Jf It t . A WEIK Of ACCIDtNTS. " PEBfcONAL. and After being tolled dow n by one ol , returned! ft. e and danghtar J. by tnder, toncluded tbol soars! Oeear la Cultllu U4 Irialir to their Knight home in Balt Lake yesterday. funer spirit and of la KapU Mi not lod the ooalvu-le- , Friday. auu. a. im. feet ion for so be loaded Ui hit Dame) Dingley was in town yesterday Wednesday niorning.aboot JO oylo. k purj, led id on onward. the way to his sheep Lord up Chalk J vhk-hj occurred TAAtAS. proeee a runaway menagetlo attended 444V Al 40 OtrAtnn Qf of Jnlv committee iih more pv lee serious ei,.Huence trie. The twenty-fourt- h anniva a0 esranv mow coaiviu I. H Bails wagon had loaded George Beard will go out' Monday for meeting lout week and after iav1 6 p m. held Mo. m to Port City I left of a with aes had mut all a bill off $32 jbeer couple of weeks recreation. He will empty bottles The ing o. 1A 10 Itcho A wae full denddlo wblt'lt piled the committee rooo up wagon see as go high them. up near the head of the Weber. HO. with ituti as ISO. at deposit in the Co-osuhiect to the Joeph Bali, a sou of J. J.. was dnv mg, Mo.t.Weet E. M. Alhsou, Jr , arrived from . Mr. . HAS m. orderofW. ii Smith nd W. It. Irmli, nd in Mo. 1, Mt the ditch-s- he case slid f gdeH-AWlcrossing Vratte yeoWsdsy , and Mo. , tut JSp to put s Damp in toe Ctiy Iark nrx sc- - forward landing on the horses and alro will visit for a week or two in tki city. ..ioss- Mo. t tut son. This we consider a very wise pitching Joseph on to their heeds This Mrs. Judge King of Prootame out to' OitktrliMl CerroepewdenU nad Aes devclsion, for stub an improvement in frightened the animals, although thev Coalville yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. tor Th Tlates. the City Iark is badly i ceded, and ail are a very gentle team, and thev started W V. fluff lor a visit of several davs Mrs CeWstlA Pork Mamas e oi, N. It Bus op add much to the Comfort of the t up Mam street at a lively rate, the With frtends here. UstW) o P Lyon all of citizens to stop them wemed efforts toa pnblicoecacion. Henry toaauui Bosk port Miss May Pack of Kainas W Yoon to frighten them more Joseph only .tleurys of and com A ladies WaBMilp psmy gentismen I bar les . Moylsrlllo friend Miss Know her by on Ball nntil oalvill he ( lork found could of ( hung Jotia fifteen . he about in namtier, Pptoa .. . A Prfnm Balt were Lake o Irk visiting friends in W llli.in Mtrwer people and their vtsitwes, went uit balk not stop them, and then jumped, lie - Hsaetrr . a last and Mail a Coalville received Friday baturday. a severe w WaaaUk jwwi quite bruise on the Creek Tuesday equipped itb eeivlhii g James Durraat, tfcarlee Wtltk Moreen about hen e Mrs. W. I and W. Mr. fot. Cioff.Br H. , W. W A cesoh life will make Addy outdoor that the Bed Canyon, Wye opposite People's and en joyeble. They are prepare I te Mercantile Company store, the tesm Cluff. Jr., and Flora Cluff returned from turned to the left John Free! was hold- - Provo yesterday where they have been r anv- slaughter fish, game, outlaw, COALVILLE MARKETS. took else. ing a horse in front of Bevden plenty However, they drug for the past ten days. They breugbt thing batk wilt) them a variety of choice ef provision along, in tase the I ah slid store and attempted to catch the horse their in and fruits. lie lie wa to flight, refused bv one k struc raugbl game Dr. b. Hughes came out from Balt slaughtered. They ere expec ted to re- of the horses, knocked, down and two turn tomorrow night, and have no wheel ptsaed over him. Lake Baturday last for a short vacation Fer a time it wa thought he had been in the uiouutains hereabouts doubt had a most delightful tune Mr. and I bnvcle are killed, and many ruhed to take him Mrs. Hughes are members of tLe comThese bladder w went np Chalk creek diabolical device i fSfo lemon of dark out of the ditch where he had been pany which nes. Thev are contrivance to trip the thrown. Ir, Chamber was tailed to Tuesday. the assistance of the injured man, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hopkins returned unwary and skjn the niter of the innocent. They are full of guile ind de- he was taken to the dm tors oftne On KriJ.iy Iroiu a ceveial days outing to ceit. When you think you have broken examination it wa found that the tibia Hot lotts, Iark Otysnd other places. one to ride ami have subdued its wild j l, fibula leones of the right leg weie Thev made most of tbejourney on their and Satanic nature, behold, it Inn keth j fractured about twe inches above the wheels, and