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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1891.
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subsequent insertion .’
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SILAS J. DAY, AN El
THE TIMES JOB >T»TCE
,!* “ of ® oompletc
than any other in
Southern Oregon.^iS;eonipares favorably
wttli any jx tlrej|MD>>. Job Ibrlnt'n«of every
imaginable dea|BplIon done at San Francisco
rates, andJJffigVroinpt and lirst-class manner«
nuMrcomeafter us, and then, loaded
as that front a battery of artillery.
We' negr tog6thfjr so there should be no
ger f’om dislodged rocks, we mad tiie awn rocks from the ¡Bland, made oUr
»mused ourselves Matting rocks Jown
hi «way through the rocky couloir once more.
accent in safety, the time occujJ
these place«, and it was interest»«« aa
BY E. ▼ . HAMMOND.
» Next morning I had the pleasure ol
this being exactly thirty-nine ry
greeting two of my young friends of the
boulders would sometimes take.
Dow'» Uie descent with the boat bad
Asbmead old university day«—Messis J. C. Mc
The following accouut of a visit to the couloir thundering they would go, qa just one hour, John
Cully and R. A. Miller, residents of tbe
Crater lake appeared in the Pacific Chrin- raising a great cloud ot dust and starting noting the time.
old-time citv of Jacksonville, who were
t>uD<lay evening the weather, which out as usual doing the summer tourist
1874. We reproduce it here as an inter ing after them. Com tag to a precipice had beep delightful eo far during tbe with rod and gun.
esting ('eecri ption of an old-time visit to the larger boulders would describe a trip, looked quit® threatening, and we
This wonderful lake occupies tbe hol
W rash (which this wondeiful lake:
parabola of a hundred feet or more began to fear we should not get to tue low interior of an immense volcanic
A or «alt rheum)
the boat alter aU opr trouble.
Crater lake, or Mystic lake, as it ia
be. Physician BO.neii nea called, lies upon tbe summit through the air, then, striking against morning, however, the weather prum- mountain, now extinct, but which from
some object which caused a deflection of
K of them did
the extent of its base and ih- immense
i the Cascade mountains in southern their course, with a great bound they ised fair «nd every .«ne was in high
je worse. The
Abstracta Mad« of Title« to
(spread to my Oregon, at an elevation, it is supposed, leai'cd clear across tbe couioir; and this spirits. It was our intention to go tu amount ot volcanic matter i> has show
ered to a great depth over a wide extent
• entirely, and Ol about 7000 feet above the level of tiie
would be related again and again the island and there make >h»t expío* of country, in the period of its activity,
Lally sitting on
« wsaax. OOOUMBKTS
I a pillow, my
evidently dominated all this region ; the
Bated so that I from winch it is distant as the crow flies should see them plunge like ain^htened take Aundings upon the depth of water
Cresent cone—tbe little island with its
Vol of them, and shout 20 miles. From Jacksonville it is herd into the water below.
between it and the boat landing. Three
urned out crater—having evidently
voting ladies, Misses I^tsaie Kuykaudall,
distant about 71 miles by the Fort Klam
arisen at some period of renewed activity
This road passe- • ask of no little difficulty, a» the bottom Frankie Moore and Kate Pearson, ac
f into bed. 1 ath military road.
■nund on my w thin four miles from the western end of Ihe couloir cannot always be aeen companied tbe party down tbe cliff. But subsequent to the great eruptions which
(bet, but could
burned out and broke in tbe great moun
pct bee on stalk ot the lake, and so far as the grade is from the top, owing to a change in .'she one young lady, Mist Hannah Ralls, tain itsulf. At the agency, 30 miles
„ in the Blope,
, . rwnk- had ever before been down the cliff, so
wear a sort or concerned is perhaps one of the finest direction, or a change
away, this vol anic m iterial is about
pm. My hair natural mountain roads in the world. ing it neceesaiy to venture down for a|
- j have been informed; but even she
Wdown or fail-
twenty feet in depth, beneath which is «
my head, face For the tourist this is a delightful route, greater or less distance, sometimes only iid not venture upon the lake in tbe rich, dark, pebbly soil. In the volcanic
rare one scab. affording fine scenery, splendid fishing, to fiud an impassable barrier/ in lbs’ bow: the party had with them.
I Continued in an<l water dear as crystal and cold as shape of a ¡icrpendicular wall of rock in young Mdies of our party were desirous, sediment itself charred logs, the remains
tfen years old,
some part of tiiu passage. 1 found one, therefore, of distinguishing themselves of the old forests, are sometimes found
> 1 read an ac- th« Arctic regions.
From Ashland the lake is distant by however, which seemed to offer a prac a« the first 4, f their sex who had ever em imbedded.
raar C uticvka
MMM9 so exactly way of Linkville and Fort Klamath 120 ticable route. At the top was a bank ot barked on th»’ waters of the mystic lake.
* Io <lve them a
THE POT A TO’S SUCCESSOR.
The ride from Ashland to I.ink- snow, over which the boat might be Taking their «»ft* in the b°Bt
■ l I was a'i raw miles.
viihi in the i-tage canying the U.
lowered with a roiie.
Below ibis for twe young men *7 the oarsand Mr. Kuv-
Albert Msyer, the chemist of Still-
mail occupies two days, distance 00 several hundred feet there was much kend.dl at the be In. away they went
bad not done for yaaia, th* *<eot w**» so
Chnrict*« In accordance with the timet.
loose eaith with large angular blocks of Almost directly ahoy* them, as they water, was in St. Pau) th« other day.
Rvf»T«.by permission to C.C. Beckman, «W., soothing. In »bout two weeks 1 could «tsnd mile«.
¿uK.Kr «neria. w . e. ii.-y-
Leaving Linkville, a drive of ten rock. Looking back at these they ap- puli away from the ehoic. «.'.sea the grand and. in the course of a conversation on
Banker, to Hon. L. R. Webtter. Judg«» of this »ti-Hight, but not walk, I was so weak-, but my
a . MeCaUon; Scauoi Sup. rui-
judicial district, and to any buaineaa hou«e in aorta were nearly well. A, near aa I can nuira over the hillft, from which We
so frightful that on my return escarpment of tbe lakejiuPy upelve hun the potato crop and the good price to
.LL* —. j,. H. Fisucr, Aseessur. J. E. Mc-
Judge, the Cunccit* R imedics cured mo lu have a magnificent view of Mt. Shasta
SILAS J. DAY.
lined them, but found them to be dred feet in height, tbe rocky couloir farmers, gave an interesting talk of a
nnenilgn- gioca inspeuiur. D. tt. Jor-e*.
•• MBrrl*o or COUKTS. STL.
lower Klam firmly imbedded in the looie eartii. down which they have deaceujea *p new tuberiferous plant tbat he thought
(I. e.. from January, lt<7W, to June, IW7) 1 have and the basin of the
View ot Fence in Position.
Th. IUDr«iie oourt ot Oretf.ru meets st
not been sick in any way, or have hail the ath lake, as well as the Lost river coun About one-fourth of the way down there |H-«nng alinoat a perpendicular clwU; would be introduced in Minnesota and
telam restuiar terms coinuieueiiis on ine tirai
H ast signa of the disease reappearing on me.
try, brings ur to the basin of tiie upper was a great angular block of rock firmly while at eit.lier sMe of the lake, ana become as much of a staple as the po-
Monmàvsiu Marca *u.l ucUitK-r; ala. at Peu-
w. j. M c D onald .
oommeuciug on nrM Monday In Ma*.
Here for a short <lis- imbedded among ttie loose stones, and seemingly quite near, tower the loftiest
X32 Dearborn St.. Chicago, III.. June 30. ’>17. Klamath lake.
Thacircull court Io» lue arai judicial di.incl
,rWi|i it flourish in this soil and cli
t«n< e the road lies along the base of an beyond this the way up|*eared clear, and most rugged pnrt> of the escarpment
m». in Jackson oouuly on mal Mondays in
exceedingly steep and high range of though pretty rocky and steep.
Aneli Huulcuiber and UtsieinUer. in h a nani
in the whole circle o> the lake. Beneath mate
¡lua'.uQ «wud Mouday in June and nnd
I will tell you about
bills, witli a small grassy plain to the
Munday in Novvintwr. in LaXe county on the
Soon, however, the for our camp. Near by Was a bank of no sounding line has ever yet reached it. A few years ago sscientist discovered
Are the only infallible Skin and Blood Puri end of the lake.
.airrt Monday iu May and ino asaarad Monday
fiers. Slid everywh«Te. Price, C uticura , roed ftrik< s the lake, anil fora diBlance
in Japan a plant resembling the potato,
lo lys-«— li* Josephine couuly 01* lirst
the great Skin Cure.’Xk:.; CUTICURA SOAP, mi of about three ni le« w nils along the snow which would furnish us witli water bottom. This short trit '■ however, dis and sent samples of it to Berlin and Pa
Mondata In Marcii aud Augnai.
exquisite Skin Purifier and Bcautiiier. 25c.;
lor culinary purposes. Just beyond was sipates tiie fears of the young ladies,
Pur JacRaoii county lue county, pr.ib.ite an i
ris to be experimented on. These exper
CUTICURA R ks »»LVENT, the new BltKMl Purifier. eastern shore of the lake at the base ol ttie timber ; so we had wood, water and .nd they declare ’heir wih
i iiiomlon r------ court* meet every im.iili*.
$1. i’riparcd by the P ottfii Dure ani > the hills just mentioned. Tiie side and
comiaeuciua witn lue Unti Monday; tor Jo*.-
grass, convenient and abundant.
A with us to the island, fc r there are iments have been favorable euceeraes,
ubine county, ine tirsi Monday in Jamiar..,
nrsend tor “How to Cur»; Skin Disease»»,’’ base of these hills are here strewn with Buoil stroll would take us to the crown eleven of us, and it is not ri. «emed eafe and the n-w potato has been extensive
Anco. July and Seplemoer; lor Lak- e<»uul>,
ly introduced in Beilin and Paris, espec
64 pages, 50 ill u«t rat ions and 100 testimonials. a wilJernef-s of broken rocks, the rltbrit of the escaipruent wl ich overlooks the
ovotv alternate inoniu, coimueiiciiig ine urei
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A
to attempt the passage with ' * -uore
of the cliffs which tor many ni 1 s crown lake: »nd here one night wo sa> for six or seven persons in tbe bo. '**
Muoday In Jauuary . t ur Kuuiiala couniy tue
Th« ially in hotele a id lestaurants. A num
1 copartnership with an auUunxcd capital of
a^ Wednesday iu Marea, June. September
ber of farmers in our vicinity, with
S&5.0U0- for the purpose of canying on a Gener
I he r summit. Tbe lull nt this pait of hours ei j ijing one of the most wonder
distance from the boat-landing to the
al Banking Businee« In all of its branchea in
tiieriad is known as Modoc Point, from ful anu inuet won.ieriuily beautiful island we judge to be about two
miles, whom 1 conversed on lie »object, are
Jacksonville, Oregon. Office attheold stand
of Berkman’s Banking House, S. E. corner Cal
Aohfnff Sides and Bark, Hip. Kid- Die tact that Capt. Jack and his Modoc sights it will ever fall to the lot of man and it takes us twenty-five rainuh •s to willing to exi>eriment on the plant next
Mliort IA11« to Cri Ilibrnia
season. Tti« Royal Prussian Society of
ney. and Uterine Pain« and Rhruina- band lived just bey< nd, where the bills to behold. Below and in front of us is ihake the p ssage.
ifornia and Third street«.
rtiake the p ssage.
C. C. BEEKMAN,
RELIEVED IK OWE MIKUTK by th«
B-riin has taken pains to make experi
As we tiie lake; not a deep, daik, narrow
THO3. G. REAMES.
C vticuka A nti -P ain P lastxh . The flrat begin to recede from the lake.
sent back and tbe remainder of the pat
ments with the plant. The scientific
and only instantaneous pain-kiUinjr plaster. leave Modoc Point tiehind us we come goige, as you may have pictured to brought over.
name of this plant is ‘Stacbys luben-
upon a broad, level peninsula extending yuuiself; but a hioad, blue, open lake,
About the l aseo tbe itlaud there ia a
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
•rabut as to their form they might ba
several miles into tbe lake; while the bright and sunny as any of which Italy
wi deruees of black volcanic rocks pilea I *'
STEAMER SAILING DATES.
led pine cones. ‘Stachys affinis’ is
range of hills, etill very high and with R itself ought boast.
Around the lake up in the wildest disorder.
About the < <A. ‘her name, and I h I c I v they have
FROM SAN FIIANCISCO:
ran» y iquixa :
steep slope facing to the West, bending sweeps the immense escarpment of bluff,
Willamette Valley. Friday. Dec . ...
Willfifn' tlr Valley, Wedneaday, D»v
it tbe name 'Stachys Sieboldii.’
Keeps tbe largest stock of
now a little to the right, sweep away to slojie, pinnacle and b aided rock, rising base there is a heavy growth of timber— ,nOk
Willamette Valley, M mday. lire. ...
MORRIS m . HARKNESS,
Wiiuunetr»* Va.iey, Fr'day, Dec. ...
Is fM)LI> ON’ A
Itivatlon is the same as the old
.. SS I Willamette Valley, Wednesday, Dec
the north. A few miles beyond is the to a height in many places ot three or chiefly spruce. Black pine ia also seen. ¡L'
Wiliam tie Valley, Suuday, D«*c. ..
ATTORNKY ANO COUNSELOK AT LAW,
nj there have been f<>uod over
agency, where the writer of this for a four thousand feet above tiie waters of
The cuiupiuiy reserves the right to change sailing dates without notice.
m one uh . some say as many
time eoj 'Urned, conducting the school the lake. Across the lake, away to the scattering, but we notice several species potato,
Wraar*. Pa»«, Ur.gva
to cure any form
t|)IB j, probably exaggerated,
of nervon* aiaca*e
where the Indian boys and girls first nortbwe-t, clothed with a gauzy haz» of
Trains connect with the 0. 4 C. R. R. and River Boats at Corvallis and Albany.
OflkMi In Ahir* building. Front Street.
I 300, hot
-ourse, not as large as oar
or auy disorder of
saw the inside of a scbool-houae, and purplish tint, stands Diamond Peak place now to a loose shingle of sand, as
the generative or
Train X »3 will run Tuesdays«, Thursdays and Saturday«, andon internuxlhite days when
light scoria and ashes, with bits of more They are,« «.
t> According t-> the Gur-
learned to spell aid read and cipher aud ( Mt. Tliieisen), a needle like point with
gans of either sex.
P. P. PRIM,
Irani N<». I will run Mondays, W»‘din‘adays and Fridays, and on intermediate »lays
of tb(, s^jety, the
v. • bother arising'
wh. n n»-et scar)
MU J .
T. E. Hogg. Receiver.
attorney and counselor at law ,
frvtn tbe excessive
on the northwest coast.
C. C. HOGUE,
W. B. WEBSTER
Tobacco or Opium, cr through touch fill in-ilsere- lake a plain, marshy near tiie lake, range.
Gen I F. a P. Ag’t, O P. R. R Co,
i»«D*l F. A P. Ag't. ‘ ’reg»»« u»»reiopmant Co..
Reaching the summit, wc found it to ’ Water...
tion, over inii’ilgmc’. At* . aucn n*
Pruin grassy and somewhat timbered beyond,
; I I • it ,’om ry Ht.. Han Francisco Cal.
Ttie bright blue color of the water in consist of a narrow rim, with a scatter- Protein.
I’jAtr. Wnkrfulnt- m . 1 earingdo*.tn I’alnsinthe
Will practice in all court« <»f tbe
in the Court ilousv, third du« to leit ol » n-
Im k,Seminal Wcaknc»’*, Hysteria, Nerxoua Fr s- •tretchea away twenty miles or more to dicates its great depth and almost abso
mg growth of small trees surrounding Fat............ .
tration, N*»<-turnal Enii-Mions J»* icorrhtra. 1 z an arm oi spur of tbe mountains which
hydrate (Pnnctpf k
aineM, Weak Memory, r.oMof power and lmj»o- encloses the basin ot tbe upper Klamath , lute purity. According to the play of tiie crater, w hich we asceitained to be '
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1, 1SS8.
light and shade, its color changes front a 475 feet in diameter at tiie top, and Cellulose....................................
tcncy, which if neglected often Imdto premature
A h bet*........................
a !x»x. 6 Ixjxeb
A ppi e Trees......... ..................... J 5 io $10 per 100 ol<i age and insanity. Price
bright blue to the deepest indigo blue,
ATTORNEY AND COUNbLLOK AT LAW.
“There is neither starch nL>r *ug*r, but
for fa.UO. Rent by ma l on receipt of price*
Cascades enclosing it on tbe west.
At or again to the clearest and most beau about 112 feet in depth. The inner
Peach •• ...................................10" IS " “
betw *”'n both,
Plum and Prune Tress .......... S" 1« "
tbe eastern end of tins arm or spur, as
Other trem ami shrutHaTj furnished reaaona- every f.VOOor ler received, to refund the money if seen fiom the agency, stands Mt. Scott, tiful purple tints, reminding one some steep, tbe steepest part showing an in tjtacbys aJiitiis or tuberilera ia *n agreea-
what of the wondeifnl play of color as cline of not more tbati 45degrees. With« able-taJ-t.ng vegetable when boned in
Will pructloe in all court« ut thv Sint». Ottu v
thouaaudaof testimonials from old an<l young, a peak ten to eleven thousand feet in
Send <or Catalogue to
seen in the lines of the dying dolphin. in tbe crater were several banks of enow, salt water and served with butter and
in in« Court Huu«v, nr»t duor toivtiot vu-
o' noth sexes, who have lieen permanently curM
.1. H. SETTLEMIER. Woodburn.Or.
by th« use of Aphroditine. Circular free. Address
Close under the escarpment, where Ihe ihe water trickling from which affording parsley
the northern rim of the basin, the moun
water is comparatively shallow, it is us a chance to quench our thirst. And them seethed in oil. but tbat is merely
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
H. K. MAMMA,
lb87 Western Branch,
Box 27. P oktla » vi ». O u . tains rise to an elevation little inferior. sometiu/eryof a clear, bright green. And here, on this 17tn day of August, 1874, we
a matter of taste. Prepared like ‘itommtt
It is up there, where we see those rug here, wl.ei h calm, it pictures tbe stir-
TTORNEY AND CUL’NoELUR AT UVW.
For sale at City Dru< Store. Jacksonville.
our dinner upon the rocks, and detrrre fr itei (¡«otatoes cut in small slices
ged cliffs thrown up towards the sky, in rounding escarpment as cleatly as the spreau
had our picnic in tiie extinct crater of
and fried in butter), they are claimed to
all bad weather high above the clouds, most perfect mirror.
w hat was, ages ago,the mightiest volcano, be a delioious dish. The taste is at first
lies the western end of Crater lake, the
Will practice in all court« of tbv State. Uffict
The escarftolent, which differs very perhaps, on tiie American continent. like that ad a sweet potato; but one will
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
eastern end extending several miles be
in urtu « br.ck. uj>-ftair«.
much in elevation at different places . Before leaving we deposited a bottle soon fee) a very fine, piquant taste. They
yond Mt. Scott.
about tbe !ak", is estimated to be twelve I with
the names of all ' our . party,
J. J. HOUCK,
A party had been formed to visit tbe hundred feet at the lowest parts to bottle was placed among tlye rocks on do not need to be |>eeled, but are only
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
lake, and on the day appointed, August three and even four thousand feet at the the rim of tbe crater upon the south washed clean in water, which is another
blessing to the liousekeejier. They are
The important *«rl.w of paper* on South 14’h, we left the agency, having with us
W.id Hilt, t»rru«n.
kept in tbe ground as late as possible,
America, t>y T hxopohx C bilh . will be eon- a good beat and sounding iiue for ex highest point*. The length of the lake west side of tbe island.
30LLS3TI0N3 A SPE3IALTY.
has been * stimated to be twelv^to fif
tinu.-d In ••Harper'« Mairaxinidurina the
Leaving Mr Kuykendall, Mr. Wat and preserved packed in sand in the
Will attend to all bu«in»*.sM in my line with
A full line tn «ttx^k of
gicater part of the year 1W1. The articles on plorât ons on the lake. A drive of five teen miles, its width eight to ten ; though son and seme others to measure the
prumptutw» aud at rvMunabie rate».
cellar during Vie winter mouths.
MONEY LOAN ED O N F AVO A AB LK T E R, M S
Southern Caii'ornU by CBARLBM D liu - xt miles brings us to the fort.
It iu yet my own impressions, from somtl rough
“Exposed to the air they will shrink
Wi>.rtK will also be cunt -..«i.
Am<>o« several miles to th.«foot of tue ùioun-
depth arid diameter of tbe crater. Win.
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
WM. M. COLVIG,
trigonometrical measurements rfiade 'at Kuykendall, Charles Moore and tbe and lose their ntue, whir« niolM«l~0f-’
other noteworthy attractions vTil be a novel
hahi . xs E cbbkt t’ltxDoocx; a collection tain, and we are delighted sailing across the time of our visit, are ttiat its dimen
Estiuiates mid prU’e-list sent on application of original drawings by W. M T hxckerat , the grassy plain, as yet nnmarred by
writer set out to take tbe young taffies p.-arl like color. The plant is winter
ATTORNBY AND CUL’NSKLOK AT LA'-V.
now published for the first time; a novel ' tiie band of man. At noon we halt at sions are much less than this—say five back to the main land. Landing Ui«»e hardy and thrives in any soil. Frost
to seven miles wide, by seven to nine and leaving them in charge of Charles does not hurt them, and to have them
written anil Illustrated by G»ihoe lie M a V-
Factory at W< Idler's Mill. Salesrooms cor hikh ; a novelette by W illiam D san H ow . Anna creek for Itinch, after which we long.
Moore, Will and I went back to the isl always fresh they are left in the ground
Will practice in alt the court* ot th. S'ate.
t.LLH; ami a series of paper* on London t»j begin the ascent of tbe mountain upon
Pruaccutln« Attorney 6>r First Judicial
A volcanic island, a th cusand feet or and for the ot tiers. By this time, how and dug as wanted. In our climate it
W alteii Has.» st .
District. OiBcc In Court-House.
