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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 July 1897

apt Britain ana nanus s ftew Panama Scheme. EXT y want more powers in fruited Stales ami Germany Invited i ... 1ir.., Itu 1ia Mfiufc yjuin in" - irmlilulile Alliance Ever Seen. V'ork, July 15. A special to the lal and Advertiser from Washing- ji "understanding has been reached 7 .. -1 Ti..:n l...l- to the completion aim ronuiii ui 1 i. 1 ..a Panama ounal. Germany was Hi ll to participate, nut owing to the l-Tarkish complications her as has been delayed, though it will nbtedly come in time. Now an I. .rr,? mfi'l" t lenrn if the U r-i , ..J ... 0 tatia will noine in and form n. frnple alliance for the completion nonttviliziitimi nf the Ciinnl. ifwuld such an alliance be effected it fid be the most poweriui ior peace worm lias ever seen, rourieen ilred and seventy-seven naval ves mounting 15,283 guns, nnd man hv 178.(185 seamen, would stand the protection of the canal under flags of the four great powers They would represent a gross hant marine tonnage of 18,388,956, jrly three-quarter...

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. — 22 July 1897

3 LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. t. r. STKWAKT.Ktlitor and Proprietor. I'ubllshed every Thursday at Toleilo, Lineo'n County, OreKon. Subscription Rates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postofflce at Toledo, Oregon, as second-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be inserted In these col umns at five cents per line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster In Lincoln county Is author! ed to act as aicenl for the Lkaijkb. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Chattel mortgages for sale at this office. Ladies' Ox Blood Oxfords only $1.50 at O'Brien's. Best Outing Flannels 10 cents per yard at O'Brien's. District court will convene at this place next Monday. Otis Hinkle, of Philomath, is visiting in Toledo this week. All the latest colorings in Gents' fancy shirts at O'Brien's. Mrs. C. G. Copeland made a business trip to Newport Tuesday. The Red Seal Lye or Potash is the best. For ...

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. — 29 July 1897

Tmcoln lr- Volume V. DIRECTORY. UHVOLK COUHCT. ,fct Senator Hot Representative, ntr Judge k - Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Btearni B. r. Jonei George Lanll J. L. Hyde 8. U. Irvtn Z. M. Derrick Hurley I.uti T. M. Coomtw Chu. Williams J'saperlntendent rVr coroner - imUslonen F. A. Godwin fcinnty Commis-loner- Court meet on Wed ,Jy After the llrst. Monday In February, Jfil Jane, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon, ,. J. C. Fullerton Judge i, Yates 1 ros- Attorney !..., nn 4th Monday in July and Ijith Monday In January ol each year. CITY OF .Uljlvii). F.Jones, .........Mayor 4 A. Arnold', .....Marshal itB. Crotno, 1 (jUiowell, iLTIIlotson L Aldermen i M. Starr I liter Waogh v ijiUIL-apr necoraer tl. reteraon t ouncll meets on the first Monday evening in month. TOLEDO PRECINCT. ft,tice of the Peace tomuble J; A. Hall J. C.Altree NEWPORT. Iiiitlreof the Peace Oeo. F. Sylvester inHtalllc, " . n. wuivuucju YAQCINA. i.ilm of the Peace, J. 8. Booth loiiKtable W.L. Watkins ELK CI...

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. — 29 July 1897

I :7,:a -4Vc:: 7 ; ; r. , ' J . ." .1 . ' ' V -7 1. ,r ..! JTJ I -SCAPTIMD A RUNAWAY TRAIfi (Xa. ( V.i.i.l. Hair It! I ! Iiccll llll'lli'il I mil nl' Southern I'lirllli- linll i ml slin nl inn uf tin- big li r- lliill.lh ,,r ,;, I ,,, ,. I'll, 'o:l! lull?' ill' 1 1 1 largest cnllsiillihltcd palli'lll incilii's in u-,., ilisiylir.l c (,( dally I'm' i:i..iinl.ii j work, wince plans mil , . iti. al Inns wi n' ill ii n il by pinb iililv Hit' only l.i.lv ciiii iiii'i'lmlilml ll-illi'll- ill America, II' lint ill lill' world, tlnw kIii- iiniiiiii'ii liiT ini'M'iit position l in f Hi,, riiiliiiiiil legends nf tin. mini ..i wlii. li sin- mirks, Iml I ! believe 1 ! hinry has never been in I'linl. I A IiiiiiiIm'I' of years nun, iiliuni fifteen I believe, siiin,. lucky prospectors "In- j iiti'il'' illinium Halms away ni in Hit' I hIiiiii-i liKir.-,s-il,l,. 'iiriii'M's f inn'! in Hie inoiiiiialn ranges of Hie el "d d nieiial ilches of the lead ( amply ii-p il.l Hie heavy expense of I ihe "mule ...

