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ftfc A 49 1885 will soon be numbered and we make this announcement that from this date until January 1st, we will offer our stock at greatly reduced prices and we mean every word of it, for example Canton Flannels former Bed Rock Prices 6 now 5 cts; 10 now 8 cts; 12 now 10 cts; 15 now 12 cts; 18 now lb a-a. Also all Wool Flannels good weight, a No 1 goods for 27 former price 35 cts. We carry a full line of the Celebrted Broadhead Dress Goods, perfectly last colors at a general reduction of 5 cts per yard the best goods in America for the money; try a pattern and be convinced. Men s and Boys Overcoats, omxa, and a full.line of Underware at a reduction from 15 to 25 per cent. A few Ladies' and Children's Cloaks to close at half price. Also a few Trunks to close at prime cost, a full line of Boots and Shoes of the best Custom Made Brands the country affords, Bryan & Brown, Selz & Schwab and Blocher & bon at reduc ed prices. Our stock is large and the present rpleasant weather has forced us to accept the situation. Let every one that reads this advertisement come and examine the goods and you will buy them. Hember the place The Great and Only Red Sign Store m Maitland, Mo. .A- Xju WILLIAMS & CO. K. C, St. Jo. & 0. 1). It. It. FOUKBT C1TV TISIK OAUU. UMNO NOItlll, Utnll mid llxprrn , Ir.iniu KxprrM . VIIIHca 1'iKiiciiKer..... ... I'wMit - Krci((lsfc;.r..-:.fr:n.-r VrelEht. UU1MII HOUTlt. Mull mill Kxirei - Sst Uinlt Ktpri"u Vllllieu l'.issunsor Freight.... - FrelRlit l).illy cxcr it Hmiil.t). , tliu'Jy except iujs. tl).illy. .Gettysburg. --Settlo your tnxos. Look tit your Hues. Tliu A 0. U. V., S. K. lo-ulglii. Citouit Court tho llrel Monday in Jiinuaiy. Our merchants enjoyed a good trudo Saturday. V Ij Graham bus been appointod postmr.slcr ut Now Point. Horn to Ilcnjaiinii Grouser nnd wlfo lust Frldny morning, a glil. Mia' Siwo Dumni Is leaching Ihu Liberty school ncur Skldnmro. Undo Gemceker Imi beed soriou-ly il I tho pust week i ho i.i now much bit ter. C. L. Ilvlll, o( the Sivunnnh Wind Mill 1ms purchased thu MultUnd Mom tor. ' Two good dwelling bouse in Ore gon (or solo or rout. Luwls 1. Mourr, ugent. Griilmin Cnnip Sons of Veterans, meets next Snluriiy ovonnig, Dccctn bor Mil. Jake Ilsirmmi, .lr , is tindor treut mcnt with Dr. rSotelor ot St. .Intend, lor disease of the oar. Thi'Thiinksaiiing dinner and nip per given by tho ladles of tho M. K. chnred. netted tfilt.CO. T. II. Wens, editor of tdo Malt- land .Monitor, ha- beuu notllled of Ids appointment us n route mall iigent on Ilia Wubiedi road. W. A. Gardner Inn dcoldcd to sell his land and live stock nnd dovcto his oiilire time to tho ministry. LooU.out for Ids advertisement. Tho members and friends of the Christum denomination In tdo Union lii,tet will nerdalis erect a douso of tworidi'p in tlu ring. Preaching at the Christian Chinch", this city, next Sundiiy innriiliig by KUIer W. A. Gardner. Services at 11 AM., to be followed with bapli-m. PreaehliiK noxt Sunday morning at Torbos nt 1 1 o'clock, ut White's school limun nl 2:30 I'M. 1111(1 lit OlCCOtl at maht, by tho pastor, W. 11 Chii-ty. Striihen Uouil, of Miiltlnnd, ono of the strnightoM of Ilepiilillcnns, gave us u pleasant call on last Satntd ij;. Il Is n pleasuro to meet such gentlemen. A&cnts wanted to canvas for tho Personal Mcniors of U. S. Grant, In tho townships of Hickory, Oluy, Libuity itnd Itcuton. Apply lo J. M. Cooksoy, I'orbcs, Mo. 1 L. Y. Wlso, of Snbotha, Kanci", accompanied by Ins daughter, Is visit ing relatives and friends In lids county. Mo was n resident ol this county dur ing tdo rebellion. ' Tho following letters ronialn un called for at tho Oregon postolUcoi Kd die Duncan, Mrs. 11. II. Fnllor,John W. Hunt, Fied Lent, T.J. Stifes, W. II. Wnltrlp, W. A. Wiloe. Tdo meetings nt tdo Union school lioisg, conducted by Hey. W, A. Gnrd ner.Tui&tlll In progress and mucli In- . terost Is being