favour, applied to Young for a divorce.
consented, and the deed was signed.
A new paper was commenced by the authorities, as an official organ of the Church
left-his wife going out into apostacy with him.
“He wanted to have Zina,” says Captain Hooper
, “but the young lady gave him the mitten, and as Brother Brigham would not force his child to marry, Stenhouse
has left us in a rage.”
Sister Belinda carried her three children by Elder Stenhouse
into another man's harem.
Unhappy with her second mate, she got a new divorce.
One of her children died.
She is now sealed for the third time, to a rich Mormon elder, and the two children of Stenhouse
live in her new home.
“She has tried all round,” says the divorced husband, “I hope she will now rest.”
“Is not your daughter Clara living with Joseph Young?”
“Yes, Yes,” says Mrs. Stenhouse
, sadly, “she is with him, in the South
, living in polygamy.
We cannot get the child to see her way. Her husband dotes on her. If he were only a bad man, there would be some hope for us. He might ”