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THE WHOLE ART OF GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN THE ART OF BEING HONEST. JEFFERSON.
STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S53.
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Published by Theodore Sclioch.
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AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Jcffersoniaii Republican. .
There's Room Enough for AIL
What need of this fuss and strife,
Each warring with his brother ?
Why should we in the crowd of life,
Keep trampling down each other ?
Is therp no goal that can be won, 1
Without a fight to gain it ?
7so other way of getting on, '
But grabbling to obtain it;
Oh ! fellow men, hear wisdom then,
In friendly warning call
"Your clans divide, the world is wide
There's room enough for all."
What if the swarthy peasant find,
Xo field for honest labor !
He need not idly step behind,
To thrust aside nis neighbor,
There is a land of sunny skies,
Where gold for toil is given,
Where every brawny arm that tries
Its strength can grasp a living,
Oh ? fellow men, remember then,
Whatsoever chance befall,
The worldis wide, whsre these abide, ,
There's room enough for ail.
From poisoned air ye breathe in courts,
And typhus tainted alleys,
Go forth and dwell where health resorts,
In fertile hills and valleys,
Where every arm that clears a bough,
Finds plenty in attendance. . '
And every furrow of the plough
A step to independence.
Oh ! hasten then, from fevered den,
And lodging3 cramped and small,
The world is wido in land, beside
There's room enough for all.
In this fair region far away,
Will labor find employment ;
A fair day's work, a fair day's pay,
And toil will earn enjoyment.
What need they of this daily strife,
"vVhere each wars with his brother?
Why need we through the crowd of life,
Keep trampling down each other ?
From rags and crime, thatdistantclime
Will free the paupers thrall ;
Take fortune's tide, the world so wide
Has room enough for all.
There is not room if one may own,
The land that others toil on :
If gold be dug, or grain be sown
For drones to gorge or spoil on ?
But if to each the equal chance,
To plough and dig be guarded,
To competence may all advance
Through honest toil rewarded.
There'3 room and more than room
we know, j
And gold beyond the mountains,
Then let the land, and chance for gold '
Be free as natures fountains.
flow Tom Lost his Vote. !
A Louisville correspondent of the N. Y. j
Spirit of the Times tells the following a-'
musing anecdote : j
In a county election, which came off
all around here last spig, Dr.
was an ardent opponent of J , one of
the candidates. The two nags were about
an even match, and every vote, it was sup
posed, would be as available as a second
in a milo heat, where both horses could
spin around inside of 2:40. The election .
was to come off on a particular Monday,
and on Sunday evening just before, a cer
tain well-know J voter, came to Doc's
house suffering under the pangs of a dis
eased molar. He had been trying two or
thee spiritual remedies, and being rather
brickish about the hat, the Doctor told
him to go up-stairs and lay down for an
hour or so, until he returned, when the
operation should come off. When he did
return, he found him sound asleep, and
then a luminous idea crossed his brain,
which he determined to carry out. Se
curely tying up a blanket before the win
dow, bo aa totally to exclude anything
like daylight, and getting a well-filled bot
tle of old rye, it, with a tumbler and sup
ply of fresh water were placed near the
bed, and the Doctor retired to his virtu
ous couch. Upon waking in the morning,
his first visit was to his patient up-stairs,
whom he found comfortably snoozing,
while the liquid in the bottlo had, in some
mysterious manner, nearly all evapora
ted. " Well, old fellow, how do you feel
now ?" said the Doctor rousing him up.
"Pretty considerable d d bad, was , extravagant as it is, suggests some reflec-
the reply. j tions, the result 'of which I send you :"
" Well, you'd better lie down again j The whole amount of anthracite coal
and go to sleep, if you can; and I'll pull j mined and taken to market in 1840, was
out that tooth in the mondngt and then j 897,000 tons. In 1852 the product will
we'll go down and vote together. ; reach near five millions of tons, being an
" All right was the reply. j increase in twelve years of six hundred
The bottle was re-filled, fresh water per cent. This rate of augmentation up
brought, the Doctor went to the polls, to 1870, would give the startling produc
worked all day, brought out his man just tion of over forty-five millions of tons, and
by a neck, and, covered with glory, re- j yielding at the present Philadelphia pri
turned home, just at dark, to find his pa-1 ceSj the sum of one hundred and eighty
tient still snoring, and the bottle empty. ; millions of dollars, being more than tre-
On the next morning (Tuesday) the ble the present revenues of the whole U
first man up and down stairs was the pa-, nited States !"
