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SHM"?' ' DESERET EYEKIKG HEWS.
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B; rM'N THE DESEEEY HEWS COHPAfiT.
HH iJI'IH CHAHLE3W.FSMR03S. - EDITOR
B j -'? Hal AOdnrMUy. . (Ifl.Wr H. r.
I4 IUJIlGIMTaOX AXD POLYHASJV.
83 "I confess the reeent landing of
92 Urge number of families of Imml-
B frrants at New York does not. to my
M mind, tollvvwywrtl with this official
nor docs it IniHeato reform."
f era! Xoble, Secretary of the I uterior,
f as tele5rabod to this city, In reier-
' f ence to tlie action 'it the General
i Conferenco oa future plural raar-
, rfages. It is very fctran that a
i man occupying! the high pl
tion which tta liolJ. shoulJ
, have so great a eunfuiioti f mind
fl ' en a very simpla pfepotftion.
. , gS i Ta" anio'i of the Conference
R ; aj and the landing of liutulgranU have
H ff I not the ri-m test cjijnecilori, in fact
H ! j3 or in prlmlpV. Tua Minun"
ialssssssB flr ' I Church has not oVclarod there is to
H &B ' he no more Immigration. Xo rtta-
aaaaaaaaaaH ?ffl! B,n extstsfiir such a declaration.
H i 9. People who Iriieve in the ''Mar-
H J mon" faith have ss much right to
B MB j land on the shores of this country
H MM us though they -were Catholic.
P l .a J Protestants or lnfidI. There I no
issssssssH ' fa 4 im v au'' no reana for auy htcriiul-
LssssssssV ' tfllll nation in UiU laulirular.
I It is true that fouiisit or oiiliclou
persons have untie rortxi to malcu it
appear that the "Mnuon' immi
grants are chiefly young roan
imparted to fmter and perpetuats
polygamy. There has never been
the ligutet ground f-r wrh a
pr-tense, and the Secretary of
the Interior ought to be well iu
firmed coneerningthefacfa. Official
ctatUtlea will ho-, lieyoaj depute,
Utatthe "Mormon" emigration Is
compared principally of faniiitt-;
that MMnetime the males predomi
nate; that they are generally work
ing people from the oM world; and
H , rf'l tlieydo not come here to lata tc the
aaaaaaaaaaaH fi ' im law or under any obligations which
aaaaaaaaaaaH V fat would imIy or lead t) auy tuch
aaaaaaaaaaaH ' ' violation.
H j " But KJjijKfeing that there lias been
M ' l any shadow of a reason for te claim
v that women were keiu liright
B here from abroad, who ml jht per-
B liaps beome tlie plural wtvM of
B "Monnoas,"would not the action of
BBBH" J bare suspicion and remove any ob-
HHHH jection that migat have arisen be.
B :; j It feeenii as Uiough the pres and
BBBBH tiie public do not want t know the
Bb . truth in regard to the emigration of
H i LaUtr-day SalnU frjni all iarbof
BBBBB s, the world to tliere valleys. Tile
BBBB f gathering of the daiuts is one of Uie
B f doctrines of the. Church and his
K j been from the beginning. Tiiat It
BBBH has no reference to polygamy has
H 'it! lecI1 alullJan;1.T' proven and the
H facts have been my o! umtertand-
H j ' ing. Iiut the papers will Hiblisli
JC : any lie wliile they exeluie the
f trutli, and the public freeni !j delight
j f in aeoepting fat.hx-i uowev.T al-
H f eurd and iu rejecting the truth
BBBBj r when it Is presented. Gjveniment
BBBBB ! ;: officials, however, ought'to be aove
K ' I' S this comnsonailluity with error and
BBBBB I ' should weigh the evideucm aud
BBBBJ j ; arrive at a jut Judcment.
"The gUieriuirof the elect from
I the fuur winds." will probably go un.
Reliever in the GtHpel as pfeaehed
by "Jlormin" KUers will come
to till country, as they
have a right to. and peruus
who coufuuai immigration with
iiiiiiiiiiiiib ( rm Iolygamy w Hi no doubt continue to
B . draw illogical and riJiiteus con
H IK cluslunsiu spite of all that may be
B j js eaid and done.
H P SecKtaiy XoMe hvs Uie reports
H 1-J5 tent to him a'iudiug most likely to
B fr. tiie re)ort of tlm Utah 4mmlakn
B fc "declirej that forty caws of uly-
B 'F gamy had etinie to the kn- leilge cf
H S the federal oHleiaU." If the Secre-
B 2j will UrA closer he will pee that the
BBBBB jK reportioesnjtmaethisaVclaraUoB,
BBBBb E but that it was contained in
BBBBK a lying dp3t-h p-ai fruoi Ihif
H f ft city aud intendei: to ivnvey that
BBBBB r- ' fabe inipftl-:i. le will find
H ; t Uit the Utah Commiaeioii. a in
B ' ('., 'I former years, liave dimply given
BBBBB t yl oiUclal voire to a Fetnrt received
BBBBb j 'f from registiation ofUoer and ex-
H ' j- I preadng thHr uiMUufwrteu opinion.
BBBBB ' j i If 1,e wi" '"" enough he w ill
BBVBBS I '5 1: find a motive for taitunwnthulaud
H 1 dc-ceptlv- rumor.
B U ' 6 The registration o3is report
BBBBH f 5 to the Oi!inii4oii tile number
BBBBB I'ft of Iwr-''ns " have Hot regis-
B if r" 'tered, and whsaa tbey MMjiect
H I g of refraiuing fnmi doing to
BBBBBB 1 1 t y because ttH-y ooold not take
BBBBBB I j -- tlie tet oatli. There are oitny
BflBBfl ' r, "Gentite?" who have xbttaiiiU
BflBBBf from n-gi-terini;. Why ut aiy
X' uiry nave enierej in'-o joiyamy
and that ii why they did not r;is-
i te:T A itttle rrHetiloa 'ria ,,
J that there is no good reasn for
j making turii a charge. And in-
f veitiiration will prove thit nuu-
BBBBBV 1 regitraUen and reckiev fpip
BBBBBl I form the sle support of tin charge
&BBBBJ C that there are forty new cises of
Hj f lalygamy.
fBBBBH H If knwle!re, or auy evidence
BVBBvI V however tlight, of ttwm forty
caes ha I come to the Federal
ioffleial, no uiie iters douUc for a
moment that proMcnUans would be
commenced without delay. It is not
true that any sush koorleige or
any such evidence is possessed by
tiie Federal oftiriab-, aud the ftete
ment tiiat it Zjt, either r.-UecU very
shamefully upon the vigilance of
, tlioae ofllciab. or upon tire veracity
BBBBj -, and lunor of the paa.Mii who have
SflBBBJ mide the charge.
