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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

CONDUCT OF OUR WAR HAS BEEN ENERGETIC As Compared With Other Wars, Uncle Sam I Has Made a Record. Progress Has I Been Satisfactory. I There arc Mm persona In th Unit-1 cd But and good many alMwherc 1 who Ond much rauie for complaint In what they art pleased to term tbe dil atory proamnion of Uncle Ram's war against the Spanish Dona. Ware the hlcker thoroughly familiar with l In annals of the present century they would know that to date event ha noted lth ramarkabla rapidity aloe the beginning of hostlllllra laat April. 11 la true that tha Franco-Pruaalan war waa ahoted alone with much ureter celerity sail ao, pcrhapa, waa the war between the lialo-l'ruaalan alllanrc and Auitrla, but In that two run coudltlona were ao different from those pravalllag In tha present war that remparlaona arc by no maana fair In neither caae waa It naeeaaary for the njurraaaUe nation to put to aea. let nlonc expand a little group of between M.0O0 and 30.000 fighting men, barely month to maintain military...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

H FOR "WOMAN AND nOME M ITEMS OP INTEREST FOII MAIDS HHHJ ANDMATHONS. HHHJ Seme Carrrnt Kola nf rn.hlon A HHHJ ttaaatlfal rteolas; Urnin In I tor HHHJ Hatln l-rrtty Low Wrrkad tlr.Mea (or HHWJ Ihlltr.n-I'miklm "tho.,1. HHJ Training llna.eni.es. HHWJ Dtlgltn authorities recognlie the HH fact tbit one of the tint qualification! HHV for wife li thn oblllly to manage, a HHH l ell-ordered home, and have undcrlak- HHH n to supplement booie training In HHn Tboueewlfery by lbs relabllthmenl of clatttt In both the primary and ar- ondary acboola. where tha whole eys- HVK tern ot housekeeping la taught, bnln- HHH nine with tha emalleat children and HHb continuing until the glrla are graduated HHh Ona ot the largett ot these damn HHH la held In tbe basement of a llrutsele HHb tioute. Ona room It at apart (or lee- HHg tur purpose, and In It lecture ara HHf gtTRi on domestic economy, nuralng, HHm care ot children and Invalid!, and hy- HHm xlcne. Another room la turnlahrd aa a HHb kitchen, and the...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

P. . ( PICTURE OF ROYALTY how nunopcAN Nontna dio- POHT THEMSELVns. rrlnrrM lnUa or SUte Cobtirt (lotha, iero lit tho Ijaron nf KnclanJ, In mrrtralnl In n Allium Retail tit Her Ilrrent tlotags. mtS?! IIB Princess Louise of Saxe-Coburg add I loth daughter ot the king ot lll glum has nested troiu a pnlsce to an asylma llohlnd the cradle of Ion ise ot Helglum there were tradl- Mi mum ll0,", '" l'1",,), were example galore The first were In her lilooj, the second before Iw rye. The prince. waa 17 when her marriage occurred. Her husband. In cidentally her cousin, was Just old enough to be tier father Keen acme tbe room you would hate taken hltn for a brewer; do to, for a fool The Kill herself waa not bewitching A Vcnui In everything but beauty, a Minerva In all but bralm. at once pas sionate and obatlnate, ahe waa Just the Itlnd of creature who require for guid ance the hand of Iron In the velvet glove. Tho hand of Philip of Hsx Coburg and Ootha km more abakr than firm. Already, at llonn...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

