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TI-IE ' ARIZONA REPUBLTOAN, PriCENIX. SATURDAY MORNING-. JULY 30. 1890.
The sheriff's sale of the Peck entile is
set .'or today.
John Sparks was yesterday lined if 10
by .ho Recorder, for maintaining a nui
sii'ice. J. W. Crenshaw says lie lias sought
the opinion of six of the leading
members of the bar and all concur in
considering him a legal candidate for re
election to the ollieo of County Treas
urer. Tho honey trade is looking up. Tho
Reekeepers'" Association will chip two
carloads next week. From Tempe, on
Monday, 15. F. Johnson and others will
start near of strained honey East, and
later in tho week John S. Armstrong
will load another car with the tamo.
All three bhipmcuts go to Chicago.
County Surveyor ltreckenridgo yester
day tiled with the Supervisors his report
on the Castle Creek road. It recited
that an excellent road already existed
between Pluenix and tho foothills,
twenty-five miles north, but that fully
$4,000 would be required to grade a good
road for the twenty miles beyond.
The National Rank of Arizona yester
day tiled with tho Clerk of the Board of
Equalization a protest against the
assessment put ujKin its property. The
protest recites that the bank fixtures
are a part of tho capital stock of the
bank and that the I.TO.OOO surplus con
sists of county warrants, and that
neither are assessable.
A Sanchez, shoemaker and editor, was
nrrested yesterday afternoon about .1
o'clock and put in tho County Jail for
failuro to put up the $250 bail set by
Justice Sherman. About fl p. in".
Modesto Borquez and Dr. Garcia del
Torfiel effected his relense by tiling a
bail bond. Steiglitz threatens to carry
the case on habeas corpus lefore Judge
Mrs. L. P. Holmes returned yesterday
from a trip to the Coast.
Henry L. Wharton returned yester
day from his Northern trip.
I). E. Keating returned yesterday
from the Humbug creek placers.
General Miles and Captain Huggins
leave this morning for Fort Lowell.
I). M. Ferry andiC. C. Bow en start
this morning for their home in Detroit.
Ben Goodrich and wife returned
yesterday from a short trip to Tomb
stone. Captain McCasey and Ed. Wells left
yesterday for Hafqua llala, going by
way of Sentinel station, on tho Southern
Territorial Auditor Thomas Hughes
came in on yesterday's train from Tuc
son to attend the meeting of the Fund
ing commission. He returns this niorn-
Ed. S. (Jill, president and general
manager of The Auizona Reihmh.ica.n,
published at Pluenix, Arizona, came in
on the S. P. this morning. The Kei-uii-Mc.ts
is the brightest paper in the
Territory and is certainly tho ablest
Republican representative' in that sec
tion of the s-outhwest. El Paso Herald.
CENSUIlIMi .lUDOK AVKIOHT.
A Journal tlmt Dnein't ltrllere an the
From the Journal-Miner.
A few days since this paper copied an
interview with Judgo Wright in Chi
cago, on tho Mormon question. The
article was copied without comment, as
comment was considered unnecessary.
The Pluenix Gazette, democratic pajer,
quotes the same interview, endorsing
tho views set forth by tho ex-chief jus
tice saying that "Wright is right." One
of thestatements made is as follows:
"As polvgamy is not practiced in Arizo
na, and never has been, there is no
reason why we should humiliate tho
Mormons who form one-lifteenth of our
population." The gentleman giving
this interview, as well as the Gazette, in
endorsing it as true, lwth show either
ignorance of facts or a disregard of
making a correct statement. It is only
a fow years since three Mormons were
convicted of polygamy in this district
and in this very Court, ovor which
Judge Wright, who is credited with
making the nlwvo statement, presided a
few months later. Two others who saw
tho grasp of tho law tightening around
them threw themselves ujwn the mercy
of the Court by pleading guilty. So
that as far as the "never has lieen" part
of this statement, the records of tho
Court hero will successfully contradict
it. If we mistake not thero were con
victions made in Tucson for this same
crime. In addition to those convicted
in this district there wero others who
fled the country to escape tho penalties
of the law. Wonder if the empty house of
a former Mormon bishop of" Apache
county was never pointed out to Judge
Wright on his visits to St. John's to
hold couit. Tho house is situated on a
hill and has a commanding view. One
of the boasts of its former occupant was
that no Gentile had ever been permitted
to put his foot insidu of it. Can it be
nlto that Judge Wright was never told
the history of its occupant, how ho left
the country at the prospect of being sent
for a term to the penitentiary. Again,
to say that "our Mormons are not
jHtlygamists," is the samo as saying
that our ".Mormons are not Mormons."
Polygamy is one of the corner stones of
the Mormon church, and every man
who lelongs to tho church is a polyga
mist. Whether ho is financially able to
practice his lclief in this respect is
another question. While jwlygamy is
not practiced as openly as formerly in
this Territory, no one who is not biased
in opinion can help but believe that it
still exists in practice in the Territory.
One of the bishops, on returning from
the penitentiary, on being asked if ho
intended to give up ms plural wives and
abandon tho practice very frankly stated
that ho did not, but would be more dis
creet in the future.
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