B l V,v B1?' the teTieot hai leeu
oOlcialiy ;ubliJied iu mi eh a mati-
BflBBBl s j tier that no actual assertion of the
IB j kiRj J,a' bee" "''-. and yet the
SxBflBB; " J desired impression has been creall.
BBBBBl j If It is a cutiuingtdck reported to by
aVXVXVXI :" the writer of the Utah Cummii-ion-
BBBBBE ers' rcjurt, aud lias enabled the
BBBBH disreputable dipatvh-flcnd iu this
BBBB , city to fpreail the throughout the
9-VmBBI country, with inteu'jon to deceive
jB an J with no conuMdictiin ftom the
BBBBBJI , Let Secretary Xoble rid care-
BgBBH . , if fully the rejnrt to whi i he alludes,
BBBBBl jjg cominre it with the disjatcbes that
MH refer to It, ll.eu incfuire into tlie
BBBBBB, ground for either iUtement. And
the will find that there k not any
basis for-the reiort but rutnor, nor
, " for the dipttoh concerning it but
BBBBBJ j t, i falsehood.
,B ; jt People's TiTi-ilori.il Coavcntion.
BH " F Tlie People-'a Territorial Conven-
,H ; E Uoa niet at the Sacixl Hall at 2
BBBBt i J B p.m., Clialrmau Itichard reiiding.
;-4BBBBJ M 9 ibe roil call disclosed the pretence
BBBBB A '? of firty -four member. Trayer by
'; iBl "K the chaplain. II. II. njla.-p, from I
'BBBBf gf" tl,e comaiiUee on order of buaiu -8, j
' BBbVJ Wesi JJrt.aTI a "Tt- wh:eh wa' ba3
: BBBBB F r debated with some warmth wheu
BJBBBB 1 we went to rrc.
THE EECE5T COSFEnESCE.
Tun General Conferenco which
dosed on Monday was, In some of
Its features, one of the mot extra
ordinary gatherings ot Its class ever
held since tlio crganizatlon cf the
Cbsrdi over sixty years ilnee. It
Is aloo, we believe, estimated by the
great majority of the Saints who at
tended it, to be one of the best they
ever participated In. The teaching
wero excellent, and if lived up t-i,
the people will be elevated to
a higher religious plane than they
hove ever occupied, end the work
of God will go forward with re
Among the leading themes jnrenj
The neces-dty of the heads of
families arranging their domestic
circles iu order, according to the
law of the I.ard, and expunging
iniquity from their home.
Tiie importance of maintaining
the quorums of the Priesthood in
full organization and In constant
activity in the performance cf the
duties belonging thereto, every man
operating in bis ov. a place and call
The elimination froal the hearts
of the fiaints of ail iU-feellng
toward each other.
Keeping free from debt and main
taining an honorable course regard
ing all monetary obligations.
Proper education and training of
tlie youB, and gradin? the yputli
In the duties and calling, of the
The necersity of looking f.irward
to the ocmine ol tho Iord. but.
while observing the signs of the ;
time, lobe careful not to set dates I
for Uie fulfilment of the predic
tions of the Prophets.
The 1 tn portance of the same marked
unity which eilsts among the
chief authorities of the Church bn
lug diffused throughout the entire
ramifications ol the body-religious,
that the power of Gjd may Increase
among the Saints.
Oueof thcniest urgent points in
tjited upon was the need of faith to
enable the Saints to keep the chan
nel of communication open between
themselves and th heavens, that
they may not be deceived. When
ever any in Ji vidua! ofll rer or mem
ber of the Church U peqilxod la
telalion to any poalliju taken, he
can, if he has n .t blocked the Spirit
of revelation ia hi own breast, ob
tain a living witness on the cubject,
which will dipel every shadow of
dojbt from his mind, and make
overy problem clear as the tun at
noonday. This 1 tho rock upon
which overy Saint should huikl.
It is the basis of ulvaliju, and the
safeguard against drceptiun.
The maid'estitlou of power and
peace to the faithful Saints dur
ing Conference was uniubtale
aUe. This constituted a gen
eral testimony Uiaf the pro
ceedings had tho seal of Di
vine acceptance. Had the business
transacted not !een according to
the miud of the Irani, no such peace
uud Illumination would have been
present. This Spirit was if there
were any ditTereuce in the extent of
it at auy one meeting, mot abund
antly present on Sunday forenoon,
when the authorities weresu-uiued
by vote and the minifesto accepted
by the ansuniblsge. If there be
thufee-ahuare ytt in any condition
of doubt In reRinl to the buIne
done, let llieui apply the principle
which tboull be in operatiou
in the life of every Sainl;
kt tnem s:ek in humble sincerity
to the Lord fur light. If they are
living aright they will obtain it, for
God is no ft-sjieeUrof rson, only
requiring the requisite condition to
be compiled witli. This is no
chimera, as the faithful Saints geu
eraliy know, hut a positive reality,
baviug been verified In many of the
ex;erieucrs of the true disciples of
Christ in these day.
The effects of the late Conference
will be iVH throughout the Church,
in an !ocrcae of union, faitn aud
Grand Jur," ICcpuil.
Following is the report presentetl
by the grand jury Jut before it
w is discharged last Saturday:
Txilkt Jlonornln- ThirtlDiMncl Ctmrl;
IUvin eonciud-ol its labor, Hie
ran J Jury far the September term of
tills court is about toadrwrn, and
pre-eexs tlis foilowine as Us tinal re-
forii The last grarnT Jury, ax we are
uf.irnieJ, inveiift!ed he affilrw of
theebyanleoiint)'or Sal: take and
tSe pjb!wlosUtaton -'ruit'M in the
dKric , an 1 tlierj b ,.n u c unplaint
mad)as to any alu-es oouneetr!
tbanwab, we have n roaMsred Jl
RYtr tdo mar than utend to
ttw refrolar rrlmiml iMtiiuo litd lf
fon us. We bavj Imhi In oi4tti
twenty-seven day dunog iho term.
of v bs-hims seven iHsrro "lifted
t TtorraorUl an.1 ttrenry days to
Uufafd jiato ba4ne. We 'liave.
duiiug this poriol, c nklTI
ehrtty-one eases, of wl.teh rjfty
t.a went Terri.orial aud tea
ty.fou r United Sta'es iuxc, Wo Iia ve
r'unsed into esHirt in all n!:vi?ht
iodicmenl, of whidh f.irtT-rtla
werfor oltenmt aant Uieiple
and itm for uuRe agtinvtlhe United
MVK. ItMJes tlie eaes of "hWi
there was uu prevrojs rmard,
have ignored the fnlloniog In which
ftsftmdtnt iia.! bn bound over ta
axait the action of Ui rad Jary
Th 1'eopln v. Traev lograbaui; a
uult. The People v.J.J. Gleaon; per
sofiiiiii7 an otuser.
Unhed &af v. TrkcHIa Charles;
Uoi ed States vs. Hirry Sobroeder;
UniKt'i States vs. Monroa Ailred;
Untied bute vt.l. A. Pierce and J.
M. Thouipsoti; fraudulut un cf the
Units.1 Slates vs. I'rHz Ittepen;
United States vs. Kttmi Kremer.
United Slates vs. X. It. Anlersoa,
Tt People vs. Annie Uirroll,
Ths'l'eejto va. Jahn Soslson, as
will. The People vs. It berc lyie-ier, mur
dsr. The Pimple vs. If. IIamri, awault
United Sutes vs. DtaM Uensley,
UoimkI .States vs. George Harmon,
Unitnd States vs. P. A. Itergiuit,
United States va. Joseph Dover, un
United yjies vs. Paul liamaiar,
Having finished the business before
us, as wo are informed by ilio assit
an: Untied Sutas attorney, we most
respsetfuilr Ak to he diwharsd.
Very repaotf uliy,
J. C CO.NKLIN,
Wcare pained to have to an
nounce that another bereavement
has occurred in the family of
Brother H. W. aWtf, his
daughter Lizzie, aged a'outtyeais,
having die! today, from ISright'a
Disease. She had leen stopping,
during her illnes, forsaineti-neat
Jlrs. Priscilla JenuingV, where she !
received every ntteutlon that skill I
and kind hand; could bestow. Tlie
sympathy which wss excited a few
days ago by thu deith of two other'
children will be revived and iuteti!- j
lied by this new bereavement,
which is a heavy blow-upou llrolhrr '
Xaisbett, iiojt i-i prison serving
renteiice under the Klaiunds act,,
and tic family jronerally. tlrotlier'
ais'-ett'a b rm ti 111, w s bellevej ex. ,
pirelna tow days. The decraeft
was au estimable young lady.
Lorcn of AeUO$6nnon Lies. Presl
ilrnt llarri-on'a Army BrconL
DirerscTiMM of the New Tariff
Kill. P. T. Itarnnn's Tkcology.
Opinions oa Lot I cries acd the
Pension Sytcai. A lllslnforacd
Marllnean. A Chinese Bee. The
Msta of Xeir Zealand. Itc
gardiag the Force I!i!l and the
It is ml every day one sees a
gllrapsc of the truth about Mormons
In the newspapers. Once in a great
nhlle an Item creeps In which does
speak thu truth. There Is one at
pn-seutgoingthr rounds of someof
the psirc not all cf theat. For
there are a large number of papers
that will not publish a word favor
able to tlie Mormons though it be
tho Gospel truth. The Item is rom
an Ottana special to tlie Xew York
Sun. It lias already appeared in the
DBStaicr News. It appears that
murfi, If cot all, the unpopulatity
of the Jtormons aries from the fact
that they never patronize bar rooms,
tint they have reduced tho price of
hay from $ to $5) a ton, butter
from -llc'iits to 2d cents a pound,
and potatoes from six cvntsa pound
to 75 cents a bushel; that polygamy
Is absolutely unknown, and that
thrift, economy and frugality are
Of courre the ant. -Mormon luna
tics will ni$ reproduce such mitUr
as thii tn thdrpapcrs, tut if sotue
thlu niitriouely untiue wire said,
so It as It viillflul Mr.rmonl-ru it
aould tie reprottuced and healed
with tlamiiii; capUuns. Iffjrin
stiiice r.n lU-ru appeared uhlch
statit that a Prcubyterian preacher
wandered into a Mormon settle
ment, and that the Mormons
smothered him under a liaystack
and then sklnn-d him aud tanned
tlm bide to makepursraor porfcet-l-jol,8
of, every word would be re
produced In your smti-Mormon
nevtsjuperB, and rdltotlals written
on the criminality of the sect.
This Is the way of the world per
ltir. It as tliu with other
seits and'pirties and ev-n nations
aud why not witli I'tali? Time
wa, according to Mastulay when
tho name of Kigli-b.man was
only sjtcken ia contcnij t, now it b:
i tbe sard ct tiumas kua pats bf,
Piitfe ta Ll ort, defla&re tn Lit rye.
There was a lime when even the
name Am-ri an was received with
jeers In Knglaml.
It is now an established lart that
President ilarrlson ill make an
extended Western trip. Ills S-crc-tary,
Mr llaiford, lias lilt;rai-hed
Col. Corbln of this city that the
t'rtsident wjll visit Ualvlmrr;. ML,
out) I. s, to attend a reunlou of his
old brlfStSr. Tlio I'n-slJctt m a
Sfileudid war record, lie orginiz d
thelTth Indiana In IM12 nheu the
TCoitiieru States wtre threatened by
Brag;. Tin- regiment entired thv
field with Ueiijam::i Harrison ah
(Lionel, though when first orgai-Ili-d
he contented hlinrrlf with
second I.U-utunancy. Thereglme&t
was brigadeil with three Illinois
reimnts the Ittnd, lWlli and
l'Jiftli, and one Ohio rrjtinienl, the
At ttesaca on May H, iSfli, the
brirade dUtingui;hed itself, and
Hariison Ie!t the fielil as Brigade
Commander on the army list, but
among the soldiers as "Little Ben."
Ha fought at Gitgall Church, Kene
saw Mountain, i'earh tree Creek
kii 1 Xall ville. II s brlga Je at lilt
. l'e of the war was First Brigade,
Third Division, Twentieth Army
Corps. It is what is left of this that
meets at Galeslairgli on Oct 7. Tlie
President will be llitre and also at
Kansas City awl Tojwka to attend
The new tarifl bill is now tlie
creat topic. Mr. Kilgcre, of Texas,
kicked down a door and broke a
mail's now, but Mr. McKluley, the
Uurttr Journal says, U a l.-tttr
kieker, litmu-e lie has kirkniour
Ainericiu smelters into Mexico.
ThefcToo Democrat felli-ltatcs Its
mt'Irrs on the fact that now the
Mclviuley Mil has l-ecomo a law
tbey n ill have a rest from tariO"
Sdvertu glass for mirrors 1 taxrd
M r cent by the McKinley bill.
Tiie tax Ins not vet gone into effect,
but the Ittitdon UltAe savs importers
are already charging 4J per cent of
The new bill reduces revenues by
570,000,000 on certain goods, but it
raises duties by 513MO.utf) on other
kinds of goods, which fact does not
neuii a gent ral tariu increase, and
acjonling to the Vummerealtfaxitc
is leading to tree trade.
-rt... !.. - t .. i.. .1.. t...
atlass will, avording to the Spring
field RepuUtsan, lead to n glass
It is IiurwM-iWi- to plenseevery
irt ly. says tlie It ilUmore .tnieriea'i
but the "UrifTUll Is an enlightentd
c..ip.-omis: of coiifllcllng interests
for- tho purpose of a-lvaclug the
seneral gx- of tiie country and
doing as littln harm as))Ofitile to
TUodutynn olive oil for "salad
purprf"i raised 35 ier cent ad
valorem. The I'itttlnirg Ou-pate.'t
sat a this Increase cauact be eaid to
fa for the r iductiou of home olivi.
jii, mt ttiat it will cnmo-I people to
.imj cottonseed oil for "raltd ir
!Ke." The rklyn ttf ken says that if
I a iii-kB sfiid their fruit to ling-h-ij
t-irn their egg imochirtens,
their barley into wheat, their mtllt
into cheese, and senl the whole to
Eugbuid and thus closx a market to
a-e.cni farmers. Ui JI Klnley bill
-rut not t mu -h of a Iwou to liom?
"Joseph Chamberlain, of Kngland,
iys thu McKlnb-y bill i a jndtive
blessing to his oountrv, inasmuch as
it re-trkts the Unlts.1 gates from
becoTiIng a trade ejm,ietitor In
foreign lairkets. Then If every
body and every tout try is plcasetl
with tliis bill, so much the best. All
goes smoothly as a marriage bell.
A TCtume cf n hat proadnent visi
tors to ("hlcgao are saying about
thing in ginrral may not 1 unin
teresting. I". T. Barnum and wife
are hero on the way to Denver and
prolahly Salt Lake. Mr. Barnum
Church In Bridgeport lefore leaving
home. lie says deeds, not nlten-l-ance
at prayer raeetlu;, will most
lienefit a man In th- future world.
II review of religion in general is
terse. Ho says:
I wintea pamphlet a few months
azienii'Ied 'Why I am a Unlversa
In,' aud a mhiKer In Ibis citv. after
rmdinc it, cams to m; and laid, I
llievB every word you sav is true,
'bat don't givo mo awav.' rriie Iter.
?". II. ISowers. who did a few weeks
ago at Pkrtnont.nn the Hudon, said
toineottrand over again that lie did
not belleto in rnille punlth
mans, and other KpiKopal clenry-
man tdl me the same. Tbe
Uonzrogationalists couldn't stand tbe
endless bet!, an I wily reviwl tblr
creet Prcbytcrian aliviacs talk
about revitlng their faith, lint don't
Lniwhowto do it. cither. The Itev.
Jo-oph Cook says If they revise it tho
rssnlt will be tank Uii!verali.m. A
Kew York CHy Pro-bytenaninlnlster,
whom I met in tho Adiromlacks this
summer, said to uia that he favored
a new creel, sod if thev gntitih-re
wontd bo no eodloss hefl in it. Tho
wurof the trans-rrassor Is bard not
will In. but Is. It Is a itusnnabln bo
llef that we shonld 1m Im1l trtil, !,..
cording to oar works, and that Is Uni
STralim, pure and simple. I have
been almost as much of a tbsologian
as a showman all my lire, and was
j iwt in Jail lnlSX! for expressing ray
belief. At that timo a Unlterxallst
was not allowed to tetlft- In conrt.
Xowlt-iank God Uiatth's world Is
growing better every day."
A. Baldwin, a Xew York lianker,
' is heic He says tho lottery Is a
' square and legitimate business; that
persons are not compelled to ar
cliaso lottery tickets; that Plymouth
I Brah la Mssstchutetts was Im
I proved by the prccccds of a lottery;
that orthodox rhuruliea are helicd
by lotteries and so on.
Ilosiys the bounty system to sn-gar-growers
Is better polltii-al econo
my than UrifTon imjortel sugar.
TnoSouth will get Isiek some of ths
lmm-ne tax she tny. to the na
tional treasury by tlie bounty sys
tem. Ofthoflu4,0U).0X)pald year
Iv in pensions tlie South gets none.
The pension system Is a good one
for distributing tbe surplus among
the Sutes, but tiie South does not
share In It. He says:
Tho pension syaiem Is a pood
thing, r beltevo in it. It's abused,
thoagh. I don't believe a nun should
get a pension because hobdmed his
tnoath with hot coffree. I don't be
lieve tn these substitutes gettinc a
pension and golag on so about their
belnKsochbtTe soldier. 1 paid my
substitute iifita to go In and take his
chances of getting shot In my place.
He took the money and went. It'a a
business proposition, I don't tblnk
be haiany rlghttoatk toba paid twice
I dont thin1: the man's opinion
on pensions Is worth much who up
holds a State lottery. He says men
need not buy, uo wore need men
iKiyarscnlc, yet in civilized coun
tries its sale Is made penal excejA
under scientific restriction..
William Martlneau, cousin of the
famous Harriet is here. Ho Is de
lighted with railroad traveling In
America. In English lllls he
si vs he I a Liberal txit not a home
ruler. Ireland, ho says, is better
represented numerically, in Parlia
ment loan Scotliud or Wales. Of
Ireland he says:
"Tenants in Ireland. It seems to me,
need never pay their rent unlrat tbey
want to, aod if th landlord docs,
after a while. Insist upon getting some
return from bis property, be being
led by Ihe laws to believe it tn be bU
property, why, at once there's a great
arena, and lbs worl I Is atones ad
vised Of ths woes of poor, downtrod
den IrelaniL Ireland has no griev
ance. It han't nearly tho distressing
conditions that Scotland has, or even
noon parts of I-iinLllid. No tenant
farmer in America would liato Ihe
cbeek to demand what tbe Irish ten
ants dues. Your people here notddn't
stand sceh nonne, and jrt your
politic d lartles. to catch tbs Irish
vote, have to put somelhins in yoar
platforms about oor, downtrodden
Ireland. Tue Pope has distinctly de
clared against tho 'plan f campaign,'
yot only a few Irish Bishops taty auy
bti to what be say. The older and
rcher priests are with the Pope, but
tho rest of tho Itoman Catholic Church
in Ireland lias practically told the old
man to mind bis own business."
Mr. Martiueau make a Betty
Martin of himself by his statement.
Hedoes not know that Iu Illinois
tenant farming isacrimlualoffeBCc.
Tlio Legislature made somu laws on
tills buimi owing to "the system
lcliig carrbsl out here by a man
named Scully, au Irish laudlord
Again he says Uie I'ojw con
demned the Irish land agitation.
Does he believe the Pope infallible
In politics as well as religion? Dors
iHtres In Scotland or England
Ju.tlfv dhtrrse iu Ireland, and vice
Frederick A. Bee, consul lo lii
Imperial Majesty of China is here
also. He Is the ouly foreigner in
the Chlnrcu Enirot's servlc-. Ho
says that Burlingamu Is now wor-rhip-daaGod
itiChina; that his
Image Is hung In all tlio temples;
that the religion cf the Chinese is
lneil on filial love and obedience-;
that Christianity don't improve
t him; thai he himself don't expect
dvldeatiuu after death. He admits
owing his hold In China to Dcunls
Kttmey. At the time of the Chi
nese riots In California Mr. Bee ad
vocated tl.e cause of the celestials,
and even went before the Commis
sion on Chinese Immigration to
testify to the usefulness aud super),
tirltyoftbo heathen. For this acl
Mr. Bee was Li "ten wholly under
Chinese proU'Ctlon. He says Chi
namen make better citizens than
Italian; that Chinamen should lie
free to enter this country; tliatlt Is
to the benefit of the United States
to open trade with China, a nation
of r.V),vw,oW: that Kngland tries to
f uncut strife between America aud
John Marshall, of AucklandjNew
Zealand, is In Chlcsgo. He sajs
that in his country he has never
seen suow at Christina; that May.
Juue and July are his n Inter
month; that he rats his Christmas
aiddlng with a fm in one hand.
He says that Sev Z-alatid Js three
days steam from Melbourne; that
the colonies will soon become feder
ated; that the system cf tsnfT Is bad
since It Is made by one colony
nualnst another; that Victoria is
high protection wliile Xew South
Wales Is free trade; that the latter
eountry Is now prosperous while Ihe
former is dead. He says tliat all
!rr-ons enrol ng to Austral! t iur
chasc supplies In Sydney Ivrause of
Its cheapness; that .XewZralaud lias
a comparatively low tariff, that in
Au.tralSaanjJ Xew Zealand all the
railways are run by government
and give satisfaction. On tills point
he was asked a question. It is this:
"Hut don't the railway employes all
vote for the administration aid thus
Intrench it so that tbe outs can never
dldndza ths Ins?"
I nover beard of such a thing.
There is no politics in tbe railway
comuil-wkn. And, besides, we havn
Ihn secret ballot in our part of the
wo.-Id. Xo matter can tell how hit
se-vant votes. He may say: ! want
you to vole for So-ahd-So. If you
d'.n't I'll discharge you, and If vou
da 111 iy you.' lint ho ran not find
ont bow the nun vote. A candidate
ui'gh spend all the money he hkl
and he'd never know to a certainty
n bother it had done him ono penn v of
J. S. Clatksoa, ho whowssdubbed
'liradsman" by the democrats,
nalugto his deftness In decaf-Hat.
ing democratic ofllcehoidrrs, visited
Chicago recently H s;-ss l.ii
mind irvelyon the political sltua
tsou. Heis;d"Vvd with the Mc
Kinley trill, but he thinks tin-plate
sliuuM lw kept on the tin tarltT lb; !
Istcause b v ji-uand I ir it caiih.t i.-!
supplied by home 'n luetry, no mat
trr how high ll:r lallfT. Hasans
a!- Hint the Senate i- .-e-IuL- mak
ing sugar free up to 13 was tlie I
wir-t scheme Tills, he thinks,
would lni-flt hrct-Hjgarrnb-rprisv'. I
He is not so nngiiliie nUtit ncl
proclly, which he deflne-s as "pro I
tectloii' opUou on fnx tra le." He
thinks that if It were once adopted I
with South America it would extend
to Kuropo In the eud. Ho says
New Kngland would bo glad tn ship
machinery to Brazil fr-e .. duty,
out how wouM it pie w Wrstcrn
-tovkniejianJ Kauv-i- suar-grawe.-s
to bring hides and sugar duty free to
the Unite I States? He says the
fon-c bill will be psKsr-1 at uevt ses
sion of Congress. He says the Hcxt
republican candl lato fur the Presi
dency will rams Jrom the 3li?l.lp
pl Valley. Hero Is what lie says:
"I should sav that his name is Bob
ert IJncoIn. He has I ho splendor of
a namn and dedmntrated bU execu
tive ability when he held the portfolio
of tbe Secretary of War Tbe auldlers
will prefer Alger, prrbapa. As for
MeKinleT.lf lie l elected and bis UntT
bill proves a sneeass, ho will be Ohio'
next governor, ami doubtless her can
didaiefortbe Pre-ddeney. Becd Is a
growing man and has capture! tbe
people by his sturdy maintaioance of
thedoetrmetbattho nufarltv should
ClIICAOO, Oct. stii, ISrt).
