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Editorial Correspondence. ties, is doing good service for the people, "go it alone " It is a lively place and ihough many who once gained their livhas all the "get up" and liberal spirit ing by hauling coal in wagons, look up- characteristic of new Western cities. It on the road with a jealous eye. He is is about 75 miles from Ogden, on the where Chalk Creek runs into the Weber, determined that nothing shall be lack-Ju- g v. V, 11. R., on the south of the road as contains a population of about 1,300 and on his part to make it a success, to its Caucasian population and on the is growing, improving and increasing in and it is doing an excellent freight businorm as to its Mongolian. About 300 wealth and iinportaace. Coal lifts it ness Chinamen herd in frame huts to the left from the level of a common agricultural The first of a series of parties design- of the depot, and about 1,300 white village and at the same lime smudges its ed to afford all the people in the settle-m-n- t forks live and do business on tbe right face slightly, as coal generally does an opportunity to enjoy themselThe stores are spacious, well filled, neat when blac diamonds are a town's prin- ves in the dance, was given last evening and clean, the saloons numerous and the cipal commodity. and passed off pleasantly and with great people keen and wideawake. Themnchine There area number of extensive mines to the music of an excellent band. shops and engine houses of the U. P, Hooftt spirit within about two miles of the place, and In . . , c i i such company the tri.lg of mortal nvuiup.iujr inm rmpiuyniem ior a large one the IJatenian and Buel, which is life,, whether on earth's surface or down number of mechanics, who, with their now idle, right within its limits, the in in darkest recesses, are banished families reside in neat frame houses works overlooking its principal street. &c. by bright smiles and joyful converse, south of the depot, erected for their The two Wasatch, the three Robinson, fur forms moving gracefully to sweet benefit. There is plenty of religion as with the Crisuion, Lewis and other music, peace, order, and good will to well as liquor in Evauston. Tbe Bnp mines are in close proximity to each all. Such a scene is a pleasant finale of list, Presbyterian and Methodist Churchother, and approached by the Summit a visit to Coalville. es each having buildings and Miuisters county narrow gu:igc railroad which, here, while the Latter-daSaints, mus IN GEE AT VAEIETY. starting Irom- the U. P. road at Echo, Echo, Dec. 20, 1873. tering the largest congregation on Sun UXIOKVIU.B the is a scattering settlement parallels great highway for a short . day evenings, occupy the miles south of Coulville on the distance, then turns off up hill toward about Sison and W a. lace have a fine rock the south at a grade of 1217 leet to the e ist side of the "Weber, containing about building here, the Red Store, 200 persons, presided over by Bishop where locomile, making the fine little Judge North presides, does a big motive putt' like an old man out of breath Winter, a practical, common sense business, A. Kuhn & Co. keep a full as it climbs the S'eep ascent, then run- worker. It was formerly called Iloyts-vill- stock of clothing at low figurse, Blylh & Champion and Excelsior Mowers after S. P. Hoyt, one of the earliest Pixley have an attractive stock, Reapers, ning on a pretty level course for about Parpe four miles it turns eastward again, and settlers at this point, who has bu.lt a k Boesscl lead out in jewelry, clocks and liaiii, Whitewater and Siudcbaker Wagons, before reaching the coal beds works up a very extensive cut stone mansion near watches, Burns & Arnold have a goo where lovers of bivalves grade of 319 feet to the mile. Here, fiO"n the liver, which ought to have been can ALSO- ,on Booth's selected oysters, regale several holes in the ground the sable located on the bench above, in the fresh lrom the ice, Tooly &. Co. tupply nuggets are brought ujS inclines in small of all men and women who pass that stoves and Hardware, and there are e cars drawn by mules and dumped into way. But the proprietor built it to suit tabhshments for thesalo of all kinds of articles to make home comfortable. For AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF the railroad cars to be Bhipped via. the himself and Rot the public. The peotravelers by rail there is the well U. P. II. R at Echo to Ogden and Salt ple of this settlement intend to have at hotel close to appointed railway Lake." least as good a public hall as any of the line, where Mr. II W. Cossley It is not such fun to get out coal from their neighbors, and have commenced a regales Ins guests with all the delicacies of the season in a bright, the earth's, bowels as some imagine. stone building on a commanding site, Buygics to Order ou Short Notice. 36xC0 feet, clean, pleasant dtning-hal- l Down in the mine is "the blackness of 30x43 ft. When finished it will be an und with spotless and at tentive Chinamen to for waiters. Attached the ornament and substan a almost visible by the valley, darkness," rendered is the to hall an extension condining the enterprise of the citi tiny flames of the miners' diminutive tial mark of twelve with parlor taining zens of Unionville, equalled only by the and sittiug-roolamps, whhh, stuck iu their attached. throw a dull glare upon their k unci Evansion supports a weekly paper. bridge, 70 ft in length, which they have The Age, edited by Ma M. C. Hopkins, faces a? they Hit about like tuiling.de-mon- s built over the Weber. It has a patent inside and a newsy outAll Kinds ef Produce Forwarded to Any Poiut ou the Shortest Notice. in the regions below. They work Waxshjp, formerly the county seat of side, is growing in public favor, and is iaa'.l kinds of postures, picking aVay at Summit cou'n'y.is'abou' four miles south published in a spacious esAll Orders Sent to M. Til A TCIIER, Logan, xcill 'Receive the walls of the '"rooms'' which branch west of Unionville, near the uiouth of tablishment wich has au excellent job Prompt Attention. off to the right or the left of the narrow Silver Creek, at its junction' with the office well patronized by the business tow n, and is owned and"man men the of wooden tramway that runs into the dif- Weber. Bishop George W. Snyder preaged by Mr. W. E. Wheeler, a live, en ferent "levels," and lying on their sides sides here; a man ef business, enter ergetic man, who threatens to advance or squatting like tailors as they under- prise, sound judgment and progress. It his. enterprise to a "daily" in a short mine the masses of future fuel, earn is quite a buy little town," has two time. Evanston is in the vicinity of the most their bread by the sweat of body as well stores, two blacksmith shops, a flour extensive coal beds on the continent as brow. The coul must be brought out mill, post office, hotel, etc. The school Iron is in close proximity, a fertile re9 and house is a stone building 27x21 feet in gion lies to the south, extending to the for the comfort of oowore, ' 8Cx22, valley w here Bear Lake glistens in calm the necessities of manufacturers, but side. The a narrow with granary and receiving-rooat and silent beauty, and with those who bring it out should be eo railroad from the U. P. line to WB HAVE OPENED IN LOGAN & OGDEN, BRANCHES OF OUR WAG OX guage and MACHINE DEPARTMENT, so that the people of the Norlltm that they need not work tacned.- The institution is under the Soda Springs, and the development of its Counties can purchase without comine to Salt Lake Cil v. W. G. G. of niinerul the of resources, Reynolds Snyder; spirited people many hours in a day nor many years of presidency will make it an important cen this their lives in the dust, smoke and heated is secretary, and H; Reynold, business tre ofplace & and a permanent city of the trade uir of these horrible pits where the light manager; the latter is also postmaster, mountains. Supplied to theee point m being tbs best, after much studvaod experience, and know that Furchaarr ' AiNY is four miles from Evanston, au rely on thia lecuiuiueudulion. of the blessed sun never enters to eheer and assistant to the Bishop. Nixon's The coal miners. of is 61J established an 37x24, mine, Wyoming city place, store, the dismal gloom. Bnt miners as a class superintended by Mr. John Crowther, are not generally very provident; they whh cellar Hie' entire length. The mill gives employment to a large number of is tbe property of E. R. Young, Esq. He men epend as they go, continue their labors principally from the old countries, until they depart from the tarth and has recently fitted it up for good Work who, with their families, reside here and The Kocky make a their works follow them in the continu- with a net Turbine wheel, new smutter, Mountainvery good living. have three mines Company twenty-fWOODS, ation of their sons in "he trade of "the etc.; and can grind 200 bushels fn here, under the superintendence of Mr. next summer He intends hours. our MO WEILS, Ncir Beaman, and the acting management of fathers, which i9 their sole legacy. moun- Mr. John Hopkins; but employ China in mill the saw steam a to up get the Coalville at of There is plenty coal, THRESHING MACHINES ami SULKY IMKES. tains and will useiheengineacd machin- men principally, whose houses fringe wines, nd also in those at Grass Creek the hill maes near the mines, that there the in mill winter.so his for where J. W. Famsworth' and t otters ery workers swarm where the pig-ta' on account of ice. no will be in so stoppages rats their littles. like The Celebrated THOMAS fcMOOTH and there many If ARROW, warranted to moke the bent fcwd bring out a constant supply, Dod and to I the lest cultivator for grant, grain, corn or potato, yet invented. Our belt 1 amine over a extends dollar and a worth Coal is half a a Summit large only county is no need for Ogden to be scant of 'fuel caa have a Harrow on trial. its other settlements ton at the pit mouth. The cars of tbe but The Departmeuu will aim (rive information and rocelve order for TURBINE VT1LEEU, SMUT of area country, in the mines no other ven if there were U. N. come on a branch line close to the MACHINES, UR1ST and SAW MILLS, or other articloe not unuiUlj kept iu itosk. and visit most be reserved for a future their and receive But for the named. we have those than mines, loading country A. E. Hinkley, Esq., is Utah market. Miners are paid by (he MOSES THATCHER, AGENT, LOGAN. it seems to be the policy of our Ogden description. earn very good wages, buBhel. Robt. and of the They Probate county, Judge hand on than dealers to have no more BAKNAKD WHITE, AGENT, OGDEN. clerk.' The Summit County R. paid in cash monthly, but disputes will meet pressing demands, leaving us Salmon, arise between the companies and 30tf H. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent. which now only extends from Echo tbe men, resulting in the case of the sometimes without enough to build's R., is de mines emand the in above, the to Coalville Rocky Mouutain Company fire. We should have big sheds well to run through the main part of ployment of Chinamen. The conflict signed filled. between capital and labor, carried on the county and tap the mines in Parley's ever since the civilized world began, Coalville is now the county town of Park. Hon. Jos. A. Young is President rages eccasionally in this free country Summit county. A new ' brick court of the Company, and Hon. W. W. Cluff, and in the wilds of the Rocky Mounbouse 40x40 with stone basement, is, and Superintendent of tains. A mutual undei standing, howbcins erected on a bench above town, between employers and employed Q the'road'. This enterprise will be of in ever, would the view of bring harmony here, a generally Valley commanding good calculable benefit to the county, bringing where the two classes are nearer on a along which the crooked Weber wends it into immediate intercourse with other level. It is necessiry that working its windin? way. The schoolhouse here 'of the Territory and the great men should be reasonable m well as GROESBECK BLOCK, SALT LAKE CITY, their employers, and that they should ia a substantial stone building 30x40, parts world afar off, open up a market for its be as for fair to rear. the accept in prices wi'ling room with vestry and upper its their labor as anxious to demand what product?; render the working of It is lofty.well finished, with neat stand mines' all and more profitable develope they conceive to be their rights Capi- on the THEIR LARGE STOCK OF BEST SELECTED and pulpit, and the will grasp all it can lay hold of. but tal and its resources with greater facility imitate should handsome its labor tot greednefs. appearroof gives it a very We hope that before long the The interests of einployersand employed Coalville has a ance. find one should be mutual and each should seek rushing, roaring old Weber will store, doing a large business in connecthan itself, thundering along to promote the welfare of the other, un tion with the mines, anI there are mightier in the til a better state ot things De introduced upper country, and the only solver of the brick resi- its banks ! everal by neat f houses, many the din of its waters as in the problem of the conflict. construction, promof dences in process IK The miners here are a hard. working rr.El'AKATOItr TO canyons and in the plains below where inent among whkh is the residence of look forward to the time and of the . shame to people, 00 speed by been put be a it has when they can leave tne bowels ot the Bishop W. W. Cluff. This will rival. its earth for ever, make peaceful homes on the with and very handsome house, of Utah and live and enjoy soil the 00 Mansard roof designed for it, will be Due. 23, 1873. the blessed sunlight and pure air of our Evanston, in something out of the common way tilling the earth and enjoying Evanston is a railroad town, brought valleys duels stiris a of their labors in- common the duff Summit county... Tiishop pr of the into existence by the advunt and brethren, sucwith friends their is and nourished cess to them in their efforts, and been has ring, business, intellectual man, It eivilixw,) may "great po regarded and respected by his people. untii it has arrived at suf- they have wisdom and foresight to aid its parent S3tf He is superintendent of the narrow by and them in their laudable exertions. ficient strength to stand for itsel', difficul under built guage road, which, CoAimu:, Deo. 20. 1873. This is the coal city of eastern Utah. It is pleasantly situated near the point Logan 52s. Branch, C 333 WHOLESALE 1L AND RETAIL Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, and Shoes, llas and Caps C'roekery, GlasMiare, Notions, fcc, Stoves and Tinware, Drug &33edicinea Gents9 and Boy's Heady Made Clothing, . CELEBBATBL school-house- fire-pro- 2l)-to- SINGER SEWING MACHINES, n Wood's e, lunch-hous- si"-h- and e, t i Winchester and Democrat IJght Spring lVagoux, Farming d Implements. California and Concord Harness and Harness Trimmings. bed-room- hat-band- m Leather coal-blac- Shoo irinclius. . weh-ligute- d, II. Ii. CLAWSOX, Superintendent. house-d,weller- Z. C. M s -- - WE GUARANTEE WAGONS MACHINERY - WHITEWATER, BAIX and KTEUESMKEJ WAGONS, CIIAMPIOX, EXCELSIOIt and WOKLU Rakers. Droppers or il rG ly F : Vice-Preside- , A HE bell-tow- SELLING OUT yi SRI CHEAP FOR CASH a change , business. Jobbing a Specialty. - Window and Plate Glass LOWER THAN EVER !