" Well, Tom," was the Doctor's morn-
ing salutation, "sit down, and let's have
the job over.' ;
Down sat Tom, out came the tooth, and
at the same time in came one of Tom's
"How are you, Bill," says Tom. "I've
got this cusged tooth out at last let's go
down to the poll's."
"Go to thunder!" replied Bill, "what'llmav be safely set down to domestic use
you go to the polls for ?"
''Why, to vote for J
indignant answer ; "what else do
think I'd go there for 7" I demand of this great staple of Pennsylva-! at the same time to tel1 me the obJect of into a hall, I was addressed by a voice
"Why, you cussed fool, the election nja At this time, the Allegheny moun-, her visifc' Her first accenfc revealed in little more than an audible whisper,
was over yesterday, and J is beat to 1 tams divide our population; so that about ' sliSht1 an Irish descent, as she which I at once recognised, saying, 'This
h 11 and back. You've been drunk, 12,000,000 of people live upon its eastern timidlv vefc deliberately, told me that she is the place, doctor come quickly, for I
haven't you ? , slopej and 0f this number about 3,400,000 had come to Bee if 1 would g wifch her ! ' afraid my poor mother is dying.'
"Xo," replied Tom, slowly, as the 'sue- are now tbe consumers of our anthracite. J to Prescribe for her mother' who was I followed my guide as closely as pos
kumstanccs' of the case began gradually rpne remajuin(T g 000 000 still use wood ' very bad wtb tbe droPsy and tnere was , siblc, for it was impenetrably dark; and
to come over him. "No, I hain't been. or bituminouscoal. If our country re-danr tbat sbe 770111(1 n0 fc live tarougn ' having ascended two pair of ricket stairs,
drunk ; But I say, Doctor, haven't I been mains prospcrouS) we may safeiy estimate , tIls uhL ' sbe Pu3hcd Pen a door that stood lean'
ahnighty sick, eh ? our popuiation, east of the Alleghenies, in 1 . 1 in(luired wb7 sbo bad not callcd ear' ; ing so as to fall to by its own gravity,
Doc. admitted that he had been sick, jgyo at 18 000 000 and of this number 1er' ber motber was 50 dangerously and I entered a small attic room in the
very sick, but he never till this day sent 12,000,000 to be warmed'by the consump-' UP0U wbcb sbe told me tbafc sbe bad rear part of the building; and there upon
in a bill for medical services rendered as ti0n of coal. By this time it will be the been to see tbe doctor wbo bad attended a bed, bolstered up with the utmost care,
I have heard. ; fu(jl ed tQ flny estent n her mother for some time; and as he lived s0 as to favor the feeble powers of respi-
I ies and towns upon the seaboard, and it ' some wa?3 UP town' ifc bad taken a11 ber , ration lay tbe mofcber calmly and uncon"
Female PhysiciaUS. ! wiU find its way back into the interior. time after work' wifcboufc waitinS even to sciously breathing out the last short
The Boston Journal strongly advocates
e 1. , c . xr -j
oi the medical proiession. wo consider
the needle a much more appropriate ,
mM, mn onr,rMir;nt0
weapon m the hand3 ot women than the
.. . . - .. ..
scalpel or bistoury
Do you? Just suppose yourself a for-
lorn sick nachelor. in the mnfir Rtorv oi
-rr -j --
nnCc-T vo,k i. l. nn,.n
auuic uuinj uuaiuiuuuu3Cj wuusc luuiaivs o
don't care a pinch of snuff whether you ! During the last eighteen years, the in
conclude to die, or get well. Suppose ' crease has exceeded fifteen per cent, per
youv'e watched that spider in the corner . annunK Bu. ten cenfc s a safer esti.
weave his web, till you are quite quali- timate for the ei teen to come and we
fied to make one yourself; suppose you -n ,i-f ;f .
have counted, for the thousandth time, '
ii c-j.-r. jc ia a r.
aud crooked trees, on the papered wall
of your room; gnawed your finger nails
to the very quick, and twitched your.
mustache till every hair stands up on its
own individual responsibility. Then
suppose just as you are at the last grasp, !
the door opens, gently, and admits (not
a great creaking pair of boots containing
an oracular, solemn M. D., grim enough
to frighten you into the churchyard) but
a smiling, rosy cheeked, bright eyed, nice
little live xcoman doctreas, yet? 1
Well, she pushes back her curls, throws
off her shawl (Venus! what a figure!)
pulls off her glove, and takes your hand
in those little fingers. Holy mother! .
