From Mr. Codman's book on Utah : " I was astonished to hear polygamy advocated by ladiea of education and refinernent ; araong thom a school teacher who strongly favored it, perhaps becanse she was no longer young. At a hotel where I was staying, I met a young married lady of one of the first families of Salt Lake.- Two of hor intitnate friends were with her. One day, when they woreoutof the room, she asked mo, 'What do you think of A 't' 'Sbeisa charming girl,' I replied, ' Indeed' she is,' exclaimed Mrs. B . ' I do wish B [her husband] would niarry her; I should so like to have her with me all the time !'" The Secretary cf the Treasury has directed the Assistant Treasurer at New York to sell $1,500,000 in gold on the first and third Thursdays each, and $100,000 in gold on the seoond and fourth Thursdays each, or $5,000,000 during the month of June. There ia no direction for the purchase of bonds.