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f ; "B'rMe.l Ibo Hon'vIctor, - " " ' 'f?,...BrBVt'Jli6 conqueror of a woild,,'.- -IJraver he wo controlj hlioself." ., FoRShatwMmBaicrMttdT, ,Fprjih'at pur. ow?; Was, it, nj'.msny; pytheU 8cU would etra'to ay,'to admitiUttV (o Ti"ts,"dej)rwd'i)i llUtd taste? ro eomdilt all kindi of wkiea-est.aua wkiea-est.aua aln'ta'eqiwt thefrery fiend h i.depniv-(y.?,Bl i.depniv-(y.?,Bl 'P himself In ctlmft for, which "iht'rf I nd'ciedempilob?. or waJt for.lnVbforpar. Me7,I; sir lt;f. for a ijnottVi ; purpoalj'ft ai a'liilfilon tb!petform'hery,whlch)WU maii r'mai him eternall.'. e'WMient'pfeparatory, i"lt;We1re, tdBchool hlmelfloMjie;clen'oe'6i H of aefrgoveromefli4-tr;overco fid, make hU 'paulocs SQbaetvJent 'let hh "will nd'to7ho1aw:of right. Iirtbe momln of life, whtn the world Jlei efore him, and hin pathway ia unobacured by e lowering cjouda.of adyJty,lio. it told that II (hat la great, troly great, noble and good be r to. aoek ofiar and, perform TU dealte, for aod or erll nay.t already Implanted. la his oaom; bui'baia told to overcome the evil and tVlio gooi rule predominant In bis .heartj and he does, hfj happlneis U certain. It has. been lid, and ajld. truly, that "The pf opt r atndy of mankind ia matt?' ; Is an enisma.wbjch punles the wnest, and om which the most learned turn away In de. atr. ; To a atrong'and vigorous mind there li no Ibjic't ao fraught with lnternt, or which U less iideratoodV Few, comparnilyely few arrive to it it Into practice, and hence the confusion hlch relgna'parainonnt thronj;hout Ilia earth; any mayy perhapa, at aome period of their res, have endeavored to learn thia nrtj but few icceed; They generaUy yield In despair, and iverxgaln attempt what they deem an Impost bllityj and; by a? doing, lose the chance jif ever mquerlug. Yet on this depends hit future B!(aT',i,u,0 happinesst he ahould think of is, as it would .nerve his heart aud energy to ;rater exerliona, greater tflurts, This selfrgovernmeat abound not only be exited ex-ited on reat and momentous' occaslona, but In 11 the mlnutia of life;' for a great number of mall events, in tfio aggregate, are Urge. Tha a la formed of an Immense number of drops, ilileb of tbemaelrea are small, bat which, juined ita cine vait whole, present to our view that amepse ocean which spreads over three-fourths f the Habitable globe, and upon Whoae broad ojora ride. the llteta of a hundred different na-lons, na-lons, It i ao with lifej.lt ja formed of small vents, inconsiderable of themselves, but which, ;om their number, become vast and important. When a raau perceives that he is Infringing pon any known law or order, no difference 'hether , human or divine, he ahould have auffl-l?nt auffl-l?nt energy and integrity of purpoae to refrain om the commission of that act, and turn al is strength of bis nature, both physical and isntal. Into a path which be knowa Is aceept-Me, aceept-Me, and which will be legally recognised as jc.bj the law of equity and justice Who . prefer uteaalng or the terra), w&oreaousMMi aMtflaticerto Justice, anal who treated equtj hrtacrlty Md hoaof with derUioa aad contspj Ifkiaa aa an ladivldoal cannot overeeeMT hU tetf, live Wmaelf within tha faduada preectlb r by nature, hew cart It be eapeeted thai, ki a cm '. twaalty 4ty of a thousand conflictiir W1I4 J eats, h ..ijriH pay that attention and leaf ' obedience to the lawe ana ttatn tea of UU couaf 1 which. Will l&awe her eontmued nceesa ft r. prosperity. , l'bere are many argumenta which night 3 brought'forwanl to prove that, that man is ha j pleat; and far more coateateet wHh hto lot In IM who haa broaght . hlnwelf, smt.. ander eontr . aad who can, byflb sirosg' eMt' of hl, wi j cease fata leptaina aad atop the pang of dlsa j pointed amice aa ambition. DiogeBea, inl poverty, waa far aaore contented with his ph( . In life than waa Alexader with aH his pew ' abd lfi the mldit of all. hit Victories. Why Vi I tb!T It waa because he had ahoold hims to desptie the rich of thb We, and ta dcatre C more thaa would barely RUppott hiat. It ia true saying that "that maa ia rlcheet who t the fewest wahta to supply." " ' 'Man, know thyteli" was precept given oar Savior for our cooilderatlon; yel, how f there ae who pay aDy aitealioa thereto. Th who, by the position and influence they aa should set the eknmple and lead as, forward,' their vice and wlckedaese diagraco the nai of naa. They pursae Bothlsg bat the phaate pJeaauVe they aeek tot nothing bat to gratl their oWn vitiafed taates aad deatrea, ae4 not follow in the footsteps bf Htm whs died ta rede a f alien world. Thla la,- and baa foi age been t altaattoa of the humaa family; and, until cew,rw5wd' MjM.mel. at4hediet cbaBge to which tfie various orgaaixed powi are aubjecl,norvat the lipWfecUeM, which i , everywhere percelve'd.'" ) cv'" f ' "'Selt-governmeBiA-W .:aV; aefegai agaiaat t lie minor , 'peVpMtitieaofiTkCbui-li: also a safeguard.BgalnaloTi thl evil wlilcharl It;ls a ;cdurae . whTca wiIi;fnsre?;ito"follbwi agaiaat adversity, and ligbteathe1 heart f. load of anxiety in prosperity, by . .taniing bi to think Jee of losing their all, than of aecarl to themselves coritenlraerit aBd;happiaesa. self-governmeat I, do not aean tie oatw.a slibw ar.dmsk of contentment, by wbich m, hide hU real feallBgafrom the' gtze. or.vuij aequaUtaBceBjTiaf .tbe real CTntentmeaUf,hei and t.ranqulliiy'of mmd'Wliloh . jhe sure In catigabfJaward happlaea andpeace.? ;The vVnHonalltlea bf Ilfe;may,'?perhapaV--M person to appjtajr yi lih' BJ;Io-;couaen'abi aa tlwugii ue.weWin'the.po'eaessioij oif hap'plne yet I do thIUk thai one who ;dbea ao,' anjr rublieAp.uWcpwi'hla,bvii i. heart tobe'Jcj stenled ahd.liappy; n; a'plte of 'it ' effoirVt '' to. I contrary, lie tjiould thro wjisjdeliir cause I ibappiber, onlesi.cauaed. byhiaowa'-'ludisc) Uon.aud appear at hbra'e,by bii owq fireaide, wi he appeared to olheiain public. ' Half our. sorrows are ho sorrowa at ailoi we hug; and chetriidi them untd ihey 'becoi part of, bhV riature,nd 'It 1 almoat impoeit t.o'eTecjM .oaraelvesjof them., Ttiia la laet saquenco of ifinoruiice'Tlie poet aoyi; , .- i "Half bur troubles are'hatf oar.inventlon -. . And of ten f rom.bleaatngs confeired, Ilave, we ahrunk lo the vile abprebe'naioa- Of evils whlclt never occurred;' ' 7 It (Ms fa:admitteVina I tinkf ew will dispi if, it not betler.fo grapple ! wttli-"forin.ei'ii determine to accompllsh spmetning?- By living our. confused arid dreaming manner we but 'o to, InsUad "of dimmlshlugVour- perplexijlea; a glvb fortune the opportunity tOthroWfu's la t background.,,. Jt ; (), , "Jl.can't, never accompllihed anything, vW ".haa done.wondera., I.wIIlvnw;tH formed, miracles.. Then. Iet gur motto lie, wiU," and follow It vup with a ateady andu wavering1 perseverance, ai energy that nei tires, and we will surprise darselvea at the ii provement we make. ' " "But alf will fail to chain my joul. To scenes 0( sad tegret; For Ju tne future fortune lies, "I will" beaomelbiug yet," A man who cannot conquer himself, and atraln hie own passions, and bring them with reasonable bound, ought not to be entrust with the, desllnlea and Uvea of millions of i countrymen. Jle ought to be. ejected from i trust and'responsiblllty, and.nntjl he can brii tbem into subjection, left without office or pi ferment. Oatow. iUt; itiyVER OF THE LEGlSLATIV ASSEMBLY,. FoarCuua, November,, 18K). EptTOas MocnTAiNrta: GruTixstiN; Some few week ega J .wrol a few Hoes relating otbe expediency, of givin .Common Law and chancery. jurladlcflon to Uj Probate Courts bf this. Territory, it is now "i my mind to wilt.e o liie subject of the power 1 the Legislative Assembly to-glvo them)i) jurisdiction. Allow roe " to VugSfat that, J America, and in England the'law ia presumed I be enacted with the' consent .of the people; aome