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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1898)
(CWimiftfiom hi jifc
ed Into bucket elevator wblrli can itt
Miam above and drop tlieui lato a sue
lag machine where they are "cut into
pieces of greater or less length aul of
mall thicknre, n of rut h a slini
that when lnceJ in the telle they will
not llesoc'otely together as to prevent
the circulation of the diffusion lienors.
From the tHeing nucliine they
droipot in the (tils of tlm d illusion lnl
tery." which consists of 14 cell, each
canalile of hoMiu two ami ono-half tons
of bo tli. Tlicse colls are set in a circle
aud eocoiiBlruclrtl that hot water can be
forced from one cell to another through
out the circuit. Thus the suiiar content
of the beets is Mtrpod or leeched w ilh
uccessive baths of hut wa'er, mot
boiled) Thee cell are auccessivclv
filled and emptied "while one is tilling,
another is emptying." The diffu
sion juices obtained as above described
are carried lu t-arbonatalion or eatuia-j
lion tanks where they are treated with
from 12 to 3 per cent of their weight of
limo and alternants with caihonic acid
until nearly all the lime is precipitated, j
The slightly alkaline juices a-e nest
passed through tilter processes, by
which (ho proctpitated lime aud other
olid niattcis arc removed."
"The juices pass next to a second eet
of carbonatiou tsnkf, iu which they un
dergo a treatment iu each particular eim
ilar to the one just mentioned, except
that the ijuantity of lima added to the
second saturation is email as compared
with tho lirst. Tho reiiltered juices from
the second saturation are carried to the
multiple-effect vacuum ian aud reduced
to the condition of syrup."
"The inulliple-etlecl evaporating ap
paratus consists oi a series of pans con
nected en suite in such a manuer as to
secure a progressively higher vacua u in
each ione. The thin juices emer the
first ian where thev are evaporated at a
vacuum represented by a olumn of S to
lO.inchcs of mercury.
Tho steam with whk'h this evapora
tion is effected is usually the waste
coming from the engiues and pumps of
the factory. The vapors generated in
the first pan eater the heating pipes of
the second one, and are thus utilized in
evaporatiug the somewhat .concentrated
eyrap which is drawn off from the t! rat
pan into the second one, where the
vacuum is higher, being represented by
a column of from ! to S inches in
height. The vapors which are produced
in the second pan are in like manner
conveyed to the heating pipes of a third
- apparatus, where the still more contra
ted syrups from the second ,'pan are con
ducted and evaporated at a still higher
vacuum of from '22 t -0 inches cf mer
cury. Some times a fourth pau is em
ployed. The La Grande factory has
four evaporating pans 12 by 14 feet and
about 12 feet high. Each evaporator
has two aud one-half miles of half-inch
copper pipe for conveying steam and va
"It is easy to see by tho arrangement
above noted that the evaporation of the
thin diffusion juices to a heavy gj rup is
accomplished with the greatest econo
my, steam being admitted only into the
first pan, and the rest of the operation
being automatic, aided only by the
pumps producing the vacuum. The
syrups thus produced are convertei into
sugar in the following manner:
"A portion of the syrup is placed in
an apparatus called the ttike pan.
Tbij apparatus is very large ueually of a
pear euape, wan somenUat straight
sides, and provided with a series of
coils, one above the other, to which
steam can be admitted at will. Tho ad
mission of steam is always so regulate!
that it is not allowed to enter above the
surface of Jthe lijuid in the pau. The
liortion of the syrup fust introduced is
evaporated until it reaches a point of
consistency which will pormit of the for
mation of crybtala. In this condition if
a portion of fresh syrup be ipiickly in
irouueeu me wnoie mass in the ran
will become charged with exceedingly
huo crystals cf sugar, By careful man
lpuiatiou ana me iniroauciious oi new
quantities of syrup from timo to time
these crystals are made to grow. As the
pau becomes full successive coiU of the
steam pipes are brought into use, so
that the boiling surface of the pan is
gradually increased in proportion to the
yolume of its contents. Iu course of a
few hours the skilled sugar-boiler will
find that the pan is full, and that the
crystals have grown to the proper size
The mass in the vacuum pan at this
stage is extremely heavy, consoling of
dome mass of sugar crystals mixed with
a iuanity of molasses greater or less in
amount, as the juices from which the
sugar is made are more or less pure.
