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m Vol X Mercur, Tooele County UtahWednesday, September 13, 1905 No 35 M
B THE MERCUR MINER.
Ml Published Every Saturday nt
IK Mercur, Tooele County, Utah.
Bl ' Subscription.
HB One year J2.60
IS Hlx Months l.GO
H Three months 1.00
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1 METAL MARKET.
I Monday, 4. Silver, Gl'ic; copper,
I IS S-1C; lead, ?3.50.
H Tuesday. C Silver, 02; coppor,
1 IC G-1G; lend, 3.C0.
f WedncMlay. C Silver, C21-8; copper,
it G 5-lfi; lead, 3X50.
Thumday, 7. Sllvor, G2; copper,
IC C-8; lead. XG0.
Friday, 8. Silver. 01; copper,
1G 5-8; lead, 1XG0.
'' , Saturday, 9. Sllvor, 61; copper,
IG 5-8; lead, J3.D0.
PERHAP3 THERE WAS.
' Ah tlmo wears on tho boiler that a
ei'crot understanding was agreed
? iiH)ti bbtween the HusHlan and Jap-
ones. pcaco ijlcnlpotentlarles grows
j upon tho public mind Irresistibly. Ono
i t, nf tho Indications pointing that way Is
I ( tho length of tho protocol, which was
!"i miglnally rinnounccd ns containing
v fourteen articles, but Is now known
h to b,no sorintccn, the character of
r onlj tho former number having been
poniiitlcd to get beforo tho world.
? Porhnps wo Bhal not get tho full toxt
i of, tho agreement until tho two om-
i vperora lmvo nfilxed their signatures, It
won then, for when nations go Into
i tho stnr chnmber business they aro
iL not prono to tnttlng thoso outsldo of
N" " 'nto their conlldence. With Itussln
Japan guarding tho far eastern
ros of tho Pacific, with China, an
irred aid, If necessary, with Kng
1 looking after tho alliance's Inter
i onhq.oUleftiUdfa of tho Atlantic
r thlngH would 166k ominous. Tho
ted Stntos Ih n Jirctty good country
. io do In.
WHY NOT LEGALIZE IT ALTO
GETHER. t Notwithstanding tl8 fact that there
is n ollff law agalusl prizo fighting In
tj'tah, tho gnmo fjoiis on with semi
ofilclnl. If not full RRhctlon. There
should not bo and probably Is not tho
sllghlont objection to boxing contests
where ulilll, speed nnd endurnnco aro
tho factum within prescribed limits;
lilt thcro Is aa mrtch difference bo
twoon cno or theio and tho fights wo
ero linvliij? rinht alciu; as thcro IS be
tween u ttauo duel and tho roal thing.
f During tho Second stato logtElatuio a
rwrnbor Introduced a bill to regulate
DiciH) content!) uml providing a Hcon3o
ard fyo therefor, by mcano of which
, tho county oi city where held would
v,orivo Homo henont from them; but
Ifcura wore- so many Aunt Nancies in
the gang whoso holy sensibility wore
HhochPd at tho idea of "legallzln" prlro
, " flBhtln'" that tho bill wa3 not pormlt-
tetl to pass. Now we lmvo tho gen
" ', !n aitlclo without deriving any
benefit whatovcr, moral or Hnanclal,
' EDITORIAL BRIEFS.
' What Is to become of our once
. proud and admired N O. U.7 (An-
5, ' '. , sworn may bo sent In nt any time.)
Won't somebody take on that llttlo
' ' , "''iff 'f Spain bororo tho newspapers
have him engaged to every titled
i ' young woman In Europe?
If you want to seo shapely limbs
without going to tho theatres, just
keep nn oyo on tho sidewalks of 8alt
k ,' Lako right nfter a rainfall.
Wo used to think tho dally disaster
recorded of tho railroads bad en aeh.
P , . but of Into there aro two or three dur-
I . ' lS tho day, nnd It is becoming awful.
H " Crop reports arc not yet at hand,
hut It Is already demonstrated that
Utnh h.tB not fallen off In productive-
i "ess. In Fomo respects ho has gained
Tho Herald goes after Governor Cut
' lor for making up an educational ex
amination committee without putting
a single educator on It. That's a way
tho guvcrnor has.
See how the weather has stood in
with tho pleasure rcsortsl A blazing
atmosphere extending to midnight un
til tho resorto cIobo, then tho nlr
cools off Immediately.
