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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1905)
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Devoid to the Mining, Lumbering and I'arming Interests of this Community.
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER G, icju5.
And (lateral Mining News
Gathered Prom I'xiliniigxs.
Ceo. Mi Omen wmt to PmiIh tnia
Tuemlay to do assessment woik i
t lie While ptopeity.
Mr. 1'. J. II.iiil ami hum, ('haths
were in town over Sunday ;t t I l:i
returned to th mines.
(eoigc MrniU'cinnviH i in vaiioii .
propel lies in Holn-uiiu is doing the
District this week. hi prim-iji i faninus S alumn
Slopping place will It at Hi llllou I eti el. in, I Si .
just below the Vesuvius. I'u l llm;-. m
V. JI. Shane PionhnW -i
15 ilicima Mine Owner- Assn.
I'jiink Mclnlvic a dim b-r of
association, wcie to th' ! .or
week, innl have now hI'muc I
HICII MKIKK IS KKPOKIKD
ON I WKLVK-MILK CKKKK
I! It 'I I i r si i il.ii in repor
ted on Twelve- Mile reel; in
the wchlein pint of Douglas
county nud an hi;di ti'i J" to llie pun
him In en (Milieu. This, llew plueer
find it s'li I (n not (inl comprise the
l in k In'. I, Inii ns 1 1 h baidis ami
even llie high glouiel hnrdei in;;
ihelenli, ll in the Ihcuiy lli'it
plaei ' i: I I i supplied fluin the
1 1 1 -1 1 t . ledges fullll I lowlier 1 1 1 1 on
I lie i ei I, , W liet e i.nlue el I il ll
I I.I 1 1 , leile-CS ol pn-kits ;iv M'H'II
liu loeate.l. Twelve Mile cleeliisii
liiluilaiy of the 1'i'per M t . 1 . 1 1 l'mk I
o llie Oo'piille liver niel ! i any ol 1
neei'Hs fioni ('aniiH 1 1 v '.he'
helll be IrlHe of i.ii; plli's illi'l post
olliee. This new b'tl'l lie-, in tin-;
lir i i n
I.eP III the
llohemia and ale hard
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I itl''ll-v iit'.t - :u ll
the rase, t hi meh olleii
illlii, ult v Ml sitiii nig
ChailcH III uiieuu one n l',.,ln-iin is
oldest pi ospei'liils llllil all HI'.', llie
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He will le Ml Hll seveml wteks in lh
disti ii I.
Tile i",in lip Ills li'eii el.i'i.i
elowti loi a ui k piso,Mii to O'e
fulling in nlthr III" lillek llinlef III-
boiler. New luiek ami exp-i irm'i !
Wot I.III-II .lie r ii'llv leptilin, i'i
tlain i-e an. I tin. m ( w I I soon
tloiiij; e. enlioii nil.
Tilt? I'.olfiiiia Siiie tiii-,' Hoi
wuy Company h is ln n ineoi p. i a
te l ut I'oit'.uul 1y A. D. l.t.'U.y. II
Daniel, J. W. Slieiinan, W'ylieC.
WiHKlruH' ami ). 15. Keefei . The
i-Hpital stock is $ i oo.oo- mnl the the nee h-il . ipitil fm tipviiiu
ijhjects ale to o-rate mines aii'l a ;ipiip in;; a n w mine i i a siliiati.ni
Miii ltrr ami lo Imihl elei tiii' lim s ' u ln i e I ;i r, unli! n m . ,m- lavoiahh
in th" Itohemia tlistrict. Jllian wh.-ie they in- ilitli -iiU . There
aie, how. avi. a snlii. it nt nuinhei"
Siit- I'-thl Jeiiks ol' tho 'esuvius, I exci plimi-i to he inlei . siin-. In
came to the drove Monday ami will ! ( 'oloi a,li n,i situ ttioii si ems impossj
take a vacation after more than j hk- lo the num i an I cap't ilist. II
seven months coiitinnous woik at! the vein only shows up sulhcient
the ptopeity. lie will sp nd a pur- ! value to make it attractive, the
tion of the tiino visiting the I'oit ' necessary inoncv is usually prompl
land 1'Aposition. Mr. .lenks sa s ' ly lotlhcniiiin;;. No altitude sec in s
that all wttk connectctl with the ' loo ureal No iliilicullies ol ' Hans
'cHiivius pioperty is well in hand. portatioit aup u i iil 1', aie iiisin-
in addition to the pm t of the cu-w unt ihl- I f i nilway facilities are
that art' driving lim slopes and tak- j wanting railmads aie built. II cx
inf,' out ore I'm- th" mill lioin the peiises v in he i educed hy conccn
woikin's, the Wild Hoy tun.iel tiation, i om eiilialin mills are
is beinc pushed nhciid in u (.:ood hauled into the most iii.-ed and
body uf oie. mid development wot k l highest inountaiii hisius ad jacent lo
on other parts of the ehiims is eon the mines, nml an aerial tiatnway
Htantly oinn on. He also Htalcs j form the coiineclini; link. Nature
that the outside work, piepatinn j lti mles inanv nh-tach s to siucess,
mining tiinlters, cutting a supply of j I'd Hie inc unit v and enieipnsc tl
wcM)d for winter work and much ol ', Ihe minei s sin niouut these as lard,
the teaming i done. jas they pit st nt ihetnselves.