In boiling sugar in a vacuum pan, if the
highest possible yield is desired and no
objection arises to the formation of soft
crystals, a very high vacuum, equivalent
to 29 inches of mercury at the sea level,
is employed. If harder
crystals, giving a somewhat kss yield,
are desired, as in the case of makirjg
ranulated sugars, a lower vacuum,
namely, from i to '2 inches id em
ployed." (The vacuum pan of the La
Grande factory lias a capacity of 2"0
sacks of sugar equal to 12.5 tons, and
will be opsiated with a vacuum o! 22 to I
"The syrups are reJuced b tha v-ci
urn strike pan ia!o sugar cilhd masse
cuite. which contains from G to 10 per
cent of water. Tun is then carried UN
rectly to the centrifugals, where the mo
lasses is separate!. "
The centrifugal are circular tanki re'
volying with great velocity. There are
eight of these centrifugal in tne La
Gran Je factory. They are 40 inches in
diameter and revolve at tho rate of 1000
revolutions per minute.
"A lining of gauze" permits the mo
lasses lo pass outward under the im
pulse of the centrifugal motion, while it
retains all the crystals of sugar e.cupt
those flim enough lo ho ont rained with
the etc-pli'il hpiid, The oncrynlalUed
yrups, U gather with the water, are aep
arated from the sugar by ceutrifogals
and form molassrs. The molasses la
either reboiled and a hciiI crop of
crystals obtained, oris treated In vai
ous wax s f t ee arating the sugar which
it contain. If rttined sugar is
to be made, the juices ami syrups are
pawed oxer bono black to decolorue
them, at d the crystals are woiked In
tho centrifugal in order to make them
perfect' j white. Tho small, hard, color
less crystals thus obtained when diied
iu a revolving drum form the i AnuluU'il
sugars ol connin'rce.
The diyer in the I -a Giaude factory is
H feet long and 7 (cot in diameter.
Tlie lorrgoiug description of tin prc
cess of manufacturing (eet iVr is lioni
1 aimers' liu.Iitin No. 62 ol the I'nilrd
States I partmeiu of Agriculture by II.
W. Wiley, chief of the division of chen.
istry, and formerly direct r of the de
partment of sugar, IWel Experiment
Station, Nebraska, February, 1SIT.
(froin the tiarvlle.)
.Miss Lucy 1 lay left Wednenday for a
visit in Portland.
Aunt Sarah Thomas spent the Sab
bath with frieuds at I. joking t.ilase.
Tho Gotr school opened Monday with
Miss Kuiiua Herstiue, of Oaktaud. as
Mrc. W. T. Turner, of 1'ortland, is
viaitiug at the home of her mother, Mrs.
M. A. lrowo.
Mies Dora l'sge weut to Eugene Wed
nesday where she will visit with friends
A. A. Smith shipped a car load of
hogs aud sheep to 1'ortland Mouday.
Mrs. Djra llursey, of Astoria, is visit
ing at the homo of her parents, Mr. and
Mis. G. V. Peters.
Miss Mary Thomas aud Mrs. Mary
Smith left for Salem, Toitlaud aud oth
er points north, this moroing.
Jenner Page, Itussell Butler aud
Samuel HarUoek left on the local Men-
day morning for Albany College.
Captain Scott and family, of the life
saving station at Uandoo, spent last
Friday at the home of T. L. Graves.
Mrs. A. L. Todd, an old time resident
of this vicinity but now of Dillard. is
visiting her old time fi lends at Shoestring.
L. C. Marcelles left Wednesday night
for Portland, and will act as traveling
silesman for the G. II. Hammond Pack-
Judge I. II. Kiy and wife left Monday
evening for Ashland aud other South
ern Oregon points. Mr. Uay will be
abe-.'ut abjut ten days.
John Sutherliu, who has been iu the
employ of the Portland Cracker Co.,
haa returned. Duriog his brief stay
with them, the company shipped 12 cars
of hardtack. The product of this fac
tory will go to Manila.
On last Friday Dr. W. C. Gilmour was
called to Elkton to attend to T. L. Jones
who is sufferiog from acute conjunctivi
tis. Dr. Gilmour returned to Oakland
with his patient Saturday, who is im
proving under the doctor's care.
