4 'on 111 v Judy
V. H. t'nwio
I. P. lilue
B. Y. Jones
tie.rjre I -h mi is
- T. K. I'nrker
J as. Russell
. J. o. Srearns
M. J Trapp
Justice nf the Peace
J. A. Hall
A. K. Altree
CM'KCIIES AND SOCIETIES.
, T?11!.T BAPTISTS. Meet every lirst Sumlar
. X in each month, a 11 a. in. and also mi the
fiatuniav preelin&rthe above Suntlav, at 2 n.
m.. in the T.i!eio Public Hall. I.. M. Hv.tler,
ST. JOHN'S flH'RCII Jl'rotestent Episcopal.
Invite service the third Sumlav uf everv
month at 11 a. in.- All are invited "to attend.
Rev. "'has. Hnoth, Missionary. Hesideme,
Ke"inry," Newport, Or.
T o. F. Toledo Lntlire, No. ios. Meet
.every rrulny evening at their hall In this
j. i,. Mils, .. u.; j. s. Maimer. Sec v.
ff ? W-.T. Meets every Thursday evening.
- i :. u chick, in iirauv s nan, mis town, t .
3. Crosno, c. T. U. lielhers, Secretarv.
Cot vnllls, Orexon
Toledo Meat Market,
. ' ' ' PEALS IX
? Frcsli a nil Cured Meats
OF ALL KINDS.
Toledo - - Oregon.
Capt. Jets. Hubert mn,
On and after April ist, will make
regular daily trips between Toledo
and Newport and way landings.
;,ow Freights and Fares. See
4:rne for leaving on Bulletin at
s 'opelaud's corner.
T.J. Buford, Prop.f
JlQOTS and SHOES.
1 1 . .
-"O - " J
Yaqiiifia, - 0rc2n
'j. A. hall.
Justice of the Peace,.
flVvM. MDriiires, and nil klndu of lexnl paper
" c mm rMrrcviiics. ureui aiietuion
r-o i im iiii nuntiie- entruirte
I to my cure.
C. S II EPA HI),
Residence, Stanford, Oregon.
Business in anv court in Lincoln
Cauniy promptly and carefully at-
Oregon PaciOo Railroad.
Line Qnli-k I'lratch-L,v
Setitwn Willamette Vallay i,in! and !!an
OCEAN STKAMER SAItlNGS.
H ". WtLLAMKTTK VAU.EV.
ljre -n Frtncln-n Arrll 4. 1MB,
Uavei Vnulna Man'h S". l.-tfl.
And aiK.nt every ten dayi iberexfter.
Ihl.r.inipanv rwrvea the rli'ht to rhanw
t. im- .l-e. ulthout notii e.
Iml -,ire 'T-reii I'ort'an'l atnl ;to and
1 Wr U illametTe river point.
B E, kt.'U AIIV. ierieml irtrtitrdnt.
Our New SPRING 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 and Boys' Fur
nishings, Shoes, Hats, and everything
worn by Men and Boys.
Big Bargains in Clothing;! !
THIRTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CENT. BELOW REGULAR
We have Purchased at a Big Discount from a Local Merchant (who ha
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-class Clothing.
Here are a few
Men's $ 5.00 Suits
Men's 7.50 Suits
Men's 10.00 Suits
Boys' 1.50 Suits
Boys' 2.00 Suits
Boys' 5.00 Suits
Boys 7.50 Suits-long pants-for 5.50
All other iiner grades at corresponding
M'lien you, visit our Store ask to see our Men's Ail Wool
Suits at $10.00.
FOR THE BOYS-With each Suit worth $3 or more,
we will give free a ball and bat.
Mail orders w ill receive prompt attention.
We are Agents for the JAMES MEANS S3 Fine Shoes, and
Gold and Silver White Shirts.
Clothing Made to Order.
Headquarters for Men and Boys' Outfits.
j. h. McNeil,
Drugs, Msdiciass, Faints ul Oib!k,
A full Line of
BOOKS, STATIONERY and WALL PAPER. 4
Our Stock is Complete, comprising
to enumerate, and all sold at moderate prices.
Meilietiies warranted genuine and of best quality.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
! Our Customers will find our stock
THE LEADER, only $1:50
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday,
of the Bargains '
for 7.50 v
- knee pants-for $1.00
- knee pants-for 1.50
- long pants-for 3.50
many articles it is impossible here
SHOES and RUBBERS,
complete in all lines and arc solda
j Lincoln County's Tax Payers.
1 A LIST OK PKKSONS WHO PAT TAXIN OX TKR
OAK THOTSASD DOLLAR TALI'ITIOX.
The following is a list of taxpay
ers of Lincoln county who pay tax
es on $ 1,000 valuation or over, as
shown by the tax roll turned over
to Lincoln county by Benton coun
ty. Some of the heaviest payers
are not on the roll, such as G. S.
Coe, the Oregon Pacific railway
and many others:
Briggs, Thos $ 6 998
Byerly, J II 1 040
Bayley, J H 2 Q,,s
Buckley, John 1 062
Bensell, Mrs R A. 2,317
Brasfield, Mrs Lydia 3,118
Baker, Mrs Nettie.". 1,855
Cressy, Mrs Isabella 1,676
-ase , oam ue 1 17, 209
Cooper, R D
Cooper, J fc
Fitzpatrick, John. .
Healy, P D
Kellogg, Mrs Dr. .
Loouiis, J 4,007
Megginson, George R. . . . . . 5,082
Megginson & Briggs 2,600
Olssou, John A 15,084
Kay, name 1 ,oo
Ray, AJ i.7
Stitt, William 9,521
Stoker, Peter. 2,300
Schrader, Paul 1,007
Tracy, Benton 1,625
Thompson, Miss Mary 1,465
W mant, JJ 1,405
Williams, I,W . 2.282
Williams, C II 5,739
Wass, S A 2,134
Williams, Eugene 3.740
Weber, Will T.. 1,156
ELK CITY PRIiCI NCT.
Abbey, E A 1,811
Carter, F M j.iSs
Logan, S A. , 11,020
Mays, E M 1,007
Parker, FJ 2,106
Simpson, M V 4, no
Trapp, ML 3,064
LOYVKR ALSKA I'RUCINCT.
Baldwin, E H
Diven & Krieger
Monroe, W C
Nice & Polhemus
Sabiu, R L
Ragan & Thompson
Blain, L E
Blain, et al,
Boone, G L
Blake, Mrs Nettie
Copeland, W C
Copeland, Mrs C G
Denlinger, H H
Forbes; B R
Fish, T P
Grady, Mrs C M
Horning, Mrs M F
Jones & Nash
Morgan, Mrs T T
Peterson, A. T.
Rader, A. J.
Stanton, F. M.
Toledo, Mill Co.
VanCleave & Jones,
Williams, D. II.
Barclay, J. R.
lilue, D. P.
Boone, G. L.
Beer & Greenfield,
Davis, M. M.
Farra & Montcith,
Gorman. T. W.
Huh, W. H.
Keady, W. P.
Kennedy, C. D.
May, J. B.
Miller, Ira A.
Nye. J- J-
Peek & Russell,
Priest, J. P.
Vanderbeck, G H
Whitney, G A
West' Yaijuina Iand Co.
Vaccina Fruit Couipan) ,
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May u, 1893.
LITTLE ELK VRECXXCT.
Mcliride, C O
Whitnoy, M F
ltlC ELK PRECINCT.
SI MMIT rRECIXCT,
Rvcap, Jas H
Clackamas county has an !ebt-
edness of Jiaj.ko. It casts fully
?5o,txx) per yjy t run the ciunty.
Are the property o vners of To-:
le.'.o content t; n ;t satisfioil with
the prese.H conditions of lier streets?
The present coikIUkmi is deplorable.
There arc no streets, no ways of
ingress m e;;ress icu the traveling
public. This must be remedied
and that soon.
It is unite u-dikely that the
school fun 1 will be apportioned be
fore June, but nss.v.n as the county
superintendent is noti:ie,l by the
treasurer that the money is ready
for apponioninc '.t thore will not be
any delay in forwarding notice of
the same to the district clerks.
The May number 'f the Western
Pedagogue conies to us in regular
magazine form and replete with
choice selections of educational
gems. Tlie IV.'n.roguc is only
$1.00 per anuiun and is well worth
ten limes that much to every teach
er. Subscriptions may be had at
The last legislature employed 179
clerks at a total expense to the
state of $23,500. The total number
of senators and representatives of
the Oregon legislature is ninety.
This makes neavlv two clerks for
each member of tbe legislature and
made a clerical expense for each
member of H261.11. Must have
been a "business" session in good
A synopsis of the game laws of
Oregon as ma le by an exchange
are as follows: Bool: agents may
be killed from June ist to May 31st,
inclusive; peddlers from January ist
to December 31st inclusive; can
vassers, male, from April ist to
March 31st, female, from April 15
to April 14, inclusive; open season
all year aroit'id 011 life insurance
The last session laws are being
now distribute 1 to the parties in
the state who are entitled to them.
County Clerk Jones' received three
copies the first of the week. They
comprise n voluminous volume, the
greater portion of which is taken up
with special laws for various local
ities. As soon as the books can be
completed all the justices of the
peace will be supplied with a copy.
The steamuhip Danube and cap
tain are in a queer shape. The
marine law's have been scanda
lously violated. She has on more
passengers than allowed by law and
the law will not let them be landed.
This is a complicated case. More
passengers than the law allows and
the laws of the land won't allow
them to get off. The Oregonian
can explain if the court can't.
Better throw them over board.
Deputy Game Warden C. W.
Watts went to Corvallis last week
and arrested Zeph Job, the well
known banker on charge of violat
ing the game law by building a
dam across the river at Niagara,
preventing fi h from passin;; up the
stream. J. R, Wyatt appeared for
the state and J. K. Weaiheif.ir and
C. E. Wolvcrton for the defense.
The complaint was demurred to on
the grounds that it did not state
sufficient facts to constitute a cause
of action, and because the court did
not have jurisdiction; but it was
overruled. Trial was set for May
31st at Albany. The case will lie
hotly contested and will be taken
to the mipremc court.
C. II. (lest, attorney for the Ore
gon Pacific railroad has re tit mud
from San Francisco, where he has
been transacting some official busi
ness. Mr. (lest says that there is
a great incrca.c in the earnings of
his line this mouth over Iat month.
After paying all expenses in March
the road bad hbout yy left, and
this month it will have a balance
of several thousand oil band.
The following proceedings were
had by the commissioners court in
their adjourned term of Thursday
and Friday of last week:
Bond of II. Wulf, a petitioner for'
saloon license in the sum of $2,oc
Reported by the County Judge
that bids of J.S. VanWinkleand B.
F. Jones for transcribing records
had been with-drawn, and that the
contract hadtiecn awarded to Vir
gil E. Walters, of Corvallis, the
next highest bidder, at the sum of
$5,500. County Commissioners
were instructed to prepare the nec
essary contract and bonds for prose
cut ion of the work and submit the
same in blank to the county court
for action. Said papers were there
upon prepared, submitted, and duly
approved. Ordered that the same
be delivered to the said Virgil E.
Watters for signature.
Ordered that the County Clerk
obtain from the County Clerk of
Bcutou county a certified copy of
the survey of the rtnd coninipttcino
at or near the mouth of Depot
Slough, and notify the county sur
veyor of Lincoln counny to make a
re-survey of said road.
Ordered that the county clerk
post notices calling for bids to erect
a jail building for Lincoln county
according to specifications on file
in county clerk's office.
Court adjourned sine die.
The following arc the cases enter
ed upon the Bench docket for the
May term of circuit court, begin
ning next Monday, May 15, 1893:
Swan Hogavel vs. Jas. Stone and
Mary lv. Stone; foreclosure.
Maine Red Granite Co.. vs. Ira
Miller; action for money.
lv. llout vs. J inc. Megginson
and Wm. R. Megginson; act ion for
Geo. Bamford vs. Mary V. Ham
ford; action for divorce.
II. F. Fischer vs. Heal Gaither
etal.j action for money.
M. M. lluflbrd vs. T. J. Buford;
action for ejectment and damages.
M. M. Hufford vs. J. G. Blake;
action for ejectment and damages.
M. M. Hufford vs. Lincoln coun
ty; action for ejectment and dam
ages. How to Kill 11 Town.
An exchange gives the following
recipe for killing a town:
Buy of peddlers as often and as
much as possible.
Denounce your merchant because
they make a profit on their goods.
Make your own town out a very
had place and stab it every chance
Refuse to unite in any scheme for
the betterment of the material in
terests of the people.
Keep every cent you get and
don't do any thing of a public na
ture unless you can make something
out of it directly.
Tell your merchant that you can
buy goods n good deal cheajier in
some other town mid charge them
If a stranger comes to your town,
tell him everything is overdone and
predict a general crash in the town
in the future.
Knife every man that disagrees
with you on the best methods of
When you have anything to say
of your town, say it in such a way
that will leave the impression that
you have no faith in it.
l'atronie outside newspapers to
the exclusive your own, and then
denounce them f.r not being as
large as the city p ix:rs.
If you are a meichant don't ad
vertise in the home papers; buy a
rubber stamp and use it . It mny
save you a few dimes, and make
the paper look as if it was printed
in a one horse town.
If you are a farmer, curse the
town where you tiade as the mean'
est place on earth. Talk this to
your neighbors, make them think
the business men are robbers and
theives. It will make your proper
ty much k' valuable but you don't
A temporary injunction has been
sued out by D. C. Sherman restrain
ing the location of the Soldier's
home at Roseburg, as decided upon
by the locating board. The claim
is made that under tiie constitution
all state institutions must be locat
ed at Salem. If this be true, it is
high time that the constitution be
There is one great trouble among
growers of small fruits, They tty
to grow too many to the acre and
then crowd them. Solid rows of
blackberries, raspberries, currents
and eveii strawberries are not as
good as when placed in hills either
for bearing or withstanding the
droughts. The canes in raspberries
and blackberries should also be few
and cut down to at least five feet
high. These facts have been fully
demonstrated in Oregon by many
growers, such as Seth Lewelling,
the venerable nurseryman of Mil
waukee, who has been enlarging on
berry growing for 30 years. -Pacific
T.nst Mondav nieht the steamer
Hoag w ent to Corvallis with an ex
cursion party from Albany. The
boat remained there on hour, and
about 150 Corvallitcs joined the
party on the return trip. It was
very dark at the landing, and in
some manner Carey Crawford, of
Albany, a young niuu about 30
years of age, stepped o(T the wharf
into the water. The cry of "Man
overboard" created some excite
ment, .and in the jostle of the cro wd
two others were pushed into the
water'. These were rescued,. but
young Crawford's body sank out of
sight. The body has not yet been
Hon. Bingcr Hermann, the rep
resentative fr the first Oregon dis.
ivi. t in congress, announces that
two vacancies aic soon to occur in
the United Stales naval and United
States military academy at Annap
olis, Mti., and West Point, N. Y.,
respectively, and that ho has been
re.iiesud by Uie secretary of the
navy, to nominate a cadet to An
napolis, and by the secretary of the
war to nominate a cadet to West
Point. Any young mnn can com
pete in a competitive examination
who is an actual resident 'of this
congressional district. Mr. Her
mann will appoint au examining
board to meet the first week in June,
probably at Salem, to whom he will
submit such applications as have
been made to him before June 1st,
from young men who. are eligible
to apply for the army or navy ap
pointment. The application for
permission to stand the examination
must be made to Mr. Hermann, at
Roseburg, Oregon, and must state
the cadetship which he desires to
contest for, For the navy cadet
ship the applicant must be between
15 and 20 years of age, physically
sound, of good moral character, of a
minimum height of five feet and be
well versed in common school
brandies. .For the military actv
demy cadelshlp the applicant must
be between 17 and 22 years of age,
at least five feet iu hight, of good
moral character; and must pass a
very rigid physical examination.
The applicant must be an actual
bona lidc resident of the first con
grcss'ional district of Oregon,
The following Is a summary of
Ihc weather for the month of April
as taking at the observing station al
Elevation 40 feet; mean tempcra
lure 36 j; maximum tenitimtur
on 25th, 65; minimum temperature
on 71I1, 28; mcau of maximum tem
perature 48; mean of minimum
tcmtierature 41! number times'
minimum temperature 33 degrees
or below 3! number times minimum
temperature 40 degrees or below 121
Total precipitation u.3 Inches)
greatest precipitation in 24 conse'
cutive hours, on 8th .21 Inches,
Prevailing direction of wind, south,
Number (J partly cloudy days, 9I
number of days on which ,oi or
more of precipitation fell, 54: nuin
er of days on which .04 or more of
precipitation fell, 13. Date on
which hail fell, 3rd! date of th un
der storms 3rd; date of light frost
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