mnnlfe6ted. Thus far there Imvo boon thirty one additions. Oonslnblo Salo-I will soil on Sat urday, Doconibar Mh, 188.1, lu Now Point, n pair of good, useful horses. Any wanting n good toum should attend this sale. Edwin Davit, Conslahlo. Meyor Po?t, Ornnd Army of the Hepnbllo will eolebrato tdelr .thhd an niversary on Saturday, Ihu 10th lull. Hev. O. W. Sklnuor, will deliver his Rtflobratad lecture on the buttlo of Oett8burg. Goorgo Chamberlain litis put up Ins portable traction snwmlll and tdroslicr. nonr tdo old Foster mill on Mill creek. Ills noxt location will bo on the Arthur Hursel pl.ico. Ho is ready (a accommodate tho pooplo by sawing from 1-8 of mi Inch to 10 inches, A protracted meeting will hPgln nt tho Klu'sev school homo, next Satur day night, to bo oondtietod Uy Die pits tjr ol tdo South Methodist chinch, Ilev ,1". II. Piirnoll. Pionehlng on Sunday In Mm nionnnL' at lOiilO o'clock nnJ at iilsht'ut otrly candlo-llglitlng. Mvery wdy luvltoil. 2 il.ltnn I CM ltd 7 i.L'ium ..'i :i;im JL .4 iIMm 63 JImi- ANDERSON & -DKALEKS AND And General Miscellaneous Stock, OREGON, MO., liog leavo to Announce to tho Publio that thoy now havo in Store a Full Lino of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Fancy Goods & Notions, CLOTHING, Gent's Furnishing Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Glassware, Q,ueensware, Etc. Which thoy invito the People to Call and In spoct, fooling assured that as regards both Quality of Goods and Prices, thev can offor better inducements than any otho House in Northwost Missouri. A FULL LINK ()! TIioho OoodH nro Wurrnntod i'v riflccn Ycsivh, auid avo will hoII thoin to you lifjlil.. Also on hmul nt till times "Keen Kutter" Axes, llateliets, Sttws, l'ockot and Table Cutlery, and the Molinc PIowh. Have two JfowDomestle and Wlilte Sewlnfr Ma chines that T X'ilI close out LOW. Call and seo us and wo win sell you FIltST-CLASS GOODS LOW DOWN. V M k Sals m 1 T. L PRICE, ' CLOSING OUT On aooount of moving into our now building Dooombor 20th, and to pro vent moving our prosont stock, wo aro offering it at greatly Reduced Prices, Oomo and soo us; for wo aro dotor mined to soil at prioos at whioh you oannot' grumbo, Eckhart & Webster ftEW P0IT, MO. CUMMINS, IX- Goods, TIIK t'KLUIlUATKD- Matk Mk Was Oregon, Mo. AT THE 1 Pric (J-o t-t-y-.i b u-r-jr. Meyer Post, O. A. R. meot noxt Saturday evcnlnni December 12th. Wm. II. Hut rick has bought tho Joe Pollock plnco north of Forest City. .funics McCrlhbcn, of Miller conn- tv, Is among filumlc in this coimly.iunr JJast Whlto Cloud. Hev. Win. Fields of Pago county, Iowa, was visiting with his only lrleud II. Million, last week. Cad. linker, of tho Sehacffcr dist rict U delighted on account of that girl baby, who mado her appeal an;o nt Ins liuiuo Inst Minuliiy. From January 1st to December 31, 1881, there were 102 deaths In this county and SCO births 112 mnlen, 107 tcninles, niid lo3 mat ringed. A compact election of homo and field snmos for boys and girls Is tho Ilotisuhold (iiinio Hook, mulled free for two 2 cent ftamps, by 1). Lntlnop & Co Iloston. Tho cheapest yet! Tho Missouri Fish ouniilsslonerfl' ear was altachcd In tho regular train on Iho 1C. V. road last Fnday, nnd lisli lutt at nil the s'nllons along tho entire road. I'. Is tho desiid of tho Commission to fully stock all tho Wutcrs of Missouri with Oerninu Carp. 11. M. Heeler, of Fortosquo, was nriestcd by Sheriff Cummins last week on too charges of so'lins whiskor with out having given bond to not ndulter ntotho liiptors hiindled by him. I to gave bond in the sum of $100 lor Ills appcaranco at circuit court. Look out for I wo twlndlers that nrr gilug around thn stato. Ono pur ports In bo After orop statistics and the other has a remnnsinnco against heavy taxes. Hoth nsk farmers to slcn their names to piipcis which altorwarJs turn up ns promissory notes, St. Joseph Gtuctto. A gonnir.cly humorous nnd nielod ions operetta, especially