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Devoted (o the Interests of (be Home, School, and Farm.
I c a Yen.
BEHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 18SO.
T. 0. PASCO,
lUHTOIt ana MANAOKK.
ruhlfinrd at Dm office of
TIIH CITIZHN, Here, Ky.
r.nlcrnX al ISi I.tnflc nl Bint. Kf.. " trtovt
cfctu HKtll mitter.
"Mvi l hl own lr. and the nul that run
8 how up n honest and it kindly man,
Command, all light, all Influent e, all fair .
.VothltiK t him fall early or too late ,
Outartt iHir anctU are, or sv or III,
Our fatal hadnim.jriat walk lir us tlll."
'Tatlen' wlijr 'Us the soul of jace
Of all the virtue.. 'tl nearest kin to heaven,
It wake, wen lk tike (ixta. The U-st ol men
That e'er wore earth atwut liliu, u a sufferer.
A kind, meek, patient, helpful, traixiill aplrlt
The lint true centleraan that ercr breathed."
A wiso parent is not nlwnya saying,
. 0,1 l, '"'H'vour children straight,
UT inttkttlir them lntf.rniitnt in u-nrk
and study, and amusements that do ,
TitKriTirrv.i.la , -:.!
llreaitio. IVrliniia anmn fn'.ml ),.
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no. un iu mini juu HIS specimen
cop v. If you leliovo in tho goo
"ailing, industry, temperance, kind -
ues.t, tMlticnttou. Utlll 111 rift Hint Till-
Citizen ndrocntes, please nond in your
Hiil wcript ion.
THE WIDE WORLD.
Five American soldiew hnvo the
yellow finer in Cubnuns fortress nt
Latest testimony in tho Dreyfus
trinl is in favor of Dreyfus. It is ro-
Kirttl Hint if lie is ngain found 1
milt. Ml V . . ..
fs'xtij, v.i-iiiiiiii win pilDIIHIl IIO
iiaino of the guilty ix-rnon.
On ntvount of terrible storms iu
Chili recently, Valparaiso mid other
citios aro suffering severely. A
whole passenger train fell through a
bridge near Santingo do Chili.
Ull IK-COIltlt Of t ilt tllinvini' iiinl
attempted swindling, Gen. Hrooke, atiThev ire planning to movo their fain
Havana, will not distribute tho rout Hien hero.
of tho SilWUW sent to Cuban i Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hagan, .Misses
troop-., but will uso it to aid tho Hick : Lurn Hngan. Margaret Hagan, nnd
and destitute. Mollio Heudron and Mr. Ollio Hon-
' Tho Boers In South Africa say they dron, of Kirksvill, visited Beroa Fri
will make no more conccHsious to thiy nnd inspected tho College build
England and aro exchanging their igs and grounds.
dli.rnL7mMn0.UWT-i V'H v.J. O. Pansons Mmmsl Fri
1T1 'L4'1 I1 lh? lay from Burning Springs where ho
proapect ol a war with kiiirlnml. Tnt'i. ..i .".i.Jt"i u
.1-..i -..ii..: i i " ; i
on her part.
mi workmen in the American I
Plate Works at Elwood, Ind., are out!
nil n nlrttn
Annual meeting of the American
Bar Association is in session at Buf
falo, C. F. Maudernon, Pres.
Twelve ateel arches of tho now Col
iseum building in Chicago fell Mon
day afternoon killing and wounding
Gov. MoMilliu, of Tennossee has
iiroinincd to ntteud the re-union of tho
Mueaml Gray at Evausville, Ind.,
Oct. 10- l.t. '
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Hurricane- at Albemar e and Pain
..v..n,,. , , nearly iw
ortiiM. Many ships were destroyed
nut! houses damaged bovond repair.
p.... .... ii.ii rir
pet ttnt in hontuoky to deliver a
s of s-hes In behalf of Goebel. ;
?.V,'I,K.i.(.Jr,T,h,"(1, tho l,an'.,er'
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Sbe?' 11 3 forlo.i 0. F. ilnuson, or nsk either of1
. tho two other parties concerned.
