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PLACERS Or' DOUOLAS.
Myrtle, Cow and Coffee Creeks, Uod-
on, Bohemia and Other DU
trlcts Rich In mineral.
Written fur Hie On-gonlau by J. II. Klbr.
tit thattarW dy of Ibe diacovery ol
sold ou (lie I'aeltfc coaal. Iiouglaecouuty,
ike oiaoy oilier iart ut me aute, was
crli;lil over by tbe itroepertor. But
if tie did not find pay dirt of safflcleDt
rlcliooee to pay reveral dollere a day to
tbo man the proajiect wag abaodooed for
more promliioa Ueiug. ibere were iui
low protpecta in tUia county tbat, willi
the rudo appliance! ol the pioneer gold
banter, paid very well ; but gold waa dig-
covered id nearly ail me gravel uepoaiia
ol tho itrratiji tributary to the UiuKiia,
etieclally to tbe aoutli. lu tbeae mod'
ern daye, alien men are eatiafled with
aiualler proiu. ana toe tuaruinety lor
aaying the gold baa been touch improved,
attention ia again attracted to theae gold
fieldf, a little account ol eome ol which
la given below. Nor la placer miniog
monoiolizlog the attention ol tbe miner.
There are many good uarU proepecte
being developed, reference to one of
which ia made below under the bead ol
Podaon mountain uinea. On the Upper
Olalla a large depoeil ol broken or le
comicad taarli baa long been known to
eint. rue tneory ia auvaaceo mat a
quartx ledge had once projected bigb
aiHjve I no aurrounuing country, wuico
had tieen worn down bv the fricUon of
the agea, and Anally the ledge itself fell
over, coveriog the ground to a depth of
about two feet. It ia now aaid that the
Iiarent ledge from which I bia quarts came
laa been discovered, and earrtee gold in
navinir uuantitiea. Aa a remit, the en
tire country within the peat few daye hat
been ataked out by clalmante. It might
he proper to obeerve here tbat I hi game
And ia on tbe headwaters of tbe eame
at ream on which tbe Litlleneid aud Pay
icer miuea are located . from wlncu to
much gold baa already been taken, aud
ol which o much ia expected.
Ibe JJobuoiia Uialritt ia already known
to fame. The Noonday, tbe Auuie and
the Cbauiplou miuea are good proiwriiee.
Tbia diHtrict, it ia true, doee not helong
eicusiyely to Ponging county, being lo
cated on the line between it and Lane.
For much ol the year, becauae of ita ele
vation, it being high up on the Caacade
range, tnia u.airici ia cioeeu to civiliza
tion beca new oft he great anow fall and
the dilliculty of aoceM. Itut Lo'.h Laue
and Pouglaa will ilruatrle lor tbe trade
ol Ibis district. Oaklaud is only 30 miles
distant, and a good road up the C'ala-
pooia ia alroady partly conatructeu, and
III sou n be unieneu.
There is a quicksilver mine abjut eight
miles etet of Yoncalla, and one of ihe
lineat bod tea of nickel in tbe United
States within a few milee of Hiddle. liut
ol there I have not the data at band to
enter into detail. There ia a revival ol
interest iu mines nf all deecriptious(
manT oi uie piacera are paying unit rate,
and mauy oiherg, aa aoon aa provision
ia made to bring water ou luein, will pay
follow log is a briel uegcmiiiou oi gome
of tho principal districts:
NJVIiTI.K I'HkKK Ml.k.
