;r.i. ,
of the Cache La Poudre Kiver ; which tuaxes (his the shnrcst sr.4
bsst route, yet discovered, to the mines in-i E.TJi'frants will str.
tiiae, at)ck and money by this route, to which we invite the alters
Of ALL TRAVELlTvS TO TKE KANSAS AND HIURAfX.'.
' ; "
f mtth's Ri cn-s,
3!o'h of tbe Cache La
April SP, 1C60.
no. 5, riioiMX i!i.o(ii,iPi'rn nnoinwir, t
couiciii BLUFFS iqwa; .
WHOLESALE A.VZ RETAIL VEALER W
DEI .GOODS.MD GROCERIES.-
BOOTS & SHOES, LIQUORS 3cQ;,
lUtpeetfully direct th4 attention ef Pvrchuert, to hi . .
tMKXS,VABIXDAKDSLnQAyT6XOCXrOBJ,nI S ? 0 )
i : ! i ..... t. '
Which has been seleeM la the Eastern Ci'Jee wjtb ejteeisl refers ne ti tbV
wests ef this market.
. ' ' ' lfy tuierlmtt of . . ,
Fancy Dress Goods Cloths & Sheetiig?
, fjeatt axd rsrcT : a:ocEniE3 ; cooTi AJfii' tHostai'f
! . 100JJ AVJD ITATIOlf CRT, lE0yi8J05l; ilV40Sf , MVC ; v - '
' To TfnVtT T orcro anil f?AmTloto v
0,I ys r aJwthy
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Miners OutflUiiigr M aoods.
TatWTS'ANDfFEKT CLOfH. MINER'S PICKS AND-8H0Tfei 1
.. KUGL CURED HAM3, PMOKED 8AU3AGIS A. ,
' - 20,000 BUSHELS Of CORN, 2.000- -i. -.'.''a '
i We will net stop to
theyj are saMsfaeiory i
i to osy anything about price, for we have every day areef the
ry t4heae woi d buniuesswM us. -, BiMo; ol . Ci, wt .
r aay, t&M we can offer estte tiiaueeanwiu t rurebase ct us-"'
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- i cotnrrT mloduck TAnjf
' ... ;4 ' . t.-) 4-tfj
TOR SALE, fc TUT UP
MtTU, A vo
JOHN SMITH k CO.,
retire River, K. T.
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