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THE DISCOVERY OF CRATER LAKE.
Judge Baldwin, of Josephine county,
is on a visit to Del Norte county, Cal.
D elaware , Ohio, August 15, 1877.
Hon. D. P. Thompson has returned To the E ditor of the T imes :
John Murphy informs us that C. from Portland.
AUGUST 24, 1877.
In your issue of July 7th last is a descrip Odd Fdlowi’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
Hunting and fishing fine.
Neil and Major Barron have lost sev
Sheriff Manning started for Link tion of “Crater Lake,” written, as you sup
Grapes are in the market.
eral sheep of late. It is supposed they
pose, by Col. J. H. Reed. In the Fall of
DEALER & WORKER IN
Company I, 1st Oregon Infantry, was
The melon-colic days are here.
M. E. Crn'RCH.—Religious services every
Mrs. E. D. Foudray is on a visit to stationed at Fort Klamath, and I, as the
Sunday, at the usual hours, by tin* Rever
commander of the Company, undertook to TIN, SHEET IRON, COPTER, LEAD, etc
ends J. R. .V. Bell, W. Hurlburt and M. A.
who sold common soap for 25 cents a the Willamette.
make a road from Fort Klamath, by the
Alex. Martin and family left for way of Rogue river, to the valley. The
C atholic C hurch .—Divine Services ev
The Ashland Club has not responded
ery Sunday, at the usual hour, by Rev. Fa
Crater Lake last week.
rations furnished us by the Government
in Eugene city one day last week.
were not sufficient for men engaged in such
Mrs. Courtney, of Pickett creek, hard labor, and to supply the deficiency I
M. E. S unday S chool .—Regular meetings
Fifty cents a bushel is all that is be
Read the -Ajssessor’s notice else
every Sunday afternoon at 2 (fclock.
kept two or three men hunting for deer. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
ing paid for new wheat at present, and was in town this week.
C atholic S unday S chool . — Regular where.
evening, while we were camped at the
meetings every Sunday afternoon, at two
still there are some who wonder why
I) Linn’s folks have returned from
big spring south of the summit ridge, John
our farmers do not get rich any faster. expected here in a few days.
Corbell and a Mr. Smith, who had been
hunting', came in and reported that they had
T hanks .—Our politest bow to Mrs.
The Ashland Academy commences
seen a beautiful lake, and each gave their
J. N. T. Miller for a Ixiuntifiil supply September 3d.
supply of cloths of the best quality, turned from a trip to Lake county.
description of it—Smith thinking that it A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
II. K. Hanna, Esq., has gone to was as much as 200 feet down to the water,
of splendid grapes, which were duly
and is prepared to attend to all orders
M. Ryder, of Kerbyville, was in in his line with neatness and dispatch. Galice creek, but will return this and Corbell thinking that it was probably
700 or 1000 feet. (This lake had been discov
One of Jacob Ish’s teams ran awaj’ week.
R eligious M eeting .
ered years lieforo by a party of lost pros
Al. Sturges has our thanks for a last Friday, but was stopped before
Chas. L. Mosher has returned from pectors, of whom P. P. Prim, I believe, was
meeting is now progressing on Butte
supply of pears.
any damage was done, although a car a trip to Lake county. He is in a well one, but its locality had been lost.) The POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
creek, near Eagle Point, which is well
Charley White was up from Rock riage close at hand had a narrow es preserved condition.
next day, accompanied by these two men
attended. Seven accessions have been
1st Sergeant Orson A. Stearns and one
Fuse and Caps,
Major Quincy A. Brooks, of Lake or two
made and more are expected. The
others, I visited the lake, approach
Heavy mountain fires prevail in the
Mr. Irwin, of Sam’s valley, has re county, passed through town yester ing it from the south side and at the only
meeting will close the first of next
ceived a contract from the Sterling day on his way homo from Portland, place in its whole circumference that it is Wooden and Willow Ware
week. Rev. J. R. N. Bell and others region of Jackass.
