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- Co al,vi L,L.t3 Times JiaCEft Jtrt&Y fmiDiT, TtMtS PUBLISHES F. M. Pnwao Ttrmt tv Tut COMPBif. t Xwro of Bubortpioa Tiit tpaea it rarttUta Thu tptca tha Dtmoeratic party . Mao t fboa; la tha HtpakHeaa party REPUBLICAN TICKET. TICKET. DEMOCRATIC it rantad Summit Co., For Delegate to Congress mYm t ..4..', For Delegate to tongreii. FRANK J. CANNON. Homo JiteErHL.KAWLI.NK. Com u i i ion er ForUoUiunnioner biLoeat Ufiiyvr.itv For University JAMES MEULE. Cache. Land. T, ! CtaMUt. Vttt. Hat f tut County. J, 0. ROBIN SUN, Salt Uke. THOM ASltiBII FfN. fa-bHttttr. TIM, u Ini'T C C. U. LYMAN, Iron. ISRAEL F'VANK, Utah County. Co. UREAS DETER Sanpete lo Constitutional Coaventiou OOILYIUX. FRIDAY. OCT. 1W. ALMA ELDREDGE, Cualvill. tutulltutwnal ie legate D. MURDOCK, Fark City. J. E. Ka., Kn.a. W. 1ACK, one of sold tie jace Tm Tims ha ft. C. CH AMftEKK. iark Oily, KKAR.NK, Park City. TlloM ' W. W. CI.lFF, Ka., Coalville. column aek to the Democratic end DAVID KEITH, IWrk City:" V ATU1CK F. T tLI)N, Dark City ot Summit hi e Heart Disease 30 YrsI -- BoyeMiehh'Hrttee lot the ditrunaioD of their polti Si - the during l Democratic feeatjr T'eket. - ' The campaign. Aer . an paper. TntTiwta la now, and tinoe to be strictly ij.. THE TELEP110SE. will con- - - County ; i ' j to high. taken at active an In Had Cualvill ' teraat inthie Werk aa baulk itaaller would tin hay been in opera town, before thin. The expenee to Coal villa would kave been Insignificant com' paied to tk otkef town along tbkline, tia wkile the benefit would be doublet and pat, we ar uhareied to any, Cualvill exhibited the burnt in terra t end enter prie of the whole kit. It 1 to be hoped a different iplrit will he ihowu when nd that the line wilt be pringopeui, put ap without delay. A NIQHTJSCJl OOL, Too much credit cannot be given the teachers ol Coalville for the intercut tkey are taking and the good work they are eceomptiihing la the line of educa tion. Their latest uiove in thit dirre tioa is one looking te the ergauixaliou of choo) for the benefit oL-th- ri who kra employed during the day, and whoar unable ttf attend school now, Tb icbool will .commence on the 2Uth of this month, and tke teacher .utakt th following proposition: wok, for twrnty Twon!gtit a term, for "which will cenitHute wek, a U of $2.60 in advance will be required. One ef the Vuetnbrr of tke claa wilt be appointed a treasurer; who, at the end f the term, will, refund to each pupil the t mount of hiaoriginal fee, $2.60, le jr cnta (er each night abaenca, fck-dof the pupil being tb only acceptable excum for absence. After ten flights absence, a flew deposit of $2.60 will be required for retained member. It will be understood Dora tbit arrangement that the efforts and terrier f tb teacher will be gratuitously gives, Tb object in requiring a do- posit and th forfeiture of 26 Cent for -ach night's absence is to make it an object for a pupil, once a member of the ' eckoof, to attend "regularly, and hot for the purpose of making anything out of it! Thu It will W 'keen that a pnpil may get the benefit of teaching for forty sight! at bo expense hstevor. Regular attendance is tke only requirement. It te certainly a most generous Work 8 the part of tb tqachers, and - our yooag me and girta, and in (act alt w bo bava heretofore been deprived of th. " J untie WILSON, Park City. best of Hw'i 7 T1kl t Od HuBOid Doltftfi IUw for m f CftUrrb esnaot be eured bw Hjtii fff'aurrb Curt. F. J. t HEsir A CO.. T0M0, O. We tbe adniHrne4 bare'kaosa F J CheiHr ifS the last U ab4 twin Itfai prrfwtly boootaWe ia ell btmsene etd Cnan e$wliy atd to carry out any abilauua made by tar r firm. A Truat, WboSate fj. WaKtiuc. Kiauaa A Manta, tofcojceatf lrui I firmly, g;U. Ctire la talen tntemally, atHiny tbc LI. J and muck me aurfam ol AiracBy fnne 7i mMj prr Untia. tfeUi by ih an TraurwHuoU say tbt fr. Good wheat and oats" taken oa sub- scription at Ta Torts oflic st market ' Wild ' Bianks, ' Pens, Pencils, r LEY,' . FRESHjFRUITS, f v war measure and not as a permanent pence tariff; the McKinley act is the crowning atrocity of a scries of legislation designed to benefit the classes at the s prime of the masses. Under Republican tariffs tlie country has experienced its gieatert panic, mat of 1873 , passed through its greatest