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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1900)
ThePr5,l':nU!l Buninesu Men
0f ColUKc Grove Advertise in
Bring Your Job Work to the
IU-V..I...1 10 tlie Mining, Numbering and Fanning Interests of lhis Com
m unity, lo Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake, "
Oo tinge Grove,
Oregon, !Pi'.idg.y9 October
J. E. YOUNG
,, , Mnln tiecl, Weft Nli!o -
(.mi i i;h Gitovjt, One.
j. r, J'HINSON ami I G, EDY
; v Commfan-uULuir
i 1 1 i'" " Hlven t Mlnlh,f'iriitmlt4in
fi" iin.l MuiphbUIo Uw.
, , ,i i', (. imiimnir.
OTTA0K GROVE, ORE.
j. S. MEDLEY
to Wear I
women see a Mtvli.sli. hniwlannin int.,.i
t'ften hear them say. "Oh dear, I wish I had one
like that, but I'm sure it cosU so much."
iiii, on Until trOt-:
c,,nu;u Gnovit, Oku.
,., i 1 1 inlil lii Mini UK lliflut-M.
i ,: ri;ii Gkovu, Okk.
L. L. STEVENS
Jltorncy-al-Law o o u
t , , til )! xtvon tn MlnlilK lti.lnen
f.t lit'.NK, OltF..
I "iff 1
Now it's the surest thing in the" world
they're not familiar witli the
They're absolutely correct for style
none made any more perfect as to
that, and the price is within reach
of any woman's pocket-book.
My! if every one could see them, how easy
it would be to settle the question of
WHAT SHAM, I WEAR?
moes and Mimn
lferr5 o tfonerfrl' irreir-e3rfo Miruruf Mon
Eakin & Bristow.-
.1 limMI-MlN IU t Hlllt'V
THOMPSON & HARDY, g
.,", i y w'Z Conn&elors ni Lair
., , ". i!lm rtven toite :w n( .Mli.cn
L. T. HARRIS
." i j ami Coutmrlor at-Lair
c,, fiiln-i Mve:i i i)iolw ' 'i;i.ci.
l-i, . i v , i, mill It.ink Building.
i:i ui:.sm:, ore.
1UC.. I. NILE dSSAVS.
i 1 1 nut II icclve priimiil nc iilmi.
FRANK P. WHITE,
rolT.WK ulKW. OBK.
i. . i I'll ,lmne ilamsnuitv, Mulmt.
,.t v 1.1 '.Y I.. T. W. KHVIU..
Lloyd. & Neviil
Si . v i:siisKKim
i h, in:, u rv MIKIIUAI. buiivkvoIis
li. . iiis ,.1 .vi". ( Immlior of Commorce
Wf liiiiidlc Siiraniic (ilovoCoil)piiiiv'
uoimIk. Tlii-y nrc coiiNlilured tin
bunt Ur in the iiiiirkct.
Oowl Yi How Oil Htoi'k with pateiiteil
string fiiHU'tier WiindTOo.
Our Si en in Troof lino are n noft, plla
lili- kIovp, hk Mull iih diinibloj
iiiimId with aU'iili'il ctriiig diHt-i-iiur
Ke, $1 uinl $i 26.
Uliliui'il Kit, foil fluinh, liiilking ll
wry nWu ilrivini; nlnve. .f l 25.
Hiirniini' Buck, light uejrht, fine
Muck, mi hiinil. open hack, I'mlcr
fuHtfiitT, wt'lltil.iviix linen thro:il
mil anil jiliitUU1; nnilonhinlly
the hi'xt glovu in the imirkit ...
v tl 60.
Unllni'il Chopper MitH, nil pniin fiilf
tkin '. OOeiinil fl.
I.incil Kit tilovcn, line Ktork . . t.
toman if NewW
COTTAGE UliOT'E, ORE.
Cotton Swotterf, pood quality, In
nuiroon mid assorted striped
All-Wool, lifiht weight, assorted col
ored Hi riped X 23.
Cotton, good quality, color ma
Mixed Cotton mid fi'ool, medium
henVy, maroon SOc.
All-Woolj nd quulity, modiiim
iieavy, muriNin $1 10.
Bamo as" tihiivc, only liner wool, iih
ported solid eolcri-s fl 05.
All-Wuol, very tint- quality, in :ic
coi ted colored Htripe. . . 2.
White, medium heavy (2 60.
Lawn Hoods, made of lace ouen
work; ery pretty dcHijns
lib to i5e.
I'hnbroidered anil Tucked Muslin
(tud Swiss, diirerent di'Migmi. . . .
7ou to $ I ''.
Ladies' Sim I'.onncts, made of chain
bray, full back crown, stilched
and lined, nasnrted colors. .50c.
Ourllne of Lon?o Embroideries, Uib-biina-
and Drygoods Notions is
Ladies' Summer Skirts, largo vari
etyTiu price from 50e to .'i.
Shirt Waist?, different colors and
kind!) 50u to .G 75.
Ladies' Keck Wear in latct ptyles. .
15u to GOc.
The weekly summary of mining nots that usually occupies this
space in the Nugget was omitted last week on account of matter that
could not well be held over and alo to await fuller and more complete
details in reference to the recent uncovering of the rich strata of ore in
the Stocks, Harlow & llrush property, and other very valuable strikes
in other portions of that vast mineral region called Bohemia.
Since several weeks ago when the lucky owners of the Stocks, Har
low & Brush property ran into the body of ore which assayed $13,600
per ton, they have steadily followed the vein about 40 feet and have,
now run into a crosscut shule which goes $249,806.30 to the ton. This
streak is about two inches wide on the hanging wall and the gold in it
literally holds the rock together. The whole width of the drift is splen
did milling ore. Experts who have gone to look at it say that it is the
richest ore they ever saw. The last authentic reports from the mine
was that there was then in sight and taken out over 4 tons, which would
be over $1,000,000 in hand. It is told that the owners of the Vesuvius
mine, which adjoins, offered to make a deed of their valuable mine for
two car loads of this rich ore, which offer was refused. As the work
! goes forward the ore body increases and the values are retained. This
j property a month ago could have been purchased for something like
$100,000, but today it is not for sale at any price. It is understood that
I the 5-stamp mill on this property has been put in thorough repair and
started up on the ore already in the bin, of which they have on hand
e. i about 60 tons oi high grade. When the gold product of this mine begins
to come out the mining world will be in a flutter and many eyes will be
turned toward Bohemia.
Graber-& Ziniker of the Vesuvius mine are energetically driving
their tunnel, which is in a large body of ore that assays $128 to the ton,
The work in progress will be continued all winter, and when a length of
250 feet is attained they will have tapped the ledge at a depth of 300
feet or more.
A few days since the famous old Musick ran into a mineral body of
'.galena ore which is of high grade. This property has had considerable
fluctuation. Since it was first offered for sale at $65,000 it has pjp'duced
over $130,000 and today it is a grander and more valuable piece of
property than it ever was. As development goes ahead it is proving its
j worth and stability day by day.
At the Helena mine two more shutes of splendid ore have been en
..countered. At the end of the drift in the old workings a body of base
1 ore was come upon which is 4 feet wide and averages $80 to the ton. A
I new drift has been started further up the hill and fine free milling ore is
a being taken out and stored, which is of high grade and will be worked
a later on. The mill is runnincr steadily. The
GARMAN & NEWLAND
.e liiy H-i:
Mrs. Kathcriiio Sclikcf, M. I).
Diseases oi' Women ami Children
COITAC.E C.UOVE, "MC.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
Vox Information . on Bohemia
Mining District write inc.-
Hfclnl Attention 'Uvbii to Corroiptmiloiico
(iKO. O. KKOWI.EH.
Onioo Hi Musick Mine mid Kluiihuiit Mountain.
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fasldonahh Dressmaking.
CoTTAGK GltOVK, OlU5.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
Trammel ft Ootiornl llnnklnit IIwiIiiohm'
In All Us llriint'lion.
CoTTAGK GltOVK, Okk.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the Case building, two
doors cast of the Postoffiee.
Repairing neatly ami quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
H. C. MADSEN,
Hotwiring at loaminttilo rhurKCi. j
All work uunranteeil Hwt-cUns. 1
WmeJiO,fti'littiid Jowolrjrut lowest ITU-en
coTfAou GitovE, onu. !
Hotel - Eugene
IIOLLEXBECK BROS, k BRISTOW.
j Headquarters for MINING MEN.
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
CoTTAGK GKOVK, OKK.
GEO. E. GRIFFITH, Prop. ' Eugknk,
uviutr WAST ATTBXmiU TO.
AM'' WAI.Ki:1. Munngor.
Iir.AI.KIt VA VI N K
WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Main street, OnttiiRo tln.v.i,
. L. PICKARD4& SON
for HOl'Hi: PAINTING, l'APKIl HANGING,
SIGN WOllK.CAUniAGIi 1'AINTING.
COTTAOH GUOYK, 0UH.
I AM IT! "Cop'
FirBt-clasH Watch, Clock mid Jewelry
IJcpairini,'. Hind and Soft Solduring.
Wo will sell you anything in our
lino at lowiwt HvitiB I'ricca. .
W L. COI'PKUNOLL, Mgr.
I have 75 to 80 goats for Sale.
Parties desiring to build barns,
sheds or other outbuildings would
do well to take advantage of the
low figure at which The Booth
Kelly Lumber Co. are offering some
cull lumber in : ijnehand 2 inch
thickness. Call on (hem or write
them for particulars.
TnUe the holicin(a u:u-
NOTICE VOK 1'UllLICATIOX.
Land Ollico at Koscburp, Orcson,
September 27. 1000.
Notice is hereby jjlven that the follow-in-named
settler lias tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo made befoio Joel Ware. U. S.
Commissioner, at Eugene, Oregon, on
November 23, 1000, viz: .Samuel L.
Phillips 011 II. E. fto. 7407 for the Lot S,
NWMSW 1-4, Sec. 2S, T. 10 S., It. 3
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, via :
Cliarlcs Colcord, O. W. Smith, A -bert
rcrnull, James Law, of Crcswcll,
J.T. Uitinocs, Register.
"When vou cannot sleep for coughing,
it is haidlv necessary that any 0110
should tell' you that you need a few
dosos of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay tho irritation of tho throat, and
mnko sleep possible. It ia good. Try
it. For salo by Bkxhos Dituti Co., Cottago
(irovc. Lyons & Ari-Lr-aArn, Drain
later on. The mill is running steadily. The accumulated concentrates
are being piled up to hold for future shipment. The additional 5 stamps
that were recently hauled in are being set up as rapidly as possible and
the new rock breaker is being put into position. Everything is taking
shape for the future enlarged working of this valuable property, and the
Helena will render a good and full account of herself ere long.
E. S. Lovelace of North Dakota, Brockman Holm and J. E.
Ostrander have organized the Sunrise Company out of a group of mines
on Adams mountain. Stock has been printed to the amount of 1,000,000
.1015 COULDN'T HAVE STOOD1T 1
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're '
terribly annoying; but llucklen's-Arnica
Salvo will euro the worst ease of Piles
on em tli. It has cuted thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's shares and Mr. Lovelace has gone east for the purpose of disposing of a
the best .'iilvo in tho world. Price few blocks of it. This company has done mucb development work and
25c a box. Cure guaranteed . Sold by I c,i c nr nr nn ,uP rin,,, wu;nh ,VJ11 nunv Cm n.tnn IM,,.
men are steadily employed and will hammer awajgfethe tunnel all
winter, as ample provisions and mine supplies have been taken in. Mr.
Lovelace is the gentleman who bought put the Jordan interests recently
which joins ou to the Sunrise Company.
Bk.vson Dniro Co., druggist.
Some hard frosts at night now.
.Pall plowing and seeding has
School started up last week with
Miss Ada Smith as teacher.
W Canady's sister Mrs Wier has
been visiting him and his family.
Mr and Mrs Will Coffin visited
their son Ed and family on Coast
Fork last Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Roy Coffin and
family went to Eugene last week
Mrs. Dc spaiu and her two little
children .returned from the east last
Sunday af er an absence of about
Miss Hattie Canady while at the
hop yards near Creswell had the
misfortune to Ipse all of her per
Bohemia Nugget and Weekly Oregouian
$2.00 per year.
Che Chicago Cypewrttcr
The CHICAGO Cannot Be Excelled fop .
Compactness and Clearness of Writing. It
is easy to learn to operate, and there is a
small number of parts to get out of order.
E. L. King, C. J. Howard,
Gen'l Agent for Ore. Local Agent,
Albany, Oregon. Cottage Grove, Ore.
"For three days and nights I sufTcred
agony untold from an atfack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cuenm
b'rs," says M. E. Lowther, clerk of the
district court, Ccntcrvillc, Iowa. "I
thought I should surely dio, and tried a
dozen different medicines but to no pur
pose. I sent for n bottlo of Chnmbor
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and three doses relieved me en
tirely." This remedy is for salo by
Bu.nson Dnua Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyoxs & AiTt.KGATi:, Drain J)ruggists.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
thero is nothing so good as Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. Try it. For salo by
Bunson Drug Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyons & Aitleqatk, Drain Druggist.
F. St. Smith lias ceased his trips to
Bohemia for tho winter. On tho last
trip, the father being sick, Miss Chloa
and her littlo brother made the journey
Charles Wright has completed n lino
ndditloii to his house. His wifo lias
been quite sick but is now mending fast.
William F. Canady, through sickness,
has severed bis connection with tho
Hotel Eugene, and is now at home try
ing to get well.
Mrs. M. C. Smith and her daughter
Chlo.i made a visit to Cottago Grove
Inst Saturdny and wore entertained at
at the homo of O. C. Cofriiian.
Subscribe for tho Nugget nil tho Bo
hernia mining news, $1.50 per year.
g IT IS HERE! 3
Tlje largest Stock in Soiitlj Jjaie! f
sz: Shelf and Heavy Hardware; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps,
S Pipes aud AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I 3
Sj Guns aud Ammunition, Studebaker Wagous, 2
SE Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. 3
For Miners' Supplies, the only bouse South of Portland. S
S (live us a call. 2s
GRIFFIN & VEATCH,
E COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON. 3