instances this consent la expreaaly give in other the consent' is implied: that whe there pre no human enactments,, the people mi chose a legislature, and that legislature mi enact such lawa aa they deem beat for their oh aod the.people's welfare. If there bono Coi atltution to circumscribe tha legUtature, it w be supreme, it will constitute thceupreme, pow of the atate,so that la the language of an Erigiii law commentator what they prescribe will I "prescribed by the aupreme power of the Stat They will command what i right, and prohil: what Is wrong." Hut If there be a constitute Ibey, like the rest of the people, will be go verm by it; that , they cannot enact a law Oiat Is ii consistent with It. If, further, there are a coi titution and laws superior to their own ease ments,they still may enact any statute or pn scribe any law that ! not Inconsistent with uc constitution aad superior laws. If the constat tioa and laws (both of the superior aad Inferit legislabjre) dowt eocfllct with each other, hot ait fcaad, each by Hie otaw' aide,' they are stlltte-y, stlltte-y, g4l. Voa peeive by kkri that W Ihe aitaclasefit I? ef the saboraSaats f tater let legulatw be not r- "HKoflfufert" with the eenatUatloB, Mr with tha eel icrlbe4 Wathe.sHerkr legiMre,lt a- Hfal and bhadfeg; the "inconitoncy mi be w- HMre to reiW void eaaclmest. tt mast w Wsffaretrf ajKk'hf m a disgatssaVaiya. . ry tified, iaterpretatioa. Mow' atsuada same of nd, these thiega la Utah? The eW seWefC cbbs here ia elghteea haadred and forty seven. -'No be humaa law existed here; and so far aa we know, p- or sre able fa learn, sever did exist ' No, noth. J fe, rg baHhe law the aatatetea IdB.: - Na ol, United States CoastiUtion, na act of Cosgrer, iii, flalreatlesino lawsaf aatlffl Th segMatara ' p. of the old settlers tbea was mpreaw, aad thu U y stood until September 9th, 1950, when Csagretty ;te htkij& y h treaty of Gaada Leape IWalgo ia er, 118, ohifd (hi cosatry, exteaied coa-,M coa-,M stitatibaasd hwa of the United States over the elf Teriltory- Tne, old settlers wilb pleasure ac- , H0 cepte4 tV.an thua: became' a sabetdiaate gov . , , ernraent. After this period there were a eoBsli- : ,M tutloa (that ef the Uatted States), aad auperior ", laws, the ;(stt of Cdegreaa.aa'd laws ofaaubor-by ofaaubor-by diaaje GoverameBt, th 'acts of a 'Legislative !VT Assembly,, la ferca here, Wheat all these ey harmonize, rua hand In haud, they relegal; bat . rCf to r.eader tne subordinate, void, the eamctmeat Dy must, aa I have before aatd, be tsconnVfBl with, g,, the constitution or the lawa of lhewperior gav -, "' m ernmeat. It Is aot eaoURh that the judge aid ' " ly other officers aio not pleased with it. It I not e.noagb,that other aien would have pajseda different act. - It (s net enough that it la.dlftcuit " toecu1e- Noit past be ,iinceateiiti with ' M tie superior law. Let u sow look to the, or- . ganic act, and see what Congres thinks of these t thing," By, 'th '6thseetioa of 'that' aet-it j 1 ire PWyf ''i'wat the legislative, power ofWid "v t J Tefritbry. ,:(Ulahj lialt ;extenii'rtto all rightful ird uhj'Vbf. legialatibh cbuslsteut; with the .CoL; . jj atltution of the Unlfed Stales aui the provisions ' 'fc tbtIKJ,hM ybawjllsca tHatCoagtesr it j perfeclly'dnd'eratbod "iawieataiaating" from the.rWripie liete,were cpmlni; from, those la ,m Whpm exiated the right to ea r nrf jecta wiiatever, and that they werelwilllng tiiey 3y should continue to do so, but required them to-r(j to-r(j be coniisteati. -wllh : the ConaUtutloni ofjtiar . m United S!oUs,aHd tho proviaioaa of the Orgaulo j,, Act."; Thia lregard'a. a, legtsiatlve saactibn 1 of the power and the princlplea for which Iam : at- co'ntendtogl , 'iV ihere any thing ju the Cbnstitu. .r ;ni tioa it the United ;S(atM )h"atprovide for or "a ptdtilbits j tiriidkVida pit, rab'atey eqartai in the Sfates :dr ' Terr jtorie,yr( that' , preacribt. ; the qualiCcatibn