UK HTATK : O X V K X T Tho Irish National League Convention j p - M ;- ! i opens at 10 A. M. to-day, and will bo largely attended by delegates from every portion of the State, Tbo following is the CAM. K O K T H K S T Y T K C O N of Irish societies In Iowa. To the Irish Soffetfty of the ,SÂ«ttf Â«/'/Â«*fii: IJy authority of the convention hold at | I ant. H i t - the I i und .. " ary, 18U-I, at iho Bttrtls Opera Hnuso, at 10 A. M. of said day, to devise, in accord ance with tho constitution adopted ut j Â« u iJ7; said Philadelphia convention, a more t perfect union of said. societies in cmr i btute, by which wo may strengthen the i hands of tho Irish people In Ireland and eimblo them to resist forced emigration, coercive legislation, and tho list of terrible terrible evils whicli follow In their train, to further amend the land laws, and, above all, U) enable Parnell to present u pructi- call) 1 united Ireland In the Hrltish Houso of CoinmonB, ilemandlng tho restoration of tbo undent right of tuo nation to administer administer its own domestic affulra. Tho next general election In Ueland will, If wo do our doty--notwithstanding a restricted franchise--give tho gallant and patient louder of tlio Irish people a following of eighty members, who will proclaim to tho world Ireland's dissatisfaction dissatisfaction with foreign rule, and her determination determination to obtain contrn own hi tor mil affairs. Since which has been UUy called tho Irish nation, until now, has never boon able to call tho attention of tho world to Its dissatisfaction with that corrupt corrupt and bribe-begotten compact. There have been Insurrections; bravo men by hundreds havo purpled tho scaffold, hut tho world was led to believe, because sho was misrepresented, and sometimes betrayed betrayed In tho House of Commons, the mass of the people did not desire a kot us help Purnell in this last move of Irish constitutional agitation, which, If It fall, with United Ireland Iu the British House of Commons, will justify the Irish people in the eyes of tho civilized world, in resort ing to other moans to obtain r ! Ono Â«nfor (rum from thu 'nR Qro ut H. It. Herlil .. M. 11 t II, Â· Â· , V. ton, S. VtWj\ St. j who Groono. open at that work. Tho Poorift nt7:Â«0 returning following the that "Baby". to F. Coyne place.1 "Baby"