- The Coop shipped the first carload of lucern seed this week.
- The recent rains have made the farmers jubilant They are all busy now with their fall plowing and sowing
- Mr Murrry of the firm of Taylor & Murray, of Ogden, commenced the plastering of the city hall on Monday.
- The Y.M.M.I.A. resumed their meetings on Tuesday evening. A complete organization was effected, and everything indicates an interesting session during the coming winter.
- The boisterous blow of Sunday succeeded in scattering considerable hay in the eastern part of town.
- Fred Burton expects to open his new meat market next week. With two flour finishing markets running, what’s the matter with beef stakes at reduced rates?
- George W Stevenson left here on Wednesday for a mission to Great Britain. Success to his labors.
- The proudest man in town yesterday was William J. Layton. The cause was a great ten pound baby boy. All doing well papa in particular.
- After a very successful run of several months, our brickmakers Samuel Ward and William L Galbraith have closed their yards for the season. The two kilns have burnt nearly 1,000,000 brick this season and will have no surplus for spring building. William L Galbraith has shipped several car loads to Salt Lake where his brick are fast becoming known. Both parties anticipate erecting the necessary machinery to make pressed brick next season.
- At a meeting of the city council held last Monday evening, C. B. Ellison presented a petition, in behalf of himself and others, asking that the money paid by him for city tax be refunded. Mr. Ellison claims that his property is not within the city proper, and therefore should be exempt from taxation. Referred to committee on claims.
- A very pleasant party assembled at the home of Wilford S Barnes to commemorate the twenty-first anniversary of his birthday last evening. Among the guests were Messrs. Arthur Barnes and Charles Barber and Miss Nelson, of Salt Lake city. An unusually pleasant time was spent in sumptuous repast, social chat, music, singing, game,s etc., until a late hour, when the guests departed for their homes, all pleased with the evening’s entertainment and the best wishes for Wilford, whose birthday they had met to commemorate. May his future be illuminated with the sunshine of peace and prosperity
K. KAYSVILLE, Oct. 19.
Yesterday’s Proceedings of the Stake Conference. A Horse Thief Caught--Death of Mrs. Barton--Columbian Club Exercises—Notes on the side. The unpropitious weather of yesterday...