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Coalvillk . A day for Li examination Utan, of hall lake, director, 10 share tad 137,470 shares a trustee. John T. Mur IV. Worthington and 'u(!i,anrFT urrka, ,lir tor, 10 sharer. will lie fixed la ter. Herald. vveeaLT harm!-- Times. MrM.-hi- Thw Raiauu of th rivixw, RMrl4 by Wrrl a Utla Is yet no further move ha been nixie Cotton Gl'iw fi cents ami wheat below JVuring the week the Ontario mill toward the of the atiivs development 55 rents, each lower th-'ever jrn- ehir'i.) 23 21, 57 onnx ofmlver I aitn-- twojgreat properties, hot the executive tniru too pinnriu or T4ii , Urxifiieuons were will prrsriitt at 114,997,38. and the Marsac 17,857,50 ofiuers'of the tuwpanvaUU! yesterday exfeu-tso- f of poaluit) instead at J II, 595.1. Following gold valued tun A t'Ci'xtT ros toi.wu of uuD(ft that w itiuo the neat few dava a force P the or sbipmeota from the Mackin- men would I put on the shipment of 'ich price iu October, "are ih salient .U krity,,. fcho" to features in bunine-- s tl.i week. Imtri-butli-- n Anther UA, waek. B. tosh aainjiler fr the past no will be resumed shortly, after. t X HO. of gwaltj to Consumer goes on 4U1TI 4X0 concentrate 302,720; Ontario flrt-cl- a ffersld. . l4l,Wt fairly, with gams at nearly all paint In 144,000. Total pouud, 607,321). . n camtrie W make a top X. I. 4 n,iuparim with la.t y,uir,hui mtvit He. I, Iato F B. t. Chandler inform ua that a paign that Jada be- at by img point a ra'eto uiaiua tlie p'rcs ut volume aertou accident happened to Charier trayed Christ f t Ihlrtr pus es of silver, of rnaoufa tmtiig r,xliietiou, ro that on lat. at IVdtiMint Maturdsy Pearson ay till only grant to prices "'weaken a k eotitrmtKffnrf mm! AbM huk. .The djigeUe tu jumping from th engine be slipped silpw tout sifvi r was g "1 enough tu par for Tl T ! trade r eeliledy railroad earntoga The fclii , leg. on K B mow, breaking the war . and 2.000 ago, OtfcW; year 4.. in O, tola-- r 3.4 ja-- r cci t has than last 0 F. I VMfx tratiurei said to' he a scrums one, anyhiug ' the turren taoiu "of tlie nations of the rear, and 13 4 ju-- r . .,,.7. 4 .... Vwtport low. than hi Hrrj tc W On will IUT the ia W it ttfmrff lay . tint thought nUip ,artb until by ajfirk it qa leinoru-tixeI Pne payments thromh the piinripal , Mr. Hoyuvitte for month. three wan fortunate JhtoM up lfk . in 1879. rptoft , . .,4 , F gc kk t j tearing tl U.e' for the ti.Ii 1 we-- k of n i aril tuna n in Uicihiih. Wi .ntttu'T l;Cfelcttvtar 4. .. tola-)t irTo " v. hm ai2 3 h M BJf gicahr than Mbrh ,.4 Word was reiel.ed at the church ofilcs JtioM lurnut. i taiui Morgt laa4yvr TT t.i iv, thw jo rum Al t.aoU w ,,, l yeaterdaV la the efft-- that Elder ll.rl.s, t.urol,,d ISirJ, Thedatly mouth a . of c. COALVILLE MARKETS vvablnstae, 1. Carter, Porterville, Morgan county, m-6.tl nt e, is than larg, , con-it , btt uiiaai-inarin tins nouth Carolina the stone iH 2 smaller than tit j.t , , (111,r(, viualda With mill fe rente, died in the fiartiemt on Tuesday ig icnltural pur features of eneot-iagi- . tj mIj thereon hsn ,m muit, t i i4 mgiit. The remains are being brought - j eiitrym- lr It naive red exj-- i stem, an 1 t, i huaHt hy President Kiuit.alt,uf the south- j,,r tiie tiuller an stone - act, June 3, locyet evident that the pi t of thej.iri The dot eased w s 25 147v Aaaut.int orivatuie rntx-ibMms. luv pnu.ii crop, ami l ami iif'hamat-a U and yeaisof sge uTcLt- - tl.c her j! great -staple, hivin, HIHSUVU. Ellatt Carter. Herat 