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THE DAILY BEE OMAHA MONDAY , JCLY 31 ,
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The BEE PUBLISHINB CO , .Props .
Ci ROSEWATEIt. Editor.
Cnuiicii HOWE hnait 11 fixod. The
district is unanimously for him to go
to oongrces , or the penitentiary.
GB.V. CROOK in bndly wnnlodinAn
zonn. Even the Apaoho papooses cry
JOHN JL THUIISTON is very busy
setting up the pins for both the repub
lican and democratic conventions iu
Douglas county. John is very pru
dent , ho wants to bo sure to control
the luminations of both parties
Heads I win , tails you loco.
TUB Ninth congressional district of
Iowa appears on the eve of a revolt.
Major Andf-rson'fl purchase of his con
gressional nomisation has thoroughly
domoraliz-jd the party and a whole-
Bale stampede is threatened unless ho
THERE is a atatnpodo among con
gressmen that threaten * to leave the
House without n quorum. A largo
number of eminent statesmen are
mailing homo to mend their political
fences and no amount of patriotism
can keep them in their scats.
THE president is bosnigod by con
gressmen from the Mississippi valley
who are alarmed at the threatened
veto of the river and harbor bill.
< .1 . A shower of protests is also being
.1M received at thn White House from
.1fc boards of trade and merchantn exchanges -
fc changes in difleront cities against
Buch a veto. It h likely the presi
dent will return the bill with a condi
Oriii VAL is represented by the
Washington reporters as very indig
nant over the conduct of his man Fri
day Schwonck , and his friend Majors ,
in the forged census business. Val.
is not BO much indignant about their
conduct na ho is about their being
caught. Ho never was indignant over
Schwonck's swindling operations in
the Norfolk land oflico so long as ho
kept out of tin ) clutches of the du-
Acc'oimiNCJ to the Rcpublicun
there ia nothing moro abominable ,
detostuble or corrupt in Nebraska
than TUB HKK and its editor. Just
previously before the person at the
helm of the Jttjnillictm started for
Washington to become Valentino's
clerk ho offered his services to this
monster of corruption and expressed a
desire to fill a ponition aa ( sub-editor
of THE BEE , viiih uio pruinido that ho
would txpnso the. rottenness and raa
cality of the republican crow. His
kind odor waa reaped fully declined
and tha conscientious amat'our re
turned like the dog to hia own
THE YELLOW PLAGUE.
The yellow fever haa made its appearance
poarance at Matamoras , and the poc-
plo on the Hio Grande are iiiuuh
alarmed. The Texan authorities htxvo
taken the most vigorour preventive
measures. The atato troops have bei'ii '
ordered to guard the passes of thu
Kio Grande and a very rigid quitt
tine has boon established on the r.ul-
roada. Now Orleans , Galvcstou ,
Charleston and SivAtmah have suf
fered from the ecourge nearly every
year. The recent terrible visitation
of Memphis proved that it waa not
confined to the Boa coast.
Scieatitio investigations which have
been undertaken in the south concerning
corning this disease have demonstrated
that it is not only an imported but an
indigenous poison. At thetlrst touch
of frost the gonna descend into the
warm sewers and ( Inks of the city
and remain thuro in u torpid atato
until the hot summer sun haa heated
the air end decaying animal or vege
table substances , or other malarial
influences have BO corrupted the at
mosphere as to fit it for the active
energies of these germs. For this
reason wo n ticu that the plaque sel
dom appoaru before the last of July
and continues ita work of destruction
until the first frost.
The existenceof the scourge at
Matainorai may naturally alarm the
inhabitants of the contiguous Bootioa ,
bui the national board of health will
probably check the spread of the dis
ease by prompt und vigorous measures ,
Thu breaking out of the yellow foyer
insy arouse congress to make the ap
propriations which the LaUonal board
of health has asked for and Inn failed
to receive during the present season.
THE RIGHT TO GOVEUN.
It Is too chlltlmli for any champion of
woman's Kiiffrage to claim that the right to
votfi In M Inherent M Ufa and liberty , * *
* Does nny champion oJ woman's
suffrage contend that the Infant , male or
fenm'e , Inherits the right to vote ut lUi
Ijlrth equally with the inherent right to
life nnd liberty.-TiiK HEK.
No woman suffragist , BO far as 1
know , has over contended for any sucli
tool thing. The inherent rights ol
children at birth depend upon nativi
ty and the system of government un
der which they are born. A largopro-
portion of children born into the world
li.ive not the right at birth and never
attain to it in adolescence or old age.
Such is the condition of human
ity , ninlo ana female , in China ,
in Russia , in Turkey , and
other monarchial governments ol
the world and alno of our own fe
males at homo. And now , since this
point ia si tiled , will you
vouchsafe the information whence
comes your right to vote !
How did you huppeti to grasp
it and your sister not. Did yea over
aik the female if she would consent to
give it to you , or did slio over tell
you to vote for her and by means of
your vote to affect , abridge or destroy
tier rights of person or of property ?
Aa you propose to withhold
from the female this common
right of citizenship , and as
your question carries us back
to rudimental prlnciplcH in govern
ment , will you toll when and whore ,
and how you got those rights of her
that you propose to withhold ? Who
gave them to you and how long have
, 'ou had thorn ? Would not this bo as
; oed an oportunity aa you will over
mvo to surrender them bick to her ?
While you ponder these propositions
will you bo good enough to remember
hat ours is a government , not of mus
cle , but of brains , and ask yourself
whether it is wise to exclude from the
igoncies of public i-ffaira ono-lmlf the
jrainlcst and best of our citizenship.
GENEHAI , ESTAJIUOOK and other ad
vocates of woman sullrago labor un-
! or a delusion when they assort that
ura is a government of brains and
lot of force. There is not a
onntry on the face of the earth
hat floats a flag with any pretense to
rganizod government that doeu not
epend upon ita ability to sustain it-
elf againnt domestic violence and for-
ign aggression by force of arms. In
lie language of Col. Bob Ingorsol' ,
n illusttious pagan like Gen. Estn-
irook , "a fhxg that will not defend its
efcndors and protect its protectors
s no bettor than a rag. " Even the
dministration of civil government
iaa to bo backed by forco. When
ur civil courts issue executions and
ttachments against property the
> rocf 3 is served by sheriff *
ud constables , not because of their
irains , but because they can enforce
heir demands if need bo by mutclu
nd f KCO of arms. It , is the ability
nd obligation of the male citizen to
u.itain the lawa and defend his coun-
ry by physical force as a
inlice oflicer or soldier in any
emergency that makes him n
member of the body politic. In
other words the ballot box goes hand
n hand with the cartridge box , and
hose who cannot wield the bullet
mvo no right to the ballot.
( Inn. Estabrook asks who gave the
nala the rights which are withhold
rom \\OIDOII. Our answer is that
ullrago ia not a right but a [ rivilego
t is a privilege coupled with
luticB and obligations which woman
cannot assume or fulfill , owing to
unctiomU disabilities common to her
ox When these disabilities are re
moved , and woman can bear arms on
and and oca , do police duly , sit i'pon
urioa , and nerve without intermission
n any oflico during its term , they will
> o entitled to share with man the
privoligo of voting.
This privilege of voting ia
lot like life and liberty , a right
conceded to nil mankind by the written
or unwritten law of the land , but on
he contrary it is regulated by the
states , Movcovor the fundamental
irinoiplo of the suffrage is that the
lorson who exercises this privilege
shall bo a free ngcnt , n sovereign un-
romelled in hia political choice ,
tfalua under IVKO and a
great majority of women are de
pendent on the will of parent
and husband. Thior political choice
would not bo the voice of u sovereign ,
nnd that unfits them fur the sacred
duties of the auli'rngo. The exclusion
of the whole BOX because the maas la-
ijor under Uiaibilitics that unfit them
'or the active duties of
citizenship is just na proper
f not absolutely necessary na the con-
rol by man of his household and fain-
ly. When woman marries aha takes
a vow to honor and obey her husband
while ho ntaumoa Jtho obligation to
irotect and provide for her. This
listinotioii beginning almost with the
irst family has continued through nil
; ei.oraiiuna nnd it will continue ai
01114 as men und women inhabit this
vorld unlesa the physical lawa of na
ture are abolished ,
THE Valentino organs never cease
uoting from the Inter Ocean in de
mise of their patron saint , The Infer
Avail has been for many years a never
ailing well spring of praise for the
lolitical black sheep of Nebraska ,
'ho editor , Mr. Curtis , waa clerk of
ho Bcnato committee of territories
vhon Mr. Hitchcock was chairman ,
nd It has been' hia business over
inco to whitewash every jobber and
lolilical fraud that trains with the U.
' , brigade. It ia perfectly natural
liut Ourtia cornea to the rescue of Yul-
ntino in the forged census business
> y putting ull the blame on Majors ,
Alexander and Schwonck. Uut hero
in Nebraska , where our Ynl. is
known to bo tha bosom friend o
Schwonck and kindred spirits , the
Inter Ocean whitewash is altogether
n atrlco Independent.
The State Journal of Tuesday uses
up a column in the vilification and
alnnder of Senator Van \Vyck. Ho is
the ono man whom the Journal has
not been able to handle. The Lificoln
postoflico sticks to Goro'r. crop and ho
can't got it out. After fighting Van
Wyck for U. S. Senator , ho domandei
the Lincoln postoflico by way of pro
pitiation , but the Senator did not pro
pitiate worth n cant. This is about
the size of the grievance and the cause
of the Journal's animosity and down
right Ijini ? . If Van Wyck , with nl
the mean underhand opposition that is
brought to boar against' him doca his
duty to the people , ho will bo a great
Don't You Forgot It.
The Omaha Republican ia very anx
ious to know whether Judge Gaslin ia
in Jim Lilrd'u district or not. Wo
were not aware of the fact before thai
Jim was proprietor of a district , but il
ho in wo aupposo it must bo the Secont
ono as that ia where ho lives. Wo
will relieve the Ilopuclican'a buninj
curiosity by informing it that Judgi
Oaslin lives in Harlan county. The
Republican oui lu to know what dis
trict that county is in , aa it was the
mouth-pioco of the unholy alliance
that divided the state in its present
unjust nnd anti-republican manner.
Its foolish and frantic appeals
to the legislature to pass the
Burns bill to prevent the disaster
of n democratic district can never bo
forgotten. Having got the districts
fixed to suit it , if the Republican
does not want n democratic congress
man from the First district , it , or the
combination to which it belongs , wants
to bo very careful who it nominates.
For instance how many counties in
this district would support Church
Howe or any other well known rail-
reid man , if their nomination waa
Forced upon the pcoplo na the appor
tionment was ? Possibly Pawnee ,
Johnson nnd Lancaster and possibly
not. All of the other counties in the
contingency named would bo classed
is doubtful. To return to Judge Gas
lin with whom wo started out. Jim
Liird will find out soon otiough where
Ilia residence ia.
Attend the Caucuses.
Nlo' ram I'lonccr.
The people this year have the whole
political machinery iu their own handa
if they choose to take advantage of the
circumstances. The caucuses of the
various precincts will decide the whole
matter if f.iirly managed , and that fair
nuriagomcnt depends entirely upon the
interest taken by the republican voters
; hcm ulves. They cannot afford to al
ow iho machinery to go into the hands
of only a few men who make a busi
ness of running aflUirs entirely their
own way. The enemy of the people
would much rather prefer the old way
of doing things , butitsoema to us that
Iho people have stood by long enough
in permitting the one-man power to
dictate to them what they must do.
Certainly the people have by this time
learned the motives of most of the old
wiro-pullora , andhow they have abused
the confidence entrusted to them.
