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Devoted to the Mining, Timbering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a 1,1 vi
Cot;age G-rc)ve, Oregon, Friday, May 19, 1899.
Devoted to Mines and Miners A Nugget Corres
pondent's Batch of News.
l Eakin & Bristow.
j NEW GOODS!
jliirt waists. Ili'lt. Collar, and Culls.
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ntllUIIIIK Ull'l liunn miMn III Mil
nn-l flvliw lit prtw that evcrylxidy
111 'limi'H ill nil I uiiffn mm irtirrt
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wed to worry aIkmiI making tlii'iu
ran nave you the tiouhlc.
fakin it Bristow.
Eakin & Bristow.
Only f-Vj.OO pumIi for the bout goods.
Dnraliillty mid prim -(iiulcd by niuiti.
To eviy lady who buys onu of our f-Wi.OO
chain wheels within thu next AO days
wo. will give a Royal Carpet Sweeper
Outing Flannel. Fifty pieces, at re
duced puict'M. New patterns mid col
ors. Cretonnes, Silknlines nnd Draperies
nt 10c to 25c.
Dri-HM Linings. All the Intent things
in plitiu mul fancies, Near Killcx, Silk
SUiM-H, ami 1'iTualiiiuM mid SUedes.
I'ercalint'H. An assortment of colors
that do not fail to attrart favorable at
tentiou. Eiklo S Bristow.
Eakin & Bristow.
Shoes Ladies SIioch Fine Shoes.
j Our f 1.M) and 2.00 lineH are very to beat
' and our 2.60, $3.00 and tf.H) "lines are
never equaled. Come and nee our prices
and you will Hiirely buy. Latent styles
in all widths.
Chambrays. All colors.
New Table Spreads and Porticra in
J Calicoes! Calicoes! Calicoes! You
I will acknowledge their superiority at
New Ribbons! New colors, new
j Hlyles and new prices.
Your cash trade is what we want and
if low pricen and bent goods count for
anything we will get a large share of it.
Eakin d Bristow.
A FULL STOCK
Iu just the lines
for Spring Vork!
A 1.1. KINDS OV
llri nn. I .1 11 7 . . r1 .1 - I Tl
Every tiling in the House and Darn Building line.
Blacksmiths' Sunnlics niww?
Coal. Iron and Steel!
GRIFFIN & VEATCH,
uu.n uruviv, uKJi. C. n. v ncieriDurg, m gr.
f :i i I'm i
is. ret Sail fowl's,
- Cottage Grovo, Or.
J. E. Yoapg.
TTORNEV AT 1 AW
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w - .. . m. M. MJA.
OlllroOll Mlllll utr.nt. U'.l Hliln
Cottage Grove, Or.egon.
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ui jouni just noriu 01 jum-
I i-iuss worn, reasonnoie
CCS atld ntifnrtr.. itlinM..ln..1
. jlt wi-Tim. biuit LlUUIUIIlCVUl
ur patronage solicited.
MRS. C. B. JONES,
MISS ORA PICKARD.
L, L. Stevens,
Spcciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
Wm. R ENS HAW
ALP WALKER .... Manner.
Main Street, Cottage Groee, Ore.
WlI.I, II K HKXT IIV TIIK NORTHKKX PAClriC
IUll.WAV Co., TO ANY ADDUKHH UIO.V
IIKCKIIT, IS HTAMI'H, OK OT1IKU
WlttK.OKTIIK AMOUNTH NAMK1)
An annual publication of about 100
pngert, gotten up in uiont attractive style
ami henutifully illtiHtrnted in hulf-toiie.
The contents of each number arc varied
ami diireieut from it i predaccssor. The
N'oiitiikiis I'acikic has become noted for
this publication. Thk Finkht Thing in
Hailway Litkuatuke. Send six cents
VKI.LOWSTONE PAKK MAP
A lelief mai) of Yellowstone Park,
Printed on firm paper, and suitable for
mounting or Irammg and or use in
hciiooih, ciiihh rooms, etc. inu uest map
of the Park that is publicly distributed.
Mailed in pastboard tulxjs. Send lOots
A nieelv illustrated namnhlet. descrin
tive of Mount Hanier, Wasliingtou, the
grandest ico-covereil peak in the United
States. Send two cents.
An illustrated folder and relief map of
the Kootenai llcgion in uritisiiuolumuia
north of Spokane. Send two cents.
ARMY AND NAVY 1I00K
Tells about both the U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies at beginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Cuba and
adjacent, islands. A vest pocket history
well worth preserving for reference.
Send ten cents.
In Bonding for these write the address
carefully, and state where advertisement
Clin. 9. l'KK,
Gen, I'aimmtgar Agent.
ST. I'AIH, MINX.
The Donvor TiincH-8un and tho Ho-
homia Nugget, both pnpors sont to any
address for $1.50 cash in advance.
NotothlH: You can procure- the Bo
linmin TJiiMot. vourhomo paper and tho
St Louis Globo-Domocrno for $l.7l Jor
year, rash in advance,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
May 1, 1890.
