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Where did Solomon Spalding Die? More About Solomon Spaulding. Solomon Spalding -- A Suggestion. From the Montrose Republican. The decision of the U. Supreme Court, rendered on the 6th inst. Like most other evils, polygamy dies hard, and its death struggle is not over. A great point, however, has been gained in the fact that the Third District Court of Utah, in whose jurisdiction this test case originated, and on appeal the Supreme Court of Utah Territory, and on further appeal the Supreme Court of the United States have all decided, as indeed would seem to have been inevitable, that the law of Congress, enacted in , prohibiting bigamy in the Territories, is constitutional.

It only remains that so righteous a law should be rigorously and impartially enforced, and this foul blot upon our national honor will soon be removed. For twenty years these culprits have defied the laws and authority of the United States, and have added to their licentiousness uncounted acts of violence and cruelty. Some of the most revolting murders have been indubitably fastened upon the Mormon leaders, as in the noted case of the Mountain Meadow massacre.

The wretched plea of "religious requirement" as a cover for their crimes, but renders them more revolting. Possibly another Mormon exodus may result from this decision of the Supreme Court, and some unfortunate Mexican province may be the next theatre for the display of their so-called religion.

But if they remain upon American soil, they should be compelled to obey American laws or suffer the penalties of their infraction. Publicity given the U. Supreme Court's positive decision on the legality of the "bigamy" law quickly placed the "Mormon Question" back on the front pages of American newspapers, including those in Pennsylvania.

For ten years the momentum had been building among the non-Mormon easterners to do something about this "question. The Supreme Court's decision was the spark that ignited a ten year blaze of news articles on the Mormons in American papers. While most American newspapers of the period confined their reporting on this topic to matters closely related to the battle over Mormon polygamy, the papers of the Pittsburgh area contributed numerous secondary reports on relevant historical figures like Sidney Rigdon and Solomon Spalding, both of whom had once lived in the city.

It was this batch of Pennsylvania news articles, coupled with the several related articles written by James T. Cobb for the Salt Lake Tribune during that brought the Spalding authorship matter back before the public attention and resulted in several interesting developments in the "Spalding theory" during the early and mid s.

See, for example, the effect of Cobb's research in the Feb. Sunday Afternoon for April. McClure, in Philadelphia Times. And saints complete in glory rise, To share the triumphs of the skies.

Wednesday, January 30, Two Noted Personages In Sharon. Council Bluffs City, Iowa. Monday, June 29, ' Kingston, Caldwell County, Mo. Babbitt, the Mormon delegate to Congress from Deseret: Naturally bright, intelligent, and active, when approaching manhood he entered the Mormon excitement, at the time Kirtland was the Promised Land, and Rigdon the popular advocate of the divine mission of the Prophet Smith.

His early advantages had only been those of this then new country; but in order to defend Mormonism, so unpopular with all other creeds, study, investigation, reflection, and argument were necessary. The young convert soon became a zealous talker, next an exhorter, and then a popular preacher of the doctrines of the Golden Bible. He united his fortunes with the persecuted Mormons, and became eminent with them for his zeal, his talents, and sound judgment.

When driven from Nauvoo, Mr. Babbitt 'struck his stake' with his people in the Great Basin, and now claims a seat in Congress as a delagate from Deseret.

The Nauvoo Temple again Destroyed. It was finished by the Mormons in , was nearly destroyed by fire in , and on the 27th of May, a tremendous hurricane demolished the walls.

The Icarian community of Socialists, under Cabet, had purchased it, and were engaged in repairing it, with a view to fitting it up for schools, studying and meeting halls, and a great refectory for a thousand persons. The workmen were engaged on it when the storm burst forth with such violence, that the walls came tumbling down, and the workmen had to fly for their lives. Those walls that remained standing had to be pulled down.

The surrounding buildings were also demolished, and in the wash-house, where six Icarian women were washing, there was so sudden an inundation from the rising creek, that the women had to escape through the windows. The community are going to undertake the erection of another large and fine building.

The writer of this having been one of their number, and having been personally acquainted with Brigham Young and his associates, called by them the twelve apostles, and having had frequent conversations with them in respect to their policy in relation to the government of this country, is perhaps better qualified than many to submit a few hints thereon. First, then, a word in regard to their great leading doctrine. They believe and teach that the aborigines of this continent are descendants of a branch of the house of Israel, through the seed of Joseph, the patriarch, and consequently those remarkable blessings pronounced upon Joseph and his two sons, by Jacob, his father, also by Moses, will be fulfilled upon the heads of the Mormon Church, and on this continent.

Hence all those terrible denunciations and destructions predicted of in the Prophets, against the oppressors of Ephraim and Manassah the Indians are to be fulfilled upon the devoted heads of the American people, the Mormons being the instruments. The Book of Mormon, -- misnamed the Mormon Bible -- which Joseph Smith claimed to have found miraculously, in the shape of metallic plates, inscribed upon in an unknown or lost language, but translatsd by him through inspiration, is the sacred and political history of this branch of Israel, the predecessors of the American Indians.

