SPRING CITY. Sprint. City, March 3. The funeral services oer the remains of Sister Elizabeth Allred were held in the Spring City meeting house on Saturday, February Feb-ruary 27, at 1 p. m. The speakers were Bishop V. T. Reid of Manti, Bishop Juhu XV. Irons of Moroni.Stake President Canute Peterson, Bishop C, C. N Djrins of Ephraim, and Councilor John Frautzen, of tin local bishopric. The remarks mads were full of praise of the mauy good qualities of Sister Allred, and were also of a consoling nature to the bereaved. After the services about sixty vehicles followed the remains to theWsmetery. It was one of the largest funerals held at onr place since the burial of Apostle Hyde. One of the individuals who created the disturbance at the Presbyterian church on the night of Washington's birthday, went before Justice Baxter and pleaded guilty to a charge of d:s-tn d:s-tn biug a lawful assembly. This being his firstoffense he was let off with a fine of $35. Old man Jackson, the other offender, was to have had his trial on Saturday. When he saw how his friend was treated he began to doubt the propriety of being brought before the court to answer to his misdeed, and being out on his own recogniz ance, he concluded to seek a more congenial clime. So on Satnrday when his case was called, the court was informed, that the defendant had boarded tho train for the south the evening before. The officers are in hopes he will remain away, for, should be come back, it will only add to the expeses of the city the amount of his board for a month or two. One thing we are pleased to note is the improvement that is being made in the appearance of our streets. M any of the old time fences are being torn down and substantial modern fences are taking tak-ing their place. Ditches are being cleaned ont aud at their crossings neat bridges and culverts are being put in. There is oue thing more that, if accomplished, ac-complished, would result in everybody having better health; and that is the cleaniug out of all onr corrals. Let ns get the filth out of onr town, citizens, and we shall be well paid for our trouble. Should the weather continue favorable, favor-able, our.farmers will begin putting in their crops next week tariff or no tariff Mr. N. C. Jenseu has opened a tin shop one block west of Ford & King's blacksmith black-smith shop. He is a first class workman work-man and uo doubt will make a success of his enterprise. There is to be a horse race here on Friday. It is the chief topic among the sporting fraternity. 6. A. Iverson was in town Friday "booming" The Enterprise. Rain storm on Tuesday night. It settled the dust. That democratic platform is giving local reprerentAtives ihe blues. Work on the opera bouse has commenced.