Cotton of twelve dlffervnt rolon growi In P. r.. JALT LAKE CITY jIBECIORY Utah Implement cb.?rai& 'i T, . Rn a taMr Maae,. ..I l. ak Hoi IMMm lame ) .aann i.iia.,iasloaaras4niBrail WATCHES! JEWELRYfSaS w t. Mii.iai. SWM.I. r.-t s. i l.aki-1-Hj rut. Yfrlt i F r pile . on aartblne? jou Basd " NELDEN, JUDSOII DRUO CO. Id . ? W lra )n MW ! !-. .. it- lu,i Mnrurvf of tt fsMt. V.a l ( . atMl 4Mln m all fcl4 -' "" Sell LakQ Eleolrlc Supply Co. K II Ad I' K W Mwwti I- tonir Tm i itt Whtttftail H.-fH K trull- . J e II.Mi. Utt HlM b i It Nt Mil I wW 8WIITH & ADAMS , School Furniture and Supplfe" itflln i hur t. rn.1 I llirari furniture. V V 'ii ! w Mr.. Hnninm till UU llil I lah II A MrUlilm Ml lun " Tiio Middlesex DanklntfCcT Hour) l I ii ua Irnnr i il farm. In I'tab and flih.. "" Mil mnl.k IIiiIMIik IHTER-MOUilTAlil MILLING Co ! ui. Htraat Salt l.ak lir I ok lllH.a.1 l.l ra l-al.l for ttl.a.t nnl llralu. . ,( ....I I.M.a Mp ,uny TAYLOR-ROMIIEY-ARMSTROIIOTo I W?:rl Lumber Yard I In i...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

GREAT NAM VICTORY. 'IMohtiiifl Bob" Evans Gnipliicaliy Describes the Aimihilation of Ccrvcra's Proud I'Icet. The baltltahlp Iowa iu the Aral ship to ee tb Spanish fleet coming out of tho barber on Ibc morning of July 3 Somebody on lli bridge thouted "What' that bUrk thing romlnR out of the harbor?' A mo ment later tbc Iowa u at general quarter and tin signal wa holated that the enemy' ihlpa wars coming out. A gun was fired to attract the atten tion of the float at 0 li a m ' right ing Dob" Evans, the commander of thu loan, wa sitting In hi cabin, talking , to hla aon. a cadet on the Massachu setts, who, lucUlly. hid lieen left be hind In a picket launch when the Mae teohutclta went to Guantnnamo to coal at dawn Cart. I'tans Hlnry. Capt Evan' account of the battle na told In the cabin of tbe Iowa to n correspondent of tho Ataoclated Pre, la Intensely Interesting lie aald "At the time 'general quarter' wa aounded the eiiRlno If II rang full ipeoJ ahead, and I put the helm to (larboard...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 22 July 1898

I COALVILLE TIMES. H COAI.VIM.E. UTAH, JULVaUW H V. it. flNNKO, Editor and Maneger. I , - j Our dubbins -let B Tim Tinea hat made arraneetuente B wild Ilia followln(C Journal, whereby Bl they ran It' furnlthetl for one year In Hi conmclinn wild Tnr TiiiBa l I he flgnrrf HJI quoted below. Tit fl.nrei ate lor rail-Inedtatre. Tlio-e in aireere, In M order liaalllliemeelei,ftheiliiuuli HM lint, mint rf " ee urcoonl. Piote Hi win, hr already lt'l l lii-Tiielii BJI aiteanc, and within lu aukee-ribe for J m.rufthe lolloKintr Hll !' b HJ ulen the adtanlajt "' ' ' ,"1' H Til lilt will U' added to liu u H ' lime, lint b !! now lendy any ' Hj follnwln. re.it par". HJ TMBrOAI.MI.tr. TIMK AMI HJ Thilee-e-week New York World . W l& HJ Bt. Lo-liltepublloieinl-weekly 2 36 HJ Detroit Free l'reee tend-weekly 8W HI with Year llook and Knejelo4 J .... dl. forlSJl 2 16 HJ St. Lou It Glolw Demnrral trinl- J "' 111 Hj Cincinnati Knqulrer . 2 2n HJ Mlneeendalinere Meeailne ..2M Bample foplr ol any ol t...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

R The Coalville Times. I i i-ai. ., -,: . , ,, ., , i, .,.,.. , , , . ., . - - ,, ,, tM H PATROHIZE HONE INDUSTRY. I niirvo'riDD to a'.eou nsrayagra of sttolOjext cotnrrrir. FREE CQIHABE OF SILVER, IB TO aBl I 7CL y COALVILLE, SUMMIT COOKTt, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUGUST s 1898. Ho 36 MB I THE COUNTY NEWS I ri:m, I l'aol, Utah, AiijUtt 3, 1808 I. KdhohTimk I luteal Hirat.r tor Irrlrat'oii pur oiiliillil.lfJui Imtier than Itliat Ibien many (arm Mill tiilTtr (or wnttr Aa It it now tume ot lli iitutii fa tuiltr I UK nliitc ullicr portion to floixlrd. An equitable illylilou u( tlio water mmlil fin. iuucU iiialn ,IH' "' From l'ir outlook ot ililt time mticli ol tint urolti Hill not (III out unlet walr bo liad anil lliat nl onrr. I litre li vc-jr Kill wattr In (lie titer ami tlie owtitr ol tvrrr illloli ami canal teem lo tulnk of norm but tliemicket. Dlvlilo 11 1, nentlemtn, andilo aa )ou would bn dona by. No. It la not tlie proper tn.l rljlil tiling to make a duck ionl ol the title rrallc anl atr...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

I NORTHWEST NOTES. jSj Ctieyenne boasts tha presence of three H Unitea Slatee eenalora ImI wetk, all SH In ont day H Two boys while hunting rsbbltaneal B Virginia City, Net , found the body ol Hj a whlt child, In an advanced elate ol jH decomposition H Mrs. Wlnhsm of Congre t, Arlt, ahot H herself through the lie art one day laal H neck. She waa lying down on a col jH end used a revolver H A mysterious young man whoclatml 1-H to bare bean a surgeon In the Cuban Hj arm, haa been exciting tha cariosity KH of Chejrrnne people H In a shooting ecrape at Mardlr.Ner , B tatt week. Ham Jonca tried hie beat U H kill Pay Mahan, bat only killed the H ttsmMeban wee driving H Mr, llenejr haa brought auttfor a H divorce against James Honey, at Car H aon, Nev , on the ground that ha atolc H coin from tha United Htatea mint. H Tha trial of tha two Kdward boye at H Hurling, Colo., charged with Uklug M and aclllog cattle belonging to J. T H Meltoberts, haa resulted In a eonvle H tlon of both Hj A mou...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

OUR ill 111 ill I it Instead of Trying to Uscapc It is Doubtful If Any of Our 692 Captives Could Be Driven Away. i (rortimouth, N. II., letter.) Clrllliatlon while )ou wait would be nn appropriate motto (or the prison stockade at Camp Long. The camp la Pon Benvey'a Island, part ot the navy yard, which on the map appears In ! Klttery, Me., and on nRlclal documenta at Portsmouth, lu New Hampshire. Two daya before the St. 1-ouln ateamed Into the harbor with Gt2 Spanlih pris oners o( war nn board the camp ground waa not much better than a desert. Thla end of the Island la bound with rocki, which itlck up through the blueberry bushes and scrubby grasa on knolla and hillside. Col, Jamea Corner, commanding tho Maine (luard, had during hta prevloue term of duty at the navy yard laid out golf llnka on thla eastern end of the liland, Today bs uira the old Iron hole markera na dead line range. Tho best hniarda In tho llnka are spoiled by n little new pine board town of a dozen houses, all but ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

I li mm mm destroyed: H Tiic Official Report of Captain Sampson to H Secretary Long. H Th: Drooklyn Stood (lie Drunt of the Fight at First, Cut Was H Spiedily Joined by the Other Ships Performances H of (he Drooklyn and the Gloucester H Particularly Commended. Hj The navy dtfiartmeiil lint made ub 1 H tli the reporttot AilHilrlniionnil H Iheroniiiiandcreof Ihe vratela nt lilt H Hi el, of tbo tlealruelloii of Ilia Hnnt)i H IK-vlkt KanllagoJuly 1 1 1 a mmt H Important document, i-ltlln, It B does many points concerning whleh H llirrr lM been a inltapprchcntlon H Tim irport It dated off Santiago de m Culm ,'uljr 18. addrraned to Secretary B tong, null I n followa- Hj Sir 11rl.-l have the honor ! M mnUti Ihe following report ii-miii His H lulllc nnd lh destruction ( tli M Hpatilth Miitlrini, commanded by Ad- B mirl frvrrn oft banllagode Cubit on H r,utday. .Inly 9 H'.M. H Hmmd -The rricmy'a rcnnala mum Hj oul of llio harbor helnecn (MU and 10 M , m (lie head of tho column nppcar M I n i...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

