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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1902)
S Till! AllVKIITIHINO JIKIlll'M. S
a HEAT JOB MllNTLIll
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering and Farming Interest? of this Community, to Good Government, nnd Hustling for a Grub Stake.
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST i, 1902.
ovotod To DohcnilTk Nofo.5
llll- SUNKISli OKOUP.
A nhorl. time HKO K. H. Lovchii'i', nt
I'lii t ItniiMiiin, X. I)., ilrrlvi'il In tli
city MiTiniipiinlcil by u. U'Kuuiir nml
V. II. TIioiiihoii Imtli of (Iriuiil
Fork, N. I). They at unco drnvu iii
Into lloheinln where the two hitter
nu'ii went Klvi'ii t lid rlitlit of wny to
(lioriniKlily nml Impiirtlnlly Invcutl
Kiitu thu HimrliM) pi'diivrty coiimIhIIiik
if eight vlalniN, nil of which have
Imtii proHiNH'tril nuil ilevWnjH'd to
hiiiiiu ijxtuiit. huvci'iiI IiiiiiicIh Im-Iiik
driven 11 iIIhIiiiicc of live or clx liiiu
iln'il fc't Into the iniiiiiitalii.
TIh'mo Kt'iitlfint'ii looked 1 1! proji
'i'ty over tlioroiiKlily ami ' irliiincil
hint (Wunlnv to HiIh city, where a
NitHKet reporter Interviewed them
Miinilny lieforo they Htnrled cant.
.Mr. I'Hiii'iir cxprewtcd IiIiiihi'U ax
HiirprlMMl ln,vnnil iiiciimiiiv nl I In- llim
mIkiwIiiu oiiIIiIh property ami Htntnl
that II would ri'rliilnl.v warrant my
outlay of money tor furtner develop
infill anil Improvement, lit) In a
miner of inaliy .vcurn experlcnco anil
Iiiim Ixvn through inniiy of tlm Ix-xt
Kohl mine In the went, jet he nii.vn
lu never hhw anything more proml
Injr than In the Sunrlw.
.Mr. ThompHon Ih a hunluc man I
f Urnnd ForkMmid niado the exiiml-
nation for othern who contemplate !
IhupurchuHMifHlock hIioiiIi) he re
port favorably. Not a Hample wum
taken from any of the tuunelH that
iIih'h not rontaln at leant a trace of
Kohl. IIioii IiIh return Iioiiid he took
nearly iumwiiiiiiinii pouiniM 01 hiiiii- i
tile of oreirnthered from the tuiiiiclH
on the proierty which will be annly-.
zed nuil luumyeil by Prof. Italicmk. J
of the "Si hool of .Mluw", Unlvi rnlty j
of North Dakota. Lack of npatr loiv i
limn extended article HiIh
LeKoy'ii New Machinery.
A Hut en r en ute over tlfeS. P.
wan Nhlet nn'ked hciv thin week,
dev'ked with HtreninerM iH-iirlng the
wordH "TO TlUC t.KHOY M INI NO
CO." The car wiim limited with one
lilr eoinprcMM'r. one .'KVIiorw holler,
'euuliie. iwlvcr, tankM, two :i Inch
l-yner drlUn. llHXI feet of two Inch
pl with all eipilimeiilM Including u
lilackMiiilthlug outfit and mtverul
hliuilreil fei-t of Hleel. Knpi'rliiteuilent
JolinNou mine down TneHilny night
mid 11 platform Iiiim been erected
upon which the muclilnery will Im
tiiken from the ear, alter which It
will Im loaded on the frclghtwngon.
Thin Ix the llrt-t car loaded with min
ing machinery that Iiiim Ixru ban
iieivd and the ri'MUlt Iiiim Ihvii a good
iiilvcrtlHcmciit for llohemla. Kvi-ry-where
along the Hue t lie cur Iiiim at
tracted much attention. The uimi-ngci-H
expect to have the machinery
In operation by the 151 li or -0t li of
AugiiMt. Forty thoUHaml mIiiiivm of
iiilnlngMtock have been Hold by the
l'Ilny jn'iijilo. thin month. Thin Im
Hiirely I'liconraglug to thywi who
early In tlm blntory o the company
miiHtereil tii HUlllclent conruge to
take a IhoiiHiitiil or two hIiuich at
I he going tirlce, Ili'Mtut 1 ccuImuuiI
then two weekHdutcr at :i cciiIm. It
Imii noticeable fact that ill no time
Iiiim there been n lull III the Hale of
thlM Htock, ami it Iiuh been IncrciiMlug
raildly In value until today It Ih
worth mid Itclng readily bought for
lUceiitH. With the prewnt iiutlooli,
theHplmulld piaehlnery now on the
ground not "lulk" but a reality
the work well la hand the railroad
now under coiiHtructtou n buy at
111 cfutH Iri hh good or better than a
buy at ljj centH at the Htm l, when
the purclinxer had nothing but a
pi-oinlM) from thu proniolet-H. It Im
iiImo noteworthy that tlie ciiinpnn.v
Iiuh Itoon eoiiMervntlve In Km promlHOM
and that nothing Iiiim Ikvii tiromlHed
(hut Iiiim not been forthcoming.
.StoekholiltvH In thin 'company con
gratulate theniHclveH on their lucky
It Ih ti notewortliy fuet that every
Htuek comiiauy In llohemla that Iiiim
put Km Htock on the umrltet nml
made any attempt to sell Iiiim met
with Hpleuilld huccchh, mid nt no
time hiiM failure remitted. It is not
the Intention of the writer to Htate
that there will not.lio placed on the
market HtockH of ltohemln prop
ertleH that will not bo prolltuble.
Undoubtedly thlMWIIIbe theeiiHoln
Homo ItiHtanceH, but Hum far thero Ih
no reeord to that effect, Take the
Ilelonn, the Muslok. the Star. They
went on the market nt a maul! price
nnd todayseo where they are, and If
you do not think the Htock In theno
propcrtlcH la valuable, try to pick up
iv few thotiHiind shares that Is the
tent ot tho pudding. Look at the
lieltoy, the Hiawatha, tho Jud
hou Hock, the AdtiuiH Moiintulu,
tho CryHtal, all of which Htnrted
their HtoekH nt low prices. At tho
very beginning thCBO propertleH met
with moroillHcournROiuqntthan they
hivvo Hlneo, for with every loot of de
velopment work, they have hud
Homethlng to bIiow that Iiuh hud a
tnndancv to irlvo tllOKO who had fultll
,ln tho beginning n firmer opinion of
hn innrltotiB niialltlea of tho nevernl
propertleH, unci in place of tho stocks
l,aVe ' go.?o Pr aSrt"W ta ve
,.P t fr nr.'-,hn',' Hi" tuol tnki vh
Itxrofojt 10 Ml
Mil! (1UI1AT IIOIII'.MIA DISTRICT.
11 v 111:0. v. i.i.ovii.
The following article liy (Jito, V.
KIllVcl, of ItoHlOII, llH'IUVll 1(1 flit l.v
In the "New ICutdauil .Juiirniil for In
vcMlorH" from whleh It wax repnb-
Hnlicd h.v tl I'aclllp Miner" anil
other mliilnir JoiirmilH:
One of the iiiomI prominent of Ore
Koii'h iiiIiiIiik ciunpM Ih the llolietnla
111I11I11K dlHtrlct. It Ih Hltuuieil In the
Calapoola mouutaliiH, ahont I .Ml iiiIIch
xoutliofthe northern lioiimlary of
the Htate nml aliiml IN) mllcn cunt of
the I'nelllc count. It .Im reached by
hIiikc from CottiKC drove, a Htatlon
on the HhiiHtn route of thu Koiilhern
l'aellle rallroail. The dlttancc liy
hIiikc Ih about il'i iiiIIch. The dlHtrlct
Iiuh Inm known locally for many
yearn anil there are wverul IiihIuiicch
where the early ploiiccrn found pock-
elH of gnlil theiy. It remained In an
Inactive Htntc, however, until about
teu-yeat'H ai;o, when minim; men from
Montana ami California commenced
active development. From that time
oil the development Iiuh Ih'i'ii proKe-
ruled with vigor mid with hiicIikooiI
reniiltH that over .yow,Hm worth of
ore Iiiim Ihtii exKcd to date
The dlMtrlcl now cinbriuvM an area
of ten iiiIIch cant and went ami hIx
iiiIIch north mid Html It. The centra
part of thu dlHtrlct IIcm iiIoiik the
bark-bone of the Calapoola rungc.