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. — 29 July 1897

ll'l., is . "'Mux , . m. on info,, but tor. I uml t'ls of t Aiitln, is lum the tug Hi., the m,, wtible t Birth Kn Starlatlca. j 8 ciuise of great anxiety in fi that the mrin ie " ' . . 1.... atota ftf aff.!! J deutli rat", u"1 l"D " Vme portions of the United States ;Ln niove serious. While in Fiance Jhirtli rate is 23 per iuuu, in ncvuua t Ll Island lias 21.8 per 1,000, a lit ;il more than France, Wyoming lias f,8per 1,000, and Oregon 22.5. If 'A were not for immigration the rtUlation would be gradually falling J . . ut.itlaf i.n l,n in. M and accoiuiug i" ""v. ... iii- T. vr 1 .l ,l. tftcoiist will be replaced by another IJi,rithin a period varying from 16 to 20 yearB. iKiver and canal improvement is an Iportant subject in France. One of Tp latest propositions is to improve the liire and its canals at a cost of $24, nOO 000. The Klione and Garonne Ave already been improved and the Xivt expenditure is justified by re- :ivy expend Its. 1 tK CENTI.ENES. f Tie Kentle in stimulating th...

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. — 29 July 1897

AN OBSERVATION. Toledo, Ore., July 27, 1897. Editor Leader: It seems to me that one of the greatest industries of a coast county is being sadly overlooked. Now in 1800. when first landing in this part of the world, I observed dur ing the heavy fogs, that sometimes envelope this part of the coutry. that the salmon would ELK CITY ITEMS. These cool nights remind us of fall weather. Prof. Ira Wade, of Toledo, made us 3 call Sunday. . Geo. V. Davis and family and Go G. Bingham, of Salem, spent Sunday at this burg. C. W. Young, of Salado, was iu town the first of the week. " Neil Newhouse and family of Corvallis are camped on the Elk Crfy camp ground. Mrs. Griffoz, of Corvallis, is camping Elk City. . Wade Hampton Daniels with his son Ralph passed tl'rough town yesterday, very much pleased yith the action of he court ... mCUamicey Trapp returned from Astorialast week where lie has pepnjor four or fuie -months. He fports.plenty of employment in hat irt of Oregon. Elk City Assembly of Artis...

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. — 29 July 1897

s i Li .J B TTT.J. m prepared to do all kinds of ;.Ct work and Repairing. Han- kinds of Frame and Room fmgs; iapci Frame making a specialty. ;Jlon or addiess, R. A. ARNULU, Toledo. Oregon. YATES & YATES, Notice for Publication AWYERS, ALUS, OREGON bSS & RICE, BLACKSMITHS. T. Jay Butord is spending the heated months on Yaquina Bay. Motto of Lincoln county court: ! "Starvation for schools and roads. do WJSJg'SS,''' atbut osands for lawsuits." vvm me county commissioners take the advice of the grand jury and make the report of the expert public? Judge Gordon Hayes, of Clacka mas county, paid this county a visit this week, combining business with pleasure. Mrs. Thos. Whitehorn, of Cor vallis, and Miss Boswell, of Colfax, Wash., are visiting Miss Effie Crosno this week. We acknowledge calls Land Offlce at Oregon City, Oregon, ffOTI0E IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT THE M. (S1!0. "KnRme? "2t,ler h" notice of h s intention to make final proof in support of wVh"i?.? f"? ?rf made Toledo, Oregon,...

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. — 29 July 1897

Lincoln County Leaden A MONETARY COMMISSION. J. F. 8TKWAKT. ful.Il.lior. TOLEDO OREGON Bill Introduced for the Appointment of a ISoitril of Eleven. Washington, July 26. Kepresenta-j i tivo Stone, of Pennsylvania, today in ! traduced in the house a bill to author- ize the appointment of a monetary ! coiniiiission, and to provide for its ex ! penses. The text of Stone's hill ia as ! follows: That the president iH hereby author ! ized to appoint a monetary commission of 11 members, who shall he persons especially lit ted hy experience, training and study for the consideration of the subjects coming before said commis sion. Said commission shall investi gate and report what changes), if any, are necessary and expedient in our present banking and currency laws, and what further legislation, if any, is desirable relative to our national banking system anil our government paper currency of notes and certiti- ites, and may, in connection there- ...itl. vaiA.ff u ixiil i fif.i win nf uYiutin...