IIoio your jndsc races! She looks at you
so compassionately from those soft blue
eyes; lays her hand on your forehead,
and then questions you demurely about
ms you aemureiy auouc
,' (a few of which she
y of your help!) Then .
cription with those dainty
sees without any
sue writes i pxebcnpuon witu tnose aainty
little fingers and tells you to keep very (
composed and quiet, (just as if you could)
smooths the tumbled quiet-arranges your
the door; and then you crawl out of the
bed the best way you can clutch a look- (
ing glass to see what the probabilities are !
that you have made a favorable impres-
i ji i . , l, i
sion! inwardly resolving (as you replace,
v,m u fA
yuuizvy. vetnecu luc uxa.mcts, uuo
cret auite well as Ions as she will come to
see you. Well, the upshot of it is, you
have a delightful lingering attack of lwart
complaint! .... '
1 or myself, I prefer prescriptions in,
a masculine hand! shan't submit my
se to anytiiins tluat wears a bonnet!
i mi a w r. un nr. iu , i r i : i.x x" i i i n, i i f i t i 11 tun in tti t Tnnn nnii mi
I jjiiivu ouuuv-o vuu gianug OUUllgUb IL Ulll Ulill ailalLS 111 LUU Uclltlc Ui UaaillO W tuu AWiiv j ----- mm sjr cuiu iu mil iccill bUl' UnitCU StUtG3
1 ' i i . .on -r 1 r .i -i- ' " . ..... u.,l :i : a. umsuu wiuus
k i iu hi irn cii 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiwTiniron Tcrnnrc imm i ma nnn i tiA mo i nnvif at onrnrniirn r r i i : i trfifiii iir:i ii i v iiiiii 1 1 1 vh iui s iritnti rn uro-
- j ""r"1" "uuwi j .jai ucjuo. ivijr auio ui uuiv.i,u Qan pay yQU jor your services, uuu x win b " j . fc,-- jjV0 years, j
ay wuucuu.wee.eso sm ieintne world coal land will De occupied and most or it as much more a3 you will charge, as irom iuu ng out, oy appiy, conduCtpr
that shell 'call again in the mornmgj'and , worked out above the water level. Ma- J ' mg it with a sponge before going to bed, pIfv npr
rifi i.iii Juki ui i Hr iirPK.s iiiir.r.frH
r-i.i r t j u..ix
From the Miners' Journal.
Anthracite Coal FieldsThe Pros
We find the following in the Philadel
phia Ledger. It is evidently from the pen
of Henry K. Strong, Esq., a member of
the Legislature, and gives some statis
tics connected with the trade that are im
portant to the public and'the different in
terests depending on it :
"The following extract from the late
Message of the Governor of Pennsylvania,
It will be -found that anv commnnitv
consuming anthracite coal exclusively, 1
Wni annually require one ton for each ,
member, small and great that is, the do
mCstic consumption will equal the num-
ber of the population. To this may be thin ' Pale-faced Sirl aboufc sixteen years;
added the amount used in the propulsion old wearinS a st- a th
0f machinery, the reduction of ores, and,noothor outer garmenfc than a common
the workin" of metals. Of the 5,000,000 blankefc shawl drawn close about her
of tons sent to market 'in 1852, two-thirds ! Bnulders- She was dripping wet, not-
Having, therefore, settled the principles
upon which consumption depends, we can
make approximate estimates of the future
the thousands of miles of railroad
that will long before that time reach eve-1
rJ cer OI out iana. xtvave miuwns
ry corner of our land. Uvclve miliums
. ..... . m ..ii
f i !! it U J. - J J i
or tons win men ue wameu ior aomesnc
consumption, and the amount required
fnr ihp rPdc,f,?nn of . th wnrbin, of
, . r, , . . ' f
suTfit can estimate.
