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Ve present to the people of Lin
coln county this week the initial
number of the Lincoln County
Leader as a candidate for popular
favor and patronage of all the people
of Lincoln county.
In entering upon the . work of
publishing a weekly paper we' will
make no promises of future great
performances, assuring he people
pnly that as long as we are engaged
In the work we will do our utmost
for the advancement of the best in
terests of Lincoln county, and Tole
do, asking in return' as liberal $ pat
ronage as the . people feel that our
efforts have entitled us to.
It will be -our aim to make the
Leader a newspaper in the fullest
gense of the word, as far as the
county field is concerned, and will
prmr no pains in gathering the
news and placing it before our read
ers in 9 neat and attractive manner
Ronttl! UK of It Malory and Onraalsation,
Lincohi was cut off from. Benton
by the 1 -giMature of 1893, the bill
rrming Ae new county becoming
law 01: the 21st day of February,
1893 an ' as introduced by Senator
Crosnc, :i d known as "Seriate Bill
119,' 71 f bill was one of a total
of eleye -1 wise and senate bills in
troduced during the session, which
sought to create new counties in the
state, Senator Crosuo's bill was
the only one that became a law,
and this a-as the result of Senator
Crosno's indefatigable efforts, as
sisted by many prominent men of
what is iow Lincoln cbunty, and
the manifest justice.. of the end
sought fff iii the measure.
The boindaries of Lincoln county
.are as folows; the north by
the sontl line of Tillamook and a
small pat of Polk counties; on the
t. C 1.1. f .
cijai uy . ui uit; v-Ulsc
It shall ever be our policy to Donno fii it- rpch
treat with courteous respect the w. wi,e, the line makes a io f
opinions 01 an persons, relieving about ,. miies thence south to
that an honest sentiment is worthy the nortl line of Lane county; on
of the esteem of every upright man the soutl by the north line of Lane
wnetner it aecorus witu our own
views or not.
... w,,tyt urggop, Ihursday, March 9, ,893.
EAST AND SOUTH
Lincoln County L,iiincli.ftd.
The coif, is indenfcd by four bays,
ATA . . , . f 1 . t t i1 . f . i m 'V "
x rusting implicitly in xne mtura nearly 1 500 square mnes and a
prosperity and advancement of populati-h of nearly 4,000. The
Toledo and Lincoln county, and county i rolling Ta1vthilly, with
hoping to contribute our help to many be utiful anil Uertile valleys
tnat aesirea ena, iara,
The costs of transcribing the rec
ords from Benton to Lincoln county
will, it is estimated, reach close to
$6,000, Comes high, but we mast
Investors have begun to get their
eyes on Toledo and many strangers
are looking the towu and' comitly
Over these days.
Well, how do you like the first
number of the Leader?
We acknowledge a pleasant call
from Mrs. C. L. Gowell and Miss
Hattie Reeder this week. .
Sheriff G. A. Lanrlis? came up
from Newport today-r-Saturday.
We acknowledge a short call.
The wages of the section men
along the line have been reduced
from $1 .60 to $i .50 per day.
Our thanks are due B. F. Jones,
T. E. Parker, and many others; for
material assistance rendered us in
preparing this week's paper.
The business firms of Toledo are
mostly represented in the Leader,
but we wish to have every firm in
the city represented in its colnmus.
Will the churches and societies
.1.- : . r v
u.c "s.sembie-aid we
in a!l thdstatey caioT,5t
if 1 j " "vi n. .Main im j 1 . - . .
of Toledo kindly hand iu notices of servate Wnds: ' When due taxes
their regular meetings, for publica
tion in our "society" directory.
Receiver Hadley and Supt. Mul
cahy passed over the road in a spe
cial train last Tuessday inspecting fa ? ,u J
the line to become more familiar- .1 t-1 ; .
ized with the needs of the road.
ed here, under the name
Lodge. The officers are as fol
lows: C. B. Crosno. C. T: Miss
Sada Chambers, V. T,; Miss Belle
Butler. Chap.: Geo. Bethers. Secv.:
Iiss Jennie Alexander, Asst. Secy.;
iss Etfie Crosno, Fin. Secy.; Mrs.