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. — 29 July 1897

lii COAST NEWS Resume of Events in the Northwest. dence of steady growth .it Gathered in All me '" ur Neighbor'" Htiites Iiiinrnve- j l,tNnel In All Industries Oi-.-ef.li. Golden Standard quartz mine, . lr old Hill, in Jackson comity, was , iied last week lor iao,uuu. officers of the Mathloma have ; , JjjjxJ a crew in Corvallis to work on j ing (lain war, is iu uo iuv in ui . It Dog bar. timates put on the wheat crop of cm Oregon are that there win De liie neiglihorhood of 15,000,000 j fRMB liarVfBlC. lino a..nw... Jie wagon bridge across the Yam- ;' a"cl "... ' lyed piers. Travel over tlie britlgo be interrupted lor two or three : B. lie Falls City correspondent of the : l;is Independent says that liops in ,4 precinct are looking well, haying begun in earnest, ana inn-sown 4 will soon be ready for the binder. C. V. Brock says that the crop kheat in Sherman county is the '9t on record. A conservative esti ile places the output to be harvested 000,000 bushels, all ol excellent ity. 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. — 29 July 1897

1 LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. F. STKHABT.Kdltor 11111 Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toladof Ll'uco'A County, Oregon. , .. Subscription Rates:-- One year, - - $1.50 Six months, ...... . - .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the pouoffice at Toledo, Oregon, an second-class maH matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business locals will be Inserted In these col umnist live cents per line per week, and will be roil Until ordered discontinued. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authorlz od,to act as agent for the Liadkb. Gowell sells everything. Mail orders for anything receive prompt attention at Gowell's. ' Everybody that can get away has gone or is going camping these days. Amos Strong, ot Salem, is iu this comity on business, arriving last night. Klondyke gold or American sil ver will bu j more goods at Gowell's than any other house on the Bay. A PECULIAR SESSION. The special session of the county court held last Saturday was a peculiar session, to say the le...

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. — 5 August 1897

1 A I Mlttv tttcotn folumc V. Iracieperxd.ent Jxl all tirags, INTetr-al ira Nothing. t : :r f DIRECTORY. h:- Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, August 5, 1897. LI StUlK COUNTY. j senator J Representative, jiy Judge iff l Superintendent .tvor ier kislinners j Tol. Carter E. R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landia J. L. Hyde 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chits. Williams F. A. Godwin i.rr,.mml1oiiRrs Court meets on Wed kv alter the tlrst Monday in February, i ......... f"inrirtAT ni Dflnfiinhnr ,juiie, rtuguci, CIRCUIT COURT. J. C. Fullerton, ... Judge Vates. iron. Atturiitij rtronveneson 4th Monday in July and Mumluy iu jmiumj ol ca.a year. A. tCITY OF TOLKDO. w, ...Mayor Jitewart Recorder iAmold Manual jjilrosno, 1 liHiwell. I uTillottun I Aldermen 4 Starr, ,r Waugh, Tj I'eterson J Audi meets on the first Monday evening in , 4 month. TOLEDO PRECINCT. J.A. Hall J.C.Altree T,IXV, 1 Jdijle,. neof t natal Ure of the Peace :uble i NEWPORT, (ceof the Pea...

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. — 5 August 1897

1 i i Lineoln County Leader J. F. 8TEWAKT. Publl.her. TOLEDO. OREGON DomprrhennlT Review of the Important Happenings of the Patt Wwk Culled Froni the Teleg-raphlo Column. Crockery is to he advanced in price because of the new tariff. Mrs. Ilougen, aged 75, was burned to death in her home near Burlington, Skagit county, Wash. The July run of salmon, although late, is promising well and the fisher men on the lower Columbia are report ing largo catches. The flax grown for fiber on the Cor vallis college farm has been pulled. A portion of it attained the length of 53 inches, while the average length is about 40 inches. Tho first mail for the Yukon valley under the new contract left Juneau July 18 in charge of F. W. Hoyt, car rier. It consisted of 1,688 letters, be ing an accumulation from last April. The treasury officials have discovered a number of inconsistencies in the new tariff law, some of them, it is feared, incapable of reconciliation. It is point ed out that section 202 places...

