-- The most important event of the week was the "Leap Year Ball" given by the Colombian Club. There was a good attendance and there were no "wall flowers."
-- Harry Taylor and Company played "The Lost Ship" at the Music Hall to a very well filled house.
-- The Brass Band was out serenading on Monday last.
-- A movement has been started in Kaysville among the businessmen to check the ruinous effects of the prevailing system of unlimited credit and to protect against those unreliable individuals.
-- The Great Salt Lake and Hot Springs Road (railroad) is soon to be extended to Kaysville. Simon Bamberger was in town looking over the proposed route. The probable area the new road will go thru is one block east of Main Street.
-- The usually good skating on the Lake Shore is attracting those who take delight in such sport.
-- The Quarantine officer reported 31 deaths during 1892, 20 of who were males, and 11 females
-- The marshal announced there were 8 arrests during 1892.
-- Yesterday was the anniversary of William Stewart's 69th birthday.
-- There have been valuable improvements made to the business interests of the city. The Kaysville Creamery commenced business under Mr. Seth C. Jones. Their product is in demand. The City Drug Store was born this year. S. A. Thompson proprietor says his trade is very satisfactory. H. J. Sheffield has just moved his crockery business into his new and elegant headquarters. His building is the finest in the city.
PHOTOS: Examples of H. J. Sheffield crockery
On August 1, 2018 Kristine decided to begin a series of excerpts from the newspaper called These excerpts were taken from articles about local happenings/gossip/announcements etc. It tells a story and gives a feel for Kaysville back in the day.
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