M. E.. Alexander, Treas.; Jay
Buford, Mar.; Miss Anna Q. Cham
bers, Asst. Mar.; Miss Hattie
Reeder, Guard; J. W. Parrish,
L. D.; Mrs. M. E. Butler, S. J.T.;
J. J. Tumidge, P. C. T.; Mrs.
Mary Bethers, V. C.
BORN.-To the wile ol 1vM Derby Friday
Mri'h . istv.-bhy.
BiTttS.-Tx the wife ol Wm. Mueller, Msrch C
ISO, a girl.
PMple of lac Nfw Coanty KlUy (Vlrbritte
Last Friday was a gaja day for
the peaple of Lincoln county, that
being the day set apart for the rati
.fication of the formation of the new
county, at Toledo, under the aus
pices of the ladies of Lincoln county.
The weather clerk, for
the people a beautiful day, from
dawn until dusk the sky being clear,
People bean to assemble at" an
early hour, and by a o'clock
the streets of our little city present
ed a decided holiday
At 10:30 the good steamer Volanta,
under Capt. Davis, arrived from
Newport and Yaquina with her
cabins aiid decks crowded with
.Lincoln county people on pleasure
bent, while the jaunty little steam
er Benton, with the popular ; Cant.
Robertson in command, added her
quota of passengers to the thrmio- 1
At 12 o'clock, sharp, the doors of
me banquet hall at the Blake House!
were thrown open and the
bled people were seated to a most
- ! r W Hit
:ounty, m the west Pacific ocean, ladies of Lincoln county, and rteht
.1.. ' o
The cointy contains an area of
of the p
A.. I, .... . .
yyaiiy naa ttiey provided, too,
Seat!' were prodded at the tabjes
fJ about one hundred guests aj a
time, but, thanks to rtft- ladies
tkise vvho cato.tr last were as roj J.,
ly proviOtctl'with clam soup, baked
cbms, salmon, chicken and haras,
mu liumerous ouier aeiicacies is
those.-wrlHwere first at the feast.
Ay bout j-oo p. m. the crowd hay
ing, been well feasted, were headpi
"by he ToLeOo Brass Band discoursl
OU1M7. a4 uresenti thp lnS some me music, and marched
i-'f . f. ,U Tl..l'.. ' ....... ' I ....
i-oredcVliiiej" Han.- Xninn5 at tnej
A:,"-- VaquSia,- Siitz and
; I . .. . . .
p'he prinbipal ' industries
'e are farming, fishing,
. .towns " v 4
're no . laWe tolns in
T T 1
unaer tlie vigorous policy of
Jidge Fullerton the matters of tfie
0. P. road are beginning to assume
a more favorable aspect. He has
removed T. E, Hogg, as receiver
of the road and appointed E, W.
wacuey, t Corvallis, in his place.
The sale of the road was posponed
till next Tuesday, when it will
again be ofiered, Receiver Hadlev
has removed W, M, Hoog, with a
salary of $5,000 per year. Wallis
Nash, with a 3,ooq salary attach,
merit, hp also had to go.
Receiver Ifdley is now in San
Francisco,"where he is thorouehlv
reorganizing the company's affairs,
and will probably reduce the ex
penses at thatpoint materially. He
asserts that hi will soon be able to
pay four or five months' watres. and
hopes that-beore long he will be
able to pay all wags to date. It
is to be sincerely honprl rW tl,
railroad matter will be soon straight
ened up and work yii the road again
started, A ' . '
SQulIierii Pacific Boute,
Sliasta j Line.
fw Eiprea Ifains Leave Poniam Daily,
7:(ll p. k
10:2! V. 31.
11:15 a. M.
2: )- r. h.
S p. u.
ROSBUKG MAIL DAILY.
I :: a. u.
I -1:23 A. M.
4:J P. M.
1-'::W p. m.