Alter main nit mr X.JI ikvi u
ington Elk. dear.,1 510KX) on their
fair. They Kill re,Kt the enturo ,
Lverywhero throughout the State
jiolitics is thcnbsorbiug (itiestion of
tho thfy, uud intenst is nt fever heat.
The candidates for various ollices aro
husy Mtumping the state and getting
all their friends to help them. Bry
an lias promised to help GoeUil. It
is me opinion oi many Unit hy doing
so Bryan will weaken his own chancer!
of U-aring the standard for tho Demo-
crats in tho net national campaign,
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vutmi m,uo, ;
Last Satttnlav. during tl... s,,v..m I
storm which seemed general through I
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iim luiimi, nnu ten neur i oosey auu ' ,j (,. . ,
did toiisideriiblo damage. o. i.. cicn, Jr.
SepttMiiber torm of Madlrou County , Ll Thurs.lay about MO of tho
Ct.urt begins next Monday with Gti ' mwnhet and co.igregatio.i at the Be
coiiiinonwealth cases, 17 ordinary tm C "n' ,,Wt ol,,tho toI11Ke rir,"'
cases, II txjuity appearaucos, and 270, "r ,ho Ymm?1"' Tl slH;nVtho
old equity.' " l'anta,j,aph. 1 aftyrnoou in a pleasant social time,
, ' ' ending with tho liountiful supiwr no
U.S. Croiicher fell into a thresh- cotiducivo to a good timo on such oc
ng machino aud his foot was cut to casions.
pieces. .Medical aid was not easil
secured, ami ho died from tho shock
aiitl loss of blood.
Dr. G. W. Young, of lliehmoud,
bus been invited to deliver a series of
addresses iu Teunessei) under tho
iiiuuagouientof the Auti-Saloou League.
Chas. L. Hanson loft Friday for a
visit nt l'ifjun, Ohio.
ITarold II. Johnson left yesterday
for a short vitit at his homo in New
Mm. W. N. HatiRon and Ron nro
visiting nt S. O. Hanson's. Mr. Han
"on sjient a few days here.
T. A. Robinson in entertaining his
brother John, from Burning Springs.
Miss Ethel Putnam loft yesterday
morning for Boston whoro sho goes
to study music.
Mark Sink nnd Levi Beatty re
turned this week from short vintH nt
J. C. Teeters and family returned
Saturday from a month'" vncntion nt
Mint Florenco Merrow is enjoying
n visit from hor sister, Miss Alice S.
Morrow, who is to bo tho Matron nt
Hay. C. S. Leonard, of Bass Hock,
Texas, is visiting W. O. Todd, of
rami iieif, ana visited lierea ouo
,ftJ 'Mt nook'
Mra. S. C. Mason .returned Satur-
from n vit.it to relatives and
iriL'llllH 111 IVHIIHILN.
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v ', u.. m, ,0
'j''K' Ia nt Conway, spent Snttir -
'. JJ ' S'""ly "ith Mrs. Brnnaman.
MisioH Idn L. Brooks and I'earl
Baker returned Monday from Chau
tauqua, where they spent tho Hum
mer. President Frost's children leae
Friday for Oberlin where the family
will live until tho President's house
Hulnrt Scott left Fridny for his
homo at Marysville, O., after a two
inontii h visit witn ins uncle, Kev. at.
rasco, and faiuilv.
Prof. L. V. Dodge attendetl the
Tencher'H Association tneoting nt tho
Autioch church, iu Million, last Sat
urday, nnd delivered an interesting
Mt.srs. Woolery E-ersolo nnd Phil
ip Wilson, of Ows'tev, nre visiting P.
ai. KeyiiouiH nnd otber Iriomls here.
"un uven visiting mo hciiooi. no ro-
ports it 111 k'OCXl COIlUltlOU. auu that 1
' Melvin A. llolcomb of McKee will lw 'nutlonirfth truth, wo cmi-Mer blm an In
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i tho principal uoxt year, iln
jcoml) will nssist iu teaching.
