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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.
t. KKlWAkT, Miter Proprietor. rnfcU,hel ver- Hiumlay it TulH", Uuooln County. Oregon. Subscription Rates: One year, Six months, Three months, 75 50 Advertising relet mule known on aiipliratum BoMiium lnwli will be ineril In thee col 11mm at Ave nenu jr line per week, ml win Ik mn until ordered Uv-intliinel. Kverjr tmaiter In Mnmln rnnnty li autbcirlx eil Ui et airent for the Lkaheb. Entered at the puntufflea at Toledo, Oreiroii, 11. Kveond clau mail matter. "',erci'elvlnif thlia,erhohve not nrl erel the iiitna may know that Home friend him ordered it (or them and that they will not he railed uon to pay lor It. LOCAL, NOTKS. The boys of Toledo are organiz ing a minstrel troupe. County Clerk Jones had business in Albany 011 Tuesday of this week. W. K. Rich has been appointed postmaster at this place vice S. V. Hurt, removed. " The Uenton was to tow a barge load of pleasure seekers loNcwpor last Sunday but was rained out. V. L. Davis, of the Silverton Tribune, made one of his periodical trips to the Day the first of the week. Capt. Robertson has painted the hull of the Uenton a dazzling black, greatly improving her appearance thereby. Better throw that old rubber stamp away and have some respec table stationery printed at this office. Mrs. D. P. Ulue and family of Yaquina, were visiting the family of Mrs. Dedrick, of this city last baturdny. H. V. Wilson," county clerk of uenton county, came over from Corvnllis.on Monday and will spend several days on his farm near Cape I'oul weather. ine minesque to be given nt Orady's hall next Monday night is said to be the richest thing of th season and well worth the small . admission fee charged. McIJougall and wife, a son of Peter McDougull, of this city, ar rived from Santa Rosa, California, and went out to Mr. McDougall's 1n111.11 nurui 01 town. 1- .1. . r . The McDotignll stock of goods were attached last Priday by Sheriff ' Land is in an action brought by II V. Fischer, of Corvallis. The amount claimed is $1,300. R. Dedrick and Pretl Stanton have built the seats for the cour room. They are constructed some thing after the manner of hcIioi; seats and will be quite comfortable Next week the town will be full of strangers and outside residents of the county. The first question asked by the principal part of them will be, "Where are your streets? The lovers of base bull will meet next Saturday to cletiii tip and pre pure ball ground on the tide Hat near the bath house. Toledo will have a bull club this summer that will lw prepared to meet atl comers Jutfge Ulue was up to the fruit farm of the Yaquina Fruit Company t tne buinmit last Monday. He rqwrts the trees in good shape nud though late the prospect far a good crop are encouraging. A. J. Rader, Win, Alexander ml Thos Butler started over the proposed route of road to the Alsea .. . . a t . t.a. vuitcr wtiay. nicy .will select the most available route for that road and it is the Intcittfoif to push Hie roakl to completion at once. This road will prove a liooit to1 the .upper Alsa valley. Jno. Daily, an old resident of the Bay cintry, but now living near the east end of the O. P., was In the city Uitt first of the week greeting Old friends. He states that settlers are going Into the Cascades along the upper line of the O. P. very fast at present, presuming that the railro! will be pushed through to completion this year, Barney M01 ritou, of Pioneer, was in the city. last Saturday transact ing bushier, mul niada this office a short c while here, lie reports work at th Pioneer stone quurry as proCecflhif in good shape, A spur wilt If hntlt out from the rail road lor th use of the quarry. The company sre putting in ma chinery to operate steam drills and saws ami will do a big business. They find the stone of an even bet U tywlitv than they anticipated. V T. Ryan has been appointed postmaster at Philomath. Henry Doshe returned from a ten i days outing on Big Elk last Tues day. Troll fishing has begun, the trout now rising to the troll in good shape. John Huffman, the chief of po lice of Albany went through to Yaquina today. Mrs. Allree expects to have her restaurant in running order by the (first of the week. What's the matter with our county correspondents? Their able contributions are much missed. Miss Annie Chambers returned from Philomath last Tuesday where she has been staying for some weeks. If you want to enjoy a hearty laugh be sure and attend the meet ing of the A. O. If. at Grady's hall next Monday night. For the past several days of sun shine the weather clerk has the most profound thanks of the people of this part of the Webfoot state. J. G. Blake had business in 'Al bany this week and during his ab sence john Gaither made the horse back ride with the U. S. mail, to Siletz. A rich crank in Indiana has de termined to paper his house with Columbian postage stamps of the one, two and five cent denomina tions. A persual of the columns of the Leadkk will demonstrate to the reader that we have a remarkably healthful climate. Sickness is al most unknown. Will A. Peek, of Yaquina, has been in the city on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week preparing Grady's hall for the entertainment to be given there next Monday night The steamer Benton will give its excursion to Newport next Sunday Capt. Robertson says that he has made arrangements for nice weather nud calculations made to that effect will not be upset. Hon. S. T. Jeffreys and wife are enroute home from California where they have been for some time for the benefit of Mr. Jeffreys health. They are returning by steamer by way of Portland. The Oregon Pacific contemplates running an excursion from valley points to San Francisco, via the steamer Willamette Valley, leaving Yaquina on the 87111 inst. A rate of $15 for round trip will be made Benton county has contracted for the keeping of her paupers on poor farm near Monroe for the sum of three dollars per week. Accord ing to the Corvallis Times some of the paupers are kicking because they may have to leave town. A literary contest for a Dcmorest medal will be held at the court house on Saturday evening May 20, The medal is a beautiful silver badge and will be awarded to the successful contestant 111 a class of ten. A program of the contest will be published next week. Corvallis Is having a regular monkey and parrot time with their water bonds. An injunction has been issued to prevent the issu ance and sale of the bonds, and now by the reason of this delay, the successful bidders for the bonds threaten tlic city with a damage suit for not receiving the bends according to agreement. The city seems to fairly in it. Lincoln county has made an ini tial payment on the state taxes due from it to the state. These taxes are paid to Benton county and by it to the state. Last Tuesday County Treasurer Deuliiiger trans mitted to Treasurer ffurnett. of Benton county $,ooo as part pay mcnt ol this tax. The balance of Lincoln county's portion is fi ,85 a. 37 which win oe icmiitea at an It ! early date. Lincoln countv will be aflhnig the first to Miake tile state tax payment. Commodore John Lucas, of Gran- iteville, is in the city on business. The Commodore is a proiuiueut audidatc for the ositiou of Indian agent at the SileU agency. His petition has fven signfif alrffost universrttlv by fill to whom it was presf utcd I'egardless of po htcal le litis, and Is said to le the longest Ivthrc-Ti ever received from the stato nf Oregon. If appointed the Commodore" would bring years of experience and ranch ability to the ofiioflf J. L. McCulloch, the Yaquina jeweler, is in the city today. We have been a long time wait ing but out brick depot is getting here at last. C. Sullivan, the O. P. road master Is in town today getting the work on the depot started. We understand that the steamer Robarts will make regular trips from Yaquina to the Siuslaw. School has a vacation this week on account of teachers examina tion. It is a most encouraging sight to see the numerous men at work on the new brick depot. McCulloch, the Yaquina jeweler , will be in Toledo Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, repair ing watches etc. Marriage license was issued by County Clerk Jones this week to W, E. Baxter, of Marion county and E. M. Lewis, of Lincoln coun ty. Now people of Toledo, a good pull, a long pull and pull together will make a marked iucrease in the growth of our beautiful little city during the year of our Lord 1893. For Sale or Trade. A two- seated i'A inch hack. Will take beeves or country produce of any kink. Enquire of Capt. Robertson For fine repairing of your watches and clocks give J. L. McCulloch, -r, t. A left at J. H. McNeil's drug store will be attended to without extra charges. FOR SALE CHEAP Thirty five acres of choice land adjoin ing tli 11. W. Wilson and the lute 11. L. Arnold claim's, on south Hide of Yaquina Kay, for twenty days only, for cash. Jas. Robertson The Leader office has been moved into the building formerly occupied by B. F. Jones as a real estate office, and those who wish to visit us will be now saved the weary hill climbing to which they were formerly subjected. The latest fake now going the rounds is that of an advertisement purporting to furnish a steel engrav ing of the landing of Columbus for $1. You will get a 2 cent postage stamp, which of course, fills the bill it being a steel plate engraving A force of men were put to work this morning on the new brick de pot at this place. The building will be 20x65, ad will be well