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.rnvernments from the start, and com denominations busily engaged there mitted all matters of internal legisla'ion satis not that is class is a oud yet there ot tn inhabitants, un fied. The overthrow oi me mnjornj to the discretion than by the Btate otherwise restricted iu Utah has not been accomplished as Penrose. KdTilor Charles constitution :o:adopted by tuem. originally want now Q. Congress they hoped. They was tho language used by the That hostile them to aid legislation bygraruing ON THE rOLAXZ BILL. VTE ARE DOING BUSINESS wrest Chief Justice in rendering this decieion, IN ugaintt this majority,, atiI heirthus which reversed the proceedings of the hands. from affairs of OODEX, UTAH. control t ie ine in of the third judieiai aistnci Sir, it is but another scheme for rob- iudee COJfCLBDIB. Jfc'l. is hoped that it Territory oi nau. amwhh it Thr.ir.diy Em-hirs- t and that people, bing Hut it mar be said. "If these capitalists ea be done under ite guise of law. Bradley, in another, decision recently laws, AND do of Uah influential hesiuiie . before given, also sustains the territorial tod should othr people Members 2.V. l SOW LJUTflXUl attorney-generaof an election the bill and ot this bill the a why cast their vote for such not desire : passage AsJ i'.;'- - i! have they not ia person or by a com Examine well what the results of such for the Territory 'by tke Legislative detwo Those StocJc, . Tnc House has passed the til! for mute or tbe Territory. by pctiiion come to the House legislation are likely to be. Let mem- sembly of impor-ti.i- ii consider 1 1" exceedingly The cisions be not like would Justice it how Colorado. that and urged passed the admission pf they bers aek themselveK We beg to call tii as showing the character of the Are now open for Wholesaling as well as Retailing. These meu hare im- fuch legislation enacted forihen if they reason is obvious attention of our patrons, and the public, to the fact that would say, let Utah in, and judgin It ah. They show that have in Utah. If interests or proceedings they for any were religion portant objectionable ment wftuld say amen U the demand. not cases in court, they do not know other reason. Put yourself, wr, in the the people themselves have maintained been intrenched within re would OUR HOUSE tondition of the Mormons, and ask the law, have not they may hare, vlt LARGEST IN OGDEK, With a sufficient population of in. how soonmore have sought to transcend the the have law, tnan to like would how cournge, oruinary you quire yourself with accordance and thrift? therefore, lor sucn men to eome lorwaru inch a law as I hi pissed against you. leaceable law, but have acted in dustrious, Our lines of the organic act of the Territory and the weak tide, howthe with are tlie take Mormons suid and that he part with unburdenel It may DRY' citizens a treasury GOODS, the Assembly Legislative ever strongly their feelings may lean in heretics, but this does not justuy Con- laws passed by CL.OT1IIXC3, debt, the form of State Government that direction, especially witii sucn a gress in making this bill a law. Such of the Territory, and submitted to you at the time. HATS. a i.ige in the third judicial district as legislation never, in the history of the for your approval toactive into start Iilo, already ' fend that I must hurry on. In the I sucn now sits there. down FAXCY GOODS, neresy. legis world, put ji allowed me I find it impossicduiiutioo prepared as liberal aa It will be, observed also that the lation can, then all history belies itself, short time explanations which should an v and fur Letter than most in tha parlies who are here urging the passage for history bears testimony that no Buch ble to make of this bill are those who are interested measure as is proposed in tlrs bill ever be made to give a correct idea of affairs In the third section of Union, a large area of country de iu its success. If this bi'.I should become was succcseful in accomplishing-sucan in PROVISIONS, Etc this find I bill States this United office the provisiou: of tue the of case did in the not law, voted to agriculture and Etock rais ARE COMPLETE. object. It "And whenever, in nuy proceeding in Utah would be Huguenots; it did not in the case of the t facilities for manu districtas attorney much as that of the President Puritans; it has not in any case, and for divorce, or ia any civil cause, or in ing, abund-inworth the office of marshal it never will, never, while the earth any criminal prosecution, it is necessary to factures,. iiuiucaia and valuable of the United Slates; rebe