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iVotu the South to th Korth Jho cry hM conp
' forth ' - - ' '
That rebctlio'n telk ofct thMwl!!'. .
VMIttiic litrer of tlrath, inuIrM, P:ut of
Lrcatti, ' ' ' ' -
Who WU out oppieuors wHhutnnQf
" Itesr! tha Jcmntpnfn cryl"ico the tralttir fy j
Stirling YDgeance In ey'ry'trcait, v '
Tii UDihcu'tli thoiworj to eltleHcoVj '
'Mfiijf freemip 5f leanori fceVe'ftf ;". ,', 7 '
,"j .. f--r Choew. . s i-r '
,' . : H&tH liv'tofihfl; I'QUrlhi th6"eJfons
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-.FramM thcUws wo.novr rcrcref , .;
T5ii forrfcdoin AtiJ figlit'tiro&fnU will fight,
-Voinstfcrbe tboy whi Oppose;
;?i Awl thoj ho cooiplrct light their' own
. Fftrtep', apd'to CrecJoii), ftiyVo foe.
a,- Tluro'i Dgcr, lowaro, in' tho lion' ltir,
' And the hunted tljrer! rol,
'Twill ! wrtrie than death, to crOta their p.itli,
; VThti) soiled i; of prewion' rule
-J. A.dwWcuJJivlne knelt at Liberty's ihilna
When pur patriot fathers hied,
I Anil iirorc kIic would stand by th' heroic' band ,
I fo honor them llvlo.or dead.
"I Then,(roniulroto60t),iilioulil tbey stand an one,
And fight for tha banner sho bore,
H That tncfear'nnd pain of lar'ry'a cluiin
fc Stotilit be broken, the world o'er.
i While the Eag'lo oni o'er our rock-gt t shores,
And the btars and Stripes entwine,
W will express our tlankfulne4
At frceddm's'holy sU'rfnt;
t And tlicxa honored men, whom the wou.eon-
W Afar from the fighting urorld,
-v Vr'hokncn what wa right, from tyrants might,
'd ttUotVs own ,trutk unfurled.
jt( GRAND OEliBBUA'XlON,
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A AMEKlCAli JINDEI'EKDENCE,
lj , Jvtt 4r)t, 18111. . l "' , ,
& We regret that our limited space -this week
- prevents us glvltg foil an account ot the
Q etjebration of .our Independence as we could
JlJ in to hat' tlonej The preparations, U
procession, , and thevholo proceedings were
xjualf If not superior, to an'jrtUn of the kind
., "fforVseeuInUtah', . .
In order that our readers r ho had not th.
1 rir fleuure ofwltnessine .the many tokrns'o
slij loyaltr. or particlpatlnt In the'eiildyrrisqU"pt
, k- Ttwidiy, b'if hVo nn: Idet'of mihwt'
ip"weT9.owr tjha pottloty'of tfi1-'
.greOBjireltnt.:fh .signals. (ilviloi'ihe
raornlrifrfor the rWri6f United 6Utcj.rij,
rttisle Wtne'iertral bariils"'"nd'' tbeMlt of'
f. t r ,TftOaitAMMl. '.-'
. Fitr:siThe ceTmbiii&rjf ;ihedaIUlvlri
lute bythAllIler1ln.'comm,arldtfCapt,K; 111
Atlworid, stationed M theClfy'IUll andCoun
i't Court Ilonite;, 'rhdflrtt'ROriIUbetKtskM.
. iial for hoUtlnff.ot fias land furiiimio h? 'the
Fands; three of Vblcb'wlll W stittoned nit fol-' '
1UrTBall9' Band, at Ui residence of, 1'frtt.
i-Urlgbam'Toungj'lhe' Kauyou'llrasa.lland,' At
iheCdttilllouSej'Hndit'Jtortlal JJAbdW tho
'ttty Hall.' 'After theT'snlute-bis-been flredf
the Bands; imder tho1 direction M MsjorK.