Looking at it in this .light , it would
oecm that a now order of things IB
necessary to insure n fair deal. Laat
Fall the bolting of the regular conven-
tipnclearly illustrated.whatthoso men
will do in order to cain what they are
pleased to term "p wor and pros-
litjo. " They have no desire to work
for the good of the people , but are
ready to bury their intorosta entirely
out of sight to lift up their own. If
ono or two men are to dictate to a
whole pcoplo what muat bo done ,
throwing aaido entirely their supreme
will , then surely the CAUCUS is n failure -
uro because the people chooap to make
it so. Knox county is interested in
throe creat nnltora thia full , nnd they
are , first , the selection of n square-
toed delegation for the now congres
sional district convention at Fremont ;
second , n delegation to the sena
torial convention ; and third ,
n delegation to the repre
sentative convention. The first
will to a great extent determine what
kind of n man will represent the dis
trict ably ai d for the beat interest of
the people in the lower house of congress
gross , and the last two will decide as
to the coming United States oonator
whether Senator Saundora will bo re
turned , or any good man who will rep
resent the people of the state , or
simply that a faction or a powerful
corporation detrimental to the poeplo
shall have power. It ia therefore that
wo earnestly urge the importance of
each man doing hia duty at the local
caucutoa nnd selecting such men as
will have independence aulllcient to
make n bold fight ngainst packed con
ventions. The L'ionoor has its pro-
ferencea , but those preferences are
not of such a character that it can see
no room for reasonable efforts and fair
THE TAX ROLL
Tlio Assessed Valuation of Property
In the State
The assessment roll of the state of
Nebraska as complied by the auditor
of public accounts show : Total as
sessed valuation of all property in the
ttato , 898,537- > . Total tax levied
on thti general fund , $137,874 ; sink-
ini : fund , § 211,720 ; rohuol fund , S)8 ! ) >
DJJ ? ; university fund , Siil)31 : ( ) , total
tux on ubovu funds , 5307,081) ) .
The total assessed valuation of pro
perty iu Douglas county iet ) , 350.051) ) ;
railroad property amounts to § 190- ,
000 ; telegraph S7.GU. Lancas-
tors total is 85,100,011 ; railroad property -
perty , § 707,712 ; telegraph , ? 704.
Caas county's total valuation is § 3. >
017.-103 , Otoo $3,913,305. Other
counties nmko fair exhibits
The total assessed value of railroad
property in the state ia $ M,870 850 ;
telegraph , $111,021.
Halo of a Hailroad ,
National A toc ! tuJ 1'rcsi
OaiuAoo , July 20. Poorin &
Springfield railroa-1 , running between
1'ooria and Pekin 1ms been Bold to 0 ,
11. Oumminga , president of thePooria ,
Decatnr & Evansville , Lake Erie &
Western , and New York , Chicago &
St , Louis roada , for $509,000.
A LIVELY BLAZE.
TIio Western Union Telegraph
Office on Fire.
The Department Called Out
But Not Needed.
About 7 o'clock a. m. Saturday a fit o
broke out in tlio operating room ol
the NVcstorn Union telegraph com
pany , in the second story. It was dis
covered simultaneously by nover.il par
ties in the street , the blnzo being
plainly visible through the front win
dow. The rry of lire wan raised
and carried from mouth to mouth
until it WAI heard at No. 3'a
house and the two hose
companies und the Hooks turned out.
No alarm wa rung , however , and
although the pipe was laid no water
Waa thrown , as for once water was nc
good , and thotolegraphboyaaucceedcd
in convincing thu ilrouien of that fact.
The ll'imoa were soon quenched and
the dumaijo found to bo alight beyond
the temporary inturruption of busi
ness.Thu fire originated at the switch
board from which over otio hundred
wires are connected with the battery
down stairs. The wires probably be-
cumo crossed , und it being a wet day
and the electricity in the air above av-
urago , the hunt moiled the wires and
ignatcd the switch board , the flames
leaping up and catching on
the adjoining wood work. To
havot thrown water on this
electric fire would have boon like put
ting oil on nn ordinary conflagration.
The only way to check it waa to cut
off the connection with the battery
and when this was done it was soon
Thpro was not a single line loft in
working order , and it was nearly 11
o'clock before the office waa again in
ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY.
