Crofutt, Geo. A. Crofutt's New Overland Tourist and Pacific Coast Guide (Vol. 2. 1879-80); Containing a condensed and authentic description of over One Thousand Two Hundred Cities, Towns, Villages, Stations, Government Fort and Camps, Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, Sulphur, Soda and Hot Springs, Scenery, Watering Places, and Summer Resorts; Where to look for and hung the Buffalo, Antelope, Deer and other game; Trout Fishing, etc., etc. In fact, to tell you what is worth seeing - where to see it - where to go - how to go - and whom to stop with while passing over the Union, Central and Southern Pacific Railroads, Their Branches and Connections, by Rail, Water and Stage, from Sunrise to Sunset, and Part the way Back; Through Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, California and Arizona. Chicago, Illinois: The Overland Publishing Company, 1879. First Edition. 
Olive publisher's cloth, gilt titles to spine, front bordered and titled in black, rear bordered in blind, 5 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches, slight wear at the spine ends & corner tips. Advertisement end papers, faint blue stamp of E. S. Denison of the Central Pacific Railraod to ffep, 272 (1) clean pp., tight. Many illustrations & maps in the text plus 18 folding plates on blue paper. The rear advert end papers have what appears to be paste stains. Very good. Hardcover.
See Howes C901 for a smaller, earlier edition entitled "Great trans-continental railroad guide...from the Atlantic to the Pacific." (1869).
Flake 2593 (Mormon content). Volume 2, but complete for the years 1879-80, an updated volume from the first one.
The author's elaborate title page is an accurate statement of the contents. Vivid descriptions of scenes and towns, instructions for travel, railroad time-tables, engravings of spectacular scenery, &c.