1, x,wcrof miliums. r TltaT'n:'iii'aiuTr i Iie VvVbs t.Uerary Wheat for tk tolx-rd- i Mrs .l.incr Walker i dwu wilh ihe Every LI1 n hud .borit'iy vrascairie fort A'UTfully 12 cents on We 54 and inspirit Qpho.d arc meeting Tuesday night. These if f'Ci'C , Li f trOctirlaw e ti arri a hi Wilde x recovery J. If growing iu interest ami the attendance i thus far 1st cent the limnt A. wih growJarger every week. Tim debate average ever male, ai.s Jiw i Mis Lillian tluff attending school monthly on Kesolvvd, That the liovernyncnt in beptemher and w nc.irlv 10 -- rents It Krovu tin aimer. bbouldUwn andOierateUis Railroads, the lowest prt r In this jca.l the witor was derided in iavoi of thtf Mr. John Hopkin of lh ho was (h hiber averaga Isongfi) cent '.v Carl Allison hgving this aide of theques In (Wlvil'e M'lnday. that of th toller 18 (I or IS K), We I rn than. T. J Lewis made a short yusit to halt receipts arc only 4 7' 3'tt bus'n lx f iy t! is week. Mr. J. !.. IV k, the surveyor, ha just Lute on Is re anted nmh the week against B, if last venr, and William William delivered a and tlte survey of completed C. T. Mills better. Ibq tvill w in Coal Atlantic nxiofts(l3I,k-- 4 bus uH agaimit liandscmie map of the IloyUvIlIc ville on bUtiiies Wednesday. Shi 3t4 last yoar, but the eontro'iiiig Itora, last week, to the wife of J. very s The map alnvws the cemecemetery. a down fact is that no demand as yi t pr mirt-Iark Kidder oi Mr. Ed a City ton. q Staple, divided Into plats, hit and block, to clear cn Mirphi-Corthe is irm tery away to Coihllle again Wednesday. Born, to the wlfeof John Wilkinson, the cemetery declined half a tent dining the containing five wL half Ml Ttteeday night, a boy,-Th- e May fluff, whohii been visiting i a splundid pjeekof acre. The map with receijds not a qs liter of week, returned l.ythgoe Hand give a dance at work, and apeak well for Sir. Peck aa iu ProvO- fot (ovvral weeks, last yhar's, ami eximri not a tenth. CIufTs hall an engineer. He also shows 1 ns epeci-tue- n heme Tuesday. Pork products were Kiincwlmt weaker, JohuXTurk oi Upton went to bait with lard a ofvariou yther survey a he has The little girl of Willard Jloheonef quarter loan. CoMon s dd Lake hh-him. to w credit a all are Tursday on bittiness. .He will st 5.R4 cents ou Thurwlay, and with of llortsvillel recovering made, Ellison's estimate that (he world will about over am! tlie return to day. Read the advertisement of Mrs, M, ' Ths Tmss fair halmon has so far recovered frein consume 8,24S,00 dVaies J. S, warded. The all the are object E. Rhoades in this iesne. premiums for which it wife intended ha been full v the eff ct of his accident as to Hie able stu k of two utlilion hales in xigbt and J. E. Rromley on whipped tlie estimated yield of over nine million to get up an interest to walk around. accomplishetl martwo car of mutton to tlis eat-r- n Mu. Hr. J. E. Mourner and children bales defer buyer. among our farmer and gardeners lit reket. IMmestb ex pom from this my ia two to their products, o a to fully' leave for an extended visit in Michigan The People's Mercantile Company gard til the firet of next week. in October Wer 18 per cent ic-- s kecks to the awaken them important1 i Jv iI i hi(iped a carload of grain asst this XJi intend we in which inthan tlie while fair value last the great doe comity jlar, Frank Rippon now week. crease in value of i in pirts lias liven 27 to hold in Huinmlt county next fall. carving act at the leoplea An order from any of or