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Uevoted to ttcMi,,i,,Kt Lumbering ,, Farmll,K rn, Com
inuiijly, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
go Grove, Oregon, Friday, Oci;. 18, 1899.
IS CALLED to an Elegant line of LADIES WRAPS, just in, direct
from tlie Factory.
FOR STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE, we cannot be EXCELLED.
Call and see them at the Old Reliable Storel
LIVE AND LET LIVE, IS OUR MOTTO
Y0 U ARE CAUTIONED
NOT TO BUY GOODS out of Town or elsewhere, before examining our large and
well selected stock of General Merchandise.
IK YOU WILI I USED the above warning, you will' profit by it. We sell goods
at BED-ROCK PRICKS.
GKNTS Overcoats and Furnishing goods.
LADIES' wrappers and furnishings. PRICES WILL SUIT.
EAKIN & BRISTOW, Cottage Grove, Or.
Write-up of the Camp
From Week to Week.
Our New Fall Stock!
NEWNESS, BRIGHTNESS AND EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES.
During the next Thirty Days we will greatly increase our stock, which will be large and well selected.
New goods are constantly arriving, and we are marking them as low as RELIABLE goods can be sold.
All arc invited to visit our store. It is no trouble for us to show goods whether you buy or not.
Save Money by JLJuyino: G-oods of us!
Dry Goods Depart in cut.
Weart) Hliowimt it nlro ami well o
looted lino of Dri'mt (ioodrt ItililxuiH,
Hraidn mill TrinimliiKH t very low
Vi lmvo an uti'iMiit linn of UiuIit
wi'ar for Km II and Winter we wilt
Hnririce yon at fide )iur garnii'tit and
for .'l.r0 icr Hiiit von i-itn havp a
line llennino Silk Kleweil
to 10c pr yd.
Outings and Tcasledowns
fa to 12'j.c pr yd.
30c, 50c. ITvi and $1.00. Thoy are all
W(J valiieH at the price.
Oi't our prieeH leforo buying else-
Overlook our Grocery Department
Wo have a well mdculcd Htock at rock
Ladles Fine Shoes
$1 .'-'."I to t'l.'J5 prpair.
Mens Fine Shoe.
$1.75 to $1.00 pr pair.
Wo carry a nice lino of choea for
children huliurf and men both low
priced anil Inch-priced, hut in every
instance wo are aafe in ulmllouuiiiu
any retailer to oxcell our prices on
the name crude of coodn .
buy shoes again inspect
(jlunswaro, .lowolry, Hats and caps
Wo will soon add our Drue Depart
ment, Clothing, Crockery and China
A line line of
Children!)' and Ladies'
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
A- II. LOW
DRAIN - - - OREGON.
J. E. Young,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HOLLENBECK BROS. AND
Omt) Oa Miiln htiBOt,
Wcbt Bltlo, -
v 1. Stevens,
ciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
Smirk .... ... Oitiido.v.
Headquarters for Mining
Kvery want attended to,
1IM.MUH W. THOMPSON CHAD, A. 1IABUY.
Thompson & Hardy,
Attorneys and Counselors at
Special Attention given to
the Law of jines.
Beginning at the Champion nnd taking in a scope of country north
by east one will come in contact with some of the best mines in the
great Bohemia district. First is the Champicn or Hartford Co., owning
a group of 13 clnimstind showing a large amount of as fine free milling
ore as is to be found anywhere. There is a large amount of develop
ment work of a substantial nature done in this group, it being worked
by a succession of tunnels in all about 1500 feet and showing a
large amount of ore blocked out and ready for milling. This property is
eqyiiped with a first class 10 stamp mill, concentrator and steam power.
The ore is conveyed from the mines by a bucket tramway 3400 feet in
length and many other modern equipments for the successful operation
of a first class mine, there being plenty of" timber and water for years to
come, and may be termed one of our permanent Bonanzas. This mine
has been in sucessful operation for a lumber of years and shows 110 sign
of giving out as depth is attained, as all show a good strong ledge of
from 3 to 5 feet in width with good walls and almost perpendicular.
