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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1900)
Bring Your job Work to the
Nugpet Job Office.
Cottage Grove Advcrthe in
Dtiyulwl to lilts Mining. J,iitiiborIlig ami F.aimhig' IitlcrcnU of lhi Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.'
Oofcfcago G-rovt?, Oregon, 3Mday,.-A-pril SO, 190CX
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Traiusaclo (U'.ucmal ixmitliuj
Easiness in (ill lis iimnches.
CnttUK" Ulovn, rt-aoil i
Cottnga flrovo .... Orrjn
O. JC. (lrl filth, Prop,
J. E. Vouiitf,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, OMooOn Main atrtnt,
J. S. NEDLEY, s
Attorney At Law,
Cottage (trove, Oregon.
dm North of HiiUIn k ltrhtow'n,
Mrs. KoiiHTineSchlciT, Pi. D.
Our Spring line of ladies
Dress Skirts, Underskirts
Silk Gapes, Fancy Rib
bons, and many oilier new
FOR GENT'S FURNISH
INGS Our stock is more com
plete than ever before.
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iPlseascs of Women and Children, g
Kottage Grove, Oregon, js
ItSfrcct Cottnpn Grove, Or,
ial attention given to Mining
1ms and procuring of Patents.
GSXnt.h Pass, Okkgon.
LiBL T. HARRIS
Attorney and Counselor-at-Uw
'nnSTTT? mihi ft I fen '.o t!i
1 Hunk" nnildinir.
Buy your Spring Goods now and
have them all ready. We are liable
to have warm weather most any
. time now.
We have a large lfne of spring and summer-goods. Shirt waists,
crash skin, covet cloth to make bicyle suits, to so cts' per yard.
I till assortment of colors of wash silks and satins. Nice line of pi id
. dicss goods, 18 to 6o cts per yard. Under skirts 50 cts to $3.00.
Did you see our childiens' hoods, etc?. H.ve an excellent, line.
Hoys' striped sweaters 50 cts.
GAEMAN Sb NEWLAND.
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Devoted to Bohemia Notes and Mining Items of General Interest to
, Mining Men;
Bohemia, CSr. ApHl 16, 1900.
Fine, weather and snow almost all gone.
Already mining men are dropping in from every where'.
Ed. Cole's pack" train is making regular trips to the Helena.
Harvey Johnson, of the Golden Slipper Co., was in camp today.
G W. Thompson has gone out out on account of a severe attack of
Work on the Vesuvius group is being pushed as rapidly as the
nature of the ground will admit.
The Mineral King is showing as .fine a body of high grade shipping
ore as is to be found in camp
Jones and Snapp.will putacouple ot men to work on their properly
at the head of Frank Brass Creek next week. Tin's property last .year
developed some very flatreriug prospects in lead ore, and .considerable
development work will be done this season.
The writer has made it a point to take a little spin over the camp,
and we see a general air of confidence everywhere among the miners,
and also a lot of fine ore at the J. I. Jones mines on the Noonday ridge.
There are thousands of tons of ore on the dump of the finest quality and
a trip in the tunnels convinces one of the necessity of a smelter.
The Calapooia group bas tons of good ore on their dump and in
tunnels this ore if in Colorado would net its owners a handsome divi
end but in Oregon can't be worked on account of there being no
smelter, while everyone knows that ore can be mined here cheaper
than anywhere else on the coast.
The Riverside is another fine group wliich without some way of
cheap reduction there is no show for her to ever amount to much, but d
finer showing is hard to find. The ledges are large, strong and well
defined, with the best of water power and plenty of timber, and taken in
British Columbia the Riverside would bfi a heavy shipper and a steady
The Golden Slipper is another fine" group of 8 claims and a fine mill
site with water enough for a good sized battle ship, and wheuever
work has been done a fine ledge from 3 to S feet wide is exposed,- show
ing free gold by the pan process and giving an assay value of"ifom $40"
$129 per ton. There is a fine cabin in course of construction and -wbefi
completed will be a credit to the management. Sup't HOgg" add wife
o t are late arrivals from Iowa: Silas Clav and Dock Bowers are" iollv cood
The Mayflower is next, where Chas. Geldmacher is general toana"
ger during the absence of Capt. Ely. This property is in fine condition;
n j There is a large amount of fine rock on the dump that is of.abigb grade"
h smelting ore, and assay values place an average of over $40 per ton.-
o338aosoBOROHS$n95OH3KOKHOsa30zaS3esoS6H .This is a change of ore from anything else in camp, it being a black
' malgonite or telurium ore with strong leads showing true fissure veins
SDMRaT'nttcntion given to Mining
'IMjEusiness and Collection.
L..Koo8Kl - OnrooN
i' MjKffiiK THOMSON i'IIak, A. iiAitnr.
,v Mfomegfi and CointHclors at
-1 -. awfM
11 Sftmhl Mlmlioih Lvm 1o
LtmWB.w of Mines.
UCdt -'MM HUUKNH, OllKOON.
