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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 January 1897

Paper Leader. oiiimmniiiK Winter Toledo Market Beport. Eggs. fresh 30c, packed 25c. Butter, ranch 15c to 25c. creamery 55 per roll. Potatoes 40c to 50c per bu. Cabbage to ic per lb. Flour $4-60 per bbl. Bran $1 percwt. shorts $1.10 percwt. Oats 45c per hu. Whe & per bu. Parsnips $i per cwt. Carrots $10 per ton. Hay $10 per ton. Cbittem $1.50 per cwt. Is coming on and you will want Something To read during the long Winter evenings. You can get any WANTED. One hundred bush- on subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. Or Magazine of any note in the United States at reduced rates when clubbed with the CALL AND SEE ABOUT IT. OTTO O. KROGSTAD, Reg. Pharmacist. DRUGS, BOOKS Etc. Toledo, - Oregon JJ A. PARENT, 51. D., C. JL Special attention given to Dis eases of Women, and Surgery. Toledo, Oregon Jury List for 1897. County court convened yester day, all members being present. The only business done was to draw a jury list, as fol...

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. — 7 January 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. K. S I i:VA 11 1 . I'liltlMirr. TOLEDO OKKCON J. B. M'CULLAGH DEAu. HE NEWS Of 1HE WEEK Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happening! of the Pant Week Culled From the Telegraph Columns. The stramer Caranza, from Rotter dam, ia reported lost off Cape Abjoa. Biz members of the crew were saved and fifteen are missing. Police Officer Bratton was badly shot while trying to capture two bur glars in a store in Tacoma. He fired at one burglar, when another, who was watching, opened tire and shoe Bratton twice in the back of the head. He will probalby die. Eddie Chandler, about 11 years old, was drowned in Portneuf river, in Po catello, Idaho. He threw his hat on the ice and tried to got the dog to get it, and, failing in this, be went on the ice and broke through into deep water. The river was dragged and the body fonnd in about an hour. One of the last official acts of Mayor .Racier -of Lob Angeles, Cal., will be to attach hiB signature to an ordinance making e...

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. — 7 January 1897

'Resume of Events in the Northwest. Tf-i .-EVlCtl NCE OF STEADY GROWTH . Gathered In All the Town of Our NihboriiiB Stte Improve ment Noted in All Industries Oregon. The John Day flouring mill, having nound op all the wheat in sight, is iuow idle. Marion oounty's assessment lor 1890 hit already cost $7,000, and the end is not yet, says the Statesman. A colony of Illinois people will leave that state in Maroh or April, to settle in the southern part ol Yamhill county and the southern part of Polk county. Fred Kemper, of Pendleton, who won , oayose at a raffle the other day, gave the beast back to its original owner and .u.iKft him for takins the cavuae off j liva.vw - w . ihia hands. Engineer Dillman, of the Astoria railway, says that there are 400 men it work near Rainier and the Clats- kaiiie, and that two big dredgers are being ran night and day. Henry Bnoobolz. a prominent citizen of Tamarack, Uamtilla county, is burn ing chaicoal. It takes five days to burn a pit, and he has to ...

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. — 7 January 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. P. STKWAHT.Kdltor aid Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Kates: One year, ... $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postofllee at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mall matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted in these cot umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln connty Is authorlz ed to act as agent for the Leadeb. Official County Paper. LOCAL, NOTES Gowell's stock and prices are all right. Are you all right? Yes, of you trade at Gowell's. A couple of Al. Taylor's children, near Yaquina, have been down sick. S. A. Logan, the Newport mer cl'ant, was up from that place to day. Flour and feed will be sold at a low price at the store of Peter Tel lefson, Yaquina. Now is a good time to make your wants known, and trade with Gowell. For the best groceries and fresh fruit call at Peter...