tiierclralil TuaTws feels gratified with the re- Company butcher shop, percent. Mucj of tin doci ease in exwill be taken on uherriptiou "at Tun of Us vvjjbrt in this line, and that a sult 8 ports ia in price, but in Vuginst and Sep. Will W. H. Fiuilh, Jr., Conrad Staly, Timv ofln-esmt-csnext be tlie quantity of wheat detnu-c- d a will tember fair year county from up Several otheia and Hufimaii A few bushel of good potatoes will be there is not a shadow of doubt, over a third. Prov ixinns and culto i Chalk creek wee in Coalville Wednestaken on subscription at this office if and in minor gained but A wedding out of the ordinary ran day. brought in at once. prodiu t exports e hi, nn of sugar was took place iu Spring City Monday. Lewis IavFM')ore and V. H. Biuitli, Jr., over 35 per cent in Tlie pay car pasm-- d tlirougli Monday, McArthur of Mount Pleasant had beand in and stopped long enough to make the come too intiinale with a young lady of returned from Omaha Tuesday, where two weeks of October at New York over they dispoied of several 'carload of 4dperteul. With tins heavy imriase railroad boy happy lor one mouth, Spring ("ity, whose ntmiei given gs cattle. -in purchases, amf a in xa!Kof MToTin tMffflf'linmght "in wunu hdrg, wd ww wwiw w etiikni.i.'i ItrgMi to Moore of Waneliip came products abioad, the luarkt I for Mr. g parsnips, thi week, Tlie plarof such the father liegajMfleanlng do n George fthile in Coalville he x tisngo is in position to be Tuesday, loan started inches long. longest one is tl.irty-tw- o up hi shotgun. called in aud renewed In subscription tp fefred hy withdrawals of rapiiul or apBertlia Ceeger, a six-- ) ear-ol-d girl, wa to leave the country, lyufwn captured prehension regarding tlie future pea, e back, and Thb Tines. kicked in the face by a hurae last week, af Springv ille of homo came Chandler B. Europe. To ItalL a million gold h. dm to hied Tursday ta Ogden ths injuries resulting fatally. rnti ef than he perforated, that aa in atiawer to a telrgram stating hi little shipped Tuesday it Tribune. marry thejjirl. An outfit of soldiers passed through . was ill, Tho child, bowevar, ia mu, h will he added Saturday. It apboy The Teacher Institute will give an Coalville Wednesday, hut we wore pears that throe trust omp inie here along likely. getting ' (Friday) in the 4o ascertain their . dcJntivni pr enteiUinmcnt . Mr. Ed MoCnrthy, formerly of Coa- pow hold ovci 140,000.000 idle m im-to which all are -what they were after, null Eastern are tiiat and being losytt now one of the tire laddies but lville, Korn, Monday night, to the jvifeof cordially invitetl. The following pro- at bait Lake, was iu towu on a visit for taken from New York hy New England Luke Robineon, a daughter, T'he little gram will ho carried out; Addrea, a hanks, while the Northwestern demand couple of day this wesk, Object to Turn her Institute," E. H. for money is unusually small. Tlie treasstranger weighed nine pounds. Mother Hon.C, E. Allui, Judge Miner, ltayid Hhcsdj instrumental music, Frank and child doing woll.X backward in reserve, Hull and ury Uagttn fulling Oieu j How to Teach imtions, P, C. Keith, Thomas Kearns, George a little jess revand a large Judd delivered leuiurratir yield import Julge Weber were among tlie m i Work," Mis last year, while internal revenue than speech at le,m'ocrtic headquarters in Kyn;PytmariNnmtr and who candidates lltleiit Olive Instrumental speakers duet, enue for the past three weeks is G.tKH),-Oithis city Saturday