Un last Sunday Dis. Page and Gil
mour operated on Roheit Phelau who
was run over by a wagon a fortnight
ago. It was found that the outer table
of tho skull had been fractured and that
Mr. Phelau had been more seriously in
jurcd then was at first supposed. The
injury was not examined by a physician
at the time of the accident.
On Monday on complaint of Louie Lab
terellc, L. Thornton appeared in Judge
Coviugdou's court, cl.argcd with malic
louBly shooting a burr'-, the property of
complaintaut. Thornton plead guilty to
shooting the hor.e, but claimed the ani
nial was vicious and dangerous. After
hearing the statements of each party,
Judge BovingJon assessed a Guo of f 10
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARK ASSERTING IX TUK COURTS (OUR EIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTOKIA.".ANn
rrrcHF.R's castoria," as our trademark,
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Nyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," tho samo that
has borne and does now bear j? on every
the fae-simile signature of Cus$$fi&&: wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been useit in
the homes of the Mothers cf America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have alwajs bought . - on the
and has the signature of OStffMtcXU: wrap
xr. No one has authority from mo to use my name except
The Centaur Comimiy, of which Chas. 11 Fletcher is President.
March 24, 1S98. 0 j) , a
Do Not Bo Decoived.
Do not emlangrr the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which somo druggist may offer you
(Jvc.uise he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
grrdients of which even he does not luiuw.
"Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
1 ". . 'Ml
V. Ya.V.i Vm. .Va1
; v v v v v
Squirrel i Gopher Poison
Sptcily and i:itttul Or
RA1S, MICE, CROWS. ITC.
t'hti lli'ht mi'l ( hi nix l ii'iu
!)' ) '! lll"l'"''H 'I ll'l I llO
il .1 rurliiin ol lln or
flinM mnl nun h n-i
; A. C. MARSTERS & CO., Druggists,
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
It Will Take More Than this Post to Kuumcratc the
Good Points of the Oliver Plow. The only Gcnuiinc
OLIVER PLOW, at
Churchill & Woolley's.
WIN 811 1011 1
'. I llVHltll,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Soutliern l'aclllc Co.
"tniulh ( "
.(0r, M. I I.t. I'onUml" Ar.
t.W A. M. I l.r. K(wvhiin l.r.
1.4Ha.u. At. Hail FrfttU'lM-o I, v.
IJ..-3 r. n.
in r. m.
Aboto Irmlui (lop t nil )iriucll nUllom
tH.(wvt'ii I'lirilnu l noil Cutout, Tiirm-r, Marluti,
Juflirvm. AUur, Imiioul, Hholiln, llntny,
lUrrlabiirc, Jiim llmi l lir. Kiigrur. t oilmje
linirv, i)riu, (ikliul, null U lllom Ituiu
Kovbur lo Aiuuud lucliulve.
Hoscburv nail Dallf.
b K r. a.
7r. I Y"a
t. ; ;i
au r. h
m a. m
Pullman Duffet Sleepers
ftr.coM.cTANs ftM:i:i'iu t.um
AUchcJ U til Through Trlu.
West Side Division.
llclHrceu I'unland and t'orrallla
Mill trulu Jilij (sierpt duuitr).
KRUSH & SHAMBROOK.
lir.AI KRS IN A I.t. KIM'rt (if
STAPLE MD FANCY GMCERIH 1 PROVISIONS
FIME TEAS AHD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
AI.Mt , H I.I. I INK 1K
TOBACCO 8c Old-A.rtS.
K I'H A I RIAL. illv, iKHir HoutU til I'. U.
i t'i i: v;i,ni;nv. honi:hi hij, iii:;on,
7:M A. M.
1J lr. m
At AlbtiiT nj CnmUli connect Willi trin.
ol Urvguu Ceiilml A tutcru riUoU.
EiprcM Imln Jlly (eiccpt 8uuJy).
f St) fr iTTi.rT l'oftiitnil ArTi a. iT
l-.Sur. a. Ar. - MrMlnrlUa l.r. S .V) a. n.
i J) r. n. 1 l.r. Inilein-titli'ui-,' l.v ll-;i..
1'init t'oiiiifvttiiu at Hn Krniii'tiiro lih tf
ililoiitiil ami Uricutal ami I'aclllR Mall atram
lii lluin lor JAI'AN AND CHINA. KaUlii
ilti-j mi a'llratiiii. i
Katu an.l In Well to K.iUtii ih.IiiI nn. I Ku-1
foi. Alw. JAI'AN, CHINA, 1IONOI.V l.l! ami I
Al !rR.M.IA. Cau to ol.ialuctl Irom lll.U. ;
Ell Kri, 1 ickal Agcul, Uotcbtirg.
