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A n-wwrn CULT EC331TS if IM1H B i jr. rxivrxD aw rnuisnro bt ' j THE DESERET EEIS COMPiSY. I! it CHARLES "W P3NR03Z - EDITOR I ' I H I 'J J . ' iolnnlu. October II. 1MB. 11 h PEOPLE'S TICKET. It hi f r B fj : J JOHN T. CAIXK. B '( p THE -LIBERAL" CAMUBATE B'.l Pi ' C0.MX.NSE5. HI ! K 1 ' Kf c ir ' Tiie "Liberal" candidate for the BSi " B office uf Delegate to Congress ac- BC S' I ' knowledge aeJltnr of the"L!b- HS' 51 M eral" orau, tbat-tho charges made HM' ! t J aipInM. Jifm too true. That In, he BXj' j ;3 L ,1 hasu-ed hb Ulvnti and energies, HH li I' ) ,' auJwouU ue them if elected, to BS' j ?5 f procure the disfranchisement o.' BSj ' .i- J? -'" y "Jlonaon" In Utah. He says, BSj 1 f- further, be would, If he couIJ, Bfl' J "preTlnt any Mormon voting Jo HS' f J-' 41 (he rnlteJ State?, ora Mormon bo HB I'- oomlng naturalized In the United BS fl State;." And he Intimate lib di- BB ,t 3 , fire to lh Ihlj assault on the BB "if "Mormons" to the verge cf civil BS' ' ;9; vrar sad "the dotrycUoa of the BB i 31 lives and property of thousand, of. H ,J people." BB ! It Is true that these Intimations of BH ' ; ! tbccandidatciu regard to "Os-doIe BH ' l violence aud bloodshed are pit In B . '; the way of warnings. Itut they In- Hfl '4 ' tllcato tlie wish that was father to BS , M 1 i the thought, and are only repitl- BB Ij I a lions of his previously uttered tan- BH jP guluary predictions and desire:. BK -' r As to his advocacy of the di;fran- BB ' i 1 1 chbement of every "Mormon," he BB ' niake no uncertain sound. He Kays, BB I I "That it Is a true count. That in BB fc ' ' S li uurjndgmcni, is the right thing to f f jjff o" HB ' ,'B TIicsupport of either ''Young HB . iSf .UtahlorOld Utah forsucli acandi- Bfi fan a'u 's I,ut Hkcljr 1 be c en formld- K tSJ able. A 'lrinou" vote for so BB j '. " &M Utter an enemy to frrcdom ould BB f' . fj' beoonJusivejroofofU.e luuacy of HB i ' m "u voter- BB I 5- '5 Now hat is the alleged reason BEi ' ff ftir !l1' Ti"Jictive JKireuIt of the BR v I "Mormon" people? Itisthemem H v j bers f the "Mormon" Chare! of BB : t '; Utah viio bail broken no law Au the Hpj ' ! I iait,trbo had taken an oath that they BB " ? rould not violate the law In the BBm ' , future, wr to aid, abetorajvi? BB ' ' anyone cKe to violate the law," BB - l whOKe lisfranchiement he openly BBj I", I ysheadvocatedandwIUadvocate. BBj I S So it is not on account of any overt BB i"; r act on their part that he wishes to BR -' I wret from them every political Bfl l', I obt. lt him sjieak for himself as BBf I ' I to his pretended reason for reducing Bfij 1 j law-abiding American citizen) to BB '. t I the condition of political eeri. He B . J I sajK Bflj I "The othr and prominent o1l m H I Ifcedalm of thew Mormon chiefi to B I fcoM Ra divine right to order the rank BB . l j and file to vote as tbey decreed. That BB ' ' '' toowUl havetobef;ivenup; that will BB !, bavetobe git en up peaoeably or it BH will baro to t done in the uuoLe and BaBf j fire and death of a real war." B "Iftheyeoatinaein the fotnre as in BB tbe P1 lr tbsX Rive their blind at- BE , I leprUat to the pricsthool of their BB Chareh; if they vote a they are dir- BBBJ riJ, It wii! eot them more sorrow H' than they have ever yet ealfsredbe. BBBj T-we Ub over." J j; This is the cry ou wlii-ii the J'i "IibralcwJklite has been riu;- Ing tne elianges mere verbal vatla. I tJotr, forwveralyetrs. It ijiiim. J -cult, in view of the facts, to believe B I A In his snity. or conceding that, to H ' ( , credit him with common honesty. m The chiefs of tbe Church do not B ,j make auy sucli claim, they BBV .. io not exercise any such B i coercion. "The divine right to H order "Jiiy mau to vote asthev H ( Oceree" is not claimed by the i'real- B i' ueater other leader of the Church, H I ; nor believeil in by the "rank and B 1 . lie'" or any one ele in the Church. BBB . w fi are hotti, If there B s SB"'1 a I'01 he does not uc- B J '; derstaud Hie genius ot his religion B j; w tbe aulhvrity of t!ie '-chiefs of ij, ' ll.o Church.' B Ij, j How can -Voung UUh" or Old B It. ; Dtah give.uisnmething they never H lf.il po-iewed orenterUlnsd? Xotcven H 1 1 ' aVO' ' Um "smi-e au,l Ire and B tl I'f dcaJh" with which the ' Liberal' B i' V caaJUate thrtens tbtm, can they BBa l ' Jx formally renounce Kimtthiug ther BBb J' never lielievnl ajid never claimoii PB ft " irt of their creed, or part of BB ' their authority, or part of their I"1 d ity. J,"'"' it will not do to dip gut isolated ' ' passages witliout tbe exp!aua!ory 1 context from the remarks of some HH I "Mormon" writer or Bjraker, r H 1' to hk own theory of divine Xgovcrnmint, and foist them, with unwarranted Inference", r pon the n hoJe "Jormon" Church Ritoe-tablfcthed doc-riae. That It I th-j-tyh-of iili pap2r and of some ! i of his bawr ajoclates, but the ' "Jjib-ral" etadltlate ought to be BBa I ' alvei-ue!i tricky and subterfuges. BBS There is uothlng In the ''Mjrruon" BIB T faith o-In tlie '-Mirmoa" practice B trhich justifies 3 lea ler in claiming B .' ; the right to or ler any one to vote as B vj In decrees, or jdaivs 1U devotees B ','j uuder obligation to "give blind H ' ( j allegiance Id the priesthood." or H u to "vote a Oiy are directed." BBVH 'j f It If, then, ou ins on surmlBsoi K a!legtiun that ".Mormons" vote ai H ! i "o; one directs, that the "liberal" B . 1 candidate bates his domiud and B I "tiers his blonithlrty threats and H ! 3 prognostications. Tocre arc no E i words in the Kngli'h language too B ! I ftronj ti exiiress our denial of IiN BBaj f charge, our contempt for his method BBH of wjrdy warfare an 1 our pcorn of B his bimbtitie m-nices. Bat xfe B '11 "'t g A t!wn ti the level ot hi- H I pipjr to uttr them au 1 usj invec- BBBB 1 tire for argument. BJBH Th re Is not a member cf the BBV Church who can truthfully say he H hat tieeu orJereJ to vote for any BBBJ candidate for office. There is not B ,' a delegate to any of the con. BBBJ ventious recently hell for muuicl JBB pal, county or territorial politics who H can truthfully say that he has been BBBB ordered to nominate or oppose any BJBB perm,ortoupport or reject any B ' ticket or policy. We repeat what BBBK " we in ve stated again aud again, BBBB th tt every member of the "Mor- B '? iiivn" Oliurch Is free, in theory and BBBJ in practice, to vote as be choooes I"-"" 1 without cjmpuUion of any kind or nature. His creed accords him this . I( liberty, his lea Jers do n.