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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1901)
The Proipttout Buslneu Men
of Cottage Grove Advertise in
' I r Bring -Your-Job Work to tdc
I Nugget Job OfflcCij ;
Devoted to the Mining, Numbering and Forming Interests of this Comtniiiiity, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Cottage G-rove, Oregon, Friday, A.pril 19, 1901
Mines aod Mining
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'Dcvorod to Bohemia Nore wvi1
Items of enereJ'; xXo:i'oXKo Mining MonXN
J. E. YOUNG
OfflM o Willi ltrt, Vit HM
Cottaok Guovic, Oku.
J. a JOHNSON and F. G. EBY
Attorneys and OoUnselors-at'Law
mU! tUnllon Wn to Mliilnir. Corporation
and ilrthllU Uw.
OflU o w Otrratn A Ntwlatiil'n itore.
COTTAOK OROVK, ORK.
J. S. MEDLEY
Mtorney-at-Law o o o
t-OBet on Mln iltett
CoTTAOK GkoVU, Quit.
Prompt tttnlloii In Mining lUitjWM.
Cottaok Cuovh, Okk.
L. L. STEVENS
UyteM HUntlon ctren In Mining lluilncii
tut tollef Horn,
KUmjl W.TMOMnutl CHK. t. IllHUT.
THOMPSON 8c HARDY
Attorneys and Gounselors-at Late
Bixll ttHiitliin Itii tnthtUw of Mltici.
L. T. HARRIS
Attorney and Coiinselor-at-Laic
HpfUl ttUntlmi glren lo the lw of Mine.
Hrt N'lioniI Bunk HiilMlng.
R SL IABL E ASSA TS.
Iimplst br mll rerlYt prompt tlntluii.
FRANK P. WHITE,
coitaoe grove. "UK.
O 1j with Jme llmenwr. Ml"
Mrs. Kitherlue Sclilccf, M. D.
Diseases of Women and Children
COTTAGE GKOVE, OltE.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Uohcmia
Mining District write inc.
Brxeltl Attention Given tj Correit-ondenco
MRS. PET SANFORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking.
COTTAOK GROVU, ORII.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of the Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call.
BARKER & MARTIN
DKAI.KllS IN FINK
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mlnitret, Cotl IJrovo, Or.
W. H. SMITH
Proprietor of the CAFE ROYAL
ou River street, near me nnagc,
COTTAOIC GROVB, OR!!. .
Short orders day and night. Every
thing hrst-ciass anu mc uui
ELITE o Shaving o Parlor
T COTTAGK GROVK, ORB.
GEO. E, GRIFFITH, Prop.
I Oarman & Newland. I
Our Slices are the best in the market, including HAMILTON 3
.,h dicM, i.i:d PACKER shecs for rctn. . 23! 1
li Come and see our Line., 3 j
... GARMAN & NEWLAND ... j
H. C. MADSEN,
ItepnlrlriK at reaionftblo charirc.
All work guarnnlel tint-clan.
VtchcClocl tiil Jewelry at Ijwcit Trices
COTTAGK GKOVE, OltK.
W. H. ROBINSON
Office and residence on River street
near Wall, Cottage Grove, Ore.
HOLLENBECK BROS. &. BRISTOW.
Headquarters for MINING MEN.
KVKIIV WAST ,A,n-KXI)KD TO.
- - - Onr.coN.
g A CARLOAD OF j
&B00TS & SMOESI
A FULL LINE OF THEI3
LATEST PATTERNS. S
The Prices will please
A you, and in point of J
W Quality and Beauty
cannot be beaten;
Hcnicnway 4 j
S MAIN STREET. 3
Has come and you want new
carpets, carpet sweepers, lace cur
tains, window shades, matting, silk"
olines, cretonnes, tapestries, down
pillows, linoleums, oil cloths and
everything needed if refurnishing
your house for the spring. A nice
and complete line.
