Weddiug Bells- Last Wednesday evening jthere was a touii-1 of revelry iu the north west corner, of town and the StriEghm mansion was filled ith a erowd of hapov faces. The occasion was tfts wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. C. P-wstler, P-wstler, the lady being formerly known asRoweu stritighaiu. About a hundred hun-dred and thirty flee fuesfs were (.resent, among them being many ol YLntrs oldest and best known citizens citi-zens as well as the groom's father and mother ati-1 othen of bis relatives who had come from Nephi to grace the occasion oc-casion with their presence. The presents were many and showed the good taste of the donors, for w i'e all were elegant most of them were of tho practical klnl. and will no doubt be fnily appreciated by the yonng couple when they have sottled down to the business of housekeeping in real sober earnest. A splendid snppsr was served and after all had satisfied the inner man, a spirit of contentment settled over the assembly, and games, musis. etc., were the order of the day. Dr. Hosfotd was in his best form, and furnished the company with his best songs, and was a conspicious figure, notwithstanding, his size, in all tho games of the evening'. even-ing'. A tug of war contest was declared a draw, when a chair that bad .been nsed to do the tugging was drawn to pieces, and t!.e combatants rolled In two heaps on the floor. Alex Tennant forgot the dignity of his station as justice of the peace, and strove for the honors of championship in a game of musical chait." Bert Tuttle forgotbis usual financering qualities, aud over-specnlated over-specnlated himself in a game of "high five." The police were there in force, but instead of trying to keep ibings straight, were aa wild as 6ome of the boys at Christmas time, and took a hand in all the inischevlons prauk? going on, It w. nld be tedious te tell the whole story of "How we spent the night," but it wa3 a tired crowd that wended their way to "their several places" between seven and eight o'clock next morning Mr. and Mrs. Ostler bave embarked on the sea of matrimony with a fair sky and a clear sea, the good wishes of all their many friends, and prospects for a pleasant voyage.