Oitr local colomns this morning tell of the resignation of Wilson II. Dlenberky as cashier of the First National bank of this city, and the prompotion of C. A. Glazier, formerly assistant cashier, to the position vacated. va-cated. Mr. Dusenbeury is well-known to the citizens of Provo, as also is he to the people ail through the territory. H is record of honorable manhood and integrity, financial and business ability is ;.t his back to support him in ary venture he might undertake, and it is one to be proud of. It is, perhaps, bad taste to eulogize too extensively a fellow townsman, and we therefore forbear from mentioning mention-ing the many good deeds and worthy-projects worthy-projects and public i improvements he has been at the head of, and which our memory brings before us as we wr te, and simply sav to Mr. Dusen-ulrry Dusen-ulrry in behalf of the good people of Pr vo that we wish him well in his fut'ire career.