Capt. B. B. Griffin has our thanks company to furnish lumber for the
Freeman Yandall, an old-liner of possible to reach the water. Stearns was
ditch, and has removed his saw-mill Jackson county, was in town this the first white man who ever drank of tho
P ersonal .—Governor Chadwick ar for a fine witter-melon.
water dipped from the lake. By mutual
week. He now holds
agreement we named it Lake Majesty, and,
rived by yesterday’s stage and will re
as its original discoverers gave it no partic
main a short time in this section. His
ular name, we claimed the right to name it; PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
Latest accounts from W. M. Turner completed on the 10th. The work
L. J. White and family have gone and certainly no more majestic body of wa
Excellency proposes making a trip to
has been well done and reflects credit to Soda Springs, in Siskiyou county. ter exists on the globe. Since its second dis
Lake county ere his return, leaving announce that his scalp is yet intact.
William Nickell has returned to upon the contractor in charge—Matt. Mr. White’s health is poor and he goes covery and naming, many persons have de
to-morrow, iuc<>mpanied by C. C.
to test the medicinal properties of the scended to its waters, among them Mrs.
Beekman and others. Mrs. Chadwick Jacksonville after four years’ absence.
Brown, who, with her husband, lived for a
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hose,
is with him.
Isidor Caro, formerly of this place,
time at Fort Klamath and afterward moved
Adam Klippel, a brother of Hon. to the Klamath river, a few miles below
has started a new store in Roseburg. been granted a divorce from her
R e opening of S chool .—After a
husband and has married Chas. Henry Klippel, accompanied by his Link river.
Several from this section will be in
Mr. Reed’s description does ample justice
vacation of several weeks, St. Mary’s
Miller, with whom she eloped from nephew, Aaron Maegly, arrived from
to the lake, except that he states that the
Academy will re-open next Monday, attendance on the ensuing State Fair. this place.
I have secured the services of a First-class
island is in its center, whereas it is near its
W. J. Plymale’s fine horse, Jake,
the 27th. This institution of learning
The mineral spring near the place of ria Portland, and are delighted with western rim.
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
has been in successful operation for has succumbed to the powers that be. J. B. Thomas, in the Meadows, is be
F. B. S prague .
the appearance of our State, We ac-
ing promptly and in superior style.
twelve consecutive years, and still of
Sheriff’s sale next Tuesday. For coming quite a popular resort, the me
A P rofitable T rip .—Professor
fers as good inducements for the edu particulars see advertisement on last dicinal qualities of the water being ac
Condon and J. C. Whiteaker returned
cation of young ladies as it ever did.
to Eugene from their visit to Silver
Win. 11. Simpson is manufacturing
George E. Strong let his little pistol
lake, Lake county, on the 13th, hav TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
cheese in the region of Mount Mc fall in the Ashland hotel the other
1 I am receivinc and have constantly on
At the last meeting of Jackson
ing been absent rfearly three weeks. hand a full and first-class stock of
evening, and came near putting on County District Pomona Grange the The professor brought back many, and
Dr. Aiken has a new buggy. It his angel plumage and departing for following preamble and resolutions
some very valuable fossils. He is,
was manufactured at Eugene City and regions unknown.
i were adopted:
is a beauty.
W hereas , The Great Overseer has says the Journal, of the opinion that DRY GOODS, Gum Boots, TOBACCO,
The construction of the second line
these specimens belong to the very
Frank Kasshafer ran a buggy off a of telegraph is progressing quite satis called our sister, J. E. Ish, Worthy latest chapter of geological change.
