The Little Jamison mine in Plumas county, California, is unfolding well, and the prospects are now favorable for valuable and lasting property. There is a large amount of fine ore on the dump, and a mill is to be erected next spring. Dr. J.J. Moore and J.W. Slaven, of Reno, are interested in this property as is also G. W. Humphrey, of Sierra Valley. A large amount of money has been expended on the property within the last two years, and the mine has been most systematically opened and large quantities of ore have been extracted at small cost. The superintendent of the Plumas-Eureka mine pronounces the Little Jamison one of the finest quartz properties in California and that it will ultimately prove a fortune to its stockholders.
Daily Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nevada), December 15, 1888.
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