LETTER FROM BRIGHAM CITY. BittuiiAM City. l'ec. -, IS"1'. j Editors Salt Lake lb raid: j The citizens of this place are awakening awaken-ing to a sense nf tln-ir duty in the matter of ediieatii.n. The spirit ol I education seems to be animatimMho S boso.li of almost every individual in our uiidst: and a (lispi'-ition is manifested mani-fested that the necessity of educating the youns is one of vital importance. 1 The question has been agitated c siderably for some time, and with good effect. We have, to-day, a select : school of about fifty students, which is ' most excellently conducted, and irives romise of greater advancement. It . :j composed i f a class ol students male and female, who seem to be ex- i tremelv anxious to become educated to a standard that will enable them, "ot only to acquit themselves in society as ladies and geutlemeii, but qualify them for the varijus responsible positions in which they mav be called upon to act. Prof. Louis F.'Monch, of the Dcsciet University, is in charge of the above Select School, who, thus far, gives general satisfaction, lie seems to be well qualified lor the po-ilion. We have al-o another well-attended school, consistiuz of about one hundred hun-dred and ten scholars. Ibis is super intended by Mr. Frank Crawford, who seems to realize fully the necessity ol advancing the young of this place. There is another spirit which seems to exist in the bosom of some of our citizens that is, apprenticing their sons te some trao'e or profession. Mr. Samuel Smith is erecting a first-class caoinet shop, in which be expects to carry on extensively the manufacture ot furniture of every variety, and to successfully compete with Ka-tern manufacturers, man-ufacturers, wbi. h will oc.taiu y be a great benefit to the place. Several young men will be apprenticed to this trade. Blacksmithipg is to be entered into on a large scale, and young men will be apprenticed to that business and to others. This, certainly, is moving in the right direction. Our Co-operative Woolen Factory is completed, and the greater portion of the machinery is on the ground ready for being put up. As soon as the remainder re-mainder arrives, it is the intention of Pres. L. Snow to dedicate the whole with a grand party. The Herald, so eagerly sought for. occasionally fails to make connection. What is the matter? Send a copy to each of the within names. More anon. Otis.