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'" EVENING, APRIL 11, 1890. . ttjp sat.t T,A"K'K TIMES. FRIDAY SALT LAKE EYENIN6 TIMES, I... The Times' Telephone nurabor is 481. The office of Thk Times is located at No. VI Commercial street. Oeneral Dellmj IhOO a.in. to p.m. Carriers' window 0:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday ar d Holiday hours.. . 12:00m. to 100 p.m. Loot! mention In this oolnmn will be carried at 25 cent per line each insertion. . FRIDAY, AI'RIL 11. 18it0. JUICY Ml JOTS, His Honor Holds His Usual Morning Levee and Imposes the Regu-lation Fines. JOHN SDMMEEHODSE . FINED. A Trio of Young Ladies Decline the Court's Invitation to be Present at the Levoo. "John Sunimerhousc," remarked the court as an old man ambled into the dock this morning and nervously fum-bled in hispockcts as tried to remember something ho couldn't think of; "you aro hero charged with tho crime of at-tempting to paint the city of .Salt Lake, the modern New Jerusalem, a brilliant carmine. You partially succeeded, and but for your timely arrest by tho. vigi-lant ollicer, I doubt not that ere this this litllo paradise on earth would to yon have resembled a glorious August smset. I understand, sir, that you are tho father of several good sized families upon whom you de-pend for support, and were deeply pained to learn that you have adopted tho course you have taken. Last niglit at tho witching hour, when tho ceme-teries gape and the, hermetically sealed vaults yield up their bony occupants, you, instead of enjoying the sweet sleep so necessary to a man of your age, were insisting on swapping jack knives with a wooden Indian in front of a cigar store. And because the basswood ab-origine refused to talk you swore a mighty oath that you would tear his scalplock from off his painted poll and scatter his curly maple intestines all over the adjacent landscape. You are old and gray and have but a short time to live or I would send you to jail, but as I do not want you to die on the city's hands I will lino you a V. Depart in peace and in futuro if you want to do any artistic work seek the limits of tho unbounded prairie whero you will dis-turb no ouc." "Thomas Kayland, one Fred Losseu charges you w ith assault and battery. Tho battery was of a most grievous character according to his statements. He alleges that you swung your right and caught him in the eye and that when ho tried 'to get in a body blow you countered on his bread basket and knocked it 75 cent restaurant meal out of him.. In a fair light this would bo all right but ho also sets up that you fouled him by backhecling him and punching him below the belt. This is contrary to the rules, and I can-not discharge you without having tried you. I shall set your case for 2 o'clock at which time fail not to appear or I will issuo a capias, and if I do, be-ware." "Mary Ann Kelly, your husband, or rather what was left of him, appeared beforo me this morning and asked that I fino you $10,000, solid you to jail for ten years and grant him a divorce. Ho remarked that you were the worst old tarantula that the good Lord ever permitted to exist on tho broad bosom of earth. Ho sets up that you chased the kitty all yesterday afternoon when you should havo been getting tho gar-den in shapo for planting, and that when ho camo homo from his labor on tho section, you beat a tattoo ou his cranium with the piece of cord wood yotiuso for a rolling pin. As this is your llrst ofl'cnco I shall dismiss you with tho admonition not to do so any more, or I'll warp you no hard that your youngest child will have a vote beforo you get out." "I understand that Miss Lizzie Sum-mers, Miss May Wilsou and Dolly Day havo declined my Invitation to be pres-ent this morning, and have sent with their regrets $100 which will bo added to tho general fund." "Court is now adjourned for an hour during which time wo will devote our-selves to a huge baked salmon which we purchased yesterday." TO PAVE THE STBKKTS. What Material Will be Used to Pva the Street of Halt Lake