Pomona of this Grange, from the well-
bridge last week, sadly demoralizing factorily. Tiie workmen engaged gleaned fields of time to tho golden The specimens, comprising parts of GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
in putting up the new line are this harvest of eternity, therefore be it
the skeletons of the elephant, the
Resolved, That in the death of sister
F. B. Sprague, formerly of this side of Grave creek.
A gricultural students .—This
Ish our Fraternity loses a zealous and camel and the horse, are all petrified
1^“ Everything sold at reasonable rates.
place, is Probate Judge of Delaware
county i-» entitled to two students in
ardent supporter; this Grange a faith and very finely preserved. The bones Give me a call.
ful officer and member; and the fami of the horRe and camel are especially
the State Agricultural College at Cor
of our bereaved brother a devoted fine and numerous, enabling any one
cate. Mr. Fehley is prospecting some
vallis, which re-opens next month,
and consistent Christian, wife aud expert enough to reconstruct large
lion. J. S. Herrin, State Senator, is monia (nut paralysis) at Portland, but new diggings on Sucker creek, which mother.
he thinks are rich.
the gentleman through whom such is recovering.
Resolved, That to the bereaved and parts of the skeletons of each. Bird
Another itinerant vender of notions
THE EAGLE MILL.
Rev. M. A. Williams, who for twen sorrowing family we offer our earnest bones are also numerous, plainly show
appointments can be secured, and
MJiose who desire to attend this col invaded our town this week, sloping ty years past officiated as the pastor of and heartfelt sympathy, while around ! ing the presence of the eagle, bittern,
ITUATED FIFTEEN MILES SOUTH
ot Jacksonville, and half a mile north
the U. P. Church in Ashland, has re
lege should communicate with him in
of Ashland, Is prepared to do general Cus
A drove of 20,000 sheep passed signed his place to Rev. J. B. Donald electric links in every hour ot affliction birds. The position of the remains tom and Exchange Business.
seems to indicate some connection be Flour and Feed at the
through Lake county a few days ago son, recently from the East.
P etition in C irculation .—We
tween the animal’s death and the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
ou tho way to I laho.
Iluseman & Co., of Yreka, pur bind in this Fraternity.
learn that a petition to Congress for a
Thirty-six pounds of ilour, two pounds
Resolved, That in respect to the great fall of the volcanic ashes which
l)r. Cabaniss, formerly of this place, chased three fine Durham bulls and
shorts and eight pounds of bran given per
► ixteenth amendment to the Constitu
memory of our deceased sister the Po covered the country for miles, conceal bushel
of good wheat. Will sack and brand
tion is being circulated by some ladies
mona chair bo draped in mourning ing under covering of five or six feet the sacks—customers furnishing the sacks.
ley, where they have a large band of and remain vacant for the next thirty
My brother, G. F. Billings, will have
in this vicinity, and receives quite a of Humboldt county, Cal.
of the business, being assisted by
days, while the members of the
Correspondents must give their cattle. They paid $700 for them.
Dumber of signatures. I he purpose of
of the country.
/«“Everything as represented or no sale.
We learn that the world-renowned Grange wear the usual badge ox
this amendment i* the bestowing of names, or their effusions will be con
MRS. S. E. FARNIIAM.
Tom Thumb, his wife, Minnie War mourning.
F or B eaver C reek .—There has
suffrage upon women, the consumma signed to the waste-basket.
The fruit manufactured by the Al ren and Major Newell are on their way lutions, under seal of the Grange, be been quite an exodus from town to
tion of which this generation is not
LIME FOR SALE,
the Beaver creek cinnabar mines dur
destined to witness.
bly exhibit themselves in this place ere ceased, and that copies be sent to the ing the present week. E. B. Watson
not a great deal of it remains.
“T he L ost C abin .”—David Crone-
county papers and Willamette Farmer and T. B. Kent left for that section on
Wm. Worlow will sell a lot of house long.
iniller returned this week from a
When you look at a young man who
Wednesday last, accompanied by Geo. BRICK-LAYING & PLASTERING DONE
M rs . J. N. T. M iller , )
search for the “lost cabin. ’ His party
M rs . J. L. N. P lymale , ^Com.
is vainly endeavoring to peer over the
W. Holt, who will put the Emetine
M rs . J. E. Ross.
discovered the remains of a cabin that dence to-morrow at ten o’clock.
top of his standing collar, you cannot
company’s retort into position. Yes
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IIERE-
There are several fig-trees in this for the life of you resist the impression
had evidently been erected many
Fort Klamath Item«.
by inform the public that he has ONE
years before, but whether this is the section which hear finely. The fruit that he has got his shirt on upside »
THO US AN D BUS H E128 of su | >erior J ackson
Henry Klippel, Judge Prim, K. Kubli, Creek
Lime for sale cheap. Persons wish
one they are hunting for they have is equal to that raised anywhere.
A. Klippel and others, started for the ing Brick-laving or Plastering done in the
not determined as yet. Dave brought
J. R. Cameron is amongst us once same region, to he gone several days. best style and at reasonable rates will do
Mrs. W. J. Plymale has accepted the
An additional assessment of 3 cents
well to call on me. For further information
back »overal relics from the ruins, invitation to deliver the address at the
inquire at the Franco-American Hotel.
per share on the capital stock has been
which have a look of antiquity alxiut Siskiyou Agricultural Fair next Octo
G. W. HOLT.
F or C rater L ake .—A large party
Jim McCully wounded a bear the
levied by the Lucky Queen Company.
Jacksonville, Feb. 11, 1875.
them. Further developments will ber.
was to leave Ashland this week for
The mill will be shutdown for some other day, but did not get him.
soon be made
The party from Jacksonville and time, but work in getting out quartz
The wood contract has been com Crater Lake, with Capt. O. C. Apple
A M atter to be A ttended T o .—
pleted and the hay contract will be
FOR SALE ONE OF THE
by another crowd. Mr. Wicks, a rep T 1 OFFER
Almost every da>’ this section is in
finest Panorama Lanterns on this Coast.
The wounded veteran with a sub in a few days.
For Stereopticon and Dissolving Views it is
vaded by itinerant venders of notions, day.
The officers and ladies of this post resentative of Frank Leslie’s Illustrat unexcelled. The slide glasses are ot the fin
scription in his hand is the latest hum
We learn that a party from Butte bug with which this section abounds. recently paid a visit to Crater Lake. ed Weekly ,of New York, was expected est assortment, embracing foreign and
who often succeed in selling a consid
scenes, comic anti grave. Will be
erable quantity of their wares, to the creek will shortly make a trip of recre Our citizens show their patriotism by They were accompanied by Mr. and to join the ex pediUon and furnish views American
sold at less than cost. Everything is en-
of the scenery for that enterprising lirelv new and in good working order.
detrimeut of our resident dealers. ation to the mountains near Jackson recommending an application of sole Mrs. Haymond, of Rock Point.
These fellows are a kind of human ville.
leather, which has the desired effect.
Mr. Fields is not going to the seat I
Put. Smith and family, who have
leech, who sap the vitality of the
A ccident .—We learn that Alex.
The conference of the M. E. Church, of war, nor is he going to repair the
NOT »AIL to
country without leaving an equivalent, been sojourning in this county for
. send for our New
South, will convene at Walla Walla, dam, either; but he is going to build Orme, of Foot’s creek, was kicked by
Catalogue. It con
and should at least be made to contrib several months past, left for Portland
tains valuable infor
W. T., on September 12th. Rev. J. the largest water tank this side of a horse yesterday and quite severely
mation for every
ute to the revenues of our town. last week.
R. N. Bell will start for that place in a
plating the pur-
The Board of Trustees should there
chaae of any article
Fires are raging among the timber short time. The M. E. Conference
Some shooting occurred last Satur
for personal, family .
TAS' The National Gold Medal was awarded
fore puss an ordinance requiring them in several places in Lake county,
or agricultural tue. Free to any Address.
will be held at Seattle, W. T., some day toward midnight. A soldier of to Bradley A Rulofson tor the best Photo
.XOXTGOMERY WARD A CO„
to take out a license, which would which is annoying to tourists in search
Original Grange Supply House,
time this month.
the Infantry had the fun all to him I
* «227 4 Zt» Wabath 4 m . CHICAGO Ill.
have a salutary effect There would of scenery.
self ; at least for a while, when the I Medal for the best in the world. 429 Mont
then either be fewer peddlers or so
Somebody set fire to John Weiss’ ing the opening of the extensive dig Sergeant of the guard had his say. gomery street, San Francisco.
LAND FOR SALE.
much less money taken out of the
fence last Tuesday night, which con gings near Althouso formerly owned Nobody hurt.
H iram .
sumed several yards before it was ex by Beach, Platter & Co., was in town
STEWART — At his residence on Bear
HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
L ecture .—Owing to the camp Creek, August 16th, of consumption,
A t L inkv . ili . e Quincy A. Brooks tinguished.
sale 240 acres of choice agricultural land,
acres under fence, situated in Josephine
says that W. S. Moore, formerly of
comity, Oregon. For information, enquire
A boy in Jacksonville put a blue that he is now getting ready for the meeting near Eagle Point demanding of Maine.
his presence, Rev. J. R. N. Bell will
of John Bolt, Applegate, or at the residence
Salem, has located at Linkville, in Lake glass crystal on his $5 watch, and in
next Winter’s campaign.
LA FAYETTE ALLEN.
forego his appointment at this place
county, and is engaged in building a three days he had a $300 movement
NEW, THIS WEEK.
L.aac and Dorcas Fredenberg, of on Sunday. Next Thursday even
eaw-mill at that place. Mr. Moore with and a gold case.
ANGORAS FOR SALE.
Dardanelles, are probably the oldest ing, however, he will lecture at the
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS’
out doubt has one of tae best water
Win. Bybee starts for Kerbyville to married people in Oregon. They
M. E. Church, and, as he has been in
powers in the world, his mill pond be
HE TAX-PAYERS OF THE COUNTY H1HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
day to attend the sale of the interest were married in New York in 1817,
vited to speak on Masonry and Odd
of Jackson, State of Oregon, are hereby I sale one hundred and forty head ot
ing the whole of Klamath Lake, 45
of the late E. R. Scott in the Copper- and have removed successively to Ken
notified that the Board of Equalization will •me Angora goats in first-class condition.
Fellowship, those subjects will proba meet at the office ot the County Clerk of Apply to
miles long aud 20 wide. For a forest
tail quartz ledge.
bly engross his attention. All are in said county on
Chavner’s Ranch, Jackson County.
he has the eastern slope of the Cascade
Besides spoony couples the gates of I reaching this State in 1864.
Range, and all that is necessary is to
Monday, September 24, 1877,
t iVVDER—Giant, Blasting or gun powder
all kinds, and caps and fuse. ,<>r
and publicly examine the assessment rolls quantities
cut his logs and roll them into his mill
to suit, by
pond. For years he need not draw his lesome cows to contend with, all of from Canyonville, near which place he ing are the balance of my appoint tion or quality of lands, lots, or other prop
EW Guns made to order and repairing
has located some plaeer diggings, . He
erty. Alt persons interested will appear at
properly done by JOHN MILLER.
logs more than half a mile before be whom wear bells.
the time and place appointed, or they-will
puts them into the water. A mill at
O vou want protection ? Buy a Pistol or
September 2d, or 1st Sunday, at Foot's be barred from having any change niade in
Knife, or both, of JOHN MILLER.
Linkville will have no floods with Friday evening, which passed off very ditch six mHes long to convey water I creek, preaching at 11 o’clock a . m . Lecture their assessment. R. C. GODDARD,
Whetstones. Tape and ('balk Lines,
which to contend, since that stream pleasantly. Several from Jacksonville from Cow creek to these gravel beds, at 3 o'c lock p. M. Basket Meeting.
Assessor of Jackson County, Oregon. ( /AIL,
> for sale al
never rises more than two feet.
'ühv Bvnwratk aimrs.
LIVE AND LET LIVE !