Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, August 08, 1902, Image 1

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fi TIIK AllVKItTIHINO MEDIUM, S
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, Devoted to the Mining , Lumbering nnd Funning Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Huitling for a Grub Stake.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902.
VOL. IV.
no. 30,
Mines and MimjMj
C Itbma 0 rftmcr-!' Intoi'ojr lb Mining on.
AS SKI1N lV JAMHS P. KIMIIAI.I..
Vt'fcut Anvlhrr Wfll.r Think. HI Tin Ort.l
llohtmU Mlnlnf llUlrlc'l.
KllHwn.V roniHM'llilll Wltll till'
Honthrrn Piu'lllc .VHh'in wlllw'rvn In
tirliiK tin- lliilii'iuln iiiIiiIiik dUtrlct of
1,111m 11ml DmiKliiH rnnntlr. OrvKon.
I tin iwtu mill IlllMI'llHlllL' llllIllirllllKl'.
11.. 1 Imm Hum '.IHKI mlnlnir:t II ill-nth "1 hfl
I iIi.im i,l iwnr.l. inim.of xvlilcli. iih uny illnvtluu Imvi- not. no far iw l
i-rullw-il tor iKKXI ftvt In llii-hoiiIIicimI
mill nt li-iiMt loon fiH-t tou-iiril tin
Miniiiiilt of llolii'inlJt inonntnhi, Ik
.vonil which thu lop of thu IoiIi-Ih
roiui-iili-il. Hi-rliltk ilu.v ! h com-miiiioci'iirn-iici-
(nun iIih-oiiipomIIIoii
o( iiiiiIi-hIIi-. iimmliml to iIIvImIoiiiiI
lilniii-Hiinil wmIIm.
Tim lli-li-nu loile Ih iIImIIiii'II.v trnitil
(orovi-rn tulle, anil oh-iii-i1 nl UiIm
lnt-rviil nt wvi-nil i-li-vnlloiw. In
Oclolicr, IMH, h ivnmrkiililii on- boily
wiih oK-iii-il from tlic runt nliiH' ot
llroiiw HiinitulL nciir tlm invwiit mill
It HiiiUmIii
mnv Ih'Iiumiiiiu'iI.iiik (rncllonul nnil I'll" Informed, yut I.ivii rwu-hii
t,.,.,.n...i-. tlilM illHlrlft Iimm I tlitMlKlt oih'IIihI (orn luiiKth of on
Ihfii wroiiKlilHlmi-lSUKorliw mill- P" t-l In tln-li-wl by which It uum
Imr inn.lnctM (rum Urn oxldlwd xom-1 I'l-nHrnteil. An iipmlle on tin- ont.-r
ofwwnil wiill-knowu IimIcm. .Miner. ji'dK" ioIIowm the on-lioily touniM
nl illHouvorlcH date (roni lln yi'iir i rooln, Whi-n nxainlipl liy mu In No
IOI Tim illHlrkt iiiiiiiIhth nliotit ID i vi-iiiIkt. 1WU, IIiIk Iciim. 7:! fwt IhvoihI
J.e.ut ..( Hin h. "' """' '''. piVHI'nIlMl II flUV of
Development of It normal pro-! hrt. 10 InrliCH-lnrlndliu,' , VI fwt of
ilm-tnln thrfiirm of heavy HiilphlilcHiHlilppliiK om iim rnn.of.mlnc. The
iiflhi'lmwini'tiilHliitNthim far Imvii j uvitiiki' aiway valim of KoIil In thin
ivtiirilcil for want of an nutlet fttr ( iirinlm at that time wan tVX por
HhlppliiK proiliiotM-praflli-al.k' only , " DIvIhIoiihI lnmn In tin- Ili-U-na
lothiMWKl. Ah all oKratloiiH an ho far oh vxIiIIiIIimI ito not compoim.l
xtlll on tho oppoHlti' Hl.li'ofrnlnpoola I '' loili-hy Inti-rvvntlon ol unilillf
.....m. n.lii at h.valfil in.lntH. two HHlnpai(Mo( the Mimlvk. A hIukIk
plain1, howovi-r, illvlilvil the lOiln Into
two partn. oni' a huavy Kah'iiKoroiiH
itroilnut. thu other a ilry ore, lint
nearly iiiially rich In K"lil.
