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BOHEMIA NUGGET. &(l(Iilfoitul Locals.
C. J. HOWARD - - - EDITOR.
Knlofexlnt the ixMloffli-e si Ctlio (Stttve,
Oregon as Swoiul iiikII nltor.
Articles of incorporation of tho White
Swan Gold Mining Company of JJo
hcmiti witti II. It. Kini-aid, J. M. A brains, !
II K Hawlev. FA Rankin, L PSnapp. C
A llanlv anil II W Thompson, as In-
Ntt1crl.tlon price. Sl.ffO. In n.Unnrr. p',,, M1.r0 (Ueil with tllU COUIltV
AilvertMnir ratri. nmilo known "I'"" L.ar. Wednesday. CHpUttl Stock f.fi,- '
npiiiiriitinn. 000, amount of cadi tiliuru eonts ; stout
I Tla Cummins Hall is bing rc-
Thanks to the Public for your liberal 1MitioiinKc during the winter
We are now giving the,,
Friday, May 19 1S99.
Last Friday and Saturday even- 1
this week. A much needed improve-
ing s entertainment at tne Aiarun lnont,
hall demonstrated the fact that j AU'sdamos MclConnoy, MeCIting, Wil
Cottage Grove hasn't a large son, Johnson and Dale of Eugene wore
fiiniitrh Imll. Srnndirnr room was in attendance upon thu V. C. T. U.
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at a premium, and not a little j
danger to life and limb was at
tendant. Too much attention to
In SILKS, SERGE, and BROCADE DRESS SKIRTS
Mesdamos Mav Scott ami Ohio Pnr-
' sons of Croswoll aro visiting relatives in
Huuu uuiaiiuu auu "- Mr.Soott Christumi who is soriotislv
patrons of a public gathering plnce niat hid homo in this city is reported
cannot be given. 1 he proprietors , as not much improved
of the hall have shown a marked
inclination to make material im
provements in the opera house since
they took charge some few months !
Our Spring Stock will soon be ready mid
open to your inspection.
Absolutely 110 mtorepresctitntioii of goods
j If you want the latest styles in hats
and millinery good at lowest prices call
on Miss Annie Heinrich.
K. K. Paxton who rctidos ou Row
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ago and no doubt m the course of , c . .,, , , , ,
a at bodaville, lias returned lionio.
the summer will make their, .. . .... . , .
The "Willsie' camera, inter Photo
property a niucn more aesiranie j CO( Kl1nv, Agents, was the one
place for oublic eathennsrs. How- at the tiranton execution
ever in case of packed bouses such
as last Saturday night's school en
tertainment afforded, chairs unless
they are bolted together and set fn
stationary rows should never be
used, and at no time should they
be placed in the aisles of a hall. One
.Mrs. Chas. Lucas left for Comstock
Wednesday. Mr. anil Mrs. Lucas will
run a boarding house there this year.
Miss Annie Heinrich the milliner
tins a choice line in latest styles. Call
and see them.
Choir practice for memorial service at
Mr. Geo. Lea's next Saturday evening,
loosechair, in the event of a fire, ;a"d also on Monday evening
can' be the cause of a hundred
broken bones and perhaps death.
Claude Branton, while confined
in the Lane county jail, wrote
many letters, some sketches ol his
travels, also some poetry. In one
of his poetic -efforts, with reference
to his crime, he wrote:
"My confidence in man is as I have
Three men can keep a secret provid
ing two of them are dead."
No better proof of his muderous
disposition could be asked for.
Branton during all these mouths
never once gave expression of re
gret for having murdered old man
Linn, although he did confess to
the crime. He was always looking
for a loop hole through which to
escape. His only regret from the
time Deputy Sheriff Day arrested
him until the moment he went
through the trap, was that he
didn't murder Green, his accesory
to the crime.
Photographs of Hrantou's execution
were made with the "Willsie" Camera.
