WILL SOT BE SATISFIED. Just after the promulgation of the "Manifesto," anil its ratiiicat on by the MormonpeopU in Conferenceasembled, the Ti ibune Oi tot er 7, 18! Kb saiil : "Look upon it from any standpoint, this is a mighty advance, and the ultimate ulti-mate result can on y be the final death of polygamy in the ''nited States. The church w ll never again dare to openly endorse the system unless it be in some wild island or mainland where no laws ol e vil zation interpose to prevent. So, in anv event, w hether intended to be so or not, it means the final end to polyg-my." polyg-my." And yet eight months after these utterances it is still harping upon the insincerity of that move on the part of the Mormons. Now, while this i? very mean and inconsistent, it is still in keeping with the policy which that paper has pursued all along. We remember the time when it advocated advo-cated woman's suffrage as a cure-all for Utah. It had itsdesire granted in this matter, ami then it found out that it was not what it wanted at all. and begin) be-gin) to agitate the question of having the franchise taken away again, in which it finally succeeded. It next clamored for a secret ballot, savingthat this would emancipate (he voters from the priestly supervision which it alleged the members of the church were subject sub-ject to. A Mormon legislature i-n icled such a law, but sMl! t.-e Tiibune was not happy. Having tried these experiments, it begin to advise ad-vise the young men of "Mortmuidom" to frequent saloons and gambling dens, to run alter loose w nil n and in a general gen-eral way sell themseives to perdition. This hellish advice did not accomplish the object. It next called on the young; men of L'tah to "come out."' Directly thvy did so it claimed the priesthood was handling them for some purpose. It then callc! on tiie church to stop the practice of polygamy. The "manifesto" was proclaimed, and in all sincerity the Mormon people accepted it. This did not satisfy. A divisi ui on national nation-al lines was the next remedy proposed. TLe movement no sooner commenced than the Tribune, in it-, imbecility ch arged the Mormon people with bad fit:-. And so it goes. The T, ibu,., like-the like-the ghost in Mil beth, w ib not down. Poor tiling, w e i i ty it.