The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861, April 25, 1861, Image 3

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Aiy's, wlisi cm, hay a::tl stabling
can be obtained, Uistjtice 4 mile. . -Jason
H. Parktr't-t-lhttM aecom i
. tnodatlons. A Hiy a ad ntn for liila;
gjort camping ground,
Zone 2re iiunrAf b T. Mirmoj,
groceries, hay, corn and stabling,
On the bank of the Plntt.
.Buckhorn Station by 8. G, Hay.
ward j grmd t.jmpln? ground," , ,
E. D- Hurley' t groceries, Stock
of any kindkpt fcr twenty-five
cent per df y, per span.'
SAormefccr Point gnenl '
accommodation and good camping
ground.
Gurnard' Ranchc. llay and cor.i
for Sale. ; Hera- thcra Is a German
settlement' ' A !nigo crop of grain
was raised ttys past year, and corn,
c.tj be obtained st , I
'E. tf- Buck $ Co. feroccr:e,'bayl
rr.d corn for Bale, a-r.d good casipln
jround. t : y- . '
Crocker' Ranche. Il.itel accom
modations and pood camping ground
This is the niouih of Woo 4 river, a
clear alream with plenty of Timber
and good grass.
M. TownsUy.Wcoi river saw
null 5 general accommodations,
Lamb'i Station. good, camping
groujd. ' . ." '
W. G. Eldridgc's Jood. camping
ground and general acromoodatons.
Miller' If CV Ranch:, Potatoes,
bay, corn, and general aeeomineda-
11011.1. , "
P Moore, Corralle, goneral ac':om
moMations and good camping. -
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8
a
cprt onmooa l.a wn Kancne uyjas
JkekSon:1 Hay, corn and ataliling.
JOISIVSO.VS ItAiYCIIK,1
Woo River- Centre. Full Store of
Good and Supplies Entertainment
andRnnclring Poat Olfice,-Black- :'
ainitb-iliopr griL,railI l(veiC.. .
The Huntsman's Echo, a weekly
paper, is published tier-. " Emigrant
nhould call hre and register their
names for publication, vnd got tho
news. Large nfarket garden, plenty ' -of
vegetables and f;uil.i in their soa
don. for (ale, rood camping., fine
wa er and woo J plenty, - -
Cobbler'' Ranche by Edward Oli
ver, Provisions, water and grans.
Peck', Tfoi r(in fy CcDry-roodg,
groceries fcnd provisions. Blacksmith-shop
f'good camping-ground,
and corn for Bale,
John Evans. General acrommoJa
lions, woo J, Mtr ve dd .graafcO '.""
C. II- Wilson's Ranthe. Farm and
subling. Corn for sale end good
esmpi.g.) Orfbanlc cf.Weod rivjr.
Eoji JJi-ilhir.-f-Kolra.k Centre
Post Office : groceries, fcood stabiing
Brewery ana blacksmith-shop, ,. ,
McLain't Ranche.--'-'kttoaMa.-f
ions and good cainping ground, bay
for sale. . ' r . ' r. . ; .
i Miller If Co' ifanr.'it. Hay, corn,
stabling and general accommoda
tions, ,,0n,th6bi.k of th PlaUc,.
attbe crossii g. Here the river is.
ditrfded bf. several Jislands," and la
abnnt two miles in width: - v -
Fort Kearney Emigrants can ob
tain eupplies trom the au'.lor,
Kearney City. Ib baa a ppnla
tion of about 200 ; ii ne.it! luidclf
4
a;
3 v
.V.
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and contains sorri nnlf-dozoti stores,
screrai blacksmilh-stiopj e'.c.,abuu
v The Oeatliof U'arrtn.
On the d y of ihut u r.r.i nr.ljle
en-
12 en t at 13tft:la;rf IIJI t, i h itn rt J o -eph
WarrcflhtheV t.ithovpa1m of
Hfo, joined tUo Amcrin ranks r.s a
Tolupiecr.
