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About Lincoln County leader. (Toledo, Lincoln County, Or.) 1893-1987 | View This Issue
Remember that this paper
is the only one in Lincoln
or Benton county that has
the courage to stand for
the common people.
The DEADER should be
ead by every tax-payeT of
Lincoln County. It will
cost you but $1.50 a year.
LINCOLN C OUNTY.
Commissioners J "
- C. B. Crosno
P. P. lilue
li. F. Jones
- T. K. l'tirker
- Jas. Kussell
J. o. Stearns
M. L. Trapp
Justice of the Peaee J. A. Hall
(.'unstable A. E. Altree
CHUKCHES ANT) SOCIETIES.
FIRST BAPTISTS. Meet everv Hrst SundaT
in each month, a 11 a. m. and also on the
Saturday preceding the above Suniltiv, at 2 p.
m.. in the Toledo Public Hall. L. i. Butler,
UT. JOHN'S CHURCH JProtestent Episcopal.
K5 Divine service the third Snndav of every
month, at 11 a. m. All are invited to attend.
Kev. chas. Booth, Missionary. Residence,
"Rectory, " Newport, Or.
10. O. F. Toledo Lodsre. N'o. las, Meet
every Friday evening at their hall In this
Kknos Arnold, Seo'y. R. F. CoiXAMoite, N'.G.
r O. (i. T. Meets every Thursday evening.
7::10 o'clock, in (iradv's hall, this town.(.;eo.
Bothers, C. T. Jennie Alexander, Secretarv.
S,i A. and I. I'. Toledo Union, No. m Meets
every Sntnrday eveninir, So'clock. in (iradv's
nail in this town. All members re inested'to
attend. T. T. Heeder, President: J. J. Turniilge,
). O. F. liny Lodtre Xo. lltl, of Yamiina Citv,
.meets every Hutu nitty evening. Visit injf
lnthers are alwava welt'onie
K. buukows, Secretary. j, X. St.vhk, X. G.
IO. O. T. Newport LodKe No. S!, meets every
Suturdnyevenintr. visitniK brothers arc cor
dially invited to attend, John Uh-hahion,
Wm. Aiuhit, Secretary. X. ("i.
VI'. it A. M. Newport I.odtce Xo. K", regular
convocation on Saturday or. or befme esu'h
t nil moon. visiting brotherw are cordially
welcomed. . J as. II. Russkli., W. M. '
.Ias. Houeutson, Secy.
A. It. Phil Sheridan Post No. '-, meets
" every second and inurth Thursmiv evening.
Gko. .Sylvestk'u, Com.
K. A. BENfiKM., Adjt.
X.J Buford, Prop.
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, Dec. 14,) 803.
Con 11 tv Court.
A. L. MeFADDEN
Men's Youth's and Boys' Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes. Gum Wear
and Oil Clothing, Ladies' Dress
Goods, Notions, Ladies'
Wraps and Jackets.
Toledo, - . Oregon.
h: Wings ail Lips.
Fresh beer on draft.
A QUIET AND ORDERLY RE
A Large Invoice of HOLIDAY GOODS Just Arrived
Call and Examine Our Goods and Prices.
We will not be Undersold ! !
gent for Brownsville "Woolen
Amis; Groods. Measures tnken
and Fits Guaranteed.
pTcZ O'BRIEN'S STO RE
,s. t. Jeffreys,
Will nr.ictice in Tustice. County
and Circuit Courts of
In the matter of the petition of
F. M. Catter, et al, for the estab
lishing of county uad: Ordered
that Huston Parks. R. A. Miller
and Henry Palmer he appointed
viewers to meet with the county
surveyor on Dec. 20, 1893, or
within five days thereafter, at Elk
Citv and view said road.
Tn t!if uintter of constructing a
county bridge across the Yaimua
river at Chitwood: It appearing
that all previous conditions having
been complied w'uh, it was ordered
that warrants be issued in pay
ments of material therein to the
amount of $292.30.
In the matter of the Newport
and Silet. county road: Continu
ed to the regular Feb. term for fur
In 'the matter of the petition of
Hills AUowoil at PocemWr
Term of Commissioner's
Henry Lewis praying for issuing
Civil Enineer and
Lines of Original Surveys accurate
of a warrant for $'.13.25
place ol warrant lost
In the matter of Ciambcr.-i
on Hitr Elk. Continued till
No ihiiritcs unless U-narv term.
In the matter of 'he Toledo
Fall Creek road: Continued
till Febniarv tcv
Tn thr mutter of the petition of
Albert Weaker al: Pelition. not
allowed., . .
