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THIRD DISTRICT COURT. EVENING 1 NEWS. J Sf The September term of the Third District Court co same need at 11 o'clock this morning. Matthew Ure, Aaders Landin and John P. Nlmmo, allof Park City, were admltud to citizenship. Josephine M. L. de Albanian vs, Crescent Mining Company; default and IS. IBS Spt TODAT. TKAHSACTKO TUX BCarJOCSS "Saints axd Signers" at the Thea tre this evening. Ske cbaue of time in running Ctah Nevada railway trains. evening "Jim, the Pen man" will be played at the Theatre. Dr. Friu. Clawsox goes east on Wednesday, to continue his studies. B. As dkrson bad U.90 stolen from his bedroom on Commercial street last night. Two prisoners, Hogan and Williams; escaped from the city tail yard on Fri day evening. Ilogan has been recap-tare- Judgment. An open & unirt was issued for 30 grand Jurors, returnable at 10 a. m. on Wed nesday, the 15th Inst. An open ttnir for 85 petit Jurors was issued, returnable Monday, September To-morro- 20th, at 10 a. m. Wm. Naylor et al.vs. Frederick Rich default and Judgment. The remarks of the Bar Association upon the death of Adam S. Patterson were ordered placed on the Journal of the Court and published. Frank E. McQurrin was appointed official reporter, and took the oath. Morton vs. Northern Chief Mining Company: settled and dis missed. Henry Collins vs. M. M. Bane et al. default and Judgment. James Woolshaw vs. John Harker; death of defendant suggested. In the matter of the estate of Aurilla Hood, the appeal was dismissed. Henry Newell vs. Thomas Smith; appeal from Park City ; dismissed. Morrison et al. vs. Comet Mining Compauv; motian of defendant to dis solve attachment argued. The passing of Judgment on William Felstead, for polygamy and unlawful cohabitation, was set for 10 a.m. Tues d. John If. Fkkemas, whose adverIn another column, contisement tinues to serve the public with fresh fish at low prices. W. R. Palmer, Esq., business manager of the Madison Square Coojpauy, was accompanied to our office thta morning by David McKenzle, Esq. Mr. Palmer U a pleasant Igentleman to meet. In the Theatre this evening, instead of having a card with "Taken" on each reserved seat, where whole rows are occupied there will be a card on the" ends announcing "Every chair In this row is taken." HniToroRE the curtain in the Silt Lake Theatre, has n t been raised until 8:30, on account of the bathing train. But because of the leupth of "Saints and Sinners," the piece to be will rise at 8:15 played harp. Robert II HaSlam Is the proprietor of the Sixteenth Ward meat market, 617 and 519 First North Street, west, which he keeps well supplied, lie also keeps a stock of dry goods and groceries, grain, feed, etc., and his establishment Is quite a convenience in the neighborhood. A tire started In Dr. Allen's house, In the Twelfth Ward, yesterday afternoon,' originating from a defective flue. Neighbors rndtred assistance, and hand grenades and a garden hose extinguished the flames. The fire department hose cart was on hand in quick time, but was not required. day. The following are the remarks of the Salt Lake Bar Association on the de mise of A. S. Patterson, Esq., as spread on the court Journal : Uf MCXOSIAM. Mag it pleatt the Court: Death has again invaded the bar of thU court, and has this time taken on of es-its highly youngest members, and one teemed and exceedingly aief al. Adam 5. Patterson, at the time official reporter of the court, departed this life at San Francisco, California, on the tid day of in tne wa year or bis age. August, He was a native of this Territory born or scotcn parents, ana reared in tne "Mor- mon" faith. While yet a boy he renounced the faith of ma parents, ana Deing attracted to tne science of the law, commenced to study. With but a common school education, bat possessing anasaaUr quick- intellect, he speedily became proficient in legal learning and soon after be had attained his majority was admitted to tne uar. Meantime be had studied aai practiced the stenographic art, and qualified himself as shorthand