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OatqoMloDaK, Mo. 180, A. FVJfA. Mi, taoeti
t,tho ilall northwest cornet ru'bUo.Squnro, U
Monday and 3d Saturday. breach month.
Thcrowlll, Deovolente, ho divino
serffictxnt tho Cqprt Hopso.on Sabbath
next, ttf 11 o'clock. N. H. SMITH.
Tho fourth Quarterly Moeting o Ore
gb'n Circ'tut, M. fi. Church, will 6c hold
On'rthtY 80th1 and 81st f tho present
montuitat tho iBaptist Church j Oregon
William Hawkins, at tho PoBtOffico,
haBBomo oddities for tho holidays.
Wo shall not stato what thoy aro. Call
and ozamino them;
This excellent periodical commences
a new volumo in January, 1866, An
advertisement appears in .another col
,umn, which bco for further particulars.
' 1 Godoy's Lady's Book.
This sterling monthly for January,
. 1865, is at hand. It ia useless, to nt
tempt, as wo havo often boforo, to
enumerato rs charms. Godoy is initn
'itable. A now story entitled "Rizpah's
Idols," commences in this number, and
in ordor to obtain the benefit .of this
subscriptions should bo sent in1 at once.
Sco terms in another column.
Mother Earth has donned her win
ter robe a heavy one, thougli some
what cool, wo, trow and fcr' tho past
week tho streets and public highways
havo, been enlivened by sleighs and all
6orts of vehicles with runners. Tho
fair sex, wo imagine, aro no longer
"musing of sleigh ride and ball" but
enjoying both in tho fullest senso of
tho .terms. It aflbrda ub pleasure to seo
others enjoy themselves in this way.
Timo was when we might havo been
with them, but "things havo changed
vastly since then."
Tho meeting on last Friday evening
was largely attended, and tbd exercises
of an entertaining character. Tho ques
tion under consideration, "Shall tho
Fenian organization bo tolerated in the
United States," has, we presume,! bcou
sottlod for .all timo. It was decided that
tho green Aug should wavo, and Irish
men should havo thoirsay. To-night tho
merits and demerits of a monarchical
form'of government aro to bo discussed.
Tho question roads, "Is a monarchical
form of government the most conducive
to tho ends and purposes for which gov
ernments are formed." For tho affirma
tive, Messrs. Kee'.js, Buzick, Collins,
Pahthsd, and HEUsnBEnaEU. Negative,
Hon. Wm. Smith:, and aids Watkodb,
and Shuits, and Bevan, of tho "City."
Nothing seems to command so much
attontion at present with old and young
as tho approaching Festival. If wo aro
to take into consideration the, proparu
tions which aro on foot, tho coming fes
tivol will be an event woll worthy of our
brightest anticipations.'' Thoro is' no
doubt but it will surpass in fnagnifi
cienco any former attempts at festivals
We loam that arrangements havo
been consummated for a supper with par
ties who are connoisseurs in tho art of
catering for tho palate of tbo public, and
who will not rest short of preparations
tho most recherche. Musio'for tho oc
casional! bo tho best that can bo pro
cured in tho country.
Wo look for a largo attondanco from
this as woll as adjoining counties, as this
is just such an entertainment as will
relievo us from tho dull monotony of
tho season and meet a want of tbo public.
Tub Nkw Yonic Dollaii Weekly. A
popular Literary Journal, devoted solely
to chasto literature 'and general family
reading published at ono dollar a year.
Any porson obtaining threo subscribers,
and sending us the monoy threo dollars
shall recoivo tho Dollar Weekly ono
year gratis; A good ugent, mala or fe
male, wanted in every neighborhood,
who can retain 25 oents out of each full
subscription, when threo or taoro names
aro sent at one., timo. . Specjmen copies
sent free. Address D.'Bbn't ley & Co. ,
Publishers, 81N8Ssair Stro'et'New
Arthur's Homo Magazine
Wo find, upon our tablo tho January
number of this excellent magazine Wo
loSfced forward With much' pioasWovln
anticipation of its new. stories, and
wo aro not disappointed, (n tho least,
upon its perusal. All wishing a first
class literary production should sub
scribo for this magazine ' Address
T. S. Arthur & Co., 223 Walnut at.,
"' Tho Holidays. t ,.