Z.U I l)nn
But should other avenues
uut snouiu other avenues De construe-
ted, is believed that our anthracite coal
fields cannot be made to yield so large
an amount in so short a time. Fourteen
an amount in so snort a time, rourieen
millions of tons is a vast amount. Before
it can be produced millions of dollars must
be expended, in sinking great perpendic-
Al,;nAvn M f n rntnr n.tnnf tnt-otli-
"'"ijr ") w
place of hand labor before such an enor-
mous amount can bo raised in our rich, '
almost inexhaustibie, but still in extent, '
limited, anthracite coal fields. This will
i ..' , ..i ,i . . 1 1 .
take time and capital, so that it is highly1
n -i j'l. i
pruuauie mac me uemanu win uiwayo,
hereafter, be preater than tho sunnlv.
f I - O L L
Nature, which always does things in
its own way and at the proper time is al-
0Pfning the way to suply with fu-
el the millions that cannot obtain authra -
cite. The vast bituminous deposits that
j lies beyond the AlWhonies will be used
when anthracite connot be obtained.
In conclusion, let me add, that if the way, upon whice she got up to leave, evi
fullest extent of the anticipations of the dently with a much lighter heartthan when
Governor of Pennsylvania are not expec- sbe entered tJ)o ride?, j agke(L N
ted to be realized, yet the future great- . T , , .... ... .. . '
ness and glory of this great Common- sir 1 alwa?3 lk- Thinking it might
wealth is sure. Her destiny is bright and ( he to save expense, I offered her a six
onward, and her elements of prosperity pence, which she was about to decline
are unrivaled ; yet to what extent she taking, when I told her I wished her to
will advance during the next quarter of . . ,i .
. f " ; , , 1 . ' . get to mother as soon as possible, so that
a century, cannot be foretold. The fu- fa, ... , , . ,
ture, the uncertain, the bright, the glorious she raiSht be PrePared y arl,
future, is beyond human vision. , and therefore she would oblige me by re-
Schuylkill. ( ceiving it, and get into the stage. This
" ; seemed to saiisfy her, and she took it
A ilty Sketch i without a word of comment, and passed
The fifth acts of a hundred tragedies out
close daily in our midst every one of j Putting into my pocket, from a medi
them deeply affecting to some of the spec- j c;ne cuest) sucn remedies as I thought
tators. The following sketch is from the : mosfc likeiy to be required, I put on my
Fsculajrian, a new monthly magazine ( neavy coa and India-rubbers, and with
published in New York. It is entitled an umbrella in my hand, started out. It
" Sketch from the Every-Day Experi-
ence of a Young Doctor":
I had just finished tea, and was quietly
seated in my office before a greateful fire( jng) which, with the half melted snow,
that glowed as if to promise me an even- rendered the streets as uncomfortable for
ing of uninterrupted comfor?, when the pedestrains as could possibly be imagin
bell rang with a peculiar jerk which ed. Hailing an omnibus, I soon found
seems to belong in a special degree to myself the twelfth inside, closely shut up
doctors' bells, and send a thrill through without a breath of air but what had
my frameas though ifcere the summons
"to some dread abode of misery, as had
boen -so irequently the case ot late.
The door was opened, and in stepped a
! tbstading protection ot an old
1 II. 1 .1 .1 . I . 1 1 1 1
, umDreu.a wmcu sne nem m ner nana Ior'
it was raining most piteously.
! " "C1 kU wuxv tuc
eat ber suPPer-
"xui wny aoes not your aiusuuiug
vsician fro to see vour mother to nicrht?'
,U( u "jJ
jimvKU . ill. Li : 1 1 n i 1 1 . liiuu 11 rj uij
' ber no more Sood' witbout an Peration
tor wUlcl1 ne stl0Uld chtir ten aollaTS
, and this is more money than I have been
a m .;.n
ttUlu w UUUJ '"""'"g3-
'How long has be attended your moth
er?' 'About six weeks!' 'Do you owe
him anything for services now?
iW?' 'No, sir;
he has been paid a dollar at each visit.' ; lowing directions for making a beautiful
;How often has he called?' 'Twice a,.,.. up f
" kair . wbicb may be of use to some of
Trnnl ' H otto iriii nn mpnnq hnf. what;
week.' 'Have you no means but what
earn?' 'No, sir, my father has been long
dead and since mother's sickness I have
had to support the family.'
jjow manv are there of you?' 'Four,
sir5 mJ motber tbafc ls sick) a youg si3-
(or nnrl o Htflf hrnMlPTV
'What do you do to support so many! '
muuuujuu ii j
'I bind hats, sir at
street.' 'How much can
i nlacp in Pearl
a place m
you earn a week?'
defr"r r"' "rr"?"