"Tell rJo xviirb pztl l uk&,"
aid ha addresftrng Genvrl runam
"On the redfiubifV-fraa tl.ufply;
"ycu will lhej.0 La cpyvred.V ,,0...
'I came not to be covcrtd.' retrirB
cd Warren ; "t?!! Sj'wlj,l fchiilkbe
in most dangehl(!arr2(JT4-ttH rir4 yhert
the action will ba jlie li:,Uc8t.''
At the ineietirW tin Commute of
fiarety, prviioua to (he battle, bis
tricmls , varnesi slrovo to ilissunde
Lim froraTizpoiinsltis' peraori' ,
"I know tlicre io danojcr," . replied
W. rren, "tut who doca not think it
Bweet to dit for his countrj?"
When Col. Presoctt trave the order
torttrt at;-Warren's slftjarato cour-1
cd last ii the redoubt, nnd was slowly
rf treating, -when a Briiuh Officer -cal
led' 'on' h'm to ' surrender.' Warren
proudly his face to fact to thefoe re
ceived a fatal shot in tf:e forehead, and
1'dl dead irv the- trenel.s. , , .. .
i
d&arly l icltl seed Coin 'for
IinLVE'TaSAll.mol:ri of. the Earl
Field Corn, known as the "Early
Adams," which will mature and ripen in
iO days We planted it lnat year on the
2mij.fltJjinej.and foumd it ripe and fine in
good season. It ft a Kood", heavy grain and
produces well. Apply soon,
r t . f j: jMoN.,
rorATOESfriafi etli.v U Ul
Jciimson's Rakciic.
nate and Choica Seeds and
Jraiiroe,r. T .ff.
Stow el' s rwrr, Spe Cbjn, l
Ntnlth's Early Whit, '
j:rly Adam V
Hubbard Squash,
ii eat Variety' sugar Cane.
Orange watcrmlo, itii'u-. -
and ull varletiesGardeu Seeds
t resu and nice.
110 WARD ASSUCUliOiVir
PHILADELPHIA.
A TUr.vUnt Institution establlkbad bv
specis 'ttHlowmentfdr ther Kelisf of
tbs Sick nd Distressed arHieted with
Virulent and "Fpideroloy DiMises, and
specially for tb -Cur: of Diseases Of
the Bexoal Organs. 1 ' ' .
MED10AL' ADVICE riven g atlsby
lbs Aetiar 6arre. to" all who an.
fly by lettJerl'Witb'tr; description' of ti.eiir
aoDdiilonSfeoeeopScrl.tiakMs'af WU,
o.,) and IS tastes f xtrems peortf,-Md-'
Jc!ds furnished freeof thargeS" VaraabM
Itevorts onvassdnataxrhwi, had JUtiu ts-
ttsej o? tbs Sexual Organ, sod oa ta
Htsy RutuH employed to the pisptjsM
-telopes, frs of cbargs. two r three stamps
for postage win pt ooepiaws.
Address. Dr. J. BUillin Ifouebtaa. ' A at
ing Sorwon,' Howard Association. Vo. 2
' South Ninth Street, Phtbidetphia, Xt.' JJy
eras t ei us Aiecvori.
-- Tt p. IlsatrwfU., Trt.
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tltglit, - .
Rich dew-drops shaking from bis plumes
cf light."
and (liirlngilicpre?ent year (1861) its grand
inimitable army of writers wh' ga united
salaries exceed the total of those paid to
(he President niiVice- f resident rt Hit uni
ted State and Us brilliant constellation of
lltorary specialties will be materially ex
tended. Thus, ona of tb' proprietors r.sw
encasements io that of tho witty, waftsrish,
qui.'.gical, whimsical, world renowned, and
pungent '
Q. K. PHILANDER D0E3TICKS, P. B.,
who contributes to the "Mercury" a tide-
splitting sries of Builesque Biogrsphiesl
Lecturen, Sermons, Fashion Articles, Urit
icisres of Paintings, Plays, Slatoes, etc ,
under the gcteral and significant title Of
."Ulvsrslaas ot Doeslicks ; -or Haiirijui.i
Hits at ths Times." - i
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Grainger, J. lixrbcr, 1 O. C. Darley,
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Cousin May Carlton, Dr. J. H.'Robinsdn,
S. R. Urban, Mrs. M. E. Robinson, J.
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on, G' marital, Jlattie ' Jyng, - R. II.
