Caught on the Fly- At Salt Lake business is quiet though somewhat livlier than during the winter. win-ter. Everybody is complaining of the weather as wet and disagreeable. The trees are all in bloom and the prospect for fruit is very promising. The backward spring seems to make the farmers smile. . While in Salt Lake the manager of this paper had courtesies extended to him by the manager of the natitorium i Provo is dead, says several of her prominent business men, and steps for her resnrection will be taken this spring. Utah county is at least one week ahead of Salt Lake county as far as spring is concerned. The Brigham Young academy will close on the 20th of this month and from now till then the students will be worked very hard. The commencement commence-ment exercises begins on Wednesday the 18th instant and promise to be far ahead of anything of the kind ever known in the history of the academy. The number of graduates will be greater great-er this year than ever before. The principal, Professor Cluff, says ho expect ex-pect at least 2000 visitors in attendance. Tanner's park will open soon, the initial dance will be given sometime next week. The resort at the lake will 4lso open next week. I Springville seems to be the livliest town in the county. I The new hotel at Castilla will soon be nished. At Mount Pleasant everything is quiet. . 1 The election passed off as qnietly as could be expectied. Some of the liberals liber-als are kicking because there were not more liberals an the ticket . : The many friends of Mrs. Ferdinand Ericksen will be pained to learn of he death which took place yesterday, f - H G. B.