Tin- int'tnlllferoiiH on-M of thi'rrKion
niv of hoVituI t.VK!H accorillniito the
relnllvo itlHlrllnitlon ot thu wvrnil
Hiilphlih-N anil their n-latlvn cnrlcli-iiii-nt
with koIiI. Thu oxlilln-il iiinc
Nclmrar.turlieil iih iikiihI tiy hyilro-
chi'inlcal elimination o( hiiIiiIiIiIi-h of
waiton roailH (rom tin went, the oni
nil HrtiMit Kriulu to the .MiihIlk, ami
the other a rlilio1 roml to the Helena,
liave hliherloMiilllivil (or (iiv-mllllm;
uMirnllonH. Of hiicIi nnl fiicllltle
I he Ih'hI haw Ihi'II niiiile not wllhont
HerlniiM illlllenltleH from cxii-hhIvc pre
elpltatloii. iMpeelally In the winter
niontliH. Snow, however, rm-Iy
reaeheH the IhiIIoiii.
'iViiiiuiii.rtniliiii nl romeiitratiK
.ri.rii.,r in,,,i..i1,Mil.1e einMit III the 1 eoplKT anil leiiil. 'ViiiiiiIiirm from
Mhortilrv xeiiMMi, their Htemly );i- hiicIi timterlal coiiHlHt mimtly of an
Inetlonfrom oxhllieijor fntiiillr rlferoun pyrlte. Varylm; ilonhtleHH
material Iiiih U-enioiH-nileil. Neither In ratio of thu ordinal HiilplihJcH, oxl-Miirfmi-
i-paiK nor eapltnl Iiiih lent ' 'llwil on-wlilely illffer In gold con
(oiinil (or their m-cmniilalloii-ln an- ll''"t (rom locally and Inordinately
tlelpatl ( railway (nrllltleH, Hneh hlh tenor down to moilerate rich-
farllltliM will hooii U. m-arat hand newi. l,ow grmleH rarely full lelow
on the eompletloa of tlm OreKon & I ' vulne of $10, while Ut may l
Honthea-lern railroad now lnilMIng i al:en a a fair averane. The depth
IromtroltiiKVuUrovu tujlif weMj,.riiif thu huhtIU:IiiI nine alno varien
YiH of, rnmpoolii moniitnln, ni.lT" delendlnril, llrnt, hy I orn I enwlon.
themv up 01 ( Km deeply Henlptnred nnd wtond. by circulation of nnder-
ImihIiih. nxtrmstlnn of a law ton- ground nrldnlaleil wntern. Inter
HiilW of Hhlpplnc oreH practleally "In , mediate prodnclH are apt to occur
hIkIiI" awaltH IIh Hervhr. loneen- "ext UOow the oxl.llned f.one. Thin
lrntlno-mlloiiHn't to h locateil xonu Ih thin In the .MiiHlck lode nnd
nt the haw of the mountiiliiH will ih- generally wanting. In thefallforula
)end hirgelv upon facllltleH artorded It Ih develoieil to an unknown, but
liv thN rnllwnv. i extent. In theChamplon
"Several Iniporlnnt tlml-T IhOIh , It low a deep development; In the
initHhle the CaMiuhi forent nwrw , "eleun an umiiml development fol.
will Ik- reiiehed liv the railway, ami lowing a nharply undulating line, at
will' coutrllmte "in IIh traillc. The which Hound or unalteii'il HitlphhU-M
timber of Ih mining dlMtrkl Itnoll Ih make their apiK'aramv.HOinetlmeH at
mainly prolecleil from logging hy , the nurture iw generally In the .Mil
Vilnernl liH'atloiiH, and by uilverw nick,
topographv. If not by forent ivHerva-l "wivy HiilphldeH moHlly galena aru
iloll . ) often of Hhlpplnj; grade, and richly
Tlie llohemln moiintahiH may ' Impn-guated with gold. The lower
lirlellv U ilcHcrlbcd iih fiihnlnatlng ! gradeHcoiiHtltule concentrating inn.