-it Interfere K " withiL BBBB On the other hand, the party to HB i i which the c Jilor of the "Idueral" H v organ lclongs does exercissas much B jg 4 coercion as it is possible to ue, in B dfP ' IT orJcr to secure the unanimity it de- H f r mands from lis m-mber. Itabjsas BBBB WtW" a" w'13 3ttunlixto L'rak from BBB vf its bonds sod krrorUni. (t avails BBS BBBBS lUefif of ersry means, Including the obligations of secret societies presred into its service, to exact submlssiso to its dictates. Audit employs tbe paper which the"I.iberal""candl date edits, to whip into line every "Gentile" who Mas manhood enough to object to Its fraudulent methods or protest against Its infamous de signs. I f disfranchisement should follow! political unity, or should be the comequencecf bending lo the dic tation of political -chiefs, then tne "LlbtraU" of Ctah ought to be dis franchised to a man, and all the horrors thrtateced by their candi date for CougrcfAlniialhanoathaild be shakeu before their eyes, until they throw otfthelr thralldom and act like freemen and Americans. Aud we say to the cilixcns of Utah n ho are not bound by oath or Interest to the "MUeral" conspir acy, whati ver may be your faith or political procltvltU, assert your In dependence, yoor aversion to dis honesty, oppression and political robbery, by turning your LccVs on a tarty that ft-orks by Ihese'means and ou a candidate who avows I1J3 desire to ttrike from the hands ot thousands of law-xecping citizen) the sserct right of franchise, betsiute they unite against his uurepuUicj scliemes airl will jt TOiAfer tntlt, mallgoaut and uuprlnciplni foes. SALT IiAKE TO XEV Y'JRK. Infcrollng UctaiU r a Trip Hr Iund and lValrrt URST I'Al-EK. My pilgrim igc began )Vednesday, rfcjt. 2ttli, at twenty minutes after eleven In the morning. Accom paulod by Mr. 1- I. Itlch, of Paris, Idaho, your writer lift Salt Lake City, ths great International center of the Rockies, for an eastern edu cational institution situated at the city of Ithaca, and known 'as the University of Cornell. Woiooktho Itio Urand. Western, and it was not lonn before we were flying at light uing speed tow ards 1'rovo, and then up S.onWi Fork Canyon, where lofty hills were colored wjth lb: yellow of the quaking asp aud tbe cottouwood, the red of the maple ind the gum of the pTne intermixed with the tinge of gold as tho ran shown don 11 from the height ibove. It , was not lon before we were over Soldier's Sum mitnnd traveling at full tpeeddown White and then Price River, until Castle Gate wa reached, wIiom walls wenvlowering heavcrtwanl to the he ght of 420 feet with a small pine t-tick on IbT higher aud -rao-t conspicuous I?klnir pek. Dawn lhee ri era, llirough Castle Vallej and across the deaert of eastern Utah and western Colora to, then are many things which would aniuso a person of an oWrving character, all of which I shall not have time to describe. There Is a rock cf a soapsud color found just wertof Price which is somewhat curtou. It Is of such a tough character Uiat it cau Iiardly be blasted, but when and just to soon as cjCpo-eU tcJ the air it crumbles to dust one sets whole and large hills of this character that are btlng thus brought to iut. Castle Valley is tho most unbroken and for other than a curiosity the least attractive region 1 have seen in thousands of miles. When I looked out and as far at tbe eye would reach 1 saw uothing but a broken, barren aud dreary wilderness, I ta-mght tiatio the beginning when the rains de scended and tbe floods came all cen tered la Castle Valley. At 7:30 we arrived at Green IUvcr for sup per, and by 10 o'clock were going dewn Grand Iliver, and grand it was with Its clifls towering upward and high, the river flowing and mating iu tho valley beneath us. Ily 11:",J as the tnn shoue beautifully, aud thegraues UoJd-d to the breezes, wc toiled Into Grand Junction, tho seat of Mesa Ccmuty, and situated at tbe junction of the Jrand and Gunni-on riven hrncc its name. Grau I Junction seems to be uatiirail destined to lie the thickest settled of all the rallies of western Colora.!o ffodi the fact that it hasa very rich aod productive soil, low altitude, and an abundance of water for irrigation. The finest of fruits and cereals are gran n. This saion two crops of strawberries were raised apples, iiears and know but lilthi after we pnsseil Grand Junction until tbemxldav save that wa changed from the wide-guage R. G. V. to tlie lurrow gutgeD. & R. U.and shortly after we were imvlng u,te fat do-n the Black Canyon of the Gunnison with its walls which sta id sheer ttvo tiiouKlmi feet high anj so clon together that most or the time e eu in broad daylight, only a njark of sky, spanslod with f Lars, Is csn la the bright blue einapy above. Tlie waters beneath are of a delicate emeriid green. The morn ing of 84. 25th fi-und us at Gunni son City forlTcafcfat, and 415 miles from homa and friends. This place h.-wl population of about 3&03; ele vatlou 7u3, Is thesrtt of Giiaalsott County, lias two hanks, an ojiera hoje. a fair ewt houv, several churches, three chooi, saw' and planing mil', f. m !'i-e nni ma chine slii,, Siueiling aud ort sampling works, 1. Jes hoteN and ncpan-r the Hens-r-lYcu and the -Vers - DcmvcraL. Leaving Gunnison and Gunnlvotr Valley we -traveled slowly but surely up Tv michi Creek to Sirger.fs rfiatiou, where ourtratn war rat Into two sections. The mall and baggage cars were taken on lead by one eugine, the remainder of tlie train was ha-iled by tiirec cnilms to the top oj Marshall Pass. There was a liose engine betweeu the Iwo ctlirui for a feeler and a safety, or, in other words, It Is run between the two sections for the uria of preserv ing tho rear train from any acddfnt if the foremost train shoul 1 break loose, and alj to feel al)ng the line If the roai is safe since the Hit train pied over it this Is done with every train that passes over this part of the road. The routo from Sargent ' to the top of Mar tdnll Pass is a continuous curving and climbing a grade for fifteen ; mites of about 0J feet to the mile, until the top of the IJs is reached, an altitude of 10,555 feet, and some 350S fee: higher than SalUa,twenty slr miles on t-j the east. TfiS1 cont affords a mosf charming aud exteiiiive view,' the air become rrr.