R. KOK1U.KR, C. II. MARK II AM.
Managvr. U. t. A I'ajM. Agubl. t
his is the Place
A full ami complete assortment
of all goods usually kcjt in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
caaued goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special atteution.
Our Hue of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
0.RMC0J Health is Wealth!
' p m .
line i :.m,'i.
Lotalt J iu thai pailul ('r kvii lni:l
aj large piachcr.
Til is scbuul link a n.-'iltu f in.ul cm at
college preparatory, munlv anl nrl i-our-i-
TUc noriuol senior cla jirnclicv tut liin
Ihoroush critic tcacli-r.
TliC tniuing scln'ol i r.i'lcil. tifailr. acci-pb d ltuiu g.jn.l m h". !. Tin-rcxulni li"riul h liuul
diploiua Is graulid, gooil cvvr win i in tlie tuw ttltlinui (u.-ilai i xiuiiiuHtioii.
KliK.Ub':s: All vxpcU'iva lor uliuol yi-ar tU'r, m.t liiclinliiiK k-Next Hli'jnl year upctia
cpt j. Fur eatnlozuu or information, nd'lri", W, T. VAN (.V, Trem-li nl.
1 i--i;r jib:-, nihtr im., htinl- ,tr- hiIi-H'THinI,
k rinl Mil In H. Km lp i- n't ti- cla'.-i.
lliri'U'-livut I In- y. ,.r innler tlu- ilirifl miKn ol a
County Treasurer's Nottc.
ytn.cia Lercby given to all parties
boMing UougluH county warrants in
dorsed prior to Oct. 17, 1VJI, to pre
sent the saiiiV at tlie treasurer's otlice in
tLo court house for payment, as interest
will cease thereon after the date of this
Dated this the 22d day of Aug., IS'jS
at the City of Uoaoburg, Oregon.
Geo. W. Dimmkk.
County Treasurer, Douglas County, Or.
splendid dwelling property consistinii
ol three lots, well tioished houss and
outbuildings, offered at a genuine bar
gain by the Koseburg Duildiug A Loan
Association. Iuouire of
IltiiMA.s Maiiks, Secretan-.
Tlie Jiuest anJ Urvati-it K.oniliuu Kir ltel!
in uie uriiiwcM.
H. C. STANTON
HaaputrecelTtda new and txteaaira atock
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dreuu Goods, KibboBS, Trimniiigii, !
Laces, JCtc., lie,
-ALSO A FIN! STOCK OF-
HOOTS AND SHOES
Of tha beat quality and floUli.
Wood, Willow nd Glasa Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
Alau on baudl In taiK quantitiea and at prlcea to
viiuo. aiwj a urg. amca tI
rro-luctn ol Oregon ami Wit'liinl.iii will lunln
piayea iu woii'letlul iirolu-ion, liicluiliu
nmro varictien than ever lcloru khUi
crcl toKvtber i" one e.xliiiiit.
Qregom $hort ine Ry.
I 'iin.i.et. iinj mini tllrett MHlC tn
Utah, Colorado, Nebraska, Kan
sas, Missouri River and all
I'oinis liast- and 5outhcast.
Qold, Silver and Bronc Hcdu s
vvill be Awarded.
1. ). ,k lit lite time
New York daya
Chicago 3; j days
.St. Louis V, days
Denver '11 j days
Salt 1-ake l.'i days
l rte itccUuliiv. Clmlr curia, up
IiulHtcrtrcl rourlatt Hlc'cpluif
carw, l-tilliiiaii I'Hlace Blcp-
H p. Ill,
1J p. 111.
Irom l orllauil
.-all Lake. iHsnvrr. H.
Wortli, tiiuiilia. hail
mil Cllv, M. Uilll-,
. iiii'KKo all'l East.
W alia alia, t-1. k ii".
t likK'j ami 1,ii el.
All alllns tlalen ml- ;
ji-i t to ihaux".
Kor hail Kiant leo
i-nil -M'pt I, li, II, I1',
fc t IT.
T Astoria uu'l Hi)
0 a. in,
Tut. I Imr
i. a. in.
