sg" 5s as gs: ETjT JL se? i i a ss: NKAT JOII I'ltlNTINOl M lit W W W a i Devoted to the MliiltiK, I.uiiilieilnK mid I'm mlng lutcicsts of this Community, to Good Government, nnd Hustling forn Grub Stake. axis' IT ITT 4Ji, tr-d! Y -Hi n,. VOL, IV LAND FRAUD CASES UP. JUric I- Wnrc ix'l.auil Coin ttiisjioncr. Horace McKlnley ARKMW OP CASES. COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1903. ?3S?35SII01ISE BREAKING ttmnu'ctl (Item to have been written by MUn Wntc. 111 tlielr relations wltli 1 Three Attempts Made Last Toes- I day Night Parties in Jnll. .mutt from the livening i! Ih' inteic-iling tend in iiUMtlon Ih o- oertiini of I.iinc The I 'I' Injt ll,c wuuiy T(,e 1 ''r M-ne. grand jury thu muiit: returned uu indict biI uSi""" '""'icr United States lIxuiuiiMutin Miss Muilc I. Ware, Horict is M Kmley and S. A. 1). puttr ctii-i; g bem with forgery u coiitict n.iii with that clause of tie Inf tm.iu n filed previously by United St vet District Attorney Hill reUtg the utlcilng of lotted igu""e 'i the Southern OftgOll ll" ' trjuil ctscs. The '" oneiii ngauisi ,miss tt'ir Mi kuitcv anil I'uter l a loajoiie. ocrui;.S Mgesof lyiw-j written pap' mil setting furth 111 , ihrftlii:i '4iu verbiage ol the Itiw 1 totil l 1 MincnnU . .- .1 .1. .. Xbc mui ruaii;? me mm Mit '. M Kmley and I'uter hue tecj guilty of lo-gniic ihe Mores ol tuuclnus tieiii Mini Uiof ofo:her iicrsous to liouuxlctd ipplicittous and final proofs, IIIIH nil. other these personages, whether fictitious or not, appealed thc va rious. ciiMcltles or npplkMiil mid witnesses, and 11 the theory of the government is correct the use of theic tlx characters was made to subserve the pursue of placing tlx homestead In the hands of the al leged conspirators. VIM.,., ll.. ..1 " tiiv--n. iiiuiat'iii in. 1 ..... - ... ........ v., ..... ,minM. Alniu' In tin. iih.M wl.ll.. NHW IIANKINII I'lKAt. 'I'lin I'lmmliriH llrlxtmv IliinkliiK I'd. Ih tin- llriu mime of th new imnkliiu; liiHtltntloii to iM'ii In Kit- n .Innuiiry Mrnl hh Hiuci'BKiirH In II111 l.niiK I'liimtv lunik In (In, Two Arrests Made. '""IMIiik; now ikohiiIimi iy iiovi-y iiniH. TI10 i'iiiltul Htui'k will li ,0,lHM) mill Hit' liii'orioriitloii hihth iin now ii'inly In nl (or riHiirit, Tlio liii'oi'lioriitorM mi' IiuhIm-hn inrii nil wi'll mill fiivnnttily known In IIiIh INitt ol tin- vn I toy . IwIiik I'. Clintii Ih'ih. linrwlu ItrlHtow ami II. i:. Ankiiny. rliiiinliciH In nun ul Ijum m tiioiii MiietTNtliil unit Ciller- irlHliiK IntMliii-nH nii'ii, who, In it tew STOU; A WIII:I2L. TiichiIuv ululrt NIKht Wutelrfflnn Uubl. Miirtlu mmlc 11 haul that never lieen aide ...ni.k 11.... .. . . . In rill iuitHurei ciiiercil ir t.r i n. "J'K "J "ie Hotel Uraliam cor- 'yenrn Iihh Imllt up a xplotMllil hiinl reside s o CotuLTtt , e "V V ,,c.hl,,"M M,,Ml" l,c""1 wur" lnMU wUM "m "v Z lm A ,Mhr-S!,T,Tk- lMn ,l,e H,,cct '-"""llfl.iirKnotl.yliUlirotl.vr. 5 the I iterlor nemirtiiipiil ' lW lml ? ?M,',e "f fe,,ww ""' ' '' B- "-h.h IuI.mI will, Id.., 7.1 i , " " 'iM"eit in irnut ol the ' hit .t Viiniltiilipu. tin 11 lllllllly.l itf I hi. tiitrilifni-.. Itri.t ItHIKtHI IIIIII I 111 MII1111II..0 ..I .... t .. . r. I... ii,. 1. .. ;.. .1 . """"wore store. Several others ...... v, win iiuiiiillK UMIIII lie llMlknt ....i.ui- nc. ncverai otneis imrwln llrUtow. tlir well known till.. I....I I. ...! .1. ..I ... . .. .... . IcttincMl of tlir Plii.r .f ii,. "niiu me Kis crui'K nwo 1.0UHKM iirovn imiikrr nun nirrelmiil. XraetcM cxt,,,;"ce l'il In an appearance, and non In-, llki Mr. UinmU.r-. nmls Intro- At the exaiiiliiuilou Uof,,, (' Muliy one of the men who was ills- iluctli.u to i:uKni. mid l.min roiu.ty nei3!ie:ivi::,xnS ',; Mr -rv- "? II. .1.1 1.- ...1 ri'iiv-i 111111 111 iiiuiiKii 111111 mi. piirincr, i icrm-ri i-.ukin, will Mime liKlit on thc where- 1 W ,,r i....i,i 1.... ..-.?.