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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1899)
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I.afiMltJ in Diono'H mill to tliu lino bo.
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,nl,, John Ll.rUy und Win. The following bills were then allowed :
fcaroctwe nne.it.vrm ., ..... curm a rtintr Spray hauling gravel, MO
pjThoi. Miller wm acquitted, j V(1 t fl5 ()()
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Hrnco Wulkur wiih in tho uitv
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iihtto Kngeiio. th funornl rurvlron j Kobert Orilfln collection of water
lfre hem t the UiiiiiDoriinni rrriby-! rent 0 Oo
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jrdte ielf , hnvlfiu been rulni;.l Intro. J Ai.VeUon electric I ilitH 8S 00
Unawaj. Coliiitre (itovo Wntur Co. rent 5 00
Theteum of Wllllnm McCoy wnM luft j U" s "emiett layltiK water pipe... 1 M
.n.llnv on Wnll ntrci't Weilncmlnv. '
In,, lock notion to run nml Atarlcd I 111'. UKU'.INAI. "Kir."
IfcfthrhrlilRf n lively rnto. At. thev
ami tho approach they Mtruck the
Iwjiifl iraiiMt tlx) electric light pulit mi
IiUrarntrof Wobor a ciKr vtitnil, nml
Mibulit Into Miilthent'ni. It .lid not
ktkthem hawuvurxtul they run ncrorni
lit bridge were I hey were toppel.
Thrl. O. F. IxIrc of thin cityl"
I raring no paina to rnnke their new
m (CiiiiimlnK Hall) an attractive
ll;.UArtrn. They hnvu laid a new
ldfjt, and placed their own lrxlo room
Tlicrcisa jttiictiott Jiear Bucy
i us. O., wJiii h is the worst in the
country. At least that is the ver
dict returned by Joseph Jefferson,
actor, and Gtis Williams, enter
tainer, who happened to meet there
last season. And in order to pass
awav the time between trains, Mr.
Jefferson told Mr. Williams a per
sonal experience, which Gits re-
ikfrrfihlniri In th hall, lioidde miiklnc peats in his unctuous way.
IiirdcIrafilu chnngeM in tho matter of
Win fur tke euvcral lodxua .
5ov. Dth. IfiOO.nl tint honiH of tho
Some time ao, it appears, Mr.
Jefferson received a large "cer
iainty" for a single performance
We'Miaront,, '.Mr. and Mr,. U.M,r:o i f Uil Van Winkle at Catskill, N.
Ut, Mr. E. C. Conner to Minn Myrtlu
X. Lei, Tho coniractiiikC partlon arc
ci'intf tho lilfhuit iMteeiiiiMl yoiim;
fwpl&of CitUKi (irorc and their many
fripJi with them tho uroutoat joy a
liif journoy life toothor.
P. Ketrcomb brought yc editor a box
cfpoUloo of the lJurbank-Snowlliike
ndety, overapini; 7 inches in
bjth and proportionately larc. Tho
(Qllcman hat 1 1-4 aercH plnnttxi to
i?ad mt aa he will hnrvunt 400
While 0. A. Van Floot wn tnnvins a
loaiaat flnginaw Wwlncmlay, he had
tk mitfortiinu to bare a boavv timber
itrikehU left foot, which bruined it
Krerely, occ.iHionln(f him to tnko to
Miches for ifcvoral days.
To Work Fur 11 II.
J. A, Archabuld, John Vf nllnce, Ilort
Voad, Dave Marklcv, .lolm Youiir and
IktThoman, well known mochantcrt of
"ill place, left Friday for California
lire they will work on tho S P bride,e,
"ow under construction nt Oravillo.
T(lo Ancinimcnt JFork.
J.P. Hart, Jna. M. Hart, M. A.
Hemcnway and Jack Morgan loft Mon
' for tho Champion mine to do the
"Miiment work for tho year for that
"opany under the miporviBlon of the
loriman Jaa. Scara.
.ilrB.Jolm Hull comcH to tlio front in
potato raising buslneHS. Last Hprinp
M planted ono potato and fiom that
jntln'has barvoHted 107 pounds of
jwn:arkotablo'MurpheyB" who can
If you want a cook atovo, boatitiR
Ve or camp atovo go to F. B.
WhUo blankotn nt Eakin fc BriatowF,
111 the way from 60c to $10 per pair.
b, Pjti'i.untH lina Ida now stock of
Raters in. Go nml seo thorn tboy m o
Be sure nml boo tho IntOHt BtyleB in
Melnnd Wi,UOr ,mtH' "Ht nrrlvctl ut Mlsa
Ealcln & BrlBtow nro ngenta for tho
"enuiuo Oliver Chilled and Steol
ri)wa and oxtrna.
y8i havo you aeon those flno shot
""Gimu A Vkatoh Co.
'A. I.ow1b, boot nml ahoo rcpnir
10P. Firat claas work, low prices.
"Pposlte Shorwood Hotel.
Y., by the Washtnirton Irving
society, then meeting theie. The
idea was to have Irving's Rip ap
pear on his native heath on the
evening succeeding the business
meeting of the society.
Well, the comedian arrived there
with the members of his company
about 7 o'clock in the afternoon of
the day and repaired to the hotel
for dinner. Seated in the crowded
dining room with the swell
Knickerbockers he heard a conver
sation between two of the colored
waiters just behind his chair.
'Wat's all dis crowd here fob?"
one asked of the other. "P'litical
"Naw," was the reply, "it am a
mcetin' iu' ob de Henry Irving
"Who's Henry Irving??'
"Dc man who wrote Rip Van
"An' who's Rip Van Winkle?"
"A man who lived in this yere
"I guess not. I've bin here
fifteen yeahs an I know everyone
iu dis yere town. Nevah knew no
Rip Van Winkle."
"Aw, dis man lived heah befo
y0' wuz born. He wuz a Dutch
man. One night be went up in de
mountains back yondah an' met
some spooks. He got drunk wid
dctn an' fell asleep an' he slep fer
twenty years. Den he woke up
an' came right down here to dis
village, right where dis hotel am.
"Slep" for twenty yeahs 1 ex
claimed the colored man. "You
don't b'leevedat yarn, does yo i
"Ilesb," whispered the waiter,
ierking his thumb toward Mr.
Jefferson. "Dere's de man now
eatin' bis diutiah."
Knkin & Bristow Imvo a now ml this
wook. In tho ml thoy call attention to
n flno lino cf wraps uat In. Call and see
Suits 1 Suits 11 Tailor miulo suits!!!
Up todato In every respect, from $15 up.
Call and see samples. Gjso
Remember Dr. i.L. Scoflold, Dentist
when you want dental work done.
Gold Blossoms, tho name of the b. st
5 cent cigar on tho inarket-ask for
! OhiiH. Brunoati of tho Helena is in
j I'orry Long left for the mines Thurs
I Arthur B. Talt was a coller ut litis
Kingal Hinds made a trip to his mln
ing interests tliin week.
Ht. I. IJ. Bingham visited tho
Musick mine this week.
Bob Martin was an out going passen
ger to tho mines Tuesday.
Dave Allison arrived Tuesday on a
visit with paruutH and friends.
Attorney John M. Williams of Ku
gone wiih in tho city luM liiuiiday.
Jack Morgan tho well known miner
ami prospector was in town this week.
B. J. Jennings and Alex Spare re
lumed from a tilp to Bohemia Monday.
.0. and B. K Walkr. of Walker
station wore in Cottage UroveThursday.
M. A . McKibben is down tliin week
from tho Musick mine shaking hands
Joseph Woodruir, superintendent of
tho Champion mine was in the city this
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Harris
of Kugene spent Monday in Cottage
Grove on official business.
I). B. Murray, superintendent of tho
Noonday, left for tho mines Monday in
company with Cy Miller.
Walt Baker has been .'is-isUm: in the
Kxchange saloon during Mr. Walkers
absence in the mi nut .
L. Luich has an attractive show win
dow this week, showing sumo veiy
pretty drawn work by Mrs. Lurch.
P. J.Jennings of Jennings Bros, and
Hruiiftau, owners of the famous Helena,
camo up from Portland Monday morn
ing. C. H. Park superintendent of tho
Vesuvius and Stocks it Harlow property
returned Tuesday from a visit to the
C. C. Doughty, who for years has
been identified with tho newspaper busi
ness in Polk oounty, is now represent
ing the San Francifreo Examiner, and
spent several days of this week in Cot
Election returns arc as vet incomplete.