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. — 14 January 1897

fouttfu Reader. icom w He ISTothiing. jumc it. iuieao. Lincoln rnunt.. ti i... - wickwii, inursaav. anuarv id. I0Q7. Number aa. I - w IF " T DIRECTOR Y. ILMOl-Ji UH'NTY. Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jonei George Landi. J. L. Hyde 8. G. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Silas Howell T. M . Coomba Chaa. Wllllimi F. A. Godwin V. Anguit, October nd December! torwentntlve, I judge Superintendent idonersl CIRCUIT COURT. C.rallrtoii ..........Judge jllH, lui. Aiwrnnj 4 Mimes on 4th Monday in July end jllontor to January oleachyaar. CITY OF TOLEDO. ...Mayor Recorder .Marshal in, i-"v::v.v:..v.v::::: rojtt(i..v Ueiumer, if"'1" V Aldermen (TUJiawii, ick aWiugh Ml meets on the Snt Monday ereninf in aonth. TOLEDO PRECINCT. J. A. Hall J. C.Altree of ike Peace able i NEWPORT, sitae Peace Geo. F. Sylvester ibie W. H. Crutchfleld j YAQUINA. rftkePear J. 8. Booth able W.L.Watkine iELK CITY, ultke Peace A. B. Clark Alex Burkhalter LITTLE ELK. Sol the Peace Chan. Henderson at Z. 8. Derrick J NASHVILLE...

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. — 14 January 1897

f . a r iwx i r I u r. ill THE T1VERT0N2 T'VE come, Judge, to nsk If you'll let me tell you wlmt no ontfon eatt!i tlon't know but me, 'lmut that bunk mystery. Yes, tliank you, I will sit down. A tire feels good ou a uight like tills. Tain't often such ns I have u ehnuce at tills kind of comfort and luxury. Wlmt do I know about the bank mys tery? Iand sakes, judge, time they opened the bank that day ten years ago and found the bank vault broke Into jiikI the wife blowed up and not a dol lar gone. I could have told It all. The Iieople or Tiverton ain't done talking Jiud wondering 'bout It yet. and there ain't never been no one llvln' as could tell what It all nivuut but me. I brought some papers here ' they a iv, Judge where It's all written down and 1 can swear to It If you like. 1 don't want them never used, though, unless I die and something comes up us would make It lieot for my family to know, though there's this In It I'd ruth er die than have 'em know. If It's all the same to y...

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. — 14 January 1897

FORTUNE IN A HAIRPIN, la Worn bj a ... 1,500 ami ! Cw" New Vork Girl, hairpins are fust anil the becoming Blrl who the " Her many companions. These , ;t any amount from $10 to f- e iianilsoinest worn in this I . 1 ,i hr n New York lady. if" . I.. 1n..tll It ill illst Sll.iHFO. - . while the npppr, or oroa- part of It measures two Inch .V it l not n pronRed affair, "L'oid-fasliioned pins, but Is what ..K..mnn miirht call a slnsle Ktiek- Tbe great cost of this trinket is t only to the profusion of the r Bitli which it is set. but also to I" . ...... lit.. Tln rare ami iiriinam iuuu. Lr part or tins Pm'" ..v,,..nslve od Is ,be M . ,, I'OSt aches, Jul TOSS. "PICK UP" FOR UNCLE SAM. Million, of Dollara of Unclaimed Money in the Treasury. There are millions upon millions of dollars In the treasury paid in from dlf ferent sources which belong to citizen of the United States. To this wealth the postofflce department, through the money order office, contributes largely. A few years back the ...

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. — 14 January 1897

WHO WILL BE OUR TOR? NEXT SENA- What will the Legislature Do on , Joint Ballot Next Monday? The legislature of Oregon con vened in its regular Bi-ennial ses sion last Monday. There is a great field of labor open to thetn, but at present there is one subject that overtops and hides every other one, and that is the election of a senator to succeed Senator John H. Mitch ell. The situation is a most peculiar one in many respects. Senator Mitchell is a candidate for re-election and so far there has not appeared an avowed candidate against him. Ordinarily this would presage an easy victory for the candidate for re-election, but it is not so in this case, as the admission is most general that Mitchell will be de feated. Another thing out of the ordinary is that at the June election when thf Vtrislntnre was elected it was generally known that Senator Mitchell was a candidate for re election, and republican members of the legislature were elected with that understanding. But things change as...

