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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 18M
Price delivered by carrIer 75ct < p6r month I
I liy mttil I year 7w n momln too s
moulln J 200
I Spmlftoeltly I M icr scnr 12 eight months
j Ilonr l months
AdVettttng rates fiirilshml tt oflice
vc HAITlAKF IrWOCIUTCOMrNl
omce71 W Kecoml south Street
t ALFALES YOUNG T EDITOIl
I THE um > MMrftiUTioX8
I
Homo of tlio Hlnniiiicndntlons made In
f tins rciKjrt jT tire Utah Commission ntc
orysood 1 niul pomenro not Tlio recom
mendations to which wo except aro the
second tfio filth sixth mill seventh To
the second ono wo oxiept becntio of the
t I great impolicy of permitting a t legal wife I
to testify ngainit her luislmul If ouch I
I wife Is niiido tv loiiipetcnt witllcss sho i
I
cin bo oompollcMl testify nsiliist her
husband and thli Mould open u 1 tulle
loot to porjiir llto suictlty In which
the rointnon law has alwajs held llhe re
I lationship of husband and nifo should he
J prcscnod and 1 the experience of f this Ter
t 1 ritory has ulrcidy demonstrated Hint first
t vei will not nvill thcmsohes of tho dl
k
vorco laws where their hnshinds have
entered Into polygamous initrria eH tf
they will not avail tliomsohes of thin
divorce laws they certainly will
not iivnil themselves of 11 1 criminil
law j and 1 this fact should ho
considered To make u first triton com
petent wltnost against her hnshaml would
be to destroy lib inilto that confidence
which should I otist 1 hctneen litishind and
tr u wife rite Rime reasons exist In this par
Hi ticular CISD which hao alwas existed
iTh ugnlnst innkhiKi info it witness against
her linslund If she chooses to become I
I a witness against her husband well and
good but she should not ha compelled to
testify against him
I The fifth recommendation asks that the
jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace ho t
t conferred upon United l States Conunis
Btoncra Wu can See no necessity in the u
J u world for tliis and to confer this jurisdic
tion nonld he to that extent to abolish
I I local selfgo eminent for eventually the
Commissioners courts woijld supplant
I t I the Justices courts It is much tho same
Ibd thing as it would ha to put upon tho Gov
li vJ I ernor tho duties of a constable If tho
f t duties of tho constthlo wore put upon tho
i I Governor ho would certainly have to ex
t II 111 ccuto all orders of the Justices of tho
p I Peace
Tho objection to the sixth recommen
11tl Ilii I dation is that it does an ay with local Rolf
r i government In n much greater degree
I I i I I I than docs hue fifth iccommcndation
J Tho seventh lccomll1onllotlon aRks for ii
I open cniuiin all cases piospcntcd under
Ill1lf United States law rite objection 10 hilt
t I is that it gives ceiy opportunity to pack a
tul J 11 t 11 I juryand experience Jong since proved that
I i i t I where the chalice to pack a jury exists
II H r I tho chanco is nsiiilly availed of Anil
tJ 1 II J 11f f then no mans Intimity is so good gnar
tlil I I tuti f 11 u anty that a jury shall be impartial tho
i o1 checks and safegti uds of a statutory law
< JIjl Then again hits Poland law provides for
i I the selection of juior and it i was decided
I if A I1 I I in tho CUwHon tate tliat when the pane
11 had been oxluuxtvil in accordance with
J iIf f that law nn open velure may issue There
f t can ho noobjection to drawing a jury
jij according flue provisions of that law
Ir 1 i and if its provisions proui inadequate
l S there is the icsonrco of nn open venice
j f The recommendation of a Supreme
I t t Court Dcpirato and distinct from the Dis
iifr I t net Courts would have been proferabli
Itt J to a inure inorexso of Judges The Jis
trict Courts in Utah slonld ho incrcaso
I in number hut still no trial Jude should
bo allowed to t sit in the Supremo Court
I 1 1 Tho recommendation for the aholishmeni
I of the staluto of limitations In polygamy
l I i cases is among thus best recommendation
Iit 1 J II t of all Wo can Hoe no reason for Intro
ducing tho Chinese question into the
i recommendations There is a good dec
tt of demagogy in this recommendation
i 11 about the Chinese and tho Importation of
l I contract laborers and paupers and is dc
4 I cldcdly far fetched
As a whole hits report la very good but
I wo notice that thus Commission do not fail
to recommend thus
Commission more
I highly than anything else In their sixth
recommendation they suggest that tho
Territorial Audi I or and Treasurer Com
misflioners to locate university lands
C 5 Probate Judges County Clerk
u County Selectmen County Assessors am
Collectors and County Superintendents of
Schools bo appointed by tho Govcrnoi
hut tho appointments to he tnlijccl u tOIl
ti Jlrmntion by Ilic Comm Iuoll At thus
J close of their
icport the Commission ouig
I gest three plans for thus settlement of thus
I Utah question The
f ono is a Iegixlati
I i
Commission another the Idaho plan of
I ilUfrunchiflcmeiit tho oUter Is the
