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1 1 iiit Representative,
Jno. P. Uiilv
8. V. Burt
B. F. Jones
5. L. Hyde
- T. E. Parker
Dr. K. Jt. C arter
J. J. Bristow
f county Judge
Commissioners t '
County Commissioners Court meets on Wed
nesday after the tirst Monday In February,
April, June, August, October and December.
iron. J. C. FUUerton, Judge
Cieo. 31. lirown rru, Aiiurmiy
rrtr unnvpnAs on 4th Mondav in Julv and
lourth Monday in January of each year.
istlco of the Peace
!CITV OF TOLEDO
If. V. Vincent,
ii. A. Hull
H If. l!uhl,
i 1!. Crosno
iW, II. Alexander
Ui. 0. Krogstad
S.ester Wnugh J
I council meets on the first Monday evening hi
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES:
I5T JOHN S CHUKC11 IITotesieni ipiscopni.J
B Divine service the third Sunday of every
tannth, at U a. m. All are Invited to attend.
ihaa u.tnth. Missinnarv. Residence.
Aiectory," Newport, Or.
10. 0. F. Toledo Lodge, No.
every Saturday evening at their
hall in this
ds "lev Tbait, Sec y. O. 0. Kroostad, N. u.
10 O. F. Bav Lodge No. 110, of 1 aqnina city,
moot ovHrvWednasdav evening. Visiting
brothers are always welcome.
E. J. bubkows, Secretary. L. O'Brien, N. G.
10. G. T. Meets every Saturday evening,
a 7:30 o'clock, In Grady's hall, thU town,
tt E. Collins, C. T. Geo. H. Bruce, Secretary.
n r v. Knwnnrt Lndra No. 89. meets every
. Saturday evening, visiting brothers are cor
iallv invited to attend, J. W. OLIVER,
UOBT. BURCII, Secretary. N. G
A F. & A. M. Newport Lodge No. 85, regular
A convocation on Saturday on or before each
jhiVa moon. Visiting brothers are cordially
fi,p!!ied. Jab. II. Russell, W. M.
riA. R. Phil Sheridan Post No! 21,'nieots
1 every second ana tourtn jnursnay evening.
K. A. Bessell, Adjt.
V A. HALL,
Justice of the Peace
4'oledo, Oregon, .
Seeds, Mortgages, and all kinds of legal'papers
executed with correctness, careiui attention
Jglren to all business entrusted to my care.
Toledo Meat Makret,
Fresh and Cured Meats
OF ALL KINDS.
bledo, - - Oregon
Watchmaker AD Jeweler,
Work of all Kinds Guaranteed.
& Eastern Ey.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
Connecting at "Yaqutoa Bay with the
Sru Francisco and Yaquina Bay
n Steamship Company
I and first-class in every respect.
Sails from Yaquina for San Fran
cisco about every 8 days. Pas
senger accommodations unsur
passed. Shortest route between
the Willamette Valley and Cali
fornia. re from Albany cr points west to
binround trip, good6odys. 18.00
"r Sailing days apply to
It. L. WALUEN, Agent, Albany, Or.
IN' STONE, Manager,
CHAS. CLARK, Suit.
" CorvalllK, Or.
iBciePe:n:g3iert in all things, IsTe-Litl In Nothing"
When in Toledo
Call 011 N. Snow and
get prices of Flour
and Feed. Also get
prices on Goods.
All Goods sold cheap
im lack h.
W. E. RICH, Prop.
I have fitted up a first-class shop
a.nd. invite the patronage of the
people of Toledo and vicinty.
CHARGES FOR GRINDING.
l!rtzors hoiieil reftdy for use f0.25 .
Frtznrs gronn ana nonea ready lor use ou
Kanin re-ground n(l honed ready for use, .75
Kazors ground hiilf concave 75
" " three-quarter concave, 75
" " full concave, 1.00
First-class work uaranteed or
money refunded. Interested par
ties will be benefitted by sending
their grinding lo me.
W. E. RICH, Toledo, Oregon
The place to get your
And all klndi of
ir jH.li'si j. 'xiTvi LJr,
Is at the
SPPrice and Work Satisfactory
do you co HUNTING?
You will buy a MRLIN.
1: m a nolld top-Protection.
I', c.'cti t ilia clJe-Convcr.lcnce.
1: M lljht Tclcht-Coinfort.
i: hiuthc H.'.niiiu Barrel A ccr.i"5ey.
It 1m fewtst :iru-tjlEiiIic;t;
6?n,l f2rcom,V't rrr,iln3i: froe. Epoclal ra :i
ui cartl. Wt 13 cvula.
THE MARt-IN FIRE ARMS CO.,
Ikon Haven, Conn.
TA I onTAl A PATF.5T f For a ;
pmmpt anwer n an honert opinion, wrtta to
MUSN tV I'd., wboiTe bad nearly nfly year.'
eljerlmc. in the patent bu.lrfM. fommanlca. I
tlonitrlctlroon(lrtnllal. A Handbook of In. ,
formation conrernina l'Btrnl and bow to oh.
tain tbem lent free. A 1k a catalog im of mocnaa- ,
leal and tcientiflo book. lent In.
Faionta taken tbroinb Jluon ft Co. tweiTj i
pedal notice in the Xrlenllfle American, and
tbiu are bronsht widely oeroretbe publicwltn- I
out ennt to tbe lnontor. Tbli anl'iidld paper, ,
. 1 ki - .tu.ntivtl'itrMlfHl.haflbf fartha)
l.nriwt clrcnii'mn of any aciritlOo work in lh
orlJ. ipir. sample eopiMi ami neo. ,
Bui dmiKditloo, mon-hly. f- Ma yfar. Binil.
eoplea. U cant. Biery Dumror om iid oeau
iftl nliua. in ootora. and phot-vraph of new
S r hi, M.n In.hn lha
ilima and aecure contra'. Aaaresa
V - Ml LHI Ln U.I IWk MMllltV.
Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, July 18. 1895.
$k XT e J 1 BE
I insist on .
1 in riaocsa ypiA
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft,
, versaJly ackwxledQci purest in
Wade only by Cimcu. & CO., Kew York.
Sail ty eroccw everywhere..
Writ for Aim aid Hammer Book of valnablo nocta.fc.FBFa
We hate some good Bargains iri Real Estate placed in our hands
for sale. Below we give a description of a few of them:
160 acre ranch on Beaver creek;
good house, barn and outbuildings;
this farm has lots of meadow land
and is an ideal dairy farm. Price
$1,200, and worth double the mon
ey. 159 acre ranch on' Big Elk five
miles above Elk City; some plowed
and 7 acres slashed and in timothy;
house, good barn 40x48; on county
road, school within mile. A
good stock ranch. Price $1,400 on
120 acre ranch five miles from
Toledo; frame house and barn,
about 40 acres under fence, orchard
Maiiy other Bargains in Farm and City Property
J. F. STEWAET & CO.
DO YOU WANT
It Will Pay YOU to see
I CAN SELL YOU
rranted True to Name and Free From Disease
and Insect Pests
AT THE XOWEST TRICES.
Home Grown and Healthy Treea
-At LEADER OFFICE.
Have You a Daughter?
4- If so, your first duty and greatest care should be 1 0 secure to her a
.jood Education and Moral Training
The place to secure this is in an .institution whose teachers are
trained for a life-time work of instructing, training and guid
ing the mental and moral faculties of thoue under their care;
to whom conscientious guardianship is a sacred and pleasant
duty. Such an institution is the
Sacred Heart Academy, Salem, Oreoon,
A boarding and day school for young ladies, under the direction
of the Sisters of the Holy Naiftitf 6f Jesus and Mary. This
well-known and popular instTuTlOn of learning gives every
advantage for acquiring a . '
Solid. Useful and Accomplished Education.
Every facility i offered for attaining proficiency in
Music, Drauins; and Painiin.
The rcoral nni intellectual improvement of the pupils is attended
to with the greatest solicitude, while -the religious belief of
pupil i-i not interfered with in any manner.
A Fine, Large Hrick Building
With perfect sanitary precautions, beautifully situated and every
surrounding conducive to health an 1 intellectual pleasure.
Rcferen-e is given to the banks and prominent business
houses of Salem, niH lie o.Ticials of State and County. Studies
will be resumed Monday, Sep:. 2, 1895, and in the meantime
all other information de- ire J con be obtained by addressing,
Sister Superior, Salem, Oregon
and is vni.
and small fruit. A splendid tract
of land with a good body of creek
bottom. Price $600 cash.
Two lots in Prior. Scott's addi
tion to Highland; one comer and
one inside. P-iice for the two, $50,
Two lots in Stanton's addition to
Toledo, well located and close to
school house. Price $75.
A well selected stock of merchan
dise to trade for a good ranch on
Yaquina Bay; must have some tide
or bottom land and be well located.
A good trade will be given for the
right kin 1 of a ranch.
ME before Buying.
Deputy County Assessor Beeson,
of Jackson county, estimates the
population of his county this year
at 13,000. He thinks the total
assessed valuation will be less thau
John Raycroft, an industrious
young farmer living near Forest
Grove, was drowned in the Tualatin
river last Sunday. He was in
bathing, and stepped iuto a hole
over his head.
Senator J. H. Mitchell is expected
to come over Saturday evening,
alonj with the crowd ot newspaper
boys. While over here the Senator
will look up the condition of the
government works and the needs of
the country generally.
It was reported that a decision
would be rendered in the 0. P. case
today, but for some reason it has
been further delay. An Albany
man claims that the decision is al
ready written out and that it is in
favor of confirmation.