In the mal'.c" - f application of
Louise .Letter... be for irca schol
arship in the stuto' agriou'.lt'ial col
lege: Action ('ef.:ired. '
Ordered that the sberilf lie and
herebv insiiuctfld to dispose of
the uiin: ed brick, jiroperty ot the
... 0...-1 tn 'hi irocppils
HahljNH't. LhiroJii County, ilUo ln(. COunty" tund taking the
Orcion. receipts of the county treasurer
Headquarters for politicians, tour- therelor.
1 .... ,i.i, ur,r. (lnlered that the cotirt stand al-
Comfort, cleanliness ami good grub journed until tliq first ednesilay
j Frank Hide, witness, grand
Dan'l Brotherson, witness
Frank Hughes, witness
Marion Peek, witness grand
M. L. Trapp, commission
11. F. Tones, making delin-
q ueut and assessment rolls, 194 00
Jas. Hodges, surveying road, 27 00
Milton Hutler, surveying
V. II. Alexander, surveying
Carl Maun, surveying road,
Fred Neal, surveying road,
U. F. Grunt, viewing road,
Chas, I.illard, viewing road,
Cvrus Dixon, juror fees,
Karland Anderson, juror fees
J. W. liushton, juror fees,
O. D. Clark, juror fees,
D. 1. Ramsdell, juror fees,
Henry Kirsch, juror fees,
J. 11. Doty, juror fees,
Cail Schimmel. juror fees,. .
T H Homing, work on court
house, 2 5
Jacob Franz, janitor's fees, , 14 5
J O Blake, wood, '7 5
B V Wilson, preparing notice
and petition, 1 1
B F Tones, postage stamps, 3 00
Krogstad Bros., lumber, 32 33
B F Rains, aid for Fotrest lani-
ilv. 90 00
J J Nye, grand juror's fees; 8 80
Geo Fulton, same,
Tas Coyle, same,
J S Conklin, same,
A J Rader, same,
C M Carlson, same, - ,
N T Stevens, petit jury fees,
State of Oregon,
County of Lincoln ,)
I hereby certify that the above
and foregoing accounts are correct.
B. F. Jonks,
located. Verms Reasonable.
Address all communications to
Ona, Lincoln Co., Oukuon.
The Alsca House i;
at 1nw rntes. our motto.
Feed stable and saddle pomes.
Wm. R. WAKKi-iKi.n, Prop.
T A. HALL,
Justice of the Peace
ioledo, Ore gon,
Jieeds, 5Iort(ra?es, mid all kinds of legal papers
executed with eorrei'tncss. Careful intention
given to all business entrusted to my care.
W. C. SlIEPAItn,
Residence, Stanford, Oregon.
Business in any court in Lincoln
County promptly and caretully at
PEEK & RUSSELL,
MMKRS 01 THE BAY I
. FBOI'RIKTOR Or
Toledo Meat Market,
Fresh and Cured Meats
OF ALL KINDS.
Toledo, - - Oregon.
Tbo n'.iK'e to Ket your
CA liltS, .
LETTER UK ADS,
ST A TEMEXTS,
And all kind" ot
We have received several com
inuiiiealious concerning the indict
ment of the Jobs nud Davis, lhese
communications are all sensible,
forceful and entirely void of objec
tionable features, and yet we are
constrained not to publish them for
this reason: The Lkadhk felt that
its solemn duty was to expose as
much of the rottenness of that affair
as came within its knowledge. This
it did and a grand jury of seven
honest and true men assisted by the
prosecuting attorney, one of the
ablest attorneys in the state, have
vindicated our course and indicted
the parties in the case. The mat
ler i now in the court, in whose
probity and integrity we have im
plicit confidence. We believe that
tl, nrniwpd will have a fair and
impartial trial mid it is not our de
sire to say any thing that might be
construed by the defense to be an
attempt to create a prejudice against
them. For this reason the Li'.ADKK
desires to say nothing more at pres
As to the gratuitous insult
which have been offered to the
grand jury and our people generally
W II. llarrision, juror fees, 11 00
Benton Tracy, juror fees,
John llaniar, juror fees,
ohn McCluskcy, juror tees,
Marion Hunt, juror fpes,
K. W. Purkee, juror fees,
M. J. Allphin, juror fees,
P. S. Darling, witness J. P.
Win. White, witness J. P.
