LETTERS FROM CORRESPONDENTS. ArcnDd tbe County in Seven Days. Tbe FEfttDUirgscf lb e Ftst Week Told la Detail bj Efficient Correspondents. KAMA. Kamaw, Utah, Oct, 3U, KKH.' Elutoa Tivum: Tom Vbit't babj dirt luitrntrkdl ill'lilbf ria. M'nd K. Park and wile returned Itotn Vrrnnl laat week. IV. . Ilariler l able to I out again alter an lllneaa ol abnat two aekt. S. F. Atwoud and latniljr have rnovtd to .'all Lake to end the winter. liibtlicria la abating again ; very few caaea are loat when aoli toiine ii uard in time. The tryphold caari are gradually Int. proving, put lotna ol the palienti era till very xjorly. J. ti. l.aniliert and lamily arrived home Irom Salt Lake jretter.liiy, where they ajMriit a lew dayi. Mr. Ittirher Hnd w iff. Grant Carpenter Carpen-ter and Ivet Tack went on a trip to Aahley about a taeek ago. Mr a. Ueorge C. Laney gave birth to a girl a Isw duya ago, and Mr. Millie Jotimon gnve blrlh to a bouncing boy Sunday night which tip the ecalea at twelve pounild. Tbe rlialia or our meeting heme ha not yt t nrriveil. Acrotding to reporti tSfjr were rhipped to KenMa City In- rd ol Kmm, That! what tltey call reiilnen. .',..-At .',..-At Krituaa fur tome time It haa been one cuntinuAl round of aoriali, picnic, elr. A nice time la expected at the party in honor ol tbe wldnwa on -Friday. The next thing in order will he a bachelor!1 anil old iimi.il' day. If eucli an event tnkea place the gtieat will be quit ntiincroua in thie eection of country. , MARION. Marios, Ctaii, Oct. 80, ltWl. KniniR TiNFa : Heeernl of nur peointt'ar audering with bail ol.li. The Ini.teea t,t-l.l n aimtion aa!e on the 2or.l lot the iiirrmse of ditpoting o! the old i. hu'il tiotmw. K.'Horenron bring I the hiitheat bidilcr. took the builill"- ' .B.0O. IJ.iapiih MiiclttUlnnd wilo, Mn. Jnaepk Will. ami and daughter!, and Mr. Klla Oliver and dmigUlttr Kit went to Hall l ake laat wm.li In an.n.1 a wu.lr n. . j with rcltttivee and Irieiulf. On Saturday aevwral ol Iheyoiingfolkt uiel nt tbe ri-hnol hnMie and apeti a ,.rry ilniant evening. Junciug, plnvin, I g.lluea, etc., was liuliilged in until 11 .o'ulock, h'Iiimi refreahnienla wore aurved, miiiJ the reinniiiiler of the time u l out I io a ii.eeiit.g to aee what roulil lie tlnne ahout getting lampa for (lie .rcliuol holme. l aat F rill ty night the young people ol ( thl plaee gavo n free eutHrtiiiiiuneitl in , the new aclieol houae. During tbe drat I part ol the evening the following pro-; pro-; gram waa remUred : Welcome eMrtt, I J. 11. Hoy t ; declamation. Carroll llut her; j vocal aoln, Kiiiina .eniou; deciainalion M. M. Smart ; rwatiilion, Lturence l.ar on; initruiiien'al ;nuic, II. lint Lund- . i berg. Tlit'ti dancing wa itnlnlul in for j a ihort lline allvr which relrribincnti . were terve.1 und the remain. lor ol the aiveniiig a nt apent in dune lug ami aociiil i fionvoraation. At an early hour in the morning the paity broke up and all went h iitf Ui I'larii'g ibe had never apent a ' j iniiu kiifoyable eveulng. Now that we' : I itv a convenient place to meet in let ut keep tin this aoclal interest which cer-t.i cer-t.i ulj hni hen dormant ill the pt, pro. I'ao. l'tah,fcl. M, l!K)l. KbiToa. Tmaai ft. H. Pack waa doing bttaineia bef j laat week.