-cptlbly cooler, the tracks run Is all directions and tbni-Jgh some twent)-one snow shed, which vary In length from three to tnro.ru hundred feet. The sen-atlon experleuce-I, the grand and indescribable mountiin views, thertpid and astonishing changes at every turn of the glgantie wheel", (ogLtber with the nvtlty of the ride, are most marvelous, beautiful, imposing and sublime. Dvotx. Lauxciiko on the Ocean, Sept. ,39th, li93. IteloraeJ Elder. Klder Jens Jeneo, cf this city, relume! from bis mission to Den mark last Thusday. H lea Utah iu January, 1539, and on lib arrival in Denmark was appointed to pre side over Aarhus Conference. He reports the condition of that mission I as very gooj. About 20J persons I have, during this time, joined the CburcbJn the conference, as the re sult of the labor of five missiona ries. The authorities have been friendly toward tbe Klders and many have tetlfrd to tbe en nobllnginfluenccsoflheGaspelupon tbe morals of rueu aud women. Brother Jenn was the president of the last company of immigrants, consisting of 20o souls. They had a very pleasant Journey all the way tliroagh, except an unnecessary de Iiy of thirty hours In New York. I REMARKS - ST PRESIDST GEORGE Q. CAKKOH y AID PRESIDEHT W1LF0RD WOODRUFF, J . AT TUB SstyrU Semiannual Gmcrrnte 0 tt OiurcA 0 Jctvi Chn xsf LaSBrJtay SaVM, OiUZer 6, 1S9J, totTeo!ia!eV JJloxwa the adtptkji Ittt the General AncnVjf moJ.tt. ,tiifti'i Ui-td Ay JVrf rfoit ItVfordiroodniJjrin rttalhn to nural Marriagt; I'rrtlHcnt Urorsr 1 Cannon. On Uie"ioTh of January, 1541, the Lord ga e His servant Joseph Smith a revelation, ths 15th paragraph of whlcirl will read: 'Vn!r, verily I say itttto you. that whed I give a commandment to any of the sons of men. to tli a work unto air ntinfi and Iboso kons-of moo. so with all their might, and with alt tbey have, to jerform that work, sod omw not their diligence, and tb-ir enemies come upon them, and h)uJr them from performing that work; behold It Ueaaveth mi 10 require th: work noxnoreat tbe hand of tho ons of mro,'bat to accept of their effsrlngO Tlie. Lird says other things con nected with this, whcli I da not think it necessary to real, tut the whole revelation Is pnyitable, and cau be read by thac who deire to do so. It is on thisba.Js that PnvJdent Woodruff has'felt himself jusUfled In Issuing tills manifesto. I suppose It would not be Justice to this Conference not to say some thing upon thU subject; and yet everyone knows how delicate a sub ject it is, and hoi-dillk-ult it is to approach it without saying some thing that may offend somebody. So far as I ant concerned, I can say that of the men In this Church who have en deavored to maintain this prlnclph of plural nnrriage, I am one. In public an I In private I have avowed y lelkf in It. I hivede fenJed It everywhere an I unicral. circumstanc.-s, and when It wa neceary have said that I conld ered Uiecommani wasUnjingand imperative upon me. Hut a change has taken plaie. We have, Jntheflr!.p!acv, endeavored to show that the IiarjrJilcii affecte4 this feature of our religion was un constitutional. Wc believed foryeata that the law of July 1, 15-ii, was in direct wnlllot with llie tint amend men; tr the Constitution, KhK-li says thaftjngre shall make ik lair res?cling an cstiblishtueiii ol rellgiou, or prohibiting the free exj-rclse thereof." Wc retted upon Uiat. and for years continued the practice of jJural marriage, believing the law agaiust it to be an unennstl lutlonal one, autl that vru had the nght, under the Constitution, U earryouttlU) prluciule ractlcally in our lives. So confident was I in relation to this vie. ttiat in conver satious with President Grant, and with his Attorney General, ex Senator Wllllsms, of Oregon, I said to them Uiat If my caws were not barred by the statute of limitations I would be willing to have It made a tt case, in order that the law might be teted. We were sustained In this view not only by ur owu interpretation of the amendment to the Constitution, but alo by some of the bu-t legal mill Is In fha country,n ho took exactly tlie same Ties tlia; wa did that this law was an Interference with relig ious rightx. and that so long as our practices did unt interfere Willi the happiness and peace of society, or of other-, w e It id the right to carry Out this principle. In factv It hi within six or ei'hl nionlns that, iu i conver-atlotl with two United j States Senators, each conversation ' biting separate from the other, botlnj of them expressed them-elve, though not in the same language,! to this effect: "Mr. Caunou. ir this j feature Uiat ycu practice ha I not I been a'socialed with religion, It I night have ben tolcrsteil-biityou have avocUttJ ll with rellgiou and it has aroused the rePgious sent! mentoft'ie nation, and that sent! i ment cannot bo rrsMeJ. Sofsrasj the practice Itself Is concerned, If you had not made It a part of your faith and r.ti Institution I sanloneJ l.Jr religion, It might bavr gone along unnoticed." I do 1 not give tho exact language; but -..w:. ! uiv .uva uja, lui'j lllt veyed to me. Xow, ve were very confl-Icnt Uiat this 1st was an un-con-tltulioualnnc. President JJ in fel II. Welts rill remember Ho he and LlrieJ lo Rel u case to test the cocautulionallty of the law during the lifetime of President Drlgham Young. Wo wanted to get Hrother Erastus S.oo-r. It Is the lat tiling that we should have tlistight of to put a.mau like be was in the gap If we! hvl not been fl.-mly convinced that the law was tlcssnitttutional and would be declared so by Uie rnited States Sjpreme Couit. We telegraphed to Hrother Erastus In tlie south, thinking that his case would ust bo harmd by tile slitute of limitation-, lie rtf.lled to us rocceruing It, an I we found Uiat It was barred.. Brother A. M. Musser propoX-d himself, il I lemembrr aright, to be a test case; tut then was a defect In his casi Wc want ed this case, whenever it was pre scnted, to be presenlcJ fairly, that there sliould be no evasion CoUt it, but that It shddU be a cam that could bo tested fairly before thecourts .f the country. Finally. Ilrothcr George Reynolds wa? selected. I said to iny-elf, when I learned the result, "It 1 the la.t time that I will ever have -inythlng to do with a test case again which will Involve the liberty of anybody." I was promised when he was sentencu, by one high In authority and who ha-J the light to make th" jjromi'r, Ibat he should b rclcaStn, when the cir cums'jttttes wt.ru told to hlca; for they were laid fairly before him, and he was told that tlie evidence had been furnished by Brother Rey nolds hlm-elf, and that everything had been tlono to make it a test case; the government had been aided In the securing of witnesses, and 110 difficulty thrown In the way. Afterwards, on the second trial, I believu Hrother Reynolds' lawyers got frightcacd,an J there was something occurred then that gave It adifferentappearance. Uulwhcnthe fads Were related, as t stated, to one high in authority, he promised me 4batGixirgo Reynolds should bo pir tloned. There veto those, however, in this city who were deter mine! that he should not escape imprisonment,- and the prose cuting attorney wrote a lettir which -changed tbe mind of this high official, ai be afterward told ro", and be declined to carry out that which X had received as a pro mise. But even then there were circumstances connected with this decision -that made us reluctant to accept IL Since that time the history of proceedings Is before you and before tho world. We have felt at though this command of God -was of such Importance to us, Involving so many serious consequences, that we should 'do all In our power to have the world know tbe position that wc occupied. There may be meu among us who believed they would be damned If they did not obey this, accepting it as a direct command from God. Therefore, you can un derstand how tenaciously we have protested, and how vigorously we have endeavored, as far as we could, to make iMic our views upon this subject. I suppose tbera are two classes here today in this congregation one class who feel to sorrow t the bottom of their hearts because of the necessity of this action that we have now taken; another class who will say: "Did I not tell you so?" "Did I not tell you it would come to this?" "Did I not siy to you that you ought to take advantage of and comply w lth this y ears ago, Instead of enduring that -which you have suftercd slnco that time?" Thtrc I may bo men here today who pride themselves on their foresight, and who take eredlt to themselves bo cause they foresaw, as they allege. 1 that which wo havo dons today.and would leld others to belisro that If their counsct had been" adopted, If the views tliat they presented had been accepted by tho people. It m'ght have saved very serious con sequecccE to lis alt and left Us In a Uetler position than that which we occupy today. Bat I, for ourIIUer entirely with this view. I beilvo that It was necessary that we should wit new unto God, tlie Eternal Kather.untothe heavens and unto the earth, that this was really a principle dear ious dearcr.it ml ijbt be said, lit some fespects, than life Itself. We could not have dune tbs had we submitted V. the time that tlioso of whom I speak suggested submission. Wccould not have left our own nation without excuse. It might have said, "Had we known all that you tell tu now concerning this, wo should have had very dlf ferent views about this feature of your religion than wo dl I lave." But now, alter tbe occurrences of the past six years have !een wit nessed by this entire nation anl by the world, aud by God the Eternal .Father anl the heavenly hosts, no onocan plead as an exi-ue that they have ireen Ignorant f our be lief and the dearness of this prlu "Ij.lo to us. Upwards of thirteen hundred men havo been It.car cerateJ In prison, going there lur various terms from one or three months up to years. They have gjne there willingly, as martyrs ta this principle, making a proic-i uiat. the heavens and the earth should bear record of, that they were con cienliou In espousing this princi ple, and that it was not for sensual InJalgenco, because if sensual In dulgence bad been the olJn.t wj could have obtained it without such sacrifices as were involved In obe dience to this law wlthtv.il a -In; to prison, with Kit sustaining wives iud ciilldreil, without the oblo ipiy that his been heap-si ipon us because of this action of ojrs. If licentious motives had prompted us, w o could have secured the results in a cheaper way and In 1 way more In consonance with un. venal custom throughout oar own land and all Christendom But tho sacrifices that wo have made In this respect bear testimony to the heavens ind to the earth that we have been sincere au 1 conscientious In all that we have done, and that we have net becu prompted by a desire to usu women for lustful purposes, but to save them, to make them honorable, and to leave no niirgin of women In our society to become a prey t lust, so that ever woman In our land shoull have the opportunity of br coming a virtuous wife and a-i nonortd mother, lovcJnnd respected by her oflsprlng and by all her as sociate. If no other result his atteude I ivbat mar bu termed our obstinacy, these results are, at least, upon record, and they never cau bj blotted out. the imprisonment of the-e men. the sufferings the un told, unwritten, yea. the unmen tlottable. it may be said, sutlerings of wives and children, tbey are re corded In Ilea Veil and are ktio n to men upon tlie earth, and they form a chipter that will never be blotted out. Latter-day Saints, there has been nothing lost In tbe live yeara that bat e J ust passed. We have lost no credit. There has been no honor sic rifleed. We can look God In the face ibat-I,!fwewefe permitted toiloso. so far as this Is concerned, we can; we can look the holy angels in the face; we can look mankind In the face without a blush, or w Ithout feeling that wo have done an thing un worthy of our manhood orof our pro fessions and the faith that Gol has given unto us. This all of us cn