crngM of folapoola mountain, tho j U-rlul. Pan concentrateH reduced to
mirvlval ota gmit volcanic imuiHlrt' the HiHvllle gravity of denwor
jiHleft bv erohlon In tlui form of a flipping material are alno rich In
imrrowand tortuoiiHrldgi' with nu-IKold, lint even from mnterlulatiual
iiieroiiN radliil npurH orramlllcntloiiH. depthn provo of Homewhat leKHViilue.
l'roin the Hiiminltn at eluvatloim of , probably (rom )okh In HlllceoiiH tall
rom WXK) 0.VH) d-et. erimlon lmn ad- Ingx. The Nhlpplng product of the
vamed In all dlreetloiiH toward thu , SlUHlck from thu lower leveln av.er.
bane. Deep V-Hhaped IiiihIiih havo aguH about 7fl In value of gold; and
I Iiiih Imvii Mculituivd on thu went of the Helena about li". Net
Iok deHcendlng Into the Wlllametlu valuen of MiiMlck vaunlngH In gold
and Unii(ua waterH. niter elimination of amalgamating
The whole maHHlf,eHHntlally mule-' vulueHol gold In oxidized muterlal
Hllle In churacter Ih truverned from , under thu HtmnpH may be taken at
biiKe to bawi by numeroUH powurlul nbout CIA; ol Helena vannlngH
mineral loden In nearly vertlclu attl- ( thu mne typualmut?IU;tho latter
tilde, will) a N. W. H. K. couiHe. , from oivh giving i of gidd by pulp
ThrHe occupy In part great cjeni-cut , nHMiiy. No Mhlpinent of Munlck hlgh-
Hhhuivh parallel to thu dlvlHlonal gradu ore Iiiih yet been made. Typl
liartlngH, nnd In imi t bordering val HampleH, however, nanny nearly
Hhearlng bcltH dellned by planen of high In gold iw the bent
leant rcMlHtanre all 11101x1 or K-hh I product of thu Helena In car lotn.
Heparated thim roiiHtltutlng dlvln. ThlH brief genernl Htatement of val
louul plancH, mid whIIh, HllckeiiHldeil wh rcforH, of coui-ho, to pixiHcnt de-
In plneeH, mid morn oi-Ichh wariK'd. velopmentH.
Uneiiunl neparatlon along with Tho oxldlxed xono of the Helena
ullght illHphicumentH of dlvlHlonnl ' lode on tho eiiHtHlniHi ol (Irouw mini.
plani-H give iineiiualHectlonH, expand-'mit Ih Htlll good tor n reiiHonnbly
lug up to 10 leol. iih In tho Helemv and long Hiipply of milling material. That
la lift an In the Mimlck. Ilotwven of 11 pnrallel lode iviuiiIiih untouched.
dlvlHlonal plaueHtho lllilng Ih more ThetleopcHt duvelopment ol llio oxl
or leHH bivccluted In ratio of hccIIoiiivI
expaiiHe. JlhieralUatloii of biveU
ateilpartH alno nppem-M In ratio ot
the expeiiHo of breccia. Segregated
quart occupleH thu 1ohh, bi-occlated
pnrtH, nnd Ih moru or Iuhh lntoixtltliil
thToughout nil brecelntlon. Hoth
ininrts! mpl hreccln are unequally
inlneralUed with tho metallic mil
ihldiw, carrying dlfferont ratloH of
gold and' Hllver, but gonornlly annr
iih proved uncommonly high. Min
eralized oxpniiHUH or parallcllHin of
Icuhch and plaH'H cpiiHtltuto ore
bodlcH, ,( whlcli thrt'ii havo been
opened by drlftH and HtopeH In the
MuhIcU within 11 development of 1100
(eot longitudinally nnd UOO feet ycrv
tleally. Ono of Hicho Iiiih iv Jengtli of
jit loiiHt !I50 (eot, fnccH of drlftH Htlll
bolng within Hh limit. Anothor)H
nbout 100 (eot In length, and tho
third ahout ftOO (eot. An fur iib
wrouglit theno are In dlvlalonH aluo
tlnvo In number, Outcropping ex
JomilonH ol tho lodoaro highly mln-
dlzcd zone Ih obnervud In tho Cham
plon lode.