OOALYILLB TIMES; ram mutnui co. UOALVIUJs, UTAH. Ninth The Vlteaya was itllt un der the Are o( the lending vcsiels, the Cristobal Colon had ilmwn ahead, leading the chase, and toon passed be yond the rango of the gunsuf the lend ing American ships. The Vlarnya wat aoon Ml on Ore, and at 111 she turned In shore nnd nan bleached at Acecrraderos, flftecn miles from Santi ago, burning fiercely and with her re servo of ammunition on deck already beginning In explode When about ten mile west of Santiago the "Indl nna" had been signaled to go tuck to the harbo- entrance, and at Accerra dcrout the Iona was signaled to "re aumo blockading atatlon " The Iona, assisted by the Crlceson and the Hist, took oil tho crew of tho Vlteaya, while the Harvard and the (lloucvater rescued those of the Infanta Marin Tcresn and the Aliul raulc Oquendo. TMs rescue of prisoners. Including the wounded, from the burning ship, was tho occasion of some of the most daring and gallant conduct of the day. The ships ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

I IAS THE GOMOMMH OF THE WEST HH a"'' , Fort Royal Erased Prom the Earth, By an Act of H the Almi()htyR H (ICInffton Jsmalta, Correspondence I HH Beneath ili Liu watcre of Ihe har- HJj tor of (hit ,ulnt old town lies burled HHj city which was once Ibo seal t( HH wealth and profligacy anil all tbelr at- HJj tendant train of evils In one awful H moment the earth gaped the in) open- H ed In receive the palarea of llcentlooa- H una and cloied above them ami 1 KKI H luckless morula Todsy, when the H waters of Ibe bar arc "till and shining H In the tropical aun th aallnra may H Iran over lb aides of their skiffs and. H peering down through the xure depth B am hs flibea awlmmlDK In and out of H the arches of the old cathedral, the M aharka moving lastly among Urn treat 1 palaces, and th tea moa twining H around lha windows through which B the music and tone of (ho melon Hl were drifting when the fearful visits- WM tlon cam and wiped the city from Ihe H face- of th earth Two hundred yeara H...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

BM To Core Canatlpatlo rocor.e. BH TskeCeecarela Ceade Catksrlte. too oft) IIQUU fallstoture.dngiltiartfeadmossr JH Spanleh Lake, near St. Louis, will here- H after be known at Lake bower. A bath with COH110 IIUTTF.nitll.K jBj ROAl'i etqulellelT sconleLls soothing and SH beneficial. Bold everywhere. M A ehlpverd at Omlnato. Japan, still In JH operation, was ettat)Il.he.l inuu eare ego. jfl "TOC-QUM" CURCS CORNS B Or money batifc lie at all druggtata. S In tamo London hotels the waltera re- W eelve at much at tiMO a year In tlpe. Tli. Altllnle at Cfcetatlaae. Behold tht condition and attlludt at Christiana Tbtr oit In the uni ate. of Ufa with other nun, and bear the tan buffeting!) but thejr art not driven hither and tkllker, tht tport ot wind and water Their lift, "hid wit1 Chrlat In Clod." bears, without break Ing. all tbe ttraln ot the Horn. Dr. Araot, Kor a perfect cotnplfilon and a clear, healthy skin, ute L'OHMO UUTTKIllllLK. HOA1'. Bold everywhere. Teias cutt 1,CU4,UU0,UX) fee...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 5 August 1898

