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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1905)
Devoted to the Mining, Numbering mid limning Inf r sts of this Community.
COTTAGE 6ROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1905.
And (icncral Mining News
(lathered From I-xtlianos.
returned to liohcmin
S. K. I i jr ha gone to ihc Fair.
lco. V, Lloyd wont to Itohemiu
Hon ( n rry wan n piissmger tu !!
1'. J. lliinl made a piick trip to
the lrove from Hohimiu 1 ml wc-i k.
1". J. Hard wont uj t J l i- i i.t
oil Moildiiy nl tor H fnw c.ih May i
Herbert I.cigh tock Homo it 1 1 ich
1 1 j to .set the North l''nirvi(! v j r -e
1 ty last week .
Al 1. Chore lull hit ictumrd i
ramp after several vm-i cut at
the 1'iur and iu tint (Jrnve.
Things must be doing in the Ho -i
hernia District from the number of !
men that "re g"i'g "1" 'he diMriet.
The Vesuvius tram 1 in lie iter
shajm than ever b.foic and is ready
for i long " id continuous ii:n, and
the mill is tunning right along
Hurry Wynne Iiuh returned Iti.in
the YfHuwtiM whore ho went to
nplire th cubic on the tamwiy.
Ho reports mill and h!1 running
County Surveyor Collier rumn up
from F.ugeiie Monday on his way to
Bohemia iiiil his iiNHistniit, Ceo.
Waggoner, stopped horo hIn.j to at
tend to Homo business.
The graders have finished thoir
contract 011 the surface tram being
constructed by tho Oregon Securi
tios Company from the Musick to
the Champion tunnel.
Mr. llowers went up to the l'.o
hernia district Monday to take
charge of the Noonday proerty in
jlace of Neil Retail, who has had
to leave tho camp on account of
Sum II. ISurghnrdt and brolhor
of S.ilom, were visitor at tamp lst
week. Mr. H. II. J'urgluirdt was
formerly of iJico, Colorado, and in
interested in mining there.
C. I,. JohtM'n. Herotary of the
Col. leu K11I' Mining and Milling
company and C. K. I'aivin, re
turned from r.uliomi.t on Kuturday
find wont on to Silem. They re
port that thin;; urn looking good in
(1. Kverett Maker is very much
impicNscd willi Mohcmia. He is
giving tlm camp a very thorough
examination, and will he prepared I
to j;ive fi gond Htateineiit of what ,
his smelti'i can do shortly.
Th" work of t r I'-klayiuy lor the
new traiiiwiiv fiom tin- Musick mine
to ecru eel with the Oregon .Seeuri-li-M
fnill es ineliily foiwiud. The
I" urn id loo'ient IiIhsIh uiakeN the
lulU in. 1. 1 1 I unli thunderous earu
r 1 11 11 1 1 r y
I . . I I 1 1 1 1 III till) Molll'lulli illH-
triet is the ncipient of a r.illmr pro
lenlioiiM looking parehment hoariiig
the ni 'iia' 'i 1 r- of ( ioM 1 nor Chamber
lam nil I tin - t ill of the state ap
pointing hiu) delegate from Oregon
to the N'liiohi! Mining Congress;
that iii -(s ii I'iimi) in Novo ruber j
Them .1 large mtrgiii in favor i
of it mine (hut can lie woikrd bv fi
tunnel on the ledge nt a dopth of j
Joilllfnt, utiio eiise withlhcj
Ihvei'side, Mwliemia fliHtriei, and one
that must In- woiked through a
L'ikm) oo Hh.iti. . 11. 1 with Hii.di ore ,
as en he seen at the mouth of that I
tunnel and mh-Ii a ledge as ran be;
seen in-ade the works, the success
of the district should In- regarded as'
iissuied . '
AM not a mining expert but
thirteen yearn residence in
Nevada in its prilmiest. I ny h arid
find t lemt an annual visit to each
; county in tho state for eight years,
S. II. Mcmingcr Formerly of . rniikes me something better than "u
C -RVATIONS OF A VISI
. TOR TO BOHEMIA.
Portland has been Trans
ferret! (0 Cottage- (irove
lie will Mold Services
Mere Sunday, Oct. 8.
Tho Kugcnc dintrict
inents fire as follows.
1'residiiig J-lder, M. C. Wire.
Ashland, Iv. inimerman.
Mrownsville, A. J. Hollingsworth.
Catiyonville, C. M. JJryan.
Central l'oint. (J. L. Ihrrbank.
Wendlint' and Cobure, V
Coijuille and linnd'iiii, W. K.
Collage Uruvc, S. JC. Mennngti.
Collage (irove c ircuit, to be sup
plied. Creswell, J. Jj. Stratf.rl.
Drain, l. 15. Lockhurt.
I'lkton, W. V.. 1'epper.
luigene, l4. . Rockwell,
(ardinor, W. S. fiordon.
Orauts I'ass, C. O. Deckmun.
Ilalsey and Harrisburg, J. II
Jacksonville, AriJ. Ainistrong
Junction City. II. J. Harbit.
MarshfieUi. J. I.. Meatty.
