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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, March 4, iqo? THE SUMPTER MINER MMMihhhhmtWWlt 9 it i If you will glvo us just n few mill utea of your valuable tlmo wo will briefly sot forth tho Merits and Future Possibilities of Our Property. Wo know wo have a splendid Busi ness Proposition, aud believe wo aro rendering good Borvico in spreading tho Untlntod Facts before you. Wo wish wo had au hour to talk tho mat ter all over with you; hotter still, we should llko to take you to our Property and show you every Foot of Gold Bearing Ground. Siuco theso are impossibilities, for the present at least, we kindly ask you to listen to our story. We are an Incorporated Body, known as tho OLD AltRABTRA GOLD MINING COMPANY. Tho Capitalization has been fixed at Ouo Million Dollars, Divided into Ouo Million Shares of the Pur Value of Ouo Dollar Each. Ouo half of this stock has been Reserved as Treasury Stock, tho salo of which will provldo amplo funds to Further Exploit the Property aud Purchuso tho Necessary Machinery to make it...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

THE SUMPTEH MINfcK Wednesday, March 4, 190? c CO a 0 0 bD c c Forest Mining Company "-8 I STORM KING GROUP Your attention is called to the fact that this stock was placed on the market at 10 cents per share. It is now 15 cents per share. We will further inform you that the Storm King Group is pro ducing richer ore as the work progresses, so it will be only a short time till the price will again be raised. We do not need very much money to place the mines on a self-sustaining basis; so do not delay, buy now before the next advance. Come and see our mines; then you will realize the importance of grasping the opportunity we now offer to you. Write for Reports and Prospectus of this great group of mines. (0 I 0 I L. I 0 a ... Advance Mining Co ... . . n r. FISCAL AGENT 0 Lock Box r Sumpter, Oregon ROOMS 6 AND 8 GOSS BANK BUILDING W 0 -I CD (I) ft D OP 0 o 3 tj 0) 3 K Forest Mining Company WILL RAISE HAY . ON HILL SIDES. W. R. Hawlcy Buying Thous ands of Acres of "Logged Off" Land. V. K....

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, Mirch 4. irv i THE SUMPTER MINER THERE IS GOLD IN THIS TUNNEL FOR YOU tF vcF 3f tF P tP tF tF ftF tF ty r F tF tr feF THE MAGNOLIA IS A MINE It is equipped with a cornplete modern 10-stamp mill. No company in the state has better buildings, boaiding and bunk houses, 'barns, shops, etc. These improvements cost $0,000. There is over 1700 feet of workings on the vein. The tunnels are connected by up raises. The lower level is in over 700 feet, having a vertical depth of 400 feet. There is blocked out and on the dumps ore worth more than $00,000, with an aver age value of eleven dollars a ton in gold, which is increasing every foot gained in depth. THE MAGNOLIA WILL PAY DIVIDENDS IN 1903 50,000 is needed, with which to double the mill capacity and put in a cyanide plant, which will place the property on a dividend paying babis. There are no "ifs or ands," conditions or contingencies qualifying this statement. It is as sure and certain as anything can be in the realm of human ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 4, 190$ t ASSESSMDNT WORK ON OIL CLAIMS. Congress Passes a Bill Pro viding; Specific Regulations. gold, bocaiiBO in Hiich ciiho the gold lioft ou tho Hiirfaco, and general de velopment work being upon uud near tho Hurfneo (Iooh not tend to bonetlt other cluiiim than the one upon which tho work Ih actually dono, but in tho ciiho of oll-inliiii)K claims tho Hituation in dlfioront. It 1b nocen- Hiiry to bore woIIh for great depths in ordoar to dotermino whothor or not oil oxIbU in paying (luuntltles. TIioho woIIh aro oxpotiHiro, and it Ih tho opinion of tho conimittoo that lloldoro of oil laudx in Malheur tho iudiiHtry itHolf will bo moro bone- county, under tho placor claim act. fitted by porntittng tho owner to will bo pleiiHod to learn that a bill ftpoud his meant in winking a xinglo haH boon pHHHod by both Iiouhch of tho well, in order to demonstrate tho national congroHH, Htatlng Hpecillcally poHHlbilitloH of tho property than It what shall con...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, March 4, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER BEWARE OF "CUT RATE" BROKERS. Many of Them are not Oper ating on Legitimate Lines. There are a number of what may bo termed "cut-rate" brokers doing business in mining stocks. We can not advise investros to purchase shares from such sources. It may bo all right in a few instances, but as a general thing it is very detrimental to the promotion and sale of treas ury shares, the funds derived from which go into tho general treasury from whioh tho mines are developed. It is quite customary for fiscal agonts to offer a first block of treaas ury stock at a low prico, aud when that is disposed of to lncroaso tho price. It is horo that tho "cut Tate" broker gets in his work. Ho offers tho stock at a prico bofweon what It was bought for aud tho ln croaso in tho treasury shares nro at tho timo offered to tho public. Such transactions aro Injurious to tho com pauy, as It (loos not help koop up tho treasury fund, but, on tho other hand, injures salo of...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

io THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 4. 190? BIG TIMBER LAND DEAL ON. No Truth in Published Re ports of Frauds in This District. V. It. Moud returned yoHtorduy from MIcIiIkhii, wlioro ho hud boon for throe wuukH, ni'KotlutlliK tlio Milo of 11 lurtfo tract of tlmljor hind to u Hyndlotno of liimliormoii. Those Kentlomon will uoino out mid inspect tho Imid lis hooii hh tlio hiiow dlwip-imm-H, when tliuy can travul through tho country with mora ease than now. ThlH laud Ih all "deeded", tho United States Kovornment having issued putonts. in spoukiiiK of tho HuiiHiitioiml ro port of allowed fraudH hnviiut lieon iwrpotrutod horo by tlmlior cruisers mid laud locator, which was pub lished in tho liakor City Democrat Sunday, under 11 Hiimptor lato lino, Mr. .Mead nayH ho Iiiih uovor hoard of anything of tho kind having lieon done in IIiIh laud dlHtrlct, and fcolH Hiiro that there In no truth in tlio re port, lie IhiukH, an dooH every hon est man, that a newnpaper when niv hiK publicity to Mi...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, March 4, too$ THE SUMPTER MINER 11 SILVER SHIPMENTS IN J902. Amounted to Over Five Millions Fixed Ratio Imperatively Necessary. As showiuR tho influouco silver tins on iutoruntiouul coinmorce, tho fol lowing tukou from n London, Ehr lnud, ilnanelal pnpor is of lutorest. 'Although tho Emplro poatcrtses in tho east tho nlggest silver initio lu tho world, It is generally lotlng tho control of tho silvor tnnrkot pass from .Loudon to New York. Shipments until now hav.o been almost exclu .nviely made from America to London, and from tbonco to India, aud also to China. A largo part of tho silver was also sent from Atnorcia to Ham burg, and thouco to China. Now di rect shlpraouts aro being mado from San Francisco via Manilla diroct to Shanghai and Calcutta. Broken Hill could supply India and China bettor than any American ports, as it has a shorter routo aud bottor sorvico; aud yet silvor commands a bottor prlco in America thau iu Australia." , A very good argumont in favor of pl...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday. March 4. 1903 r 9L TF You Want a Prospectus or Circular Printed in a Hurry, and for a Price Less Than You Ever Paid Before, You Will Have to Bring it to the MINER Office. We Set the Type With This Machine, and That is Why it Can be Done Cheaply and Quickly, THE SUMPTER MINER HUNTING FOR ORE BODIES. Large Sums of Money Wasted in This Vein Effort. A mining engineer of experience en torn into tlio mutter of expending largo miiiih n( money in iiiIiu'h in hunting for OrolMMlll'H, mill UXMIHtH SOIllOOf tho fill- lades of mining in tho following manner in tho Mining Kngiiicrr: It in not uncommon to woo lurgo huiiih spent in hunting oro iilong tho edgoH of some wnrkod-out oro shoot. In other eases tho Imrron voin ureas, between shoots h explored liy tho same close mid expensive network of shafts, wlnr.es uiul IovoIh tlmt would ho iihoi! within tho nreiiH of tho shoots thoimclvcs. Since shoots stand up uiul down in u vein, there in more rhiinco of striking ono...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, March 4, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER 13 OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments were filed at the Baker county court house during the week ending Mnrch 4, 1903. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DRKDS. Feb. 24 Ella Webb and husband to S. Jaruimo, lots 3 and 4 block 21 In Paciflo adn, Baker City; 3220. Jan. 20 P. S. Balllio ot al to Stoddard Bros., .1 deeds, 320 acres In Sees. 10 and 13, Tp 11. R. 38 E., and 280 acres In Sees. 15 aud 22 Tp. 10 R. 37 E., 81000. Feb. 5 J. M. Bowles to M. M. Bowles, wife, 100 acres in Sec. 32 Tp. 8 R. 30 E., 83700. Jan. 24 Ada Pennington aud husband to Jus. A. Ingram, lots 1 and 2 block 7 of Sumpter Heights adn, 8500. Feb. 24 J. II. Clark and wife to jVuna McCarty, lot 21x100 foot on cast sido of main street in Bouruo, E. and E. saloon building; 8800. Fob. 23 M. Govor and husband to Goo. W. Evans, 100 acres In Sees. 17 to 20 Tp. 8 R. 45 E; 8200. Fob. 23 L. M. Welsh and wife to C. D. Hurd und L. V. Waugh, 14 lots in St. Louis adn to Sumpter; 81. July 20, ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

H 14 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 4, 190 LOST MINE FAKK AGAIN BOBS UP. Favorite Theme of Eastern Writers Who Exploit it Annually. Tho lont mino story makes Its apcar anco in tho proHH of tho country every yonr. It is an intercut! rig thomo for oaHtorn writcrH, ono that appears to improve with ago. Tho Chicago Trihune of taut week gave ItH reader tho following version of an oft-repeated tale, the scene of which is hid in Mentana: For years void hunters In Montana have been looking for a fabulous mine. At one tltno no many deaths resulted among tho prospectors that it became a suMrstltiou that to seek the hidden wealth was to court death. Tho only man that know its exact location wan (leorgo Kea, a scout, guide and hunter, who diod about a year ago, and whb known tn several ChicagoaiiH. Itea had revralod thu mino to men who had lxon Induced to put money in it, but tho llud did not equal their calcu lationsin fact, amounted to nothing. It Ih now a question in Montana whether Itea...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

Wednesday, March 4, iqoj THE SUMPTER MINER 5 THAT W. & O. RAILROAD. "Miner's" Surmise Already Receives Partial Confirmation. Lost week Tiik Miner published a tory about the projected Washington Oregon railroad, ono section of and which ia to run between iSumpter and Baker City; making the guess that this is a part of a through north and south line from the British boundary. Already this surmise has received partial confir mation. The last issue of the Union Republican republishes the original press dispatchs, which was sent out from Spokane, announcing the successful fi nanciering of tho enterprise, which reads as follews: "W. 0. Morris, a well known promo ter and railway operator, returned from the east today and will at once set about the work of construction of tho Washing ton & Oregon Railroad Transportation company. During his stay in tho east, where he went for that especial purpose, Air. Morris raised fOOO.OOO on bonds of the road ho represents and it is now announced...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 4 March 1903

COVRS THOROUGHLY THE COLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT RICH STRIKE IN THE ORLEANS. Two Feet of Rich ore Opened up for Sixty Feet. I G. Heckwoth, who Iiiih been in chargo of tho work on the OrlcuiiH prop urty, adjoining thu Oregon King, loft for I'orthtud Monilay, lieing culled thoro fn coiiHiiltiilion with olliuurs of tho coin puny. Ho refused to say anything ulioiit thu spocith; object of tho trip or to give any dunlin regarding thu riitnorH of a rich strike in tho inlno. Thk Mini'.ii learns from another souree, however, and u rollublo ono withtill, that tho strike wiih niudo three weeks ago; that up to tho prenont time, tho pity shoot has Im'uii opened up it distance of nixty fcut and thoro urn iih yot no signs of it piiirhlug out. Tho ledge at tli Ih plueo in tho working Ih very wide, over fifty feet. Tho rlrh strouk iivurugeM two feet in width and tho oro iiHsnys iih high iih $170 in gold pur ton. Thu aver age in alxiilt half ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