report having had an exankle and the fibula bone of the left cellent time. you off in the road amt teareth a great roken near the knee joint The hole in your pants Look not upon the James Morby came back from the were set and the Gaiture w neels, j htcyele when it blowreth upon it patient ts Bear Lake country Saturday, where he for at lat it but keth like a bronco ami getting along mteiy. He received some tias been doing development work on The City Cmim il meet Monday, hurteth you like thunder' Who hath other bruises, w bn h, however, were not seme mining property. He brought Who hath r pped of a sc rious nature. The Rev. Bert Foster a ill vwU Echo skinned legs? back ome good specimens of ore, and Who hath blood v noses on Tuesday neat in the interest of the breeches the outlook for this section is flatteriBjaro by Ball A. O. V. W., and will lecture in ll'tpkm Those who dally long wth a diabolical Early yesterday morning a large ing. llall eitlier ltieaday or Wednesday even- - nrycle. Ex. Holstein bull belonging to Mr Hobson The Life of the flesh is the blood n " Dr. J.J. Chambers office is located broke down the fence and entered the thereof, pure blood means healthy s door house. of fiom south Jaikson one Coalville The kfeat yeiorts functional activity and this bears with field of John Williams on II. grain call block east at residence one Night it the certainty ofqmck restoration from lleb arwto the effect that the Indian of 26 tf upper 51am street. From the Tims Owes. grain sickness or accident. Dr. J. H. Mchave left Jar kaona Hole, and are befield the bull, with ether stock, made Lean's Strengthening Cordis I and Blood lieved to be inaaeing The eetllere all fled Death ef J. W Clair. Purifier gives pure rich blood, and their to the havatack. Mr. way hen Tribune: Joeiah W. Cluff, president to Soda Bprlnga. Trouble ia expected. Williams arose, about 6 he vitalize and strengthens the whole body. $1.00 per bottle, Mr. Y, W. Cluff being visiting In of the Provo City Council, and one of discovered the cattle at bisoclock, haystack Provo, aVid Mira May Cluff out with the the prominent citixetia of Utah county, and went out for the Mollioo Bass. purpose of driving party, Miaa Lillian haa died Baturday at Provo, at 11 52 a. m., them away. The bull referred to imramping Mollie had a little ram as black as a a after illness of lingering eighteen ae timed the management of Aha Coal-- , month. He wa born at Parowan, Iron mediately turned on him and made a rubber shoe, and everywhere that Mellie ville llonae for the time being, charge, striking Mr. Williams ia the went he emigrated, too. Andrew 1ugmire wa tinging and county, Utah, September 10, 1857, and chest and pinsing him He followed her to church one day, against a cedar David Sarah eon waa of the and Cluff acdancing double notion jig The ball then folks hilarious grew, to see him walk him hard the post. pushed In 1850, hia parent Ann companiment being furniahed by tao moved Fleming. the un him into Deacon Dobsons pew. against ground, rendering demurely to Provo, where deceased grew bright little girl bablea who mad their to and then walked away. deacon quickly let his The conscious, worthy aince has resided. and manhood, appearance thia morning. The mother When Mr. conWilliams recovered and gave it an unrise, angry passion Id 1870 he married Agaea Ann Farrer and twin are progressing finely. sciousness he made to his between christian kiik the end brown the Louse, way whom with he had seven children, only acute pain. Dr Chamber wa eye. George M. Cannon wat elected chair- three of whom survive suffering with the , him, man of tb Republican Territorial com- widowed This landed rammy in the aisle; the summoned, and with the writer went to mother. mittee in Balt Lake Monday, toaurceed see the ia jured man. On examination deacow followed fast, and mined hi foot 1 deceased w .very popularjoang Charlea Crane, resigned. The con- tnan ef and waa elected to the the Doctor found that three nb had agntn ; ala! that first kirk wa hi last. Provo, vention for the nomination of state been fractured ,hy the enraged bull. For Mr, Bheep walked slowly back, Republican City Council In 1893, from officers will be held at Balt Iake on the First ward, then believed to be The injuries were attended to, and the about a rod, 'ti said, and ere the deais how resting easy, although it con could retreat, it stood him on hi August 20th. hopelessly Democratic. He took sick patient Ira Eldrcdge drove to Echo Tuesday shortly after hit election, with an