equally valu would Utah Territory stands and human nature possesses its prove the existence of the marriage mineral resource several important of not able. What does this bill do T In the iirest-nfeatures, unless, indeeu, you lation between two persons, it shall be necessary to prove the same by the railroads and hundreds of 'miles of first section it sweeps away twenty-on- e Are prepared to do the most extensive trade in this City. tiamp a religion out by destroying ail of any record or certincate oi them a its for and substitutes believers. production sheriffs, no of telegraph, coiwmercial interests United States marshal, and Iwenty-on- e What is now Utah Territory whew first the marriage, but evidence oi conaoita-tiobetween the parties as husband and common order and prospeot for in deputies in the counties; that is a deputy settled was a country that nobody desir-ethere it wife, and the acts, conduct, declara tor each county. What does the second constituents went When influence uiy crease, prosperity, wealth, section provide? It gives to the United was supposed they would either fall vic- tions, and aWmissions of the parties shall and power with which no other terri States district attorney the entire con- tims to the Indians or starve to death. be admissible, and the marriage may be claims trol of tho prosecutions in the Territory, But after struggling for years they suc- established like any question of fact.' iory can corupsre, Utiih has In this connection I call attention to not only under the Uiiiied States laws ceeded in transforming it from a desert fur admission; as a State which the but under the local laws. to a place of beauty. But this was only the decision of the United States SuWith the feeling there is on this sub- dene by immense sacrifice and toil. preme Court in the case of Cutnmings countrv cannot repudiate, unless and with such a diartict attorney as Some of the settlements of Utah Territo- vs. The Slate of Missouri. It wilt be ject blinded with prejudice and bigotry we have now, who has shown ' what his ry have had their entire crops swept off found in 4 Wallace, and I will read an g designs are, we can readily understand five years in succession by grasshop-ers- . extract from pages 325 and 326 and wi fully opposed to what the fate ef the Mormons would be In 1855 thejeropsof the entire Terri"By an ez post facto law is meant one and caual riuhta. if this bill should be made a law.especi- - tory were destroyed by tiioes insects. I which imposes a punishment for an act time it The admission of Utah would re- allr when they are not allowed if tbey do not think I overstate the case when I which was not punishable at the even believe in the rightfulness of poly say, remote as Utah then was from all was committed, or imposes additional The best place in town for a lieve Congress of its annual trouble gamy, to sit upon a jury, and when genhelp, that of any other community sim- punishment to that then prescribed, or which evidence of made rules in the evidence is have Terby eral hundreds would situated affairs the changes of reputation over the domestic ilarly criminal prosecutions. Let an unpre btarved to death and their settlements less or different testimony is sufficient to the of here and the people T ritory, judiced jurist examine this bill, especi would have been abandoned. It was tho convict than was then required. the rule to bill This the bad has who to he in if stir rabble them change proposes strife, santiment, ally prompting experience religious blackguard tip ' ' OF and he cannot tail to per divide with each other to the last mouth- of evidence, and I submit it comet in block the wheels of the law, and Territories, of with the decision this of and conflict subversive ceive how dangerous Supreme ful, that saved .them. Mr. Speaker, there was no talk then Court in the ease I have cited. make a general racket in order to all republican government it is. I can not believe that there is a member of about enacting laws for the Territory of Sir, I know the prejudices which ex conthe in can what they pick up this House who would vote for such a Utah. No; the Mormons could struggle ist on this Mormon question. I know fusion. Let Utah in, and seo how tiill to be enforced against any other on and perish if they chose, and these that many men are ready to do anything than those who reside in Utah zealous patriots who now profess such that may have the effect to destroy what AS LOW AS ANYWHERE IN UTAH. a State ean be managed in the in- people Territory. Let gentlemen examine it and interest for Utah cared nothing about is called Morn.onism. I implore mem terests of order and the welfare of try and forget that it is designed to be her. It is only since mines have been bers to reflect and not act hastily upon in operation against the Mormons, discovered, and city property become this bill. Such legislation will not de fiochty)' 'ami- how j: 'quickly, all the put then usk themselves if they would valuable, and railroads have been con- stroy that system. Its believers have and trouble brewed under territorial pres- be willing to have it go upon the statute structed it is only since it was found 8ufl'ered themselves to be driven from , that the Mormons had valuable posses their homes time and time again for , ...-sure would pass away with the froth bcok. jQkJt 3Ll&lJLGSit fllere the hammer fell. sions that this interest ia taken by the their religion. They cannot be convinced und. Hcum; .'Let her in, and decent minutes present crusaders against Utah. You by the bayenet; they cannot be coavinc The Speaker. Th foriy-fivMormons allo wed to the gentleman from Utah have remember, sir, that four years ago it was ed by vielence; they cannot be convincGentiles and scnsiblo STONE-FRON- T said that unless Congress interposed ed by any such means. Hostile legisla FORGET wiiTiTJnKite "'the mountain- - valleys expired. 9J JL J V JL4 Mr. Cannon, of Utah. 1 trust tuo there would be bloodshed in that Terri- tion will not have that effect. If the teem with the results of iudusiry House will grant Eie more time. It is tory. An effort was made to convince Mormons are in error, reason is the ar : T t the first time that I have appealed to the Congress that unless legislation was en- gument to which appeal must be made '' an.rt'terjr C. WOODMTAffSEE. House for 'auy courtesy of this kind. At tne present time and ever since acted for Utah bloodshed would he been lias Go on. settled Utah her Members. iiud Several Four have have people passed, years PROSPECTS. is as peaceable as opened their places of worship to men of Mr. Poland. Mr. Speaker, I have no that Territory sort of objection to extending the gentle- it was at that time. every denomination !o enter and preach. The Washington Star of the 3d, man's time so long i.s the Houc may But it is said that the courts are lock- Sir, as you keow, a distinguished divine choose to extend it. I have already ed up and cannot execute the laws be- of this city went to Utah and held a con says of the l?oJand. bjll: . . u fx is TVTMTK. to him and to those to whom be cause of the difficulty of obtaining jurors. troversy before the largest congregation yielded .?T1 bill c'dtf gobs to the Senate, s of Sir, that is no more tbe cuse now than that could probably be convened in tbe might choose to yield t Patent Medicines, put where, somo of its provisions will oT an hour, taking for myself only fifteen it has been for a Fcore of years. Under Usitcd Statss, on the question of polyeo it a from and been ever and minutes has with in them. Utah fifteen, courts have gamy, the present laws of legal minutes opening challenge ; opposition ARTICLES' V CTT& f.-1 to an ex- been held and cases tried for a long sucWhenever a reputable minister of any TOILET J vAfco point of view," and it ii doubtful if it far closing.theBut mast object time denomination to or , And has creed cession unless of of were tension not for it Utah, gone gentleman's years. session." this passes AND the same additional time that may be al- the obstinacy of the. Judge of the Third he has had an opportunity of speaking It ,ia exceedingly' doubtful whether lowed to him shall be allowed to me. Judicial District there would be no dead- in t be nails of the Latter-dataints Medicinal lTses The Speaker. How much lime docs lock there at the present time. Id tbe There has been no exclutiveness, no PERFUMERY. tho shameful measure will come up other districts of Utah courts have been disposition to close their doors against the gentleman from Utah desire f iu' the Senate flunng tue present Mr. Cannon, of Utah. ' I do not think held and jurors have been summoned. reason. As 1 have already said, day session. If it should be considered, I shall require much longer time. s I nub-ai- it But it has been published in a, duilv pa- schools and Sunday schools are estab Si this to the House. per of large cireulaiion in Salt Lake lished there by religious Eectj opposed to tjiafe'can ie little doubt; that some Mr. Poland. I do not wish to be the Mormons, and if this system can be NEW STORE. FULL STCCL d - 73 tf City, the editors of which are responsias objecting to the gentleman's ble men, tht the judge of ihe Third put down