m at lb laat meeting. The debate decided In favor ol the negative. A fued program will be iin Belt Tueeday Coalville Times, tOALYILLE, FRIDAY. SOW 4 04 IV At 40 ptWTVM 16,1894 ntghL F. M. Puioeo. Jr., gav n birthday ol bia playpart, to about twenty-fiv- e mate bn Saturday afternoon, it being the ereaaion o( bia aeventh birthdav. A very enjeyable time waa bad by the little ouea. Word reached Uere tliat a Mr Lambert, w bo waa hauling coal, when near Kama, tell from but wagon and baa ran ever. No particular further than that he wee badly injured and bad been nuionecieua hr ait hour, coulJ be ahla.n.d at lhl anting J49 04 ifttYtAMB frvrAtrrxMi foItfiLur . V IJL to T .i ! UhlCIi! ft. 131 1 I.tiu nun x erv nu) Wt e.lM lm ' hltl I 4 for -- y i u-- AM( Tfc o r ft" i u JftfaSt-- oYtV l JaMift Gxftxk ptoo lefco bvlrr Kuf euft Wickrl i i warn Braver Bli hmyth Vt Emttb j r to llorfft UurrftQt. - awwp, t(tb thftfitv RJgington, by aJ ice of bi phyaiuan, baa gun to Og lau tuf trcaimeut ui lb butpital at that place, Mr. Edgmgton baa been a great aulferer th paat uioulh, aud it ia tuppoeed. th ahautder iu wound hrMvBd in th the warofth rabalhou ia th priiu caua of hi trouble. Whan he dapartvd for Oadeu hi arm wa iwollan to au alarming ax taut. TLaratoainaafJ.il, Hunter, tb aid gentleaun wb wandered away from th Infirmary at Salt Lake aeveial week ago, mention of which wa mads In T waa, wer found Sunday near floiinU-iu- l iu badlv deiouiiioaed ita'a The de eased was identified hy th rlothing and tb teitainent fouinMw bl kh krt with hi uamaiB the flyleaf, t Tb body wa taken to Salt Lake and the funeral ervketheld Mouday allemoou. Tbe election loverltheatgnuf ilewo-cratt- c and Republican headquarter have been takan down and atored away until tbay era agaia needed, and thing havt U!d Jowniotothtlrastural cliani Th fluai blowout waa bald hy the victorou party from all ovar th tarri-tor- y at Salt Laka lat Monday, while the defeated party accept th reeuita good naturally and philoaephicaily. Th Ontario mill will thip 60 bar of bwiliow tka fin ounoueof wbtcb have not been figured at till writing. Th ora abiptnanta r light again Ihia week, tha Silver King, Daly and Ontario not haing r prase n ted Theyaieas follow; Anchor concentrates, 61.1,160; Silver King concentrates, 173,260; Apex, 20,910, Total pounds, V. tumrg 4MSZ COALVILLE MARKET aware laaltv - The enibesrleiuent cae againet tlina Hague cam up for trial at Provo on Tuet-daaud lb indictment waa quashed. The (toll tot be teiiike report that an in tier of "ewValed' coin are til Cl? tulelteu la that city. Th People a Marranlil company cornea out again with aom atartln in thair advarltaeaiaiit. Read pin-- i " j them. A man he beau arretted at Ogdtw bo it thought tu be Retford, one of the murderers of Mier iff Burn of banpete toitaly. - , Mia. A. L. Pol lock, widow of th fata to mi Salvador, ha arrived io San Francisco, and aa dua to arrive la halt to day. fees vlwM tiNiie eyiwrfa-wvwcheek tha tint of tha automar dawn; We're married now, and Pan fra to at juat Imw lb atufTa put on. - M.nitrr lle t bound, tha wan who killed Metican tim ago for , lu llarfUld county tom lutimaiy with hi Hond'- - w If i now on trirl for ioardr at Boaver. Meggi h I won hat mada a change in har advancement tbia week. Tb holiday are cioee at hand, and aba baa many attraction in har atock of good Th lalaet w bae beep aid to obtain with regard to th political oouiplexion of tha constitutional coaveution la that tha Republican claiaa aigty oat of th ' luemlier. Tb Logan Nation painted 1(7 the town lattweeb by iaaning it paper printed C da rad ik, rad taglea, a good deal of rad t .crow and w certainly read it with Hnl much iaterwat. 5 The father being favorable and noth ing ales preeenting iteolf to block tb wheel oil juetice, Cher lea Thiada, th will h banged Murray r, ,t. an th lsih of next month. For torn reaeon our reliable and wide eweb eorreepomlent from Fen uiiteed will not n thi week, aud ear reader tb abtaac of bi bright latter in this itaua. Thi i th Brat time in nearly a year that he.lia failed na, From th iaot that w didn't, know auytluug about ii, Tna Tiexa failed to mention that bouncing fourtekn-puunUiv ual tut appearance at th reaidance iatt week. Tliaiiiother ..1 Fred Wild ai ihia writing la quite ill, though ira proving aud th baba ia doing nicely. two traveling pku. Fain A from tugrnpbar Butt, MonL, paaaed through Coal' ill Monday. They are traveling through th territory taking view and photograph of th acenery aad vanoua building in the town they viaiL Supenulendent Loilar of th Wrought Iron Range company ofSt. tb marked uc in that ht it meeting tea in tha a!t "1 hi good in thi d Uol), couity, and that ht kaaoidcrad auetbar carload of rwnga. Read tb new teati- mnnU publiaked thi week, aud took ut for more. Fraak Ward, a miner at tb Silyar King wine. Park City, wa fatally in. jored Saturday night by abouldar falling on kiu and fracturing th ipln. The -- injurad man waa takan to Salt Laka, and lb-- . PmkePn operated on tb apm. e but ba na hope of tb patient leave a wife and two amall . children! at iba Wobeter Literary The program dorJeiy laat Tuesday coamtted of an addre by John Callia, a parody Tj abort lector by Jama Judd, Oeorga Celderwood aud a debat en Reaulved Than That Fir ia More Vi a(er,u f rank Rlppow and Robert Meel lor tha began v aad W. Calder-woaad W, Carreth for tha afBrmativa, jEvary puither on the program WM well rerulere'i, aud tb Interact and raoid ioi prove went oI,th participant tinea lhe fnranitUra of the aonety wa very re-H- itrttrtira xi ' m , 7 i . - r i f 717,350.-Keo- nis' cot tor president, Martha havagt; Albert Bullock aecrrfpry, j Nelli Khoade. Tb meeting adjourned until Friday, November 16,1694. The society bold it meeting erery I rid ay afternoon at 2 o'clock at tbe Bru k st hoolboue A general invitato attion i exteuded to tb utixen tend the meeting. ayr alaiaft City lmr4ar-au- u aaam. Aiiewa-oth- M The adjourned maetiug of the ('Hy Council waa held on the 9th Inat., and lb following buaioeaa traeaacted-rMeeting called tv order by Mayor Wright, all member anawermg to roil - call. rd. - On Monday of thda weak .W. I1. Smith circulated a list around th city lor tb purpose of aecuriag eentributlon to Mr. Janiaa Walkar, who laat waek Buffered tha loa of kla wife. Mr. Walker ie an bonaat and iuduatriou man, but for nisny inoatb'pas ha been out of By tb death of bia wifa, employment. eight small children are left to hi ear, and wkil Mr. Walker peraoually mad no appln atfon for charity, bi friemli uaderatood th aituation. Again tha apirit of charity, for which tha good people at Coalville .'and vicinity era noted, manifested itself, and In a remarkably short tim (19.78 In cxU aud (12 iu merchandise wer down oa tha liat, It waa givan ia a apirit worthy th good cause, and w will warrant that tha heart of ovary contributor beeta witk -- ae-ai- aatUfactiotrat the reeult. Barely- - the greatest joy that come to man ia that following an net of charity towarJ a fallow man ia dlatras. A number of th young and antarpri-la- g man of