Mclioid. C. I;. Mcrherson
Monroe, K. C. Allore.
Myttle l'oint, W. I!. Kogers.
North Mend, Amos I'. Movd.
Koseburg, W. C. Renter.
Shedds, D. L. TieldH.
Springfield, W. M. blrskine.
Ten Mile, -I. M. Sweeney.
Tiber circuit, to be suj'phed.
U llbur, H. A. Uristou.
tenderfoot" in a mining region. To ',
one familiar only With tin: ch'sraeter-'
istics from tho (,'omstoek to I'loehe
and from I'eaonie to Modie, the
eonditiouH oiitaieitig jii I!ohemia are.
a revelation. A district wheie the i
ledgeH are "unieiouH, wide and ruin-
era! bearing in pacing 'piuutitien;
where veins me, as a rule, .loiitinn
hum, where the working may bo by
tuniielH rather than by kIih ft ; where!
drainage involves no expense- where
tin re is a pne and ample water
jMU'l'b breaking out of the hills;
'J ivheti. 1 1.1. 1 dn t ion iu ri.i I liv
(i. livcrett Haker Aleans Husi
ness, and is Thoroughly In
vestigating the District.
. anyone ijuestiorin the need of a
elter in Iiohcmia let him visit the
e dump of the Oregon-Colorado.
e t wilt require a far journey to find
a larger pile of better looking ore
than is there waiting reduction. And
as for the kdge, enough work haB
been done to demonstrate it to be
, of the fortune paying variety.
ere veniiiaiion ih he'ureil !iv up
raises and uim'IIIj he foreeil ill by
hvdr'iulie pushnie, whi le there is
c. niel icjil I 1 1 1 - 1 1 a ti -tible supply of
the hcht of wood fur timber ing atnl
bnildirie i.i'iiomn; where ore from
'the hreuf-t to the tailiiij's dump is
convesed li'. o 1 ;, v i t v ; whete the
health ci indit io!,h of openitoiK is
! perfect mid the pel d of accident re
Jdueed to a in 1 1 i n 1 1 : tu . Such n mill
ling rcg'on upro.imutelv tho ideal.
i Such is r.oheiniii Its iidvantnueb
and iln promise are not appreciated
bv the masses in Oiceon if it wero
located in Nevada or Colorado or
.California, its lime would reach all
j commercial ccntcrM, and capital
! would be eager for its development.
On a recrnt visit I found onlv ori'
mill ruiiiiitig win re there ought to
be twenty I found iisset-smerit work
to be the 1 ule .oid development the
I execp'ion. If the dintriet wi iea
paitiid fHiluiti t here could hardly
j be les-i activity appau-tit except on
the part of two eompaiiies. The
ININO men are confident
that a Him-ltcr will soon be
installed in he district.
Several smelter n,en are interenied,
and think the time is come for a
I smelter, that the conditions warrant
the erection of a fair-si.ed plant.
Just how soon, or who -vi!l in-,t;i'l
j mich a t)larit )-.. ques'ion Mr.
i Maker belies : he hs the plant
Nest ailaptiii to til
din 1 jet, and ih mak
.examination Willi that'.nd in view
iicL.,s ol the
ng a thorough
W. W. Cotheart haa gone to Bo
hemia to do asHesHment work on the
Ophir claim- Mr. Cathcart has been
one of tho numerous owners of this
property for mauj years. They
had given a bond on the property
but the money failed to materialize
arid the onginal owners will do the
assessment work this year as usual.
This is i a pretty good property
and is no doubt a valuable piece of
ground, lint as usual this year's
work will contribute practically
nothing, bevond the requirements
of tho law. towards the develooment
Notice to County Coiiiiuissiuncrs. ',r.i i V r, .
' of the JJohf mil District.
Sharp's, Creek road to Jlohemin is
1 in good condition except in a few
j places that seem to have misse l the
'eyes n l ears of the County Com
missioners. The bridge above
llawley's is in need of repairs. The
Strike in Gold Bug.
Sumi'ter, Ore. A rich strike is
reported today in the Gold Bug
group, in the Red hoy district.
! the ore taken out surpasses any
1 thing discovered in that district for
Damewood grade could be repaired ! ,llle driving the crosscut for the
at small expense and the countv ! """ ll' 'Se. the shift at work Sat
iived heaw dmno.s bv attent ion ' nnliV "countered a blind lead and
iio.v. Seven heavir teams and dai'y
stiii'e. earrcniL' mnil ere i-ontinui'lv
on the road Fords thai high .it. r some time past. Mauager Van Fleet,
will soon make impassible cou'd be j irI company withjGeorge A. New
cxmIv cut out at small expense. ; Adjutant General for the past
I his'seventeen i.i Im ofcout.tv roiidlsix vears of Iowa, had just reached
I it . . ' . ..1 . .1
does not seem to be m much favor i Ult 1111116 i"e aiscovery was
with the commissioners.
The ram is commeiicing and as
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rtiF.MI .1.-1 lie. -livniiis ovlii li IdlSCI...
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i.iwi, iiiiii-. i o i in i ijh;i ,t i ion .
