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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

Mil i ne 3 DEADER f on want to f tnrrilti 0 BS$B 1 leader! V' f $ You don't get 88 Vbiume VI. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN 10UNTY. iifenatnr rjieareiieiitative, ;p Judge T ' ' ifarer (il superintendent Tol. Carter K. K. Lake J. 0. Stearns !l. F. Jones (Jeorge I,andis .1. L. Hyde S. li. Irvln Z. M. Derrick Hurley Luti T. M. Coombs chMK Williams F. A. Godwin k, yor fcaiiissloiiere J h-Jnty Commissioner Court meets on Wed LV'i! alter the Hint Monday in February, n iiv . ini,.V,ar anil liafiMntiMl ,ri, June, .i.ki w "" t" ;Tium' covut. InAtra tfT:::::r.:::i- ( (Art convene" on 4th Moiiuay 111 juiy aiiu tmrth Miniaay in juu.j . I CITY OK TOLEDO. B. F. Joneil B,'miflr h.Oeulli.Ker ; Marshal t & Fish I- li I'nwnn. .. ) ftiowell... TUlotson, U. Suirn... ad Stanton,. Aldermen ft itorl YVallim, Council meets on the llrl Motiuay evening in bncJi mon in TOLEDO PRECINCT. ice of the 1'eace .1. A. Hall J. C.Altree stable NEWPORT. .,iec of the Peace eo. F yiveier V,,dlSlltU.V, .luf-Ho..' of tl YAQl'INA t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

, 'I ! t! Lineoln County Leader J. F. STEWART. PublUher. TOLEDO OREGON Comprehennlve Itevlew of the Important Happening nrthel'aat Week Culled From the Telegraphic Column An Ottawa dispatch says tlio house of commons rushed tiie Yukon mil way bill through committee in lens than half an hour. A clause in the bill provides that a majority of the direct ors of the road must be British. The bill now stands for a third reading. The Wolff & Zwickcr iron works of Portland, Or., have received an Older irom me secretary or inn nnvv tn rnuh work on the three torpedo boats they are now building, with all noxsihln speed. By working night and day the 22-knot boats Davis and Fox can be made ready for service in three months. General Superintendent MoGuirehas announced that largo gangs of men are at work all along the line of the Astoria & Columbia Itiver railroad, and only 11 miles of rails are yet to be laid. The last spike will bo driven about April 1, with appropriate ceremonies. The m...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

p J Describes the Terrible Con I dition in Cuba. ROGRESS OF RELIEF WORK The Senator Telia of the Awful Bnfler- Ing From Starvation of the Keeon trados Vlctiuia of Spanish Misrule. Washington, March 18. Senator "Proctor, of Vermont, who returned last (Sunday from an extended trip to and khrough the island of Cuba, this after hioon made a statement to the senate of lliia observations on the island. From jnany points of view the statement was Remarkable. It had evidently been fmost carefully prepared. Every ele Iment of sensationalism had been studi ous!? eliminated frm it, and erfopt "jfar as the facts reoited were sensation ail, it bore nut the slightest evidence of )an effort to arouse the publio mind, al fready keenly alive to the condition of yiffairB on the island, j Calm and dispassionate to a notable tdegree, the utterances of the senator caroused a breathless interest. Every person within the sound of his voice vas convinced that he was putting his f' 'wervations into careful ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

FROM THE STATE CONVENTION. Portland, Oregon, Wednesday eveneing, Special to tbe Leader The reform forces of the State of Oregon, as represented by the dem-1 ecrats, populists and free silver re publicans are deliberating in seper ate sessions at 6 o'clock this even ing. Tbe hotels are full of dele gates from all the counties of the slate, and the air is full of polilics. The interest in the outcome of the convention is intense. The con ventions are remarkable for the ab sence of p-oxies. In the democrat ic convention every county is repre sented and but very few proxies were present. The populist con vention is equally well represented, wnile the free silver republicans have delegates here representing twenty-five out of the thirty coun ties of the state. There is a strong union sentiment everywhere. In the democratic convention the sentiment for a union of the Silver forces is unimous, and the same is true of the free silver re publicans. The only discord is from a very small minor...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

