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From the Covington Journal of May 27, 1871, was reprinted this: (from the New York Democrat): "In Warsaw, Ky are thirty-two widows, each possessed of a fortune of not less than one hundred thousand dollars. The oldest of these widows is thirty-nine, the youngest twenty-nine. All are handsome and all are in the market. Should Brigham Young make a sweep from his harem-scarem, at Utah, upon the widow’s nest at Warsaw and capture the entire lot, he would cut quite a figure. He might do so but for fear such a raid and capture of the widows of Warsaw would make moiré war in Utah than it ever saw before. This being the case, the reporter could but say.
Of all the wars we ever saw, we never saw a war like the war we saw among the wives and women or Warsaw."