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F.A. RA Y.VOL St ' • J.K.CAMPBBLV. FREMONT COUNTY BANK, Canon City, - Colorado. BA2TKXXTG XXT AJL.T, ITS SRAKCHBS. Money to I.oan iu Large or Small Quantities. State, County and Town Warrants bought at the highest prices. OLDEST BANK IN FREMONT CO. We Refer to any Bank in Colorado. Aud Kountz Bros., New York. tf 1870. PIOJiEERS. iH»I. JAMES CLELI.AN'D. 7, J. H. PEABODY. H.EI.LAND & PEABODY! OEN'KRAL DEALERS IN GROCERIES, CROCKERY. GRAIN, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, Clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Heasnres taken for Cnstom-fflafle Clothing AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. » SOLE AGENTS FOR ANHEUSER-BUSCH ] Tl\ | m BBEWING ASSOCIATIONS Bottled Beer, The Finest Beer in the World. KENDALL & EMERY’S Hand-Made Boots ana Shoos. jp Canon City, Colorado. T -< AT tOUIS,MO.j>- J „ JEZ, El 3vt CYED! ftSEAEFFER & GASSED?, LEADING JEWELERS CAWO?i CITY. Have opened a nui£iii6c«t)t *tock of WATCHES. CLOCKS, JIWELRY. SPICTACHS ETC. IN' TO El Fl NSW STORE OFP. POSTOFFICE. Ji> far 111** LAKGU-'T and KINIiST ever brought to tiio city, and at Uottotn price*. We trill com pete with mny Lantern city In price*. Watch Repairing a Specialty. All Kinds of Repairing Done Promptly and time obtained by transit observations. tf Hlnlo Hirers, Canon City, Coto. If. STONE. • ACrowded Store ijr Busy Clerks! Happy Proprietors _ _ Jr w SATISFIED CUSTOMERS! Ng 5 ENVIOUS COIV p ETiTORS ! ! © An tetttQ ' noM bmuMM dsM Atow iti • u2| Our Star as the loaders of Popular Prices is still (F_< In the ascendant. • BOOTS AND SHOES, The host that can ho tniulc of leather, and every pair war ranted. Also ('heap Shoe* if you niu«t have them. A Good Line of Pure Gum Crack-proof 800 l ft. Men’s and • Womcu’H Rubber Over Shoes nml Buckle Arctics. t j a W« are now prepared to show a splendid assortment of # § DRY GOODS! * i New Colors and Rich Effects ! ' *5 Novelties in DRESS GOODS at from 7c to $l.OO, © • HATS, CLOVES AND MITTENS. 2 K DON'T F(IR CCT THAT WF ARE "BOSS" ON ALL COOOS IN OUR LINE. Z* ji I TV. STOWE. i 5. c. h:eix,m, CITY BAKERY. Always on hand a fresh supply of Bread., Caicos, Flos, Etc., Etc. —Also, dealer in— Fine Groceries and Canned Goods, * i Fresh Mackinnaw Trout and Oyetere, Opposite McClure House, tf CANON CITY, COLO. Chaa. W. Sharp. \V. J. Amlrr.cn. SHARP A ANDERSON, V PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS, Taper Hanging. Draining, Calclmlnlng, Etc. Ivnlrra In Wall Paper, Window Shades, Mouldings and Painters’ Supplies* Pit seder * C«a»edjr*a Block. If rjtXOft CITY. tmOR.IDO. The Fremont County Record. CANON CITY, COLO., SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1881. WA IVTKD. BABY BUGGY—A utfarlyhew per ambulator wanted. Atfdreei box 54 Oafiou City, Colo. # lt Gillie —to do housework. Apply at City Bakery. OUSE WORK A voting lady wishes a situation to do house work. Apply to Record office lOtll SITUATION —A situation wanted by a youth of 19, good writer and mathematician, salary no object, and will leave city if required. m 8 WARRANTS —Town and County Warrants wanted. Highest price paid by W. 11. McCLURE, at of fice on Main gllwot, Canon City, Colo rado. .tfr FOII SALE. HORSES— Two 1200 lb., horses 8 years old .$l3O per pair, one buckboard wagon, oue three inchf wagon, one set double harness will be sold cheap. All in excellent con dition. m9tf MINE —One quarter interest in a valuable piece of mining prop erty. For sale or will trade for prop erty in Canon City. Said property is iu San Juaii country, tributary to Silvert n. A rare chance for a person that wishes to iuvest in mining prop erty. For particulars address, J. C. 11., Box 2717 Canon City. •Btll FOCSD. | TTEY—A key lias been found which tv. iiie owner can have by calling at | ilu; Recobd office and paying 25 cts. 1* for this notice. FOB BEAT. Furnished room without] board, inquire of H. T. Blake, at | the Bst OSD office. nlO ROOMS for housekeeping over the Freraout Countv bank. Inquire at the bank. FRED H. SKEELE, Real Estate Agent, office with county treasurer. Main street, ( anon City, Colo., has for sale the following property : IpOR SALE rbe third lot mt of * the Methodist church on Main street, a bargain, for cash. Fine resides t e lot—< >ppo ciie the hook and ladder house on A street between 4th and sth fors4oo. POUR L< *i 8 On n . con or ol Ilf ill and River street, cheap for > Cltsll. LOTS— On A and B streets between 10th and lltli streets, cheap to : parties who will improve them. I A BLOCK —Containing about 2 1-2 acres nicely fenced,near Belknap’s j place, cheap for * a*li. POR RENT- Greenwood farm, in city limits, rouiaiuing about 50 ! acres, small adobe house ami large j brick hotel. Lease given for term of | years to good tenant. Payment taken | in improvements on place aud share i in crops. POR RENT—The frame store next door to Haynes & Co., two good ] rooms. $15.00 per mouth. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWTP.HS. John " . Blackburn. Bam. r. Dale. Blackburn & dale. Attor neys at Law. Mining I.aw a spe * cialty. Rosita and Silver Cliff. Colo j rado. If WJ. MILLER, Attorney al Uw. • Office over Harding’s hard ware store. tf Oti. ST A NLKY. Attorney nt Law • Office next door to post office up stairs. Canon City, Colo. tf C’i \S. i'. WAI DO. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office over post office, Canon City, Colora do. tf »•:i Vmi ia vs. Jw. DAWSON, Physician and • Surgeon. Office over Fremont County Hauk. tf BN. HARPED. M. D., Gymecol • offifit and Obstetrician, Office over S. M. Davis, Canon City. tf I*. PRENTISS, M. D., Phyalotan • and Surgeon, dealer in Drills and Medicines. Office and store in McClure House building, Canon City, j (’olorndo. tf Aolice. AT Ihe written request of A. Maoon, O. O. Stanley, 1 ho*. Klplwy, ct nl, I call a j meeting of the directors of the Maliclt Redoc tlon and sampling company, to l»o held in Ihe ortlce of Ilia Fremont County hank nt 4 o'clock p. in .Thursday, March loth, Itwi. Miriiod. K. A. IiAYNOLDH. Cation City, Co.«>., Fob. 11, IS<l. *7llO Find Insertion IVI>. l_\ 'si. lu»t Marcli &. \n|. Dissolution Notice. The partnership heretofore oxlstlng la* tween Mmri. Joseph Pern ami A. C. Hnrtlett wni dtcKolvod on MuroJi Snd, ISSI, by mutual con ink. *i tis S. C. FZABODT, SOLE AGENT FOR (rtTOtu kvvh lm, W, ) Canon City, Colorado. II Our Opinion. In onr opinion Colorado will double in population the coming year. Xu our opinion the town aboard can just rs well put .down a cross-walk on Main street over Second, as it cau do some other things. . y In our opinion, the town board ora sufficient of the residents of that strrof, a« that the, railroad track on Riyer'street be taken up, their petition Mgll be fa vorably considered. In our opinion Colorado ts entitled to two representatives in congress. The new apportionment Hvtfi only give us one. Bel ford is a goo«l mau for the northern part of tLis state, but what is southern Coigrada the gainer thereby ? * - - ™ We believe that in the near future some hundreds of thousands of dol lars of capital will be invested in Canon City in the manufac tory of many articles now brought here at great expense. We have the assurance of one of the members of the C. C. I. company that they con sider this one of the best towns upon the line of the D. & R. G. railroad. In our opinion one of the nuisances that we have been compelled to sub mit to lately is the muddying up of the streets,and particularly the cross ings, by the firemen on drill oc casions. There is no excuse for throw ing water so long at oue time in the same place. The side streets could be used for such practice, and even then it is not necessary to muddy them. These firemen do not consider that a great part of this unnecessary mud is tracked iuto our houses and stores, causing cousiderable cleaning to gel rid of it. In our opinion tlie firemen do a foolish thing when they sound the alarm for drill. Wednesday evening the firemen paid no attention to the sound, borne day there will be a real cause for l»ot work and when the bell rings who will pay attention to it? No where else are firemen’ called out in that manner of drill, ! aud in most cities a heavy tine is im posed upon the man who strikes the alarm falsely, whether lie be fir%nau or not. We have an excelleat company here, and splendid tor conquering a conflagration, amb they should not be disturbed by ihe sound ot the bell w ithout good cause. Let the town board see to it that the sound is only male when there is reason for it. Iu our opinion the court house can not be located elsewhere than upon the site selected years ago bv the couuty commissioners. That prop erty was deeded to the county for county building-*, and fic ilhvc tffe assurance ot the most prominent members of the C. C. 1. company that they will uot consent to have die board, or any future board of commissioners, violate their contract without a suit. Wo herewith print liie orders of the board of couuty commissioners at that lime: Order of Ai ril Bth. 1675. “The ! ground tendered by the Central Colo j ra«lo Improvement company to the | couuty of Fremont, for the use ot j county buildings aud eitu itcd imine ; d‘lately west of the west line of the ; town of Canon City and north of A street, if continued westerly, was , this day accepted