Ba "' I COALVILLE TIMES. H COALVILLE, UTAH, AUO. S , ISPS. M r. U. riNNKO, 3ltoc and Uuitw BJ Our Clubbing List BJ Tun Timid hat made erranf.enienti BJ villi ih following Journal, whereby BJi they ran be foinlehed (or one year In B connrelloti with hie riuMatthoflgurei BJ quoted below. Thten Unri are (or m cil In adtance. Tliute In Airfare, In H order loarlllhemlceof Ihe clubbine. BJ llt, mutt pay iii baek arcounlf. Thoie BJ who hate alrrad) paid for TmTiMUln H atanc,and tielilns to itibeerlbo for BJ any ul itie lollon Inf Joittnalt will 1 Bg gltentbe e.laniago of tliu iIIh.jUIiI. M Tli lilt Kill lw added to (tout lime In M time, but wo cm nr tupply any o( ll.a BJ following great pjpon. 1 TMBtOAMlMKTI-K AM H Tbrlce-A week Sew York World. 2 15 BJ St. Unit Itcpubllc teuil weekly . 2 2J m Detroit Free I'renieml-weekly 2 00 BJ wllh Year llook and Uncyclope- BJ . flla for 1893 3 16 M Bt. Louli Olobo Democrat letnl- weekly 2 2S B Cincinnati inquirer 2 26 BJ Minn enilMlnen llaiailhe . .. 2...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

I -The CoALYjiLE "Times. I H AMQxiZE none moysinf, j duvotbi) to T-Btjo iw'rAxaMfffejjy wTj-jibtrsr ooxranrr. rati ctmtE of siLVEn, is re t jf Hi vi, v COALVILLE, SUMMIT COUNTY, OTAH, FRIDAY, Sil'iKMBER g, 1808. Wo 31 Im THE COUNTY NEWS H iiwiKi'liim B 11 . Kicnt, Utah. Sept. 7, I. B 1 1 H rl .p h hwn qul( ilek B t J'iIxmi of Oaklay I vtnli HH ' . lunula 1 1 K !...rl. HH , M mill lii' 1' 1 I. ni Wen rprmt , H . 1 1 , n -ii I . r folk, licra. H I I'tinai I in lien quit" tick H I) 1 1 4.111 ll I. tier I H uiMmpi ( -ill Like, travel M 1 .. in -1 . 1 11 ! 1 tali vuwir, H 1 1 .mi 'I I u.e wk. B iii 1 .1 In l.i- ork uii tone of ' I 11 Id mil 1 i!til 11 plant 011 Bj 1 . 1 1 ..( ihcfl I. Hfl 1 1 .1 m iv 1.(1 1. imIc vili oli'rrdilenl N V mil taiiagl'ilil on four II 1 1 If ( H I All H 'lr Mill I if nn.1 hi luodainjlili-r of , M l 1 I ,h.lliv, Mr nml Sli. W. A.I H! smiiti. Mr-. H. R. Wbuii Mr ilnrj- ( Hj kirn, Mr William Vmr Biwllain- H . .mil Mr ml Mi Outer OIMmm H nllii iinkl)- an 1'ilday l...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

H COALVIlE TBIES B Tistra 1-uni.isiilNO co. H COJIVILLB, UTAH, I UTAH NKWS Anwpctofllel!abenclabllnetJ it Hansom, Chfl count. H Annie 11 Wlhvmof Halt Lake City ha Wen granted pension of IS per M Uoverntr Welt commissioned two H notarle 11 week. They were Nils P. 1 Unmumnol Juabeosinly and Joseph H J. hnell of Halt Uke. Hj Major Hrnry Pafe. reeinlty p- H pointed commissary of lulialsteiwe In H the volunteer army, tiu departed for Hl hit station In Porto llleo. M Tho young Ulle of Price) played a H gamaof base ball with a nlnecomposcd H of young men. Tim Mora flood IS to H 18, In favor of Ilia ladlee. M The clearing for Anoint In Fall H Lako reached n total of I7.l,li a H compared nltli .KM,1lt for llxcor- H responding mouth In 197. M The Woodmen of tho World, Pacific H Jurisdiction, next head camp session H and elrvle aelnn of the. Women of H Woodcraft, will 1 held at Halt Lake. H The North Cottonwood hs tieen H atocked "UN Moo trout, received from H Colorado, and the stream haa been...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

1 IT IS A GI.EAT MINE. BTOnV OF SILVER I9LET ON LAKE StlPEnlOH. Stormy Waters Made It. Working Dangerous Th atocui King i:-nt-llr Cnu.nl In AlMndonuirnt filled Tllh Wal-r. V A Ilonghtun, Mich., correspondent writes: 7be rlehett sliver mlno ever opened by imin was not In I'eru or Mexico, far famed as ore tho mines of l'ototl and (luatnjuato, but on n mere i reef of that greatest of frcnli water soas, Lako Superior. Far famed ns l the Lake Superior district for Itn Iron ore and copper. Ha mine of those baser metals Icing the most extensive In tbo world, It lim been forgotten by nil but a few of the older resident! tbit I only n quarter of n century ago tho I richest silver mine In tho old or new I worlds ai operated under lt waters The story of Its discovery, Ita develop i incnl under the moat trying conditions 1 nnd against tho power of all the ele ments, and the final triumph of nature, over man, nlfords n romantic chnptor In tho drama of real life equaling In apparent Improbability...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

H I . . . BAD. BUT BEAUTIFUL. H clara WAno reaps reward H OP DEATH H la Hern In Her- To DlMlrolHl l H lUlly hh (lakl lain Iho Ursa Tin H tenal rnl of lit Thai la roan lad H en Kail ltl H -.--ij) IIU new of the H ll ending o( another aB "fexaH II remarkable career aal I i ot Tlce-tbs rbl mU r-L&W 'r ""' C,,r aH XXLZX1 W"i koo 1,Mt pa! j5mSAV5' as th I' r I n e a H VvjKf-v thlmay end who iwsyknt5 '" htT h,"unii aH "0v Uelglan prlnc and H iV J run away with H 1 I, jlncir unto Hun H garlan flddler It dead Hi Ilu lapeat H Though a Lalt-hearlcd denial (allowtd H lha drat cablegram It la hollered that Hj th woman la relly dead H With her going there cornea to an H and a career that add another chap- Hj ter to that moat Incomprehensible o( H mysteries- woman lor tba prlnc- H aa, In her own bad and beautiful aclf H aiblbtlad lhos ronlr llttory and at H lha iam lima alluring trslt which H ana shared In common with all ot tha H members ot bar aei Those who b- H Hat that fata worka on conce...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

IfOllWOMN AND HOME. ITEMS OF 1NTERDBT FOR MAIDS AND MATRON8. a Noti f lli llde The (lathered One t a rue. At tle.med lh Ileal rr (I for Jutenlte- A CMM'e nt(r Jaeket Hint for Hi llonxholj. Th Indian Mollier-a Uainl. All 14 amid th form wild An Indian mother wept. And ron.llr gased upon her child In death who coldly slept. "he decked lt limb Kith trembling hand. Anil hhi In hhiiIi low: "Atone., alon, to th splrlt-laitd, My darling, thou mum got "I would that I might I thy guide To that bright Itl of ml- To ti r thee o-er th (writing lid, t;ipd la tnr lovlnf breast! !' wrapped th with lh beaer'a kin. To hlld the from th storm. And placed thy littl feet within Th snow-shoe oft and warm. "I'm given th milk to cheer thy way, tilled with lh tears 1 wpi Thy cradle, too, whr Ihnu muil lay Thy wary hrad to steep. "I plat th peddle nar thy hand, To gutd where watrr flow; For alon, alon, lo lh tptrlt'a land, Jly ttarllna, thou nun go. "Thra bounding throuih th foreela grn. Thy father rhaa th d...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 9 September 1898

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Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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