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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1900)
Btiag Yot.r Job Work to the
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to Hie
LMi'lillK' IUl1lb4!rillK 111,(1 Panning Inldroslft of tin's Community,, to Good Oovernmeiit, and Hustling' fbr a Ortib StW '
OoLUgo Grove, Oregon, Friday, November 2, 19QO.
RIGHT TO HOLD
0i:,,.e on Mali "ItMli Wort Slrto
CoTTW GltOVlt, OUK.
', f, JOHNSON ami P. (I. KBY
yiorntumttul C on melon-it t-Law
(ll4U mill Mdri'MiillIo jtw,
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
' J. S. MEDLEY
,itlornctj-at-Lat( o o o
Wne on Slain trwt;
CoTTAcit. Gkovk, Oku.
from ft nitc'iilmi il'l li Mining IIwIiium.
CoTTAOK GkOVK, Olll?.
L. L. STEVENS
Momcii-d-Law o o o
hetUl " ill"" 'vn ,n Milling HtwItieM
women sue n stvlinti iimwiumrm ;..t,,.
r, , ' I lil.r.;t, ywu
often licnr Uicni say: " Oil dear, I wiwh I had one
line Unit, hut I'm sure it costs so much." ' '
1 1 lis)
1 A at A
Now it's the surest tiling in the world
they're not familiar with the
They're absolutely correct for style
none made any more perfect as to
that, and the price is within reach
of iiuy woman's poakct-book.
Myl if every one could see them, how easy,
it would be to settle the question of
WHAT SHAIX I WEAR 2
Eakin & Br 1st w.
Mtoriifusuii'2 Cnuitselois-at Law
itectl" irtvrii tojlie law nl Mine.
CHi. A. IURDY. Z
a HARDY, m
L. T. HARRIS
Mtornry ami Oounselor-at-Lair
t ifCtUl nllenlli.n Klteu U 0il Milan.
Hnt National Bank Building.
.;el iimi; riiviiifini.iHBii"w.
FRArK P. WHITE,
ClrtT.UlK OKOVK. KK.
OfliHl h Jm ll0liwjf, Unltitt.
T. . KBVIIX.
Wu liiinillo Pnramu" Cilovo Coniinv'n
liiMMln. Tlmy roiiHidurcil thu
lioxt jjlovo in tho inarliL't.
GckxI Yellow Oil Slock wllli imlcnfeii
string fiwtonur 60 and 7flc.
Our Sipnm Tioof lino nro n toft, plln
lile isluvi', fix wcIKiih (lunil)lt';
iihhIii with )wlriil(il t-ru fiifit
untir S.V, !fl and $l ;6.
Unllmtl Kit, coft llnixli, iimliinx n
vi-ry nii'o ilriviiiK glove. .I 25.
SiirniiHe lliifk, liglit weight, flnp
hlwk, no IihihI, ojhmi lmi-k, I'orlor
fucti'iicr, woIImI.whx linen llireiul
Mft hihI iillnblc; iiiiilniiliti'dly
tllf ll't L'lilVB in iliu llllllkl't . .
Unliiunl CliOiir SIHh, oil rniti calf
t-kin (Wound 1.
Lined Kit Oloviw, line hIouI: . . .$1.
Garman & Ncwland
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
Cotton Svi.'tlun, yood quality, in
maroon and iiHi-ortud Ktripud
All-Wool, light weight, aortcd col
ored striped $1 'lb.
Cotton, good quality, color ma
Mixuil Cotton mid Wool, medium
1 1 envy, niaroon 80c.
All-Woof, n I qiialily, inedinni
heavy', maroon "... $1 10.
Same as" above, only finer wool, njj
forted fcolid eolorn. . . ,. . .$1 115.
All-Wool, very line quality, in an
nulled colored Htriped. . . .$2 25.
White, medium htvy ?2 50.
Lawn Iloode, made of laco open
work ; vory prutty deiigiiH
35 to boo.
Uinbroiderod and Tucked Muslin
and Swiw, diirtirtfut denign'. . . .
75o to $1 35.
Ladien' Sun Ronnetp, made of cliam
. bray, full back crown, at ili-ht-.t
and lined, assorted colorn. .COc.
Our lino of I.oo?c Embroidprics, Itib
bons and Drygoods Xotiona is
Ladies' Summer Skirts, large vari-oty;-in
)ric from . . . .50e to $8.-
Shirt Wnidtfl,- dinerant colors and
kindB. 60o to ?0 75.
Ladies' Neck Woar in tlittost Stvles..
M. W. MJlYU.
Lloyd & Ncvill
I'.H. UK. CTV MIXKttAI. 8CRVKYUM
Kuni KI3-.HU Clumbor of Cotninono
r,u. Hoi low
Mrs, Kalhcrliic Sclilccf, M. I).
Diseases of Women ami Children
corrAGi'i uitovK, oui:.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine locator.
'Vor Information on Iiohcmia
'Mining District write me.
rfyril Attention Ulven to Corroiii'oniloaco
Cm, o. Knowi.kh.
MJIUfent Musick MliiQuiiil UloiihAnt Mountain.