Coal villa bald a meet Ing at tb Academy building laat Wid iaai day nlgbt for th porpoa of taking tb preliminary (tap toward th or g luxation f a aaviag and loan naaoclation, to b conducted and controlled atrictly a a bom institution. Tb interest shown certainly warrant tha belief that tb society will b pushed to aureate. A bant twenty-fl- v tignifltd thair intantiona to idaulify t bam solve with tb movement, a camwuttaaof lv waa alactad to draft a constitution and by-l- wi, and wb will ubniit th aam U tb main bar at the next meeting, which will 1 bald oua a waak from nail Wadoeaday. Th formation of tbi aociaty i rartaluly a mov in th right direction, and if properly conducted will prove au of tka most valuable iaatitutiau for tb young matt and for tb towh that baa aver been It will teach tbam to aava, educate theca in.btiMa, and in many other way prar of great valu to them. The llaratd, In commenting ou the jubile at Sait Lab On Monday, say Tha Republican party ol Utah doffed it ebeapoau to Colonel Isaac Trumbo yesterday aud it bad reaaon to. When Uisantuultd ytorv. I Hist our Asians suy lies ttmmb Is oirr country's story Happy wbca bw welfare calls, lie who corutuert tie who falls The tail of Jauiea Welah, fur lumber uiedon bridge, (25 63, waa allowed. Hill wt Molvm Ball tor (24 for tabor ui. w referred tulhe comwitte on lamia, with pvwer to act. Dwarf Frwby lighting alreet, lamps was allowed Bill of W. If. Bram li for (4 6d (selling city prisoners, allowed. iri ' ia-.4i3.;- ni Mercantile tl tier hfghsr will we iltatti, BILIM. othcb PEOPLES ApiratlM f tlssik. Preyey by Councilman Wilde. Miuuteaof the regular meeting held November 6lb were read and approved Te headed for their winter range. The county ilerb on Wednaeday i to Hyruia Jurgen-a- u cued a marriage aud Laura W alter, froth of Prop. Ae aani ae fiih (iiute can aecurt the complete official return ui th election It will pnblieh.thetu In tabular farm. am v tins peeper, deeper let u to 1 iu lit mint! of know kales. Miuie s wsslili mini Irani luys spwll Wiu from school ludettll-- K .Xariar-wsi. lktHfot.fii;flrtp'm... . f baa Um flan of diadems. ; ARGAINS I S3, ouwsrd, oawsid a.sy ws prrss Ttirootb tbs pstb of duly, si. irtuo to trus lisppl urss, Kxeeltoom Into tmouty Slludv aro uf Celestial binli, ul sorlb. tfaSs ws Ihsu a V The repot of Treasurer P.sll for tic Bieulb of Ut loiter was reed and refer red to Ui ceinmittee on finance Th eat toua report for (A toiler wi read aud approvad, 4 petition from J if. .'aluion, utv rltr Uus suit Ckwrr, Hearts aud ItautJ. Whore air Srrsutr rouiforts ait. In tbo wihicsi wrail.sr Ob' Uuty wauder widr wliu roam fur tbs Joys of fife fiom home. Mute Cor lx I We Have a Big Stock of g lik ' That we must sell at some price to cut down our stock. Prices that have been unheard of before in this western country; ufili-mtv- in. J. The report of the committee on finam e waa read and accepted. K. lias Shull li .Mm's. loe n traveling tbeeuuiily I La paat week with Sir. Barker, assist mg the latter la makTh apeeiai commute appointed on of tha city aurvey reported that they had ing bit map tha county, accepted and paid for the city aurvey List uf 1. attars plat and atlas made by li. D. Rage. The Remaining um ailed for at tha repot t waa signed by Mayor Wngbt, iu Coalville n November 16, 1394. Councilman Cliappel, Clark, lHsuiing, Whan calling fur any uf the letter, and City AtLgneyMark Hopkins pleas aydvertised; On Motiou, Mr Sawlcy waa allow it T lurrut Samusl Kirk mail lira A.H Carter exan. to work one day pall tax on Hawley M Isa Harttia 9iUy A. D bowsa.r M uf on Councilman bridge, petition Chap MINNIOSAKY APfOlSTMESTS. pel. Tb eounell then acted on the fallowtiammU Stake. ing raeigiiatiou pres nted at tha meeting Fdmuud Fldicdge and U. Y. Bullock onJulyBtb; Dec. 9; at Btms, Nnr. 26; 7b tkt .Viuor anti Sfrmhtrr of th (itg hello, Dee. 10, IoalrllleWamblp, Baxt Ward, Jen. ; Coitnni if CoalnU Ciltt t O ; Upton, Feb. 2; .Ruckpurt, Fab. 24; A it ia aiy intention lu attend arhoolat Henefer, March 10, Kamaa, April 23. Bravo this wlntar, 1 hwrawith tender my A. Kiaher and Joseph H. Wild JoMph resignation a city recorder of Coalville wt K k iHit, Nov. 25; lleneler, Bee V; ton, lec ldjWansbip, Jan. 6;Col-kaCityt th earn to tab effect Novem111, ThaukiD 1894. ber Wrcf, Jan. 20; Bcho, Ksb. 3; you fur I am, many favor, respectfully yours, Evanston, Feb. 24; flenfr, March 24; W. ti. r iswts Bcna, Aprtl 21 F rank V . Merchant and Levi Peareou Tb reslgnstion waa aceeoted aud Ed ward Saw ley waa elected to fill tbe at F.ibo, Nov, 25; Coalville East Wtrd, Itoo 9, Kamxx, Dec. 16; Tark Citv, Jan. vacancy. Waiiahio, Jan. 20; Coalville, Feb. 3; 6, Oa aioHou (59 waa appruptiwtcd to Oakley, Feb. 24; Snyderville, March 10, th Mayor lor coaliugent fuud. Rockport, Alarch 24 ; tloytaville, April 21, The meeting tbeu adjourned , benalic-lioJohn- - Hurtin and Hobart . Marckafit by Coauotltnau Chappet, at Coalville Ward, Nov. 25; Kamaa, Dec. 9, lUnefor, Dee, If); Hoytayille, Jan 6, Oakley, Jan. 20; Wanablp, lab, .1, wii) dei villa. Fab. 24; Echo, March 111 the A aociety baa been organized Cualville, March 24 ; Rack port, April district school. Some of tha lucinliera 20, 21 f tli auclety kolvl office and have conJune Salmon and William A. Wilson trol of th meeting. Thus who have at Kama, Nv 28; Oakley, Dec. 9; held the office up to Novemiwr nth Snulrrv die, Dec. 16 ; IVoa, Jn, tt; Hen; Waa-shi- p, are a fellow: President, tiiiue efer, Jan 20, FarkAbtyFebr-S-March leb. 24; Hovtavtlle, Blm he Ball , Kiho, March 24; Coalville, April 21. 10; Tkoasat; EffleJklliaou. Jsuaes 1 owlr and Robert A. Jouea at secretary, Nov. 25; l'eoa, Dec, 9'; Th Fuldtc School Society luet Fridav, lec lfi; Echo, Jau. 6: Kockpott, November 9, 1894, at tbe Brick m bnol-Jau 2ti. Feb. 3; Coalville houa. Tbe- - following progiam wa Fast Ward,Fvaastou, Feh, 24; Wanthip, March raudered . 10, f'pton, March 24; Snydervtlla, April Boat-ott- inti-rmb- I I McuS BJatk C1uk(v A hum mu, tu Men's fane Mrlum ii . -- i ml ill fl IK U Youth Ft 1350 It llavt-viH- i 15o11 MU' s 1 heap at Coal-vill- e, Youths suits, 15 to 19 years, at Same goods aa you have been paying at Youths suit, 15 at $io. T hast I aqits-arebajgai- Jn. ?, rry 8 00 us Boy' Suits, 8 to 14 yers, 10.50 n-- 5 15. kinds, all sizes and all prices- all Boys suiUr8 lo Boys suits, 8 to Boys suits, 8 to Boys suits, 8 to years, at 14 years, at 14 years, at 14 3.85 5. 50 4 to 8 Years, Children Buit3f Childrens' suits, to 8 years, t A dandy, and a bargain at $2. 25- - at Prices that are Astonishing. at . . . A amt for little money. Regulau price, 3.75. . suits, 4 to 8 years, at . . . r A good article, and usually sells at 1.75 ; Childreas suits, 4 to 8 years, at n ' Extra good, sod sold b y coiupe tit o r sat 15, Childrens suits, 4 to 8 years, 7S first-da- sa 1 JS ? j N CHILDRENS JERSEY SUITS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. i DLL' : I OIEAT.J tr, 1 i. r , mm mxm perfect C r 40 YEARS the STANDA1UJ. 75 75 $4 FOR THE OUTFIT. j l, t u sat. - Ask to see our Line of BOYS COMBINATION SUITS, Consisting of Coat, two pair Pants, and Cap to match. Ages 4 to 14 years, and only Bftllle of Trt&tou I t Kli a I Maple, Ood of the KtihfMU m Nolltr VMIIinik Hketch of Vftpoloon Bootfrarte .'del. - tor Youths Sflitft 15 to 19 years, at Regular price on these, ia. Youths suits, i to 19 years, at Neat aad nobby, and just the style. Cheap at r - 25 00 5- $ O.50 - e, . 1 th and Thomaa Beard at Wansbip, Nov. 8; Shydervilla, Dec. 9; Fvanslon ltoe. 16; Henefer.Jan. 6; UpBtugmhU Albert IMiU.mA ton, Jan 20, Huytaville, Feh. 3, Echo HooUaUim Th Ikmvm oro Ftlhnjt Ko . . . . kport, March 10; leoa 4Sl'Jp Htau Feb 24, . Blamhw Hail Manh 24, Oaklay. April 21. iDCtnmkftQUl 9iude Hull and T. L. Beach at Park The following ay on Obedient e I xteorge itv, Nov 25, Evanaten, I toe. 9; Rock wae delivered by F.ffie Alliaon Dee lt , Upton, Jan, 6; Pena, Jan port. "Eapecially ta tb echootroom dus 2u, Snyderville F'eb. 3; Ilanefar, Fab to enforced. be obadtence weed Cualville Eaat Ward, March 10 Iftbepn 2t, U anship, Nlarch 24; Echo, April 21. pil ia diaobedlent, h know that be i. m Ralph Maxwell and W. E. Pack, Jr., jurlng bimielf, and no one els in Heneter, Nov. '25; Echo, Dee. 9; Park Uoular, auleee it be bia fellua et,leul. Citv, I toe. lfi, Coalville, fl: Kama, Our school law are not 0 rigid but tlnU j Jan 20 , Kw kport, Feb. 3; Peoat Feh. ovkler, March 10; Bnydervilla, any atudant can observe them ami profit ' by doing. No Uacher in these dSiM and Arthur will require earthing of bi pupil Imt MatVell at I oalville, Nov. 28; Oaklv: for ltoc would Ro. be tbe eludtut' twurfii, wbat lfi, kport, Jan. 6; Snvdervill there lor it eheuld he tbe student s prin. Jan 20, Kama, Feb. 3; Iloytavill Feb 24 , March 10; Hpnefar, April cipal aim tab ubedieut. It imt only make it more pleasant (or himaclf, but John i'askett aad W. J. Wright at alee for tbo around faiui. A pupil who Park Citv, March 24. Tbotua Copley and Jamaa Walsh at 1 liable to I tb dlaohedient I i I. ..J 5 at Wt. worth iL 2 censistm of black, black mixed, gray, brown, gray mixed and brown mixed; 1 n.- a Fl( 50 16 to 19 years, Suits, , ye Ft 19.50 k Ml I.o Our h in I) H y 111 Goo ami il'ii Mens extra io 12.50 L Cannot jCr ji it ? h- - i n n Addrawa, RftCitftUoO, $ 8.75 Mens Suits at ic at lustrunenUi Suits at mil ItiMsugh the aam example. It make th m buol- The person, named herein will pfoaa room more pleaaaut, end 1 am certain it cuniidvr this na official notice of their should lie the Bloat pleasant pUie on PwHnf.enu. Epmowd FjjBtKt, John Bovoaw, earth, but tf there bra student w bu die j Thomas L. Atxu, obey th aimpl role of whool the r,.u Commllt. taachor th tptuuved W, W. Curr, Prea. i, u,,B. equeaco it tha 18 N(,t. It. q palled at time to reeort to eever altogether against hi own Awrded will. A etudeut should be even if the Uacher it compelled to, Highest HoBora Worlij P(!f, Mverly ptjnisli th violator. Ifitwri pot eo, Mpedahy in feme, localities, th atudenU would control th a btl, Imt oa tko other hand, if all the student do a they are required, H create luve be. f tween the teacher and pupil. AatuJentj WKae Otkera Pall who disobey th raise and i punished Hood flarapari!!a build np Ike aliat-Ure- d will always dislik hi teacher aud fiia sveum by giving Vigorous action ta attend atbool. Th conae.ji.em like to the digestive organa, creating a a ap, that h who diaihay progr- -e blood. It ia petite and purifying tl prepared by modern methods, poaeaaea ilawly Iu hi etuJiea. Ba aladiem and the greatest curative powers, aad ha to do a jau are askad! . tb moat wonderful record of actual always willing but if you don't will well, all and go cure of any medicine Fu aiiatonc. will go wrong. Let no then all tty to Taka only Mood's, obey our teacher and he will be the ou j Hood Pill are purely vegetable, and j' jr yrho willappreclatelt. MOST do not purge, pain or made grip. 25c. Ui Little Ball acted a critic. f r I celebration in Balt Lako of th only vtctory Ilia Republican party will over achieve in Utah, Colonel Trumbo wa elected a a man to handle it and h discharged hit dutia admirably. Very low rata ware obtained from ike rail road rompaniea and all road led te Balt Lake yeatarday. Tb g. o. p. adherent commenced to arrive on th drat train and they kept pouting iototbe city all horaeback, day. They cam afoot, io carriage, oa bicycle and on railroad They ram front Cache county, Han pete and pretty nearly everywhere alee, end, with the entire tarritery to draw upon, ill no wonder that Trumbo wa ebl to keep bi pronds aud give tb people a great show. After th barbecue at tbe exposition ground tka patriot teak a raat and prepared (or th grand Splurge at night. For tavern! hour tha town waa painted n vivid carmine, while torch flared, rocket flashed and tb crowd chaeml. After tha pared m meeting were held at th theatre and th Continental MarkeL r j fL. Till Y ou Cant Rest. uarebnl, wa iad auk log that an utuprtaluittuf h ZH h uial tu Miiher Harris, Wdiich wastfie amount lealurl rtKsosxi. oyer and above all expense Ly the sal-an animal from the estray putm Itoliert Junes of Hrurfrr viaiied Cusl' Petiliou granted. trill Tueaday, A petition of lhe Ui cliHractei Dr. Gregor of Bark t ity was for au appioprlatiuii to iatnuvl villa Wednesday. Clark of (4 25, also rsalixsil from tl r Mr John liopkiu ol LiliiTwiiriirculal ssle of an animal from tha eatrav )ouitd around Coalville uu Imsiueas thi mg above exieiiat, waa granted. Th couueitlee on rtreele, alleys and wruk. B. S. Cliandler has again aasuined hi bridge, to whom wae referred the matter of repairing a certain plec of road in old dutiee on the lailruad and moved to Cualville Spring Hollow, reported, end recom w bo be Mis Brlmm uf tlel-ei- , mended that a culvert le put in The raport was accepted and tbe ieom been vtoittng with her frieuda her fur a few day past, returned huiue Wednesurendatlon adopted 'rh committee on streets, alleys and day. W. F1. Mnilli made an utiu-ia- l visit to bridge, In whom wa refered lire petition of J H. Salmon asking for an 'ark City and Halt Lake Wednesday. s itoi of (2b fm a - piece of toad Alma Hniith ax uuuuty deik ht land a of in through hi ahsetn. poilurn ruuaing during fiprtug Hollow, was read, stating Ihil J. M. Goodwill, lepreMiitmg the Salt th eomauttee could see no just claim, laka Tribune, was in Cualville yesterday aud recommended that th petition he looking up matter fur the New Year uot granted. Tbe report waa concurred edition of hia papei it waa determined to bar a territorial Or. Prices Cream Baking Powder ' Co. Childrens Jersey suits, 4 to 8 ye.iis, at . . . A beauty. Cheap, jpmd and stilish. sold for 3 50 " .... Has always 1 Childrens Jersey suits, 4 to 8 eats, at 5 00 Just the thing fot tour little lxys, and worth 6. Ceildreus Jetsey suts, Jo yeais, at ,.,,..6.00 The finest intholamt, anl sold ull over the couutiy ' for 7. 50. - Call and pjcamlneour line of these Goods.' It Is no trouble to show goods In fact.it is such a good line that it isa pleasure to Us to show thenri to yoy, Yours respectfully," ; PEOPLES MERCANTILE 00.. A SC0WCR0FT, Manager.