do; and If no other result has followed what may be called our obstinacy, than these which I now describe, tliey arc gran I enough to pay us for all that wc have (tone through. Bdt Die time lias come when, in the provllence of GoJ, it seemed ue?rsnry thai som-thin; should be done to meet the requirements of the country, to meet the deininds that have been Wide upou U, and to save the people. President Woodrtlil and others of U have been appealed to IiUnlraJs ot tinir", I miaht ffy; I cuu say for myself, that I ha c been appealed to many scores of times to get out something and lo announce smi thing. Some of our lea ling brethren liavcsald: "Inimuchas vfehave ceased loira perntUVtdu for piural inanlages to be solemnli-sl, why cannot we luussthebenentof that? Why cannot Wo tell the worl I it, so as to have the benefit et it? Our .oncmt'aarealleglngtfonsUutlylliat J we still practise this In iccret, ami j thai wcaro dishonest and guilty of j evasion. . Now, If we have really j put a step to grrlllag permissions to clen to ttke more wives than one, why should not the world know It I aud wc have tbe advantage of It?" These remarks have been made to us repeatedly. But ot no time has the Spirit seemed lo indicate that I this should be done. We have wait ed fct the Jord it niovo In the I niattci ind on the 21'.h of Septum I ber, President Woodruff male up his mind that he woutd write somc- tiling, anl he "hvl the spirit ,f It. II ItsI jirajed rbaut ( It and bad besought God repeatedly I lo (how him what lo do. At that I lime the Spirit canto upon liiiil, and , the document that has been read In your hearing was the result. I know that it was right, much as it lias gone against the grain with me In many respects, because many of you know the content wa bare had upon this point. 1'ut whetl (Jod speaks, and wheuGodma'vsknow!t Ills mind aud will, I ho that I and all latter-day Saints will bow in submission to it. When that document as prepared It was au' mltlcil. Bu, ns is said in this motion ttist has l-ecn nude, President Woodruff Is tlie only man uron the earth who holds the keysnf the sealing power. TiniKjApo-tles-ill around me i'.v s)l thtftoille author ity thai he has Wc are all or dained with the same ordination. We all hare ha 1 the same keys and the some lowers bestowed bon us. But there Is an order in tho Church of Go-I.and that order Is Hut there is only one man at n time on tho earth who holds the kess; of sealing, and that man Is tlie President of tbe Church, now Wlllord Woodruff. Therefore, ho signed that docu ment himself. Moiiu have wondered and silJ, ' Why didn't his Coun selors slgu? Why didn't others sign?" Weill I give you the reason because he Is the only man on tho earth that has this right, and he exercised it, and ho did this Willi the approval of all of us to whom tho' muter was submitted, after he had made up hlsmlnd, and wc sustained It; for we had male It asuljrct of prayer also, Ibat God would direct us. There nevr was a time In this Church when I believe the lea ling meu of this Church have en detvored to live nearer to God. be cause they have seen the path In which we walked environed with difficulties, beret with all manner of snare", and wo have bal tbe rcspousiklllty resting upon us of of your sal vatlon, to a certain ex tent. Gxl has chosen us, not we ourselves, to be the shepherds of Ills flock. Wc have not sought this responsibility You know Wilford Woodruff too well to believe that be would seek such an office ss he now fills. I trust you know the rest of us sufllciently to believe the same concerning us. I have shrunk from the Apostlcshlp. I have shrunk from being a member cf the First Presidency I have felt that If I could get my salvation In any other way, I prayed G jd that He ould give It to me, after He reiealeil to me that I wouldbcanApostle,wben I was comparatively a child; and I have had that feeling ever since. These Apostles, all of them, feel the responsibility which rests upon them at leaders of the people, GoJ having nudo us, Iu His providence, your shepherds. Wc fee that the flock is In our charge, and If any harm befall this flock through us, we will have to answer for it In the day of tho Ixird Jesus; we shall bare to stand and renderan account I of that which has been enliusted t0 ' us and If We arc falthlessj and carc--, aed do hot Htb f a as to have the word of God coutluuatly with 1 us and know Ills mlqd and will, Ihed our condemnation will " stlfennd certain, and we cannot cscapo it. But you ara our witde-3t as to whether (Jod fa wlUi lis or not, as-well as the Holy Ghost-j You have received, and It Is, ou"r pflviWO W rs-elve, the tcstlniooy. of Jesus Christ as to whether Uiese men who stand at 1 your head are the servants of God, whom God has chose.i, and through whom Got gives Instructions to Hi people. You know It, because the testimony of tbe Spirit is with you, and tbeSnlrit of Gad burns in your bams when you hear tho w'ord of Gad declared by theae strvanLs, and there Is a testimony living In your hearts concerning It. Now, reallimi the full responsi bility of this, this action has been taken. Will It try pjauy of the SalnU? Perhaps It will and per haps it will try thoss who bare not obeyed this law as much as any others in the Church. But all that we can say to you Is that which we repeatedly say to you go unto God yourselves, If you aoi tried over this anl cannot sco Its purpose; go to your secret chambers an J oak God and plead with Him. In the nama of Jems, to give you a testimony as lt. hxs given it to us, and I promise you that you will not come away empty, nor dlXiUsfled; you will have a tc)linlny, and lliht will bo poured out upon you, and otl will see things that perhaps you cannot see an I understand at the present time. I pray God (o bless all of you, ray brethren an J sisters; to fill you with His Holy Spirit; to keep you in the pith of exaltation which He has marked out for us; to be with us on the right hand nud on tlie left Iu our future as He has been In the past. Before I sit down I wish to call attention to one lenlirkablc thing, audit may In atPcviJcncclo Jou that the devil Is not pleased with what we have done. It is seldom I havo seen so