1 I appointment all olllcors by thus Go1 I
u rnor As thus Commission say all them
1 4L j appointments could bo properly J filled b
the Governor of the Territory subject to t
t tt I Onfirmation by thus Commission there I
1 5 is nothing like n projuerosit
projier itsped anll
this tho 1 Utnh Commission teum to hae
t I
I A LEFON I
f i ThaJhtenl Kteuinij Jfritt tho ollltlal
t 1 uu organ of tile Mormon church published
u I thin followinon November 10 1S85
u t ° Charges having been prvfirrcd njnmnt
1 r Albert I Cnrriiifjton n full mid pntlent hear
0 i tt t ing was had befiirn thus Quorum of the
Tsvelvo Apostles when t ho follow ing ileoluion
S j touts uraniiuaunly adopted i
2 Hint Alhort Cnrnuitton hue vioouunuul
I i ruled from tlio Church of Jesus Clirist of
Jjatterduy SaInts for the crimes of lewd
h mid lascivious couluct nnd adultery
45 WHford Woodruff Lorenzo bnow KrnUux
tfi
oft h I
hnow Franklin I Itlclmrdu JlrifiUnm
u
lft Young Moses Imttlier 1nmcin M 15 mnn
f John II Hraith H < > lcr J Grant John W
S Taylor JOHN W YOUNO i
WcJ
Counselor I
I Tho name apyr l on Saturday October
31 J885 publibhotl tferinon by Apostle I I
t Franklin n Itlcluids which lontained
IL t
this
ii thiRi
h k j i do not lovu to talk against my fellow I
u men simply present these tliinuH to you to u II
I h ° o bhowup the real Stats of tliu case It in u
d 4t unpleasant for luo to stats that the men of r
e 5tc the Congas of IBfi and lint of lSd = WHO I
not men of the most immaculate virtue It
3 is understood throughout the land that
no
ut where ou 1 lst continent t is 1 the practice of I I
t whoredom and the scltcionol f women car
I
t fcf
rie < l on to n greater extent than In the city I
of Washington and by those men who go
there to ranka laws against this people I
The same paper on Sahirdnj1 1 Juno 0
1885 published a sermon by Apostle I
Krastus Hnow which contains this
I would not say < aught personal relation
to Mr Cleveland bellevinc him to bo an I
honorable man of the world yet his enemies
to campaign accused him of Borne irregn I
I Jn rur ew
afh te
jarltlcs of life that are common In flue
world net It it reported that he known
tomething of intent relationship I though ho
Jias el tn assumed thus I responsibility of a
faintly and household and in this respect
though perhaps I among tho most honorable
he represents n largo nnd respect able portion
of unmarried turn
Out Holiday April fi 11883 the AYiu
published an epistle addressed to the
officers anil members of the Church of
Ipsus Christ of Latterday Haints In Con
ference assembled by John Taylor and
OcorKo i Q J Cannon First Ircslclcncy of
the Church of Teens Christ of Latterday
HiiiiK This epistle contained fits fol
lowing
Iho fact ii mankind in their I endeavor to
co lao s system of marriage hove
ndopteil n system that is entirely inadequate
to otto man from tho dreadful evils by
which ho Is surrounded ° ° ° Tho sys
tem which they taught was not Gods
system It did not therefore meet mans
wants Thoso channels which God has pro
vided for tho lawful exercise of thus appetites
lO tl
f hrc ll at le i 3 gJ
with which Ho has endowed penn under this
system now in vonuo have been roug
nud tho history of Christendom informs us
with what tcrriblo reuuitotho degradation
and prostitution t of women and the spread
of tho most terrible soourgo known to hu
manity this social evil with its at
toudant Ihotrafclolof ntb o hor
rors With our knowledge of Gods
laws wo never can adopt such n
system nnd call It civilization And
we again lake this opportunity of
lhott Arttun f
warning tho Latterday Saints against
those murderous mud damning practices of
foeticido and 1 n eiIifiJ which I
in our midst attempts tiara been made
These practices nro nlso tho horrible fruits
of n manmade system of marriage and so
terrible hove they become that many of tho
leading thinkers of tho East hove told their
people and brought statistics to prove that
unless thcso crimes are stopped it will only bo
n short timo nntil t ho primitiv 1nritan stock
will become extinct and foreigners take their
wp 10cc their loads their houses and their
Elacc h s Thcso fiendish practices sn on becom
ing so common that ono of the most reliable
historians asserts that millions dothombe
causo they think they cannot afford to raise
Wlr
children
lu view of the excommunication of
Apostle Carrington for tho crimes of ewd
nnd lascivious conduct and adultery and
the terrible condition of morals and
chastity in lie world as shown by lie
sermons and tho epistle above quoted
there is a great lesson for tho people of
Utah to learn from this excommunication
and these extracts andMlio lesson is that
u every crow thinks Its brood the
whitest
EVOLUTION AND KFLIOIOV Part 11J Henry
Ward Iteecher Fords IJownrd Hulbort
V fcheF
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New York For sale by C II Pnrsons A
Co Halt Lake City
Part 1 of this work contains eight ser
mons discussing tho hearing of evolntion