A Grand Picnic August 1st at Han-
The programme for the day , on the
occasion of the forthcoming picnic of
St. Goorgo'o society , ia given below :
At 9:30 : a. m. extra cars will bo in
readiness at Fifteenth and Farnam
streets , to take the pcoplo to the park.
Immediately on arriving at the park
the mombora of the St. George's so
ciety will repair to the platform ,
where each will receive his badge. At
10:30 : literary cxcrcisea will commence
and bo conducted in the following
Solo and choruf"Ilulo Brittania. "
Oration M. II. Carletun , president of
Quartette Come Where the Lilies
Bloom"- Misses Stevens , Air. W. Stevens
and Mr. 'liemaiue.
Five rainutei speeches Messrs. John
son , Lanynn , T. lionner and Taylor.
' Sonjr-"The Guard Ship , " Mr. Ed. J.
Five minute speeches Messrs. Roth-
well , J. Jionner , Dove and Llyesey.
Song Mrs. I'arlter.
Essay Mrs Jane Litey.
Recitation Frank Stockdale.
S. . > ngV. . O. SaodoiB.
Fifteen minutes speech W. ,1 Broad-
Five minute speeches Messrs. Balling-
er , Midgeloy and Powell.
Duett"Two Merry Girls , " Ettie Con
ner and Nellie Stevens.
Duett Mr. and Mrs. Johnson.
fcive ininuto speeches Messrs. D.\rrell ,
Soto and churns "Cousin .Todediah. "
Recitation Mr. Shephard ,
Song Mr. Taylor.
Reading Mm. Eayies.
Instrumental piece Frank Stockdale-
Duett "Larboard Watch , " Mr. Ste
vens and Mrs. Barnacle.
Five minute speeches Mojsrs. Hadrill
"God Save the Queen , " nnd "Star
Spangled Banner. "
Dinner will bo announced at the
close of the literary exercises , and as
it will bo a basket pio-nio , everybody
will dine in a manner as suits him , or
herself beet. The amusements will
begin after dinner. Among the games
to bo played are cricket , crcquot , lawn
tennis , graue-hoop and others. Danc
ing will commence at 2 p. m. Irv
ine's orchestra will furnish the music
for the dancing. There will bo awing-
ing , foot racing , etc. , for the children
who desire such fun.
By order of thn Committee.
THE FARNAM SHEET CHURCH
The Advantageous Stto of the Chris
tiana1 New Edifice.
The Christian church of thin city
lias purchased fifty feet more ground ,
which gives them a frontaga on Farn
am of one hundred and five foot , by
ono hundred and thirty-two foot deep.
They are now building a church on
this lot 44x70 foot , two stories high ,
which will cost , when completed , from
eight to ton thousand dollars.
They expect , also , to erect a hand
louie parsonage on the corner of their
lot Bomotimp during the fall. ]
Aa this will bo the only church on
farnam , the principal street of the
city , and aa it ia centrally located ,
Doing only two blocks from the new
court house , and only five blocks from
the Paxtoi ) , it must bp regarded as a
church uite , second to none m our city.
It will , by common consent , be
mown as the Farnam atreot church.
The work on the church ia being
lushed forward aa fast aa possibh ,
and the building will doubtosa ba un
closed by the first of September.
A Banquet to bo Tendered the De
parting Military Men.
Sunday a banquet was given
at the residence of Hon. Ezra Millard
o General Crook , Colonel Royall , and
Captains Bourke and Roberta , who
ire BOOH to leave for Arizona , to
which department they are transfer-
After the dinner an impromptu
noeting of gentlemen waa called iu
ho parlorsj and Hon. Ezra Millard
hoaeu chairmen , when it waa agreed
to tender Gen. Crook a public ban
quott upon his departure for Arizona ,
A committee of eight upon Invitation
and general arrangements waa np
pointed on motion of Judge Wakoloy.
The committee consists of lion Ezra
Millard , Hon. E. Wakoloy , Mr. Guy
0. Barton , Mr. T. L. Kiraball , Mayor
Boyd , Dr. Miller , Gen. Miuidorson
and Mr. II. Kountze.