1 Doictte.'wlll 'protecd'" through" 'tlia prlrt
ctpa stre-ts of the city, plnjlng- national; and
other hlrii appropriate to tbe'6ccailon.v; '";
BtroNP.At eight' o'clock sndato of three ' .
'guns wilt b firrd, Mlilcir;wll tititi'ha th-elg
niil for ancrhUlInR oil 'Union Square,
i Ttuntj, Tlic procewlon WlUtbcri he formed
j Undertha direction of Major Jbhti8barn.xMar f
f ehal'Of ihe-'dai", aldcrl -by Majors T McKean, 1
f It. J, GpMliifr, It; Touriff, Jun., and QuptS. (
Taylor, Irr the following order: I
1 I. A company of rioneers, under" the dlrro- t
lion of Capt.Beth'Taft. aided by Memrs. 0. '
7 Voodward, VT. Carter, nitdt. llollock,.
IV Martial Bandi Major O.U; Uatitlneton. 1
1 III, A Cpmpiuy ot Light Infantry; Copt, '
" Ocorge Itomney. , r
IV. President and Board of Directors of .the
Deserct Agricuttuaal audManufacturlng Kotle- i
V. 1'arratrj, Mechanics, Artisans, etc., of 1
(Ireat Salt Lako City ttnd Couuty.
1.- Agriculturist', under the direction Of
ttueben Miller, aided by Jacob YelIf hd
JohrtBcott. " "
2. 'Stock Kaisers: under the ."direction, of B.
ftlrighttiriT ' - -- .' V '; ''tZX".: '
?. nottlcnUurtstijBndertbl-drrecHiott' of
:KSayeriV ',; .'.". ,V ; '-,. 'J?:l1' l'..
.4. Chemlt'U. under the direction of. A'., C.
'..-Millwrights,-vimier tb direction ?P.
iCtHer. y ., ' V.'-"''".- V"-'-'.
' , ' !MachInIits, 'uqiltW direction p'f'2. ,
-ftHiertKfc; ir T"' :""rt'",,'!"',yT:''
etft. under the direction of Jonathan I'ugmlrc,
'" 8 ; Edged vT6o Makers under W direction
cMtobert'DaiV' ' '"'
!0. Ounawl IicksniHhij,-under ' thp" "dlreo
tlonof James Hague,'
10. Carpenters' and Joiners, under the '.
direction of. Miles l&mney., ."
' ll.' 'Wheelwrights, under tlio direction, of
13', CaUnct Makers, Carrers, Turners ttnd
Upholsterers, under the direction of Wllllata
VL Coopers under- the direction of Abel
. Ktone Cotters, under the direction dl
lf. Masons, Plasterers, Brick and AdoMo
Makers, under the direction of J. II. ltnmeH.
Id. Painters and Glaziers under tho direc
tion of IMward Martin.
17. Tanners and Curriers, under the direc
tion of James ltobso'n.
18. Boot aud Shoemakers, under the dlrcc
tlon of Edward Snelgrov'e.
19. Baddlef and llarnc-s Makers, under the
direction Of Francis 1'latt.
20 Wool Canters, under the direction of
SI. 'Weavers, under tbi direction of Thom
2'A Dyers, nnder the dlrcflon of J. Krans,
SI. Tailors, under the direction ofClaiido
St. Hatters, nnder tho direction of Lyman
25, Potters, under tho direction" ofJohn
2d, Millers, Under the direction of John
27. Hikers, nnder the direction of Win. L,
'28. Butchers, under the direction of Charles
2A Bope Makers, under the direction of ffm,
A, McMaster. '
30, Comb Makers, under the dlreclioii of
81. Match Makers, under the direction of
32. Basket Maktrs, under the. direction of
8?,' Broom Makers, Under the direction of
84. Tobacco Manufacturers, under the.dlro
tlon of Benjamin Hampton.
