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July 23, 1892

The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

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Tiiii Pestvilk Weekly Review. P03TTILLS, SAT"DAY, JXTLY 23 •W. W. BTtELDtca:, Editor. Ultrr.ul it :Ji .t r,n.-il ,;-jh -i: -it ftisfiir?.,! r; iraMJ>l.'f-C..I . >, .v JJM.'/.T National It eon Mian Titter. '." iv P—"Mdetlt. BSNJ.Uil.N KARai .iON. lit tititl:l:i:t- i'",iv V.i'ii-p-.vsidiin*. •if Sa-.v Tii"i. PRESIDES Tit Ai ELECTORS- IIT..KO.TlV,t:< .W t .AKl'.lt. A. B. C'nmri»in;r.« .if p.»iU. Milieu Remiey. -,f Cr.-v.i. ©I3TXICT ELECTORS. PiMU \V. M. W:ii:«r. of VanBiiMn. Second .. .. Cha.s. l .ii '.vi.t. oi' .f<"i>>:"..-*ii'i. Third . .. C ... Ai :iiv .--.ir. ..( Hardin. Fourth . H. P. Ham-nek. ,-,f Fiy«-;,>. Fit'Lli Henry nwn*. of Martha!.. Si .<!.!» ft. I-', r a.Toij, of Da. 'is. Sav.4nt.il ... E. ft. Hay**, of Marion. Eighth. . . . I.. ('. Menhiiti. of Appaiiooie. Sffntli ..folia I.inrttr, of Pouawauitrai*. r .ttH.li .... /.. X. Cluircli. of Green. £l«v«titii E. 0. Chassei;. if Plymouth. ST ATI TICKET, .or hrtni'rttif7 .if 5ta;.«. \V. .VI. .Uoli'Aiill'.ANi.,. .•" or A: •.-.(-..•" 1 1 an.v.-ni, .fOk.i V '-TONS. Mi.. a ; K i' '.'.'l.inv'.v .if M.W.V p,tKt"-N A. RE A.'I.N, •vf Martha.. .•••,«aty t -v A .1ii .".-.V -ef *uu.«, 0 • r. M.:i"ARTHY. .'.f -5t'.'.~7 V.GttP.-.'T. Jcnr Kai'.roa.i CoiU'ii'ssiooe?. <> w ?Raici.\>. of rfinionr, c.uu.-.tv. R2?TT2t .icAar co^roasaaxo'S'Ai. coxnr'33mo2J - . "t)-*n I' I IHI" Linton i;i thai, rapuhli- . nana, genm-iilly, lakrt the purl. <if lint! employer! and livixanH!" llu» laboring num. From th« RrtgiHinr down in tin*. mo«v itiHi'xni'ii'.'int. I'lipnhlioan miwipa- pi'V in tim siate ami from Minir greatest, uintt to lain strum. I'.nvnvi - st at unman, •liny an> all btisCy .mtrnetnit in t.fvinjr to framu ...waisns for Carmoioo .C*. Co. and tin.liner fattit. with ami itniionni'.iny :he st filter*." S-v.v H.tat;)ton Trilmau. Wa niaii.i tint aiinv.t .mutation •vliinii in .arintl forms in jj.iiwg tlm riimdaof; ;im ieuioitiviin 1 . pratis. nniply to fulia; t ••V :tiI« 'an statemunt •« .a rim utitm • i'nrt. liii' :a:uiMai'.!. ,H .Mmi '.miivit. Tai* VHiiti'.ilivaii -ivi-r.a .tvnmui, u.'i :;ui ' ami ail s!i '\i -,'s r'ov liia: :na;:vr. viivi'ti 'iiti t\ ! - :'.(.;i<r 'Y '.u^umn :'.^f'.ls»i :*) aiiinv irivv .v<'.i";aitvi ail.i 'avi:' lia.'i's. •vn '"it oi jumii'ia. {'."U;i:i;.i" v.ta 1 a. - tw^u or uiuiv .imi)iii»"'M. ant. uu. it raHUvi't. am JM.V :ov taa .'::ns[;: aiain if '.ilrt \. l .'.O .tl A'.lli ' illl .'.IT i oi :,ni iatut. .v:i:e;i .tsoitvia;:-; ..ii'liui any iUi'.li .•..'.ir.'iiai a;n. am. :"t^'i.' i tor :im .V'H - ';ainn aa ;\;\V.. 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Bar, w« know th*c tiio .va.v* .-.oal* as Honiio- Jt, !io\'',, : :'..u!;.i 7 aar oia.ta of Ui -.oiMi '-t t.o.vi <:•: in any !im world Bo' 'l.ia T'n«s •'.v.i!M !io:i ia r.'.ay ,r anyliodv jiao rnr. "atJwnAi? wtf >MT." t:r,'. init.tr. inrtic. "lint ,,thiiv dav \V'\ ran on !., M10 f.il- iti'vin^. witioii :M an i'ai'.!. I'i'oni omi of Pnwditnt. l'i.ti'i'iMon^ iiilin <[)«nr!irtM doli-.'-vvii in a M'.va in r.'-can titrmsli which h«! wan iiiu<sia'j on U:t< 'a'i» to tlm Pavilio onus!, i: or IVJ.-I :iiai. with all tint .•:»>•»« ni'idu.'it npim iu.i rrcai oillon im -ttiV. 