1 THE PLAINDEALER IMCID ETXKT jroNDXY AKD THURSDAY BT THE PU1HKALER POBLISHIKC COMPANY W. F. BENJAMIN, C Y. BET JAMDT, Editor Manager. Subscription Rates: One Year parable In advance ... Months, ' Months. ' S2 OO X OO 50 MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1S93. DOES TUTS SETTLE IT ? HAS THE SOURCE OF THE MISSIS SIPPI BEEN POSITIVELY FIXED! Tbe Story or tbo Search For It Sarins Tjro Centuries Lako Itasca and tho Lit tle Stream That Nicollet Christened tho "Cradled Achilles." "I have stepped across tho Mississippi liver,' saidDr. Cones. "It was easy, for tho stream -was only about 6 inches wido and 2 inches deep. I havo seen tho Fa ther of Waters whoro ho rises litcrally outof tho ground and starts as an infant rivulet; destined to cnt tho United States in twain with tho mighty volumo of his adult flood. "Tho story of the search for tho source of tho Mississippi reads liko a romance. After tho discovery of tho upper river in 1673 by Joliet and Marquette, and tho discovery of tho falls of St. Anthony in 16S0, by Hennepin, littlo more was known of tho Father of Waters for near ly a century. In 176C Captain Jonathan i jj Carver ascended tho stream as far as tho mouth of Bom river. In 173S tho fa- ' S mous English astronomer and surveyor, j j? David Thompson, in the sexvico of tho Northwest company, reached Turtlo C lake. This lake, which sends a tributary I 5 to tho Mississippi, was for somo timo supposed to ba tho source. "Tho first whito man known to have visited the neighborhood of tho actual source of the Mississippi was William Morrison, a fur trader, who was certain ly at Lake Itasca in 1S03 or ISM. Ho never published anything on tho sub ject, and it is only very recently that his priority of discovery has been known. The next explorer of tho sources of the river was Lieutenant Zebulon Mont gomery Pike. Ho was tho first American citizen to carry the flag of tho United States into northern Minnesota. Ho was sent by the government to treat with tho Indians and stop the sale of liquor in that region. Incidentally ho purchased far $250 and some whisky a tract of land nine miles square, which included tho present site of Minneapolis. Con gress subsequently voted an additional pavment to tho Indians for this tract of $2,000. "Lieutenant Pike proceeded by boat to the vicinity of tho present Little Falls in Morrison county, Minn. Ho got no farther with boats, and so continued his journey through tho winter of 1S05-6 on srtowshoes and with sledges northward. He finally reached Leech lake. This lako bo mistook for the source of the Missis sippi, and his report on this subject was held to bo correct for somo years after ward. "In 1S20 the Hon. Lewis Cass, ac companied by Henry R- Schoolcraft, the historian, went an an exploring expedi tion up tho Mississippi as far as Cass lake, so named at tho time by School craft. In 1823 an Italian traveler, J. C Beltrami, went over David Thompson's route to Turtle lake and reported that lake to ba tho true source. Evidently, however, he heard from the Indians about Lako Itasca, for he mapped it with approximate accuracy, though ho was never thre and did not imagine that ths rather of Waters sprang thenco. "Lake Itasca was rediscovered in 1832, when Schoolcraft, accompanied by Lieutenant Allra, United States army; the Bev. Mr. Boutwell and others, was guided to tho lako by a Chippewa In dian, known as Yellow Head. On this occasion Lake Itasca received its present same, which was made up of parts of tho wards Veritas Caput, signifying tho truo head of the river. Tho Latin was bad, far it ought to havo been Verum Caput Tho laka had previously been known by tho French name of Lao a la Biches, meaning Elk Lake. This was a translation of the Chippewa Omoshkos Sogiagan. "Schoolcraft's party made an exami nation of Lake Itasca, being satisfied that they had found the truo source of the Mississippi. Not again until 1836 did any scientific man visit the spot This was a Frenchman, J. K. Nicollet, who tried to ascertain the sourco of the feeders of Lake Itasca. Exploring south ward, he reached the springs from which the infant river takes its rise. It should bo understood that the Mississippi runs from its source directly northward far a distance of 50 miles before turning about in a sort of fishhook bend and starting southward. To the baby stream, before it enters Lake Itasca, Nicollet gavo the po etic name of 'Cradled Achilles. ' He es tablished its course in connection with three small lakes, since named Upper, Middle and Lower Nicollet lakes that is to say, he found that the littlo river ran through two of these Email lakes and connected with the third. This ex plorer mapped the wholo of the Itascan basin and determined tbe latitude, Ion-1 gitude and altitude with such accuracy j that subsequent surreys havo only con-1 firmed and amplified his observations, j "The whole subject of which I have . been speaking was befogged and thrown into dispute recently by a certain Cap tain Glazier, who, apparently for no other purpose than to advertise himself published his alleged discovery of a new j and true sourco of tho Mississippi. By reducing tbe sizo ot Lako Itasca, ignor-1 ing Nicollet's Cradled Achilles, magni-1 tying a Email ride lake which be called . Lake Glazier, and by stretching out one of tho feeders of the latter, ho produced I a distorted map which actually imposed on tbe Royal Geographical society of Great Britain. Many of tho errors thus originated hare crept into the standard maps of tho United States. "It may bo said that there is nothing further to be learned about tho true sourco of the Father of Waters. As a matter of essential fact, the true Upper . Mississippi is the river called the Mis-1 souri. Tbe stream that flows from Lake Itasca is merely a tributary. I ought not to forget to mention that I walked along tbo bed of tho stream termed by Captain Glazier tho infant Mississippi for a con siderable distance dry shod. The littlo brook was drisd up. Lata measurements have reduced tho length of tho Missis sippi from 3,184 miles to miles." 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Wilson, whoso post ofllco address Is Cleve land, Douglas County, Oregon, has, on tho 17th ol August, 18S7. filed Its application for a patent1 lor thrco hundred lect in a southwesterly direct ion from tho discovery cut, and twclvo hundred feet in a northeasterly direction from said dis covery cut, in tho aggrcgato flltccn hundred linear feet of tho Orecn Mountain Quartz lode, bearing gold and silver quartz, together with surface ground tlx hundred lectin width I t ...1 ln 1 .. t r ...... t t .. l. Ill, nitumivA in jii;i.'ii muuuhuiu immu iisiiii... County of Douglas and State of Oregon, ana designated by tho field notes and ofucial plat on flic in this oittcc as Survey No. 5 and Claim SS, on nnsurvcyed lands but in Sections 32 and 33. Township south, Itango 4 west, when tho pub lic surrey is cxicuueu, earn jioc no. M uemg dl.scrllcd as follows, to wit: Ilcglnulngat a point threo hundred feet toutli, S3 degrcts west of discovery shaft or cut at post No. 1 at tho center ol Koutherlv end ol said Claim No. 3, from which the southeast corner of section .12, Township 32 south, Itango 1 west, Willamette Meridian, on llio 7th Standard Parallel South. Douglas County. Oregon, bears south 5 degrees east C0.37 chains distant, a lir 30 inches in diameter bears north 41 degrees west one hundred and twenty links distant, a fir IS inches in diameter boars south &1 degrees cast 10 links distant, thence north r. degrees west 3W) lect to post No. 2. from which yellow flr 30 inches In diameter bears south M degrees east 17 links. yellow flr2i inches in diameter bears north 4U degrees cast 78 links, mathrono C inches in di ameter bears south K degrees west si links; thrncR nnrlli 35 decrees east 1300 feet to Dost No. 3 from which a flr 20 inches in diameter bears south 20 degrees west 23 links distant, n llr 12 inches in diameter bears north CI degrees cast 31 links distant; thence south &" degrees cost COO feet to post No. 5, Irom which mathcronc C Inches in diameter bears south 23 decrees west 32 links distant, mathcronc n Inches in diam eter bears north 20 degrees cast 13 links distant; thence south S.) degrees west 1M0 feet to post No. C, from which flr 12 Inches In diameter bear north 53 degrees west 2fl links distant, fir ten inches in diameter bears south 57 degrees west 27 links distant, flr 8 Inches in diameter bears south 0 degrees cast 31 links distant, thence north 55 degrees west 300 (hundred) feet to place o! beginning, magnetic variation l'J degrees cast, containing 20.65 acres. The locution of this mine, W. J. Worley locator is rcconlcd in the recorder's office, Douglas county, Oregon, in Book of Record of Mining Claims Volume 2, page T2S. The ad joining claimants arc It. S. Jones and A. S. Whiting on the northerly end and l Clarno Co.. on tho southerly end. And any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Orecn Mountain Mine or surface ground, arc required lo flic their ad verse claim witii tiic ltegfetcr ot tiio united Slates Land Ollice at Roscbcrg, In tbe State of Oregon, during the sixty days period of Pub lication hereof, or they will be barred by vir tue oi ino provisions oi tnc statute. It. M. VKATCII, Register. NOTICE. fo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, GKEET ingr Notice is hereby given that there is a mort gagor trust deed covering all the property of the Victory Placer Mining Company, securing the payment of 1125,000 in Coupon Bond. 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TUOS.SJUTII, lnarotor ot StocK tor Douglas county .'Or. DeardorffJJouse Two Doors North of Dcjwt Ilotcl. Tnblo supplied with tho best tho mar ket affords. Jleala at all hours, 25 cents. Special rates to families, and particular attention civen to immigrants. W. I. D, DEARDORfF, Propr. Sheriff Sale. FTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE of Oregon, for the County of Douglas. James Pitcher, Plaintiff". TS. ( Annnic Consolidated ilin-i ing Co., Defendant- J State op Osegon, ( County of Douglas. J 43 Whereas at the regular December term, 1S9L of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Donglas County, to-wit: on December 4th, ISM, James Pitcher recovered a judgment against the above named defendant for the sum of $61L39 and 561.23 costs and dlsbnrsments herein taxed, and- against the following -described attached property, to-wit: The Emma lining Claim extending 15C0 feet north 21 degrees east, said claim