reporter. thoroughly Well equipped as he was for successful or the the work law, he practice ot law reporting, and inpreferred that capacity most of as have known him best. lie was possessed of those traditional Scottish traits clear Judgment, keen wit, ana steadfast menasnip in urge measure. He was courteous, genial, obliging, honorable aud generous to a fault. Ills early taking off is sad indeed, but in the economy of f a tare sad thing-- as as foyfal must happen, and we should wise ly earn to bow to Nature's high behests , nearis. To the bereaved family, parents and friends of our departed profesasioaal brother, wo tender our sincereioondolence and heartfelt sympathy. We deeply regret ma eariy departure irom our miait ana win wuu anectionute regard eheriaa his m - LOCAL NEWS. A free A Free Entertainment. entertainment will be given in the 19th Ward school boaaa under the auspices of the T. L. M. I. A., an Tuesday evening, September 14th. The entertainment Will CODSiat Of sloping, recitations and readings from the lately published work, "Ballads of Life." s u-e- I witn-numoi- e orr. And now, may It theTJourt, we ask that this address beplease placed upoa the Jour Court; (hat it be published In the communication from William Gibby, nal f this Journals of this and that copies ward clerk, Informs ns that on Sunday public thereof be presented tocity; tne family and pa- or afternoon, September 12tb, Farmers rents tne ueceasea. CRIMINAL CALENDAR. Ward, of Salt Lake Stake, was reor- ganUed. Henry F. Barton was or Th United States cases to h triad dalned and set apart as Bishop, with at this term are as follows, to be taken John GabboU and William Wagstaff as up on the dates named : Farmers Wartl Reorganized. A i k counselors. MONDAY, SB FT. 20. Stabblng Affray at Butte. The town of Butte, Montana, was consider ably excited last Saturday by the subbing of a man named Schlesinger by another named Izen. Tho former was cut and gashed in a shocking manner, but up to last accounts It was uncertain whether or not his wounds would prove fatal. The stabbing was done during a fight over a sum of money claimed by Schlesinger from Izen, ' in connection with a poker game. Clever Invention. Mr. J. J. Saell brought with him from his recent vlst to San Francisco a yery novel and quite useful invention, entirely new to this community. It Is a combined tack hammer, claw hammer, monkey wrench, pipe wrench, screw driver and socket wrench, the whole apparatus being about the siz. of a man's flager, but as capable and useful as though each department were by Itself and three times as large as the whole. Those who attended the performance at the Opera House on Saturday evening, went awar in high dudgeon, and with the feeling-stron- gly expressed in some lnstances-rth- at they had once more been "taken in ;" decidedly so. As to the character of the entertainment advertised, webai no words: of commendation; men could spend their money and time to much better advantage, even in the patronage of athletic tournaments, ,wnich are, in the absence of brutality-- generally unobjectionable. But there Is but little sympathy to be felt for those who patronize any kind of show when the ex perlences of the past make it reasonably cerUla that they are not going to see what they pay for. Tne Flstlo Encounter. United States, vs. Richard Warbur- one ton; unlawful cohabitation; count. United States vs. James Dunn; uniawinicoDaoitaiion; tnree counts. United States vs. Jonas Lindberg; mree counts. nniawiuiconauitauon; United States vs. Andrew Hansen; uniawiui conaoitation; tnree counts. T PES DAY, SEPT. SI, United 8tates; vs. Charles M. Berg- strom; unlawful cohabitation; Ave ; counts. United States vs. John Tate ; unlaw- iai conaoitauon; zour counts. United State vs. James Hlggins; uniawiui conaoitation ;.ave oomw. .Jenssnt-a- n. UnKedStata lawful cohabitation; five counts. - , -- Cl WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22. United States vs. i Homer Duncan; unlawful cohabitation: one count. United states vs. wm. Jeffs; unlaw ful cohabitation; four counts. United States vs. Hvrnm P. Folsom: uniawiui conaoisaiion ; one count. United states vs. wm. W. Ualbralth: unlawful cohabitation ; oneouat. THURSDAY, Unitrd States vs: Thomas F H. Morton; unlawful cohabitation; one count. United mate vs.