... GARMAN & NEWLANB
tteiwIrinK t rcwambla phnrrM.
All mirk (DHmntMil llrm-i-Uw.
Vuli'l:o,Cloli aii'l Jewelry at Iiwert 1'rlvon
COTfAOB OKOVK, OKI!. '
IIOLLBNDBCK BROS, k BRISTOW.
Hon. John K. Kiclnrds, the
solicitor general of the United
Stales, delivered an address before
the Pennsylvania Bar Association
at Cambridge Springs, Pa., on
June 26, in which the right of tile
United States to establish courts
and civil government in the newly
acquired territory of Porto Rico
and the Philippine Islands was
Such right is incontestably shown
in the decisions of the supreme
court from the time of the acquisi
tion of Louisiana' by Jefferson to
the present day. The supreme
court has been equally clear on the
right of the government to receive
new territory by cession, purchase
or otherwise. In conclusion be
"We have the new territories.
We are responsible for them. We
have entered upon a new epoch.
The old sense of security and in
difference which a policy of isola
tion gave us is gone. ' We have be
come one of the world powers,
sharing the burdens they must
bear. Even now our ' marines,
shoulder to shoulder with the men
of' England and Germany and
Russia and France and Austria and
Italy and Japan, are at the gates 6f
far-off Pekin to enforce the just de
mands of civilization.
The path ot duty betorc us is
plain. May we not walk in it?
Does the constitution forbid? Is
the constitution a trap, caught in
which we shall excite the pity of
our friends aud the derision of our
foes? I refuse to believe so. The
constitution is no mere declaration
of denials. It created a nation
which has become the greatest on
the earth. When ' it conferred
power, it took care not to cripple
faction. It still remains the most
perfect instrumnt'ever struck off
by the hand and briin of. man,
under which we are armed for
every emergency and able to cope
with everv condition."
Speaking to, tlitSf Twentieth Cen
tury Club in New York, Bird S.
Coler said: ' , ' '
"Our government is not going
to be converted into an empire.
Looking into the horizon of our
political iuturc, there is no danger
more remote than the possibility
that the people will surrender their
rights and powers into the hands of
one man.' We may, in time, create
an empire of liberty, equality and
prosperity that will reach around
the world, but' while American
manhood and love of freedom and
justice endure it will remain an
empire where every citizen is an'
INCOME TAX IS BRITISH.
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
Cottagi; Gkovk, Oku.
- AI.F WAI.KH'l. Manager.
imAf.nu in fink
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Main street, Cotliico lrtiv, Or.
To romovn 11 troublesome corn or
bunion : l'irtit oal; tho corn or bunion
In ... ,.r i
j III llll HlllUI il OUllUU IL, II1U11 JJUIUIli
'down as elosolv as possible without
drawing blood and apply Cliamborlain's
Pain Ilalin twico daily; rubbing vigor
ously for flvo minutes at each apphca-
Headqunrters for MINING MEN. tion. A com planter should bo worn for
a few days, to protect it from the shoe.
As a gun oral liniment for sprains,
bruisu.s,' lameness and rheumatism,
Pain lialm iauncqnaled. Try it. For sale
by .Benson Dnuo Co., Cottage Grove.
Lyons & Avplkoatk, Drain Druggist.
KViaiV WANT ATTIiNDKl) TO.
gjIRS. PET SANFORD'S
fer FashioiiahU Dressmaking.
5 MAIN 8THKKT
j Cottagu Gkovk, Oris.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
L Transact (i flonoriU Hankln Hunlnoss
in All nr. uraiicniK.
Cottagu Gkovk, Oru.
' J. W. BENTLY,
ffilie" practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located in the Case building, two
doors east of the Postofflcc.
Repairing neatly aud quickly done
mid sutisfartiqn guaranteed. Call
B. L. PICKARD & SON
For IlOfSK 1'AINTINO. l'Al'Wl IIANOINO,
HlUN WOIllCCAitlllAOl'. l'AINTI.NU.
COTTACiK GKOVK, OKI!.
- a -r ATA I ,,f I) Tllli
1 AfYL 11 ! V-op JKWHMin.
KirHt-claaa Watch, Clock and Jewelry
Kepairiug. Hard and Soft Solduring.
Wu will soil you anything i" ot
lino at lowest living prices.
AV. L. COl'F.KKJ'fOLL, Mgr.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence; 011 River street
T. 'war Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
J. A. COBB
Dealer in Groceries, Fruits. Cigars
Give us a call and we will treat
Corner of Main and Second sts.
G. A. COBB
Proprietor of the Elite Confectionery
Also Wholesaler and Retailer of all
Kinds of FRUITS. .
Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco
NOTICH FOK PUBLICATION.
Land Ofllco at Koscbiir?,.Oregon,
September 27. 1000.
Notice is hereby given that tho follow-ing-named
settler lias tiled notice of hia
intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo mado before Joel Waro, U. S.
Commissioner, at Uugene. Oregon, on
November 23, 1000, viz: Samuel L.
