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-- -- ytr- 4 ! IN THE TERRITORY lBha CENTRAL ROUND-U- FOR THE P SOCIAL AND AMUSEMENT. BOLD ROBBKRY. rnih HI4 IpMd Tbivmji., KbM-Pt- Uy - Vmrm Mil O loCoalv.llefromh.s home, eral be rtrtiM.' Tbssters sad AainanU '' , '-''- I "V Jr'r V Cash Bargain Store Cn.nl , f Ah. W .k . Tli amusement and social event in been quite . held Coalville th past week have while ike date, n.ttierotlt .oJ.xjor.ble, . ite m pwiuW.. f.r wk . PAST WEEK. Wlisiftjt- , all. "' -- DEALER IN- - end robbed of 35. Ju.t lu Oar Hn1n From Kttry Fart np reiMiin1 the com thou lull. men! f the Territory, Taken From Mgr THSntlUi)1 BAM.. :-: lpHii nut tlon hint, and with dr.r-"- 1 9 T.i at fbe ta iffou bii f 'ndlyTaet Thbatf ftfVoM'Vr'4''tfefiiudeJ He iiimm a well attended end ihe music furn- ayy . &. immediately delivered Ins pur-- e, . Tr ished bv the celebrated Kraus Staters' Charles Thiede ha. denied a Hjj fcio in money to the rot'lei:vrho a new trial hr the Supreme ronrt, lliereupoa commanded Mr Farnsworth Gncbeelra of Ogden we higblv ewjoyed. and he a ill be kangad to make tracks foi Coalville. lie obeyed, j Iersoual fr.eudi of member, of the and visit un. K iavg.in Nation young man named and reported the affair o the otfuvii. mdured them to remain for COALVILLE, UTAH 'ltred l)aiien, eon of Paul Hansen of HivwaUlta.id otlier jewelrv were n.l,11 8undav . w hen tbev were taken to ,cd to their bome-io Providence, had oue of hie toga badly taken, lhe othtciJ think thev have a R1 ' loud in thtir pruire were Ttiev w '.dew to the h jhivaviuc, und e ,, Ogdeu. cru.hcooii Wednesday ot t ha entertainment they re civet! Trinn Manti Messenger . Wool buyers are ts et- - tliem run ,t,,. , ni u II the time for getting numerous. eansidertnt' awhile liefora aelltng or Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated, Mr. Aha obtaining an advance mi the spring 1 HvnwI & Co , lowr!!, Maas . dip Maeel at the Pavilion last night was d It is nh pleuaur that I KI? yu helpt ! die to Pavson Died, at hei hum in , n 4 ur feut another ucteasful affair. The music qtiautitv waslaatu is not 1 Uio of ' w of f U(Hd fcttlUi March 12, 1815, tke furnished Payton, consumption, by Wright On hestia, ,j were madebv the thieve, to. over Vi tokru tluw a lUl Jennie Fott, w ife id Dr II P. Foi t, HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE STA TIONERT. COAiyiLLE. I. tracks, a large quautitv .f fnd it was pronounced good by all. This Fever and a Bad Couh ami 14 data. eJ,, resniH2y.r.6 month, 111 iUe J'J Uen left on the ground hand ts rapidly improving, and should Follow inc thti sure cun oa , Was Urn in havannah , Vugu-- t 28, 0(W-W(.- r receive more encouragement from our tween tlie l a lower nbk In abort tiM M , are and the trail, iaa 1 Uier broke ou the tft 4. 8bo WouM tobO vj(de 'now in sot pursuit t sine luoulh iiui wbon wo bad iuooood Ml opelU si 17- Mr. ( aniline Of home Herald, wllb Ow 4 great deal of complaint is heard of o0 In overmiHK IhtH aho would eiwl 114 dyu looklnf On wife of Joiih Oalairne. form.in of the the raids of sneak thieves the evlnetday night Profeisoi Mayo teka td highHer neuiiwu4 tew moitof waa AMt past a musical entertainment at C lulTa oorrupuoiL oozed fiuui hereof Horn Silver mine at Frisco, died at her months, and uit!e-- s the thieve- - ate aj- 4fur ecb ltck b bo letidecce, 231 South Firrt West slieet. prehetitled soon th ere - liable to be a j k,U1- - lb attendance was very imull. rin tins city yesterday, aged 38 years. camtvet artu lea left around for the ' He 'M ,,olher pfrfonuauce eoree wore and all tieUwrt IwIhI tn gtoa bee SalinaPresa, The new bridge across robber, to ofierate on. Bridles, gloves, ,j?lber wH-- a ball, lu U tin JiuoU a fcUraFrlll rrlhf until the Sevier river at sWallville is com- leatiiei, flour and ail sort, ef artu Irs After sLo U4 uk n o. b UuN we euuUI o arsarwuii. esarv that ahe wm brttrr We eoutmuod until abe It i one of the moat snbataa-tia- l have iveen diaapiaring at a remarkably pletedOn Moudav evening a farewell party b4 token ibrce botiioa Now ab wok Uka structure, in the (ountv, reflecting tapid r te of late; ami it is to be lioped WM given Mt Maude Brackau at the The Bloom of Noatth fe I grateful, and earmot graat credit upon the jieofde of Walle-vill- e that the right pxrtiet will be caught residence Of Mr. and Mr. W. W. Cluff, and U ft as a pit ay WoDtuuh la ?or of ilo4 storaapanito. a nnd needed bridge they and They brought to justice. Sr., it Via the evening prior to her Mai. A. M. Adam. Innuiu, leunotaew. got it wrtb but little aid from thej for her home at St Ooorge, , departure Hoods PUIS al easily, yei prompUjr and w tth Ins.. VvhenvQUare ti.UHtinaU.-dcounty. A of her friends were pres sffickeoUy, od the Uver u4 bowcla. 25c. number large of apetite, headsthe, take one of Dr Fork Item American Died, in J. tl. .McLean's Little Liver Pilleis. ent, and after indulging in various American Fork, March 10, 188.r, of old They ;tre pleasant to take and will cure game and amusements until 10 o'clock, ccputtii. .uni in ti.c tight lirection of her Fine Display of - vial. , gei you. Twenty-tiv- e age, Mrs. Jeanette Hutchinon, the merry party repaired to the sjni; 'I. 81 veara. She leaves seven children to in in themselves as its j hall, where they enjoyed Fieri r rt :c tn w rntosai.. mourn her loss. The funeral was held V j trl.i. brother, dancing fer a couple ef hours Refreeh-l- r fill. I u . U at her home Thursday and was quite Mr. oiuool ot Provo i touihed by i a fr.. 1, intents were then served, and after relargely attended. (.Wlville ou a visit with relative. th best wishes of her friend snrliine Wefitnnnt overestimate the ceiving of Received a Beautiful Herald, 17 Henry Frecklaton, a . ,i Metar. John and llariwrl Clark of the part) dtepeised. .mints moral and religions power coal miner, died at vt. Marks hospital cd n it, i oiinui ni- -t lays her hand I'pton paid Tun Tims s hurt vi.il yesterday, agrlie result of injuries re- Tuvs-ia)- . on cur n.. g i,uw, he plants thu first ceived in the Castle Gste mines on the tl e hrt impressions, Of the latestest .1,, c ji,xk-Wmi. II. hmitiv w8.it in tu salt styles. Girls and Boys Sailor Hats in all shades, Uth int. The remains will be sent Nuudnv to life her influence ami all thnmgtt In duties ou from each. Girls, call and see the latestst fad ia cents to 25 75 ( back to his home at Castle !ate of is bl.'ir g ' liciuc tn her petit and jury. White Ladies, bring your last summers : coal Leghorn. in Chip The Salina Pres min, and in so iety , Many a woman P tinder Almy wa low n from tin was in h.M.i.r of Mis Maude Boweiiof friends, I have trimmings in great variety. over. trimmed it have at hat Salina canvon give promi-- e of a new does t. c woi k ot her hie without being t tlie guentuf Mr. Thack who checks Iaik la.gan, distributing Vedieday MISS MAGGIE SALMON- industry at this point. The mine now noticed nr orn. The world lias never the miners. eray during her viit here, About being developed bv Liddle Bros, is but aiiioug In r 'i boiit'g f r her ihihlren, maksen F.J McCarthy came uo frutn Salt Iatke twenty couples wete present and the three miles from town. A sixteen inch arid happy. ing tber i.nci and in which increases vpent several day in visiting in evening was tuot pleasantly passed. She lets a i hh store of practice good vein is uncovered, ProgrcsHiv whist, soiige, so iai com vets Coalville this week. width as depth is attained. futld of tact, skill, nerved to make sen, an ample nic? refreshment and Tribune: Tho Provo lion. Alma Kldredge came out fremthe inventiveneaa-an- d manageebrewilticss, the evening pass quickly, a'titution, the oldest of its kind in Constitutional Convention Wednesday ment. it is bard work to form the a eiHHUHif. 