- Hon. Joseph Barton was down from Ogden yesterday.
- The first snow of the season fell early yesterday morning.
- As was expected, Mr. William H. Clow took charge of the postoffice business on Wednesday the 1st inst.
- The scenery of the mountains at this season of the year is magnificent. Clothed as they are in every shade of color, from crimson to nut brown, they present a very beautiful appearance.
- At the primary meeting held in the city hall last Monday evening, Geo. Swan, Jr., T. H. Phillips, T. F. Roueche and C. D. Bennett were elected as delegates to the county convention, with Levi Taylor and H. T. Robins as alternates. Tho county convention met at Farmington on Wednesday and elected E. P. Ellison, of Layton, and L. M. Grant, of Bountiful, to attend the territorial convention.
- Pursuant to a call made by a committee appointed for the purpose at the primary meeting, a meeting was held last Thursday evening for the purpose of organizing a political club of the Peoples party. After considerable unnecessary wrangling as to the what name the club should sail under, an organization was effected with James H. Langford Jr., as president, F. B. Williams, secretary, and Elijah Laycock as janitor. The first meeting of the club will be held next Thursday evening, when it is expected an interesting programme will be carried out. M. KAYSVILLE, Oct. 4, 1890
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...