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FRiDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1865,
riia ltnl imoiI nlltnen BM author
Ited Agents ft the BSwMiiBt, and will reeelvo
subscriptions and advertising ead make collec
tions for the mbii t
J. 8. WitttAH, 97 Chestnuts!, St louts.
WittUM Honirrsitt, Mound City, Mo.
Oiomi Wbbbb, Forest City, Mo.
Iktiho L. Bun, Irish' Grove, Mo.
' t. W. W Aftii, ,flemm' Landing, Mo.
: LOCAL MATTERS.
Vfo have arranged to furnish & wookly
retail market report, commencing this
land and Boal Estato SalOB.
Durine the nttst wock, many transac
tions in land and real estate, some of
them important,, have taken place, but
for reasons beforo Btated. we forbear to
chronicle them. Tho prospects are
that wo will be able to rcsumo our ro
ports in a few weeks.
I' , T?rtiiat fllHrHriMirfirv.
Attention. 'tis' called to tho'cardof
Messrs; Kraoss( & RfflOKKt, Forest
City, Mo., . They have lately enlarged
their brewery, and are now able to sup-
olv all orders for .beer. The ealargo
ment became necessary from the fact
that thov were before unable to supply
tho increasing demand. Tho Forest
City'beer bos become dcaorvcdly popu
On Wednesday last, wo had tho pleas
ure of a call from Col; Bonham, of
Andrew county. The Colonel was on
his return'from Rockport, whero, in ro
enonso to a call, he addressed tho citi
zens on the new- Constitution. But for
slight indisposition, the 'Col. would
have addressed the citizens of this place,
Ho expressed a t willingness . to return
for thiVpurpoao ot any timo tho people
' ' , Arrost or Mail Bobbers., '
.U. S, Marshall, Cuas. J. Leonard,
of Washington, D. C, was in town on
Wednesday, having in custody two pris
oners charged with robbing the mails.
Their names are Bentley and Harden.
Thoy reside' in the Tarkio Bottom, in
this county. It. appears that in June
lost, while the mail was being conveyed
over the Tarkio; a bag was washed
away. It was found some time in last
month by these parties, and rifled of its
contents, embracing a large amount of
money and checks. Information to
this effect being conveyed to tho depart
ment, the parties havoboen thus prompt
ly arrested. They are to be tried at
We are in tho receipt of this popular
Lady's Magazine for December. It is
a splendid number. The principal en-
craving, "Papa, Papa," is one, of
great beauty. In 1800 it will be great
ly improved : the reading matter will
be increased, and each numb6r will con
tain a doublo-size fashioivplate, elegan
tly colored, with from four to six figu
ifo! making "Peterson," the .cheapest
in the world; . The. i terms will .remain
two dollars a year to' single subscribers.
.TjP fclubajtchwper Jetjll, ?Js :;4 vo
copies for $8.00, eight copies for $12.
00, or fourteen' copies for $20.00. To
very person getting up a olub, (at these
rates,) the Publisher will send an extra
copy gratis. Specimens sent (if writ
ten for) to those wishing to getupclubB.
Address, post-paid, Charms J; Fbtkr
bon, 800 Chestnut Street,'Phi'ladelphia.
More Valuable than Treasury Notes.
How that old cynic, Sam Johnson,
would have rebelled through Webster's
massive new' Unabridged ! "How ho
would havo gloated over ita;m?gtyGqont
Jetter-press and its, illusration8,,b'eadti
'ful as the "new Treasury Notes, and
much more valuable to' the student, The
Merriams haveiBCurred, fabulous ex-'
pense in having the whole work rewrit
ten, reset, recast, and republished. It
is not a mere revision, buta reconstruc
tion. To insure, excellence! in typogra
phy, ites from the Riverside Press1,
which is ali'that' need be 'said about Its
Tfleohanicalxacution. It-is a marvel
lous Bpecimen ,prleyrning;, labor, re-
Autumn From the Foots.
Tan falling leavcS'and frosts are with
ns again. The dyine summer is at
tended by;the beautiful colors of fading
leaves and foliage, and tho birth of win
ter will soon transpire. St. Joseph
Union, 2Tth uit.
.," Row tho leaf
Ineessent rostlos from the mournful grove t
Oft startling such as, studlou?, walk below,'
And slowly olrelea through Uio waving air.
Bat should a quicker breese amid the boughs
Bob. o'er the skr the leaf deWe stream I
Till, ehoked and matted With the dreary shower,
Tho forest-walks, at every rising gale,
Roll wldo tho wlthcr'd waste, and wlitstle bleak,
Cold Snap. Yesterday morning the
pools that had been formed by the rain
of tho day previous,- wero all covered by
a thin skin of ico. The suddon change
within tho past few days has plainly in
timated that autumn may bo considered
as officially proclaimed, especially by
tho milliners andmantau makers. St.
Jo. Union, 2Uth uit.
Tho dark clouds that envelop tho city
portond snow. As a natural consequonc6
wood has advancod, and fuel of all kinds
much sought after. ot. Jo. lmion2d.
Frcm all the IWId cast, or piercing north,
Thick cloods ascend In whose capacious womb
A vapory dclugo lies, to snow congoal'd.
Tho golden beams of yesterday's sun
has dispelled tho gloom that enshrouded
our city for the post weeK. Lot. jo.
The dewy-skirled clouds Imbibe the sun,
And through their lucid veil his softened forco
Qhed o'er the peaceful world.
With tho foregoing seasonable quo
tations, which wo' think render justico,
wo aro satisfied to let Autumn alone.
Corrected Wukly by Meitre. Zooic & Laiimab.
Obeooic, Mo., Nov'r 10, 16C5.
Wheat, ba $1 60 1 75
Oats, bu 80 85
Corn Meal, 'ft bu 76
Conx, t) bbl 1 CO 1 76
nun Fotatois, 1 bu 40 60
Swckt Potatoks, bu 2 00 2 60
Obex Apples, W bu 2 00 2 60
Lard, lb 26
Dnv Hides, lb 10
Burrxn, lb .. 80 86
Eaas, dot 20
GmcKKfls, 11 dot 8 00
Tobkcts, n pleoe 1 00
Dnowx Scoab, "M lb 20
Wiiitb 8uoah, V lb 25 80
Rio CorrKH, W lb 87 J 40
Tca, 1 lb 1 60 2 60
Soda, 7t lb 20
Fwub. 11 bbl 12 00 14 00
Salt, 11 bbl 0 00 0 0 60
Honet, 1 lb 26
Qoldkn tJtnnp 1!) sal 2 00
8uaAn IIodsr Molasses 11 gal 1 26 1 60
Soroiil'M Molasses, 1 gal 76
DniED Apples,, bu 8 60
Coal Oil, 1 gal 1 60
Wiiiskt, common, 1 gal 2 26 8 00
Wood, corl , 6 00
On the 6th Inst., at Forest City, Mo., by Geo,
Wkdeb, J. P., Mr. DAN. J. IIUR8T and Miss
MARY A. PAXTON, both of Mound City, Holt
On tho 16th uit, at tho bride's father's in
Holt county, Mo., by tho Rev. Geo. Bwaih, Mr.
BENJAMIN M. LAMUAHT to Miss EMILY J.
8WOPE, both of Holt county, Mo. '
On the 6th lost., atltuMi Bottom, Mo., by Ww.
Deauoiiamp. J. P., Mr. MICHAEL E. QUINLAN
of Tablo Rock, Mo., to Miss ELIZABETH STO-
HY, of Holt county, Mo.
Oa the Oth nst.- at Oregon, Missouri, of Ty
pnoiu t ever, Mrs. zlilx J., i
wife of James A
Keevks, god 17 years.
MARY A KEEVEB St V. VV. MAHTIN, Propr's.
THIS house' has a superior location, being
within two minutes walk of the post cflieo
and court house ; Is on a main street runnlnc
east and west, It has recently cbsnged propri
etors and has undergone a thorough renorattou
and refitting, thus making it' equal in its (urt-
menis io any nrst ciass noui in ine wesc. us
tables will always be filled with the best tbo
market anoras. mere is a stable, wen lurmaii
ed and oonrenlcnt connected with thahoutio.
118-tf " '
TOY J' W. Fields, at his residence in Benton
JJ Township, Holt county, Mlssfa'uri, btio pair
oi reu urinuio wora oxen, wnn some wane cn
tbelr bollles, and tbo bush of their tails' white,
one is six, and the ather is nine 'years old. one
Is marked with a swallow-fork and 'a holo In tbo
right ear, and a swallow-fork In tho loft, and
branded 'on' tbo left born with' two lettero'Sup-
posea tone "T-s," me other is marked vritnati
under half crop In the righrtar,.and a liole In
me nil, ana is branded op tbtftlftnt born wltu
M. B ." and "L II." nn tfc ricrht hln Hal, I
strays baVeno'other mtrka 'oVhrandi rjneUfi.i
ble. Appraised a'lOp dbllariFbV'GoUrinnMoek
and John D. Fields, and noiti,'Vfnr I h .'
"fniiKpog. juuoeor.ttie I'eaasrwiranillu Beu
j m - w . . ' k IT-. t
fon Township, Holt cooblr, Missouri, this 10U
day'bf Oetober'A. D.' 1806.' if
9 , .. . , 'w,j.MARrAi:Tj, It. p.
The Masoa k, Hamliu
FORTY' different styles, adapted to snored and
secular muslo, for $80 to $600 eaob. Tmn-tr-'riya
ooito or bilveb medals, 'or other 11 rat
premiums' awarded them. Illustrated catalogue
freeJ Address, MA80N & HAMLIN, Dostok,
or MASON DUOTIIEB8, Haw Yoaic. 1 18-ly
KRAV9S tt, riCBCKER,
TJAVINO enlarged thetr Prewry, they art
XX tow ready to supply tnelr customers witn
gooa ueer, in suea qoauutie t$ may ds aemrea,
Come and try It BlD-Bra
GET TUB BEST.
WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY.
JVew Illustrated Edition,
TnonooanLT bevisid and much eelaboed,
Over SOOO Fine Engravlnga.
10,000 W011D3 and MEANINGS not found In
Over thirty able American and Euronesn sohol
ars employed upon .this reVlslon, and
thirty years of labor expended upon it
Containing one-fifth or one-fourth mora matter
tban any rormor odltions.
From new electrotype plates and the Rlrerslde
Ix oxa Vol. or 1840 Hotal Qoabto Pxaif ,
"GET THE LATEST." "GET THE BEST."
Published by 0. ft 0. MERRIAM, Springfield,
MW HARNESS SHOP!
HarncM and Saddles
Manufactured to Order
C. J. HART & CO.,
Have Established Themselves at
FOREST CITY, MO.
nERE they proposo to furnish the good
people of wis section witn
ALL KINDS OF SADDLERY GOODS
CHEAP THE CHEAPEST!
They respeotfully invite all wishing anything
lu their line to call.
Harness, Saddles, TJuccy
Two and Four Horse Whips I
and everything in the
GET THE BEST I
THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES
BY HENRY J. RAYMOND.
This Is tho best Life of Lincoln out, from the
fact that It contains every Message, Speech, and
Publio Document that has ever been given to
the publio, and many tbat bave never been olv
en to to the publio heretofore. It nlso coatalns
'Tue Anecdotes and rersonal llcniinlscences or
Abraham Lincoln," by Frank B. Carpenter, who
enjoyed six niontns ramiuar intercourse witb
our late President. This is a truthful, impar
tial, and standard biography and1 history, and
will throw llcbt unon many sublects tbat bave
heretofore appeared dark and obsoaro, especial.
ly the Peninsular campaigns, and the snbsequebt
disasters unuer rope, anu places tue blame up
on those who were at fault.
JOHN J. INGRAUAM la the cavosslna aaeot
for Holt county.
Zfanufacturcr and Dealer in
NESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS,
WHIPS, &c Xo.,
NORTH-WEST COR. PUB. SQUARE.
LL Work done under the suporvlsion of Cop-
tain J. b. UAUT.
Samuel Watson 4c Sons,
CassimertSf iuithietls, Jiunx, Blan
Aefyt, Flannel, Linscys, Yarns,
H OREGON, MO.
,!a-Ro11 Carding, Fulling, Coloilng, and
Lvrsslng done to order.
COX Jte xxx;z,
Drugs and Groceries,
BIO HJV0 CITY, 3ItS.Si)(1U,
TCStUE Inform the publio of Mound City.
1) mid ilt Jilt v, that lhay hum jint opened a
turco NtookJas above, vlilob they olfcr at the
Lo'xpest Possible Figure,!.
T)Y t'U- BrvnUlor. at his rcolJcncc. in Benton
JJ Tojhtishlp. Holt County, Missouri, one pair
or reu vocj oxen, ouo or ram nx.-n uas some
white I the forthoad, mil brsiiddwit)i.'jA" on
thorlsjtblp, and both marked with a smooth
orop oltilie right ear, and nu under half crop
out o( fi left our tht left hnm of uu pf them
is dropix 1 & little, oiul tbc bush of Ms tall is
oft". BalYgtrays havp oo otbtr marVs cr brands
perpelveftle. Appraised at 80 dolUrs y Gol
mauMttn'V aDy John D. Fields, and posted be
foro'tbK"de'rslgned, a Juitlee of the Peace, for
ouil lii'.Sonton Townnhlp, Holt county, Mo., this
lOtl'ley Of Ootober, A. D. 1805.
W. J. MARSHALL, J, P.
Lr ' ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
kntimkz. OlQctf Can euplily alt demands
THE REBELLION CRUSHED!
New Firm, New Goods,
IN OREGON I
X. Ac O. DATTD'B,
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE!
HAVING' fitted up our store room, on West
side Publio square, two doors North of
Price's Hotel, and being in receipt of
A LARGE STOCK,
Of DRY GOODS purchased In the eity of Saint
Louis, when prioee were low, we are prepared
to supply the good people of Holt and adjoining
counties with goods of the
And best quality, at
Reasonable Prices I
Thankful for the liberal patronage we bare re
ceived thus far, we still solicit the eontlnuance
of tho eamo, feeling confident that we can sell
CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE
Above Saint Louis .
D. AC. DAVID.
New Firm, New Goods
FOR ALL, IN OREGON,
K.REEK. k. HERSHOEROEnS.n
HAVING purchased and refitted the building
formerly occupied by McAllster Crane k Co.,
fane door East of the Post Office. I we now hare
on hand, and are constantly receiving a largo
stock of goods,
Embracing every description of Dry
Goods that can be found in a
well regulated Country
Store, snch as
Black Bilks, Lawns,
WITn every article adapted to Ladles' wear.
Gloves, Hosiery, Collars, &c.
Also, we hare on band s large stock of
Ueady Made (jlotning.
We keep constantly on band a llarge
Dooti and Shoes, Hardware,
Queensware, and Groceries
Qt all kinds,
Which we offer as cheap, if not cheaper, than
they can bo Dougut at any otner bouse in tbo
ALL kinds of approved country produce ta
ken in exchange for goods at
KREEK & fERSJTBERGER'S.
0.1 1-1-y ' 1
GEO. I?. LUCKHAHDT,
T am prepared to do anything In my line of
X nusiness, riotures, sucu as
AMB O TYPES, FERROTYPES,
Sec, ice, i
Taken In a superior manner, and at
f 2 mm W
2, oa 2
- Xjott Prices.
BAVZ HOW IN STORE A LARGER STOOK
Staple and Fancy
Than Ever Before offered I
HIGH, being purchased for cash tt favor
vais or me marxsu, we an en
bled to sell at pricee that cannot fail to satisfy
. . 3 - II 1 u
Dow largv auu sowi uuon.