Eakin & Bristow.
We now have a large line of SPRING GOODS, including Summer
Dress Goods in different colors and designs. Mens' Fancy Shirts irom
60 cts to $1.25. Large line of latest style and designed Neck Wear
'flic latest things in colors.
A large assortment of.HATS, CLOTHING, Etc.
Griffin & Veatch Company.
TT T "
Best Northern Grown Seeds in
6s Medicines. Orecou product
preserver, Aveharitts Carbolineum.
jj Come once and will make you our Friends.
'J G. O. WALKER. Walker, Oregon.
Cease your worry; Don't hurry,
But drink Microbe killer as you journey,
And physician's ills both great and small
Will slowly but surely vanish.
Information and pamphlets free.
A. F. HOWARD, Agent.
Reahlcnce with J, K. Barrett. COTTAliE GUOVK, OKEGON.
Shelf and Heavy
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
T71..ACt.A T tmo fill
Bulk, a complete line of Patent eg
Paint, and the celebrated wood ggj
ANOTIIEK. RICH STRIKE IN BOIIUMIA
F. A. Johnson, of the Anaconda mine on the east slope of Fairview
mountain, Bohemia, was in town this week and verifies the report that
a streak of very rich gold telluride, or sylvanite ore had been found in
the Anaconda. It seems that last fall Mr. Johnson struck this particular
ore, but did not know what it was
by a Mr. Russel, formerly from Cripple Creek, and who states positively
that the sample he treated for Mr. Johnson is the genuine sylvanite ore
that has made Cripple Creek so famous. Mr. Johnson states that he
struck thisoreon the lower level, about 170 feet in depth and that it is
from 2 to 6 inches in width. He also states that in 1884 when he and
another gentleman were operating the old Knott quartz mill, they found
the same ore in large quantities but not knowing anything about that
class of ore or its treatment, it all went over the plates and none of it
was saved. Gold telluride or sylvanite ore, is found in the Stanislaus
Mine in Calaveras county, Calif., and is a very prominent feature at
Cripple Creek. When first seen it has the appearance of a drop of
candle grease before cooling. Itsolor is bronze yellow, and its streak
yellowish gray. A slight change'of color takes place after being ex
posed. The crystals are often so arranged in parallel positions on the
rock surface as to resemble written characters. If put in a blacksmith's
forge not too hot, the tclluirum separates from the gold and the gold
may be seen sticking out in bubbles on the rock. This is probably the
hrst positive knowledge ot the existence ot the telluride ores in Bo
hemia and with the many other rich strikes it had certainly ought to be
one of the liveliest seasons in the history of the camp.
RESOLUTIONS OP CONDOLENCE OP BOHEMIA BACHELOR CLUB, NO. 1,
Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe to
remove from the fraternal fold of bachelorhood our well beloved brother
Albert Ziniker who has been a member of Bohemia Bachelor Club since
its organization, who was a stanch advocate of its principles, and a faith
ful worker in its cause therefore be it
Resolved, That in his departure from celibacy, our organization
has. sustained an irreparable less, one that will be difficult to survive, as
the brother had the honorable distinction of being the only member who
had received the degree of C. G. D., therefore be it further
Resolved, That, In his muniment of matrimony, reciprocal love and
henpeckism he has our sincere, heartfelt sympathy and kindest regard
for his futute happiness and prosperity. Be it further
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to our alienated
brother, one to the Bohemia Nugget, and also that they be spread upon
the minutes of our club. W. M., S. W. and J. S., Committee.
The sum of $300,000,000 pure gold, if in the shape of a ball, would
in such globular form represent a sphere a little over I2j leet in di
ameter, giving gold a value of $20.671831625 per ounce.
The Amalgamated Conner Comnauv has declared its retrular divi-
amounting to 51,500,000. 1 Ins makes a total-paid to date of 510,500, -000.