r- 1 VOL IV. SAWMILL TO BE BUILT IN SUMPTER BY HEWITT Seymour H Bell Closes Deal for Erection of Big Plant Envolving Expenditure of $J00,- 000 and Furnishing Employment to 350 Men, Telegraphic udvlco was received from Seymour H. Bell this morning at Portland stating that tho doul with Henry Howitt, Jr., presldeut of the St. Paul aud Tacoma Lumber company, for the erection of a big lumber manufacturing plant and -w uui n-"-."j-:iM.--i - beeaoloMd'aiid'tlM papers' aUittflMi.N Mr. Bell left Saturday to meet Mr. Hewitt in Portland and perfect negotiations. He will return to morrow. Tho plant which it is proposed to install in this city will consist of a saw mill, with a dally capacity of 100,000 foot, and an up-to-date sash and door factory, involving tho expenditure of over $100,000 and employing botwoen 300 aud 350 men. The Howitt Land company, which is a branch of tho St. Paul and Tacoma company, owns 13,000 acres of timber land around Sumpter, which will furnish tho mill, it is esti...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March n, 1909 CONSOLIDATION OF GROUPS. BIG MINING DEAL CLOSED IN THE QUARTZBURG DISTRICT. Kllleo, Warner, Stewart Company Nego tiate Merger Articles of Incorporation Flled-Capllallxatloo $5,000,000, Includ ing Standard, Copper Ridge and Willie Boy TweolySii Claimi on Copper Mountain Under Name of Standard Consolidated Mioes Company. Ah outline.! In THK MINKIt last uook Urn lil mining ilrnl In tho Quiirt.liitrK district Iiiih Ikoii olosotl. It uiiiliriicoH tlio ulmoriitlon of tho Htiuiiliinl, tho Copper IUiIko itutl tlio Willlii Hoy groups, 'JO oliiliiiH In nil, iindor tho corporiitn miino of tho Htaniliuil Cnnsnlliliitoil Minos i-oiii-puny, mid wan iiuiitialcd hy tho Klllon, Wurnor, Ktoniirt company, of IIiIh oily, who mo tlio flst-nl iikciiIh of tho now cniicorii. Tho transact Inn Involves a capital of liolwcon 6(100,- 000 and 9700,000 mid Im nno of tho iiiohI linportmit of tho year, If not tho lai'KCHt which Iiiim over heeii inado in tho Hiimplor distr...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

Wednesday, March n, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER $.m WE ARE NOW OFFERING THE SECOND ALLOTMENT OF 100,000 SHARES AT SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE. The first allotment of 100,000 shares was disposed of at ilx cents oer share, mostly Jby telegram, and in order to allow those whose (inn lilul 1( iml if 1y tleSOth of Feb ruary on account of delayed malls and blockaded trains, an opportunity to secure : HLAND GOLD STOCK At the BEDROCK price of Six cents per Share, we have placed the second allotment on the. market at the same price. 'HIS is a ground floor offer, and an opportunity to invest your savings in a gold mine with a brilliant future, one which will, without doubt, after a course of systematic develonmont. rank as one of the lamest mild tiroducers and divi dend payers in the Sumpter gold fields. i LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION The Highland Gold Nines Company owns twelve quartx claims (240 acres) in the heart of the famous Sumpter District of Eastern Oregon, and located on the same belt as tho worl...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March n, 190$ The Sumpter Miner PUHLISPIDI) tVBUV WEDNESDAY HY jamhs Loam 1. (i. OWVNNI-, EDITOR l.ntnnS l the pojtofltce In Sumpter, Oregon, tor Irimmlnlon thruugh the mill, it leconj cl.it matter. SUHSCMIHNON MATES One Ye.r... Six Munttii ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. ,$.oo I I..J WITH UiIh (wttiu T. (J. Owymio, of Kvonttt, WllHlllllKtoll, tlHHUIIH.'H 0(11- (orial clmrn of THK MINKIt, and I vallln hereafter I will, devote my attention to tlio btiHlnimn uiriilrri of (lit) ptipor. Mr, (Iwyiino Ih it highly educated Kontlomnu of timiiy yearn experience in tint newnmper lino mill under IiIh editorial cliarKo THK MINKU will no doubt continue to Ixi u true iind fultlifiil exponent of Humptor mid (ho eiiHtorn Oregon old HoIiIh. JAMK8 UN ilK. J. If. KOIIIIINH luiHti'l lecnivcd u wMiaro deal from the prcwH of I ho Hlutii In ro thai reported mining hill. ' on which thin rovlvul Ih ImHod. Tho I linn of Manning &. WoIhIi report I having Hold twonty-niio lota in tho 'til....

