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ROUGH AND TUMBLE ENCOUNTERS
WITH THE SWORDFISH. j
Frequently the Itaplerllko Snout Merees
, tho Tawl and Impales Uio Ilarpooncr.
Chief" Employment or tbo Odd Denlieni
of Slock Island.
Somo 15 miles off tho Hhodo Island
tboro and almost directly south of
Etonny "Point Judith is tho ragged coast
of Block island, vrhcro each resident is
farmer and fisherman.
As attaint and old fashioned an ocean
resort as tho American coast affords is
Block island. It is a miniatnro vrorld,
in which tho customs and habits aro
those of 150 years ago. Every knoll is
capped with a small, ono story farm
house, whoso shingled walls aro thickly
coated with whitewash, tho only wash
that will withstand tho intensely vapor
ous, salty air, which melts tho contents
of tho salt cellars on tho family tables
into a thick, lumpy mass. Somo of these
dwellings aro 150 years old, and tho
"old windmill" was hnilt of lumber
from trees that grew on tho island early
in tho last century.
Completely isolated in winter from
tho rest of tho world, thoy tako bnt lit
tle interest in any except their own con
cerns. A Bible, a few books of sea sto
ries, a weekly newspaper and Daboll's
ancient almanac furnish all tho reading
they wish, and stories of hobgoblins and
sea wraiths aro tho gossip of fireside and
Far oat on tho bowsprit of each fish
ing schooner there is a little iron band
ed pulpiti,, where stands the harpoon
er, harpoon in hand, riding up to his
fearless game. A swift and accurate
whirl into tho monster's side, and away
'ho bounds, furious with rago and pain,
with a floating keg attached to tho iron
dart by fathoms of rope. Tho vessel sails
after him like a tireless hound cn the
trail of a fox, and the marine hunters
havo only to keep sight of him until he
has exhausted himself with his mad
rushes through the tea.
"When tho time comes, however it
may bo in half an hour, and it may bo
double that fame for tho plucky spears-
man to deal tho finishing stroke to the
doughty warrior, then, if over, hunter
and game meet on fairly oven terms.
Tho harnooner ouits tho vessel in a
yawl, armed with an ax, spear and club.
and pulls his frail craft over tho rough
waves to tho sido of tho dvins fish. It
mav bo that tho moribund riant is
breathless and really exhausted. If so,
the harpooner has only to draw up
where is measured his bulky length up-
oa the surface of the ocean, plungo his
sharp spear into heart or brain or deal
a crushing blow upon thvbead.
Bet if the big fellow be only feinting
there is likely to bo trouble. Sulkily and
warilr. but motionless, ho notes tho
harpoon er's advance, and when the lat
ter has driven his boat to a point not
half a dozen rods away suddenly tho
great fish arouses him'ylf. shakes tho
lethargy out of his bones and tho brine
out of his glimmering eyes, measures
the place of his foe far an instant, and
then rushes on him like a whirlwind.
Barely docs he miss his drive, and tho
luckless fisherman is impotent to evade
it The fish cleaves the waves with the
speed and fury of a warhcrsc. A sud
den dip beneath tho waves, and, lo! he
But tho next instant tho oarsman,
leaping into tho st&ra of his boat, hears
the rush of waters, as of a submarine
volcano beneath him, and with tho sound
at ripping timbers, a long, slender,
black, hairy rapier is driven through
tfaoboatfrmn side to side, as if the lance
of a rallotdcg Cossack had cleft it.
Iiscky it is, too, for tho boat i nan if he
bo not in line with tho irresistible
straight thrust If he is, tho sharp bone
will pierce him as swiftly and easily as
a cook skewers a chirxpn.
An exciting encounter with a wound
ed and maddened swardSsh was that of
Henry Chesebra He had harpooned the
big fish from the deck of his sailing ves
sel, and after waiting the usual length
of time got into Ms-yawl to deal a tin
ishingblowto the apparently dying fish.
As soon as he approached his captive,
however, and commenced hauling in his
line, the fish suddenly awoke and began
operations by diving so as to spear the
little craft Missing his aim, the armed
leviathan went under the surfaco for a
It was too late for Chesebro to retreat,
and utterly defenseless he awaited tho
onslaught In a moment the fish shot
out of tho water, and with deadly aim
drove his sword completely through the
boat It entered tho craft about three
feet from tho bow, on the port side, and
camo out through tho thin plank on the
starboard ade. Chesebro had retreated
to tho stem of the yawl in tho nick of
time, and thus escaped being transfixed.