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. — 5 August 1897

4 SB COftST REWS Resume of Events in the Northwest. flDENCE OF STEADY GROWTH J, Gathered In All the Towns of Our Neighboring States Improve oted In All lndlitric Oregon. he Washington county court is da ng the question of building a county ew wheat warehouse has been i, t Mission to take the place of one that burned recently. he estimated sum of money that lias Orant county during the last year nbicvcles is f.4,500. This sum would a bicycle to about every twentieth brasB shoe weighing 1,800 pounds cast at me AbLuhu Uuii worAd last k. The shoe is to be put on the I ol the Manzanita to liokl tne stern I, rudder and screw. I'ork is piling up at the Pendleton wiry so rapidlv that it has been Li neceassary to work nights. A t force has been hired and in a few the hum of the machinery will be id almost without cessation in the lislnnent. e citizens of Marshiiold, Myrtle Jut and other towns in Coos county i' complained somewhat of a sugar me, but C'oquille has been worse There has been a s...

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. — 5 August 1897

The Expert's Report. The report of the county expert is a matter of much interest to all of the people of the county. It has cost the county a goodly sum of money and the people are very anxious to know whether they are to get value received from the re. port. That part of the report that is filed is very incomplete, in that it consists of a lot of totals arranged as to items, but nothing to show where these items come from. To illustrate: The clerk is charged with county warrants issued in his favor by the county court aggregat ing a large sum 01 monev; and is It is rumored that the steamship Farallon, which has been on the Yaquina-San Francisco route, will be pulled off at once and put onto the Alaska route. What boat will take her place on the Yaquina route we are not informed. R. C. MILLER, Has opened a shop in Toledo'and solicits the patronage! of the people. ! Nine years experience and all work guaranteed first-class in every par ticular. Shon in Oradv buildinEr A report is be...

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. — 5 August 1897

IjfcUii'Esjiir Work r I I am prepared to do all kinds of rabinet woik a ...,.....&. L al kinds of Frame aud Room Luldings; Paper hanger and room 5;tter Frame making a specialty. Call ou or auu'i R. A. ARNOLD, Toledo, Oregon. YATES & YATES, LAWYERS, CORVALLIS, OREGON ROSS & RICE, BLACKSMITHS. TOLEDO, OREGON. frftierftl Shop and He pair wtirV of all tlnfl dnnc cialty. Give ub a call. THE Thrice-a-week Edition. 18 pages a week, 156 papers a Year. A paper as useful to you as a great !l daily (or only one dollar a year. Better than ever, All the News of All the Wolrd All the Time, Accurate and (air to everybody. Democratic and (or the people. Against trusts and all monopolies. Brilliant illustrations. Stories by great author In every number. Splendid reading (or women and other apodal depart mentB of unusual interest. It stands first anions "weekly" papers in sire frequency of publication and freshness, variety and reliability of contents. It Is p-actically a daily at the low...

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. — 5 August 1897

? .'.PRIVATE OV theelghteen recruits who came out to t lie Fourth Cavalry once ' upon a time an It whs stationed hi. Kurt Hascoinbo was Private James !reen, who was assigned to Company H. I-'rom the first hour he came among lis we realized that he was of good birth, well eil ilea ted, and that he had enlisted In order to disappear from the world for a time. There are plenty of filch cases, and they excite no particu lar interest or remark. Unless a soldier wlxiiex to :: of his pa.it ho U oclduiii liieslioucd by his comrades. If a re Tiiit is set down as a gentleman the Inference Is that family troubles or some wild adventure was the cause of his enlistment, and the matter Is never referred lo unless he makes an enemy aiming his comrades. It was the mis fortune of Coi.ipany B to have a cap tain wlio was hated by his men and nut well liked by the ollicers of the regi I. Hut for the fact that he was piitvatk r,iiKi:x knocks the captain iiown. a lilnod relatiiui of the Colonel's, his po...

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. — 5 August 1897

1 rat 11 Witt ibati it It; 1 htt w ti. rug nan. rvril, -Tit MARKET LETTER. i WEEKLY I b oin. Hoi.klns Coiiipny' Review or i rutic. , :.im.itB laws of supply and de- Lai mav at times be counterbuhiiiced T i"..:.... hut ihv runnot nlwuvs ;mwii, . with impunity, ilie mi ll specula iL ixnurPl . 1 In0e in wheat values during the week 1 been long overdue. NominHlly it iis been uaused by reported damages to i Russian wheat crop. In reality it tie to uepieieu icoci A conservative Buiieiiient oi n.iil nlirntnl in na fill. : lib inHie ..in. . w. countries require than hist mui'Mli.' I,-: Importing lhd.OOO.OOO bushels more than hisl ijr. 1 no inn, . . ... jjc surplus are America and Kussia. flatter, according to latest reports, ull have less than usnal for export. Jmerica must therefore reap the benefit 1 the increased export demand. For Jnutely, we have excellent crop pros lets, promising at present the second Srgest wheat crop ever produced in is country. lu this connection it nst be borne i...

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. — 5 August 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.! J. I'.KTIiWAUI.IIdil ir ind I'rop-.'.f '.o-, P -Vii-hcilcvcrj-TU:-County, O "o i. rt To"r "o. J.l:n 'i Sp'j MTipfioii ViAio: Oneyc;ir, - - - Ji.. Si:; month), - - - .75 T ; .e 1. oiil- . - .-o j. 1. ?.(! n the '0 .tol'm e r. 'lolc'io.O. . 1. f uC ,-oml-i 1 m: II 111. Ler. Alvc.-tlfing rules made known on application Ei- i-iem lo:-:ii will be lmcrted l:i the-e eoi t'.u imu live rcutf icr line iierv.cck, and will ie run until ordered discontinued. I vc v iirMmwiter in Lincoln comity is artho: i t ct io r.ct n? ai'ont lor the L::.u:s. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTES Chattel mortgages for tale at this office. Lai-ies' O.-; Llood O.uort o.ily $ .50 at O'Brien's. j Capt. Lem Davis was up from Newport last Tuesday. Dudley Trapp was down from Pioneer last Monday. Mrs. C. G. Copeland and family are camping at Newport. 1 tO'tiiio; I-Uci.ipH 10 cents ) t y.v at O'B.ici's. All llie la;cst colovi;i2s in Cenls' f.n-cy shirts at O'Brien's. Frank Stanion is hauling lumber...

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. — 12 August 1897

Volume v. loicdo, Lincoln Countv fWc., tl.T73T" t L. Jt bn, niurnuejy, HUgUSt F tfittiitjv i I III It r.lf Z IJt - a I ' - a'"--- " MNOOLN COUNTY. Tol. Carter . K. Lake jfi'lepresentative, .natnr Jndite J. O. StearnB twit B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Hyde Jberiff Iffsaperlnteiideiit jiirveyor Jsjessor (otoner ommlssioners ' 8. O. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin Imintv Commissioners Court meets on Wed eSay after the first Monday in February, l sun 7 .,. rtntntior BI1(I TlAPPlnhltr ..r .JUnU. rtltB""", " CIRCUIT COURT. . i r fStllprtnn Judee inn. j-. it . .. ' E Yates nun. jiHuiimj I I'nnrt convenes on 4th Monday in July and I CITY OF TOLEDO, i F.Jone ...Mayor f F.Stewart Recorder I Arnold Marshal m.B. Crosno,... LTillotson,. , M. Starr,.... .ester Wiiugh, 1.1. Peterson,. Aldermen I'dimcil meetB on the first Monday evening in ibua montn, TOLEDO PRECINCT. nstice of the Peace instable NEWPORT. J. A. Hall J. C.AItrce nstlceof the Peace Geo. F. ...

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. — 12 August 1897

the pW 1 ;tk over to .riuncu1 1 osfn't""1' .jlJICUllini R fl .S.'. CS I V 1 U si fl UBt I I ' V 1 I I I i V - l( Alas id lliigaii ic. J1""' 5 tM del"1 "I'M I! ri ' it HE United States (iovern uii'iit in 18(57 paid Itussia 7, a 0 0.(1 0 0 for Alaska. The terri tory bus paid buck her pu rutins mon ey in gold four times, having pro duced during the time it Ims been n part of the United States about $30, 000,000 of the pre cious yellow uietul. Tu-uu. the eyes of our for the world are turned toward frozen inquisition in the north, wilhin its borders has been dis covered an I'.lilorailo. The word Klon dyke, literally translated meaning Ieer Jtiver. is on every tongue and is known as the designation for a gold-bearing district greater in mea nml rieher in diameter than iiny the world has ever known, with the txtssible exception of California. Klond.vKe is the new open sesame to Aladdin's cave; it supplants 'Tike's I'eak or bust" in the fold-seeker's vernacular. "The days of "!I7" may becom...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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