The placer miuus on Myrtle croek, 13
miloa southeast from Myrtle Creik sta
tion, have been worked for tbe past i0
years evoi v winter and, though a largo
quantity of gold hag been taken out, tbe
imprersuiii maun on ine ueposii. wntcu
aa a a lungin oi miles atw covers
KXX) acres, is ao nnall that little seems to
have been doue. Tbe water aupply is
insullicieut for mining in summer, but
wheu the Myrtle t'teek Mining Com
pany extends ita ;(U-iuile ditch six in ilea
iurlher. lo the Kast UmiMiua, it will be
enabled to work the yoax round, as will
those owning claims immediately below
tbe company's iroierty. This company
ban 1000 acres ol mining ground, and
when at work ruus six giants and eui
ploys about X meu. By extending the
said 3ti-mile ditch over the divide eepar
alinir Mvrtlo from Lee'a creek, aud prae-
ticalTy doubling ita length by ita contin
uance ou that aide ol tbe niouutatu,
witter would bo obtained continuously
for working tho Lee's creek mines, aud
it is evident that iu this mammor the
value ol those properties would bft en
COW CRKKk I'LAl'EKS.
One ol the most extensive mining
proper! iea in tbe state ia tbat of the
ABO Miuing Company, on the
south side ol Cow creek, a few
miles this aide of Ulendale. Be
fore the recent reincorporation it
waa called the Mutory mine. Ihe pla
cer deposit owned by the company,
which is com posed of Chicago capitalists,
baa au area of 1000 acres, traversed by
two old chaunela, one laperpoeed on the
other. The lower channel consists of a
stratum of blue gravel from 40 to 60 lost
in depth and 100 yards wide, and the
upper cnannei ox res gravai irom eu to
100 feet deep, with an average width ol
one mile. During the past wloter, four
Siants were used, -each-of whinh pro
ucdln 24 honrs $100 in gold. The
amount inveated ia $175,000, but wilb
this Increased to at least llttO.OOO by tbe
construction of 20 milea of ditch, tapping
McCully creek, lor which the riparian
riuhts have been secured, water in sutn-
cieut volume com a ixt ootaiuea to oner
ate a ball dozen or more giants. Ihere
are now three miles of ditch summed by
two creeks. An essential part oi the
Dreseiit ulaut is a steam pump, having
capacity ol 8,000,000 gallona per day. It
elevates the water of Cow creek 36.6 feet
into a reservoir which runs one giant
li'JO feet below. Tbe dump has an eleva
tiuu ol from 80 to 10J feet, aud Cow creek,
when swollen, carries oil' all the debris.
Tho number ol men employed when tbe
mine ia boimz worked is from 20 to 30
Adjoiuiug the ABC property on the
game side ot the stream is the Tuller
placer ground, about 200 acres, owued by
the now Victory company. It operates
one giant. At tbe limits of its territory
tha i ili I channels reannear on the north
side of the creek, where is located the
Yolk mino, embracing from 20J lo 300
acres. Its working capacity al present
ia coutlued to ouo giaut, but olhir giants
Ml I .. . I I.. I Li. Til 1 - .. . I .... IV.U.
win ue Kuueu. oiiu tower uuwn uu vow
ureuk are several small miuiug proper
ties, either worked by sluice-boxes or by
tho hydraulic system.
llOtlHO.N MOUNTAIN MIMU.
Fourteen miles east of Itosuburg, ou
podaou mountain, which rlres to height
of 3U00 (cut, iB a miueral deceit ol vast
extent, winch has been little explored.
A number of claims have beou located,
but a comparatively small amount ol
development work has been done.
Messrs. Kiev, Kimball and Hml, who
own the Black Itepubtlcaa, have dis
played the moet enterprise la this re-
stwet. This mine compntos three par
allel veins, wblch Lave beoa traced lor
miles, haying respectively a pidin oi ,
1 1 and 10 fw t, in syenite and diorite
formations. The ore obtained consists
of cbalco-pyritcs, assaying from 6 to 14
tier cent in copper and irow v to --'
per ton in gold, in miners- parlance, u
Is a "Iiom uroDoaition." lb re tunnel
have been driven into this mine, one 40
(set in length, another 12s feet, and tbe
third 100 feet. They will be extended
100 feet farther. These three gentlemen
srs Interested with Terry Duncan in the
Duncan mine, five feet lu Width, In tbe
same section. ;
In a northeastern tUrecttuii from '.he
Duncan is situated the Yankee Hoy. from
six lo eight feet in widtL, on which con
siderable work has been done by the
owners, Meesrr. ltolHnsoa Proa, end Oat
roao, who have bonded H .for $12,000.