All HtopeH In tho Mimlck havo only
been partially wrought lor oxidized
or ivinalgamatlug jiroductH. Uli
altered oren havo beon left Htaudlug
iih veHcrveH,
Space forlddH anything like iv'do
taDed dencrlptlon of thp llohemla
ii)1iich, tho development ot nonoot
whlcli Iiiih ho tar ndviinced ivh to fur
iihIj all tho factm-H of hcwhI Impor
tant probleuiH, like relative- zoiich of
ejirlchmeut with tho pi-ecloim metalH
j-e.hitly.o dlHtiibutlon of cojipor Hiil
phldeH along with galena and uphill
erlto, or dlHtiibutlon, cntiro Hhapo
and full size of ore hodlCH. Zinc him
not yut boeii (ound IndclotcrlouH pro
portion. In printed rcporl.H on tho Helena
and Mualck mlnca hiicIi prautlcnl du
tnllH havo brlully been given iih could
bo uHcortaluod as Into iih November
hiHt. p
Sonio 20 locatloiiH havo bIiico been
collecled an a third group timler the
iiauio of ('alnpoola Mining & Tunnel
Company Inlermedlali) iM-twcen the
MiiHlck and Helena group', l'ach
group Ih the pr'Mierty of Hcpemlu cor
poralloiiH, of which Mr. P. .1. .leu
nlngH of Porthiud Ih prcHldcnt. To
IiIh Hiigaclty ami energy the recent
development of the llohemla Dixit let
In cblelly due.
The fuhipooln group.llieluillnglhe
Chatiiploii group of 111 locatloiiH, llo
In a body at the head of ('hampltm
IiiimIu, and iH'eupy the went xldeaud
Hummll o( (he ctilmluatlng ridge.
The worklngH of thet'liamplonnml
llroudway, together with dlHcovery
and ivpreHentntloiiilevelopmentH, re
veal the occurrence of wveral power
ful IimJch parallel to the general h.vh
tvm of loden well exhlblled In the
Helena and Mimlck groupH, and all
of the name tyH.
Thin group UHHtimcH dellnlle impor
tance, however, In advance of ex-
IciihIvo developinent Ih-Iow tho oxl
1llz1.1l zone, iih tho key to deep devel
opment of the MiiHlck anil California
IoiIch by meatiH of two tuuilelM, or of
nu adit from the head of Champion
IiiimIu at the termiuuM of the railway.
The Calapoola Ih ileHlgned iih Im
mediately a developing proportion
for the driving of at leant one deep
tunnel through to City Creek IiiihIii,
giving iiccchh to tho MiiHlck-Call-(orula
HyHtem of lode, and egn-HH
for their productH thiiH obviating
Hiirfaco (raiiHiortatlon over the mini
mil. It Im diwlgued to drive on the
Cliainploii lode, and alter cHtnhllHh
meiit ol Hiiltablo linen to crOHH-cut
the whole H.VHlem ol loden lK-tween
the Helena and MiiHlck-Callforala
m.vhIciiih. Milling material will Inci
dentally be (ound (or the prcxciit
Cnhipoola 10 Htanqi mill. Hy the
addition o( vitnuerH valuable eou
centrnteH can Ihj Immediately pro-dui-cil.
For 21) iiiIIch oil the uptsr watqrH
o( tho Willamette, which Ih followed
by the railway, are dlHtrlbiited falls
and rapliln adaptable to water
power Htilllelent (or air comprcxHlou
and for electric energy (or all mining
and milling purpoxcH, and even (or
locomotion.