built in every respect. When com pleted Toledo will have one ol the best and neatest country depots in Oregon. C. M. Meeker, of Portland, the first passenger engineer on the O P, road, but now in the real estate business was in Toledo today. He expresses great confidence in the future growth of the country, and was much pleased to note Toledo's growth. I T. P. Fish, of this city, has been appointed local agent for the old reliable Sun Insurance Company, ana is now preparea to write your policies in a Company that has been fully time tried and fire tested. A policy In the Sun is a policy that insures in every sense of the word. Air. l'isii win oe glad: to give you rates And other information. Frank Grant, of Big Elk, and WW. Oglesby, of upper Alsea are in the city today looking after the new road to be opened up to the Alsea valley. Mr. Grant is quite anxious thnt the road should run on th divide instend of down Drift creek. If built 011 the divide the Big Elk people can build an inter secting road with comparatively little trouble and expense. The following is a list of the ap plicants f"r teacher's certificates who are now Iwing examined at the school knise hi this city: Ruth Gaither, Eli Gaither, Effie Crosno, Jessie Alexander, Mary Hall, Belle Buttlcr, Emma Brooks, 1 1 attic Reeder, Addie Ihrfstow, Ethel I. Boone, Olive Boone, Daisy Ferr, Nola Mann, G. T. Vernon, I. B. lWnks, Amu Wright, Minnie D. Smith. The Oregon Pacific has funds to promptly vMy the" hands tor their April labor. Paymaster Hopkins went thtough to Yaquina today and will pay the steamer hands off. The pay car will go over the road on Monday next aud pay the hands off with 100 cents on the dollar for work done in April. The amount to lie disbursed for labor will amount to about $15,000, and will rut that much more money in- circula tion along the roaL A new line of stationery received at this office. Give us a call. j We- are bound to admit that! 'Squire Hall performs the marriage ! ceremony in a solemn, yet very sal- J isiactory manner. County Clerk Ben Jones, of To ledo, has been in the city getting pointers from our county officials. Albany Democrat. A child in Ohio has been chri tenen Penno3-er Cleveland. May the fates deal kindly with the poor, stricken thing hereafter. Some of the boys say that Hurley Lutz has spoilt about half the mar riage certificate blanks in the coun ty clerk's office by writing his own name on the blank line to see how it would look. Our farmers and ranchers are! planting heavily of potatoes this year with the expectation o "spuds" being . a good price th fall. One man we heard of is put ting in fifteen acits. The man that made the state ment that salvation was free, fcad evidently never heard of the Saier.i ministers. Salvation is not free in that city of maple shade trees aw"; church spires, by five dollars a sermon at least.. . The action of Salem people in trying to prevent the location of the Soldiers' home at Roseburg, or any other point outside of Salem, is the biggest attempt at hog that that peculiarly hoarcrish city has ever at tempted, And we believe that it will be also the most detrimental act for herself that Salem ever per formed. BORN. RICH. At the home of her mother on Beaver Creek, on Thursday May 11, 1893, to the family of W. E. Rich, a girl. iI ED. FRARV. At the home of her son Frank Frary, near this city, 011 Thursday night, May 4, 1893, ol bronchial trouble and heart fail ure, Mrs. Emetine Frary, aged 71 years. The deceased leaves but one child Frank Frary, at whose home she died. The body was taken to Kings Valley for interment, where it was laid to rest on Sunday. MARRIED. BAXTER LEWIS. At the Epis copal church in this city, on U ednesday, May 10, 1893, W. U. Baxter, of, Salem to Miss K M. Lewis, of Lincoln county, Rev. Chas. Booth officiating. FULLER BENSILL In the pur lors of the Leader office on Thursday evening May 11, 1803, Lewis Fuller to Miss Sissie Ben sill, both of Siletz, Squire Hall officiating. The Lkadrr office was the scene of the solemn ceremony which join ed these two young hearts for bet ter or for worse until death, or the remainder of their natural lives In fitting and solemn words Squire Halt performed the ceremony which was witnessed by a few disinterest ed spectators and the entire force of the Leader office. The Lead er wishes them a long life and that all their troubles may be little ones. President Cleveland has announc ed that he will call congress toeeth er between the 1st and ih of toepteruDer. T4!S'KKS Of It!, tSTATK, The following are the transfers of real estate in Lincoln county, as filed for record in the ofiV-e of the county clerk, for week ending to dav: WRJ. Grant to Katie Burnell, two lots in Far Far, consideration iioa. C. E. Montgomery to W. I. Christy, parcel of real estate, co:i sideration $400. W. hue and Martha R. White to C. E. Lambert, farm property, S. G. Irivn and wife to W. H. Alien and T. P. Mason; lots in Newport, consideration Jtj?. G. Irvin and wife to Geo. E, Chambevlain and J. M. Ralston, lots in Newport, consideration 50. 