City? Malcolm Maclood, a mechanical en-gineer of Philadelphia, and the patentee of the Maclcod patent wood block pave ment for thoroughfare, will be in Salt Lake City within a few days for the purpose of trying to introduce his street paving material. Within the last few years, street pav-ing has become a very importaut factor to a city's prosperity and growth. In every enterprising city the material to be used for paving its streets is a mat-ter of general discussiou, and much scheming. Some claim that asphalt makes the best street pavement, others Bay that stone is and many assert that the wood block is the most desir-able. Just what material is the best remains to bo seen, but it is more than probable that Salt-Lak- e will pave her streets, or the greater portion of them, with its home products Utah's asphalt and stone. The council will be. asked to e.vimino the Maclcod wood block pavement which is laid Upon a concrete base. It is on a foundation of stone that the Work is laid. This is covered with tar and gravel, uud upon this ure set the blocks of wood on cud, tightly pressed to-gether. The entire pavement is over two feet thick and is said to be as solid as natural rock. At the some time it is smooth and over it the heavy vehicles roll smoothly and nois-e'l- y over it. In this or in any other sys-tem, it is claimed by practical paving men, that a good foundation is the first rsqusito for a good and substantial pavement. When Salt Lake City gets to be a place of double its present sizo, the principal streets will have great traffic and what will bn needed for paving material is something that will be sub-stantial andsatisfaotory; amalerial that will bo noiseless as well as desirable. The blocks aro first carbonized, then set neatly on some sort of concrete foundation that is used for tho stone surface already described. Asp halt is then run into tho spaces so as to thor-oughly imbed them. After tho blocks are covered with tho tar and gravel, which traffic imbeds into the wood and spaces, tho surface is hardened. The council will soon havo to deter-mine upon tho kind of material that the streets are to bo paved with. ARRIVALS AKD CLOSE OF MAILS, t Schedule of arrival and closing of mails at the ' Bait Lake Citv Postoglce March 6. 1889. Arrive (.'lose , . Mails. at at Depot. P'st office Fastern, via TJ. P. K'y 2:10 a.m. 7:10 a.m. Eastern, via R. G. W.K'y.... p.m. :30a.ra. Western 10;30a.m. 9:00 p.m. Ban Franoisoo, closed poach B:00a.m, Ogden 10:30 a.ro. 7:10 a.m. 0(.-de- 4:00p.m. r.gden 7KWo.ni. HOOp.m. North and Northwest 7:00 p.m. 0p.ni. Park City 10:0a.m. 7:10 p.m. Park City 4.ia.ro. fkrotbem, 6:50 p.m. U:10p.m. iionthern, closed ponoli, Mil- - f' rd, Frisco and beyond... 10:10 a.m. 2:50p.m. Bingham Canyon and West Jordan 4:l!0p.m. :40a.m. Tooeleconnty 8:45p.m. 7:10a.m. A I la and Wasatch QMv.m. 11:10 p.m. Real Estate & Financial Agents, BASEMENT WALKER HOUSE We have u Large List of Acre property that it will pay you to see before investing. Our contracts are with Original Owners, and we will give our Customers advantage of the Trotlts. Hamm & Scott, Basement Walker House. J W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, . 209 Main Street, Just North of Postoffice. SPECIAL LIST. 242 10x10 cor., 3d S. & 11th East ; 4-roo- m House $9,o0fJ $500 holds this '90 Days.: 252 10x10 cor., 7th S. & 9th s.&w. front, large house 9,ooi 216 30x9 rods, s. front, 8th S. and 10th E., per rod - 35( 203 330x125ft, 9th N.& 5thW.4,50( 246 3x10 rods,4-roo- m Frame House, 3d S. East, spe-cial price. 162 5x10 rods, 7-roo- m Brick House,Cellar, Barn,City Water, etc., - - 6,oot $300 holds this 90 Days. 250 4x5 rods, 1 O-roo- m Brick House, rents for $50 per month ; close in - 5,ooi 140 25xl42V2ft.,4-roo- m Rustic House,flowing well,etc. l,4oi 244 35x106 ft., right of alley 2-roo- m Rustic House, City Park subdivision 9oi WE HAVE GOOD BUYS IN Vacant, Residence, Business i Acreage. Watch Our List forNew Properties J. W. THOMPSON & CO. " WANTS. '.If yon want help, If yon want to rent a house, If you want to soli a lot, If you want a situation, If yon want anything, idvertiae in The Times "Want Colnmn." CITY CIKCLT.ATION'. Thb Times manngeaient Is making orery effort feasible to have tho paper delivered promptly and regularly In emry purt of the city. Any com plaint abont the delivery if sent to thia office will be attended to at once. . , CO.UINO JOVKNTH. FRIDAY. "Zlg Zag" at the. Grand Ojiora house. City Council me tlnff. SATUHDAY. 'Zig Zag" at ffce fcirand Opera heuse. PROF.YOUNGE ExlitiMfl Bil Salt LakeTheatt Friday Ev'g, April 18,8 p".m Saturday Matinee. To he op'npd with tlio Sir Roger'" 2'.' in one snl. of right couples, as oan'L' MeAIUster'M Hall lu New York ' '.. leartitiR soeietv t eoplo of thin on'n"!:. was the. event of thn leads tho famous W'aiiiiu neur, which was the most picture wi1 of the Continental Bull of last BpMK; . Followed bv- - th Flmtit tirand "v -- Couples: Highland Fling hy Misses: bailor's Hornpipe by Jian i';, Danee hv Four Little Misses: J"rk'v,L'i by Charley Hechtol; Cachuea JVj' Y1 U man: Fisher's Hornpipe hy bli "Coming ThrouRh the kye" hy and Master; Pastorilo by two Mfc""" j Master. , Reserved Seats 75c. General A Tickets on Sale at Box Offlee TTinr.' Friday. Floor Will be cover With Canvas. Music by Olson's Stringg The KNIGHT-M'CL- II Music Company. PIANOS & ORGA-- ' Instruments Sold on Easy ' Old Instruments Tak in Exchange. 26 West Tbird Sontb Street, Salt When you ask your grocer for a smoke try the Progress. REAL ESMDEALINGS lestcrdaj's Transfers Amount to the Sum or One Hundred Thous-and Dollars. SMALL SALES ON THE INCREASE, A Tannery to Be Established in Zion by an Eastern Tanners' ' ' Syndicate. Tho real estato sales of yesterday were about equal to those of the day previous, being just a trifle short of $100,000. The sales made were as a rule small as will bo seen. There were fifty deeds fired of which four repre-sented $55,000. Tho remaining forty-si- x were for small lots averaging about $850 each. This goes to show that little homes aro being purchased by people who are coining to stay. The largest deal of the day was made by P. C. Brixen, who purchased of C. M. Brixen 4x10 rods in lot 2, block C3, plat A, for $20,000. M. S. Wooley pur-chased of Elizabeth F. Sheets a one-hal- f interest in lot 0, block 18, live-acr- e plat A, for $12,000. , ' Information was given out quietly this morning that ail eastern linn will in the near future start a sheepskin tan-nery here, of which Spraguc Smith of Blue Hill, Nebraska, an old-tim- e tanner of tho east will bo tho manager. Smith has recently invented a process of tanning with chemicals and expects to do a good business here in the west. Thursday'! Real Kstate Transfers. T. .1. Brown ot al. to TJW. Mllner, 10x8 roils, lot 5, block 47, plat O 'JO G. Curtis and wife to 3. T. Donnellim et al all or lots 13 and H, block (I, ilve-aer- o pint A S,7.10 Eliza Shafer to T. J. Leonard, southeast quarter of section IS, township 1 north, rantte 1 west K. Mlineret al. to V. Buxton, south-west quarter of section township 3 South, range I e:ist. . . , 200 T. All .. p to Elizabeth Allsop. northeast quarter of section 5, township 3 south, raii(?e 1 east 10,000 Sarah Jlusbmuis to W. V. McElroy, all lots I to 7, block a, and other property, tllemiale addition 1885 Sarah Husbands to W. 1'. McElroy. all lot sS, 8 and 7, block , (ilendalo addi-tion : 585 J. II. Brown and wife to W. P. McElroy, all lots 10 to IS, block 8, plat B, West Lake town ISO J. II. Hrowu and wire to VV. I'. McElroy. all lots H to 13, block, plat A. West J.uke town 100 J. W. Jones et al. to II. V. Meloy, part lot 3, block !, plat D 300U J. W. Jones et al. to A. Duushee, part lot S, block 07, nkvt 1 ) SOOO E. A. Smith to W. A. Kobertson, all lot III, block 10, plat J 400 0. Cunniiur and wife to L. H. (Ulbert, northeast quarter section 1, township 1 south, rane I west... 85.000 h. V. Kelssv et al. to W. H. Tellery et al.. all lots 2S and S. block 1, Kelsey fc ClIlespie'K subdivision 10S0 L. 1). Kinney to H. 1. Mason, half of block 00, Kinney & ( Jouiiay's plat 1000 Harriet A. Partridgn to E. T. lfimbold, all of lot 9, block 38, Harden City plat ' H 60 Harriet A. Partridge to R. O. Hunbold, all of lot 8, block 3S,,Garden City plat H GO Harriet A. Partridge to K. Weracht, all of lots St and 31. block S. Forestdale. . 