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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

MISS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ, Writes : ' i'l ee Years Ago My System lias fn a Jiun-Dotvn Condition. 1 Owe to re-ru-na My Restoration to Health and Strength." (Qwss Ricka Leop qfim lUTlSS IHCKA LEOPOLD, 1S7 Mniti " street, liennshn, Wis., Sco'y Lied erlumiz, writes: "Tliroo yenrs ngo my system wns In x terrible run-down condition and I uis broken out nil over my body. I begnn to bo worried about my condition and I wib glncl to try anything which would relievo me. "I'eruna was recommended to mens K flno blood remedy nmt tonic, and I toon found that it was worthy of prnisc. "A few bottles changed my condition materially and in a short tlmo I was all over my trouble. " I own to l'cruna my restoration to health nd strength. Inm glad to en dorse it" Pe-ru-na Restores Strength. Mrs. Hettlo Green, II. II. 0. IuUa, 111., writes: "I Imd cntarrh and felt misera ble I bepnn tho' uso of l'cruna and began to improve in every way. My head does not hurt mo so much, my appetite is good and I am ga...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

I HW C EDITORIALS. J H This paper Is on fllo at the American HHH Mining Congress, Denver, Colorado. B THE 8UPREME JUDGESHIP. R On tlie 20th of September, tho He- HHH puMir-n '"fl convention will con- HHH ireao In Salt take City (or tho purpose HHH , .. k candidate for tho Supremo HHH court of thn stnto unit n member of HHH congress. Of tho two, tho former In HHH tho most Important to the fit 3 to. HHH A Judge of tho Supremo court Is one HHH of tlireo men to whom ns II in I nrbl- HHH tors must como nil legal questions. HHH They arc tho II in I Interpreters of tho HHH law, as well n& tho sworn defenders of HHH tho constitution of the commonwealth HHH The mnn who occupies this position HHH should be ono of sound Judgment nnd HHH unspotted Integrity, as well ns a law- HHH ycr of tho profoundest learning. Ho HHH should be n man who In his position HHH Is superior to all partisanship; In a HHH word, n mnn who Is tho greatest of all, HHH an upright Judge. HHH Two names havo so far been...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

---------- I MERCUR MINER I H jc1 jH SUPPLEMENT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1000. - SUPPLEMENT H THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH I 1 The Agricultural College all I lave heard of it, Borne have seen it, and the entire citizenship of H the state haa indirectly profited H by and through it, but how many M are familiar with the fact that in this school the State of Utah poa- suses an institution which in the nj sixteen years of its existence has made a record for educational ef- ficiency and general worth that R places it high among the schools H of its kind attaining a rank se ll eoud to none of its age! How ninny know that at the St. Louis and Portland Expositions the work of the students of this in stitution, in competition with that from many of the great institu tions of the country, was giveu the highest awards gold medals. How many know that from a SINGLE small and poorly equip ped building of sixteen yenrs ago, I the institution has renched a mag nitude requiring twenty different bui...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 29 August 1906

H - y- i--- in H COLLEGE DORMITORY fl splendid crops having been gath- M ereil "this year. The parade M grounds and certain cottages for M College employees complete the M College plant, which altogether H embraces lib' acres. M Consider the fact that each and H every building has the most up- to-datc equipment, and the insti- M tutimi in all its extent is before M you. Does it not impress you that B this is nu institution worthy the H pride of any people, of any state) fl SCOPE OF WORK. H If then, the institution has the H physical and moral environment B duirable, and the buildings and m equipment necessary for the most M i Motive work, what other phases M ure there that enter into a coin H sideration of the value or need of M ihc school? The courses offered M and the educational worth of the H instruction, of course. M The bill providing for the land- M pi nut institutions sets forth that B the colleges nre instituted "for M the purpose of promoting it he lib- M oral and practica...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

! V -. J M " Vol- XI. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, September 5, 1906. No. 32. THE MERCUR MINER. Published Every1 Wednesday. GRAY & JAKEMAN, . Publishers. - . Omco of Publication Is'oxt door to Postofllce, Mercur, Utah. i ' t Tills paper Is entered as second-class f ' matter at the post ofllco nt Morcur, UUih. " '- Subscription: X- . Ono year, 11.00; six months, 75 cts: thrco months, BO cts. ty Tho abovo prices aro cash in advance 1$V' and do not npply to subscription duo prior to July 14, 1900. r JA3. T. JAKEMAN, fjj Managing Editor. .V'V , jrw7BVERS. . . . LOCAL MANM)ElT ' ' - METAL MARKET. , .-' Monday, Aug. 27: Sliver, CO 5-8; . , lead, $5.75; copper, 18c. M.) Tuesday, 28: Silver, GO 3-4: lead, rvS ' , $6.75; copper, 18. ' -,?-, , Wednesday, 29: Silver, CO 3-1; :y ''. lead, $5.75; copper. 18. r' Thursday, 30 Sliver, CO 5-8; lead, '" $5.75; copper, 18. Friday, 31 Silver, Cfi 5-8; lead, '15.76; copper, 18. '", Saturday, Sept. 1 Silver, CC 3-4; -t lead, $5.76; copper, 18.' NOTICE. '...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

