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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1899)
Devoted to Hi,- MiiKi iIIIM,
ering and Farming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Friday, May 26, 1899.
Devoted to Mines and Miners A Nugget Corres
pondent's Batch of News.
Eakin & Bristow.
ciiirl waists, Hulls Collnr?, Cuin.
Uvrrv w in-mity. Ulioapor tlinti yoti
cm lunke ilium.
Triiiiiiiiii); and Dross Silks ill nil col-
. ... iiplitiui fllfjt ..t'i.f tluullt
Mil afTur'l to r thorn.
Kid iiiov in nil colors anil luteal
,tvl nitwiing at 1.00 iiml I.'Jfi jwr
MmirKi-liiH' Ho Soli). lit nil UlO Hi
tuciivf iMliirn. I'rii't 'JA Kr utuit. lui
limn liixi year.
Spring W rapper. They arc perfect.
No invito worry nlmtit making thi'lli
(tun rait' von tin' trouble.
iiiliii it Bristow.'
I it jnst the lines
you want -for
A LI. KINDS 01'
Hardware. Garden, and Pruning Tools, Axes, Saws, Sledges and Rope.
Everything in the llou.se and Hani Building line.
Coal. Iron and Sceel!
Stoves, Tin and Granite Ware, all
at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
cottage grove, ore. C.
Mrs. let SuntToii'rt'N,
'ln Street, Cottage Grovo, Or.
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J. E. Young,
ATOM AT LAf,
Office On Mnln Mlrent. Wcint Hlilo.
Vottago dvovo, Oregon.
To The Public.
Wc desire to state thnt we have
established our Dressmaking Par
ars in tJ room just north of Cum
rai"g & Sehr's grocery store.
1,irst class work, reasonable
Pfces and satisfaction guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
MRS. C. E. JONES,
MISS ORA PICKARD.
Eakin & Bristow.
Only ftUi.OO ennli for tho best goods.
Durability and print eiiualwl by none.
To evilly lady wholniyi, una of our t'fi.00
chain whculs within tho nyxt 00 days
wo will givu a Itoyal Carpet Sweeper
Outing Flannels. I'lfly pieces, nt re
duced paleo. New pntteniH and col
ors. CrutniiiioH, SilknlitiOH ami Draperies
at 10c lo .'fio.
Dress Linings. Alltlio latest tiling
in plain ami fancies, Soar Silks, Silk
Stripes, titiil I'crealines ami Slleelus.
Porimlliius. An assortment of colors
that do not fait to attract favorable at
tention. Eakin it Bristow.
H. V ndenburg, M'gr.
L. L. Stevens,
Spcciai attention given to Mining
Husiuess and Collections.
KlIOKNU - - Oiikcion.
Al.l' WALKGR .... MunKer.
DKA I.Kit IN
Main Street, Cottage Groce, Ore.
The Denver Tiinos-Sun and tho Ho
huniia Nugget, both papers sent to nny
address for $1.50 cash in advance
Noto this: You can procuro tho Bo
liciniu Nuggot, your homo paporaiul tho
gt Louis Globo-Domocrao for $t.75 jier
year, cash in advance.
Eakin & Bristow.
Nil 008 Ladies SIioch Fine Shoes.
Our f I.o0 ami f '-'.00 lines arc very to beat
ami our $2.00, l.'i.OO ami fj.r.O lines nro
never equaled. Come anil see our prices
ami you will surely buy. Latest styles
in nil widtliH.
New Table Spreads ami Forticrs in
I Calicoes! Calicoes! CalicoeHl' You
will acknowledge their mipcriorlty at
! New Ribbons! New colors, new
, styles ami new prices.
1 Your cash trade is what wcwant and
if low prices ami best goods count for
I anything we will get a largo share of it.
Eakin & Bristow.
VI,L IIK SKNT IIV TIIK XoilTllKItN PACIFIC
RAILWAY Co., TO ANY ADOUKSS UPON
IlKCKIPT, IX STAMPS, Oil OTIIKK
WISK, OK Til K AMOUNTS NAMED
Au annual pulilication of about 100
juigcs, gotten up in most attractive stylo
and beautifully illustrated in half-toiie.
The contents of each number are varied
and diireient from it? predaccsbor. Tho
Nohtiikiis Pacific has become noted fur
this publication. Tiif. I'inkstTiiino is
Kailway LrrKitATUitK. Send six cents.
YKLLOWSTONK PARK MAP
A relief map of Yellowstone Park.
Printed on linn paper, ami suitable for
mounting or framing and for use in
schools, class rooms, etc. The best map
of the Paik that is publicly distributed.
Mailed in pastlsiard tubes. Send lOcts.
A nicely illustrated pamphlet, descrip
tive ol ! Mount Kanier, Washington, the
grandest ico-covered peak in the United
States. Send two cents.
An illustiated folder and relief map of
the Kootenai Region in liritishColumbia
north of Spokane. Scud two cents.
ARMY AND NAVY HOOK
Tells alsnit both tho U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies at ln-ginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Culm and
adjacent islands. A vest pocket history
well worth preserving for reference.
Send ten cents.
In sending for these write tho address
carefully, ami state wliero advertisement
Olum. S. I'EK,
tlen. raeiKer Agent.
ST. I'AIIL, MINV.
NUTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Lnnd Ofllco at Rosoburg, Oregon.
May 1, 181)0.
