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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday. Aucust i, 1900
CABLE COVE DISTRICT. I men was from puKet sou,,d. a,,d but a '
' few days behind the first."
A brisk trade sprang up wliich revolu
I tionied the sleepy northern country.
Portland became a thriving little city, and
Its harbor was filled with a tleet of sail
Inn craft. At Oregon City the mills ran
Menno Unzicker to Develop j
Mcnno Unirker, the well-known west
ern representative of Fraier-V Chalmers'
day and night to supply the demand for
Hour and lumber. One shrewd speculator
gathered several tons of eggs, carried
them to California by sea, and sold them
for a dollar each. Lucky miners returned
Chicago mining niaUiiuety House, lias Uln fortunes varying from a few to many
arranged to do lonsiderable development , (,0us,,nd dollars, and their success stint
work on several different prices ot good ...,-,.j ,lerN , c;ive for tMt. K0j,.
tt.Ii.Ii.it ttr.itiMrf t in f .tilt r niM A litr. I
inning I'lvjuin 111 .ii'i vw vi ri ii'in
of miners was sent up this week and the
work will he dune under the direttiim ol
W. II. .1 irlisuii. luriiier superintendent .11
the ( 'nikond i .in J nn.v superintending the
Willi Mr. I lun Iter's e.pefledie and
knowledge nl 1 Jit- i-ullre uiiiici.il ilUlrul,
this I, lie uinvi- on his put speaks iinuli
for the Cible Love srcllnu, ;idded lo
whiili is tin- like opinion ul many olln-r
prominent and pr.it In. il mining men.
Nothing brings a district to the Ironl like
inn- piodihiug shipping ore. While mm
p natively hill- dev elopiiienl work Ills
of California. Spokesman-Re-
Capitalists on a Mysterious Trip.
Klnier (cleaver, ot Cleaver liros., with
I'. I . Mnrey, president nf tile I'ortlaud
I ieiier.il hleilrk companv, and a parly ol
other gentlemen, arrived her Sunday
evening on tin delived train, and pro
neded to I'r.iirie City by private convey
alue, previmislv atiauged for lo meet
Ihein lieie. Supplies enough lor a small
innv ot men .laoinp. tilled thorn, making
il evident thai thev were not going out
lo stav at any ol the lintels. I lie public
nei-ii none in mis pariuuiarseuion, more. , n ,folu,,v W.M ,. ,,, -.j.,,..,,v
on- ol .1 shipping ill trailer and Willi good .,.,1.,.,.. trin al an i-arlv date.
.C . nl . HHI U.1 . PW am
values lias been l.ikru out than in auv
olherwhere twue Hit- development wink j
Ins been done. I h- tail is they liavel
good values liom llie grass root, and ill
there is a "poor man's" distrk I anyw heir
Il lerlaluly Is the Cable Cove.
I lie waul of means ol tr.iuspottiou ill
and nut ol there Is one ol tin- drawbacks
whlih will doubtless be lemedled at an,
rally day, sliue moie immled men .tie lap- f
Idlv taking up intriests there. Mote work
will be done tills summei and winter III. in I
hi the past several vears and with the ad
vent ol more men whotllieit operations
with intelligent r iustrad olsuine who have
wotkt-d Willi a tout- made up ot a general
Precautious Against Fite on Silver Creek.
I he ( inlrouda and Cnlnmhl t have a
man patrolling Silver ueek fruui lis junc
tion with I'owder river lo Its head, warn
ing all tampers and prospeilois not to
leive iiiv lire when lln-v break camp.
I he lompanies hive thousands uf cords
of wood iiit In til it neighborhood and .'lie
afraid ot timber tires. A lire would be
apt to wipe out sever il shall houses and
mills it it gol good headway.
I lie I iw u sprinkling hours . -ire from 6
managei, a supeilnleiideut, a loteman, a ' tn ,, o'cloik p. m. Consumers are res-
bl.KKsuiitii, ami lastlv, one miner, heavy
shipments ul ote tan be made liom the
(.ovi- country tli.it will soon loue it into1
call at our
ThcBc beautiful TVorba of Art culnrp-ed from your own
pho'toniplin do not coot you n cout Wo give cjibJi cotipouo whit
every purchase, wheu you Imvo T-'j.CO iu theso brincr ua any pfioto
fcrnphtiud wo will furnloh you FREi3 a llfc-elso DEMAR, pooillvoly
the moat up-to-date Portrait on the market. They are made for
ua nud guaranteed by The American Copying Co., which iaaouffl-ck-nt
urjurauco of their quality and ortiatic worth. Brincr your
pholofrranhs, call nt our otore and examines our samples. We cau
convince you that it is the greatest Portrait offer ttYCT BWtle. DO
not iuil to uers for our "Ilotto Series" of coupons,
Plcabo irlvo your photoa to our cuuvacacr.
HIRST GOLD STAMPEDE.
tik ted to their own grounds, and will not
be permitted to j-prlnkle lliepiihlk streets. Don't neglect your eyes. Classes and
Running water Ihtough in open hose at spectacles properly fitted to defective
any oilier hour than those mentioned, sight. F. C. Urodie, Opera House Jew-'
cannot be allowed. I he water will be ehy Store, Snmpter.
"shut oil" whenever these rates are vio
SUMP I IK W'ATIR Cl).
How Oregon Was Depopulated by the Cali
A fait not geneially kuo.vu is that .1.
W. Matshall, who made the lirst disuiv
riy of gold In t.alilorui.i, was an Ore
goulau. Maishill tame to the uoithwesl
toast In itiu, ainl, going to Calitoruia iu
MtDevitt it White liave removed their
, stuck ol goods from the ( ioss building, on
I.Will street, to the Porter building on
t irauite street, where tliev will be pleased
til tnn't -ill llltIr nl.l. :niit :i ill. nit ntnl
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184(1, obtained emplov inent at ir'utlet's customers as can irowd into tlieir store,
mill, wheie the liistork strike was made.
Chailes llennelt and Stephen Slaats, also j Hon't neglect your eyes. ilasses and
liuiii Oregon, were at the mill when i sprctacles properly litted to defective
Marshall louud Ine lust golden nuggets ..ilu. I. C. Urodie, Opera House Jew
hi the milhaie. dry Store, Snmpter.
Captain Newell, ol Hie little sjinnnei
Honolulu, brought lo Hie Columbia livei
the lust irpoils.it the KoA siilke in (.all'
lorula. Iu Inlv . l.S.jS, In- sailed Into llie
Columbii river and bought all the pin
visions, pit ks, shnvrls .uul milling sup
plies that he toi'ld luid in tile limited
market. Alter lie h id seiiued Ills i.ugo
he dlsilosed tile discovery made by
Matshall. A lew weeks later the news
was continued, and the gold fevei burned
in the blood ot the Oregouians. Iluruett
viys that at least Iwo-lhiids ot tile pop-,
illation tapaPle ol healing aims Irli tot
C.illlomi.i In the summer and autumn ol
1K4S. Only live old men weir lell at Sa
lem. Haines savs be louud at Oregon'
Ask for the Columbia beer, brewed In
YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF
THE FAST TIME AND
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
luTPflllltlAIIII Ftttl IN
Tn Ihr llniiiif ttlr ( nuiil) O'ult cl llikrr (.uuiilt,
Wr tlit- unJrttltincl. tmir p'lllinnri, it t. Hulls
ic-rivwnl Hut uc air r.i(h 411J nil irvlJinls .111 1 lfg.il
tiitiitnt lliiiiint-rii-tlntl, In silj uMinn .mj utf,
nj Mt- 4tk Dial .1 IUrnr Iv tMnli-J In C II. Iljinarj
in sell mill, tlilinut .inj tlnous IKtim In lr
1411 inllilr-. Hi 111 one iMllon, .11 miiuili 11I Wink l.mV
in Ikiuinr ii'tliul.llil.rr tountt S.ilJ llfcntr to
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City only a lew women and fhildten and 1?? Wi.11?' Vf frJllC.,.,., ''ttSr'iSln'' ft
some iiiji. ins, ii.iih mil says loiiis were ii.km..m h iiatainn, iiin n i;.tt,.i,ij, tm
We Have Dally Fist Trains
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tvenr euniE Rc:isitr.o and GUARmttn
CROWN DISTILLERIES COMMIT
l-ACI-,0 COttT foncvl
-oo.ioii Front St.. ban franci
p--i -ii-i oB,
If you cannot take the morning train,
travel by the evening train. Hotli are
FASITIMK 1 11KOUUH SERVICE
dropped and work left unluiished iu the
shops. he I. ii ins were abandoned to
women and boys, I lie only newspapers
In the i'acilic noilhwest, the Oregon Spec
tator and the Free I'ress, were lelt with
out compositors and toned to suspend.
The exodus continued as long as weather
permitted, and until several thousand had
left Oregon by land and sea. The second
wagon lompany ol o ovteams and 2$
.VWir. N I A. Kuiii. I) (I jnlr. L Duiklf. .1 r
liiglMi, W I Uki-un. II O Mkknrt, I'.n Atunt,
I ( onnor, I W Itt.Nltk Allrn, I. I Stirrinan, C S
St oil. !N TNtlor, I (i While, II Ktutf, l'.mlck
ii-nkiiit, Minn Mil, ill, il il iiitirr, I: II Mjft-hi't-.on,
I' A v .n Mt kr.li I. Ilutlf 1, 1. .1 Marl-tiMiJ. I.
Atlkrl. II W TfaUf. A l llilnkm.n. Ilftm.in mieresi 10 Use I HF. UVUKLAN1) KOUTIi
IVrf i. C I- Kfar. (i W llav. T H Dink. Ju Tlctinrr.
Noiler It hfnhv cltfn llial llif ulj . H lUrnirJ
-till a- pit In llif ulj Cnunlt Court ol llakrr tounlt,
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
i'iiiiiik V..11 auu milieu i.iiirary v..ars.
I;irst-Class Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Hours iu time saved tn Omaha. Chica
go, Kansas City. New York. Rostun and
other Eastern Points. TL-kets vooJ vl.i
MnvL. ' c.i. i ..i.. t-i 1 1- . r.
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f. A 11 llilnkman. Ilfrm.in "" 'i i" u-c uir.ucni.flnu ruJUli:.
IrfUS ' Kr.":' wJ'j-v. v Dink. ju Ticimtr. I iciiets and sleeping car berths can be
,M i TKiintr Ji, tifit suinr, wcoihuun. secured from
NOT UX H. C. ROWHKS.
Agent O. R. & N. Co.
Haker City, Ore.
tiliion can Is- -" if ' i-AJMieur, vieni Agi.
no. 13$ inirci M.,r-ortianii,ure.
mi inr nianimc in sau n.rntf on pl-rmls-r ul. I f-t. i ii .TIIDnn r-.ii a
rt'iiuon can ts- -" ..' '"J.""" "" .
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iv, or at vwn thritMtlrr as hit
Capital Stock Jio.ooo
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J. H. RoHint I'rrslJriil
J. W. Scilt-fr Viif-PifIJ,nt
Jamrs NV-tlanJn CatliUr
J. W. Solr-fi R. . Mlll.r
J. V. MmJ
Clark SnyJe J. H. RotMrn,
Transacts a General Banking and Ex
No Inlrrrst I'aU mi Dt-shIu.