,nS lue ao0H,rI "J piucu.ua . u..u, u
we have Dut one room, ior wmcu we pay
J .11 a n I A Kill VffA TTTt f '
dollars to buy food with
I had made the above inquiries rapid-
ly, and they were answered without hesi-
fnf:nn nvinW.lv with a sense of oblisra-
-:. viHnntlv w th a sense of oblicra-
. ft j . hfc knQW the trutL Whon
t interrogate her, she
.fad ceased to interro0ate ner sne
iaSt aS ICanearU It, UVUU Will gULU-
. , , , , , , e
night and do what you can tor my poor
mother; for I am afraid if she is not help-
ed she may die before morning.'
mn , , v,nv t; ua v
Where do you lives l innuued. 'At
J . 1
No. Stone street, in an old buildin?.
; near the middle
of the block out ofs
think you can find tho place? It is very
. , ., i f
dark to-night, and the street not l.ght-
'I assured her that I could find my
i 971 fi 'When I can work all the time, 1 can tree irom oaor. it can oe colored red-.. without their consent for such a
' fl '040 earn four dollars and a half.' . i with garanoin, (a preparation of madder) th js Bot allowcd ;n the whole Territo.
1 557 429 ' 'Can you make two dollars and a half b"fc bair ,01!3 8 "evor bcf colored ry. Such a state of things actually ex-
i.ooi.'ij, j"" """ "w All the hair oils of the nerfumers are of it 1 . 1
1 17Q91R . " . . - :,..' i wt. V i i -i !
had been snowing through the day, but
at sun-down the wind shifted southerly,
and growing milder rain commenced fall-
probably been inhaled a half a dozen of
time3j aud very strongly flavored with
the fumes of wet garments, rum and to-
Whoever has business in Stone street
will, no doubt, recollect an old brick
building, tottering upon its foundation,
between lofty stores, and readily recog-
nised as the abode of numerous poor
Irish families. By a faint light of a dis
I concluded this must be the
place of my destination.
. ior tne numDer over an open aoor leaning
breath of life; and there, leaning upon
that bed, were tne two younger cnnaren,
: TOoonJnrr rnncf. nifprnKslv t.Vio liitior tp.ars
V ,r , . .1..J.
ttt ninn nind niir rnr. nrn 1 1 I i ! -t 1 1 . vh i s ii i'i i :
, and there, standing calm and statue-like,
was the faithful daughter, with her eyes
' flxed upon the mother who would never
i- . . i ..
i spcaK to ner again
Roantifviiitr nnd PrfiSftvvinor Hair
; m, Seient:fio American rrivea the fol-
la onS int f Jir01!' andbnnS 1C
up to 200 degrees of heat in a clean pan,
(not iron) and add half an ounce of pear -
lash and stir it well for ten minutes.
j Take lt off and set ifc t0 co1 wbcn cold a '
: sediment will be found at tho bottom. ;
Ponr off the clear throurrh a cotton cloth
, ... . , ,,P f ' are not leanui oi mcir cuuaren Demg
' and put it up in a bottle for use. The',! j ,i i j.
i i i- -n i T
, pearksh combines with the inargerin acid
j m the oil, leaving it clean; and it will be
a, oujcr, w..q man uu auuucrareo
r A.niiMAl-tAlA limn ntlfl Ka1J
ouyvuvi. uitiun;. u.m una
be clear and nearly colorless. By
posing the olive oil.it will soo
A . J - . . '
eoionesa, mnpiu as water, anu exceeuing-
y beautiful. Any person can thus pre-
pare his own hair oil.
An article in tho 'Philosophical Trans-
I! 1 a- 1-
-an aniuie m mo -irniiosopnicai xrans-
actions,' says that if the ashes of vine
ar.e,boile.d. l.n "d Wlne a"d
hiS (the liquid) applied mi kwarm to the
oIlf hrimll nT thn hft.lfl Wfill. Th l.nnrl
. o : : : , " , , .
raUst be well brushed when these lotions
are applied. By washing the head with
a solution of borax, say twice per week,
tn03e predisposed to dandruff, will find
r r i.
a perfect cure for it.
m, , 4 , 7Z . .