labor riots, those of 1877 and 1891, has witnessed LYONS, - Judge JudJ, in hia speech at Coal Villa Saturday made a good talk from a Republican standpoint. j 1 Gilberts Fall and Winter Satines. None better. Notary Pnblic and Conveyancer. JOHN are doing Summit county. They are succeediagin making Republican' voters The Democratic speaker -- la tb Oflh - IOSTOITIt the birth of trusts, tramp, and indusVoter hould not lore eight of th trials, the inerwasexof strikes, lockouts fact that the political complexion of the and overprodurtionXth disappearance constitutional convention is moat imfa magnificent mei chant marine, the portant, for upon it largely depend tbe capture by England of the market of .future of Utah, All agree that it (honld our neighbor, the payment for politic! 'be (lika the Saitair excontribution by permitting Jheeontribtt' cursion) but vofer should see to it that tor to write, the schedule of a., new th Republicans have the handling y" tariff for reimbursement in short, the of it. growth of a system, as Senator ingulf -TbeTtepuliboan rally at Coalville last aid, fFeb. 16, 80J aiufer which the wa another enthusiastic meeting rich are growing richer and the poor are bight of (lie people. Has Coalville ever before growing poorer j a system Which give to VandcrkiU the possession of wealU Witnessed such a meeting? Thomas Kearns, Judge Miner and Hon. 0. E. Albeyond the dreams of avarice and con' pouted dear th poor to a poveri y a kich had len, the (kera for the occasion, hot shot thtd ttieTanki.oT detma-racthat no refuge Jrotn starvation but the prison did effectual work. The same enthu. or the grave." To Una indictment may lain, the same spirit and the same be added the counts that th Republican ot a full sweep for the whole million of of ha acres given away party ticket thbt graces the head of this colthe public domain to railway combinaheralded from every town end is umn, in committed the 1873, tions, and, great hamlet throughout Summit county. g g and crime of demen silver. Evsry man In Utah know Every indication point to a Republican . that our boom subsided and hard time landslide. commenced in 189U, Hire rear before Tb lutpreviaf Time. Cleveland' i inauguration, and that the The Democratic argument that the Me Xltiley act wa till in fore. Notwithstanding all these facts, the present hard times ar the reault of Republican party seek s to lay it off- prolonged. Republican administration ia as transparent is' it , I 'idly. Hard spring at the door of Democracy. time ia - tbe record of the Democratic WHO? party, nnder it every admintetrrtion, Who defeated the Ute Invasion f Who secured" the 'University Land audit ia strange that such a tblnyas GranlT commercial drpreaaien and low wages VV bo w tired ill opening o(th enly "happen" wtikn they are in power. Who brought alioul the return of the Tlie record forth year 94 is argument. enough to forever bury the Democratic Church Property T . W bo secured th cancellation of the party from sight, and in 90 lids graceful $725,000 charged toour Territory th rough and necessary act will be performed by Republics legislation? bo obtained the exteaaion of five the loyal and true lover of this couirtrjr . The Iteuiocrat tell you that time ary years to make proof and payment of farmers on Deseret Laud Entries?. now improving. And why should they Who obtained Ktatehuod (or Utah? not improve. Under the abort yarof RAWLINS, J "Democratic rule times became so bad And th Democratic Party. Who enfranchised all the Momma that to grew woise aa impossible, and any change, whatever, ninst be a Jhe . People? CLEVELAND. Bl lLDl.MU, i: A OR TOURISTS 1CC0MM0DATI0H Q TRAVELER Ij AND Rates In Keeping With tbe Times." Plans and Specifications LjdtiE. Welker, - Proprietress. PEOA, Summit County, c ; -- nt d lr le Consisting of STQCS - the Latest StylesA -- ALWAYS ON HAND s s- l - I .would Respectfully Call the Attentionjof the Ladies to my New and Neat Fal! Wallrinjr HatsT7 . FullLine Ladies 'Union Uuderwsar, Hosiery t Etc o' Lumxi , Complete Stock of Millinery:4 UTFollline of "Toilet Articles, and Best Variety of Complexion Soap Ever Brought to Coalville, from 5 cents t 25 cents MAGGIE SALMON, Projk per Cake. Come See the Goods . - O jS.O - 1.50 DKaLKRS Wasatch Dept. OS. pi- - lie il PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Ci M, Co. Lump,, per ton administration, an adininisl rationffuring which th laborer received more than a( any Urn In llieTiistory of the Nati hi, and that, too, under the McKinley tariff. The Democcai Vlj yu.they are going to cheapen the price of living by throwing our market open to the world. Ttirr Is nodoubt but they will do thi,Bnt theywil do mere they will cheapen ' - - WILSON BROS. to-da- AV.frrtU We call upon the people to see to it that tho state of Utah shall.h founded Upon th broad principles of th fteniocratic art, which are the principle! ef justice and free government. fare must be exercised 'that monopolies shall not get control of tbfc pnhhc landegrauled to the stateef Utah? as. poe-ioend that as these lands be crated only to the actual settler. W declare oorselve In favor of t tie free pnldirschool yrtem, Where the children of the rich and poor alike mar partake freely of the blearing of public instruction. Thai we pledge onr hearty The American people ar not going to support to the I'jmocraUc candidates at tb coining election as an earnestness of elect another Congress which will legisoor effort to place Utah in full accord late for other countries and not for tb United State. Indfanapoli Journal, wi(h the TVmwratlf tetf of th nni-'n- . WINTER AND Complete Ll im of Always On Hand at the fine of improvement? Rut what are they compared to any period of Republican administration? What ia the condition' and what ar the y comwage ol tiie laboring man pared with only two hort"vear ago. Th laborer may rat hia salary io two. ami yet it will not meet the reduction that has been made since Harriaous labor fullv $0 perceit by compelliu the laborer tocompeto with pauper European tabor and live on straight t or maccaroni, or go out of tbe burine.-a-. What good are cheapened products if ith . which to puryou havnt a cent chase? I would rather pay thefariner $1 per bunhfcl for hi wheat and tuakc $2.60 per day, than to pay him 60ccnts and make 84 cent per day So with everything eiae. And so will every laborer in the land, and every farmer in th land reason when he fully eoder tll iitu,ioo ; w they will voice tbeir opinion and convictions hr voting fur tb party ol protection, the party of the American, and th party of the people at tbe poll next month, and at all succeeding elections the Kepqh. lican party. FALL nished on Application. Undertaking VV con-gtea- e, Have Jufct Returned Fitci a Putiliasing Trip have Have a Full and Complete Fur -- Goods Utah. Co-O- p. Fall and Winter Hats, Trimm and Ornaments, in all,, UNDERTAKER. J A Mrs. Coalville Maggie Salmon I (Contractor and builseJ - CLI3S B0YDENSX)RU5T0RE. Prescriptions Filled. HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE STl TIOHEfjr. UPTIHS - COIL VILLE. TEA: Direct From Tho Tea Cardens. Fragrant! Rich! Delicious! AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS AT THE WORLDS PAIR. CHIOACO. only when supplied in Original Canisters tight bearing growers name? Genuine -- Patent Air- UPTON, TEA PLANTER, CEYLON. - These delicious Tea 8 are used in almost every home a the Old Country. Liptona No. i" is unanimously lured to be Tbfe Finest Tea The World Can Produce. d. Sill Wholesale and Retail ""V IB. S. M BSCHIEjn. PCBBTILEliFfiR Agents, PARR CITY, UTAH. r f V ' and now Utah PEOA HOUSE fmsT Proprietor. I. L, 4 Muiemlt Cnsaty, Peea, tix-Ir- IHnoertllfl ft(Mial(aaa Eetolrtd, That the two year of official financial am! other discharge of th nubile affairs of Summit county by a Democratic toard of selectmen 1 a recent of Integrity and honor, and that we pledg the voters of Kumnnt county a coirtinuance of a like judiciout and economical administration of county affair under Itemoeratie control. ArwJirJ, That in our delegate In the Hou. Joseph 1.. Rawlins, wa reregnir hiaatile presentation f thw affair! of this territory. Ins vigilant and untiring etforta in behalf of justice and right, as entirely worthy of the endorse-steof every voter in Utah, and we pledge to him our hearty and unqualified support. Jifwhvd, That we endorse the resolutions of the territorial convention held at halt Leke City September 15, 1894. JfssohedrTbat- - wabeliev should. be restored te the pot ttlonlu occupied a nmney prior to its demnn etization by the Republican parly in 1873, and to that end we favor tb unlimited (fee coinage at the legal ratio of 18 tol, w itb equal power SHERMAN, Collections Promptly made on Coinmhirion. good work in at every place they visit. Everything First Class. fori.x J Wells Celebrated Shoes. Best in the counO try for wear. O o Golden Fleece Yarns, all colors. Best in the land. o 0 Hot and. Cold Baths. Shaving Tickets fi.io , M, D. Shop on Lower Main Street. VEGETABLES. 1AM MARSHAL. rr m 07 Fall Line Now In oO kt -- it, (Contabl SAVA , Tablets, Jos. Hartley. ' oawn. of Peace EDWARD Notq Books, Paper, Envelopes, "oa brand Republican Rally at HyU Full Stock of Confectionery, vflle (Friday). Hea. P. E. Summer Drinks, Tobaccos and runtli t'gurrt Mr. Blaine said the free trade tariff Allen and ethers wl'l address the meet Cigars, - Freshest Stock and of 1K4U. the last in our history, was Jag. Lowest Prices in Coalville., to all parties; Mr. Morrill suid (rand rally at Echo yasterday. The the tariff of 1801 was designed as a bouse was full. OSCAR F. opportunity to gain an education, should taka advantage of such a grand offer and with gold. price. City, -- c. II. kiMiMi agitate tbare, aa ware alao othar town op the rlvar. He laid, however, that he thought it ad v liable to wait until ipnng new, before putting up the pole, ei ft wee ueceeaary to peel them, and thil taak would be much carrier in the tpring. If done now the bark would have to be hewed off. He informa he that the amount of poll and labor requirid by oackaUlemnt will be about 100, let feet lour feet In tb ground, twenty-l- -W IV Coroner i line, and Justice ef the Peace W. J. WRIGHT". . nleo the moat active werkar. He informed Constable the writer that the citiaeni of Wansbfp ANDREW prtii.MUR were both ready and willing to do their the J. JENKINS, iBooks, e Ik-o- Moore wae one of the first mea the boilding of the telephone atak .1 -- -- Aeaewor and Collector j nt tons-pletel- ivTTS, Woodlaud. HEN RVnVELMl, Park City, VV. VRCI1IBALD, Parley' Park. T. ft 8utvyor qoUm ship. Townsend, parktity, heleil uien Coalvitlr. x 26 . If You-Wa- Ink, Dr. Miles Heart Cure Rulers, I decided to try ft The first bottle Erasers, made decided Improvement la ray Slates, y oondltion, and five bottles have 7 cured me. Fishing Tackle, trr anything in O. W. IfiKINSICV, P. li Kokomo, lad that line, ;ive me a call before Dr. Miles Heart Cere la sold oa a poaltlvw will IwnettL purchasing. vuarantM, thallba Srnt buttle All (IruxahHaiwU It atU, S butties tor 6,0 on receipt ot prb-twill benL . Postoffice Building, by Ute Dr, MAh Mwlwat Co , JOkiiort. lnd EOA, - - - . - UTAH. r County AUornfyH. ii 6reat!irJPaJpiUtl( Mr. G. W.McKlnaey, poet mas ter of KokiniK, lnd., and a Brave says: ljad been severely troubled with heart disease ever since leaving the arniyteUhe close of the late war. 1 waa troubled with palpitation and shortness of breath. I could not sleep oa my left side, snd bad pain s round tuy heart-- I became so 111 that 1 was much alarmed, and fortunately cry attention was called to - E. H. R1IEAI1, Coalville County Coroner While Mr, Georg Moore of Wantit ip DU. E, V1KO, Park City. waa In Coalville lartTuaaday, a repre- County Selectmen inked hint a few E. W. KERRY, Park City. sentative of Tmi R. E. MAXWELL, with regard te the telephone WILLIAM CARUt'TII, Coalville. line. It will be remembered tbaUMr. a eight Ttcket. Treasurer J II. DEMI NO, Park City. - County Cierk1VV V. SMITH, Repnbliranteukty - ebefttf i.fcuKGfc' HALL, Park City, j Recorder J. 8. SALMON, Coalville. Clerk R. i . NOBTHCOTr, Coalville, j Recoriler i JOHN HOYDEN, CoalwIW, eolama wilt he edited by men of the atiJ Collecter reepectire psrtie. Ths Tms F, J. McLAlt.llLlN, l trk City. men t being In no way connected with Sheriff J. M. HIURINUTON, ltrk City.. them. The (pace U oll the eamcae rand the Jreaiureany other adrertleing epace, W. Sot NO, WantLip. UEORllK utterance fonnd In the eofnnini have County Attorney nothing U do with the policy of the CHARLES E. KTRKbT. Dark ( itv. principle ' : Utah. Ifni liM -- , t OALVILLE COLUMN DEMOCRATIC COLOMNREPUBLICAN 1 r ?2.0Q per ton 1.50 Nut, per ton , .50 Stove, At the Mina - w a j art, NEW DEPARTURE, v- -- Wc PYP9S ! do away wjtl$ the Credit System and sell Strictly foj GASH OR PRODUCE At Prices that Defy Competition. A CLEARANCE- SALE - In aoine of the lines we carry. eamipe thetq. Ca QeorWdt Robt. Young. Wunsnlp " - .