C. Iloeflline, witness J. P.
G. B. Batnford, sawing wood
Corbett, Failing & Robert
tiiv nituitmt tti nothiiio'. are their
Price and Work Satisfactory )(1
M. F. Whitney, coal tar and
Sam Hill, work on West
Yaquina & Alsea road,
Wm. Knos, work on vault
. O. Steams, per deint and
osiah Gideon, surveying
C. C. Babbage, surveying,
Geo, Hubbard, surveying,
ohn McCullon, surveying,
leo. ltlaitner, surveying,
Cd. Stoker, surveying,
John Logan, viewing road,
Wesley Oliver, viewing road,
John Daly, viewing road,
C. II. Frask, witness grand
Mike Mackey, same,
Henry Denlitiger, same,
W II H Rich, rent for court
A H Crosno, teaming,
Yaquina Bay News, printing, 2 00
Coll Van Cleve, printing, a 00
B F Jones, fees circuit court, 17 80
J II Main, painting, 8 40
O A Whitney, visiting For
rest family. 18 00
J F Stewart, adv. delinquent
8 00 1
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon.
and Court Practice
Kcfers bv permiwinn to Kx-fiov. J. S. l'illnlmrv.
f. s. ennu.r W. !. Washburn .en.
Ilea. Kx Commau.ler ln i htcf ... A. R., . Mm
nea,,.,IK Minn.. Hon. Martin K M""1",,
1. l'urlinirtoii. t.. Washiiitfloii. D.t .. 'hi i -lor
Dnrvea. ( hici ( '.erk 1'nient oil-i-e. 1" rfnx
t (Jiimy, Va., and lLev. has. liooth, Nc port,
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
E. W. HADLEY,
-L 'iv Treiirht
".I'ecn Willamette Vallay
nts and San
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
e u Wlft ( IVTTF. VAI.I.KY.
Ives snn Francisco Sovemocr '.th. ll'h m'1 i
Uave Yaquina November 9th, 19th and 2Mb.
Atii ai-iiit pverr tpn dp.vs thereai'er-
Thl.Comi,nvrewnethe rirt! to i-banw
il'.nn ilatei ithout uotii.
lilr lerrtce between I'ortlanrt n-l Salem an't
l'pir Willamette river r.nt.
C. B. CROSNO & CO.,
HAVE BARGAIN'S IN
Farm Lands, Tule Lands, Coal Lands, Town!
Notice for Ptibliation
Ijiiid orliceat OrPKon city, OrrRiin.f
,e:nlM-r 1,1, I
X'OTU'K if. hiri'br ft' en that the loiiowinif
1 namt.!elll'Tlia h ill lmllr ol Intirn-
llllll ! Milt, r ,,,,., , - -
-ii u !1 1... ,,,! l.r..rM 11.
ailO llllil "ni'l l'.-ni. -
(.nmtyi Ink ( I.limilo rounty al I !. tx. ore-
Kull.i.n.iniioar i.-i ' .
(or ih n otiifa.i :, oi . onh.B.t ',. n.iuh 1 .. of , niea'i 'jI miiiimnr'.i U-mperature 36,
.fintto-a.t '., wiillhi Hit , if woill.w.l'., ,v-tj.'n j , . .
"ow!...iJ.i::.-.."h Km.iw 11 . numi-er times niiiMniiim t-iiipera-
I- naiiieK It." 1 "It"" K H " 'o irov in
filitl,iiji.n re-i'l im 1 1"" ao'l l-nllivallon ol, , rc X2
ml liinrt, vl: : ,,..lctir- 'V-n. - iiwurm, ...
A. I . 'HrHlt A. A il lar,.loi ..ai"i.i., tile'. ff -lN, l"i
The fi.llowiti!7 in a summarv of
----- o -
the weather for the month of So-
vemlier, 1893, at Toledo stHtiou:
JClevation above sea level 40 feet;
mean temneraturc ss: maximum
tcmiK-ratuie C5, date 13th; mini
mum temperature JS, date 15th;
m.an of maximum temperature 59;
. .. r -
. .. . ..o 1 mace me nrsi 01 xnc ween ciuuuic
tax list, 550 w 1
M L Trann. money adv. Geo for Summit wliere ne wm pay u.
J F Stewart, office supplies,
H Cross, constable's fees,
D Jirotlierson, witness fees
l;red Joss, cutting ditch,
Hurt Twoiubley, same,
T J'. I'arker, assessing,
W L Watkins, fees j p court,
Mien l'arkcr, jus'.ice fees,
Willard Trice and Alec.
son weie uuvwi me ivii .
week from the Summit trying to
settle for a steer which they seemed
to have driven out by mistake. It
belonged to A. L. Porter, of Nor
Tlipi-p was nreachinir at the
school house last Sunday by Rev.
Mason, of Rock creek, formerly of
lMiilonmth. The attendance was
vpt v lio-ht owinir to a nirsunder-
j 1 - -
standing as to the time.
Miss Lucv Ivthly and Mrs. I. J.
10 20 l'ipen, of Chitwood, spent several
days with their sisters Mrs. A. L
1 m ami Mrs. H. S. Porter, of Norton.
We have considerable rain here,
2 50 but we have no loom to complain.