by the boar.i; Pro ! vided that.the same be of such qtian • rity and shape as will be satisfactory I to the board.” * When this order was made. New I York parties held a trust deed upon this property aud the O. C. 1. com j pany went to considerable trouble ; lo hare the deed released. Wiieu that ; act was accomplished the following was issued : Order of June 14th, 1875. “Whereas, The Central Colorado Improvement company, having tendered to this board for the use of Fremont county, a lot of ground situate within the corporate limits of Catiou City, for the purpose of erecting couuty build ings thereon, be it Resolved. That the board in its corporate name and for the use of Fremont county, accept the said lot of ground for the uses and purposes aforesaid, the said lot of ground be ing more fully described a* follows : Commencing at h p»int ou the south line ot A street of said Canon City, where the east line of the west 1-2 of section 82, township 18 south of range 70 west intersects said A street, thence north ou said quarter section line, coutinued to the north lino of B street in said Canon City, thence westerly along the north line of said B street, continued lo a point eighty feet westerly from the west liuc of blocks 0 and • of said town, continued uortherlv, thence southerly and parallel with said west line of blocks 6 and 7 to »he south line of A street, continued thence easterly along the south line of A street, con tinued to the place of beginning.** On the 19th of July, 1876. a war , ran tee deed was given toS. J.Tanuer, j Win. Shepherd and S. V. lloyt,county i commissioners, and their successors | in office forever, by Charles B. Lain j boru, vice-president ami Thus. Par rish, secretary, of the C. O. 1. com pany, aud their success rs in office forever, for a consideration of the sum of one dollar , the receipt of | which was duly acknowledged. The! release of the trust deed aud the] w a ran tee deed can bo found recorded j in the recorder's office in tide couuty and the original documents are uu i tile, also, in that office. The present ; county commissioners have let c cou-1 ti’aet tor grading the ground at « cost j less than SI,OOO, anti have let a con tract for supplv lug the premises with water, have purchased a lot of Mr. P. S. Goodwin for che sum of SBOO and have contracted fbrihe building of the court l ouse upon that proj>- erty. In view of the fact that all this has been done; that a consideration of one dolUr. the receipt.of which is acknowledged in a deed, i» as good in law as the acknowledgment of Die receipt of $1,000,000! $ in view of the fact that Mr. L urn born, when in this city last week, refused absolutely to consent to any Arrangement which would release the covntyfroru its ob ligation, we believe the county com missioners are right In refusing to re consider'their order -and bulld the court house in any other part of the county* Of course wc do not object to tha Property holders in the lower part ortown makingevery effort con siitentnndjustifiable in getting the courthouse there if they can. hut we do object to such little consideration as is being given to legal acts of the board of commissioners. Just now the city is on the best of terms with the C. C. I. company, and our citi zens should he careful and not stul tify the payment of our debt by up setting good will and overturning the plans of capital and enterprise. STATE NEWS. The Pacific railroad lias 200 men at j work in Poudrc canon. The I). & It. G. railroad was com pleted to Maysville last week. All of the houses which were de stroyed by fire in Silver Cliff will be rebuilt. The snow in Huerfano valley is re ported deeper than ever before known. Some new mines have been dis covered at Sheep Camp, near Sa guache. J Anew Union depot is being built in Denver which will be occupied about April 15th. ) John W. Ray, for forgery, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for three years from Denver. A hotel is to be built at Poncha ] Springs, three stories high and con taining sixty rooms. Three Ute Indian-, iu charge of Agent Berry ami others, went to Washington last week. Ex-Attorney General Wright has been appointed judge of the criminal court of Arapahoe county. ' A new paper called the Chronicle lias been started iu Maysville. . Daly and Neall are the publishers, y The Haven group of miuesiu the north basin, near Maysville, lias been sold to Philadelphia parties. Win. Scchnsi was gored -to death by his favorite, thoroughbred Jersey Imll in Diuvcrou Tuesday morning / Tlios. Casey, one of the proprietors .of the Miut* saloon in Irwin, was shot and killed by “Six-Toed Jack.” on Feb., 21th. J The personal property of the Little Pittsburg aud Chrysolite mining companies at Leadville has been seized for tixes. The Purgatoire river was over its banks again la.