BRIGHAM'S BEAUTIFUL BORE.
Ann Eliza Secures $100 Per Month Temporary Alimony From the Boss of the Harems—. Other Litigation.
SALT LAKE, July 31.— Judge Shaffer this morning decided, in the divorce case of Ann Eliza vs. Brigham Young, awarding temporary alimony at the rate of $100 per month from June 28, 1873, amounting in all to $3,600, instead of the $500 per month awarded by Judge McKean, Brigham's previous payment of $500 being the first month's allowance of alimony, was ordered by Judge Shaffer to be devoted to the expen-ses of the suit. No additional counsel fee was ordered to the $3,000 already paid. Defendant was given 30 days to pay, when if not paid execution will be issued upon his property. Shaffer holds, contrary to Judge Lowe, that the matter can be reached in this way. This is the seventh decision made in this case by six different judges. It is thought Brigham will pay the money within the time prescribed.
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