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j Vol. X. WlfiicijrTqoele County, Utah, Vcfnesclw.v Werifber I, 1905. No. 42. I
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THE MERCURf MINER,
FH.bkr'-tc! Cvery Wednesday
at
tf.tftjr. Teoe'e Ccunty, Utah.
i
' .i hsckiitions.
' Cfie yBi. TO ctnti.
S.x. Months, 40 cents.
,' Tr.ree months, accents.
i
'llii-M ' -- bold moiI until .lanunr"y
1!V, 1 r j u; u!)l itf lkilir ntr-
Mints.
AdcrtlN.t.K rat on applIctiiJto to
I i.ur Itxal or -"nit l.ul.o odlco.
Salt La' (VTivc 2.i7 I'oMMftilnf
nib HIil Mm. I'usMifllw lkix 17w
Js. T. Jakeman . , . . tHlnSger
Thl patf-'.c tept on fits' y THE
AMERICAN. MINING. COltGRGSS,
Chamber of Commerce Bullctan,, Den
ver, Colo., where our reader; (VIII be
vieleorre ts te uoe. of. the. 'leading
Sapers tra-i tie various mitring nee
tlons of thr v.irt. a sJlentHlc library
And mineral exhibit.
. "" rs
NOTICE.
All ' mi. -(! Ins tlifn paper
with tli'-i '' i imtrkcil with u red
('.(iss will ui i-i4iiiu-l tfi.it tfx'lr nub
'crlptloti l.m lin p:iM for fx inontliH
. f-om th..t. ' . I" ninrkud. whh k
l.l.iuk croK' i.i'r MiiTficrlptlciii will .
Mro In on ris i.
THE PUBLISHERS.
READ THIS.
All now s'l'ii-r-rSliers p.i.vmK 7". cents
for nno -.ir or 'u rents for bIx
mouths. tl'- Atntrlcun Knrnicr will bo
vnt ftv for mm ciir. This offer
koldi Rood i.n II .Iiiuiuirv 1, I'.ino.
tiii: l'DUMbiinns.
METAL MARKET.
MVduecdnv. .". -silvir. fiih: topper,
Ifi; Ie.ii' .. ''.
Tburiliiy. .ii tjll.'-i, iWH; topper, HI;
lc id, J".. (.-.
l'rliluv, 27 "Ihfr, divi; copper, 1C:
lend. .:..
Sulurd.i. ss Sllvn-. 025;;; copper, 1C;
li-nd, $:;.r,v.
Monibiy. ::i dlhtr, C2; copper,
1Sm: le.nl. $350.
TiiPHdiij. ..1 3'lvtr, ti2"j4; copper,
ir,: lend, s.::o . .,
j- LOCAL STOCKS IN THE MARKET.
Con. Mercur at Home.
Tuehdiiv. 211511, .VUfc: iiKkud, ("(Hi;
2". uliiiieh old tit .".; l.'.uo at no mid
:;i)ii ut (Hi'-j (nuts a hhme.
Yednfsiln. . 25 Hid, CO; niU-il, C2
cents.
TIhii-mIii . It.-Hid, ".!.; naiad, CI '4
nts
Kildii.v, 27 Hid "li'it linked. CI cents.
."mi Klmro-4 -olil nt CO cents,
d.itiirilny. as Hid, .7'i; nuked, CO
t ents.
. Momlii), :!" Bid. ." mid .7Vi. Hled tI2
cents: " "Ii ires hidd nl 5S titils.
Tuesd:i). "1 Hid, '.'JV6: iisked, Ci
eenis: !!' !im uh wold nt t'.O cents.
WotliivKdu'. Nii. 1. Hid, ."7 mid ."'.;
nsliid. ill'-i mid f.2 centx. 2.ntm
hIiiik- Milii ut ihi itnlti.
At Boston.
Tttt'Hil.i, 2' Quoted nt SO rents iiml
film sliurcs -old.
Weilnesduy. 2.1 IJiioled ut WKit fid,
".tSCfi uliatHs cold.
Tliura.l iy. 20 ( 'noted at f. mid 2
tenii-: .i'"i li i.t s rold.
1'rldiiy. 27 flno,-d m (it mid (.. H
Blll'IV '('1 I
SViliiril!, 2s Qiiotiiil at IIS units.
il"iuln. " (JiHited i.t 03 cents mid
1,'Hi'l hli .r yild.