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

Wednesday, March n, 1903 THE SUMPTER MINER tortrtrtWtwwMiWiwwniMrtiw V.. If you will giro us just it few min utes of your valuable tliuo wo will briefly set forth tho Merits mid Future Possibilities of Our Property. We kuow we havo a Bpleudld Busl Iie88 Proposition, aud believe wo lire rendering good service iu spreading the Uutiutod Facts before you. Wo wish wo had an hour to talk tho mat ter all over with you; bettor still, we should like to take you to our Property and show you every Foot of Gold Bearing Ground. Since these are Impossibilities, for tho present at least, wo kindly ask you to listen to our story. Wo are an Incorporated Body, known as tho OLD ARRASTKA HOLD MINING COMPANY. Tho Capitalization has boon fixed lit Ono Million Dollars, Divided into Ono Million Shares of tho Par Valuo of Ono Dollar Each. Ono half of this stock has boon Reserved as TroiiHiiry Stock, tho salo of which will provido umplo funds to Further Exploit tho Property aud Purchaso tho Necessary Machine...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

Wednesday, March n, 1909 Forest Mining Company THE SUMPTER MINEK 0 " c (D a E 0 0 bo c 4J (0 1. 0 L STORM KING GROUP Your attention is called to the fact that this stock was placed on the market at 10 cents per share. It is now 19 cents per share. We will further inform you that the Storm King Group is pro ducing richer ore as the work progresses, so it will be only a short time till the price will again be raised. We do not need very much money to place the mines on a self-sustaining basis; so do not delay, buy now before the next advance. Come and see our mines; then you will realize the importance of grasping the opportunity we now offer to you. Write for Reports and Prospectus of this great group of mines. ...Advance Mining Co... . , FISCAL AGENT 0 Lock Box r Sumpter, Oregon ROOMS 6 AND 8 GOSS BANK BUILDING oc J Forest Mining Company 0 -1 (D (I) D 0 o 3 n Q) D GUGGENHEIM'S MINING STOCK. Capital Invested From Six to Twenty Million Dollars. An associated Press dispatch from Now Yo...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

Wednesday, March n. oo; THE SUMPTER MINER THERE IS GOLD IN THIS TUNNEL FOR YOU tF fcxr fc5 p F tF Of f ei tF 2& t& e $ e eP THE MAGNOLIA IS A MINE It is equipped with a complete modern 10-stamp mill. No company in the state has better buildings, boarding and bunk houses, batns, shops, etc. These improvements cost 90,000. There is over 1700 feet of workings on the vein. The tunnels are connected by up raises. The lower level is in over 700 feet, having a vertical depth of 400 feet. There is blocked out and on the dumps ore worth more than $00,000, with an aver age value of eleven dollars a ton in gold, which is increasing every foot gained in depth. THE MAGNOLIA WILL PAY DIVIDENDS IN 1903 $50,000 is needed, with which to double the mill capacity and put in a cyanide plant, which will place the property on a dividend paying basis. There are no "ifs or ands," conditions or contingencies qualifying this statement. It is as sure and certain as anything can be in the realm of huma...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 11 March 1903

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March n, 1909 ROBBINS TALKS ABOUT THAT BILL. He Drafted Measure Vetoed by Governor Reason for Final Defeat. Ildii. J. II, ItohhliiH, rcpcrHOiitii 11 vo In the hIuIo IcKlHliitiiro from liukiir county, returned homo Hutur luy. Mr. ItohhlftH wiih nick In Port land m week with nil attack of grippe. ItuKHnliiiK tho Kenerul work of thu liKlHlnturo ho Hayw: "NotwItliMtuuillliK tint Unlit, tlm hohhIoii of tho jllHl llllllOll WIIH OIIO llf till) inoiiioiiH ill tlm hlntory of Tho context for Hcuutnr impede loKiHlalioli worth iniititiiinliiu, Honatorial li'KiHlatiiro moHt Imr- Iho Hlato. did not to any extent anil mere wiih iiiK a practical. ininiiiK man, it foil to mo to dictiito tho now bill. Ho hoilcd it down and rodncod it to tho form it mih in whon it piiHHcd both Iioiihch. It wiih not amended in oithor Iioiiho. Tho rviiHon it whh in troduced liy Mr. liooth, chairman of tho nonuto com mitt eo, wiih Mmply to Kiiln tiiuo. Wo woro afraid that if it woro Introdu...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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