J by Mary evereux Hj 1- I HUH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DOM C. WILSON H CHAPTER XXX. Hi Lafltte, while waiting for Baptistlno i Hi to return with Implements for making HHJI n grate, left Shaplra to look nfior tbn ' Hi prisoner, and drow Ilarbo aside In or- i far to question here moro closely. Ho was, after hearing what she had i to sny, convinced that she was not Ha mistaken In her statoment, although I thero were no papers nothing In the ' Hi way of further Identification found Hi upon the dead man. HI Barbc acquiesced readily In Lufltto's Hi decision that Koso do Cazencau should never bo told the truth. Hi Great was tho dlszuBt of Shaplra Hi and tho two men who returned with Ha llaptlstlne when they found that It ' HJHJ was Lafltte's wish to bury tho Eng- JH llshman, as well as Zeney. Even Bap- tlstine's black brows went up In n sur- HJHJ prised disapproval which ho wisely refrained from putting Into words. Tho dead were foou laid In the HHB hastily prepared graves; the earth HI was shovel...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

I H. WHITLOCK, B Dealer In 8 K-IARNEaS AND HORSE FUR-H B NISHINGS. Waryavale UtahS 8ALT LAKE A. MERCUR RAIROAD CO. TIME TABLE. Effective December 10, 1905. I Westbound. Eastbound. I No. 1 No. 2 I Arrives. Stations. Leaves. I 11:15 a. m Mcrcur IMS p.m. I I 11:00 a. in Summit 1:65 p.m. I 110:30 a. m Manning ....2:35p.m. I 10:05a.m.... Fairfield ...,3:13p.m. I Leaves. Arrives. I ....................... I $ L. H. GRAY, J Land Attorney. I J Attend to all business before g I K United States Land Offlco, J U. S. Survoyor-Ocncral, I I & Stato Land Board, 5 I 5 State Engineer. jj I 5 Land scrip bought and sold. J I J" 300-301 D. F. Walker Bulldlnc, 5 I 5( Salt Lako Clty utah S WltRI.K..'.n,..,.,.'.,.,.t.nltKf.tl? CYRUS Q. QATRELL- Attorney & Counselor. E 41 D. F. Walker BulfcUng, Salt Lako City. $ ttttHlHtHfKttnt,.f.ttlWt'.tmKt 8 GEO. W. PARKS, ;? 5 Land Attorney, 5 5 Auerbach Building, a 5 Salt Lake City. J UBTo flit H6YiQ Mr. A. M. Marshal, Pre l toath Mla Btieat. BaU Uk CM MaaHjr ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

EDITORIALS. J M UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. H Tho catalogue of the I'nhcrsltj of H Utah, which glcs the plans nnd B cntiBi'R of work (or tlio approaching school oar, ahowB a very promising H Btnto of nffnlrs to exist In Utah'H j highest Institution of learning. The H list of Instructors ctucrs thirteen H pages and Includes nearly one him- H drcd names Descriptions of tho vn- H rlous subjects of Instruction cover about seventy-five pages, many more H thnn ever before The list of stu- H dents, 23 pages long, shows an en- H rollmcnt for Inst enr of US I On H every ono of the total 181 pages thero H are slgnB of real growth and rent H merit. M UndcV tho general name, the Unl- ' versify of Utah, nro Included thrco H soparato Btnto schools the College of M Arts nud Sciences, the School of BH Mines, nnd tho Normal School In H many states those schools nro main- H talned separately In different cities 1 and under dlfforent boards of con- m trol. Fortunately for Utuh, these WM schools nro together W...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

Eg For ol Nice Room in a First-class Hotel f:3 $ io to the Jjfj IS New Southern Hotel. U . 1Iot ana coll running water and steam heat, oloctrlo lights and 55 boll service In ovory room. Rooms under direct chargo of Mrs. Cand- v! 5S land. Hotel centrally located at 7 Kg NO 144 WE8T FIR8T SOUTH STREET, 8ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH BS P. H. CANOLAND. JS is 3 I salt lake: citv "gPONT MISS THE LARGE UTo5 MODILE final runs to all points of Interests 2 with a good guide. Fare U.00, at 'Seeing Salt Lake" Car and Autos.,g g 40 E 2nd So. 5 WWDWIt - yr , BTUftOPCAfl HOTKU 'T X- ' go ZAka Otty. Locate to th heart of tto any. Rata rUaaonabt. Ucat, airy, clean rooms. rintOui ta Try roapaet. BUan heat, HUotrla Uafot. CRAGER WIRE AND IRON WORKS, Manufacturers of Iron fences, Dank, Offlco and Coun ter Mailings, Flower 8tands, Etc. All . kinds of fancy wlro and Iron work. Wo do Electro Plating In Nickel and Copper In all tho Latest Finishes. Wrlto for Prices. B27-29-31 Stato SL .... Salt Lake City IMAXFIELD ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

gagM 1 H, H CRR0R3 ABOUT THE WHITE H HOUSE. H T tho Editor: H I noticed somowhero recently I Hj would not say positively that It was In M your columns an artlclo on the White m IIouso which contained several mis- H statements. M In tho first place It was stated the M Wlilto IIouso was first occupied In M 1809 and that Its first occupant was M President Madison. Tho fact Is, Its H first occupant was President Adams, H who took up his residence there In H The original mauslon was begun In M 1702. In 1814 It was burned by the B Urltlsh nnd rebuilt In 1818. H Another of tho errors In tho artlclo H referred to was the statement that H roady-preparcd paint Is used on tho H Whlto House to make It beautifully B I noticed this especially because I H havo used considerable paint myself B nnd wondered that "canned" paint should be used on such an Important building when nil painters know that H puro white lead and linseed ojl make H tho b.ist paint. H It ho happened nlso that I know H wlilto l...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

BACKACHE 18 KIDNEYACHE. Get at the Cause Cur the Kidneys. Don't neglect backache. It warns you of trouble in the kidneys. Avert mf the danger by cur- TM lng tho Mdnoys with K ft Doan's Kidney Pills. KSfth J- A. Haywood, a HIHH WH known resident jHI of Lufkln, Tex., VKM sa: "I wrenched &3iML mV back working In MB n sawmill, was laid gB up six weeks, and a- from that tlmo had pain In my back whenovor I stooped or lifted. Tho urlno waa badly disordered and for a long tlmo I had attacks of gravel. After I began using Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho gravel passed out, and my back got we.I. I haven't had back acho or bladder troublo since." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents n box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Llfo Is never a burden to tho wom an who carries her ago well. Economy Is tlio road to wealth. PUTNAM FADELESS DYE Is Ins road to economy. ' The man who plays tho favorite doesn't always win by a long shot. Mr. Tf Inelow'e Roothlnff Rjrun. Tor children teeibtor , tot lent tbe rumi , re...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 5 September 1906

BF bI C EDITORIALS. jj u , , , IP H i ' This paper Is on flto at tho American BBJ ' Mining Congress, Dearer, Colorado. H ' REPUBLICAN 8TATE COMMITTEE. BBl H County. Namo. Address. BBl ' llrnvcr, William Hurst, Heaver City. BBl II. Kliler, II. H. Jones, llrlghnm City. BBJ ; Cache, II. Ilullon, Jr., Logon. BBJ t Carbon, J. II. Harrison, Prico. BBJ , ' Uavls, J. M. Socrlst, Farmlngtnn BBJ Emery, George Miller, Castlo Dale. BBJ Garfield, Thomas Sovy, Paugultch. BBJ Grand, John 13. Paco, Itlchardson. BBJ Iron, Alfred Froyd, Cedar City, BBJ Juab, J. A. Htdo, Nophl. BBJ ICane, It. S. Cutler, Kanab. BBJ Millard, Mlah Dny, Fllltnoro. BBJ Morgan, Moroni Hclncr, Morgan, BBJ Pluto, Charles Morrill. Junction. BBJ Itlch, W. K. Walton, Illch. BBJ 8. Lako II. P. Myton, gait Lnke City. BBJ 8anpoto, L. II. Itlchardson, Mantl. BBJ Sevier, J. II. Erlekson,, Richfield. BBJ Summit, M. J. Dalley, Park City. BBJ Tooclo, L. h. Baker, Tooolo, BBJ Utah, Kph. Homer, Provo. BBJ Uintah. II. 8. Collott, Vernal. B...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

jfl r The Mercur Miner. I V Vol.X. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, October 3, 1906. No. 36 H : ?Y THE MERCUR MINER. it - Published Kvcry Wednesday. . ' GRAY & JAKEMAN, Publishers. 1fY( . Ofllce of Publication ,rA , Next iloor to Postotrice, Meicur, Utah. L""4n ' . ' Tn'8 I'oi't-'r Is entered ns second-class S ., matter at tho post ofllco nt Mercur, ';,, Subscription: t' One year, $1.00; six montha, 7G cts; 1 ,( , llireo mouths. BO cts. ILW '. T,' aoovo prices nro cash tn advance '-, and do not apply to subscription ,' w. duo prior to July 14, 190C. ''-'W' JA3. T. JAKEMAN, f ', t Managing Editor. 5 V ' c7rnVEHS..7".LOCAIi MANAOlifl 1 '' METAL MARKET. U , .'i ' Monday, 24: Silver, C8 1-2 cents; lead, $7.75; copper, IS 1-4 cents. - ,4 Tuesday. St: Silver, C8 3-8 cents; o i luead, J7.7&; copper, 18 G-8 cents. -' w Wudnostlny, 23: Silver. C8 3-8 cents, ' ', , lead, ?G.7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. ' ' ' Thursday, 27 Silver, C7 3-4 cents; ' ' lead, $G,7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. h- , - Friday,...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

I 1 Mistress Rosemary Allyn H Py M1LL1CENT E. MANN H Copyright. 10O4. by I.UCASLJNUOI.N CO. H CHAPTER XXIII-ContlnufO. H "Open or shut It matters nut to H me," sho returned curtly. "Vou Vnow H that I would not leave her alonn In j your hands. All this fuss, too, ever H an old bit of paper, that you know H 'well enough waB never a lovo letter H written to her." H "How do you know, MadamoT" he H questioned eagerly. H "Know? Who better?" she nlfl H "Since I have It." B "YouT" ho cried. "Yes, I," sho replied, amused at Ms 1 vehemence H The missing paper was discovered. H 1 started, and In ray agitation H grasped tho curtain, which movctf and H gnvo out a sound that had they not B been to engrossed In defying each H other thoy must have beard. H She unpinned the paper, bidden un- M dcr a lapel on her bosom. H "(live It to mo," ho commanded In a H still volco. H "To you why?" sho Inquired. H "I havo a right to any clandestine H lotters of my daughter's," bo replied, H evasively. H "Clando...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

M. WHITLOCK, B 1 Dealer In g BHAnNH88 AND HOR8E FUR-8 5 NI3HINQS. Maryava!e UUn SALT LAKE &. MERCUR RAIROAD CO. TIME TADLE. Effective December 10, 1905. "Westbound. EaatbounrL .No.l No. 2 Arrives. Stations. Leaves. 11:15 a. m Mcrcur 1:45 p.m. 11:00a. m Summit 1:55 p.m. 10:30 a. m Manning ....2:35p.m. 10:05a.m.... Falrflcld ....3:13p.m. Leaves. Arrives. $ L. H. GRAY, 5 Land Attorney. jj Attend to all business bofore 'x K United States Land Offlco, S 5 U. S. Surveyor-General, X Stato Land Doard, S X Stato Engineer. X Land scrip bought and sold, S 300-301 D. F. Walker Building, Jj Salt Lake City. Utah. $ CitnnnttKKH,.ii..t.mHtmi'. OYRUB a QATRELL Attorney A Counselor. I 41 D. F. Walker BulMIng, Bait Lako City. KKK...".. K".K..KyMW.y.KK Sf GEO. W. PARKS, J at i 2 Land Attorney, Jj X x Auerbach Building, x S Salt Lake Clty. LAl)TONVHOTH5y Mr. A. M. Marshal, Pre f Bonth Mala Otteet. Salt L6k Cto HUy tarnished: Room by th Dan Woek or Month. Rates, E0 cants to $1.E0 par day, Special rat...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

F EDITORIALS. 1j H ' This paper li on Mo nt tho American H ' Mining Congress, Denver, Colorado. H REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. H Repreientatlve to Congress: M Hon. JoBcph Howell of Cache County. Hj Supreme Judge: H Judge J. E. Frlck of Salt l.nke. GUILTLE88 AND FEARLE88. H In Salt Lake, and n few contiguous counties, tho polltlcnl situation Is H clouded by tho presence of n third H party which has taken to Itself the H i nnmo of the American party. B ' In Its ranks nro to be found some H of the best men In tho commonwealth H of Utah, Many of them are earnest H and slncoro, and lmvo at heart tho 1 best Interests of tho stato, They nro 1 fighting for whnt they think Is a prin- H clpal, and ns citizens havo tho right H to follow their convictions. We think H they nro mistaken In their methods, H and that If there Is any thing to mako 1 right, It had best bo accomplished by M earnest work within the rnnks of tho 1 nepubllcan party, the party which was brought Into existence nearly a half H ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

Jt y EDITORIAL NOTE8. , Slnndrn should not forgot that "hell with only "1" 111 bo Just ns hot Not much fun for Cuban revolution IbIb with the lllg Ilrothor standing by. t President Pnlroa scorns to think ho 1 ran rntch that Cuban Insurrection In "I n crabnet. Doesn't poom to pay very well to put olio's trust In the Trust Companies of Philadelphia. This dispensary system Itself Is said lo bo tottering In South Carolina, in--stead of producing tho totters In oth ers. The. Marquis of Townsend brought only $135,000 In tho marriage market and the llrltlsh are Investigating his panlty. After discovering what was under tho lid In Illinois Mr. llrynn ought to 1ms careful how he goes round lifting the others, For tho next few weeks, the snap shot nrtlst will consider It his duty to wnsto photograph plates on Col. Hryan at every opportunity. Tho ihisslnn terrorists have about completed tho Job of convincing the world that any old form of govern ment is good enough for them. After tho figuring...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

I PENN'S MISTAKE H By F. FITZGERALD. r H ' Mrs. Uofley stood in the kltthon or H the "Bush Hotol" and fried eggs, and H Mr. aoSojr, sitting nt a table near the B Window, peeled potatoes. H Then Mrs. Qattuj pulled clothes- K fcofca nearer tbo lire; on It was i neat H tweed skirt, a Jacket of the same ma- m terlal, gaiters, a sailor hat, nn-1 a pair U of walking shoes, a small size inJ well H made. H , "Are thn gent's th.ngs dry?"'nqulred M hlr. GotTay meekly, as lie slowly and ' taro fully removed tho o)cs from a po- H rtato. B Mrs. Coffey sniffed and repeated tho M Question satirically. "An' why wouldn't B thoy bo dry? Ho got here d'reckly M Wtcr dinner, didn't ho? An ho ?iv no , (hlo clo'cs, didn't hs? An' I nad 'cm M afore the flro all tho afternoon, hadn't fl U7 An' you seen me take 'em to htl H door, didn't jou?" emphasizing each B question by her vigorous actions round B the fireplace. HBl Mr. Ooriey slowly put tiio potatoes B llnto n saucepan, and his wlfa began HBl jralloctln...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

I SUNLESS WINDOW. I PLANTS THAT WILL THRIVE WELL IN THE SHADE. The White Petunia It a Good Winter Home Plant That Will Bloom Profuiely All Palmi Grow n Shade. The common whlto petunia makes a really charming plant for use In a shaded window. It 1b of the easiest culture. For winter blooming It should be planted In the early fall. Olvo It modorately rich soil, Just enough wa ter to keep the eoll moist, and a weekly bath to keep Its foliage clean, and It will bloom profusely. When tho branches seem to havo exhausted themselves by tho constant production of flowers cut them back to within a foot of tho pot. In a short tlmo new branches will be sent forth, and they will bear flowers of as flno size and as great profusion as a young plant would bo likely to give. No plant can be removod more easily or with better results. The fuchsia Is one of tho most sat lufactory plants for n sunless window. If It Is kept from blooming In the summer It will begin to bloom as soon as brought Into tho h...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 3 October 1906

H ! I ' H i I ' HORRIBLE TORTURE INFLATED ON BOY. H BRUTAL TREATMENT OF NEQRO H TO OBTAIN CONFrSSION. M CHOKED TILL EYES BULGE l H Texas Officers Perform Outrageous H Acts In Their Anxiety to Make H Him Admit Murder Finally H Rescued by Rangers. H Fort Worth, Tex Toi tines a, dla- H bollenl as religious fanatics over vln H Ited upon a heretic having failed to H make Monk Gibson a nogio Iiuj H confess tho slaughter of Mrs J !' Hi Condltt and her four children Inst H September, tho crime linn been laid H now upon Felix I'owell. unnthur and H older negro Only Gibson s survival H of tho tortures inflicted iion him led H to tho discovery of what tho anthotl The Negro Was Bound to the Floor Hj Lathed. H ties bellovo Is positive ovldcnce of tho H " other negro's guilt. H Monk aibsoii worked for Condltt, H and when tho family was murdcicd ho H rushed breathlessly to tho houso of a B j wblto neighbor and said ho had scon a negro chasing Mrs. Condltt about tho yard. When neighbors reached H t...

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