Brutal Trealnir ut of a "3Ioriaon."
From a gentleman who is ac
quainted with the facts, we learn
the particulars of a shocking piece
of brutality of which a "Mormon"
was tlio victim, and which Is
represented to hsve ocmrretl
at Iaglc Rock Jut prior to the
election. Dubois was addressing a
republican meeting and was abusing
the 'Mormons" outrageously, de
claring that Uiry were inferior to
Chinamen. tc. In tlie audience
was a "Mormon" uamed Smith,
who, goaded by what Dubiii was
saying, Intermixed him with n sin
gle remark. Dubois shouted, 'Put
the drunken Mormon out!"
A man named Chamberlain eeiz-d
tlie offender, dragged him to aud
htm as he did so. When outside
the door Chamberlain threw Smith
to the ground and kicked and b-at
hlra unmercifully. At length the
victim galued Ills feet and was
walking away, when Clia-nUrMIt,
apparently aituated by a sjilrit of
imatitble ferocity, again assaulted
him, knocked him down and beat
anil kicked him terribly. It Is
claimed that Smith w under the
intlaencc if liquor, but this fsct, ir
It be such, is no cxcue for the treat-1
' ment he suffered. '
A MEMORABLE DAY.
Pmtuent Harrlsoa AWreei the
Cltlxtni at Galesbnrg and
HE ALSO POLLS THE WHISTLE
ON THE TRAIN.
The French Cabinet Etcponcred to
3ake Certain Tariff Con
cession'. SENATOR HOAR ON THE MANI
FESTO. It is a Wise lineament, bat He
Djs 'ot Favor Statehood
Dj Teltfraph U tlt.S'IKS.I "SK
t lsTtlita 3.000 PrroiBt Greet
The t tiler Maclslrmtr.
GAUsnrnta.Ortober S. Tbe prln-Clp-il
event of the day was the
reunion at Galeburg of the first
brigade, .VUh division, 0:h array
cor, of Ihe former command of
General Harrieon. Tho occasion
was the gtheriog not ouly of old
veterans formerly ar-oclatcd with
the president, but of thrOrandArmy
rani from all sections cf the west.
Excursions from nil the prlncirJil
cities withtu a radius of 200 miles,
added to the assemblage, and It was
estlmaU'd that the audience which
greeted President Harrison ntGales
burg was not less than 23,000. At
the depot the presidential party was
met by tlie mayor and council and
an ar.ny cf veteran, and escorted to
the hotel where an hour's reception
of dlstlnzulslied e-Itlzens from all
parts of tlio stale aud west, greeted
the t-mUent. Decorations tlirough
out the eity wt re profuse and elabor
ate. GAI.nsntrna, III., Oct. 8. Presi
dent Hairlson anM? enrly this
moriiloc, but lie was Lot early
enough to escape thousands of eager
Pcorlins who had awemWnl around
the hotel iu Ui.it city, struggling for
a fight sf
TltK blSTI.NcriSHED VISITOIt.
At 7 o'clock the band lercnaJed
thu i'rtildcut aud a few minutes
later the mayor and city council,
accotn4iiIe-d by G. A. It. posts and
a company of Illinois National
Guards escorted the jarty to the
Iraiu- The march was a triumphal
one. All Peoria turned out lo do
humageto the chief executive. At
the dei tt over 6000 isrople w e-ro as
sembled, an-I Ihe rresiiletit, belag
Introducetl by MatorcHnrkers spoke
as follow: "My follow citizens: It
Is not pa-slUe thkt I should intro
duce tliis morning any serious
theme. I have greatly enjoyed
tbUtrlpthruugh my old Statu and
yours, sisters iu loyalty and
sacrifice fur the Union, sis
ters a!o in prosperity and
honor. (Applau'c.) I find my
self simply saying "thank you,"
but with increaslug tense of tlie
MndiitMof tlie 4-nple, If anything
could ae'd to the solemn sense of the
responsibility tthicli my official
oath plans upon me, It would be
thrc evidences of friendliness and
confidence. The great mas of the
peopleof this counlo are loyal, lov
ing, daliful citizens, ready lo sup
artctcry faithful officer in thedis
chargeof his duty and to applaud
for their goo-1. It Is a source of
great sht-ngtli to know thl,and this
mornlu; not less from this bright
sundilic and Ibis crisp llllnel air
than from these kindly faces, I draw
inspiration to do what best I can to
promote the good cf the peoplo of
the United State. Applause. I
go today to meet with some rum
radrsoi your State, who stood with
me in the army of the creat Union
fur Ihcdifensc cf the flag." Ap
plause. At tlie concUiton of the Presi
dent's address KIsIn Itslie Iyde,
child aetrrssj of "Little Ionl Faun
tleroy" fam. presented the l'resl
deiit with alsiitlful bouquet on le
lialfoftlMiti. A. It. ots and citi
zens of Peoria. Tlio President ex-pre-etl
his thanks by kissing the
little lady, ami, amid
OlIKEKS OP 7HRC1I0WU,
the train pulled out for Galesburg.
At IVoria tlie I residential arty
was met by a delegation from Oalrs
burg on a special tralu. Near
Galesburg the President, after ac
cording a reception to oil veterans
uu loar.l, Serteitry Tracy went
forward and gnt-teVi Knginrerlliltoii
who was member of the 'resident's
brigade. On Invitation of the enig
neer, thu President and Secretary
Tracy mounted thu engine and rode
In tlm rah Willi the engineer for
miles. To tlio President the eiigl
nver gracefully yielded the resiou,I
bil.ty of puiliug thu whUllo fur
stations and ciossiugs and tlie fire
man considerately turned over the
bell roj lo Secretary Tiaey.
Upon an ar.-li on the reviewing
stanJ, l-eurfltli whlrdi Ihe President
et-xxl, wero the won's, -We el
come our President." r-hortly after
eleven o'clock tliercpasscd tn review
tlie veterans of the Twentieth Army
cnr, io' school children ol the
Central Illi'iol, and thousands of
Among the dl-tlngulshcd
. frawx u.v tin: srAM
were A !Ji-t it fleneral Vr.uce, of
Illinois, w.ioaj-jiwirt-lx" represl.ta
tlve of Governor Fife-r. who was un
I a'l to leave Ills official dutle, SeC-
retary of Stite Piersoii, Mayor Ste
vens, Congreesmeti Post and Ilen
I derson, G.'tieral Arthur A. Smith,
I General Miles, U.S.A., G.nrral
P istin, I)eiity Comiiander 9f tie
I G.A.1U of Illinois.
I party rrrnlreil to tho speaker's
stilKliil front of tho court hone,
here Miy or Stevens welcomed tho
PrrJideiil to Galesburg In a some
what lengthy perch. Tlio inl
dent responded briefly to theaddress
of welcome, thanking tbe cltlz'us
of Galesburg and Illinois for their
cordial greeting. To tlie ok! vet
erans here assembled ho extended
greeting of comradeship. (Cheers.)
Tho presence of so many former
members of hlsoldhrlgadeandaraiy
corps was a pleasure to him, but tiie
ateence of lhoo who had answered
their U-t muster roll, and gone to
to their last home, mingling sadncs
with that pleasure. Hu hoped ttio-er
annual r.-t.nions would continue for
mny year to come. Cheers.
Lo.nvhi.s-, Oct. 8. A dispatch from
Buenos Ayres says the rejnrt cf au
lmndlng revolution are without
foundviju. Tlicre is no reason to
fear trouble. Tlio city aud the whole
country are trawnjil.
Sienalnr ltatr lit Ihe jlnulfralo.
Boston, Octobers. Senatorlloar
yesterday ixprrrd hi gratification
of thu action of tiie Moruiou church
in nliolUhlns polygamy as au attlc.'o
of faith. "But" he said: "I am not
(uqiriscd that the leiders now set.
that th-iita-of C 'tigress Is pressing
them an 1 ths.t theGentlleelemeutlu
Utali Is growing too rapidly to permit
a coiill: uanceof their cdious prao
tire. Twenty years ao, some one,
I think It wis Oliver P. Morton,
while travrliinr In ITLih I..II Itri...
ham Youn; fiat It would be tho
best tii Ing fur him to have another
revelation and then arolish
polygamy. They have stood
out as long as thry could."
Senator Hoar regards the action
of the conference as confirmatory of
his settled belief that all sectional
ism will disappear as thu .Nation
becomes liomogcne-iu. "When
you can talk with pooplo by tele
phone," he said, their prejudices
aud lxullir local Intluennrs will
disappear. I think tint is tbe way
tho Sjuthcru question is to
be rtied. llailway, telegraph,
leleplioae. hringlng iople of all
sectio:is lulu c!oe rtrnuiuulcatlon,
are to sweep away provincialism
and p.-ejudlrv, and tbe nation will
become out in sen'.itnent on all
grea; iueUoiu. "IJ it," he MiJ,
'we will irt ivlm i O'Lth lo R'ate-lioo-I."
l)rpnoney tbe Canse.
ClttCAOo. Oct. 8. Time Seattle
special: Wlttiau. 2?"". 't ""ly
son of Ex-Goveraer Sprague,
Ilnodo Island, aud grandson of Sol
omon P. Chase, suicided today. He
lias been wotklng on a paper here a
short time, having come hero from
Chicago. Despondency is supposed
to be the cause.
?o-io.ni-:Ls. (hi., OcL 8. Last
evening J. C. Fon-ythr, secretary
and trea-urer of tho 'ormonda!e
Lumber Company, and one of the
bel known men iu Georgia, was
killed by an unknown assassin, who
fired through the window. For
sytba was tho princital srltnesa
against Luther A. Hall, a lawyer,
whoso trial for perjury was penulng
in tho Oujte.1 Htatrs court here.
Tb Trench Cmblorl " TarllT.
PAIiW, Ocl. S. The Cabinet has
charged tho mlutler of commerce
to frame a bill fixing the maximum
tarlfl'upon Imports and giving the
government power to inake con
eeslons to countries whose Lulff
t,or favor French products.
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FINE CV3CES, j
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lUeerres drpuiu rayatite oa dirt-na.
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lies 1 per u on attert epoiw.
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t And waau yonr toalovs.
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22 Jt 21 E. Hrt SontU SU
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A PITA U - 8ioO.O0O.00.
SfttfLVt. . 20.OBO.0O.
1'. w.MAUES, Vice-PreiL
r. Armilrsoj. r. tV. U tdrtn.
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Itm. W. Jmolo;t, CeorjL Cannon
Cr Jo. & Ekaarli. . II. Hirty.
At. E. Cnmoatnss.
General Banking Business.
Flvo por cent Intorost Paid
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Loans on llcntHntntc.
Dcscret National Bank,
SALT LAKE CITT, UTAH.
("aid Up Capital 1250.000
jona Sntar, rruIOaL
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Air Sale Deposrit Vanlu, blatery bar
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;M Central Railway,
Time Card in Effect JUHE 2!, 1890
Passenger Trains Leu re anil Arrlre
at Salt Itke City, unit Park
City, Dally, as Follows:
SALT LAKE CITY.
Train lIcaTestiaSoalhA Mala St. TJJa-n
" 1 " " - JOJlpct
IsmTea" " - lMi
t - - - ;.jn.m
Train t arriees Vit. City ........ia.aa a.m
- 1 - " " . . ?J p m
" 1 learea ?ja a.ia
" t " " .... 44J0 p ra
Leata Salt Late at lias a.n '
AnlTti .......... 3.1a .mj
Lcata farkCMyat 11 -00 a.n
Arnra "-....... M-tn.m
.No liatenjert carrs-d oa rreint Train.
Between a.'t Lake City and ta.k Oly,
Mu;Ie Fart, Si.OO. Honad Trip, $3
Manner. Gen. rn. A rata. Act
RIO GRANDE WESTERN RY.
CCtUtE-VT TIME TAULE, AUG. . 1-TO. I
msl Bfund TYol. Atlantic Atlantic
V? alli.a 3-lip.m
lr. Salt Late......... M. 11a.m. s'Jp.a
Lt. "all Lale......... iuaa.m. T.esfva
Ar. rmto.... ....... 139 rvm. a.tapja
Lt. 1-roTO.... KJOp.0. s.Dpja
Ar. Urtea lUrer...... ja p. to. tJf.m
lt. Green lUter...... 73 p.m. as am
Ar. UiandJcnction.. luiaa. atAam
Ar. antUo.......... a:.p.m. M3au
Ar. Denter.... ...... e.oep.ns. Tjaa.m
Kot & mat Trotas. raelta radte
Lt. GrandJonellon TAIara. ?.Up.ia
ar. l.rten Kittr...... lLa.m. tlJ3n.n
Lt. Green luter....... ILisa-ns. llJSlujn
Ar. ITuTo. &Mtua. Oia.ni
Lt. IToto .......... . ejupjn. MSa.ni
Ar. Salt laae..H..... a la (..in. aaaa.m
Lt. Mali Late SSpju. sJDa.ni
lr. ia-tlett......M. .. sisp.ta. lfik&a.re
L.T. teatr.. ....... sroa.ni 3 pm
lt. fneslo xteam. .taa.m
LOCAL TILUSS 8LT LAKE A OGDEX.
La-ate Sail Lase JO a.ra. and J0 p.m and
Belanunr, arrlre Salt Lake at 1B.I3 a.m.
and tl. 10 and aA3 p-m.
Train arr es front Wasatch on Satmdays
and leatea for Watatca oa Mondays only.
raUman palaro ard ItnSstt aleepinr ears
on all ttrooxn traisa.
V. COI.K J. IL BKTMnT.
Uewrs; Jl.sai" mjti-aiutt.
t.csenl usees at Salt Laks City. Utah.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Cttata of Cooert roreher, rsn-eased.
-vroncE is liciir.itr given nv tiik
Xl nLdsrsurnetl. Adminialralor of to
r aisle of Kobert I'Areber. deceased, t- ibe
auditors of. and aU person hartnr claims
araiatt U said ttoeateri, to eahtblt tbem
wits the ceceatajT Tonrsera, wl-Jun lanr
anoc Iba after the rrat pnbtwtloa of tola no
tice, to tbe said adsunbtruor, at .Va. MU
tted AaraitSrd. Ism.
.... lajtrr m. ror.ciiKu.
Admlnlatrator of I bo Latata el ttot-crt
rorcber. dsceaaed. doa ttr
EXTltACT of BEEF
rWalasd Cheapest Ileal rtatorwa simi
tr -opa, Uads inatea and aocta. As
"' Tea. -a UTalaabla unla.- AaaaU
tan .aa rt.
tlrauiae atalr Willi tte lull, .1
'"" tea Llrklc- lrnstnr In
' aCMt label.
t Dr?--)-iktese.-mt Grocers Draxiiua
Z. O. M. I, I
FUR --DEFT. I
Astraclian, ,.. . Muskrat,
Alaska SaMe, Ink,
Alaska Seal, Nutria,
Cape Seal, Pulled Coney,
Krimmer, Raccoon, I
Lynx, ' - Thibet, I
Monkey, Wool Seal.
Muffs, Boas, and Children's Seis,
T. 3-. SV OE H3 D3 33 3R , Sgupt.
ataiBa J,1'LJ r W "
Pdanl tm tarJJt' n aa2jaX JLa na cJta d
ipkvfws, jicmtm Bimm. m s:,:
GEO. A. LOWE,
Salt Lclie City, Ogden and Logcn, Utah.
SUPERIOR PRESS GRAIN BRILLS
" LEADER GRAIN DRILLS.
Hall's Potato Digger, Garden City Clipper Plow?. Era .-"
Square Corner and Solid Comfort Sulky PIcv.j, B sc.
Chilled Plows, Railroad Plows. Sole Agency fcr
the Plar.ot Junior Horso Hoes, Garden Cultivate c
and Seoders, Baker Patont Steel Barb V: e,
Farm and Spring Schuttlor Wagons, and
a Full Lino of Columbus and StandarJ
Buggies, Phaatons, Surry Wagons
Road Carts and Spring Wagons
1 lATtXESS. TENTS, WAGON v COVER?
Kaapers, Dlowers, Iljinlers suitl Iloatlers.
SAW MILLS, STEAM ENGINES, WOOD
WORKING MACHINERY, SHINGLE
MILLS, FLOUR MILLS and
I LEFFBL TURBINE WHEELS, KNOWLES' STEAM POMP.
Will raT0l7O FRIDAY, OCT. Will, oa tho Fair Groark, ul C..,
at 3 p. m. Taoso folding a lickol ia our
ANNUAL GRAND DRAW
Should bo j.resent on thi3 occasion. Sia S5r- b"c,-'':
duplicates ol all ncabsrs aul s rloi iaino'. Tno Lrs." tn
nunbera drawa Iron tuaa (3Y A CHILD Blisiiolifl -
TA-KIE TEETi PEIZKC
Ka THE ORDER PUCL13HED BELO'.V:
i. One Princess PliatOD, - - $253.Ci
2. One Speeding Cart, witli Pole, - 75.C3
3. One Myers Pnmp & Hay Carrier complete, 4 1
4. One Waiter A Wood Hay Rake, - 350!)
5. One Stayer Cart, - - 35.C0
6. One Set of Single Harness, - 35.90
7. One Anderson Cart, - - - 80.03
Tho Drawing Is under tho Supervision of tho Exo
Comml.teo of tho Fair and Covers a
WHICH WE GIVE AWAY.
Co-op. fapnMacliiiie Co.
SEE OUR LIGHTNING ARTIST.-