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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 March 1886

13 ft y X Daily TRIBES OF UTTLE MEN. Vlllngoa of riemlos ln Tuontftn Dwarfs or Central An-ion Ateo (American Archltoct.1 " Mra. Allco Lo Plongcon writes a curious account, published In Tho Scientific American, of uomo vlllagos of pigmies discovered by lior liusbauuaud hcrsolf on tlio eastern coast of Yucatan, tt is singular tliat recent ethnological discovorics in various parts of tho world havo related to dwarf tribes, and Mrs. Le Plongcon, beforo describing tho Lilliputian towns of Yucatan, reminds us that a number of stono tombs woro found a few years ago on the banks of what the printed account calls tho rlvor Merrimac, containing adult human skeletons only thrco fcot long, and it is probablo that the colonization of Control Africa will show tho oxlstonco of many tribes .of llltlo men. In Mexico, particularly in tho south, tho dwarfs play a large part in tho traditions of tho natives, who attribute to them tho construction of tho ruined buildings found there, and sometimes profo...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 March 1886

t f MPWWR'IWB!!SW TUB JPmfy !f aittilulu $rm IS PUM.IS1IED o n?Tv r V ivr 1 XTr EXCERlWSUNDAb'S. At the Office, No. ag Merchant SR trims Oh' svnaaiui'Tios. Peranum $6.00 Ax month:'....., , . 3.00 Three months.. .. I ,.., 1.50 Per month 50CH Pottage additional. t3 Subscription I'ajnble In Ailtauee Brief communication! from all part) of the Kingdom will always he acceptable All matters intended for publication, as well as bui. nc ,mmu!calIom and Adverthements, should he Wed to .i' , j ' i . dIlVhomWh frW, iioNoitfu W. 1. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensuie prompt Insertion. Arthur Jopn8toiwfAEdt'tor and Prop'r. FrIAY. . u . ,. .MARGrt 19,' 1886, The latest dispatches from Washington report that the Senate Judiciary Committee has voted to report adversely upon the nomination of Mr. Zachuriah Montgomery, a prominent democratic lawyer of California, for the office of Assistant District Attorney-General for the Interior Department This determination of the Committee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 March 1886

- yiWgiWWJSi sgr wwwjgp,'i I A M 9' ) li .f. ... a?i K?v Wr" iW ,. V: T WN THE Will be f6rnulo Plillyat lh : I. U, OAT, Jr. &Co. 1 ...Merchant street T. 0. THRUM. Fort utreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet w " M l'ive Cents prr Copy. LOCAL NEWS. '" 'fS. S.'!Maripok is due from felri Francisco to-morrow. The Choral and Quintette club met for practice at the gymnasium last evening- , The Queen's Own corps held a moonlight drill on the streets last eve ning. 1 A large number of persons took advantage of the fine moonlight last evening for walks and riding. ' " The s'teameV Kinau, which is due to-morrow, will probably bring some further news in regard to the Volcano. " The steamer Santa Maria is due here from San Francisco to morrow. She comes consigned to Castle & Cooke. The steamer W. G. Hall sails at three o'clock this afternoon. She will take a large number of persons to the Volcano. The ship Stirlingshire, the vessel that brought the last consignment of Portuguese laborer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 19 March 1886

! $ V I I B THE SAILOR'S YARN. Ps'aw York TImej I. You say -that a mnn bos got to hit von knowledgo of navigation boforo ho ran commnnu a ship, do you? " said an Intolll geut looking seaman to a runnor tho other day na tbo pair stood on an East river pier waiting for an incom Ing ship to bo dockod. "I do," said tho runner. "Then you aro out of your reckoning, " continued tho seaman " for I bae known a man to command a ship and make good runs in her, and yet ho didn't know any raoro about navigation than you da " The runnor and soveral others who stood near and who bad heard tho seaman's peculiar statement asked him to tell to tell thorn about tho straui;o captain who know nothing about naviga tlon This request simeii to strlko tiio seaman as qulto rcasimablo and ho at once proceeded to spin his yarn. "About twenty years ago, " ho began, "when I was first made an nblo seaman, I shipped hero on a full rigged clipper bound for Calino, 1 eru, Tho captain was as lino a looking skipper ns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 March 1886

