- Snow fell here during Thursday night.
- William White, Ben Heywood, Dr. Cartwright and William L. White were among the visitors from Salt Lake during the week.
- Farmers are happy. Since the late storms prospects for good crops are brightening.
- The remodelling of the steps in front of our meeting house adds materially to the good looks of the building.
- Levi Taylor, jr., has resigned his position as assistant Superintendent of the reform school and returned Kaysville to engage in the millinery and dry goods business with the new firm of Wessels & Co.
- The quarterly conference of the Davis stake Is being held here to day and will be continued to morrow. Among those present from Salt Lake are Apostle Heber J. Grant, President Jacob Gates and Edward Stevenson. It is expected that George Q. and Abraham H. Cannon will be with us to-morrow.
- Mr. Mose Johnson gave the last of a series of lessons on the science of elocution last Thursday evening. He has been teaching a class of about fifty members here, and with each lesson his abilities as an elocutionist became more marked. We hope to see him return at some future time and resume his teaching of this useful science.
- The Music hall was crowded to Its full capacity last evening by people who had gathered to hear the rendition of the emotional drama, “East Lynne,” by the Home Dramatic club, under the management of Mose Johnson. In the phraseology of the times, “It was a grand success,” and many were the congratulations showered on those who took part. The play will be repeated here to-night and it is probable that next Saturday evening they will go to Farmington.
- Last Wednesday was a gala day in Kaysville, the occasion being an annual Sunday school jubilee. All the district schools in the vicinity were closed to give the children the privilege of participating in the festivities of the day. At 10 o’clock In the morning between three and four hundred merry bright-faced children clothed In their “Sunday best,” gathered at the music hall, and after listening to a short humorous programme they were treated to a free lunch. The afternoon was spent in dancing and a grand ball in the evening closed the day’s recreations. M. Kaysville, Dec. 6.
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...