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FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 'l7i lp35
nnmnA irontlomen hre author
hcd ogentg for the SESTimt, and will rccctvo
subscriptions and advertising ad make collec
tion, fortho tamo 1 . 1
J.S. WittuMg, 07 Chestnut t, St. Louis.
William ltonumu, Mound City, Mo.
Qioaais Wbbib, Forest City, Mo;
Invisa Ii. bLAia, Web Orote, Mo.
P. W, Waimb, Hcmme's Landing, Mo.
This honorablo body adjournod
'inursuay 01 last wcu iu uiw iuu
Monday in Deoomber.
1 Tako Notice
All pcr86ns intercstod In t!io culture
o the elocutionary powers aro request
cd to meet in tho Court Room, on Sat
urday evening, next, at 6 p. M., for tho
purpose o organizing a debating soci
. ctj. CIVITES.
Godoy's Lady's Book comos to us
for Docembcr. It is, i ppsiblo, m?ro
richly embellished than evor. Its faol
ion editor deserves much praise for the
choice selections czhibitcd. AH wish
ing a good magazino should subscribe
for Godoy. Wo know it to bo worth its
prico to any housekeeper for tho many
valuablo receipts it contains. Wo can
furnish Godey, together with tho Holt
County Sentinel, for four dollars and
Wo aro credibly informed that a' man,
in town last week, was drunk. It may
bo true we do not like to doubt our in
formant's word. But it seems so singu
lar that if a man in walking' along tho
street happens to step a little uncertain,
or wabble it is to bo supposed at onuu
that he is drunk. Has not every muli
a right to occupy as much of tho great
thdrouiihfare as ho chooses ? It's a
pity he. can not do so without bchig
called drunk. It is so. Tliero arc
other good roasops for these variations
For instance, a man's boots may hurt
his feet, or ho may bo afflicted with the
Noucraleia. You ask one of these
same unfortunato mortals who tuny hap
pen to pcrambulato our streets as des
cribed. He'll be surprisod : "Drunk!
Mo drunk ? W'y, zir, you must bo
mistaken! W'y, w'y, h-I 'aven't tascnl
a d-drop for a month !" It is not fair
to supposo that such a man is drunk,
when ho is looking sober with all
his might. Ho mounts his horse
to lcavo town, and if ho docs not sit
erect as an Indian, do not Bupposo that
it is becauso ho is unablo to do so
that ho is drunk.' Ho is simply
exercising certain prerogatives, which
appertain lo Amorican citizens, especi
ally designed for county court and elec
tion days not drunk.
Tho Now Wobator a Now Work.
We have commended this edition
warmly already, on the faith of our first
examination of it. It has grown upon
us in every day's farthor'etudy. Wo
did not, at first, comprehend how en
tirely now ft work this is, as comparod
oven with tho last preceding edition ;
and how important had been tho ety
mological revision which it has recoiyed,
making it," for substdnco, a rewritten
volume, with all that was admirablo
and superior in. tho previous contribu
tions of a generation to its pages, pre
served and augmontod by a thorough
concentration upon it of tho best skill
and widest research of. .the' present
As it stands, in its etymologies, in-its
definitions, in its, synonyms, and in its
(real) illustrations, it is far in advance
of any other manual which offers itself
to tho aid of tho'sWdentof tho multifa
rious wealth "of tho composite English
flCho.lmftn,who yy j'd, habitual
ly and properly uso Websters. Una,
.bridged Illustrated Dictionary,' in its
latest and noble3t form1 baa no excuse
for not using the'Ehlish language with
intelligence, accuracy, and force.
It is not a sectarian dictionary. We
do most Bincerely'boliovo that 'all sects
will find;tbju,',e8p.ecia,),phra8esI,of faith
more exactly and f airly and fully given
in Webster thanin!&ny' or-all others
Torma In Advance
A fow of our subscribers in and
around town have received tho paper, eo
far. without advancing tho amount alio
upon subscribing. Such aro reminded
that our terms aro in advance, and
cannot bo doparted from. Thoso wish
ing tho paper continnod can indicatotho
fact by paying tho subscription price
two dollars a year, or ono dollar for
Tub election in Doniphan County
kansas, resulted in tho election of Sol.
