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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
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' -. nri'tty noarly nilxliiu one of
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mid tin- doctor tvurc MtuppliiK nt
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for ll..luM,,i. Thu Kuntlomun
uplsU Ihi''" r..,, u,u rooniry, whk tl. vlrthi, of n hold-ui,
totornroHU 1 tli uiiriiltiK( lm icnuil in j la.t IVi.I.ty Kbt. Mr. Klmm,
Jmlrtllnn for ii Hum upon tint n!ciiIi,k -low,, to lloliuniln poktoffipa on thu
Jj,rk In the tlir bcl. "Lark" Ih mmiI nit i ,,,.Hion, mid about ilark
MUlflynonymoiiH of o ood Hum, anil a nUrtud for IiIh cabin no thu trail , hi
-Hmeniito tofo ovor tlt fvuturuH of tln Monti Kin, didm. Im. wdtnlod xpot
LerolJ d-Ptor hh bo, jiur clianoo, u mini unknown to him M.-ppcd out he
-tollccteil dnyMBKOH". wbou "larkV , hin.l ftl t hin Hido and ordered Hhanc
ftfe moro nuinuroiiM. Tim tiunptation to hold up hH lMnd. Mr. .Slume wan
ojtoo urimtloht) wlllutood, hi the carrying a Wim-hiiHtor rillo, having hem,
doctor. iiit'tly placed thu lej.'nl u'ntb-j on the lookout for door. Ah ho turned
B,n',Hliocn in tho Mtori), hun bin icln ' toi-onfront thu highwayman, lio waH
oo ibe lx' potttH, int IiIh nivktii) in tin- utruck a terrible blow ovor tho oyo
,ttr pitcher, tho fmnilUr gold xpeck which felled him to the ground in nn un
.. ilia Innm i-blmtioy, kickixl tho 1 fonrioiiM condition. Mr. Shano di.l ,,
l(tliy troiiBcr under tho bed. nu, h, I
aat fur Hfihuiina. U wan Haul tiiat wlniii .
f0f Diinemui. v n" nui.i nun. nun i
Attorney bdyeu uwoki) bo was not lust
jllwriil. ' - .
luia lie had Mixjiit thu eveuint!.
kot after dilligent.ind successful search
hi woaring apparul, bo decidoil that
It wan not so had as bu seuined. It is
Mid however mat ino caso win nave an
other hearing, when bark hopes to win
Conductor nam I entch w ho, ac
fouipnieil by bis wife bus been visiting
til people and relatives burufora week,
dtJiiultua disuppointineut thu other
iji;. Mr. Vented and n nuiubnr of
Modi including O. F. Knox, Oliver
i t-t. .iil OiiUi. Ivfirir Inn! fdimtii.d n
Jihinif and bunting trip into the
raonnUius Wednesday morning. Mrs.
fim Veatch was tflkuu ill and Mr.
itl Mr. Watch Hole that in-jniing's
local for their homo in Portland. Thu
other members of the party who were
tlffjuiy on thu street with camping
(aipiiaee. seemed to taku the dlsap.
fointment about as hard as any of thorn.
not only on account ol the loss ol gootl
compnionsliip. but wording to Mr.
Kno the party was just going along to
tit the fish.
i. t Hlwrwofxl hs uddod to tile at- '
tfKtivoness of tho Hotel Sherwood (
office a fine new table. Ills finely I
laiihrd, and on tho top is panuols of
jIiii upon which are painted in at
tractive letters the following business
... . .... , .. ...!.
cinn; i., i.urcn, urnun ix unicn,
Kikin k Hristow, Fashion Stables, J.
I'. Currin. J. F. Miller, Sherwood
Hotel, Hemeuway and Hurkhnlder,
Bon Ton Meat Market, James Ilemeu
)', real estate denier, (Slass Iiros.,
Uwis k Veatch, Cy Miller, linker A
Johnson, F. I). Phillips.
V. W. Hawley.the freighter, informs i
Nugget man that he is now operating
about 20 tenuis on tho Bohemia road.
taking in freight and returning with I
concentrates. It is said this is. only u
barter and next yenr will sec 150 or
200tcm8 traveling in and out of the
The group of mines owned by Zinnker
Uroi , nnd Grahor, known as Vesuvius,
, German, Wild H, William Toll, Hill
Side nnd Nightengale wore sold this
week to British Columbia capitalists
for $35,000 represented by Chas. 11.
l'ark of Boston. Theso mines bavo de
veloped wonderfully well and their
future is one chuck full of brightness.
Win. Horn bns tradod bis property on
Wall street to O. D. Brown for tho Cot
tage Grove hotel. Mr. Brown will re
tire from tho management of the bouso
next week nnd Mr. E. M. Abbott,
will conduct the- botol. Mr. Abbot pro
poses to seta tablo that will please, and
eoliciisashareof tho public patronage.
For the Mountain.
Professor M. O. Wnrnor, the well
known piano tuner, F. W. Hogg, of
Warner, 111., Dr. Oglcsby, 'Pro
fessor Plumb, formerly of the U. of O.
now aBsnyer at the Noonday mlno, left
for a few woekfl outing in the Bohemia
district, Wednesday morning.
New Stamp Hill.
Tho now" 6 stamp mill of Jennings
Bros, and Brunenu, ordered for tho
Helena Mino, arrived Wednesday morn
ing and Thursday it was loaded nnd
"tartcd for its destination. It took 10
Wagons and tenma to haul It into tho
The Christian nnd Presbyterian
churches hold n joint S. S. jdcnlo at tho
Widens grovo last Wdiioiday. A Very
pleasant day pained,
" ms Wcalth-W. II.
'i Knocked Senseless and
! W M . HlM.no, one of the well know,,
,'"'' of n.,n ul,o ln moo, i ,,,,,,.1,
f life i ti,u ,,, ,.,, f)f t
regain conciouMiCMH until next morning
mini nu lounu mat no nail been
" touch ud" for )W In cold cash and a 1
wlirn ho found that bo had Ik,
" V ' tmil tllll .1
iliamond in tlm
btought oiiic years ago from South
America the value of which was said to
, Mr. Kliano is at loss to identify tlm
i robber and is eoinnlctelv uivstillud.
Thus far no clue has been gained
I Salem is making an elTort to secure
; the final disbandmcnt of the Oregon
' regiment. Well Salem always does the
I proper thing by her g,;estH.
rothewifoof Jas. S.Henson nt the'
family home in this city, on Saturday,!
! -"'ly -ii. mini, an pounu uaugnier.
j A ease of assault brought by William
j Lively againKt Samuel Garroiitte of Amos
i was up before .lustice of the 1'eace
Vaughn but Thursday, Deputy District
Attorney Harris appearing for tlie state
j and Attornoy I. Hllyeu for the defense,
:Thu jury found defendant not guilty.
Mr. b. Morse mot with a painful acci
dent the other day wbilo at Saginaw af
ter lumber. A board from the chute
Mtrtiek him on the lee bruisiiu: and
nrxlmbtv frnclnriii'' one of the bones be
tween the knee and ankle, hence he uses
the crutch these days.
Colonel Alex L. Hawkins commander
of the 10th Pennsylvania volunteers,
j uKWr,j t,
hound to San Francisco from Manila j
witli the reuusyivania reguuuiik
iilward. Colonel Hawkins baa been
alllicted with cancer of the bowels the
greater part of his service in tho Philip
pines, which finally culminated in his
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
. .. . i . t i tli.it- tin. M. f!
.owcu in ucujuy k" - i
C. Bakery, running under tho firm j
name ot t-ampoeii .wcvui";
solved by mutual consent, vv. J.
n..r.lu rot r nif. All 1)1118 Baiimi mo
lIl)0n presentation, by ,
, n tu ,, 1( , an accounts due
the firm are payable to him.
Dated this tho 1st day of August, 189.
M. C. Camiuikm..
CAKD OF THANKS.
To the Masonic Iratomity nnd to
other kind friends who assistod us dur
ing tho sickness and death of our hus
band and father wo return our heart
felt thanks and assure them that their
help and sympathy was appreciated
nnd contributed to lighten our heavy
Mas J. 0. Stokkkh and Family.
WOOD f6r SALE.
A two-horso wagon box load, dry
kindling wood forgets. atSuRlmiw
B. K. J... IO.
At fhrco dollars por day to haul cord
wood two miles south of Divide. Good
roads and steady employment.
The Ashland Town Talk has
changed hands passing to , W . Hum
& Son recently from the Enht. .he
Talk hns always been a bright little
paper and has gathered a wonder
fl circulation. The gentlemen
in nossession are doing some
tall talk about what they are going
to do with the TalK, aim
they will UP their word.
AH About yojj.
AHHCPHor llnrton was in town Wednes
day. Attornoy L. IJilyou wan in Cottage
Captain Sachs spent hint Sunday in
.1. I. JonuH wont Honth on Monday
Darwin Itrintow returned from u trip
to Kui;ene Wednesday.
Hoborl I'ratt of Kuuoiiu was In Cot
tage (irovo I net Saturday.
Willard Martin ban returned from a
fojoiirn in Holiemia dintrict,
I)r. .Snapj) and Professor Snapp of
Kiigonu left for the (nines Tuesday.
I'.it .lounincH came in from the
Helena on Friday evening's stage.
lion. II, I!. Miller of Kugene was a
caller at tho Nugget office last Friday.
I'ete Me.Martin was registered at the
Hotel Kherwood from llack Ilutte
oiri ten ior ioo jtonemia
district this week, where lie will work
A. II. Spare, left for tho Bohemia
on Ids claims
Jack KlopliciiHtic.il returned to the
mines Monday morning after a week's ;
visit in town.
Ucary I'ost, U. A. K., Hugone is tho
banner post of thu state. It has a
membership of 144.
Aif Walker, Attorney .1. H. Young
and Jack Hart arrived from Bohemia on
last Tuesday's stage.
Surveyor Collier returned from a
lii!tnmt,H triffi in i)n fitinou Ii.uf Katnr.