en- will be some days before he can get head. The congregation then arose and went and bitched hi horse while lie went in largement of the spleen, and suffered about again. Thia actident should be warning to for that ere sheep. Several well dito dinner. When a train whistle blew, greatly until death relieved him. He the horse became frightened, broke loose wa calm until the last, and last Tues- people owning bulls and allowing them rected butts just piled them in a heap. Then rushed they straightway for tte and rsn away, Duriug hi flight he day became reconciled to die. lleeven to run loose. There is no animal so jnmpeJ a fence and hung the buggy up made Inal arrangements for hislunersl. dangerous as a bull, and none capable door with curses long and loud, while on it, slightly broken up. Deceaed waa a nephew of W. W. Cluff of doing so much damage when enraged. rammy strnck the hindmost man and A party of Coalville ladies numbering of this city, who went down to Provo to If they are not looked after, it will be no shot him through the crowd The minister had often heard that urpriae to hear of some child or children about eight went up to Uudmans grove attend the funeral, which took place this morning prepared te csrnp out Monday-fro- m the Tabernacle, at 2. being gored to death at some time or kindness would subdue the fiercest other. And if bulls are allowed, to run beast. for a week or two. They were amply P. ID. Ahfhesars, "Ill try that should be killed on the firat game en you. loose, they for all the comforts with out provided The quality of the blood depend much And to he kindly, gently called , attempt at violence. door life, taking plenty of supplies along. upon good c bad digestion and assimila"Come, rammy, rammy, ram , to see be no doubt will Their outing .wethe blood rich in life and highly tion. BUU Aaother. folks abuse yea so, I grieved and the u Dr. use and J. constituents, k.ving greatly enjoyed. appreciated Dr. Chambers was called to Henefer yt am. Strengthening Cordial and Notwithstanding the rain and the for Wtood Purifier; it will nourish the pro- Wednesday night to attend William orry With kind and gentle words he came that a horse or two was hitched on the perties of the blood from which the Bennett, Jr . who had been hurt bv fallfrom that tall pulpit down, saying, of elemente are drawn. $1.00 ing from a horse vitality ground devoted to the fascinating game The Doctor found his rammy, rammy, rammy, ram best of horse shoe pitching, the followers of per bottle, left arm broken just above the wrist, in the town. sheepy Mwtmui Iatti. ' this sport never missed a pit'll, hut and his back injured It seems the unThe ram quite dropped his humble we In our last the issue threw the shoesover the horses' bat ks published fortunate young naa was returning and rose from off bis feet, and when It wa noticed that several of the players letter which passed Itetweer. Selectman from work, and wrs sitting carelessly air, the pauson lit he was beneath the hinddid much letter playing when they were Iott and his deputy road supervisors, on hi horse. He struck the animal most seat. hi of and the lact unable to see the peg resignation being with his hand , it to spring sudAnd as he ) ot out of t tie door, aud and accepted denly, and 'ausing from under its The Wasatch Wave cf last week railed for, received jump closed" it w ith a slam, he nai ied a Calibv thejcounty court m consequence. At rider He wa rendered unconscious copied without credit, word lor word fornia town I think twas Y uba Dam' the birth notice Tits Tiers wrote upon the tim of publishing them, w had re- for a time, hut is getting alonjf alright at ' Ex. the arrival of Morgan Moores boy only ceived information to the effect that this writing. Mr. C. G. Strong, principal of the It changed the name of the happy Mr. Potts had also attempted to borrow On Mar schools at Anderson, CaL, says. on of the hi public but office, money strength parent tonne that suited their location I have used Chamberlains Pain Balm The little from refrained about two a those J girl, facts, ears, aged publishing Bro. Thats right, Wave, the more you thev were only ra mors, and Tits Time ot Mr and Mrs John P. Bmith, while and have found it an excellent remedy copy from Tiic Tiers the newsier your desired to give Mr. Pott the benefit of plaving on a wagon Tuesday, ahpped for lameness and slight wounds. paper will be. Never mind the credit, Lameness usually results from a sprain, and fell, spiking on her face, and cut for a birth noth is a small