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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
Itspalrlm ! reasonable r-narg-fa.
All wntk f uarantted rlrit-flasi.
Watthra, Clocks and Jswslryat Lowest rrlcts
COTfAGK OKOVK, ORE.
A. H. KING
Attorney nt f,.iw,
vottaoh; anorn, oitn.
J. E. YOUNG
omre on Main stteet, West Side
COTTAGM GROVK, ORIS.
J. S. Medley. .1. C Johnson
IModley $ Johnson,
Office SultcS llonk 111 tit.
8leolal attention elvcn to Mining
mill Corporntloti Law.
L.T. Harris. A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Special ntlcntlon given to the law ol Mints.
Stock nil poultry hTf few
troubles which nre not bowel nd
liver irregularities. Illck-
Rnuight Stock nnd I'oultry Mpdt
cine i a bowel anil liver remedy
for stock. It putt the orpins of
digestion in a perfect condition.
Prominent Americ.m breeders Mid
fanuen keep their herds ami flocks
healthy by giving them an occa
sional doc of Mack-Draught Stock
ami Poultry Meilicine in their
fooil. Any stock raiser tnavbuya
'Jo-cent half-pound air-tight can
of this meilicine front his ilealer
anil keep hts stock in vigorous
health for weeks. Dealers genrr
ally keep Ulaek-Draueht Stock ami
Poultry Meilicine. If yours dees
not. semi 2ft cents for a sample
cm to the manufacturers. The
Chattanooga Meilicine Co.. Clint
Twenty years exiorlence. Fine
ntock nales a tqieelnlt.v. Wrlta for
ilates. W. T. KAYSER, ,
Cottage Grove, Orecon.
KoCHiUJt, Q.. Jan. 90. 190X
Black.Dratight Stock ami Poultrr
Medicine is the best lTrtrlrit Our
stock was looking bad when j-ou a -nt
me the medicine and now they are
getting ao line. Ther are looking W
8. P. BROCKINQTOtf.
TELEPHONE MAIL SERVICE.
A URKAT 8KN8ATION,
There wna n blr sensation in I. era
ville, Inil. when v. II. llrmvn ot Hint
nlace, who una canceled to tile, Imd Ills
life saved bv Dr. king's New Discovery
for Consumption. He writes.. "1 en
dured InsitlTernblo nucules bom Aetliiini,
but vour Now Diseovorvgitve mo Imme
diate reliel nml soon lliorenftcr effected
a complete euro " Sitntlnr cures ol
Consumption, Pncttnumiit, llronchitln
nntl Orlp nre numeroiiK. It's the peer
less remedy lor nil tlnont nml lull)!
troulilPH. l'rlco ntv
antccd be Morgan A Itreliniit Druggist
trial twines iree.
Tho prnetloo of dehorning nulmnl
thnt nre to lie put Into food ynnU linn
ciirac Inrgcly Into vogue during tho
Inst ten or llftoon ,venrn. It In gonor
ally conceded thnt. till tlilnga consltl
mnl ll.tX). Guar-1 eroil, it la tuiiolt more Immune to de-
i Horn tlinit It Ik to nllow Horned niilinnls
lo rim In the .vnrds together, nnys town
Homestead, While the prnctlee in coni
inemlnble. it Is the opinion of n mini
ber of feeders with whom we have din
cussed tho tnntler recently tlmt It linn
been cnrrleil it little too fur.
When nil unlimtU thnt nre put Into
feoil yards nre ilchoriuxl the tendency
al mt i.Sixuxio litishelK or grain for lis I ior tliein to lumen together too
niemtit i alm-v Its orgitnl.-;illn 111 July. Iiittch during try time. Ill thin way mil
. with it wild mi iMiilt.il of S.V 00. mala become too wilt-in nttil eouse-
. now crwlltiHl Hit ptvtlts of n..otit ! tiueiitly will not imtke the gnltm tlmt
-nln l-'rniera Ootrrntr.
a i tt,. Mo. The Km litem' Co
i' Shipping nsMM'lnilon, will.
urterx h.'te Mini brtinches nml
s In tiMnlioimi. K ititim nn.l
'.a. Is su Id to tnivo ItHiiilloil
2i per cent, it capital or $7n.lkK). 40
liranchea nml a crowlns tueinbcmhli'
of more than .T.00O.