- - ... . Irom the other side of thc river. tdnec. iner on Mr. Miirliu discovered, Hon. II. I tlut it was the side do"r of the hanlwnie, ami this caused him to suspicion the fellow who tried to get him over thc rivrr on a hunt. MKlit watchman Martin shortly throw nlMiuls of the six men who omved jup imi their laud bcdic I'mtrd I Stales Commissioner .Marie I.. I Ware, but not one of them knew or 'had ever heard of such men. Thc nun who keeps the livery stable at Collude Grove was t'lcre No, he 11 ... ..... 11. . . . - r .-. r. ..milts aitainst the' '.' " n,,,,,ce" "r ',C4'd nothuiK of afterward discovered the fclli , Unliert SluiHou, nor of James K. the bridKC and while talxiiiK wniwivK. likewise ol the other four Olher witnesses were ipies iHnie.1. but they, too, were tKiio runt of the familv relations or ollifriviif .if the inncli MiiH-lit-nftiT 'with ' llfsIoMU Individuals, and imi thc Kiivcrumeni iinaiiy ihiiiciuiicu thai Utiaicm.il u...b ... . . . thsKovenimciit of the Untte.1 States . .. .r... I, . I I. .. ..11 mi. u.i..-iii w""tT:r." :;.M ...iwlwt tr.ui,ed in the il j.lvi.utiiiiii.K ...... .!"..". ( the coatrir . em ulated at the time these cises we,c utiiur consider itioii. the wry came 10 the conclu sion that the names of thc ix r taaigM involved in the homestead application and piouls were puiely fietitiaus and invented for the sole parjKjse ot KainluB povHtlou of, j" 'NM IIWUC. I4UIII Alnni ivllli llir rpt Uoltert Sillltl- ' - .... .1. x.1, 1 1 there my be nn ,cr 1 "l ,"1......t I.. il.U ,,.,! -ml ow on with him the sound of more broken Klass Krtcted his cam. He oromptly arrested the man with him and lundi'iillcd him. lie then took him to the Kcsorl SjIo 11 ami put him in the charKc of the bnr keciicr. Hiuve McCumlicr was Allkriiy, n i-onaulciloilH , Ilk'iiri-In On-k'tin clrclen mill niliilnjf. . Is widely known nil over the Mnto lis .mi' odiiir repn-neiilHthu nnd mill- , Htlllltllll elltiiMia. 1'lllH lve to 1 : 11 ' me s trio ol solid fltlti'ii who sliiiiitil liuike u Kviiiilne hiii'i'i'.H ol tilt hmikliiK liimlniwii, ' 'l'.i iimiuKi'ini'iit have tlielr plum. H-r(.s.'tel for an liptodat.' n.vnlcin and Imvr placed nrden. tor a com plete iiiitlll nl liniiklinr areoillil 1 luiiiks ami stationery. 1 Mi-ssix. Chainliers mid llrlslow will 1l.1v.1tu their entire attention t. j present and with his guidance ' the inannueiiieiit and, eipilpp.'.! us knows j watchman Martin crossed the transpired in thc United street and caucht the other mil Slates K'Mi'd jury room, but thc ' with his arm through the front luc justifies the conclusion thatjdoor of thc I'acific Timber Co's similar revelations were made store trying to unlock the door, there. , He was qtiickly arrested and both Hut the cud I not yet. The it Kcnilcmcu were soon in thc cooler, formation filed aKalnst Ihe priucl- j One Kavc thc name of Dave Hunter m!s in these cases adds thc charge and thc other that of Sam Jnccoli- 01 conspiracy on their rt to uc sou. Wednesday inoruiiiK, when r....l ll. ...... M....M..l nil. I lir,..M 11 II . ........1 . . l. 11 ....I. ff. 1 ll.illi K..III..V... h,,.. .iwiv. ,i, 4 11.13 llll.-.l HI C 11141 IWt.l IX. j the grand lury lets go on the case Vcalch meat market it was dlscov 1 1 . 1. ... ... 1 one time will' ""c ... 1.... . 11..1.... u.. ...... 1 milieu 111 11111 wii ngi 11 in) in, on. ' mini,. i" , '., being, hleutilied and a.iuted - - - with people til this state, the jwy,, , . , u .,.,. if. ........ ...... r. - - --- KoscburK land district of Southern Oregon, and is mostly within the confines of forest re serves. After the grand jury has com pleted its investigation of thc charges against Miss Ware, Mo tliry lire, wlthn thnroiiKli kiuiwleilue ot the county and with yrais ot hnukltigetlH'rleiice nnd nlth nhiitid. mice ol capital to hack tliem, then) U no miHiin why they hIiouI.1 not tw an lultiieiillal factor hi our timikhiK; clri'lin. Iliigetie HckIsIit. MAY ItCMAIN IIKIIK. Ill eoiiverxiitlon with a NiiUKVt limn Mr. llrUtow iilntiintliiled tlio ahove article. llowever.Mr, llrUtow Is iiudis'ldeil a to his own mode ot indictment re cred that someone had eaincd en also of trance and tapicd the till for all the procedure. Hef.