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. — 14 January 1897

Toledo Market Report. ES&s fresh 30c, packed 25c. Butter, ranch 15c to 25c. creamery.; 55 per roll. Po,atoes. 40c to 50c per bu. Cabba8e to Ic per lb. FIour $4.60 per bbl. Bran $1 per cwt. Shorts $1.10 per cwt. 0ats 45c per hu. WheEt $1 per bu. Parsnips $i per cwt. Carrots $10 per ton. Hay $10 per ton. Cbittem $1.50 per cwt. WANTED. One hundred bush els of good Potatoes on subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. THEY WANT OFFICE. Some of the Few Patriots that are Willing to Sacrifice Thler Time for the Qood of their Country and an Incidental Salary. though, there are enough extra ones at Toledo to make up for it. The list of Toledo numbers about six, as follows: Ed. Stanton, J. A. Hall, Renus Arnold, Mrs. C. G. Copeland, with the names of J. H. McNeil and Wm. Alexander also mentioned as would-be postmasters. F01 the postoffices at Elk City, Morrison and other small places in the county we have heard of no one desiring the...

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. — 14 January 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. K. HTKWAItT. Pultllilmr. TOLEDO ORKUOS IDE NEWS OF THE WEEK Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happening! of the Put Week Called From the Telegraph Column, A passegner train on the Burlington Jumped a treBtle near Omaha, and five people were injured, one fatally. William Dobbs, of Union, Or., has received the Maul prize for raining the largest table beet for 1 896. The con test was open to all growers in the United States and Canada. The prize consisted of a $50 draft The beet weighed seventeen pounds. Some boys while hunting near Pcta luma, Cal., shot a pigeon on a tree, and the bird dropped with a broken wing. A message tied to the bird's wing proved that it came from Walla Walla, Wash., four days previous. The note was addressed to a San Fran cisco firm. Important papers showing the amount due the Pacific roads sinking fund, on account of subsidies paid the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, have apparently been loBt. The senate adopted a resolution call...

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. — 14 January 1897

Resume of Events in the Norinwesi. DENCE OF STEADY GROWTH f ..h.r.rf In All the Town of f,,l u I Our Nelfbborlnr State - Improve. it Noted io A 11 Inluetrle-Ore-on. The Tigartlvillo flouring mill, in Washington county, is running full .imp and is not able to fill all orders. I i professor R. D. Williams, who was LmwI by Ed Meador, one of his pu- j ,t Prairie City, in Grant county, jtus ninoe died. I One firm in Coquille City shipped, finring Deoember last, 900 dozen of Up. The poultry shipments, too, werf quite large. )The schooner Free Trade was struck bT heavy sea while crossing the Tilla Jnook bar lately. The man at the I . , : 1 unr iKo Htainnff. wiparueuiu'iiahuJ. 1 Work on the Eanrton woolen mills fvirehouse has been stopped for the 'present owing to claims on the wharf s between the river channel and the nUce selected for the building. The logging camp of Nixon Bros., nw Peoria, in Linn county, burned lut week and all of the property in it. The Nixon Bros, were getting out lo...

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. — 14 January 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. K. HTKWAKT. Publiolior. TOLEDO ORKUON THE NEWS Of THE WEEK Comtrehnslv Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Past Week Called From the Telegraph Columns, A passegner train on the Burlington Jumped a trestle near Omaha, and five people 'were injured, one fatally. .William Dobbe, of Union, Or., has received the Maul prize for raining the largest table beet for 1896. The con test was open to all growers in the United States and Canada. The prize consisted of a 50 draft The beet weighed seventeen pounds. Some boys while hunting near Peta luma, Cal. , shot a pigeon on a tree, and the bird dropped with a broken wing. A menage tied to the bird's wing proved thut it came from Walla Walla, Wash., four days previous. The note was addressed to a San Fran cisco firm. Important pupum uiowiiig the amount due the Pacific roads sinking fund, on account of subsidies paid the Pacifio Mail Steamship Company, have apparently been lost. The senate adopted a resolution calli...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 January 1897