The Iowa Weather Prophet Predicts
for August ,
Prof. Couch , the Iowa weather
prophet , makes predictions in regarc
to the weather for the coming month
as follows :
August , 1882 , will bring prevailing
hot and dry weather for largo areas ,
The periods to bo notable for oxhibi
lions of high degrees of energy will
bo near the the 8th , 12th , 14th , 2'td
mid ; ! 9th. These will bring changes
in the then existing weather. The
more marked period will be near the
8th , and is liable to give a tropical
hurricane to the seaboard states ,
with earthquakes and volcanic activ
ity in tropical countries and fierce nun
storms. The 15th may so change as
to give a aeries of general raina. The
23d will result in n severe norther ,
but no damaging frosts. The
weather in detail will bo for the
rain areas :
1. Hot , and falling barometer.
2. Clouds , with local raina and
3. Clearing aky.
4. 5 , 0. Clear or fair.
7. Rapidly rising temperature.
8. Tropical hurricanes may strike
0. Hot , high winds and rain.
10. Cooler westerly winda with
11. High winds and tlircatontug
12. Hail and thunder storms ,
13. Clouda and shower ? .
14. Hot and sultry.
15. Tempestuous storms.
1C. Rains and winds.
18. Clouds and showers.
19. 20 , 21 , clear or fair.
22. Warm and threatening.
23. Polar wave with raina.
24. Cloudy and rainy.
25. Fair and cooler.
20. Clear or fair.
27. Warmer and threatening.
28. Hot , with thunder storms.
29. High winds and rains.
30. Cloudy and showery.
31. Clear and pleasant.
E. J. CODCII.
July 24 , 1882.
Diamond Dyes any lady
can got aa good results * aa the beat
practical dyer. Every dye waranted
true to name und sample.
W. S. Ilazen , of Salt Lake , ia in the
Luke Voorhees , of Cheyenne , is In the
H. Holcomb , of Schuyltr , is at the Mil-
T. S. Olnrkson , of Schuyler , ia at the
Hon. N. W. Wells , of Schuyler , is in
; he city.
Chas.T. Gilraore , of Cheyenne , is at the
W.T. Lewon , of Kansas City , is at the
Mrs.L. McMahon left fora visit in tie
Councilman Dunham returned from the
J. I * . Fuirchild , of St. Joe , is a gues
A. Heersand wife , of Kansas City , are
at tha Withnell.
E , E. Balhach waa an ea < it bound pas
senger 3 oaterday.
Gco. K. Manley , of Wyoming , Is a guest
of the Creighton.
John Hersiin , of Duhuque , Iowa , is at
the Metropolitan ,
W. II. Cromer , of Bath , Pa , h a guest
of the Metropolitan ,
John G. Wolfe , of Philadelphia , was at
the Cralghtou last night.
C. A. Browne , of Chicago , was a With
nell house guest la t night.
Kx-Gov. Pacheco , of California , was a
west-bound passenger yesterday.
E. 0. ICnowles , of Washington , D. C. ,
waa at the Withnell lat night ,
MM. C , K , Contact returned frnja a
trip to Salt Like City yesterday.
M , Longmire and W , IT. Street , of
Colo's circus , are at the Metropolitan.
FenllnanJo Armelltai and Vito Maal-
ill , of Italy , are guests of the Metropo'l-
D. K. Thomas. R , J. Moore , and Miss
Clara Sedliiu , of Lincoln , are at the Mil
CUpt. Marsh , of the Omaba tl rso Ra
way C > , , come In from the wait last eve
li on. J. J , L , C , Jiwett , was among the
distinguished arrivals At the Millard Ia < t
W. A. Paxton and son , returned from
the eiat yesterday and registered at the
General George CrooV , commander of
the department of the Platteleft lastjcven
iug for Maryland.
F. W. Nahor , U. S. navy and Mrs. M
S. Nubor , of California , were guests at the
Withnell yeeter'ay ,
Bert L Als , of the U. P. freight aud ( .
.at't olHco , left list evening for Batavla ,
, Y. , on a Uslt to his mother.
