I I rinnTnnTiiPiwiwii ni, i. 1 tap worth, young Mi Ku-h- , Jo lWy Uiver cotton goods manufacturer to rein Indian ranron, about duce Margetta, sage hae canned strike and twenty mile Miuth of Frevtqn, lookout affecting nearly 30,000 ( afternoon. Phil had taken every jployeea, operating fully 3,000,000 reg during tha trip to Idler over half the but while loading hie ! parity of the country. Print cloth prevent own gun, a cartridge exploded, owing i have advanced 4,c aa a result, and the Find Xeisy j to a faulty iirrdla, and the contents prospect Veeips to be for a inoiit hs susentered Ihe right breast of hi eon, pension of operation, ahh heavy loss tortv tarda awav. The young man tu employ era and employed. eaclaimed that he was shut, sank to included as of wheat dour Exporta. the ground and died without apparent wheat), loth coasts, this week aix days), atifljmig, in two or three minutes The eual 3,182,100 bushels, against 2,970,-00d with grief. The rouid-u- p fob the week. father wa bushels tost week, 3,417,000 arcid.nl orrurred on the latter birth-da- week fast, and as compared with The b y was between 18 and 19, 4.960,000 luehelaiu the third week of and is the grand-o- n of Phil Marge! la August one year ago. Two years ago' fauJ Henry 1. Richard, and is the eldest the weeks foreign ahipmanta amounted Mlataa. Tana (in real Xvl I f In- - son of Mrs-- . Retta Margutts of the 7,. C. ti 4,606,000 bushel ; three years ago I lit M. 1.. w ho was iu Tillin' at the time of laiaat u tTur HcadaM fun. they ware b.Soh.UuO Tmshels, and hmr tka Tarrllar . J tlieacctdent. The remains were lirouglit ,year ago they were 2,562,000 bushels. I to Preeten amt will reach bait Uke exchange is.lowsr after a bat unlay morning Herald. sharp rallyLforeign buying of stocks which were Temporarily euepeuded havTriksttfUiinil ing been resumed. Demand sterling uVIca k p m, On aturdav , at 4 b6c4.W)4. Silver prices have been August 18. 1881, Mrs, Hcllyii Kulsris f 4(rrittl 1 t , mated ally lmpivel by tha apeculutive dieil at the ivciileme of J. ('look, Jr , SiikWtrf demand caused by the war in the east. Amettrsn Furl, , ul prematuie childhiilh Serum industrial ilisturbauceain New Utisin'esi failures In the United Mates v srious . about be utioiis. omplu brought Fngland, druuih in central and fin weal leported this week numlter 251, against Anieriesn Fora Item. lernsstes curtailn'g neurlv all staple ; 2J4 last week, 456 a year ago, 169 1. C. Oeertson, on of the oldest and cr, m a mall line to year ago, 187 three year ago, and 134 most respected citir.n of H untsv die, ! continue to buy lor nearby wantaouly, four year ago. who died on Mftlnesdav, was laid to f,j to greatly influence general trade Haul rsit yesterday. Deceased was one of .thrmghout the c.untrv, the trena of The market growing dull and init the most enterprising ntuene, and one toward (uuher improvement. with the who devoted much of his time to s.u i.tl Northwestern slates east of the Musouti active, though when compared it ztrrme stagnation oflastyear, make and rsltgtou matters. Ogden Press, 26. ami I be Atlantic and gulf coast southern at three Eastern cities good increare, John H. Oitersiruin, Ezra Madsen, E. stairs report greater gaius iu ales being 3,699,800 pouuds against t of in and Ihe of rattle volume Andrew and Jensen spread Stevens, Jacob' only 1,633,912 last' y ear, and 6,927,100 Christenson returned iiomejfrom Chicago that better feeling ami confidence in e in 1892 The sales in three weeks have t, on last Sunday evening where they have larger volume of business in been 18.152,960 pounds against 6,1)30,-1- 2 dein business been to market their muttons. The re- whuh improvement last year, and 23,312,400 in 1892, so port ia that they only realized from (1.10 pends. that the purchases during the past exof Prominent among evidences l 1.30 per head above ail expenses. mouth,'exclusive of speculative trunsae-tion- v pansion in general trade in this week Ephraim Enterprise. presumably represent rather Merrill Ward baa a sensation, tioorge bank clearings total, $814,000,000, a gain more than half the producing capacity Sarah Aired eloped over lat week of about 4 per cent and of the mills. The tone of the market Boutin and Mi total one year ago, when Monday evening. They went toward over the like easier at the East, but without much Meeker. The young ladys mother is clearings got dow n to about in quotations, though somewhat chaRgn almost crazy over her child disappear- mark, the increase ia 20 per cent. But more readiness to sell fine fleece is noted, ance. Misa Sarah is hardly 17 years of compared with the total in the like and at Philadelphia