Clipped From Detroit Free Press
Pail-lips, ot a ot me-ehanic. of ro-fo"orof A Iticli Vein of Gold-Hearing Gold-Hearing Gold-Hearing Qnnrlz Said to Havo lteon round Near Islipeuilne. Tsm'EMt.vo. July S.-Specia!.l S.-Specia!.l S.-Specia!.l In August ISS'j, Messrs. MInuk. Kail and Jopling discovered discovered a vein of gold-bearing gold-bearing gold-bearing quartz on the lands of the Lake Superior iron Company, six miles northwest of Ishpcming. It created some excitement excitement at tho time. As tlio discoverers could not got a lease of the property the find was not developed. Six weeks ago Joseph L. Fay, of Boston, General Manager of the Lake Superi or Company, visited the gold discovery, and by his orders tbe company began work exploring. Ypsrerdav the exmorers fonnd an eight, inch vein of quartzite, carrying frco gold in im mense quantuy. i ne ore was urougiiL to tins city and assayed almost fabulously rich in precious precious metal. When tho quart, is broken tho nl,l will hnll tntfnrhor. This dlscoverv has been kept quiet, and this is tho first, notice of it given to tile puonc. it win creare preai emolument emolument to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow when generally known and will have the effect of sending hundreds of explorers explorers into the gold belt north of Ibhpoming ana isegaunee.