RMlicnee There No. W t fllce There IS.
J. E. HOSMER,
rilYSICUN and BURGEON
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty.
Office hours from 9 to 11 a m from 3 to 6 pm.
Sunday from 12 to 2 p m.
Office In Madsen Building, Main street,
COTTAGE. GROVE, OREGON.
BARKER & PERMAN
THE EXCHANGE 7
DEALERS IS FINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
Alain itreet. Cot (he iroe. Ore.
The First National Bank
COTTAGK GROVH, ORE.
Paid ij Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan tin npprovet! security.
Exchanges sold, available nnv place
n theUnited States
T. C. WHEELER,
Come at once anil have your ltoll
ilay photos taken In time to send to
friends for Christmas. Do not wait
till the liibt moment.
W. F. SlIANAFEI.T.
Gallery on West Side, opposite.
At $1. a year
No Investor can afford to lie
Journal for Investors
Anyone of Its festures fa alone worth
the price ot subscription.
It will sate you hundreds of dollars
Its charactor has never been Impugned.
JOURNAL FOR INVESTORS CO.
Room G, Chamber of Commerce, Boston.
Address letters to P. O. Itoi 2317.
Wire Connection With thr roatnfllee
rnputnr In thr Crntrnl Stntra,
A tnetisure sURKostwl for extending
the usefulness of the rural until route:
of the various suites is that of connect-
Ing farm homes by telephone with tht
postotiices out of which rural free do
livery is operated. The idea is that u
special Ktnmp should be Issued by tin
Roverntncnt which, if attached to a let
ter by the sender, would authorize tin
postmaster at the olllce or any rural
route at whicli it is received tj open
the letter, ascertain Its couteuts iiiil
telephone thcui to the icrson to wlioiu
tho letter Is addressed. Tills wonlu
effect a savins of time In the receptloi,
1 of the message, which Is nearly tiiway
i desirable nnd otten or Rrent Important
especially on an up to date farm. whlc.
Is nowadays a business center, run c
business principles nnd reijulrlns bus
It appears that rural telephone line
have Rrown enormously In number un
extent the past three to live year
throuRhout Ohio. Indiana. Illino,,
Iowa, Michigan and the central tn
states. In some instances u telopuon
, route is nearly Identical with that o
I rural free delivery, and the iwstiuas
, ter In his office could coiuiuiiulcntc di
rectly by telephone with any patron o.'
. the mall route. In these eases only
the Issue or the appropriate stamr
1 would seem necessary to InatiRurntt
the proposed special service. Where
I connection is not direct it could often
j be had through n second line, already
The Increase of rural telephone com
panics, many or them organized and
operated by the farmers themselves
has brought the service to cotnpara
tlvely inexpensive rates. Fanners of
Illinois and Indiana are showing espe
clal concern as to the course or the
postal authorities and In some towtu-
have lately got together to cotisidet
their own Interests in the matter.
SCIATIC RIIKKMATISM CURKD.
"I have been subject to sciatic rheu
matism tor rears," suvs K. II. Waldnin.
of Wilton Junction, toa. "Mv joints
were stilt nnd irave me much . pain mid
discomfort. My joints would entck
when 1 stmichtcncd un. I used Cham
berlain's Pain mini and have been
thoroughly cured. Have not had
pain or ni-lie from the old trouble for
many monlns It is certainly n most
wonderful liniment." For sale bv New
Cull Out Inferior Stuck.
There is more proflt in keeping it few
good animals than to have the stnlU
occupied with those that give no return
for their keep. There tiro two duties
devolving upoti fanners which are sul
doni fulfilled. One is to thin off Hu
rra It from a tree, and the other Is to
cull out the Inferior animals. When the
herd is thinned out the cost of rood H
lessened and less labor is required Kv
ery year the herd or flock should be
Improved and the least profitable ani
mals disposed of, so ns to Increase pro
Auction and reduce the cost.
they otherwise would ir they could be
kept sciittcred. Their object, or course.
In hunching together Is to lessen the
ttgony caused by tiles. Another disad
vantage of close hunching Is that It
freiittently results In tramping out the
grass and destroying the mnl.
Those who have tried It llnd thnt by
leaving horns on n few of their reed
ers animals will thrive much better.
Some prerer one nnliiinl fn" every half
doen horned while others claim thnt
one In n dosen or tlfteen Is plenty to
keep them from bunching. There Is no
question but thnt there Is something
in this theory, and we offer it us it sug
gestion nt this time so that those who.
nre raising milnuils extensively for
block may 1h beuellteil thereby.
CnrlniT n Jumtilnsr Cmv,
Here Is a sure cure for the Jumping
cow. says n correspondent In Rural
New Yorker: Take n pole eight or ten
feet long, tie a rope around It nearly
In the middle, big end nt the hack, ami
have the rope fust to n linlter on the
and Union Pacific
Three Trains To Tho East Hilly.
Through Piilliunn standard mid tnur
ist sleeping ems dully tu Omaha, Chi
cago, Miokmui; tourist sleeping ears
dully to Kansas City : through Pullman
tourist sleep ng cms (personally con
ducted) weekly toChlcngo, Kunsnsl'lty :
reclining ehaircaiH (seats Irco) to tho
IH)W1 LAM) 10 CMICAtlO
No rl.NtiK ot i'iui.
8: 1ft p.m.
vial I it ti t
7 : l.'ip.in.
Suit l.nke, Denver,
I t. Worth, Omaha,
Knnwis City, St.
Louis, Chicago and
Salt bike, Denver,
M. Worth, uuuilia.
Kmisns Cltv. St
luiis, Chicago and
iston . Sikaiie,
Miuneiipolis , St.
Paul, Dnliitb, Mil
waukee, Chicago A.
11:00 a. m
S 00 ii. in
W. S. ChrismantSt Ely Bangs
Aim writ v. or hik
and Hhick Hut tc Slnju1.
COTTAC.I5 CiROVIv, OKI.
A DANDY FOR 11URNS.
Dr. Herein. Puna. Ills., writes "I
have used Mallard's Snow Liniment . al
ways recommended it to my friends, as
I am confident there is no better made.
'It is a dstidv fer bums.' Those who
w ho live on farms are especially liable
to many accidental eutf, burns, bruises,
which heal rapidly when liallard's
Snow Liniment is unnlleil. It should
always !e kept in the house for cases of
emergency." 23c, 50c $ 1.00 bottle. New
r.ra Urug Store.
OfKAN AND IIIVKIt SCIIEIiTLB
For San Francisco ICvcry live davs
ntS:0Op. in. For Astoria, way points
and North Beach Daily (except Sun
day) at S :00 p. in. ; Saturday at 10 00 p.
in. Daily servicu (water permitting) on
Willamette nnd Yun hill Rivers.
For fuller informntioti risk or write
your nearest ticket agent, or
A. L. CRAIG,
Oenersl Passenger Agent
Thctlicgoii Railroad Navagiition
I'n. Portiand. Oregon.
How IT WOltKH
rroru Mantani Taint of VlrT Al.
fnlfa a Slonry- 3lakrr.
Gallatin, Mont. Montana is tho ban
ncr sheep state of the Union, with
.0,000,000 sheep. Shippers to Chieugc
know that live stock nre bought some
times on full weight, with u certain
, per cent off tor shrinkage, or they are
lett without rood and water tov twelve
hours nnd then weighed. A test made
I by our state experiment station Is of
i value lo the seller on this point. Sheep
FIRE. j were held without food or water for
Don't neglect thnt liouw, but call twelve hours. The results showed that
nt the express olllce and have Tom 1 tho lambs shrank a little less than 2
Awlirej write you up a policy In per cent and the wethers a fraction
e ther the , Ltnti Insurance Co. or ovcr 3 pcr cent in live weight. Shrink
tho Oregon ! Ire Relief Association of I . i ,. ,,m t, . nTi
McMIniiville, Oregon. eotJI " m, wht frm Ioztjn to Chl-
I cago Is claimed to range between 7
I pcr cen un(j f) per ceD
j Ith plenty of good and cheap feed
t Montana has been feeding nnd putting
j n finish on sheep to compare with any-'
J thing that can be done in other states.
ami it uas ueen done profitably. Uero
is an example of alfalfa feeding in the
hands of o Butte sheepman:
I Tho sheep were n cross or Hamp
1 shire nnd Shropshire. They were red
exclusively on alfalfa for tho last sev-cnty-rour
days nnd In thnt time con
sumed about six pounds or alfalfa
each per day. Tho sheep when placed
on feed averaged 10S pounds and cost
3 cents per pound. They were sold at
i,i cents per pound and averaged
when weighed 137 pounds.
cost or 1.000 sheep at 13.2a to.MO 00
Cost or 883 tons hay at 15 1,815 (0
Coat of labor, salt, eto 1ST oo
Sundries and death losses 00 X
Thr niack Shrrp.