-vU very. kindly to- small change. When search was "" urine, wnerv im nas made in thc pockets of Juccobson 1 "ed and lraiiael.il IiiuIuohs for ho 5i.i was found in niekles and 1 ",ll".v veura. While he cannot nay dimes. ioltlvely,itlll he Is Inclined to think Dcputv Prosecuting Attorney . "' foiUw drove will continue to I.. T. Harris arrived Thursday Id ''ouie. In any event the new morning and Jaccobscn and Hunter I'nukhn,' coiieem will not Interfer. were e ven trial Dc ore Justice .1.1 ........ Vaughn. Uih)u completion of the testimony of witnesses thc court the I'lrst Nntlounl llmik. ol this city Klnleyaud i'uter. they will be rc-!hcld the prisoners lo appear at thei piMii to inc. next term 01 111c circuu conn 111 bond re- the sum of 3$o Imiiius, cacu, in ntime, the default of which they were sent to MARRIIiD. . .. .......I I It v. err.ll llln lIlK nlhrf Tii'i.. fur lllpl "c tame purpne of fraud and decep tion There was an effort made to tiiow tlut Stmsou really did exist, that lie was known 10 the eople in this city, and to tlut cud two wit necs appeared before the grand jury and said they bad ruet u man llllllllNH-lti:i:i-.M the residence nl the hrlde's imrents. Mr. uud thought little of the value of the , he-' H ' i Mrs. W. X. Itccd, at Itnllard, Wash., i .1.1. 11. bond rciuircd for appearance be- ail. I ikinir35. IWMlev. A. J. J.mylan ThTZnZl'.' officers re.ifofe,,,c grand jury by Commis- STOI.lt A Wllltltl,. . olllclath.K. Mr. JV111.T. IIIkkIiim, ot JcS thUWUUlc conlqucnc:. ! 'l Another fellow Wednesday mom-j " ,:- la any event, for lu the Indictment ' " " ... tB supposctl to be 11 Mrlncr of Tu, Wfl(K ,VUH u ,,0t home returned it is the assutnptlou of the j MOW! UKI1E POTATOI. Hunter nnd Jnccohson stole l)r. Iimir, there lielmc only a f..w of the grand jury that Slmpwu did not1 I., ll. Miuley, of London, dropped ( Anderson's wheel nnd started west ,1(,mt0 .,,, , ,10 fllI11y ,,n.. sign his name to the papers on l' o the NugKet olllce T day ern-, over thc Ijrnnc road. The roads NlwU1Hti,iidliic this fact It which it appears, and for that bur mid liirormed the NiiKgvt fon-e, were heavy nnd so he packed the rt.HUoi , uiii.llnc hi tho holly liond. reason the crime of forgery still at- thai when It chiiii-m to ral.liiu ola- wheel. Shortly nfterhis departure , two t H.()1,(, wl() ,1HVO ,he rH)1. taches, whether Simpson live or ; to.- Im would like to Ih- consl.lerrd Constable llerl Liiwvoii and I Jr. nlU,lu. Mit esteem ot their trlends not. 1 next and from th.t ln of the eildblt 1 Anilersou overhauled h in about j im, .uim,,,,,.,.,, their reseetlvii The documentary evidence con- delivered to 11 we n-e wllllm? to ac- hair way out and brought him back. C01lmltll.Hi stdereil by the grand jury, If it i'iulelii Ids wishes. Twelve "Karly John l'.bans proved to be Uie Mr ,KKll has Iks-ii a familiar the same that examined at the loniinc" welhlnit M pounds or name of thc fellow who stole the this city mid lu Ilohemln time of the preliminary hearing Ix.- . :i7XouiiceH each on 111.. averae. wueci dchiiikh.k iwi. '" fore United States CommUiIoncrJ. ini: eiactly the averaue ot the 15 He cume before Judge Vaughn an. A. Sladen, who bound Miss Ware delivered here by A. W. Shi.rlrldKe. pleaded Kuilty to the charge, ami and McKinley over to the uraml Mr. HhortrhlK.-'s IS iivera.'d .VJi was Kiven 40 days in jull. jury, shows the alleged forged sig- oiiuceH each. You will lime 10 irj nitures ol Robert Klmnviii. Tames It airalll hoy. Tin1 Nlij5K'l lll li VVjrwu W Unlirri C Tniimaii ' nn-wnt to the one of you tw o beat- iietweeii Hake KtewnrtV and l'raak II Heme. Si.uiiel L Car- l """V Z 'Z u, "r'.V V""" . JlSIL and William II. Watkius, in ,"tv,.w York I'rlhuuit I'lirmer. It. M. lUwi.uv LOST. I ted Kinder Dry Goods, Cloaks, Skirts. Fall Dress Goods An now In and wo are tdiowliur by '" Hie InrtceHt line of Dm. (IooiIhuvit hIiowii In '".iiiiiKe iinivc lu all tin) ni'W Htylen. We l'i"i that we ciin iIciim you lu IIithh (loods Hl-1 l .ll.lllM, New Fall Styles. tJiir Kflallt.v Ih Idulli'H Iteady to Wear HklrtM and WhIhIm. I'eoplo uiv btiyhiK ready mailii kooiIh iiiiiiu nvery year, and reallalnir this we will carry u full Htock, ull the time, nl up to date koihIh, iiiIiiIiik district where he has Home line protHTty InterestH. for yearM, ami early last spring hloutlllcd him milt with Al Kllclce In the (titration of the Klli-ilm. A IIIkkIiih feed store ot ihU cltv. which liaa alenillly do- veloH.l Into a large nnd prolltalile liimliieHN, Tho brhlu Is one of the fairest ilaiiirhlers of llallard, Wash., and Is well known throiiKhout that com munity as a leader In social affalrx. Mr. and Mrs. HlgL'Ins took the train I Immediately alter the weddlni; cere mony for this city, when, a cosy horns awaited them, Mr. lllgKln" huvhitr provloiiHly purchased and furnlMlied tho attractive little cot tngu niljaci'iit to the Cnthollc church. Tho Kuinret wishes to bo countoil anions their nuineroiiM trlends who tender to them iimny wishes for a lonuand huipy lllo. MINING An lixcellent Article on Quick silver Alining its Value in the Commercial and Scientific. BLACKUUTTG MINGS. II) W. II llpimll- Thc bulk of the quicksilver pio- duccd in the United States is handled by nu pssociatiou of thc leading mine owners of California known as thcKuackn Company, of Sim Francisco, nnd commonly spoken of ns the quicksilver trust. 1 his concern operates under an amicable agreement with thc Roths childs, whereby the world's market lor thc metal is divided, each com pany being limited to certain pre allied countries. Thus all com petition between thc two large concerns handling the quicksilver product of the world, is eliminated. Hut since the demand is greater tlitiu the supply, thc smaller inde pendent producers profit by the compact between thc two leading concerns. I heir output being eagerly sought by outside dealers, they arc generally able to get a little better than the prevailing trust prices. I'or more than hlty years Calif ornia has held practically 11 mono poly of the Auicrtuii iiioductiou of quicksilver, very little having been produced outside of that baatc. During the last few years however, under the stimulant of increasing demand and higher prices, explora tions have been extended beyond thc Ixmlcrs of the State, with the result that discoveries of Impr int ice have been made in Texas at thc south and Oregon at the north. In lyoi Texas produced 2.935 flasks of quicksilver, as compared to 3,352 llasks in 1902, but as thc persistence f these deposits is re garded with misgiviuc. thc future of thc industry in America would appear to lie with the northern ex- tctitlou ol the Caiiioruia belt I no thc neighboring State of Oregon, where the geological conditions ap pear to be especially favorable. As far back a 1888. when very little was known of the Oregon dc- Kits, the eminent geologist, Mr. Geo. I. Decker, recognized that the quicksilver belt of California, which has brought over $88,000,000 of wealth into that State, extended far north into the State of Oregon, and with the volcanic phenomena with which the ciuuibar ores of California are so closely related, as well ns the associated chemical conditions lending to the deposition of ciuuabar, had been repeated in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, which mountains Mr. Ileckcr re garded ns merely a continuation of the Sierra Nevada nnd Coast Range of California after they come to gether. In his monograph upon the quicksilver deposits of the Pacific Slope, published by thc United States Geological Survey, Mr. Uccker sayn: "The entire belt of country from thc mines of Doug las county (Oregon) to Santa liar barn county (California) is thus structurally continuous. In a broad sense the entire zone, six hundred miles in length, may be considered as a quicksilver