adtip'ed lo Christinas treo fmitvlties, Inlrodueing Siiutii Chilis and tho whole nmllenco nt tho ch'So, Is publUhed lu tho November Wido Awiike.iiudcrthe title of "('might Nripplng." Sent postpaid for 25o by D. Lothrop & Co., Iloston. Great interest has been mnnlfooted In the protracted meeting held at tho Schnef'er sidiool houeo tiy Hur. J 11. Paraell. Up to Sunday ovcnlng,lhirty seven persons bad united with the church. Tho tcmpoi'iinco pledge was also offoi oil on Ihu latter occasion and thlrly-two signatures were taken with nioro to follow. Tlio moderate weather of tho early winter so lar seems to Imvo had an ol feet o,i trndo of various kind", notably lu dry coods. Tho regular f.ill trndo Is practically over, nnd tuj ordors now fillinx nro for leassortnienl : while tho brisk demand fur winter fabrics W ro. tnrded by tho failure of sharp wiutor weather to put in an nppcirniico. Prob ably this is the only branch of trndo which bliows less activity th in Is gau- oral at this particular season of the yo.ir. Altogether, tho condition of lunliics-s Is much tho tamo ni it was n week ago Thouheut market ut Chi eng. i closed at 86c, corn lie; shipping steer-, $ 1 100 to 95 20; hogs, shipper?, S1.00 Whomjs tho Ilepubllcan party Is growing weak in immbeisj or that there Is no enthusiasm within the rankd of tho members ot tho party j or that its members nro not making the beet effmts possible. Theiu perhaps may bo hero and there one who has become n liltlo look warm, but when graud-pa Jim Curry mid initio l'ntz nnd Mont and aunt May ciuuo Into our sanctum Tueiday morning, and formed them selves into a French lour around otii chair, dancing, shouting, singing: she's a ma, he's u pit, I'm nn aunt, I'm an undo, I'm ft grand-pa, wo wore led to bcllevo that tho junior of this papor,was one of tliofo enthusiasts, determined to do nil in his power to in croneo tho ranks of tho Republican party and right well has ho dono It he cnnio into thu ollleo Tuobd.iy morn Ing, all covered with tiullos, supplied all hands with thu olgars, "knocked off" for u day or two and announced that n fultiro Itopublicaii Piesulcnt, wolght, ten pounds strong, with lungs Unrmottlonably adapted lor eanipalun purposes, made his appoaraiico tit his houso Monday cvonlng, ami demand ed tin immediate- oousultatlon with him "Jood morning" and ho shot out of tho door, going down thu street singing "Its ulcu to bo i pa," Tho ncighbois nil around woroautoi ltiluod by ginud-ma Flogcnbaiim and Curry singing "Prulso (iDil fi n in whom nil blessings How. Undo Fred, Nuudoill' has telegraphed tho Impottant oiont to GrovorCluve land, and Secretary liny in d will at jOM'o .notify our fiirelq;ii Mlnlstiy. At tl.o Opera IIouso,l)ecembor litis llo-no tea party. Don't forget It. Oysters nnd hot coffoo at Iho Opera House. Flro cents will pass you in to this show. V. C. Andes cnorhilncd tho young pcoplo of his neighborhood on Th.iks giving Day. Well, you hnvo'nt brought Hint wood yet. When will do 11. Wo want it now. P. M. Fllnn one of our popular teachers, was seeing tho elephant nt St. Joseph last weak. Houso ond lot In Oregon to trndo (or . span ot mares. Inquire uf Lowis I. Mooro, Oregon Mo Dout fall to see Sludebnkcr's Im Wagons at D.M. Maitin', Warranted lbo.lighi't running Wagon On earth. Friday cvot.ing, Dercmbor 11th, nt the Opera Untile, that tniKcuni of Mm. Montgomery and Thatcher's. Go nnd so the fun. President G. P. Maoklln, of Aviv. Ion colleiro. will preach at thu United Iirclhrcn chinch, next SuniUy.Deeom her Cth, at 11 o'clock am, and at Fillip view oiureu, in rw. oy i A treat for the iieoplo of Orogob nt tho Opera House, Ft May evening, I'eceniber 11th. Among tho many nt tractions will bo r. mammoth plum pudding, with lOo dip. John T. Pierson. and son, of Whtto Cloud, lCnusas, wero vNitlng iho family of J. SniUh, this week Miss Vandeiveit, of Mound City, has been visiting f i lands In Oregon tins week Samuel Fryman nnd vvllo weie visiting In tho country Sunday. Even in tlicso das of cheap litem tine, tho most and the besl for tlio lcat money Is tho household receipt book; mulled freo by D, Lothrop & Co., Ilos ton, for ono two-rent ttninp. Tho cream of books by ilarlou llarlaud, Mrs. Diaz, Susan Power, nnd others. The Household Primer is nlso mailed freo on recolpt of ono two-cent stamp Will Hiodbuck, uftci nn absence of several years In tho fai west, returned lo his home lu ibis city on Tuesday. Hti eatMO direct from Portland, Oregon, whoro he lull iho fann'y of Adam Klip- pie In n pro-purous condition. Will is much Improved in geiiornl appearance, nnd none extends to him a nioro hearty welcome on hl return than the Si:sti- Nii i, gang. Thu vcnor.iblo lather of J. M. Ford has como all tho wny went from his f. awav Ohio honie. to visit his con nt Forest City in this county. Mr F. rd, Sr., is n halo looking old gentleman, and wu hopo ho mny bo favorably Im pres.sod with our lieaittiliil country, and Hint ho mny vet bo induced to removo west wind nnd tnUu up Ills abode among tis. Mrs. Minerva Bond will lecluro to tho pooplo of tho llagby district on noxt Friday ovoning.December 11th on "Iho Temperance (iucklion from a Morn Social mid Kduciitlouai Standpoint." Sho will also bo accompanied by Mbs Com Fry tlio child elocutionist. Tlio nennlo "f that section should turn nut in full force, as it will bo u literary treat of thu highe.t order. Itigclow school, W. J. SchMs, ttaehe r Report for month ending vombir27: Enrollment, 49: days at tended by nil, 821. 6; avcrngo daily at tendance U ; hvcimso No. of ihiys at tended by each pupil, 10 l fl. Those purfect In iittendaiico were: I Initio ami Clinrllo Chiming, Flora Thuilikill, Nol- llo. Hattlo and Eddie Preston, Mary and Jenulo Fleming, Maud Currier, Ilellu While, Johnnie Ucll, Ilertlo Smith. Tho pupils aro doing good work and tho tchool is in ti flourishing condition. Your Sunday schno lesson next Sunday Is to bo found lu Isnlnh 1:1 18 and about "Tho Sinful Nation." Sli is tho worso possible form of Ingrati tude, lis It is against tho kindest and tondcrost ot parents. To consider our relations to God. and what we owo to him, is tho first movement towniil now nnd better life Tliero Is no folly or si lipid ity, oven in brtilo creation, liko Hint of tho fcluner; for ho tramples at once upon duty, right and Ids own best goi.d. Observo how loathsomo sin is in Hie vlov nf God and thoto who spoak his heart and mind O'sorvo the woith to iv nation, nnd much nioro to n community or neighborhood, of n "very small remnant," truo and steadfast to God. Lot us not bo ashamed lo stand with tlio roninnt. How full tho Old Testament nnd thn Now is of warning ngninst formulism and hypocrisy In re llgion. There was nothing ngalnst which the Saviour spoku moio plainly and severely. It Is tho Christian's great est peril. How willing, ready and on ecrdid la to save the woist inncr Whoso fault Is it If any perish? DP. J". ZILLES. WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL ERV, Silver Plated Wart Silver Platen TaWe Ware, ELGIN, WALTHAMS, HAMPDEN, SPRINGFIELD inT.Tlon CTTWTVR ffl A TiiTTTTS! P.mfTT nnd fWETlAY UJJJ UtUU. UJ.JJ JJ1U 11 XXXUIXUIJ) wmi-u ' WALWUT The Best aiiit Largest Selection of Ileimirintf Dono on Short Notice. Home and St. John Sewing Machine, Needles, Oils and At tachments for all Kinds of Machines. OREGON, I AEV3 PREPARED KNOCK THE EYE OUT OP BSAN OS STOVES! TO AMY -A ITU, HEATING AND TABLE AND POCKGS CULTERY, If you want to 3ave money, wood, nnd knep your rooms heat ed nt nn oven temperature, eall nnd huy one of llie celchiated Peoria Heatins Stoves ! Over sixty of lliom already sold. Don't tafcn our wind for it, but iibk tho following goiittemon who aio mlng (hum: James Scott, E, VanBuskirk, Clark Irvine E'fipairing. Rofflng, Guttering and Job Work, Promptly Attended to. Sounds xt bu r THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PJUCES