35. Artists, undet the direction ol. Wb, V.
80. Dtgrarers, under-the direction of Datld
88. BiWersmltha, under the direction of
John Badgers ' t '
. ?a.'nnsuiUhs,'uJider the direction of Duitln
Am. . "
JL VatchndClotfcMakr, under the dl
rrcltoo .01,0,11 nenboch. i ,u ' -; 'mO
Sa" i . nnjii ; , i i ii
41; Half 5rsser,. under, the, direction, of
Johrteiulre,.'-' "t-j,; ..t "
42, Qusrrjrarn, under tho Ulrtfctian of
Adam Bhitrn. Z" ," .. , ' ' ' ',..
43. Lumlrmen and Sawyers, tinder the
dltectlbn df Edmund FJlswotth.
vr. iuiitfrtWcueuti-Wot'titeri, "
. VHi Corpt of,CIH Eriglneere.under ,dlrce.
tlon r.ran.; J.' W. too?."-' '
"VtU. Taftt Maker; under 'direction otT.
Howard; A .
J,.IX. Typ5pnph!cal AMoclatton. vlth' Jfrots
and Dlxtores, uudtr,4troctlon of lUitcKwarf, '
X. Bookllirnlcrs.nod Paiier Bulers.nnder
direction of J. B.Jielly.
Xfi Commlttee'of Arrangcmenfa and Orators
of the day. " . ,
Xll. Territorial. County and'CIfy officers,
XMt UccleslaatMoJBceriof the Clt-nd
Coiintyv" " " ' ' -" " J ' -XIV,
UaUvod Brai Band'
XV. ' Chancellor and l'.cfienU of tit Deseret
University, j, ,. , ,
XVI. J)ciert School Teachers' Asseeiatlon.
XVII. Teachers and Juplls of the Select and
District Schools of the City, under the general
supervision .ofl'i-of. Vt ddlngloo.
1. Young men'beAttng-Qlobw and 'Educa
2. Select and Public Bchoola from the 1st,
2d. 8d and 4th Districts,
a. Company of Danish children la natlro
4. Cliolr of Juvenile Singers.
5. b'clcct and Public Schools from- the Stb,
Cth, Jth. and 8th Districts
C. Choir of Singers.
7. JJelcct and Public 8ebools.r0m the Oth,
10th, Hth, 12th and 13th DUtrku.
8. Serenade Band;
9. Car, with national' Emolems. the army
and navy represented by youths In uniform.
50 Choir of,Slngers.
It, Select and Public School from the 14th.
ISth, and ICth PUtricts.
12. Cholrof Singers.-
13. Select and nubile Schools from the I7ih,
ISth, ,10th and 60th District.
14. Select and Pulillo Reboots. from, the fiugar
House and other districts. .. ,",,. ,.-'
16,-iTwo Shepherd bojs.ln Highland cos
tumo, with eheph..rd,scrook. leading a. lamb.
,18, niebUnd Chief VTllhUffplpe." '
'XVIII, Martial Band,
XIX. Companyxif Infantry
..XX.Cltlsens. . B
The firing of cannon nt early -dawn, at the
places designated In Iheprogr&njme.announced
to our citizens thai the .time had' come tq do
honor to the American flag, and also to show
their devotlori to th government under which
no live- Hundreds of persona emerged from
their dwellings Immediately on' hearing the
report pt the first cannon, to witness the
' By $ o'clock th streets wero thronged with
carriages, horsemen, citizens pn foot and some
thouiondj of Juvenile of both vexes, from
tho twenty-one wards of our city. Including
pupils from many private institutions, usUa
the High School, (bo Academy, Mousley'i ad
vance school, &c., wending their way to the
place appointed for the-fbrmatlon of the pro
cession. The tight was really an Interesting
one. Considering the vastnes .of the multi
tude that came-togetber to payanother tribute
of respect to the memories of 'theae great and
good men who fought for our national freedom,
It was certainly a matter of surprise, and
would have been more so in other cities, to seo
the perfect order In which' th procession
moved through somo, of the principal iho.