President and Sirs. Frost have been
spending homo timo at the Sanitarium
at Clifton Spring. New York, and
while not fully recovered from tho
olTeots of their long and arduous
labors have made decided improve
ment. The President oxpecU to bo at
homo in time to preach on Sunday,
Much-needod repairs on the music
building have been made.
Correapoudeneo from Sprndling,
Knucklos, and Onedia arrivetl too lato
for publication this weok.
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1 . S""0 ?' 10 J" went wn to
'Paint Lick Saturday afternoon to
! 800 Lancaster lieaton in a ball game.
I Th Mt. Hope Baptist Association
r-i i,, iu,: Ti.ru,u.
tlnuInK uiSTl Day. ' '
If anyono wants to know how to
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Ur. . r nv wns nut mi
Z - Vn-r Z S .r rL" I
breakinir n tHxlal. !
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Lieut, aiiearer ennstod iti men Hero
last Saturtlay and on the next day
sent them to Columbus, Ohio. Most
of then, were from Clay. C. C. Log-
ston enlisted from Berea.
ston euiismi irom neroa.
A surprise party of about twenty
i"iig peoino iuni n .ur, '
auian's parlors last Saturday night,
and spent the timo until ton o cl()ck
very plouHautly, p aying gaines nud
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inning uu luiutiimi Kui nine.
What you want is not a temporary
ro"ut. I"J h' ? 0..BW
" "!l tl;i"u " "i lv i ..1 !
l x li-Kiit lllfi t t I I
euros in es. ami tnov siav cured
Do Wilt's Little ICarly Kisersact us
a faultless pill should, cleansing and
reviving the system instead of weaken
ing It. They aro mild aud sure, small
aud pleasant to tako, uud entirely free
from objectionable drug They as
sist rather than coiipol.
S. 13. Welch, J.
News was received hero Inst wook
thai John MnhaiTey was killed whilo
hauling onts near Fnlrlnnd, III. In
some way his foot been mo entangled
in tho lines, nnd ho wns pitched for
ward as tho team started. The
horaes started to kicking nnd tho
wagon ran over him, breaking his
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely
digests food within tho atomnch and
intestines nnd renders nil classed of
fowl capabln of being assimilated and
converted into strength giving nnd
tismo building substances.
S. E. Woloh, Jr.
S. E. Welch hns bought Rico's
stock of drugs and has moved them
up to hia store. Mr. Rico goos with
them and will bo tho dispenser thoro
as Mr. Snm Denham goes to his homo
at London to-day for n fow days' rest
before going to Somerset, where ho
begins work tho first of Sontembor.
Mr. Denham hns been lioro only a
Mijori iimo, nui lias mauo many
friends. Ho is a fino young man,
with good business principles, nnd
wo regret his departure, but wish
him success wherever ho goes.
Thomas Thurman. demitv sheriff
of Troy, Mo., savs, "If everyone in the I
United States should discover tho vir-
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uuui iii n , utii iiux-i lur mien,
' rectal trouble,, nnd skin diseases, the '
' demnnd could not bo supplied.
S. E. Welch, Jr.
Fiirm for Sale.
ncres on tho Wnlnut Meadow
Pike, one mile fiom Heroa. Soil, lo-1
ration, nnd NIntmRrt.nl.u.. tiln. .r'rn. J
crows naturallv in nil the lml lows.
When Iterea gets its second Il'OO.OOO
on endowment, as it will next spring,
everything will Ixxmi. Will sell nil
part. Iteason, exject to leave tho
late. M. Iv. Pasco.
Cut thli out, for It wlllnot apHar ein.
Thero is time for all things.
! time to take DoWitt's Little Earlv
Risers is when you are suffering from
I constipation, billiousness. sick-hend-!
ache, indigestion, or other stomach or
, liver troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr.
Illtrniw Wvthvtttuhrmif the j.nMnlltutr
o( Keulon, H.ue. ami (J rant Oiuntln bare Ihvii
hi ll and iimfltatilr In.trurtut by our Intruct
or rrw. . u iiimms una wnerfiis uw xo
of Krlangvr liave ettr Wtn altentlre to our want
anil m Jlcltkiui nt our walfarr.
