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C. 11. Crnsno 1
Ii. I'. ltlne I
B. F. Jones I
r;eunre I-iei-lis .
Henrv Jteiilinirer :
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- T. K. rurker !
Jks. Kussell I
.1. o. Stearns
M. I.. Truf(. !
Tol.KDo I'UKl IXfT. '
Justice of the l'eut-o
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A. Ah roe
CHi'I.CHF.S A XI (SOCIETIES.
fcilDST t.t'T!TS.-Ml-. every Mrsl Sui;'iiiv t
T in e:o'h mo:'.th. h 1 1 11. in. it-.til n:si. on ihe j
kit: orijii v 1 rei'i'l i iir I ho iilnvn Siiii.Jh,- .r'ti I
m.. in theTolHo I'lit.lio 11:0.1. I.. i ' Htitierl I
ST. .h WIN'S HVlwn Mn.te-teiit Kpis.j-u1..
lM ine service the ifiinl p!i'l..y nt ever-.
Tnonth. at 11 h. in. AH urc invite! t- tutetni.
Kev. thus, liomh. Mii.'iiury. kesplem-e.
"Krctorv," NeH.rt. Or.
IO. O. F. Tnle-lo I.oiltfe, N'n. ls. iet
every 1'ri'lnv tuetiinjr tit their hull in thi-
town. J. I., l.ntz. N. .1. s. tuiiiher. Sec y.
IO. ii. T. Mceis overv Thnr--l.iv even in tr,
7::x o'clnck. in (inuiv. hit'!. !lii' town. C.
B. t'rnsno, c. T. Beihers, He-Toi-i w.
FA.'rtml I. t'.- T..!ei.. I" . NV. :-. Meets
cverv sati.i'i.n v even inir. '''.:"!,. i:i .rinlv'
hall In this t: ?T. All tVV'.M.er;: t' l 1 i 0 ' C'l ' 1 1 1
at ten!. T. T. !.ci-Ur. l'r-.i.m : ...... ..iliro.
Toledo Meat Market,
Fresh and Curenieas
OF ALL KIXDS.
Toledo, - - Oregon.
Vlt. Jus. Jtobcytaoii,
On and after April ist, will make
regular daily trips between Toledo
und Newport and way landings.
Low Freights and Fares. See
lime for leaving on Uulletin at
T. J. liuforcl, Prop.
; JOHN LEUENBERGER,
1500TS and SHOES.
j Repairing Xeatly Dune.
j Yaquina, - - Oregon.
Jt A. HALL,
' Justice of the Peace,
DeeN. t,v--,. hUl all kin.N L-al MM-e"
Kiven tu all liiwhif.- v.: r n.y cire.
n: c. sm:i'Ai;i),
Resi'.Ience, Stanf ml. Oeiron. !
i ' s j
I Husines in any c,urt in Lincoln'
County promptly and carefu'.Iv at- i
tended u. ' ' !
Oregon Pacifio Railroad.
i K. V. HADLKY, Receiver.
Xl r-t Lliie-'jiil.'k l.int,h-l.w Iruwht
twe"ii H il.niuftt.- VMluv ,.,,nti. mi-! .-n j
I r!!i- -f .. i
WCUAX STKAMKk SAI1.1.(,S.
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GEN ERA U IERCHANDISE,
Flour and Food, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Dry Goods. Clothing, Gents'
Caps, Rubber and Oil Clothing.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Cigars and Tobacco, Fruits and Confectionery.
Yaquina City, Oregon.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS,
Trendy M;ule Clotliiii"-, "Itc.
Oai CunLiujiuis will umi ouv slock complete in all lines and are solila
THE LEADER, only $1:50
Doa't rosl WithJakes
If yourself or frieiufs wish to be cured of
Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine
or Tobacco habits, seek only the Genuine
Keeley Treatment, which is the only safe,
reliable and permanent cure in existance.
