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J- M 1 Vt 4- Volume I. DIHECTOli Y. LlXltlLX I'Ol'STY. Jnitit Senator (vunty Judtf - Clerk Sheriff Treasurer rch'Mtl sn;erinteiKlnt Purveyor t'tinmcr ('. R. rrnsno l r. Hlite B. K. Jones (leorjre Lamlii Henry lenli.itrer ( has. Booth Jos. (iitleoiv - T. K. Parker J as.-Russell .1. o. St earn 4 M. L. Trapp ToLKDO l'KKCIXcT. us! ice of the I'etieo J. A. Hall A. E. AHfCe mstahie pHlTilUfcS AND SOCIETIES. FHiST It AI'TISTS. Meet every lirst Sunday in each month, a 11 a. m" and also mi the faturdav prc"ediuKthe above Sunday, at 'J1. in., in the Toledo l'ubliu Hall. L. M. Hutljr, Itesideui l'a.tor. jjT. .mux's flU'liCU I'rotestent Episcopal. p Pevinc service the tfyrd Suinlay of eve.r,v month, at 11 a. m. All are invited to attend. Ilev. ( has. llooth. Missionary. Kesideuny, I'liei'tory," Newport, Or. I1. o. F. Toledo Lodue, No. ins, Meet everv Fridnv evening at thuir hail In tjiia lon. ' I Lots. N. (i.; J. S. liaither, Sec'y, " III. ;. T Meets every Thursday evenlnir, 7::ttl o'clock, ill lirailv'8 hall, this town, (', jl. Crosuo, t'.T. (i. iiethers, Secretary., II. LTtJWIS, -D1CALKK IX- Gencral Merchandise, FOR CASH YOUR PRICE. Toledo, Or. KOB'T CAMPBEXiL, l'KOl'UlKTOIt OF Toledo Meat Market, DEALS IN Fresh ami Cured Meats OF ALL KINDS. Toledo, - - Oregon. Steamer Benton, Copt. tf(ts. llobevtson, On and after April is.t, will make regular daily trips between Toledo And Newport and way landings. Low Freights and Fares. See time for leaving on Bulletin at Copeland's corner. HOTCL LINCOLN T.J, Buford, Prop. Everything First-class. Charges Reasonable. TOLEpO, OREGON. JOHN LEUENBERGER, MASl'FAm.llElt or BOOTS and SHOES. Repairing Neatly Done, Yaquina, - - Oregon. J A. HALL, Justice of the Peace, Toledo, Oregon, Peedi, Mnrtiraires. nnd all kinds of leiral papers executed with correctness. ( areul attention Kiven to all business entrusted to my care. Notice to Taxpayers. Wiirreah, The new law passed at the last Ses sion of the LeKisliitiire requires that all taxes 1 paid at the eonnty seat: and. Inasmuch as it nas been pustoinarv for the sheritrto visit each precinct, and, taklnsr lntc nsideration the tact that many iiersons ill not lie aware of the requirements of ihe new law: therefore. I have ieiM.!ed to fnllow the old pintoru In collecting the taxes, for rhe vear ls; and 1 IIKlfKHY ,I'E XOT1CK, to all taxpavcrs In Lincoln County, oreuon, that I w ill be at the nal votiinr places of their rcsectlve precincts either in ir..n or by deputv. f(,r the purpose f collectiiiK the state and County taxes of l.in f olu t ounty, ureitou, for the year lw' as fol lows: Toledo Satntilav, April K.lstrt. NewK.rt Mitur.lay, April l.v ixei. Jaoulim-Mondav. April 17. Iwu. Lower Al.sa.1Nrth side-Taesday, April 18, l".i.. from 1 o'clock to .I o'clock p. ni. i"" 'Us' NV ITt We.liies.Vsy. April 19, Tidewater-Thnrwlav. April X, from I o'clock ..' "1 "11 1J o'clock m.. Krldav. April Jl. ln'.U. Kit i itv Tnesdav. April in, isti. Little F.lk-ednes.lv. April p.i'lw.cl. tin Lik- Frlday. April pi, lsur Inniuch as Alea. Turn Tom and Summit Tcre"iiirts have been divided by the division of tne c.,unty and ;he nsiuil votinif places are not in l.lncln comty, iwrsons reidlnir In those 1 ir''!''? nn J'y ' tn piarea mentioned in ' m""' "'onvenient to them. aii n.t paid at the time above-mentioned ' remaininK unpaid alter June 4, ll, '""iiie .lellnonent. , u"'1" my hati.t this :nth dar of March, i "u . r - . i.Wi. . WS)is. -Mriirin and for Lincoln County, Oregon mm -AND- MEM'S FURNISHINGS ! ! Our New SPKING STOCK is now arriving. We will show this Season a much Larger and more Attractive Stock than ever be fore! A full line of Men's ami Boys' Fur nishings, Shoes, Hats, and everything worn by Men and Boys. Big Bargains THIRTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CE;HT. BELOW REGULAR We have Purchased at a Big Discount from a Local Merchant (who has has retired from the Clothing Business) his Entire Stock of MEN'S, BOYS' YOUNG MEN and CHILDREN'S Clothing. We now of fer the same to our Patrons at from Thirty-five to Fifty Per Cent, below Regular Prices. They are the Biggest Bargains ever offered in this Section for First-plns.s Clothing. Here are a few of the Bargains! i . Men's 8 5.00 Suits for $3.50 Men's 7.50 Suits for 5.50 Men's 10.00 Sui&for 7.50 Boys' 1.50 Suits-knee pantsfor $1.00 Boys' 2.00 Suits-knee pants-for 1.50 Boys' 5.00 Suits-long pants.-for 3.50 Boys' 7.50 Suits-long pants-for 5.50 All other hner grades at corresponding prices. When you visit our Stove ask to see our Area's All Wool Suits at $10.00. FOR THE B0YSWith each Suit worth $3 or more, we will give free a ball and bat. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. We are Agents for the JAMES uoiu and haver White Shirts. Clothing Made to Order. Gorva,llis, Oregon. Headquarters for Men and Boys' Outfits. C. G. COFELAHB, IiEALLK IN GENERAL :-: Our Stock is Complete jf"Country Produce taken in Exchange. When in Toledo, R. M. WAIDfe; & CO., Corvallis, -IiKALKKH STOVES and RANGES, wCiiD "fahis 'wm fjS Order will Heceive Prompt Attention Tol&do, Lincoln County, Oregon, Mi ! in Clothing ! ! MEANS S'i Fine Shoes, and MERCHANDISE and Prices are Low. Toledo call and inspect our Goods. Oregon. Oregon, IN- Thursday, April 6, 1893. From Chit wood. It lias been raining the last three day3 with but little let up, and to day it is stormy with high winds. pur district school commenced to:day with Miss Julia M. Taylor (,,,,..1,.,.. tv, a:. j.. r.... ,fc. ;.. , iiu lil rcillllllt IUC MM VU'C Ol SUCH an efficient teacher. , , , e hope to see the county school superintendent out as ,00,1 as it Stops raining. The people here are satisfied as to the division of the county, and have settled down determined to make the new county a success. There are some improvements going on. L. F. Pepin has been doing some substantial work on his new house. II. N. Foster has lately purchas ed wh it is known as the Dr. Bailey place. There are some new fyce seen on qur streets, looking for land, and nore are coming. It will not be long before the available land will be taken. Mr. A. L. Chitwoqd is on his ranch to see after his fitock, after spending spending some time near Albany. In a few days more we will have a money order office at this place. Pun. Froni Elk City. The weather clerk has been ab sent, and it has been slightly moist for a few days. This has been a bad winter for stock in this vicinity, and nearly every one, has lost some. P. M. Lathrop, uy Elk lias lost several head, two yoke of oxen at one time. He has one cow left. He says he is not discouraged, but is still a Big Elk Farmer. Vero Mulkey killed a cougar last week that measured seven feet ten inches from tip to tip. He found where it had been killing stock, and trailed it over near Har vey Parks' ranch, where he killed it. Mulkev has a doir that eniovs the sport, and will stay with them for days. Mrs. II. L. Palmer, who )rts been sick all winter, has been worse for a few dftys, but to-day is reported better. Barney Morrison made us a call, and informed us that if all works well with the quarry he would have a town surveyed, and will give away a reasonable number of lots to people who will put up buildings in good faith. This will encourage people to settle and soon establish a school, post office, store and other buildings necessary for a town. Barney