Tuesdiiy. ::i Quoted at fJ rtld !
centti mid 27.", share, wild.
Vediifdii. No. 1. tjimlcil nt r,2
mid C! mid 2.Mi mid.
Sacramento at Home.
. Tnesiliy. 21 Hid, ': ii-d-ul !"i ctnls.
Vt'dnoiid.i. :.', lild. !i'i; i"ld. !h
(cuts,
l'liuri-d,i. Si. IIU. !: nslieil. ; eenU.
1'rldiy. 7 Hid. : iinleil. in irlii.
Siluriliiy. 2 Hid. !i: nsUd. tents.
.Mnndiy. :: HM, !',: nsKed. !;
1,(10(1 sli-us elisn'utd luiiiils nt 8i"i
rents n xh r mil I.imhi nt !i.
Tiiwsd.iv, Kl Hid. 8i : nxl.eil. H8'. cuiiIk.
Wodtiesiliiy. No I. Hid. !': nsl.nl.
81 iiml 'J'y eem .
Inrjot at Home.
Tuesdiiy. 21 Hid. !": nhked. 2 cents.
VdneMta. l:, HIil, H: i.Hld 24
cents.
Tliursdio, St Hid. l: nnKel, 2'4
ronls.
. I'llil'iy. 27 Hid. !,(.; iiukml 1) ntnt
W, rents; 1 fcliifB ml I nt Pi
cents and loim nl ci nts.
fyitiiiln. 2N Kill. 1; imUetl. 2 cents.
Monday, Sn-HId. I ',4; alnd, 2 mid 2(.
CentH.
.Mondsy, lift Jitd. It, 'ill; AiK'hI. $15.
Tim !tiy, SI HI I, Hi iinkisl. 2 cents.
Wtiltiurds) Nm. 1. H.i. li: nxliill.
2Vi mid 2' icnii.
MCRCUH'tS TWO TICKETS.
I Cltlitni' Ticket.
For Mayor ('. i;ver.
For r.otin'l Ur. ,l, 1), 'I'biu. tew
jour torm: .Iikh,i Slmmttt, Ooorm
Wilson und l'rud Cunw'itw fur llio
(wo-year twin, .
I
Tor Recorder llnrrj NOn.
For Marchal .1. I. Oeilauil.
For J'istlce A II. Dunlin.
iror Treasurer IMw.iid ltonurv
I Vorklngmeh's TiCkeA .
I s-
JFor Mayor lr.inn,Knitli.
fFoi" Council A". 1'. "iYedeoii futff'ofr
j lelni; Dr. J.. (J. thii'er, .r.n fihi.
C ihnn uilVl' .. Senson foi itfrt-fonr
P ffljii.
pFor" ftetoYd'er D, I,. t'tnlerwisMj.
For fvfarslial Krisl llfiittois.
f For Juitlee I.. 13 t'oitu,
fFor Treaturer P. ('. Coe: ,
' Tl-fS AMERICAN Ml'KlING "CON-
CRESS. " j
'I In' i'l.htli nnnui'l smnlnr, of thr .
ccn-f'As vlll lo li'dii :r Ll 'irii, Tex,
N'ovcfiV.cr 1 1 ft IS, I'M'..
Transportation Rater. I
KiVJTn all R'diitH in Hie tetrltorj nil
dei' ni(' iiirlfillctloti or the Trans-Con-tlnefll.il
Kisseniser association, nlilch
prnctlcjllv Inclioles nil the ht.ifs west
of the tflsronrl rliir, the rate to 131
Paso will lie one fare for the tomul
trip, tickets izood for tlilrt diivs. l'rom
all other mlnfs In tho. countrj. the
rate to 131 I'.imi will he one fnrc phis
two ilollars for the lininil trip, llnul
limit for return DcteiiiUr'lT.ih. Tick
et! will ho on sale a wtelc.nr mi prior
lo the opening of the (on(ntlun. .
Excursion Rates.
i The triinspTMIcm comniltiee has
nrrmiK.-d for u terles of eenrilons Into
Old 3t"lrn, nn I to nil (lie sre.it mi
nine districts of Tonus, Old MonIco,
New .MfxIp-i, Artrens, etc. In no ease
does' the fare for thofo special trips
er?'()d one fine for the round trip, and
In'heiul' nil Instances It ! less. One
trip deserving special mention Is Hint
to Mexico City mid return fare T2S.no.