rotighfarcs of tha city,
. It brought many pleasing and some peculiar
reminiscences to our mind When we saw a
femnant of the -Pioneers ot '47, bearing, In
. front of tiip immense train, their banner, on
which i Inscribed every man's name who was
of the 143, and who made the first roads Into
this once, dcsertcounlry. "Following them
wa theMartlsi Band and. a company of In
fantry. The next part of the procession, a
we'watcned It pats acfoes South Tempi Street
along Second Wcs Street, attracted our- at-,
tebtion, and, If we jud rightly of wfeat wo
saw, lt was a matter of public admiration.
. We allude to the representatives of our agri
cultural interest, who walked cheerfully
along carrying the society's banner, and l
mast tCronntM' variety of the fruit of their
labors. They had also a banner on which was
the .mottOj "Speed tho Plough,' ud two
: largo wagon ullrd. with 'Implement of hu
- bandryt then, at the tll end of this Important
) branch, Wjufi mMVcrrylogsiibrepfterd'r crook.
to:whtct7wasVttcheda fine fleecctoi Wool. ,:
I (TbBoiUt,.the,hortlctilturl4t kadthe po-
,,J V ...iJ,. .;.. ' . '".r-'"--;.-"-;-5"'- ;'. S --
mologlst followed In the wake of theagilcul- - ": i. ;' .''-:" " .'
turht, all lwkir happy,. free nd(Vfn.. ' ' "," , '-;. V -o. '-.', 5- ''
' OuV aUcntoa was jjai't dwuloRn'eatirelli '.' -.-.;.. V' ' Y'v1 '..
njtcfamcilAftlceiyridgetnol ''. -':. '"''.'' ''(''" ' f. "?i. ' Jt '"
' ofkrpfenrV'drowCt'dcamrilieWp ' '.''.' ::f .. ' j: '' 'f. ,''
UtlWi'oY'tW'Deserel'FourlJrytMd' ' "'''.-, -,.".' , - '-' . .-',' :
yrSjbYd.turrouHX.Machi ' ..: -i'"' ' -
. iBtackintUhi' 'there Tnuija perfect tiin.'6n i ''i'J- ':.,-- -,":') '
'tneir banner wi written' i'Son f Vutcan ,.-: 'f: .V;:v, '. '. - '?'- , "
yThejttrileari'Ub't " ,:-.'o' -J... - ' ;. '' Ji ''.'
' tof toolr.and 'wtlU passiBg through' the. ' . ' " '":-.;. ?,T . " J ' Bfef
tfcefWdenarid4rtnr1.-wr In" fcci " . ;-.' - '- - r-. ' -.tK, ". : - ;
those'who roda In the .gon emd tc :1 ,'..:-";v-i':-.' -.":- ' -$1' .-'
very busy,': cheerful and lin'pp-. 4 ''!' ; -' -in:'--;' .'.'';,;,; ,'"?'-'- -'
-"-Wttpfesttroetho' Edged .tool rnakef And fjun - .';a; '';".'''.-":' ';; '" X- ""
smiths looked well, bat'the shade bfttietut?.. "' ' "-j.;;-, I" ' , ." :' f;fi'"-.c
ting from tho pin and. balsam io compleely ..' S'-i: -':'''' : ' '- .-'-.'
enshrouded their countenances, and tbewsg-" '.'"''.' ;;..Xs-,j;i,,'";" "f --''-' ';g '
ob In which they rode'tbat we cdulilnOt'JU-" ;,'-'-";':V ,"',' v" . ?-. ' -
cerri who was within.- Their motto, was. '--i!:1'''- ' '"' ' ': " ''??'
"True to the Constitution and Union," . ',;;-:''..'.. ;J ., S.
