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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1899)
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CJol (no.(-, Grove, Oregon; Friday, Oc.l 6, 1899.
IS CAIJJUJ to nuIJlegautline of RADIUS WRAPS. Hist in. direct
k . from the factory.
Vm STVI1'" QUALITY and I'RICli, we cannot he iJXCIJMjSD.
Call and see them at the Old Reliahle Store!
LIVE AND LET LIVE, IS pUR MOTTO
AJvLN & J3IIISTOW
The Following Article was Published in the Mining Record of Denver,
Colorado, the only Daily Mining Paper in the World, Under
Date of September 25, and is well Worth Reading.
YOU' ARE CAUTIONED
NOT TO HUY GOODS out of Town or elsewhere, before examining our large and
well selected stock of General Merchandise,
IF YOU U'11,1 I IKK!) the above warning, you will profit by it. We sell goods ''j
at HKD-ROCK PRICKS.
GF.N'TS' Overcoats and Furnishing goods.
LADIKS' wrappers and furnishings. PRICKS WIM, SUIT.
EAKIN & BR ISTOW, Cottage Grove, Or
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Oir New Fall Stock!
NEWNESS, BRIGHTNESS AND EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES.
During the next Thirty Days we will greatly increase our stock, which will be large and well selected
N'ew goods are constantly arriving, and we are marking them as low as RKIJAUIvK goods can be sold.
All are invited to visit our store. It is no trouble for us to show goods whether you buy or not.
Bohemia, Ore., Sept. 18. A
call from Oliver Gilberson, a former
Cripple Creek miner now employed
at the Music mine, added much
"pleasure to a quiet, beautiful Sab
be th, and wouid have reminded
one of two old women gossiping.
As we talked about old times, old
acquaintances and scenes familiar
to us both, Battle mountain, Bull
hill, Raven hill, and so on, we
, were quite at home again. Here
the talk is about Bohemia moun
tains, Kairview, Grouse and Griz
zly mountains. We were agreed
"perfectly as to the similarity of
the districts, as to formation and
1 character of the ores. The veins,
called by every one here "ledges,"
; are true fissures, beyond doubt,
are very wide and are considered
heie to re free milling, yet I doubt
if Colorado people would be satis
fied to save such a small per cent of
, the value, as is saved. Concen
trates are produced in large quanti
ties and run very high, while the
tailings are rich enough to cover
expense of mining. Have never
seen so many or so rich specimens
as are here. Have visited one pro
perty where I was permitted to
take out some large pieces just
covered with gold when I can do
that there is no guess about, it, is
There is only one patented claim
( the Nott property ), " two others
have now applied, the Helena and
Musick. One of the Helena men
Save iMoiiey by JiLiyhio: G-oocls of us!
Dry Goods Department.
U'c arc showing h nice mill well se
lected line of Dress Goods Ribbons,
Hriiiiln ami Trimmings tit very low
fit" to I Of pr yd.
Outlays and Teasledowns
Jk to rjiac r yd,
30c, 50c. 7e and $1.00. Thcv are all
value at tlit price,
fit't our prices beforo buying else-where.
; Gents' Fur nl slil no.
We have an elegant line of Under
wear for Fall ami Winter we will
Hiirprifu you nt r0 pur garment ami
' for l."0 " per noil vou ean have a
line Genuine Silk Fleeced
Overlook our Grocery Department
We have a well selected stock at rook
Kadles Flue Siohs
$1.25 to prpair.
Minis Finn Shims.
$1.75 to $1.00 pr pair.
Wo carry n nice lino of shoes for
children ladies and men both low-
priced and hijrh-priced, but in overv
instance we are Hafe in challenging
any retailor to exeell our priced on
the Hamo grade of goods .
When you buy shoes again inspect
Glassware, Jewelry, Hats ami caps
Wo will soon add our Drmr Denart
nieiit, Clothing, Crockery and China-
A line line of Childrens' and Ladies'
Collate Grove, Oregosa.
A- It LOW
DRAIN - - - OREGON.
