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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1906)
Devoted to the Mining, Lumbering nd Iruming Interests of thi s C 'r.tntn unity.
Cottage grove, lane county okegon, Wednesday, march 21, iqog.
-d fV Tf88
M3 tf f3
And (Jcncrnl Alining New
(lathered from lixilianjjcs.
Dan liurk of the Oregon Hoc ini
tial Co. in in Iiihij
Martin Shea in in town from the
Vesuvius aud will return in h ,hiv or
Andy NcIhoij returned In. m l'mt.
laud Hatuiday und in ; t i; roi ly
to go to Ainska.
I'lolil I 1! I)in yo'ir was -.o.
"I'll'- mill 1 1 1 v) 1 I '.!.") 1,. "i. 1 ton
of 'ii;n t t I I J 1 1 i; I H I i .nin o
of b.ir gold.
So f,n u lln cii,k Kt 1 i.c v 1 if 1 he
iliv i U-11 ( I m is rum 1 1 ni'il, lson
gold inirc i'. . iol.l.lv 1 In- 11. h vt in !
I II" IM i. 1 'or I In- pi- I ii I, m ;,
lli' 'In id nils p'iji I.mvi 1 ii.k-ii
y wi -ii joy ii'i 1 .'.o 11 1 ( ,i,t ,ci
1 uilMIIII. 1 he "I'll II n ih;i
til. 11 v:tM f oT.'i.IMio, mi t .11 yen.
slinidholilt 1 h have uiiivii) iij.
ilinl-. niiii'iiillii' I" $jj,h',j Id
Archie K nowli s w If
winking ul the Mumi 1
Tuesday to have sunn
from Iiim ci o.
I !) IH ln-1 II
' 111 - In UiW 11
Hit. k III Mi
In Case of State of Oregon vs.
Wm. Uurnette for Run
ning it Velocipede on
the f). & S. Ii. Tracks.
The flib School
in Mi around and go back home, and
Hint hi' would wa'k sl"W sothff
boa ould ovcilake him alter they
ljii'1 ln-cn to Go". In r r 'h. Ho
went 1. 11 li iiin- and when within a
half 1 1 1 1 1 - of DoMiia n.i t Chan.
M 'u fin an ! ipol.,- to liiin and wnt
on, :i ;il li.m ,i. wis tl.fi only person
!. r. t 'hi r s 1 xarr.irmtiori
ics'i;."! tint hi- went to Wild-'
ivoo'l lihotit s with I. m two I -rotherH
I'.Miii' y K-ll(-y, aii'l went to
-ori.: alii. ut -.:,, left ulio'it 11 fot
Ii'-iik- het we' I) to an I two thirty,
'in I Hint ti e otlur I-ovh sot l.oui-
ft a coi ' t if. 1.1
ati'l Iris :i ri'iiii'.'
mt' i r -,t i. r.-Iienn.i.
I ii' r l.iisincsH
1 a-- in i;.)-
t. V ir . ) 1-; al jri ri
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i lllllil 1 .1
v ' -'in-
Moti'luv :it 1 ti 111 m
nettoof Ioi.-ii wan pin, 011 trial '"''' ''-' I ' re -1 1. 1 rty .
hnc 'l with h'.vin;' inn a vcW i-1 Ch',. Mmlin ht.'itfd tliat h- had
.-.i. on i). t,:,,-ks ,,f tin, (). A- S.( ,T"' D'TC-na. mi l r--
on tin- 1, if!. of Marrh .'ir-i i"-'Mio,i..- I ate, .n, 1 w al k i al-ou t
Tom All.-n. ('. C. lla'-H' ii, A. i " ,l":,r,,'r ,,f " "''' "r more above
Htow-r. n- I'.'itfi, A. S. Powll.l,,,,i t""-', and there
r.n.l R !i 11 Hh-Iho-h were s!,tv, i,s,l,;s,,! I'tunott, th-n ulo'.t 'J
J. W. Slurmni), vioi- pMsi ti-ni i 1
tlia I'.uhemii Sineltn ; and Kailm!