Orelou Cify. Ne "'rK.
f-alcm dt W iiy-l.auii k j
Wiilamctlc anil Yarn- ,
tlri-,'on t itv, luiytnii,
I'orllauil to l.urvullin
ami w ay-LaudingH
A It lil VK
V J' a. in
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t e in.
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1 I , in.
i M i. 111.
l.v. Itli.orln ,
Kxe l.l , Kimria to Lewlaloli.
n iil lil.
I u i in,
1 lie. I Imr.
Pure Fresh Drugs
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
And With Dispatcli.
A Full Line of Patent fledicines and
t.'eucml 1'aiiiicuger A yen I.
O. H. He N, Co.,
Marveloualy liich Specimens Irom
OolJ, Silver arid Other Mines
BE.NNEITS RE0W.EI) MILIT1BV BIND
llu bttn eiitfiigca lor the iomuii.
n liuu Aerial Feats aud
i'oriull imnleulura regurtljns rute.-, time
traiu", ete., cull on or nJilrctw
J. F. (ilVANS, Agt., Koseburg.
C. O. Terry, VV. n. Coman,
'I niv. I'ii-.. At. ili
Very Low Kates ou all JJailrj&do
Adults L'o cents Cliildrt- Hf,..,rf
ade Clothing yE f D LET LIVE!
Luilertlit! aliuve inntlo 1 III mill i.on Uime I.t
urvey lor all imrtlun deninnif my a'ciwinnei) i
an engineer or anncyor. My cringe li .
reanonuijie lima my work Kuiirn,iii i. -i.,.
Call at Stanton's for "I,. P. M"
A'1'lrein m- HI C'lef'lnnil, JxiuuImk 1 1, or.
WII.I, ! MI.VIXIN,
Thin old mJUIjIo aud
rbo moat uceemilijl
bueeluliat ill Hail rau.
eiaco. atllloontiutica to
euro all Scaaual aud
catlnal Vltatf aucb
bh Uonnorrhect, OUt
m rtcturc. 5yph III la
ru HZ,, I.t.iti, Klkla 111.
jimLirt& 'ii.SSf I.. I n.mhood. till) tnuno-
uuencii of heii u'uuau auii I'lueuu pioducln2 tot
loiiiiwiiiK hyiii(Uini: nulimv ccuuuiuaucf, uars
Allots iimler lliu cyea, liilln in tlie heitil. rioguig
in tlio umh, Ion ol L'Oiili'Juiita. Uilll'leiiW iu l
lironeliini; (itriuiKura, palpitation ol tho iicart,
wakneho tiiuliiuba anJ. liatk, loaao mmorj
.j)ii.i k on Uii) fuco, (ioiixtia, couKuuiiition, ito,
Dit. l.lliilON liim prHellcwl iu Ban Kranttlaco
over tuny year ami thorn, tioublcil alutuld not
fail In eniiMilt lilm uli'l rtilolvo tho luaiiilit ol
Inn threat t-k 1 1 itml i.xj,erlei:o. The doctor cure
In n iilhi in liiil. Try hi m. tire suarauloop.
IVrtmiiK enre.l ut homo. :liai;o r':amuhlf.
t all or write.
Kit. I. K. iiinitos, r,r, IJoariV Mi " 'rtn
ciMjij, ( nl
Wt art always lo the Lead, aud mean to
The Golden IJarveat Is upon u, and (arm.
ers art amlliug became Woodward
looas to their iutereat.
It UOOV IIAJIIVIaS
Theat art all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduoed Prlcci.
Consult your purae and bt aurt and set
Wooilwanl before buying,
W. ii. WOODWARD
:MuvvcHfor lo U. W. NUAII.I
rROTTINQ AND RUNNINO PLATUS A SPKCIAI.TY,
UKI'AIKINO OK ALL, KINUH 1'HUMl'iLY DO.NK.
MUop oil Corner DVanhluittou aud Kaue ttim., Hoaebura.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE rOHSESKION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds and Miuiug Properties,
Prune aud Hop Lauds of best quality, iu choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasouable
prices aud easy terms. Inquire of
3D. S. K. BUIOK,
DRH1N, SCOTTSBURC, CRRDINER,
Leaves Drain every uioniiug, connecting at Seottsburg
with the STKAMKR RALPH, for (lar.lincr
aud other points on the Ujupqua.
HLI PARMER, Proprietor,