Ye scribe received a letter from Ha-
1 70 vensville, Kansas, dated December
9 o 5. which says" that on the 4U1 it be-
tran snowinu and on the morning
son, hardware for bridges, 98 45 of the 5th the snow was three feet
H. Harris, lumlier lor deep, the wind blowing a gale ana
bridges, 189 30 the trains were stopped.
Our railroad will sell at lastlt itt
4 55 thought, but there is a rumor afloat
that there will be an injunction
99 00 served after the sale which will de
lay the payment of labor claims for
1 00 sevcrai months, probably.
lien Heers was in our midst with
l! a netition to compel the Summit
precinct people to go to Eddyville
O tn vntf Tt i OIllV ' IK IlllleS. tO
k . . v-w- . - J sj ' w
9 00 miles the round trip. We think it
a little too thin, as the Utile Elk
precinct only extends from the 37
mile post to tunnel No. 3. It would
be more proper to divide it up anil
give us about four miles off one of
Nashville will celebrate Christmas
in grand style. They will have a
wedding, the contracting parties
being Mr. James Marks, of King's
Valley and Miss Ktla Miller, of this
place, 'Squire Luckey, of Little Elk
Informing the ceremony. After
that business is settled they will
have a Christmas tree,- After the
presents are distributed they will
have a regular old-fashioned hoe-
down: music by James Denck, of
J. W. Bryant passed through our
i.iiK-uln 1 ount), 1 my
devices or bi.-low,
1( illKItT A
mii.i l it.
'ropen v in m";,"- j;"
IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED.
VhstrcUfTitloto any property in Lincoln County
furnished on dpiunml.
"IfAHY. r.r-.eral ?nirlnieTiilent,
V I T-" V-T fl 1 1
L McFadilen, p:os. atty feeH 14 40
1! F Jones, fees county court, 73 95
Mr. Trackwcll, witness jus
Almond Taylor, same,
Thos I'.ohauan, s.' mc,
H lie vens, bailiff,
a a. Petit tt visit uutt leturn in nine
33 70 for the wedding at this place.
320 R. C. Chambers smiled on us
last week and kindly asked us to
2 co I repair some of our road which the
high waters had washed out. Ut
course we complied with his w ishes
as he is supervisor. Come again,
old man, when we have better
iiutnUcr I Thoi Horning, builiff,
1STI PATIO M.
iMFLlMATlOy BLADDER. U0
ALL KIDNEY DISEASES.
et pri.'t ipilnt'.i.ii 11 2-1 ( n-.eclitive
lMiir', and 2nd, .-,t, r.'t wA 2'iud.
! rev.ii:;:) -'' "' ''; ''. :.outh.
Nil -i -r .f r-lf.ir 'iay. 11: number
in 1..-11 llv chiii .'" s.
oi'.-1'ni y (iay.-i, raitiiin:; mim- i ' '! Omdon, (list atty fees,
bcr i,l diivs 'i v'.:i h .0! or iH'rei.- - A Jiimih, tjfc-im,
T piecij Itaiio i ;-!l 16; rti.i !i(-r 01
days on which .'.; r uii.re "f pre
' cipitnti ni sell. i.S. 'ate t ilit..
ijii'iuu.i 1 i'i -it, 1 5111.
Fiirins for Sali;.
2 5 00
li ( )
(',r i':iy Mut'.'. evs bragged on
hirr;';' ,t:.:;r.er as In-i tg ;i
great '.iss r. From th way he
lias bt-cn w c i thel.a. 1. rack'.-t
and rrilroa 1 h-.t im-t-i he is pelting
; n;i a rtputa'i.u b-i a tank sucker
V.' ill & O' Donald i.ith Co, hta
tionery, etc., 6 5 5
i.'taude Warren, f-cn injustice
court, 1 95
Geo A Landis, fee Co court, 180 00
Geo A I.an lit, lii'-r.cy paid for
I of county, 45 00
i Clvts M Ke lficl l, Co. map, 19000
C 1.5 Coptland, 1 applies for
court house, 12 45
I have several farms, both culti
vated ami uncultivated, for sale in
tracts ot 40 acres and upwards.
j These lands are adapted to fruit,
j vegetable and sheep culture. Will
be sold very cheap and 011 reason
able terms. Anyone desiring to
purchase such lauds will do well to
call on or address
M. J. At.LI HIN,
tf. Little Elk, Oregon.
l'or $560.-320 acres west Jj of
section 36, township 1 1 south, range
o west, m Lincoln county. 3
Ciias Uooth, salary, 47 66 cash, balance oil time. Inquire of
Simon Lhidton, -owing lum- Room 45, Hamilton Uuildiug, Port
lier fur Lridgc, . 3 00 land, OrQ;ou.