Advanced ocrntlnnH (or the pro
duction of Hineltlng oreH and other
nhlpplng productH In the form of
eoncentraleH, will In- mainly by
drlftH and croHH-c'tit (rom which thu
Htim of rlw or buck will U- up to VW)
(cut. 1
The llvlenn Ih iioiv driving a low
drill from Clminplon biixlii, eventu-1
ally lo conaeot with the Hoverul 1
opealngM on the oppoHite Hide o(
(Ji i)iiw Hiiiiuiilt, at higher elevatloiiH. '
Hallway , tuniielllig anil milling Im
provflucutH will (Iiiih nerve tochunge
the llohemla Mining DlHirlct (rom 11 !
free-gold camp to i-hhi-iii tally a pro-,
dncer of mirlferoliH Hineltlng orvn
both wet nnd dry. Oalena him now j
come to Ih; the tnoMt couxplcuoiiH
biiHU liriHlucl within the proxent du-'
ve lopmciit of the Munk-k and Helena
IoiIch. Clialcopyrlle Ih ileveloicd In
admixture with tlie bime HiilphldeH In
pluccH up to commercial vnliu-H.
QiiantlliiHve dutermlnutloiiH olco
per have Ihvii too few for practical
purpiim. Two hundred and ninety
I Ioiih of Munlck conceutrateH Hiuelted
' at Tmroma In lH'M averaged U.,! )cr
'cent of roiH;r along with 12.3 ier
cent of lend, t-i of gold ami t2Js2 of
nllver Thene were produced (rom
partially oxidized orcn. Much ol the
galeuiferoiiH product of both iiiIiicm
iih far iih yet extractiil ban proved
up to Hhlpplng grade wltliout mihiII
Ing. In the Munlck lode and in the,
Helena an far iih wrought, the bulk
of the lode Ih mineralized to Hepurat
Ing grade even between ore nhootH,
except In coiiHtrlcted partn, which
thiiH far have proved few and nliort. i
Thu local IndiiHtry will therefore
develop Into Hhlpplng of high grade I
oreH, and of reduction productH In
, thu form of concentrntcH direct from ,
, the ore without nmnlgamation. ThL. 1
' volume of the IndiiHtry will of courne !
1 ilciH-uil on mining development and
I milting plant. tTumu In turn will be I
In mciiHure.of the application of j
j capital, ltenolute mid cxteiiHlve de--
vciopment of thu Kohemla mlneH, an
now practicable with railway trnnn- j
j portatlon at hand, will go (ar,
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We arc offering greatly i
Reduced Prices in many
Lines of Goods to make
Room for our
A T V srK rr jr
A V Bd 8 0 M tow a E si n SLr
(?!) Which In now arriving: Daily. Shirt Waists '
liViin lllllll wnia
Big Bargains in Ladies Shoes
till September 1st.
The only Complete Line of Gents' and Boys' Coltein Town.
EAKIN & BRISTOW.
I- -! -It
I- A- A- -I.
I toward the CHtubllnhment of 11 '
jHinelter In thu Wlllamettu valley i
: HrhapH, iih long contemplated near
j Portland, where may readily be 1
I lutein bled the various Hineltlng pro
liluctHot ICantcni mid Southern Ore
igon. along with WiiHliIugton or
Vancouver cuke, lire clay and IIuxch.
Garman & Hemenway's
MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
OOMMEyCHSTG- JULY 5,
To make room for our Large Stock of Fall
Goods, now Ordered, will give a Discount of
From 10 to 25 per cent, on all Odds and Ends.
This will be a Money-Saving Proposition to you.
r ROBSRW v ucmcwmI kv leaders in merchandising
VafVUWP Ol Htftt.VimX cottage Grove, Oregon.
GRIP-PEIH BILL
WW WW
'.Vo other available ore t Iiiih far ex-)
itvl the auriferoiiH HiilphldeH of the:
, llohemla DlHtrlct, or the dry oreH of
1 one part of thu Helena lode, now ex- ,
pond!. j
Hy the Installation ot water power
(or electric energy and tor alr-eom-'
prcHidou, all mining and milling ex
' pciiHCH will be reduced toamiulmum.