Notice is hereby given that tho following-named
settler has filed notico of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will bo
mado beforo tho Register and Receiver,
U. S. Land Office at Rosoburg, Oregon,
on Juno 10, 1809 viz: Honjamin G.Crow,
on II . K. No. (11185 for the E . NK 4,
N ' S15 H, Sec. 10. T. 'JOS., R. 5 West,
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provn his continuous residonco uponnnd
cultivation of said land, viz :
J. W. Ishniael, Arthur Kclloy,
William Gilbert, Aaron Gilbert, of Lo
J. T. ItitinaKB,
Nfith-o lii lioroby given that K, h. Wllllnms
luiH been ni.pnliito.l nlnjlnlntratpr of tho estixto
f llHiiniih Wllllnms, ilopoineil, All permiiu
lnvliiRi'liilms nKntnst tho miljl ostiito nre ro
ii oJicil to nrescnt the mq w thin six innnthi
of fho ilato ncroof to ftd Hrtmlnlstrator.nt tho
Sn ra of "' MLAvllllttnM.,,T.o 0roBo"
Dated this 10th .lay of May, IBOtf.
John M. Williams. . ;.. Williams,
Bohemia, May 21, 1899.
Mr. Jas. Duval returned to camp today.
Two gentlemen from Siuslaw came in this week to work in the
W. II. Shane is over on his claims on Montana ridge doing de
Chas. Bruneatt of the Helena Mining Company came' in this week
to resume work on the Helena.
The snow is fast disappearing and soon the musical shitepoke can
pipe his tuneful lay in the meadow down by the slough.
Albert Leroy came in this week to get samples of ore from the
Iaura group of mines owned by Leroy Bros, on Champion creek.
Byrne Bros. & Johnson Company are doing some development
work on outside claims belonging to the Grizzly group.
Chas. Clay is snugly domiciled down on Downings Point working
on some mining property owned by himself and Frank Jordon of Cot
The Music mill and mine will start up about the first of June.
There is in this mine a large amount of very fine ore, and the chutes are
all full and we predict a fine showing for that enterprising company.
The Noonday is blocking out a large body of fine free milling ore
and are preparing to start the big 20 stamp mill just as soon as the
snow goes off sufficient to make a few needed repairs to their tram
way. Mr Elsie Holderman of the Montana mining company is spending
a few days with his family in the Grove.
The White Swan Mining Company is another incorporated com
pany to do business in our Bohemia this summer.
White Bros. & Lesser are driving their tunnel on some very fine
ore at Glenwood. This is a fine mine but little spoken of, and still
there is in this mine $50,000 of good ore in sight.
We notice in the Oregonian of the 10th Mr. Baddens' report of
Oregon mineral production for '98. Now while we do not wish to
criticise Mr. Badden or the Oregonian we do wish to say they have
been very poorly informed about certain localities. They give for
Lane county a little over $6000 for the year. Now we admit Bohemia
is in Douglas, but as there is no report from Douglas they must take
the product of Bohemia for Lane's output and if so the' err a long way
from the truth for either of the mills that were in opperation here last
year turned out four times that amount, and they say that other mining
communities is Cornucopia where there is a large amount of high grade
ore, which is hauled 68 miles to Baker and shipped to the smelter from
there. Now why should they ship ore from Cornucopia when they
have several large mills in that camp of the latest pattern? Senger &
Eagle creek mines did not turn out any bullion in '98, lor both havo
been shut down for 2 years.
If Portland would awake to her interest and look over this country
they will see more good mines in this one locality alone than in all
Eastern Oregon combined. We are not trying to run down Eastern
Oregon in any way but we speak from experience, having lived in the
mines of that locality for 7 years; and wo would like to see Bohemia
A very pretty wedding was
solemnized at the home of M. F.
Rapp in this city, Wednesday even
ing, May 17, 1899, the contracting
parties being Mr. E. P. Long and
Miss Myrtle M. Gillette, Rev Geo.
R. Arnold, tying the silken knot.
The parlor was richly decorated for
the occasion and the wedding cere
mony though brief, was beautiful
The wedding was a quiet one,
only a few relatives and intimate
friends of the contacting parties
being present. After the ceremony
was performed and congratulations
were extended the bridal party was
led to the dining hall where a
luxurious wedding supper awaited
The groom is a well known
young man having for some time
past been in the employ of the
Southern Pacific Company. He is
a son of J. C. Long, the Cottage
Grove merchant and miiler, and is
a very intelligent and industrious
young man, possessing many noble
qualities and a gentleman, first,
last and all the time. The bride is
a charming and accomplished young
lady of this city, but formerly of
Pendleton, where her parents still
reside. She ss a sister of our
present county assessor, Benjamin
Gillette, and has a host of admiring
friends in this city. The Plain
dealer, joins with many friends in
extending congratulations and best
wishes to the happy couple, and
trusts they may ever enjoy a
pleasant home, blessed with pros
perity and long and useful lives.
This office acknowledges the re
ceipt of a bountiful supply of
splendid wedding cake. Roseburg
I had a little boy who was nearly dead
from an attack of whooping coagh. My
neighbors recommended Cliamborlain'a
Cough Remedy. I did not think that
any medicine would help him, hut nftor
giving him n fow doses of that remedy I
noticed an improvement, and ono bottlo
cured him entirely. It is tho best
cough medicine lover had in tho house.
J. L. Moonii, South Uurgottstown, Pa.
For sale by Ukniion Daua Co, Cottago
Grovo, Joe Lyons, Drain, Druggists.
Twenty-flvo thousand brick for sale.
Bert Wood, Cottage Grovo, Oregon.