Genuine Keeley Institutes, w ith most favorable
FOUENT (JHOYE and KOSFJlUiUJ;
JjST"'rite forParticnlnrs. Correspondence
DKAl.FR ill . 1
Fresh beer on draft.
A OUIKT AND ORDKRLy Rlv-i every week." "Foryourchildieu,
SORT. - j I suppose," said his visitor. "No,
Toledo, - - Oregon. for myself," was the reply. "It
is a wonderful paper."
Assignee's Notice. The announcements of The
viitii k i lii.nKiiv i.ivks ihm I'uct Mc-1 i outli s Lonipaiiion for i8yi make
D.niiriH!, ol To'iclo. I.lnooln Counli'. oreimii, ., ... , '
hH niioio u m-iiiTn! H"i-.'oinciit o( 1 1 hi .pi- ! mis story easily credible. Seldom
,'rivo.r the l-onetlt ot hfsiTeOilordtothe uii'tef-I . .
fihfu' i vs hioh mill !-U"!!ineni i m.w j-eni ir.ir i ii ever lias tt presented so various a
in the i irouit .oin o( ihe -into o( i roif. 11. f.r 1 .
i ii;,-,.in r. univ. Aii icm.ih h .I'lin 'ilium programme ol articles and stories,
:ii!iio Iho .ii'l .I'V ' 1 o ; 1 1 lire lii-i't,.- lo.ti: f.l . 'i i
ami n-.iiiiri-l to .n-nl the mif lo tin- i.ioli-i- or SO biTlivlllg iJlnt ol fllllllenl COll-HL-Hi-I.
mi'ler onth. nt L.lflo. loini'., n u-l "., , T. ,
Mute ort-.nid. within tiree iiioiuh. ir.im the uiouiors. it never ceases to be a
,1V.Kti"i'i'hi.iithii)-iii i-, l ; young leojile's pajicr; but it long
A " k"''rie. i since lifted itself to be also a most
WATCH MA K Kit,
Watches Cleaned and Repaired.
All work Guaranteed.
Toledo, - Oregon.
IN T'lK ''ol Mfl ori;l' of I IN
1 . "Ck'-i-S
--"i;i 1. i, iii rc .', nivfn 'ha' ijii
w .In ! v n'.-';!i;tl by I he ' !
1 ' il V
Mill! 1' ' . 'lit ol
r ol ihe -irtte
I i'i siin i oui.ty, ttrev n. ee-ut
. f Mm:'- IV fi" Ii' "I ii'l'l
Ail --rfc-l., h' liilf r.ailioi -ni"l il fr.tMie
- h'Ti-'i, n.'ir r-l t" i rtitit tbfiii 'lul. irri
' 'he iiii'lf-fitfie-l l hf rvMrw' In I-"ik
1 orr--n. within B.v I'loii'hf Iroin tbUl
.if ihi- n-'li-f
lot-l l 1olo. orexoti. thl. ' th 'Inir of June.
J. H. i.i:vi
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday,
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Hll.t r AN UHKIIl UK UK.
A novelist and editor whose name
is a houseljold word in America and
i'iii8'po,";reient''. renjnrkeil," a. a
iriend found him amid a pile of
newsspapers, "The only periodical
I read through is The Youth's Com
panionand I read that through
versatile, instructive and faeinnting
! paier for all the family. One of
1 the marked features this coming
; year is the appearance of seven '
i successful from' which the famous ' M'-'.iu-.vliiie the
' prizes of $0;$:y) were awarded. Xo ! "er!y fails to a
', less than 2,153 stories eoinpeted for 'l"1''"1 " tin
' these prizes;- The regular ' Vvery-' ti e theat'emj--day"
stories of The Companion w ill l" collect taxes of
be contributed by over 100 atitliors, !' property, t!
allofther.i popular, and soui-: of incoriet tin -. of
them the best -rtory-ivritei's i-i f !' 1'iriit. i n.-ir l
Anieriee. Only $1.75 a year. v- '' i-
Thh Youth's Gomi-amhv, .-.Lly ansv er ' ie
Oakland, Oregon, had a $V,o
fire last Saturday night.