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J. E. Young,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OBlOa Main Htrcot, Went Hlilo,
Cottage Grove, Oreyon.
IIOLXKNUKCK BROS. AND
Speciai attention given to Mining
Business and Collections.
Spawn .... . . Ouihio.n.
Headquarters for Mining
F.very want attended to. o
IIIU.MUH W. THOMPSON CHAB, A. JIAItllY.
ypoiipsoi & Hardy,
Attorneys and Counselors at
Special Mtontion given to
tha Law of Jin,6s.
G O TO
Patter Guaranteed not to Crack
Office, Nain Street, next to J. E.
young's law office.
Mrs. Pel SsmffoiMl's,
Main Street, Ootttijjo Grove, Dr.
is under bonds-pending trial for
smashing a United States deputy
surveyor's instruments to pieces
because he wanted to survey for an
adverse. There are many loca
tions, but at present only developed
by assessment. Locations may be
had now at your own price. There
is much ground yet to be located,
and I would like to see about one
hundred Colorado prospectors in
here. I have some men working
properties on which I have taken a
bond and lease. There are fine
opportunities for mining men and
capitalists. I believe we could
guarantee 200 tons of ore a day
right now to a plant that could
treat it. I think chlorination would
be the thing. We reach camp by
stage from Cottage Grove twice a
week. It is about forty miles dis
tant. There are indications of real
live times here. - New men are
coming from all parts and another
year will see things hum; Quite
a number of mining men from
British Columbia are coming in.
All express themselves much
delighted and wonder how we keep
it still so long.
Oregon is a new country, arid she
has had some mining sections
known for several years, but has
never been advertised. She will
now take her place in the list of
producing states. This is a large
district; gold is the metal, but like
proud old Colorado, we can give
you copper, lead or silver in pay
He Receives the Sword Voted Him
Washington, Oct. 3. The culmina
tion of Admiral Dewey's triumphal
home-coming was reached today in the
shadow of the dome of the national
eapitol. Here he received from the hands
of the president a magnificent jewelled
sword, voted by congress, in commemo
ration of the victory of the battle of Ma
nila bay. Dowoy's modesty was in evi
dence from the moment he reached the
stand side by side with the president,
lie paused at this point for n moment,
unwilling, apparently, to take the place
that had been prepared for him on the
right of the platform, lest he should ap
pear to usurp the place duo to the chief
magistrate. President McKinley grasped
the situation in an instant, and taking
his great sea captain by the arm, placed
him by gentle forco in the chair that
had been intended for him.
Later in the day, as the carriages bear
ing the ollicial party drove away from
tho eapitol, between the walls of cheer
ing people, tho president again displayed
his tact by remaining covered and ig-1
noring tho demonstration himself, leav-1
ing its acknowledgment to the admiral.
For Dewey it was a trying as well aa
a triumphal day. None but those
nearest to him could see how he labored
to repress his feclingsdttriug the address
of Secietary Long, but when ho arose to
receive the sword from the hands of tho
president, no one could mistake tho
flash of the white gloved hand as it rose
to dash nwny tears, beforo the admiral
came to the rigid attitude of attention
before his chief.
When it became Admiral Dewey's
turn to reply his voice failed him, and
he made an cllbrt twice beforo his lips
would respond. When ho did start,
his tones were clear and steady, but so
low, that only those nearest him' could
hear. As tho admiral closed and took
his seat, ho hired to tho president and,
in a tone of (inizzical appeal, inquired:
"Now, really, don't you think I did
j pretty well for an amateur ?"
Willie Thompson, while testing tho
weight of some new stamps at tho
depot, for tho Music mill Thursday
morning, bumped ono against another
with his linger between. Result.
Fore flngor nearly cut oft.
A marriage license wns issued today
by County clerk I.eo to G. G. Stono
and Miss Grace Jenkins. The Nugget
extends congratulations in advance.
i. HAVi: FOKMOIIE THAN 33 YEAKS I1EE.N CELEBJUTED Full TIIEIB EXTJtEJIEACCUlUCV J
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upwards Every arm wo'turn out is warrantea
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