150 T. Itohlnson et al toK. E. Ritchie, quar- ter of lot 6. block ail, plat F 4834 L. U. Young et al to Chloe Y. Benedict, all of lots tS5 to , block 8, Park View addition 1350 L. tl. Younc to Jane A. Young- all of lots 70 to 7a, block 3, Park View addi-tion , . . . 650 Esther Maliind to lZn. Willi. 4x10 nxht of lot 1, block 73. plate. Sixlh West, between Second mid Third North (MOO Harriet A. Partridge to Korea O. Peter-son, all of lots l to 4, block as, Harden City, plat B raw W. S. Gihhy to A. J. Whito, halt of lot a. block 6. h acres, plat A WOO M. Koss to Mary R. Snow. 3x.' rods, lot 4. block 131. plat A laOO L. C. Ford and wife to Mary H. Bond. all or lots lu and ao, block 7, Geneva addi-tion 1U50 E. B. Welch and wife to W. H. Andrew, 10x411' i feet, lot 4, block 43. plat B SSOQ W. H. Andrew to J. W. Martin, 10xl!i feet, lot 4. block 43. plat B 4a0O K. 1). Jones, et al. to IsanellaH. Stevens, all of lots ki to.ifl, Liberty Park addi-tion 1300 Isabella II. Stevens to S. I,. Monroe, all lots hi to M. Libert v Park add HOO C A F.Rirert to A M Janes, all lots 3S and 39 block 3, Khrtch'ssulxt 600 N K Keevan to L C Dana, ull lot 45 blck I. C'oatesA. Convm.ssubd 350 E F St John and wife to H North, all of lots 4 to 53, block l,Coats& Coiuin s sub Siioo Martha Knsinn to Evan Stephens, nxll rods on Twelfth F.ast, between South Temple and First South, lot 4, blck 31, plat F 6500 F. F. Sheets and wife to M. S. Woollev, one-hal- f of lot V, block 18, five acre plat A 13,000 Mary A. Smith to M. A. Wood, all ot lots 8 and 8, block 1, Khrich's subdivis-ion leuu M. A. Wood to C. L. Hannanian, all of lots 8 and , block 1, Ehrich'a subdi-vision KM) E. D. Jones to J. S. ail ot lota 49 5a. Liberty Park addition. 1550 E. D. Jones to J. W. Tripp, all of lots 45 to 4S. Liberty Park addition 1550 J. 11. Whedon to .1. S. Scott, all of lots 3 and 4, Liberty Park addition 1300 J. Gibson to .1. Brings, all of lot 7. block 7, live acre plat A 1 1. H. Brown to M. A. VanAndel, all of lot 31. block 5. plat A. West Lake town ' 12 J. C. Cutler to W. D. Currie, 4x15 rods, lot 3, Mock aa, block A 450 1. H. Brown et al. to S. Fenueniotv, all of lota block 10. plat A, West Lake town 13 J. H. Brown et al. to W. Fenneniore all of lot S. block 10. plat A. We-s- t Lake towu 13 J. Livingston to C. I. Moore et al., 5x10 rods, lot 5. block 30, plat B..... 750 Total I9a.tl5 PKRSOSAL. W. M. Glass of Omaha is at the Cul-lc- II. A. Tcasdcl of Stockton is at the Cullen. Balph Berry and wife of Helena, are at tho Walker. D. E. Bromau and wile of Denver, are at the Walker. Joseph K. Putnam and Miss Putnam aVo at the Walker. C. C. Andrews and wife of San Fran-cisco, aro at the Walker. J. P. Rankin of Bawlins, Wyoming, is registered at the Cullen. L. G. Wells and J. E. Whitney, of Louisville, are at the Cullen. A. D. Mill ford and wife of Minneap-olis arc registered at the Walker. G. A. Moorehouso and W. D. Rogers ofWalsonville, Cali., are at the Cullen. Mrs. Mogene C. Toles, of Brooklyn, is among the lady guests at the Cullen. Miss Mabel Hanlcy and Miss Mamie Dwyer of Cheyenne arc domiciled at the Cullen. Don B. Honin, editor of tho Railway News-Reporte- r of Omaha, is in the city. He says that Salt Lake City is the only place talked of. John A. Hobbs of Nebraska, brother of Register Hobbs of the land office, has moved to Lion, and has taken a position in the land office. Mr. Monte Birdsell of McCook, Neb., an old-tim- e C. B. & Q. conductor, is in the city taking advantage of tho real estate opportunities. Sam Howe, assistant chief of tho de-tectives of Denver, is nt the Clift house. He is one of the n detectives in the west, and everybody who mot him In the streets today asked who had decamped from Denver that he was after. Ho claims to be on a pleasure