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About The huntsman's echo. (Wood River, Buffalo County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1860-1861 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1861)
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ts MUSS Aaam ."tewa. tota. .
.. Keeps ny,OrlnJ a&d (Bupnllee.
Stables ana ZUl accommodations.
Flrst.rats place to
' Weed, water and KTasa, abundant,
tlttAlIA CITY, ...... NEBRASKA,
GOLD " DUST
AT BrO PRICES. Miners will consult
their Interest, not lo sell their Duet, ei.her
a commi&sioa or otherwise, Mof
ailing on the above firm. DrAfts
Sad on Uie principal Cities In
Land warrant t6 Territorial war.
rant bought aod sold. n!5-tf.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GENT's FURNISHING GOODS,
(Opposite Laecy Jc. McCormick'a)
IWda asade to order ot the ah-rtest notice.
Cash paid for hides and furs. nlO-tf.
SARROYrS, aiIL,L.AKD, & Co.,
BANKERS. NE DEALERS IN
(G 0 L D D U S T !
.WIU vy the highest price in Cuh foi
' COLD DUST ; or, if dt.aireU, receira
rik earn mi eominiveioq, aidrmnc
liifKKVEtf. EIGHTHS fite '
valwa, and the balance up. : .
a return of the Assay
: at Ui eoun
ter, or in Hew
t any part ef the United - '
title . A vaiall romaiinien
Mly in ill be charged for attending
to tic buaiuea. . ;
yank Buildup, rarniam Stra t. loatk
JiAe. ... '. uli-tt.
J. SNIDER feCO.,
SIEKCHANTS i TRADERS-,
Wod Blrer Centre,
9m eenstantlT a foil aupply of
Liquors 1 and C if are.
And all .anner of Sap.
pUea for Sattlera aud ,
Mara Coeds ! Detter Goods ! I
Cheaper Goods (has ever ! ! I
disease of Lifa i ., . Eseeoes of Life 1 1 '
A aura Remedy 1, A aure Remedy M
For Cholera. For Cholera.
Summer C&ftplaiata, .
Summer CompUiata, .
Cbcllca.rUftlica, etc, ate.
,triRBAlCTED TO URE!i
WARRANTED TO CURS ! !1
6old by. r ' , ,:
Wood River Catra.
71 ia alao a Sovereign Remedy far Faint
paae, Cough. e. Persoae aaffaring fron
Cole, end w 1 utantl aaea the teotnacha.
' No family sbenld ia without it, aud
Satigranta r&ay aften aava valualla lives
baring It aWng. ' .
Important to Enalgramts
' eje-Bctira ra rn
T7TE LOUPE FORK FERKT. at Ct
aa)bas, V. T.,bavi bee transferred ia.
te Hie pasMn af a new Company, form
fr ms eiprese pupoea af estabtiahing
a aaf e crcsslg at that point, wbkB wilt be
- vKivoa n cHAsaav,
tti ly law, and entirety free frasa
Amy Tlaia Uclaya
tlal a ae.iiy to be a4Jl, la aasrln
tsiklfU inui ardev, a 4ia cbarre etf
of Iba Director af the Caaaaaf . Tbe
may ba aaaarM thai everytkaasj wiU
m elan to era I i
aSa tU p-Jenaga ao aa.pt. Fa
.kl v Ufa asafcs apply U leaf a. f
wis fiulba. 9t te Bms eU
(Pake's Po5i M-ous.
, ElXborn Drldaje, N.T, i
The unJersigned announcea t) the trav
eling public that he is prepared, at his
Commodions Eitablisbraent, to provide
for the comfort of any number of guests
With good stables, hav and gram, ha ia
alao prepared to provide, in a comfortable
manner, for a large nnmber of atoek.
i nl-tf L. P. JKNKS.
P1ATTE VALLEY HOUSE;
, Thru miltt above North Dtnd K.T.
a. onAIIABf , .... Proprietor.
Accommodation, for the wanta and ne
ceftMties of the traveling public.
Good atabiea. hay, and grain, also
in all ila departments ox ana horse-shee-tng.