Tho gayest, season of tho cntiro year
is now approaching, but whilst wo aro
enjoying this festivo season, let us not
forget that in timo of health wo must
always be prepared for disoasc. Loughs,
colds, soroi throat, croup, asthma, and
whooping cough aro speedily cured by
Coe's Cough Balsam. ' Whilst dvsnep-
sia, constipation, sick-hcadachc, sour
stomach, indigestion tho most prolific
sourco of ill health, is cortainly cured
by tho timoly uso of Coo'b Dysyopsia
Corrteled Weekly by itttirs. Zook 'Si Lahhab.
OnnaoN, Mo., Dco'r 14, 18C5.
Wheat; ft W ... $1 CO 1 75
Oats, 11 bu..
Coun Mr.Ai., T;1 bu,,
1 CO Cb 1 75
iRinn l'oiATcrts, "W bu.,
40 0 GO
SwKKT 1'OTATOES, tt bu..., 2 00, ft) 2
Qtir.uN Aitlks, bu
i UU () 2
LAitt), 11 lb 25
Day IIim:8, "t' llj 10
Hutteii, "ft 11) '. 85 40
Eaas, doz 20
Chickens, i doz 3 00
TuiiKF.vfl, a pleco 1 00
IIIIOWN SUOAK, 1-J 111 2U
Wiiitb 8uoa, 7! lb 25 no
Itio Com:, 'ill lb 371 10
Tea, t) lb 1 GO 2 CO
ItlOE, ) lb 10?
Soda, ") lb . 20
Fr-otm, ?lbbl 12 00 11 00
Salt, 7) blil 0 00 0 CO
Honey, ):) lb 25
duLrniN Sinur gal i. 2 (10
Sl'oaii IIoimi) Molassks p gal 1 25 1 CO
HcmaiifM .Mot.vs.iE9, fl eI 75
UniEU Aiti.es, tl bu ' 8 CO
Coal Oir., fl g.it 1 CO
Whisky, common, 1) gul 2 25 3 00
Vfoon, ) cord .' 5 00
liVOX'S PF.RIOOIOAT. DUOI'S,
The Great Female Remedy for Ir
regularities. Thcso Droni nro iifcleiitHicnlly comnounded
lluld jireparntlon, nnd bMtor thnii uny 1'ilN,
l'owucrs, or wosirums. ueiiig llijuiil, their no
tion la direct mtd positive, rendering them n ro
liable, speedy nnd cortftln ppeolfio for tho euro
of nil obsti notions ami suppressions of naturo.
Tliulr populmlty Is Itidluulcd by tbo foot tlmt
over 100,000 bottles nro iwtiunlly sold nnd con-
suiiiea by tno iiuiics ot the unltcil states, every
onncfvt-hont spi'iilt In the stiotificat tcrnii of
prnle it their grent merits. They nro rapidly
Inking tin) place of every other t'euinlo llcmcdv.
nnd nro considered by nil who know might of
them, ns tuo surest, sniest, una most InlnlUblo
proparullons Iti the world, for the euro of nil fe
male complaints, tho romornl of all obstructions
of nature, nnd the promotion of heivlth, regulari
ty ana rtrcnglu. Implicit directions stating
when they mny be used, nnd cxplnlnlns when
nnd why they should not, nor oould not bo used
without producing clfects jontrnry to nuturo's
choson laws, will bo found carefully folded
uround each bottle, with tho.wrltcn slcnaturo of
John li. JjVon, wltliQut whlcuuonosro genuine
U. U. UL.VUK & CO.
Gen 1 Agents for U. S. and Cnnadas.
Collins UroV, Wholosalo Agents, St. Louis.
' 1 23-ly
Interesting to Ladies.
Tho Doracstio Dyos manufactured by Goo. II.
llccd & Co, of lloston, consisting of 40 sbndes
nnd colors aro nil prepared iu liquid form.
