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t page twelve - J x ;' THE ' SALT" LAKE' 'TE'TBTLSTE. 1 fkid ay mobnixg, October 2l, lnui I
1 Record of Evidence in
S T I 4 '
w It Is' Unearthed in Library of
if Missouri State Histor
ic , i ical Society.
Accurate Account of Conflicts in
jj: Northwest Pnrt of the
jj, ( State.
In A. Columbia, Mo., dlspalch to tho St.
'I I.ouis GJobe-Democnit says an old moth-
)' tntcn volume, unearthed In tho library of
1 ilic Stale Historical society, throws now
J Htfhl uon tho Mormon troubles In Ml.s-
j, soiirl sixty-six yearn ago. The book is
j( a record of evidence taken before Hon.
! Austin A. Klncf, Judiro of the Fifth Ju-
' dlclal circuit, at the courthouse In Rleh-
4 I mond, on tho trial of Joseph Smith. Jr.,
, and forty otlier persons charced with
I , ( hlnh treason and other crlmos against
- the Stale. Two thousand copies were or-
f dered printed by tho Legislature In 1S41,
J and It Is believed that only orn copy be-
i sides the one In Columbia Is now In ex-
IJn tho course of the lostlmony occurs
; .the most accurate account of the conflicts
( Jn the northwestern part of tho Stale yet
discovered. Furthermore, sensational
, , charge! are preferred against David It.
i Atchison and others In which grave of
fenses against public welfare arc al
leged. I Joseph Smith, the Mormon leader, came
'! to Missouri In 1S31. searching for a place
to locate "N'ew Jerusalem." After a
I careful survey of' the Slate he decided
ij upon Independence. In Jackson county.
,i as a suitable location. He returned to
iT hid home In Klrtland. C. and tho year
; followlns brought several hundred fol
lowers to Independence. A complete cllv
'. govornmi-nt was iustiiuted, and tho pub
lication of a newspaper, called'. The Bv
cnlnsr Star, undertuken. In Its columns
I occurred violent denunciations of the
1 Ontiles living In th neighborhood. The
' latter nlood tho Insult for several months
and then coolly tossed the printing press
,i and type into tho Missouri river.
I. First Encounter.
; Tlie bad feeling thus engenderd con-
I tlnued to grow, and culminated In an on-
1 j counter on October 31. 1st:, two miles
., east of AVefltport. In which two ftentllcs
j' and one Mormon were killed. The Mor-
j mons, however, had won tho day. only to
, be conquered three days later by a large-
; ly increased body of citizens. The terms
of the surrender contained a provision
if I hat ihe Mormons were to leave Jackson
i county Immediately. Accordingly an ex
odus into Clay, Carroll and "Caldwell
counties took place, and a village called
Kar West, eight miles south of -the pres
ent town of Hamilton, was decided upon
, i, by the refugees as their central rendez-
; vous. For threo years comparative peace
',, prevallej. and then the construction of u
i magnlllceni temple was begun.
!' Conllicls begun to manifest themselves
kj again, however, and on September I'l,
r 1S3S. a severe battle occurred at Dewltt.
I a small town In Daviess county, into
I ,, which several Mormon families attempt
ed to move. A short lime after a sklr-
mlsh live miles south of Breekenrldg-r- oc
casioned the death of eighteen Mormons.
) On October -4. occurred an engagement at
Dewltt, In which COO men took part, and
, Jy the middle of the month Daviess
i,; county, which the Mormons had thleklv
J. sailed, was so terrorized, that not a Geii-
i tile- remnlned In its borders.
t Al'i hough Gov. Hoggs h?d ordered out
nearly 40CO soldiers, the Mormons pushed
their campaign steadily on. Jt was their
I 1 purpose to conquer the Immediately ad-
,i jolnluir counties, then march down the
i MIssoi'-tI river to St Louis and capture
, it. ,Toeph Smith declared his intention
j of being a second Mahomet, and promised
:o maky a path of gore from tho Rocky
j. mountains to the Vtlautlc ocean.
! Declared Independence.