- James Eardley: unlawful cohabitation; one count United States vs. Joseph H. Dean; unlawful cohabitation; one count -- FRIDAY, SEPT. St. United States vs. Wlllard L. Snow: uniawiui conaoitation ; tnree counts United states vs. Nathaniel V.Jones acd Frank Treseder; bribery. united states vs. Frederick A Cooper; unlawful cohabitation; one count. United States vs. Charles Livingston : uniawiui. conaoiuuon; tnree indict ments. United States vs. David W. Leaker: uniawiui conaoitation; one count. United States vs. C. C Anderson; passing counterfeit money. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23. To-mdrr- to-da- - : , y. : y I . yoni :tcsay, l. t . . 8ZPT. 16. THURSDAY, The People vs. M. McLaughlin selling liquor without license; motion to dismiss. The People vs. Heber West; resort of motion to ing to house dismiss. Clarissa E. T. Johnstone vs. Emma McMar: demurrer. Freemont National Bank vs. Georze Hock: motion to dissolve attaenmene Frank Hoffman et ai. vs. i nomas a Francis et al.; motion for new trial. ill-fa- FRIDAY SEPT. 17. H. .THO n F.AUERBACH&BRO at DIXWOODEY'S. Ladles. If you wish to see a beaotl ful line of Dress Trimmine. Embroid ered Robes, and New Dress Good's don't fail to call at. The Walker Bro.'s Co. TIM Htadebskera' Branca Have lust received a car load of The Morrison Steel. Hand and Sulkv Plows, also Wler Steel. Hand and Sulky Flows, also South Bend Chilled flows narrows, nay Kates. We have also secured the agency for the celebrated vasaune stand ard Wagon and Carriage Grease. This condensed and strictly Pure Pe trolenm Jelly possesses all the Lubricating. Softening. Preservative and healinir properties of the other well known and familiar grades, differing from them only in melting point as it OUR JM1 Woyelties For Carriage and Light ARE BEING RECEIVED DAILY! S Wagon For Sores. Scalds Burns. FIRST GOME. FIRST ATION. NEPHI ON THE 10TH INST. THE CONTENTION AT Our t orrespondent at Nephl, Juab county, sends the following relative to the Wool Growei s' Association, under date of Saturday, September 11th: ue Wool The convention of Growers' Association of Southern Utah completed an organization lat evetveg. me subscribers to date repiesent ei.wra sneep, in value iso,ouu. omcers tor tne Association were elected as follows : J. H. Efckson, President. Edwin Booth. Kdwln Booth. A. A. Cahoon. Thos. Collins, T. W, Kos, Jr., David Wright, L. J. Jordan. John Lo wry. Qeoras C Bean, O. W. Bean, Titos, fiuat, John 11. seeley, Directors. J x. unnton, secretary and rreas ure. E. H. Booth, Assistant Secretary. The oolect of the association is far the purcnase and sale of wool, hides. pens, etc,, witn Headquarter at Nepal, Utah. That city is cuosen for head quarters on account of Its central lo cation. Owners of sheep all over the the Territory winter their flocks on the Desert, west ana southwest of Nephl, and as the snow melts away near spring, they gradually more saat and north to their shearing grounds, many thousands, being shorn near Nephl. i am iniormea Dy me u tan central Railway that there was shipped from Nephl, during four months of the season last past, 1,371,000 pounds of wool. We well know that middle men have made a profit of from Ave to ten cents per pound this season, which means that the who shinned from Nephl alane have given away, at the lowest estimate, $68,500. 1 ne association is composed of solid men who have gained their flocks by persistent toll, and having already middle-me- n, to now fortunes paid propose to consolidate their energies and harvest their honest earnings. it is tne ODiect oi tne Association to handle the business with the least possible expense, to obtain the actual value, including the profits hitherto by middle and commission enjoyed men, on all sales, and to pay to the wool growers the net profit. It Is thought that before the next season the Association will represent 200.e00 sheep, and next year will handle at least 2,000,000 pounds of wool. mere is no doubt that tne Associa tion is a success, and will be of great benefit to all parties interested. Vice-Preside- wool-growe- nt. M Our Assortment of Novelties for Fall will be the Largest and Most Attractive ever slioum in this city. rs utan. Constitution Kullding. 5,000 pes. Flannel. I0,0001bs. Woolen Yarns. 1.000 doz. Mens' Woolen Socks. I.OOO doc. Women's and Children's gtoeltln&s. I,000 pes. Cassiineres. BOO pea. Jeans and Tweeds. 250 pen. Ltnsey and Flan At JL. M Pctmsa's, The only Norwegian dealor in, Salt Lake City, is the only place in town wnere you can get the genuine Nor way and Holland herring. Norway anchovies and split codfish. A full assortment of first-claat groceries lowest prices. Produce taken in ex 67 K. No. Third South Street. change. half block east of Methodist Cburch. ss At Farmlngton. BEDROOM SETS, the latest and nobbiest. See them at SORSNSCX tb CARLQUIST8, 118 Mais Street. ROLLS VTE PAPER un Market Raw. No. 74. kAna Ant class article of everr thine in the rjaxery Line, uroceries, irults and rairaeailna guaranteed vegeiaoies. w wen s "uoox uoox ana useru jrs. House bold Hints" far sale. nail in ana see a copy. BoehJea's TBI BKST SaIVK in be wnrM tnr L ut : NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS remedy for DIAR- U ABE ATTENTION. DiEHD. HEVEB BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! BSTABLISHH3D 1864. SPECIAL WRAP SALE! We hare a fow of last season's Wraps, In Bilk, Velvet, Brocaded and Also, a feTT Two-tone- d. Ulsters and Newmarkets which wo will offer F.AUERBACH&BRO They Styles at these prices. CHHOEB, Is la demand. People la all sections of the country know that it is One of the most efficient remedies in use.' Tbe valuable of BLACKBEBBT ana jamproperties BOOTS are ail; A ULNUKK In It. so that ell combined skilfully dlseasee of - the. bowel YIELD HBaJLULY to its influence. CtaUls aa r.li FIT Iff WMl All this years goods, which will be sold at tSc, on the $i, Oa, BROS. CO Willi to inform their Customers, that they liave WE HAVE A FEW RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT SUMMER SILKS Left, which we are selling atflUc. on the tl.OO, to make a clean, sweep of them. OF THOSE X Men's White Shirts oO Cem cts. Eacli! eur tktm befer and mXt i 1 - g- - Xou is the ojiportunMj tit sccaro a DAnGAIS Call nnl see for yoiiraclTe. t& Tliee Gooda mnt to sold ( mske room for fh lloiiTy Fall and Winter Purcliniea tknt Mr. I. Chn is now maliinr; la 3Tew York. i an told. PRICES OUT CLOSING OS ALL (S-OOB- S PartlcTxIar HEN'S -- attention Is called to our line BOYS' AND STRW of! CHTLBBEX'S special Ani nlitickiit HATS! I DB GOODS .Jf' in all DfisiraMo Fabrics PJR1CES! V I 1 i ' V! : . To secrire BALIG AINS LACES, PARASOLS, call early. UNDERWEAR, CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, BOOTS AHD SHOES, CARPETS, s ffle Sgeedy Clearance r"t Our Stock of BQOTS,' SHOES and SLIPPERS f Is colnleto wlill the Latest Styled and Best Braiids, uusurq aus- jtrices tnuL faction, i.. Before htiyinff and' - i? oeo for yourseliV. - : io ..IV.-. .... ..(V., . M at Fiicos l Q 1 ! , ' vrt S ,'. - 1 ; -- i .... . i,-- 1S in Slee-'Bitt- al-- r 1 I In order to CLOSE; OUT tho balance of our Siimiiicr Htoblr oi HATS and CAPS, woiarp offeriiiff them at GREATJUY lDUCKD ALL GREATLY REDUCED in PRICE You cannot afford to waste time Hr.; D. Lr WUcoxsob of Ilorie Cava, Ior meny with Phthisic, alsoyears.badly Diabetes t were almost unendurable f sometimes and would almost throw er Wmtntpeonvuleions. He tried and got relief from the first bottle and after lakin hmttlma. wan entirely cured, and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he poaittvely eUevea he would have died, lad It not iur um rauci anoroed oyauectric at t tu7 cents a botUe 35. C U. X' , Prog Qtora.; f. v. i Deal lfh : SPRING or FALL WRAPS: BROWN'S BXACKBEBBT AND rlta. Discoverv for Consnmntion. Conghe and Colds, but be sure yon gvt me necauso ne can maxe moregenuine profit he may tell you ha ha something lust as good, or Just the same. Don't be deceived, but Insist upon getting Dr. Sing's New Discovery, which is guaranteed to give relief in ail Throat, Lung and Chest affections. Trial Bottles Free at Z. C. u.I. Drug Store. ..... at 75c. on the $1.00. are Good and aro REAL BARGAINS WE ALSO HAVE A eompjainta, Fever. Halarta. "Many cases oi fever and ague, dumb ague and congestive chills were arrested and entirely banish promptly ed bv tbe naa of RtmimM Vlma. lator. Yon don't say half enough in regard to the efficacy of this valuable In cases of ague, lntermltent Dress Goods. Embroidered Robe a. medicineetc. fevers, Every case haa been arCombinations and Dress Trimmings la rested Immediately. I was a sufferer all latest novelties. and lor Years With the llvr Th WaxxiRBao.'iCor only found. relief by using the Bega la experimenting when yoirlanga are la danger. Consumption always 'seems at first, only a cold. Do not sennit any dealer to Impose 'upon yon with soma cneap uniiavion oi ur. juag'a New DRESS GOODS! mil RHOEA, DYSENTERY and aU bowel liin. I MAIL ORDERS BXCEITS PROMPT bm. The Horse Friend Snlkv Plow. Th cheapest, strongest, and lightest draft BUiy now in toe market, it la en dorsed by tne best farmers in the counErery oae ahoold tart a, bottto e try. Call and see it at Z. C. M. I. and its Branch Stores, and at 111 to I2i S . BBOWH'g DLACKBKEET AND Third West St, GHTOBB ISAXjT lAKJI "OVWDBY ft M'r'o Co. oa hand. Bold by all Drngglste at 60 How manv ceonle ruin their stom. achs by swallowing cold drinks on a hot summer day, when they could avoid all danger by adding 10 drone of besides Imparting Angostura Bitters, aeiicions navor vo tueir summer beverages. ETr.i 11111.1 and Honest Prices before yarcnaslnf elsewhere. Oar orders for botb Woolen and. Cotton Goods were placed before tne late material advance in prices, and we are prepared to (tive buyers both Wholesale and Retail the benefit thereof. jjever Bores, Tetter, itaeuro, Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and Chapped all Skin ana positively cures mies. brnpiioas, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perffct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price rents per box. M 1 FUR at Z. C. EANCY SILKS, R. K. THOMAS BUYERS will do well to inspect our Immense Stock WHOLESALE Cut. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt SALE &g VELVETS, In Great Variety for HAVE NO HOOM FOB OLD GOODS. We appreciate old friends old customers, and Invite as many new ones as will stud their own Interest by examining the QUAUTT and PRICE of our Goods. CARPETS, At DINWOODET'S and established I. A. Hatks, a carpenter, had h shop broken into last night, and some tools stolen. Among them were two planes, a ratchet brace and set of bits. two cross-csaws, saw, lock saw, oil stone, augur, files,rip etc. ! 5000 PIECES ust arrived, also an extensive line of have you? AT PARKY & Co's. Mr. Barkdall Three. I will give all the evidence necessary. I don't mean For BEDS and BUREAUS. Cheap to go back on my family. est and Best, go to Commissioner How many children bORSKSEH & CARLQITIST'S, 118 Main Street. has your first wife? Mr. Barkdall She has never had any For latest styles of SIDEBOARDS commissioner How many have the SORKKSKK A CaRLQUIST'S, gO tO others? lie Main Street. Mr. Barkdall They have three each : the youngest of each family a little COAL 1 COAX! CO Ala I over two years of age. Rock Spring, Weber, Commissioner When were you car ley and Ked Canyon All the Coais sold ried to your first and last wives? In the Salt Lake market. Our Weber Mr. Barkdall I married my first is from the celebrated Grass Creek mines and we ere mining better coal Wife 35 years ago; the last was 10 or 1 than over before. No other Weber years since.. brought to this market on compare The defendant's bonds were fixed at with it. All our coals are nicely $1,500, the stketies coming down from screened ana cleaned. Coal Department, Union Pacific Rail Farmlngton. way Company. The deputies searched a "number of A. J. Gummxx, Agent. Office, Wasatch Corner booses in the settlement but found no one else they wanted. At this season of the year, the old VTAHUVCXTIOa. AT ANY PRICE 7 o'clock this morning Deputy Marshal Smith arrested Peter Barkdall .at the latter's home In Farmlngton, Davis County, and brought him to this city. The accused requested that his family be permitted .to remain at home, and offered to give all the testimony that was necessary in the case, but this was refused: The complaint filed before Commissioner McKay chargea the de fendant with having, from September l, 1883, to August 1, 1888, lived with, as his wives, Mrs. El len Louisa Meadows Barkdall, Barkall and Polly Meadows Barkdall. The document Is sworn to by Daniel W. Bench. To the reading of the complaint Mr. Barkdall replied: "lam guilty." Commissioner How many wlvea ! PLUSHES, - AUKRBACHS' KEEP COOL The CKNTKJTNIAf, BKFBiGEBATOB took the Gold Medal at the World's as the one using LESS ICEExhibition, and keeping things Ci OLE K than anv other. See it at Sorkkskn A Carlo uist'8. lltt Main Street. L 3L. (C LOAKS EANCY GOODS MUST GO New Carpets from 25 cents ner vard Curtains and Portieres. W. B. at OUR SUMMER nel Sheeting. 500 Shawls. lOO doc Overahirts and Undershirts. At Wholesale or Retail. Mens Suits made to order. $18.00 to $23.00, from ProTo cloth. John Cutler A Bro. A- - S3 and As a Hoof Ointment It has a widely established reputation. For tick in sheep it is a perfect remedy destroying the grub without injuring the fleece. JSTPot up in 1 rt. tin-- i only, each our trade mark and signature bearing of the Inventor. Manufactured only by the Globe Lubricating Co.. IN. x for Studebaker Bros. Manufacturing t;o . wholesale agents, salt iaKe Ulty, 33000 ! . tive. At CARPETS! CLOTHING BUY Home-mad- e Woolen Goods this Fall from the Proro Hills Agency, John C. Culler dc Bro.. No. HO Old THE WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCI ( CHOICE ! P. Mason et al. vs. Louis Oviatt: Chapped Hands it is cooling and cura demurrer. Franklin C. Thurston et. al. vs. Her man LI ill et al.: demurrer. Salt Lake County vs. Diik Bockbolt: aemurrer. ' United States-o- f America vs. II. S two and Franc s Eldredge cases : suit xor oonds oi siu.uw in each case, fer holding by commissioner of George Q. Cannon, on charges of un .lawful cohabitation. Dickson & Varian for the plaintiff: F.S. Richards. Le Grand Young and Sbeeka & Rawlins lor defendant; aemnrrer. Ij Ij 18861 IF-A- . ,3 many degrees higher. Axles, the high melting point guaranbubs in anv climate and O. F. Culmer et al. vs. Nell Neilson tees cleanwaste from dripping by the prevents et al. ; demurrer. action of heat, and will not travel like Kate Martha vs. E.E. Theriot et al Castor or other liquid oils, thus predemurrer. venting injury to the underside of the The People vs. N. P. Gray; selling axle aim from dust or grit. liquor without a license; motion to dismiss. For all kinds of Agricultural Imule Thomas Hosevear vs. Mary Jane ments it is the most practical and sat Rosevear: demurrer. lubricant Known. Edward T. Kgan vs. James T. Clas- - isfactory and Enameled goods, it Leather For m demurrer, by; Is softening and preservative, resisting SATURDAY, SKPT. 13TH. the effects of rain, cold, or animal Charter Oak Life Insurance Co. vs salts when applied upon a clean and M. T. uisbojn et al.; motion for new dry surface. trial. ii A CAB LOAD Of CHEAP BEDROOM STITES, as low as 8M.OO a set, and other goods in proportion. Call and see them - Arrest SEPT. 23. United States-vs- . Isaac Pierce; unlawful cohabitation ; five Counts. vs. United States Jos. Blunt; un lawful cohabitation : one count. To be Sentenced United States vs. Henry Arnold ; unWilliam Felstead, who had entered a lawful cohabitation; four counts. MONDAY," SEPT. 37. pUa of guilty to the Indictmept chargunlawful and him with polygamy ing United states Tvs. John Gillespie; cohabitation, was called In the Third uniawiui conaoitation; two counts. United States vs. Amos H. Neff ; un to receive senDlstilct Court y cohabitation: two counts. tence. He requested that Judgment