'pAkrv. Utah, waa closed yesterday on a chattel and returned the same even ing. young mind, to give jt direction and teWilde th I .sat Friday for th evening, mortgage in favor of the Z. C. M. L, of st 'ucnmisMo.b'veiopMt Lv TuesDKAlJtR IN- J. L. Boyden want to halt Lake few others, enjeyed g oil and true, It is hard work to make a thia city, in the sum of 25,0l,36. The with telefamily, a was called be whither by day, confessed judgment in the Prove Co-O-p at th reaideac ol Mr. huff hW happy., .!. i tit eortader of the gram stating his mother, who ia visiting themselves i. First Iisti ict Court, early in the mom-inBarber. The party met at world ia t ckncs ; her aocicty eoothe Mrs. Joseph UU there,wM quite and Colonel Webber went to take 8 oclock. After tvro hours dancing, the world after it toils, and rewards it Mis Vinnie Copley waa Compelled to was served. Bongs and speeches for pcrploxitle- - But iu nuotber and possession. supper on for school a time account her up then indulged In until the hour of better btnt-e- , a good wutuau never grow Tribune, HI: B. B. Quinn of Bing-htt- a give Miss Maggie Kalman i were of sickness received an official notification 1 :S0. The number in attendance was old. Fvwe th old maids l.x.k charming filling tier place in the schoolroom. The surprised one were wlien enijiloyed t good and noble work. thirty-fivyesterday of appointment by the Supreme Mis Maude Bowen ef Logan ie in the court te the position of the United Mr and Mrs. Eaimauuel Wild, who We have rollegc for women, conducted th guest of Mr. and left for their homo in Carev States Commissioner. Th appoint- city visiting friends, county, entirely by them. America pointwith M. and family. Miss Allison Mrs. E, ment was made after the adjournment of Idaho, on Tuesday last. great pride to her poets. In 1886 the , court last Saturday. Mr, Quinn is the Bowen is a teacher, and take much United Mee had women worktitat NKXT ftKKXV FBOGKA, in schools. only United states Commission it) the interest follows: Artists, 2,061; authors, 320; for billed The amusement The editor and hie wife had a positive eeunty outside of Salt Lake City. weok areas follows:' Saturday Ootnmerral ttavelers, 242; juornalleti, Lehi Banner : We are pleased to learn understanding Sunday, and west down and next March 23, the Uld Home Dra- 288; lawveie, 75; physicians, 2,432; that o many of oar farmers nave raised to Echo where thev had a few words night, , 165 ; printers, 3,450; teachers, 1. Michael Erie and Froexing pteaclu-tsmatic in means enough to put them np barns and p. tied. Mrs. Pinned took the train 1,131, saviag 154.375; Mother-in-Latelegrapher. a night, Tuesday with the money they got from their for Salt Lake to visit friends for a few nothing of the scientists, lecturers, re March 26th, the Indtuu War Dance, beats. We hope this will continue days. She retarned Wednesday. forinere, ' iritentore, li veteran war Indian tbe be to given by until every one of them will be able to Miss Maude Bracken who has been etc. .We have a brarian. historians, now residing in Summit county Thursf gel all tho comfortable outhouse they visiting wiilT her aunt, Mrs. W. W. the by great employed Coalville many goveritient the March 28th, night, day We need for their stock. wattiMo see in A Cele- in their diffcient branches of business, CT, Sr , and going to school the past them fixed so tliev can enjoy life equal winter, left for her borne at St. George Home Dramatic Company, and giving bptter satisfau tion than taea te any men in this goodly land of oure, on Tuesday last. Miss Bracken has brated Case. for their honesty and eteadinesa. 