trip. ' " TOMOHROWS TJMFH. I The Salt Lake Times tomorrow will be a twelve page puper. It will con-tain several origiwl Hpodal features, prominent among wh ich will bn an en-tertaining reminiscent, of the Salt Lake stage by a pioneer acljor. Another interesting feature will be "Advico to Esmeralda" ou tho subject of matrimony. Answers to correspon-dents will include much valuable and unique information. In addition there wiH'bo several short stories aiul a large quantity of well-selecte- d miiscellany, and the ! telegraphic and local pages will be full of tho latest uew s of the day. Don't fail to get a copy of to-morrow's paper. to seo his extraordinary energy :: resolution bring the matter to asncfp ful consummation within two or tlir days, so far as providing the are concerned. PROSPEROUS SUBURBS. Brighton and Garden City Items. A subscription paper is now in circula-tion among the property owners along the line of the county road running from the county infirmary to the point of the Oquirrh mountains at Carlield Beach, provide a sufficient fund for grading and macadamizing and con-verting into a boulevard substantially the whole length of this highway be-tween the points mentioned. This is an improvement greatly desir-ed and will furnish a first-clas- s drive-way for the many dwellers in the vil-lages along tho line. A. G. Bast, of Eldorado, is to be entrusted with the disbursements of the money, and it looks as though enough money were already in sight to do the work. Ed W. Senior had a cotoric of WeU Jordou parties out with him to-da- v looking up the preliminaries for a mo- tor line conneeting the various addi- tions on this side of the river and the city. Ed is wonderfully enthusiastic over this enterprise, has gone at it in thorough earnest, and nobody need be surprised LOCAX, BKKVITIES. Read Timks. It will bo & twelve page paper. Notice the grand local event of the season in another column. , Send away to your eastnrn friends a copy of Mrs. Pugslny and Mr. Easton will sing a duct at Miss Gray's qntcrtain-ment- . Mrs. Alice Hogan of Salt Lake was married in Denver to J. A. Rhodes of Omaha. There aro messages nt tho Western Union Telegraph oilico for F. R. Har-ford and N. Mark. A laborer employed at Poscoo's limo kiln was seriously injured this morning by fallingoff a bank. "Civil Government" is tho subject of a lecture to be delivered by Hon. F. S. Richards in Social hall tonight. Tho clergymen of the city tiro re-quested to send their Sunday church notices to Thk Times office at au early hour tomorrow. P. J. Moran this morning received tho contract for the plumbing work on the Fourteenth ward school building, now in course of erection. The condition of (he weather at 5:30 ' this morning was: Salt Lake 24, Helena 40, Fort Custer 3(i, Rawlins 48. At 11 I . m. Salt Lake City 07. Tho building inspector has ordered tho front walls of tho old Anderson hos-pital torn d.iwn. Tho rear part of tho building will bo taken down by its owner. Charles Ellis will deliver a lecturo on the "Mormon Compass, a Considera-tion of Four Cardinal Points of tho Mo- - roni-Smil- System of Celestial Naviga. tion," Sunday evening in tho federal conrt room. Lizzio Summers' bagnio was raided last night by the police. Herself mid two inmates by the names of May Wil- - mn and Dolly Daly were arrested. 'l'liey gave security for their appear-ance in tho police court today and were released. Members of the chamber of commerce aro now manifesting considerable more interest in that organization, and the ' secretary is gratified to seo tho old ' members pay up their back dues, and the number of business men that are becoming mem hers. In futuro no contractor will bo per-mitted by the city council to pile build-ing material in the streets or to ex-cavate sidewalks unless he tiles bonds to. idemuify the city for any damage to life or limb through' carelessness in con-nection with building operations. Perry Fensf erinakcr, the young man who was tried in tho Federal court yes-terday on a charge of horso stealing, was acquitted at 5 o'clock in the after-noon. The testimony uj his betrothed, jIiss Nina Osgood, saved youuj from accompanying his com-panions, Read and Marshall, to tho pen. The following persons took out mar-riage licenses yesterday and were mar-ried: John H. llyan and Mary Doylo - of San Francisco; George Hilton and Emilv Warren, botli of Stilt Lake. City, and llans M. Hansen Lund and Dagmar . Sorenson of Salt Lake City, All three couples wero married yesterday. S Commercial street is a busv thorough-fare. Yesterday the litllo Wall street was crowded; people carrying bundles, everybody asking, Whero are you going, What are you buying, and such nice gentlemanly clerks. Why of course, tho Bodega Family Wino house, VJ Commercial street. That's where I Khali certainly buy Monogram wines and my liquor's. My family 'demands it. Tho following programme has been prepared for the teachers' institute, to behold Saturday, April 12: Teachers arc expected to be prepared fo discuss the following subjects: 1 What effect will the new school law have ou our citv schools? To be opened bv Mr. Collins. 2 What effect will tlio new school law have on our country schools? To bo opened by Mr. D. K. Allen, il How to securo a school cabinet. Prof. M. E. Jones. A good attendance is as subjects of importance to ull the teachers will bo discussed. WAS IT A Ml HOUR? The llody of An Old Man Found In a fan-yo- u By Miners. A couple of miners by tho names of L. V. Kennedy and David Fenster-make- r, who have, for tho past six mouths, been engaged in the Lake Side mountains near Grantsvillc, returned to Salt Lake yesterday and told of the finding of the body of a man who had presumably been murdered. Last fall tho miners' attention was called to several abandoned miues in Vindication canyon, a short distauco from w hero they had been working. Things seemed mysterious about tho place, and about a week ago the men determined to solve the mystery if a mystery there was. And they did. Au Investigation was made, and after going down a shaft they discovered some of the old picks and shovels which had evi-dently been there for years. At the junction of the Vindicator and Cranor canyons tho two men noticed a pile of loose stonu with deer brush protruding through the rocks. Tho stones were re-moved and the skeleton of a man was found. Tho head was wrapped in an old army overcoat, which alter beiug removed, disclosed the amazing fact that the dead man's hair was as intact as if ho had but recently been mur-dered. When the announcement at Grants-villc was made of the discovery of the dead man's remains, au old man of that place said that ho believed the skeleton was that of his brother who had gone up into the mountains two years ago, and who was never heard of after-wards. Inadequate Hotel Accomodations. The Carl Hutchinson - excursion comprising 300 people will ar-rive in Salt Lake tomor-row. The party tried to secure hotel accomodations, but its efforts were f ulilo as the hotels are now so crowded that a parly of half that number of per-sons could not be accommodated if di-vided up at all the different hotels. The excursions will be obliged to re-main in their cars during their brief stay. In the case of Theodore Lovenils and others against .Elizabeth K. Wo; and others, Judgo Zane this more, granted a decree in favor of (he pi; tills for quieting the title to cert property. The Teachers Institute. The teachers' institute will be held tomorrow and the following program has been arranged for discussion: 1. What effect will the new school law have on our city schools? To be opened by Mr. Collins, 2. What effect will the new school law have on our country schools? To be opened by Mr. D. R. Allen. 3. How to securo a school cabinet. Prof. M. E. Jones. A good attendance is expected, as subjects of importance to all tho teach-ers will bo discussed. Two horses belonging toR.II. String-fello-were sold at auction yesterday by Deputy United States Marshal k. It is claimed that James N. Bulen sold the horses to Stringfellow some time last fall, and tho latter fail-ing to meet the notes when due, the mortgage was foreclosed. One of the animals, an imported stalion. sold for $;)o0, while the other, a bay mare, brought but $14. New York Money and Stocks. New York, April 11. 13 w.- -J silver, flog. Stocks, steady to firm, but goner a shade below the opening figures. Money, 4(n).. Fours', coupon, 1.22. Pacific sixes.: Central Pacific, 81; Burlington, 1 I). & R. (., 14i; Northern Pacific.1 Preferred, 73; Northwestern, New York Central, 1.07; Oregon), gation, !((; Transcontinental, cine Mail, 311; Rock Island, Wj. Louis & San Francisco, 17; SI. 31; Texas Pacific Mi; I; Pacific, 02f ; Wells-Farg- o Express. ' Western Union, 811. THEV ARE NOT WEDDED, And for That Reanon John Thompson and Mrs. Egbert Are In Trouble. John Thompson and Mrs. Betsy L. Egbert were arrested y by a United States deputy marshal on the charge of adultery aiul unlawful cohabitation. The complainant is William Thomp-son, jr., who . claims that the woman deserted her husband, John C. Egbert, February 1, and has been living in adultery with John Thompson ever since. The couple will he given a pre-liminary heariug before United States Commissioner Norrell cither tomorrow or Monday. They Will Incorporate. A meeting of the Salt Lake Rowing club was held last night in Barrett's furniture store. The purpose! of tho meeting was to discuss the advisability of incorporating. After some talk over the matter it was decided to incorporate and the initiation fee for membership was placed at $ir, with a 200 limit. The financial .condition of the club was reported as being in excellent condition, the assets being $2000. The boating season promises to be a profitable one. PLENTY OK I'lANOS. A New Enterprise Eatnbl lulled in Salt Ijlke by YotiiiK llualneaa Men. A Tim ks man this morning dropped into the office of Brown &IIcffennaii at No. 20 Commercial street. These gen-tlemen aro new comers in Salt Lake and have introduced a novel method of selling pianos. One hundred and seven-ty- live men form a club and pay two dollars down. On tho Saturday following a drawing is made. Sonic ono of tho club of course gets a piono. This is kept up each week until all are provided, no man of course drawing twice. The in-struments these gentlemen are selling retail for $500 each and aro novels of beauty, finish and lone. They are the most perfect instrument on the market today ami excelled by none. They are made by the Dewing company of San Francisco, and are among the best standard instruments of the world. All inside parts aro nickel plated, while Hie woodwork is of lumber guaranteed to stand in any climate. The Dew ing piano is a great favorite over 2000 having been sold in tho west in a,vear. There ure thousands of good, reliable people in Salt Lake City who have felt tho need of a piano for years, but havo gone without one simply o tlicy did not have the money to pay cash ami did not feel like paying the price charged for pianos sold on in-stallments. The firm will doubtless make a grand success in 'the city and they deserve lu. Everybody should call as it costs nothing to be convinced. I'robatii Court, Kstate of Karcw J. J. Knudsen, a mino; order made approving bond of guardian in the sum of OlllOO. Estate of Thomas Jovve.ll; bond of J. II. Bacon approved in tho sum of $10,-00- Guardianship of Carl W. Kricson el al., minors; order made appointing Georgo W. Parks guardian upon filing ti bond to each minor in tho sum of $200. Guardianship of Zclma Kricson, in-sane; order made appointing Georgo W. Parks guardian on liling a bond for $200. Estate of Call W. Kricson; petition for settlement of account on hoaring. Order made allowing administrator's accounts; claim of Zion Benefit Build-ing society, $280.3.'), allowed and ap-proved. Guardianship of Samuel Kersey, Mar-tha Kersey, James Kersey and William Kersey, minors; bond to each minor in the sum of $1100 approved. Estate of Edward Blair; adjourned to April 11 at 10 a.m. Estato of V. S. Clay, adjourned to April 11 at 10 a.m. Estate of Frank E. Foote; claims of A. L. Williams for $.V1. 