ALBANY LOCAL DAILY (Kxnept Sunday.)
ft: M P. M.
: 00 p. 11.
0:30 A. M.
lOCAL PAKHKNCBB TRAIN DAILY (BXCKPT Sl'XDAV.)
': p. u
:2.-. p. m.
:i'. p. m.
8:40 p. m.
temCiy eouWifcif seat,..' Elk idty,
YaaTaNeTapft and Cald-
poiTji le Cia twot u several
W J trie
'2- !V nost-
fonniit of the
fatt P-esid'ant of day. Jlon.
R. A. Be .-. V. . . "oaictj
&natdr Q . Cr0sn( amnged
"'lVMimroffics or &k plat-
f(,rm w,leri th'wefvie'! V
Some time ago . Mr. Tohn nirh.
ardson, of Newport, too his cow
to the south side; this seemed to be
allright to her bovineship until last
Sunday, when she., beino- r.fo
. . . ' 0 "
nome-ioving disposition, took it in
to ner Head to cross back to the
Newport side. This she undertook
to do by swimming ...the bay. At
2-y p. m, .she started across the
bay, but as there was a strong ebb
tide she was carrieK"c.nt orfS3h,
bar into the ocean in f,i
1 ' l ail
her efforts to prevent it. She was
tossed by the waves for an hn V
, -r- U U
more and finally land n i,
Ich safe aiid sound nr. ,;iJ
Soiitn oj the bar. Times.
PULLMAN BUFFIT SLEEPERS
Joint Senator rj n rmmo
coumy judge. . ..: : ,. . .;::::::::::v.c:db PCrsq
HcMil superintendent....... Cba. B.wth
Comniinslonerj j J. 0. Stearn
. - 1 . T....U. u. irapp
Juitice of thp
J. A. Hall
A. E. Altrea-
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
FIRST BAPTISTS. Meet every first Sundavin
each month, a 11 a. ro. aud also p'n the. Sat-,
urday proceeding the above Suaida p.
m., In the Toleiio Public Hall. 1. U. BudeJw
Resident Pastor. 7
. O. O. F., Toledo Lodge. No.oi, meets every
Fridav VAnln. ut thaj. h.l i. .kj. . ?
- - n ' -. ' ...y . .H ..... MJWU
Second-Class Sleeping ,
For the lccommodation of Passenw lir.ifli
oeconu-iiass Tfekata ti..hH . E "."J!
WEST SIDE DIVISION
BIlTWllEU PORTLAND AND COKVALLU.
Mall Train Dally (Except Sunday.)
7: A. M.
U':10 P .M-
f:30 P: M
l'-,:".' P. M
At Alhnnv ntiA r..
OfUreg,, PaJ Hp Rat "r U"neCl !.
1 P- M". Ar Mc
'oledo Vill experience nn h
nil! Iran t . 1 ...
p.-va., uu(.. .sne wm do some
ffiignty good growing.
A correspondent of a' 1nwL
ssfs: "The nnl
- '"v.u are meiU
LyT-,. "Vi-Uieti introduced w
(f Tte tht : 1 c. "t'.cl chjnade a shortfm
apeccih-'lill-rs were Wffl
O. ; P
i.mvAjupcfiuienaent. c has iTrfi, c;ners.
of Ne.ort; Coipner, J. Russein
ourvr, .jas. Gideon,, of Alsea;
Comqsione,,, m, ; L4 Trapp, of.
Wildp-B. Tlis; officers! are about
-r""f"-Rt'j",' ":.anon iM-riTiprtate jtmrteen sets at
iue topf aiKt; political
?j'of AledOi Treasurer, Uiade by Senator Crosru.1!0"' ,f
Ol loiet n. Assure:- .tt-JleilsilJln!i ... 1W Hi Wi ,
Parker, of! 'yianina?!. F. M. Carter, CBC. frf.hl
qniiia:'.antxJas- Brasfield, Mr. ifaiu U
v, At7 6'cjock the popiegam
- w jau 1UVCIS 01
the TerplicliQrean art vvre soon gai
ly danciaf'lo the strains nf .....t
' , " ) - - ."1 f V'. anrr
officerej are about mitsiT: Tbe hall waaarranged to
formation of Lincoln rnnh,
1 do much to ad,, j
I - uu uro-
Itethe l.terests Sf fi,.v. i!.
