COMMENTS ON AMNESTY- Idaho Statesman: Pr- M;.i.ut ILurisou bus 13-iieJ a prc-I'liiiii prc-I'liiiii i i ai prociaiiiiiiiif univera. I tm-i tm-i . ... t -.- ! .i t.-i.'! f tae uioitiiou people win) bafo been nbLe, to ptost'Ciition uu-dur uu-dur iho anil poiygatuv laws of congre?s or who have ben under disabilities be-f be-f tf hfe n t those laws, Ti e proclkuiuth n is the legitimate fniir if (. afuim t.f the intrmon i d p i e i reL nneing the x d t I relinquishing the practice complained of. Wiin those p e ,n r no quarrel unw tit t t!:fy b"-ve placed themselves i y v i 1 1 Hid the pro- ei.iai.i ioa of the pies'.deijt may be re-pr.ritftl re-pr.ritftl as ma closing tct of ti.e long cont roversy that has been such a prominent promi-nent f-t"r,i in tiie history of the region ul lit it I e sra stttled, Th war is OTr. sml tne matchl.ss in-ilaatrv in-ilaatrv of these who eanstitata 'the mein-dcrship mein-dcrship of the church which has its Iir-atlqnarters in Salt Lake; will con iaae to contribute to iheupcniidms; and prcE-prrtty prcE-prrtty of this iutf rciountain region withont any disturbing coullliat b)-tween b)-tween tiiem and cmzjas of thoi EtCtten affected. fcalt Lake Crihuiie; We centrratumte tuo Latter-day Saints upon it. end we" believe that tha C'-infid-'iics r;i(85d m them by tas prcsi daot in grant! ig p titloa will not be abused We. bc-heva. also taat the p.rd-oa p.rd-oa carries wiut It full restoeation to cit-zaiibhip. cit-zaiibhip. Provo Enquirer: Hid tha amnsaty ccma before eHctio, L'iih would have returned a republican de wn'e to Ccnfirc-Bi?. Instead of the Dmoerat elected. However, anaesty insures a victory for the Eepublici-ns prt November, wnsn membera of the Thirty-! rst legislature will be elected Pro o Dispatch : we Laii with gratituauoa the slight rent which trie prociaaiat'ou gives, not so mnfh because of in legal effets as becnu-a of tin fid lhat our true cond-1 cond-1 j 1 is 1 1 r v lo ial rtejgU:t ion. and tendg to removu any barrer that niav e-ist to Ine accooipiisliaient of statehood for Utan. We would suotrest to tn.hoevor may have chartra of a I ill auonai.Jiug act foi the ahniis-sinn ahniis-sinn o? U:ah tna enibidiaz within that net of provisions tiuit wnl permit all diarraniihistib pemons wuo m fact have disasive d polygamous relations to extreme extr-eme tiie ngnt of franeuisa in voting upon up-on the constutloa for uie new state we care not how tliev may vote. Lo2an Journrl. J.iet what practical beueflt this long doiavrd f renesty can be to the people v.o ure at a loss to understand, it does-' does-' not give ttifi richt to vote, and only pjir.ioiis ilnies wjo aon't neeb 11. Judge Zi ne s opinion is as folio fol-io ws: 1: a man h?.s more theu one wife liv-iii liv-iii anc Ciauns or treats more than one v,.,i!,n:i 83 u:s wife, even though he may i.o: cnabit witti mrre than one, ha Is a t p 1 t a n e prociama-t prociama-t r eh r t to rote, if 1 1 a o r 1 ha t been ter- mtiiated ov his own aft or otherwise, ho r man may 1 ht!:t!lS by r l.;-:d out t o wife. It 1b .runq1! any c on. .;i i iii i (i:m,nii; v with this 1 1 l the oalli 11 o reaJ as 1 :i iii,! or p-rsocs to I y lawful co il, hi. t-.ii. in. jr. 1. Hiii.iei'v or foriiii'.i-' foriiii'.i-' ecgniz--) or t r e woman as v lit iiu.l with t V, ii'o Eince 11 1 t t I a not be?u c iivii'ioJ of ine crime of uuhiwlul N 1 1S80, aud c 1 ' ices', adu- f bur p:d;.g3iiiv.