His plight was seen from tho schooner,
and the vessel headed for the scene. By
constant bailing Chesebro kept his dis
abled boat afloat until succor arrived.
A blow on the head then finished tho
fish, which weighed 338 pounds.
Bven moro perilous was tho xperi
ence of Captain "L. B. Stadman f the
mack Bessio Fish. He had speared a
large fish and went out in his small
boat to secure the prize. While bringing
him to the surface Stadman was turned
upon liko a flash by tbo swordfisb, who
drove his saber completely through the
bottom of the dory, it projecting Into
the craft about a foot
Tho ready -wilted Block islander im
mediately grasped tbo sword with both
hands. The fish struggled fiercely, final
ly snapping off its sword and diving for
the bottom of the ocean. Keenly alivo
to tbe danger of i:i3 position. Captain
Stadman ripped of! his vest, and plug
ging his perforated vessel, which had
begun to fill with water, put back to
tho schooner. A canvas patch tempora
rily repaired tbo damage, and rowing
back to tbo sceno of tho conflict tho now
defenseless but still infuriated fish was
landed quivering on tho deck of the
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Mining Application No; 54.
United States Land Office, Uoseburg, Oregon,)
February 18, 1S'J5 I
Kotlco Is hereby given that tho Orcen Mount
ain Mining Company, a corporation duly Incor
porated under tho general law ol tho State of
Oregon, with Its principal offlco or place ot
business al Portland, Multnomah county, Ore
gon, by Its duly qualified and acting president,
V. C. Wilson, whoso post office address Is Cleve
land, Douglas County, Oregon, has, on tho 17th
of August, 18S7. tiled its application lot a patent
for threo hundred feet in a southwesterly direct
ion from tho discovery cut, and twelve hundred
feet In a northcustcrly direction from said dis
covery cut. In the aggregato filteen hundred
linear feet of the Ureen Mountain Quartz
lode, bearing gold and Mlver quartz, together
with surlncc ground nix hundred feet In width
bltuntcd In Orcen Mountain Mining District,
County of Douglas nndHtato ot Oregon, and
designated by the Held notes nud official plat on
It lo ill this office as Survey No. 5 and Claim SS,
nn unsurveved land but In Sections 22 and 33,
Township 32 south, ltangu t west, when tho pub
lic survey is cxienucu, sum uoi no. ucmg
dlscribcd as follows, to wit:
Iledunlngat a nolutthrcchundrcd feet south.
I'.'i degres west of dhcovcry shaft or cut at post
Ml. i ni mo ccmer oi soutneny cuu in sim
Claim No. SH. from which tho southeast corner
of section 31 nud Township Si south, Kangc 4
west, Willamette Meridian, on the 7th titanium
Parallel South. D-mglas Coantv. Oregon, bears
smith r, flpffroo pail t'JVOT chains distant, n fir
00 inches in diameter bears north 4 1 degrees
west ono hundred and twenty linn?
distant, a fir 18 Inches in diameter bears
south (" degrees cast 10 llnlu distant,
theneu north i degrees west :;uu lect
to twit No. 'J. from which yellow fir CO luetics
in diameter bears south 5" degrees cast 17 links,
yellow fir 21 Inches in diameter bears north !:
t ?M llnV-n. mnthrnnu G inches ill di
ameter bears south 53 degrees west St links;
thoni-n Jinrth SS dp2rees east 1M0 feet to TlOSt No.
3 from which a lira) Inches in diameter bears
south t degrees west 2S links distant, nflr 12
inches in diameter bears north Ct degrees east 31
links distant: thence south 55 degrees cast COO
feet to post No. r, from wnicn matnerone u
fnr-hps lii illnmptrrliears south 3 decrees west
32 links distant, niRthcroce 0 Inches in diam
eter bears norm 20 degrees east is iinjcs aisiunt;
thenco south 35 degrees west IjCO feet to post
No. fi, from which fir 12 inches in diameter
bcur north 53 degrees west 20 links distant, fir
ten inches In diameter bears soutu a? degrees
west 27 links distant, fir S Inches in diameter
bears south 0 degrees cast 31 links distant.
tnenrcf norm t ucgrccs west .km tnunurcuj
feet to place ot beginning, magnetic variation
19 degrees cast, containing HO.C'j ncrcs.
The location of this mine, W. J. Worley
locator, is recorded in the recorder's office.
Douzlas county, Orogon. in IIoos of Kecord 01
Mining Clalm, Volume 2, page 7- The ad
Inlnlne claimants nn. It. & Jones and A. S.
WMllng on me nnnneriy cau aau r . uiarno
.t Cn.. on tbo sonthcrlv end.
And any ana an persons claiming auvcrsciy
any portion of said Green Mountain Mine or
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verx claim with the Iteslstcr of the United
States Land Office at Ttoscburg, in the State of
Orrgon, during the sixty days period of pnt-
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g fi AND 0L0 SORES
We get outa
: thc cmouiT COURT ok the state
of Oregon for the County of Douglas.
Stephen MInard, )
Wrp. McBtc and C. A. JIcBee,
titate of Oregon (
Count v of Douclas.t
Whereas at a rcsular term of the Circuit
Court of the State of Ortiron. Coantr of Douglas.
to-wlt: On h'aturday, December :2nd, IS31, the
plaintiff above named recovered judgment
against the above named dcfenilants for the
sum of Four Thousand Six Hundred T flirt y
thrce and 13-10J(tlfJ.l.) Dollars and costs and
disbursements taxed at fC2iO, 'for SM0 attorney
fees herein taxed and against the IfoIIowinj de-
tcr.u.ii mortgaged property, to-wlt: Kegmning
at the corner uf fectlon 13. 16. Si and in
Township 2s South, Itange C West of Willamette
Meridian, running thence cast feet, thence
north a degrees 10 minutes cast 1570 feet, thence
north t degrees 5 minutes east CC3 feet, thence
north 32 degrees and il minutes least 100 feet,
thence north IT ilezrees east U feet, thence
west ns! feet to the section corner on the line
between Sections L and 16, Township Js Niuth
Uange G West of the Willamette Meridian,
thence south 16-10 feet to the place of beginning,
containing 125 acres, in Douglas Coanty.Oregon,
together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining, and whereas it has been de
creed by the Conrt that the mortgage of plain
tiff be foreclosed, and all the right, title and in-U-rcst
of said defendants. Wm. ifcllce and C. A,
Mcitec. or either of them, had in or to the said
premises on the tth day ot October, ISS7. the
dale J)f the execution of said mortgage, or at
any time thereafter, be sold In the manner 'pro
vided by law. and the proceeds arising there
from be applied to the payment of the costs and
ci pcuk-s herein, and to said indebtedness, and
that said defendants, Wm. Mcltee and C A.
itcBec, and each of them be barred and fore
cloved of U cju 11 of redemption in and to the
'ow therefore, m the name of the Siati of
Or-'gon, I hare levied upon, anil will on Tues
day, the 19th day of .March, 1895, at 1 o'clock
1'. il. of said day at tbe Court House door m
HoH'burg. Douglas County, Oregou, sell at pub
licBUCtlon to tbe highest bidder for cash in
hand all the tight, title or interest vrbieh said
defendants had in or to the above described
mortgaged property on the 4th day ol October.
157, or at any time thereafter, together with the
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appuruining. and will
apply the proceeds arising therefrom, first to
the coots and disbursements of said sale,
and the costs and disbursements her-in taxed at
JoJujO: second to the payment of tO attorney
fees: third 1.0 the payment of tbe sum of $M33a .
with interest thereon at the rate of S per cent,
per annum from the Zlnd day ot December, l-Jl.
and the over-plus. If any there be. pay to the
said defendants, or their legal representatives.
u. I. UATllUAKT,
t-herifTof Douglas Conntv, Oregon.
By D. It. Siiambbook, Deputy. ' HjtO
This Space Reserved for
New York Cash Store,
Real Estate Boughtand Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Rauges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lauds of best quality, in choice locations,
m quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
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3D. S- K. BTJTOK,
A. M. ROSE
ROSE d CO.