75. and of Mrs. O. L. Brown for $1033.8S, wero ap-proved and allowed. A School niur in Who Became YVeathy. A few years ago a young lady teacher in ono of the Denver public schools purchased a few lots in ouc of the out-lying suburbs of Denver, and during the summer vacation she herself sold them at such a handsome margin of profit and so readily that she concluded to quit school teaching and turn real estate agent. She soon became ono of the most active, and shrewd realty opera-tors in that great city of agents. W ithiu two years she had 'the satisfaction of refusing a dozen or more offers f mar-riage. A similar opportunity can now be had in Salt Lake. Anv voting lad v desiring further particulars "should call atari Main street, Greene's office. Too Many Wires. Edward Crowther, who was arrested some weeks ago ou the charge of un-lawful cohobitation and who was sent to jail on account of being unable to furnish the requisite bond, will be tried Monday in the Federal court. At one time he was a Mormon, but he deserted the church and swore allegiance to the United States and became a citizen. In ac-cordance with this he abandoned his former plural wife who, it is alleged, is causing Crowther his preseut trouble. He will be defended by attorney J. M. Hamilton. A Naughty Old Man. Thomas Allsop, an old man liviug at Saudy, was arrested yesterday by a deputy United States marshal on 'tho charge of adultery, He was arraigned and pleaded not guilty. He gave bonds iu the sum of $4000 for his trial appear-ance. Allsop has already served two terms for unlawful cohabitation. Counting the Noaes, The superintendent of the census of 18U0 says that tho work of enumeration of thn dill'ereut cities and districts will havo to be completed by June 80th. Tho preliminary work, ho claims, is much in advance of that done ten years ago. "This work is now being dono in Washington City," said the superin-tendent, "whero the organization of our clerical force is so cNtensive and com-plete that within twenty days after the iast statistics come in wo will bo able to give the totals of nearly every depart-ment. We will use an electrical com-puting machine, which will do as much work iu livo hours us was formerly dono in tvvcuty-four- . We have between 500 and 000 clerks at work in Washington on the statistics which are comiug in from the different states. It was diffi-cult for us to get room enough in which to do tho work. Two hundred clerks are working in the pension bureau, and a bank building ami two new buildings havo been placed at our disposal." A New Lumber Compauy. Tho l'rovo City Lumber company filed articles of incorporation this morn-ing with Secretary Sells. Tho now company is organized with a capital stock of $15,000, divided into BOO shares of SdO each. The company will do busi-ness at l'rovo City, and is incorporated for an existence of fifty years. The off-icers of the company consist of five di-rectors from whom will bo choseu a president, secretary and treasurer at the first annual meeting. All of tho capital stock has been sub. scribed, and tho incorporators aro James Thomson, R. II. Dodd and Peter Stubbs. Mr. William Hixon, iu the office of Davis & Stringer, is the owner of 80 acres of the most choice laud in and around the tow n of Milford. the present terminus of the Union Pacific railroad, as well as the starting point of a blanch road running tin to Frisco, some 18 miles distant, and also the point from which the extension of the lino to Cali-fornia is being built. This land is some of the most valuable character iu pro- ductiveness and commercial point of view between l'rovo and Los Angeles, Cal. Iu fact, it is the onlv desirable portion of Milford for residence and business locations. It is the iutentiou of Mr. Hixon to make Milford his fu-ture home, and he will proceed at once to build a business house and residence combined. Tho growiug importance of Milford is attracting the attention of capitalists from all parts of the country.