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to procure it than how he stand on the question os the hour. Publi.hed eTery WIDNESDAT and SATURDAY, Sharon may get tho seat by lavishby til OlSE.t PUMISHItH) COMPAXr. ly sharing his cash with the NVva C liarle W. Penrose, Editor. dans. And then again he mayn't. The oppressive power of inonied moaud Buioea Manager. nopolists is gulling the working min' ers of the State, and it may be that OfiOKX. UTAH. in a fit of virtuous indignation, evokWEDNESDA V, MAV 20 1874.. ed by rebellion against the tyranny of riches, they will refuse to be led UIMVAIEIK. in crolden chains, and elect some man to office for his worth instead of his One of the significant signs of the wealth. And that is what we hope times i. the movement to curtail the will Jo. power of the Romish Priesthood on they the rout incut of Europe, and to lift the pcopl'j out from under their con-irin teuiporul und political affairs. We thought that personal recrimllv.'ii in Austria, once overridden ination in legislative halls, was a li lie hordes of the 1'upal See, find feature peculiar to American politiruuipletely under the control of the cians; and that the system of personal I'ltpu and his prices, u determined ef- abuse flourished only under the wing fort hit been successfully made to of .the- American eagle and beneath literate 'the fieople"' from the tlirall-doUut the motto E 'jtliirijna utntin. under which they have suffered. the Nova Scotia Legislature has re ' The loWir house of tha Kfeitdistag has cently dissipated that idea from our .;i..Md the bill for the expukiou of mind. the Jesuits from the Empire. And Durinic recent disgraceful debates she member whoso eloquence mainly in the lower house of that Province .contributed tos the passage, of the the Premier, Hon! W.' Armand, ' the measure, is himself a Catholic, lie denounced the Order as "dangerous Provincial Secretary, Hon. li. Vail and their associates were accused of to liberty," and greatest cpe- confining, iu a luuatic asylum one iuivJ 'Christianity.!' ; , I'eler McNab, in order to keep his The powers which seek to enslave mouth shut on some of their disgracethe human mind are on the decline ful transactions. The Provincial , Jillpver; hc 'w'jrld. .Freedom to all Seerelary wail also accused of falsifyreligious couvictious and worship, but ing public records in the Crown Land down with despotism and tyranny Oilice. ' .. i . over mind or body ! ThU is the spirit These charges were referred to a f ho limes, and its whisperings are of investigation, who rebeard in every laud, and its inspira- Cojiinittce in favor of the accused officition and strength are nerving every ported als and pronounced the charges unh arl, and the coming age must bo true. An apology was demanded of au era of liberty in its fullest seusc, k the accuser, and .ou his refusal to confpatYbU vitb order and union. " tako it all back," the Serjeant-at-Arm- s True priesthood is for the cleva-tiowas instructed to eject him. uot the bondage of mankind. It guide!?, not enslaves; it teaches, net 3, Smarting , uujer the indignity of eompelrj it gives rather than takes, this measure, the contumacious memand causes joy and peae as well as ber has now revealed the fact that 'order ami union y and spreads light the first couiuiouer of the "Province, ,and liberty like the Ood who gives it was a defaulter in tho position of yjtuthority; I'jiostcraft has been the Custos of Aunapolls Cwunty, having put certain funds into his pocket in,ruiu of uatious ind the bane of we hail with delight the stead of the Treasury. a iiu.ifii-:- yl jiouy. I m . . I u, moving upward of the priest-boun- d musses, as indicative of the good time comiug, when all maukiud shall bo f ree to worship (io1 according to the v dictate of their own consciences, or let it alone without! fear of mortal -- icmquenccs. , , .WOIITII OU WEALTH ? Money is a power, anywhere. It "is particularly so in our neighboring SUKE AND WUOXG. ALWAYS Decision of the Arkansas AL-WA- A flair. The Poland Bill and the other little bills framed by the "ring" and presented by divers persons, are now understood to, be totally useless for the object designed, viz., immediate legislation to deliver the people, of Utah into tho hands of a few Federal officers. They have sunk; to the chop-falle- n health, with a desire to have plenty 0f real work, to say nothing of the Comfort of a happy, contented household. tt United Order. Last brauch ot the United order wasvitiUlJ "ft""!ed in the 14th Wnrd. tin. f,.n..,; or(r!, the ofilcera elect ml Pi did, aud have bragged so many times and failed just as often, that confidence ia not firmly established in their assverations. Maxwell, poor fellow, is still determined to unseat Delegate Caunon; though what he would mak'e by success amounts to nothing so far as he is concerned. His gooso has the odor of being thoroughly cooked and done for. If the Hon. George Q. should be unseated, which hemay be it is said that pigs might fly, but they are very unlikely birds Maxwell would be none the nearer to a scat." It has been decided that he was not elected and that the sitting member was, bo the bare probability of . an unfavorablo report from an investigating committee on the polygamy question, .which .is all the prospect Maxwell has, bears nothing but cold comfort for the disv , ; appointed aspiraut. The "ring" are sure that the Honorable Geo. Q. Cannon will be "turn- but they are always sure, and always wrong. ; If it is true that "hope deferred ... makcth the heart ed out,"- - : ! ' HIS -- , sage-jbul.o- r Williara Sharon is Seuatorial toga i the m:iu who wauts to sit iu the Joues. About ten years ngo t phcoLof he had less than nothing. Deeply involved, he went to Virginia City ai agent , for the Bank of California. How he has done it we don't know, but he has maoage-dtheap up the yellow gold and shining silver to the i tuue of millions. And uow ho wants to be Senator and stand in tha Senate stand. Whether ha will reach the . summit, of hi ambition, depends i rather upon, hqw muc'tt he will stand . , . . ... 3IAXDAMUS. Brooks will now be under the ne- cessity of retiring as gracefully as he can, and will, most likely, return to his old position of Methodist Elder. Instead of sitting in the gubernatorial chair of Arkansas,' he must occupy the pulpit in some neighboring State. How will the Methodist body recciro Brooks again? ; Will he fee regarded as a backslider reclaimed, or a martyr secured? They had bettor put him on the revival list, and send him around to scare sinners from the road to the pit. But if he doesn't scare them better than he did Baxter, ho wou't make much of a card for the fire and brimstone The and Tory anxious to bo seated lVobate Judge gospellers. Z of Cache County, obtained a writ of maMiumui yesterday, to enforce posMfsslonury Notice. session of. the County records and The Elders called to go on foreign office. He is awfully mad at the missions are expected, as far as they may SelectmoD. The man may Jam, but bo able, to be in Salt Lake City on or he'll ouly make a wu of it in the before the 26th inst., in readiness to leave here in the 6 o'clock morning train end. He is legally disqualified for oftha 27tb, except those who haves' the place, and be will suoceedjust ranged te join that train at Ogdeo and lika tholiGinera!"did at Washington. Braastoa. Dtt. i,Y. Aiw. illegally-appointe- d ZTX' thority of the ional: authorhies The Attorney-Genera- l in ed the President a written opinion E-the Arkansas gubernatorial dispute, are sure our readers win acBaxter is, that finds lhaok us he for which in calling, their attend and Statutory the very handsome advertisement cording to the Organic of th Excelsor Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis laws of Arkansas, the legal Governor, ' as it would be useless for um m i and that Brooks has no claim to the reviews anything in favor of the great Chsiter office The Attorney-Genera- l with the election, and creating new offices and providing beginning Brooks' claim of having received a for the payment of new expenses. majority of the votes cast, the action The "ring" feel terribly of the Legislature in the case of the over this miserable failure, of Brooks to the Supreme but have not quito yet lost heart. application Court for a irrit of quo warranto, and Ry private advices from Vashingtou the decision of that body that they we learn that Maxwell, Carey, Mer-ri- had no jurisdiction iu the case, and ct al are busy at Washington try-- , finally, the suit brought by Brooks in the Pulaski Circuit Court, and the ing to get up a new bill, which will of Ouster rendered by that not be open to the objections which judgment with the subsequent proceedCourt, have put the qnidtts on their other ings by Baxter's attorneys and the efforts. Of course they mean to suc- forcible seizing of the Governor's ofceed this time. Well, they always fice by Brooks. The Attorney-Genera- l -- - v an?S 'bottom o' the wasty deep;" that is, noosing Move. The very word su the Committee of the Whole, being the history of the case as already gestatbe thought of a well cooked meaT all ''tarred with the same brush," published and familiar to the public, followed by ea-- y digestion, vigorous pick," what a wofully sick crowd are These scandals have occupied the the Salt Lako "ring" at the present attention, of the Representatives for time of writing ! some time past to tho exclusion of public business, and personal parliaUAXTKK 11ECOGXIZED. mentary abuse which properly be' 4 longs to United States legislative ' ' : . ; . in scandalous The affair Arkansas has been assemblies, improperly taken hold of and appropriated by a body may now be considered settled. Preoutside of the pale of the Uniou. sident Grant. has recognized Baxter as Governor, and it will be useless What is the world coming to? for his opponent to attempt resistance to the voict of authority backed up ATTAC K WORKS. by U. S. bayonets. f --- ' State, the silver and sage b:ush land Since Gerald Massey's visit to of Nevada. It is well uudt rttood in.it the lever which raised Jones to California, the revereud divines are t'u' Senate was a goUen instrurncat. greatly agitated over the question, there a personal devil?"5 .Would Th-- Siattf was supposed to be Demo- - 'Is . critic till rJ JL Joues clinked his it not be as well for the learned geni twenty-dolla- r' pieces, and by their tlemen to devofe their talents to u fighting what are generally consider-- , mellow music charmed the iuto rlio mind that they were