be lawful L'fi'.ted States vs. Thos. Lee; unlawdeferred another week, inconsequence ful cohabitation; three counts. United States vs. Clark Higby; unof his being In ill health. lawful cohabitation; one count. the extension Mr. Dickson opposed r RID AY, OCT. 1. of time and said if Mr. Felstead chose to promise obedience to the law he was United States vs. Orson P.Arnold; willing to have Judgment suspended. uuiawiui conaoitation; tnree counts. If be would not make the promise, be Tho following-offense- s against the " would oppose the continuance. are statutes territorial set for also ' The Court said that, as the defendtrial: ant had voluntarily entered a plea of TUESDAY, 6EPT. 28. guilty, sentence would be defer re 4 unRto.1dard Frank vs. . People i - io j e. til to morrow. Peeple vs. Joseph Ladd and Vr&nfe Liockbardt; burglary. People vs Luson Adams; petit lar- The Snell Cae. Th. application ceny. of John W m. Snell, for release from WEDNESDAY, SETT. 29. custody, was called up before ComPeople vs. Chas. F. Rose; grand larmissioner JlcKay this moraing. Mr. ceny. Snell has served a six months term of People vs. Walter Sims s assault. People vs. John Welch and William Imprisonment and 30 days additional for the fine and costs Imposed, for the Keiliy; boosebreaklns;. offense ot living with more than one THURSDAY, 8XPT. 90. Wife. This morning, when questioned vs. F. A. Wyman : embezzle People relative to his property, be stated that ment. People vs. J. B. Kellogg; grand larbe was bankrupt, ais property being ; . ceny. DortgtgedY bat be could not sty bow People Vs. Elbridge Tufts; assaolt his assets and liabilities compared. He with a deadly weapon, lth latent to had made no statement of his affairs ao ooaiiy narm. a ad could not say whether be actually FRIDAY, OCT. 1. wned any property above his Indebtedness or not. The ease) was convs. Brian O'Briani assault people tinued until 3 o'clock this afternoon, with a deadly weapon, with Intent to opao ooduy harm. that the applicant might have annsmnportunity of finding out what his People vs. Claries Neilson; mancial condition was. j i slaughter. People vs. Alexander Herron; extor tion. Was a There PoUea Court. larger SATCBPAT, OCT. SI grist than usual in: Judge iPyper's vs. Walter official murder Is the People court Following In the first degree. Hewlett; score at the latest writing : embezsle-ment. People vs. Albeit Bates Joseph Boston, vagrancy. $73. John Williams, same, $20, LAW AXD MOT10H ClLlNDAB. Edward Riley, same, f90. Tt e following cases are set far argu John Baker, same. SO. . Burt, drunk and prolanoj$10. men t during the present week : ; ; A. Boa, drunk and profane, left J.for ' tKTT. 13. . $30 MOPAY, security; O. T. Gregory, drunk. Plea not E. J. Travis vs. Salt Lake Lime and 7.w. guilty. Trial. GotltyrFteed , Flui; Company: demurrer. H drunk. j Alex. Kairar, al. vs. Robert Mulball et 15 F.jAuerbaeb left f profane,! Sunderland, John et ai. ; motion to retax costs. j and forfeited it. C.IK. Mltchenei vs. P. Edward ConPeter Anderson and jUW. iDubley nor i demurrer. conduct, for last driving and disorderly $10 'i .( axrT. pleaded guilty ' andj wera,: fined i - ' tacb. The Bank London of Utah vs. C. U. Frank Neslen, drank, I motion for new trial. drunk and profane, Qilbterson: Jones, Loring A. Ketehum ys. Daniel DaYldC Jit4 a trial and got it. f He also go: sonl demurrer, i TUeff to the extent $30. J ward E. Egan ys. Mammoth Min Wm. Carter, for Yagrancr f ingEdcompany; aemurrer. to-da- ; Augustus N. Eddy et al. vs. Elwin A Ireland: motion for new trial. J Morgan Mining Company vs. John cases; aemnrrer to com laiy:nve Dlalnt In intervention. u. u. AicuauKunn vs.ueo. a. xaeears ; demurrer. - WEDNESDAY, 8IPT. 15. Andrew f! Brixen vs. .Southern Pacific Company: demurrer. Frederick Crowton vs. J. T. Lynch motion lor new tiiai. D. C. McLaughlin vs. Frank Mc Laughlin et al.; two cases; de murrer. Thomas McBride vs. Joseph Baker et al.: motion zor new trial. Morris Dusseldorf et al. vs. Ontario Silver Mining Company; demurrer. ! - ; mm 4 H0 t ..3" if .3 GEORGE DUHORD. ! !