Miller to tho Senate. Tho entire inde
pendent ticket wns elected.
For tho bonfit of bur contributor,
'Sphinx," wo will stato thutllcv. II. II.
Hedqfetu is announced to officiate at
"Yoston to-morrow and on Sunday.
CdrrtcteJ WttMy by llttsrt. Zook & Laiimar.
OncaoN. Mo.. Nov'r 10. 1BGS
Wheat, bu..l'. $1 60 ft 1 76
Oats. V bu '. .. 30 (y 36
Corn Meal, V bu
Con, V MU 1 60 Q 1 76
Irish Potatoks, bu 40 ft 60
Sweet 1'otatoes, bu - 00 ft 2 fill
Urken Arrt.su, ru iu : uu s fu
Lard. 71 lb....; ; ,.(., 1!5
Drv llmr.s, "fl lb 10
IIutter. t) lb 35 ft 10
Kuas, "f! doz 20
Chickens, doz. 3 OU
Turkeys, a piece.'.....-. 1 00
IIrow.n Sugar, 'fl lb 20
IVniTB Buqar, 'H lb...A. 25 ft 30
Rio Covfee, II lb..... 37lft 40
Tea, fl lb... .-i..l . 1 60 2 60
IIIOE, (( II) 10.1
Soda, "5' ' ; 20
Flour, bbl 12 00 ftU 00
Salt, V bbl 0 00 ft 0 60
II inev, ?j4 lbi.S.r 25
Uolukn. SlllUr 1 gal 2 CO
Suoar ileum: Molasses 1 gill 1 25 0 1 60
SoRanu.'t Molasses, gnl 76
Dried Aitles, "J1 bu 8 60
Coal Oil, Ti gal 1 60
Wiihkt, common, "H nal 2 25 7 3 00
Wood, "rl cor.l 6 00
On tho Oth Inst., nt Furest City Mo., by Geo.
WEtir.n,J.T., Mr. DELANEV WALLACE and
Mm. MAUY.A. M'MU.XN, both of Forest Clly,
On tho 22il ult., at MmmJ Oily, M., of n
(JongCHlivo (JIilll, FllA.MvIi;, son or UEOROi:
and Emma J. Uiuiju.v, ugoJ 4 ycnr.-f, 6 luunlh;,
and 20 Uayc.
Tho spring shall return to thy low, nnrrow bod,
Like tho beam of tho day god to-morrow ;
The flowcru uli'iU bloom lil:u thy seraph form
Kro the Spoiler had wrought us this sorrow.
Sly darling, thou hust.gono to the home of thy
Where suireflng can nevermore harm thee,
Wbero the so'ngs'of the good, hymns of tbo blest,
,'I'hru' au endless cxlstcuco shall chnrm t lit; 0
Whllo we, thy fond parents, must sighing sojourn
In this dffcVdcsort region of sorrow.
We shall hope, tho' misfortune bids us to mourn,
As wo wait for thU life's litest morrow.
The Itfasou & Ilumliii
IjlOllTV different styles, ndupti-d to tnered and
! secular muslo, for S80 to 000 each. Turn-
ir-riVB oold or silver misuals, or other firnt
premiums awarded them. Illustrated catalogues
I'roe. Address, MASON & HAMLIN, Uoston,
Oi- MASON 11UOT1IERS, New York. i 18-ly
MAttY, A KEEVJJS.Se D. W. MAUTIN, Wopr's.
1 Oregon, Missouri.
THIS houso has a superior location, bolng
within two minutes walk of the post ollico
and court house ; is on a ronlu street running
eust nnd west. It has recently changed propri
etors and has undercono a thorough renovation
and refitting, thus. making It equal In Its apart
ments to any llrst class hotel In tbo west. Its
tables will always bo filled with thn best the
market affords. There Is a stable, wi 11 furnhh
td and convenient connected with the hoiue.
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' TAKEN UP,
BY JT- W, Fields, at his resldeseo in Denton
Tnnnliln llnll ..mln 111 I ... I..
r ,-, vvwu., uiiu J'l,
Tfti I briaio work oxea, with some whito oil
.1, mill,,, niiu uio uusu 01 tiujir ia;m white,
one Is tlx, and the atber la nine years old, one
is marked with nawnllnjf..ir i,ni.. 1.. ,1...