belt." Although for many years cinna bar deposits have been known to exist in a number of localities in the western portion of the State, Oregon has been slow to' recognize their commercial possibilities and until thc past four years compara- thc slntc has been developed to tiny coniiiilcrnblc extent. Thc existence of cinnabar in Oregon first became known through the pioneer placer miners of the auriferous gravel deposits of Jack sou county. CiiiiIIiiii. Mint IVmIi 111(1 DIVIDENDS. l'rccious metal mines in August reported dividends worth $2,932 613, nnd for thc eight months cud- lug with August, $33,1.10,145. Of thc gold mines that have Increased their dividend rate, Camp llird of Ouray, which is largely held abroad, is a noteworthy example, says the New York Hnglnccrlug and Mining Journal. In March and May quarterly dividends ut the rate of 1 3 'A jer cent cr annum were paid, and in July n Ikjiius of y'A per cent was declared, making a total of 20 icr cent for the fiscal year. A quarterly dividend was paid for September 1 at the rate of 15 per cent per annum Another Colorado gold property controlled in Great liritaiu in Stratum's Inde pendence, which paid n 5 per cent dividend in August, thc first in over n year and a half. In addition to those named there have been numerous small monthly dividend payers, especially in this state and in older mining camps. Denver News. Thc introduction of cyanide on an extensive scale in Montana is increasing the output of gold- Tor September the Helena assay office received $275,655 in gold, com pared with $238,090 lu September, 1902 Denver News. Congressman Dinger Herman visited Dohcmia Mining District last week for thc first time. In conversation with n reporter he stated that he was more than pleased with the conditions that confronted him while in thc dis trict. He stated that he had read the several accounts of mining properties in Dohcmia in the columns from time to time for years, and that he, like many a man that docs not realize the merrits of his own community, had been inclined to think that thc Nugget at times was perhaps too enthusiastic in behalf of Dohcmia, in fact that he had at times suspic ioued tlut it had exaggerated. After returning Mr. Hermann stated that he was prepared to bc'ieve all that he had read and more. That the Nugget had been modest indeed in its narrative of some of the big properties. He was thc guest of thc Oregon Secit.iiies Co while in camp, and evcrv effort was made to give Mr. Hermann a thorough acquaintance with the District. 4 r.yv Shirt Waists and Wraps. j The prices o skirt rne from 1 A new line of the latest Waists ul j $2.25 to $7.75 I $1.50 up. it also carry for the first time Lm ch's u full line of Misses vSkirts. Store. WARD'S FUNNY PEOPLE. A vaudovlllo show of that name Is billed to play here Saturday, Oct. 31. Tho show Ih a clean uptodatu at traction lu which 12 performers do their best to Interest their audience. They combine funny farces, accro hallo work, songs, sketches and Kood acting with good music thus Klvlnt one ot the lx'st iivrformmiceH ever given In this city. Mr. and Mm. Ward gave a sketch that set the people, off In roars of laughter. That Is followed by ltogo wono, the lightening- change artist. Next they have Piatt, the liuiieraou ator, and here you Imve to laugh again. Then comes pretty May (leorge In her songs, She thrills you with lierHcnttmcntnl songs and con vulse you with comic hoiikm. Alvlno Curcliio will surprise you with his contortionist work, he lnlng a lm mail Htniko and wonder. Here the KrauclscoH came In and burlesques the jK'rtorinanee given by Alvlno and tho audience goes oft Into tits ot Imit-hter. The rent of tho nhou Ih iim tivcly little attention had been paid , good ns tho part already mentioned to them, and even tin to the present nuoKoi ner loruniiB ono 01 time only one cinnabar property in I vaudeville allows coast. the best over vIslttiiK tho NO 40 TALKS OF THE CAMP