'lav and went to Kugene Sunday,
'uu ' ro "cuwog Auorney .inrr.s
J assault case before Justice Vaughn
! Hev. K. A. McAlister of Eugene ar
I rived on Tuesday morning's overland
I and preached the funeral service over
the remains of the late J. C. Stouder.
Misses Rose and Laura Coleman and
Miss Vinnic Knapp of Kugene, visited
last week with Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Aubrey. Tho Misses Coleman returned
Mrs. John O'Brien, of Portland, and
Mrs. S. Poxton, of Sodaville, who have
been visiting friends here and nt Loranu
returned to their homes Monday.
James W. Chenhall, mining expert
from Encland, who conies to inquire
into certain properties in tho Bohemia
nnmns. registered at Hotel Sherwood
Jim Hart, Jr., left for the Noonday,
mine, Bohemia, last Monday, whero he
will be employed as camp blacksmith.
Jim is n clever fellow, and will be a
valuable hand at the mine.
Mrs. J. C. Wood of Grants Pass and
littlo daughter arrivod in Cottage Grove
Tuesday morninc. Mrs. Wood pre-
ceoes ner iiiiiuhimi
j,urneii ont jn California, nnd they are
iier husband who was recently
now looking for a new location
Mrs. E. M. Lcich nnd child of St
. . . , o t mi..
mmn .'';-""-" '""Z
of un.cago. wno nave '
... ,.. iioneiiiut mnii4i.. u. ..w
returned Sunday to Cottage Grove and
Tuesday morning departed onrouto
Harrison R. Kincaid, James Abrams,
Win. Renshaw, F. A. Rankin, Seth
Mp.Alister and Webster Kincaid, re
turned from the mines Saturday. Tho
gentlemen left for Eugene on the
freight that evening. They report hav
ing had a pleasant time
Judge Blanchard was up from
Ranier Monday in search of men
to assist in operating his large saw
mill at that place. Mr. Blanchard
could not secure desired assistance
in that town, and met disappoint
ment at this place. He proceeded
to Portland Tuesday, where lie
hoped to be able to find the
number of men he needed to go to
work. It's awful what demoral
mntr effect the maintenance of the
gold standard has had on business
interests in the saw mm arm
Infrp-iiitr camp in this county within
the last two years. Mills cannot oe
operated on account of it furnish
ing such a volume of labor else
where. It's "rackin" ," it's "de
pletin. " it's "demoraliziu. "
But, then one satisfaction remains
there seems to bo a painful
scarcity of'Coxey's armies and free
soup houses. St. Helens (Or.)
oo-t. ..... . ,
-)Cumming & Sehr.-
Can not be surpassed for real worth
in CHOICE GROCERIES,
Granite ware, Tin
ware, Wood and
And the way they hold prices down
will prove beneficial to every
economical buyer. A large
shipment of Sy r ups j ust recie ved
Also New Pickles in bulk, kegs
Look up the
CUMMING & SEHR.
C. M. IlKNDKKKK,
The Fashion Stables.
G. M- Herjderer & Qo. Prop.
H - ("V4fHhHVfriKWM lkAI
First-Class Turr.outs, Doualc or Single
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Economy t not
We now have n FUJ.r,
STOCK of the
F. B. PHILLIPS
HEAVY and SHELF
Stoves and Tinware: Hardware
Sundries; Carpenters Tools; Gar
den Tosls, and Miner's Supplies.
The Best Line of
Agriculture Implements in the
City, Including the Celebrated
:::::: StOUghton Wagon::::::
Mccormick binders and
MOWERS, GARDEN CITY
PLOWS, Etc. Headquarters for
Plumbing, Tin and Sheet Iron
F. B. P.HILLIPS.
t A New T '"- M
I itmt .1
j Kurklioliler. J
J. A. Fryer.
Proprietors of the Bohemia
Black Butte Stage Lines.
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
All kinds of Produce bought at
the highest market values.
Call and get acquainted with us.
We shall be pleased at all times to
quote you prices upon all lines
handled by us, whether you buy or
Our stock is new, neat and clean
and having had years of experience
in business, we assure you the very
best goods the market affords, and
the lowest possible prices
Remember the place: Phillips'
old stand, Cottage Grove Oregon.
Kotluols hereby Riven that the undersigned
h beon duly appointed hy the County Court
ofl-tuio County, Orexoii, administrator of tho
estate of Jniued Q. Hiuit, decoased, All persona
havlnftelalms apatnst snid estate are hereby
roquired to present the wuno to nie propcsly
verified, as by law required, at Wlldwood, Oro.,
within six months of the date hereof.
Dated this the :th day of June, 181)9.
J, T. Hunt,
Administrator of the estate of James Q. Hunt,
Masons' fruit jiirn all sizes, Vacum
fruit jiirs nil sizes, extra eaps nnd rub
bers, jelly glasses nnd fruit fillers. All
nt tho lowest possible prices at Cummino
A kuli. suit of summer underwear for
50 cents at Eakin & Hkistow's.
Ovoralls, tho host you over saw, 50
cents a pairut Kakik it BiubtoW's.
KomemberDr. l.L. Scofliiltl, Dentist
When you want dentid Work donet