, which Ih the dlvtdlnir Hue between
Lane mid )ouIiim countlj H. There
are about HW mliilnK locatloint In the
dlnirlet each Ir-Iiik I.VN) fivt In length
by WXI feet In width anil contiilnlim;
iicivh. J lw;iv Ih, theivfore. only a
llttle over one-third of the territory
located, thiix hIiowIiik that thcrvlMa
HpliMidhl IIHil for proKH-ctorM.
Within the dlHtrlct nre llolicinln.
I'alrvlevv, Klepliaut. Ailmim, (lioiiw
and (Irltxly mountaltiM, the hllicnt
Ih-Iiik lloheiiilji, the top of which Im
Iwonfwt abort mi level. Tbevnllcvn
In the Immediate vicinity are nboiit'
iltnw feet above neu level,
I In ilexiTthluK the formation of the
llohemla mining dlHtrlct I will ipiole
'extciiHlvely from the report of Prof.
.l. H. Hitler of the I 'lilted SIiiIck gM..
logical Miirwy. maile In P.XX).
"The Culuioola riingu throughout
' Hh whole extent Ih rompoHcd of Iivvan
like thoHOof IheCaMCiuleratige. They
aiv arranged in HheetHradlutiiigfrom
the volcaniH'H whence they came, and
nre piled up to a great thlckueHH.
The wiiIIh of the canyon along the
.Middle fork of the Willamette toward
He Mourcc llhiKtrate thin feat inn nt a
number of points and It may be mil
uIho In the HiimmltM of Home of the
more prominent pcakH. Oencrnlly
tho hIiivIh of lava are very Irregular
and no parallel arrangement on u
large ncale Im vImIIiIo. The lava tilling
the throat of a once ncttvo volcano
limy maku a prominent peak, iih in
Cougar rock, or may Htmid on end
with ci)imiciioiih columiiarHtructure
um In Hear DoneM-rock, a Mliort iIIh
tuuiveuHt ol the Ituhciuhi mining
dlHtrlct. The region Iiiim IomI much
byeroHlon. IU HtivaniM have car
ried the material away and cut deep
narrow valleyM, alnumt nnrrow
enough to be culled eanyouH. They
expone roekn to a depth of over LIMH)
feet luviiH, vein matter, nnd Htrntl
fled frugmeutal volcanic mutcrlul.
"TheeompoHltlou ivml Htructure of
tlm Uohemlfi mining dlHtrlct ntx cm
Nuutlully thoHO of the talnpoola
mountnliiM iih a whole. Upon the
northern nlopo of the divide within
thu dlHtrlct the lava hIiccIh Incline
northward, and upon the oppoHite
Hide they Incline Houthwurd, appar
ently; hut In (IrotiHO mouutulu, iih
well iih along a part ot tho upicr
couwo of IIoi'Hchctvvcit creek, they
Having around and dip eiiHtwnrd, iih
If they enmimted from n volcunlecen
tre nbout the head of City creek.
Such nmy have been the ciiho, liutthe
distribution of the frngmeutnl vol
canic material Ih opponed to HiIh
view. H Ih poHHbe tluit the dlver
gi'iit dip Is duo to uplifting by mount-utu-liulldlng
"Tho rockH of the Uohemlii tvglon
are known to tho miners generally iih
syenite, but, iih already Htntotl, they
nre wholly volcanic and lire gener-
ally lava llowa, nltho' tuffn are ipilto
coinnion, Among the Juvuh ande-
Hltesarohy far the most iilninduut.
