Interesting from the Mormons,
The last advices from Utah are quite im-portant, and leave little doubt as to the settlement at least for the present, of the difficulties with the Mormons. Brigham Young and the heads of the Mormon church had returned to the city and had been followed by the people, who were re-turning to their homes in all parts of the Territory. No Troops were in the city, Gen. Johnson having passed through and encamped with the Army in Cedar Valley, 30 miles beyond. The Government offi-cers had been duly installed, and everything was quiet in the Valley. It was sta-ted that Brigham Young was anxious to be tried on the charge of treason, though he insisted that the Jury should consist of Mor-mons only which, of course, would insure his acquittal.
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