lit ril)M ABCII T THK I'TAll M L K U MINKS A.ltUK It K O. Mr. II. S Wiliiauit, nf Cordova, 111., a.-Ls tho f'.llowinir qii.o-tioin : Ar.- tliA !..wii.it r-. Tt ol the tuim-j in I I. ill ir.-ii. -i-aliy trn-i .' II .w t'.ul I a ,.T,"n p.-t t1 .T'i after l.'u'. t i : i; Ho! I in. ,ii I'li' .ii'-, and what !li"ll should he i-.-t ,,f t V lit H lll.l li,,-st tar,! ? I- In ii, Inli ,nc,.- i nt the minus .' Ml. .11 ,1 pr.'-l'i'illlii; l'a.l, C'.lllJ a p.T- s.iii lii va u eliiiiioo to (ret employment '.' 1 li..-n i'ti.-tiuin are pertinent, and many ol s.iniur import may le an-sw.ti-I ill anv, rin,' them. We do tins ill the order in which they are I"". I trst. The L tali silver mines are a reality, but people in Salt Like are u'oiiix era.y about them. Va-t and noli .-ilver 1. are in the Wa-ateh moiintaiiis, and, in 0ur opinion, there will le laioer averae yields from lhe?e ores than has been realized from other silver ores, mainly because, being solier ores, they are more cheaply and readily reduced. Prospectors will do in that country as tlu v have done in others. Capitalists will make the m..ney, as a rule, aud speculators will do hki wis", not as a rule. iVcom'i. Passengers, get oft' at O-idon, an I take the Utah Central to S ill I. ike City the fare down beinir 'hi. The fare to Ogden is $77; eui'rant rate less, we believe $j0. J'lu'r,). Living in Salt Jjke is neai ly or quite as cheap as it is in Omaha, or was a mouth ago. This will depend on the intlui on demand and supply. People live in camps in the mines, oI'couim', and the cost depends de-pends on the prices of articles consumed con-sumed in Salt Lake, which is commercial commer-cial head quarters, near the mines. The great Emilia Mine is in sight of the town. F-nirtlJy. The question of getting employment is the main one, and we must an-wer it cautiously. There is a urea! deal of Mormon labor iu Utah. To this home supply large amounts will be added by the great iutlux now going in there. Oar idea is that within ninety days the supply will exceed ex-ceed the demand. We do not, because be-cause we cannot, say that this will be so. Our visit to Salt Lake, and care-tul care-tul observation, leads us to this conclusion. con-clusion. e only add .1 word oil the l"tah silver mines. Piich as these mines really are. it is our opinion that on the great whole it will continue to cost a dollar to dig a dollar of native silver ore from even the rich lodes of the Wasatch range. Omah-.i Herald.