New York City U democratic, Maiyland,
Missibsippi, Nebraska are democratic;
while Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania,
Now Jorcev and Iowa are undoubtedly
W. W. Masterson and Mat Sehr are iu
from their inininu claims. Mr. Sehr who
with tioinewhat run down when he left
the store and needed a vacation badly,
has grown fat and "sassy" dinco he
turned honest miner, and you couldn't
kill "Bill" anyway.
-)Cu mining & Sehtv-
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 Syrups just recieved
Also New Pickles in bulk, kegs
Look up the
CUVVVING & SEHR.
C. M. Hkndekkr,
E. J. Patterson,
J. A. Fryer.
The Fashion Stables,
G. M- Heiclerer & Go- Prop.
fa Proprietors of the Bohemia k
6 Black Butte Stage Lines. 8;
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Good music at the Lorauc Thanks
giving dance. Irwin I'etrie and Mra
Ed Ashby will furnish it.
Remember the Lorn no Thanksgiving
Try the new cigar factory's cigars,
made right in your, own town. 5 and
10 cent goods. Ask your dealer for
Take your ahoo repairing to J. W.
Nokos opposite Backet store. Ho will
givo you satisfaction at moderate priccB.
Dr. Lowo the well known graduate
oculu-optician has located permanently
in Eugene. When you want glasses
have him test your eyes in tho jowolry
storo of Joe Lucky.
L. Lurch haa two very nttractivo
windows this week. Seo them.
No matter what you want we have it
ut Gumming k Sohr.
Wanted Five hundred customois to
como and boo our umbrellas . just re
ceived from tho niakor8. Prices 50c to
Eaki.v A Bitistow
Boyd will make 21 stamp photos,
sevon positions, for 25 cents.
Now sweaters for men and boya, both
wool and cotton. Hemonwny & Burk
holdcr. Pink salmon bellies, very choico at
dimming & Sehr.
Nokea the shoo ropairor opposite
Backet store. Good work and cheap
Tho Northern Pacific huvo recently
established an agency in our city with
Mr. James Homonwuy ns agent. Cal
on or writo him in regard to tickets to
all Eastorn points.
Now crockery nud glasawaro at
Ci'MMixo A: .Sniut'w.
Are now Well vStocked with WIN
TER GOODS. Quality,
the very best aud
prices that will.
UP-TO-DATE line in
Call and See Us."-s
HEriKNWAY & BURKHOLDER,
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
It, and Feed.
USED BY BRITISH SOLDIERS IN
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known
nil over Africa as commander of tho
forces Hint captured tho famous rebel
Galisho. Under date of Nov. 4, 1897,
from Vryburg, Bochuanalaud, ho writes
"Before starting on the last campaign :
bought a quantity of Chamborlain'a
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which I used myself when troubled with
bcwel complaint, and had gi von to my
men, and in every case it proved bono
licial." For sale by Benson Drug Co.,
Cottage Grovo Druggists. Lyons &
Aitleqatk, Droin Druggists.
Something new in ladies hose.
Houionway & Burkholder.
Wool, cotton and fleeco lined undor
wear, ainglo and combination for
ladies, Hemonway & Burkholder.
When you wont a good smoke ask for
Gold Blossoms made at Cottage Grovo
Tho Cottage Grovo cigar factory haa
first class 5 and 10 cent goods now on
Halo in every house in town ask for them.
Thoy are all right.
Take your laundry to Geo. E.
GrifHth, agent of tho Eugene Palaco
Laundry. Goes down Thursday and
ct urns Saturday afternoon.
All kinds of Produce bought
UN- the highest market values.
All Grades auS11 and S4 acquainted with
We sifoll be pleased at all times to
quote you prices unon all( lines
handled by us, whether you buy or
Our stock is new, neat and clean
aud 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.
HOLLENIjJECK BROS. AND
Headquarters for Mining
Every want attended to.- o
Mrs. Pet Sanford's,
Main Skreot, Cottage Grove, Or.