PROPRIETORS OF THE
ew Era Roller Mills,
Ilrauds or Flour,
lo Cents per Sack
95 Cents per Sack
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
in Blood Poison
p. I r parlSci tlio M'ksiJ. bmVla c?
tbe eak nl ilfWIllalci. uU-r
trecth to weaker "4 eifi vtMtlfv to tho w,n!crt :l jro;iriVcr
3!cae.cinniruevai-jiiieaiMi ami - .. y fcr Ktam.cva ci tl-.o.la. 1
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Aro entirely rcmoTrt by P.P.I'.
PricUr JWi. Voti Hoot snd Votas
uloa. tho crcatstt blood porfasr on
AcrcncE?:. O.. Jclr 21. 1631.
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TOr P. r. P. at Hot 3prluirtArS..cnJ
ItbM iloaorao raoro cowl than tsteo
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tJcoi tbroc bottles C. O. U.
Aberdeen, Crown C3uat7, O.
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To sR i-im '9"'-ri
Notice is hereby given to the public
by tbe unclereicned tiiat I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on ray prem
iuca, at Koscburg, Oregon, or garbage
damped thereon or sand or gravel taVcn
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to ta do.
Trcsspaspcrn will bo prosecuted ac-
cording to law. Aaron Rows,
RoxeburK, Oregon. March 17th, 1S91.
Boos and shoe? flelling att coat at ,
Langenberg'fl. Closing out Bale. Noj
humbug. Call and be convinced.
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for blid ixtiv.ninc. ncrt-u-
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In all Wood ana mn aitwx. iika
tilotcbe;. pimp'". oM rtironic
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contrallrtHa.i.at I'. I'. I'.u lhlfx
blood rorlflr In th w(.tM.tnl ;zxin
pcsltlf e. tpccCr and j-wcioiicot curia
in ill ernes.
'C " Jjtkf wboe ryatom aro iv.laoced
Jt itjI -U5e9 blood 11 !a ar lamti n . t
& tlon r?ae " nn -r J-il Irr l-.rlttw,
$5-rfcltoTitc ee ' bion.i cI-ju'ip J yp
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ami an hk entirely curcJ.
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C. C. Stratton, D. D., President,
IX TUE CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE
State of Oregon, fur D.iuglaa Coantv.
Sylvester IVnnoyer, Ceo. W. Mclirtttel
and rnn jietcnatt,tioaru 01 uom-1
ralssloners for the sale of school I
and university una?, and for the
investment oi the fuuJs arising
L. Fisher. iMary t- Fisher, I- S.
Lamb, A. C. Marstcrs and Sol.
State of Oresa, 1 .,
County of DougUs.)
Whereas at the rcsular December term. 1S5I.
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
rjoucl&s County, flalntius above nanied recov
ered a judgment by foreclosure of a moitEace
against the above named defendants, J. L. Fish
er, Mary L. Fisher, L. S. Lamb, A. C. Marstcrs
and Sol. Abraham, and against the following
described mortgaged premises, to-wlt: The 3
"ioftheNWaiidtheSE' ot the fcE A and
me w 01 tnc "4 01 ?ee. - also me .n 01
theXEfof Sec. .Jiall in T. 28 S-, K. T West,
containing 24J acres In Uouslas County, Oregon,
together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances .thereunto belonging or In any
wise appertaining, and whereas at the regular
December. 1MI. term, to-wlt: On Friday, De
cember 1 1th, lI, an order of sale was made for
said mortgaged premises, nnd whereas, it was
decreed in said order of sale that the defendant.
L. S. Lamb, is now owner In fee simple of said
premises and that tho defendants A. C. Marstcrs.
Sol. Abraham and J. L. Fisher each have a valid
claim against said premises in the sum of $2C0
each, with interest thereon at the rate of S per
cciit. per annum Ironi theixuh day of October.
i?'j;, anu mat sain claims are suoiequcm m ct
fect to Hen of plaintiff, that said premises be
sold according to law and that the Purchaser be
placed in immediate possession thereof, that
tho defendants J. Usher, Mary L. Fisher, L.