Wagou repaired, etc., ate.
Wholeaale a Retail Dealera in
Liqwcri, eta., ata
Meal, etc., ote.
Cash paid for Hides J. Furs.
Colnmhua.y. T. a?-tf.
The above honse, altuate at tbe Elk.
hva Bridge, ia now supplied with every
thing to tnak man an J beast comfortable.
No rains will be spared to make all who
favor this establishment with their patron
age, satisfied and at home. Charges aa
moderate aa tae most calculating could expect-
Good atabling hay and grat.t al
ways on band. nl-tf.
COLUMBUS, N. T.
. Alwuya ready to attend to horse
aboeing, repairing wagona,
and all aorta ef work
in bis line. Firet
rate oa-fraane and aboeing cattle dona an
the shortest notice. Remember iiia
tBttO AtW.TS atAOT.
Corner of Drift and Mtk Strtttt,
Omaha, IV. T.
Ia prepared to accommodate) visitors,
boardera, and the traveling public gene,
rally, with foad, lodging and all the com
foru of a home. - Tbe table will be spread
with the boat tbe market affords, and ev
ery attention - ill be paid to hie gueata.
IREDERICH.S03) A. JACKSON.
wholcsalc a atT.it
AND DBALtaa in
Staple and Fancy Dry and Dreee Coada,
Liquors, Grain, anal Prodaaa.
Put up aa the Shortest Notice, and at the
Cask paid for grain andeouatry preluee.
Homo for tno Weary.
J.E Jt,F. WORTH, Proprietors.
Tbla ia a large and commodtoua publl
house two milee above Colambus, aa
near the Upper I erry wbera every atteit
Un will ne paid tatbe wanta of tbe gueata
e mt m V.IM KB.i a.Aok rJa & tha orem
taea, aiMl bay and graia wkan required.
in I m .It . .11
tieom ana soara iue aiuan !".
rkarree aa moderate aa at any Hotee
aa (be Road- al-tf.
F02CIGS, C!UE8T1C AID FASCY
i - SftUa.
tiOlae Dvaaa Owe, garage. Boetaeta,
juaaa, rarapos. mr.,
WbUb S salla Cxspr tfcaa the ekespest,
IVrtaJUas SJrtrt .... PUmu PlatJc,
hi. 1 UBSaaael W.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer In all varieties of
Ail M VNUFACrpREl of '
Tin, Copper anil
SHEET IRON WARE.
TJPPKU SBOADw AY, Council Blaffs, Iowa
A LARGE and complete assortm'iit of
toves,Tin, Sheet Iron, Brass, and
Japaned Ware, Also a ereat variety ol
Sheet Iron Stoves and Camp Furniture, for
emigrants crossing the Plains, alwaja on
band and for aale cheap for cash.
June ttlh 1859 tf
OMAHA CITT, N. T.
Respectfully solicit a call from puiehae
era, and pledge themselves to furnish all
articles iu their line, of a quality and at
aucb prices that cannot f excelled in any
'ity west of the Mississippi.
Tne stock is entirely new, and laid In
from the best Importing Houses in tbe
COCXTRY PHYSICIANS A?JD FAMILIES
May rely on having thrir rr
dera filled promptly and carefully ,
and at aa low rates as at say other
Physicians Prescriptions Corefullr Pre-
J. bKlNNilK, fJrprieior,
12 miles from Sh'll Creek, and
10 utiles from Columbus,
Keeps bay, grain, and supplies produce
and provisions. Tbe wants of man and
beaat supplied pood camping places and
arasa convenient' n7-lf-
W. T. 5ICU0LS0X. JOll.f Br.TH.
NICHOLSON, & CO.
Sign of tba
AMERICAN FLAG !
Twa Bailee west of Fort Kearney,
on tbe Great Mill
tary Road to
General and complete 8'.oek of Sapplies
for Emigrauta and Citisena. Cffica ot
Westera Stage Comp'y. C. 0. C. and
P P. Cacpany, and U. 8. Express Cem.
M om (r-ancha
Can be touna tbe largest ana best
and Stabling, weat of iba Missouri river.
Wonted Water Frss.
Ibera waa a proLWm J Dnn e
tha atoiea. which ran to this purpose :
'When a uau aaya, I lie,' dots he
lie or does ha not ? . If ht lies he
peaks tba truth if It speaks the
truth he lies. ' Mu y were the hooka
Sitten upon this wonJerful prob eir.
,rjaipus favored tha world with no
leas than six ; and Ph Ictus at tidied
himself to death ia his vain tudcavora
to aolrs it.
Abmt Woi.--A eondiie'or of tha
Nashville road informed us, a few
di-ys ago, that hia train was stopped
by an emigration of array wom.a cios.
tog tba track. Tlity win an iuch
thick on tha traik, and the whvela oi
the locomotive when it camsitto their
midst, wbirle-d rHit d and taut J, as
if tha track was covered, with ic, and
would t tuove au inch lorwaid.
Tha train wis backed out an I tbe
tr ek tleard of tha ho, ma with ahuv
alt. Louwci.s t'vuritr.
Iliaroar or 4 Cow's.' 'The rial
inventor of the now wot hi famous
Colt pial 1, ia Otis W. Whittir. a
New EagUnd mechanic now workii g
by the day in tbe railroad and ipchi&
shop of tiarriaburg, l'n, Jl waa in
1837, wbia living in Enfeld, K. II.
that ha made the arisiial intestion,
and gut bis peUnt. Ua imasedtalely
eonuenced tha manifaslora of tha
arm, but at ( sad ol two years was
prostrated by Ira, which destroyed
all his atoeb tod aaaebiacry, avnd loft
poor ami uaalla lo start Mresb. la
1851 b pr reared reel of lis
pataat, and la the saaae year 1J it
tar ft.000 li Ueary i. lieacb aid
Semual W. Kartford. wbo, ij tnru.
acW il t Bautual Cult, by whoa it
haa beta wo-ked to its present re
! wa. and lo wboiat it Las ivturued aa
THE HUNTSMAN'S ECHO.
Independent In Evcrjthlnrr
A'eulral In iVotlilng.
WOOD BIVKR CENTER, N. T.
avtr.r Tncnear korxijo.
Terms Per Ycsr, : : : : : i s : : : : $2 00
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1861-
For urttemaa'e Echo, su'liorited to re
ceive avbscriptions and advertising, aud
also to receive and receipt for any monies.
N. T. Spoor, r, II., Council Bluff. I.
A-D. Jour. Opiuli.i, . . , , N. T.
W D. Jjfcnson, Fh.rence, .
Jokn lierk, t'ofurabus, . .
H. J- Hudson, Genoa, .
Post Master, Foil Kcsrrey, ,
To-day we publish n prorhecy deliv
ered many years ngo by Jjsej h Smith,
which we lieard with out own naturul
ears as tbe word, fell from his mouth.
Pride, wicked.icis nnd injustice have
become nutional character! .'tics, and our
wbolc political, moral ami social srstem
has become rotten to the cote. Our
grentaess has departed never to return,
aud our bcaitud Union is Lroken, eoverod
and destroyed, never anin to nrise.
Our nationnl doom is scaled urtalteru
bly nnd still thoui..:.dj rutii upon tbe
aword only to meet death.
Tbe blood oi taints and prcp'icts
has gone uuavinJ, nnd ojiprcs
aion mid deceit has inado the wail of the
poor and tho widuwtd tuccud to Uo.wcn
A ternllo retribution scarcely awaits
our iiutton, but is coming down to tcuip
casti. blood, sorrow und death.