And Wlirrra) thrrt 1. an apparent iliipmltlnn
iilKin tin part ol nime tiivhtn to ilUrecuil thr
law rtnulrluirtearhrntoattendlni-tltiiti-. Thtrv
forr l II rrwfitil. l.t tbat our Inatltnte under
tlirliKtmrtlonnf 1'rof. Wllllami ban txrn eml-ntntlj-
Mtl.fiuiorx am! ucccwliil, anil tbat Ik--
""'" bl'iuturatlnir. clrar.aml eKxiunit pre'
truetoro( pntfouml IliougM ami rare abllltr,
and rit-oinmrnd blm.
Aid. Ttiatwesxtcudtuthecltki.ua ol Krlan
gerour heart felt thank, for their klndneM and
M. That we thank thSuprlntejidentol the
thrw couutlea for the lnteret that they have
taken Iu the ontanliatlou and conduct of our In
.tllute. 4th. That en h of the Buperlntendenta In the
rnuntlea of Bonne, Kenton, and (I rant be reiuet
et Iu rigidly enforce the School I-aw prorldlnir
that leachera who fall to attend aome Inntltute
hall be dlUillfled to ta( h.
5th, That a copT of till. 4th resolution be aeuL
to tha Supt. of (irant t'ountjr,
nth. That a copy of theae tvwlutlona be pub
lished In The Cituks, of Ilerea.
U U Ti-ix, Chtlrtnan.
Mim K. Bakik.
Mim V. lUaKtsa.
W. M. GallBghor, of Bryan, Pa.,
says, "For forty yeara I have tried
various cough medicines. One Min
ute Cough Cure is best of all." It re
lieves instantly hud cures all throat
and lung troubles. S. E. Welch, Jr.
Another Mormon Combat.
Sunday. Au. 7. I was at i
Hoedville uud was called on to preach (
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ln.,.1 tn.lfo.wl tlmfn.Mi ....nin.f ,nnr.
n o,,,m. W S niX!UIVf? reacn ot c.yii.zai.on, ami
grounds thero wero four falHo ,. omV
et present, who gninetl tho
of a few iguorant persons
n,q. aa. ,i i,i n
ms ,ivt.. ,t ul,., l, U ,1. tJ
mko lim utokl more tho child of I
,loI1 mn yotlr!ielves. Matt. '23 : 15. j
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Whou it carao to the final test,
" -Mormons neti iiko rnis irom a
"'" 's "?'
1 that they did not want to como iu
'contact with mo.
1 think if the trustees of uockcastle I
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county schools will consider the best
goot of tho schools and of the teach-1
ere, thoy willnot give t,e Mprnipus i
v..uV " , v"",n""'',
HUT tllllllLU U llUlllinil IIIUII UUDO
triue? the. schoolhpuses of th.lk".
I county. I want to see the timo come
when tho preachers will all become
interested and post themselves in
ortler to refute such false doctrines.
Let us hold the religoim liberty
most eirectivo preparation over dovis-
ed (or aiding tho digestion and assim
ilatiou of food.nnd restoring tho de
ranged digestive organs to u uatura
couditiou. It is a discovery surpass
ing anything yot known to the med
ical profession. S. 12. Welch, Jr,
which our lore fathers so boldly gain- cllnH, Soltlarn L-,all , 18r,7 wheJ 0fX Btate over.
ttl for us in thilaud of freedom, and , . teaht i.i l,,,,..!!,, niiiiL.niiiU wer. mon? K0' c?"trof 1 10 Btuto govern
not lw uiado slaves of bv these mis- i Kx .ailWml wero ment they forgot their promises, ro
iiofc do iiiiuio aimon oi im taise mis 1 massacred, and thoir hoises, wagons, ...i i,a nf nnlvi.-tniv nml
leading elders. H. It. Bii.VNAMAX. I4.,,(tl clothes mid money i t-an. low , ?,lm,t t,co.ot 1 ' ?ly,a mA ",u
m . i i i n , n, 1 it f ,ot,ief,'.a.,,u money wero ton- i1UJl,tei tj, people of tho Unitod
Miatls hodol Dys,K.,)sin Cure? . flscate , enriching tho church by gj , b olec'ting a polygamist to
It is thonowlvdiscovcreil remiHlv. tho mau thousaudsof dollart). Ihemas- r
Historical Sketch of Mormonism
Kev. D. J. McMillan, D. D.