Notice for Publication. Kiuid I mice ftt r.o;biir, Oregon, February Tth, In'.-S. VoTicr in in:i;i:r.Y ciykn that the foilowinL'-imnied settlor m lilcM notice oi his intention l make liiml inm in sispp .irt of his cli'.im, innl ti'iit sil nrooi will be made le f.rt It. F. Jones, rnimty Clerk of Un-o!n t-otui-iv. Oregon, ut Tlt-.U i, Oregon, ttu March iiih, l:V.iS, vi,;: Johan II. lioysen, on H. E. No. 8,036, for lot k. s'MMioii lots -1 ami "), section ; lots 3 nn! 4, inul iii'i'i.s x-2 ol noriliwesi f4 action ll, township 1-', south", riuitfo west. lie ntiic the loliowin-' witnesses to prove his 4'ontinuoitJ rv iuonee niton ami euitivntiou of Mii-1 'am!, viz: retries U. Kvnns, t.i U tit- ana tu'io .muioui, oi luiewaier, oru K. M. VKATOH, Renter. Administrator's Notice. In the Comity Cuurt of the State of Oregon, for Lincoln county. In the matter oi the estate of James Hatnar, ileceaseil. Notice is hereby tflven th:;t the nntleriencfl hits been upnoiiitel tulmini -tralor orthees ttite...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

Ill f ! ! f'i i ; Mi ' t 1 V. i" '(I Pi REPRIEVE. 4 1 1 I f V V rul.Lu MIEN-Good-by "No Au rovolr." The Kill, Ada d'Arenville, giggled, tli hnndsom's doors closed with a hang anil with a muttered direction to the driver Dick Fenwick turned on his heel and re-entered the restaurant where he and Miss d'Arenville had dined together for the last time Hor to Mr. Feu wick's marriage not with Miss d'Arenville of the Alcazar, It may be wild. The power which rmn men exercise over women, and women of different classes, is wonderful, Fenwick's popu larity Willi Ihe actress had as its basis her lear of lilin ,auil also his treatment of her, at one time caressing anil at an other violent, which, to her mind, ar gued that he was n man amongst men, her experience of men previous to Fen wick being continual compliance on their part to her win. which, she had found monotonous. With his fiancee Fenwick, who was marrying her solely for the almost boundless wealth her father had left her, proceeded on ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

Every Package of Schillings Best tea is a sample. Your money back if you don't like it. ABOUT MINES AND MINING. Alaska Gold 111 Itrlution to Alleeting IMiuea. "What effect will the new gold yield have upon prices?" in a question which is heina debated by statesmen and financiers. The North American Ke view treats the subject at length and draws the deduction that even though the Alaska yield is enormous it will not affect prices to any noticeable de gree. It reasons that there are too many avenues open to the use of gold its monetary use, use among the arts and the foreign demand for it to ever chanire prices. The article says: With a gold production for 1897 esti mated at $240,000,000, it is evident that the new goldfields will have to prove exceptionally productive in or der to add a great percentage to the world's annual supply of gold. If they should yield 100,000,000 per year, carrying the totarannual production to 1300,000,0000, they would still be adding only 25 per cent to t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1898

r. 1 . LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER j, K.KTKWAIIT.Mitor 11111 Proprietor. Subscription Rates: One year, - S10 Six months, -75 Three months, - - -5 Entered at the pinlollice av Toledo, Oregon, an seooii J-clH mail matter. Advertising rate" made known on application Business 1o:'h1 will be inserted In these col umns at live cents per lino per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act as uitenl lor the Lkaukb. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. ... . .. , i. r - All wool lvalues veals nunu'.j"! to close out $i. Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. New goods ariving almost daily no old shopworn trash, at Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. Geo. Chambers came over from Siletz Monday returning Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rite Dedrick and Grandma Rosebrooks left last Tnes day for Palo Alto. California, going by the way of the Southern Pacific. Mr. Dedrick expects to work at his trade in that place. They expect to return to th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

SP I' (f-ff$'lt''ff Read The S lEADER S If you want to Si ' get If you don't Read 'HE LEADER You don't get $ The News, THE NEWS. 37 rt art' 8 Volume VI. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. Joint Senator Joint Representative, Comity Jmlgo Clerk ttherift Treasurer rohool Superintendent Surveyor - Assessor Coroner ' Commissioners J Tol. Carter E. It. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Land Is J. L. Hyde 8. O. lrvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin County Commissioners Court meetB on Wed nesday after the first Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December. '. CIRCUIT COURT. Hun. J. C. Fuiimluu, Juue W. K. Yates Pros. Attorney 'Sourt convenes on 4th Monday In July and tourth Monday in January, of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. t.'F. .lonos Mayor II. Denlinger . : Recorder M. J. Allphin Marshal T. P. Fish Treasurer c.ll. Crosno f.-...-! i'. I,, (lowell I c.. i,. 1 1 loison i Aldermen . M. null l , . F -;d Stanton,. Albert Waugn .' Council meets im t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

? Tfri 1 i V&MivvWz: yl .v ' ri-if f'C 1 1 -i TT-ANi: CltKKK was K. crossing on tlie .S. railroad C. Kail- --TUinl. JllMtllt Iwii nill..s fiN.m fl... divisional terminal at Mercer. It was lu tin- mliLst of ii scrubby pine forest, with ii sandy roal crooking out from tli trees on one side and Into the trees on the otlii-r. There were only two or three houses, a little general store with a porch like the visor of a military cap, Dtnl a sehoolhousc, all arranged In n Scraggy row along tin- railroad tr.-iok- A dozen trains whirled rhroiigh Kane Creek every dav with onlv a shriek of greeting and a whipping wake of tine sand. (Inly two of them paid the slight-! est attc-nilou to the jrlrt In a blue nz- ham dress who stood in the little old fcrvatlou window. One of them was the way freight, which stoppis! at Kane every time It came along while the conductor handed the (r!rl n bundle of yellow pacrs and revived another' like It In return. The other was the Ultfht express, westward lniun...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

DON'T BE FOUNDERED. Ve blanket a horse in the warmest weather ufter a hard drive if he is to stand ln his stall. We take viulent exercise and rilo hard manual labor, and very many take no precaution against sudden cooling off. In case of the horse, '. he chills, he will be if Hindered. In cuse of men and women 'who anvforgetful of the consequences, they 4v ill sutler soreness and stitl'nesa from head ,itn foot. If we are thus foiyetful, we need inot be so of the fact that St. Jacobs Oil.used ;in a case of the kind, is one of the best and Ssurest cures. A good rubbing relaxes the f stiffened muscles und puts the joints to f work again iu. good order. In this season 3 of spurts none who enjoy them ought to be J without a bottle of the Oil. ' MilfclnB Cows by Machinery. I By means of a newly-designed ap-' partitas nlj the cqws in n dairy can be I milked at Cilco, a vacuum tank being connected by pipes with air-tight pails near each animal, with flexible rubber tubes for attachment to t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

THEY DON'T WANT THE OFFICES, A cry goes up from the repulican press of the state protesting against the unwarranted and unreganerate action of the union people in act ually nominating candidates for office in the various counties where they have united. They are great ly scandalized over this action of the reform forces, and very vehe mently characferize it as a "scram ble fcr office." Our friends of the G. O. P. seem to think that the re form people should be content to fight for principle and should qui etly hand the offices over to the re- publicans all, the same .'as the gold democrats. Such action would no doubt be very pleasing to the repub licans, and would remove their deep seated aversion to uuion or fusion, whichever they prefer to call it. But much as the reform forces would like to satisfy and gratify their republican friends we fear that they will not go to the extent evidently desired of them. There is a deeply rooted belief in the breasts of these reform people that i...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