They nre easily used do vn fado, nud produco
bright, strong nod beautiful oolors. If yon
wish a rollnblo article for dying your old or now
garmonts use tbo Doracstio Dyes. Thoy can bo
found at all drug stores. 1'iioe 15 nnd 25 cts.
por bottle. Mkiku linos. & Co., St. Louis,
1 22-ly Wholesale ngoats for Houthwost.
ANY nmount of new feathers wanted for which
tho markot prlco will bo paid by
v COTTRKLL, KEEVES & CO.
LAND FOE SALE
S.W. JSEC.C, T. CD, II. 38100 At'lllT.
TJY vlrtuo cf nu order of tho I'robato four, of,
JJ Vlntto county, Mo,, mado Oatobr2d, iHli V
I will sell ou tho first Monday In Fobruary, ISijrt,
ut publio outcry, to the highest bidder, for ottsh
in hand, nt thn court houso door, in Oregon,
Holt county, Mo,, nnd whllo tho county court
ot saw county is in session, tilt the right, title,
nnd Interest of William 0. Remington, luccned,
iu and to the southwest quarter of stction 5,
township CO, range 88, in Holt county, for tho
purposo or paying tho UehHor the uccoiwl,
WM. M. l'AXTONjiAdm'r,
W. 0. Remington, deo'd.
T. W. Colllui, Att'y for Adm'r. 2.J.-U
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLTJS, COLLARS,
NORTH-WEST COR. PUB'SQUARIS.
ALL Work done under tho surfi'rvltlon of Cap
tain J, S. HART.' V' ' "
A; o. BiavAis-,
HOUSE, SION, & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
' omaoN, xissoum. '
SHOP Over Walters & Noland's Bluoksmllh
Shon.Xli ri.f. . ' '. ' M
ni'ly r 't . ; ' ' "
DEAD (tl VIMIIHS
S,T 0 V E S , '
ST.. I.OIIIS, RIO.
MANUFACTURERS OF '
COOKING & HEATING
IMl'ORTEnS OF & DEALERS IN
AND ALL KINDS OP
Stovo Dealers and Tinners can rely up
on being supplied at tuo low
ST. I.OIJIS, 3IO.
, a. S3 c d
2 1 W w
New Firm, New Goods
FOR ALL, IN OREGON,
KKEEIi & IIERSIIHERGER'S.
HAVING purchased and refitted tho building
formerly occupied by Mo Alistor Crano &Co,,
(one door East of tho Post OlDoe,) wo now havo
on hand, and aro constantly receiving a largo
stock of goods,
Embracing every description of Dry
Goods that can be found in a
ivell regulated Country
Store, snch as
WITH overy article uduptsd to l.a lies' wear.
oiovctjlfolfry, Collars, &c.
A?30, wo Ijivo on hand a largo Block of
il..l.. nf..,i -it... i,:,.
ro kBn constantly on hanA a ilarco
llo(ls niut Jilious. llnvilwarc.
l Jeiihuarc, anil tJrofeilcs
of all Juliets,
Whioh woiurer ns cheap, If not cheaper, than
they can UV-bo'3L'ht at any other house lu the
County. Jf v
ALL Wilds of approved country produco ta
ken. Irtaxdiango tor goons nt
-...iVi u KRBEK& yiiRSziiEuana's.
II1 ifiirUt's Gtilltry.
HAVE NOW IN STORE A LARQER STOCK
Staple nml Ximey
Than Ever Before offered I
WHICH, being pnrchn'cd for cash nt fr.vor.v
bio Intervals of tho markets, wo nro ena
bled to sell nt prices that cannot fail to satisfy
both largo and email biicf.').,
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich
man, Duimcl's, ?lllcns,and
all other brands,
Dleachcd Cottous, Drills, Dentins,
Stripes, Apron checks
Ticks, Cambrics, Canton I'latinols.
Dress Goods !
IN this department we present n very full as
sortment, comprising nil that Is new nud at
tractive for tho season, together with n full
stock of Groceries, Hoots, Shoes Hnrdwnre,
Quecnswnro, Glassware, &c.i Sc., nil of which
will bo sold nt tho lowest prices, and the goods
warranted to glvo satisfaction.