In 1832, Brigham YoUDg, a painter
aim giazior, ix'caino a convert, lie
first met Smith In the fall of that
year nt Kirtlnnd, and wns tho first to
uso tho gabble called "tho gift of
Tho next effort nt permanent set
tlement was mndo nt Independence,
Jackson county, Missouri, which
Joseph Smith said was "tho centre of
tho enrth," tho site of tho ancient
"Garden of Eden." This was then
our national frontier. But thoro were
sturdy settlers in ndvnuco of the
saints, who had acquired rights
which they were not ready to surren
der, even at tho command of tho Mor
mon prophet. Trouble followed,
there wns war which resulted in tho
defeat of tho Mormons. Eastward
they wont and settled on tho bank of
tho Mississippi river at Nauvoo, 111.
Hero n beautiful city was built, nnd
hero they grow in strongth and num
bers. Their missionnries abroad, set
ting up tho cry of persecution, were
meeting with great auccoss in win
ning converts. Intoxicated with
prosperity and popularity, tho pro
phet became reckless. With an utter
disregard of tho righto of others, ho
i ..'' . i i i m
SL'f WW?' r,Sht "'"J lef
Lvil reports nnd nuarrels followed.
Tlio prophet was arrested again and
again, but since tho hone of the
church mob centered iu him nnd his
reputation, the saints were compelled
to obtain his release ami iWiflrnlinn
I at anv cost. Tho nronhet was ovi-
; dently Hearing the ond of his mad
career. Iu 1K1I, Dr. K. D. Foster
?nd dham Law, editors of a paper
in rsativoo, openlv charged Smith
with having taken Mrs. Foster as a
spiritual wife. The citv authorities
lieing under Joseph Smitli's power,
iiiiinaiioi uirau geuiiuiueii uuu ues
troyed their press and type. Gov
ernor Ford perMiaded him and his
council to yield their arms and place
themselves under tho protection of the
militia. Tho prophet and his threo
associates wore conducted to the jail
at Carthago for safety. Hero 5,000
Mormons wore in arms, and their
safety seemed assured. But threo
days nftor, n compauy of Missouriaus
uuuiDonng two nunUrcU. arniwl anu
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masked, assaulted tho jail and killed
the prophet and his brother Hyrum I Prtpartdby E.c.D.wiitco..ci,ieoao.
Smith, mid wounded John Taylor, i s K- WELCH, .Tit.
The blood of thoso so-called martyrs 1
proved indeed tho seed of tho church.) LEWIS A. DAVIS,
Tho system had been fast falling,,, .
to pieces until this event. Sympathy! Medicine and Surgery,
ior mo miiuia who claimed to lie per-'
secuted because thev were holv and I
good, won them friends everywhere,
in this country and Europe. Tho
success of Morinouism was then as
sured. Joseph, tho prophet, died
just at the right time, llo had run his
course. Tho church had outgrown
him. He had alienated his wisest
counsellors, and the saints wore los
ing heart. Sidney Rigdou then
wanted to bo prophet, but Brigham
Young assumed the reins of govern
ment by right of his forceful and
superior personality. He told the
oaints that God hid called him to the
throne, and that, together with his
strong will, settled the succession.
Rigdon, disappointed in his ambition
of leadership, left the church forever.
