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2 THE SALT LAKE TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1890. j Exporting Rapid Talk. J ".Speaking of rapid talkers makes van Ihiiik of the time I was gent to report a lecture by Henry Ward Pfcher," said tiio mayor's privao aecretary, Tom O'Neill, at the Progs club the other day. "I was something of a stenographer and ' had always been able to keep paco with every man I had been asuiguod to take. So, with no misgivings. I sharpened my pencil and took ray seat at the reporters' table and waited for tbo distinguished (limine to begin. The subject was 'Evo-lution,' which, in those days, I knew ab-solutely nothing about. Well, he started in, and for a minute everything went all right. The second minute he took a spurt, and I found myself pushing my pencil at a high rate of speed. Tiie third minute ho put on more steam and I had to writo to fast my pencil got hot and came near setting tho paper afire. The fourth minute he spurted again and I was lost. He kept on spurting until at last ho struck his gait. "Heavens! bow he talked. No manu-script. No notes. He just stood up there by his desk with one hand on it, the other by his side. His mouth was open, and without changing tho expression of his face or moving a muscle the words came rolling out one after another like drops of lead from the summit of a shot tower." Chicago Journal. 'THE BABOO OF BENGAL." (THE GHASTLY TOWERS OF SILENCE ' .WHERE THE DEAD ARE PLACED. jTie Pane In His Home A Study of the Xoroastrian Thnory of Religion A Long fcorrival Towers Which Hove Stood Two Hundred Tear. , They looked so human with their gen-;tl- e eyes, so like other people, whether they Italked Guzerati or English, whether one isaw them in the market place-- or at a :roeot, that it was difficult to believo this 'horror of thern. Yet it was true, for there were the facts and statistics in a little hand book in the reading room of tho hotel, facts and statistics of yesterday and today and not of any remote period of This as to time; and as to place not three miles from whero we 6at, on the topmost point of Malabar hill, an eminence which also bore tho xesidenco of Lord Eeay, govenor of the Bombay presidency. We a3kcdthe hotel manager, who was a Tarsee, if he had ever visited the spot. He shook his head and shrngged his shoulders just as an Englishman might nave done talking of rthe churchyard or the family vaults. "Parsees go only once," he said, "and ithon they aro carried." But ho advised us to go; all tourists did, he said; and he know tho secretary, ho would get us iticketa. OH THE BILL. I So we arranged to drive the next morn-ing very early, to see tho Towers of Si- - ilnnRA rA Malnhar hill, whither tIia Tna living bear the Parseo dead, bidding thorn a more utter farewell than is conceived iby any other people of any other creed on tartlu Two native soldiers 6tood ia the flueea's uniform at the gate, and looked at us with surprise. It was late ia. the ceaeoa and early in the day far people who wanted to see the century okt eight jthey protected from the over coriooa. I Louis went up to one of them with and showed him our passes. He ishook his head and said something fa his own tongue. Noither of ns understood lit, in f.llA VATV lnticf T Tifr,At1l.arl a nlin.u jwhich I had carefully concocted on the way from a "Handbook of Hindostanee" purchased in Calcutta, and which I in-tended to mean "We wish to see the Tow-ers of Silence." But the man only looked at his fellow and grinned. I tried an-other phrase and yet another, but com-prehension did not come. Then I reflect-ed that perhaps the language of tho Baboo of Bengal was not necessarily that of the native "Tommy" of Bombay, and later investigation proved this to be the case. Finally one of the men pointed with his gun to a small house near by, and nodded his head violently as Louis