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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 25 March 1897

Corean Taper. A remark;il)le kiml of paper is pro duced in Cores entirely by nianual la bor and without the use of any ma chinery. Its quality excels that of the very beet made in China or Japan. The raw material used for this paper is ob tained from the bark of Broussoneta oapyrifera, which is collected in the Spring and beaten in water containing a large admixture of wood ashes, until re duced to thick pulp; this is taken in large ladles and spread upon frames of bamboo, and in this way formed into thin sheets. Another kind of paper is produced from old scraps trodden into pulp much in the same way that grape juice is expressed in some countries a process of pulping which, though slow, has the advantage of not breaking the fiber so much as when machinery is used; then after the pulp has been made into paper, the sheets are piled up to a height of six feet and cut into pieces, to be again subjected to the feet stamping at the same time the roots nnd seeds of a plant called "tackpou...

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. — 25 March 1897

i The O. C. & E. Railroad. About two dozen new freight cars, which are to be used on the Astoria road, on its completion, have been received by the O. C. & E. railroad, and will be put into use on this road until they are needed on the Astoria line. They are fine large cars manufactured by the Ensign Manufacturing Co., of Huntington, W. Va. The cars are now on the 0. C. & E. yards in Albany. They are 34 feet cars, fitted with air brakes with a capacity of 40,000 pound? each, and are first-class iu every respect. It is also learned that a lot of cars for this road and the Astoria line are being refitted at the Southern Pacific Company's shops in Sacra mento. It is believed by many that the Southern Pacific Co. will eventually own both the O. C. & E. and Astoria road. There is good ground for the belief also that the O. C. & E. road will be extend ed into Eastern Oregon this year. The company recently placed orders for three million feet of bridge timbers and ties ...

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. — 25 March 1897

Consumption l Out-door life and Scott's Em. lsion of Cod-liver Oil with ti Kyrcphcrpuis have cured ousandsof casssof consttmp- cure old, advanced cases too; but not so many, nor so prompt ly. When a case is so far ad- fi vanced that a cure canr.ot 1 i 52 made, even then SCOTT'j jj EMULSION checks the ra,'. ity of the di:ea:e, relieves the pains in the chest, ?c:!ucss he night sweats, and tiakss the cough easier. In the.e cases it comforts and prolongs life. Don't experiment with cures that destroy the digestion. Pin your faith to the one remedy which has b?en THE STAN dard for Over 20 Years. Bock atoJt H f?? f atrmjr. For sale by all cSttigjists at 50c and $1.00. SCOTT & BOWNE, New York. -THE- I YAQUINA CASH STORE, I .YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. 3 HAS OX HANDS A FULL, LINE OF S I GENERAL MERCHANDISER Gents' Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Hats, 3 i Slices, Oil Clothing, Ladies' and 3 Childrens' Shoes. Stationer a-. 3 Childrens' Shoes, Stationery, GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED."' ALL GOODS SO...

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. — 25 March 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. P. STEWAICT. fuhlUlier. TOLEDO OREGON CURRENT EVENTS OFTHE DAY Comprehensive Kevlew of the Tmportnnt Happenings of the Past Week Culled From the Telegraphlo Columns. Five men were injured, two fatally, in a railroad accident nt La Grange, 111. A meat train bound for Hammond jumped the truck on the Bolt Line of the Chicago, Hammond & Western road. The engine was ditched, two of the cars were telescoped, and the re mainder of the train thrown from the trout A small band of unemployed work men have begun the construction of a boulevard in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, to pay for which pnblic sub scriptions have been taken. Ex-Mayor Sutro warned the workmen to keep off his land, and as the boulovard extends across Sutro's property, work had to be suspended. Sutro has promised to siga a deed for the strip, however. miss Blanche Berard, the oldest postmistress in tho country, who has held office for a half century, has re signed. Administrations and presi d...