-t week, and about two and a half miles of the A. T. & S. F., was under water. On the first ot last week the Rock Island route made ajutiu Colorado freight rates, reducing the rate from yO to 30 cent* to Denver. The lntciesi iu the Lieutenant Gov ernor Robin--on estate in Colorado has been sold to Wilson Waddiugton, of New York, for $1,000,000. An attempt was made to wreck a train on the Colorado Central rail road last week. The fireman was severely injured by the accident. Chas. V. Seybold claims to have been robbed of SI,OOO near Colorado Springs, Saturday eveuiug last while en route south from Denver on the D. & R. C*. /• A. S. Polk, who shot two men at Las Aniiuas some time ago, both ol whom have siuce died fratu their wounds, has bean committed to jail without bail. The Rainbow Mining company lias filed articles of incorporation. The capital stock is $2,000,000, and the company will operate iu Frcuiout and Custer counties. Leadville is in trouble over its po lice judge, Quigley, the justice who lias been actiug in that capacity, has been arrested several times for al ledged inalteasauce iu office. Tlio citizens’ committee, which in vestigated the causes of the water works failure in Silver Cliff during the late tire, lay the blame upon Rus sel & Alexander and the city engin eer, D. S. Stevens. The editors of the Leadville Demo crat and Leadville Monday News dis graced themselves ou Monday by in dulging iu a personal quarrel over a newspaper controversy of no inter est to the general public. Leadville Herald The stamp mill at Oro has been ruuuing five stamps for a week past on ore from the lower Printer Boy. The plates will be cleaned up to-uight. Some very rich gold ore is now scing mined from tins property. , / Las Animas Leader: The looses in sheep eontinuo. A citizen of Rocky ; i Fora estimates the losses of a few | men in the camps north of there as follows; Sessler, 500; Beugniot, j | 5,000, out of a ttock of 13.000; Cor- ; uell. 500 ; ami alike* per cent bv Bry ! ualdsou Bros, and Thomson & Boggs, j Iloyt. has lost sonic hut not so heavily. From Granada comes the news that | Mr. Bass has already lost 1,000 head, with prospects of still further losses.] Fatrpluy Flume: The Juniata prospect ou Pennsylvania mountain, is now otic hundred and eighty feet deep, and the bottom of it is in a porphyry that is broken up and forms a kind of conglomerate with black caibouute of lime. The latter con tains considerable silver, as was sliowu by a recent assay that gave fifty ounces to the ton The on uer* are much encouraged and think that they aro approaching a big body of ore*. The leaders of the conservatives in the house of commons have decided to make a desperate attempt to defeat the Irish laud bill bra condition with the home rulers and disaffected rad- Lal* ASSAYS FOE THE WEEK. Rio Arriba county, New Mexico, was the 6cene last week of four mur ders. The trial of KaJloeh for the murder of DeYoung ha 9 been commenced in San Francisco. A furious snow storm was followed by a terrible rain storm in New York on Monday. The heaviest snow storm of the winter commenced fulliug in the northwest on Sunday. D. O. Mills, the California million aire, has purchased property in New York City to the amount of *1,400,- 000. Abrau and Mesias Baca, tlie Mexi cans who murdered Conklin, editor of the Socorro Sun, hare been cap tured. Seventeen children were burned to death in St. Patrick’s orphan asy lum at Scranton, Pennsylvania, on Sunday night. Senator Carpenter’s successor will be elected by the Wisconsin legisla ture next week. The choice is likely to be Angus Cameron. Up to March Ist, National banks had deposited in tlie United States treasury $17,132,979 for the retire ment of their circulation. The Boers and the British had a desperate battle on Sunday in which the English troops were utterly routed and their commander, General Colley, was killed. Chas. S. Storms, a gambler, well i known iu Colorado, was killed by , Duke Short at Tombstone, Arizona. | Friday last. They had beeu quar relling over a game of cards. Judge Moraii, ol the United Slates district court, at Chicago, has cfccf- j ded that Chinese cannot naturalize because they are not white persons in the meaning of the act of Congress. The debt statement shows a de- ■ crease of the public debt during the j month of February of $1 1.843,165; cash in the treasury,s2B,2oß.l7o; gold : certificates, $6,541,480; siiver certi ficates, $47,884, 260; refunding certi ficates, $782,750; legal tenders out standing, $346,581,016; fractional cur rency outstanding. $15,520,347; less ; the amount estimated as lost or de ; si roved, $3.375,924—57,144,413. : The U. S- Supreme court recently II decided that a legislative body could not imprison witnesses for contempt where the testimony did not come ; immediately within legislative au thority. The case upon which the decision was rendered was the one of Hallet Kilbourne against Speaker Randall and Sergeant-at-arms Thomp son for false imprisonment. The case was decided iu favor oi iviibouruo. A hill has beeu introduced in the i United States senate by Senator Ilill of this state to amend section 23*28 ol ( I the revised statutes. It provides! j that the adverse claims, recognized | by the section may be verified by tlie . oath of any ageut or attorney iu fact of an adverse claimant cognizant of the facts stated, aud to the adverse claimant if residing or at th 3 time being is beyond the limits ot the dis- i trict wherein the claim is situated, may make oath to the adverse claim ! before the clerk of any court of rec- ! ord or any notary public in any state or territory where he may be residing. The senate ha* passed the bill in troduced by Mr. Hill, of Colorado, to enable the state to take lands for school purposes in lieu of the 16th and 36th sections, found to be mineral lands. This bill accomplished two important objects, for it not j only gives Colorado the privilege oi j selecting several thousand acres in j lieu of land withheld from former parts, but also for the first time pro vides f<u* promptly and definitely de termining what laud iu each 16th or 36th is mineral and what 13 non-min eral. It is provided that up«>u the secretary of the interior deciding as i to the character of trie laud, the title I of the state to such land shall thereby lie permanently settled, aud hence no disquieting question in regard to its character cau be raised thereafter. Judge Lawrence, first comptroller of the treasury, has just ivnuered a decision in the matter of the Ute lu tb.au compact, in which he maintains that since the act of MarchS, 1871. no I treaty could be made with an Indian ] i nation or tribe within the United i States, that an agreement may be I I made with such natious or tribes in I pursuance of an act of congress ; that ;t i* the general rule that as to the ■ rights of either government under 1 the treaty, it takes effect from its date ; to which ratification relates back,but i so far as it operates in individual j rights the doctrine of relations does ! not apply, aud it t ikes effect from it- l final ratification; that the agreement ! authorized by the act of Juue 15, [ 1880, relative to the L'te Indians is j not a treaty, and that under said . agreement and act the annual inter est to be distributed per capita to } the Ute Indians is t«> be computed, ! commencing September 11, 1331. Railroad Racket. p The P. «fc R. G. Extension company are an office opposite the (rout en trance of the penitentiary. Two side tracks are in constant use by the Extension couipanjaof the D. «t U. G. for the purpose of tnoviug material for the Sil ver Cliff branch. A large number of men are employed at the D. A R. G. jar»l, opposite the peniten tiary, piling up material (or the Silver Clift branch, curving rails and loading cars. Tl> u is the busiest part of town just now. Track laying wo commenced on M--u<Jay on tlio D. & K. t». Silver Cliff brauch. So far the rails have been laid to the toll gate. The grade has beeu com pleted to aa extent that the track layer* will not be interfered with when once U»*7 j get fairly to hard work. They expect U* Is\hKjui ibtvf-spnrter* **f .» niib* i day NO. 10. Postoffice Picayunishness. Postmaster Cooper received orders on Monday, to the effect that section *232 of the postoflico regulations had been The following are the exceptions r 1. Corrected proof-sheets and inanneenpt copy accompanying the saiue» 2. Date and name of the addressed afKl of the sender or circulars, and the cor rection of mere typographical error* there in. 3. Bills, receipts and orders for subscrip tion enclosed in second-class publications* provided such bills, receipts and orders shall be in such form as to convey no other in formation than the name, location and sub scription price of the publication or publi cations to which they refer. 