A writer on brigandage In tireece
some yean ngo stated thnt no band of
brigands was complete without Its tatni
sheep. The animal was used to lent'
the sheep which the robbers inigl '
teal nnd Vihlch without a leader would
be troublesome to drive nwny. Tlu
brigand sheep was. appropriately
enough, generally a black one. Mae!;
being preferred as being least visible I
at night It wns taken from the flock j
when young and brought up among the
brigands, to whom' It grew attached
and whom It would follow willingly.
cow. Fasten the rope to the pole, so
when the cow lifts up her head and
walks along the back end of the pole
, will drag on the ground and tho for
ward end will lift up. When she comes
to the rence, the end or the pole will
run under the rence and hold her head
down. She cannot Jump.
Ilrlrd Illoail For Culrra.
The Kansas experiment station in
reporting upon reeding dried Utood as
a preventive of scours says:
"Drh-d blood Is not only good for a
weak calf, but is an excellent remedy
for any calf subject to scours With
the seventy head or young calves un
der experiment at the Kansas station
during the past year there has not 1
been a single case or scours that dried j
I blood has failed to check.
I "In feeding dried blood it tenspoon-
6H01HU be continued until the scours
case of n weak calf the
may be gradually Increased
TIIF Ai.FN'l !!.
Cou.iiie mn flour mills.
Having purchased the warehouse formerly
owned by Messrs Ivlledj;e & Ilijigius, we wish
to announce that we will continue to carry a
large stock of all hinds of I'Vcd there, which will
be sold at lowest prices.
Ily courteous treatment, stptntc tlcnliiiK vc hope lo
receive n Inrnc share of your p.itrotinKc.
HAY AND l'Ul'l) DHMVKRI.I) l'ROM I'TI.Y.
Hnrtuiifj; V Hansen, prop.
F. (iAHih'ttu, Manager.
Spring is hcvcSo arc wc
With Spray Pumps and Spray Compound. 3
lines, Hakes and t'ulllviitorM,
Ollver'H Sttrl nml ( hilled
A full anil ctutiplete Line ol Hardware,
Mining Supplies our
I'lnll Urns ngllllH
Stnves nnd 'I'lnwatv.
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
A startling incident is narrated bv 1 dlsnniw-nr In
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows': 1 f n!n.
"I u-na in in na-l.,1 ...,.11.1,... M...1.1.. , nllOW OnCC niOJ
was almost yellow, eves mbn' in,, , t tablespoonful at a feed."
coated, ii.iin continually in back and ! To prevent the dried blood from set
siues, no appetite, growing weaker day "nB 10 me uottom or the pan, where
by day. Three physicians had given the calf will be unable to get It, it may
me up. men 1 was advised to use
Electric Hitters: to mv ereat Inv. tlm
first bottle made a decided improve
ment. I continued their use for thne
weeks, and am now a well man. I
know thev robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try
them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed at
Morgan & Brehaut's drug store.
"They're saying you're Juit like all
the other members of the house," re
marked the newly elected leclslator's
close friend. "They say you have your
"That's a lie," declared the new mem
"I thought so."
Yes. I haven't got It yet but I have
hopes." Philadelphia Catholic Stand
ard and Times.
i sud rot
be stirred in the milk while the calf Is
drinking, or the milk and blood may bo
red Immediately after being thorough
Since dried blood Is such a cheap
anu effective remedy, it will pay am
one who raises young calves by hand
to havo a little available whenever
calf shows signs of disorders In Its ill
Bbj- fleet Production.
When feeding for baby beef, the
feeder can use mixed bred calves that
hare been raised on creamery skim milk
ana whole milk. It is a saving to vac
cinate the calves early so as to prevent
Feed tho calves twice dally, morning
and evening. Feed In lots In the same
order each time and exactly at the
sanio Ume each day. The hours of
feeding should be arranged so that the
calves will do all the work of eating In
daylight Feed them what grain and
milfrhntri. thav will ant n ...ll.ln
HEALTH IS YOUTH. threo hour, nft, fW,Un mi ,i,
uiseaHeanafitcKnessuringuiilAge. I grain with the rougbago and feed
Herbine, taken every morning before i wl)ole- Keep salt in boxes under the
ueua wuere me caivcs can nave rree
access at all times. The calves con bo
sheltered with a common board shed,
closed on the north nnd open on tho
Mnter should bo supplied In tanks
regulated by Hoot valves so that tho
tanks are kept full nnd the calves can
drink nt will. If the weather Is cold,
It is best to keep a tnnk heater going
In each tank so as to keep tho water
at a temperature of about 40 degrees.
Farm and Home.
breakfast, will keep you in tobust
lealth, tit you to ward of disease. It
cures constipation, biliousness, dys
pepsia, fever, ekin. liver, and kidnev
complaints. It purifies the blood and
clears the complexion, .Mrs. D. W.
Snith.Whltnev, Texas, writes April 3,
1902: "I havo used Herbine, and find
it tho best meilicine for constililltinn
and liver tr,tibles. It does all you
Claim for it. Tenn hhrliti' nwimtrifind ff "
fiOe. a bottle. New Era Drug Store.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure Lung Troubles.
Money back If It falls. Trial Dottles free.
Total coat J7.JS2 20
Total proceeds 9,289 20
jnei gain 2,027
i-roni per sneep x 27
Many of our feeders finish by add
ing uaney to tho hay ration and think
thnt It gives very quick gains In
weight as well as firmer flesh. Wheat,
oats, mixed grains and screenings nre
other common raUons.
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR
When you buy a couch med clno for
sman children von want one n which
you can place implicit confidence. Yon
wnui 0110 ittai not only relieves hut
cures, ion want one that is umiucs.
tionably harmless. You want one that
is pleasant to take. Chamberlain's
Cough Jtemcdy meets all of theso con
ditions. There is nothing so good for
tho coughs and colds incident to child
hood. It is also a certain nreventivn
and cure for croup, and tliero is no
lunger whatever from whooning couch
when it is given. It has been used in
until v enidemics of that disease, with
iierfect success. For sale by New Era
Having a Hard Time.
"Here I've been running for years,"
said tho ball clock, "nnd I hoven't
moved an Inch. I wouldn't mind that
60 much, but every evening about 8:30
the young lady of tho family turns me
back because she says I'm too fast,
and then in tho morning the old man
comes along and grumbles because I'm
The Inner Chetwode island, New Zen
land, of about COO acres In extent, and
a nearby island of about 200 acres
bavo been set aside as a reserve for
the breeding of Angora goats.
GUARDIANS' SALE OF REAL PROPEBU.
Notice Is hereby slteii that by virtue of an or
der lisued out of the County Court of theHtate
of Oreirou for Lane County, which uld order Is
dated Ibemh day of March, 1W4, 1 will, on or
after Saturday the 23rd day of April. I'JOI.nell
ai private sale ior cami 111 iiauu, an too un
divided one forty second Interest of Homer 1J.
Kedford and btella I. Itedfurd mlnorr, Inthe
followliiKdescrlbcd real etatu, towlt: Jtesln--ultifiatailnt
30 feet east of tboB. li. corner of
Lurch hrutliers ware houhelot.runiilnK thence
eabt along the boulh line of the John Cochran
Puliation Laud Claim, a dhtauteof 21 rods,
thence north 8 rods, thente west 19 rods, thence
soutu lotne- oiaie 01 beginning, except a ngni
of wry heretofore deeded to the O, ii H. K. It. It.
all InTp 20 H. It. 3 W.ln Lane County. Oregon.
Hated this 22nd day of March, Itwl,
Harriet K. Itedford, Ouaadlan of Homer I),
itedford and Btella I, Itedford, minors, 9-1 1
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEI.
There's nothing like doing n thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever
heard of, Kucklen's Arnica Salve is tho
best. It sweeps uway and cures Burns,
Sores, limine, Cuts, Bolls, Ulcers, Skin
Eruptions and I'ilos. It's only 25c,
and guaranteed to give satisfaction by
Morgan A Brehnut, Druggist.
SjioKane, St. Vaul,
Ciicayo, tit f.oufH
AND AM. POINTS ItAST AND SOUTH
Oterlarid Trains Daily Tht Fiyir
And ThB Fast Mail
Up to date Equipment
DayligM Trip across (he Cascade and
For TIcketH. RntcH, Foldem ant
Full Information, Call on or atltlreHH,
. II. DICKSON. C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore
The Bohemia Nugget
Published Every Friday
8. G. YERKES.,
312 First Avenoe,
I. W. I'. A.
0. (S S. li R R
Time Table Ko, 2
To Take Effect on Apr. 2oil, 1901.
3 anil 4 Hat only.
1 and 2 Dally Ki-
No 3 Ko 1 cept Sunday. No 2-No 4
P.M.-A.M. Mis 1 STATIONS. P.M.-A.m
2:l 7:30 0 .Cottage Grove ll:lni 5.15
2-M Tfd 3.2. U allien. 10:l'j 6.1,1
2..V. 7:V. ft Ciirrlu. Ill: III iM
2:59 7-M U ... Ccrro llorilo I0:3S l:M
.1:01 8:01 7.7 . Hater 10. Ml 4:47
.1:11 8:11 8.1. .. Unrena 0:ai 4:11
3:17 8:17 0 5. llixl Hock 111:2914:90
3::m 8:211 tor, () avel 1'lt I0:2i 4:85
8.85 HM II 3 .Stewart 1(1:01 4-JIJ
3:38 8:10 12 Mar 0:18 4:111
.1:11 S -n lit Itorky l'olut . 9:45 1:12
3:i'. 'J Ul m Wlhlwooil . 0:30 I I (X)
$1.S0 A YUAR
Hill Heads, luivclnpes,
All Kinds ol Job Work
THE BOHEMIA NUGGET PUBLISHING COMPANY,
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
The Mining and
Hubject to clmriKe without notice.
All outwnnl frclicht oruanlel onlvlat tho
Joint rlilc of tsr nndeoniilKnee.
r reign 1 win not uo received at me u. &b
II. It. II. DeirOt after r:00 i. m. To Iniura
joruanilnff on neit train freight muit imj
iienvcrfu 111 aiuino iiuio iu vcimu 01 hi
A. li. wuuij, Actinj; uen Mgr.
An old coiiHervatlvo .Iiiiiriiul.
matter In Uh rending coIiiiiiiih.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Never printed a line (,f mi,
No 1 K aero and 0 room limine, In
Joiien addition, Seo Medley & Mllno
Three miles east of
Cottatre Grove on the
old Jackson Kile place
of Rough Lumber, at
If you 1110 In need of tiny
tlilnp; In our lino call at mill or
atltlreHH uh at Cottage Grove.
WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
Notice Im hereby kIvcii to all wlioin
it mar concern that tlm iinderHtirneil.
lutH by order of tho Ilonoralilo
County Court of tno Mtato of Oregon,
for tlio County of I.nno been tltily ap.
polutetl admliilHtrator of lliu eHtato
of Oeorno Frctlurlck flale, ileccaNetl,
and tlmt all iiui'hoiih liavlnir clalniH
itKaliiHt Haiti eHtatoarcieiiiilreil toprc
Hent the wiiuo duly vertlfleil with tlie
liroiiervoiicliei'H to tliu nmlui-Hlirneil.
at I1I11 rcHldciicu In hiiIiI County, which
Ih at Co ttnuuUrovo within hIx iiidiHIih
from tno tlalo ol tltlH notice.
Dated, February nth 11)01.
V. I''. HllANAFHIr,
I. 0. Joiinho.n,
Attorner for AtlmlnlHtrator.
AIwii.vh iirnleclH liiveHlnrH lii nilnliiK conipniileH without
Karil to wealth, Influence nr natlnnallty. Am a reward of con
HlHteut lioneHty of reportH It Iihh attalnetl
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AHT OTHER MINING JOURHA IN AMERICA.
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