, - ' ...T..w,. W MVIV ,11 ,(lp
right ear, and a swallow-fork In the 1 left, and
ujuuucvvu mit uoru wuu two li tters suii,
nosed to ba T'i, 't lhn ,l.. 1. .1 '
under half crop In the right earvjind hola'ln
t'L. M. II ." nnd "f.. It nn ll, ii.kt 1.1.. a -1 I
strays hveno other marks or brands pernelvoi
til A Annrnlflnil n, IHn .lAllaa 1... r..y i. ,
nnd John D. Fields, and pnued bcfoii) thn un
dsrslgnod, a Jusllceof thu Pcioa fitr si.d u lieu
tan Vownahin. Ifoltnntintv. A1fuant,l '!.!.. in.t.
dayof 6otobtr A. D. r86o.' -" ...
TTAVING enlarged their Urowry, they nro
XX ,0W rcnuy to supply tnelr customers will
pooil Uccr, in such quantities aiuaylie ilcslreu
uomo ami try 11. niu-om
OUT Tulil iBi'.
W'EBSTEll'S UNAUU1DQEI) DICTIONARY.
Mw Illustrated Edition,
TIlOnOUOIlLY REVISED AND MtOll ESLAUnEP.
Over 3000 Fine Iliigruvlngs.
10,000 WOKUS and .MEANINGS not found in
Over thirty nblo American nnd European schol
ors employed upon this revision, nnd
thirty vears of labor, expended upon It.
Containing ono-fiftb or ono-fourlh more matter
th mi any former editions,
From new electrotype plates and tbo Riverside
In o.nb Vol. ov 1810 Uomi Quarto Pages.
'QET THE LATEST " -nU'r THE REST."
Published by 0. & 0. MEllltlAM, 8pringfiold,
MEW HARNESS SHOP!
Iluriicss imtl Huddles
Manufactured to Order
C. J. IIAIIT & CO.,
Have Established Ticinsclvcs at
FOREST CITY, MO.
TtrllERE tbeypropoo to fnrnl:h the good
IT people ol tills sccllou with
ALL KINDS OF SADDLE It Y GOODS -AS
CHEAP JIS THE CHEAPEST!
They rcspootfully invito nil wishing anything
in tneir 11110 to can.
I-Tni'iicHS, Sii111om, BtitTfcy
Two and Four Horse IVhips i
nnd everything in tho
ni l 3m
GET THE BEST!
TUB I.IFB AU VV'.ilAC SBUVICBS
DY HENRY J. RAYMOND.
This Is tho best Life of Lincoln out, from the
f ict tlml It contains every Mfjsngc, Speech, and
ruuno Document mat 11:13 ever neeii given t
tho public, and many that havonever bion civ.
en to to tbo public heretofore, It nlso coatalus
tho Anecdotes iiml lvrjonal lleiulnlcences of
Abraham Llncoliii" by 1-rnnk II. Carpenter, who
enjoyed six mouilis laminar Intcrnonrso with
our lato President. This is n truthful, inonr
tlal, nnd standard biography and history, 'nnd
will throw light upon many subjects that li.ivc
ncrctolnro appeared uark'ntid obscure. cnoelal.
ly the rcnluular campaigns, and the Hib?equeiit
disasters under l'ope, nnd places the blame up
on 11100 wnn were, ni lauii.
JOHN J. I.VORAHAM is tho cavasslne ni.-ont
for Holt county.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES, URIDLUS, COLLARS,.
Willi's, &c jCc,
NORTH-WEST COR. l'UH. SQUARE.
ALL Work dono tinder tho suporvlilon of Cap
tain J. S. HART.
COX .Sc DILL,
Drugs and Groceries.
