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title: 'Mohave County miner. (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, November 12, 1882, Image 4',
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The Limb Pkocess of Blasting. A
hot? aud interesting method, called,
the "lime process" has lately been
discovered in England for breaking
oTucoal in a mine -without running
ny of the risks inseparable from
Wasting. The process, which is said
by tbjo London Echo to be a decided
Uccelss. is briefly this:Holes are dril
led yfe the solid coal at intervals
nje&r the roof, and into these are in
serted "cartridges" of highly com
pressed S ery canstic lime. The car
tridges are three inches in diameter,
and of any desired length, but they
ato mude -with a groove into which a
Bniull iron pipe can be inserted. The
Ss beWr filled and the pipe inser-
ra, if is plugged or tamped to pre
sent fke escape of steam, and a num
ber being ready, a small force-pump
is attached by a flexible tube to the
pipe knd the water forced in, which,
ing, -wots the lime. The pipe
lion closed by a stopcock, and the
aamo operation repeated at the next
hole Tne hrst result is the conver
sion of the water into steam, which
itself -tends to force the coal down ;
but after a time the lime swells with
irresistablo power, and the sprags
bng removed, the coal comes down
in largo blocks. The operation of
yratering the lime is performed very
rapidly, a few minutes sufficing to
jire" any required number of, car-r'-idees.
" hc, njucle of Sir Garnet Wolseiey's
srreafc-fn:an?tifethsr -was the Colonel
"Wolseley wl.cb, in the old "No Popery5
days, gaineA the battle of Newtown
butler, and uBed the Mayor of Scar
borough to be well tossed in a blanket
in the market place for making a
speech in favor of King James.
"WhenSir GarnetWolseley was young
he was a good deal of a fop in Dub
lin, as was the Duke of "Wellington
in his youth, and ho used to drivo a
5 ffrns br?CUQrs aaiJy mto
cers r-)0sitory, Q0W the family seat,
near Eifo. lJe then wore long
cnrls, pjm0 worked much
change. -g0 -g n-)W spare, lantern
iuwed'vith short i?ray hair, and a
blonclo r wke- In the field he
r , . , : jQ-TjoirQ ound
i ia:fcgreKio of check;!
: - is open ro 1 bo ciu .- ,
q y nuny stains or gross.'
'.Vu gated rrvat.a woollen
V-nam-Q XlCUkJlT UUUW4
spurn, auora-glass-with a yellow
case and Srarx -dm& revolver-
i his red coat, a gigan
L-blue spectacles, and
flourishes a fan to
Fuller "Wenhanf 4'buti ttio stato of
his illness wouldn't!"
The sorrowful tree, ' eo called be
cause it flourishes only at night,
grows upon the islands of Gos, near
Sombay. The flowers", which have a
fragrant odor, appear after sunset
the year found, and close up or fall
off as tho suivtises.
Yenice and 'Amsterdam are the
cities of bridges. The first has 450,
the last 300. London -has 15, Vienna
20, and Berlin will soon have 50.
Altogether the most beautiful bridge
in Europe is that over the Moideau
"Do you know in what month of
the year my wifo ..talks the least?"
"Well, I suppose when she catches
cold and loses her voice." "Not at
all. It is in February." "Why is
that?" "Because February has the
Sympathy. Paterfamilias: "I see
it says here, my dear, that the House
hold Troops haven't been abroad on
service since the Buttle of Waterloo."
Our cook: "Lawk, Mum! "What.
a shame fdr Gov'ment to send them
poor old men out to the wars again!"
A sad-eyoc'. man, says Bill Nye, tlie
other night fell out of his bod into
the aisfcs of a Pullman car and skin
ned his knee-. He now claims that
he was Iftuac from Lis berth. When
ho passes Carbon ho will be hung by
. A! F. 'Simonds, Prop.
HoteL Store and Sestauranfe;
at All Honrs,:
Attached -to the Hotel M
Cash QWotexy Store.
" -- 'j? CllL'
Aptstoffice agent was inspecting
the offco at Iron Bod, Montana,
which consisted of a suloou, a iost
offico room and a faro bank. A hard
looking case emptied the mail bag
on tho floor, the crowd overhauling
the lettors,registerod and all.selecting
what thf-y wanted, and tho rest were
dumped into a candlo-box. "Where's
tho postmaster?" asked the agent of
the bar-tendor."Out mining." "Where
is the assistant-postmaster?" "Gone
to Hell's Canon ; and,- by thunder,
J11! .7nrif4 Iim trnf. fh- run fine n-fiifn
h weekTit's his turn." Tho gp
ornmRnt official demanded the keys
of tho office. The bar-tender coolly
took the Qindle-box from the bar,
placed it on the floor, and gave it a
kick, sending it out of the door:
"There's your postofiice; and now
gligfjflkie agent says: 'Knowing the
if the country, I lost ho time
ring this advice, and got."
rhy tho postofiice at Iron
isconti nued.-Argon au t.
bf language: MlIe.Berthe
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SUBSCEIBE FOR THE
MOHAVE COUNTY MINEE.
A Weekly Newspaper whicn will be
strictly Devoted to the
LaMon S. WeltInI
STS OF MOHAVE COUNTY,
road ffetors & Miners Headquarters '
aay and feia
Always on Hand,
Dsal Spriu;3, i : T.
purfBltflfr: of dumg btisuioaB givc-B
5'-ihe cash'irastomora u'Bho7toBet
THE HAN PE iKGISCO
OH THE PACIFIC COAST.
Ho (looa nrt hivo to support tho man
who dooB not pay.
We Extend Our Thanks
To our friends and patrons for
past favors and hope to got
a share of thoir patron
ajjo in tho future.
Wejaine nbw prepared to tonish:,
S $5.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Miners, fiotel KeeerHestaiiraiit Ker& j&LiainUJi
in Connection with the paper we hav
a full and Complete
JOB PBJDtfTfitfG- OIJTF:
- f 3
We have tie largest stock of
!Sh HUH! film A
OU. LANDING- A PO,
1 l - ll.T nnni
To ffwplvo mi'los nearer for sm ipers w 1111a
j.o"" . 1 1 4; ., ,1
3?ort JMohavo. Shippers i" " o-"
f o;,- frpiehfc landed at Ji
AVn linvn amplo storeroom &r any
f .... LU 4- oil tiiviaa
freisrha nd a reliable man m t
rs jiLdre, who ip n?i-
pe rrfr youTighjiwho is
i; it cnarming, .-ul
LWhich of the two
it" asked ono of
ropneci i5ertne, "x
fare prepared to Pr
1st, but I prefer Mon-
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