A few days ago, says the Tilla
mook Headlight, a cougar came
near getting a 3-year-old child be
longing to Mr. Dallas, who is
camping at Herrtngton's place on
Wilson river. The child was play
ing a few rods away from the house,
and the mother went to bring her
in fearing danger. Her consterna
tion was great when she saw a
very large cougar crouching as if
ready to spring, and only 10 feet
from the child. The mother threw
a stone and called Mr. Herrington,
who threw stones at the brute, and
succeeded in driving it away. A
party of fishermen came then and
tried to kill the cougar, but it es
caped. The question which is engrossing
the minds of our people generally
at present, is what the decision of
the supreme court will be in the
railroad case. The court has been
examining the papers in this case
for several days and it was expected
that a decision would have been
reached before this. It can only be
a matter of a very short time now
until the case will be decided one
way or the other. Yre have great
hope and confidence that the de
cision of the lower court will be
affirmed. - We shudder to think of
what the result will be to this
whole Bay country should the
lower court's decision be set aside
and the toad thrown back onto the
hands of the district court. It
would be a calamity indeed.
The editors from all over the
state will meet at Newport next
rnlvr'1;;;- f r fov.r ('rye' sa.?!.im
On Sunday will be given a regular
old-fashioned, down east, Jersey
clam-bake. The chef of the Hotel
Portland has been engaged to sup
erintend this affair, and it is pro'
posed to make it in every respect
strictly according to Hoyle. The
ingredients used in the clam-bake
will be in part, as follows; Twenty
bushels of ripe clams, branded 0.
K; on the left hip, 100 crabs of the
latest style and catch, 75 yellow
legged Methodist chickens, three
bushels of sweet potatoes, three
bushels of roasting ears, and num
erous other -t-lceteras. These will
all be put into a pit lined with
stones which has previously been
heated red-hot, and interlaid with
sea-weed, then covered up tight
an 1 allowed to steam and simmer
till the whole thing is thoroughly
cooked. Monday will be devoted
principally to the business of the
as-ociation by all the editors who
are foi lunate enough to survive the
cl 'm-bake, im l Tuesday is is ex
pected lo make an excursion up the
river as fir as Toledo, and perhaps
as far as Elk City. This excursion
will probably ba made on the Vo
lanta anl the Gen. Wright.'. A
drive lo Seal Rocks and Otter Rock
will al .o be feature of the meeting,
Colonel James H. Riley, of coim
sel for plaintiff, will institute pro
ceedings against Secretary of State
Kiucaid, on behalf of the Eastern
Oregon normal school, of Weston.
The counsel has instructions from
the board of regents to commence
suit. The title of the case will be
"Robert Jamieson, treasurer of the
board of regents of the Eastern
Oregon normal school, vs. Harrison
R. Kincaid, secretary of state for
the state of Oregon." It will be a
mandamus proceeding, in which
the plaintiff Will seek an order from
the court that Secretary Kincaid
either draw warrants in tavor of
Treasurer Jamieson, -fo that the
money appropriated by the legisla
te e for the schoul .shall be turned
over to the treasurer of the school,
or show cause why he should not
do so. Recently a formrl t'.eiuand
was made on the secretary for tils'
money, and the demand was re
fused. The legislature appropriated $12-
000 for the niaintainanee of the
school, and $4,000 for the repair of
the buildings and the purchase of
grounds.. The law creating the
school provides that the treasurer
shall give bonds. Treasurer Jam
ieson has given $20,000 bonds,
which have beeu approved. He
claims that he should hold all of the
moneys belonging to the institution,
Secretary Kincaid claims to be the
auditor of every dollar of expense
incurred by state institutions, and
demands that separate bills be sent
him, with vouchers showing for
what particular things the money
was expended. It is not a question
as to money belonging to the school,
but as to who shall handle it.
The internal revenue bureau has
practically completed the work of
organizing and scheduling the re
turns received on the income tax,
and will soon begin refunding the
amounts paid before the law was
declared unconstitutional. The
applications for refund, however,
are coming in very slowly. The
aggregate of the returns made
represent about $15,000,000 of tax,
and hence about $30,200,000, it is
calculated, would have been col
lected if all who were subject to the
tax had sent in returns. The first
decision of tbe supreme court, ex
empting debts and receipts from
bonds from the operation of the tax",
resulted in a loss of $15,000,000;
Had the law remained as it origin
ally stood, the total receipts would
have approximated $45,000,000 or
$50,000,000. These returns seem
lo indicate that the New England
and Middle states would have paid
about two-thirds of the whole tax,
and the Western and Southern
states about one. third.
Mrs. Leland Stanfotd proposes to
sell a million gallons of brandy be
longing to the Stanford estate, and '
turn the proceeds over to the Stan
ford University endowment fund.
Should the Stanford University be
finally run on money procured
from the sale of intoxicating liquor,
it will be a lasting disgrace and
ruination of that institution of
learning. Of course Senator Stan
ford swindled the government out
of the greater part of the collossal
fortune, a part of which has already
established the university thai bears
his name. We don't believe that '
it woul.l be possible lo bring much
more disgrace by miming it with
the Sale of hot California brandy.
The Oregon Fruit Union, of The
Dalles, is making preparations to
ship peach plums. Already the
crop is being gathered, . a.nd the
manager expects to send a. carload
East about July af. Thh,' it , Is
said, will be the.. fi; 'oi';i';"ut
from Oregon, , rvtioiiM ,VV V
excellent cono ? yf'-f .. .