In the Item ot fuel alone the Having
will be great by (Unpenning with a
' wood-cutting (oree, mid with the
dlfllcult iiiulntenance ol Htablen at
high elevatlonn. The jinrvatlon
of tlmlH.'r Ih iiIho a coiiHlderntlou pt
great Importance. j
The three groupn of mining oca
tioiiH, numlH?riug-i3 l(R-atIouH n all,
Hhould an 1 luiveurged from tlie flrHt,
eventually 1 eomolidnteil Into a
Hlnglu eominaudlug oiieratlon, even
Including thu railroad. With micli ,
IcoiiHumiiintlon. It iiQt too long dp-,
I layed, ntuCli duplication ot plantH
! will thiiH lie nvoldud, while thu mag
nitude of potentialities la hiicIi an
Industrial unit Hhould Inmiru mi able
and eomprelieiiHlvu adminlHtratlou
i with the unremlted aid of adequate
capital. Kveu It not Immediately j
orneticable. micli a conHUinmatloii 1
Hhould be kept Hteadlly la view,
pending Holutlou of what probleuiH
remain by contlnueil development.
Janu'rt P. Kimball In tho Knglueui
Ing mid Mining Journal.
lira
HIGH GKADE j
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Direct from the Factories; J
We are sole Agents for Oregon nnd can save you the J
middle man's profits: We will take your old Piano or Organ in
part payment for a new one and let you pay the balance in small j
monthly, or yearly payments. We are the sole Agents for "
the celebrated TROWBRIDGE Piano. Write us lor Cata-
logue and prices.
MORRIS & CRAW, J
Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon. J
oHOHDiiaBOBOBeDaieapaoBeBonnaaeBonnHsiiBaBai
W. S. ClIRlSMAN.
Em Bangs.
The Fashion Stables
Will be given at the
OPEEA HOUSE,
COTTAGE GROVE,
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15.
irc imziBS GivKtv away
First Prize, for the most beautifully
dressed Lndy, $20; 2nd $10, 3rd $5.
A Fine Mandolin for best Gent and Lady Walter,
A beautiful fan for the best Lndy Waltzer, by Garman &
Hemenway; Best Gentleiuar. Waltzer, Fine Silk Hand
kerchief, by Thorutou of Racket store; Flue Box of Stationery, second
best Lndy Waltzer Benson Drug Co.; Fine watch fob .chain best C.en
tleman two-step by II. C. Madsen, Jeweler; Good Buggy Whip to party
driving greatest distance to ball, Geo. Meinzer. Edgar Willson's
restaurant gives an Oyster supper to the lady and partner winning first
prize for finest dtess.
Other Prizes, to be given by tnerehants,
will be nnnouneed Inter.
Dance Tickets 73cts. Lady Dancers Free, Spectators, Lady or pent, J5cts.
ISO
Si.
J. S. MEPLEY
Attorney-at-Jaiv o o o
: OftU'apu Main itreet : -CoTTAOJ!
GWOVK, ORlt.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Grocery Store
, t
Caries a full line of Staple
and .Fancy goods, Granite,
Crockery, Tin and Glassware,
Vegetables, Flour, Feed, Oats,
Hay and everything the
farmer or the housewife needs.
Produce of all kinds taken
in exchange.
It will he a pleasure at all
times to show -our goods and
you are earnestly requested to
call and examine them.
Will wept Ml Competlon
iii 1'rlceK,
I'OKNER MAIN mid SECOXOSTItKET. COTTAGE OllOVE
Ghi'ismar) & Bani4s, Proprietors.
Also own and oppcrate the Bohemia,
and Black Butte Stage Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
Reasonable Prices
'- .st
skjLlman garoutte
Successor to Baker, fit Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE
YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME
trar- IMPERIAL HOTEL.
Where tlie menU arc well rooked ami well served and tho beds are good.
ITS CLEAN THKOUGBIOUT.
Ami you'll Hud everything home-like without home Inconvenienc,
Coinuuiidstay ua long aa possible.
FINE LARGE SAMPLE ROMS
I'rco tooiir CoininereinlTnulc, Try our Bunrtay Dinner. The &et fttf
Survtxl in' any Hotel in thu City,
N. J). HARDY, M'gr.
COTTAGE OROVE, - - OREGON,
3
A. H. KING
Attorney at Ljmv,
qo'XT40i? aitoyis, ojtu.
Val i.lb!e wining property and Bo.
hernia lor sale, Jerome Knox
J. E. YQU.NQ
0Bf en lo tUftU Ytf
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