A few of them are mi)ro or less con
BpleuoiiHly porphyrltle and eontnln
phenoeryatH of iiuurtz; they are there
fore clnsscil an darlto porpliyiieu,
HaHiiltH occur Hparlugiy,
'AndeeltpH. With very low oxcop-
tloiiH all of the rockn of tho llohemla
region might be Included under thin
heading, for thodnclte-porplryrlcHnre
only porphyrltle quartis-benrlng an-
dOBites. The tuffs, too, and moat of
the bnsultH tiro undewltle. In novurnl
of the andeslten hornblende iHpa'sont
'but uonerall, pyroxene Is the nnlv
characterWiig ferromngni'Mlaii hIII
cate. Although Widely illMtrlbutiil,
, the andeHlteM nre inui'li ultered, mid
only n few of the IcfiHt-nltercil lomm
will bo nolcd.
"On the Chnmplnii trail one-fourth
mile HonthciiHt of the MiiHlck mine Im
a gray, minutely iorphyrltle jiyrox
eue miileHlte, In which, Ih'hIiIi-h thu
cryHtalM ortilaglochiHe, theri'iirudark
HpotH of 3'roxene or chlorite derived
from It., MoHt of the iyroxcne Ih cer
tainly auglle, but Home of thonltered
foruiH Hiiggent liypcrHthene. The
ground iiiumm Im chiefly plaglocliiHe,
thit minute Intli hIiuih'iI eryntalH of
which, Willi the pyroxene, give a
Homewhat ophllle Htrnctu. A few
lark bordered HpotH HitggelH the for
mer prcnciico of hornblende, ami
Irregular grahiH of magnetite are
will Icifd rathcrabumlautly through
out the miiHH.
"Helow the trail the country rock
about the (liilcna npur oin'iilng of the
Wnll Street c laim Inrlowly related to
the niiileMlte hlHt noted, but contulilH
ncnrcely any pluglochiM' rryntalH vIm-
Iblc to the unaided eye. I'yroxenn Ih
prcHent, ami iiImo dark bordered
patchcH from which mont ofthehorn
blende Iiuh iIlKappi'iired. Tho field-
npar Iiiim a large angle of Mvminetrlc
extinction mid Ih iniHt likely labrad
orlte. TIiIm Ih the only dlHtlnctly
hornblenile-boarlug pyroxene mule-hIick-cii
in the Doliemla -Mining DlH
trlct. "To the northward, in Klepliaut
mountain and Falrvlew, anil In the
ridge U'tween tlictu, the dark-gray
porphyrltle nuilcxlte prevailH, but Ih
Homewliat ultered, contnlnlng con
Nlderable carbonate of lime, cpldoto
In the hou th baw of lloheuila
moiintalu, at the head of Pe tcrnhurg
canyon, tlii-midwlte Ih nrrangeil In
Inyern, noven of which make up the
uyK'r ")00 feet of the mountain. The
lower layer Iiuh well-develoieil col
umnar Htrui'tuiv, and the deneeiinde
hIIv of which It Ih compimed contulilH
iH-twit'ii the nilniite plngloclaxe cryn
talM, la'HldeM nnmeroUH grulim of ntlg
Ite, a gn-at deal of ycllowlnh, par
tially devltrilled ghiNM.
"Tho top of drizzly jH'iik Im coin
poxed of a compact, dark gray, mm
porphyrltle auileHl te of buxultlc habit,
butcoiiHlHtlng chlelly of plaglochtHe
In Hinull, HipmrlMh ami a few oblong
cryntnlM, with eoiiHldcrable magnetite
ind a truce of pyroxene. Kpldnte,
clilorlte nnd rarboiiateH ivilaci'moHt
of tlie pyroxene. Another Hlmlliir
rock, but evon liner grained, occiii-h
by the Noonday boarding . house.
The felilHparH. generally Ichh than
l).0." mm. In length, nre abundant In
the ground iiiumm, mid the mlcrophc
uocryMtM nre rich In cryHtnlH and
grahiH of muguetlte.
"IliiHiiltH are few ami umlcHiticlu
the llohemla ivglon. One of the 1hmI
mnrkeil forniM the Houtheru edge of
the Hiimmlt of llohemla mountain.
.MIcroH'iiocryHtH of fclilnptir, pyrox
ene anil, Heruiitiuu are abumlant, j
and ho tlccrviiHvd In nlze that the iIIh-
tlnctlou between ground iuuhh nml
phcnocr.VHtH Im not nharply drawn.
The wriientlue Iiuh the net Htructure
charileterlHtlc of that derived frpm
olivine. The ground iuuhh Ih com-
potted ehlelly of lath-Hhaiicd plnglo-
claw and granular uuglte, with con
Hldrrable mnguutlto nnd a Hinull
amount of neeondary qunrtz. TIicko
rH.'kH nre cut by vehw of ipinrtx, nnd
were evidently In place before the de
velopincut of the uurlferouH vcIiih.
At tlm northeiiHtern end of Uohemlii
mouutulu the lava HhcetH arecutli.v
a vein of bright red chert. In tho
lmud Hpeclmeu tliin vein chert looks
very much llko that of organic ori
gin found nt ninny poiutH In the
UoiiHt Itangu ofSoutli.ern'Oit'gon and
"TuffH are abu'ndaut, eHpeclally In
thucuHtcru pnrt, of the llohemla re
glon. They nre well exposed nlno at
Hoveral plaeeH In-the wcHtern nnd
"As the region Ih approached by
the.Shurp eiwk trail the Htratllled
tuffs mi) flrnl Been under JiuIhoii rock,
where the flue gray banded tuff Is
well exposed. Well-Htratlfled tuffs
occur In the renoi'volr to A, F. John
sou's stamp mill upon tho western
slope of Klepliaut -mountain. A
'conrHor vnrlety, of larger distribu
tion, was seen on the White Ohost
elnlm, nenr the right bank of City
creek. At this point, the component
lapllll are a centimeter or ho In ill-
ninoter anil tho frngmental character
la visible to the eye. Here, too, It Is
asHocIated with tho Interesting tour
maline horufelH, which doubtless ex
cited the mtnerH' hopes. The rock Ih
In places gnelsnold In Htructure ami
Ih composed ehlelly of tourmaline,
with Htich quartz nnd minute kcuIch
of clear mica. This n pilars to boa
product of contact metiunorphlHin,
with tuff on one Hide, but on tho
other Hide 10-foot ledgo of hornfels
nothing was exposed,
"In the tunnel to,No. is level of tho
Noonday mine tuff Is well exposed In
HhcetH Inters! rut llled with lavas.
They nre all of lino material. It Is a
matter of surprise, to hud no course
frngmental material of volcanic ori
gin In tho region. It furnls!ien evi
dence that the explosive outbreaks
were outside- of the district, possibly
to the eastward for In that direction
the tuffs bcqonie cpurwr ami much
moro lnasslvo. On the trail from the
Noonday to Itlverslde n good view
Im obtained of the slofiet'iiMt of Horne
hea ven creek an far Mouth ns Ilena
tlte moiintalu. This nlopo Is made
up chlelly of light colored, well Htnttl
"Very few, If hny of the rockn of
the llohemla DlHtrlct mv entirely un
altered, although the alteration Ih
UMiially ho small iih" not to effect thu
general ap'arnnce of the lavas In
the hand seclmeii. Near the velns
however, the iillerntloii Is greater,
and It Is to be Htippost'd Hint HiIh
alteration wiih effected In connection
with the development of the veins.
While the general allernllon of tho
lavas eoiislstiil chiefly In tin chlorltl
zatlon and enrbonutlzntlon of certain
minerals, the changes which were
brought about closer to the veins nre
different, In the Hcrlcltlzatlou an;
the most Important processes, and
these an; accompanied or followeil
by the deposition of sulphides,
Home of the veins of the llohemla
District urn not well defined, but are
Irregular mineralized belts or zones,
In which there Iiiim been much crush
ing of ris k ' material. Others are
well defined nnd can lie traced along
the'surface over the rfilges for long
distances. In places these veins out
crop to a width of over M) feet.
The courses of the reins vary from
north 40 degrees went to south 70 de
gree west. They follow sets of
joint plains, it Im evident from tho
relation of the Joints and veins tlint
the Joints dctcrrnlnol the position of
tho veins anil aided In affording nn
opportunity for the, circulation of
the iiilneral-l)eariug solutions by
which the ores nml gaugiie were do
posited. The development of the
veliiH, however, ennnot lw nscrllied
to the presence of nlmple JoIntHalone,
but to a crushed and porous belt of
the rock In which there may bo many
Irrvgulur Joints. . Occnslonnlly, the
walls or IncloMi'd fragmeuts hIiow
well marked oIIhIi or striae of
HllckeiiHliles due to faulting. The ex
istence of (niiltH of ut leuHt small ex
tent cannot Ikj doutiteil. It is pof-
sb)u that tho I'vltlencc of faulting
Wiih onee more general and that It
lay Inyn tv Home extent obHcnrwI or ',
obliterated by HultKequcnct; dejiosi
tlon ol vein matter. I
From the foregoing eoiiMlilcrnt Ions'
LtheilepoHltHlii tlur Uolieinia Dliitrictj
may Ik- coiiHlilered, In part nt least, I
The principal gangm- mineral Is
quartz, which Im more or Icmh nbiin
dnnt throughout the veins, nnd Is la
many of the small veins thu sole con
stituent. Such vcIiih nru of mllk-y
qunrtz, fresh, bright nnd solid, but
the larger veins contain quartz that
Is more or less porous mid cavvru
o'uh, mid tho larger oiR'iilngs are
Until with quartz eryntiils. While
tlio cryHtul lined cavities which ot-
cur more or Ichh nbimdiiiitly In nil ;
tlio lnrgo voiiiH are iiobUIvoIv ovl-1
donee that tlie deposition took plucu.
In 11 cuvlty, .vet tin" nliHoiiw of Iittnd-j
liiK Indlcntert viitltvlnvKUlnrit.tln tlm
hIiiiims nnd order of deH)o.-dtl(in In thu '
cavItieH. liy the oxldntlon of the In- j
clOHvd Iron pyiiti-s near tlie Hiirfni-o
tho poroiiH qiiartz Ih deeply xtulned
red, yellowlHh orlilncktlio color de
licndlnK upon tlio dfKree of oxidation
nml livilriitliiii iif tlio trim.
Next to quartz tlio most Important
gmiKiio material in tliovelnlMa white)
clayey milmtuncu resembling kaolin.
When treated with nitrate of cobalt !
ho are In part IiIkIi liiHtead ot low, iih
are thoHO of kaolin and It linn iitlnely
foliated Htructure with imnillel ex
tinction, like Hcrlcltt.
The Biirfiu-e ore arc In some In-
Htnnee) i-e milling:, but na depth Ih
Kidueil they chaiiBe to wlint Ih called
biiHO ores, which curry Bold, ullver,
copper and lead. Oxide of Iron Ih
frequently found and when It i Inter
mltiKlud with the nulphldo It Ih red
hematite, and Uh ptvHenco U B-ner.
ally considered an Indication that
tho ow In rech In (johl.
Tho dark brown to black oxide of
Iron Ih aometlinen aHHoclatcd with ti
partial weathered form ofKOod huI
phldu ore. Hold predominates In the
oren cnrryliiK iiHiiiilb' moro tlinn
ouc-hulf ot the mlnernl vnhieH.
Tho principal inlneH today In the
dlntrlct tiro the MiiHtck, Helena, Gold
Croau of tho llohemla Company, Ve
HiivhiH, KtoeljH and Harlow, LeKoy,
.Hlnwutha, OreKim-Colorado, Niiom
day, Urltzly, (.'humplon, El .Cnlado
nml Mountain hlou ot tho CryHtal
Company, KijiuiMe, JuiIhou ltock, IUi
toplan, Wall Street, and many other.
Thi'Ho inlneH aro opening up valuable
and larjj oixi bodies which aro being
deponMed 011 tho dumpHuwiiltln'K the
ndveut ol'Wo railroad,
Tho railroad Ih now lielng con
Btritctcd. (JrudliiK ,wiw commenced
about. tho Hint of -May. At tho
preweut time over seven nillea of con
Ht rue tlon Incompleted and tho total
dUtanco of 35 iiiIIuh from tho South
ern Pacific Vail road to CottageGrovo
to tho heart of tho dlntrlct will ho
completed thin year. Oregon, Miihwi
cluiKottH and Now York capital iu In
torestcil in this ontcrprlso.
Tho output for tho llohemla region
Iiuh been approximately na IoIIowh:
1S1KI, ?U,0Wi lSUl, 23.000; 1805, '.M,
1 Miiimidl cui pdfe 1.)
.i. .,. -i. -i. .u .i. -
4 CORSET 4?
THE ACME OF CORSET ELEGANCE.
To make room for our Large4 Stock of Fall
Goods, now Ordered, will give a Discbunt of
From 10 to 25 per cent, on all Odds and Ends,
This will be a Money-Saving Proposition to you.
Prompt unllun paid to Mining nmliicM.
Cottagk Grove, Orb.
J. C. JOHXSOX and F. .G EBY
.r 1 tor itc us and Couiiselors-at-Law
, 8pctl ttentI6n tiren to llntn?,Coriort!on
' nd M,remntte Lrw,
COTTAGE GROVE, ORE.
BARKER & PERMAN
DK ALE IIS IN FINE-
WINES, LIQUORS, CfGARS.
Matnitreet, Votlce lrov. Ore,
I J-. 1. XliiKKlCS
Attorney and (ioumelor-at-T.aw
Special ntlcnUon Klven 10 I he lw of Minci,
First Xutionnl Hunk Bullilins.
J. S. MEDLEY
Attorney-at-Law o o
: onieeou SUIn itreet : -CoTTAGU
W. H. ROBINSON
Ordoe ud resldonco on Hirer treet, near Walt.
COTTAQEOUOVE. - - OKEOON.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Caries a full line of Staple,
nnd Fancy goods, Granite,
Crockery, .Tin and .Glassware,
Vegetables, Flour, Feedj Oa.s;
Hay and everything, the
farmer or the housewife, needs.
Produce of nil kinds' token
It will he a pleasure at all
times to show our goods and
you lire earnestly requested to
call and examine them.
Will meet All Couipitlon
SKILLMAN & GAROUTTE
Successor to Baker & Johnson
COTTAGE GROVE. ORE
t - . - K - l - f--P 'I- -i- -i- -1- -i- -i- -i. .u -n
Thompson's Glovfc Fitting
Arc the only kind to buy nnd we have them in all
shapes and sizes.
A Fine Line of Girdles for Summer, Very
Popular. JDont fail to bcc them.
A full Line of Satin
They are the very latest.
Prices are Cheap.
Our New KID GLOVES are
better than the old ones. They
are the best value to be found for
the Price $i oo, $t.35 and $1.50
per pair. We also have a line nt
$1. 25 per pair that you can wash
EAKIN & BRISTOW,
The Leading Merchants.
COMMENCING- JULY 5,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Direct from the Factories;
We are sole Agents for Oregon and can save you the J
middle man's profits: We will take your old Piano or Organ in s
part payment for a new one and let you pay the balance in small '
monthly,' or yearly payments. We are the sole Agents for J
the celebrated TROWBRIDGE Piano. Write us lor Cata- a
logue and prices. '
MORRIS & CRAW,
Ninth Street, Eugene, Oregon.
W. S. ClIKlSMAN.
The Fashion Stables
RORNF.K MAIN nd SECOND STREET, COTTAOK OROVE
C'hrlsrrjai) & Baifis, Proprictoi's.
YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME
At the 11111 uumb iiu 1 m
Where the menli aro well cooked and well served and the bed are good.
ITS CLEAN THROUGHOUT.
And you'll find everything home-like without homo inconvenience,
Coinu and stay ns long uh posiilblu.
FINE LARGE SAMPLE ROMS
Kreo to our Commercial Trade. Trvonr Runiluy Dinner. Thu bent ever
-Served in uiiy Ilotel in tliu City.
K. D. HARDY, M'gr.
COTTAGE GROVE, - OREGON,
Attorney nt Xaw,
tlOTTAOh ( QIIOYE,, OHK,
Valuable mining property and On
heiiilu for sale. Jerome !""
Also own and opperate the Bohemia
Black Butte Stage Lines
First-Class Turnouts, Double or Single
J. E. YOUNG
Office a Mtla iMTfret; Writ UJ
CorrAOK GRoVe,- CJ'
Finn riMMvnrw.. choice latf. bund
hliH'lto for iiulo Jtviii Kno A Cu,