Rockefeller hasn't opened up ou
that announced grand system of edu
cational and charitable giving ho
wan on tho bill for, and at latest ad
vices as taklnp things quite easy,
The Tribune ode competition clows
nn tho ICth. Out ef tho Immense
quantity ef poetic effusion that frl
I bo oa hand the quality will bo ctKMI
H nnd all shall soon know who tho "la-
ncr j art.
Local & News Ito-ns
In the Local Market.
Friday, 8. Ono thousand shares of
Sncrnmenti. V sold nt O't,. g
CON. MERCUR IN THE LOCAL
Friday. 8. Hid. W, asked, 51. '
Saturday, 'J. Uld, 48; asked, 51.
Tuesduy, Sept. 5 Hid, 47H; asked, 51.
Wednesday. 0 Hid, 47; nkscd, 51;
Thursdny, 7 Hid, 17; asked 51.
Friday, 8. Quoted at 62; 110 shares
Saturday, 9. Quoted at 62 cents.
Tuesday, D Quoted nt 60 and 52.
500 shares sold ut 47 cents.
Wcdnesdny, C 020 shares of Sacra
mento sold ut .10 cents.
WedneBday, C Quoted nt 50 cents, and
500 shares changed hands,
Thursday, 7 Quoted t 50 cents; 100
Wo still hold that Mr. Wm. Hillings
jvould be, nnd Is, of tho best timber for
' -I $
Why not let Or Talt try ono turn
ns councilman. Ho is a gentleman of
considerable ability unblnscd by party
prejudice, nnd very conservative.
Tho Con. Mercur nnd Sncrnmonto
paying dividends, and tho Hcrshel
pounding out gold nuggets, surely wo
ought to soon float on tho top notch
Who will be our next mayor. Two
years ago wo said Gcorgo Hrynn would
fill the office with credit, wo say so
yet. Bishop Hrynn, it you plcaso, nnn
no hierarchy interference, either Olvo
our worthy bishop n chanco nnd Mer
cur will not regret It.
One thing of which Mercur can
bonst Is, wo have the, record for law.
abiding mining population. Not n sin
glo mining camp ot the Influence nnd
tiopulntlon that Mevmr has now and
has hnd can bonst 'Ana small u list ot
violet dentlunnd im. Injuries inclf
cllvltles of yo fcstlvovmlncr and gam
bler when whisky rylgncth.
Prof. Grant Van Hooso and sister
aro now In tho Philippines teaching
Bchool. After Inking In the fulr nt
Portlond In tho hitter part of Juno,
tho brother nnd sister went to Seattle
where they shipped for Mnnllln. Tho
Miner expects to soon hear from them
tnd expresses a wjsh for their welfare
In foreign lands. Mr. Van Hooso has
i good word to say for Mercur and
hopes to seo tho town nnd his friends
there again In the distant future.
THE NEW LYRIC.
Tho old Utnhnn thentro of Salt Lako
has been related and has changed Its
nnmo and class of entertainments and
nlso Its prices or admission slnco It
charged hands. Undor tho manage
ment of Mr. Gourley tho house hecamo
vory poiMilnr. not only with tho city
nnpp, hut, with a great number of
our out-town people as well; and. U Is
safe to sav, that under tho now re
gime, with Mr. W. II. Eg-m as iunn
ngor, tho house "Tho Lyric" will
hocomo moro popular than over. Our
renders nr nssurd that whenever
they Alslt Salt Lake they will find at
least onu Interesting place to spqnd
an ovonlng, nnd at reasonable prices
of ndmlsslon 35, CO and 75 cents.
Tho hill for tho coming week, com
mencing today, Saturday, tho 8th,
will bo "A Morry Hachelor," by tho
Dainty Paree Extravaganza company.
This pleco is chuck full of fun and
beauyfnl tableaux by pretty and fan
cinatlng girls. Tho wholo. as moral
as tho moat sceptical could ask for
and at tho Same tlmo ns full of llfo
and mirth ns any farco comedy, bo
sides It Ib full of uptodato vocal se
lections, choruses, dances, etc.
Tho labt week's bill Tho California
Girls Extravaganza company, In "The
Oreat White Way," was replete with
startling, interesting and pretty ef
fects as tho electric swings, musical
tablets, tho (lower ballet, girls of tho
U. S. A., etc. Tho present week's bill
promises to bo as full of brlllant spe
cialties, and even moro so, than tho
From Our Exchanges
ALTA LOCAL BRIEF8.
On Tuesday, 29. two moro cars of
Alta ore reached tho sampler.
Tho Wyoming mlno continues to
send in its carload of ore a day.
Two cam of ore were forwarded to
tho Pioneer bompler Monday.
Two cars of Alta oro was received
nt the Pioneer sampler, Monday, 28th.
On nSuturday. the 2nd Inst., four
more cars of Alta reached tho sam
plers. Two ravi of Alia oro was the usual
quota on Friday, 1st, at tho Pioneer
MotiRpcr Henry M. Crorlher of tho
Continental, was In camp the first or
Tuesday, 29, too shares of Colum
bus Con. sold at fZ a share. Tho en
tire sales netting 11, BOO.
September 2. 1,000 sharee of Coli,sv
bla Con. sold for 2.0E and 1,000 of
12.10. Tho day sales realized !,
Things are looking vory brjghty
American For): canyon and prosper
aro good that thoy will contlnuo aii(l
Improvo. ' J,
W. K.Mltcholl, who Is running t
now tunnel on tho Kennebec ooh
pnny's property wob In Salt Lake lat
week njw returned to camp Monday.,!
iTIiii ,camp outfit which was fouii
sorHptimo ago cached Jusf..over life
summit In Codar valley ,,hfl u
claimed by John Burrl or Alta.' MW
Hurrl had been prospecting "and s4nf
ply hid his outllt whllo ho weht,v.g
work for now supplies. Thus en
BEAVER COUNTY BRIEFS. ,1,
Times nro buBy at Nowhouso. , t ;
ji d . j '
A great deal of rain has fallen? It
the couuty of lato. At
Scarletlna has practically "
pcarod from Beaver City. L"w
Chief metallurgist, of tho Newhousfl
staff, was down from Salt Lake Tawtj
day. 4 J
Tho Wasatch King Is again expo!
ing Its richness as work of dovelo j
ment progresses. aj
A great deal of hay has been , l
lured In tho county by tho reo"H
rnlna ns much of It has JuBt been cngl
Tho Cactus mlno of Nowhouw; lil
purely a copper mlno, carrying prMfl
tlcnlly no lend or zlno and very IHtHi
silver and gold. '' J
t1 v J
Tho Skylark is reported to hav
largo quantities of oro In tho 124-foM
level, assays of which show nearly im
per cent copper. -M
Two cows wcro killed by llghtninil
it Heaver last week, and the smr.j
AUTUMN EXCURSIONS fO LAI
VEGAS. S 53
Autumn Is tho Ideal weather at 'mm
Vegns, Novada, the new town -on '.VM
Salt Lake Route, and In response t(f
demand special excursion rates bv
been put Into effect on various daH
rip-rato of'JIO." addltonlrrr1!Wtil,
t crest surrounding this now and thriv
ing town, It should bo rcmemberod
that It la tho gateway to tho famous
gold fields of Novada.
Seo any agent of tho San Pedro, Los
Angeles ft Salt Lako railroad, who
will ho glad to ticket yen, or call No.
17 W. 2nd South strcot both phones
198C, Slt Lako City, Utah,
BIG HORN BASIN EXCURSION.
Round Trip ?30.00.
Tho Colorndo Midland railway, In
connection with tho It. G. W. nnd tho
C. B. & Q., will sell tlckots Sept (.
:o Frnnnle, Garland nnd Cody, Wyo.,
ami return, good for thirty dnyB, at
rate of J30.00. This will bo tho only
excursion to thoso points this year
ml anyone wishing to Mslt tint coun
try should tnko ndvnntago of this rata
Tho finest agricultural country In
Wyoming Is In tho Dig Horn Daaln
Writo for book on tho Big Horn
ilasln country nnd nil particulars rol-
itlvo to tho trip to L. II. H-.rdlng, 75
West Second South, Salt Lnko.
Via Oregon Short Line Railway.
Salt l.auo to Portland and return
Salt Lako to Portland and return
(ono way via San Francisco), $42.50
Salt Lake to Portland and return,
(ono way via Los Angelos), J50.60.
Tickets to Portland nnd return, di
rect, on salo dally from May 24th to
September UOth, Inclusive, Tickets
reading ono way via San Francisco oi
Los Angeles on salo August U0, 31,
and Septombor 1, 2. If, 4, 5, 0, 13, 14,
IE, 27, 28, 29. AH' tlckots good for
itopovcrs. Seo agents for further par
tlculars. City Ticket Qfflco 201 Main
hi m -
Prices 25, 50 and 75 Cents.
Opening of tho Extravaganza Sea
THE COLONIAL BELLES.
All this week and Tho CALIFORNIA
GIRLS Next Week
There nro 40 people In thesfc Y'feccs
and each ono Is a clover performer.
Special matinees Tuesday ana
Matinees at 3 o'clock. All seats 25c.
Week commencing August 28th.
J. E. CAVEN, MANAGEIt.
Presenting tho Fivo-Act Mek
A Parisian Princess .
Illustrated Songs, Moving Picture t,
High class Vnudp?llle.
Admission, 10 c. Resorved Seats, 1( c.
Nw Grand Theatrfe.
Salt Lake's mast popular theatre.
Opens Monday, Sept. 4.
With tho Musical Absurdity.
THE NEW YORK QIRLM ;,
day D. M. Glllls. n young man In his
employ was knocked down and
somcwhnt Injured by the samo
lor tho purpose of providing addi
tional means with which to carry on
ilevelopmcnts nt tho Federal com
pany's properties, Mnnrgcr II. E.
Meyer will Icavo for tho enst today.
Ueforo returning he expects to visit
Grand Rapids. Mich., Evnnsvlllo, Ind
and Louisville, Ky. Ho Mpccts to bo
ono about six weeks.
SALT LAKE & MERCUR RAIROAD
CO. TIME TABLE.
Effective May 1st, 1905.
No. 1. No. 2.
A. M. Stations. P. M.
11:16 Ar Mercur Lv 2:00
ll;00 Lv Summit Lv 2:15
10:30 Lv... . Manning .....Lv 2:62
10:05 Lv Fairfield Ar .1:14
J. O. JACOBS.
; S Tom Keene 5 cent Cigar is ;
5 being distributed by 5
iJ Rieger & Lindley,
!i "The Whiskey Merchants." a
1 '' Salt Lake City. g
m For the Cheapest Line of Good- b J
g&i OErTS' FURNISHINOS, HATS AND SHOES J
KSsJ CAUL AT.
mm mi mi store. !
lf) Jaaiptn, SHti, OranhlH. XI. X
Spall Street, Mercur. Wm. BILLINGS, Prep. J
BBjPBiBat 1 1 lli.llMMlAMiasfcssjyMsaWMMaasMBlJiBBi
W3BERT B. PCCKLJEj
HWationery confectionery -JffijieMMtfi
I , periodical cur Sker' piU', , 77Ti ' I
Agency Troy Stoam Laundiy, KgJrsr MERCUR, I
DR. E. C. FAIRWEATHER, H M
9 3 j-W
gtlooms & and 0 Walker Dank Dultd-fl lisH
lnK, Salt Lako City. $ SH
With Or. Hector QrUwold for thP IsH
0 past three years, 3
of Utah. H
"The Head of the Public 8ch60t Syt- H
tern if the State." H
Tho University of Utah Includes the H
School of Arts and Sciences, the H
Stato School of Mines and (he ' H
State Normal School. i M
SCHOOL Of ARTS AND SCIENCES.
Tho School ot Arts and Sciences ot H
tors courses In: M
1 General Science M
2 Liberal Arts. -W
STATS NORMAL SCHOOL.
Tho Nornlnl Soliool offfirs: H
1 A Four-year Normal Course. H
2 Advanced Normal Courses. H
.1 Courso In KlHdcrgartcn Train- H
THE SCHOOL OF MINES. H
Tho School ot MlllM oftors courses Isssi
1 MInliiK Engineering. :iH
2 Electrical Engineering. .iH
3 Civil nnRtncdrlng. fsH
4 Mechanical Engineering. , H
B Chcnllcal lihfe'lnecrlng. 11
PREPARATORY SCHOOL. WM
A Preparatory School la maintained H
which gtvos preparation for1 tho 'H
course In General Science, Liberal jH
Arts, Engineering, LaW, Medicine and , ilH
Graduates from the elkht grades ot !l
tho public schools aro admitted to th IH
Nnrmnl School; but a year 6t High '.iH
School work U necessar for almls '1
slon to tho Preparatory School.. , '4iissH
Now buildings, excellnt 'Tffllti'. u.; v1B
splendid caiilpmenL,, .,. iMMfr! 'uJmWmY' ' -1
sent free upon request to "T, - iiH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, " 'lM
Salt Lake City. H
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH H
Utah'a Scientific, Technical Instltu- S Provides Liberal, Thorough and
tlon of HlQher LearnlnB. Practical Education. H
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The 8ehool of Anrleulture, Tho 8chool of Enalneerlno and Me- I H
The School of Domeetle Science and chan,c Art' H
Arts. The School of General Science. .M
The 8chool of Commerce. The School of Muslo. - H
The Agricultural Experiment Station. I H
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4-A strong Tnculty, reproHcnting tho best limtltutlona of America nnd Eur-4. ,
-f ope, aro in charge of tho work o( Instruction and experimentation. . H
.Vq tuition Ih chnrgod. negistrat'on fee. I&.00. COLLEGE OPENS
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