VntiiiWu hnrnhv frivmi thilt itin fnllnw-
inK-nmncd settlor has tiled notice of his
tntmitfnn to mnlrn flnitl nmnf in Hiinnnrf
nt ht a ftlntfii ami flint Nnid nrrwif will tut
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made lieforo the Register and Receiver,
U. S. Land Office at Roieburg, Oregon,
on June 10, 1809 viz: Uonjamln G.Crow,
on II . E. No. 0085 for the E y,, NE M
N M.SE H, Sec. 10. T. '20 S., R. 5 West,
Ilu names tho following witnesses to
provn his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, vis:
J. V. Ishmaol, Arthur Kelloy,
William Gilbert, Aaron Gilbert, of Lo
J, V. Burnous,
Notice li hereby gWea that It. I WUUam
has been aiuoliitel idmlnlstrutor of the eitnle
of lliimmh Wllllaim, deeeaie;!. All perom
luenoil to present the name within lx months
oi mo tune uereui u nniu RMiini.nn.ut,
offlce of John M. Willlarai, Kimene, Oregon.
Dated this 10th day of May. IM9.
John M, Willi a ks. l. Williams,
Alturnt'jr for Kiitate. Admlnlntrator,
BoiiiiMiA, May 16, 1899.
A furious snow storm is raging.
Mr. James Duvall of Nunn & Duvall, contractors, is out on a visit.
J. C. Klopenstein.is out at present for more supplies for their mine,
the Grizzly group.
Al Churchill one of the permanent fixtures of Fairview Mountain
is out basking in sunshine and strawberries fora few days. Eat some
for us Al.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beck the Musick's genial foreman, and wife, are
spending a few days with their many friends in Cottage Grove and
Mr. Ed Jenks foreman of Noonday left today for his mines on
Sharp Creek where he has a crew of men opening up his mine.
Mr. George Knowles will be chambermaid and chef of the culinary
department of the Musick mine during the absence of Mrs. Beck.
Louis Betters is cultivating a warlike spirit and is very anxious to
enlist for service in the Philippines. That's right Louis defend your
country, but we haven't lost any Phillipinos.
Mr. Hermann Lilly one of the pioneer placer miners of Steamboat
River passed through camp this week for his mines on Steamboat. He
informed your correspondent that there was a bright future in store for
that end of our already prosperous mining region.
Every few days brings in a new expert from one place or another
and they all seem to think this a fine field for investment. People in
other parts of this mundane sphere have found out Bohemia is not in
Superintendents Holderman and Sears are doing some work on
several outside claims for their respective companies, the Hartford of
Chicago and the Montana gold mine and milling company.
Byrne Bros & Co. of the Grizzly mines have made another richer
strike than ever. The ore body is widening all the time as depth is
attained and shows native silver in unlimited (coinage) quantities.
The boys have a bonanza. Their mines lie almost below snow line and
they have one of the finest bodies of timber in Lane county and water
power enough to drive the mills of Portland and then have some.
We are informed that the Champion group is sold to a Mr. Kelly
ot Chicago. This is another instance of prosperity and shows faith in
our mines, for different companies to take hold of properties and never
see them. The famous Anaconda group on Fairview has recently been
bonded to a Spokane company, through a representative of theirs who
is highly pleased with what he saw while in camp. He expresses him
self as being agreeably surprised at the vast richness plain to be seen
Zinaker & Graber Companv of Fairview are opening up the
Vesuvius, one of their claims, preparatory to make a muling test 011
the Stocks & Harlow mill as soon as the snow goes off sufficiently to
admit of hauling. This is one of the finest groups in camp and the
Boys are deserving of great credit for their energy in opening mines, for
there is no sunshine and roses in driving 600 or 700 feet of hard rock work
and spending lots of money besides, for mining is expensive business.
But if in the right locality and properly managed there is no in
dustry that pays a more handsome dividend than mining, and we have
every formation and surtace indications here for deep mines known to
scientific mining experts or mineralogists; and other localities less
favored thau ours are producing millions and with the proper methods
of reduction which to the experienced observer are very inexpensive
and simple if men of mining experience take hold of them, this region
can be made the goldcondaofthe Pacific Northwest. But before going any
further let me say to the mine owners: Don't expect to go to a goat
corral for amalgamators, for mutton and amalgam won't mix; and
don't go to a ranch for engineers or machinists. Don't get your su
perintendents out of the insane asylum for many a man has gone crazy
looking for gold.
Program to be Rendered the 30th
Tho following is an outlino of the line
of march and the program to be rendered
in honor of Decoration Day, May 80,
Tho lino will bo formed at tho city
hall at 9:30 a. in. and march to the
cemetery, the public school Btudents to
lead tho line. Tho veterans will follow
with martial music, then tho firemen.
All societioa aro cordially invited to
assist in this march and in the deco
ration of tho gravos of our honored
dad, and in keeping fresh in our
memory tho noble services and sacri
fices rendered in sustaining our
country's honor. At 12 o'clock the G.
A. R. and families will have a basket
dinner at tho G. A. R. hall not a
plcnio dinner, nor a Fourth of July
celebration ; but for the convenience of.
those who come from out of town, to
honor and reverence our fallen com
Music Choir of sixteen singers.
Oration Brother Gardiner.
Recitation Miss Scott.
Address Professor Holland.
Address Blue and Gray Geo Thomp
son. Address Our Comrades F. E. Miller.
Recitation Miss Hattio Finity.
Recitation Miss Landeus.
Flowers, with which to decorate tho
graves, are solicited.
W. H. Lincoln,
F. E. MlLLKIt,
New Clubbing JPropositiou.
Bohemia Nuetrot now offers to its
lady readers something in tho clubbing
line directly interesting to them.
McCall's Macazino. devoted to tho
fashions of the day, home, literature,
household hints, fancy work, current
tonics and nonular fiction, and Bohemia
Nugget one year for $1.60. Remember,
you get viththis offer a free pattern
from the McCall Company. Read their
ad jn'.anotbec column.