This trip will plvo the lsltor mi op
pnittmlty to lnlt tho prcnt mlnliiu
dlsliicts of Old Molco, ten or twthe
of the le-nllni; cltlts of that country:
also of n low In:; tho inlns nnd relies of
the cMlb.ntlnn of tho Aztecs; tho pal
aces, cnstles and temples of tho onrlj
Sp.mlsh settlers and tnlssIonailcH, etc
Entertainment Features.
Tho Jinspltiiilty of tho people of -131'
t'aso I,j absolutely unsurpassable, as
will h shown tiy tho followliiB fea
tures dcslpued 1o entertain tho dele
il,g)niJJJjelr tticiuls.. .i. a
tho Rf'ntiiirtthVif'-rcri'MKo win rIvo
smoker In honor of Hid vlsltlni; gentle-'
mcn;l nnd tho ladles of 131 Paso will
clie a reception to tho vlsltlni; ladles.
Roth of theso functions nro designed
to bo brilliant uncial eenlH,
An ohl-fiihlilonod Mexican bull-flKht
will be held at Cliidad .luniez. Mexico
Just across tho rlcr from 131 I'aso,
In which sevei.il tliamplon niatadois
nm entered,
Other reaturiM alo Insp?cilnn of tho
second lin-'est hinelter III the t'liltod
States, visit to reeral old cathedrals
and mission bulliltni;s, which have
been In use for i-evi nil hundred years:
trolley ildrs about 121 I'.isn, plenty or
brass band uimdc, etc., etc.
Exhibits, Etc.
The Pt-ito Mining nssoclntlon or
Ton.'h will have a completo exhibit ot
inlnerels round In that stnte; tho Oie
gou Mciuniiiln iiilnlm" dlMilct nnd sev.
eial otlitr local mining camps of New
Mexico. Old Mexico nnd Arizona will
also have dlsplajs of minerals.
Several largo mining machinery
manufactuiers will ONhlblt various
kinds of iiilntm; ninchlticry and tho
Humphries I'hrito company will lnvc
on iliupj.iv all during tho session an
l.nmense toll'-etlon of photovrnplm of
ml:i lir; oin r.iilons, camps, pl.ints, ion
ihlneiv, cte. lepiesentlug the mining
Indium of New MonIco, Arlzoni, So
nor.i, c tc.
Programme.
Tl'o iiHvreimiio fur this convention
will follow ipoim prnctlc.il lines than
it Ins ut un of the conxentlons held
heulofor'-. Ml papers to bo presented
will deal with lle mining (pieslinns,
ind tho liiont iepreentatlve oiiph will
he pi luted mid dlHtrllmteil to the del
ojirtis In eilvmre of the session, and
i llnio sit np.Tt for their exclusive
din'umlun dm In:; the sumlon.
FOR MINING CONGRESS.
I)elij;ait eluwen liv (Sov. .Inliu t'
Cull' i' lo tcpreront the .State or t'lnh
'I Ihe eli-'hlb uiiniinl soeslon o.' the,
Ainerlemi Mining confresH:
lion. Hied Kmoot, r.iivo, I'i.i'i:
lion. C.eoige Sutherliiliil, SsH Iji1.
Cll ; Hon .lofonh Howell, Salt l.ske
CH: IV uk I'lerre, Halt l.ak- Cli:
Helm I'ecn. S'tll Lake C'llv; 1).ild
Keith. Hint Lake CHy. II. 8. .loitopl.
Skill l.el.r (lt : P. T. Kiiriuwitrtli, Suit
l.ske Cltj : Wllllmi II. Tibl'iiU, S.ilt
Ijikti Cli ; C !' llenjninlii Tlbbv, S tit
l,nko Cll : Caleb Tatni'r, Salt ljil.e
Clt ; (iiiimr Tl'oniHU. Salt l.ske Cb;
.1. It. T'mIu's. PrnM), I'ti'li; lm.i Hid
ililm. Ciul-.ille, 1'tnh; lohn C Su ii
miii. 13url..'. I'tnh.
i
SALT LAKE A MERCUR RAIROAD
CO. TIME TADLE. ,
Cirtetlve May lit, 1903.
.Vonwpid. Cs-lwoil
No. 1. '' 3-
A. II. H'sHnns. P. "M.
11:16 Ar Mnrrpr I.v 2:'ti
-I1:i.d l.v Suinmli ....'.I.v 2:13
10:110 I.t.,.. Msniilnc l.v 2:. '.2
10:06-1. I'alrflold vr ii:l
Local & News Htis jj
jsajf
OL'R NEIGHBORS AND OURSELVES
i Vnti Miiilii uir of l.'i"si'n, vm
,ii So ' .nn i.iiir iHN wetl..
I ' '
i 1, te' Hun or vijn tLi r will b 'no
wudii.tirs III Pliieklou III .lltvr lievr til
. i.M.
.: .
Mr. i.i d Mr. .1. C. I'o.wti ld' .r
Sii.pl-ti'ti wtro Sail Like Irtti Tin HiIh
mh:..
iX .
.T. H. Cumi.li' II Is lilamiliig for nn
.'NKiishe trip to ICurtipu diii.n; the
ei.'ly nlltuii'n.
.'. M. I'rmill. tin '1 reocntly n test
iletit of Sioeliii.n, has secured n pal
i ut on u railroad switch,
tiioigu I.uft left for New Yolk City
eH.riln on a IiiisIikhh trip.. lie will
h ur u In i.bmit two wetl.s.
Tlie tenclurs and Bchokirn of Stock
ton's public school are bus preparing
a Thanksgiving cutf rlnlnincut.
ilt N
Mr. A. Swmsoii, one of Mcrcur's
bilsillug inerehiiiits, Is spending u few
wicks In California for his heillh.
. Jt
Mls An tin MelnloBh, of St. .fonti.
sptni tnn or thre dins ,lth friends
and ul.ithi.s In Stockton this week.
. .tf
P. It. SullUmi, miihter meeliaiile of
ibo Coiiolldattil Mercur, Ins rMurni-d
lo c-iniii i tttr u short trlt to Salt
Uil.e Clt.x.
.1 J
H. H. Hloek nnd Leonard Keslur loft
for Sim V'rauelsio. fiom which idaci'
the.x will take passage, for Austl.illa In
about ten (lavs.
i1 j
.lohn MeKi liar, who has been under
ireiitiuint In a Salt Uiko hospital for
blood iiobonlng. Is hack In Mercur,
grcatl) liupiowil In hriilih.
je jt
Mr. and Mrs. V. N. (Juniln, or
Stxektun, spent TIiutfiIiij night In
Salt Knke (ill), wheie thov went to
hear "Tho Prince of Pilscn."
't .'t
W. S. Murks, deniity eountv cupeiln
tendenl, visited tho Meieur inilille
schools Thin sdnj. Ho t.iorts that nil
(leiurtiucnts mo In good (niidltlon.
. . ,
The card i.i ty given by Sego l.llr
AVrii u social nnil llnnncini Kitccesii.
All 'nlltiidlng rtport ti most enjoyable
time.
Ktlnii. tho elglit- ear-old ihiughtcr o'
Mr, nnd Mrs. It. H. dundry, of Stock
ton, Is confined to htr bod with scarlet
fever, but her condition In most fa
vorable for rapid recovery.
v Jt
The Cx clone st Stockton will soon
be nniong the dividend payers Instead
of on the nBnessinenl rrlls, (Ireat
things nro boon exptcttd from tho 5(M,
t()ii anil 7IHi-foot levels.
.' .
; l)r. T. Miller' gave n verv lu
teresl . lecture In Meieur on "Char
"tier I '-'lug." Mr Millet i (Alitor
(if "Chai oter Hulhler"." u moniliH
Kiagazliu published in Salt l.l;c City.
.;
Miss Nellie Hrtiwu retiirne . In hci
home In Sail l.a'io Cll lasl S .iiird.ij,
lifter il most pleasant vls'l of reven
weeks will' friends und iPlHthv In
Stockton, who wcio very lo.uli io set'
her depart.
. .it
It bus been lb elded to opui a rllonl
nt Sunshine, to nccominoilate about
llfleen pupils of school line wb" -'to
now living there. Miss Anna K Thajer
linw been e'eeted teacher. Tho school
will open noNt Moiubiy.
. vt
School In now i nulling nt Sunshine
to aecoinnioihite the chlldicn living
theie. This sclasil Is under the prln
eialshlp of the Mercur school, being
In this district, mid Is under tho lu
toislilp ol Ml.is A. I,. Tliujfi.