the Northwest. Evidence of steady growth Gathered In All the Towdi of j ,!, Neighboring Statu Improve. J ment Noted In All Industrial Oregon. The Tigardville flouring mill, in Washington county, is running full iiime, and is not able to fill all orders. I professor R. D. Williams, who was ittbbed by Ed Meatlor, one of his pu pil,!, at Prairie City, in Grant county, ,b8 since died. j One firm in Coquille City shipped, ioring December last, 900 dozen of j.ggg. The poultry shipments, too, were quite large. i The sohooner Free Trade 'was struck ' by heavy sea while crossing the Tilla jmook bar lately. The man at the wheel was injured and the steering- . demolished. nWork on the Bandon woolen mills ffftrenOuHO liua own Biuppeu ur uie ' present owing to claims on the wharf : between the river channel and the I place selected for the building. ) The logging camp of Nixon Bros., 'near Peoria, in Linn county, burned last week and all of the property in it. The Nixon Bros, were getting out lo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 January 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. r. STEWAKT.Kdltoraid Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon. Subscription Hates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, - - . .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the poatoftice at Toledo, Oregou, as ovt.v)iu-i;ioBa iijmi waiter. Advertising ratea made known on application RnsltiAM Intali ulll v.. . a i.. .1 " : , , , iiibcikiu in bUCBV 1(11- umna at Ave cents per line per week, and will ww.uu uuvil urilcrCU UlSL-UUlinUeU Every postmaster in Lincoln county Is authorli lui but, UB1UBB, Official County Paper, LOCAL, NOTES M. L,. Glass was down from Big Elk last Tuesday. Mrs. A. E. Ammerman and two children are quite seriously ill. A social dance was held in the new bakery buildiug last Monday night. Capt Wicklund, of the life-saving t?.t?on, was up to Toledo last Friday. Wm. Alexander returned from last Kings Valley and Corvallis Saturday. Hood's pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Geu tle, reliable, sure. Hon. B...

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. — 21 January 1897

Kiitcoln Volume IV. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. Tol. Carter E. K. Lake J. O. Stearin B. F. Jones George Lumlis J. L. Hvde H. . Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz , T. M. t'onmtiH Cha. Williams F. A. Godwin Joint Bepre""""""-! 'nunrj juu6c sheriff Treasurer - " school Superintendent Purveyor Aisessor Coroner -! Commissioners I " lent County rommispiniiers Court meets on Wed nesday after the tlrst Monday in February, ipril June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon J. 0. Fullerton Judge W.E. Vfttes I'ros. Attorney Court convenes on 4th Monday In July and fourth Monday In January of each year. CITY OF .TOLEDO. H F. Jones : Mayor j F.Stwart Recorder -Marshal .1. 0. Kroifstad IV H. Alexander 0.0. KroHstau, A. T. Peterson, Aldermen It.DecmcK, .... Lester Waugh : . J Council meets on the first Monday evening In each month. " TULKDO. i'HlXUNCT. " jnttiee of the l'eace J. A. Hall Constable J.C.Altrte NEWPORT. Josiioeof the Peace Geo. F. Sylvester ConslHble,...' ...W. H. Crutchiield "...

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. — 21 January 1897

- FROM the Mowrie house one saw a stretch of rugged, wooded country, with a slender looking railroad bridge spanning the gorge be tween two hills. The tops of the high pine trees, which grew down in the valley below the cliffs, reached nearly 1o the rails of the bridge, and It was a thrilling sight to see the trains crawl nlong in the air over the tree-tops, twist about like a serpent, and then thunder uvu I iie slope on I lie lelt side il Hie ridge. Hut the passing trains had another Interest for the young Mo'.vries be Hidcs this picturesque one. Nov,' and then a passenger threw a newspaper nut of tlie window, and to Alvlra : nil little lame Hiram such a "lind" was always acceptable. Since her mother's death the lioiiso liold duties and the care of Hiram had devolved on Alvlra, preventing her from taking advantage of I lie short Hrhool term. .Mr. Mowrie was employ ed on one of the river boats, and his trips often compelled liim to remain a way from home for three or four weeks at a...