4. The name and address of the person to whom second-cium matter may be sent, and index figure of a subscription book, and words or figure*, or both, indicating the date on which the subscription to such matter end. 5. L'pon the matter of the third-class, or upon the wrapper enclosing the same, the sender may writo his own name or address, with the word ••from” above aud preceding the same, and iu either case may make sim ple remarks, intended to designate a word or passage of the text, to which it is de sired to call attention. G. There may he placed upon the cover or blank leaves of any book, or of any printed matter of the third-class, a simple manuscript dedication or inscription, such dedication or inscription must be confined to a simple address or consignment of such book, or other printed matter, as a mark of respect, and must not contain anything that partakes of the nature of a personal correspondence. 7. l’pon matter of the fourth-class, the sender may write his own name and ad dress preceded by the word “from,” ami also the number and names of the articles »-uclosed. He may also write upon or at tach to any such articles, by tag or label, a mark, or number, name or letter, for pur-‘ i pose of identification. i This prohibits the mailing of bids, state i inputs, invoices, bills of lading.deeds,leases, I insurance policies, etc., that have been 1 filled up, whether signed or not. as third j class matter. All such will now require j letter postage. Pleuro-Pneunonia. The following resolutions were passed by the Cattle Growers* asso ciation, which met in Denver on the loth of February : Whereas, it is currently reported that contagious pleuro-pneumouia iu cattle ha.' broken out among the herds in different sefctioiis of L»wa. Whereas. This much dreaded di*- ease has been transferred to this ; new held by the shipping of dairy calves from New York aud other dates where this diseasfc has had a foothold for sometime; and, Whereas, ir this coutagious plague among cattle is allowed to move westward uutil the great public grac ing country of Colorado aud the west* I ner states and territories are reached,, j it will not only work untold losses and hardships among cattle growers, i but will completely destroy all the stock that miugle and co-mingle, as is the case ou tli2 plaius. thereby de stroyiug one of the first industries of Colorado aud the western states therefore, Uesolvcd, That we earnestly im* plore our members iu congress to cousider it a special duty upou their part to take such action as should effectually prevent the spread of this disease into states uot already effect ed, and to secure such natural laws as will iu a reasonable time give an. 1 assurance to foreign countries that the disease has been euiircly stamped, out. Resolved, That we recognize iu the maiu the bill introduced by Geu. Koiter, of Ohio. iu«o the house of representatives at its last session, the essential points for the supervis ion ot contagious and infectious dis eases of live stock —providing that the coumiii'ioners be clothed with power to prohibit absolutely the j transportation of cattle from or through iufeeted districts. Resolved, That the secretary of this association will at ouce forward a ! copy of the preamble aud resolutions | to each of our senators and memuors in congress. Upon motion of Mr. Webster a committee consisting of the presi ‘ dent aud five members was appointed to draw up a suitable petition to be . presented to the various cattle ! growers* associations throughout ! Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska, j asking their co-operation with thin ! association in adopting united ineas j ures to prevent the disease of pleuro pueutuouia from being brought west. The Younger Brothers and Frank and Jesse James. ! l>an. I.inahan, Publisher, of St- J Louis. Mo . has lust issue! “• complete : history of the Younger brothers ami ) frank hiul Jesse James, bringing tho ! e • nis iu the lives of these airy gen ! tlciueu of the highway ilowu to tho ' present Jim**. It i- a volume of over ; 400 pages, ooutainiuu worn thnu 40 illustrations. aud printed aud boitud in good style. \1» • J. W. liuel, tiie author, has been engaged during tho last three years iu collect lug aud pariw* his materials, ami recently visited tho Youngers iu the Minne sota penitentiary for the purpose of verifying certain portion* ol hi* work. It is said to bo of the most exciting and thrilling character, aud j its selling qiuthtics am Indicated by | tho fact that more than 10,000 copies , were ordered iu advance of publica j lion. See advertisement elsewhere. Professor Edison he* removed frost Menlo Park to New York City, with j hu family and stall, with th# deep | tiou of one **»Ut*nt, and U now at 1 No. 65 Klrth avcuue.tn a house which is a four story double, brow a Hoe* building, formerly knows a* the Bishop mansion, which hna Mta leased fur a long term of yontr* by the Edlaoa Electric Light company.. The technical department of th** hit ’ *»«♦ • • i- m*»%V earth <1 on thftf.