MOIAVI TtY, ItSSOl ltl,
DESIRE loipform the publlo of Mound City,
andi'iolnlty, that they haii) jmt opuued n
largo stock us i.liou', which they oHYr nt tho
Lowest Possible Fiaures,
i 10 ly ,
J. lUnlstor. at his rcsMcnan. It I'cntnn
Township. Holt County, Mlourl, ,ro pair
df red wuik i'xkiu one of fiild oxi-
white inttm iorclflad, and branded with iA" on
th n rlfibt hip, on bolL nun kfil with ft fluiootb
nop oit'lho.riubjiear, and mi under half crop
nut of,thii lift u. the Jeft horn of ami or Ihoin
Udivppvd allttU, nud tho hush ofhls (all, is
off."" Said Mruyf iiave na other murks or brands
perceivable, iilipralscd ut fc'O dollars by Uol
man Meek nud Mm D, i'Mi, nnd polcd bo
lorn the undei Wnid a Jnslico of the I'enco, for
In ll....,tBn .li- it.i. ... r .1., .
I'll U1H f
10th day of
" v'.iwflliw.iuil n. l.Dll uuun.V. IU1S
,. 1). 1605.
W J. MARSHALL, J. P,
11 A KEN U
niAKI-N U by Susanna Kennedy, In Lowls
X luwutdil) i0i't eouniy, M0,t a buy Jjurse
four years oK A)0Ut fourteen hands biili, right
foro foot and'Vght hind foot whllo, aud now
pnited before K J. Ernns, nJustico In and for
Holt ecuinty.'rf Aiunrnld nt Blxty dollars by
Joiioih . Coleiai, Htid Andrew arueokiSwbo
wera duly .n, by wo foi-tLtttlpprpose, this
tho Mlh iy0f November, 1806.
A J. EVANfl. Ji P. '
y- "L;ii inJCKH. '
A SUPPLY ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
r!nr;NEL Oilin. Can suuply all dcmauds
i THE REBELLION ORUSUED!
jcw Finn, New floods,
IN OREGON I
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE
TTAVING UP our storo room, on West
jlj. eiue ruuilo iqnnre, two doors North of
moo a itotci, ana being in receipt or
A LARGE STOCK,
Of DRY aOODS purchacd In IhA city of Saint
Louis, when prices wcro low, wo nro prepared
to supply the good pcoplo of Holt and adjoining
counties wnn goous ot tno
Latest Styles !
And best qualtty, at
Thankful for tho liberal patronnco wo have re
ccived thus fir, wo still solicit tho continuance
of tho fame, feeling confident that wo can sell
CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE
Abovo Saint Louts.
D. & C. DAVID.
P a o
New Firm, New Goods
; FOR ALL, IN OREGON,
KRECK & IIBKSHIIBROBK'S.S:
V(NG purchased nnd refitted tho building
formerly occtiiIcn by MoAllstor Crano & Co.,
e door East of tho Pot Ollico,) wo now have
on band, nnd aro constantly receiving a largo
stock of goods,
Embracing every ilescriplio?i of Dry
Goods thai can be jountl in a
well regulated Country
Store, such as
Delains, ' Challics,
JJlack Silks, Lawns,
WITH ovcry article adapted to Ladies' wear.
Gloves, Hosiery, Collars, &c.
Also, wo havo on Land a largo stock of
Heady Matlo Clothing,
tyo kcop constantly on hand a largo
I , i
nootslnntl Slides', Hnrtlwnrc,
Qiiceuswnre, and Groceries
of all Mints,
Which we offer as cheap, if not cheaper, than
they can bo bought at any other houso In tho
ALL; kinds of approved country prodttco ta
ken in exebango for goods ut
KUIS ISK& yliIlJIlEtiai3H'S.
GEO. 3?. XytrOItllItIJT,
am prepared to .do anything In my line of
Dusiucss, notures, sucn ns
AMD O TYPES, FERROTYPES,
Taken la a superior roauner, and at
HAVE NOW IN STORK A LARGER STOCK
Staple niitl Xuney
Than Ever Before offered I
TinilCII, being pnrcliascd for cash at favorft.
H ble Intervals of tho markets, wo arc ena
bled to sell at puces that cannot fall to satisfy
both largo aud small buyers.
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich
man, Dunncl's, Ellens, and ,4
all other brands,
lllcnchcd Cotlbns, Drills, l)cnlm,
Stripes, Apron checks
Ticks, Cambrics, Canton Flannels.
Dress Goods !