Notice for Publication. f Land Office at Roscburg, Oregon, March 9, 18U8. Notice In hereby given that the following named pettier has tiled notice of his in'ention to make tinal proof in support of hia claim, and that said proof will be made before B. P. Jones, Clerk of Lincoln county, at Toledo, Oregon, on April 28, lMt, viz: EZRA E. HAM.MER8LY.on H. E. No. 8,083, for Lot 12, section 7; lxts 3 and 4, and north of northeast 'i of section 18, township 14, south, range S, west. ile names the following witnesses to prove continuous residence upon ana cultivation Rirl land, viz: Fiord B. Cants, and David M. Cents, of lsea, Oregon, Austin M. Taylor, of Box, Oregon, and Ouorge Hoover, of Tidewater, Oregon. R M VEATCH, Register. Administrator's Notice. Iri the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Lincoln county. In the matter of the estuto of James Hatnar, deceased. Koike is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed udminlstrator of the es tate of .lames Hamar, dece Bed. AH ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

Lincoln County Leader J. F. STEWART. Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON Comprehensive Review of the Important Happening of the Pant Week Culled From the Telegraphic Columns An explosion occurred at the Mano-' wan coul mine near Monongahola City, Pa. Two men' are known to have boon killed. Five were injured, and from 15 to 25 are said to be entombed in the mine. An explosion toon placo at Ban Rafael, Cal., at the- United States smokeless powder works, whioli result ed in tho death of two men, Charles A. Jul, Charles r.L employed in tho material room. Two buildings wuro completely destroyed, and the roofs torn oil tho other build ings close by and windows broken for miles around. A Havana dispatch allegos that Captain-General Blanco and General Man terola have notified tho Madrid govern ment that they will resign their ofllccs if tho Spanish torpedo fleet is to he do tained at tho Canaries in ohedioncu to tho demand of President McKinley. Captain Eulato, of tho Vizoayu, is also alleged to have ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

win Ship- Was Blown Up By a Floating Mine. RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT FIXED Bimiu Notified of the Findings of the Naval Court Madrid Kefuses to lte call the Torpedo Flotllln and I Actively Fortifying Porto Rico. Washington, Maroh 28. The court of inquiry appointed to investigate the cause of the Maine disaster has report ed that the loss of the battle-ship was due to an outside explosion. Tho etato department, by direction of the presi dent, has cabled Minister Woodford, at Madrid, to notify the Spanish govern ment of the conclusion. The president and his cabinet ad visers held two extended sessions today, one at 10:30 A. M. and another at 8:30 P. M., at which the roport was consid ered in detail. Mombers of the cabi net stated after the meetings that the discussion was of a grave character, and that never since the wrecking of the Maine has the situation seemed bo critical. The Spanish government has oabled officially to Washington that the Span ish naval commission holds the disas ter ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 1 April 1898

A CEISIS EE ACHED. i. f. STlWABT.JUltar sa Proprietor. The latest Spanish news is to the effect that Presidant McKinley has LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER J- L. Allen was down from Elk City Wedensday; U'm. Watkins was no from Ya- Sttbscription Rates: i quina Wednesday. One year, ... $1.50: Meander Parks, of Elk City was notified Spain that war must cease Six months, - - - .75". , , ... , , ' r Three months, - - to. Toledo Wednesday, j at once in Cuba, and that the recon- ! 1 Chauncy David and Antone j centrados must be allowed to return 1 52rMS ,ntad-0w-" , Selsic brought in two loads of hogs j t0 their home3 and their peaceM 1 irom tne aueiz, Monaay. AiiTenljln? r mtii inowa on application C. C. Kubler has purchased two He will probabl , BnIn To mis wfTT b inwrwif in these mi- '' Tnf of VrVpit b run nntil orriere.1 dis,minai. ' ; erect buildings on them 0 crj-poitmwrinLtnnotn)antyijiitiiori2 i Tom Horning left Wednesday i toaetainjenWorthe L,ira. : , I morning for the Siletz where he ex j p...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 April 1898