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. — 25 March 1897

V i TCI 10 The Mississippi and Missouri j ITiaring Danger Point. LEVEE WORKERS GIVE UP I ? JIIhtb Are Rising; Itapldly at All I 1'oints Snow Is Melting Fast in I Northwest and Rainfall Increasing. iMemphis, Tenn., March 22. To night the great flood claimed five more victims. At Marion, Etta Lix and her four children were trying to make their way to the town for shelter, and -while attempting to cross a railroad trestle the strong current overwhelmed the party, and all perished. The oldest child was a girl aged 16, and the youngest an infant of 8 months. jThe river is still rising at Memphis, anil the indications are that it will continue to do so for some time. The river tonight stands 86. 9 feet, a rise iiiu morning of 0.1. jjThe rise is continuing at Cairo, and heavy rains prevail in the upper and middle valley. Throughout the entire Northwest territory, the drainage from which Bwells the volume of water in the upper Mississippi, these rainfalls Ontinue. The same conditions prevai...

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. — 25 March 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. NmVAin.Mltor.ml Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Liuco'n County, OreKon. Subscription Hates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the postoiliee at Toledo, Oregon, ns secoiid-elnss until nnttter. Advertising ratos made known on application Business lo mis will be inserted in these col umns at live cent per lino per week, uud will be run until oruere.i uiscoiiiiuue.i. Every postmaster in Lincoln county is authoriz ed to act hp aiceut for the Lkaiikk. Official County Paper, Just at this time we stand in need of a little money, and if those that are owing us can spare a little it will materially aid us. Small amounts will be thankfully received, as they will amount to considerable in the aggregate. LOCAL NOTES Gowell sells everything. Peter Telleison sells sugar and coffee, tea, bakingpowder, etc. Brit. White was down from Pioneer the first of the week. Gowell pays cash, or its equiva lent, for eggs, butter a...

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. — 1 April 1897

j jVolums V. lUliECTORY. MM0l,N('0l!M'V. Joint senator luint Uuprese'itntive, i:nntit.' Jn'lyo ilerk hariff Treasurer - M'ool Superintendent surveyor Assessor Coroner Commissioners J Tol. Carter K. R. Lake J. O, Stearns R. F. Junes (Jeorge Lnndis .1. 1.. Hyde 8. G. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley I,utz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday alter the lirst Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COU RT. (ion. J. C. Fullerton Judge VV.i. Yates 1'ros. Attorney Otitirt convenes on 4111 Monday in July and famfrih Mnnniiv in January of each vear. j CITY OF TOLEDO. I!, f. .lone Mayor J. F. Stt-wart Recorder 1:. A. Arnold Marshal a. Crosno, ('. t. Howell,.. C. I. Tiliotsou I.. II. .Stun,... Aldermen Lestur Wauirh . T. Peterson, J &iincil meets on the first Monday evening In oaoi mouth. TOLEDO PRECINCT. lee of the Peace J. A. Hall Constable J. C.Altree NEWPORT. Justice of the Peace Geo. F. Sylvester CoS tuble, W....

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. — 1 April 1897

i MR. : MEEKS' T "T" K said his inline was Slocks, f 1 ami it struck thoughtful ones in Buffalo Horn that the pa tronymie was singularly appropriate for the gentleman himself wns a mild eyed, "sundy-looklu' " little man, with a self-deprecatory nlr that suggested a standing apology on his part for pre suming to exist. He floated into town quietly, and bo unobtrusive and modest whs he that It was several days before his presence began to be noticed, and then only on account of a rumor that bad gained circulation to the effect that lie was an officer of the United States Secret Service. Then Buffalo Hornites lulled. Of course, like all Western peo ple, they understood that It Is not best to Judge from appearances; but, oh! what a chump I'ncle Sum must be. to send a wee bit of a man like this to arrest an Oklahoma malefactor! To be sure, nolxidy had the temerity to suggest this to Sir. Meeks. There are communities In which the one who pre sumes iiM)ii appearances is taking very long ch...