M OriLV BE HAD AT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. IMMENSE STCCK OF CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, BOYS' SUITS, HATS AND CAPS. Wo are ngents for tlio Celebrated M. I). Wells and Manning & Cusihn BOOTS and SHOES Which tnke tlio lend of till others. Wo lm.ro soveral cases ot tho former whieli wo aro offerlug at $1.90 Cash Pr Pair. Thoy nrc ti full stock Hoot and llrit class good In oveiy particular. Tlbtijs iss no Sliam- OAI.L AT ONU. Owing to my bad houllh I am now oxpcclliig to retire from tho sloro about the llrst of tho jeai and all pernios knuwins ihemsolves Indebted lo inc either by note or inctui.t nro ifcipicbted to settlo tho sanio bv Jan uniy Ut, IBiO. Bold Spectacles, Gild Pens, Silver Tliinies, ULUUKS, Jewelry Ever Shown in the County. MISSOURI. I.INU 01''- COOK STOVES, SCISSORS, TINEWAWE, LTD., Albort Eoe ekor, D, S. Alkire, and many othors. Oregon, Missouri. THIS-- IS TRUE. A lady's kid ghivo hm hcon lelt nt this ollleo, nnd nwnits nn owner. If you dcslie to borrow money ou upland rarniA, don't fail to call on V. It. Hoffmann. All pctons knowing themselves Indebted to Dan M Martin, either by nolo or account pat due, nro most ear nestly reipic'led lo call and tcttK1, ns I must have money. D M Mahtin. A II. rnynr, M still in tho field nnd h supplylnK his iiiiinorons eiutom ors with Ihu choleost meat lo bo found in Hie market. When you went n choice ?teak roast or boiling piece of tucatgtvo Andrew n call. If you want nn honosl-uiade, very li;ht draft, a strictly flist-chns w.Ron, buy tho Orehniil City, from II. C. Schmidt, of Oregon, Io. Tho following is the report of tho Bluff City school, for Iho month oX November, Susie Heeler, teacher: Days taught, 10; days attendance of nll,C18; averago days attendance by all pupil?, lSni7;Xo. attending each day, 02; enrollment, Hi; cases of tardiness, 2. iteli and Scratches of cycry kind cured In 30 minutes by Woolfords Sani tary Lotion. I'm) no other. This novt falls. Sold by llnido & l'lnlbrick Drug B"ts. LADIES, Previous lo tho heavy advance In Cloaks and Cloakluy?, wc purchased from one or tho trading Cloak Houses a few large Special Lots which wo havo placed on sale at a groat reduction on former prices for this lino of goods. While the selec tion is mads ns to quality, It was also mado with tho view of Nelllnn at the very lowest possible prices, ana we ask ilia ladles of this section to call and glvo us a chance to show as well as sell these goods. Vo have also taken abvantago of the woolen goods market and laid In a special line which wo Invito your attsn-tioii'-Andcrson & Cummins, Oregon, Mo. I linvo bought out tho firm o Grcciio Ilros. & Co , and Invito nil our old customers to call and exnmlno my new and hnndsomo stock of window shades and wall paper. J. W. Greene. (Jo and sco T. L. Prloonnd buy.on of tho celebrated Hridgo & Uracil atoviH. Ho carries a lull lino of Heat in?, llox nnd Cooking stores. THE WAR Between Servia and Bulgaria continues nnd the war on extravagant prices Is now going o n nt Anderson &. Cummins store. They have an excellent quality of calico at 20 yards for Ono Dollar. Think oXlhls, will you. HEY LOAN ON Improved Farms At a Low rate of Interest; Horrower to liavo privilege, of paying oil" loan at any (line. UcMt lorniHyet onor 0(1, No delay. Monoy on hand, Call on or address, J. FOSTEU MAHSHAIj Mound City, Mo. oneyToLoan -ON ' Upland Improved hm: ! 1'lnni.c rail unit uct torin..init you will lie con iiH'i'l Hint the rates Hint turins tin Ilia lowcs Hiiil most atll':u'ti)iy li t nuVrt'il. AililrMi, V. It. llot'l-MANN, Orruon, Mo. Closing Out Sale -OF Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hard ware and Quoenswarc, Clocks, Hats, Harness, Strapwork and Side Sad dles. At greatly Reduced Prices, Many articles at less than cost. Groceries, Fenc ing Lumber and Wagons at Reg ular Prices. J. M. FORD, Forest City, Mo. 1.