Highest Price Paid for Country Pro
duce in Goods !
Wo also have a largo nssortmcnt of
Such as llurcaus, Safes, Stands, Tables Rockers,
nnd Chairs of v.trlous kinds, which we will sell
ns low ns thoy can bo sold In Northwest Mis
souri. Come, ono nnd all, nud exnmina our
stock nud prices before puiehaslng iherihcrvl
THE REBELLION CRUSHED!
New Firm, New floods,
IN OREGON I
r. &; C. rjL.VA"!!)',
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE!
XT AVI NO fitted up our store room, on West
XL tldo l'ubliu square, two doors North of
Price's Hotel, nnd being In receipt of
Jl LARGE STOCK",
Of DRY GOODS purchase 1 In tho city of Saint
Louis, when prices were luw, wo nro prepared
to supply tho good peoplo of Holt nnd ndjoiuing
counties with goods of tho
Latest Styles !
And best quality, at
Reasonable Prices !
Thankful for tho liberal p.itronngo wo havo re
ceived thin fur, wo still solicit tho cnutimmticu
of. tho satno, feeling coulideut that wo can sill
CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE
Abovo Saint Louis.
V. kG. DAVID.
TO SAVE MONEY,
BUY YOUR GOODS
It. P. POTTER'S !
1 ' AT THE
Old Stand of T. J. KREEK,
HAVING locnted as above, I would Inform the
citizens of Oreaou and vicinity, that I havo
now ou hands and nm dully receiving u Iurgo
aud well selected stock of
Which I oiler nt prices which must bo an in
ducement to purchasers.
CONDUCTED on tho baBls of actual business,
by nn oxpcrlcnced Accountant and superior
Penman, whoso connection with tho most popular
Commercial Colleges, ensures thoroughness and
reputation to every graduate
I l.-inecliil Instruction given in nil etvlcs of Pen
manship; specimens of which may bo seen at
tho uoliogo, lln McLaughlin's imliuing, corner
of Second and Francis Streets.
Full particulars sent to nny address.
T1I03. J, I1RYANT,
nlC-ly St. Joseph, Mo.
MARY A KEEVES & D.'W. MARTIN, Propr's
HIIIIS house has n superior locution, being
jl within two minutes wntK ot the post oiuco
and oourt houso ; Is on a main street running
cast and west. It has recently ohnngod propri
etors and has undergone n thorough renovation
ami refitting, thus making It equal in its apart
ments to nny first class hotel In tho west. Its
tables will always be filled with tho best tho
market allords. There Is a stable, well furnish
ed and.oonvenlcot counccted with tho house.
11 U C II U
AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Havo long used
1J U C II u ,
i'OIt A VAIUCTV OF DISKASUS.
IT was borrowed from thoso rudo practitlon'
ers by tho
ENGLISH AND DUTCH PHYSICIANS,
On whoso recommendation It wag employed In
Europe, and nas now como Intogcncral uso.
IT IS GIVEN CHIEFLY IN
Grnvcl, Citron Ic Catarrh Jof Ithc
Or THE llLAllDKIt ASH I'llCTltnA,
roKjjruM.iM: jIvkakness ani
D E DILI T Y ,
I'or I'roluiisu.s and Hearing Down,
or Prolapsus Uteri,
DISEASES Of THE PROSTATE GLAND,
Retention, on Incontinence or Ukinh,
And nil diseases requiring tho aid of n diuretic
ni'ising from a loss of tone In tho
parts concerned In Its
IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED IN CASES OF
D I S P E T S I A ,
CIIR O.V O RUE UM A T I Stf,
Cutaneous Affections anil Dropsy,
mO euro thpgn ilt..eiips vn mtmt Inlnc tutn ne
X. tlou ttio muscles which nro engaged In their
various functions. To neglect them, however
slight may bo tho attack, Is sura to nlfcct the
bodily health aud mental powers.
uvn rixsii axd hi.ood,
nro supported from thcso sources.