many lies, and such flagrant, outrageous lies tild about the latter-day Saints as I havo quite recently. I have not time to reaJ the paper", but I have hap pened to pick up two or three ttpcrs arid glance fit them, and tbe most infernal (pardon me for using that expression) lies ever framed are told. It srenu as though the Uevll Is mad every way. "Now," says he, they are going to tne adranUnc of this, and I am determined they shall have no benefit of It; I will till the earth with lies concerning them, , and neutrallzs this declaration of President WooJnitPe." And you will see in all the pipers everything that, can be said to neutralixe tlie t fleet of Mils. Tu me It Is pretty good evidence that tile devil Is not pleased with what we are dc!g. When we kept silence concerning this, then we were a very mean aud Lai people; and now that we have broken the silence an 1 made public our position, why, we are wicked In other direction", and no credence can be attached to anything that we say. You may kuuw by tills that bis satanlc majesty Is not .b-ased 1 with our action. I hope lie liever will be. I'nlilrnl rritronl YVoodruIT I want to say to oil Israel that the step which I have taken in issuing this manifesto has not been done without earnest prayer before the Lord. "I am about to go into tho spirit world, like other men of ray age. I expe-t to meet the face of my Heavenly Father the Father of my spirit; l expeet to meet tbe face ot Joseph Smith, of Brigbam Youug, of John Taylor, and of the Airittle, and for me t-i havo taken a stand In anything which is not pirn-lug In the sight of God, or be fore tbe heaveo. I wmild rather bate goue out and been shot. My Hie Is no bitter than other men's. I am not ignorant of tbe feelings j that have buen engendered through lliu course I have pursued. But I I have dotle nly ddt, ami tiic nation of whkb wcrbrm a put must l reonible for that which bin been I don- lit relation lo tilts principle. Hie Ijord has required at our I hanJs miny tlilnjs that weliave not j done, many thliigs that we were! prevented from doing. The lord 1 required u io iiulld a Temple in Jackson County. We wire pre- en ted by violence from doing It. Ho required us to build n Temple In Far Vtt, which wo iiaVe not been able to do. A great niauv things hav betn re , quired o( ti, .iud we bae not been able to do them, because of those j that surrounded us In the world. This people are In the hands of God. Tills work Is in the hands or God, and He will take tare of Jt. Brother Peorget Cannon MM Jts slont the lies thai arr abro-vi. It U A ilniC when tljere have been more lies told about Mormonlsm than almost any other suljcit ever presented to the human fsmllr. 1 often think of what lioreuso Paw said with re gard Ij the doctrine of election. Say lis "It Is like Ibis: Vou cam and you can'l; yod will, -ugiI , you won1!; you shall, and you -shan't; you'll be damned If you uo, and you'll bo.ditm.ied If oii iloiVi " That is about the couiitt.jii we as trtteriay Saints are In. If we we-f 10 itudrrta'.e lo please the world, an J that waSour obj-cL we nillit as well giro up the shlj;we nilgut Ilivo given It up in the beginning. But the Lord has called us to labor Iu the vineyard; and when our nation iasscs laws, as they h tw done, In regard to this principle which ?u have presented to the t 'onference, It is not wlsJom for us to make vrz upou sixty-five ra'.III j .r itMp'c. It bncl WisJom for us to go forth and carry out this ptitic'ple ag4lust the laws 0 tbe na tion aud receive the citisequence!'. That Is In the bauds Of GjJ, und He will govern and control IL Tho Church of Cbrt Is bete; the ZIon of Gsd Is here. In fulfilment of time leTcla'luni of God that are con tained In these holy records In which the whelo Christian world prof-s to beliare. Tne Bible co.iIJ never bate been fulfilled hvl It not been for the raising Up of a prophet In the list Uaj. The revel ulous of St. John could never havo beeu fulfilled If the angel of God had not flown through the midst or heaven, "liarlug the everlasting Gospel to preach to them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, aul kiudrJ, and tongue, aud people, saying with a loud voice. Fear G hI, and give glory to Him; for the hour ol ills judgment Lscome." Was that nugel going to visit New York, Phllajel phla, Boston, nnd tho world, and call the people together and preach totbem? Xotatall. But tlie Ird ralseil up a Prophet, Tbe atigel of God delivered that Gospel to that Prophet. That Prophet organized a Chutcb; and all that He bas prom lscd iu tills code of revelations t the , Bjok of Doctrine and Covenant) lias been fulfilled as fast as time would admit. That which Is not yet fulfilled will be. Brethren and slsters,ULs our duty to be true to God and to be faithful. 1 Make your prayers kMown unto the j Iiord. The Lord has told us whati He will do concerning many things, j He will fulfill Hb word. Let us be careful and wise, and let us besalli- fled with tbe dealing of God with us. If we do our duty to one an- ! other, to our country and to thai Church or Christ, we will be justl- lied when we go into the spirit ; world. It Is not the first time that tbe world bas sought to hinder the fulfillment of revelation and prophecy. The Jewish nation and other nations rose up and slew 1 tho Son of God and every Apostle' but one that bore the Priesthood in J tint day aud generation. They I could not establish tho kingdom;, the world was agai nst them. Wbeu tho Apost-s asked Jesus whether lit sou!d at that time re-tore again tb kingdom to Israel, He replied: "It is not for you to know the times 1 or the renom which tht; Father hath put In hb wn power." H did nil say It would be "tablUhcd then; but He taught them to t: "Oufyather which art in heaven. Hallowed be thy name. Tby king dom Cotce. Thr vrllt " earltn as It is in heaven." Itls toT time since that rn.mas olfefed. e'l it has "lJ" ulflTh unUl the present ee'rjff Lord Is preparing a people to rccu HISrlHgdo'nBnd His Cliutcb.anil tobulldupIIUwo.'t. TTiaf, bfelh reu and sisters, is our labor. I want the prayers of the Laer; Uay Saints. I thank God hl 1 liave socn with my eyes this day that Uilsiopte haVo been ready to Totntssu'talu