Winter Photo Co., Agents, Eugene.
Mestlatnes Uabb ami Stowell of Eu
gene arrived on Tuesday's local to attend
the W.C. T. U. convention now in
session in this citv.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
James McCalley, one of the best
known and certainly one of the
most highly respected railroad
men in Oregon met with a sad and
sudden ending last Saturday noon
in the frightful wreck in Cow Creek
canyon. Mr. McCalley was a man
respected not only by all his rail
road associates but by all who
knew him. He washonorable, just,
and a faithful servant of his em
ployers. The Southern Pacific has
lost a faithful servant, and the com
munitya just and honorable citizen.
The Eugene Guard bad a mag
nificent writeup of the Branton exe
cution. Mr. H'. W. Rowland the
very efficient city editor of that
paper, who was in attendance upon
the execution is responsible for it.
The Guard has no occasion to re
gret its choice of citj editors.
The Branton murder case is a
thing of the past. The public has
two regrets to file. One, -that the
murder of Linn was committed;
the other, the murder of Linn hav-;
ing been committed that both mur
derers didn't hang together.
"Our democratic friends are be
coming convinced that there is a
conspiracy of the money power to
increase wages. This is known to
be one of the most devilish of the
money devil's methods of deceiving
the 'producing classes.' " Kx.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
May P, 1S09.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler lias tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and tiiat said proof will he
made before Joel Ware U. S. Com
missioner at Eugene, Oregon, on June
29 189t, viz. Theopliile F. Rosso on H.
E. No. 7359 for the E K NW NE K
SW , Lot a, Sec. 1(5, T. 19 S., K. 5 V.
He names the following uitnet-scs to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Isaac N. Doak, Henry Coleman, John
L. Bailey, Ivan McQueen, of Siuslaw,
J. T. BltlDGKS,
Arc Now Open for Inspection!
We arc Oilbring Some
Bargains in the Following:
Men's Heavy Shoes
5i.35 to $-1-25'
?-5 t 35-
Men's Fine Shoci
$1.50 to $3.75.
5ct.i to fo.oo.
We have a Full Line
of Ladies' Shirt Waists in all
IN UG GET
We also have Outing Flannels, Shirting, D ess Linings,
Shirt Waist Sets, Ladies' Ncckwa e, etc.
ISTew York Racket Store.
E. WALL & WMIPPLE.
GEflTOMi fftEJtf MARKETS
COTTAGE GROVE - - - OREGON
AN UP-TO-DATE MARKET
Hcef, Mutton, Pork, Veal Smoked Hams, Bacon, Etc.
Call ana" Sm- Uh McFarland Co ll'e Will Treat low ItlgM
BENSON DRUG COMPANYI
. l. c.
A Complete and Well Selected Line of the..,
Davidson does good watch work.
For quality and cheapness in fresh
moats go to the Central meat market.
Notice Hemonwav & llurkhuldor'H
ad. Shoos, shoos, shoos.
If you want glasses fitted to your uvea
go to Davidson the Jeweler.
1' W Rhodes lias closed Ids City meat
market, hut contemplates reopening tllo
same the first of next mouth.
Mrs. Thos. Aubioy returned from n
visit to Eugene last Friday afternoon.
Fresh candies every day, made from
pure sugar at the Tailor shop.
A moot ing of the citixens of Cottage
Grove will be hold at the City Hall next
Saturday night at 8 o'clock with it view
of arranging for a Fourth of July cele
bration. Everylnxly come out.
If you want a wagon eome and look tit
tiie Stoiighton before buying. F. It.
Memorial services will ba held at the
Christian church in this city, one week
Notice Frank fiofMlman's new ad in
the Nugget this week. He will oiler
you good goods at reasonable prices.
F. K. Phillips lias his sample Mr.
Cormiek mower on exhibition. Ho
and look at it
Another new lot of shirt waists, every
one a beauty.