- IChler J. K. Lemon o( Me, rlon atteulavA' itli wovili, lta.o,, aany hut. , .Comity SuperintemUnt pi Scboola C. ( A. .IllovJifr viailed our Mhovl quite re--nilj. I Mine Anna Koieltiml Mnt loSalt Lake I laat week , and will he Wiit until the I holitlaye, A heavy , rain atorin peewitl over our jtowtithetlr.tol the week aud lai.l the dual iu graud aliape. I J. A- Miirchant viailod liia ranch at ; the head of Weber laat wettk. Thia I. j bli Drat trip up that way for a.year .ael. I It la eipeeted that a larje ,uiiiher of i ortr ciliiena, with their liiiu h Ualteie. j will alterd Uie conference at iuiuiaa on i Similar and Monday. j Flock ma itera are now muviVg their sheep towarda ilie winter rangHjn the j edge of the deeer t, tbe KieveniC llu.-k I paaalng through here yeaterday. The wife of Thooiaa Drae haa been quite tick or the pa'vt lew duya-fir. : French of Coalville a lit called ye.tcrdiiy ltd the lady ia now on the men. I. j .'reparations ate Mug made to have a grand and enj.iyable time n "U l.lua'. I'uy." Nov. Int. That It alii l.ea.n.-ee.a in every particular aiihnii'. aaying. Oacjir Wilkin & Sum cumpany have . hud an addition erjcte.l In the rear of their (lore building. The inrreme in the dealings of thai Or in demanded more room. It item, from all appearance!, that our nalghbqra on I lie anulh of lis are working up a scheme. A few days louver may develops tlia plan. I da not ba iter that 1'cna will be diawn into se-cenaion se-cenaion fiom its first love. The mail service furnished by the Echo it Park Cityrallaay Is the moat etaiinin-ablcatver etaiinin-ablcatver dealt out'to a stifTering public; jrVti'rXan ox team eiiprea would dietroutit I it las (o one. ! HI? r W. P. Kvans of Spanith fork la , iierellns week in 11. e Iniereit of tbe Y. j M. X. I. A, There Is a fruitful field iierekr the leliorar in tiehalf -of the jj'uuni men. May ki.it viait be (wait aur-eH(Ql. aur-eH(Ql. N'oa tlliat the crow have been gathered, gather-ed, threshing dune and prtierity!e in sAid Itnll, the silbscri Iters to Tbe Times slmalilaee tlnit the (atari of the editor It raaile Iliad. Itememtaer The Tiutea aaid pay itt, fi.i the editor ia m.t l.kn a t.aiil that can Kvo on air". This ia lltear-ceuteil lltear-ceuteil tlu ond delays. ate dangerotie. Oar tows is cursed wrf li a set of voting jnienabe are a iliegraee to htiiueniiy, I atid there ia nothing too fow or mean for themtuilo. t'iito recoutly they have been lato uiiavhief ; ilertraylng property, anil In aouie a?ases ipiipriu'iiig Utat which does met belong tu ibein. tome of our citizens declare that patience lias j ceased to lie a virtue ami that aurely j .oiiR'lhing 4,,,,, 1( ,,, lleo n,!,,,,, does not cease. We like to e-e the young men lively and full .f fun but I when it coiuca light down lo thieviiig end destruilng properly, why, then a I lllt "u,i called, tlf collrha little cm be ex Dieted from those who acknowledge ac-knowledge that they have no reaped f.)rllieui...lv. Even if this be true they should not CMTy lllat feeling lo other, so far ., ,0 ,! tiei,oIve criminals. ti,,op Maxwell, J. A. Merchant, Mer-chant, C.B. w'iker, linear V!kins ami others have ,utfureJ fr(MU lM,vil ""PP'lr Km. of the parties got their property back after diligent search ; others laave not been so forlouale, so lar. One party bore a enorl time ago had a new clothes linn taken away and out all la pieces; aunt her one had a bur taken off his wagon and never reiliiriied ; a tint hut had the rope taken off hit Hag pole and never returned ; some had wagons rem ofTainl upwH, while chains, rapes, etc., were strung ll over toon and the itootlhims call it Inn. .Never-tlieleiHi .Never-tlieleiHi it ia doauright thieving and slwould be puuislied aa snoh. U. K.rJ. Yjuh.