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TI L.1 i?r«a: oot^ido w.srlu ao'. i-au; OOVll doato. oar. vvoral : ;;ay F.r.r ;;«i laoto Oi'i "ii;a:,.. a...» 1," And t.i :: prido 1-.:: afmr ita nor- .1.1 ;» Oar Roi many o.aiota jpnr. !: oij for .voaiti: ,.r p hia mind Unit iio rur lava as rnoai tiir.n . liviuvt appvoaoh. Thou h« m.!oiian:.taiiy and romaina u. and :.lt.t jr.rani- •oii ^i .i -io «oonpii»a ly thir.aa of bmn .' wlwn tin jaial'. rona to i:, on I v lonr 3t->n.t w:u ainto? far itnyond what, oan command i: ot.i-.isr oonatry in ii t-.it; p.ivtir.ont,. a iiiannfaotiii-.n- ii«mar.da of bao.ic :o U'.,s it ia oai-rirfd iiu: tiio ttraa 0. 1 iion it ia iT'no- o:viI:,:a:ioa of llu and oriniina! to Dia^Hi.w it aa wo may thia y*ar of our Cord. 1*02, ia t'r.o year that w'.U liar* m*f« lioarint,' on ilv f.:tnr* politic* of low a than any y.'ar .ax haa pre- cail^il i!-- for .sialic y«aiM the proiiihi- t'un win» of 1 party haa ,! atilnawd it, with o»:..-u.ar.tly il«cr#:iainj votea and waning form HAS, nr. to 1 for tha put thr*« joiti t'r..2 ha'.aooo haa i««n on th« wrung «U* of th« U«l»Ar. Thij year, t,l-.«r» h^ing no looai i.i.sti«a at 3ta'<«, it WM tiiou^ht to h* tit* oppor- tua< tim» to drop prohihition and strike out sol*!y for national iwr.ea, under which th« party in too pa.it roiled up iu raagnilioenf. ruijoi'itiii!, far into tli* thou.-ianda. In oarvyinj; out thin id«a th« leailaf of r .l.« •Uotori ivt i*rge, A. B. Cummings, haa itooil at t'i« hea.l of »nt!-prohibiltonUts, and even supported [kii*a both times tor gov*roor. Ai tha rnolt of this «fc'.oction, and hsoauao tha stat* convftitiini rofoiid to 4«o !»r« for prohibition, ev»n till* year, the umparanea alliance have giT»ti notia* that they will not snpport the ticlcat or the party. Kow tha matwr for the fnturo veau with ih» former republicans who hiTtt lata!/ benn toting with the democratic party on thia i.-imi*. The doora are wid* op«n for than- honorable rectrrn to their tint 1OT«. It th.jy will do it, and carry r .a* •leotion trinraphantiy this year, it will diapo,.« of this vexoU fjiiA-ttioQ and it is morally eertain that there will ne.er again h* a prohibilion planSc in a repnblioan platform in lowaj Kow that tho pirty haa jon*! ba«ilc to firit princio!*'? and haa met the »r,tU half way, will they come back and help to make the o !<l pirty what it waa b«for» UiU entan£li»g allianca nu broaght in? Yoa h»7« prof«4S44 to b« jtut M gooo' r*prU'jiican.< on general principlaa sn » T«T. N OW ii the time to prova 'il Valta you do it now their* will n»ver fc« another opportunity; for if th4 party i* boaun thU y*xr, through the dafettion of prohibitionUu and the refniua! of th* lib «riU eo raeum. then tk«r« can be no otem« for the p»ri;t next ye*r or any other y «»r to take »ny other stand than tiiat of prohibfticxt- The le»t this y«*r "n the fiftil ont a a to the en /rreed portion of the republican party, and the solution T**U witii the ftntv-prohibilioa element formerly in the repabliean party but of lata voting with the democrats. We bettere etiough of them will ac<v>pt the otire r/.anch held out to (hem to redeem the <t»U gvanrtly ir> the coming ©oateut. Ilia own hu.-inoa.-i, or shall the am ploy* run it at hi-i pi«.->r.r» and wind no ait nil!. Poo* dear Wait. Butior. The detr.o- orat -1 of thi» h^u.'.e, of whioh h« ij an unhappy meinour, have i.it .town .in fr*i* .ii:\'er 30 hard it. cannot wi^Ie iigain thi.1 loaaion. Alaa' for our con- ^vnsisman'a pec hobhy. We hardly thin'*, however, that ho will be M badly ilU-yruMii that ha will refa.ie to be a eamliilati! for rs-slection. But if hd ia beaten, aa he ia likely to bo, it will he a crumb of oenifort to him that he will not have to associate forth*'." with dam- ocrata who ignore what, he claiana to be an erpial iuna with the tarilt'. If the tariff plank had been adopted aa it came from the eommitte* at Chicago VTalt would prohahlv have jon* and hang hiouelf-to the new departure in democratic principle*! It ia eaay for a politician to adapt Liniao'.f to a platform, at Unas until after ein-tioti. »jpt.-ciaily whea the poaitit.n of con- »re.i.jman nay be at the end of the itrinsf. Ar laat we have found something in the mugwump Harpers' Wealcty to commend. It U the bold and manly stand the editor took Lut week in tee HomaaUad affair. We were anxious I to se* whether it would cringe and j ex/itue the harharity like tha demoorat- | io pread, but it does not, hut takes even a more advanced stand on the side of law and order tbaa moat of the repub- lisa.n papers. U characterizes the mob of strikers as not only murderers bnt I traitors and says they should he treated 'as .iucii, and it is criminal nonjense for icidiv.duaU or parties to stand up for any inch disr&xar.i of the right* of property and the right* of other man, jnat as much entitled to recognition as themiuives. XaU outspoken and manly eoiuM« of the Weekly is worthv of all commendation and we only wish that every paper in the land would coma oat and ipeak the trusi as fearlessly. I Jis interesting teatcire oi the great (hrutian Endeavor meeting m K«tv Vork wa.s the presence, on short notice, of delegates from every quarter of the gtobe. 'fhis world ia getting to be a small, but well arranged, place of residence. It ia a matter of a few micrtus [ to »pe*k wuh » gentleman in Knrope 1 about t'.uin&s .i, •<( if the affair reqairts ' a personal meetteg. to run over there and see him about it. If a World » 1 convention ia to \r» held ia New York, t notices of election can be sent lit ait the | precincts, except perhape, a few in the 1 euon-'h ta s-orp'.y tho nature, when iio !:;-.fries weary rounds of hu.'inoH.'i. Perseverinjj ia.1nnr.ry is worthy of all cnmm.tr..latior.. but wi'.iu to t.U» e-itrenio of pnttia^ .if aiieution in ti-.o ho 11: h'.o and unworvhy the •i-^i in which we il.',» those who ihould iw dearnr to 11a than iife. W ,T wl-.o iiro sorr.;;v!'.a;. id'/.inv-.c.l in yearn can our. iv.Yi'.rubor the spoon in the rapivliy l.rni-'honinr past whktc we s','o.»d besidii bar who waa to ..hare our joy* it.; sorrows, and pledged tin affection as deep as tl-.o ocean and aa pure aa tho starry vault of heaven. W* thou md there prapes..:. 1 to make a home wiioroin lave sh.u-.id ha the or#•Ji .linA' i''' r -i:-.s. and into whose .sacr.:il precinct* tho anu-mls taighi lo.-.k over the b-.utiementa of heaven and p^cr into its every recess with an approving etnile. How do we keep than pledge'. 