night. The house LiuieKall; Uhead, I.izsie Hudson ; sketch of the life visited tXialville this week. smaller than a year ago. was well .piled, f Froelail, the great primary teacher, Frank Olson returned last week from Tlie dr; goods business and textile in p e learn that a man named male I,, Copley ; tutiaic, quartet. Fillmore, where he wa summoned by dustrfes were especially favored by he had two fingers oh hit left baud r sudden death of hie sister. A demand We understand one of the parties who tlie in August and September. mashed fiat while coupling cars at drove down to Echo last Friday night younger sislerLaYein, returned with Wholesale and then feta il stock liuve last Saturday, to the dance came near neeling with a him aud wilt attend sihool here this been replpinslwd, and business waits bteven Aail, a boy 11 years of age, serious accident. The old bridge just winter. for retail sales, with k are as jet slower was knocked over by a switch engine at Amos Mealier was in Coal v ills from than was thi side ef Echo has been torn oat and In cotton goods the expected. Evanston last week, lie was taken to a new on put iu a short distance above his cattle range Tuevlay. ite stayed new busim- -s ha been narrow, jmd reOgden, where he died. the lu at ion of the oil one. This has tn.v long enough to round up a couple of sumption by Fall River mills lias decars of cattle which tie has iu tin George Palmer Is reported seriously tmiallvJimprOved the road, but hy pressed prices to some extent. Woolens ill st Morgan. C. T. Miilsof Hoytmille, I hr removing the old bridge vicinity, and which he jn ill ship to have been somewhat affected by the aucancle of the sick msn, went dowu Tues- been left nngiutrdtd, ami one of tlie Omaha. tion sale of a fiftdi of the years producMr. Haslum, wife andchildren tion hr day to see him, and reports him t little ha teams, loaded with boys and gins, the, Arlington mills, which on ths Improve. took the old road, aud the driver just and Mr, Isaac Burton and family of brought pm cs about 15 per tout The joint debate between lion, C. C. managed to stop Hut home in time to Vernal have been visiting with Mr. those previously quoted, while soft wool Goodwin and Hon. O, W. Powers will prevent the whal party being trowB Jacob Huffman and family np Chalk dress goo, Is are 3 to 5 per cent lower ; taks place at ths halt Lake theater on dew n the bank into the i reek. A fern s crevk the past week, , They returned than Led year. In mens apnng good , s , November , let. Quits a number are should ta) constructed on both sides of home Monday. there are few small orders, and while f making arrangement to attend from tiiis place, or serious accidents may fril orders fur suitings continue good, LMf Lllr occur. Lera. ' . e the , ten, and for cloakings have been reRemaining uncalled for at the in Coalville on Ir, lluuaer informs ths writer that The Los Angeles Express of the Ifiib 2, 18U. duced iiyntlie strike of cloak makers. have for three week of ths two unfortunate Sadies xi terribly Inst ears that work will be reeutned at hen calling for any of rhene letter, Bales of wo , October been 15,147,499 pounds, against please say advertised; injured at Peoa last week, are gettiug Salt Lake npon the Loe AngeU-sFla-r- l O F. I'm I 8,341,452 last year, and 19,9000 in along aa well as can he expected. Mre. San Francisco A Salt Lake railroad, Mriv Mu Hiiamsu king Mirkmllle 4 ta. Mdhaer has been moved to her horns at and Work w ill be commenced at tli Samuel kirXmaa Mr Kuperv Bruwa 1892, withmarketsdull and price barely Mr T. kobiuwn western end of the line to keep pw e PalrUkluol Kama mauitiiincl. , Haranv Imtvaox. Hie txHit aml slmo trade Is doing Charles Thlede, the man 'accused of with operation there. The full i B Murri i - Hertiert Rkhard in the is of the tutu enterprise well, shipments from Bos' on JR murdering his wife at Marray, was found portance A. 1) Bowks,! a! U to build to San tlie fact that for three week plan having lieon 52,583 first of murder the Ills id degree. guilt well ns to loe Angsles. An order from anv of our msrehants agAtnst 1(19,5(14 hratyear, and 21,1, attorneys moved for a new trial, aud tlie Francisco as will lie Ael at Ths 899 in 18 S, Most of the shops have time eet torlhe he, ring of the petition While from I os Angles it will weml Tm vs otliee, San ef counties its the orders (or some time, and are receiving way through" has been set for November 2nd. into that teri itusv, aud HsiarorlalUa. TkoroaaklF Inyo uinru in icon's cheap shoes and women The committee meeulicrs of the Coaland so on to Salt lake City. It will l'aexengtrrdestined loth prominent gran) arrtl bolf shoe some having work ville Braes Baud are S. M. Robinson, of Missouri the cities should River pat aim run through Kern, Tulare, Fre8o, Iron and steel the Chicago, Utah Pacific and until December, The Joseph Barber, John fctonc RiidJuhn Mcri-cd- , Sau Joaquin, Santa rouise buxines make a better show ig thjs , Stanislaus, Line. PullNnrtbwettern Magnificent and to nuke James, anyone desiring Alameda le the metrojiolisof man and W ugner sleeping cars, elegant Week, IVxsemer pig having atiffene-- l to! for music cad io to with Clsrs and T e length of the line within Pullman and Northweileru dining earn, f to SKI at Pittsburgh aid st yfiieago and the north. . . f these gentlemen, as they represent the California boundaries Is estimated to free relmtng chair ear, handsome day New York further structurarand bridge coaches aud comfortable iulniaa band in such matters, be aliont tkX) miles. orders hare be,, pla,8d, hut- - bar iron j g Officer Branch on hatunbty srreste.1 lias fallen to 90 cent for common and in The As announced " exclusively ' ar rnmai Uvt. William Bauey in this city, who was for st,i st Pittsburgh, which are prices differences lietween the the Heralil, ThroigU trams, through wanted in Evanston to answer to the those corrent in Great Rritiaiu Cnpperojxilis and Champlain people freight trsins.qnn-- time via thethi-vagcharge of seducliuA. He was afterwards have been Northne-tet- n Pacific Union and have is a good deuiaml for sheets aftd latter the Tiicr? atljusted"and rea'eaeed, a a teicgramwaH .received Line to the principal ciliea EgiQaftlie e of the reported. 'n1e g'xtdl tiridge centim-Uartrout Evanston to the effect that the made an ontright purcha--- J River, ,V comnew The Pcnnsvlvania railroad repor,sit On Monday the plaintiff had decided not t h-cent of 50 than name under the was account per rial nub organized pany hiVTKJC TO toe VIWKS. number of weeidents have the Ajax Mining company, bntthe ar Quite that of last year tnd-iteintend to c any coal, mm-eoccurred hereabouts the past week. On tide of lkyou reach not did The t.uluree in October. !hn far have Incorporations or rock fin rry claims, r make any Friday George llartly fell from his horve the county clerks oftu until yesteflsv dexert laud, homextead or timber quite moderate in strict ly com end broke hit arm, George