Newell.
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tribute makinthe "Meicmy" a great fo-
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Vitty and W lie.
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CATI50I.1X.1;
or,
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Proprietor of tht Hew York Mtreury,
46 48 Ann Strce", A'e w York City.
Manhood,
COW LOST, H0Y7 RESTORED.
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On lbs Nature, Treatment,-
CurS Of SrERMATOBRIIIXA,
and. Radica.
or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness
and Jitvoluotaty einisslonsindurtny impo-
tency, and Mcntat ana rnysxai incopactry.
By BOBT. J. CULVERWELL, M. D.,
gutter oi "tGreen Booh," 4.
TI.V nr1dJrflr,owiikllauthor. in this ad-
rnlrable Ltetnre, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awful consequen
ces of Self-abuse may be eiiectuany re
moved siithout medicine and without dan
gerous surgical operations bougiis, instru
ments, lingi or oordiala, ppinting out a
mode of core at onca certain and elfectusl,
by which every sufforcr.no matter what his
condition may be, may cure himself cheaply,
privately and radically. This lecture will
prove a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any addrees, post
void, oi the receipt of two postage stamps
by addreismg Dr.OH. J. C. KLINE, 1
Bower, New York. PostOflice box 4,bfc6.
m
'; ESSE SHOEMAKER'S
i sr1 )1tii''iiTfOVl'i
irii o Snmakers Peint,
tax mit$ aaoTS "loni tas."
Keeps Jlay, Grain, and Supplies.
Good Stables and Botel accommodations.
First-ate plaes te '
; . ' oamjp. ;
Wood, water and grass, abuadast.
nl-tf.
J. SNIDER & CO.,
MEKUIIANTS'TliADERS.
r
s joaxsox's nAx nr, ,
' Wood RiTcrCcnUi, 1
Nebraska.
Hns constsnlly a full supply of ; f'.
Provlslous, Groceries,''
Dry-goods, Medicines,
Liquors and Cigars.
And all mnnner of Sap.
plies for Settlers and
y ... .
Emigrants. .
More Goods I t Better Goods ! !
'Cheaper Goods than ever ! ! I
Essence of Life !
A sure Remedy )
For Choiera,
Diarrhoea,
Escence of Life I !
A sure Remedy ! I
For Cholera,
Dinrrhtca,
Summer Complaints,
Summer Complaints,
. Cholera Morbus, ..
Cholera Morbus,
Chofics, Cholics, etc.
etc.
WARRANTED TO CURE IP
WARRANTED TO CURE ill
Sold by
S.'.lDEnjAt. CO.,
JOHNSON'S RANCHE,
Wood River Centre.
It is also a Sovereign Remedy for Faint-
ness, Uoiijr is, c. ; rersons euueringrrom
Cold, nnd wi l iustantly ease the tootuache.
XV o family Bbould bo without it,, ana
Emigrants may .often save valuable lives
by baring it along.
(D3Dsax)aT3H2
Tu t' A LL-H EALING Balsam,
'..
.; Only GO Cents, . ,. . ,
At Wood River Centre.
CureslConsumptionlt
CureslCotiglts! ' -CureslBroncliitiS
t
CuresDlseases ofj '.
LirciEand Lungs!
rJAHUOU S, 3SIL1LAKI, & Co.,
" ' EAfilERS.' AND DEAtERSlK
GOLD D US ,T!