The organization of the Mormon church is the beginning of this work, of returning political powers to the Indians ostensibly, but in reality to the Mormon church. In regard to the government and laws of this country, they are ready at any and all times to set them at defiance, except when they may deem it politic to do otherwise.

In addition to their religious idea of vengeance on this government, they have sworn vengeance against the States of Missouri and Illinois, from which they have been driven, and against the U. Government for not siding with them against those States.

The Salt Lake movement was got up for the avowed purpose of placing themselves without the pale of this Government, they, with all their prophets, little dreaming it was so soon to be a part of the government, that they could the better manage their treasonable designs, and at that time the Mormons petitioned Queen Victoria for aid for the Mormon emigrants from Great Britain, urging in that petition the importance of her Majesty's government counteracting the rapid emigration from the United States to California!

That petition can be seen by examining the files of the Mormon paper printed in England at that time, called the Millenial Star. In regard to polygamy, it has been preached among them for years; and, if it were necessary, I could give you cases of the separation of husbands and wives, the breaking up of families, the demoralization of young women by some of these twelve apostles, in this city and vicinity, that would almost chill the heart's blood.

They teach and avow openly that marriages performed out of that church are null and void, and can be broken at the pleasure of either or both parties! There is no particular order or system about it. The heads of the church manage to secure to themselves the most desirable of the females that join the church; and, when tired of them, give them over to the laymen of the church, and not before. I know of one instance of a family from this city, where the mother and two daughters mere children were used as wives by one of these apostles, Heber Kimball; he at the same time living with his lawful wife.

I know of another case, in which P. Pratt, another of these 12, took the young wife of Mr. But your space will not permit me to begin to enumerate instances of that kind that have come to my personal knowledge. Instead of polygamy, it should be termed licentiousness run mad.

Any and all of these charges I stand ready to substantiate by their own documents, and by unimpeachable witnesses. This city of the Mormons once had 20, inhabitants; there are now about 2, One half the houses the Mormons left, have been removed or pulled down, and the other half are tenantless. Each lot contained an acre. In walking through its deserted streets I startled several quails, in the midst of the once populous city. The mansion of Joe Smith is kept by his wife, once his widow but now again a wife, of another and a live man, as a tavern.

Between this mansion and the river are the remains of a famous hotel, which was abandoned after its walls had reached the second story; the walls are of fine pressed brick, with marble doorsills and caps.

Joe's store-house is also standing. The Masonic Hall is a fine brick building three stories high. I am told that all the Mormons were Masons.

Their lodge was under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the State of Illinois. The front wall and the one next to it, which formed the vestibule, are all that is left standing of the achievements of fanaticism called 'the Temple. On account of the inability of the witness to attend at this term, the case was continued.

The defendant says that it all arises in persecution from the Gentiles. As another item on the same subject, we may state that Smith has himself now pending in the same court, an application for a divorce, on the ground that his wife, while at Nauvoo, was initiated into the mysteries of, and, as he says, "took seven degrees" in spiritual wifery.

So that it seems, according to his ideas of the doctrines of that particular branch of the church militant, what is sauce for the goose is not sauce for the gander. Mutual accusations, from exach side, appear to be the order of the day.

If half is true that is said against Strang, the Mormon High Priest at Beaver Island, and his followers, their expulsion, sooner or later, would seem to be inevitable, however illegal, in no sense, the act might be. If half is true of the prejudice, misrepresentation, and persecution, charged by the Mormons, on their antagonists, such an expulsion, should it occur, would be one of the most flagrant atrocities of the age.

Ruins of the Mormon Temple and the Icarians. Now, all that remains is the end facing the river, and this is seen for a few miles back in the country, and at some distance on the river, below and above. It was built of limestone; the outside hewn and carved, exhibiting some of the most beautiful figures that I ever saw made on stone. The location for the city is considered one of the best on the river. It is on a point of land formed by a great bend in the river, overlooking quite a portion of Iowa.

A considerable part of the city is below the bluff, yet is so high that it is never inundated. The present number of inhahitants is about 3,, and there is but one evangelical meeting, and this is the Methodist. The Catholics have a meeting in the place. The Late Massacre on the Plains.

Morris, of the U. Army, has forwarded to Washington the particulars of the late msisacro by Indians, of a portion of Capt. Gunnison surveying party, on the Western Plains. On the morning of the 20th of October Capt. Gunnison, with a portion of his scientific party, an escort of seven men, and Mr. William Potter, of Manti, as guide, left our camp on Sevier, for the purpose of surveying the lakes.

The same morning I moved with the remainder of my command fourteen miles up the Sevier, there intending to await the return of the late Capt Gunnison.


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