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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1899)
Devoid to il.e Mining, Umbering and jfB
'"arming Interests of this Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
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'ollaii Grove, Oregon, Friday, Anc?. 11, 1899.
Eakin & Bristow.
ghirt walU, lb-Its, Collar , mid Cuffs.
Jr7 one a lcuty. Clii!iiMr tliun you
Trinirnltiic anil Irc Bilkn in nil col-
lis fford to wear tlii'in.
Kill GIovm in nil color ami latent
,tre faitcnlii)n at 1.00 nnil "J .25 ;r
MoiifSfline Po Sole. In nit the at
trietivn color. Price 25 jh.t cent, lem
thin but year.
Spring Wrappers. They nrc perfect.
Jfontedto worry nluiut making them
cmii ve V'ou tho trouble.
hkin I Itetow.
Aim. Ict Siinford'N,
Utin Street, Cottage Grove, Or.
J. E. Young,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW,
UBnOn UilnillNl, West Hide.
Cottage Grave, Oi'Cfoit.
L. L. Stevens,
Special attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
Kuokxb .... ... OllEIIOS.
- -THE EXCHANGE
ALP WALKCR .... MMtpr.
Main Strtet, Cottage Groec, Ore.
Aokxth Wanted Fou "The Life ash
Achievements of Admiral Dewey," the
world' greatest nnvnl hero. Hy Mtirat
Halstead, the life-long friend mid ad
mirer of the nation's idol. Biggest and
beat book ; over 500 pages, 8x10 inches;
nearly 100 pages half tone illustrations.
Only $1.50. Enormous demand. Big
Commissions. Outfit free. Chunceofa
lifetime Write quick. The Dominion
Company, 3rd Floor Cuxton Jlldf.,
Old papers for sale at this office.
CALL FOR COUNrvr WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that tho follow
ing warrants will bo paid on presenta
tion at my ofllco on and after July U.
1809. Iutercstxm samo will censo' uly
12, 1800. All Lane county warrants
from registered number 5358 to 551)3
Dated, Eugene, July 10, 1800.
A. S. Pattkuson,
Note till?: You can procuro tho Bo
hernia Nuggot, your homo paper and tho
8t Louis Globe-Democruo for $1,76 per
yer, cuyh In advance,
Eakin & Bristow.
Only ,'!r,.oo caHi for the best goods.
! Durability and price, collided by none.
, To cveiy lady who buys ono ofoiirW.OO
iclialii wheels within tho nuxl 00 days
wit will give n Koynl Carpet Sweeper
Outing Flannels, Fifty plecce. at re
duced palees. New patt;rns anil col
on, o:ii...ii...... m... i. .
I wiiifiiiiuo, uiiKiiiiiiun iiiui iriijicricg
I t 10c to 25e.
I Dress Linings. All the latest things
t in nlaln nml fancies. Near Silk. Hill:
Stripes, and l'ercaliiics mid Sileeies.
1'orcnllnt'H. An nHcoilinnnt of rotors
that do not full to attract favorable at
tention. Wiw (fi Brisk.
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Railway Co., to asv aiiiiuf.hh ui-ox
IIKCKIIT, IX STAMPS, Oil OTHKIl
WIHK.OFTIIK AMOUNTS NAMED
An annual publication of about 100
pages, gotten up in inor't attractive style
and beautifully illucl rated in half-tone.
The contents of each number are varied
and didcieiit from in predncesMir. The
N'oitTHKKN Pacific bus become noted fur
this publication. Tim FinkstThino ix
ItAII.WAV LlTKIUTUItK. .Scllll six CdltS.
YKI.I.OWSTONK PARK MAP
A lelief map of Yellowstone Park.
Printed on 1 rut paper, and suitable for
mounting or framing and for use in
schools, class rooms, etc. Tho best mail
of tho Paik that is publicly distributed.
Mailed in pastlmard tubes. Send lOcts.
A nieelv illustrated pamphlet, descrip
tive of Mount Kanier, Washington, the
grandesl ice-covered peak in the United
Slates. Send two cents.
An illnstiatcd folder and relief majt of
the Kootenai Region in UritishColuinbia
north of Spokane. Send two cents.
AKMY AND NAVY HOOK
Tolls about Mb the U. S. and Spanish
armies and navies at beginning of Spanish-American
war. Map of Cuba and
adjacent islands. A vest iiocket lustorv
well worth preserving lor reference.
Send ten cents.
tlioue write the address
carefully, and state where advertisement
was seen. .,
Glum. S. I'KK,
HT. I'Al'Io MINX.
Unitrd Statks Land Offick,
ItoBoburg, Ore., July 20, 1890.
Noticois hereby given that tho ap
proved plat of survey of Township 21,
S., Range 3 E. bus been received from
tho surveyor general for Oregon, and on
Tuesday August 22, 1899, at nine
o'clock a, m. Tho said plat will bo
filed in this ofllco. Said township
being within tho Caacado forost resorvo,
tho land embraced therein will bo sub
ject to entry on and after that date for
the perfection of claims initiated prior
to executive order of September 28,
1803, creating said resorvo.
J.T. UllllKJUS, Ruoihtf.u,
J. II. Rootii, Receivor.
Just bear in mind that tho sub
Hcriplion list of tho Bohemia Nugget is
growing daily, and that tho proprietors
appreciate tho patronage given, tho
Eakin & Bristow.
Khoes Ladies Shoes Fine Shoes.
Our if 1.50 mid $2.00 lines are very to bent
ami our $2.50, 1.00 anil $,'U0 "lines are
never ciiialeii. Come anil nee our price
ami you will surely buy. Latest t-tylc-H
in all widths.
Chanibrays. All eolorH.
New Table SpreadH and Porticrs in
Calicoes 1 Calicoes! Calicoes! You
I will acknowledge their superiority at
New Ribbons! New colors, new
jfityleB and new prices.
I Vour cash trade is what we want and
if low prices and bent foods count for
anything we will gut a large share of it.
Eakin 4 Bristow
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodwork of all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor
ing, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
Wo want wood on subscription.
That means wo want it now, not after
the rainy season sets in. x Bring it in.
Hon km 1 a Nuucikt.
A yt-nrs subscription to tho American
Home-maker, given with each casli-in-iidvauco
subscription, at $1.50, to Bo
SIIKKU'F'S SALE ON FOKKCI.08UKE.
Notice Is hereby given that by vlrtiioof nn
execution only lesueil out of the Clri-ult Court
ofthoHtntoof Oregon, for the County of Ijiiio,
on the Hth liy of July, IS'JO, 011 a Judgment
tendered In wild Court on the Ulst ilny of
Oetobor, ISiW, for tho sum of Five Hundred
unit Hlxtv-four and WM00 dollars, with Interest
thereon from mild Ulst day of Octobor, 181)8, at
tho rato of 8 nor oont per annum, and JW.OO at
torney's fees, and tho further sum of 10 posts,
also accruing costs. In a suit wherein V . 8.
Chrlsman was nlalntlll, nnd 1-oulxo I-connrd
was defendant, and against tho defendant,
Louise I-conard, and on a decree of forclosuro
and order of snlo rendorcd In said court, com
manding me, In ordor to satisfy said judgment
and costs, to sell the following deseribod real
property, tuwlt: , .
Lots one, two, thrco, four, llvo, six, sovon and
olght, in block No. 1. 1" llazloton's Second
Addition to Cottago Grove, C rogon, situated in
I.ano count v, Oregon. ,.,,,, f
Now, therefore, in tho name of tho stato of
Oregon. Incompliance with said Writ, I will
oiler for salo tho abovo described premises at
imullo auction, to tho highest blddor, for cash,
subject to redemption, at tho south door of the
court house In Kugono, l.ano eountw Oregon,
on Saturday tho 21IU1 day of August IKW.botwcen
tho hours ol 9 o'clock a. in. and i o'clock p. m.,
to-wit.at 1 o'clock p.m., on said day.
'Vte'd this 1Mb day of July,
Hhcrlll'of I.ano County, Oregon.
Hy II. J, Iav, Deputy.
Quick delivery Tho Weekly OrcBon.lan,.
TUli YAQUI WAR.
Chicago, Aug. 8. A special to
the Recorder from Guaymas. Mexi
General Torres lias almost com
pletely .surrounded Dicam, a Yaqui
stronghold, where nearly 2000
savages are massed. On the ar
rival of the artillery and the ma
chine guns, the Mexican general
will close in on the Indians and pre
cipitate the biggest battle ever
fought between the government and
The reports from General Torres
regarding the killing ofRemleyand
Miller say their bodies were found
hanging from a tree with their
hands and feet cut off. The up
rising reaches down the Yaqui
riqer to the sea, and extends north
to the Sahuaripa district.
The government now has nearly
5000 men in the field. Two hun
dred volunteers will leave Guaymas
for Medano tonight on the steamer
Jalisco. A fight is expected on
Central Oregon State Normal School, Drain, Oregon
Will open its doors for the new school year on September 11, 1809. Tho buildings
having been thoroughly renovated and improved, new apparatus added, and
other improvements made for tho comfort and convenience o( the students.
GOOD BOARDING AND DORMITORY ADVANTAGES AT THE LOWEST
Uniform State Normiil School Oourae Complete Training School
In connection with Normal, where seniors are professionally trained under tho
supervision of a Critic Teacher, who will give his entiro time to this work.
Graduates of this school are given a credit of thirty months' teaching experience
which enables them to reach the Life Diploma in tho quickest and most satisfac
tory manner. Send your address for complete catalogue to
JOHN It. WALKElt, A. JI., President of Vacuity.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Robeiiuko, On.,)
June 21, 1899. f
Notice is berobv given, that tho following-named
settler has tiled notico of
Ids intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proot
will be made before Jool Ware, U. S.
Commissioner at Eugene, Oregon, on
August 9, 1899, viz: Augusta Boucken
hoimer on II. E. No. 9091 for tho NW
N W H "nd lot 1, sec. 30, T. 22 S., R. 3
Ho names tho following witnessess to
provo his continuous residenco upon
and cultivation of said land, via:
Levi Geer, Wallace Sbortridgo, Mary
Masey, Mrs. Allen Sbortridgo, of Cot
tago Grove, Oregon.
J . P. BnindES,
All parties owning dogs within tho
enrtxirato limits oi Cottaco Grove avo
horoby notified to pay thoir dog
as prescribed by tho city ordinance
or beforo August 15, 1809.
Dated this 25th day of July, 1899.
By order of tho City Council
Boyd gallery will bo closed August 3i
'or two weeks.
entering the Yaqui river with a
large band of savages that last week
attacked and burned three sloops.
APPJOS EOR RECOGNITION.
Insurgents Ask For Foreign Powers
to Recognize Their Goverment.
Manila, Aug. 8. Aguinoldo has
appealed to the powers for recog
nition of "Filipino independence"
in a document dated Tarlac, July
27, and signed by Buencamihio.
It has been received by all the
foreign consuls in Manila with the
request that they forward it to their
Manila, Aug. 9. General Mac
Arthur's force, consisting of 4,000 men
advanced live miles beyond San Fer
nando today, encountered and defeated
a Filipino force of 0,000 men. The
enemy retreated,, leaving many dead
dead and wounded . The American losa
in killed and wounded was twenty.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon.
Juno 27, 1809.
Notico is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notico of his
intention to make final proof in support
of bis claim, and thatsaid proof will bo
made beforo Joel Ware, U. S. Com
missioner at Eugene, Oregon, on Au
gust 14, 1890. viz; John Grav on II. E.
No. 0093 for tho Lots 12, 13. 14 and 15,
sec. 32, T. 21S., R. 2 W.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous residenco upon
nnd cultivation of said land, viz:
Joseph Perkins, John B. Mosoby,
William Champion, John Hubbard, of
Cottago Grove, Oregon.
J. T. Bridges,
EOR SALE OR TRADE.
100 acres of land, with good houso,
barn, etc; two streams of running water
on the place; an oxcollent stock ranch
in a good community. Ono of tho best
county schools within 1 miles; sur
rounded by some of tho best farmes In
Lauocbunty. Will trado for Cottago
Grovo resident property; improved or
unimproved. Inquire at this office.
The Denver Times-Sun and the Bo
I homia Nugget, both papers sent to any
address for $1,50 cash in advance.
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