of jurors, or the manner of selecting jtt then). If so, in what article land iectlon kit ta 'found?' Understand aoY speakibg n concerning,! codrt la which' cases, atlalng wr under theconstituiibn fg. State are to be ffiej' such easeaare provided ' ls ?ja?t jr1;bU'tit sjabjeeft :ftiegl latlbn to organt?a coiiitf, preacribe the tenure" of iffice, thepumber of judges eompQaiugltand ita jurla Ji0- dictlonl if not, wiiarwaa Congrea pt they preacijbed by law, the supreme clrcultaud 1 )B- Pistifet Ceorts.'or the United Statesjand the.tu-" ' V prro,e ?nd District; Ojurt of the Territories, , wlUi'theirjuriidictlonY aVhat;a'8tate';Lgii. ' . . lature about wbea they acV-lswr'beM .subjecfsT.AEve"rymaft;knowst Wi!hifutsubjecis,bfl an'fia ufe sulltocommbaenseto1wdfce toJhewM ind cAgaln, it a equally, insulting'tomdtea'ta that' the - ii, Cohstliullbn of the Uniied States Is Violated oy. 3d l'siatlngrelatiBgslo.jProbaty CbiuIs.fa ad -TerritprlesButlet u. examine , the-Organic he Act a little fiirtiier; it may be tiiat aome pro-. pro-. vision may he.; found, therein. which .prohibka I the Legislative Assembly from . legislating oa r- those subjeous if so,!! will be found lh section !). I .This iecUba provide "Jhat, the judicial jipwer of n- said Territory (Utoh)ahall bo veiled I la a Surer Su-rer preaie Ooartr District CouH, ProbataiCourtf. a- and-Justice ot the Feaee." If then prescribes the number of judges composing: the Supreme and District Courts, .with thttrjenure of dSco, but not tbelrjurijdlctlon. Ai to Probate Court and Justices of the peace, It nalther orgabizsd them nor prescribed their tenure' of office aor :e juriadiclion, nor did it direct la what manner a these judges should be elected or appointed, wbennor where they kbould. hold their; cparU, nP ,th. number of judgesi.nor whether, there Jit ahould or might be morythan one Juatice of" Jhe K Peace la a Jus lice, court., M these are) 'rightful ' subjecu of legiaiation, Anivpon'aHthese sub- jects, Ifgislation was necesisry toVet thejudkUl , i system In successful operation "Congreaa ses-b ses-b tog these thing, and knowing that Ibeyicpuld not rightfully dictate to a'TerriwrywisevproV vlded Jn'the same section and Immediately after providing for the number of judgea" of the Ssi a preme and Dljtrlct Court, wltb;.iheir tea'are-jof g ccei anafier iUthori'n'th " e Assembly to, preseilba the pumberiof -Probate n Judgef .their setct!on 'or ' BpnolatBeht'aad; tha t if aameor jus)lcepf..ihe . t dicltonof thtlimhl "eouiU,hnntv.proxiiei'fir tt lotb afpeWt 'otul orinolamf tial vthe'proUle . 1 ii 4y law; proiftdeil that juaticei of. the peace ahall , 'not have jurisdiction bf any matter In conlro. a versy, when the ttle er bpandarira of land Bey y be In dispute or where the debt "or "aW y claimed shall exceed one hundred doilarsVf iIa n the above we find al( the cpurls lacluded, Sa-i- preme, District, Probate and jus tice' .Courts, II .andlheirjurlsdtclion, bothajofeaWsyiytiwi, is to be as limited by law, Let a look W the h definition of the words, "prtterihtV .and W-9 W-9 Ud- as we of tea Uiejtliem.and find them oftea . used In legal works, "preacribe" comes Tjbmfre, It meaning before, and tcribe, meanlpg to wrjtt prescribe then means fo btfiri unite, op of terM i before: If we ad & the adjunct, jy iaw, that to, - prescribed hy law, It w W mean before vw ittealby Uw. Hence Congres, when speaking concein- - ing tbe holding of the District Court, said it - ahall be at such time and place a may be ft' i tcrittd (before wrlltea) by law. The vrerd - limit in law means to fix, to aet hounds, or pre-r pre-r scribe bounds, Limited, I the past time of, to i limit; shall limit, la the future time;, shall be wc. i limit by !, tlJf'"1 c 5TV.,ti beJlI'lyw'fal'hTe t Hit orpreserlbed by lW:Wlbe aRt'ed !irfWlWyW. A ! af Haalt hi. at preterlbta bd, ftatle, C Ak whet &r c,flw y 1 rihu Sututes reWteg to HmK, fixes, t .Tor prescribes be" wHfeta vhleh confined t tafWIf. Statatea b tfc .abject ( 1(4, jurisdiction of a court or court, fixes, ,.ti d prtlb.tbbettwito which (be , rtl ltjadiclal fKBCtron Yob , ttia see, ' Editor., tfet ia all these thing, j &BmMCPBtmplW'aWl!faUlkiiby the , Territory, art did not BasKtha discretion of e ' b&Utlve AwmWjf la say of theai, except lb Utntof lh-elfnjaijielWl jwtfeesol the 1 Morehyaaa by. rj ',. Yc-tira Italy, ' , i 1 - FROM BEAVER. -'" 1 I. ;Eitoi; Soe tthexpected', yet.de? 1rM; good will oceaaloaaHy, occur la the! hli-tory hli-tory of J oo territories a .well a la the. experience experi-ence ef ladJf Idaak, and the advent of the Mow., t awxi I halted by the tana fidt citizen arid tttlKwhher of Utah a" a greatly needed aid to theproeferiiy of our Isolated Territory: The Mom!ia w.tUBOt be. rejected . an enemy, bat welcomed as a. friend. It will not seek to distract and ieatrsoga society, dircourage Immi-grstloafroai Immi-grstloafroai abroad and resident here; but will bs a bappy medium of union and encouragement, and a powerful agent hvlhe development of the resources i of our .rnoontairf country., J Also, the people of Utah. will look to the Mountaineih as slgitsnt sentinel over, and, an. able champion ofV their rights. Their situation here Is, In a political .seme, anomalous, and' In all respects remarkable. Although citizens of, the United 8tstes,and;as'uch,.entjt1ledtQ.al jh)eJ right ot Americana to lie privileges so readily granted to other sections of the Union, and to the encout-agement encout-agement and patronage necessary, to their pro, perity; they1 have been through a; singular train bt elrcumstaflCM,'depth of ,all these. . Their history has been; one of,; wrongs endured and Injustice auflered: and If they now josses right, or enjoy; prlvllegea and peace, , It is becauao ihelr increased 'political importance compels a respect to'oso rlghta'and ; privileges; aad, however mortifying the! reflection, the fact Is before.wem, that, jf they enjoy peacei'lt' a tecauae evil-minded men, aliens to trie Territory, lannotproduce a" general and ' blighting strife, However, may the people ot Utah not hope th'af from thU ttae forth the proud title of American I citizen, will not bo with theia a mockery 8 sound without meaning Out, to change the. subject, the crop throughout Southern Utah are excellent. In Beaver valley, from whence I write, tie bitveat lias never been .so good, both ai regards quantity and qualify. At Mtn'r.vlllt and Franklin (settlements on lowerBaavfr.) tin wheat crop ha far surpassed 'Jlie expectation! otwefarmertV'Tjiese settlements were ,mdi hit spring, and She auccess . which attend' thl season' operations will ' permanenlly-e.Uuhliil them; 'The soil at Mlriersyllle jIarlcji .loan at Fiankltn a marl.! In f act.the under 1 strata tbe eatireHVaver valley Is a: rich rnart, top-drew edwItfi' jorh' nrYoIcanrc rfloidi Tlie Company at MiheVsvllle' are 'conalruclin their furnace, and wllt'commenco smelting at a early day;.; They, are hbweyerj laringvuiide a serious ,dlfljcuHy which "."thofiidiart ager should remoW. withouy,aeia'y.- Tho Parvar Indians are there and at;FrankIln in log extraordinary demands, and eihibif so roue hostility ttfaCtbWuty of guarding seriously li teifere wiii labor.' Those wttlements arelwcal Iandneedatrengthening.' 1 A ahoekof' an earthquake was fell here e Eunday, August 28Ifi, at about 4 o'clock; p.i It appeared to come from a north westerl direction, and laated nearly two minutes. The election of laat month passed off with tl usual quiet. V. II. Hooper for Congress, j Lyman for Lfgtalatiye Council, and .. Wendell for llepresentativeiwere voted f or' wW out opposition. The turn butvwaa geuer'al, Measra. Thompson it Ste wart have compled thtlr grist millVand we are (hus saved the tin and expense of haullr.g to Parqwanorto Fillmo to mill. U turnWd'ut'n iuperVor article of flour Heaver. anfl 13lh. 1S59. '