Let those who would nat have blood up-
on their garments, refute to take up tne
aword aghiust hia brother nnd neighbor,
aud five to tbe west, to tbo mountain,
abcre pnco and ju.tico reigns, for cala
mities unheard of hung ovor tbis nation
und woo und oonoui to him who remains
to rcapr the bitter fruits of wickedness,
for liabylon is tottering to ruin, will fal
and engu!fU these who arc fouud in bei
Awako to a sense of tho enormous
crimes being committed by tho heuda oi
tho nation. Tbe earth baa become cor
rupt, aud the prophetic p.-rio J of her first
aetata ia now expiring, und the predic
tions of Loth ancient and modern proph
ets, referring to thoonnihila iouof wick
edness aud u reign of righteousness is
dawning. ''Tbe wise foresucth tho evil
und hicleib, Lut tbe fool passeth on and
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Friends and patrons adieu. We have
second, nud to-morrow aball start west
ward and shall probably becoweme a ci
tixeu of Utah, und perhaps soon ourE
cho may be re-Ecbocd from tbo tops of
the mountains. I
We go from turmoil, strife and Upoo
shed to'seck quiet in the huppy, peailif ul
vaUa of Utah-
'i bis Kepuhlican reign of terror, blhod,
tyruuy biid oppreaetou ia too much tor
our Democratic style of free thought, free
speech and freedom, where iacn who may
chance to differ iu opinion with wild,
blosd-tbirsty fanatics, are threatened and
sometimes despoiled or murdered.
Then adieu tho there be many we
leave with regrets, aud the memories of
paat friendships will illumine our future
putb, and abed a hulo of pleusuro over
our thoughtful puouicuU.
febouM cut Jifo and udilitiea te spar
ed, our friends way find our footmarks
through lb. bouiiUle.a west, and again
hear tbe sbnii, Oracular notes ol the
Old livyUft re-echoed I rota the vales of
tbt mountains- Again, adieu.
Over a year ago, the Lead of smatA
vp la.muts in Kearney eity arranged
with ua for a euluiait'e advertisement tn
the Echj for stipulated sum (Ti) per
pear. At two different teriods we have
IS. The other day we sent our man a
reaad to gather ap our duca, but Vt. 11.
repadUted the iaUebtedneaa and refused
poaiuvaly to pay. So much fur respoo
aible (7) busiaeas Srata for Um beaaAt af
It iattsa to stand from ander when
priater'a biiU a.r repuUiot-d. Wa have
ibe aVt to soil ai three cents an the dol
Messrs Niebelsott and Co. aod Peek,
JUberuoa A Co Lave paid u up like
f-jolknj&o, which tb-y are. il.j lioir
shodovs n.vr grow less.
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Tie Fourth Utah Emigration eonspa
ny, left Florence June 23th., and camp
ed at Wood River July 8th., company
consisting of 2G8 persons, 47 wagons, 1
cart, 214 head of oxen, H'J bend of loose
cattle, and 15 horses and mules. Com
puny nil well and stock in good order
- Captain of company, Homer Duucaa.
Captains of tens, Henry Talbot, jun.,
Dan'l Miller .Benjamin P. Evaas, Edwin
Stratford, ihom.s Urcett. Chaplain,
Henry Talbot. Sergeant af the guard,
Joaeph Foster. Clerk, Thomas George
Odeil. Chaplain, Henry Talbot.
David Booth, J. W. Hammer,
Alex. Gillespie, llobt Parker, '
Homer Duncan, Elii'ih M Ottinger,
J. N. Benedict, Win, Mcinmstt,
Qeo. Howard, John Bualcy,
Sidney Coons, Josiah Brooks,
Eliit Case, fumes Ilowarth,
Mary Ann Sairll, James Memntott,
Kiclmrd Phillip!, Mrs. M. A. Aadrus,
U.S. Stevenson, John Forsyth,
Stephen Mahony. EliPih Triceboek,
Jitmca Saunders, Joha Williams,
J. S. P.nwlings, Elis'tb Taylor,
Moses Warr, JohnShelton,
Klix'th Johnson, David B. Wey.
Tbe fifth Company passed here July
14th., consisting of 332 persons, 71 w.g
gons, 233 ' oxer, 03 cows, 8 horses ana
6 mules. Company all well, stock in
Captain of Company, Elder Milo An
drus. Captains of tens, John Taylor,
Daniel Grcnig, N. W. Bordea, Jacob
Hoffman, Iiabert Shclton, Juntos Evans.
Sergeant of the guard, Wis. A Martin
dale. Clerk, Geo. M. Ojtingcr.