rae Iu an action lust i iouw4 In ono sense, has pained their hearts. Brother Ororse Q Cannon has laid before you ou" position. Tlio Lord has givoU us commandments concerning many things, and we havo carried them out as far as we ccuIJ; but wheu wp cannot do It, we are Justified. The Lord does not require at our hands things that we cannot do. Tills Is all I want to say to the letter-Jay Balnts upon this subject. But go Iwfore the Ijnl aud ask Him for light and truth, aud to give us such blcsslBgsas we stand lu need of. Let your prayers ascend Into the earn of the God of Sahaoth, ami they will be beard and answered upon your heads aDl upon tlie heids of the world. Our nation l Iu tlie hands or God. He holds their destiny. He holds thedestl rJw of all mu. I will -ay to the latter-day Saints, as an Elder in Israel and si an Apostle of tbeI.onl Jesus Chtlt, we ore nppfoachlrg seme of the most tremendous judg ments God ever poured out upon tho-wjrld. You watch tho signs of the tlms the signs of the coming of the Sou of Man. They are Is? ginning to be maJe manifest both iu heaven and on earth. As has been told you by the Apostles, Christ will not come until these things come to (Oss. Jerusalem lias got to bortUiilu ThcTenipIeliasottobe built. J Uilah has jot to be gathered, and tho House of ferae!. Ami tho gentiles will go forth to battle against Judali and Jerusalem before the coming of tho Son of Man. These things bive been revealed by the prophets; they will have their fulfilment. Weareapproachlng these things. All that the Latter-day SAln' have to do is to be qulet.care ful and wife before Ums lord, watch the signs of tbe times, drfd bo true and faithful; and when jou get through you will undersUnu many 1 things that ycu do not today. This work baS been raised un by the , power of Almighty Uoti. These El dersof Israel were called from the various occujnlious of life to preach as tbey were moved upon by the Holy Ghost. They were not learned men; they were the weak things of this world, Whom God chow to con found the wise, "and thlniswbicli are not, U Ifrldg to nought things that are." We are hcf tte that principle. Others will be gathered ou that principle. Zfen will be redeemed, Zlin will arise, and the glory of God will rest upon ber, and all that Isaiah and the other prophets have spoken con cernlng her will comu to pass. Wo art: In the but dispensation and fulness of time. It li it grratclar, and the eyes of all the heavens ate over us, and tho eyes of God Him self anil all tbe patriarchs and pro phets. Theyarewatchingoverjsm with feelings of deep Interest, for your welfare; and our prophets who were slain and scaled their testimony .rrith their bkxxl, are mingling with the Go-J,p!ead!ngfor thelrbrrtbten. Therefore, let us bo faithful, ind leave events In the hanJof God, and He will take cire of us If w c do our duly. I pray God that He w lil bleM these Apostles, Prophets and Patriarchs, these Seventies, High Priest and Elders of Israel, nnd there Latter day Saints, who hare entered Into covenant with cur God. Vou have a great futun Ufore you. You have teptthuron'mandniifiiis of CI I, so far as you have had the opportunity; aud by receiving the UopeI of Christ and being futhful your reward Is before you. Your history Is written nnd Is be fore you. I will say thatthls nation, nnd all nations, together with presi dents, kings, emperors, ju iges, an-1 all men, righteous and wicked, have trot to go into the -pirlt world and nnd SlaUd tcforc the bar of God. They havo got to give an account of tbedeedsdoncin the body. There tore, we are safe as loug as ate do our duty. Xo matter wliat trials or tribulations wc ntiy be called to pa- tllroIi, the hand of God will be with us and will rttitalu i. I !ask my Heavenly Father to pour out His Spirit upon me, as His servant, that In my advanced age, anil during the few days I have to spend ben: in tbe flesh, I may lie led by tho Inspiration of the AI mlchty. I say to Israel, the Lord will ne'er penult me nor any tther man who siauds as !e President of this Church, to lead you astray. It Is not In the programTc It l not In the mind of God. If I were I to attempt that, the Iord would 1 remove mc out of ray place, and so I He will any other man who at 1 1-nij.ls to leal the children of men .astray ffoni flic caclea cf God and from their duty. God lijcgj Jou J Amen. ! siaitb'rs ,iMisit'U j slit toax STOCKS 1 ? Tr. ft. il. n'Km. I Bvfslrtr UfiCiMa. . ), ' Moacj -S Mruatwa ....... 4 I 1 caaroB-...... s rrmueoDUcr&i 33 1 t'aeoupoas ( .facta Msd.M. as?, eiCo ...... 13 'Roct t.l:d..... 76 "i Oestnl liaaj. a'. 5LU.uU.tS id Ir. x: anrlinnoa...... tlKiSut'sul aemnn. T.'i S20 unuiiie... 1;" rexAS racier. . is XorlMra rattle HS UBloalaetSe. . IJ'. rrelerrej TtTrarzoKxyress . Ss .Voruwesterc - I inestcraUoxia sii Slnels close, Ulrlr acute, tm; to wrmk. cuicaoo Haass? Cuecco. Oct. II. t.u p. n. lThet-Swa-ty.eai!i.st.le. MIS. Mr. IBS'.. Com stexdv; cash. IS',, Nov. ?., Uxj. il'.MM. il sladr, eaah. 39S:lcc. 19: Mar. C1PC. Ilirt'T-tljUt. ' Hat rata tuj; cash, Xtl', , Jaa. ii.ts. itir.iia. lud-Luy, cash. C.i; Jin f.U; May, C.sa. A CONTRADICTION. Inasmuch as the, statement has been made by a certain ceml-weekly newspaper pulllsbeJ in this city that Its clrculatijD, which for one particular week Is quoted at 10,7o2 coi Its (wbleh woutd be 637G copies ier Issue,) Is greater than that of any other paper In tbe West, If be tonus tbe duly of tlie iirvvs to say that THE STATEMENT IS FALSE The News is not in the habit of Loasllng of lis merits as a uews patter or advertising medium, preferrlug to allow Its c&scx. to judge for themselves; and under uo circuinstancrs has It ever resorted to tbe despicable prac tice Indulged in by some of Us eaim petitorsof seeking to build itself up by testing others down. It bas no disposition to e!o so now, but by way of correcting the false impression sought to be made by the statement referred to. It may be said truttifxliy (and affidavits substantiating It can bo furnished If necessary) that DURINC EVERY WEEK FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS THE CIRCULATION OF THE DESERET SEMI -WEEKLY NEWS HAS BEEN FAR LARGER THAN THAT QUOTED BY ITS BOAST FUL COTEMPORARY. Dr. J. Thomas, Dontlst. Herald Block, corner wnt and 1st South st, S. L. City. Vitalized ail (dmlnls'ered. tl TODAY'S TELESUAMS. Jnstfe3H'r-.ConUlll.o. any raoment. Train rtolxerr- j FoBTSonr, K-ii-Oct "r? ifleht tho Missouri, Is-cta? A. Texas patscngKtraln HJ "SVrilf Jlt. llafeV-Tberobbers &'-g; tno'inlneywrrWuihS rSnfThey took hU woM for II and allow eel the train to proceed. lWrv"tl f-nllntte.1. TirWEsKY.Oct. lL-Tlie Crown decldeil this morning to continue. Uie prosecution against the remain ing Irish leaders, Kotwlthstandln,, the flight of Dillon and O'Brien. The I're-fMfisl. ST. LOCI-. Oct. H.