The ore is free from both walls and the deeper down they go the
higher grade the ore, changingTrotn a free milling to a high grade base,
showing copper in abundance freely sprinkled with . galena, and assays
I frequently show a goodly per cent of platina ' or platinum. This
properly is owned by a Chicago company and represented here by Su
Next in prominence and adjoining the Champion comes the Broad
way owned by Grfflith & Reed. Here is a well developed group show
ing strong, well defined leads of true fissure veins. This group has
about 500 feet of tunnels and upraises all in from 2 to 6 feet of ore of a
high grade free milling character carrying a goodly percentage of sul
phureti or iron pyrites of excellent concentrating quality. Messrs Rted
& Griffith' have recently given a bond on this property to Denver
capitalists for $25,000. This group being finely situated on Grouse
mountain is destined to become one 01 tne great producers 01 tne camp.
The lower tu inel will tap the ledge at a depth of 1,000 feet affording
drainage for ytars to come, thereby doing away with expensive pump
ing uiacl'.i ic ry an 1 is cqnipbed with houses ani snow slieds, blacksmith
shops and everything pertaining to make a first class property and only
awaits capital to put in the proper plant to reduce her thousi nds of tons of
cr2to make 1 er a rccoid. Messrs. Reed& Griffith deserve great praise for
their untiring energy in developing such a property. We are informed
the new company, if they take hold of this group, will immediately put
in a proper plant, and as the mine is developed with some 500 feet of
tunnels there is 10 reason why the new company should not make a
success and as thejucky owners also own other property the camp will
not lose them.
About 800 feet up the mountain is situated the Knott
group a fine group of claims that figured prominently in camp some 15
years ago, but owing totnecteaiu ot tne original owner tne property ien
toheii who procured a pate;it. The mill was sold to a new company,
and operations suspended on the Knott; but some of the finest specimens
of free gold are taken from this mine to be found anywhere. Owing to ,
the condition this mine is in and the high price the owners- place on it,
in all likMhood this valuable property may lay idle for years to come,
but with the completion of the Grouse mountain tunnel new activity
will be revived and it is hoped it will again become an active factor in
our great camp.
The Monte Rico Gold Mining Co. was duly organized at Eugene
Wednesday and the following officers elected: J. M. Hodson, president;
A. C. Woodcock, vice president; H. W. Rowland, secretary; H. R.
Kino-iid , treasurer: J. M. Hodson, H. R. Kincaid, A. C. Woodcock. H.
W. Rowland and F. A. Rankin, directors. The company owns a group
of claims on Bohemia mountain, about one-half mile distant from the
White Swan mine.
At a meeting held in this city yesterday afternoon, articles of in
corporation having been pre iously filed, the Monte Rico Gold Mining
Company was duly organized and the following board of directors
chosen: J. M. Hods in, H. R. Kincaid, A. C Woodcock, H. W. Row
laud, F. A. Rankin. The officers were then selected as follows: Presi
dent, J. M. Hodson; vice-president, A. C. Woodcock; secretary, H. V .
Rowland; treasurer, H. R. Kincaid; superintendent and manager, F. A.
Rankin. The property of this company consists of a group of claims
in the Bohemia mining district, Douglas Jcounty, situated on Bohemia
mountain, on parallel ledges to those being operated by the Musick
Mining Co., and about oiw-half mile distant from the White Swan
property. Two tunnels started on the property show prospects which
the incorporators conside r very fluttering. The company organizes with
500,000 shares of a par value of five cents, all the stock being sub
scribed. Earlv next season the company expects to begin active de
velopmen of the property, and will push the work rapidly, hoping to
soon place the property on a revenue-paying oasis. ouaru.
l'apur G uaranteed not to Crack
Office, Nain Street, next to J. E.
'young's law office.
lUrs. -1'ct Sim fowl's,
Main Street, - -
Cottage Grove, Of.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED