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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, June 26, 1901
GRANT COUNTY MINES
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To be Given Away
Bunch of Facts Proving Ac
tivity in Several Districts.
Alex McKcnun, of Mils city, in at work
on a contract tlullvurlnu; onu hundred
totiH of ore from the Grunt Northern
mlno to tliulr mill on Quartz puli'li,
nvboro In n nbort tlmu tho ntnnipn will
conimuucu dropping reducing tliu hiiiho.
The ore in the rumilt of diivelopmuut
work on tliix faiuoiiH property by tho
UeiiHley brotburri, wlio Imvo for wimu
time each had charge of the force of
men ut work on tbo property. The ore
contaiiiH good valucH nuil in extected to
yield linudHomely. While the mill in In
ojKiratlon Heverul tnn of ore from Mil
ler mountain will Ihj put tbroiiKli tho
The Htorkton floltl A Copier Mining
company, of Huxiiuvillo, which owns and
ojK'ratcH the Stockton Krotii of (piartz
'dainiH, liave taken the initiatory HtepH
to Hccuni a Koverumuut patent to their
proiwrty. Surveyor White bits Bfcurwl
nu ordor from tho Hiirveyor uenural for
Oregon to mtrvoy thin group, conttiHtlng
of the Ntorkton, Tom Thumb, Great
Kustorii and MinneHota. Thin he will
do at an early date. The development
of thoHo daliiiH Iiiih lKen under the per
Houal Mixtrvitlon of Mohhth. Ainott &
HimmoiiH, who rexido near their proper
ty in the Siifanvllle miction. Since
grouping tbcxu claintH, they have done
moHt of their development work on the
'Stockton mine, and have thin proerty
in a high Mate of development and from
which rounlderablu valuable ore ban
The Itig Snort proKrty on Quart,
gulch, owned by John and Oliver
'Sloan, Im ithowing up well. At prcHont
It hIiowh up a ledge eight feet in width.
Purlieu have offered to Itontl the Itig
Snort proiwrty for t'JUOO, which was re
fused by Mr. Sloan and his brother.
While the ledge in practically uudevel
ohsI, the work that Iuim been done on it
hIiowh it up to be a good proierty.
The Ileutou brotberH, who own a
claim on the head of Klk creek, are pre
paring to Hiuk on their property. Tho
ore from Ibis proiorty in Imso but cur
Urn giMMl valut'H.
Mr. Kincox, of tho Walla Walla com
pany, in preparing to wink fifty feet an
tho May Flower, a now property enst of
tho badger claim. They are now down
to a depth of mmmty-llvo foot.
Tho WHhoii brotberH have a good look
lug ledgo on Quart gulch. They are
xluklng on their proHrty and are now
down over twenty-live feet. At tills
depth tho lodge Ih fully three foot in
width. Tho mirfuco of tho ledgo curriett
freu gold, but it gradually growH Ihiho at)
the work of Niukiug pnigromm.
John Sloan him a Hiuall force of men
at work developing tho Hull-of-tbe-Vooln.
It Is the Intention to put a
hoMIng plant on thin pnierty and sink
to the depth of 300 or 40t) feet.
The ore taken from tho famous ltadger
mine Ih nhnwiug up better than evor be
fore. Suorlutoudont 1'ortor ban a force
of over fifty men at work and keej sev-
eral largo teams constantly on tho road
hauling ore to the railnwul at Sumpter.
Tho shaft on tho property has reached a
depth.of ovor 300 foot. Tho Badger is
decidedly aa good a property as exists in
Grant county today, and will soma day
be among iU best producer?. Canyon
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ltd " t,M4,4o Increase 0.56 per cent
i&H " 1,616,411 decrease 4.04 "
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iHot " i.ste.iog decrease 18.40 "
iM " i.ilM4o decrease . "
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ivoo " 1,965,610 Increase 18.88 "
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