On April 26 the Anaconda will pay a dividend of $1.25 per share
and an extra dividend of 75c per share. This will amount to $2,400,-
000. me Anaconda s total dividends to date amount to $19,350,000.
Prospectors are making a vigorous protest against the laws of Brit
ish Columbia. In order to locate claims a prospector must take out a $5
license. He must pay a poll tax of $3. It costs $2.50 to file a notice of
location. If he uses any timber either for fuel or mining purposes, he
must pay a royalty of 50 cents per cord. If he mines any ore he also is
assessed as taxes 2j per cent on net returns. Western Mining World.
The following law in regard to mining was passed by the 21st bi
ennial session of the legislature held at Salem Jan. and Feb. 1901: An
act making it a crime to remove or interfere with mining claim location
marks and prescribing the penalty therefor. Section 1. If any person
or persons shall willfully and maliciously deface, remove, pull down, in
jure or destroy any location stake,
monument, or any other legal iana boundary monument in this state,
designating, or intending to designate, the location boundary or name
of any mining claim, lode or vein of mineral, or the name of the dis
coverer, or date of discovery thereof, the person or persons so offending
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be
punishable by a fine of not more than five hundred ($500) dollars, or by
imprisonment in tha county jail fora
or by both such fine and imprisonment 111 the discretion of the court;
provided, that this Act shall not apply to abandoned property. Ap
proved February 27, 1901.
JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT.
If he'd had Itclilng Piiea. They're
terribly annoying; butBnoklen's Arnica
Salvo will cure the worst case of piles on
earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Tains or Bodily Eruptions it's
the best etilvo In the world. Price 25u a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Ben
son Duua Co.
Fourteen as fine horses as can be
gathered together in the United
States were shipped by boat Friday
to Seattle. Albany is a center for
good horses, and we are glad to
note the splendid price received by
farmers now for them. The bicycle
can never touch the big, strong
animal for which there is now such
a demand. Democrat
CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. M
Thompson, a large importer of lino
milliner at 105S Milwaukee Avenuo,
Chicago, says: "During the late severe
weather I caught a dreadful cold which
kept mo awake at night and made me
unlit to attend my work during the day.
One of mv milliners was taking Cham,
berlain's 'Cough Itemedy for a severe
colli at that time, which eeemed to ro
liovo her so nulrkly that I bought some
for uiysolf. It acted' like magic and I
boirun to imnrovo at once. 1 am now
entirely well and feel very pleased to
acknowledge it merits." J'or pale iy
Bessos Drug Co.. Cottage Grove, Lv
o.ns & Ari'LUQATE, Drain.
until last week when it was analyzed
side post, corner post, land mark or
periol of not more thnn six months,
A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENG
LAND. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy the best in the world for Bron
chitis," says Mr. William Savorr, of
Warrington, England. "It has saved
my wife's life, she having been a
martyr to bronchitis for over six yearn,
being most of the time confined to her
bed. Shots now quite well." Sold by
Benson Daua Co.. Cottage Grove. Ly
ons & Ahpleoatk, Drain.
TAN BARK WANTED.
200 cords of Hemlock bark wanted
at Haine's Tannery, Eugene, Ore
gon, we will pay 57.00 per cord
on board cars at Cottage Grove or
Walker station. For information
write or ,call on W. .Wi Haines 1
Co., Eugene, Oregon.
POR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
Suits cleaned and pressed from
$2,25 and up according to texture.
Prices in proportion per single gar
ment. Eugene Steafh' . Cleaning
and Dyeing Works, Geo. E.
wanted TitunTWQitTUY MEN and wo
men to travel and advertise foro)d estab
lished houo of Kolfd financial standing.
Salary $780 a year n.nd expenses, all
payable in cash. tSo canvassing' re
quited. Give reference arid 'enclose
self addressed stamped enve'pnp ' Ad
(Irene Manuger, 355 Caxtou Bljlg! Chlcaf
go. , ' "'