ed the works of their particular friend, without wasting their time ) v ;Jtepublicaus. about what ho is like! They will Another election is approaching, is turning find that out soou enough when they . aod another money-baggehis ey untoward-- , Washington, and make hin personal acquaiut&nce in another and a warmer world . Counting" tho probable cost of tho Washington, 15. has present- peacably to' their within ten days, nut hemselvcs to the ' . Thomas Taylor ; 1st Vice President , i Winilpr , -- ..n,l Vi,. ivo 1 reHiuent Crismon ; George Secretary. Hvnim n Folsora; Asst.. Secretary, Thomas Edward Taylor; Treasurer, Aurelius William II. Folsom, George H Taylor, Thomas G. ' Webber, Joseph Woodniansee. Joseph Home, Angus M Canuon and L. S. Hills. .Tnlln R. 1 Miner-Directors- , then says that when the Presi- dent is called upon by the executive of that Suae to protect it agaiust domestic violence, it appears to be his duty to give the required aid, but when two persons, each claiming to be the Governor, make such a call the President must determine which is the constitutional Governor, aud in this case the Constitution of Arkansas is decisive of the question, and that Constitution makes the General Assembly of tho State the tribunal to settle election matters. The Constitution converts the Legislature into the judicial body, and its judgements of the Supreme Court of the State on any matter without its jurisdiction. The Attorney-Gcites the case of Berry, eneral a candidate for State Auditor en the Brooks' ticket, against 'Wheeler, his competitor, "who was declared elected by the Legislature, as exactly aiimi-la- r case to the one of Brooks against Baxter. Berry brought a suit in the Pulaski' Circuit Court to recover the office; Wheeler applied to tho Supreme Court for a writ of prohibition, d forbidding the Circuit Court to on the ground of want of jurisdiction. The Snpreme Court grant ed a writ, and the Attorney-Genersays that under these circumstances the recent decision of the Pulaski Circuit Court is not only surprisin g, but presents th most reprehensible case of judicial insubordinatien, and that the judgment rendered iu favor of Brooks is absolutely void in regard to Brooks' claim of receiving a majority of votes. The. President has no way to veri fy that claim, and if ho bad . he has no right to go behind the action, of the Legislature io declaring the vote, as that body was regularly organized and a competent tribunal. Tha opinion concludes as follows: "It would be disastrous to allow the proceedings by which Brooks has obtained possession of the office to be drawn into precedent. There is not a State iu tho Union in which they would not produce a conflict, and probably bloodshed. They caHnot be upheld or justified upon any ground, and, in my opinion, Baxter should be recognized as lawful executive of the State of Arkansas." The President has issued a proclamation, which was telegraphed to Little Rock for the information of all concerned. The proclamation sets forth that certain disorderly, turbulent persons liave combined together to resist with the force of arms the authority of Baxter as the Governor of Arkansas, aud that Baxter has been declared duly elected by the Legislature, tho only competent tribunal. That he has in accordance with the Constitution of the United States, called on the President to protect the State from domestic violeuce: that both Houses of the General Assembly, convened by, Baxter, have also made a similar request, and the President, being authorized by the Constitution aud laws of the United States to render assistance asked in such cases, and to command the dispersion of such insurgents, he therefore now issues his proclamation commanding all turbulent and disorderly persons to dispene and retiro The following story comes from Ireland : Two men had a quarrel in a liquor shop. They adjourned outside to settle the dispute. The first man being from Conoaught, immediately seized a lump of stone and let fly at the head of his opponent, who'dipped his head and missed the stone," which went through an expensive plate glass window, and did much damage. A magistrate was called upon next morning to determine which of the twe should pay the cost. The evidence clearly showed that the aim was a good one, and if the second had not dipped his head ho would have been struck. Therefore," said the mag. " he must pay the damages, istrate, as it is certain the first maa didn't intend to injure the window,' and the window would not have been injured if it had not been for the act of the second man." r KODUCE O. W. TUKXE1S; pro-ceo- al . STOIti ' ' .... his old stand on FIFTH STREET, for the purchase and sale of IliW " ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, Garden and Crass Seeds. At his BOOK STORE adjoining he keeps all the Periodicals and Newspapers of the day, also a full stock of Stationery, Wall Paper, Pictures, Frames, etc. . G. W. TURNER. 8-Gm NOTICE v To the Ogdcii ami People-oe 1 Northern Utah. . - , JAMES' DWYEK, ' . .. The lending Bookteller of SALT LAKE CITY, :- "4i :..: - t- ; - . - Kas gone to New York, Boston and Pliiladelpai to ju&ka Urge purchase of Books, lor S3M3L L133AIES, SUNDAY ': ' - 31 A rs, 1 '. 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