Kakin A IJiiistow
irs. j. .Medley wisiies tocall vour
attention to her choice and well fclectcd
line of millinery goods.
We have a shipment of carpet just in
Lome and note reduction in prices.
Martin A Cociikan.
Remember that Mrs. Medlov is in the
millinery busine, that she has a choice
line of goods. Call and see her.
Every business man should meet at
the City Hall next Saturday night to
assist in arranging for a Fourth of Julv
iiuy your spring and Hummerhats of
Miss Meinzer, the well known and
For your Spring and summer hatH go
to Miss Meinzer, at the old pnoto
graph building a fine line.
sanies reauy mane dress skirtt just
Eakin A Dkihtovv,
Cuinming A Sehr have made nrraiiec
monts to receive a weekly shipment of
very choice creamery butter.
Shillings Rest toas, coffee.
flavoring extracts and baking
at Cumming and Sehr's.
Miss Moinzer will liavoa choice lino of
new sailor lints on early in the week
Suits! Suits!! Tailor miido suits!!!
Up to date in every respect, from 115 un.
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an aim see samples.
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ui iiciu iu 00 ousinesH. 11 you
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....iiv ..iij iimuware come and seo
whether I mean business or not
Ten delegates from tho several
day schools of this city went to Pleasant
IIUI Ihin-Mlay to attend the
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.jinn..... euiiuui convention conv
there Thursday and Friday,
Tho Northern Pacific have recontlv
tsiaunsneu an agency in our city with
Mr. James Hetnenway an agent. Cal
on or write him in regard to tickets to
all Eastern points.
v , . uibKIUCU Willi fl JUBl loir in m nl tl. tlm
inavo ueen a sufferer from chronin remnrlrnMn o... . . ' . . ' "
diarrhoea ever since tho war and have ' "eating. ; -"I". on iim 01 u,o JtohemU aurc -
uscuaii kinds of medicines for it. At "W m in receipt of a ; n "Z . .1 """"""
last I found ono remedy that has been TC"k" f ,na,I tho gift of Mru. G. ! ?' 1!! th I""ron u U"
a snccosB as a cure, and ilmi kni.nmi,.,. u.onapp. it tg the ecmiinn ..r.:,.i.. 1 1
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lam's colic, Cholera and Diarihooa . ol,nPP "ving reccivod it dim ! raEortiie tho well known r.w
Best Drugs in the Market
Kept Conntiintly in Btort.
New Liiieof Trusses just in
Htmuin Drug Company. Cltri Clr. Or.
. ;oh Keal Estate and Mining Property.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Companies.
Strict Attention paid to Collection 1
Office opjx)site Sherwood Hotel.
A Coin f non nhrnsn! Tint .i... .1... r..n-
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Si ll i fVCh '"J" w "Bd .rmrll, in iw.d ar
Sm, to nrZ, ; 'fM tMty ,cK'tioi. of the heart. Now ia the
ouii- iu jireoni tiiis process oeforo von
If I mistake not, It ii became
process lieforo voil luvnmn .nr.i.l.l.wl t 11.1
You will find that RADAM'H
Cimntv nrnt'onf -liu. . .1 , . ivvi!j-. lll,l,r,H Will CICIItlKe IHC UlOUUf
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Send or call for pamphlet.
Residence with J. K. Rarrett.
A. F. Howard, Ag't,
Cottage Grovo, Oregon,
Remedy. P. E. Gitisii.ui, Gnars Mills 1 ,,orIooplo in Ohio. Many thanks lZn fountlrJ' wbb n aouth Iwiind
La. For salo by Hhnbon Duua Co, Cot- The Ilohomln Nugget and the Eroat ! pH',oneor on Tcdar'a local,
tage Grove, Jou Lyoxs, Drain, Druggists year I'ra"ciiiU0 "Mllctin for per; Homom her Dr. 1. 1,. flcofinM, DenUfit
' f when you wunt dental work done.