The I'iRST press dispatches direct from Chicago siogc the great firo wore J received here last night. j JOHH TAYLOR & BH0 Merchant Tailors,: ' COMJIEUCIAl. STREET, K' ELPcooiMntly on 1, in. : W , s.,rt. iu cut vi khkm ii, i:u 1. 1 -iii ud A .11 KHIC AN , Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Etc., ' Ol tlit; until imaluie- uml late-1 -!y le- whi.'h , we mate tin to order in ilia won :.ibionablc una approved manner. : J5r-PATKONAiN HOLKTrKI)- CHEAP ADVERTISING. Advertisements under this heading not exceeding fire lines, G(y cents for each and every insertion. Kach additional ad-ditional line ten cenu. LOST. ! YK-TKUDAY. BETWKKN MAIN' ST.. and Tenth Wara. a jiottet book coa-taioinK coa-taioinK between S'.U mid ?W in moner, and a , number of receii'U and oilier papers vulua- 1 ' blennlytothoownar. Theflnderwillbere-I warded by U-:ivinK it at C. R- tiiVKii's Pho- ! luBraph Uullery- JoKpa Klijhkdck. ectlS WASTED. Ah ITU AT ION BY A TliOROL'OHLY-experienced TliOROL'OHLY-experienced Machinist and f.DKinoer. ! Le.-t of reference crin la Klven. hniujr SciiiEBiiottz, Valley lloiiso. wli nWTNTV TKAS1S TO HAUL ORK AND J Tallinn. Apply to WATERMAN'S' S. WORKS, Hush Valley. oli WOMAN TO COOK AND DO IIOUSK- I ' A wurk. Sunday privtlaife. Apply lo Mrs. K. Wilkes, nd ijuuih Street, corner L'ad KisL Street. FOR REM. j THREE FrRIflSHED ROOMS AND ONE I X line Parlor t. rent- Juuire at UieUrund Retaurnt- op" ; UURKISnKD ROOMfJ, HALF BLOCK j X south of the Thfiitre.opDoiite thoberen- ticfl Uull. Uuod reforonces reiiaired i'-i ROOMS SUITABLE FOR OrTICKS AND j leeilne Rooms, in Tuylor'n Buildintjs. ! opposite- Walt Laku House. TO LEASE. O1 NE OF TOR BEST nUSINKSS L0T8 , in this city fur a term of yean. I mini re I at this Office. u- i ; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, i WASHINGTON HOUSE, Third South St., east of Main, ' SALT LAIkE CITY. ItllNitV BRMTOJi, Proprietor, j Tn this houso the bed rooms are furnished ! I with No. 1 French Sprinr Hair Msttrcsees: , tho bed clothes are nil now and pleaty of 1 i them; the tablo tho boat tho market affords; . thirty newspaper? taken. Board and room psrday - - - 2.00 i Board and room per week - 20.00 Dny boarders por wpok 7-00 Beds per niitht ..... 50 Thoatockholdnrflof tho 'JOth Ward branch of-C M. I. aro requested to meet at tho Schoolhouso on Thursday Evening Oct. 19th, at 7 o'clock, to transnot business of importance impor-tance JAMES SHARP, Seorotary. octlS IN THAN VAST. j Wm. Cmvtdx, S. J. Jon-irhox, Notary Public. Conveyanjer CLAYTON & JOMSSON; Conveyancers M Collectors. 1 -CoUecilom in nil nirU 0f iuo World promptly attended to. jjfMluliifr and other Oinpanlos iuoor- I poratcd under tho Laws of U tab. 1 4tt"Deccli, Bonds, Contracts, Power of ! Attorney, and Letal Inatninicnts of all kind ! i drawn with accuracy and dispatch. I -Kff-hoana nototiated, Rta.1 Citato j bought, gold, or leased. ' 5"Bllls of KxcliiiiK, Iromi3ory Notes, Drafts, eto., protested. 1 ?-Pnrllcular nttentlou civen to the settlement of Ktito, Aitnulticn, and tho collection of money in Great Britain and j Scandinavia. 1 Inquiries by letter promptly answered, Yaom long experience ami ftcqadin-hmco ftcqadin-hmco with the business, and tho dotor-rninalion dotor-rninalion to bo moderate in otir cbarfros, wo feel confident of a fair fharc of public pub-lic patronage. ' Ollifiti Kant. Temple St over Uuii ford son's Store, a Itw doorf north of First National Hank. Octlfi The People's InsiirancB Co. A CARD TO TIIE PUULlCi Wliilo in common with the groat insur ancc intoreBts of tho Uoitod States, we litiv mot a severe loss in Chicago, reported ptr tolexram this morning from ouragont thoro at iiOO.000, wo deem it proper to say to the public that ourDlrectors and Stockholders, with one accord, havo concluded to make good any dciioiency arising from enuio and continue tho business of too Company, conducting con-ducting it in tho same honorable and liberal manner horetofure practised by ua. All our losses will bo promptly met and no moans left untried u assist thoEo who have reported report-ed their coniidence in the stability nnd integrity inte-grity of the People' Insurance Com'py. U. F. McUKitMOI, rrtnidcut. Son FraucUco, Oct. 11, 1&T1; h. 11. TIU'IIMAN, Genorul Agent. ju 2 D. W. JENNENB. Losal Ag. ot. PROPOSALS WILL be received and contracts made for the delivery at Wntcrmun's 8. Works of 50,000 Busbols No. J Charcoal and 1,01)0 Cords of Wood. Deliveries to bo made in November, December De-cember and January. Apply to or addross HENRY SIMONS, Manager. ol7 New Commercial LoilKiuE: House, Noar foot of Commoroial Street, 3L.a3f . ' t C. W. TAPPAN, Proprietor. Spring Ueila, 50 dm. per Night, or ol5 S-i.jU per Week. Utah Silver Mining Comp'y, LIMITED. TO TEAMSTERS. WANTED. TEAMS to haul charcoal from Situily Station to tho Company's works, Bingham Canou, forthwith. Return loading. Apply to Messrs. AVoods Jt Co., Sandy Slatiun, or fo PHILIP A. EAGLE. Kes. Secrotary. Einubam C'unon, Oct. flth. 171. oil Just in Time! FURS! FURS ! I CRS 1J SETTS ! Mink, Alaska Mink, j French Coney, Musk, Etc. From i.oO upwards. j SINCLE CAPES, ETC. I. Retail op', I H. Ii. Cl.AW.-iOS, fiupi. I MISCELLANEOUS. TKSTIMONIAL. San Frnnriico, July. 170. ! We, the undersigned, mka reat pleoiure ' in recoinmendibg Dh. A. W. CALUhK to I all ilioso who liiny need tut services ol a I Donti.-t. as a tlioroughly competent and skillful operator, and one ia whom we have Implicit cunlidence, both 03 a Dontut and a gentleman. Dr. 11. Aistis. Dentist. I Dri. Kuhkbts St J-'beklxNU. Dentislif. j R. 11. McOoxald Jc Co.. Druggists. OFFICE Iu Seventies llftll liullHwg I First East Street, SALT LAKE CITY, : Utah Silver Mining Company, ; LIMITED. TO (K)AL BVttNKRS I ?"ANTRD Tniilor for 50,000 ! W UuitlielB of CliarconI, clean and ! well burnt. To Its delivered in nuantilis I uf not le-s thun 1.W0 bushels, at the Company's Com-pany's wiirku, llinahum Canun. L' tan. on or liefore the l.ruh of Novembor next. I Tbo Coiuimny reserve to thoirmves the rUi'it to reject the lowest or any ollor-Tundwri ollor-Tundwri to be adjroraed to PHILIP A. EAULU. ! Re). Secretary. SiueliinB Works Hioalia'ii Canon. "11 USTOTICE, 'iliK eo-i:irtnersbiii heretofore exitimt . X between A. Tilden and J. C. Lawrence Law-rence is this day dii.olved by mutual consent. con-sent. The businesg or the Salt Lake House will be continued by J. C. Lawrence and John Alunn, under tho firm name ol Law-renoo Law-renoo A Alunn, who will settle all outstanding out-standing ao uunts of the lute llrm. A. F. TTLDKN, J. C. LAWRENCE, JOHN MANN. Salt Lake City. October 13, 1871. oU SCOTT, DUNHAM & CO,, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IN IRON AND STEEL WRIUUT'S PICKri, IRON BARROWS AND ALL KINDS Of MINING TOOLS. Wrought Tuyers, Pipe and all kinds of Fittings for Furnaces and Mills. HARDWARE, BELLOWS, ANVILS, AND OTHER BLACKSMITH TOOLS, IRON PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS. BRASS GOODS, RUBBER PACKING, AUENTS 1'OH Hooker Pumps, Fairbanks' Scales, Fireproof Safes, G. S. Lubricating Oil, Portable Forges, ALL LOW FOR CASH. COLLEGE SCRIP! pRKKMPTORS will save $16 on each quarter section by buying Agricultural College Scrip. Apply to THE BANK. OP UESERET, 15 Successor to Hooper, Eldrodgo & Co RAILROAD SHOPS. ft. HOPPER I CO., Second South Street, Half Block Kut Uvtr House, SALT LAKE CITY, j WAGON AND CARRIAGE j i WORK, j i Of all Descriptions, j BLACKSMITHING In all its Branches. i Agents for the Fish I Bros., Wagons, of Racine, Wiscon. j ! I tOitll FILMING ' AND CARRIAGE PAINTING A SPECIALTY. ; COACH AND CAIIBIAOE Tlll.Mi!INO. j i Horse Shoeing ! j In a Sfylo to .suit all. j A HOPPK1U l,BZABfuKir. iu i MISCELLANEOUS. I NEW GOODSM i NliW GOODS!!: TAYLOR CUTLER'S JUST RECEIVED! j A Splmdid Stock of Staple Goods I for Winter, consittinff of ; LINSKYS, SHAWLS, i BLANKETS, I LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, CROCKERY,' LAMPS, CLOCKS, With no abundance o GROCERIES, Choice Gunpowder Teas, AH of which wc will soil WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, LOWER THAN ANY OTIIKR HOUSE IN TIIE TRADE. . CloDtliig, Hat and Caps and Hard- ware will make a Liberal i con ut, as ive are closing out thl ! part of our trade. I ! Store Onnosite Salt Lake House. j TEASDEL & CO. The place for Conference Visitors ! - -to buy. i TEASDEL i CO. ! Winter Shawl and Dress Good.8, TEASDEL & CO. Flannels, Nubias and GIoycs. j TEASDEL & CO. I Home-made Boots and Shoes-Beat Shoes-Beat in the Territory. ! TEASDEL & CO. Sugars, Teas and Coffees. Cheese, liacon and Lard. 'TEASDEL & CO. j Men's Clothing Hats, Shirts and Furnishing Goods. TEASDEL & CO. Carpets, Ruga, Mats and Cur- tains. i TEASDEL & CO. Blees Sewing Machines. Wear longer and aro less liable to get ; out of order. The Best in the I World. No trouble to show goods. Careful r attention to orders and goods delivered de-livered to all tho trains and any part of the city free of charge. TEASDEL & CO. Eagle House, East Temple Street Opposite Salt Lako House juyl2 To the Ladies ! Mrs. WILKINSON East Temple Street, Wishes to iufurm bor 1'riouda uud imtroua lliut aho will ojien! ON SATURDAY, tliu lnsi., A tiluuid slock ut' MILLINERY ASI) DRESS GOODS, Ladles' and Misses' llals, Turliam,: Fcallkers,' Flowers, Itlhhoiift, 8ntin, Velven, Empress and Sedan Cloths, I'LAII) iMOHAIHS, Japanese silks anil Parislemies, MERINOS, ALPACAS, KTC, KXI'REXSLY SELECTED TO SUPPLY THIS MARKET. IZ.CM.I. CLOTHING DEPT. C3- R -A- 3ST ID CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, as. o. m i. WE ARE JUST OPENING A FULL AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN I jCassimereS ' SUITABLE FOR I FALL AND WIATER USE, Which wo shall sell in suit or other lengths on a very Ismail margin. L I Gentleiueu wishing to be dressed in the most fashionable fash-ionable and substantial manner, can have their selection manufactured on short notice by our own workmen, of large experience, expe-rience, and good fit guaranteed. guar-anteed. In addition to the ahove we have OPENED an IMMENSE STOCK Of fuiublo and seasonable READY-MADE CLOTHING j In every variety of fabric and ' style. j The Latest fashions in HATS AND GAPS Negligee, Dress and Under Shirts, DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS, NECK-TIES AND BOWS, HANDKERCHIEFS, Boots and Shoes, WALKING CANES, UMBRELLAS, ETC. House Furnishings, i BLANKETS, Floor & Oil Cloths, , MATS AND HUGS. ! WALL PAPER! i j an,, ; DECORATIONS.. Willi t:oiiiiotciiL workmen lo' utlcnrl lo uir-1 uir-1 clirtM-re. tap The Larrtst, M,M Desirable ' and Complete tStncJc in Utah. ' ii. II. CI.AWSDX, benedict. hIll & CO., MANUFACTURERS' AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, HAVE REMOVED TO JVos. 131 and 130 GBASI) STREET One Block i&sl ot Broftdwny, ! NEW YORK. The Mutual Life INSURANCE COMPANY, OF 3STIE3W YOR iKI . ASSETS, January 1,181, - 11,000,150 CASH. Now, Oct. 1st, over Fifty Millions. V. S. "WINSTON, rrv.ltitnl. lCICHAltl) A. .Mc.C IKDY, Vict Prti. Total Cash Dividends Paid to Policy Holders, . $15461,086 Cnsli Dividends nil in ISO!), eleven months, to ! . : I - " - S:$,8,830.00 The Largest Company in the "World. ,J,'ii, J'LlUIJiS in i'or.-o umiibi'v t,n Ui.mi:u,d .ii IjumhoJ uud I'orty-twu Mutil'. than Kioso oi any other conipunj-. Tlio AMOUiNT J.N'.SUKHU u sixty million feven hurulroil ind CI'Ly-two tliousniiduino hundred and ninely-twa do)hir.s JllUliE tlinn any other company. 113 TOTAL ArjSKTH are thirlonn million six hundred and ninely-Lhr thousand ono hundred und ninelv-uino dollars LAltUKK than those of any other company. ' Its TiiKAltUM INCOME ia four million three hundred and twenty-fly. thousand ninohundrcd und seventeen dollars OKJiATEJt than that of any other coaipany. its INCOME PltOll INTEUKST is si.t hundred and eighty-eight thousand one hundred and three dollars MOKE than that of any other company. i1? mo" INCOME is Jive million sixteen thousand and twenty dollar! GKKA1 EK than that of any other company. Its CASH DIV1DEM US in 16V0 woro ono hundred and forty-one thousand six hundred and four dollars .MOJiE than thoso of any othor company. Ita TOTAL DIVIDENDS from its commencement havo been eight millioa mnoty-tivo thousand nine hundred and fourteon dollars MOKE than those of an other company. 1 Its Eil'iiNSES in tho j-oar 1870 wore only a.'JJ por cent, being LOWER than thoso of any company. Its TOTAL EXWi.NSES and losses wore Zi por cent. LOWE It than those of any other company. The KESULTofits policies havo JTEVEK JiEEN EQUALLED by any othor company. J 1 There are othor good lifo insuranco companies, but none can adduce such wonderfu nguros a; The Mutual Lite in proof of its unouestionable claiai to bt the Tioading Lite Insurance Company of tho Continent, and the model one .f tho world." RICHARD QOODHIND, SOLE AGENT FOR UTAH TERRITORY. Opposite Weill, Fargo fc Co., Salt Lake City. MR. GOODIIIND has engaged Mr. JAMES LANDERS, of San Franeiseo, a gentleman well versed in the science of Life and Fire Insurance, who will be glad to impart any information to parties desirous of i?i3itring. Large Arrival of New Goods. Our Full and Winter Stock of BOOTS, SHOES AND . HATS Are now opened and on sale. We have the largest and best stock of the above ever offered to the people of Utah. Goods Fresh and Fashionable ! All the Latest Styles of Hats-Si !k; Soft and Stiff! Moots and Shoes in Endless Quantities and Styles I "GOODS - CHEAP!"' Wholesale Buyers will consult their interests to give us a call before purchasing pur-chasing elsewhere, as our WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE 1 JAMES HAODE, Jun. J. H. IIAdlTE, GEORGE HAQUE. ZOigf C3rTa.ii Store! HAGUE BKOTHERS, L A T K JAMKS HAGUE, Importers and Doalors Gil, PISTOLS, AMMATNON, TfllE TACKLE. StcS.ilejS, Harness . AND WHIPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. .2 East Temple Street. Salt Lake City, HAST TEMPLE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY. J. C. LAAVRKXCK, j ..OII.V niA,.;'N''" V"'' I 1-KOP1UKTOBS. Juyli LivioofSiui FluucUco, J C ALDER BROTHERS Ul'!1i.m-3 ii. fcvory vanoLy of MUSIGAL IHSTRUMENiTS SPECIAL AGENTS for Utah of tho -Arioii i'lanol'orte t'o'tipunj, Steinwuy ic Sons, Olllti" ering V Sons, Decker vV Uariies nnd (.'loveslein sV Fuller's T--v -o Wm 2 C3L. V'"'S V(HiI,l)-HIC(t-NKD CABI1TET "O -RGrJNS Keail wliiU our I'roloor ul S lu.su- uud Loadrnj? Citizens ol" the Ton-itory fay iiljout iIkmii in our new Ciivular. Books, Stationery A N It , SCHOOL FURm&HMCS.