PERSONS AT EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE
rrom Infancy to Old Age,
nnd In every stato of health, nro liable to bo
subjects of thcso diseases.
The Cause iu Many Instances are
Tho patient has, however, an admlrablo remedy
riAJID EXTRACT OV 15UCIIU.
PliiiuJetjihiit Evening llulletin Editorial,
Bzvt. 15, 1805.
Ills Solid nnd Fluid Extracts ombody tho full
strength of tho ingredients of whloU they aro
named. Thoy aro left to tho Inspection of all.
A ready aud conclusive test of their properties
will bo a comparison with thoso set forth In tho
United States Dispensatory. Thcso remedies
aro prepared by 11. T. Hclinbold, a druggist of
sixteen years' oxpcrlcnco In this city, and we
beilcvo them to bo reliable ; In fact, wo havo
never known nn article lacking morlt to meet
with n permanent success, and Mr. Helmbold's
success Is certainly prima facie evidence His
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, la tho olty of
New York, is not excelled, if equaled, by any in
tho country, and wo'would advlso our readers,
whon visiting that city, to glvo him a call, and
judge for themselves.
EXTRACT OF BUOIITJ.
ScrofUla, or Kins.Evil,
is a constitutional li,cn?, n corruption nf tbo
blood, by which this fluid becomes !tiated,
weak, and poor, llcing lit tha circulation, it
pervades tho vUiolo body, mul may burst out
in discaso on nny part of it. No organ N frca
from its ntlacks, nor Is there ono u l.kh it inny
not destroy. The scrofulous taint h variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, itts.
ordered or unhealthy food, Impute air, tilth,
mul lllthy Imbitx, tho depressing vices, nnd,
nliovo nil, by tho vcncrcnl infection, what
ever bo Its origin, it Is hereditary in tho con
stitution, descending from parents to children
unto tho third nnd fourth generation ( " indeed,
it sccnn to bo tho rod of Him vtho nys, "I
v.-ill visit tho Iniquities of tha fathers upon
Its cllcctv commence by deposition from tlm
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, whtih, fit
tho lung, liver, nnd internal organs, is tctined
tubercles i in the glnndj, swelliiiRs,' and on
tho stnfnco, eruptions or sore. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tho blood, dcfircsfc
ihc energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they havo f.ir less power to witlt
Mnnd tlio attacks of other diseases! conse
quently viiit numbers pcrisli by disordort
which, (iltl'.ouh not scrofulous iu their nature,
nro still rendered fatal by this taint in tho
system. Most of !io consumption width de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in thli scrofulous contamination i nud many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brirtn,
nnd, indeed, of nil tho organs, arlso from of '
aro nggrnvatcd by the same cause.
Onoquaitcr of nil our people are scrofulous j
their persons nro invaded by this lurking in
fection, nnd their health is undermined by it.
To elcnnso it from tho system wo must rcim'vato
tho blood by nn nltcrntivo medicine, and In
vigornto it by healthy fond and exercise.
Smh a medicine wc supply In
Compound Extract of Snrsnpai-illn,
tho most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing nml fatal nialadw It Is com
bined from the most active rcmcdlals that havo
been discovered for tho expurgation of this foul
disorder from tho blood, nnd tho rckcuc of the
system from Its destructive, consequences,
lldiec it should bo cmplojcd for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but nlso those other affec
tions which nriso fiom it, such ns JJtivi .ivi:
nnd Skin I)iii:asi:s, Sr. Antiionv'h l-'niu,
Rosi:, or Khysiitlas, l'lMi'i.r.s, I'r.sTfi.Ks,
and Salt Unmix, Scami 1Ii:a, Uinowohm,
r.ssut, Dnoi'sv. l)Vhi'i:i'siA, DimiLirv, nnd,
Indeed, am. Complaints aiiihino i hom Vitia
tmi on iMrrnr. llt.oon. The popular belief
in " Impurity of the blood" is founded in truth,
for sciofuln is a degeneration of the blood, Tho
patticular purpose and virtue of this Sarsnpa
rilla is to purify nud regeueinto this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
ron THE SPEEDY cure or
Intermittent Fever, orPevrr nml Aur,
JltmlUnit Kvvrr, t'lilll Kcvcv, Dtiuili
Afritr, Pcrhtttlcnl Ilcnduflie, ir HtlliiiiM
Ilvatlnrh, nml IIIIIouh ltvci'H, Intlrril
for the Mliolo c!mis of Uhct.c orlKlt
liifl In tilllni'y ilrrniifreiui'iit, cntmctl by
tlie Jlalarla of Mlasmntlc Couiitilcs.