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich
man, Jjunners, viens,ana
all other brands.
Bleached Cottons, Drills, Denims,
Stripes, Apron checks
Ticks, Cambrics, Canton Flannels.
Dress Goods I
IN thin denartment we nresent a very full as
eortment, comprising all that Is new and at
tractive for the soason. toRotner witb a roll
stock of Groceries, Boots, Shoes Hardware,
Queensware, Glassware, (to., &o., all of which
will ba aoltl at tha lowest nrioes. and the (roods
warrantea to give eausraouon.
Highest Price Paidor Country Pro'
duce in Goods I
We also bare large sssortmint of
Sock as Bureaus, Safes, Stands, Tables Rockers,
and Chairs of various kinds, whloh we will sell
as lew as they can be sold in Northwest Mis
sourL Come, one and all, and examine our
stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere I
TO SAVE MONEY,
BUY YOUR GOODS
B. F. POTTER'S
Old Stand of T. J. KREEK,
HAVING located as above, I would Inform the
oltiicns of Oregon and vicinity, that I have
now on hands and am dally receiving a large
ana well eeloctod stocx or
Which I offer at prices which must be an in
ducement to purchasers.
B. F. POTTER.
ST. LOUIS, HO.
COOKING & HEATING
IMPORTERS OF & DEALERS IN
AND ALL KINDS OF
Storo Dealers and Tinners can rely up
on being supplied at tbe low
ST. LOUIS, MO.
JAMES XX. IVIES,
Dealer in Stoves.
AMD MAvoraoTuaia or
TIN, COPPER, AND S EET IRON WARE,
Northeast corner of Publio square,
tsA0!d Copper, Brass, and Pewter taken in
exchange for Tinware.
A.. C. BEVAN.
HOUSE, 8IQN, A ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
SIIOP Over Walters & Noland's Blacksmith
li M B O Ij D
n XJ O K V ,
AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Have long used
B U O H U,
FOB A VARIETY OF DISEASES.
IT was borrowed from those rude practition
ers by the
ENGLISH AND DUTCII PHYSICIANS,
On whoso recommendation it was employod la
Europe, and nas now come into general use.
IT IS GIVEN CHIEFLY IN
Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the
Of m MADD1B ABO CBBTHBA,
FOB. FEMALE WEAKNESS AND
For Prolapsus and Rearing Down,
or Prolapsus Uteri,
DI8EASES OF TflE PROSTATE OLAND,
RiTMrioic, ob IsooRTixsKca or Ubibb,
And all diseases requiring the aid of a dluretia
arising from a loss of tone In the
parts concerned In its
IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED IN CASES OF
Cutaneous Affections and Dropsy.
TO cure these diseases wo must bring Into ac
tion the muscles which aro engaged in their
various functions. To neglect them, however
slight may be the attack, Is sure to affeot the
bodily health and mental powers.
OUR FLESH AND DLOOD,
are supported from these sources.
PERSONS AT EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE
From Infancy to Old Age,
and In every state of health, are liable to be
subjects of these diseases.
The Cause in Many Instances' are
The patient has, however, an admirable remedy
FLUID EXTRACT OF DUCHU. 3
Philadelphia Evmlnj flullitin Editorial,
BirT. 15, 1805.
His Solid and Fluid Eitrects'embody the full
strength of the Ingredients of which they are
named. They are left to the Inspoction of all.
A ready and conclusive test of their properties
will be a comparison with those set forth in the
United States Dlapcusatory. These romedlcs
ore prepared by II. T. Helmbold, a druggist of
sixteen years' experience In this otty, and we
believe them to be rolluble ; In feet, we hare
never known an article lacking merit to meet
with a permanent success, and Mr. Helmbold's
success Is certainly prima facie evidence. His
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, in the ctty of
New York, is not excelled, if equaled, by any la
tbe country, and we would advlso our readers,
when visiting (hat eity, to give him a call, and
judge for themselves,
EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
H E L MB OLD.