01 '
Sheilff I3VHI1S, of 'rooele, nceoinp.i
nled Clmrles MeKelhr lo the ileseit
last Wednesday to biltirC In a corpse
vvlili h tho lattir dlsrnveied burled
with Ktoiies nhout sovenlv miles vest
of Toools City. Murder Is suspected.
." ,'t
The veteran artor, John H. I.ludsny,
spent several iIojh In Sloekton this
wek, uilverllslnic his ilrntmitle Hhnke
hperoau recital, which ho Intended
clvliu WodnoMlay rlHt. He was on
able lo do so, however, on ik count of
Illness, with which bo was altnckcil
that dav.
v o:
The ninth wedillux anulveisiiry of
Mr. and Alts. W. N. (Iiiudiy, was cele
brated Friday, October 27. liv a social
ei ealng at cm ils. Mrs. M. V Mllrh
oner and M. F. Il'iddaiz euptiiiod tho
(Irst prizes mid Mrs. .his Hrown and
13. II. Mjcklnson were n warded tho
boobies.
Miss Memnhls William, whose
mother. Mrs. I). It. Williams, has been
i.-ri 111 for almost lluve mouths,
enm home to Ptooktou from Pocatel
In. Idaho, last Wwliionl i MWa WM
lltitiM Is "inilitMl ps booHwper and
'iionripher by tho Idah I'urultiire
Conijianj.
.' J
Pel Shi'ldo, tho wlfo-'ieaur, who
has liHeii fined before this lime lor
that ii.Te'is-', wax iikiiIii innli root lug
Mrs. Sheldo, mid n crowd of women,
,'ih whlpi ami (dubs, had Jusl miught
th imn whun Marshal Crnwford ur
rlrt.rAllb ! wuniini vtIiIoIi hud been
ii i I i.l i i
-
snorn out bv (i.or- Midi, r. Sh-Phi
was t'lk.'ti Initi'edl.iti'l. to .oiirt on i
rhnrju m IR'( be.itlto'.
f v "' " I
,'lhc im.l-.i,s nt lutein.. M-riur
HHliloi.. alT-fnel.uy iiyiu lor .-nr
''Jf,n' r,,'t''s ur.- ijeiitei nm! hk
lnlIP vnliti, htjther Work Is to lie re
sinned mi Hi, lower love's, through
Ihoiold PI i-iittr milt which will tap
lholvellis nbi it pill .,. below the lli
por vtirl.'tif,
' .t .
'I io Mi rei.r ludee. 1. o. u4 P. ooldld
sll previous (Ions In liospli.illiv on
Tiiitjmlav night The oi e.Hlon w 1 1 a
frnljjrnal visit rrom the Juleen. of
Stockton ind Ophlr. Seven'e. n from
Ihfijfonoer and ten from tli l.i-Jer
'tlnco t ttjcij oil fully the hiMla'liv of
tholMcrcur Odd Follow h.
V pleasant nnd prolltablo Ivenlng
cuujbo spent cviry Sunilnj at the M.
13. rlmrch, whet-e the Itcv. Tl.i.s". Cook
holds services oven week Mr Cook
Is on Interesting talker nnd wnrthv of
tl)K inipport of all tllo people of Slock
totCf nverjhodj Is most cordhlllj In
vited to attend these iiicutln';-."
. ji vil
Tj M. Onllgher mid Mrs, .lennlo
Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Airs! II. 1)
Treiiam. were married at tho home or
the bride's mrenrs lu Salt I ake City,
October .11, and came to Slot kton last
Thursday. Mr. (1. In general manager
of (.( New Stockton Mining A: Mllllnir
Company. Hero's -best wishes for Hi
turo prosperity and happluesi
Mrs. Wm Hr.irken nnd C. A flmic
las, 'of Stockton, were lnatrleil nt Salt
liko City. Saturday, October and
vvcri! koron.iilod by the tin can hand
Monday evening, Mr, Douglas was nn
emploveo of CHnc & Hraeken, butch
ers until rcoonllv, but has seeure I n
(insltlnn In Salt liko City, where the
family will move lu tho near future.
." J
.Tomes McKendrlck, who was mi
badly liurneil about it month ago, died
last Tuesday ut I,. I). S. Hospital.
Salt Iiko. Ho was a member of the
A.i'O. P. W und ninny of the n,emlier.s
oflliat order fimn Stoc'don attended
thj funbnil services which were held
Ik Tooele, Thursday, November 2 Mr
McK, Was well known hereabouts, hav
ing been n resident of Tooele for
ninny years. The lust three )onrs of
his lite wcia spent In our Stockton.
HoJtM'cs n wife, son, daughter, moth
erjtwnd brothers und sinters to mourn
hls'lloon. fi
L, THEiDRAMAf .,
tasRliWwcMavVtrat"'!?
Coming.
At tho l.yrlo Theatre this wee!
tho May Howard coiupiny holds (ho
boards. A compnny of very prett
girls nnd beautiful bullet Tho bI"
numbers In the "Olio" tire worth Hi
prlco or ndmlsslon without the main
play, mid beautiful girls In their be
witching h.'illct. Tho nuiaber.i to
feired to consist or three sets of li
lux pictures "Muslrpio Protlro," "Til
Angelus" mid the "Hnll or Ililivlon,'
Htissoll &. Iicko In paw; i n 1 dan'i
"Tho Musical Cr.ilgs" lu Inter, dine
performances an unlmio nnd swiet
toned instruments, nnd l.uvillo i.u I
(Iraut, phslcal eitllitio mode's und
hand acrobats, tho gie.itc.it iniihcul'ir
oxhlbltlon ever prcFentod In this city
NoU wesd, the bill' will bo "I'lie S- ti
Bliovv'dlrlH" In delightful spceialtli
Tho pntrons of rho I.jrle. alwij-i -
homo fctllng ,ood Iioohiiso thev ul-w-.ija
hovo u gool hearty laugh or lu
other words mi evening of laughs Om
out-of-town re.idcm will bo enable 1 to
enjoy tliim when lu Salt Lake
. J
"The Whlt) Tigress of .laprn,"
whlrh has been riiunlng nt tio (.raiul
Theator tho llrst part of this week, Is
curtnliily otiu of tho inrist iirteresllng
drnnins brought to that popular
houso. Our readers, whui vlhltliiR
Salt Luke CHy, wjll b well reimlil for
time mid mono), pt nt If iftej i Html
tho tlrund Thealer.
J v'
The last half or the wek tin incit
ing ill lima. "Escaped finni the Unr
ein," will be pioduced i I llm (Iri'lid
Theater, Salt l.al.o t'ltj . 'I here nro
several or,v exciting nnd silrnng
scinos und tableaux lu this p.eie
Popular prlcoi pn vail 2.i, So t.nd 75
cents.
o
CHEAP RATES TO EL PASO
AND CITY OF MEXICO.
On Nov. Kith nnd 1 1 tit II.- Color.' Io
Midland lt v. Ill sell loon I H I k
els to 131 Paso for r.l..o7. Tlel uiod
until Nov. 26l'i. with flit-il n nl 'd
limit of Po. Sfitb U deslr d. v 131
Paso round it Ip tickets to Clt of
Mc.Ico will bo on utile for 2 Nov. Is
the time lo visit bdiiiitlful mid an le ie
Old Muxlro nt itroatl; redlictii i.irs
Stert light by i-ieliig tliet vour
tlekttn nnd over tlie Mldl.in I It-mi'
thus iidsurlliK J oil a pleasant end li
terestlng Creole trip. Htielltul cm-,
nectlons. Further pnrtleulurs t 1
lllernturh ut Ticket Olllee, 7" ' t
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CHEAP EXCURSION TO CITY OF
MEXICO,
Under manae'' 'f
The Utah. Mexican Sugar & Live Stock
Company,
Only rG.OO Round Trip.
Tickets good leaving Utah, October
"lr. rinal return limit, December
-'it, 1UIS.
nouTE:
Ctlng, via Rio Giaode, Santa Fe
and Mexican Central Railroads,
Returning, via Mexlcrn Central,
Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroads.
For further Information, tee lacal
repretentatlveo t1 above lines, or
..HEBER M. WELLO, President, or
J. T. HAMMOND, Secretary. Utsh.
Mexican Sugar 4. Live 6tock Co., Salt
Lake City, Utah.
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In Africa wives hnvo lueu '. fe.
two picVrtf rf Is'rp'ns.
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