it will be byrfiion and sot amendments will be made. The pro Kutlwieh (be same extea-sio- n District had said in Substance 'he would by compulsion and violence vision which excludes citizens from proceeding,to the committee that is.given curry his point with Congress if he ruinHere the hammer fell. given ! ' on aecouut.of. their be to him.. :' i ' ed the entire legal business of the Terthe jury-bo- x : v The Speaker. If the gentleman from ritory." lief, con'scarceTy pass in the Senate, Utah will The question as to which is the right, specify the time he wishes, the Cart for Sale. - Ogden. - arid would not have passed the House Chair will submit the request to the ful officer of the courts under the laws An excellent band-custrongly constructod DEALER IN ' as II ouae. nd of suitable for , the Disthe baker's or United a Slates new, good pedTerritory r if the bill had not been sprung upon . aier a use, lor eaie cneap ny Mr. Cannon, of Utah. I would like to trict Attorney or the Attorney-Genera- l payne christian, ; tha members by a parliamentary trick, have fifteen minutes longer. of the Territory has been submitted to Fuiu th Street, just below Z. C M. I, Ogden.d22 3tf The Speaker. The gentleman from the United States Supreme Court, and and forced through under tho presUtah asks fur fifteen minutes, and the the decision hag been in favor of the sure of "the previous question," with gentleman from Vermont asks that the created. by Territorial s atute. Tbe To be Gently Dealt Willi. A NEW STOCK OF ut a single hour for debate, If the s:mie time be given to the committee. If case of the United Slates Marshal vs. tfrere be no objections these requests the Territorial Marshal is an aualogous GOODS, Brother Harlan of the Washington bill is amended ia tho Senate it will will be granted togother. The Chair one. In two instances the Supreme Court be should Chronicle, Daily gently In great vnriely, all for sale have to go back to the House, where hears no objection, and the extensions ef of the United States have sustained the dealt with. The fact that he made local authorities of the Territory in cases time are granted. it will uke time to discuss '.ho change AT Mr. Camion of Utab. Mr, Speaker, which have ben carried up from this himself a volunteer tax collector, and j if it jhould be concurred ; in, and be the condition ef Utah Territory is such court which now complains of being raised 520,000 in percentage out of that I can speak of it with a good deal locked up. The United States Supreme probability is that tho "robbers ring" of pride.aiid without any fear in relation Court has sustained the laws of the Ter- hard pressed delinquents of the Disof Salt Lake will have to bite their to the result of any examination to ritory. This does not look as' though trict, may constitute a dubious trans affairs may be subjected. the people of the Territory were usurp- action; but he has defended the ryiils till the next session, when they which its Utah Territory has now been settled ing autnority or giving their officers pickings and stealings of the Washmay try it again years. Ou the 24th power not guaranteed by law and usage. ington ring with such wear and tear nearly twenty-ieve- n of the coming month we shall have been Instead of a usurpation of power on tin of conscience that he ought to be ( IV1L KH.2ITS. wo are part of the Legislative Assembly of Utah, there twenty seven years. for a greenback forgiven applying on The or the the debt. out of counties, cities, and part of an officer created by Sjuator Morrill, f Maine, is one the Territory are entirely free from debt. their act and against the United States plaster to that function. Moreover, is net a bond of any kind afloat. olBcer, ug stnted by the gentleman from in these days of increased salaries, it of tho.Bupportcrs . of the civil rights Thereaffairs of the Territory have been Vermont, tbe contrary has been the is a The pretty pass it a 10,000 states bill. The object of the measure is to managed in most eonomical manner. case the usurpation has been on the Goods. man may not raise himself to a $20,- enforce tho rights of colored persons The aim has bca to have taxation light part of the Federal officer, and the Uni- uuu editor without a row about it. as possible. There are those who wish a ted States Supreme Court has so de PAINTS, OILS, TURPS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,! Cincinnati Commercial (Jnd.) to equal privileges with white folks chance, who desire to obtain the control cided. '" A FULL LINE OF Ia one of the decisions made npoa a in schools, churches, hotels, theatres, of