matter to the doubt. other injury, or from rheumatism, for or a Bhe our we last Binre have under however lip. ting long gash in her issue, kiik about, anyway. heard again reported that aueh was the waa taken to Dr. Hoamer , who found it which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is esT. F. OMalley with his own company case, and although the information neteeeary to take three stitchea In order pecially intended and nneaquaUed, It gave a performance in 11 u lf' hall to a cornea pretty straight, we give them at to property dress the wound. The affords almost immediate relief and m small honse last evening. The Mother-in-lashort time effects a permanent cure. rumor and if they are incorrect Mr. little one is now gvtcing along nicely. a and One Touch of Nature sale by John Bovden and Bon. For la welcome Th to Potta Tnsta spare in were the plays presented. The perOne night when Mr. Isaac Reece waa refute them. to Location notice for ale at Tux Timi formance, a a w hole, gave satisfaction, It ia reported to ue that Mr. Petta stopping with me, saya M. F, Hatch, a office the players being above the average. endeavored to borrow $1000 from Mrs. prominent merenant of Quartermaster; From here the company went to Kama, 1 Bhort form w arranty deeds and otheT of Kama, stating that the county Washington, hesrd him groaning. On Hoyt where they play to night, when they f r -- ale at tin offiie. to his him 1ealblnik room I found suffering going needed it, and be would sign a note for will go to He her and perform on Bator-da- y from waa in rramp cohcH uh the amount at selectman fer Summit I feared he would die. I hastily night. Awarded county. It it alleged that the money agonv dose Honor The committee on the Wasalth mine was wealed to do countv work-i- n Chamberlain Colic, Worida Fair. gave tflfbeat pf imj he excursion, tune our last issue, have eerrthernend of th county. Mr. Hoyt, Cholera and Iharthiea Remedy, He changed the date to August 23rd, instead ttiisaid conebtvi to lead him the was eoonjelvrved and the first words he uttered woe what wa the stuff you of August 22tid, s published. The money, provided he would get the n formed him. A few iscomicrocedof committee Win. farm ley, rgnature t( the oilier two selectmen gave me" we w e talking-aboudaveaci hi at chairman, Joliu"dmec Wm. Ball. John to the not. luchro course, pit an without nvve Callis, caniuel I'Uit and m.RufT, an I end to the tr utiu u'ou and the viral was tad mid i. iti herein iv i v Ihave used it in my those wishing lo w' lend should notify dropped. f 1iuiv r -- void years. I know its one of this oin nlttce on or before Mr. Pottwas confronted with lhi 1Mb The n ttnd trip rate is rumor, hm dti.nd that be sought n "'i'll u,l il0t hesitate to recoin August ml it $1 horiemls and customers bring the u mty into the miner, ant in' ior-t- ii Bovden and vm. in m w tlh bio k p irp, . w hit dog claimed that st was a pin ate and i personal transaction. and a spot ed vonute with a family I it of Lett in town WeJi edav, for tiu purioofS . i c Beni Th h delt'ate mulled for at h? Postcan , , niot a covMtu.njn ' 4felv weie o.t gVHg a rh-'Dr- - J. H. McLean- - lar kVtno itcj oil'll ng on Aug. 2, DIG At.u.lo ai.tiuors, audio opt nt-- i j. th. t, w bv Lung Balm, tt is a sure iemdy fur W hen ji i i ! g t of the-- e, Icters, ! bwany of xelv eonglis, all Nn around the hot. didn't throat and voice, and MOST PERFECT MADE. . !ea-- e - iv ahertisedr die"tvcs. Mr I jfaii bi- -t enough tn jmt him, and he j lng , W wmiams 4 A pure Grxp Oeim of Tartar Posv Jer. Free s Mn Tl waxed W nth. He vt .uT hove p in Jam? Fora Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, Dr. Price CrcarnTjakln Powder tmm lntt htt. th his dogs by a dog gulled sight, by gosh, j AwokHS void MvU! Kutvimor FHr, a Frtacuco. M X 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. t. Ji, I COALVILLE TIMES. ComI-wil- CLEARANCE ON .. s a . ...... ' SALE Mens and Youths- - Olotliio. We shall close out this line of Goods and tbatat Greatly Re duced Prices. The Goods Must Go! We will positively sell Clothing at from per cent 20 to 30 lower than ever offered before in Coalville. Childrens Clothing. Boys knee pants, good Yalne, only 50 cts. Boys suits from $1.75, up. suits- two Boys combination pair pants and cap to match, $3.75. up. - to-da- y, 1 fc LL Sheeting, 5 cents per yard. 6 qt. Milk Pans, 10c. or 3 for 25c. Our Grocery Stock is Complete! ALMA ELDREDGE, Manager. The Coalville 'a f rf . riMB $2 per Year. 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