A C0IJV VLL1S J5.VXK IU USTS. 1
The r.ank of Hamilton, .lob &!
Co. I'lost's. i
Quite a riiui'.e of excitement was '
caused in local financial circles last
Saturday by the announcement of
the closing of the banks of Hamil
ton, Job & Co., at Corvallis ami
Yaquina. The closing of the bank
was not precipitated by a run upon
the bank but was closed for the
reason, so -nssionetl, th.u tliev had!
not enough numev to mv dc'posi-i
tors. At six o'clock Frid.iv even-!aro
iug a suit was filed in the 'district j 00,u''01 or l'lV'u'' -'l' o! uvul
court at Corvallis by U. R. Job vs. Ful" Ule ioruKr woui : ;l '
Zephin Job to dissolve the partner- ,VcL ,m,lc Ul '"ucr !l' i,uil,1
ship existing between them. The j in 1(1 u c.UKvtion i.i KaMei n Ore
complaint alleges that o,vim; to the j '011, a'"' is vl ViU'' l!ut 1,10
condition f the mon.w Liatket ,iui I
firm has been co.npollo 1 to -it-peui
business, for lack of
asks for a roceivt-r lo
business. Tile asset.-
in ' tip their
of the firm
$2$i,ooo and consists
lrj ,ioiti I ' 'l'"etl C 4 i'v o'iii'tc tin
Ucnton county an 1 elswhcre,
receivable and cash on hand. Of
the latter there is only about S 1 5 , -
mm. Tlie liabilities are about
$200,000 of which ij;itv.M are in
deposits. 15y this it will he. seen
that at the present time the de
positors will realize very little on
their deposits, The depositors ate
scattered nil Over Heuton and Lin.
coin counties. It is rumored that
the treasurer of Kenton county had
$;.p,ooo on deposit at the bank hi
Corvallis. The treasurer of Lincoln
county had about $575 on deposit
at Yaquina while-Sheriff Landis had
abont $400 in drafts and checks
against the banking firm.
J. R. Hryson, the "well-known
lawyer; of Corvallis, was nppointed
receiver with bondu fixed at $50,
ocxi, and .will wind. up the business
of the firm.
Owing to. its. close connection
w kh the rAifioad comnanv and its
waning fortunes the bank has been
Arising itie confidence of the people
and the business, became unprofit
able. The closing of the bank pri-
cipitHted a short run on the Fbsl
National Iiank, but it was promptly
met and its officers state that the
bank is in good condition.
Ctirrirtjre Factory in Trouble.
Six attachments, aggregating
about $33! 500 have been served on
the Corvallis carriage works at
Corvallis. The attachments have
been run .by St. Louis and Portland
parties for material furnished. It
is understood that the factory will
resume work and use up material
on hand, but nothing further than
that can beasccrtained. The prop
erty will probably pass principally
into, J'or.tfaml parties' hands and
the -works vill ultimately be remov
ed to th'nt city. This is a serious
blow to Corvallis.
The NewnorLbnt. her was out to
the ranch 'of C.F. Iloefs, Wednes
day of last week, buying beef.
The families of C. II. Walker and
L. Logan returned from Portland
the 8th, where they have been for
the past two weeks, attendin;; tin
annual conference of the S. D. A.
O. F. Taylor wenttoCorvalli-,011
This term of the Stanton school
promises to be a s u cess. All par
ents living in th" district should
avail themselves 1 f the chance to
send their childre 1 to four mon'hs
of as good school ts has ever been
held in the distric .
Farmers are be
inning to harv est
v.tr our direct
ji: -'i e or inj.is
ii( !. ::'.' n inii.it'-
of Li-. coin io;in-
lorrei 1 s or
he ' el tifie 1 to x
I, tin oi-i l otii t) .
:tte '.vitiM hoa-
i : " 1 1 1 : 1 1 ;
just for politr-ii)
- v. ,
.sicKtuleylias i jeii again
nate'l by the upii ili aii i as candi-
nate lor governor of Ohio.
June 15, 1893.
1'he Kuilnvnl Ouostion.
0u u,e 2ith of this ,nonlh the
f;ncr' Hcuton county will again
offer the Oregon I'aciuc mui for
sale- I( is lloK-'. " "Hy cxpect-
ed by those who have studied the
matter closely that the m.id will
find a bona ii le purchaser at that
date. It has been intimated by
those closely eonueete 1 with the
affairs of ti.e road tlt.it there will be
three sttong bid ;er- in the held for
the purchase of the lo.t-'. The
aid lo oe nuio;is to get
attempt u iu i.e nta.le lo purciiase
the 10. in. Should : 'u l iiioii pacific
become the ownei the vast country
east of tin. C.isca k . ..otti I berapid
ly devclope i aa.l tiie i!a county
would receive a gical impi tus to
ward 01 iisviet i' . i iiile ni.
would be I'eid to lite injiosl point
under wliieh the tradie co.ild be
conirolle.t he 10.1 1 'm :! 1 still be a
great li'-vlopct . the other
hand shoul i the S I'tthern l'ticilic
get its el. itches 1 t.'.i lite Oiegou
l'actltc eiy little cnild be expect-1
ed. It would .--btquy be a a jerk
water bra ich I f ihe main line.
The Southern i'ai iii, e is 110 devel
oper of now eon. ties. It has al
ways manifested the, tumost indif
ference to the welfare of Oregon
in every particular. It has had the
richest agrn-ultuial portion of the
state clutched by the throat with a
linn giip .'orxe 'i -, a:.".! while it is
true that th,: U't'lattietie valley
would not have prospered so much
without :iiiy laiiroad, still in the
vi-.'v of th- groat help extended to
other portions of the Northwest by
other roads the situation of the
Southern l'ticilic in Oregon reminds
one givally of the octopus. It has
laid its hands on the resources of
the stale and has crushed some of
them completely out by the enor
mous traffic rate demanded. The
Oregon l'aeilie territory would gain
nothing by the purchase of the road
by the Southern l'aeilie. In fact,
as compared to the present manage
ment of the Oregon l'acific it would
lose. The cherished hope that the
road would be extended eastward
would fade as a dream. Traffic
rates would immediately raise, and
our second state would be worse
than our first.
Our greatest and highest dreanw
would b'r letdie 1, however, by the
purrhai'.e of the road by an Indepen
dent company, or one, which has
no l'aeilie terminus as yet. Then
would the country he truly devel
oped. Our lumber, our fish, and
all our products and iudustiies
would not be so gicalcly over
shadowed by the older settled anil
further devel"i e ! portions of our
coast. Yaimiiia Hay would become
what nature has designed It, one of
i "": l ,,icf 1"" N ' '"' 'c
eific coast. Wealth and population
would How in II 1 1 -4 region and our
beautiful count, v would llourish as
J. A. Yoakai'i '(.nt X,yxt pouil'ls
of milk to the Coos Hay Creamery
during !he month of May, which
was taken from 31 cows, 'even of
which arc tw o-) ear-old heifers, ami
all of .r.ided Ilolstein bleed.
j At ',' cent-- pei mo for milk
I this would make SvpMo for one
i mouth's piotiiii t, tii 511.23 per
'cow. In addition the o ner has
the increase. Can
lliolistrate the ni-ci of
on Yaquina Las any
The bandits, Kvans and Sontag
have come to the cod of their roc. jh(. promptly prose uted.
In a fu i light wi.h the law 1 1 i -! . ,t , .
c.-rs l.t 1 Tt-...- :..y So.itag was badly ! !n the m iiidanus proceedings
v. 01.1 -'e I on ; now lies in jail, v. hilejb night by Lincoln county against
i-lvan-., ihoft.'.i ,t,,i at large, is said ill . stiic-rititt-nhiii ol llentou countv
il ls ; ' o.- seriously wounded
a r 1 -: hi
si'.ii o; t .ipture is a tpies-
;iy a s.tot 1 tune.
who '.lie A I'u. 1
.1:; ei.i' ...ler
1 bauy and seem, to be all right.
v.. ,..l. tt...... - ...
'l,v ,' 11 Lio.;t;- j'ij;ii Limine l'J
time that have been calling hiin
Found A Hyinvr Door.
Last Monday afternoon, J. Y.
Hurnham, living al o tt four miles
from Toledo, heard a dug barking
in an excited manner in the direc
tion of his sheep range, and hastily
running to the rescue of his sheep
he found them - very excited but
could not see any thing of the dog
for a while but hearing a noise in
his lield of oats, and seeing that a
rail had been ktiocke 1 from the
fence, he wont lo see what was the
matter. 'He saw a dog among Ihe
tall oats, a few feet front it some
thing was struggling violently.
On going clo-er he found a deer
shot in several places, in the last
agonies of death, lie saw that the
dog belonged to a neighbor. lie
supposed the owner of the dog had
been hunting, so he sent a boy home
with the dog but found that the
dog's owner had gone to Corv allis
that morning1, so was not responsi
ble for the deer being- shot. The
heard no shots
for Mr. liurnham
Oregon's Kini' Knri'st.-
ln speaking of the display of
woods at the exposition the Woild's
Columbian Illustrated says: Oregon
has adopted an unique and practi
cal method of displaying the woods
produ ed in that state. At Jackson
Park there is a house constructed
entifcly of Oregon woods. It is
ten feel square and nineteen feet
high, and is surmounted-by an open
cupola. The body of the structure
is of yellow pine. The roof is of
red cedar shingles, and is. supported
by four doric columns. The col
umns arc of maple and are very
richly carved. The roof of the cu
pola i.i supported by four small dor
is columns of carved oak, The in
terior is finished with panel work
containing about all the woods of
the slate, among which are niiin
.auita, madrono, yew, lanral, myr
tle, ash, maple, oak, spruce, balm,
fir, sugar pine, bird's eye pine,
cherry, curly maple and alder.
The house forms the Oregon pavil
ion in the Forestry building.
It would seem that snobisin is
coming to the front in this great
republic of ours. The public have
been thoroughly naseuatod with a
new and distinct brand that has
lately appeared and is having a
violent run. The Spanish Infanta
(whatever that means) Filial ie is
just now visiting the United States
and also the Columbian exposition,
and the amount of gush and sense
less slobber that is lavished 011 her
is enough lo turn the stomach of
a bunch-grass broncho. The daily
press is full of how she eats, how
she walks, how she talks, what she
says, ttnd a lot of other senseless
twaddle that is enough to make our
illusli ions forefathers tin 11 in their
graves and emit hollow and ghastly
groans. Choke it o(T! We don't
care if she did come from the same
country Columbus did, choke it off
just the same.
The impression seems lo prevail
quite generally that one don't have
to woik his road tax unless he
wauls to, and ii good many don't
want to. Ihe idea is liable to
prove' somewhat costly to those
who disregard the road .supervisor's
notice to work the roads. Accord
ing to a test case made by Linn
county last year a man not other-
wist; exempt must either pay his
road tax in money , work it out or
go to jail. We understand that the
I various supervisors of Lincoln
than I c-jimty are instructed to either col
led work or mom from all persons
! It'll. 1,. it, tlli-M.- rti.ll -i,-t titwl ,,,,',,..'
1 ,,.irtv nTtKnc 1,. ,1,. ,.it!i,.r n...v ..-ill
t thf court dismissc 1 the case for the
reason that it was brought in the
1 wrong county. J .:w piipeis have
i.eeti liled ami aiw '.lier liiiiring will
in: had on the lot of July.