aiy philosophy on the fundamental doc
trines t of evangelical Christianity These i
Kcrmons aro in Mr Itccchers happiest
stvlo and they sirs filled with hope and
consolation lisle for the futureand con
solation for that future when it shall
come All hue lines of argument in Iar
wins theory are not accepted hut in the
ory Mr Becchcr finds tho key wherewith
to t unlock the seventh and eighth chap
ters of Romans As evolution is treated
in i these sermons It is the doctiinc of
spiritual advancement the highway to ho
traveled towards perfection They are
filled with tho spirit Christianity and
in l them will bo found nothing to offend
the most orhodo believer
Tin MUIQUIS or JUEESSKUKV
Ifr tells it Itcitnrlcr About CalUor
nlu anil lUnimlgiinr Cupel
Do you know I think I knocked Mon
signor Capcl out in our discussion at Ban
Francisco not long suture said tho Mar
quis of Queeiisbury at tho New York Ho
tel ton reporter for the Mail and Express
He was dressed a pair of light striped
trousers and a short jacket Ho carried
a small cane and wore a very narrow
brimmed silk hat His height was below
tho medium and his weight about 135
pounds him to bo Few hy Ids persons looks thus would worldfamous imagine r
author of the prim ring rules that hoar
his name
No tell bomething about tho contro
versy
I Well when I reached San Tranribco
I found Mgr Cupel there lecturing I
know tho distinguished priest intimately
and have u high regard for his learning
and eloquence Ho knows too that 1
am an agnostic and nn advocate of sci
ence as opposed to orthodox religion In
00 11 fJ 1 il
1
On
ono of Ida lectures he 1 quoted t from Hux
Icy thin sentence about miracles Butt
true agnosticism will not forget that ex
istence motion and Ian abundantly op
crating are more stupendous miracles
than any recounted by the mythologists
This statement quoted as coming from
ff
I IIuley I quite took my breath away 7 flue
idoa that Huxley gave utterance to such
a sentence is quite ridiculous 1 felt that
the Jlollsi nor had cither misquoted or
made a mistake as to the author I wrote
n letter and expressed myself to that
effect I attacked from the shoulder tlio
idea of miracles I put in home thrusts
at each bentcncc If that sentence quoted
above were true then water ice snow
any phenomena In nature would be a
miracle fits beautiful rose that from a
bud gradually would be
opens more of a
miracle than any recorded hy sacred his
tory llciuo the fallacy of tho lecturer
quoting that t > cntcmowu ho patent I
had no other altrinathe hut to reply
Ho unsweicd mo in ten lines hy saing
that lie intended publish u hook on the
subject That showed that my argu
ment was unanswerable Now strange
to say nobody coined to notice that I
got the host of him It I was a clear
knockout in tho first round That an I
swcr threw 1 ilt the Hiwiigo I and acknovvl1
I kl
edged defeat as neatly anj thing I I ever I i I
saw My idea was to enter the ring
against many of his lectures hut I found I
II would l bo UBoless because our ideas
seers diametrically l opposite Korhiktame
take hU I IJ lecture about Iivotuel Ih I would II 1 i
never agree with him I met him after
wards when I camu Kant but we did nut u
discuss the subject
V NTSTI1 tease 1MHAM I
ii What did jou visit California for
I went them to buy land hut I think
the dUtance is too great 1 had no idea >
that m > bous In lime might locale in
tills country My situation as a peer in
Great Dritian is very disagreeable 1 tun
dlBfranchibed iou alien In toy own land
antI politically dead My estates are In
Dumfriesshire Scotland I was ihoscn
to tho House of Lords as one of the six
teen peers to represent fjtctlmd Jim
never knew my religious views until I
seas elected then these fifuc u KiottUh
peers six months Worn llradlaugh
ejected from the Homo I nl Commons was did
=
I
a sneaking thing They met without my
knowledge and debarred mo from taking
my coat Ixml Lothian got up In n porn
sl l o way end wild Allis 1 yes tis true
tlio Marquis of Qtiocnsbury sail Atheist
and moved that I be rejected which was
carried So practically I am not a cltl
zen of my suit country Times are chang
ing l III Kngland Scotlaml now Tho
people generally nro becoming more liberal
tl r r gR f lm
fl
eral in their i religious opinions Prejudice
is i d ing superstition i9 being choked by
science and progress is on the match II
It Is only question of tuft when bigotry
must perish aid the true unit of reform
and progress begin In my political opinions i
r 13 sa
ions l I am a Liberal It places mo in
closer sjmpithy with the people nnd
comes nearer giving universal justice
But in America ou do not know what
wretchedness and jxiverty prevail in
Great liritlan You nrp not gnund
down by II class rill The rich people
in our country mo erv rich and tho
poor nro miserable bejond description
If the people are poor hero not SO much
of it is peon and their condition is not
hopeless A humanitarian cannot Bee
such poverty and distress in my country