1 pity because they are entitled to all the made he h many friends in Coalville during A COMPOSITION thi&nc!isJLjnaa ks comfort they can get. her visit here, and aoroe of our young to women educated from nothing lar Aroerilnn Fork Item The Gold wen are now y Dixie with the wearing a blow Apr. Ad 1 f tb Washington alwava spot Bjr Trtti, 'Dollar mine, located nerth of Lehi, look. ' - ........ Crvrk Srhovl. of pride ef hi aged mother, av- rM gteafejt &ad owned by our friends Messrs. F. C. that her good Influence and noble Women S houTcl'bavOS good an edu-- SIGNAL TRIUMPHS WON. Raabe and K. Robinson, is showing up mado him the great ui.iu he wae, mind tion as man. A'drueNroman hast well. Roek has been taken oat that Dr Pne Crtaw and the By ruler of our country. Bakina moiai her in'lter Fwdr power own, peculiarly assays 8.25 geld, 5 f er cent silver, end The aigaaFTriumpa have been achiev- influence, which when duly; developed Learn thoroughly what you learn, he iron. now cent ten per in They tire Dr. ed Cream Powso ever it Prices realm. makes by over her wide little, and you may apeak of it queen Baking feet end soon rxpoct to strike twenty-l- v der. secured First A few it with her thia But aha confidence. can as award highest possess only th main ledge. Ten tone of ore is no and Diploma at the Worlds Columbian powers are cultivated. Educated, and fact a and ideas are worth a whole library n the dump. for Prospects look.fine Exhibition of 18U3. Next it secured cultivated women wield the ecepterof of tiBcsrUni knowledge. Begin at the the ow nars and onr sincere wish is that award and gold medal at the authority among men. Wherever cul- beginning, and though, after all, It highest A will bo the mine prove to gem refine-men- t. provedjnit a mere smattering, you are Tribnne. 17 : Hie mind a perfect California Midwinter Fair ot 1894. At tivated women dwell there ia both Fairs it ail lnfertned To be she on on point more, and youf a cultivated surpassed woman, competitors blank, Joseph Peterson, a Swede, aged tu every respect. The award, in each mutt commence early ia life. Whether life will be lmppier for making the effort 25 years, waa taked before Jodge Mcwas for strongest leavening he works or plays, travels or remains By gaining an education you shall have Nally in Probate court yesterday, and instance, and exat perfect power, home, converses with friends or your reward in th rich etoree of knowlpurity general xsmination7 was cellence. It was sustained undergoing the tbe unantodies books, gazes at flowers, er toils edge yon have thus collected, and which erdered remanded to the Asylum for the imous vote if th judges. by Tb victory at Chicago establish tbe in th kitchen washing dishes, visit the hall lie at your command. While fleet Insane at Provo. The evidence di The Fore- pleasure parties, er the sanctuary of niT aitik, storehouses consume si.d closed that tb unfortunate yonng man upremary of Dr. Price most Baking Powder in th World. God, eh keeps this object before her riches fade, the intellectual stores you had been a. prosperous farmer near Tb at Fan Francisco confirm triumph mind, and taxes all her powers for its have thus gathered w ill be permanent Draper until about two weeks ago, wlien and emphasises it. In every data of society, and erdnriag; a bank whose dividend attiaoient.'f he became' very violent, since which Old people euffer much from disorders women should awaken to tbeir duty. are perpetual, whose wealth ie time it ha been necessary to keep him however freqnentth organs, and are always They have a great work to do. It i not draft under gnahi. lie was taken to Provo of the urinary gratified at the wonderful effect of Dr. enough that they should be what their upon it. How wise to secure an fares last evening. J. H. McLean Liver and Kidney Bains mothers were. - The possible a complete and lasting educa spirit of the times tion. in banishing their troubles. $1 per botThe Brigham Bugler reports the of n women Tails for order a higher tle. . deaths in that city last week: Everybody ought to knew that the character and life. Womans good inCwafsrmce Bates Vis C. P, SI. g, MrjCLrieteoe poahw of ... the Third most affective cholera mixture ever ie fluence ckief the anchor of society, Ward, died Tuesday evening from pneu For the Sixty-FiftAnnual Conference and ! i composed of an ounce of arom- this Influence ia purifying the monia and old age. Two months ego of the Latter-Da- y Saints in Salt-La- ke, acid -- mixed with three 6Ifid world work sulphuric the she has already eh w as taken ill ; later almost recovered, April 5th, Ctb, and Tth, the Union of "f,e paregoric. The dose is one bnt about a week ago took a relapse and Pacific will sell round' trip tickets from complished will last forever. No costly j in four time that quantity teaapoonfni marble could build a more enduring deceased shortly after succumbed. The all points st reduced rates. From monument to her ini-- ! Th tree of this mixture as th than memory About a Coalville, Wanahip and Park was 77 years old. . City the pression she make On her own hoii- - i',0T1 tfl firt symptsm of cholera week ago Mrs. Peter Forsgren of th fore will be $2.00, round trip. Ticket A true mother reign a qtteeu la aPfr, il stop aay rase, po matUr let Ward was attacked with pneumonia. on salt April 3rd to 7th ;. Good for hold. w pparentlv severe it Mm children hearts of the her Tl forever. may Tuesday night the died from the effects, return until April 15th. On April 4th, is absolutely destroyed by gsrm hie the crowd Sieve may by rough The deceased .was 65 yeafa of aga. 5th and 6th trains will leave Coal ville at woman will turn his coarsnesi; slmtel any form of mineral acid and Monday, Mrs. Ann Olton, mother of 12 :50 p m ; leave Echo at 8 :15 p m; also queue, ulhjric ia believed to be the mu,t into a cheerful life; men may make laws Olsen, died nt tbe ripe old regular trai n will leave Echo at 11 oclock E i and conduct woraeriTTritl legislatures slipped! a. m. Sge of 92. Seven years ago eh A. A. Paaav Agent. end-mold their the gcboolrootn mindajn Fayetteville, Tenn., March 20.-- Nw a tbe ice, fell and hurt her hip. Ever fe do not carry Cheap Jolin goods, but we guarantee to sell An order from any ef ourmerchanl has reai.he.1 her that Harriet Talley, since she ha been feeble. She was low as the you goods that will giv you satisfaction at prices as probably th oldest woman in Brigham will be taken on subecription at Taa menW. Cruelty eh despise; puntyj colord, last before by night and firm. see fot other Call of sold j.ged : offiee. waa one can death of this her Tun at the time by any satire articles she' admires; music she levee and her. e,ob ntar & prskurg. W. ROBERT GEORGE eitya pioneers, livinga in the pldof fort snrYOUEC, this Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder homei full of Its melody. Kh suspected ortumlng the dwelling of Dr, your.vrlve. in 1854 nnd has been resident Wanship, Utali. passe man In th quickness of her per- - ' AwarM CaU Madl Mutartur . tea Ponte a. city 41 year,' .i. to GENERAL ' MERCHANDISE, . JM A'JDX igTA J Except Groceries. tx-e- 1 n TORE. Makes Pure Blood . Prescriptions- - Fi lied . i -- Dr. W. VISICKi j u - Hoods I- DENTIST: Cures Will be at the Weber House, Coalville, From April 1st to April 6th inclusive. MISS MAGGIE SALMQN. ( 1 n hns-ban- d Spring Just , Millinery. Assortment Ladies, Misses and ChildrensHats, , -- c Respectfully, WILSON BROS. 1 1 i 1 v laiii mil Ci e. T Lump, per ton $2.00 50 Stove, per ton - Nut, per ton f:, .50 -- At the Mine. -- who-lhln- Always On Hand at the well-define- d WJ8A1DH E v - IvtA.ro.p 1.50 unJi-mimth- ng h r 1 : - J !. - PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Wasatch Dept. O. S. M. Co Geo. W.& Robt. Young. Wanship GENERAL MERCHANDISE. J swa f i ' ) v . V SiTCX'?