-V'" Harrison arrived thU morning. Xlif trip Irom Kansas t'lly was unevent ful. On arrival tbcftwUrat was taCenlnebarie by Geo. i'n Mayor Cooaan, of the ,rU' committee-, and given niilitar t cort to the Southern Hotel, while a military salute was (Ire. ami the multitude cheered .tho President. . He reviewed tlie procet-Iou from Uie balcony of the hotel. .. , After lunch, the President was taken to Uie MralianU' Exchange, where be was formally welcomed bj the Governoranil .Mayor.rcsiwiidliig briefly. The party then visltcel the lair grounds. To r.intl lle II"S. JtHiyoiLADi:, Oct. 1 1. The Govern ment has decided to ssk the Skupls chlna to pass a WII expelling ex -King Milan from Seivia. OlsK i:nIrl. LiaiioN,Oct-lI. The ministerial crisis is ended. Sen. Leuisi- Prin.e Mtnlstrr. STAKK CO.NTKKEXCES. ,V'l"0lnlnircls Kor Iburlcrly Confer cncfi Ciitll April 1 :'l. Juab Stake Saturday aud Sul efcty, .:bber ISth and llb, 1S9U; and Saturday rod Sunday, January ITth and ISth, 1S9I. Weter and Casla StakesSun day and Monday, Octobrr ISth and SOth, 1S90; and Sunday ana Jlon- day, January lUt. nud ltb, 1S81. Box EJJef, Tooele and Oneida Stakes Sunday and JioHny, Octo ber 2uth and 27tb, 1SW; and tVitf day and Monday, Jauuary SStli and 26tli, ls91. Wasatch Slake. Saturday and 3und?y, 0"vembe-r 1st and 2nd, ISIH; and Saturday and Sunday Jauuary 31st and I-ebruary 1st, 1691. Cache Stake. Sunday and Mon day, November 2ud nnd 3rd, ISM and SJnday and Monday, February IstnndSnd, 1SI. Summit ftake. Sxiturtlay ami Sunday, Xovenibef 8tb and Btb, Is); and Saturday and SunJar. February 7th nnd St.'i, lbSl. Besr Lake, I'meri aud Uintah Stake. Sunday and Monday, No vember 9th aud 10th, 1SU; ami Sun day anil Monday, February S'Ji aud 9th, 1S01. SiCp"te Stake. Satunlay and Sunday, Novemter 13tb awl Ibtb, IsSO; and Saturday and Sun lay, February Htn aud 13th. lSfil. Sau Luis, Morgau and Bannock Sales Sunday and Monday, .No vember loth aud 17th, ISW; and Sunday and Slouday, February 15th and 16th, 1591. an Jtiau Make Saturday aiwl Sunday, November 2Swl ami 23rU, lSeU; awl Sttunlay rod Sunday, February 2lst and 22ud, ls9I. Millard aud Sevier Stakes Sun liar and Monday, November 23rd and 21tb, 1550; ami Sunday and Monday, February 22ml and SSrd, 1501. Utah, Panguitcli and Suowllale Stakes Sunday and Monday, No vember Will and Decemberl't,lS9J, and Sunday and Monday, March 1st I aud fud, !S. n)avis Slakss Suttlniay and Sun day, December bth nnd "tli, "- nud Saturday ami Sunday, Mart li 7UiandSth,IMI. , Kauab and St. John Slake Sun day and Monday, December 7th and bib, lSJ; nnd Sunday nn-l Monday, March 2th nud tb, ls9l. St. Goorgi', Malad and rjt. Joejdi Stakes S j nday nnd Monday, UfC emlrl4th and nth, ISO); aud Sun day and Monday, March loth and ieth, 15PI. I 'uron 2 n. 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Koom H.iseott-ADrrtucli Block, Salt LUe A V00" JCI' "Jl1 eTETESAI. V HooKSrork. Applr at U ThllU ls.l Slrecl. bctivten l.rtihim and ririt sonlhfftretu. ,11 C'SpeEU-. JXt TUACK MEV ON tho Utah Cutnl fcaUsrar. G004 races pM. Appljat th Depot or at Office A nor to anicr tiil. evening - hl- App'TtoTnos.. IIioium, atLws Office. ait Merchants' Collection Company, Incorporated.) A TAKES A BPTCIAlVtr Or COLLS CT a)-- lar Btlt. Notts, Aeronnu r loor tlindiDictlse brrruoeat d.blor. or thnsi la atf3lnlDe State. 5"!, mK'rat-by per reatsjs on aetnal colttctioa A AROS S. POST. !!; r. Koow a,T asairb Biuiin-. V. n. fw- 07 FUR -;- DEFT, li SPECIAL NOTICE! I j Shoulder Capes .' I Aslracliau, lustot, Alaska Sable, fMlnk, Alaska Seal, Nutria, j; Beaver, - Opossum, I , Cape Seal, Pulled Coney, Coney, Persian, ' i Krinimer, Raccoon, Lynx, ' - Thibet, j; Monkey, Wool Seal. Hulls, Boas, and Children's Sets. X1 . O- "Vv7" EBBER, Wupt. ibUHi-I Ln otdillCLianUbL! TILE SALT FAKE IttVMC JJILM-KKS -J. re I0 r in jl 1- ' 'l-'lne ' - Largest Stock of Huslcal Goods 1 l nil: KttDRVCIM. rue rl3It, WpIip v IW m WtjUijl llS ENGLAND Pianos. HBb5 pianos. K-roramenccdtT BffTSJT , ,;,,, MNsonKrllo?? af5Jg -nla-s! Aaa Hl.rcat S- ' ' .m e.i-i.rtt. lVi-tTrnx at.rvrs 1111: Till ESTEY ORGANS - 235,000 in use ' VTe have the Best and Largest Assortment rf MSICAL GOODS 'within 700 Miles of Salt Lake City. .Coalter "& Snelgrove. T-i 1MLUS.X7ST STREET. Hannfactnrers, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia 8POHTTNG GOODS. BROWNING BROS. 155 S. Main St., Salt Lalcc City, Utah. If yon want Cans, Rifles, Ammanlttoi, Fisbisg Taci!" & Bal! Snpphes, Bicycles or anything in th? Sp3rti"g Goods I ne, come and see ns, e are your friends, and can sa?e yon son money W bny larger ani sell mora go;ds than any other house in the vOWirr, because se fcny and sell closer. We caution vou against doa'ors who advertise to se'l Guns at cos. and Invito you to Examine Our Stock. Cr pare Our Prices, and satisfy yourself that WE are eh'", Guns, btc, Lowor than what thesa parties call, their co- We sell tin Highest Grada Bicycles for S125.O0,and a Good Wael with Ball Bearings all round for SS0 00 PJKOl IX AND GET A CATALOOlj SPfieTIl.lEi, rnirnoi! jagBpsBaaaiiKSEasw Warwick High Crado-Saroty Bicycle, SI35.00. Safoty Bicycles, S135.00, S115.00. S75.CO, S6O.00, 5.4O.0O. S35.0O. S25 OO. icarclaa nncs Velocipedes. PCds' Guns and Ammunition. Pocket Cutlery. Razors. Strops, Butcher Knh'os. no..Ho!a and Toilet Clippers. AKent8fTaCkia-,,Tents. Base Tall Goods. Rihh "sraPh Writing Machine, Catboni, Ribbons and Paper Dcs Collars. Playinff ca Pokor Cnocks, Etc SHOT GUNS AT COST. M. R. EVASTS - U . Snd South g npnc 1 "l SALT LAKE CITY, WAE DEiLEBS. C0H5DLT IOUS MEREST BI GETTING HI FRICkl