says, "Wq are not in the race for the county scat, it is too expensive a luxury to be wanted in a small place like this, but we can furnish the "corner stoiiij." No doubt the man on the Yaquina who wants to fish for dollars, can find satisfaction at Elk City. The spring run of trout are coining in and on pleasant days plenty of them are to be found. Col. Kelsay spent Sunday with us, on his way to his ranch on Elk. Mr. Arnold passed through this place on Tuesday with liiK t,ril in I their home on Drift Creek. Wp i wish them a happy drift through life. Trof. Wilhoit of Drift creek made us a can last Monday. Elk City will close a six months term ol school on Fridav. It h been under the manaiemi-nt nfl'mf y .... ,fo.,.f Bruce, of Seal Rock, who has given general satisfaction. E. M. Mavs retimwrl 1 from a trip to California, where he has been for his health. He looks very mucii improved. His busi- ness here has been titulf-r tl 'airement of E. a,i T j IJICTUM J'.ST. April 3, i8y3. The Oregon Faoilic, Supt. R. E. Mulcahy was in Portland last Friday ami was inter- Amomr other Urines. Mr. Mulmliv said: W U have given Portland prettv I , . ... Unv l?S V reached by our 1 river hue 5 cents per 100 is doing Ul(, bllsiHCsa for nothi rust how lhis rate win l am u . j est opinion is that such rates help no one. Merchants, in trying to take advantage of low transporta tion rates, over stock themselves aid find that settling-day comes i r, ....... ...... ,. ... uiuuuu iiuct, iiwmic wuii uie wnoie sale end of the deal. We have just put our steamboat Three Sisters on the 'ways' in one of your Portland shipyards. She will be ready for sei.yice in two weeks and will run iieuveen PorUaiul and iSaleiu. So soon as she is in service we will bring the steamer Bentley down and give her a thorough overhaul ing. It is the intention of our com pany to put three boats on the Willamette river. We are now running one the lloag. That boat, and possibly another, will run all summer. The lloag is doing a good business and has done so all the season. Our rail line is doing a remarkable business. Since the change in the management there has been a .steady increase of busv ness. Nevei at this season of the year has the passenger business on our lines been so good. There is, a big immigration into the Cascade mountains. People are going into the mountains in great numbers in anticipation of the extension of thu Oregon Paoific, which is not far distant. We will commence to operate our line between I lalstead and the end of the track, about 14 miles, within ,-50 days, This will give those who are not far from the Hiunmit easy access to our line. Several new sawmills have started into operation 111 the Santiam coun- try lately. We are also doing very nice lumber traffic. "Our ocean line is doing well. The steamship Willamette Valley left Yaquina lbr San Francisco at 9 o'clock yesterday morning drawing 14 feet of water, with tte largest cargo she has ever carried. The bar at Yaquina is improving every day. To give an illustration: As the Willamette Valley crossed over the bar coming into Yaquina last Tuesday, hf r soundings were 24, 19, 24 feet. This shows that there is net much bar. It is, not over 15 feet if it is that much. It has im proved so much that we scarcely think it necessary to have the ships towed in and out. The tug has not had hold of a line in one month, which I think speaks volumes for this harbor. "What will we do for New port? Answering that I would ask what are we not going to do for it? We propose making Newport the summer resort of this country. We are now fitting up our steamship Resolute for service between Ya quina and Newport. We shall al so use her for excursion parties who want to go out for a day's sea-fishing. This season will find New port a very gay place. There will he music aboard this steamer I .lii.,1, . ,. " loiii.iv unit aic s ticai 111 it! IV WHO .