without weeping It makes mo unhappy
and I often think seriously of coming to
America to reside In Scotland real
estate is declining rapldlv in value
Times are depressed and tlio future un
certain The Irish question is nluajs
agitating Knglnnd I think that Ireland
should have homo rule The people
are ablo to govern themselves Tho
Irish Parliament could certainly make
laws for their country I do not believe
though jn the disunion of United Great
Uritian
MEDICAL
Dr FOOTE Senior
Of sac Lexington Avenue New York
Icrcb cnmlnitM the public ISOT lo
mplo or Communicate ivlth n
m an Nt UIIR lilmtelf Ir Foot Jr
vltliout milking due Inqulrj
This man came to Salt Lake City representing
hImself AS the ton of Dr E II FOOTE ol New
York the well known specialist us abundantly
proved by nllliltu As rumors came Into Salt
Lake City from Dakota and Montana from nn
expose made there lie changed his base and
represented himself as tie sou of a more noted
specialist In 1 New York City than Dr E 11
tJi k loYv lJrthaitr lf t
FOOTS the well known author Mr JOHN F
Tent of the well known Trown Director In
Now York City tori rearm In the director
business Ex Governor KHAN I UUER of Utah
and tho Hon hanOi W Ak lYoLrL many years
Ioslmatr lu New York City Cbs Surveor 01
the Part ave their oetdavti uiuai ilucee or tic
otter doctors lii Now York by Clue tuamo of loot
or peeve excepting Ir E 11 FOOTF the nuthor
of Medical Common Sense J etc and his ins
nons Dr K B Foam Jr and Dr HunritT T
tooTs The genuine Dr FOOTE Jr will here
oiler alwa4 employ the Initials K II lu dcslR
sating his name Heretofore he has been
known not only at home but whcre cr his pub
r 1RIWJIO
1R rougi
llcatlons have been circulated I by tho name of
Dr rooTF Jr Greater care will I be taken here
alter In view of the fact that an unprincipled
nl X Ilgd t1 ul rrIi PJ
person has assumed to profit by his and his I
lathers reputation
Them desiring lurthenmcl more detailed in
ores ulou In respect to this matter will receive
i by addressing llox IH Milt like CIty limb
Persons having Information of advantage to
plaintiffs 1 vi ill kindly communicate Die fame to
Y f r1 g 31 ti t
J VV lve > with Sutherland A tnlielde salt I
IRke City
hose desiring to consult Dn FOOTE 1 > role
juallj or to order remedies thould adilrc
either
Dr E B FOOTE Sror Dr E B FOOTE Jr
tot fcxlngton Aic New York
Consultation Free In person or by letter
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Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
U here will alwav be found a tupply of our
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CALIFORNIA 1IREWERY
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IN Till liOCKY UOUNTAIXS
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Capital Fully 1nlil 200000
rplIANIACTS A QrNKItAl DANCING
afl
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demand
Collections made ftt current rates soil remit
tances male on day of payment
Correspondents In tIe principal tiles of the
United States nail Europe
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Connected with the Dank
Special attention given to the tale of Ores
anti Bullion
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nEStS Q UAYHOU1U Cashier
U S DEPOSITARY
Deseret National Bank
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II S Fldrcdgc President
Win Jennlnsu Vice Prcst
Koramor Little1
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Trnniacl Etery Description of Banking
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Trantact a General Bonking liuiinest in
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Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Exchange
f ft PoOg01t Ici
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mittances made on day of payment
Long Loans made ou City Heal Estate at low
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Blacksmith
COAL 1
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Prompt Delivery Guaranteed
Telephone No 211 I
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Red Canyon
Pleasant Valley
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JAMES GLENDINNING Vleolroaldent n8l
Geo M Scottrm
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BLACK rOUSIIED GALVANIKKI AND IlrC Tt
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THE LEADING HOUSE IN UTAH FOR cket
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Hooker Pumps Howo Siales and l the CriwcntEitaSi
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L o 1AnKE President
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Utah and Montana Machim
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Wire Ropo Horse Whirtis Steam and Air <
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Smelter Mill and JlinliiL Supplies Contracts nnHI1 j
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Concentrating and Stamp Mills and Srra
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