being located on the north east slope of Grouse Mountain, about 400 feet from the main tunnel on the Ansa, Mining Claim in a northeasterly course. Horse Haven Creek on tho north east. Grouse Mountain on the south west, a rockey bluff on the east, distant about TOO feet from end, centers and corners being distinctly marked by stakes; also the Maggie Mining Claim, described as fol lows: Commencing at the south east comer of Anna Claim, running 1500 feet easterly and par allel with. Saran Claim; thence 600 feet southerly to a fir tree; thence 1500 feet westerly to a fir tree about 2 feet through, blazed on four sides; thence northerly 600 fet I to Anna four comers and place of beginning. Also Lucy Mining Claim described as follows: Said claimiToOJeetSl'degrees north of cast and 750 feet 51 degrees south of west, from center of said claim, which claim is situated on the head waters of Horse Haven.Creck, Grouse Mountain on the south west, distance about one half mile from said center; a rocky bluff on the east, distant about two and one-half miles; west end center a lone pine tree marked W. C. L.; east end center a lone(nr tree marked E. C. I, end line running 31 degrees west of west and 54 de grees east ol south. Comers distinctly marked by Slakes, also the timber and water rights and privileges belonging to said claims being sit uated in Bohemia Mining District, Douglas County, State of Oregon. Also the following named mining claims situ ated in the Bohemia Mining District, Douglas County, State of Oregon, to-wit: Anna Quartz Mining Claim, Little Joe Quartz Mining Claim, Henry Quartz Mining Claim, Mystery Quartz Mining Claim , Grey Eagle Quartz Mining Claim, and more particularity described as follows, to wit: Anna Mining Claim, being situated in Bo hemia Mining District, exterior boundaries Fairview Mountain west two and one-half miles, Johnson Meadows east seven miles, Rocky Butte north one mile. Old Knott Mill south one and one-half miles; Henry Mining Claim being located in Bohemia Mining District near.Gronse Mountain, exterior boundaries a lone flat ridge north cast one and one-half miles, south west by a lone fir tree with top cut out, north by Rocky Butte, south by the Knott MilLQMystery Min ing Claim being located in the Bohemia Mining District, exterior boundaries on tho south by the Johnson Claim, north by low divide be tween Bohemia and Grouse Mountains one-half mile away, cast by south end of Grouse Moun tain, west by Bohemia Mountain. Grey Eaglo Mining Claim being located on the east side of Grouse Mountain and about one-half mile south east of the shaft on the Excelsior Mine, also the mill and mill site which are of record in the office of the County Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon, in VoJ. 3 ot miscclaneous mln .ng records of said County, together with all the dips, spurs and angles, also all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein, and all the rights and privileges and franchises thereto Incident, appendant and ap purtenant or therewith usually had: also tho lollowing described attached personal property to-wit: One stationery engine, one boiler, two concentrators, one 5 stamp battery, one iron vice, one set pipe dies, oneIsteam")ump, about 50 cords of wood more or less being all tie wood at the mill, one cable tramway and appurte nances running from mill to mine, 15 picks at mine, 6 shovels, 1 sledge, 15 drills, 3 jacks, 2 pumps, 2 ore cars, 400 feet ore track, aj sacks ore, 2 anvils, l-vlce,l bellows, 1 grind stone, IS sacks concentrates, 7 wrenches, 1 giant, 1 water wheel, 9 chains, and whereas all of the said property, both real and personal, was duly at tached on the 17th day ol September. 1S94, and an order of sale of all of said property was dnly made and entered at said regular December term, ISM, of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Douglas Cour.ty, to-wlt; on the 4th day of December, 1S!1. Now thercforc.ln tho name !of .the State "of Oregon, 1 will on Thursday the 4th day "'of April, 1S05, at 1 o'clock In the aiteroooa "of said day on the premises of said Anna Mining Co., sell at public auction to tho highest bidder for cash In hand, all the right, title and Interest which the said defendant had in or to the said personal property on the 17th dav of September. 1S94, or at any time thererfter, and if a sufficient sum be not realized from tho sale of said perso nal property to satisfy the judgment of said James Pitcher, costs and acruing costs. I will on Thursday the ISth day of April, 1S95, at the Court House door in Roscburg, Douglas County, Oregon, at the hour ot 1 o'clock P. M of said day, sell at public auction for cash in hand, all the right title and Interest tho said defendant had in or to tho above described real property on tho 17th day of September, 1S91, or at any timo thereafter, and will apply the proceeds of such sales, first to the costs and ex- Ecnsesofsuch salo anil to tho costs and dis ursments herein taxed at 361.25; second to tha payment to tho plaintiff the sum of $614.39 with interest thereon at the rato of S per cent, per annum from December 4th, 1S94, and the over- Slus if any there be I will pay over to the defen ant or its legal representative. C. F. CATHCART Sheriff Douglas County, Orego'a.