- " y X tt vy5wrfl ' fWMUqjP' Qffm"' f,ywwrf wvsjti -Wp. lip "iiJwjrW Tflrft'?"'vfT'T,,Jp flflf! W cvf f"V TWif!Vl'.J!(6T7''v,1'fT7jjfl5 Daily VOL. II. NO 18. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1886. WHOLE NO. 171. VERBAL OFFENSES'. QTiU'bs. $uutc0js Ulat'uc. gJusincjcs (urt)0. insurance cgtottas. &v fjjtiuping. IHtipping. ih V- je DISAGREEABLE HABIT THAT 13 CONSTANTLY GROWING WORSE. Sianit Nimcn Vied In tlio Army l'hrnies Heard Anions tlio l'ooplo Wonderful k Word-Twisting Feats In the Woit Wont of All. Walt Whitman In Nortli American Review. It Is in cmbryons and childhood, and ntnoDg tho illiterate, wo always fltfil tho groundwork and start of the ecionco of language, and' its noblest products, What it relief most rifcoplo scorn to have in speaking of a man not by" his true and formal namo, with a "Mister" to It, hut by sorao odd or homely appelatlva Tho propensity to approach a meaulng not directly and squarely, but by circuitous styles of expression, seems inde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 March 1886

r ? If TUB IS PUIIUSHED EVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tkhhs of suittwnrrriox. Per annum . i..mi .$6.00 Six months. 1-co Three montln , -5 Per month jocts Postage additional. W Siibicrtpttons I'liinhla in Adeanen Ilrief communications from all parts of the Kingdom will ftwjY4 he Acceptable. All matters inten led for publication, ns well as liini. ness communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honalulu Pre, JIonoluuj, Hi I. Advertisements must be handed in liefore 9 r. St., to ensure prompt insertion, Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r, SATURDAY.... MARCH 20, 1886. Wn have received a pamphlet entitled, " Copies of Report of Dr. Edward Arning to the Board of Health, and of Correspondence arising which we will notice and comment upon at another time. The pamphlet is certainly most suggestive. A Minister has no more right to spend money that has not been appropriated at all, "than he has to exceed the terms of an appropriation .I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 March 1886

6tiy - y i .(J ' ':, """ft & ,- ,; i. &ti o - wfi THE Jprnltj !lf wrolulu $Vm Will bo fot' Hale Dullv at tho xmuooh : J. 11. OAT, Jr. &Co Merchant street f. O. THRUM ....Fort street CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS .Hotel streeet Vtve Cent ;pr Copu, LOCAL NEWS. A battalion drill was held on King stieet, under command of Major Baker, last evening. Mr. Thos. G. Thrum left for the Volcano by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon. Mr. Dan, Logan, "editor of the Daily Bulletin, left for theJVolcano by the W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon. If you want to get some fine rock candy, manufactured in Honolulu, go to Horn's bakery, Hotel street. The barkentine Klikitat sails for 1'oit Townsend to-day, taking Wash. Norton and his Merry Makers. Mr. Theo. Severin, with his camera, left for the Volcano yesterday, where he will take views of the crater. The Honolulu Base Ball Club were practicing yesterday afternoon. They have fixed Tuesdays and Fridays for their practice days. A religious meetine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 20 March 1886

ft I TSTTTF IPWSfWpWV" t)tn.mm''Wi" pyiy)!ayywT?p HT" v 'W(WT SW9isiWwv'",yvvw"'f K DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1886. THE GIRL FARMER. client I bedtocmente. encntt Jlbbcrtiscmcitte. (Scnct'rtl cSbijcrtificmcnlc. (Scitcral .llbbci'tiofmcittc. T (Scncml cUbbrntecmcitto. Dakota Oor. New York Sun. Tho pralrio Arcs, which havo brought desolation nnd poverty to hundreds in this section, brought a husband to ono young woman. A yoar ago last spring Fannie Jordon took up a farm of 100 acres, about nlno miles north of hero, and struck out for hcrsolf. She tamo to Dakota from Illinois, though elio was born in tho east. Not much was known about her for sovcral months, as alio was. shy and rotirlng. but when sho finally became acquainted with hor neighbors thoy discovered that tho girl had tho real mutt o In her and predicted that sho would bo rich before sho was.0. Though far from musculnr, Fannie was tho picturo of health, and sho cni1y carrlod off tho palm as tho best looking gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 March 1886

"JHTI yywyfwpwjj;,! wmm rrx Rt Daily I 13 RES8 "N :u j N X VOL. II. NO 19. THE FAIR SEX IN BRAZIL. Trolty V01non Sonrco til That Country Suolnl Iteslrlctloim llelns KomovoJ. Por. 'ew York Siin.1 To ono who makes a tour of Foutlt America before going to Brazil, itucoms as if nil of tho homely women ou tbo continent had emigrated there, for pretty ones aro extremely scarce Their complexion aro sallow and muddy, and thoy nil have a bilious look. Another oddity is that tho women are invaiiably fat, and tho men aro invariably lean. Tboir complexions arc mined by tlio climate, and tho lives of indolence thoy lead givo them a tendency to obesity, which is augmented by tho cxccsslvo use of sweetmeats. Tho women aro confectionoryfrom morning till night, nntl scarcely cat anything else, and their timo is divided between snoozing in a chair, or peeking through tho blinds to svo tho pcoplp on tho streets. Ono can ride about Kio all day without seeing a Bra?illaii lady, and tho only glimpse a ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 March 1886

f I o:xie JPntfy !f aioluljt 3?rm IS PUHLISHED EVERY M011N1NG , EXCEPT SUNDA VS, Atthe Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TKitJis or sunsonri'Tiox, Pefjmtium $fi.oo Sixmonthi . 31x1 Three month 1.5" Per month 50 en Pottage nil ditional. US' tiilbacrtptloiu Pajable tn AilvniiCK Drier communications from all parts of the Kingdom will alwayi be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, a well as communications and advertisements, should, be addressed to Daii.V Hoiouii u Pkess, IIonolilu, It. I. Advertisements must be handed in Wore 9 r. t , to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop 'r. MONDAY MARCH 21, 1886. Owing to the large amount of foreign news received by the Mariposa our usual column of editorial notes has been crowded out until to-morrow. No definite action has yet been taken in regard to the Reciprocity Treaty, though it must be admitted that the future does not look very bright for its continuance. In the death of Senator Miller the Treaty has lost one of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 March 1886

jA jg Jd-Jr '- vi'i(?ffyf ',.v-Tw y w mw b DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1886. A a I V I "'-v-"" M. .' t " l IK ' fv' , ' 1 ti ' v lb 5'' f K.V , tjV A Ui v TUB Jfflhj, Ifottolulit jj?m Will bo for miiIo Uiillyat ilio Vlnoes i J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchint street , T. O. THRUM , ..Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WOKKS HoteWlrecet Five Centt per Copy. LOCAL NEWS. The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class meets at 7, o'clock this evening. The steamer Mariposa sailed for the Colonies at 12 o'clock last night. The steamer Kinau sails on the volcano route at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Col. Claus Spreckels, wife and daughter arrived by the steamer Mariposa Governor P. P. Kanoa anived in town by the steamer Iwalani yesterday morning. Mr. J. M, Oat, Jr., and wife returned from San Francisco by the steamer 'Mariposa. Captain Cameron, of the ill-fated steamer Planter; arrived by the steamei Iwalani yesterday morning. Davis & AVilder, the well-known grocers, I avc received a large consignment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 22 March 1886

- 3'ic,wp,srTi,v'',"','JUtf "'"" PEn80NALREMINISCENCESOF JUMBO. Anecdote of the Urciit JIleiiTmnt Told by III Koepor, Mntthaw Scott. I well remembor when It was announced 'lijhteen yortrs ngo, that nn African olophnnt, with Immense ears Hko folding prtrlor doors, would soon arrive, and the managers decided to put mo In chnrgo of him. Thcro was groat excitement when tho boat arrived from Paris, and It scorned as If all the boys and girls in London turned out to see htm. Tho littlo elephant was a curiosity on account of his peculiar ihapoandblg cars, ahd tho members of sovernl learned sociotlcs camo to e.umIuo him. The name I gavo him, Jumbo, had no particular signlllcanco; in fact, I don't think I had over heard It, From tho natives whero he was captured It was learned that Jumbo was S j oars of age, and I took delight In tolling the visitors thnt ho would grow to be the blggost elephant in the world. This I judged from the peculiar slzo and proportions of his bonos In relation to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 March 1886