-. . . . UKetopass liieir vacation in the SOMH . wil, flt lm . , , ... at what is known as Breitonbus'j. (i iuui 1 h j 111 lit-- r;i)i in h wkiiiv 'l T I - an elevation of 2,000 feet. V ought to catch a great many Port land jieople for these resorts, "Mr. Iladley, the new receiver is well thought of by all who know him. He has lived in the vail ley years' am u,e lI,lc na V6 confidence 111 his ability to make the Oregon Pacific what it Bhould be. Number 5. In another interview, while speaking of the improvement and development ol the road he said. In the last sixty days we have put 111 uiicc new onuges on. tne west end of" tile roacli ""J in a, month wil1 have compieted the, renewal ot- ve others. In the same period we, ave put fifteeu thousand new tics in uie tracK, and htteeu thousand more will be added as fast as possi ble. The track and bridges are, tot in good condition. A t Ya,quina, we are en&aged ,n repainting a,'ud varnishing the passenger equip, mentsof the road, preparatory fo the summer business. It is our in , class tention to have, every thing m first- ;ss contlitioii. In ten davs wa will begin to erect a brick depot at Toledo. The depot fit Harris wilj be removed to Vrenrsj, and a, sta- tiou will be put in at Kings. Qii uie ocean division a saving of over. .smo Ti r tmvnir, nm ncin m,-., cloning the use of Australian, c:oal lor tne snip s luel, mid substituting in its stead wood from along the line of the road. This plan has thv effect of keeping the money at home." ' , Wa Id port 'ua. Fine weather to stay inside. Fruit trees in bloom but no gar-; dens in yet. Every body is longing for suiii shine. W. H. Harrison has put a fine new boiler and engine in his saw mill. 'Capt. Wakefield has just finishd building a gcd-sized livery barn, Arrangement;! have been made to put quite a force on the uev road to Tidewater, as soon as wea,lher will permit. Last Sabbath Walctyort Sunday School elected its new officers as, follows; Silas Howell, ' siperintciiT. dent; Mattie Ruble, secretary; I(ci nie Harrison, treasurer: Gltmn Howell, librarian. Louis Capsel delivered a lecturtt on "Mining" last Sunday evening, Two gents have been stopnine at the Columbia House for a few days, and looking at the country between showers, Our new county surveyor. Mr. Gideon, seems to he having quite a run of professional work. J, H. Winskill is about ready to. to fire a coal pit for Nice's cannery, C. L. Diven Is nutting tin a fence around the Doctor's residence. Ole Thompson is' fencing his farm up the Bay, Tack Early says the potatoes grown in the Yahats valley can't he beat, Dick Evens has found a uood market for his salt fish in 'Frisco. Waldport is a fine location for a tannery, Qur honey producers report their bees in good condition, and if the season is favorable. exieet a biir harvest. Alsea honey Is very fine, Mix, Agricultural College Notes. The contest for the stiver medal offered by President Ul)ss to the preparatory societies occurred last Monday night. The Madisonian made 1,755 Points out of a 1,900, I, . . , . -- losmsr v oniv two noinu. (nv ' . " ' Cattm' the State Normal School, ncted n judges. u . The reirular meetintrnf thp TWirvl e of Regents occurred last Monday. tjov. pennoyer was elected chair man. The graduating class this year consists of eighteen members, elev en boys and seven young ladies. .The Agricultural bovs will rom- UlttSr. ii, .vt. tt. it r and in the horticultural department as soon as tne weather will permit;. O. A. Cv ,J A 7--