The latest application of India Jlubber,
' is for horse-shoe... It is stated that ex-
cold weather, indicate that they .will!
' n , i u
prove fully as durable as iron, having all ,
its toughness, without its brittlenosj or
The Seer continues its exposition of Ce
lestial Marriage, as it calls the marriage
institution of the Mormon Church. We
make the following extracts :
When a man who has a wife teaches
her the law of God, as revealed to tho
ancient patriarchs, and as manifested by
new revelation, and sbe refuses to give
her consent for him to marry another, ac
cording to that law, then it becomes ne
cessary for her to state before the Presi
dent the reasons why she withholds her
consent. If her reasons are sufficient and
justifiable, and the husband is found in
the fault, or m transgression, then he is
not permitted to take any Btep in regard
to obtaining another. But if the wife can
show no good reason why she refuses to
comply with the law which was given unto
Sarah of old, then it is lawful tor her hus
band, if permitted by revelation through
the prophet, to be married to others with
out her consent, and he will be justified ,
and she will be condemned, because sbe
did not give them unto him, as Sarah
gave Hagar to Abraham, and as Bachael
and Leah gave Bilhah and Ziilpah to their
It is the duty of a man who takes an
other wife to look after her welfare and
happiness, and to provide for her the com
forts of life the same as for the first ; for
the Scripture, in speaking of such a man,
says : "If he take him another wife, her
food, her raimant, and her duty of mar
riage, shall he not diminish." (Exodus
There is no particular rulo as regards
the residence of the different branches of
a family. It is very frequently the case
that they all reside in the same dwelling,
and take hold unitedly, and with the great
est cheerfulness, of the different branch
es of household or domestic business, eat
ing at the same table, and kindly looking
after each others welfare, while the great
est peace and harmony prevail year after
year. Their children play and associate
together, with the greatest affection, as
brothers and sisters; while each mother ap
parently manifests as much kindness and
tender regard for the children of the oth
ers as for her own. And, morning and
evening, when the husband calls together
his family to worship the Lord and call
upon his name, they all bow the knee,
and, with the greatest union of feeling,
offer their devotions to the Most High.
It is sometimes the case that the hus
band provides for his wives separate hab
itataions, as Jacob did for his four wives,
each of whom had a separate tent. (See
Genesis, 31, 33.) Where all the wives
are equally faithful, the husband gener
ally endeavors to treat them ail without
Jealously is an evil with which the
saints in Utah are but seldom troubled; it
is an evil that is not countenanced by
either male or female; and, should any
indulge such a passion, they would bring
a disgrace aud reproach upon themselves
which they could not easily wipe away.
And, indeed, it is very rare that there
are any causes for jealousy, for the citi
zens of that Territory think more of their
virtue than they do of their lives. They
know that if they have any connections
out of 'the marriage covenant, they not
only forfeit their lives by the law of God,
but they forfiet their salvation also.
such views resting upon the minds
both old and youne, the people have
the greatest confidence in each others,
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i and daughters, without any distrust, to
! the tetion and care of their neighbors,
, Un(fcr fche BtHct and r- w lawg Qf yirtuo
which prevail, and are carried into general
practice, wives are not in constant fear of
the inconstancy of their husbands; parents
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. settucca ana tiie
, gt d neUher
t -J oh:idren w;i
seduced and their characters being de-
are they fearful that
their children will form contracts of mar-
d;strul3 and want of confidmce, and
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any of his wives, he is looked upon as
uavin violated the law of God. and it w
difficult for him to recover from the dia-
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ousi and disunions, and evil speakings,
in one week, among two thousand fami-
iieSi taken at random anv where in the
or Jbngland, than would
;hout all Utah Territory in
tVnd there is more unvirtuoua
acticed in one day in New-York
Alhnnv. or TafFalo. or f!inrtn
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nati, or &t. Ijouis, man would do practic-
e(j jn jjtah in a thousand venerations un-
je;jg tbe ' greatly degenerated from their
prescnt standard of morals.
Amonc tho curiosities latelv added to
' . Among luo cunoaiuea laieiy aaaea to
the Museum, is a mu
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One of the best looking girls in thd
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Troy Seminary is a red headed girl from
ermont. Out of compliment to her hair,
thev cail her "the torch of love."