I: K.m jmvv f, in an oration. Sidney Rlg-
.;; don. ono of the leaders of the church,, de
I dared It Independent of the Slater and
I asserted tliat the time of consecration of
I , J the richer of tho Gentiles to the true
, j' Israel hail arrived. Public notice was
' 1 given all dJssentcrs lo leave the countrv
; and such barbarous punishment as tha't
: of allowing buzzards to eat a man allvo
' ; were threat i ned. ,
i Smith claimed lo 1mvo 1-I.000 Indians at
; ' hls comman.'J, and threatend to turn
I; tbem loose upon tho countrv if tho Gen
tiles refused to leave. Over S00 armed
, men,, called Danltcp, were sworn to sup
port Smith and Lyman Wight, whether
their commands were right or wrong, op
, posed to Slate, laws or In harmony with
j . A select band of twelve called "Do-
S structlves." was" especially charged with
i I burning houses Ami other property. No
tice was to bo fllven to the lO.W) Mor-'
mons In Europe u.nd America to come at
onoo to Far "West to take the kingdom.
On October J8 oxcry hoiiso In Gallatin
was plundered and burned and tho citi
zens driven out. The Uttlo village of Mlll
! pnrt was treated In tho same way. Rlch-
I f mond. Liberty and Buncombe, a town
, , twelve miics north of Richmond, were to
bo the next victims,
.ii ; In the meantime Gov. Boggs had issued
ij I proclamations calling ouL over 5000 sol-
i' . dlers. but serious charges were beln-
made against their officers, accounting
Are Safe Remedies and Should
Be In Every Homo,
In tho compounding of my remcdlco
and preparation In concentrated tho
knowledge and successful researches o
tho brightest medical minds that tho
century hun produced
Thcro la nothing experimental about
them. Years ago they passed that ctago
and countless thousands havo testified
that they havo found health through
There are no "euro alls among Ihcm.
but my list of remedies contains a eepa
rato euro for each disease. That is why
they are called homo remedied, or tho
"family doctor," as the nr6 freqUontly
tormcd by those who dopend Upon thorn
absolutely to koep tho household in good
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builds up the run-down, gives strength
to the debilitated, restores ambition and
.onorgy, makes old folk3 feci young and
tho weak feel strong.
My Rhouraatlom Curo has rid mora
people of this distressing dl3caKo than
all other remedies combined. I will re
turn tho money to any rheumatic whom
It will not help.
Kidney dlscaso In nlno cases out or.
ten yields promptly to my Kidney Curo
and Bright s Disease la irequcntly pre
vented by Its uao.
If you aro constipated or bilious or
are troubled with headaches arising rroin
a disordered stomach take a few doses
of my Paw-Paw Laxative Pills and seo
how quickly you will feel hotter.
Colds, which come with the nUny sea
son and which frequently end in
bronchitis, grip and tho more dcadiy
pneumonia, can be cured quickly and
uurely with my Cold Cure.
And these nro but a few of my rem
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my "Guldo to Health," which Is free and
which tells you how to keep well, it
may save you from a serious Illness.
Remember that all of my remedies aro
absolutely harmless. In taking them
you run no such chances as you do in
taking drasUo and debilitating drugs.
They aro safe They are sure. MU.N
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tions Soap. Faco Cream and Talcum
Powdflr all dainty and delicate, ahoiud
be used by every woman of rellnement
and taste. Make tho skin soft us velvet.
For sale everywhere.
foi the lack of success in putting down
the Insurrection. Capl. Jiogurt of the
volunteers complained In a letter of Oc
tober IJ, addressed to the Governor, that
officers are seeking popularity with the
Mormons for vote-gaining purposes.
In a letter written a week later bv Col.
Ponlston of the Sixtieth regiment. Uuvlil
R. V.ichlson. ex-lTnlted Slates Senator,
was accused of "political Juggling" In
his "reports and circulations setting the
conduct and character of the Mormons
favorably before the community, which
are b-lleved by ihe people of Daviess
ccunty to be prompted by tho hope of In
terest or emolument." No official inves
tigation of these charges were mnde. but
the feeling of the people In regard to
them was not in the least ambiguous
The Slate troops marched up the river
to Far West. In an encounter on Oi-to-bcr
1M ten men out of Oi.pt. Bogarts' com
pany were k.'llcd. several others wounded,
and the rest taken 'prisoners by the Mor
mons, On October 30 Smith surioudoied
and COO prisoners were taken. Tho con
ditions of surrender were that the lend
ers w:-re to be i:lven ui for trial, resti
tution of all stolen property was to be
made, and all but the loadei-s should at
once leave the State. Tho latter condi
tion was later, modified, so as to permit
Hie offenders to remain during tho win
ter, but In Ihe spring of !' VXV Mor
moni moved back to Nauvoo. 111.
Of Ihe lender six were charged with
treason. eiglt with murder and twentv
; ven with other felonies. A change of
venue was take.i to Boone county, and
on the way Joe Smith escaped. It Is
generally believed that he had success
fully bribed his guard ,
For lack of exact evldenco the prose
cuting attorney filed nolle prosequles In
the cases of the minor leaders and thev
Thiw ended the first civil war in Missouri.
PASTOR SURPRISES FLOCK.
He Will Add to Dancing- Diversion
That of Boxing.
NEW YORK. Oct. 20.-Followlng
closely upon the inauguration of a
dancing class composed of the youth
ful members of his congregation. Rev.
John L. Scudder, pastor of the First
Congregational' church, Jersey City, has
Btartled his llock by announcing that
lie will add to the dancing diversion
that of boxing-.
The Rev. Mr. Scudder has engaged a-s
boxing master Patrick Cahlll. who has
been in his time largely Interested In
sporting events, and is at present the
proprietor of a saloon, pnhlll will in
struct the boys of Mr. Scudder's church
in the llstlc art at the People's Palace
an organization which the pastor In
augurated for the purpose of entertain
ing the members of his church.
In answer, lo Critics Mr. Scudder ox
plains that he is himself an old ath
lete and has great faith lu results ob
tained for the young by physical exer-
HJ I I
I ; ; A Short Cut
,H; It you want to enjoy '?'
H jj vigorous health take
i j They are a veriteJble short cut
; , to la-sting and perfect health,
IH ' fiold everywhere in Boxes,. 10c. and 25c
J Owing t Ill-Health, W. W. HALL, THE JEWELER,
I I uiw.MimwnawmmttBfiaini. & & IXlLiL 1 im
J ' 'O Will offer His Entire Stock, Consisting of Diamonds, Watches,
I j Jewelry, Sterling and Quadruple Plated Silverware, Rich Cut
Glass, Umbrellas, Qocks, Bric-a-Brac, Etc., Etc.,
j , BEGINNING SATURDAY OCUOBSR 22ND AT 2:30 AND 7 P. M. AND CONTINUING '
DAILY AT 2:30 AND 7 P.. M. UNTIL THE ENTIRE STOCK IS DISPOSED OW
j FIXTURES FOR SALE !
! ' This will be a buna lidtt elosing-oui sale.
; Evoi'vUiing must be sold under Ihe ham- ,
, mcr regardless of oHginal cost and every
ariiele vsold will be positively guaranteed
as represented or money refunded.
ciae. Incidentally he says that when he
went to enguge ("ahlll at his saloon he
put on the gloves with Cahlll lo Mud
out if he was in the form In whlth Mr.
Scudder had known him when he was
the middle-weight champion boxer of
Mr. Scudder says that after a few
Jabs he found the saloon proprietor to
bo in as good form as was necessary
for the position ho Intended to give him.
n M M M I M M M M H M t M
i On the Pacific Slops.
PORTLAND, Or. Oct. 20 The business
of buying Oregon und "Wo.shlngton wheat
for shipment to Chicago and other East
ern markets has censed. The railroad com
panies cannot supply enough cars to han
dle the traffic aaut consequently business
Is practically at, a. standstill. 11 is esti
mated that from. 12.CW.000 to 15,000.000 bush
els have alreudy been sold.
SAN' FRANCISCO. Oct. 20 VlcIJre8l
den Ramon Corral of Mexico and his par
ity, wlu-u they arrive Friday will bf for
mally received by a detachment of Cnlted
States marines Jit the Oakland mole and
escorted across the bay on the tug Slo
cum. On arriving at tho ferry four com
panies of coast artillery and a band will
escort the party to the St. Francis hotel.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 20. Rev. Charles
G. Adams, formerly an Episcopal minis
ter, but more recently a lawyer, com
mitted suicide tilay by Inhaling illumi
nating gas. About two and a half years
ago Adams shot and killed Dr. J. A. Jes
sup. an Oaklaud.-dentlst. lie was declared
PENDLETON. Or.. Oct. 20. The seventh
annual session of the Inland Empire.
Teachers' nssocic-Hun opened tonight with
250 teachers from. Oregon, Washington and
Idaho in attendance. The annual address
of President II. C. French was delivered
and the visiting teachers welcomed.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. William B
Kennedy, the colored man who was con
victed of murder. In. the first degree for
firing the shot that killed Policeman Eu
gene Robertson on January 21. 1M2. was
today discharged from custody by Judge
Lawlor on account of Insufficiency of evi
dence. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. Miss Fannv
T,ont committed suicide today by gas
Asphyxiation. ' She was the daughter of
tho late "William M. Lent, a prominent
pioneer, who died In this city on Monday
FRESNO. Cal . Oct. 20.-lt Is reported
that the raisin packers havo entered Into
a combination under the terms of which
the grower will not be offered more than 2
cents for his now crop. j
When In need or a carpenter, 'phone I
H. F. Williams Bell, 2115-K; Indcpod
cnt. 24L Shop. 71 S. State. j
FRUIT ROUTING CASE.