OMAHA NEBRASKA.
-0-0-0-0-
V ill pay the highest price in Cash foi
GOLD DUST ; or, if desired,: receive .
the same oh commission', advanC- 1
ii:g SEVEN-EIGHTHS of its
value, and the balance up'-
on return of the Assay '
receipt payab'e
1 at the coun-
' - '-..-: ter, or In New
York Exchargs, se?.t
1 . X t any part ef the United
-i -'States. A small commission ,
" enly will be charged for attending '
to .the buslaess.--- v. ;
3ank EailiJinjs, rttm'jtm Btre t, 8outa
Elde.
nl4-lf.
litj Sblhing H
:;. ::iOAIASIA,N.T.
"WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
i DBA LESS IK ,
ready-made clotiiikg'
K e
-.. AND :
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
! FARNHAM STREET,
' (Opposite Lacey & McCormlck's)
-0-0-0-0-
Gords rnsde to order oi tbs shcrtegt notice.
, . (.'ash paid for hides and furs. , nlO-tf. ,
A. KODNTSC.
H. XOUNTIl
KOUNTZE, BROTHERS,
'BAKkehs;
OMAHA CITY, . . . ... . NEBRASKA,
v-OT V
! GOLD-DUST
AT BIQ PRICES.' ' Miners will consult
their inlervst, not to sail their Dust, either
cn commission or otherwise, before
calling on the above firm. Drafts
fceld on the principal Cities la
; THE UNION.
Land warrants, and Territorial war.
rants, bougbt and sold, nl5-tf.
BUCKIIORN
IANCHE AND STAGE STATION.
ORTT-Bir MILES ABOVE fcOLUUBUs', A WD
,vorty-eight bulow Wood Rirer Cen
ter., On the North Platte route. ' . -
. ENTEsTTAD NMEiW '
Fsr Travelers Good 6 tabling and Corral.
Hay and Grain always on hand.
S. G. II. will make it bis endeavors to
aSbtd the best of accommodation on the
most reasonable terms, and thus ensure
patronage. Call and judge for vourselyes.
. k -2Mf- '
Elkiiurn Bridge, N.T.( ;
-The Ulfilereiirnpd aiinnniir. In ilia tro.
tiUif .pnj)lli hat.he U , prepared,, at his
Commodious Estabfisbmenf, to provide
ior iue comiort oi any nntnoer or guests
trim cona siaDies, nav ana train, ne la
alo pieparod te provide, in a comfortable
manner, for a large number of stock.
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,'
, Three milt abovt Worth Bend N.T.
it. GnAUA9I, --.-. Proprietor.
Accommodations for the wants and ne
cesHiliee of the traveling public.
Good stables, hay, and grain, also
. Blaeksmitliinr
In atl its departments ox and herse-shoe
ing. Wagons repaired, etc., sic.
nlO-ly.
;F.'iQ.-3EOHEIr1,l',
"Wholesale a Retail Dealers la
Dry-Goods,
Urocenes,-
Provisions,
Bacon.
Liquors, etc., ete.
, Ilay
Corn, 1 V
Oats, " '
, , . t Meal, etc., etc.
Cash paid for Hides &. Furs.
Colmhus, IT. T.r. . ' - n3-tf.
. - -, EEZthorn Brtd
The above honsc, situate at the Elk-
horn Bridie, is now supplied with every-
htiiZ to make man and beast comfortable,
No pains will be spared to make all who
favor this establishment with their patron
age- satisfied and at home. Charges as
moderat e as tae most calculating could ex
pect' Good stabling bay and graia al-
ways oa nana. ai-tr.
JACOB ERJTST,
s) m t .
and
" MACHINIST,
COLUMBUS, - - - - - XT.
v r .-o-o- -
Always ' Veady to attend to horse-
snoeing, repairing wagons,
and all sorts of work
in his line. First
rate ox-fr? me and shoeing cattle done on
tne snortest notice, uemember his
motto ALWAYS BEADY.
n4-l)
1 W. FLORKEE, 1
Corner of Dodge and ISA' Streets, '
r . ' . : - - A
Is prepared to accommodate visitors,
boarders, and tne traveling public gene
rally, with food, lodging and all the com
forts of a home. ; The table will be spread
with the best tne rnarlcet anords, and ev
ery attention - 111 be paid te bis guest.
FKEDERICItSOM & JACKSON
WHOLESALE A BETAlL
ANO DEALERS IN '
Staple and Fancy Dry and Dress Geods,
Boots. - . -' - . .'
Shoes,
Hats, - - . .
Cars,
. Cutlery, . ... .
Hardware,
Crockery,. -
Groceries,
.!;. ,s ' Provisions, . , ,-, -t
Liquors, Grain, and Produce.
FOR
E3IEG11A1TTS,
Put vp on the Shortest Notice, and at the
LOWEST FIGURES.
Cash paid for grain and country preluee.
n-u-
v.'":p.'0. reed,
SPRING 'CREEfC. SJATION,
SIVEN MILES
East of Elkhorn JrJdge.Jt, X
Is prepared te accommodate the travel-
Iner public with Entertainment, for man
and beast-good stables, bay and grain.
Brock wintered, and pro Visions andsup-
plies kept on band. . . .. n7-tf.
HII
il'sS
AND 1 L
TIANCHJ
STATION
Two milea above
; ... LONE TREE STATION,
Keeps, always on band, Ilay and Grain,
' GOOD STABLING,
AND " 'READY : HOSTLERS.
Also hotel accommodations, and eyery lux
ury aud eomrort mat care ana at
tention can prodnce. pre- ,v
" vldad for the Guests. '
If veu appreciate Home and Kase, stop
; ' ' at HILL'S
n3. , ; . ; if.
' " VTeinhagen 4c IKvrnboslel.
Wholisa and Retail Dealers In
Fanev Groceries, licaors.frnits, eigars.ebe
Me 19ii north sseond street, tt. Loele
o. Bl-tf.
Cleveland House,
J.E.&Ff XOUTII, rroprietorr
Tills la aarge and commodious public
house two miles above Columbifs, sod
near the Upper Perry where every atten
tion will tie naid to the wants of the mini a.
Good stables and stock vsrds on the ure ra
ises, and hay and grain when required.
ttoom ana coara tor small lamiiies. ,
Champs as moderate as at anr Hauao
en Uie Koad- bl-lf.
j. . - -
SKI.WF.n'S STATION.
J SKINNER, . . .'.'.Proprietor,"
12 miles from ShMt CreeVand
10 miles from Columbus, '.
Keens hay, grnin . and snnnlies nrOdiice
nn provisions. - ins, wants of man and
beast supplied good camping places and
pr l uiivpiiii-Ht . n7-tr
PECK, ROBERTSON, it Co.,"
WHOLESALE &
RETAIL.'
s
iw.
KEARNEY CITY.If. T.
Dealers in
' Groceries,
Dry-Goods,
Grain, and
rProvisions.
Boots,
Shoes,
Caps,
- Hats,
And evorythine required la
thst line by either
" EMIGRANT OR CITIZEN-
; ' ALSO,
A. rood sunrtlr of all neearv rli-1oa
kept at PEOK'S RANCH E, . Wood River,
v io muss jaast oi r r rt Kearney, -IN
PRICES,
They are determined not to be '
- UNDERSOLD : '
by anr firm in this rezion.
4 V.
Milton Rogers.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
Dealer in all varieties of
Aid MANUFACTURER of ;
Tin, Copper aud
. SHEET IRON WARE. -
t Sign ef tbs
OOOJ3L StOve,
XTPPES BROADWAY, Council Bluffs, Iowa
A LARGE and complete assortment oi
toves. Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass. ' and
Japaned Ware, Also a creat variety of
Sheet Iron Stoves and Camp Furniture, for
emigrants crossing the Plains, always . on
hand and for sale cheap for cash.
juneatn 100a tr
JAMES K. ISII, &, CO.. -
OMAHA CITT, 17. T.