( If you don'tgj Read $ the leader $ You don't get $ X ! r oad The 'U ieaderJ If you want to 5 1 cet Independent "in oil tlairxgs, KTe-u.trg,l in Mothing. Volume VI. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, April 8, 1898. Number 5. I DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTI. ANOTHER. .mint Senator j,,;nt Representative, ( . ,inty Judge r ork v.ieriff Ti assurer . iiool Superintendent Surveyor coroner Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde S. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Luts T. M. Coombi Chug. Williams F. A. Godwin uiraissloners Lunty Commissioners Miav alter luo iiia. .uK7 1? - - . April, June, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. J. C. Fullerton lJ":"ii,S; W.E.Yate Conrt convenes on 4th Monday in July and fowth Monday in January of each year. ' ....... ma mt vnn nl.Jon. iieXr J'!Pmu Treasurer T. F. risn, . . . I!. B. Crosno, c. 1. Gowell,, C.l.1 Aldermen Tillotson L. II. Starr Fred Stanton, llhari WAIirh " Council meets on the first Monday evening in each ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 April 1898

Ltoeoln County Leader ENGULFED BY A FLOOD. J. F. BTKWAKT. Publisher. TOLEDO OR KG ON Comprehenalve Review of the Imi Happeulnga ortbel'aat Week Culled From the Telegraphic Column The Brut mining and irrigation con gross over licid in the Pacific North west met in Baker City, Or., Tuesday. Much intorest was manifested and nu merous delegates attended. A Cairo dispatch says: It is an nounced that tho gun bouts and Anglo Egyptian troops attacked Shendy .Sat urday, destroyed the forts, captured quantities of grain, cattle and ammu nition and liberated over COO slaves. Tho dervishes lost 160 men. There were no casualties on the Anglo-Egyptian sido. A Luiiuuii uiopulcii nays the situa tion in the far East is considered gloomy and unsatisfactory, and there is deep discontent here over the results ' of Lord Salisbury's diplomacy. The belated movement of the British fleet in Chinese waters has caused as much uneasiness in financial circles as satis faction among other classes. This ap- ' pre...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 April 1898

siiijiii m End of Reeoncentration in the Island of Cuba. ANCO ANNULS FORMER EDICT latest Order Liberates AH the Suffer ers of the Island Spain Weakening Greatly Under Pressure. Havana, April 2. Captain-General Blanco has issued an important decree, dated March SO, and published this morning, in which he directs the end of reeoncentration in the four western provinces, Pinar del Rio, Havana, Ma tanzas and Santa Clara. The preamble sets forth that the pacification of the eastern provinces having been considerably advanced by the combined action of arms and the natural effect of the establishment of autonomy in giving security to the country, making possible the advance ment of the sugar, tobacco and food crops; it also being near the time when the minor plantings give the means of living to the laboring classes and peasants; also believing the time has come to resume the normal condi tions in the towns and villages, to do away with the cause of suffering among the people, to remove so...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 8 April 1898

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. Mea Whom The Union Forces have Named For Office. JVm.R. King; the nominee of the three union parties for the office of govemo ; is a native of Washington, having been born six miles from Walla Walla, on October 3, 1864. His father was a Washington pio neer and a prosperous fanner -of that state. Young King remained on the farm until 18 years of age, when he entered the agricultural at Corvallis, graduating with high honors three yeaTS later. On July 28, 1891. -Mr. King graduated in law from 'the Central Normal col lege at Danville, Indianna, and re turning to the coast, opened a law at Vale, the county seat of Malheur huercounty. In 1892 he was elected representative to the Oregon legis lature from Malheur county on the democrat?? ticket, but after the sess ion of 1892 severed his connection wih the democratic party aid affil iated with the populists. In the election of 1894 he was the populist nominee for joint senator for Baker and Malhenr counties, and was ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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