In Ihe number am! variety of Illustrate«
so in height, lies near the soutiiwest ever, the wind was blowing quite fresh, is best to keep them in a dish or in sand
Purchasers of property or Capital Stock of the
papers and other articles on subjiTt* of time . miles further on we gaze with wonder
ly Interest.a* well a* n the unrivalled charac ■ into the great gerge or canyon which corner ol tiie laae. not more than a mile, and we bad a hard pull to reach the isl in the cellar. W. Perring, in»|>ector of
ROBERT C. SMITH,
ter of it* short stories, poems, etc.. "Harper’s J Annaciei k has cut for itself through perhaps, fiom the foot of the escarp and. On?e a sudden squall struck the the Royal Botanical Garden iu Berlin,
Mair a zinc will continue Io maintain that
ment at ttie southwest* end.
Ttie cone boat so liatd as to «end it whirling around informs me tbat tbe productions is very
ATTORNEY ANO CO’NSELtill AT LAW.
standard of excellence for which i’ has been i the wide mountain pass.
By the Thousand !
About half way Will, large, and that there ar« many enthu
of this island is quite symir etii. al and to the li eward.
so long distinguished.
At evening, we drive into camp; has a s'ope of about 45 degrees. Around relie ted me at the oars and 1 took the siasts in favor of the new plant in that
he undersigned is now taking or -
horses are unhitched and turned out to the base is a heavy growth of timber, helm. Our “helm’’consisted of an oar city, which prophesies the plant a great
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d»TM through Jackson and Josephine coun
water and grass ; wagons are unloaded, which becomes more scattering aliove.
viBcc in Layton A Co.’« brick, u palai rs.
shipped in a row lock at the stern of tiie future. The expectations of high prices
tents pitched, fires made aud supper
Of the Franchises and Privileges granted to F. II. ROWE
It was now Saturday afternoon, and boat. So 1 gilt was tiie boat with only and large yields will induce a good many
ROBERT A. MILLEH,
prepared, and now down by tire roaring preparations were made for getting the two of us in it ttiat I found it fully as farmers to make a trial with the new
August 7th, 1888,
HARPERS MAGAZINE ...................... .. 4 uo stream, which here bursts from the boat into tl e water.
ATTORNEY ANO COUNSELOR AT LI«'.
The wagon was milch as I could do to ktep the boat plant. I have already quite a number
HA KI’Efts WEEKLY............................ . 4 (Hi mountain side, we wash from our faces
Any kind raided in a first-claff Nursery.
run down by band to tiie place which fiom paying off before the wind when of orders for seed."— St. root
By the incorporators of said company, now on Hie at the
oo and hands the dust which has gathered had been selected; rough boards were sliuck by one of the (quails which had
Those wanting trees will do well to give me HARPERS YOFNG PEOPLE...............
Postage ire« Io all subscribers in the Cnitcd upon them during the day.
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville Jackson Co.
Then, nailed upon the bottom of the boat, to now become quite frequent. Having
their orders, a« I will guarantee satisfaction.
Offioc In building formerly occupied by Dr.
S iuar from SoBc.uiM.—Tiie annual
I warrant a’l my tre» i, if properly cart’d for. States, Canada or Mexico.
seated aiound on chairs, mess-chests, prevent it« being injured by the rocks; bad somf little experience in boats before.
Terms of payment easy. Produce taken at
I ales or logs, or reclining upon the bay- all the ropes we had were also brought 1 knew that in such a wind we should be report of the chief ol the chemical divi
market price. 16Wtt>s. or Peach Seed wanted.
Tob», Oregon, October 4, 1889.
Tbe volume* of the •• Mag«line” Iwgin with
sion of tbe agricultural department con-
A. fl. JOHNSON.
th»* Numb»*ra for June and December of each strewn ground, with a great ap;>etite dow n, and being fast, ned tog*ther weie driven far to leeward of our couise, aud ta ns an account of the process recently
N. D. YOUNG,
Jacksonville. Oregon. Aug. 1.1W3.
year. wrhen no time i« mentioned. aubKcrip- sharpened by the day’s drive, we do jus secured to tbe boat. Every tiodv collect so, when I took the helm, I pointed the p Heeled at tbe department as a result
tlonswill begin with the number current at tice to the heaity meal spread before us.
8 U R V E Y O H.
J. W. WALKER.
ed of course to see the 'auiich, tbe ladies boat well up to windward, and kept her of ex|«riments in the chemical labora
J. H. GRIFFIS
time of receipt of order.
Round volume« of “Harper’« Magazine,” for The lake is just half a mile distant. In declaring tbe place ;m pt act icable. * Il s i until w< were close into out landing tory with reference to the manufacture
three year« back, in neat cloth binding, will the Worrdng, eveiything being ready, was to > sleep; it was f.ighliui; we’d all Taking on board tiie otiiers, we set out
of sorghum sugar. The re|>urt of tbe
be sent by mail, postage paid, on r<*ceipt of the train wheels into the road.
■ • . . . THK CELKBRATED .... £
8ur%eyimc o( all kiu4« clone in h
We now desired to take chemist recites some of the various diffi
A3 00 per volume, (’loth caaes for binding, rlioit distance then all hut tbe drivers get killeil,’’ at;<1 such like r'etnl' rting as ob out return
maxii ht au4 at rvftsuuablc rat»*«.
to locating gov
culties hitherto found in the ecouomical
Index to “Harper’« Marazinc.” Alphabeti walk ; for we are now to pass over the the rope
a young spruce tiie Fay and Ileskms party, which bad manufacture of sugar from sorghum,
cal. Analytical and C!a«i«’.ti»,d, for Volutn»*« 1 co/, or divide, tiie only hili of any con
to 70, inclusive, from Jun»*, Ibiid, to June, 1885, st quence upon this part of the road
and indica'es that tbe question will be
one v»»l., ivo. cloth, |4.00.