The sixth company left Florence July
3rd. Company consisting of CI persons,
Id wagons, 8a head cattle, 10 mulee and
p horses. Company and stock all well.
Captain, II. C Hullinger. Chaplain,
Joseph Siltzcr. Sergeant of tho gunrd,
John A. Hill.
Tbo eighth company left Florence Ju
ly lCtb., aud passed here July 2Gib.
Cwaipauy consisting of ICQ persons, 04
waggons, IU1) oxen, 24 cows, 4 mules, 6
horses. Company ail well, stoek in fine
Crptain, Sixtus E. Johnson. Captains
of teus, Alfred Longman, Jabei wood
ward, John Ileal, Seth Johnson. Chap.
lain, Jabei Woodward. Sergeant of the
guard, Seth Johnson. Clerk, Geo. leas
dale. The following cliurcb trains have also
passed up, persons and stock doing well.
Cupt. Murdock, 5C wagons, 475 oxen.
" Eldredge, 53 u 433 "
Home, 52 " 450 "
J. W.Young, 70 " 500 4 '
2 carriages, 23 mules, C horses.
Come all good saints, come, now'a ti,0
Willyou go, to the west.
Giid up your loins, and make your ar
All is bright with the blest.
Have faith in God most holy word,
And have i his faith of one accord,
And leave the Gentiles here to dwell,
In their knell, all is well.
Tho dangers that beset the thorny road,
To turn you from the way,
But you should atrivo to find the saints'
And with them, sing and pray.
Lift up your heads you saintly host,
As you now leave the eastern coast,
Aud travel on to Z ion's hill,
All is well all is well.
We'll haaten on, our kindred a nts to see,
In the huven of rest,
And there we'll meet, and have our ju
With tbe just, we will rast.
Oh ! how we'll make tho mountains ring,
And triumph ia our God and King,
Oh! how we'll make this chorus swell,
All is well, all is well.
Lueiu$ A Srovil.
Wood River Ctntre, July 31st, 1SG1.
Net York In Ruins.
Who of our reader would aapj.0se
a few weeks ago that (lit Mw York
Tribvut Mould so soon ss the 7ih t(
Ury, rnuke 'he fallowing admission ol
tha proatrittriies of New York City,
tha tesu I foresees by o'hirs ss the
corjtqieoe of eivij war :
'Tba fabric it Now Yotk's nereis,
til prosperity lire in rums. Useath
which ten thousand for tunas are bori
ed. Many a B.rchaat bad toiled ar
y and late, bad planted and sal amed
wheat ba should Lvve e'ept. and tieaivd
himself eeofal relixalton and eejoy
anenl in order lo 'male a pile which
he hat! ju.l about CuOipletrd, and was
prrparti't to retire aud epi d lha de
clue of hfa in ea.e a ad eetofur i, wl eat
lha erah can ) an I epi aveijil in
Ufra it. L at fall, ! apiui
iai j to d-yleia m b. ikrupl bat.k
tupt ia (ceray. in h. r, in r. a. luiiou,
; ai-tt tiowtata lo go figwu U iiiegr.ie
-.. . . . .
Going neat. ' ;
Among tht more a-niblc class or pa.
le tfera is a gniwifg detirt to ami
grata westward. Already the preset
season snme fifteen thousaa 1 have psa
aed our d.)or for California, and aear
as many for U:ah. Vio luve takes)
lha fiver fata'iy, tLouU via iiever ex
lctt to find aUewliera ao lovely or elf t
airaUa a country. ' , ;
We are ifl fur the boundless wssff .
still thati'ifr lbs "Star of Empire" on
its (light towards sundown, aod hop
in some quiet mountain dell, to make
a little Edravlike world of sunshine,
flowers smiles and happiness, where
peace and plenty abound, aud tha clan
gor of atrifa and bloodahed may not ba
heard. Come then, ya who are wa
ry of strife, who art sad and sis a at
heart coma to tha saouataioe wher
the opprtssrd shall find a weleoia
Ci.me then coma to peaceful, hap
A short harse is toon carried. Aa
oi l adage. So with ur editorial this
w-ek. Wa have been all bustle and
A"ii'uaion for 'he p .st mont'i, and bao
b itu uua'.le tt most to spend more tbaa
n hour upon tha E Uli rial this wek,'
We'll do better nVzl time, after snuff,
ing the tool mountain brecse, end re
i uncrating our bea'th by seramblisg
ocT the mi untains for a liolilay.