Tho Carpenters took along o fratnft bulidlog .-'''. ;, .?
oawheels; tlie WoodTuruerstt turning latbr --. ..... f '!'"
the Wagon Makers ft wheel, and some of eAcli A- '
craft were busy planing, turning and making, ... i;-
and driving: spoke. The Cabinet, Makers, "". ,-.
Carvers and Upholsterers at"at fftEo"uion tho .,, '
furniture their skill had produced. Their , ' ' f
caravan, which was 20 feet long, drawn by five -fe
yoke of cattle, nit olcly decorated externally, ,';
h'il elegantly furnUbcd with ''the rorkmaii.
ship of their own hands" internally. ,
T1fCooperf8ton6 Cutter, Maon, PIosj ' '
terers and Bricklayer nil carried with them
tool and salUblo emblem of their -craft, '. j .
There' was also a specimen of (tone turning, in , . .-jpi.
tho procesiion, done by Mr. Walker of the iaj&$0ifyi? ' '
20th; Ward. Artists alodralh"tr pteseuted- - ffe" '
beautiful specimen ot their work of in) ' x SKSrSMQMfe
,- ThedWcendsnUofSt'CjUplnfOTlttid; . MMSMtSi
link in thoblg chain, and: dcetle Hrfwlfci: ftf'mmn'mfM: '
tut there 1pui4toltdl;l.'k
their feet. ..'.,; . .- ' 4
The Saddle and Harnce Maker mado a eoo4 l
display "of their work, by haying, new raJdles - ..
upon the horses they xoio...,.,-, , . -'."' . ';'
Weaving was done by Mr.Thomas Lyon, oa ..s';i"
tho procession moved twly along, .' ,
Tailor, in attendance, presenter, a very 1!
genteel nppearaose, and of course they Ought. '" , . :;
seeing they mako up tho trimmings, Tlicir ' - ',
banner was full Of meaning. Two personage '
were painted ripon lt on tho left an Indian in . .
native attlre.and go the right a rather bronzed- ' . ,
faced looking man, .but dressed a a gentle- - , '
man. In the centre wo the rrid'tt'o, ""'Tl
thus we change the human race."
A pottery on a (mail scale, was In the pro
cession, moulding ware of TarioM kinds,
IUkers "were but few In number. The reason
et this, perhaps, Is that all the ladle tn Utah
not only know- how, but do actually make
their own bread.
Tho procession was honored with a Jolly
looking cot of Butchers. They had & splendid
flag upon which was painted a fat ox, a rtno
sheep ud a hog which represented onq. weigh
ing about 400 lbs, Above this wa tho very '
excellent, motto, "Good for the Constitution," " '
Mr. JfcMMtcr und party bad ft rope faetory '"'"
on wheels, but th walk, wq noticed, -wa ' .' ..
shorter than we have seen them.- - . -d ,
Next', Comb Makers,' Match and Broom . .
Makers, Tobacco Manufacturers, 'E'ngra.rcrr . '"
jeweler, Sllyer Smith, Watuh and Clock," '
Makers, Hair Tiressersi Quarrymen, Itmber .
men and Sawyer, a rts'pscUhle procejulonfef . .
themtelve, both ft, regards' known .thsmctei -''
and appearance. ."' i
Lieut. Wortheu, with Ballo1 Band, then ; '
marched past' the plica of our observation, .4,
, f -. " - ."
A corps of Civil Engineers carrying A set of
Instrument, were the next fn order, butftw,
Tho Typographical Atseoclatlon of this city
were well represented, fn one wagon was a
case, and a compositor working with Apparent "r
ease and comfort. 'A econd wigon contained
a small-hand press, by mean of whish the
multitude were supplied with printed copies
Of songs composed forth otcatlon. Tho flag'
of this aNCOctatlon bad on' It a Pre, and tho '
Oocktet of Uoertyt In tHa attitudeof plaelig r
a wreath on the head of Behjtn.Ic, KrMklbW'
Above wai the inscription, ,Ta?rintef1T'
a .. emtx ?tav -