spmxg tn r '1 ho weather is cold. The Sfntinkl still holds the front In S.inpete county. There have been more tramps in our mid! lately than is uecessnry. Diphtheria, the much dreaded scourge, has taken four children of Mr. Peter Ju-desen. " Lrst Friday evening snow fell about I wo inches here and sleighing i an nxid as ever. Tho school taught by Mr. KoVrt Livingston, has been stopped on aceonnt of diphtheiia. i The drng moie, Is closed and it is to be hoped no liqnor will be sold to our boys for a long time. Quito a n:imber of men are employed in the mountains getting out ties aud at work on the taw mills. The Sentinel did not reach your subscribers here uutil Tuesday. What is the matter Uh the mailing clerk? Our Sabbath and qnorom meetings are well attended. About fifty elders attended their qnorum last Wednesday evening. The water in quite a number of our wells is qaite low and some of the owners own-ers are taking advantage of It by having hav-ing their wells cleaned ont. ' Our ecclesiastical officers for the ensuing en-suing two years are: President, James A. Ailred; vice president.Lauritz Larsen; -.ecretary and treasurer, John f ratitzen. Diiectoro: John R. Baxter,- Robert 'ftlaiu, John F, Alfred, and fjiuuel G. Il-.liU 1. An accident happened to Mr. A, E Allied the other day, The gentleman vis driving through a gate kwith a leigh, his -nose projecting too far to the left, "caught on" to the gtte post. The past made a "mash" and Alvin is wearing a bandage on his face in con" sequence. Tiie S. S. dramatic clab presented the "llislotoe .Bjugb," to an appreciative audience on Thursday evening. The p';ay s gave general satisfaction, and was repeated on Saturday night. We a.? pleased to see th young people le.f.g out in this direction. Let ns have taore performances by onr home troup. Mi. Itismas Nielsen of Spanish Fork has sold a stallion to a rinmber of onr farmers, xte price bein 12,700. A company has been organized, called the Spring City Horse Breeders association, with Lauritz Larson, presidant; I. E. Ailred, vice president; John R. Baxter, secre'ary and treasurer; Rasmus Juste-en, Juste-en, S. P. Sorensen, Hans Nielsen, R. W. Ailred, Jr., and Christian Clawson- Spring (,'ity boasts of the most peculiar-post ffiee arrangements between here and Pekin. A letter posted after i p.m. has the privilege of .jesting in the olHce fox two nights and oae day, all on account of what? We mieht be able to answer, bnt perhaps are mistaken mis-taken ami will therefore leave the reader to form his own opinion. One tiling we do know, 9 o'clock a. m. is not wha. is called a reasonable .time to open post offici s, W e might say "wake up postmaster." SrRiN'.iCm.Jan. 2I.-A petition to the snparintendent of the Rio Grand Western, asking the company to build a depot at our place, is being circulated circu-lated around town and has obtained many signers. We hope the compar., will tak" the proper view of the matter, and build us a depot that will be a credit to tho road and aa ornament to O'.r locality. The company is noted for its enterprise, but the nsing of a box ear for depot purposes is, in our opinion, hardly indicative of an enterprising spirit. The business of the road hare justifies the erection of a substantial buildiupt which, it built, will be greatly appreciated by the patrons of the road Rt Spring City, Give us. a depot geuiieuitu. Our dances were conducted in a dic.i orderly manner. People were kept! awnka at night by the yell of the hoodlum, and in some instances proper-' ty was de .ircyed. All this was carrier! ' o x for lack of proper police regnlatioui. Our old marshal resigurd. and Alei. Itlstesi-n was appointed sin his place. Ho started to enforce the ordinances from tho first, and has sneeeeded irt tiringinr abont a fJecrea of order in . ;;r mi:1.,t that all law abiding citizens ate proud of. Spring City now takes her place as an orderly burg, Andrew.