Adieu I Wr atari this u-ornl'if , af
t;r the issue, and loading of our ptess
and fixtures. Hurra I A few hours
will fi'i.l ui ff. Look for next di Us
from t!ia Ore. I jBssiu.
Faith. Whrn C!i. rite V. imparl
iusly required lha Oonfsioa of
Augsburg to be abandoned, and gats
the i'ro es'.Kfil leaders only six months
inere-in which to oke up their naiads
fin-lly, the cause ol tie R,form.tia
wa tlicugM I opt leas. Lut Luther
excltiined : "1 saw a s'ga ia tha
heavens, oat of my window, st eight;
he stars, the host of heaven, held up
in a vault above me ; and yet I seuld
ace no pili.-.rs on which tha Master
ina'le u mi, fc'om aava leok above
for the pillars, and would fain loach
them with tht'ir hands, as if afraid tha
sky would fall, i'oor souls I Is net
Clod always there ?r. Gill.
XV Tura a man away from ass
ijtiea ion th.t ha coneeiveo if is right
t-i esnmiiie, and you embarrass ill the
workings of his who intellectual
ci,u timtion. Place him ia a haute
and dtbar hi in fr m bul one spartmrat
in t , and yau tell Lira in vain that ha
ia frte to i II the others. It ia Blue
beard mansion to him ; tha door tf
the fo? bid Jen ch.-mber haunts bias
wheievtr he trradi.
A Model Will. The foil -wing ia
a copy f a vt ill left by a m m who
cliotv to be his own lawyer J-Thie,
the laat will and lettametit of me, Jol
Thomas ; 1 give all my things to my
rel. tiot s, tn ta divided among theus
he heat w. y they can. .N. D If
an) body lii k'up a row, or makes any
funs Lout it he isn't lo have anything.
S:gued by me, Joiia Thomas."
tW ''Your honor," said a lawyer
to a ju lge, ''every man who knows
me, kuow that 1 am iiiepi.ble of
'ending mytelf lo a mean cause
."That's so," said his opponent ;.
'the learned gentleman sever Unas
l irasi If to a mean causa ; bs slwsys
get eatdi down."
Cs. r, what has become ob d.t
darkty who eto I he taller T"
'-Ho has been on affadavy, and ear
ricd up to ll s perm court ta bab il
On a affadnry; Cretar ?"
"Yts, I sea the handle ob it.'
i in '
3T Ftacs ia the evening star Of
the soul, aa vi tus is its sua, and tba
two are never far apart.
0 1 ""S O - ..II aaasas
JSF"Jraiinis". said a venerab's
G'moroni.'u to his daughter, who waa
asking hia consent to accompany her
nren'. and favored sailor to tbs -Par,
' Jtsnaic, it is a vtry solemn thing ta
"I kaow it. father," replied tba
sensible damsel, 'but it ia a great
deal solemaer not to I
Wealth baa it a sarrawe. as well
as poverty. Wa besrd Ditea, who
baa everylMag ha reuld wish for.
complaituag b llerly tba other stay-
' I have a pair af meal inconvenient
bavses, be ssW. I.meaitnp;, they jib
goiag ap hill and bll geiag dovva."
03 The Vicksb irg Wkif tboe f s
ykesiee ehsrrfal suksaiasioB to seaes
aioti rule ia respect to tha fo!k.wisf
important piivat'or. i
"WsBj ba bad af far whisky,
tul. yiasiaaipai liver vtler. dilut d
with a chew ol tobacco anl a faia of
stryeb tirte, ia a vary good aahetita'a
foe the Ci&ciaa.li artkcla,of whisht w
Lava besa deprived.
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