1 X y X ''&llWW'ay?''1V " ,) "jipr r 1v JLlAr0 ' Daily Jr RE 8 8. n VOL. II. NO 20. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1886. $k WHOLE NO. 173. IN A CROWD. vAv. 1 would not for tlio worU, my doarost. Glance towrtrd theo wlion rtnotuor'a by, Lest 1)6 who olmncos to lie nearest Observe tlio flub of oyo to oyo. Thy nnrae exacts some Instant token Tho coitlr blush, tlio trembling tone To oar lndllTerpnt, lightly spokon, It shall not pass for Goislp's own. I't strange In crowds I seem to shun thee? I koop my hoart a r'.ifuso thoro, V here thoughts of thoe, thnt press upon me, May And tho sllencg o-' a prayer, Conlcllug ns n l'etlentrlnn. IBrooklvn Englo 1 Perhaps tho most notablo flgnto of all men who walk abroad, howovor, Is Koscoo Conkllng. Tho groat stalwart scorns to lake lifo easily now, and ho walks with n more leisurely air than ho did jiist aftor ho had given up politics and returned to tho practico of law. I have often heard him speak of the advantages of a good s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 March 1886

fa ,JL-, "Ci - V r w - 4,,SHiptijs3W 'i!PWl'WiPl''lPJ!WWfP8 THE JSmfy rmaiulit if rm IS PUI1LISI1ED EYE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA VS, At the Office, No.ag Merchant St. x Kit .us of sansmtivnox. Per annum .$6.00 Slxmonths " 3 Three months .. 1.50 Permonth . . .jocts Pottage additional. tST Subscription PitfHhle In Advance Brief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will always he acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should he addressed to DAilv Honolulu Pubis Honolulu, II, I, Advertisements must be handed in before 0 P. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnslone, Editor and Prop 'r. TUESDAY MARCH 23, 1886. We confess we do not understand why the officers who run the criminal news are so reticent. This is not a case of "O. silent be, it is the cat 1" If it is not the cat, then it is a case of "rat," and in either event it is not a policy that will win in the long run, as the public will see in the sweet vth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 March 1886

' I' f 5FV 1 i Y' XW v?: . !t ' tSJ i i&j"wi. ii i v-re' 'Si if"' , -A I s- i I t'i - 1 lailn 1 TECB ottttlttlu JVm a Will 1o for alo IJiitly at thp Fol- lowliifc I'luooa : is i Mi OAT, Jr. &Co. Merchant street T.O.THRUM i"r,nlreel CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel ureeel Ttve Cent per Cop LOCAL NEWS. ! The smiling face of Mort Oat is .again seen on the streets. The Honolulu Base Ball Club practice at the Maikiki diamond to-day. Mr. J. E. Wiseman and Mr. F. W. Millis leave for Maui by the steamer Likelike this afternoon. Mr. Wm. Noble begins his series of Gospel Temperance meetings in the Y. M. C. A, Hall this evening. Mr. E. B. Thomas has finished the excavation for the cellar of Mrs. Thos. Lack's ncw store on Fort street. A new Japanese fancy store has been opened on Nuuanu -street, beyond the Engine House of Company No. 4. 1 ... The steamer Santa Maria sails for San Francisco on or about next Saturday, taking a full cargo of sugar and a mail. ' !. Messrs. T. M. Oat, Jr.. & Co....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 March 1886

First Tenon Saved rroin Hydrophobia. 1 (Parts Oor. Chlcagd Journal I Josopli Sinister Is tlio first person In. oculnted ngulust, that H to say, curod, of hydrophobia. Ho has scaled Pasteur's triumph In tho struggto of humanity ngnlnsl death. Joseph iMoIstor la aged i) years, and Is tho sou of a baker On tho 4th of July last ho was coins to school, near tho village of Slclgo, In Als.u.0, along n country road, as usual. IIo was savagely attacked by a mad dog tho child mado no resistance), but covered his face; a mason saw tho struggle, and, with an Iron bar, struck o!f tho brute. Tho dog gained its homo, and was shot by its master ns mad Its mouth was ali foam, and lu its stoma' h only straw nnd bits of wood wcro found. Moister had fourteen terriblo bites, many deep into his thigh Tho mother washed tho wounds, a doctor applied carbolic acid, but urged tVo mother to proceed to J'nris and consult I'nstour. Sho did Pastour was n proy to bono and fear; ho consulted tho surgeons nnd they a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 March 1886

1,:'T!fSj! wvi''yw'J''iemiFTW i, ,. , .jm ''VT-S r w " - w -V ' f trn." ' '"-- Si Jr-RESS. VOL. II. NO' 21. . HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1886. rtesa8sahk. WHOLE NO. 174. b CITY CEMETERIES; Professional (Euros, justness Cnrus. business Citrus. Btsuvmttc Notices, iC7Sfti?pinB. Shipping. . k ll V i ! 'A A MASS OF TESTIMONY TO SHOW THEIR UNHEALTHFULNESS & or; s , ("What Latimer Wrote Ovor Throe Hundred Years Ago Morbific Emanations 'Foliation of Wolls Cholera and Yellovr Fever Infection. Detroit Froo Pre. In his "Scpulturo and Us Methods" (1881) Dr. fitoplicn Wickca brings a, gloat mnss of fact and testimony to show tho unucnlthfujncss of city cemeteries. Bishop Latiraor In 1C53 wroto: "I doo much marvel that London being boo rich a cltlo, hath not a barylngo pla 0 wltkouto, for no doubt it is an thlugo to bury within tho cltlo, cspccinllio at mich a tlmo when thcro bo grcnt'slokncssca, and manlo dlo together. And T think no lesso but it Is tho occasion of grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 March 1886

THE J)mlt Ifoitolultrrm is published EVERT MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. ' TKltMS OF HVllStmiVTIOX, Per annum, . y, $6.00 ...300 Three months .- I-SO Per month .....sacts Postage additional. tar Subscriptions l'atnlittt In Ailvnnce Brief communications from atl parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well ns communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, H. 1, Advertisements must be handed in before 9 P. M.( to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY.. MARCH 24, 1886. PublicitV of public business is a necessary condition to civil liberty and a political guarantee for the supremacy of the law. In representative Governments we hold that all political matters are so directly related to the people that immediate publicity of all Cabinet actions"should be published for the information of the peopje. Publicity may not always prevent misch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 March 1886

PmnmnnfTj! ' "5?! WjlyBWWWWtSi W'I"'8W1IIWIVWPII ' w ywffyf yrngwyn munprm mwTVWFurr J DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1886. . , it "x . 1 1 1- ' ;-i j - WM ' t "w , 'Sk '. a THCB ipnilij If onnluttt $ra$ Vlll 1 for sule lJullyntj tlip 1'lnoon : J. M, OAT, In. & Co IVO. THRUM CRYSTAL SODA-WORKS Fire Centa jior Coj. LOCAL NEWS. . Merchant street Fort wreet Hotel slreeet ' Twelve o'clock, and all is well, a policeman to be seen except who are asleep. Not those The brinantine W. G. Irwin sails for San Francisco this afternoon. Any mail marked to go by her will be forwarded by the Post Office. ' , 'The puzzle ''Tower of Hanoi" is said to have been done in two minutes and five seconds. This cannot beat a per son well known in town who claims to have performed it. in less than two minutes. Next. The Road Supervisor has at last patched up the sidewalk at the Bethel Fountain on King street. This was one of the places which it was threatened would not be repaired as long as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 March 1886

f yfiwinW!W1P1',!fW,WVy,,,iTj?T'' '"-' "' V' :?! J . i9 W ' '4 ''V-,' ' ; ji ,DAIL HOKjPJbULlIlKEESSEpNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1886. IN A MINING CAMlViX (Scnc.ntl Jlbbctllccmcnte. ,(5mcwl ((llMct'ttecm.cute. (general Sbbcrltecmcitto. fficncntl 5U.bcrlifitmcnt6. J (Scntrnl c&tomtecmcnt. HWjMENpBRFpOTM3,yiNDLED i W0UTJ0F.hl3W0NriY. -!, Xeoetrlne a Full Eciulralont lnllxperl" enc "SnUIng" a nAnoAritfTa 6hoV Gun Mali I lie thtf Tests An i,- 1 ?Tp?,'o!r'A' '.'i;. 111 1 ' ft,. I Conant In Boston Tranacrlnt.l .rt WKSfiVscfthoTfrat1 fe'dldv taker Wtl In a camp such ns Deadwood wns iu its early days Is simply washed out from tho puiul and gravel of tho stream ami from1 the dirt on IU banks, Evqry minor stakes out his claim dad irdeVfo washing: If he' finds "pay dirt. " alt right. Ho makes, .money, fast ,ontL very likely .sponds.H. faster. If ho finds himself on a claim which yields nothing, .ho curses his luck nnd goes to work to sell his claim. A, few dollars worth of dust aro sprinkled over t...

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