5. G. Irvin and wife to J. Xf. Irving and D. 1$. Montieth, lots in Newpor. consideration T. R. and Alice Ryan to Joseph Lndwie';, five acres land, Con. goo. Unite! States to Jno. McGee, patent. Julia Megginson and Jane Meg giuson to Wru. R. Megginson, 160 acres land. Con. $5, Jane, to Julia Megginson, xx, acres land, Co:i. $5. Julia Megginson to Jane Meggin son, rtKsscell.iiieous tracts, Con, $5- i -s X 3 6 1. x r1 H r f 1 o H O s c 5 3 ?r- B s CO? JfflJ PRINTING The y!ai' to get your CAL'DS, EXVELOVES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, ETC., And all klnila of F3FRI3SrrT,ISrC3-) la nt the LEADER OFFICE, ffJSf" Prices and Work Satisfactory IUVOIM K KOTIl'K. In the IMntrlot Court In and lor the County ol Lincoln, iaie 01 wreiron. Cenrxe llnmfnrd, I'lafntilT, Action v. for Mary V. Itnm'ord, Defendant.! rlvnr?e. Til K STATE OK OHEUON to Mary V. Bamford, lireellinf : Yon are hereby nntl fled that you have been aned In the liistriot Court of Lincoln County, Slate of oreiron by (ieore Hamford, the above named nlatniitT. and that his petition in now nia tl!ointhe above-named court: and that the prayer of said iietition is that said eourt trrant a decree of divorce to aaid (ieorxc Hamford, plaintiff, from you Mary V. Bamford, defend ant, for dcHertinu. You are therefor required to answer said pe tition on or before the 4th day of May, lw.H, or petition will be taken ai true and a decree of divorce rendered thereon In accordance with the prayer of mid petition. OliOROE BAMFORD, S-SMiw l'lalntlff. For Sale.1 A well improved ranch of twenty acres, situated about halfway between Toledo and Yaquina, abouthalf tideland; has good frame house of 6 rooms, good barn, and other outside improve ments. Good orchard of over 100 trees just in bearing, good garden land, well cultivated. Will be sold at a decided bargain, and on good terms. For further particulars call at or address this office. Cftrlyla W. Harris, the tflurderep of his youthful wife, Helen POtU Harris wis" electrocuted in New York last Monday. Great interest attached to his execution from the fact that he was the only criminal of any high intellignc to b ex ecuted by the- metBod of elfctffcity since this came in Vogue in New York. He protested his innocence- to the lastr - Win. Henderson, the murderer of Si Sutter at Canby, who was once sentenced k be hilng and was granted a new triftl by the supreme" court, was again arraigned fit Ore gon City I5st Monday and plead guilty to murder in second degree aud was stfiite'ncfAl l(t the penitenti ary for life. MOTH AH?! The follow fug ari! the arrivals at the popular Hotel Lincoln lor the week ending today i Joi'n Gamier, Siletz; L. L. Lo gan, Silel Antone Selsic, Siletz! Charles CsriKon,- Mound i'rairie- W. F. Mercer, Portland; Mellie Dohse, Met: Dr, Crocker. Wald port; G. H. Richrtrdson. St. Louis, Mo.; Walter Johnson, Fuittend; Y. ri. llaxter.Salemf W.-A. Peek, Yaquina; F. C. Whitten. Newixrt- Chas, Booth. Newport; G. T. Ver non, Als:i; Jerry Wanks, Drift Creek; B!u$, Clelen, Albany; IS. Baxter Mid wife. Sak'tu: Chas. Meeker, Portland; J. L. McCulloch, Yaquinaj C. Sullivan, O. P. For Bargains in Farm Lands, Tide Lawls, Coal Lands, Town Property in single Lots or Blocks, IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED, Cal on b. F. JONES & 00,5? Twenty-two years' residence on Yaquina Bay. NOVELTY DRESS GOODS !! SOMETHING ISTEW! I have just received direct from New York Manufacturers an assorted line of Novelty Dress Goods, comprising the Latest Patterns and Designs in Dress Goods. Call and see them; they are something extra C. G. COPELAND, Toloerdegw PJbiTEK TELL Jit SUN. 1 DEALER IN Til ,1 .1 1 .1 ' xiuui uuu iitu, oiayit; jihu xmity wruceries, Dry.Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats ) ways, auniHir "i T-i Cigars and Tobacco, Ftuits and Confectionery. Yaquina City, Oregon. S MY SPEIE STOCK BUS N0MRR1VED !! Men's, Boys and Youth's Ladies' and Men's Furnishings, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, DKESS GOODS, Etc.f All at Portland Prices. Agent for BftOWNSVlLLE WOOLCN MiLLS, pS3?e O'BRIEN'S a?ai& Vmiuina CJftJKf- Oreaori, Parties . purciiasiiig $10 worth of more will bo given a romul-frip ticket free oust euni' boat Volanta to Newport or Benton t Toledo. This is the watch-case tr Father Time uses to bowleg opposition. Fahys casesa; for sale by McCiilloch, Watchmaker aud Jeweler. ' Yaquina City, . - Oregon. ; Real Estate !! auu via iiotmne j j ti 4 .i r CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.