They can burst their banks, lose
! their carriage vvoiks ami beat us
.1, 1 i.C .,, i-iv.w l.i, ii,,.., ..,...'.
""." oo i.ivr-, uit au 1
tike our clam le's or huckleberry
palches. Sheriff Laudi
lii-r Klk Items.
I will once more endeavor ta
write you about the happenings on
Rig Klk. Perhaps the most not
able thing the past week was the
party at W. January's. About
dark quite a crowd having collected,
the parlor was cleared of all super
fluous furniture and the futi begun.
Quite a nice time was had until
about midnight playing different
games, in which all the girls ami
most all of the boys were kissed.
Then the Teal fun begun, the candy
was pronounced just right and wna
hastily taken off the stove and
poured into saucers and plates to
cool. Alas! someone's judgement
was at fault, the mixture was not
suflieieutly cooked, after half an
hour of patient waiting we attacked
it but most of us withdrew defeated
after a stubborn contest in which
the candy evidently had the, best of
it, it was most too thin and sticky,
we had resource to the butter plate
.Oik, uuiii 1111.11. 11m Uj no uvau, 11
stuck yet, our lingers were covered
all over and stuck together with the
sweet stuff. Finally after many
efforts we succeded in rolling and
washing it from our hands and were
then ready for new business. After
a few more games we seperated and
went our different ways well satis
lied with our evening's entertain
ment. I almost forgot to mention
the excellent pie and cake which
our hostess, Mrs. January, furnish
ed lor our relreshineiit.
' Miss Uva Mulvany came home,
on a visit Sunday. ; Her many
friends are gtad (o- welcome her
home once more. She has 1
been home foralmostayear. Such
a one is missed vviien tney leave
and gladly welcomed when they
A fool race today at the shcool
house resulted in the defeat of
Khncr Rexford, a champion foot
racer from Monmouth. Wille Jan
uary running with him, and beat
ing him badly, Willk is n native
l!ig Klker. ,
We have had a fine rain in this
..r .1 i"i. 1.. r. .
pan 01 ine eoiuiiy uie.asi lew nays,
It. has done a vast amount of good
in refreshing the thirsty grain and
gardens. Grain looks well, gardens
are growing nicely as also are tho
Mr. Dau Murphy, who lias been
quite sick for some time, lias so far
recovered so ns to be able to be out,
Mrs, Win. Mulky, who has been
sick for so long a time, is slowly
improving It is to be hood thut.-
she will soon be entirely well.
The Rexford hoys returned home
to Monmouth hist week. Flford
llarz.ee returned a day or two be
fore them. Miss Cora Grant also v
vyeut to Monmouth last week to
The parly at Mr. Grant's was not
a very great success. It lasted only
Miss F.mma Misehler, who has
been sick for some time, is so for
recovered ns to .soon be able to at
tend school. .
The attendance at the Sunday
School Sunday was rather light,
although it was. a very nice day.
People have been disapoiuted so
often lately in, regard to Sunday '
School that they do not know when
to come out. ' After this come one,
come all, we will have Sunday
School rain or shine, hot or cold,
wet or dry, do not fail to come.
Prayer meeting Wednesday nights,
all are cordially invited to come
and bring someone with -the in.
U. C. I. No.
June il, 1893,
Congressman Iiingcr Herman is
making a tour of Oregon to become
acquainted with the wants and
wishc of his constitution. We
wish Mr. Herman would come over
and lake a look at the Siletz reser-
I valion. A personal view of the
situation tllhrlll huliwi lom tA.n-1.
..av-. a ... v , iv
harder at ths coming session for
the opening of this valuable body
of agricultural and grazing land.
The Silverton Tribune is offered
for sale by Davis & .Viles, the
proprietors. The Tribune is one of
the live country papers of Marion
county county and presents a good
opening for a practical newspaper