One of the fnmoui Doekstetter brother ? !
of Haverly's Mostadon Minstrels , was on
east bound passenger on Sunday' * train ,
Col , Stanton , paymaster of the depart-
nent of the Platte , and his clerk , Mr.
1. W. Chuce , came iu from S-ilt Lake last
John Cowie , Km ] , , t he popular manager
of the Boston dry goods store , has returned
rom Lake Minnetouka feeling as happy
as a mocking bird ,
Major Gmtavuj Stevenson left last
veniug for Clinton , Iowa , from whence
IB will io to Nuw York , tha trip being
one of recreation and pleasure.
Gen , C , F. MixuJeruon , managing direc.
or mul J. II. Wilbur , cashier of the
Omaha Savings baulr , left for Chicago last
venlnp on busiuoia connected with tlat
YOUNOERS' DEVOTED UNCLE-
The Ola Man Still Laboring Hard for
the Pardon of the Outlaws.
Special to St. Paul Pioneer 1'rets.
STILLWATER , Minn. , July 28. In
conversation with Col. L. P. Younger ,
undo to the Younger brothers , who is
again in the city , ho informa the re
porter that in adition to the
petition for the release of _ the
boys , published in Wednesday's Pion-
oar Press , ho loft ono with the gover
nor composed entirely of singers , aomo
200 or more , who had known the
Younger family for many years , aomo
us long ai sixty-five or suvonty years ,
and who know of no crime or misdemeanor
meaner that they over committed ,
mid unite heartily f < ir thu release of
the boys on that account. The colonel -
ol lays great stress upon the hereto
fore unblemished iiamo of Younger , of
which ho ia BO proud. With refer
ence to the
TAKI.NO OFF THE 1)0Y8 ) * WITH HIM
to IUH homo in Oregon , ho saya it is
hia purpose to first clear up nil old
cores against them by taking them to
Iowa upon a requisition of the gover
nor of that state , whcro they will
answer to the charge of train robbery
laid at their door in that state , and
From there to Minnesota , and if there
bo mithing charged there that can bo
proven , then they shall sutler the con
sequences. This , the colonel says , ho
will pursue until every thing shall have
been cleared up , and then , if they
shall bo free , will take thorn with him
lo Oregon , where they can settle down
and become useful and honored citi
zens , like the remainder of the family.
The colonel will leave the city , still
lipping and working for the release of
Washington Special ,
Louisiana pcoplo are apparently a
good deal different from the inhabi
tants of any other state in the Union.
It will bo remembered that a man
named Walsh has been giving out to
the public during the loot throe woeka
some vorv astounding statements con
necting Senator Kellogg with the star
route cases. The other night Senator
Kellogg went into a newspaper office
hero und found Walsh seated by the
side of a correspondent's desk going
over his testimony in court. Kellogg
waa not at all abashed at the sight of
Walsh , nor was Walsh at the sight of
Kellogg aaid to him , "Hello , John ;
dow are you ? " John got up and the
two shzok hands , and the two men
retired to a corner where they en
gaged in a long and intimate conver
sation , and finally parted apparently
upon the very beat terms in the
Tbo Conn oil Bluffs Committee.
N' tlou l Associated Vrcsn.
CUICAOO , July 29. A committee of
business men from Council Bluffa are
n the city endeavoring to secure re
consideration of the order recently
issued by the Iowa trunk lines asso
ciation , in which freight rates to
Council Blufl'a were made the same as
; o Omaha. The committee claim this
s unjust aa igivoa Omaha great ad
vantages. The trunk lines claim
; hey are obliged to make equal ratoa
in order to compete with such roads
aa have got into Omaha without cros-
aing the bridge.
Coma On ,
Notions ! Associated Press.
LONDON , July 20 Sir John D.
3oleridgo has accepted the invitation
jy the Amurican bar to viait the Uni
ted States next year.
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Aa It la for aU the painful dlscoica of the
KIDNEYS , LIVER AND BOWELS.
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only the victims of rhounuitisni can roaUze.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the Tvorat forma of this tcrriblo dtaeaso
bavo boon qiUekly relieved , and In short
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Grain and Gmss bood is - avy
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