Oregon Securities Company's
SOMlv samples of ore were
brought, tjiit last week by the
Oiej'.on Securities Company
Iroui tlo ir iect-ii workings that are
attiat line; much attention here in
the city. They will be sent tithe
Poilland l',x position and will add
much to tint exhibit now there from
Bole -mill. The company is doing
development work on its properties,
and this impoilaiit stiiko is only a
Inn- i linnet to what is in waiting
.)i thou- companies or individuals
that will pursue the promising leads
iiidieittnl by sui face crippingH in Bo
hemia as thi-t company is doing.
Then- aie no disappointments in Jio-h'-iiii.
i.iii every ease of exteiiHive
unik th-on has increased in value
and ipiaiitity. Th Oregon Seeu
iitu s Co npany certainly possesses
simi.i1 valuahle properties, with
i ii 1 1 i li expensive machinery and im
pi o -emt nts, many thousind leet of
tunnel wink completed, and it would
M-in tint with the shrewd br.sinevH
tact --I .M.mnger A. 15. Wood and
the cX'K iicnct d eve of Superintend
ent. Aieiier this coiiipiny whs on the
i e uf gieiit proininence among the
pi odii' ing nun' s of the North West-
An i niiiprcss'irs may be fitted
with aut"iniitic tlevices which regu
lat - the piesstire within fixed limits,
as. lor instance, v9 to pounds.
When Ihe presHure falls to 90
pounds the machine utarts up auto
matically. When the pressure lias
been raised to mo poumls the ma
chine automatically cuts off and
the compiessor stops, only to start
up again when the pressure is down
to 00 pounds.
S-j far as known to "Conceu
tiates," the largest mass of native
co, -per ever found was taken from
the I'hoenix mine, in Keweenaw
county, Mich., ami weighed 500
Inns Its extraction is said to have
necessitated the calling of a $.'5o,ooo
assessment. This large ihohs was
cut in place with long handled
chisels, to Mi'os that could be hoisted
by men who make a specialty of
WPid toward small ravine, where
the mine had been opened. This
flume was carried out until it had
reached a point 40 leet alovetho
ground. Here the water pouted
into a barrel, at the bottom of whi h
was attached a hose or pipe o! raw-
hide. The no..le was a tin
about 1 feet lone an
an ordinary horn, hav
. . .. . 1 . 1
trig t inch in tltameter ai me eno.
With this small and simple nppara Muiv ,f tj,; hast.;
ttis Jv. K. Mnttisoti, the inventor, ijulllIi;,. Illc ,;jvili; ,,,, 1
oon proved the superiority of Ihh j (l jt ..;,..,', at tjln. ,,,
t :... tl.,. Ii...
uevtce over Hiiovniiu, ami ue- hum t,, AxwU-Min the nn nn
was at once adopted and qtrrkly
itnprovetl and enlargetl upon.
COUNTY IS RICH
dlinoed hie! 'Astern Authorities Praise In-1 wi';lt k""w" Ik; ,norl!!1or Cal
dsliapc.l like; ia,ooi.i stilo ol (iold Hill. Tiii:
vmg an op;n cntlOll 01 V . I. Deilllls. j, ,.. Wa, lak11 uM a bon(1 0
Id 'i: River, Or., Aug- 31. It
is h-lieveil a great future is
in store for the Great North -in
mine, located jn the Hlue Rier
mining disttict. in Lnne Countv. on
lo at tii'le-t on t lie in
his llo'istiii-j I'm li e'
-ilver oiet Th- M 1
A new j u i k : , : I . t i'l'i.--.
just buetl brought out lh :t
1 V'odo less than two years ago by
1. Mining! the present owners. (Jvrr f2(K
aiteiition j feet of development work has l)een
nt t:im iiiniie. whi'h has opetied up ore
'it tie- I 'en- 1 bo lies over
Den - j
The first shipment from Ihe lu
cent strike in the old abandoned
., . - . - -. ... 1 . ..
iHunoii ,'roup 01 claims m oumin.-i iMents mi unpri
was brought out in $2 sucks, which I mctalhirgy ' r tl.i
was packed by horse train over the Ji jM j,,,,', Sl, , t
mountain to the wagon road. The ; ,,, ,,, ; :. I
ore is very rich, every piece taken
out of the Hacks in liberally
frprinkled with free gold. Until
the wagon rtud to the propeity can
le coinili-ted, very little work can
K ' l I'M let
i at in
The Scorpion Claim m Moiita
Rico It'ulge is one of the promising
piopnrlies of Holieniia. D. is owned
by Ale Lundberg and others, they
are making good head.vay in de
velopment and are rewarded by
having opened up a good body ' l
oxidized ore. This is a coming
I j-.r il., ..it-f ft ,. f im i.i it... P..tx.t..i i
UI..wl.u.j.l..,.M '- j J( ().yh ,-,.,,,,. ,-lV
i.!..:... . . 1.. .. :t... .......1 - 1
iJlMIiii, as oniy nv" nines n n-ao
is neeceBHary to connect them with
tliA Tin r.lsernl .1 ,lf. tn(re.n trenl A
T ""O , " ii.nlll 111 He w
survey uas ueen in-me am, iw toW .. ,t
owumg chums 111 that vicinity have 1 .,. i. i- , 1.
...1 IM. -!!.. 1. (I... 1
suuseuoeu MOCiail.) lUWJIUS ; f j.nj0'lS Nf w A
construction ot me road. 1 tie .
; at tie- I'I el
. mini s, in I , in.
; i'iob.,1.;-. .b
the li-ld. tLt- iw.v !" ahte -'
ijnieksilvf r ores ui- nnn- !
.'"iiijiarative hi;npli(.ily ..f
Id'ii-tion procoss, litt'e "i m
1 tion had bejn given to 1 le
' by S'-ienlihc men, piie i !
1 eent woik done hy Mr. I 1
The furnace is th - . .
.Mi. 13. Dennis. . m, 1,,:
Amori-iin fnnlilutv "f Mi'.n;
1 -iiieers, ui-1 the g-i.eta'. man
j t he 5iaek 1 l itti; initi-I
ecu live to Mr. D-imi
bo lies over . V-et wide, which will
'ieiae io 111 gold to the toil.
Ill- l"d.;e matter, which is free
milling, is principally red porphyry,
1 1 ello.v and black ochre, and in
ni 1 nv case ; o decomposed that one
' in lake the me off by the haudfuls
an-1 when panned it will show up
1 I'-a-itiful streak of yellow metal.
I he aerial tram recently installed
jii th- Great Northern mine, is a
1 - - ' . Within the past few months
-- 1.; , liiei v have I e-n erected a new mill,
w h i. 1, j I iiink in iiise and sheds, with an
i tin ; nth ei I'unkh-itise utitler course of
i- 11 :-; .list) 11. tion. Mr. C. I,. Ininau,
. manager, has completed a two
; v t'si'lriiie near the ni'll, where
and lamiiy now reside.
Twenty men are constantl' em
, d it the Great Northern mine,
e r i- have comfortable quar-
..e !. i;
IIOHe pro ill-tt
1 - 1 1 1 1 I 111 t !e
in 1:1 1
1:1 it ic
iiia n il
ItWII .1;Hk t : t . VI 1 -
II. Shane group. I-rank Mclntyre's j 8tatl3 .;,, r . f
property. Twin Rock Company and . ,,ullelilJ Xo -.7
the Mineral Springs (.roup ot claims , Kesoun.e , uf VA ,-,,njll
belouging to me ureal ivastern j ln , .,;. tnt
Mining Company, besides several j nire(i f)ll. ro.lvl!1 . Ul
properties South and West of 1-oh- Calif(,niia ,ini,1Ces v.ui
emta Mountain wi l be benet.teil I'.v ; twellty loar to iiftv two le..u
ineroau. iniu ueips ouage oioveUlo ,,,a ,ulll 1(l t,,e ,-;u.k
illloi 1.1 I
TNKASl Ki; .MINK.
Treanno mine, under the
uieiit ol Mi. Parks, and
iiich a great deal of syste
I'velopnient work ha.i leen
;k, will, it is believed, in the
1. ') Uif.irc, be one of the large pro
lie i s uf Oregon. A jerfect sewer
system is also connected with this
propi rty. When we take into con-sid-rati"ii
the immense pieces of
ni c-hineiy being in stalled at the
Tieas'iro uime, the hauling of which
mpiires an eight horse team to each
loa l. ot which there were several
with an average weight of 6200
pounds, and nlso that it requires at
The liist hydraulic mining of
which there is an authentic record
was at Yankee Jims, a placer camp
in l'l.icer county, Cal., about 3
miles west of Forest Hill. A diteh
was dug along the hillside aud
from this a flume was, built out-
helped by the success of any Ccui
pany, person, or section of the
1 ... , i-asi iinee nays iu 111UK.0 111a laip, a
i;ne and Douglas Counties, an ; ,' 0" n. ....... f,.,,,, f ; distance of seven miles, one can
everyone interested iu Bohemia u j cuiif,',,',,, ,,. ail. .ep.ese.itiiig u I
outlay of tb'.OtlO. the m imtgemeiit i
states that thu bc;.it record w.i-'
tuirty-slK tons put through the fur
nace in twenty-lour hours, and this:
was accomplished only by cio-v ling
the lircs to their utmost eapacil .
Ill the uuvv Dennis uirn c-e, a per
fect 10 1st of th- ore and complete
volatili itiou ot ad values is m-
Big Maud Mine.
Colonel Blair has returned from
Bohemia where he was looking after
work on his Big Maud Claim. The
Colnel is showing some fine looking
sulphide ore. he also broueht some 1 arod m the renin kaMy slim t tune
samnles of nxidied nrn from the of four hours. The cubical volume
nnncr ii'ftiL-iiif Tin. Hi or T.in,l of the ore zone of. a l' hui
situated in the Eastern part of the!,f"Hiur funia.-e, ii.teiior dnnen
District nn the nnnosit. si,1 ," the I sions, is 'J.'.HI I feet. A Dennis fill
mountain, Hast of Horseheaven ! 1Jll0t witl' !U1 "lo lower
Creek. J' I. Jones owns the ! 'nterioi euhie volume of :
Winchester Group ioininir the Bin ouhi ive a capacity 1 1
Maud extending to the foot of the I per da . , or a ratio uf six t
birely conceive an idea of what the
future of the Treasure mine means
to the lilue River district.
There are hundreds of thousands
of dollars worth of ore ready, for
the mill, in fact, a suflicient amount
uf ore out to keep the mill running
I n- some time to come.
The Union mine, located at the
head of Simmons Creek, has a five
stamp mill, and much good develop
ment work done, which shows up
S .,,'tt. i large ore liolies rich with the prec
mountain and across the next creek
to the Kast
Get In Line
)rder Your Suit 1 1 CKir spring rvd summer goods I
From $12 to $40 Made to Your Measure
Do not wait until
the day you want it
..... , t, T,,jL,.ia..j-..a...4.,44.x4
!,(: I feet,
om pined with the old types ot fur-
Iu view of the rate at which gold is
being absorbed in dentistry at the
pieseiit day the "prehistoric burying
-round" of the distant future is
likely to prove a rather profitable
-a ild mine.
i We Will Clean Up I
at actual wholesale price
Remnants and Odds and Buds in
Dry Goods, Mens and Boys
Hats, Mens and Boys
Clothing, Ladies Fur
nishings, Men,s Finish
ing Goods, Etc., Etc.
FOR BARGAINS COME AND SEE
LEADERS IN GENERAL MERCH AN TDISING