Tbe or obtained from IXxieiv mountain
la eeaentially like that from the Black
Republican. When capital can be In
duced to develop the fabulous latent
wealth of this one section of Douglas
county, it will mean tbe permanent ad
dition of several thousand to our pojm-
I OKKXK t'MkMbK.
The mutt famou mining camp ol pio
neer days was at Coffee creek and Texas
gulch, tributary to the South Uinpua,
where a neb strike was mane in
As early as Ptt2. however, gold had been
obtained in paying quantities at the
mouth of the creek, f rom tbe condition
ol tbe banks at present, it is evident tbat
tbe pay dirt ex i ted exclusively on the
right bank going up stream, the opposite
bank showing little indication ol haviog
been disturbed. Hundreds ol men for a
few short yeara hekl high carnival here
lib the millions ol dollsr they dug out
of the ground Twenty, thirty, fifty dol
lars per mao was tbe average daily out
put, and occasionally .nuggets were
picked up running from a hundred to
several hundred dollars in value. The
saloons located on the creek aod tbe
5 ambler gathered a golden harvest,
be miners wildly squandered their
easily gotten wealth as long a their
claims 1 1 eld out. and but -few ol itiem
looked out for the inevitable rainy day.
Fifty-dollar slugs were more plentiful
than nickels are now. , It is possible
tbat, if an excavation were made iu tbe
bluff above tbe ngbt bank ol tauee
creek, to bedrock, a continuance ol tbe
same auriferous deposit might be found.
Miners say ttiat gold never was lound in
Cotleo creek above Texas gulcb. Several
miles up this gulch the aucieut channel
is covered by conglomerate rocks wbich
in turn are covered by a slide from tbe
mountaio aide. It is believed by ex
iwrte tbat, by drifting in several direc
tions under the conglomerate, the chan
nel would be found, which, juding from
tbe erstwhile richness of Coffee creek,
would probably yield bushels of gold.
... Format Reerve-Rgu(atron8.
Much attcutiou baa been paid recent
ly by tbe ireneral land office at Washing
ton to the preparation of rules snd regu
lations applicable to tbe government of
the various forest reservee, aud Com
missioner Hermann has now formulaled
these for the apiroval of the secretary of
Prospecting, locating and developing
miueral resources aud forest reserves are
iiermitted. f jtnda for rchoolhouses and
churches are provided and water for do
cues tic, mining, milling and irrigation
purposes are also allowed. Construction
of wagon roads is authorized and the
right ol way across reserves for irrigat
ing canals, ditches, Humes aud reeer
voiis is permitted.
Mineral lands of the forest reserves are
subject to location and entry under mm
ing laws in the usual manner. Makers
of mining locations are authorized to fell
aud remove Irom their mimug claims
any limber growing thereon, lor actual
mining purposes upon ibeir particular
claim. Free use ol Umber is allowed to
bona lido settlers, miners, residents and
prospectors for minerals, for firewood,
feuciug, buildings, etc.
Soldiers' Home Notes.
The most promising gardeu in Douglas
county may be seen at the Soldiers
The pension uiiesliou is gradually be
coming a back number and some of the
old roosters that croweu me louaesi are
attain coming home to roost. It was
Mra. Uvare. matrou ol tbe Oregou Hoi-
di' Home' met witb a very painful ac
cident a few days ago by having a heavy
meat crinder I all ou her loot wuicu
bruised that member quite severely.