affairs, and this bill is in their interest It is easy to imagine what the re- case of importanee Clinton against I steamboats, traius and other publio sult would be if it were to pass and the Euglebrecht appealed from Ihe District Paris. Progressive control of the Territory were taken out Court to the United Stat-- Supreme places. of the hands of those who at the present Court, Chief Justice Chase said: The Hunting Club of Paris lately The serene Senator from Maine time have the "The theory upon which the rarious celebrated the close of the shootins? majority there. What an was walking in Washington, the excellent field there would be for I was governments for portions of tbe territo sty plunder, and I do not know tory of the United States have been or- season by giving a masked ball and other Sunday when he passed a going that it is toe strong a word to use. Experi- ganized has ever been that of leaving to supper at the Grand Hotel to th ladies of the demimvnde, who, head church of "ullud brudders" of the ence elsewhere has shown how easy it is tbe inhabitants all the powers of StsHUe bonds and to involve a ctmmu-nit- y consistent with the suprem- ed by the still notorious Cora Methodist persuasion. He liked the to Pearl, ALSO, inextricably in debt. acy and supervision of uatiooal authorwere there in great numbers. Same He bad no Biusinrr. and went in. It is against this that my conctituents ity, and with certain fundamental prinof the dresses were superb. Four Old sooner taken his seat than a solemn-lookin- g protest. They wish the majority to govern ciples established by Congress. As early hunured duwn . sat as was 1784 Utah? to in ordinance not an guests They govern elsewhere, why adopted by the supper, darkey deacon came to him Why aid the minority ? What have the Congress of the Confederation providing ana aanaog was kept up till five Xii requested him to leave, as this majority done that this be inflicted up- for the division of all the territory, o clock in the morning. Those perCIGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF. was a cliur h for colored people. The on them? It has been said, let the rail- ceded or to be ceded into States, with sons who are so ready to declare that ANG0STtBA astvnUhed Senator departed with "a road be built across the continent and boundaries ascertained bv Ihe ordinance America is as immoral as 1I03IE, KEXmr,MD JACKET, PLANTATION and tho Mormon power will soon be broken. Th ese States were severally authorized Paris, may Ilea iu bis ear."' Then it was said, let mines be discover- to adopt for their temporary govewment picture to themselves the sensatioa And ..now., the meek Morrill is ed, eothat emigration may flow in, and the constitution and laws of any one of which would be created in the social ftuJying tut a s;hciue to give white the, overthrow of the Mormons will then the States, and provision was made for world if any fashionable club The railroad has been their ultimate admission by delegates folk ecjjal privileges with people of be assured. men in New York or Phila mines have been opened, emigrainto the Congress of the United States. young col-r- , and U compel tho superior built, tion has flown to Utah, churches and We thus find the first plan for the estab- delphia wera to openly organize Prescription Accurately Prepared. jigger to accord civil rights to the schools have been built and lishment of governments in the Terri- public entertainment for ladies organized lntVrior widtt trash. I believe there are five or six different tories authorized the WILLIAM DKI7EK. Fror' . adoption of Siatc that clas and character. d92'tf S C 13 WALKER BRO'S. & II Cannon Hon George CO. -- , OUR NEW BUILDING --- . tj; llrfff !'i Having Increased our IS THE GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Figures Reduced to the Lotvcst margin. t Possible n WALKER BRO S. & CO., d. WOODMANSEE'S STORE! East Side Main Street, Ogden. fair-dealin- ASS Oil TME N G E NJEMA L ' . ErTcrchandise First-Clas- s PRICES PRODUCE TAKEN - til . . e lVIa.rlx.ot ZEIatee. THE DON'T M. " TIIlT STORE! DRU y AlAinC .' three-quarter- IW&r i: S&imJsi v y C. L. Peebles, Fifth .( lily Prescription Druggist, reel, Ogden. Utah. cen-sider- - ' SAMUEL HOBEOCKS, ' Main Street, rt . General IMerciiandise. JUST AREIVED, er SPUING AND SUMMER THE LOWEST RATES. 87-- 1 Store! Drug City OGDEN. MAIN STREET, To-da- PURE DRUGS & PATENT MEDICI Perfumery and Toilet s Groceries ! Groceries Genuine Old Scotch WliisUey, Old Cognac Brandy, Fine Jamaica Mum, . Dutch Schnapps Tom Gin, Fine Article of Foreign and Satire Wines and BITTERS. igf Lior!