IN this department we present a very full as
sortment, comprising all that Is new nud at
tractive for tho season, togcthir with n full
stock of Groceries, Roots, Shoes Hardware,
Qiiecnswnro, Glassware. Sic, fee, all of which
will bo sold at tho lowest prices, and tho goods
warranted to give satisfaction.
Highest Price Paidor Country Pro-
ducc m Uoutls!
Wo also havo o largo assortment of
Such a1" Iltircaus. Safes. Stand". Tables Rockers,
and Chairs of virions kind", which we will sell
in low as they can bo sold In Northwest Mis
souri. Come, ono nud all, and cxamlno out
stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere I
TO SAArE MONEY,
BUY YOUlt GOODS
. . POTTER'S !
Old Stand of T. J. KRE11K,
HAVING located as above, I would inform the
citizens of Oregon and vicinity, that I have
now on hands nud am dally receiving a large
and well selected stock of
Which I offer at pi-ices which must bo nn In
dticcmout to purchasers.
ii. r. POTTER.
3 JCV:V UI'AC X DR IIVGr
ST. LOUIH, NO.
COOKING & HEATING
STO YE S
IMPORTERS OF & DEALERS IN
AND ALL KINDS OF
Stovo Dealers anil Tinners can r'cly up
on' boing supplied ut tbo low
ST. LOUIS, IUO.
J.iMES II. NIKS.
Dealer in Stoves,
AND MANUFACTURER Or
TIN, COPPER, AND S EET IRON WARE,
Northeast corner of Tubllo Brpiare,
tfSi.Old Conner, Braes, and Pewter taken In
A.. O. BEVAN.
HOUSE, SIGN, & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
' oncnoN, Missnum,
SHOP Over .Walters & Noland'n Illacksmlth
E Ii MJtfBXfMID...
IS TJ CII U
AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Havo long used
Ii XI C II TJ ,
FOlt A VAKIKTV OF DINVASCS.
IT was bnrr
ers by tho
T wns borrowed from those rmlc ornctlllon-
ENGLISH AND DUTCH PHYSICIANS,
On whoso recommendation It was employed In
Europe, nnd nas now come intogenernl use.
IT IS QIVEN CHIEFLY IN
Gravel, Chronic CalarrU of ,tlic
OF TUB DLAPDRR AND URETHRA,
rOKJrCMAIK HTAKNESS A NO
For l'rolaitsus and Hearing Down,
or Prolapsus Uteri,
DISEASES OF THE PUOSTATE GLAND,
Retention', on Incontinence or Ubinb,
And nil diseases requiring tho aid of n dlurctlo
aiislng from a loss of touo In tho
parts concerned In Its
IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED IN CASKS OP
CHRONIC It II EU MA TISM,
Cutaneous Affectioiin and Dropsy.
TO cure tlicso dlicnes wo must bring into ac
tion tho muscles which nro engaged in their
various functions. To nrglect them, however
slight may bo tbo attack, is sure to nlfcct tho
bodily health und mental powers.
OUK FI.nSH A.D DI.OOD,
nro supported from theso sources.
PERSONS AT EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE
From Infancy to Old Age,
nnd lo every stato of health, nro liable to bs
subjects of these diseases.
The Cause in Many.-Instances nro
Tbo patient has, however, an admirablo romcdy
FLUID EXTRACT OF IIUCIIU.
rMtadclj'hia Evening Bulletin Editorial,
Sept. 13, 18G5.
Ills Solid nnd Fluid Extracts embody tbo full
strength of the Ingrcdlonts of wbloh they aro
named. They aro left to tho inspection of all.
A ready and concluslvo test of their properties
will be a comparison with those set forth In tho
United States Dispensatory. Thos: remedies
aro prepared by II. T. Hclnibold, a druggist of
sixteen years' experience in this city, nnd wo
believe them to be reliable ; In fact, wo havo
norcr known an nrtlcle lacktng merit to meet
with a permanent success, and Mr. Ilclmbold'a
success Is certainly prima fads evidence Ills
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, In tbo olty of
Now York, Is not excelled, if equaled, by any In
tho country, and wo would advise our readers,
when vIsltlDg that city, to glvo him a oal), and
judge for themselves,
EXTRACT OF UTJCIITJ.
HE L MB OL
1' .21 1 l MY. J. A1AKHIIAT.T. .1 1