Mies Viola Maun, the new matron at
the hospital, late of baletn, Or., has
laknn i: liar lie at per poet oi uuty wnu
. . 1
enema to be thoroughly qualified to fill
tbe important position to wbich she bas
Mrs. Khodie Noah, ol this place, was
taken iu tbe night with cramping pains
and the next day diarrhtea set iu. Hhe
took half a bottle of blackberry cordial
hut izot no relief. She theu teut to mo
in r.-h if I hud auvthingthat would help
her. 1 sent her a bottle of Chamber
laiu'a Colic, Cholera and Dlanhi.a Item
ndv and tha first dose relieved her. Au-
other of our neighbors had beeu sick for
about 'a week aud had tried difioieut
remedies (or dinrrha-a but kept getting
worse. I seut him Ibis same remedy
Oulv (our doses ol it went required to
cure him. Ho says he owes his recovery
to this woudeiful remedy. Mrs. Mary
riiuley, biduoy. Midi, tor sale by A
C. Marste rs & Co.
Tho board ol regents o( the ( regou Ag
ricultural college at Corvallis, elected
Prof. Thomas (.iatuh, formerly of Halem
aa ltresldeut. and elected Prof. Moses
t'raiir as botanist iu place of Prof, lied
rick. These woro the ouly changes
made. Prof. Hatch is a well kuowo ed
ucAtor aud is an excellent gentleman
Ha has been a member oi the (acuity of
ii... ihiivoraitv of Oreuou. tbe Willam
huh t'niversitv uud the University ol
WuHuiuulou. aud for 30 yeara has ou
joyed a high staudiug aa a college leach
There ia a time lor everything i am
the lime lo alteud to a cold ia wheu
at art H. Poil'l Walt till VOU have COU
sumption but preveut it by using One
Mluute Cough Cure, the giant remedy
i..r 'iiiiL'ha. colds, cruup. brouchitiu and
ill throat and lung troubles. A. I
James Pearlinn received asliiimeol ol
Her. Fen ton and ltev. Jones wsre in
tow n s few days laet week.
Dick and Horace 5eea will open a
meat market in town this week.
Marcellos A Kate received a ship
ment of assorted goods Isst week.
Ben Kbambrook and sisters. Cecil and
Martba, of Cm po.ua Ferry, were in town
r. B. Deckle and wife and 0. II.
Medley and wife made a trip to the
county teat last week .
Mies Gertrude Courtrluht returned
borne Friday -from Albany, wbere (he
baa been visiting friends.
Mr. II. Brown and wife of Klkton
were up last week visiting bis brother,
A. F. Brown, of this place.
M'u Kv Howard aiuLkUUi) Clarke
came over Irom Millwood Thursday and
remained till after tbe celebration.
T. M. Boyd of IJaleey is filling Mr.
Dunn's place as night operator at tbe 8.
depot, -Mr. v. being out on a vacation.
F. W. McKechuie received a present
from Medford last week in the shape of
a young wild cat. Mc. has caged bim in
tbe ware room, w here be is on exhibi
tion. Miss Cora Alexander rame in town
Friday from Elk Head, wbere ahe ha
been teaching school and remained till
after the Fourth.
Mies Maud Beckler returned home
from fcaleui Friday, where ahe bas been
visiting for soms time. Mr. Bowers
aod Mabel Dawning came with her to
visit relatives here.
Miss Anns Clarke of Millwood came
in trom Driver valley Friday on her way
borne, in company witb J: U. tjuant,
wife and daughter, luey weBttoii?ve-
land lo celebrate the Fourth.
Misses Mattie and Ora I'erry, Etta
Flook. Kate Fly male, ritei! Zigler.
Earnest Morian of Koeeburg, and J udge
Keed of Tscoina were over from Rote-
bnrg .Saturday to attend the celebration.
To Cora Cooetlpwtton Fcreeer.
Take Cawareta Candy Cathartic 10c or Sc.
If C. C C. fail to cure, draggtets refund money.
An Indian War Veteran.