Co. in in town wit!! A p l.t lCiy
and went njt to lamp ' Iik sitii v 1
s 1 1 1 :
8tl Splinter From Wodg FUroea Ey
Willie Watson, ft youug lad while
plitting some wood list Friday uf
temooti met with a uevore accident,
tbrough th Bplitting off of h .ted
splinter from the side of a slel
wedge he wkh driving, which flew
through the air and pierced Ids
right eyo, lodging on the outside of
the optic nervo, uo that the eye had
to be removed, lie wai taken to
Portland were he hud the but treat
ment that could ho procured.
Ertormoun Dividend Is Paid bv Mysore
London, March 1!), The enor
mous dividend of 145 per cent was
declared by the Mysore Hold Min
ing Company at its annual meeting
held here He other day. The
Ofo. KotiNu in in town fimn tint
Mineiul Hotel of tl.- k.!!i-ii ICulo
C'Milpnny. J!e ha mliulv it
covered from his ac, i 'rut laM Mini
mcr and im f.,t ami hem iy.
W. II. Shniie i mih'ii Iihi' tin
better put of the winter m t"ui,j
und in Htoppint; at Hotel On-gon.
He inend"iivorml,i in Ins npire tune
to secure bet lei w 1,-pho iuiiiii.ua
ication ith HoIk-iui'i
lien Trygxtjd, from the (i,.n
Colorado hns ben m die (iroe
several dajs taking a needed ie t,
ud haH now gone to spend fume
lime u hiit home.stc'i't und uil
then icturu to camp.
Mr. Hurt.ef "of Jthe Ore
gou Scturiliifl Tl. cama to tMi
Tuesday mi bin wjiy to Nevada,
whre ha will 1.x? associated with Mr
T. C Archer, former n j iutendaut
of the Oitigoti Sci'tuitieH Co.
l' J. Hard hasroturued from lio
beinia and repot u, u pleaajnt trip
above the clouds, well worth nuk
ing just to aeo th" Huiihliiiin Hi
Maya that the auow fall han been
about the average fur a Hoh, mia
winter, the heavy rain u mouth ag
carried much snow away, so that ut
this time the heavy puck ml auow
that uaually staya long into th
pring la u t very deep, mid he pre
dicts that thu ground will be en
tirely clear, earlier thnn in common
Many place whore thu nun ha-t a
chance aro now nearly bare Mr.
Hard is greatly elated over the im
proved conditions at all hia piopu
tie ana siaies thai wlule Ins pp ji
ertics are getting extensive develop
ment and are very valuable, he hopes
soon to commence the extraction
and treatment of ore both g"H and
copper, in a ahott time. Mr. Hard
also Baya it in suipriaing to hear tlin
favorite question ho prevalent in
Cottage (Uove, "Is there anthing
going to be done in Bohemia this
year," when only to a small extent
lias there In on nny cTssntioii in
work at auy ol the propcrtiea the
The following companies have nil
had meu emplojed and most of
them havo accompliHhcd as much
or uaoro than they have any season:
The Oregon Beciiiitiea Co., The
Vesuvius, North Foirview, Hiawa
tha, Sweepatakes, (lolden llnlo, Le
Roy, Cryatal, Itiverside, Shane &
Flischsir, Mclntyre, Judsou Rock,
King David and othern.
The Noith b'airview and Hinwii
tha both icpoit splendid bodies of
free milling ore aa the result of the
'. 1 ,
a w a .
M - 1 1. -Suphic
itin Tru i
1 li.it :
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1 in ms
u i i .
Mi ill' v A Ioii!iw'.n
ill' It l!( if s ' 1 fj
in 1 1.,- iiLm iii-i- i.f 1
:i' ' ns ul t"ri; v. fo the ( )
niil totise ;'s law' ' r
pi,,-,'- , (,i ':!! J'.'Pii
v. after t
i i I ! I )M i .h ' I p. ! .
V ji! i. , to ui my Ii i t.
ii I ' r i 1 1 1 1 t Iml i',n t
A. I'. W'nol wn- ti'- f'iiit w itn ss
and Hated th.it the licensed was not
an i in h e of tin- road, an 1 th'.t
Southwi ith, a lailroad leriion man,
I th ,t ;
ii it t,.-i!
- A v a ! 1. 1 '
liom I-jieria, vmiIUii' nloi e
It t stifled that h"
,-o. K'm'h that night
ial and that win:,? at
Land's a speeder wi-i. t 1 y, --s r 1 1 a
, singhr runii on ' ami that I '.-.ailed
j il c ma", liod'd no, hn-v t-r, nnd
i hm Ii.- w us conli li ii' 1 1 at i' a
. not !iii l-rothfi.
Alf litunctt tfst;ti'-d th it In- was
' lso p resent at I. an I's and saw the
I speeder go h uih could not swear
! who was or was not on it but that
! he aa c,ji fi h-nt that it was not Lis
'I! II '
A '"H t ll.ll Mi n't Mil b!f
t I ,
11 . l!l!l I 1A
llMl III " HV
1 'wo ' 'i till" S' 1. 1 ,l 1 ,
vernier, like 1. 1 .m
ell aa the i M i tin s, I,
Kcv. Cm c visit -d the High
Scho.. Tuonday hhiii mi l jtave
u iiiianteriMiiif; '-ilk liiih we nil
Ml'preciated ur v luri' h. We hope
Mi (',irf will not let thi b'i his
Kmi Sunt nl was iil.v, nt Monday
a"d Tu.i luy,
Scat' Whi.t wi tl.at.' (, noth
ing, uiiK Ag knocked the bo'ikt off
Slal mi) J fout-i- ut Hint'
had Iv'ii l.i i-k' ii intu
clo'-ipede t iken away.
( "lidui tni V. ('. I. on, ion tet tifd
Ihut , n Sit.iii'av he to k i vloci- ii'-' W'i' k-, was riille-i t" t'i'-
) edr up ; Hunt's b.iut t.r -md ' "t..r..l to tt.sufy tbal ho was paasing
I. I'-ked th- small heel in th -t a- bv J"'" Wick.s house ,.n hers back
fo-i hoii-e. and that it w.i- ) r thu a vt-'-' -';'-'K I 1 ' -1 'Ai'li one
n-e "f Aithur V:.n Si hi -ia-'k and tn'tli " iX An' lljHt 15 vva- 'n Un-
Mi Shaw to ,,.me t,. ih- rrt-M- u that it was W m . ! 1 1 n L-t t .
A I. 1A II I'.NC!-.
morning. That he also
a velocipede to Waiicn
nd Alf Imrnett, cither that
the biv before to lo to
' Sunda v
; I nted
. dny or
loi ena witt
t A. Nun Schniiick testifii'd that he
; attended a social at the Wihlwood
school house ".t of a mile from
' IIoi.fr. t!- t::;;!: ' f the r, on,:
! that lie rented ihe Vtlocjri'de to
Citizens Assembled Tuesday
Night and Nominated Ticket
to be Voted on April
Mayor Dr. H. It. Job
Alderman i at Ward, Jim I'oricr
; " -- 2nd Ward II V, ;iske
-.'bd Wmd, G. Mr-
Iteocrder Jo'; Vo'iri!.
t'i'y Treir-urer Herbert Kakin.
Conn, il'iiar; Win. Johnson, W.
A. Ifogc.te, nnd J. If. Birtels bo'd
over until net yenr, the retiiir g
' unn.rrvMi l.emg L . If. vinDeri
crcj, Chamberlain and Oliver
Dr. J. ib i-, a fll known ph-si-i
.hi of tli" to'-vn, 'i Lo-'i n.aL-y yp;.r-!-!
I'-nce 1 ere have made him ' c
'I ruido-i with .try m iii, -.vonni
and child in the country. He has
served the city btfoie m this ofllre
and wili go before the people n;i Lis
ncord of his previous work.
Jim Porpr is on'J of our local
capitalists and progressive farmers
a "I nas ni'tny interests m tl-e t'.wn,
and Ins only recently with !;s
t'l-other and Mr. Stewart built the
new brick block und remodeled the
Hot' 1 Oregon.
H. Vfctiske is the Cash f n.cciy
man, and has a wide acquaintance
thro'jglit ut the town. His home ia
the assembly ho is; for High 5r'!;o:.l
(iPO. Mc''ieen i , t'l" ; ro; ri-tr'-
luiys iM '
Dis'n ' ii,
I-'rid ty f
ion, di-in ;:
W 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 1
l'i.,f W. i
; Ii. I.e.- s
try' Ii-.: '.:
' auu i-ii.- v i:
1 ' .- .
i i'.-t inn
'.i I: ' -il a nd
:i t all
n .'i ': --.i Jii d
ai ,'hiv und
I- 1 ' foic a board
;i -J . I A' kerinan
.-: '.-.jolic instruct-
i,: I'm f. C- O. I h). er, of
I'.-iiverMty; Hon. A.
ul, ,1'pu n'-'.y-i. r.i-r il :
"-ci M.. M. D. . Hon R.
'i , M 1 , a nd Henry
i "i . )
CX i til
v i i :
i sh ir':; :. :. at t.
j niv ar.d the
I menl wii; ,-
e i ' 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 . I i
p! t gcome.
i i !', ''I 'Pip'iS'.ti'ltl
"' ale. 1 f 1 il C'-)V-
. 1 . nv. i nation
i- : v.d A c.t !e--a
i r to .some
a i if New
er and a
ut that h" w as m t hi: e.
Mi. L-H.d :'gnin testified to hear
ing H'- s,eder t li:i:i' and ia;i
out on tin- I or ch to see- wl o it Mas,
and t - 't i; whs some distance up
the tMck when he first heard it- that he did not i-ee anyone but
Miss Owens of Star was apend-; Clms. Martin half a mile fp m Do
ing the night with Mis I.und and i rtna.
to the (iiove Sunday morning, ami
bom tea, lo i V iln-k whenih" Mcttliat whin lie got tliere Sunday
ui to im t ti a, her hi li.-iinduto Cm.. ' morning about ,i it was gone, and
si f"i h' i .
Garelit. t aiiiouh Tfvcliir ol Slimina
linlr Succmd ) ear cf becund
Cmiiiiiv of l.llo.
I. on, Ion, Maiih i7. 1'rnli ssot
Manuel (lnni.i, the lumotta teiichci
of. singing and piobul-lv the most
,-eli I rut, d , enteiiai im, in the woild,
nceiM-,1 many enida and notes of
oni atulutioii today on beginning
the Hfi-ui d year of his nioml , en
tuiv of life Mure than eighty
jciitN ago Oaicia ;n a celclu at- d
b.niiiii.o and uinr- than si'y yeai
ago he it-tiied to become ti e most
mici-csht nl t ai h r of his hiv. Jcimv
he i the commotion hen the lb.ir-j Tlie majority of tde time con
n' tte boys arid Ceo- Land run oiii sun;el tLmugh.o'Jl thu ttaj was r
:o see the vt locijiede go by. bnticur ied by little petty hi, kcringr l-e-did
not ki.ow the time. tueeri the lawvers end witnesses, at
Clyde Km r testified as to having j times to tbo greft umucnierit of I
the staple wan pulled out of the I pa-'1 ''' ' K(nig up to l.anl s. ; Iiafeners. ;
door, p.resumallv with a jetvie. ! I-a wy r Johnson confined his en-j The ci.i-e waa given t the jury
That he then walked down to lined his Hitemeuts to a r vie w of i about '.'js, jukI nbo: midnight
h,.ti.i,'i mi,! fiiiii .l tit, ii l. ..-I i -t. ! 1 1
thoie, with the small wheel locked
lie on rums tpstininiu uii,n
ie : " v "
1 li'triM.n L Itiv tit...!. i O t
r view of i about '.' 5, and nl!
they Mere di.-charged ,1- ifaey could
not a'ree. It i nnd- : tood that
I ican can-
i-ar liouse. He testified to
; eeii the accused nt the
but did not nee him aflcr-
D K. b'olcits, section foienmnl
it Doiena, tehtified that he found j
the velocipede in front of the car
house Sunday uioiiiing and that he
h iked the small wheel in the house'
and that the other car had also ;
been brought in in the night broken, j
V. C. London bt-inc leoalled les-
l.i. id was the m,t celel'iat, d , I his h)i, , ,i,Ht tlv car was locked in the
pupils, another whh Murchcoi, hi i
no a noted maker of singers.
At the time of (Juicia'a birth,
March I7, No.", lluydn, liiclhovcn
Weber and Schubert wcie living,
Mendelrti.hn, Chopin, Schumann,
Verdi, Wagoner Brahni and Tschai
kowsky were not born, (iarcia wan
I urn in Madrid and his full name
ih Manuel 1'atrico Rodiiguc. Gar
cia His hither was the celebrated
Spanihh tenor for whom Rossini
specially composed thu part ol AI
maviva in "The. Hut her of Seville,"
In 1N25, ho with his father's
family, intioluced in New York the
first season of Italian opera ever
given in the New Wot Id. C.aicia'a
sister was Ihe famous Malibran, ie
garded as the foremost me. -soprano
ol her day. She died in iH,'5o'
-seventy yeais ago. His youngest
daughter, Mme. Viardot-Garoia,
vvaa in eaily daya the distinguished
Pauline, a great vocalist. Nearly
half a century since Signer Gaicia
presented a paper on the laryngos
cope to the Royal Society, explain
ing an invention which has since
become one of the most valuable of
the phyaiciau's iustrumonta. One
of the most remarkable charactetists
of this grand old man of music in
his vitality of body and vigor of
miud. That ho expects to live
some time yot is evidenced by him
telling a young lady, who applied
la? t summer to him for Ichsous, to
come again in throe years us her
voice was too immature for work.
Fletcher Oipurd, who went
to Portland to have his right eyo
looked after by a specialUt, had to
have tho eye removed, but it is
thought that the other eye will not
be affected. He is getting ulong
nicely, und will aoon lit home
&gaiu, w the doctor reports,
Hunt sti.tii'ii and wa to be used by
Haincy Kelley ol Dorena tcstilied
that lit, was at 11 social nt Wildwood
that night, saw Burnett there and
that about eleven ho with Alf nnd
Orvil'e Burnett started up the
track to Geo. Kerr'a and that when
they passed the Hunt station the
velocipede was there, but that when
they returned it was not.
Geo. Land tcstilied that the Hunt
station was about n quarter of a
mile lrom his houae, and that he
was a section man and that he re
sided in a house about -10 or 5o feet
fr om the track. That he was at the
Wild wood social that evening and
saw Burnett there and spoke to him,
and that he went homo about 1 1 p.
in. aud that ho did not see him
afti rwards until he saw him coming
own on the track on the velocipede
in front of the houso. That he
heard the velocipede coming, run to
tho door to sco who was on it and
saw Win. Burnett and was willing
to swear that it was him. In his
cross examination he testified that
he was u brother-in-law of Wm.
Buiiiotte and that some feeling ex
isted between them.
That the moonlight was very
bright at times, nnd that when the
car paseed it was so, and that the
two brothers of Buructte were with
him and one of them hailed the
man on tho velocipede, and that he
merely turned hia head aud did not
speak. That he had no prejudice
Tho court then took a- recess for
WITNUSSKS FOR DKl'KNBH.
Wm. Burnett being called testi
fied that he was at the social, aud
afterwards went up to Geo. Land's
with his brotliei'B, but decided to
plea for the di f mlaiit, stating that i they stool t to '' f r con n'ton.
no poBltive tvidciioe had been given ' The retrial was ;t-t fir Tue-dav
that what was given was prejudiced ; morning at 10 o'clock.
and that positive evidence is given. The second jury wa c ruposid
by two persons that il was ui t him ' of W. H. Lincoln. John St ncburg,
on the velocip, d- and by one per- j W. H. Gault, J. It. Colcv, John
son that ho met Burnett walking'W. Harms and K. C Ostramur.
down the truck The testimony differed but l.tt'e
Lawyer Medley in closing the from the proceeding day, and was
case based his principal argument more quickly giv-n, so that tho
on tho time Burm tt would be on case went to the j ury in the a ter
the road walking from Land's to noon and about q lH' thejo re
Doiena, if he walked, &ud that if he turned and tendered a vcdict of i w:i"
lid, the velocipede must have pas- 'guilty. The ) fei-se was given un
sed him on the way, while he stated! til i p. in. todiy to plead.
Mr J. A. hi
town today on
Miss Am. a Oji
co!hi. w he;e shu
printing otii.re ' r
Fnt. Cumm a ;
who broke in
We'd: & Y,, .i-
ec'a .'r.! it! 1 1
, fe A
s' i -1'
Co. is in
tk in the
id i Gerunn
I'ngene ami w;.l I e sent to the asy
Worth of Mens Suits, Dress Goods and Dry
Goods just arrived.
Garman, Hemenway Co.