) . , , . v uuiv ue
vaU, iu:jiie proohvhn li.
fqreave been deterreVy the enor
mou exnense nprpsA..
. . t. ... ana
To All Points fM n. South
1 V - s
For tickt. and ifnm.J" "gard.n -
mP. etc., call on Con,pnvaf!nt atr''lU.
"""i.r.n, k it
t. a V A P I.
J. A. HALL, V
Justice of the Peaae.
ArTB.eu wuacorrw.liie i Vwfnmtteniion
. .. 1 -
k . t
On and after VAnrii
regular (Jaily itnps'. between Toledq
uu B"t way landings.
time for leaving
copelaud s coner
aiid Fares. See
on auueton at
f ' FROPRIEUV
J V . .. .. M
One of the mr, i tingB
A'ftcHiio pabji office must Q
resertf for somiLfutund time, cwJ'thft capacity of floor manager
is i iatx 9iata at present.
T inn .V."..., t., 1 .
"vuimuhij surts out With
good psits and in safe and cou
time, and the' dance vvas admirably
presjaed over by H. T. Vincent in
are ritifill hart ample funds in
iicurj lo meet an its obliga
tions al .stme to spare.
Theiture 6f the county seems
Dngatd hopeful.. . Log uve Lin-
A Good Templars Lodge of 42" '
charter members has been organiz- cation 5unty under auspices f
of Toledo oftbep tavM "T1:1 !held- ver did ladies wot)
midnight supper was served at the
otoke House and was eninvwi h
aDout5oo people. At 3 o'clock
the Volairta's shrill whistle warned
the pleasure seekers from down the
Bay that they must hasten hnmo
and a tired but-jollv'c' of
twic were soon wending their
way homeward. 1' ' ' 1 S
Hi. .' -,'UAM.:.jaL-..
lne ratification wa vto,i vi. 1.11
to have been a success in every re
spect, and too much praise cannot
ne given the good ladies of Lin
m coniiection will"" FVlt 4t?
of affairs of tl&'n a TOafs the
failure or refiisnt f to
interchano-P imc;,', . . The,
" a "nent a
wnter made a , consigith. J
press from Wni!, J p-.
road, to Tolwlr. tr VJf '
- -x.v.. AACl'llllI
rj -"c ncigut, ior tiie re-,,
that the . frrio-'nf J
burn knew nothing, anrl : ''!
v ,.11C iaes or distanc
Oregon Pacific road.
press arrived.at Albai
road would not recJ
height wafe prepaid
uu ti,e rtsiijt of tK
was mat the shf
Albany until $
of the P. taxes of ,SSl U, . Q.V ever dld ladies
ofthetf.,,ia.M;...-, ... loara'tomake a success, and
r ... 1 l"c uanQS efforts were amply reward
than a thousand sumptuous
served during the day and
of the iiver. The court refused
to. issue order as petitioned for,
but g-J instead an orcer in
structthe receiver to pay said
aenng taxes out of the first
funds ilable after the laborers
had boaid. Times.
and all was entirely free to f
. . 1
muicu guests, The Toledo
Band deserves esrwini mi
The celebration wasundmifl
Ore everereptw will
the erandest affair ever r,M i
aciomtely lawn in Xvack. Jf. bay. and was most thoroup-h
L'i . Xl thither re Pack- ;joyed bv aI1 wu were" so fort
of Ve3 T i 85 to P"nt
anil J fir and v01nu. v..i i.
Ihey addressed to E. M. C.
Randofihe experts recently
enffaf examining the O. P.
R- Hd were procured and
shipphim by express.
The Hall-Fitzsimmons figh
ea lour rounds, orix,
minutes, and $
two for the