Phillips on II. E. tio. 7-107 for tho Lot 8,
N V 1-1 SAV M, Sec. 28, X. 10 S., It. 3
ilo nniiios tlio following wltneseos to of his products.
prove his continuous residence, upon ami
cultivation of said land, via :
Charles Colcord, . V . Sjtnith, A -hurt
Kernel!, James Law, of Croswell,
J.T. IhuiKiEs, Keglstor.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy and find
ittobeagreat medicine," says Mr. E.
S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It cured
1110 of bloody flux. I cannot speak too
j highly of it." This romei'v always wins
j tho good opinion, if not praiso, of those
who use it. Tho quick cures which it
effects even in tho most sovero cases
make it n favorite everywhere. For sale
by IJunson Dnuu Co., Cottngo Grove.
Lyons k ArrLGOATn Drain Druggists.
Chamberlains Stomach and ' Liver
Tablats cure biliousness, constipation
and headache. Tlioy are easy to take
and pleasant in effect. For salo by
Bbnson Diiiio Co. "
RALLY ON THE CENTER.
You cannot liqlp the farmer by
more coinage of 'silver. He can
only be helped by more consumers
When vou foil life is hardly worth
tho candle tako u dose of Chamborlaui's
Stotnnch and Livqr Tablets, Thoy will
cleanse your stomach, tone up your
liver ami regulate your bowels making
you feol liko a new man. For Bale by
Bk.nsok Dnuo Co.
The Kansas hanks have over
000.000 they are unable to loan.
Yet Mr. Bryan complains because
we are loaning money abroad at a
good rate of iuterwt,
Sosuronro wp that tho locating of a
fow of our Eloutrfo Holts will develop
into numerous sales' of our Kelts and
Appliances, that wo 1110 willing to sond
0110 freo to any sifloi-or from the follow
ing diseases:. Cold extremities, CrystA
cole, Female, weakness, Kidney com
plaint, Loueorrhea, Liver complaint,
Paralysis, Lost vitality, Nervous debility,
Solf abuse, Worn-out women, Sciatica,
Weak and Nervous women, Irregular
nionst,rtintioii, Impotoniiy, Rheumatism.
Dimljnitive Shrunken and Undeveloped
Sexual organs, aud Catarrh.
Address for illustrated circular, etc.,
Sanitarium City Electrical Co., I tittle
The campaign is over. Tbe long
roll has sounded; the higgles lrave
called boots and saddles; tbe bp'ys
have fallen into :line, touched el
bows, and wait with eager im
patience to charge the enemy and
The outposts have all been called
in, and from Maine to California
they are rallying on the center with
a courage that is invincible and
a determination tnat presages
mere is not a coward in our
ranks, not a living soul who does
not feel that when the polls close
next Tuesday night the Bryan
Tillman-Altgeld-Croker party will
be routed horse, foot and dragoons,
and will be scurrying Hither and
you, utterly demoralized
If the campaign could continue
a month longer democrats would
become as scarce as Jnakes in Ire-laud.
Bryan has always been very in
sistent that this 'country should not
adopt the policy, of any foreign
nation. We should be inde
pendent and not "ask tbe aid or
consent of any othe,r nation" for
Yet one of the chief article's of
his faith is for an income tax,
which is in the. highest degree
peculiarly British. It was in
vented by William Pitt about a
hundred years ago, . after every
other conceivable iforrri of taxation
had been exhausted; to raise money
to carry on the Napoleonic wars.
Bryan rejects the golll standard
for the reason thrft it was adopted
by England, and has since been ac
cepted by all the greatest commer
cial nations of xthe world, but he
would have the income tax, one of
the 'most inquisatorial forms of
taxation ever laid , upon a free
He would copy England in one
of her most hateful forms of tax
ation, but he scorns ".her lead in a
monetary policy that has placed her
at the head of every commercial
nation, and which made London
the exchange aud counting bouse
of the world.
Mr. Bryan may be a plausible
orator but he is neither a con
sistent logician, nor a wise statesman.
The mind of the people is now
made up. Tbe fight is over. An
other campaign, of education is
finished and it only remaitis for the
workers to get out the votes in
order that McKiuley's administra
tion be gloriously vindicated at the.
Mr. Croker's Hoffman House
dinner to Mr. Bryan was a great
success as. an exhibition of oriental
magnificence. It Jcost $50 per
plate and the taxpayers of New
York doubtless feel that their
money is being recklessly expended.
The only valid argument thus
far advanced against expansion is
that the' admission of Hawaii gave
the democrats the one vote necessary
to put 16 to 1 in their national
Bohomin Nugget and Weekly Orcgonian
$2.00 per yoar. , .
E IT SS HERE!
g Tle fcargest Stock iij Solitl? Iiaid!
ST! -1 CONSISTING OP- ;
Shelf and Heavy Hardware'; Stoves and Tinware; Pumps,
g Pipes aud AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
gr Guns and Ammunition, Studebaker Wagons, S
SZ Canton Clipper Plows, Harrows, Etc. " 2
is 1 '
S For Miners' Supplies, the only bouse South of Portland.
Give us a call.
S GRIFFIN & VEATCH, 3
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON.