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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 27 September 1860

tiMtfHuW MJjii'' umj-aM aAaa a4tfeJia j V ... ,t ; jonwoittt 'tnnt it r ft have kit eaeellsnt and; eitesslvW ftllT (iflitl vnlnintitt ! iDlESTISI0 RITES, 6ne qtirf ,1 J linea or If i, 1 laetTtloa f 1 C9 Each aularoUent intertlon. 6 VvWaTJ UaraS.sl ar a, ----- Same, ene year, " aix monthr, . One tnliiK.iv one tr, " aix mcctoi. " tfcree toot.tlia, - Half column, one year. Iff W 7uu 73 CO 5 00 lb ov 4SC( ssro" 25 oa 13 tV MQ4 reasonable rates, jui "" ness h4 dispatch Potter; BUi. ,Circ. Uni ruitrf Cwri, Blank, of ail Hk, "r Ht !" ". pkieM. rc 1 ( .T ''.' : ' CT'Cir'i af all st'sas Chromatid' and , OiU Bordered Cards. , ' , Card-board, -j f lala sad Fancy Taper for Ball ticket ; .- and Circulars , ! Moarnlag Carda and Not Paper, Plain. Cap, Snd Letter Paper, for Blanks, .' The Pla(t; Talleythe ilorri TcV Mlfonal-fcnd nih wky to Ih Poclllc. : r lit . iil J'ttl- Oi." fourth column, one rear. ' - - r. tnree mopthe, . TERMS OP Sl'BftCKlPTlOX I VOL.1. W00DHlVERCENTBfi;:BdFfALO C0.. NiT., SEP...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 27 September 1860

I I.S .ll r .1 1 i ' A if v f "" ' ' ' -iff" i nilLIIIEDAT WOOD RlVtB CENTER, X. T. . s.rrar nttMsii aoaswo. TarTirT8 j : i i t t : t M Independent In Everytll : neutral in Kotbln. aRVESDAV, SEl'lESIBER IT, 1S0. Foil Fujlatk to Oowoatss. J. STERtilXO MORTOX. , liemrmbtr, Crr.ifsa, the SrEASino, beie, en Monday tkU and kttht turn, tat indicate what w.il o ff r Mieton on elceliea day. J Order your Tickets! We ae rr-rfy to print tickets on hort Yotlrr, iil fill mry order seeompeoied with the rh.' ?.i 5,P0 per hundred. Fvr AWsstaVs f. au barized to 's s-ibcriirtions and advertising, re and also x t:el and receipt for any monies, "N.'T. Spoor, T. M., Croncil Bluff la. ,- . D. Jnues. Omnhs, ... N. t . - . . ti 4ck.i lta, Columbus, . . r!. J Huiiion, 0-noa, . . I'nur JVI-usier, Foit Kwey, . I). IiaiiM-, Denar City. . . J. T. , F.r Sain. llW let pE u.ce 1'L.e siding. luqtiirx or ihe edit jr. Com, a i-lutty at M cects per bosUl U U'ouu f..ver Ceuue. Pnbllc Meeting. AVa sMi it annoudced in th...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 27 September 1860

V (2 3 ' -s..l II i r 8 !J Spring (fc Summer JFoir i(S0 JUST ARRIVED AT McCEATU, BnOTlIEIlS l( CO "c" , . FaRRBAM StRIKT, Omaiia ( Ltlvern XSlh and lith Stretit . Whers may at" all times be found one of -rrpfoe largest I ... v .. . . ... ad bait selected stocks of. Dry Goods and GROCERIES . Wst or tu Misocm Rri : - - Consisting in part Goods. Prints, Bereer. De- Lains, Ready-made Clothing Tea, Coff.-; Sutrar. Crockery, Hardware, ' Carnets, Boots and Shoes, I lata and Caps. etc. ' Ill -If. A. D. JOSES, (Sututor le J. II. ford.) Wholesale an DEALER IN Drags, KflatHdnas. Oils, fUntt, Brushes, Varnish, Window .Class etc, te. Cigars dtTobacco. sic cf rwa -fantAaw St.Cvner cf 13 Sfrett, "" OMAHA, N. T. ' gSTPreserlpilons carei-ally compound ed by an eperiencer Druggist. " Bating sold 'my entire stock te Mr. A. 9. Jnneti, 1 rneeriuny recommeno mm w jt former patrona. J. H. ruKJV j 7 . , nl-tf. , . D EKOICIB BRANDIES, WINES WHISKIES, Just Received At tha Nebraska Druz House, Fara .4am stree...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 27 September 1860

111 r-'-'r Mt-ifti''"k-mi iUm?, 11 L' ' iJfc 4 if 5 -i- 4 ' cdTean ntTd . ObW three summer ago. a French tentleman In the Highlands wm gaa- ;jug with tome anrprise at Uie tranquil ' and ordinary scenes around liim, and Hying' that Lis friend at Paris Lad . dvi-ed him to come upon bis journey ,'welj provided with pistol and won!, fcjice, as thtrf lid l ira boar in mind, 'yo'4 are g"injf to the" country of Keb ,j!u r c cao scarce bwme these XiriLns f -r f a faithful')' remember 'inn IhAt little wor9 than a hundred ;jpors ng't, Kob Hoy was able to levy l!ack m.iil" on all'who name beneath t In shadow of bis mountain. But they niglit, Rl li-aef, with equal reason, ),ftvu ai!i:d the same advico lo En -gland ; iur much'ls9 than a bundrcd ..years ago, the great : thoroughfares .'near London, ai.d, above all, the open Jieath, , a itagbhot and Hounilyw, ; wero infested with robben on horse ..back, who boratheTname of highway Jnen. Dooty by some means or other tleeetn"ei were determined to ob...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 25 October 1860

ggW. " , .'." rwetimtr.a "' MKt Brer.a Tt0fllo County, N. T., eer Thursday Momim? tiriu $2 00 V yaaf,, It advauce for nx mouth $1 bo . ; Single eoplee JOc. t jr. r.. jonxsoit, .JOUfttOVfl Itt.IIK, , f .f . i Wood Utter, X. T., WILL attead U all call in his nrofes aln Kurf jriiif, Platting, Aaiyiiicvritif, aa. ave. n i-tr. 1E3U J iiJ Cl lLW7Ji), 1! . . f ; LlQVOllS, fcU DAT, CORK, AND OATS. "-XayeskHee tees t Fart Kearney, art th I' riAK, UTAH, A CALIFORNIA S . ' ? . t v aVBtjreats wilt Had the Ba Accommoda v Ua -J-.fr naoa ana waier FIIEC. If. GENOA FERRY! i TSX andervigaed bnv now In operation Aa rxcallcuf Kopa Ferry. . acres tie LOUPE FORK, stGenoa the . araaaiaf aa tha old Mormon Route. This ia tke aearent and boat rwui. add always GOOD AND DRY. Cnjaarres aa low aa at uny ferry on the elver. BUDSOK.VTELCH, FRbSTON'fc CO. . Oeaae, April i, I860. -. nletf ' fsaapartant to Emigrants w-aoora to thc GOLD TUB LOUPE' FORK FERRY, at Co- !, V. T., having Wer. transferred in- fee poeaessio...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 2 November 1860

: ii. .? i "t. THE HUNTSMAN'S KCHO. l'L 111.111 CO AT WOOD itlVKlt CKNTElt. S. T , . SVHIY tiiiuiwat iror.NtNrj. Ofprnurni 111 liuijinuii," Xeufral In Hotblnff. - - r r ' '"r - illUWI'AV, JiOVK.MI'.KllS. ISitO. I'uf Ihnttman't Echo, an'liomeil to re- it Fubt-riitiOn anil advmisii'p. ami ! U t rM-eive sad rec-lil for any monies, j N. T. Fponr. 1'. M.. Council' JihilftU. j A. V. Jon. Oinnhii, . . . . N. T. I W II. Julinanii. Florence, . Ji.hu Keck, Columbus, . . . " " 11. J- rtndsoii, Oenos, ." Port Master, foil Kmn-rv, . . " ' 1). IlaiuM, Denvsr City. . . . J. T. Fur Sale, IW 0 (ft of uic l'ii.e killing. lu(uirt of llir tditor. . . Tlic Kearney Military Re xorve. At preent, tho above subject is one-of much intercut to the citizens ttf this re gion, above and below, on either aide of thn river. It xeenm that a purchase of ten miles eaat and west, and oeTenil mile in widib, including the . present . itc of the fort and a portion of (irand Island' wan'inade tf tha Pawnees, sotiRihin lc ...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 2 November 1860

7 ' 4 ? y 1. V I v 1 ', .irrlials from t'tnrt. On Tuesday last we wero hijrhl- rnli "ted at a in greeting our old .fridnd Cul. JV. W. Hooper, delegate of I'tnh Terri tory, now bound for the federal capital. The Cul. teamed in excellent health spirits, and was nccompnniedby his fain .51 nod ft largo number of misiou:iriea for the enstorn States nnd Europe, and thers who ciuno ilowa upon jiubiio or privato business. Among the most prom incnt -of tho missionaries, were l'rnf. Orson Pratt, Ernstus Snow; and Ceo. Q. -Cannon of ths "twolve",nnd ninny oth ers who have been long find f.ivorihly known, at Council Lluffs and On the froatiers, as among tho earliest pioneers. We hot no hesitancy in expressing our ticarty good will, nnd kindest wishes for the welfaro of tlicso men, though, by many, esteemed religious fanatics, for .such self-denial, nnd devotion to the dictate! of their religious belief as im pels them to leave comfortable homes, families, and firesides, and their various ibdast...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 2 November 1860

J r'r 'A - I. i Vfi V ' t i' .1 t ed daughter;, II was enabled by hi future euccesa to repay Li father-in inw'a loan, principal anJ interest, and kit itcrtt he religiously kept from the lmr it ws nativ known to hit. ; "Old Tom" wnt firmly tni'Hd from Me poit f hut ndne iaveryowna Mo timer eM Mr. E'ton' knew' whatever Scdtmeof bio. 7. And while tLe peo pU wl-.: remembered, the brpgnr (tor m time), were wondering If he. hadn't ben' murdered er tlrowned, pei-hape, -TeOy .Tlncent' ' WaH ' enjoj ing his cWfotti at home rotilented with hie r(, e-bd JbPPJ witlt bi pltasaat fain ily. ' .'. . .: ,.!, i r AVTUO. if Hur KBL. ,Xbd eetaert net in ubr gnlf $..", 4 1 tn'millow cloak of wrt'i!la ' ' ' y Thine are no melancholy (kits, ; . Xer hastca flowirt, pal aed.sad; ' ,;- Bet like an emperor, triumphing, ;! Wit gorgeeo lobes of Tyriaa dyes, -"' full Plush of fragrant blossoming, ' iaad glowing purpl, canopies. "'' - 'fun . i;" - . t . ' ; i Bow ealt ye thi the season's fail, ffbat seems the pag...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 7 February 1861

-rf-trrslru r ---i-cr.'ir-'"1iSf.; ZZ f- "11 )ii iTt 1 : ! ."V ' C yff -kave, an eieelleot. end ettesslvi on&aeted with th .'Echo'' Office, where,e mieOabte rates, fIll be done with heat- ,', Butinttt and Fuitinf Card. Blank Af U kind, ZHr d -Bit AW, . ... phUUtc.tc. , - . V"C4r.s of all tlm Ckromaii Mi Cllt Bordered Cards. 1 ' Card-board. 1 lata aa4 Fane? Papa for Sail tlr kebe and Circular -. ' Stfoarniftff Cards and Note ?, Plain. 1 Cap, and Letter Faner , for Blanks. i y c fUi. tri".. or i Colors. TklS llUNT8MAM'S'CCIIO" ii rcLUBt Jt trW Sfrrkt BafTalt Coanty, K. T., eery "niuradwy Morning Urma $i 00 V is adrance for aix montba $1 60 Single coplea 10c. ' J. E. JOHSOT, h' j.n.'wAONEn, . . .'WoodBirer, If . T., ' WILL, attend to all ealla in hia -profei-ln SarveylDj, Tlaltlnt, Enchiwing. ' ' ' UQUORS, l HIT, CpBN, AND OATS. Two mlltt writ of Fort Learney, on the rilFS ?AK,UTAH, A CALIFORNIA ' ' - ROAD. flranta will flud the Beit Acomno4a , Lii y Wood ajid waUr FREE. 4. K. r. D...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 7 February 1861

' - 4 ' THE -IIVNTSMAK'8 ECHO.;; rt iiMiiri at . WOOD JltVliR "CEMEK, S. T. - evrav TnvV.i.r tonsiso. Tenet iVr Year, ; : : f !::::: $2 00 . . . c . . t j Independent fn Every! Itfne; jpihtMn Xofhlnr. ' ihufstmy; FcuauAuv, r,:i86i. rr ;nfrtnnJ fc'cfic, autherized to re- f'lTC M.bscrirncnt ai d ' athertisirj,-, tnd hUolo fcfr; ami receipt fjr afcy niotiica! ' 7?.' T. Spoof, IV jr., Council Bluffs I, l. JoiitOmnha, . . . , N. T. - w D. Johiton,.''lor!ice,. . J'.hn Heck, Columbus, . '. . " m.,J- Uudaoii, lienoa,. . 1'ost Muster, Foit Kron er, . , ' D. HaJiiM, DifBTtr Crtjr.'. . J T. .-i - - t i i hi CSTU errors, omissions. 4c, Lc anst,lu the absence of the Editor, be fiacea t tho account of the printer auJ JM. pro Urn,- : i ; -, AlxvS, .... ,.. , . i A Brief Hint on the Present . c -"' crisit. t.-. . Itls the duly of every patriot to do as much, as In him lies to avert the .present impending evil wbiuh. threatens the na loo, JEtry citizen" who has the true Rational pricciplc within him...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 7 February 1861

t . , if hi mn i i 'ini J r-w I 'i s ' - J ,- - : - -. 4 ft ' f. ) WIXTEB. t c.V aoVi'iiv. Btora Winter! tbott haal eome on mr, ( And apread the sarti with whit, ervil How drear all nature now eppeera Aa eke her white apjatol; wers &,T, JI Th little baUing brotka are boaVd, And 4l the IotoIjt flowcra are clashed; The Ireta their lcajjr duri0,Vr. Ate nowly slothed in sparkling frost Tha merry litres have taken win:?, And gone to End another eprii:;, Th'ir notia of !ot wB9 bioto hear, Fum Winter tbyuirtT.tr too drear. , 1 1 Tet as tbon art ao drear and cold, Thou haat saina p'.casurea yet uutolj; for hapry heart are happy, utill V" " ' Although it Bocinssgainst thy will, I s Wa love the ninUr's evening mirth. The game? and tains around the hearth; Tberural frolic sad the sone-r- ' - Che pletjares w would Tain prolong. The Ji?nndyoulii a merry band, "t Peek pleasure other tlian c.a land, And histin"! to the riycrl alio. ' .Upsa thair ak.tea prinartltf rlJj:1 "" Each then with all t...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 7 February 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 pcrsonuL" 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...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 21 February 1861

e ' .Ton-Tronu . . " IT nsre an"1 exe'elltnt and -esttbslre ; -",yi&3 2?AT5iKnr : eennertcd with Hi a'Eeho'' Office, whrc,at reaseftibla r".e; e trill be'dono with neat ants aa dl -pitch PoUr, Jiill, CArcu , Bir and VUl'inr Cord, lilak all If litis, Letter and Bill Ileait, Pom f 1 . . pklett tfC ee ' ryCwd cf sll - Chromatis and "Gill Bordered Cards. . i -f'- . card-boerl: ' ADVERtllSIVG KATES. C o r -r. ... - Oie aqnare,l21inea or less, Insertion Each subsequent Insertion, , 69 Same, one year, ... ... . -""- 'woo " aix months,.' i. . 73a One. column, vne year, 75 Of ITSIif pro vli S JLJL-Vl " aix montiis, . ( 45 three mcnthaj , . . 55 C8 Half column, m yntr, . 49 CO fix mOntfts,-. .35 00 Oi. foortti column, otieyear, '230 L :i t ' Th Platte Tftlley Tk Horue for Millions--and IIia?iTay to the Pacific. .:fUla Mi Fancy Paper .for Ball tickets i r . i t " . six. monies,. . ll bt. I - Ana itiinlhi.' .;IIM , i j , , inu vncuin "Monrtg Cards tnd kote Paper.TUia. Opaiid Letter P per, f...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 21 February 1861

. Mir ,r.T., hi' i -c . a uui THE HUNTSMAN'S ECHO. ' TVt DI,ISIIEI AT WOTjD RIVER CEJ.TEF, N, T. ItIM TrPT BOB-UNO. Terms i'rr Year, I i i I i l I i l t l $3 V0 w lalciBdcat I JVrutral 1 Ever thin v--Xttthlnir. THURSDAY, rEBRUASVJI, .1861. Agents For Vio, auihariscd to r- lve ecfesrriptiaiis and advertising, and ! t raceive and receipt fur any monies. X. T. Spoor, P. M.. Council Bluff U A. D. Joiits, Omaha, . . . . IS. T. ' W 1). Johnson, florence, . Juhn Keek, Columbus, . . " U. J- Hudson, Genoa, . . 2'oat Master. Foil Kearney, . . " D. Lain, i)uvr City, . . J. it i T. ' tSfAll errors, . omissions, Ac, Ac. Sauet, in tbs absence of the Editor, be . placed to the account of the printer and 4. pro Urn, an ami. Weather. . icbruary, in this region, hitherto, has worn the garb of winter, carrying out the fashions to the extrtme-'-snow cov ering our prairies, ice immensely thick the rivers, and lately, for two or three days, a storm from' tho north has added Jauch to the already cold time...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 21 February 1861

1 i i i i rtt hi. JL i. i it 1 ' V t . h U i r I r r 1 ' IV. lToW .1 eonclusith, tb memberajUeked arouud nuance, Mr Doi-rJ" b plsaned another com- gTtmitO WrjCO 11 Will BWB pivmnk. Alls PTI inn . --.' - - . rre$werir answer to-day, saying that bs . ' . l .1.- X - a 1 . I ha ''property of ihe Federal Government, such power ofling invested vuly in Congress. ... . i. -. i . u .i - . . .j. Cly 4IU ;.. J. J nniiai From t!it Cwrr?pondcnt of the R. M. Xtw. Gf ant.CtLCit, Jan.Si. . Bflow yo will node Ui tMult e( three rui i, of one tc-tn, of abotit tight Loan ( tscti run, tvfuty-five foet un('er ground, Vy fotr Uitn. Clniin No. 1C, below diKtv try, ownttl by Tr. D. IUarfal.- I'iwt ruo, f95 95; necoH'l run. $216 T5. The above etpcuut vat takes out ainee tho morinnp of the 24 t lust., in twenty-four working . knurs. I am afralJ CalilortiU Gulch will .lot tier lamela. Sttlrybriig wean the kel, y u' g G orgia Diost wor tbo hon.s. . Hutnbtjf eUU paya libtral wages. Trench Colch i jutting somewha...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 21 February 1861

. i i I I t CoAt tJ Ehit r. A certain titic of Uonlrosc, ScilanJ, it is aaid. wro'c to hi agent ia LuiJon to purchase a ton ui copper fir liitn : but he l W bef"g one cf the very wort peci roent or penmanship, as will na p r hsps not very; correct in point l or thography, the j-ger.t read the order n lm of ? pens 1 Surprised m'such hi. order, but nevertheless anx'o'is to o blijjo hit correspondent, be immedi ately teV'4o work, nnd bought up the commodity- in ..nil qu; rters till he hid tie requisite omouriL This is may be conceived, was aitcn led iU the very Da ttial'clfi-ct of urvati-g "de mand for cap rs, (in t!.c laiiyu g? 01 trole, capers came tu b s i quired af ter), and i No of renderngthtin c ree to that they in consequence rose e ry touch in price. ; I h ngent u w wrote to Lis c rresp Tident that he had had great difficulty in fuliiili!i. liia order, but at last had ?ucceJ.d in procuring 'or him n ton of tHpers ; but that c ipersh d sincu lis n very much in price, t nd if he...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 25 April 1861