The conflict between the saints and
their gentile nnd apostate ueighboru
was irrepressiblo. Brigham had not
the courage to faco it. Accordingly
the long journey to the Rocky Moun
tains was undertaken, which eudod
at Salt Lake in July, 1817. Hero
they were within the boundaries of
Mexico, sa oirom ino pcsieragei
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er oi mo uuuyiuuisii guveniiem oi i
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the United States. But much to their.,
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; uiiugnu, me luriuuea ui me -uexicuu
Mt tnemagain iimler the,
uuiiiiiiiuii (ii liih iiiiirii ii:iiihi
nucn uaicu goveru-,
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t i t" i it .i
vnnliiiriitii liiBtii.ietiMu llnrti tlil
ii iiiiii- iiiirritii(iii.fi in i insn
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i propuei nan in uirs ms own wav witn
' ow or maKo a raid, io
iiouu to niuiesi ur mane uiium. iu
H"? B , twuied ntw at ou
SSlvBamv a roS
niaKlllg poiygBlin a coiiuiliou Ol ex-
! altation in tlio next world, was con-
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ness and added force it was dated
i,ilck ,0 jsia mul ascribed to Joseph
Smith, the martyr prophet. But tho
trans-continental tratel was iucreaa-
tug null i80iotion of the saints
Gentiles must bo kept
BI)0!ltllcv prevented. So tho t
mg, anil isolation of the saints threat-
apostacy prevented. So tho tho fer-
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iiiood Aionemei i. mis means
that the only way to save the soul or
a geutilo or apostate is to M.ed his
Ikla-vul 1 hit li:nrnrmttf nti" tint iti
talll . 1 . a II m I
Isacro in tho valley of tho Ilio Virgin,
41... ,....r.l..r nt ll... t,r,;i., ll,,. ,.1. I
MV ...M...V'. U IIVt,IIUIII.MLD I1U Will
rage committed upon tho Brassiiold
boys, and tho nssasiuation of tho Par
ishes, all show how the doctrine was
practically applied to destroy out-
eiders. The laying of tho fouuilu-
I llflllliT'Jlli iMitfitinw iii!iuu!irr
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When you want
Anything in the monumental line
Let us know and ire will send you designs and prices
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite'Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class.
1 Villi HftlVUUUU,
Digests what you eat.
It artificially dicests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In etllcicncy. It In-'
Btantly relieves and permanently cures
vt , T 11 if TT .1 t
.Ufspcpsin, inuiKt-Mliiii, iieurtuuiu,
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i allothcrrcsultsof lmperfcctdlRcstlon.
Office at Residence.
tion of the Temple at Salt Lake City,
the establishment of the perpetual
emigration fund, tho hand-cart, expe
dition across tho plains, in which
hundreds of enthusiastic but mis
taken emigrants perished, the "Order
of Enoch" devised by the prophet,
which required them to have all
things in common, by which the in
nocent saints were victimized, and the
priests enriched, mark this period of
But a better order of things was
established under the military arm of
the government of tho United States.
A new era began to dawn. Under
governmental protection goutile min
ers began to develop the great re
sources of that country. In due time
the Union Pacific railroad reached
Utah and outsido capital and entor-
Criso cam in. The hills and valloys
egan to smile with awakening life,
en r ..i. . n:t , ....,. .:... o:. tl.
onu ijoa i vlll Mua vuuiikiiik. -i .it
monism at oi
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' Vlliltl 11,(br fV4 tMV lviuiuuu I'vvpv atv
Utah was a territory the
M ,mm, of thl) KBtion was fwU
The OXCCUt VO ami Utl C ml OtliCOrS
woro nplK)intxl by tfie President of
the Un.tetl States, and tho acts of tho
terruuriui iCKismvurD nuia Biiiijt-ui. iu
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the veto ol tlio centile Kovernor, also
i- n ; - r w.-u. i.
IU IIIB IVVIOW Ol VAlllK.vBO. nnu lira
:.. .i, f ,il. ,!
incr0ttHil)., numbor 0f utiles
P08'Htt,a ',u.col'try "as prospering,
but Mo.r,0is "umblii.g. I
,., ii,ni rnrnmniHni enn i
not hold its own iu comparison, aud
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must live alone, aud gather its con
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hope. It won no converts from its
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