U. S. Court, Los Angeles, Decides
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Oct. 20.-JudKo
Wellborn. In the Lulled Stutcs Circuit
court, today rendered his decision In tho
fruit routing case, denying the applica
tion for a stay of execution asked for by
the railroad upon the former decision of
tho court, which decision denied right to
nrbltrarj ronto shipments of fruit at tho
Initial shipping point. The attorneys for
the railroads gave notice of appeal from
Judge Wollbom'B latest decision to Ihe
Circuit Court of Appeals and tho United
Statco Supreme court.
Alleged Murderer Breaks Jail.
I GUNNISON, Colo., Oct. 20. Tlmothv
Sullivan, charged with ihe murder of
Deputy Sheriff W. E. HaYnmon at Pitkin
last June, has escaped from Jail, belns
aided by persons who removed tho win
dow bars from outside Sullivan Is be
lieved to bo making for the Hluo moun
tains In Utah. A reward of $500 Is offered
for his capture.
Decided Against Helenn.
HELENA, .Mont., Oct 20. Tho Stato
Supreme court today affirmed tho Judg
ment of the District court, Judge J. M.
Clements of Helena, In holding that the
city of Helena had no legal right to ex
pond money for purchase of water mains
when the city had already exceeded tho
legal limit .of indebtedness.
fcj Traps, 2 for
I ' Dover Egg Beat-
jj Corn Poppers
'j Meat Platters,
tj (family size
;1 Six-piece Toilet
a Set, S2.G5 Teg-urn
I' Outing Flannel,
fancy stripes, a
j Calico, 30 differ
a ent styles, only, a
3, yard j
j tic, yard vidc
! Dress Goods,
'doublo fold, styl
ish pattern, a
it MM iillllil t E
Friday aM Saturday Last, Days of .This
We have the goods, and they are as represented. Come today
nrim i 1 1 ii iii 1 1 II iinidi II iiiHiiiii m,,,. .,,
Fancy Parlor Lormps, bright, prot- r
ty colors, white Bliades or globes jf J n -No. 7 royal granite steel Tea Ket- A A
?1.50 regular price, only tie, 75c size, guaranteed quality, only 4C
White Cup and Saucer, pretty
-24 1 MAIN ST.
Puotty Rugs, size 24x54. Will beau- rs s
tify any part of the home. Worth X 17
niuch.jnore M 0w
Black Fire Shovels. Throw that ,
old broken one away arl get a fresh, J? f
new one. Only
13-inch Chopping Bowl
15-inch Chopping Bowl .. , 70 '
Cotton Flannel, good width nrT,
much more. We want to tip you Q
kcopwnrm. A yard ...f?
241 MAIN ST. 2J
CEREAL FOOD COEEEjg
ON A .I..L. CAB UNEb.
i Try it tho Next Time You
a C. EW1NQ, Proprietor. '
Eeadquorters for mining men and utoct
flUQt Rfc2E H A DAK ANIi UP. 1
LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED
To Attend This Sale, and chairs will v
be provided for their convenience. AS
AS A SPEOIA.L INDUCEMENT FOK j
PROMPT A TTENDANCE EIG HT E L1C-
CANT PRESENTS WILL BE CUVEN
A WAY FREE AT EACH SA LE.
W. W. HALL, JEWELER
'227 MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY.
SAMA, ?IcConahay'fl dol
jutc, Jar alarm clock
JgyaaC. vril et you up,
C -li vJL 2 j1 w- 2ad So. St. .
Dress Goods i.
dresses, a yard-
Sags, sold for 2k.
(Ribbed Hose, iD
sizes, a pair
Lad ies' Vesti
and Drawers, aei
jSoap, a quick sell
er, 2 cakes for
' Turkish Toweli, j
'good -weight, each
Matches, do:a Jj
for kitchen or roll'
er towels, a yard-
15c regular, only
47 West Second South
Under new managomcnU ?J!ftJJ-'fc
and short orders; everything "r spri(K!
Open day and night. lAe YoV: lsE
dlnlnc-rooms In connection. Jv W
Chin Chcnn, Proprietors. Km