v - ... f " 0 - ' J. 1 JOD.TfOUU. we DRve an' ecller,t and extenstv ABVEKETISI.Vti RUES. . ' uemeeted with th "Echo"Offie. where,t Oijqtire,12lineor!,lU.rU$10 Each aubaequent Ina rtinn. """'"oil rttH, wui be donn with ri- M Same, on year, - .. six month, . On column, on Tear,' - ' . aae oupatcn fntltrt, JfUls, Circn mrs, Business and FieiW; Cards, Blanks fa kinds,' Letter and Bill Heads, Pam- 10 C "J 09 7 OS 43 aioa 41 M 3Cs). SC9 ISA Xt. ..f X i ' pMlSlft. Ift. 3?Card ef all sixes Chromatic and ,. drill Bordered Card. Card-board. . fbla uJ Fancy Paper for Ball ticket nd Circular , . Marnig Cards aad Note Taper, Plain. Cap, and Letter Paper, for Blank. ' J5"Vfc Plain. Gilt, or in Colors. ixmonioa, . . ' thre month, . . . . Half column, one year, - " six month, .- . Oi. fourth column, one year, ' " ix months, - , - . . u thrM month. - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTS! J The Platte Talley.The Home for Millions and Highway to the Paciflc. VOL.1. WOOD RIVER CENTRE, BUFFALO CO., N. T., APRIL 25, 1861...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 25 April 1861

- THE HUNTSMAN'S ECHO. : PlULrlSHED AT VOOD RIVER CENTER, X. T. stsrt TirchsiUT V0Rise. Tcirgs Per Yar, t i i t I i : ! $2 00 Independent lu K crj lllng , - Acutral In Xolhincr. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1801. ..a.., -v ; Ajcnts ' ' V For unfjman Erto, authorized to ra eivt subscriptions and advertising, and adee to rtceive and receipt for any moniee. N. T. Spoor, P. M., Council Bluffs la A. V, Jones, Umaha, . . , W D. Johnson, Florence, , John Reck, Columbas, , II. J Hudson, Genoa, . Post Muster, Fort Kearney, , N. T. Our Country: Ob, our poor distracted country ! "What is bcr doom? "A house divided gainst itself cannot stand." A family at civil war. ' Brother seeking to subju gate brother, or take hia heart's blood. Kindred in battle array against kindred, "and neigbours shouldering guns and girding on the sword to go out and slay t,4 Vigbbbur and friend of yesterday . Qan sucb'bo possible ?Aye only .too true' .11 tbli.js th beginning, in Hea ven's name where & end ? We can only.poi...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 25 April 1861

V 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. ' . ." '...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsman's echo. — 25 April 1861

I.. '8PKAX JCO ILL 2fyv speak 111! kindly word Cu T Wn a stiaf behind, Aati, eh 1 to breathe a tale we'ti heard Jtftr beneath a aoble mind. . -Tall oft sbetter seed la sows ' By choosing fhus a kitdor plan Jot If bat little food la known, '' i . UtUl let at speak the bit we eau. , Giro til the teart t&t fain would liiuo i Would fain aootlier'fault efface i Jlow can It pjaMMnr banian pride, To pOTe humanity lint base f No r let e Bsash a Higher mood, A noble1 sentiment of manj Be earnest la tbe search of good, ; : : Aai ipcfck of all tho best we can. . Thon speak no ill; but lenient be ' To other'e failings as yotir own ; If you're the first a fault to soe, Be not the first to make it kaowa ; For lifo is bat the passing day, ' ' Then; oh! the lit'.lo time we stay, ' . Let's fpeak of all the best we can. 'Lodging under Difficulties. Knowing that you like to keep pos 'tad on nil matters of vital importance, X transmit y-:u the following rich ex perience in the life of one of our so...

Publication Title: Huntsman's Echo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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