LUND if HANSEN
Estimators and Locators
Partes wishing to be located on
Timber Land will find it to their
advantage to consult us.
nSH LIQURS' . CIGAKS
MaioBatreet, Cottage Grove, Ore,
attention paid to Mining Buslnoss.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Pickard 4 Sou
Cottage grove, ore.
iik & Sohr lmvlnc dlsolvod
hln bv mutual coiifiot, Kivu
lntaUoiitataniunK nccouiita duo. iiuo
iirll let aro In tho liaiula ot Citm-T vicinity.
Iliiwluv for collection mm an
'ttlemcutof pnHtduo accounts in
Cummi.no & IlAwwty,
We have had Sixteen Years
experience in the timber land busi
ness and guarantee satisfaction.
Cottage Grove, Orijjbn.
Flimiiiff Mill! .
IIOI.LUNBECK BROS. AND
Headquarters for Mining
I'iVory wiw' attonded to. 1 o
My custoinerH will llnd'n Unoof my
fresh eaudica now nt my old place.
I'loTisu cull on us (or tho 'gomiino urticlo.
We are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors', Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
Woodworlcof all kinds made and
repaired. We will also work Floor
ing, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, or
size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
R. A. SANDERS,
To the pcbplo ot Ootlnuo Grovo and
You aro iiorouy warned ami
Htrictly forbidden not to allow dogs to fol
low yon when coins on or passing
tliiouuli my promises.
I), 0. MoFaulaxd.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
life Grove, OriSp.
Send your orders lu Telephone.
W." H. Beagle,
NOTICK FOIl t'UHMCATIOK,
I'tm't Tobacco S;it mid Smoao our Ufa Auay..
To quit tobacco oaslly nnd forever, bo niag
uollo, full of llfo, norvo ntul vlcor, take No 'l'o
J)ao,tliowoni1or.tvorltor, that umltoi wcitfcuicn
vtroiii;. All tlrugclsts.DOoorll. Curoeuaran.
toeU UooUlot uml eaniplo free. Address
Sterling Kcmodir Co., (JUUago or Now Yor'-
United Stntos I.nnd Olllro, ltosobnrK, Oregon.
February 27. llXX).
. Kotlco is hereby given that In compllAnce
with tho provisions of the net of Congress of
Juno 3, 1S78, ontltloil "An net for tho sale of
timber lands in tho States of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, anil Washington Territory,"
Clomont 1'latt of Cottago Grove, County of
Lnne, Stnto of Oregon has this dny filed In this
olllro his sworn statomcnt No. 883, for tho iur
ehnso of tho NE J of toet!on No. II, in Tows,
ship No. .'2 8. KangeNo.a W and will offer
proof to show that tho land sought Is inoro
valnablo for Its tlinbwor stopothan for agri
cultural purposos, mid to establish his claim to
said land boforo tho Itegisternud ltecclvor of
thlsolllco.nt ltosohnrg, Oregon, on Wednesday
tho'Jtliday of May 10OO.
lie million as wltuoFsos!
Honry Hanson, O. 0. I,uml, of Kugeiio, Oro
gon, Olo llcgaas, Olo Hoc, of Ilueoda, Washing
Any and nil persons claiming ndvorsoly tho
nbovo-dosorlbcd lands aro requested to lllo
their elnlms In this ofllco on or beforo said 9th
day of May 1W0.
J T. BItllK F.S,
COTTAGE GROVE, OJEGOJf
from 5 to to feet in width.
On up the creek and to the north are some of the finest undeveloped
properties in, camp. A claim lately located by Oliver and Sam Veatch,
and at present undergoing development work, is showing a fine ledge of
free milling ore 8 feet from wall to wall. Thil ore is a redish brown aud
carries a good per cent of copper. Veatch Bros, are enterprising busi
ness men of Cqttage Grove and deserve success which will surely crowri
The Traveler group owned by Nunn, Morgan and Reed is anothef
fine undeveloped property consisting of three full claims which so far as
developed shows strong leads of fine ore with gold plainly visible to the"
Sll'D'Ol V llOUSe fOI naec' eve- 1'uese gentlemen are preparing to do a large amount of
work the coming summer, such as good cabins and underground work.
Cottcie GrOVe ' ''lcse c'ams are'so situated that tunnels can be driven in directly on
,111 iciiu. Luua if ivuiiz tzjLiiiriiiiiiL uiiiiiKii't? wiuit uiit-iiiiiir mi int- mint? in
the cheapest manner. With fine timber r.ud water tor milling purposes
this is sure to be a bonanza in the near future. There are also other
fine properties in this end of camp but undeveloped.
The famous Helena is pounding away day and night and is at ptes
ent the only mill in camp running, but others are preparing to start in
the near future". The Helena needs no comment. She stands without
a peer in the Pacific Northwest. Her richness is dazzling to the eye,
judging from the way amalgam rolls up on the plates. Her owners, the
Jennings Bros & Bruneau, are enterprising men of mining ability aud
believe in running their mill to its fullest capacity instead of shutting
down as some others have done. The Helena will show to the world
what push and energy can do in the way of mining. -
it is here! 1 '
The Largest Stock in South LaneJ
O Consisting of- 0
Shelf and Heavy Hardware Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, Pipes and
Gnus and Aramunhion, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper Plows,
Harrows, Etc. For Miners Supplies, the only house South of Port
land. Give us a call, GRIFFIN & VEATCH.