Win. Kuykendall and Charles Moote, cessiul in finding bottom with a line 700
O. F. DEMOREST,
" The Finest Smell Arme Ever MenufeetureJ.«
Remittance« uhonld be made by postofnee, Tins is not iong and soon we arrive at volunteering to go down with the boat, feet in length. But when we come to found in some piocess a loch would sep
arate as nearly as |g»sibletiie amorphous
m»»n<‘y-order or draft, to avoid chance of I<* h . the summit; then down the hill a little
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U E S 1 1» E N T 1»R N T 1 S T.
From the strain consider (lie depth of some of the Italian bodies from the juice without precipi
Newspapers are not to copy thi« advertise way and we leave the main toa I, turn I negan to lower it.
tating the sugar. The known property
ing to the right.
Driving down a was necessaiy in 1 reeling away.
B ros .
At instance—which aie respectively 2,800
HARPER A BROTHERS,
smooth slope, with abundance of gra-s length all the tope was out, With the and 1.981 ieet in depth.—H will tie eeen of alcohol to prod ace precipitation in the
CtO. DE BAR, M. D.,
among the o|>en timber, we cross a num boat, however, in a seohre position. ♦ hat 700 feet would he a comparatively juice was n>a le use of in the' further
_ WORKMANSHIP aad
PHYSICIAN ANO SL’KGEON.
her ot small streams and rivulets sing Then John Kuykendall, Henry Kuy- shallow dei th for a lake of this character. study of tins problem. Not only has tbe
LOADING and SAFETY.
ing along their rocky beds, grass of the kenda 1 and myself went down, picking Al.-o tiie depth of water included within removal of tiie germs been effected by
fl Beware of cheap iron imitationa.
iichest, high to our kneea and every up ttie rope as we went. We now took the immense eecaipment of tiie Santo- th« prnceas evolved during these experi
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
B Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List to
Uittcv and retfdencc <»n Caiifurma Street.
where abundant. From this we strike i ur station above a large reck that was rin—a group of islands in tiie .Egean tea, ments, but it lias been shown that thia
Call« atteuded promptly day or uignt.
SMITH 4, WESSON,
into the heavy timber and asci nd tbe firmly imbedded in the loose earth and pn sunied to be tbe remnants of a great can be affect-d at a cost comparatively
8PRI NG FI ELD. MA M. ■
ti fl ng by comparison witli the results
steep slopes to the lake.
E. P. CEARY, M. D.
stones, and began to lower again volcanic cone, 30 miles in circumference, obtained. Tbe article used in tbe pre
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cipitation can be almost wholly recover
ol the timber; the Jake is dose by; ; tbe to make another advance.
As those feet in height, and the depths of water ed by subsequ-nt distillation. Another
General Agts. for D. M. Ferry & Co’s
wagons come straggling in one i after with ihe boat were exposed to danger 1,500 to 2,340 feet—would lead us to ex feature is tf>at the substance serrated
another, and all, excepting the one car from ti e recks which we were liable any pect a much greater depth here than 700 by the process is itself
Hice n Hsinlln s Bock. tU-eiilincv «'• c
rying the boat, turn off to the light to a moment to set in motion, we tound it Ieet. Accordingly we took witn us a line yielding almoat half its weight in alcohol,
jinii SALF.-ABOfT 4fl0 ACR» OF EXTRA
camping-place w'• ich s< nie one has se necessary toexercise ttie utmoet care in nearly four times 700 feet, or one 2,700 in older that tne new method may be
quality of agricultural land, beintf a part
of tiieHiriini Colver Donation Land Claim;
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
lected. The one with the b->at is driven advancing with ttie work.
Several feet lung. Tins we bad measured off and come possible, the report suggests the
situated about 5 milt*« trom Ashland, ^4 of a
oft' to tbe left, where we expect to find a times we advanced and lowered away in marked at intervals of 50 to 100 feet, and necessity for a modification of the rev
PHYSICIAN AND »URGEON.
Houk»* Oilioe nt
place down which we may get the boat the same manner, when we decided to had it wound on a reel. We desired to enue laws eo as to allow the preparation
gon. The Or» gon A California railroad and
the Or» gon & Caiitornia Rtgge road pass
to tbe water.
change our tactics.
The couloir bad take a line of soundings from the island of alcohol used in the process to be car
(in the State Insù
» Co’«. Building,)
through said Inivl. This tract ot land is all A
Calls promptly Attended to Day or Night.
The approach to the lake is fiom the now become very rocky, ami the dan duectly to the nearest point of the es ried on without a tax, to be made under
No. 1. deep, black-loam bettom and, being
OIBce on B street.
*1ND BRANCH OFFICES IN PORTLAND. ASTORIA AND ALBANY)
one of the tirst claims nettled upon in Rogue
southwest up tbe hollow side of the ger of roiling some of these loose rocks carpment at the southwestern end of the bond by tiie manufacturer that it shall
river valley. Ail well supph<«l with living
mountain, through which winds the load upon the young men with the boat was lake where tiie distance isalout one mile; be used only for this purpose. The
W. S. JONES, M. D.
suit purchas» rs. For further inionnation in-
just describ d. To the left of this hol so imminent ttiat we thought it best to but, as we were unacquainted with the chemist claims substantially an increase
Grass, dover and all kinds of
uuire ot E. J. FARLOW, Ashland. Oregon, or
low is a ridge of hills with grassy knolls place the rope in tlie boat and all go nature of tbe bottom, 1 feared tbat in tbe in the yield of sugar per 10C0 gallons of
Crain. Stock and Fruit Farms. Also City and
h. I>. FOUDRAY. Ph<enix, Orogron.
and sandy depressions, somewhat roll down together, deeming our united attempt we should lose part of our line juice of from an average of about 10.000
Ashland, Ogn., Oct. 3.1W0.
ing near ihe Buinnnt, ragged and rocky endeavor sufficient to manage the boat and not have enough left to reach bottom pounds to an a< erage of ci er 21,037, at
lU'ther down. To the right an elevated without assistance from anyone above. when we came to the deeper parts an increase of the cost of production of
Th«’ (ir« rf«»n Land Co. wan especially onranizcQ «or tht» purpose of buyimr and siilNiivltllna
R. PRYCE. M. D.,
!nr*r»‘ tract* <»f land, and ha« during the pant two years bought and subdividtil ov. r
ridge, broad and rolling, covered with We all, therefore, took hold of the The w ind, too, continued to blow quite $04 for alcohol which enters- into ths
ten ■* <»f land into dve to twenty acre tracU. The miccrw of this undertaking ia ahown in tlit
g<a«s and timber, extends from a lofty boat to manage it the best we could, for fresh and souietiiues in heavy squalls. new process.
PHYSICIAN ANO 1C AO BON.
Trees, Bulbs, Fertilizers, etc.
fa t that out of 2lt0 tracts placed on the market. £25 havr be» n «old.
escaipment upon the southeast corner ol progress down the slo|ie was i ot so This, st least, would prevent ns from gc-
We claim that ten acre« of choice land in fruit will y ield a larg< r income than bid acre» of
wheat in tiie MlMdasippi valley.
tbe lake to the col or d< pression in the steady as might have been desired. But ing out into the main body < f die lake
T he Main« ia the largest ship of the
We al«o make valuable improvements in the wav of roads, fcncct», ch aring the land. etc.
mountain through which passes theFoit down we went, faster at times, it is true, aim taking any soundings in that part. new navy. She is really the tirst regular
OIBce is William» Brick DuUaing. up stairs.
We ran aell a *mall tract of !ami for tbe buiuc price per acre you would have to pay for a brickyard« near Ashland
Klamaih military road.
The side of
line of biltlea hip tbe new navy will
J. C. LEE, M. 0.,
this ridge facing the hollow is precipi der regard for our bools and the feat ol aliout half way between Hie island and have. She 1» cal led a “belted cruiser,”
tous anff forms au almost impassable
from the fact that a l tier mobile pait
Bee Keepers' Supplies.
PHYSICIAN AND SERGE ON.
evident tbat ordinary boo s and trou there take our first sounding. Here, at will be covered with an armor of steel
wall on th-it side.
Central Fntnt, Oregon.
FROM 2« INCHJTO » INCH.
1 had been up to the lake before, vice for an indefinite time. Otlen bout, able depth of water; less, peihap«, than plate twelve inches thick. Such armor
a trial order.
camping out three nights, botanizing locks and all bands went sliding down out in the body of the lake where we covering bow and stem would make the
Calls promptly attended to day or niglit.1
0. H. VEGHTE, Asida ni.
through the mountains and along the together ; two or three times I found my could not now venture, but still enough big ahip too heavy, therefore these are
J. 8. WAIT, M. D.,
road, so I did not stop long to enjoy the self half under the boat, with no power with our, 2,700 feet of line, to mak« left nnarmored, though the whole ahip ia
of steel. Bow and stern are filled in
beautitul scenery w hich tiie lake afford«,
- .n.4 ,.vo.vb<wlv »nd eve>v- something of a sensation when our sound
PHYSICIAN AND Sl’KGEuN
Choice Lands For Sale.
in with water-tight compartment», ao
but set out at once to Belec
ming rale ings came to be reported to the world that if she is hit in one place and leaks
Successor* to Miller Bros.
■ Mforil, »>.«»*.
place to get the boat down tl
oil SALE. mis. ACHEB OF LAND—41V
ce ttiat we and the rest of mankind.
the damage will not affect other parte.
H< r<-w <>l turm ¡»nd in the valley, rood for
At this southwestern end
Accordingly we pulled directly for the Where her machinery is she is protected
CMIce on Main street. In t’lilbler«' buildini»
rroit or Kraiii.
fora distance of five or six r
the assist- shore, and when auout half way the boat
Cails promptly attend*-*! to, .lay an.l maul.
Two thoosnnd six hundred nercs foot-hill
Agents for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. S«hlitz Brewing C<>m
by tbe armor. The Mein«'» largest gnns
carpment is not as high I
and inouiilain-sldi- land, trotal tor trull daiy.
, there was was brought up to the wino and our
can carry a 500-pound projectile nine
Ing or >t<H'kr»i»ing. t lki.a truck of land-hue
fifteen hundred feet, perhi
DR. S. DANIELSON,
r which we heaviest sinker let go.
Away it sped miles.
Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt it Co.’s Sarsaparilla am) over seven tnllew of fencing, dwelliiig.liiffhic.
close by on either side ; yet < .
• So, Clear toward the Ixittom; one hundred feet is
a stock alied ot 90 feet, and plenty of living
la is estimated to be from twelve to fifteen _____ ..a.c «v r—
ing away the rope, we took position soon gone—200 feet are out. and the bne
Iron Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wie- Call on or address
j. s. HBRRIN.
hundred feet above the lake
Along above a large roek and again lowered is running swiftly through my gloved DRVNKEhNKbB—LIQUOK HABIT
PHYSICIAN A N D S L’ It G E O N.
1* «14 the World thoTf ia but oat Cart,
Ashland Jacktuni Co.. Or.
this face of the eecaipment there are a wav. At last to our great joy we land hands when suddenly it stops, and no
Or. Hainri GoIJri topeci Clc.
iiere and there narrow passages, or coul ed the boat safe and sound upon tiie amount of coaxing wi 1 induce it to go
It can be given in « cup of tea or coffee
waler’s edge. This was tiie first time an any further. 220 feet is evidently the without the knowledge ot the ¡»ergon taking
Special attention given to Chronic Dim»«*.
tween ridges of rock.
attempt wa« made Io take a boat down g-eatest depth we will get at this spot. it. effecting a rpeedy and permanent cure,
DR. W. STANFIELD,
the cliff Twice before boats had been But a depth of 220 feet is ridiculous for a whether the patient ia a moderate drinker
FUR SALE BY
to Storekeeper#. Butehera, Fanner«,
with trees, are very broken or serrated launched upon tbe lake ; but they were
MachiilBta, Builder«. Contractor«
lake that is supposed to he almost but of an alcoholic wreck.
J. R. WRITSMAN, Vice-President.
W. F. READ. Pre*i<l*nt
with jaggeo pinnacles of rock,steep bluff« taken down the cliff in pieces and put
and others. Admitted to be the
drunkards have l>een cured who have taken
greatest. Improvement« E ver made
Has located In Ashland. Or., for the pra<tic.
and perpendicular walls, which threaten together at the water’s edge.
J. K. ELDERKIN, Sec.end Managet
of water than that.
We now changed the Golden Specific in their coffee without
in tackle block«. Freight prepaid.
ot his prof.salon. Makes all chronic Jia.tsH.’». J. L.^COWAN,Tr*Mur«r
their knowledge, and to-day believe they
to tumble loose rocks upon whoever
Write for Catalogue.
such as Hhi'umatism. Asthma. Pll>*. Kldne>
The rough boards were now taken off our course—instead of ¡Hilling directly quit drinking of their own free will. No
whoever may be hardy enough to ven
ÎA>*nplaint«, rtc., a «pccialtv.
the liottom of the boat, the keel fast- for shore we ran nearly para lei w ith it. harmful effect results from its administra
Fnlton Iron find Ensinr Wks. Gold Hill,
te, e into the couloir between them.
enfd in place, and everything made At a distance of half a tnile or more we tion. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular
Esl l«2. Ki Hr u>h St_. D< troll Micli
These couloir» are usually more or
to<>k another sounding, finding a depth and full i>arti< ulifs Address in Confidence
l-ss fid- d with debrit, consisdng of lo-'Re ready for the final launch. This doue
Choice Locationr and l’r ces Reasonably
of 650 feet
Another sounding about GULDEN SPECIFIC CO. , <85 IIace Street
stones, sand, d.rt, boulders and huge four of us jumped into tbe boat ami
pulled ou’. to where those at the top of half a mile from this and u little nearer Cincinnati. O
rocks from tbe arctct or ridges upon
\Se then m a'lire. gave us a depth of 675 feet Wo
iie medford roller mills will SEMI! FOR DESCRIPTIVE <11« I LAILS.
Mind wandering omd.
either side ; and, as tbe slope is mostly escarpment could see us.
give in »‘xeliAiigf forsixt) ¡ miuik I m of clean
then ran directly for our »oat-landing,
tn one r»-«»iin«. Testimonia!* fr m «II
ITI». SG<».<»<><».<»<> milling
at a high angle, a stone or boulder one« came back and took aboard the other
willst ns tollowa; Tldrtj -eight pound«
par** of the «lobe.
two and pulled out again.
The boat and when within shout 150 feet o the
m might Hour in farmer ’s sackri. nr thirty-four
"*ut r n «nplicxtkjn to Prof.
Compiete copies ot tawusLip < Ki«, )>»rated
get in motion continues down tbs s'Oep
A. Luiauiu,. 23/
Ar«. New Y«tek
p u i Is of «ucktMl tb>nr. Exchang»- will at»-
nil at Grò. P. miline with a constantly accelerated leaked a little, but otherwise app<*ared shore we took .i fourth sounding with a up to date of the order, ma l»- for il 5G ¡»er
at the Phoenix mill by adding two [Minnas, i
This a. complislted, tow nab p. M»ney uat-i
llOWI LL A CO’»
perfectly safe. As it was now late in result of 200 feet.
I um now ready tn buy or store, or take in Newspaper Advertising Iinrean <10 Sprue« speed, dstaching others, and these again
we pulled f >r the Shore, lan led, hauled dor«. Address
«turvon exchange, any amount offered.
Street), where ad ver-as m aaa agnanag*
other«, so ttiat the couloir is at any; time the afternoon we secured the boat and
aUCH I ö I ID. At l.ouie or I . Ir.tv.
G. W. K imball . Kost'btirg.Orcj^xu.
it for whrirt4^
A. A. DAVIS
p. <>. v < KERY
liln-ly tr> be raked with a Are as (Warily set out on our return tv camp. Kee^ng mr r,ur f*ri’ awl
SiP’TeH^JT CU LF aviv k FVAJtCk
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BEEKMAN & REAMES’
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
BANKING HOUSE, Cuticura Remedies.
Sttccussors to C. C. Beekman’s Bam,
•fit- I I
■•hic . ’
How My Side Aches!
FREIGHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
The Celebrated f rench Cure,
NO APHIS OR LÌCE ON TREES.
Jackson County Bank.
M EINFOR J). OliHOOZN
J. C. CARSON,
Sash. Doors, Blinds
MINOOW ANO PLATE GUSS
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
GRIFFIS 4c WALKER,
White I'iue, ïellow I’ine, Red anil ïellow Fir Lumber, -REVOLVERS
GOLD HILL, OREGON.
SAW MILLS ON SAM’S CREEK.
THE OREGON LAND CO
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MIPS £ PRICELIST.
F. L. Posson & Son,
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE!
Tilín? of All Kinds ‘
F. L. Posson & Son,
209 2d St., Portland, Or.
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, F
IN SOUTHERN ORECON
63 Front Street, Portland« OrAgjon
C. B. FITZGERALD,
Tim Farmers ami Merchants Insurance* Company.
CAPITAL STOCK. $500,000.
¿’.d. ÜLíliC’l D&nci igeai.
< )I tEGON.
TILE FOR SALE. SEEDS
1 J. VAN SCHUYVER Æ CO