1 We can not keep it by simply providing the material things which only cos- tribute to toe c.oaifort; of the physical nature. These are important and proper in their way. hut they are merely the husks that cover and partially conceal th* inner b«iag. the soul of the home. There can be no real home unless it has a soul. Do veu sav it mnsT. have aa many souls as there are members of tho family'.' This is not true. There ehould be but one home soul —a compOMice, blended soul, made up of all the homo idols, so cemented :hs.c the hepe ami aspiration of one meet an answering throb in the heart of each. If the lvane is a happy one it must bo a unit. How idle to say that a man may have interests at variance with thoso of his wife and children, or vice versa. The home that is not one in aspiration, one in aim and one in purpose is no home at all. And this reqaireraent cannot be realized without a close intimacy »nd a confidence tie at nothing can shake. And how can this be secured save by almost constant companionship and mutual interchange of ideas? What we as Americans need (and we include ail foreign Horn eit'uens in the list of American.! in this sense) is to get acquainted with our families! If we have not the pleasure of their acqnaintance let us get some neighbor to introduce us and then proceed to a better acquaintance! Break, up all the tee in tha hoaie pond and let the mn of love and perfect eontideae* shine in. It will do us all good. It will bring us down where we belong, to a common level. It will break the barriers of prid« and «*,!• tuaceit And envy. Hea- vtm is tha idea! home of the christian because p«rfect love is supposed to reiga supreme "in the far away home of the blest." And so that earthly home is an idea! one where the same Strand, living principle abides, whether it is in marbU walls or in the unpretending log ear-ins that once were so numerous here. (Jod is love, and this iVeMe spark whicli we potseas. struct; an'.«:::•? a,on.: wovshior.rjrs 0 :t, op L:\ tho -a.-.--. 70.; v. great, d'a. of o-i.'.-.v aoool, It .v.r.. >:;:;:io<.: 00 a• ' va.;• ;•; if Ao tr . ' oao 'Vora. 1.'•:::.•:-. 00 '.iiot' arid T v: fief. ..j :.:..'. 1 .''."in •;"• <-o. too/ :a • >. aa or^aa'tail, n of •• S .M-,' i-.or-. V •',::•• ma." tlioy ,iul: ••, . t aiidor-f,' •a. 1011. • I'ii.i i,"'ii of Jo:-.,! ;a .iecorntio". ,;.i' : ' -.vitli them, am! tills onst, ouo ::.>• trot; 00 i"g-iod ri'unlou.'' Th: ait' pacor" gave it; .1 ilowia* 'end M:'. scmiiierj ,vofi corn t'ror.i oi:i"ori!nt r.'ii". J of ! i'..» ^tato. Tlioy mad 1 their J, oeci:ii,;H and fortatad a rroceiision and drov-' out. to tiio oonioti*!'/ to dscira;.: -lo-n-.t t,..iin:.y peopi.;. not t ••*;.,t*r .H' V'ater- ans" in the cvow.i spoociics. and 1 00: ninoii to tailt .a.-i-ii-.:. is ooititer of ....^...i ^1..,. ? oaocrs that had so well adTortisod it • io:ii..ov:v:io -'ar..Ian! main a.ooo tiiou'.ht enough of thorn to orot ir. Of ij -' ;l 'o '.•*''--v.-.^. accord':.-. " . rT t t 'O 'irr i.-uioor'i:. : . aroraigr.ir. arn ti-.e gal.nortng waa Wai.ai:i> tura.'./. ..".snvd It ; s ..ad,--' t.-'o l-'oo-a- a r.rtphv.v of tl-.at, old .i.ldl/r. G.u-.'i j American itand.trd. ranging troc: Harnov. who died hare two v^ars a.-iv ' !l> u:^ touon i::gi;ar. thai; to-! -::!> .. . , " , • • stf'.ite.s and ..T.-....1 dto.i taas oii .T.. sir VV:il:a,:c ia a poet, aad ho read on,.; i;1 ,; 1 ,, B . 1 ,, i; t ll 't„, ! ,:f r:t; of i::s poems, iviticit was pcitted and , tho roo::ao!-t ot S:hi i\ ta •'.-.• • -v. I'.-C •:: id 0 •x vr ; , r .. liiiiu. At T'.:i< r di 1 not hoar tho ir. Hoo. ' arvoil D 1.. •• 'v i ,r"-s ;.: a ^:.'ao ii .r:,-,: :o. as ..... v •:. liouern i Hr-ai.'fi Ci.:...e> , *>!-vwa Eondoir- 1'he ave.-i.ge pay of -roilo:"-;" in foot- r .'i: 1.0 i'lit.i ntiis w .is it i. ;>V t',o- e.fiit '• on '.vor'c. llhe •. •.'. 017 of r'.lori in ti:.- En-j'.uii tuil. for a day 1 wo ft wis St.-iri. " Heater"" Mr. ^ti:'o. ; - , ; .> tor Ttti; 1 :-. ;ai • . 1. id tl-..-, oioi'k for ii4 a: onoo wore ar. H I TI nia QOT .^0^.5 Th^i:--".; *, wot*. Blknl.M .... M.;: .'rt:n.. t.U • famot PO'51 ri I. L: J.03LI. :r U'.» ITii .ti.i : 1:::: r. 1 A':. was act ,-1 '" " • " .i'-..,«..-'> m , I JOLt.-yivimi.t nj.ii.s ;. rsra ! en. IJ; i. -.: • • tho lortod 10 : .'.'i 'vhtoh IV !.. tO EROT HX IU. Y IO V ?: has itiinn talked of si.-.. .« grand thin-; " { ;cn.i it y \v ; i; sort aa [ i-.ave -aid :ot little for tho:;: to wyr..» aboa ta!k a.:o,.t. This is docidodiy a t ...u, y .jC two -..oi:ds ,,f dovolopn-.ent of tins lOotoorr. cut ha -i oomo l.cro wit!: northern re car.s: yet, titey It.ire no viioo i: eii'ction.i, ia oor iegl.datoro. or ia grass, fn this particular section U "iOOU 1 0 and yoo thera is '. as also to -.ot ( 'Oil Wr .0] .7 i: Mr Ml aiocratio sec- ; i wealth, tha w ,1 .on t,,o ,1, ."-a • 1 araii.,is rat,»s os l.'.Ud <;y :;-.'; eoga/o 1 iroo a.; 1 ilea ten 1 •''. j ('at, -hy i 1' , floo-iurs !..Vi, Tlotse ',v.i;'i',:i. v •rat:.: r.ati :oal _ 1 Air.erT.'ao W'or'to try. ; a:,.-j.;t ,:oe-fo 1 ;rtit , -". ! Pen .:sv! vama. 1 Hon: a- ti.o -.< °''' , EuiTootiao .o-tii'.'. •on- mao.ifaotnro of it: icro , Roiiera % is no rivpnhllean party, tho black voter j Heaters , ... . ,r' " • • • , : i-'at.ihors. kuli it, and I presume -t is -ox the p 1,,. whole south, and we have i-iven it up: j " wo last look on and s *» the scramble ; ,Tho foi-.^inr w.ioid compare fa Mr* 1 anlv with toe wages uaid tf i.tomtr. m for olhce of this one party power. 1 B ,o :0of th „ „.,.„„,,{ They are o,uit< shaky over the coming ; rnittoe. in his ,'oai mices at li.-i leviat- election, yet they have a hope of f,u- • th**» mn.i:tt.!«r.r. w*^« b,.:a-j paid tv a ions with the aiiiaao*, third party, p.oo- i plea' party; anything to take votes from .:/1 • .1/0 1 ta;i Uioraoot to Mb. ;.-i.:i:-.«. Mo had attalno -.'loorcd pri:.-'•. (..o.o .i* t.) i -tnlll-...,! ^tl•s. N ",-,v.v ,i ,li -\( ; said w,» '-a : it •! • •••. 1, in : .'..our h.'.» Hi f vi • -i-ATl o otai I Li',e rennbuoan party in the northern stiues. While ker* they arc terrihlv down on the alliance, peoples' oartv. or anything that is coo fully democratic. " TEr -PLA'lTE I3IPORT3. hies employe jAshmen . . Blacksmiths , ' Carpenters . . • 1 ''archers I Dippers . . . j En-gine*rs.... j Hot-'oiutknicn Punchers . , . . Swc*oi.rs.. . workmen: :mr my oid .ir.-.-.:,-. ; aioHr, ,.,t* tho;.i !•. ; .'on'r, take me :,,.-r "l' J , j through, and tio-a I '!.,'' . trini my,,ld fc .50a.1t.- ''.: | "Mr. .Vev.vedi •• V, 1 bie. [ mnst sa- 1 .Mrs. N .SWWA I : try\n» s..-me waciod j •«e.i !rt .in ray ,.ld ^ L. STF.0SB2L :iz SON •f'-t 1 ii it 1 kiiiu .-1 ;; .."-st sua n :..'Otns .. t mrned that o-ld onrt .-t 'a --t M. , paid in a mode! :tt under thn idea! ! • 'uld constitute a '[ .tswrOceax! ' The above rare The exports of tie-plate from tireat ] British -.•oia , :!'...hn: Britain to" the L'nited itales for the | fre^ trad.e policy montli of Jim*. Vvri. were much less than or.e-ha'.t w hat they were in ./una. l-.V/t. To be exact, they were 2'),oeO tons for June, 1.1 'jJ, and ii;i..li.'i'j for June, l«:)l. Really, th* imports for June of this year were very little more than a third of what they wire in June of hist year. This is a British estimate, and our frea trade friends can not dis- pete its accuracy. Vet some of them persist in saying that the American tin- ; . — •• — plate manufacture i.s not great enough I compare the \vag«s. the anibitier:. tho | box of icnr.-rt. to affect tbe volume of Br'uiih exporu. \ resonrccs and coiufort; of the iron an,! , traded th^ni t The amount of tin-plates sent fri ven sxporu. . --.is from Great Britain to the United States between the months of July, 1>>:>1. and June, ISti-i, -inclusive of both mcnths — was 20:3,y-4l. tons, for the corresponding twelve months of t.SiiO and tSOt, it was •442ji#ri tons. During tha first year of protection to tin-plate our imports ot that article have diminished more than ene-half. But the free traders say teat the imports of tin-plate were unusually Urge during the fiscal year that lay between June, l$!)0, and 1*01, ani that . d-har. jShir./. so that ir, will .!,, ..-,-rv n: oy; ii-.il i'a ','.'it.f to ma'.,-: -vi.:. urtalo.: .ood tvpieal doiuocriuic -tandard of | * >f . th * °P" 5 * far4 wln,! "'* - ( ' wages." L'udoi: .o.-ii a .fan.lurd t'aere ' I*"/ 10 * n,5ur -^ea. would be no armed ->gas and strikes.: Mr. Newwod: " Emmenti.t -.•:!.,:;.••». because, llrst, the workmen Would be ! my .'.ear. too leaa. wretched and hopele.s to! Mrs. N'ew. , : ,1: An.! ['..,• s. • 110 .Urt.aie a strike, and would have s »•»* wrwh#rw...jj.aa and .!U.:h:*.v »! thi noching on which to suljsist while the [ hired girl. I will do all thi- iv.-rif t.iy- strike was in progress. They would be ' self." peaceful and conterte.l — tha peace of 1 Mr. Now .1,.;,!: "Y.o.'r: at: on 0.0. a ^ helpless hunger and tlie content of • love." hopelessness. With su«h eon. Iiti. ins 1 Mrs. Newiv,.,!: Aa.i [ i Uiyaos yoa trjiied them fir two boo'ces ones." Mr. N e v,",ve,l: "S'„,s, s, : ,. omv is a T ,'od thiiif. but c Q.-ed ,.f y,,..r Uo:.i'oir.f an in.-, funaticat tr».-rt..iua:i:.a.> jeet." — N'ew Vork H'....-i:.y. m V a! W » mm.c w e»»' » w > teL, ^ ^ \^ ^»e, e*«»t'ie «^ ^ l .U _ 1 •0 ..-O to IV. steel vvorkkirs of Penus.dvauia. 3TATE ROAD CONVE1STIOS'. :l:siv- \ I IV'.' . "1 ; .v, i.i'iou Deiiu:.-,' 1:.! The agitation of the road question wuich has been going on all over tho ! A somewhat, di. state has at last resulted in taking the ; ist iijod to s.iy th necessary stops for a state convention .' Tennyson'* ""In and an inviiattoo has been issued to i ,rrand test for v! the mayors of Iowa cities asxin>* that 1 irf'iii la 1 ' n • n 1: nt. rr ri. nvtul^l. - ! .0 . the cities be represented at a road coo- they were matte -jo by the anxuty of vctitiun to be hell in De.sMoinss. The lealers to lay up iar'^e stocks before invitation is signed by Kdwaud il. the increased rate of duty went into Thayer, Clinton; Wm. Larrabee, L'ler- operation. i mont; John ti. Gear. Burlington: John They arc entitled to tho bductit of j K. Shaffer, DesMoines, Eugene Secor, this objection, but wa beg to inform Forest City; J. L'-Cummens, Tae. Hus- them that there is a dimunition oi more sey, J. C. Berryhill, lientv Wallace, than one-third of our imports of thi.. Hoyt Sherman and O. I* F Browne, material when the statistics of 18'J2 are j constituting the good roads ."ommittee CO' Aii • ''. ^ *• - »*v i^"vii\;i.i':i..ih.i.\, le'.ter ... Tl..- line is: "Strotiy S.-ci of Ood. i.un, iioi'..- ;i .ri; iV-iir s. .'.iiid. , f it has "iio i. .u,.d, in • l.oo of the commercial exchange. De.s Moines. The invitation sens out reads: compared with those oi I8Ss), ia which there waa no apprehension of a sudden increase ofdnty. The imports of tinplate for the year ending June, ISSi), were 331,673 tons and for the vear ending Jane, lgi»j', 2*3 ,UsH. It'is quite!., - , . . ............... _ . ' . 1 ilomes. lewa, on tue sixteenth t!av of 3,n.I in A ni.'e . M" rri 1 -;.t .- tt.-ut! lie I'kl ReiLiMc Mat )hAci •lOflli t: llAX 1 ,'. iVtyr.k.i.vit 0 -'"'"-- ' " '-''•-'•'•"- '-• - *..-<. . - lot Very !Ut 4iil ..jcet of ro-'.r,'.. au.i 'ac ri.k 1 .st ti: s..... kk h .t thi 1 ;;'.-: to try to sp-ak ,• l-jvvtir.jr to. a.i.e ..1:1- ehildri-ii e. ii y.d 1 to. 1!-: ( ; ••Dear Sir: A .-.late or.ventiun to consider trie great and growing subject loi-Beter Road** will bo held at l>« : '!'•""''•'« 1 '""• Ilt ( " !v " ..... . , . • - i Moines, lewa, on the sixteenth dav oil i ,r 11 evident that protection docs protect in im 6 <>vlock a . m . # in v . j . , ',';. , . the matter of tin-plate. I M .^. A . hall, comer Fourth and Grand | . "" ' [" . , By tHrcen.ages the etpom of im- eoun'v-has a ppo.n ted /' > U '' ' nUte iron, Great Bn am to America j, . . cs J r . rotly ,^^irable 1 V ! i' r ' rA 60 ' 1 ?. W ,?~„u that = theoi.iesand towns be also repre- | ! r ; f ;'-' V r per cent of 'hose of the year d ffl , ha *, ttV *,,tior. We there- 1 : " : -^' "'"' ! '' " preceding it. 6d per cent of those of the [ Jy"; ;.... .. . 1 .th t,i !.' 1:. a rat,;, oi ' limit.-.1 tit-t-ol is.- tare io:' • i! '• ve." >.,!d Aoj. UU '-> I '.'th. '-vit! f "-."" r ' to < >et. lOit. ,..'"',; i l-'or tiratid Lodge I. 0. t on tii.-r.' tan.r. Ore.. Sept. 10th to ti'hh. a, rat... ,.i • Oppoo^.t - ti: :Mi -'ll oflt loWrit Stall' l :\L"d li 1C itOvl li t SL ,-cla.>.> S ^TO 0OL, " ' fare for round trip. Sell favm >^o.:. . K V.-.A •.;••.";, I'itU to lUh inclusive, good to rwtcru ,' >.: , .'' l - ; -''»^' f: . tot.. i."'.'ves a:-' until iio da»» '10 tn date of sal.'. i ' • U>VV!- ^rora April 20th ticket.- will b«i >ohl' ••- ' • '.•'.•'-• "(j \ ia Detroit, tiraml Haven ot Milwutikev' WtfU. SHSi-PklKiSe?. ti-k t., --. •»; jtieuner. Steamers leavr Mi'-ivaukev {%**tlv at >:;10 p. m For rates sco Mil- j \ V iV'k' N * \ " * M\ •_. .T.a.'t it. 1 kvaukee joint rate sheet. j A '. v V t\.\.': A I ,.''. »< J For the Triennial I'uaciitve Km^etx • t, hell i-< jTemplar, to *» h «l.| ar. IV aver. We..,. '; - ' 1 [it August, one full fare lor t'ouad trip, \ . r.-niU ., • lie's... t i ru-.y I K I i .'.suvd g !..:• lie..-«.. 00 •: lime and i-eturnin .-,' • ire. t -c..: . .1! •> -I', * »*!|>ve ,V.»M «s Vi -t Ve'.,ml ».-i.. iVS VYU ..I..K V \V

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