AVe nre enabled here to offer tho communllv a
remedy which, vihlle It cures ttic nbove comiilalnts
villi certainty, Is still perfectly baiinlcss In nny
quantity. Such n remedy is Imuluablo In dUtrlcta
wliero thcso nlllictiug illsoidcis prevail. 1
"Ct'itn" cxnels tho miasmatic noison of Frv
AND Aotm from the system, nnd prevents the de
velopmental inc (incise, ii iftKrn on inc nrst np
proachof its premonitory tyinptoms. It Is not only
tlio best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but nlo tho cheapest. The largo
quantity wc supply for a dollar lilugs it wltlitri tno
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, w bcra
1'r.vr.n and Anun lircv.ills, evcrv body should
havo it nnd use it freely both for cure nnd protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy mer any
other ever discovered for t!'c speedy nud ccilaln
cure of Intermittent? Is that it contains no Qxhiino
or mineral, consequently It produces no qulnl.m or
other injurious cltccts whatever upon the constitu
tion. 'Umse cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
lever and Ague h not alone the cfinscqncnrc of
the missmatto poison. A great variety of disor
ders nriso fiom its blitatlon, nninng "hii'h nro
A'curahia, lihenmntitm, (.out, Jlcailaehc, lttiiitl
ncss, 'Joutiitcte, Earacir, Calatri, Aitwin, J'al
ftitation, I'ainful .ijl'cctian of Oie h'plte-i, Hyster
ics, Vain in the lloiceli, Cclic, 1'unilyiii nnd De
rangement of the Utomaei, nil of which, when
originating In this cause, put ou the intirinitlent
tipe, or bet'ouic periodical. This " CfitE " expels
the poison fiom tho blond, nnd consequently ernes
them all alike. It is an Invaluable piotcclion Iu
Immigrants nnd persons travelling i.r temporality
residing in the malarious illotrlels. If taken occa
sionally or daily whilo exposed to the infection,
that will bo excreted from tho tyti-in, nud cannot
accumulate in sulilclent quantity tn ripen into dis
ease. llcr.ee it is even more r.lu.il'le for protec
tion than cure, nnd few will ever suffer fiom Inter
mlttcnts If tlicv avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYEB tt CO., Lcse-11, Kass.
IltA I'ETEH. Oregon, Mo.
W. CALHOUN, Forest City.
And by nil dealers in medicine. 13
Patronize Home Institutions and
Keep Your Money In the State !
State Insurance f-o.
OFFICE No. 28, Main Strcot,
liori'if Guarantee Capital, $300,000 !
Against Loss or Damage by Fire
and Lightning atjair rates.
Givon to Insuranco on Farm Froporty, De
tached Dwellings, and their Contents.
J. T. K. HAYWAitn, 1'ros. Hannibal & St. Joseph
Josiaii Hunt, Danker.
Amos J. Snr.iwKi.L, Merchant.
0. W. SiiieLds, Pres. l'lko County Kallroad.
Wusos Hoao, Actuary.
V. Frazku, Editor Chronicle
J N. Stiiomci, Underwriter.
J. T. K. Hatwauu, l'rosldont
Josiau Hunt, Treasurer.
J. J. Stbono, Deputy Socrotary.
Amos J. Stillwkll, Vico President,
J. N. Strong-, Secretary.
II. W. Mbauuws, Qonoral Agent,
C. N. Clark, Assistant General Agent,
VY. P. WILKIN, Traveling Agont.
A SUPPLY ALWAYS ON HAND AT, THE
t. Pkstinki Office. Can supply all demaude