made as if she would knock. Bo she knocked loudly and presently there appeared, in blink-ing undress, a very short, stout old Par--1 see, who instantly retreated again. We then sat down beneath a mango tree and waited events. I The old Parsee was not long in reap-pearing, tall red cap and gown, and gir-dle and all. In his hand he carried a large key, with which he beckoned to us to follow him. He went up the steps, unlocked the gate and let us in. The road still ascended before us through the outskirts of a tropical garden, and we climbed to another iron gate, which the old Parsee unlocked. There we stood in tho dead calm of early morning, with the yellow light in the eastern sky threat-ening every moment to break into flame, in a strange place. Flowers bloomed around us, those crimson and purple flowers of the tropics that are all sense and no soul. Bordered paths led in neatly kept, and clumps of trees did their best to give the spot shadow and sentiment We were not looking at the flowers, but at five strange, round, white structures that rose at a little distance, divided from us byawall, 'in the midst of heavy massea of trees. Tbo oldest of them had been there 200 years, with never a profanation of its name or office a tower nf nilmr. .n that time. The others had been added as they were needed. Thoy were not vaults nd they were not cemeteries, yet their Ifcusiness was with the dead, BY ORDEK OF ZOEOASTKE. i They first arose 8,000 years ago by (command of Zoroaster, as yon doubtless (know, thus: The elements, said Zorons-Ite- r, aro sacred as symbols of the therefore deity, should never be contaminated jor defiled. Neither earth nor fire nor fwater should serve a Parsee after death (bad made him acorrupt thing. His body should be placed on a tower, high above jail human habitations, that living men khould not be polluted by it, and no foot enter there but those of it bearers, who nhonld leave it and come away. And Jthe towers of Zoroaster's thought, 8,000 groars ago, were the towers with the latest sanitary improvements, that stood (before us in the year of grace 1889, which jgives one an idea of the teal meaning of jeonservatism.i b We saw a model of the structures (shown in the garden, and understood it (With the help of the hotel hand boot. They are built of solid black granite, and covered with whito cheenam. Inside is ;a circular platform, divided into threo ishallow receptacles with footpaths the outer row for males, the next !for fomales and the inner for children. IThree is the notable number of tho fol-lowers of Zoroaster, reminding them of the cardinal precepts of their "good thoughts," "good words," "good deeds." Every Parsee wears a white woolen girdle of triple coil for-it- e daily suggestion and ho carries out the idea to the last. Tho corpse bearers are ja separate class, prepared by certain ceremonies, and forced to live apart from the rest of the Parsee com-Imuni- ty because of the impurity which Itheir office is supposed to contract for Ithem. ' In compensation the work is higlily ipaid. They carry the body, swathed in ja sheet, to its receptacle, and lay it there without any clothing whatever. "Naked Wo come into tho world," said Zoroaster, 'Vand naked we ought to leave it." Then the corpse bearers go away, and the vul-tures come, and in ten minutes there is a clean picked skeleton whore they left what had been a man or woman tho day before. Ia a fortnight or so the same bearers return, and gather up the bones with iron tongs, and throw them into a well in the middle of the Tower of Si-lence, which is their fund resting plaoe. Conduits lead from this place to undor-groun- d wells, provided with double fil-ters of sand and charcoal and sandstone, for the purification of the rainwater fall-ing .upon the bones, before it the earth.. That is tho entire system; its simplicity is ghastly. Sara J. Duncan i JJntreal BW. BUSINESS DIRECTOR V. jTuT JACOBS & CO., : Real Estate Dealers. 147 Progress Bn lli 'lmr, tor sate residence property inaJ J g arta nf the tit . also choice bargains in bunion H sad farm property. 1 II. ('. LETT & SOX, j Don lor in Ileal Kstnrp, City and Country, No. Sonth Main HlrecL opposite the Walker Hons, lialt Lake City. THE MIOLAM) INVESTMENT C K Barcyiins in Kent Estate, Loans and Insur tu6. Main Street . i: w7ii7 whiteXco Real Estate and Minirnr Brokers. No. ? tost South gtrml, Salt Lake City, Utah.. . . . S. 0. nrjRTON, JJt, J. A. GBOEillKCK. W.B.ANm IB H BURTOX, GROESBECK & CO. Renl Estate, No. Ki9 Main Stroet, Bait L ill 8 Utah. Notary in office. Telephone , I6t . it. m". JOHXSOJi & CO., Estate; Ixmids, Wines. Irrigation nit' Manulacturing, 23 West Kirst South Btre tf.. HAY1LAS1) & DEJiBYj Civil Engineers sndSnrrcyors. Additions n:A ami platted, Jfooma, till and H15 l'r. cress Building; P.. O. Box 7, fctult Lako Cit.r, Utah. . k7m. B1E1E, FRENCH- - HAIR DRESSER,. An'l Manufacturer of STYLISH HAIR GGODS, ttoom 10, h Building,, Rait Lake City, Utah. Take the Elevator. WlTlTEljlMEBr" Architects andlSuperintendents. Rooms 410, 411 Progress Block, Salt Lake City. IF. ADERBACH & BROS. " WILL SHOW ON Monday, March 10th Spring Importations in Varions Departments, " including .." j Addifionai Novelties in Silk and Dress Goods. NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY, and among those already in we can Boast of THE FINEST LINE 0? FRENCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS Ever brought to this city. Also a beautiful and varied assortment of Zephyr Cloths. 'We have taken particular pains r i with our Carpet Department I 'flUHfr ' I I fill fill lTinil We only request an inspection I jlllr1 Mr A r : of our handsome Axminster, IIIEl llllllll 1 1 1 1 1 I i Moquette, - Velvet, - Body UUiJJUl JJUJJU1 LlILUilL Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, and you will admit that they are the best and cheapest in town. DR ROOT Allfl CUflC BEPAETEST 0W COMPLETE, and j OI.UL We ire prepared to Fit all feet and pockets. J W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENT 209 Main Street, Just North of Postofflce." RESIDENCES. No. 197. 2x10 rods, new house of 5 rooms, 4 South, East , ; No. 231. 2j0 rods-roo- new adobe house, flowing well, First south and Eighth west No. 239. 50x115 ft brick house, Fourth south, bet 5th ar.d 6th west No. 240. 2j'x8 rods, nice brick house, No. 241. 25x141 ft., new frame house, City Park Subeivision "D".. No. 218. 5x10 rods, email house, corner 5th and K streets. Na 211. 3x10 rods, house, 3d South bet.7th.fe 8th East . . No. 205. 76x165 ft, house, completely furnished, 8th South be-tween 6th and 7th East. .. No. 217. 5x10 rods, small hous , er J and 6th streets No. 182. 4il0 rode, hou e, 6th East, north of 3d South ' No. 179. 3x5 rods, brick house of 5 rooms, 3rd street ' No. 172. 5x5 rods, new brick house, 1st, between L and M streets.. No. 171. 4x10 rods, small house, 3rd West, between 7th and 8th South. .... No. 167. 2xl0 rod's, new frame house, 4th East, between 5th and 6th South... No. 161. 2x12, brick house, barn, etc, 6th East, between 2d A 3d South No. 162. 2x10 rods, brick house, 7 rooms, barn, cellar, city water, etc., East Bench.. . No. 163. 2)x10 rods, 4 room Briok house, flowing well.... ....... , No. 7. iyt ilO, 4 room House on North Bench . VACANT PROPERTY. Cheapest Lots in the city in Lake View subdivision on 9th North st, block from car line. '' Lots in Kimball Subdivision, 10 blocks from P. O. $850 apair. No. 195. Lot 3, Block 103, Plat D t No. 242. 10x10 rods corner Eleventh East and Third South S. and E. front $500 holds this SO days........ No. 203. 20x7) rods, corner 9th north and 5th west, per rod . , No. 206. 8x11 rods, cor 1st west and Fir...' . Na 225. 2xl0 rode, let W. bet. 6th and 7th S., a tine building spot. ...... No. 22a 4x10 rods 8th S. between 9tli and 10th E ....................... No. 227. 39x115', right of drive' 7th between D and E No. 191. Lot 3, Block 24, Plat P.. "j No. 189. Lotl,Blockl9, PlatP.... ,. " No. 180. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. Block 103. Plat C , SPECIAL NOTICES. AilvcrliwmenlK n'mlertM" hiwi will ImchRrjreil ,.t. I h( rata of Un ccnls ptr Jlno for oiu'b iunnrtiun. No Rflverl isement will Im, titkon for low, tlmn i!5 cents. P&rtiev wlvoii jiiiff iu this Miluniu can lmm their nuswerti adilrpwpd cure of TilK Timui. l'KKHO.NAI.. AyOUNH HUHINKSS MAN, s si runner in tho liko iu form tlie H('(niiiutni!0 of a youua, Jnrly, who ihmiroH to Hi lend placos of amusi'inonUk Address 'II. T. 11. euro of Thk Timks. KOK SALE. 787 HHA11E8 Or? 1AH STOCK, in the Salt I Of Lake (,'ityfiHs Co., i herchjr oderod for snle to the hiffhnet bidder; bide wilt be received for the mime up to end including the 2th Aj of April, lftKI, liy Ui. M. Bcott, mayor. The right is reservcil to reject any and all bids. By order of of the city council. LOUIS 1IYAM8, 4 'ity Hecordor. Hitv Hr.r.. Hat.t I.A1IB f!lTV. Mnrnh !M. 1KUO- - ADVERTISE. For spaces on the fence enclosing the new East Sido Hotel apply to UTAH PAINT AND OIL COMPANY, 1st South St. East, opp. City Hall, LANUA k CO., Morse -:- - Stioers, Old Eaglo Fonnrlry, cor. 2d South and let West ts. Twenty-fiv- e years experience In Colorado. The only vlaok in the city where horse ahoe- - Inir Is mUfln A Httfw.lfllt.v. la' endless variety, and all stylish goods. In fact, we have scoured the ; Eastern Markets for the Latest and most Fashionable novelties. UllF P DOIT Hon'! as Reeived a Huge U Ul LplUflli U0l I New Spring Wraps and Coats. i - i ' Be tter come early and get a good selection. The best and the choicest 5K5ds go first. We can guarantee the very lowest prices consistent with t;ood qualities, Br?Mail orders promptly attended to. .. . ' , .i ' a; ' iiiiii i ill I GEORGE A. LOWE, " Dealer in AH Kinds of First Class r Agricultural Implements, SCHUTTLER FAPM AND FRE1GHS WAGONS, of every description. No. 181. Lots 7 and 8, Block 103, PlatC. ' No. 143. 4x10 rods on 5th West '.. No. 118. 5x10 rods on J, 8th and 9th street BUSINESS PROPERTY. 24x100 ft on Main, below Co-o-p (per foot) 50x112 ft on State Road, north of 1st South (per foot). No. 149, 66x173 ft., 18 Room House, on,2ndEast, 1st and Seoond South (per foot).... No. 122. 49x165 ft., 1st West, south of 3rd South (per toot) ACREAGE. No. 232. 40 aores, platted '. 6 Na 200. 45 acres, 2J miles from P. O. (per acre). No. 200. 99x25 acres, Improved on Mill Creek, 7 mile from Temple. ' ' j No. 183. 10 aores, lot 3, blk 39, 40 acres, Plat A. ; No. 153. 133 acres, finely Improved, on Jordan, 9 miles from City (per acre) Watch Our List forNew Propertie J. W. THOMPSON & CO. son uwlH Now On the Market. LOCATION: Cor. Tenth South and Ninth Eas ' ON THE CITr LIMITS, TWO MILES FROM P. O. SECONDHAND WALNUT office desk and cane chair for sole cheap. 181 Waaatch building. WHOLESALE cigar and tobacco stock, Box 1158, also one new Conour Bros, piano. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER outfit, except type: includes donbie medium Potter press, size of bed Kilt), new four-hor-boiler and engine. Will aell cheap end on easy terms. Address "The Times Co." Bait Lake City. S"TOHE8 on Commercial streetand Third South street. Revenue property. Eor particulars call on C. E. WunUanu. ail Main street. HAVE a choice lot of acrcuKo and city prop-ert- y for sale. All particulars can ne had from the owner, at No. 413 East becoud South street. Halt Ijake City. LLEN & 11EA hare proerty for sule in vari-ou- s parts of the city which aro well worth looking at. They also make loans on real estate on long time. Itooms 4 and 5, block. HELP WANTED. BY A WIDOWER, a housekeeper, not lens than 80 years old. No children. Address W. Times orlice. EVERYBODY