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. — 1 April 1897

CREASE AND INCREASE. An elephant wears more creases to his trousers than any other animal. They teem to be sort of u kilt pleat with a bias slope. lie is not very fashionable, but is up to date in taking care of himself. Some suililen, violent pains crease, twist or con tract the muscles or tendons, and this is the nature of a had sprain. If neglected, the creases increase, and so does the pain, until sometimes it is very difficult to straighten them nut, hut by the prompt use of St. Jacobs Oil, the friction or rub hinir in its application and the curative qualities of the oil will smooth out the worst twist or crease and get the muscle in natural shape, where it will remain, re stored, strengthened, cured. Promptness in using it insures prompt cure, and when the sprain is cured, it is cured for good. C. P. Villiers, "Father of the house of commons," who just celebrated his ninety-fifth birthday, has represented AVolverhamptoif uninterruptedly for sixty-two years. ON TIME, And very ...

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. — 1 April 1897

i1 ,,1 Still Firing Away. All Important Cliaiisc ! Notice of Sheriffs Sale. VOTICK IS liniiKRY GIVEN' THAT BY VIR- fw3 XT . x-r . ..,1 . ! me of an execution a1:-! ordernf salelisued 1 tie JNewport JSews is still alter Beginnm" January ist, 1S97, the outof thecir.uitcomt f toe state of onon, r . t 1 . 1 r .1 c '1 1 ?i r ,1 r. Tr forlhn county of Lincoln, hearine dale of Carter, Lake, etal., for the failure present weekly edition of the DE- Marea it, r.f. ami n-i i. r tiio seal of said of the legislature lo re-elect Mitchell jTROIT FREE PRESS will be entd Si' .. ":iu,"S. SVfi CUanCrea tO a ay i January, A. 11. to the U. S. senate. Some of its articles are quite pointed and take j the gentlemen referred to to task in j articles take on new interest in the! $1.00 PER YEAR 1 The usual hterarv TWICE-A-WEEK. The Price will remain the same, light of the rumor that they are! features will be continue), anil ii i.n7. in a suit therein A r tftur lit. (!.?.-' r wim ! in 'if!, nwl T. I!. Homing...

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. — 1 April 1897

I Xonsumption life and Scott's Lmalsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites have cured thousands of cases of consump tion in the early stages. They cure old, advanced eases too; hut not so many, nor so prompt ly. When a case is so far ad vanced that a cure cannot be made, even then SCOTT'S EMULSION checks the rapid ity of the di:ease, relieves the pains in the chest, reduces 'he night sweats, and ' makes the cough easier. In thece cases it comforts and prolongs life. Don't experiment with cures that destroy the digestion. Pin yoti? fith to the OV-Z r?TT!cdy which has b:en THE STAN dard for Over 20 Years. Book about it free for the asking. For sale by all druggists at 50c and SCOTT & BOWNE, New York. Aii Important Change Beginning January ist, 1S97, the present weekly edition of the DE- L TROIT FREE PRESS will be changed to a TWICE-A-WEEK. The Price will remain the same, $1.00 PER YEAR The usual li'.erarv, and humorous features will be continued, and h will also Contains all 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. — 1 April 1897

Lincoln County Leader J. K. MTKWAKT. PuMUIier. TOLEDO ORI-XiON GDRRDir EVENTS OF THE DAY Comprehensive Review of the Important Happening of the Past Week Culled From the Teleg-raphlo Columns. In anticipation of an increase in the American tariff, Canadian distillers are shipping large quantities of whisky to the United States. Senator Lindsay, from the committee on judiciary, has reported the bankrupt cy bill substantially as it was reported by Senator Teller, during the last con gress. Nineteen business buildings in Bloomington, Wis., were burned. The fire originated in a saloon at 1 o'clock in the morning. The total loss is $50, 000, with light insurance. The senate in executive session con firmed the nomination of Willis Van deventer, of Wyoming, to be assistant attorney gciiciai; Luuiieg scunner to be major, ordnance department of the army. Representative Evans, of Kentucky, baa introduced a resolution in congress requesting the president to give notice that the United States wo...

