MORMON TOASTS.—On the 4th of July, the citizens
of Salt Lake had a grand celebration. The following
toasts were drank:
Utah—The fairest daughter of Uncle Sam: the first
in the annals of American history governed by a Prophet
of the Lord.
Utah—Among the last though not least in Uncle
Sam's family. May she in virtue excel, and in time,
among her fair sisters, enjoy a happy Union.
Mormonism—Born in poverty, cradled in storms, and
reared in hurricanes; won't faint in earthquakes.
Deseret—As she is exalted in altitude on the tops of
the mountains, so may she be in principle, virtue, and
power above the rest of the world,
Utah Land Bill—Give me the wives; I guess I'll get
the land somehow.
American Glory and American Freedom—May they ever
keep pace with each other.
Signs of the Times! — Christian Europe, sustaining plurality
of wives in Turkey. Uncle Sam please take
Truth and Freedom—While the first preserves us, let
us preserve the other.
Constitution of the United States—A shield to the weak,
a standard for the strong, and an antidote to tyranny,
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