Anderton of afternoon. This company i organised If so consult W. E. Smith, CtmntT Turn ial hues, amonnting' do ia to Other, gpods, too nuEacx'otis to mention. The only way for you Echo broke hi ebouldcr, and on huu-Ua- y for tli Clerk, Godwin, btforw making vour d purpose of working ilia come in and examine for yourselves, and Nve will convince you that we are the filing and lye.w dl tell yort lmw In save InmSSng! a (on of Tbomis Wilde broke fug Copgervijiolis and the otl,cr time and ! ifl ieg. ir. 1 Miner attended all thewe of mujudomgeo ' the fiidurof and of the two groups, Leaders in Low Prices. " yOXLCave no cash, Htikiujf, "W0 vneernx. jioiu0 ; produce, for, patients, and says they are doing well tiiiutal stock i 3,W, tHtd, the yaluetd vwxtment and loan roncerns, not here ' Warrautv IWMx, short form, an I Of this isSUB IS tb.6 and Vill aS f&T last gOOd in R8 go y0tl Nels UrgentoD ofCuion Wa yesterthe mines r piestmtiug , more thanjd line of juxlM blanks for sale at Th in, iu ted. hav e not pnvcd of general nn-- j Tiwva witlce. not Goods for our as -t cash m Yours the Goods, week Cheap Cheap, the poplace your day brought to the city and placed in the per cent of that amount. The irt.mco. , j ... lluring been 2x1 in lh their their holdings are j fadurtt have county jail, w hr re Ire will await aa ex. SirirKly ,a li. ( amination as to bis mental condition. a follows; Frank Knox, of Salt Lake, Th Chicago, Union Pact tic and Nerih.jfctstissgHii'ik 3tl last year, and 43 in I I I about of od otter Id7 t and ine mil chares the l, xta,vmmo,l; Canada agnnt 29 Orgejia-wetrn it president and years age, year, a fanat.cal Spiritualist, claiming that a 75.tts.id shares as trustee. Henry Shod b, tmn to thatsaveliug imbbu vn nine to cauxos Cbicaoo. j death, but Thrvogli traiua, icldv,ln tunc, Dvxni host of Souls are against him in what- of lark City, 35,25') it vu nm to live on in mixcry. magnificent sleeping care, e! gsnt ever nndufaktng he enlintu, andconse--, shares. Wilson J. Sivrder, t?l Bark Clip, iugcars, rolomel sleepers, reclining chair Sarvapxttl'a cures 'yspepwta and A. 8COWCROFT, ! fi t M ia v ,r- r y rT'-r-p! 'iv lUml.M in) stums, h trouble. "i !",') j.'i ir 'V tn FIUDAY.'WT. COALVILLE, 2fi, IW. Dm'i km-wn- lhr 1 ptl-AS- Nc-.'- a ft-p- m-t,-v , c-- d -- prtnt r fa . .t a ha-th- avt-iag- r 1 OUR . r ut.y.-.-- j Co Mergantile rp .. ri t-- 1 lo-n- " tt-- UUmJL po-iti- G-- 1,3-x- ! n o isusmess, J t. good at the same time, ir merchandise at such 'e you money and war- - 1 Viiu-iica- Tm-sde- r n Mort-anttl- s fmU-ig- prixe-talTiT- -- The-youn- oods, ' Dry Goods, Notions; Shoes Rubber Goods and Grocer: Is Second to None, and ouiaprices beyond Competition. Did you ever hear of and.-broug- the famous y -- w, Swiss Condie Mens Under wear being sold at $2 a Suit? ' 4 Oten-catn- I i Ihed-moa- t course you will say no! Well, cometto our pice of business and get a suit for $2. Regular Price on these godds, $4 a suit Of s 81.25 Mens Fleece Lined Underwear, a Suit Regular price on these goods is $2.25 a suit "S- -- la-lo- - - Ladies W'oolTJndervests, 90c - 90c Pants to match, Per Suit, $175, orth $2.50 Fost-uffi- V 1 ). tliU-K- sulwa-riptio- n AAsk to see our line ( 1 of- BOYS JERSEY SUITS. Fin eSt in the land, and ' ONLY $ao6 PER SUIT. o, -- Mb-sou- pro.-ecut- . hK-at- bt-t- cn-tru- -; to Cham-phiinan- 2hu.CSo! Sng If tres-ure- PEOPLES rr ft - ri .; -1, e , l t 1 A fJERCmLE f ai jnst CO.. -- fl --A, bring your paterit just j n Maaagar. r - 7 - L I I SW-T"