The Utica Daily Chronicle describes a Mormon Church service, officiated by Elder David Blakesley. After their afternoon service, Mormons meet in the evenings to “relate their ‘experience,’” and children often speak in tongues. These meetings “are sometimes interrupted by rowdies . . . who manifest their admiration by frequent and loud demonstrations of applause. . . . Not until the police interfere, do these demonstrations cease. Much as we believe Mormonism to be a humbug . . . the Mormons have a right to assemble and worship.”
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