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. — 1 April 1897

AID FOR BEETGROWERS. A DESERT OF WORDS. THE FRUIT OUTLOOK. Thejjp Four Days' General j Debate Is Ended. - i SEVERAL SPEECHES WERE MADE The New Tariff Bill Will Now lie 2 Discussed In Five-Minute Speeches j The New Senator From Florida. Washington, March 27. The fuur days' general deabte in the house on the Dingley tariff bill closed tonight. The hill will now be open for debate under the five-minute rule for five days, when the vote will be taken. Bailey, the opposition leader, who (' was to have closed the general debate for his side today, was unable to make ins speecn, owing to a sore tnroat, ana a mutual arrangement was made for an hour's debate on each side just before the final vote is taken. wTuu tjpeeh-liiiilvilig tuuuy Wao liul of a very lively order, but the crowds in the galleries continued. :5Five members of the ways and means committee spoke today Tawney, Dal zell, Russell, Payne and Stone. The other speakers at the session were Tal bert, Clark, Maguire, Gunn, Cox, Mc R...

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. — 1 April 1897

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.' J. V. KTKWAKT.Kditor and Proprietor. Published! every Thursday at Toledo, Muuo's County, OreKon. c , ... T) . Subscription Rates: n 1 One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, - - - .75 Three months, .50 Entered at the postolllce at Toledo, Oregon, as Kecorid-chitw mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application Business lo als will be inserted in these eot - nmiiH at five reiitaper line per week, and will be run until ordered discontinued. Kvery postmaster In Lincoln county IB authoriz ' ed to act as ajcenl for the Leadek. Official County Paper, - - - -- - J Just at this time we stand in .need ( of a little money, and if those that i are owing us can spare a Jittle it will materially aid us. Small amounts will be thankfully received, as they will amount to considerable in the aggregate. LOCAL, XOTC3 Do you know Gowell? Did you get fooled today? What do you want at Gowell's? Peter Telleison sells sugar and coffee, tea, bak'ingpovvder, etc. Judge W. S. Huflor...

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. — 8 April 1897

Whtcoln (-onttfy Waultr. IricAeperacderxt ig. o.ll tlhtiriggo, 3Me-u.trgtl in JSTotlirg. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Thursday, April 8, 1897. Volume V. Number 4. "I ,f DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. t Senator Tol. Carter . R. Lake J. O. Stearns B. F. Jones George Landia J. L. Hyde S. G. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin it Representative, tunty Judge irk - - ' -eriff School Superintendent Rasurer surveyor AiseBsor Coroner Commissioners j County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesiiny after the first Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December. " CIRCUIT COURT! ' Hon. J. C. Fullerton, Judge W. E. Yates Pros. Attorney ' Court convenes on 4th Monday In July and fourth Monday in January of each year. CITY OF TOLEDO. i. F. Jones Mayor J. F. Stewart '. Recorder A. Arnold, Marshal n. oruBUu V. l. itoweu, i Kv-r.:::!::::::::::: 1 Lester Waugh, A. T. Peterson J ' Council meets on the first Monday evening in each month. TOLEDO PRECINCT...

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. — 8 April 1897

Lineoln Gounty Leader J. F. KTKWAKT. PuhlUlier. TOLEDO OREGON A FARMERS' TRUST. An Allegeil l'lt to Control tlm Produce Market. Toledo, April 5. Farmers are trying , to form a trust, it in to sprea-1 ail over Great Damage to the Delta CURRENT VENISOFTHEDAY Comprehensive Review of the Important Happenings of the Fast Week Culled From the Telegraphlo Column. A bill making irriiric.liu.tcly available 200,000 for saving life ami property along tho Mississippi has been agreed to in congress in an amended form and sent to the president for his signature. United States Minister Denby, at Pekin, has notified the department of state that, as a result of the efforts of the British government, China has con sented to open to commerce West river, which is situated in Canton, and at the mouth of which lies Hong Kong. Representative Spuulding, of Michi gan, has introduced in the house a joint resolution providing for the annexation of Hawaii to the United States. It gives consent of congress that...

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. — 8 April 1897

r Senators the Friends of the Oppressed Islanders. J'UR RESOLUTIONS READ r Recognizing Insurgent as Bel ligerents and Calling for Infor- maMou Allen Would Save Rivera. S Washington, April 8. The Cuban Question was revived in the senate to jday after a long period of comparative Valm. Four distinct Cuban resolutions jwere brought forward in rapid succes sion. The last and most important tone came from Morgan. It declared ihat a state of war exists in Cuba, and Announces the policy of the United tates to maintain a strict neutrality 3 between both parties to the conflict, with full recognition of the insurgents a belligerents. Morgan gave notice i that he would call the resolution Tip at '"She next meeting of the senate, with ?lie expectation of securing final action. Of the other resolutions two were agreed to. One calls on the president for letters of General Gomez to himself and to Cleveland, and for other infor mation. The other, by Mills, instructs f lie committee on foreign rela...

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. — 8 April 1897

Crop and Weather Bulletin. December, January and February had mild temperatures and about normal precipitation. November and March were the coldest on record. The latter part of Novem ber had a phenomenal freeze, which did some damage to fruit-trees; the freeze came before the sap had re treated to the roots, hence the dam age. March was cold, cloudy and rainy, with snow in the mountains. West of the Cascades and in the Columbia river valley the mean temperature in March averages from 38 to 42 degrees; over the Plateau Region it ranged from 28 to 35 degrees. These temperatures are from 3 to 7 degrees below the March normal. The precipitation for March was, rain west of the Cas cades, and rain or snow to the east of them; the total was from 2 to 9 inohf", Ninr grmtt as usual, along the coast. The snowfall was heavier than usual, especially in the mountains. There was not suffi cient sunshine and heat to cause vegetation to grow during March. The season is very late. On this day, Apri...

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. — 8 April 1897

O0T CASH - Ya quiii a City, Oregon. Hardware, Tinware, Etc. Goods Sold at San Francisco Prices J. S. BOOTH, Frop., YAQUINA CITY, OREGON. inc only one magatin tan be taken, tve would swest lit REVIEW OF REVIEWS, as covering more ground than any otliermagatine." Board of Library Commissioners of New Hampshire, 1896. 1 HIS magazine is, in Its contributed and 'departmental features, what Its readers, who Include the most noted as names of the E:nglish-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to datie," "thoroughly abreast of the times," " invaluable," and " Indispensable." It is profusely illustrated with timely portraits, views, and cartoom. Its original articles are of Immediate Interest, by the best authorities on their respect ive subjects. The Editor's " Progress of the World " gives a clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of the human race during the curr ent month. The " Leading Articles of the Month " present the 1 mportant parts of the best magazine a. uv.es...

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. — 8 April 1897

t. TTTC r I)T V NO. I've never been shipwreck ed, nor been In collision till the time I've been to sen a matter of over forty years. But I've carried Home queer passengers In my time. I'll tell yon about two who exercised a powerful inllnenee over me; hut whether for good or evil you shall hear presently. It was In the fall of 1872, just when on the eve of sailing, that an old gen tleman stepped on board, and hurried ly approached me. He was n tall, spare man, with Iron gray hair, and had n slight stoop nt the shoulders. "ooil ibiy, fitpiftlM." s.t'.rt lie. "I only heard this morning that you were wailing fur the United States, and I hurried down to ascertain If you could filial accommodation for myself and daughter at so short notice." Certainly," I replied. "I shall be only too pleased to take you. As it happens there are only three passen gers booked this trip, and they are second-class, so you ran have the saloon pretty much to yourselves." He thanked me effusively and disap pea...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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