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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1900)
jc Prosperous Business Men
.Cottage Grove Advertise In
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Harming Intcresls of this Community,. to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage Grove, Oregon, Fji&ay, May 4, 1900.
BAN 1(1! IIS.
Transact ci Ocixcrcinl lymtiino
Jslncss li all Its branches.
Uullagn liruvtt. iiri'K'Mi.
IflTtUf Orro - -
O. K. Griffith, l'foit.
5 j. E.Y)im.
ATTIWNIiV AT LAW
ill A UltlMi 1 III Willi)
nmt.On itnin street, Went Hldr,
Cottage Grove, urrynu.
J. S. HEDLBY,
Attorney At Law,
OMrs Oil MalnHlrcet,
Cottage Grove, Orvyoti.
Kwo DoorH North of Eukin & llriftouV, ,
Coltage Grove, Oregon.
Our Spring line of ladies
Dress Skirts, Underskirts
Silk Capes, Fancy Rib
bons, and many other new
things, too numerous to
FOR GENT'S FURNISH
INGS...,. Our stock is more com
plete than ever before.
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Devoted to Bohemia Notes and Mining Items of General Interest to'
Mrs. Komcrlnc schiccf, ri. I).
mgeases of Women and Children.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
Cottage Gnv , Or.
I was over on Hie Monte Uico Ridge this week and will write you a fow lines
from tliis part of Dohetnia District.
This tectum of the camp is showing up in fine shape as far as developed.
The leilj.fi are large and well defined showing free and base ores containing, ga
lena, copper and iron. Sir. Shane and Fisher have heen developing their clatmt)
jU winter and wilt continue work as tho claims are showing up exceedigly well
und tho gentlemen are highly encourrged.
Mr Hall and Fusion have a large force of men on their property and have a lot
of fineore on the dump from the Mammoth claim SO feet in width, heavcly min
eralized with copper and galena assays range from $10 to $120 per ton. They have it
There are quite a number of other persons owning groups of claims in this
part namely, Ilartly, Hughs' Richardson' Edwards, Stono Bros. Sears, A Han
cock, H White and a Eugene Co. Also a company of Portland people owns ft
group of claims here. '
This section will be a scene of lively times this coming summer. A number
of persons have taken advantage of tho early spring and have already made their
appearances. We have had exceedingly fine weather during March and the fore
part of this month. "Wild Mowers cover the mountain sides and, the click of tho
prospectors pick can bo heard in any directions.
The Henry Clay group f five claims have had a force of men at work Binco
last Nov and will continue development work. They have 150 feet of tunnel on tho
Henry Clay claim showing a 12 foot vein of high grade ore. They arc now ex
cavating for u lower tunnel to tap the ledge 300 feet in depth. They have done con
siderable work on the other claims which also show good results. There are threo"
locations on the main ledge. The Hancock, the Henry Clay and J. L. claims
while on the northeapt side line lays the Idyl Wild and Spotted Fawn claims, and
! on the southwest side line of the Albert Handcock lays the Pizzio Wizzie claim.
. Mineral Surveyor.
JSpecial attention given to Mining ;g
rCiaims and procuring of Patents.
KJuants Pass, okkcon. ,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law o
L. T. HARRIS 4
Sheet nl attention given
"Xl of Milieu.
'Mrst National Hank jjunmng,
EKNK - " ORKiiON.
'L. m. Stevens,
iai attention given to Mining
Business and Collection.
Buy your Spring Goods now and
have them all ready. We are liable
to have warm weather most any
Wc have a large line or spring and summer goods.' Shirt waists,
crash skirts, covet cloth to make hicyle suits, 12 to 20 cts per yard.
Hull assortment of colors of wash silks and satins. Nice line of I
dress goods, i3 to 6o cts per yard. Under skirts 50 cts to $3.00.
Did you see our childtcns' hoods, etc? H.ve an excellent line.
' s triped sweaters 50 cts.
The fine timber and water inside tho Ixnindary line of these claims makes
make.s this a very desirable group .
All the boys who have locations in this part speak very highly of their claims
and feel jubilant over assays and expect in the near future to realize enough out
of them to reside on the sunny side of Easy street. There arc reports nearly every
day of other locations being made in this locality.
There are a number in Cottage Grovo who will be glad to know that Mr;
Hancock is in perfect health and gave a sigh of relief when ho was handed a
package of photographs taken of two lady friends and himself at C. G. I hardly
know how to repay Mr. II for his kindness in placing one of tho photos on the
wall of my cabin. I can now say I sleep well all night for the wood rats have all
V. J. Hard who with Jas. Duval owns the Contention mining chiim, let a
contract this week for the sinking of a shaft.
Frank MrEntyre and Frank Patterson had the good lurk to kill two black
bear la.-t Monday. It is said the boys will quit mining and turn their attention!
to bear hunting. Rome of the boys say they can't bear to have the boys do thiei
Judge David Goodsell, of Portland, who has been visiting the Helena mine
had the misfortune to get a fall from his horso on the way to the mine, and bruised
his leg considerably. The judge is getting along quite nicely at this writing.
dugtlie republicanparty as might
be expected, whenever he could
quit talking about himself and his
many commendable (?) traits long
ontpsoq & W,,(,.v.
EiUomeyH and Counselor in
cial Attention given to
6 Law of Mutes.
' 22 EUdKNK, OltKOOS.
HLP WALKER .... Manccer
S DKAI.KK IN
KINK WINES, iMB
Street, Cottage Grove, Ore.
Attorney at Law.
aWnpt allonllon paid to Mining Business.
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
,1'NI) & HANSEN
Estimators and Locators
1'iirties wishing to be located on
Timber Land will find it to their
advantage to consult us.
We have had Sixteen Years
experience in the timber land busi
ness and guarantee satisfaction.
1 Plain Mill!
I L Pickard fi Son
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Cottage Grove, Cron.
IIOLLENHECK BROS. AND
Wc are now prepared to furnish
all kinds of Brackets, Mouldings,
Cornice, Sash and Doors, Door and
Window frames, Screen Doors,
Windows, Pickets, etc.
j Woodwork of all kinds made and
; repaired. We will also work FJoor
iug, Rustic, Siding, Ceiling, or
' size Studding, etc.
SHOP NEAR S. P. DEPOT
Collage Grove, Oregon.
: Supply house for
Headquarters for Mining
Every wan' attended to.
dimming it Sehr having dlsolved
Ipartnemhlp by mutual cousot, givu
notice that all outstnndfng accounta dim
inn toAnrll 1st aro in tho hands of Cum-
ngoc iiawioy ior couecuoii miu 1111 1 , 1 ,iv f(biddcn not louuow uogatoioi
ly Hottlementof naatduo ai'counts Is ... ' ...i,,,,, .minis on or dhhhIiik
xequcsted. ' throiilrh my pienin-cH .
Cl'MMINO fi IlAWLKV. - V, U. Mtf 1' Mtl.AM).
My customers will find nUnoof my
ficbh candies now at my old place.
Please call on us for (ho genuine article.
D . Lincoln.
To tho people of Cottago drove and
uMnttv. You aro hereby warned and
R. A. SANDERS,
Scud your order by Telephone,
W. H. Beagle, .
KOTIC12 VOi t'UUMCATION.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Favorite Resort.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.
roii't Tobacco Spit niia snirco our nro anny,
fo quit tobacco easily and forovor, bo mug
Qollo. lull ot llfo, norvo ami vluor, tal:o No-To
Dau, tho wnnilcr-workcr, Hint niiiltos wcale men
itrong. All il)usr:l8,s, wo or i. vurecunraa
tucil lloolilct una u.mipio froo. AJdrcsa
Stvrllus ItciniiJy Co. OUK'aso or Now Ypil-
Unlloil StiUea rjiml Olllco, Rosobnrsr, OreBOii.
Kebrimry 27, 1!X.
Notice i hereby given that In compliance
with tho provisions of tho net ol Congress ol
Juno :l, 1878, entitled "An net for tho sale of
timber lands in tbo.Stntosof Cnllforntn, Ore
tron, Novndii, and WHshington Torrltory,"
Clement Plntt of Cottngo Cirovo, County of
Uine. Stnto of Oregon Iws this day tiled In this
olllce his sworn stiitomont No. h83, for the pur
chase of tho NE l4 of Section No. 1 1, hi Town
ship No. S, IlnngoNn. 3 W., and will offer
proof to show that tho land sought Is mora
vnlunb'.o for Its timber or stono than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before tho Register and lloccivor of
this olllco, at Hosoburg, Oregon, on Wednesday
tho'JIhdny of Jlny WOO.
Ho liamoKns witnesses:
Henry Hanson. O. O. I.und, of Kugono, Ore
gon, Olo llcgaas, Olo ltoe,of Ilucodn, Washing
ton. Any and nil persons claiming ndvorsely tho
tiboTO-doserlbed lands nro rerinosted to tile
their claims In this olllco on or before said Uth
day of May 1D00.
J T. U1UDGGS,
E- R. Skipworlh, of Eugene,
nominee on the "citizens" ticket
lor representative, made a political enough so to do; spoke about his-
speech in this city last Saturday Great mnuence wnicn ne proposed
ninht at Martins hall. When the 1 V, 1 ri
doors were first opened it looked as
though Mr. Skipworth was doomed
to speak to empty benches, but
towards 8:3c a crowd gathered,
variously estimated at from seventy
five to one hundred and fifty
people, made up of populist, demo
crats and a goodly sprinkliug of re
publicans who were desirous to
know what the aspiring gentleman
had to say. Mr, Skipworth spoke
about two hours and by the time he
concluded to close a large per cent
of the crowd had likewise concluded
to go home, hence the applause
that greeted the speaker as he
rounded off his last sentence was
not of the nature that would in
spire men on to victories (?). The
gentleman put in one-third of his
time explaining his own peculiar
acrohatical feats, one-third in an at
tempt to roll a few boulders out ot
the path of the ex-secretary of state
H. R. Kincaid, whose thirst for
office is so great that he is now
swinging around like an oyster can
tied to a yearling pups tail, for the
office of county judge, the other
third of his valuable time extolling
the virtues of Hon. R. M. Veatch.
who, by the way, still handkereth
for office likewise. Mr. Skipworth
robbery which he alleged is con
tinually going 011 under the repub
lican administration of the state,
harangued about the trusts, com
mented upon how he would do away
with the state printing office if
elected; that the state printer not
only got a good salary, but made
something like $50,000 on the side,
lauded "Honest" Harry Kincaid
some more, telling how he fought the
state printers allowance bill which
passed the legislature through re
publican crookedness (of course),
but, incidentally, failed to say any
thing about how "Honest" Hany
unhesitatingly made out a bill
against the state for forty years sub
scription at $2.00 per year to the
State Journal, "Honest" Harry's
paper, and wooled it through the
legislature, notwithstanding that it
was strongly opposed by the te
publican members. Then he said
some more things quite nice about
Skipworth, Veatch and the
"Honest" Harry, and quit. He
presented no argument, offered no
proof of any of his outlandish asser
tions, and in fact made a dismal
failure as a campaign orator. When
Mr Skipworth closed lie received a
very tame applause the first of the
The Largest Stock in South LaneT
Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps, Pipes and!
Guns and Ammunition, Studebrker Wagons, Canton Clipper PlovvsJ
Harrows, Etc. For Miners Supplies, the only house South of Port-
laud. Give us a call. GRIFFIN & VEATCH.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGOJiS