Dance at Griers hall to morrow night Miss Hortense Gerring returned home yesterday. She has been visiting with friends in Manti. Ward Stevenson was in town this mornlnsr. He reports everything in Ephrnim as looking lovely. All promenade to Grioi's hall to morrow mor-row n'ght. The yonng men's band will be in attendance. All invited. Tickets fifty cents, Allen T. Park droiv.ie;! in Big Cottonwood creek yesierday. It is supposed sup-posed that he jumped in w ith suicidal intent. Don't fargefc the primary fair. It opens at the tabernacla Nov. 2nd. All persons who wish to make an exhibit, will kindly notify the presidents of the primary association. Ex-Judge Anderson is in hard Inck. Recently he was made the object of some severe charges and resigned his positi-tion positi-tion as associate justice of Utah and now his wife is suing for a divorce. 'It never rains," etc. Savid Cannon, son of President George Q. Cannon died Monday morning in east Germany. The yonng man was fallfllling a mission to which he was called about eighteen months ago. No particulars as to what was the cause of his death have, as yet, been received. The field Ore that na been burning in the swamp has done more carnage than LOGAL BRISFS- City council Monday night. Judge Judd returned home yesterday. Frtsh fi3h every Fiiday at the Manti "giocery. Go to Cahoon & Sou for furniture. Cheapest iu town. Complete ontfiis of furniture at Gaboon & Son's. Drm't forgot the Columbns day cele-lebrution. cele-lebrution. Alt Smurthwaite representing D. M. Steele & Co., wholesale grocers, was in this city Monday. , Mrs. Laora De, Force Gordon, a splendid female orator, will orate on the principles of democracy Monday evening. even-ing. The Democrats of Manti will hold a primary at the city hall on Saturday Oct. 22, to nominate a justice peace and ! constable. I ''Where did you get that tiatftreked1 ! the dude so gay and fly. And next day '. we were asking him where he got that ! blue-black eye, j The festivities of Columbus day will , wind up with a grand ball at Grler's hall. Ail are invited. Tickets fifty cents. I Franklyn S. and C. C. Richards will I expound the principals of democracy tt-j tt-j the pe ople of this city Friday evening ' October 1st. I Sunday evening services were commenced com-menced in the ward meeting houses in the several wards last Sunday and, as usual, will be continued throughout the winter. Monday night waa a stunner for this season of the year. The ditch In front of the Reporter office was lined with Ice at six o'clock. Tuesday morning, in some places halt an inch in thickness. Old Sol shines brilliantly and warms up the atmosphere during the day bnt atinight well, it Is better to be by the fire than standing on the street.corners, as some fellows do. The Young Mens' Mutual Improvement Improve-ment association of this elty (both wards consolidated) will meet eyery Tuesday evening in the council house. Joint sessions of the young mens' Bnd yonng ladies' associations will be held each mouth. All young folks are cordially invited to attend these meetings. The district schools of this city will hold a great celebration on Columbns day in the tabernacle, the school houses bein? too email . An excellent program has been prepared and all should attend. Admission free. The weather for the past week has . been quite cold iu the valley, and several persons who have just come In from the mountains report that considerable consi-derable Jsnow hns fallen and In somo places drifts of the "beautiful" range from two to fije feet deep. Now that winter is coming on we expect ex-pect to receive several poems, from different dif-ferent cranks, on "Beautifal Snow.' The snow is really a beautiful sight-far, sight-far, far away and we will publish the poems providing they are accompanied with a good, warm overcoat or a load of six mile coal. The Republicans will hold a grand rally at the south ward hall, Frida night, Oct. 2ist. J.W.N. Whitccotton and E. E. Dndlev two orators from at fint reported. It has burned, as it usually rloea, att .13, inches beneath the surface and destroyed the semi solid formation in which the crops were T1 .'.'ed,and as a natural sequence the j. ad will be very poor for several yeais. The fire also destroyed numerous numer-ous stacks of straw and hay. Mr. Henry Wlntch being one of the Ioosers. When a fire is once started in the swamp tii ire is no use trying to s;op It, . Perry I- Hanks, a young man of Tooele, who is a brother-ln law of Colonel M. M. Jvaighn, and is-well known iu Salt Lske, was instantly killed yesterday while rolling logs at a sawmill In the hills east of Tooele City. While rolling a long down grade hB slipped and fell and his head was caught and crushed between two of the logj resulting in Instant death. The remains will be brought to the city to-day and the funeral services will take place tomorrow to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock. The deceased leaves a wife and two children chil-dren Tribune Girls we are sorry for yon. Two more excellent catches caught and the best one too by a young lady of distant town, and your chances of making a brilliant match are again reduced. The two young men in mind have been conspiring conspir-ing to bring about a double wedding on Christmas with themselves as grooms. One of the young men Is a photographer and the other one of the "prints" employed em-ployed in this office, ' They are both honorable young man and although not well acquainted with the young ladles we congratulate them and as soon as opportunity affords we will condole the young men. Last Sunday evening some kids of the hoodlum pursuasion stretched a wire across the sidewalk a few rods south of the Presbyterian church, and several persons had their shins barbed by coming in contact with the wire. The boy9 were sjated across the street watching the fnn when a young man came along, rather .hurriedly, took a graceful header, and wai soon taugled up in the wire, He extricated himself, untied ythe wire and threw it over the fence. About half an honr later he again passed that way and again took a header. This time he gathered himself together and resolved to let that d n wire stay there. It has not been learned who are guilty of putting the wire in its dangerous position, but several persons are investigating the' matter and if the guilty ones are discovered they will spend several days in jail-sure. Provo will address the republicans, and right here will say there will be a noise as soon as Whitecotton opens his month and sends forth protection statistlcts, A terrible accident happened the Mammoth mine at Eureka Monday afternoon. About 4 o'clock Geo. Clow and Wm. Vail were working with a Burleigh drill on the tunnel leyel. When the drill ran into a missed hole and a terrible explosion occured. Clow wa3 instantly killed and Yail terribly mntiluted, it Is thought fatally.