EniioK Plaibdealkk: Diel at the
Oregon .Soldiers' Home July - J, of old
age and general debility, William John
sou aged SO years. The deceased was
among tbe very first to respond to the
call for volunteers to relieve the stricken
and captured survivors of the Whitman
massacre. lie lived during the last
years previous to coming to the Home
in Lane county, Or., some seven miles
west ot fcugene. tie was buried in the
Home cemetery on the 3d inet., with all
the honor accorded to tbe dead soldier.
Thue, one more ot Umm old. -survivor a jA
our Indian wars has passed away.
There are still in the Home fifteen of
thoee participants in early Oregon his
tory. Their combined ages aggregate
1085 years, or an average of 07'..; years
each, the youngest being 03, and tbe old
est S3. Those men came to Oregon
when a vast wilderness stretched from
the Missouri Kiver to tbe Pacific Ocean.
How much of national growth, history
and buuiau progress have thoee old vet
erans witnessed : venir. tnote men
weie tbe picket line, the advance guard,
and tbe wall of defense that made pos
sible tbe Oregon of today. Do we fully
appreciate tbeir services 1 tniux not.
Even hero in the Home their service is
looked uon with contempt by sime ol
thare iiensioned survivors of our civil
war. w bo never rendered one nine oi me
service or imaged through one-half of the
privation and danger that our inuian
War Veterans have. All hail to those
bravo men who built their camp fires
along the trail where our continental
railways now ruu and stood guard on
the shores of the Pacific where many ol
the pensioners of tbe late war were play
ion marbles iu security under the shadow
ol Bunker inn monument.
Mu (iHHtuvvu; IMii't von for one
m i nit I A think thatllia "Aatuta Charles"
will ever do any thing but meddle with
other people's affairs, for he does not be-
tha A. P.Y.N. I.O. P. It. S.
tanti poke your nose lu oilier people a
business society. 1 iou win nnu uim id
the S. A. Club. Dknmh.
In all tba wide
eMLj'aa range of human
y t ti "o there ia no
1 fz more pitiful trag-
fl fA- 1 edy than that of
a 11 I t:"T ,h il.ilh of a
mother at child
birth. It cuta off
life just at the
moment when it
has achieved Us
grandest duty and
,at tae very ouisei
'of its greatest hap-
ir--m-m - a. pineas. It leaves
.-.-. - .u.i... ,a tha care of
trnger who have no blood U
welfare. Kitia tt a vu.m, -
thaw -annnt tvnlaCW the lOV
PUIBC gllB y uv, iuj whv - - gr - - - -1
inm miniatrationa of a mother. Thia ever
recurring tragedy could be avoided if wo-
L : Tri j w?. . i- .h. t.l Imnnrtance of
men woum ui - , r ,
- . l . i.u mJt v nr nf the dell-
carmg tor n ---.
eate organ mat oearn mni
i uiMt. w.ikii.11 ana
disease of these organs IS unfitted for moth-
a ii a 1 J- k.a a nsf I n aw a Tw
eruooa ana k oniy noiu - - v
Uintyof agonUlnf paia and P0"1"?,"'?
A lure. safe. aadT speedy cure for all
..Vm .o1.;M. oF the ornn. arjnc ,
remtntne le toiina in ui. - -Preicription.
It prepare, for moh'3
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elastic. II tasen uuiiun iu r---r-
7 . M 1 1 T.V... Ika tiaiial dlS
ins rooiuernoou 7 T -- A
comfort.. It insure, a healthy baby and
i.. ' j j.v;i; r i tnm beftt Ol All
known medicine for women nd o.veo0'0
it them have aaid so over their slgnaturea.
If you want to know more of it write to it.
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A aood, practical home medical work U the
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Adviser is sucb a book. It cU,Bt J"?
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ana motner enouui :
women possess copies of it. A new edition
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ot mining omr, ",v" ' i.T xi v s.nd
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