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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1901)
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The Proiptfoui fiuilnei Men
of Cottage Grove Adverthe In
Bring Your Job-Worfc t6 tff
Nugget Job Office.
Devoted to the Mining, Numbering and Farming Interests of thi Community, to Good Government, and Hustling for a Grub Stake.
Oofcfcago Grove, Oregon, Friday, July 5, 1901.
J. E. YOUNG
- Ofllco on twt, Wfil Hlilo
CoTTArtic Gkovic, Oku.
J. a JOHNSON and F. G, lillY
flUorneu and Counselon-at-Law
ixilil atuntloti pWn to Mlnln,(irtirlluii
tint iletimiillo liiw.
COTTAGE GROVE, 0 R It.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-at-Law o o o
l-Offlfoii Main iltrot-:-
Cottaok Gkovk, Oh It.
Prompt ntlMilttm jolil to Mltiln ltnliie.
Cottagi: Gkovk, Ork.
L. L. STEVENS
HrUI ntUntlnii lren to Mining llutiiet
mil fuller! lima.
CIU. A. lUllllY.
THOMPSON & HARDY
flttorneys and Counselor s-at- Law
Hirfcl.l attention given to the law of Illnei.
L. T. HARRIS
flttorneu nnd Counselor-at-r.au'
MhUI .tuntliiti i vb;I U 'lie Uw lit Jlliiei.
'jittjciitat lunic'.Jtiniiiiiig, .
yj.y, lAiu e ass J rs.
tUmule! by mull reftlvo jirumr.t tloiitliin.
FRANK P. WHITE,
covr.un: nitovi:. oiib.
01c with Jtue llemcnvtiiy, Mnltint.
Mr. Kathcrlne Sclilcef, M. D.
Diseases of Women and Children
corrAOK GUOVK, OUK.
D. J. GOVER
Prospector and Mine Locator.
For Information on Uoliemia
Mining District write me.
HpecUl Attention Olven to Ciirrciiiiloiico
MRS. PET SAN FORD'S
For Fashionable Dressmaking:
Cottaok Gkovk, Okic.
J. W. BENTLY,
The practical Boot and Shoe maker,
located one door west of tiie Bohe
Repairing neatly and quickly done
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call
' BARKER & PERMIN
-DKAMSIIS IN UN.
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS
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Mlmtroot, Oollucu Orove, qto.
Proprietor of the AXflAMBRA
CHOP HOUSE, near depot.
Cotta'oe Gkovk, Okk.
Short orders day and night. Every
thing first-class aUd the best the
H. C. MADSEN.
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Wc are olTeriug all of our I.adies and mcn5.Sbofl, in fine, medium'
and liefivygradcs at actual cot. . : : Sonie of them in good
wearers at 50c, 75c and $1 per pair. Wc will soli you the cheapest
shoos you ever bought. : : . ; : : Only three items reserved.'
Eakin & Brlstow
.'Devofod To Dohcmi Noros arvd
JwItrT5 o oneraj' irj-QKe3rro Mirtin Men
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We are not exactly like little George and the hatchet and the cherry tree story: cannot tell a lie. And
it is not necessary. for us to misrepresent to sell Our Goods, being first class in every respect. Fair Treat
ment and Fair Dealing is Our Motto.
Next Saturday we will offer Our Entire Line of
Ladies' Wratmers at a Great Discount
' . r - , v. Z. . . " .' ' j. - I dropped off last year and is still second, while Canada took the tilled
J " r $1.25" foT BCT ICT(58 k&Jckuie rounff. Tire trM Transvaal, causing tte
Wc have just received Our New Stock of Hats direct from the Factory,
to-datc Hat in the market. Our$i.75'Hat is' a crack-a-jack. Produce taken in Exchange for
The Beat Assortment and
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We will sell you clothing, Men nnd Boy's, neat up-to-date suits cheaper than you have ever
bought thctn in town. Come and see our goods and get our prices before you buy a full line of
Summer Goods, and Indies Shirt Waists on the same line cheaper than ever.
HEMENWAT & BUEKHOLDEE.
Slielf and Heavy
inarming' Tools, .
Simonds Saws, '
Studabaker Wagons, (
Hercules Powder, '
Dunn's solid Tree Spray,
Or iff hi & Veatch Company,
HOLLEMOK.BROS, & BRISTOW.
Hequarter'sVor' MINING MEN!
KVMIV WAST ATTHXUen TO.
Euounk, - - - - Orkgon.
A SHOE THAT IS WORN BY
All Mall Ordtws
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T-i Av GILBERT,.
' Eugene, Oregon.
Successor to B. F. PHILLIPS,
'All kinds of Produce bought
at the highest market values.
Call and get acquainted with
1 its. We shall be pleased at all
thnes' to quote you prices
upon all lines handled by us,
whether you buy or not.
Our Stock is New, Neat ami
Clean, and having had years
-of experience hi. business, we-
assure you the very best goods
'6 market affords, 'and 'the
lowest possible prices. .' (
Remember the place; Phillips,'
old stand, Cottagt Grove, Ore.
Reports from the Helena mine, Bohemia, are to the effect that
everything is running along smoothly at present. It is expected that
the broken machinery will soon be repaired so that the full 10 stamps
will soon be dropping again. Only 5 stamps have been running for
some time. The coaipany is now workinjr about 25 men.-
A Redding dispatch to theS. F. Bulletin says the great Sweepstake"
gravel mine of Trinity county has been sold outright to a syndicate of
several Philadelphia capitalists for a sum which is somewhat in excess
$5,000,000. The money has been paid over, the purchasers have taken
charge, the plans for operation are complete, and the extensive work
which has already commenced, is under the direction of the buyers.
This is probably the largest mine sale ever made in California, and the
entire deal was consumated in less than six week's time.
The following is from the Ashland Town Talk: "We were shown
this week samples of ore from the Blue Ledge, situated on Joe creek, ft
south fork of Elliott creek, and about 25 miles southwest of Ashland, on
the stttte line, some of the claims lying in California and some in Oregon.
There are twenty-one claims already taken, all by Crescent City parties.
The ledge is a contact and in places shows 300 feet in width. It is
claimed that the average tests show 30 per cent copper and some of the
ore hasshown as high as $60 in gold. The companiesare doing develop
ment work and already have several hundred tons of ore on the dump.
Tnis is expected to develop into one of the greatest mines ever dis
covered on the Pacific coast. ,
The output of ores and minerals in the United States in 1900, ac
cording to the Engineering and Mining Journal amounted to $1,365.
585, an increase over 1899 of $i47i393.945- The most valuable of these
products was coal, next pig iron, with copper third and clay product
fourth, while gold is fifth on the list with petroleum close to it in value,
The current number of the Engineering and Mining Journal con
tains complete estimates of the gold output of the world, which show
that the United States during last year moved from third to first place
in the record of production. In 1890 the output of the Uuited States
was $99,518,718, while the world at large produced $311,505,948. Last
year the United States produced $118,435,562 out of $255,954,654 pro
duced by the entire world. Australia, which was second in 1899,
ccsation of output, gave the first place to this country, but it is thought
that the gains in this country is so rapid that even when the South
African mines are in full production they will hardly be able to resumes
their old place at the head of the list.
Dennis McMahon, aged 18 years,
was badly injured at Ashland last
Saturday night while attempting to
jump on a moving engine, ine
wheels passed over his right hand,
which' was amputated three inches
above the wrist, and the footboard
and brakebeams scraped his entire
body, and the walls of his chest and
left lung were crushed.
Saturday the river and harbors
committee of the house of represen
tatives was given an excursion up
the west side of Willamette valley
to Corvallis, thence across to Al
bany, thetice down the east side of
the river back to Portland. It was
in all respects a successful and en
George M, MilleY, who has re
cently achieved much notoriety by
hauling down the British flag near
Skagway, is well known in Oregon,
having resided in this state many
years. He is an attorney-at-law at
Eugene, and for several years has
been engaged in the real estate
business, with varying success. He
is a brother of Joaquin Miller, the
"Poet of the Sierras."
Haying has been delayed by
showery nnd cloudy weather, and
some clover lying on the ground
has been injured, but roost of that
cut has been safely housed. A big
crop of timothy hay is now ready
to cut, but the farmers are waiting
for yarmcr, sunshiny weather be
fore beginning its harvest. The
first crop of alfalfa has been secured
and the yields averaged about the
same as last year.
A $2,000,000 damage suit has
been commenced at Pendleton, Ore.
The defendants are the proprietors
of the Schultz -brewery and the
East OreKoniahtThe Ss.ooo.ooofS
wanted by Brewer Schlitz of Mil
waukee for alleged infringement of
patent. The damages asked are
the largest known in the history of
that town. Joseph Schlitz and
Henry Schultz are managers of two
brewing companies, the former
opetating in Milwaukee, and the
latter at Pendleton. The Schiltz
company s label has a globe and
the name in -white script. The
Schultz label has a football, not dis
similar in shape to the globe, and
"Schultz" in white script also.
The Milwavkee people claim that
their business is being diverted, and
ask for an injunction restraining
the use of the alleged imitation
label, and damages.
The supreme court of the State ot
Oregon handed down a decision
Monday, in the appeal of Frank
McDaniel, convicted of the murder
of Clara Fitch in Multnomah
county, and serving a life sentence
in the penitentiary. The decision
of the lower court was sustained.
The Oregon exhibit in the horti
cultural, agricultural, mining and,
forestry building surpasses that of
any other state. The state of Wash
ington with an appropriation of
$25,000, $5,000 more than Oregon,
has not half the exhibit that our
state has, and part of what it has-
was borrowed from our commis
sioners. Oregon is quite well ad
vertised, but not as much as it
should, still we, as delegates to the
National Editorial Association from
Oregon, were granted more favors
than that of any other state delega
tion. Through the courtesy of the
Grand Trunk Railway we were
given a trip to the old Canadian
city of Toronto. The celebrated
New York Central and Hudson
River Railroad granted us a trip to
New York on its four track up-to-date
railway. Oregon City Herald.
Cottage Grove is' ,yyell supplied