The Oreiriiu S'ctnities Co. exrect!
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1" i r Wi'viilll 111 I I 1 .ll .
.... , ., ' uistrict ano k. i. tnmiap
soon n. .vv l!i. work on the new ... ., , . . 1
! surface t tin. way between the Mu-r" .Tu , , ., , . j lugs. . I here ought today, to be a
sick and the upraise from the, 1 f 1W" ,a , "u" j large peculation Lulled in that wor-
Champiun tunnel is .rearing com- I KCea 1,as?ur .Vf , 1 " Umrch of I dcrful district. A smelter is a de-
t.lelion. and ore will be taken from ! r-uK '"r UW . V1 lW.. I sideratum. More mills is
'e hope that iu addition to no
tice from supervisors and others,
the commissioner will place this ou
file, but would prefer j have them
look more carefully lifter the Ji'i
seem to be waiting for tho Vesuvius bility that might come on the county
Secu- at anv time, also the welfare of
mi mv tuit-Kiie.l iv ;i iiirit.irit v of
WidcrsTillc and Althouse, George t .vrj (.rs H( (.rps . " f.,,luls t,1-v
Holli'1,iiu';,;ll. was, na,mtd: Mining Cou.pi.uv, the Oregon Se
residing elder of West Portland , i(is ruIn,,.)V ."nd the Ci vstul Cc
let and K. 1,. Dunlan of i " i,.. r . i...
pnny create a market for their hold-
at this end of the
ick to the mill for treat -
Manv Mining Men 0. & S. n. Carries
bnroulc to Bohemia.
Kdd Jenks, George Atkiu, G.
W. I.lovd, Hen Curry, Mrs. Dame
wood, Thos. Hunt and wife, V. J.
Hal il. John Nokcs, J. W. Flasher,
W. V. Cathc.iit, C. M. Collier.
appointed presiding elder of the
Kast Portland district, at the con
ference at Albany last night. Rev.
L. Iv. Rockwell, formerly presiding
elder of that district, has been ap
pointed to the pastorate of the Eu
Krnest l'urvauce and family re
turned from the Fair on Friday's
need. The rai'road should be
pushed farther toward the mines.
Half the enti prise shown in build-
ling mushroom towns iu Nevada
j would moke Cottage (irove a pros
perous mining centor of 10,(00 pop
' ulation. Thus believe me.
I Very trulv vours
A. N. VisilKl:.
1 Cottage (Wove, Ore Sept. ll, '(".
Rain Bont Bother Mim
A new restuai'aunt wi'l be opened
by a Mr. Valentine in the Mar
tin building on Main street. Mr.
Martin is mak'ng a number of
chauges iu the building, leveling up
tho lloors, cleaning and painting so
! as to have a good place fixed up.
At the end of 1904 Russia had a
total of 295 blast furnaces, with six
others of a modern tyje in course of
erection. Only 167 furnaces were
iu operation during the year, how
ever. I he total production ot pi
iron iu 1904 was 2,901,000 tons i
The total steel-making resources at j
the end of 1904 were represented by I
J2o open hearth furnaces, 4!' bete
mer converters, iMj crucibie fur
naces, with 1,346 crucibles, and 75:
revcibeiiitory heating and welding
made. I he former immediately
gathered some of the specimens
from the vein and brought them to
town and had an assay taken, which
shows values of over $10,000 t the
The strike was made in the cross
cut at a point o00 feet from the
opening of the tunnel and at a
depth of 2t5'. feet. This is the same
property from which a test run of
l tous of ore was made ct the Blue
liird mill, which netted $480.
The (iold Bug is located six
miles west of the famous Red Boy,
which a few years ago was one of
the leading producers of the Sump-
rr i ter district.
C. A. Harlow ia doing the assess
ment work on the Happy Jack mine
for James Hemenway, and reports
that a 3-foot vein of fine base ore
He's wearing a
" Loc weiiette"
Combines Style, Service, Comfort
and Warmth, and is Waterproof
It s a pleasure to show them they are right
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furnaces, lhere were iu addition 1 has been struck which carried a
193 refineries, add nearly 600 pud- J largo percentage of lead and copper
diug furnaces. The total output of as well as good values in gold. The
open-hearth steel in 1904 was 2,-j Happy Jack adjoins the Noonday
041,000 tons, against 694,000 tons mine on the east, and the ore very
reported by the bessemer process, much resembles the black ore taken
Employment in the iron and steel out of that mine that went $000 to
HKiusirv was Eivcii 10 zo,4Vi. Ku,
New Goods Arriving
Wo havo niailosonio oxooptiotial oo(l buys in certain
linos ol Dry lioods and will soil thoin at tho regular
profit, so that you will jjet tho honolit. A line of
Napped Covert C
Sells regularly at l.'e per yard and hy comparing it
with others ,you will soon lie convinced that it is
worth it, for 12 l-2e per yard, in different patterns,
We are receiving a new lino of kid gloves, the best made in this country,
all the leading stores carry this line, $1.10 and 81. ."0 in all colors.
We take measure for tailor made suits for the ladies, come and investigate.
Garman, Hemenway Co.,
LEADERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISING