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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1899)
Divotul UMlitMiniii, Lumbering mid Farming Interests of tliis Cominunity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Living.
Coinage Grov(,()reg-on, Friday, A.ug 18, 1899
Eakin & Bristow.
gh!ftwiU, llfltn, Collarf, nndOulIV.
fur; one a luty. CliniK!r than you
Trimming ami Drc Silks in nil col
ciitmi "Ivies t price Mint cverylody
imtfTord 1i vinir tliuni.
KM Gloves In "II color and Intent
nrlo fastening t "i"' -' lM!r
Molil-Hl'lilH" I Sllll'. Ill Mil tllM Mt
Iriclivr colors. I'rlcwt 2i :r mil. less
Ihm lt year.
Spring WritiM'r. Thry are purft-ct.
5onixlt worry almut making them
tifti bto rem tho tumble.
Eakin & Bristow.
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Only I.Vi.lK) cash for tile hunt mux!
Durability nml price equaled by mum. i '''H l-iitlit'H Shoes-Fine Shoes.
To evciy duly who buys one of our fJM.OO I "r !r' '-'-00 lUw "r(! vt!,'.v to ,,uilt
chain wheel within tho next IH) dnvH ",,r ,-'r,0 X0 f'O lini-H urn
uo will givu ii Kovul Camel Swecn'or 1 M,,v,'r llcd. Come and scu our prices
duccd pnlees. Now
Fifty pieces, nt re
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ikin I Bristow.
'Creliinnc, SilknlinoH Mini Draperies
nt I Oc to 25c.
i Dreni Linings. All the lalest 1 1 1 i n u -
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nml you will surely buy. Latent styles
in nil wiiltliH.
ChambrayH. AH colorH.
New Table Spreads and I'orliers in
Calicoes! Calicoes! Calicoes! Von
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Now Kibbons! New colorH, new
slyles mid new prices.
Your cash trade is what we want and
ii low prices and best goods count for
anything we will get a large share of it.
(akin (S Bristow. ' Eakin Bristow.
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S.,Kango!lH. has been recoived from
the surveyor general for Oregon, nnd on
Ti.es.lay August 22, 1800 nt nine
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the land embraced therein will be sub
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the perfection of claims initiated prior
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180.'. creating said reserve.
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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
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SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
We want wood on subscription.
That means wo want it now, not after
the rainy season sets in. Rring it in.
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Notice i heroby plyeu that liy vlrtiioot an
T....I linnr 111 lllilld tlult
scrlptibn llst'of tho Bohemia Nuggqt is
growing daily, u.HUhnt.the,P!opnetors
npprecinte tho atronago given tho
execution nu" usuo" ' "" "
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on tho llth lny ( July, IBM), on a JmlKiiienl
Octnlior, 1WS, for tho
of Klvo Unnitrcil
ami SIxtv-fonr niul m-im ilollnrs, with Interest
thereon from sni.l .list iliiy of October, , 18W. nt
tho rnto of s ver cent nor annum, mat moo at
torney's foes anil tho farther sum of 10 i-osts,
also ai'crnliiK costs. In a suit wherein W. B.
i rlsma" Vas plaintllf, anil I.oulso .eonnr.l
was ilofonilnnt. anil iiKftlnst tho ilofonilant,
Loiilso Looimni, nml locreo of forolosnro
anil onlorof riuo romierou n'", " h '":
in anillni! mo, In onlor to satisfy falil JuilKinont
d oosts, to soil tho following ilcseribo.l real
Tots ono, two, three fonr, ilyo, six. soven nml
clttht, In block No. 1. in llnzloton s Second
Aililltlou to Cottnuoarovo, Crogon, situated In
'Nm' oreVorcTln hona.no of tho state of
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Musick Mink, Aug. ri, 1899,
In coming into the Bohemia mining district, from Cottage Grove last
Monday, the writer enjoyed a ride that shall be fresh in his memory for
"many moons." Shortly before 7 o'clock that morning the stage,
drawn by four well groomed and spirited horses from the well known
Fashion Stables, presided over by Ed Patterson, the junior member of
the firm, wheeled down to the Hotel Sherwood, where the baggage and
freight going to the mines was put aboard. A short stop at the post
office for the Bohemia and way mail, which by the way has increased
wonderfully this year, was made, then the passengers climbed aboard
and we were off for the gold fields of Lane and Douglas counties.
Only three passengers were aboard Monday, Mr. Frank Jordan,
who has the gold fever to some extent, and who is now hard at work de
veloping something alleged to be way up yonder in richness, Mr. Shelley
and your humble servant.
The road is an exceedingly good ' one and in point of scenic pro
duction the last 20 miles is certainly Hard to surpass. We arrived at
the red bridge at 1 1 130 o'clock, 20 miles from Cottage Grove. Here we
partook of an excellent dinner at the well known stopping house of Mr,
Burnett. The roads split here, one crossing Row river leading to the
Musick mine, the other extending on and terminating at the Noonday
The ride up the mountain is one of interest to the lover of scenery,
from beginning to end. This grade is an exceedingly good one, the
road is smooth and one can hardly imagine, upon gaining the ridge
which has an altitude of about 5,550, that the 6 mile grade can be
followed with so little effort by the horses. It is a slow trip to be sure,
the time consumed in going up this six miles of mountain road being
alxjut four hours.
We cross and commence the descent upon the saddle between the
lofty peaks Fairview and Bohemia. As we turn over and down the
mountain the Musick mine stamp mill greets the eye and the sound of
machinery startles the ear.
Musick mill is situated about 1500 feet below the summit of Bo
hemia mountain. From this view you can look up to the rocky peak of
Bohemia to your right, and towering old Fairview to your 'left.
Mr I. H. Bingham the superintendent of the Musick sustains his
town reputation as one of the jolliest entertainers iu the diggings, and
nothing is too good for the many visitors to the camp, The mill is
running day and night, not an hour in the 24 being lost. Some 40 men
ate now steadily employed and every man has a good word for the mine
and its management.
Your correspondent had the pleasure of going through the mines
the other day and to a tender-foot it is a marvel.
Over at the Helena the new 10 stamp mill is going up with a rush
and in a short time the Musick and Helena mills will exchange
courtesies through the medium of steam whistles. The Stock & Har
low 5 stamp mill, by the way the first mill brought in here, is running
right along on ore from Zinaker & Graber's famous mine, the Vesuvius,
now bonded for S35,ooo. The boys have just struck another rich lead
which is paying big, and before the expiration of the bond they will add
several thousand dollars to their already liberally filled sack.
The boys aie hard workers and certainly deserve the good luck
which seems to be hovering near them.
I was over to the Brunei, Getys and Knowles property the other
day. these gentlemen are doing some substantial work upon their Sweep
stake claim, and their prospect are vprv bright. I had the pleasure of
taking dinner at the home of Mr. Bfu id, preside 1 over by his very
estimable daughter who came in from their former home, on the Siuslaw
river some two weeks since, and I assure you I sat down to a meal fit
for a king. In the afternoon Mr. Brund and Mr. Gettys invited me to
join in a hunt down the canyon, and the result was a fine two-point buck,
which fell before the unerring aim of Chas. Getys. Tho "unerring""
part of it however, wasin the tenth or twelfth shot.
The diggins are full of prospectors and visitors, and the day is
rapidly approaching when Bohemia, grand old mountain, will warm
the imposing irown into a pleasant smile which will Hash down upon
one ot the busiest mining camps in the Pacific Northwest, and, per
chance, a famous summer resort. I know of no place where I would
sooner spend a few weeks of recreation than here among the "crags and
peaks of the Cascades. Among those visiting here are Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Jones, Miss Laura Jones, who so successfully edits the Drain
Watchman, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Boyd, Mrs Benham and daughter Joste,
Rev. and Mrs. M. O. Brink, and Mr. Wm. Lundy of Myrtle Point.
Mr. C. H. Bttrkholder of the well known firm of Hemenway and Burk
holder of your city, arrived Thursday night in company with Al White.
With these gentlemen came Messrs. Hart and Boyd two mining experts
from the famous Colorado Cripple Creek country. They come to look
into the merits of Mr. White's properties, and ostensibly to make in
quiries relative to the camp in general. Tho gentlemen are said to be
very favorably impressed, and it is alleged that if their report is favorable
to Bohemia, next year will see hundreds of mining men with capital in
Capital is what is needed here and prospectors realize it. So the
sooner it comes the better for all parties concerned.
U. S. Deputy Marshal Morse came in Wednesday and at some ones
instigation took out a number of the Helena boys including two of the
owners, Messrs. James and Dick Jennings. It is said that a warrant was
issued charging them with interferring with a U. S. mineral surveyor.
In the eyes of those best acquainted with Helena affairs, it is generally
conceded that it is a farce from start to finish, and that the tax payers
will soon become tired of the muss, for which in the eves of the con
servative, there is nc occasion.
Mrs. Eugene Chase wife of one of the, Musick mine men, accom
panied by her two childred arrived here Wednesday evening.
i.niiiii, unction, in iiiu iiiKuvnv M1....W1. ....
snliloct to loilcmi'tli'ii. at 'ho south iloorot tno
c mrt hoiisuln Kimono. l.ano eountv. Oregon,
0 Xt rdny tho until day of A ngnst 1SOT. I'Otwcou
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-wIt,nt t o'clock i. in., on ""Vi.tl""
a.od this 18th -lay ojuly,
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
All parties owning dogs within
corporato limits oi Cottago Grove
horebv notified to pay their dog
. 100 acres pf land, with good house,
10 barn, otc; two streams of running water
nv0 on tho placojnn oxcollent stock ranch
tax in a good community, unoot tno uest
siioiill'of I.11110 County, Orogon.
ly II. J, Day, Deputy.
Quick dcllvery-Tho Weekly Oregonlatu
as prescribed by tho eitv ordinance on county .scliqols . within 1M- miles; eur-
luii.. , ..( ir. 1Snn lounded by some of tho beat farmeB in
or befo.o August 15, 1800. Lane county. Will trade for Cottage
Dated this 25th day of July, 1800
By order of the City Council
Grovo resident property; improved of
unimproved. Inquire at this office