S. Lamb. A. C. Marstcrs and Sol. Abraham be
barred of all equity of redemption in sold prem
Now therefore I will on Saturday the 23rd
day of rtarch, 1S95, sell all tbe right, title anil
Interest J. U Fisher and Mary Ik Fisher had in
or to said premises on tho Mh day of May, 1SW,
ami aio an tnc rignt, tine and interest 01 any
anu an tuo persons claiming ny under, or
through the said defendants, J. L. Fisher and
Mary L. Fisher, from and alter the Mh day of
May, lMHi, and will apply the proceeds arisins
therefrom, first to the payment of the costs anil
expenses of the foreclosure and sale of said
properly; second the sum ol fill) attorney fees;
third to the payment of flll7.ll) with interest at
s percent, per annum from December lllh, 1M)I.
and it after the application, of the proceeds of
said sale aforesaid there is anv sum remaining
there bo paid the defendants J. 1 Fisher. A. V.
Marstcrs and Sol. Abraham the sum of Jan) each
with interest at the rate ot f per cent, per auj
nam, irom 1110 Mil uay 01 .May. imv, nun uie
overplus if any thero be. 1 will "pay over to the
uoitntr t;ier 10 ue uisttiuiucu uy omit 01 ice
NOTICE FOK l'UBLICAIUON.
Land Office ut Koscburg, Oregon ;
Jauimry i'ud, 1S'J5.
XOTICK Is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, nnd
that said proof will bo mauo before the lteglster
and Kcceiver, U. S. Ijind Ofllce. at Uoseburg.
Oregon, on March -nd, ls9.', viz: Uriah X. Gal-
agher, on ltoniesleml Knlry, .No. 712, for tho
S, SIT', and X'-, SV . Sec 20, T. 21 S., It. C
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon ami cultivation
0;. said laiiu, vu.
Wllev I'llkiiiglon. Stephen Wright. Asa Cole,
and Abram Cole, all ot Oakland. Douglas
county, Oregon. it. m. vkaicu, register.
or Thos. Van Scoy, D. D., Dean.
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pool precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
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Cbapmaunt Wilbur, and lulpb. Smith, at Rose
burg, to act during my absence, and others wil
bu added s parties inspected make their desire
known to me.
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lnircctor uf StocK lor Douglas county ,.Or.
earddrff H ouse
Doors North of Depot Hotel.
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R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
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TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON FOR
J- tbfl CcuntY of TWnylis-
L. C. Bcardaly, Teter Hume, E. B.
Preble, Martha A. Boggea and T. R.
Sheridan, Executors and Executor .
ot the estate of T. R. Bogger, de
ceased. The Ortgon & California
Lumber Co., a corporation, P.
Born, S. W. Condon, Dit. Atty.
for DougHj County and Ada Beards
To L. C. Bcardsley, the above named defendant.
In the name of the State of Orrgon, you ars
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against yon in the above entitled suit
on or before the first day of the next regular term
of Kiid court, for said County and State, appointed
to be held and to commence on Monday the ISth
day of March, A. D. 1895, that being the first
day of the term of said court regularly following
the expiration the time prescribed for the publi
cation of this summons in and by an order herein
made by the Eou. Judge ot said court and bear .
ingdato the 31st day of Decembtr, 1S34, lor the
service of this summons by the publication there
of for C consecutive weekr, and if you fail so to
appear and answer said complaint, the plaintiff
heiein will take judgment against you and a de
cree aa follows:
1. For the sum ct 1073.1)7 with intrest at the
rate ol 10 per cent, per annum, from the 7th dar
of Octobrr, 1S93, and for the farther sum of $100
sj attorney's fees and further for his costs and
2. That ths following described premises,
to-wit: lot Number Nineteen (19) in Brook's and
Belden's Addition, the same being the Brooksida
Addition to tho City of Roseburg, in the County
cf Douglas, State 01 Oregon, according to the offi
cial survey and plat of said addition of record in
the office of tte County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon, containing Nine (9) Acres more or less,
together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining, be sold by the Sheriff of as id County
and the proceeds or (said ;sale be applied to the
payment of the above amounts, and that you and
all persons claiming under you or subsequent to
e "Motion of the mornraga sued on herein
shah be barred and foreclosed ot all right, claim
or equity or redemption in the said premises and
that execution issue against you for any de
ficiency which may remain after applying all the
proceeds of the sale of said premises properly ap
plicable to the satisfaction of said judgment.
ttorney for the riaintiff.
C. B. Cannon is agent for the Fire
man's Fund and Homo Mutual Ineuraneo
Companies. They are both Pacific.Coast
Companies and therefore deserve your