3:
AND
Respectfully solicit a call from purchas-
irs, and pledge themselves to furnish all
articles In their line, of a quality and at
such prices that cannot r-e excelled in any
city west of the Mississippi.
Tne stock is entirely new, and laid in
from tbs best Importing Houses in the
Eastern Cities. J
-o-o-o-o-o-. ' -; r
COIISTRY PHYSICIANS ASD. FAMILIES
4' May rely on having their or- -ders
filled promptly and carefully-
and at as low rates as at any other
.-.-.; House. -L ,
Physicians Prescriptions Corefully Pre
pared. i-it. -
6ELD0N, McGIVERN "r CO.
u:.':i 3
Sign of the
AMERICAN: FLA6 !
Two miles west of Fort Kearney,
,iv .to .Great, Milit i,y,..l
tary Road to
"wrTat" ' Q "Tfi Ti
P grfi ciM
-fal. ' AJIJU.'AV S3-J4.iAi
CALIFORNIA.
, 9XAUCBS UT ; . ' '.
.'' n Vt t X
groceries, , ,
Provision s, - !-. ii
Dry-Goods,
Indian Goads,
Liquors,
i , ,-f, : , . Corn, ' .,
Oats and
i r Hay, . .
l 4-0-0
Can be found the largest; and eet
.KORRALLS, . .
and f tabling, west of tho Missouri rim.
Woad and Water Free.
usrehant
polhs
Itaria
ImporTftYitlXo Emigrants
... .:jCOLp8HEfJk
THE LOUPE FORK J?RRT; atCo
lurobus, V. having been traniferred in
to the possession of a new Cpmpanyform
ed for.the express purpose f eaUblishlng
a safe crossing at that point, which will be
' CNirottM in CHAtGCp-,,".
as fixed" by law, and entirely Jree from
Any Tezaliona Delays
that are really to be avoid sd, is nW in
complete rnnning vroer, sna hi cnarge or
one of the Directors of theCompsnyA The
public may be assured that evprvtbing will
be dene to ensure to this v " "
LOUPE FORK FERRy-v
the public patronage ano support. Fot
further information spp'.y to Messrs. ur
ford If Brother. By order of the Bonrd.
nl-tr o. p. HUKrOKU.
HENDERSON'S ISLAND RANCH-
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Tlie proprietor of tbis sntierior Ranch e.
having, at a heavy expense, added to its
already unsurpassed sdvantagus for stock;
i. n n in nrnn.rnil 1. nnha Bnu nunntrf.v na
stock, of all kinds. His distance from the
city renders his hard-safe from loss, and
gives mm a wiaer range ior eioric man can
be had elsewhere. Having a No. 1 ranch,
sunerior corrells and trusty . herders, he
flatters himself capable of giving entire
eatistaciion to an wuo may myor uim uu
their patronttge' ' "'.' 1 "1
Tbis ranche being at a point where- Uie
nest "Ceitrado and Golden City wagon
road" crosses, ccntainn 320 acres, well-,
timbered and grassed, end is at the earn
time the most cer. trail y located in thecoun-
try, being fifteen miles from Denver, and
ninetsen from Golden .City... All slojci;
guarantied against loss, save from death. tf
The proprietor has also erected a ware-,
hou3e for the reception and storage. of
goods on commisstron, sr otherwise.- " i
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: WM. S. CRIMES. M. . , .a
(Late ef Cinetnnati, Oi) ; ' ' '!0
PHYSICIAN AWD StiiCEOJr, 'w
J COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. '. v;
laddie and Hnrneas Maker,
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.. Bboabwat, ... .
. COUHCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
Manufactures and keeps en hand everytaia t;,
bis line. t " 1 ''?'"'
WHAT ETBITSODT WAKlrf 1
THE FAMILY DOCTOR:
tamed, Jor rse curt oj autats ,s
' ' all form'' "'- --w .-.
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BY ." . :- " ; . y
PROFESSOR HER Y S. T AYLOR JC S.
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It Tells Ton .- How to attend upon the slick;
and how to cook for thenv,
..' i how to prepare Drinks, Pool--
tlces tc, and how to guard
against infection from Coalai
""' cious Diseases.; . " ' "
It Tells Tou Of the various diseases of
Children, and gives the best
and simplest mode , of treat-:
ment during Teethiug.ConyaL.
Bions,Vaccination,Wboopiu.
coueh, Measles, 4.c. " 1
It Tells Teu Tbe symptoms of Croop,
Cholera, Infantum, Colic, DK..
arrhaa, Worms,- Scald Head ,
Ringworm, Chicken-pox, &c .
and gives yon the best rejoo--4
: dies for their cure. - - -
It Tells Tou The symptoms of Fever sad
... Ague, and Bilious, Yollow, .
' Typhus, Scarlet and other Fe
' lyers and gives you the best ,
' and simplest remedies foe I
It Tel Is You The symtoms of Infleenza,
Uonsnmption, uyspepsia, .
'' Asthma, Dropsy, Gout, Rneu--
. . matism,Lumbago,Eryalpelaa.x
&.C. and gives' you the , beat :j
; .. .remedies for their cure. N. .
It Tells Tou. The symptoms of Cholera..
' Morbus. Malignant unoiern,1
' Bmall-pox,Dysentory,Oramn,':
Diseases of the Bladder, Kid--;
neys and Liver--and the rtt
remedies for their core.
It Tells Tou The aymptoms -of 'Pleurisy T.
uamps,jNeuraJgtatApiepiexr;4
. - .' L Paralysis, tbe varioun dlseas-:
esor tne inroat, leetnj.AB.
. - , and Eye and tbe best rcwe-"
OUes lor tneir cure.
ies ror tneir cure. .-.'
Tbe symptoms of Epilepsy
aundice. Piles, Rupture, Di.,
ases of ihe Heart, Hasmo-r
I: Tells You Tbe syi
: .-. . Jaundice.
tit
J.i.' ; i-.. . V.niiraiil HlaMa. wrxh
1 Hydrophobia-end 'gives too f
.- it,-: beat reaaedlee. Jor thoir enre.
It Tells Tou The best and simplest treat- f
- meni lot v ounas, croaea
:':'.'-. "i Bones Dielocationa, Sprains
,.,., ,, Lockjaw, Fever .pores .i Waits
. , .Swellings, .Ulcers, Wbitlewe
'" ' BolU, Scurvy, Boras 'and'
' Et Scrofula .."ijtlI
It Tells Tea Of the Various?, diseases p
;' :eunar to women, ana
. 4i . the b'JSt and simplest reme-f
' " dies for their, cure, together
with msny yaleable hiuwia
. ; , pressrTatloooftbe'healih.,
' Tha work is written rn plain langaa m
free from medical terms, aa to be easiV
understood, whns its sample rcipas af i
soon save you many times thsoat of, ttrt
book. It U printed in a clear and 9n.t
tTDe i U illustrsted with appropriate -ravings.
and wlllbs forwarSed toyonr ae
IrSss, neatly bound and postage .pai
reeeiptof i 00. t . -
H.OOO A TEAR can U made Vf an- ,
texprielng men eyerrwhere, i4 selling tho
aboT. work .and our Induoementa U All ssrtk '
are very liberal, ' '''; v'
For single copies of Us Beokv erfstr
terms to agents,, jit u,r; w?Fr1li
aonlT or address
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OUBf K. POTTER, rSioUskof,1
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