to advertise their wants in this of Tsc Times. IlTUATIONS WANTED. A SITUATION. Times, Try an advertisement in The FOR BENT. PART OF STORE ROOM, call at No. 70 went, Second South Street. LOST. A GOLDEN opportunity, is lost if yon do not advertise in The Times. MISCELLANEOUS CAVFLXK'fnriTY'cbltPORATlON'WANTS O to purchase a quantity of slock in the Halt Lake City Hns Co., any parties having snnio for sale who will quota figures to (leo. M. Scott, mayor, on or before the 2Hth day of April, lKUU, may be nbie to effect a sale. By order of the city council. LOUIS HYAMS, ('ity Recorder. City Hall, Salt Lake City, March m, mat). IDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL MAY 10, 1WK), for the paving of Commercial street (area UlxrttfO foeO, and should include curbing. Street, will he nnl, fj, ffrndn hv ririinpWv nnnnr. 1). 11. 8TANWOOD, Real Estate and Investment Broker. The handling of Real Estate for non-residents a specialty. N. E. f.3or. Main and Third Sts., Basement of St. Elmo Hotel, Salt Lake City. ALFEED DUNSHEE, Real Estate Loans, Investments, 161 Maine St Rear of Jones' Bank. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 1. G. UOAXLIBTIB. D, H. MoAllistib, McAllister beos., Real Estate and Lands, 265 S. Maine street, Under Abstract Office, SALT LALE CITY S. F. SPEN0EB & 00,, Real Estate, Loans, Investments 267 S. Main St.. Salt Loke City. Complete List of City and Acreage Property. HARTENSTEIN & SHEETS, Fashionable Barbers, (In Auer & Murphy's New Building.) HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, ETC., No. 10 E. 1st South St. Salt Lake City. I. Watters, Broker,. 31 E. First South St., East of Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes Loans on Watches, Diamonds and Jewel-ry. Itcnts Collected. Hail rum I Tickets Bought and Sold. Murinees confidential. Established IRilt). All Unredeemed Pledges Hold at very low ratb . The bids should state nil details of the work pro-posed to l)e doue. The committee reserve the right to reject, any or all hide. Addrees bids to F. H. Dyer, No. Ui Commercial street, Halt Lake City, Utah. BIDS ARE DESIHED for furnishing the city Lake with one 10, 13, U or'Ai ton steam roller. Make one price at factory, and one at. Snlt Luke City delivered, Bids to bo oponorl al Mayor's oflice, Cily hall, on April 12th, 1M. The right being reserved to reject auy or all bids. Uoo. M. Scotl, Major. WANTED BIDS for ten miles of street to A. J. Dutton, at office of Davis & 81 ringer, 23 W. 2nd South street. MONEY loaned on dinmondK, watches and E. JlcCarrick, 210 South Wain et. one door north of Walker lloupe. Aluo a hue line of watches, jewelry revolvers and charms for sale, cheaper thau anywhere in the west. SOCIBTIES, MASONIC Slalrd convocations of Utah No. 1, It. A. M., first Wednesday of every month. Sojourning companions coiriiall invited. j. 3. timsKNKWAi.u. M.E.H.P. Philip Bbiqqs, Socv W. A. Taylor, Merchant Tailor, NEW SPRING STYLES JUST ARRIVED, ' 1H and 45 E. Second South Street, . Salt --Lake City. JVC. MURPHY & CO., Rubber Stamps and Notarial Seals. Agents for the Abbott Cheok Perforator Salt Lake City. ar. e. JtiEXAsy, ttorney-at-Law- , Progress Building (Fourth Floor). Q W.POWEKU, Attorney-ot-Lei- Opposite Cnllen Hotel, Second South Street, Steam Engines, Leffel. Wheels. WAREHOUSES STAtfE ROAD BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SOUTH. Unio rTNational Bank. SALT LAKE CITY.. Capital - - - - $400,000.00 1 United States 1 Depository Safe Deposit Vault, Absolutely Fire and BurBlar Proof. Boxes torn $50C to $25.00 per Year. Careful and Prompt Attention Given TO COLLECTIONS. LOTS FROM $400 TO $601 THE SITUATION IS GRAND. Overlooking the Valley. Call Early and Get Choice of Lot CHOICE RESIDENCE. BUSINESS AND ACREAGE PROPERTY. BURTON, GROBSBECK & CB Sole Agents, 289 S. Main St. W. H. McCLURE & CO., REAL ESTATE SMALL PEOFITS AND SURE RETURNS. 66 West Second South Street, Salt Lake City. LOCAL TAX SALE. TO 15IXA D. KOB1NSON. WHEHGA8. THK LOCAL TAX APaiCSSEI) of Lot 5. Bleu 60, Pint H, for the extension of water mains on Sixth Hast street, emouutiiiK to $31.4,1, became delinquent on the 9th day of June, IBS, and etill remains Therefore, I, E. H. 01ute, Collect or of Halt Lake City, by virtue of thoauthority vested in meby the provisions of eer.tions 7 anil 8 of "an ordinance piweribinii the form and mode of local assess-ments." passed by the Cily Council of Salt Lake City, June l'J, 1S8S, and of all other ordinances of eaid city, uud all laws of Utah Territory applica-ble to such uusea, have levied upon the following named property, licitinninn ten (1(1 rode east of noi'ihm st corner of naid Lot 5, running thence cast live (!) rod, tlieneo south ten (M) rods, theucn weal five (.'i rods, thence norlh ten flU) roils to place of beginning, as platteu in Salt Lake City survey, and will soil the sami, or so much thereof as mar uecesnary, to pay the said tax and costs, at publio auction, in front, ot the Cily Hall, Salt. Lako City, on the Hist day of April, ltS'.K), nt IU o'clock m. K. IS. CLUTK, Collector. Assessor and Collector's Orlice, rto. IS, City Hall, Bait Kike City, March 17, 1SVII. J B.CB1TCHLOW, Attorney-at-La- Rooms 27 and 23, Bnilding. DBS. FREEMAN & BURROWS. Spectacles Accurately Fitted. Eyo. Ear, Nose, Throw. Rooms 17 and 18, Buildinc. YADON & HEATH, Kenl Estate and Loan Agents. No. 150 Main Street. hjefet-rMic-.e- i McCoriiiok 6c Co, Bankers Correspondence Solicited. J. W. WHITECAR, Designer and Engraver on Wood, IJfS. Main St., Salt Lake City, THE OCCIDENTAL. Pure Goods Only and of The Best Quality. STUDIOUS ATTENTION. AUER & MURPHY, Proprietor. No.l8Kat First South St.. . . H!t LskeClry Silverware Solid, and. IFlated,1 aaa.d. an Endless "Variety of Jewelry ia far aifl Artistic Designs FOR THE HOLIDAYS. : . Qur Stock of Sonvernirs are Beyond Question Superior to any Heretofore Shown in This Country, Qafl at Our Rooms and See the Offerings 30.. L ELIASONj:::::::::::: iTo. 220 Eain St. - . - Opposite JP. o. 11 STEAM LifflT 45 S. West'.Temple. Branch Office, Gardner'i,iHl YalnfSt. AgenU wantyd in all good towns. Telephone 410. Fine Work aTSpecialty f GEO. M. Soott, Prt. Ja. QizxnixsinOt t. H. 8. BtmraLD. ;;;;e;egeo. m. scott & co.,;;e (INCORPORATED). --DEALERS IN Hardware and Metal Stoves, Tinware, Mill FindinEs, Etc. ir AGEiTS R the Dode Wood PuIIey Koehling'8 Steele Wire Bi Cylinder and Engine Oils, Hercules Powder, Atlas Engines and ft ers, Mack Injectors Buffalo Scales, Jefferson Uorse Whim, B!ake Pub Miners' and Blacksmiths' Tools, Etc. 168 MAIN STREET, Salt Lake City, - . UtaK J.TDCKEIL aj.WJiD- - Sells & Corripany, Wholesale and Retail Dealers iai Lumber -- : p c Bf" 8outh Street' PP- - Assembly KoomsJ COLORADO AGENCY LOUISIANA STATE LOT T2BY COMPANY. Tickets sold and inforniation fnrnisht'd. rojxirts rnceivol the same day of draw-ing anil furnished to all who pnrdiasa tiokpta nf lua. Ottieial lists of all drawings furnished oa application and mailed to all out of town pur-chasers. I will cash prizes that mur l drawn bs tirkvta sold bv me, in full witljout disoouut. Orders by mail giveu prompt attention. FliANK L. M. SMITH, Agent. O. to Turf txchaiJKe, South IMeblo NOTICE TO CMBDITOKS. "INSTATE OF DAVI II H. KIN8EY. D1CCKASUD AJ Notice is hereby Riven by the under-signed, administrator of the estate of David H. Kinsey. deceased, to the creditors of. and all pep-eo- n having claims aintiuat the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months altiT the rirxt publication of thia notice, to the said administrator.at tbe law oflice of C. O. Whittemore and 8. P. Armatrnni;. 2a4 8' Main etreot, Suit Lake City, L'tali, iu tho County of Salt Lake. Dated, March a. J800. !. O. WHITTEMORE, Administrator of the Estate of David 11. luneey, Deceased.