Congressman Bingcr Hermann Alnkcs a Tour of Bohemia Min ing District He is Pleased with the Outlook Thinks It Adapted to Economical Mining. PREDICTS PROSPERITY Congressman Dinger Hermann, who in company with Manager J. H. Pearsons, of the O. & S. 15. R'y, Superintendent of Foresters h. C. Dartrum and State Senator A. C. Marsters, of Roseburg, returned from the camp last Saturday. Mr. Hermann wis highly elated with the district, and in an interview with a Nugget reporter wos en thusiastic in the following utterance: "My visit to Dohcmia has con vinced me that there is a mineral wealth in area not equaled by any other section in the United States. I have no pecuniary interest in any mining ground there and hence am riot biised because of that. My observations ate not influenced by any interested motives. The fact is thc ore is there in apparently in exhaustible quantities. It can be mined at less figure than elsewhere as soon as the railway is completed, as that will enable the miners to convey to the mines all supplies and machinery at very reasonable cost. The location of the region is admirably adapted to economic mining. The drainage could not be better. A great cost in many mines is for drainage and pumping. Here the mines drain themselves. I witnessed the extraction of the gold from the ore and different samples were used. The result proved the nigh grade quality. It thc Dohcmia mines were in Alaska, even as far north as Cape Harrow they would be noted the world over, and thousands of capitalists and energetic miners would be thronging the entire urea. A prophet is not without honor save lu his own land. A mine, singular to say, likewise has its best reputa tion remote from it. Dohcmia is about to emerge from its exclusive ness, and I predict for it within one year a prosperity and an output of the precious metals that will aston ish the entire Pacific Coast. Every where the district teems with abundant evidence of its richness, and those who have maintained their holdings will reap a fortune for their faith and energy." OOLDFN STAR P0RPERTY. John Cluckey, who is the owner of the Golden Star property lyiug between the Oregon Securities and the North Fairview, was in the city this week, and is showing some fine specimens of free gold which he recently uncovered in the Gol den Star tunnel. The Golden Star group consists of four claims, the Golden Star, Morning btar, Aurora and Good Kuougli. The property represents considerable develop ment, there being some ten open ings in all, and in every instance an attractive showing is the result. The samples which Mr. Cluckey now has on exhibition have hardly been equaled in the district. BORN. UAUI)INO-To t:.e wile 1). U Hard Ins, Oct. 21, 11)03. n hoy. CHAPMAN To tho wife of Wm Chapman. Oct. 2S, 1903, a son. MINING NOTES. A. V- Johnson, one of Dohemla's sturdy miners, wos a pleasant cauer at the Nugget ofiiee this week Klmer Doollttlc. who has been at the Crvslal for the past three mntl ihs. was in this week. He re ports the work progressing rapidly. If, J. Hard, the well known naimger of the Vesuvius, returned from a short business trip to Port laud last Tuesday, and has gone into the mines.) MILL IN OPERATION. Tho MeKlhben llros saw mill on the .fohliHon Kilo placo, was Htarted last Thursday. Tho mill Is dohiK good work and turning out 10,000 eotpordny. ThohoyM havo n idee lot ot tlmbeu and cnlcilato to bo able to meet tho requirements of tho local trade, Clothing, Cloaks, Shoes, Hats and New Dry Goods . NOT THE CIHSAP STUFF that makes a man or woman who wear them look cheap. Hut the lattest styles. The best material and workmanship. I Suits Cloaks Dry Goods Shoes fiats Our Hoflmnn-Rothchild Suits for Men $8.00 to $25.00. Clonks from $5.00 to $25.00. Shoes $2.00 to $5.50. Hats $1.00 to $(1.50. We have just opened our fall stock of Dry Goods. Strictly the very latest in styles and patterns. Garman, Hemenway Co. Lenders in ftlcft'cIiniMlisiugr.