prices are said to seek two years ago, this weeks aggre- have age. Vernal Express. receded a shade. Carpet manrhow a decrease of about Thomas G. Tabrum was arrested last gate clearings are not a little disturbed by ufacturers 18 It is also worth noting as the decision that wool now in bond canSunday and bronght to Vernal, by a percent. sign of the business movement that not be admitted free of Sheriff George Searle, on another charge duty under the city's clearings total for the week new tat iff act, unless first exported and evriy of incest, committed since he came back is larger than a year ago except one. from Nephi. The girl Nettie, is reported then brought bark to thia country. at whisky markets, Gains in aa soon to become a mother, Vernal Louisville, Cincinnati, Pans and ugar BmL 1i IN COAL! COAL!-COA- L! nf yet-ter- "V spin-poMib- le pre-aoti- lilt 1i' cotton-spinnin- Mur Cash Bargain Store L -- deaer in-- J Until further notice, ouly Perton $2.00 Nut Coalper Load, .50 0 geieril AT THE MINE. ' bu-be- ts cru-he- y. e By lm-hi- s Balburd, a boy who w as evion the riding platform behind the dently water car, jumped off while the cart were till moving quite rapidly. lie stumbled on alightning and one foot went on the rail, wnere it waa caught by the wheel .and frightfully crushed, rendering an Franciaco. At larger eastern cities there is evidence of an ini reased confidence that the autumn will brings largely augmented demand In nearly all staple lines, but Baltimore is the only city in this group announcing a derided improvement, southern buyers having placed 'fcotSd orders for dry goods, notions, millinery and shot's. Slight gains re reported only in petroleum and shoes at Philadelphia, and in cheaper grades of footwear ami ip the ssunritlst markef at Boston T Fates of wool at the latter point have fallen off sharply, and wool importers and dealer having the raw product in store in bond find transof doubt checked because actions whether it will be admitted free or not finder a new tariff. Renewed strength in the eastern states in the cotton goods market- - may earthy be regarded as an evidence of relation of demand to supply, it being based on the lockout end strike of mill employees. Neither Buffalo or Pittsburgh find trade feature to tepoit other than that merchant anticipate a revival of demand in the fall. Iron and steel price in western Pennsylvania have tended downward within week, production having grown steadily in advance of demand. At Cleveland groceries are most active, and the outlook for frieght rate W. yet? F. Smith, Coalville, county clerk HOODS of Summit county, will rera-pani- ' Robt. Young. Wansnip sa e money in so doing I ' Pipe, Bath Tula, Garden Sprinklers, Galvanized Iron, Zinc, Copper and Sheet- Iron Work, etc., made and Repaired by ' - tXiueI TIN-SHO- P. Tinware, Stove if j'ou address hitn. t r.OHTHACTOR AMD ijob Printing BDlLDEfi Joseph Jones, Tha Lehi Banner gives to Us renders, in It last issue, a very interesting item regarding the beet prpdm t far thia season. After describing the simplified methods of taking care of the crop, the easy mar. tier of delivery to the sugar refinery, it then gives the names of twenty farmer w ho are engaged in beet raising, with the Mrcentagsof sugar and purity of product placed opposite the name of each farmer thus engaged. From this liat we figure that the average percentage of sugar is a fraction ever 15 per centum, with a purity of 8if which shows higher average than vv as ever known in France and Germany Up to the 16th inat the factory at that (wort hma reached the enormous factor of ,81(1 tens. Iticapacitv is from 250 to 300 large sugar lerrels per day. Up to the 16th there has been 1300 sack of sugar shipped, weighing 1 30,000 pounds itli large quantities still left in the rehouses. Thu it will be seen that Utah sugar industry will soon lead all competition both as to quantity and quality. Millard Co. Blade. TINNER. ' Shop, one block east of Stake House. Coalville, Utah. I am prepared to Plans and Specification fur-nish-- all kindr-- of it :m: b e r, Fur Department IS COiMIIFIJSTm UNDERTAKER; A Complete Line of COAL Undertaking Good UIHIHG. I nished on Application. I . ALWAYS ON HAND Tf ill O ; COAL one-fourt- h ALWAYS ON HAND J m. Mro Bair. Slip. Baths. and First I AT THE WASATCH MINE. peoa. First JosHartley. -- - A CLEARANCE SALE Geo. W.& amputation necessary. Herald. last Friday aeverat- boys, while digin Eliaa ging clay for making brick TIMBERS; Jensens field on the west aide of tow n," found the skeleton of a human being, A. AT TUI probably an Indian, and the lower jaw of m animal that appears to belong to tb canine species. Not all the bones Lowest Prices. of the Indian were nnearthed, but the ' akulf, on of the thigh bones, several ribs and other smaller bases were found. TtrX.NDOlH. FOR CEMETERIES . Box Elder Voice. The frojoet of the Pioneer Rustic and T. and G. Flooring, Richard Cotta m, age 14, waa killed at fewer Compear, Snowvilla last Friday. He and a Red or White Pin, one or Frank J. Cannon of Ogden waa in Salt were riding along ata rapid rate, one and inch. lake City recently amj gave a Tribune when the hones collided. Cottams toms ihteecsting infor representative CHAS-H- I bora waa knocked down. The rider 'vfEST (nation concerning the Ogden power FINISHING LUMBER AND LATH. was thrown to tha ground au-- f knocked dam project, of which the Tribune eaye: ebaelasa. Heegpired the following This id the most stupendous work of Full stock kept at yr.rds in J Hoytsville, Summit Co , Utah Sunday, never having regained conUiia nature ever undertaken in the Coalville. scious nees. The pa rant of the deceased, western country, and will promote the Mr. and Mr. Ed. Cottarn, live a few ia better, w tilth ia true st Duluth a establishment of 1 Leave order in Coalville many manufacturing miles north of 8uowville, near the state well. The least encouraging report if ( or Peoa. The of the en magnitude even enterprises. from Cincinnati. At line. Brigham Bngler. be realized when It if etsled terpriee may dethreaten Welsh, Prop. tobacco, The work of enlarging the Mammoth though drouth that it contemplate the development mand for dry good and groceries ia Mill is being pushed to the gieeteet ef 20,000 horse power, at e coat of $3,000 as is true also at Detroit, From ooo. possible extent. Ireparations will be large, is of heavier received word Chicago Mr Cannou stated yesterday that the , made for forty more stamps, making it baying of dry class icconoDitioiq a sixty stamp tniil, but only twenty mail order and personal hardware incident to uch large enterprises delay end more stamp will be put in at once; 150 goods, clothing, shoes, had been encountered, but the prelim TOURISTS AID TRAVELER)) from Indiana, Illmsis, part of lows ton of concentrates are now keiog iron work was going ahead a rapidly end northwestern states. Orders from inary aa could be expected, end he considered kipped monthly,, which ia only a small west of the Missouri river ere iight owShop on Lower Main Street. part of the product of the mill. The ing f& unfavorable crop prospect. thrancceM of the Undertaking assured aa same mill used this is the in Ono of the strongest financial houses In process Drouth ia said to bav j cartailed the IlRates In Keeping With the Times; ia proposed for the. Eureka Hill and ia London had entered into a contract linois butter and cheese yield, and short a grand success on tbs low grade ore in which all the capital needed of hogs west result in the through inppliei Cold , the Mammoth dump. Tintic Miner. Would fie secured. The original plan Hot in houses down pf packing shutting the of but An accident occurred at Gunnison last Iowa and contemplated development Nebraska.m Seutborn purrbut lt had since Thursday by which Guy. the seven ye.r chase at St. Loui continue heavy, tit 10,00OLmrsr-powtIrs.LjdIiE. filler, Proprieties. been that decided old son of Anthony Metcalf lost hi life. amount foub'e this feature of the week, more then oflsetting could be ebisinl. tiid the company The boys were hauling grain, and when decreased western purchases due to will Class. about two mile from home, on the drouth. Rains have helped Everything proceed on that basis. Tribune. pasture bundles of some the slip- land in Kansas and Utah. county road, Summit County, Iowa, but not the ped. In trying to keep them bn the yield of corn. Kansas City trade is wagon, the little fellow r fell between only of fair volume, and that at Omaha hailiv. Shaving Tickets Lio for $i.oo. the horses and tha wagon. Tbs wheel is quiets The moderate gain st MilwaukillheaJ shoulder over hie and land Arret aed Attereey. passed FRESH kee and the striking improvement in FRUITS ing him instantly. The sympathy of general trade at SC Paul and Minneapt O. Box IAS, ALT UK CITT, UTAH.-r the community is extended to the olis continue, shipments from the latter Bwvn alt lttr wnoonitu lind mxllJOHN SHERMAN, Proprietor. VEGETABLES. lurnub bereaved family. The funeral was held wha im u i ware ewtoBBd lor reply. point being satiMsctory. Portland, Ore di a ram rhowm lRaopBB tor eulry. at Qnnniaon last Saturday, a large Colombia and the trade tall good report t being present. Manli Sentinel. river salmon pack as 30,000 cases larger Full Stock - of Confectionery, iLKgsacBAUWicr. E. B. Evens from Austin Texas w aa a than last year. At Fan Francisco trade Summer Drinks, Tobaccos and passenger on the Milford express on it better than for aix months past Ued Agrat and Attetaeya. ' Freshest Stock and Sunnnitl Inspector Eatnrday. Mr. Evens ia the contractor chiefly due to a gain in volufue of ex Cigars. Sheep Win ia 0, Unit Office Bull.Ua, Lowest Prices in Coalville. lor the atone, woodwork etc., on the dam porta in aji directions. vtab. LAKt'urr, salt - Postoffiee address, of the Beaver land and WaterCmnpairy, General trade at southern citieg beHoytsville, Oaneral Praofi rta. reBlade in witKin a week In anawer to question by a' trays no change Summit County, Utah. PECK, presents live, Mr. Even elated that volume of transactions or demand over twenty ' families from Austin de- buaineea onths whole being relatively HENRY. SHIELDS. sired to come out with him end more bettei' than mome other portion of l" " iu lot southern nre anxious to cast their here it a better request the country, Utah, as eoou a the land and water are for lumber aT Charleston, for hardware A Ml.C ULTir.4. rsady. Mr. Even also said there will and machinery at Augusta; resin at : be a Kansas delegation in Millard whiskey at Nashville and Canals DitcheV Irrigation H fu-county during September, and will look Prospective early movement of cotton : CiTBtt. and Trtdt-- II.I otowowd. aod and Farm Lines, City. City Property aouacao COB octtd foe MODCBXTt fin tol in all trade itiinu'.ate over the field for intending settlers. ts is expected pxTraT OroM Oua O mcl ia Orml V ' ' Railway Construction, Mining. ia ka ina Una tSoa coa bbcm. t and Millard CbfBlade. . staple lines. Jobbers at Birmingham pai A, t, WXBEB. Wutnn(uia. nnoMfrom JIXOfKMS. W, . u a San Bodd dr.wu.f or ekofo., wit irrm CONVEYANCER - . Ala., re pwrt a heavier August trade so Preston, Idaho, Aug. 24- - Henry or nor. tno at U prirmool rtoo. t -rB.M. outJ the crop end Richard Oar la aotdaa till pidnc MAGINN1S As Jcntir Hapworth, em- far than a year ago, o- lo Obuia Powota. Plans, Maps and Specifications. a nnnin "Hployees of the Hotel Reporter, rfHait look in Louisan is expected, to help tha U. Aaod kf(awaanM cow ot and Satisfaction. Texas .Accuracy oat ha Addtm. Lake, while spending e short vacation business interests there generally. been to Bocrai C!, Aa aod 4H, I th Loan a fraai here, went to Bear Lake early in the coast region crops are said have jF'Cbarges Moderate. Oumpany 8a!Ma A party'' of damaged by excessive rain. no wT(irrOmc(. WunMiMdroN O 0 week, chicken shooting Fall Coalville, Summit Co., Utah OODEN and Of New Bediord Attempt five, consisting ol Phil Margetta, Jr., - We propose to do away with the "Credit System and sell Strictly for In some of the lines we carry. Call and examine them. tell you how you can HoodS PHIS er tbs tow faulty cstbartts, (satis sad effective. Trystoa. aesnta. e NewDepaTture; At Price that Defy Competition. v' we believe Hood's SansparUle hae no equal and a. W. L. Hunt, hlu( Hale, Tea. Homjt-mad- UTAH GASH OR PRODUCE land your tareaparilla eauted the srupHoM to heal sad and the eeabt seated oS, after which the akle became toft and smooth. At a family awdklns CURES lew-wat- er aa-au- proof on - UTAH. , Have you made final Sarsaparilla tbe-fwl- : MERCHANDISE, - COALVILLE, . Twe Betties ef Heed's ,,) : Williams, To Settlers. My axpsrtMMS with Hood's Sarsaparilla k booa Tory sfloettvs. My httlo girt. Its yean M, had for tour years a bad skin dtseasa. He arms and Umbt would break eut In a nas a yellow matiar Hlie would tore. diMharstng eorairh the eriiirtiont aa tboux it wave reltef Sad tear open die eoree. 10 & j:: Except Groceries. Bure Bleed, Cures (crefula, gto. lk Iiave naturally been expanded extraordinarily. The greatest apparent increase in . volume of business during the week ia at bt. Louis, Baltimore, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and ban Purifying Their Blood - Heeds iereapertlla Makes i Express. A letter received by W. A. Ray ffom the Creamery Manufacturing Company states that the order 'for lbcreamery plant for this place has been received and will be shipped at once, with nee that special care will be taken to ship the beat machinery the company can produce. Millard Co. Blade. When the excursion train pulled into Garfield Beach at 6 :40 las. evening Frank ECHO SavetheChildrcn 4 V Hopkin Oreo gtag Cwrrte tot) -- GENERAL love,, ' eon-cour- HEBER GUNN. J. L yj TsLii5iPfiil No Delay. C.E Land Surveyor. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY r Mar-gett- WEBR, , LtMicn. no c.A.sriow&co. SdHOMli GOAL i i GO.