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. — 21 January 1897

Grent Herrmann Could Not ( lusrcle with Death. The 1e tlifnlrli'iil world and the 'thou tamls who had witnessed bis wonder ful art were shocked by the news that Prf. Alexander Herrmann, the great . jrosricinn. had (bed suddenly, lie was "JsSiis private car on the Buffalo, Koch- ester and IMttsburg Uiiuroad and was PnOF. HERRMANN. going from Rochester to Bradford, Pa., where he was to Rive a performance that evening. At Ellicotvllle, Cattarau gus County, it was found that he was ill. A physician was called, but Herr mann was dead before he arrived. Up to that time he was in the best of health, having played In Rochester the night before. Heart trouble was the cause of death. The name of Herrmann in connec tion with conjuring is over a century old, the art having been passed from father to son and from brother to broth er. Alexander was born In Paris HO years ago. Ills father was a distin guished German physician, but his knowledge of magic equaled that of medicine. His oldest son, Ca...

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. — 21 January 1897

The Victor and the Spoilt. In the recent election over 13, 60,000 votes were cast, and of the 7,065,000 who voted for the win ning ticket probably a million have hopes, more or less defined, of get ting offices under the new adminis tration. At the lowest calculation these office-seekers will number hundreds of thousands, and the worst of it is that they do not realize that, with very few exceptions, their strivings and their efforts will be more than wasted, ior not one in a hundred of them will get a place. It is curious to find that the people generally have yet to recog nize the quiet but almost complete extension of the civil-service law, and have yet to know that, not satisfied with what has been done, the friends of the civil-service move ment are already pteparing legis lation that will absolutely banish annitq froi evry dpsrtincnt cf the government except the legislative, this exception affecting only the nine hundred employes of congress. Civil-service reform began with Gr...

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. — 21 January 1897

er der. liiiimiminiiiii inter Is coming , on and you will want lething To read during the long Winter evenings. You can get any Or Magazine of any note in the United States at reduced rates when clubbed with the AND SEE ABOUT IT. I;:;;:;;:;::;:;:: Din Toledo Market Beport ESgs fresh 25c, packed 20c. Butter, ranch i5C t0 25c. creamery 5S per roll. Potatoes. 40c to 50c per bu. Cabbage to ic per lb. Flour $4-6o per bbl. Bran $1 percwt. Shorts $1.10 percwt. 0ats 45c per bu. WheBt $1 perbu. Parsnips fa per cwt Carrots $10 per ton. ay $10 per ton. Chittem $1.50 per cwt. WANTED. One hundred bush els of good Potatoes on subscription. Will allow the highest market price when delivered at any rail road or river point. 0 regon Central & Eastern Ry. YAQUINA BAT ROUTE Connecting at Ysqulns Bay with the San Francisco and Yaqnina Bay Steamship Company STEAMSHIP FAItA LLON, Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for San Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad and Humboldt bay. Passenger accommodati...

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. — 21 January 1897

Lincoln County Leader! OREGON LEGISLATURE. J. P. MTKWAKT. fublUlmr. TOLEDO ORKGOX IHE Ml OF IDE WEEK ComprebenaiTe Review of the Import ant Happening of the 1'aat Week Culled Front the Telegraph Column Alice M. Hartley, who phot, and killed Senator Foley, in Keno, Nev., two years ago, has been pardoned. Charles A. Warrinian, cashier at the Great Northern depot in Butte, Mont, J each being a minority. All efforts to committed suicide in his room. An- i unite and agree on any member for ditor Frev had just bosun the examina-! sneaker have been futile. Much bitter The first week of the Oregon legisla ture closed with but little accom plished. The organization of the sen ate was effected promptly on the first day, and Joseph Simon, of Multnomah, who hold the same position two years ago, was seated as president. The sen ate was in session four days, during which time eighty-five bills were in troduced, and then the senate ad journed over until Monday, in order to give the state printer t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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