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Davenport Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1884, Davenport, Iowa8 Davenport weekly Gazette May 7, 1884. The Tei to Tri both h fit be s g f s o a coming Campaign. Work of the Iowa Republican state convention at lbs Moines. Elaine will receive the solid vote of the delegation to Chicago. Proceedings of other stats conventions and the coloured men s conference. Political. Iowa Republican convention. Des mouses Iowa april the state Republican convention met in Fos Ter s opera House this City at 11 o clock and organized by selecting sex governor ii. M. Walden of Monroe temporary chair. Man and h. S Fairall of Johnson Secre tary. After the appointment of the committees on credentials resolutions and permanent organization an adjournment was taken until 2 o clock pc. Several District conventions held this morning and the following delegates elected first District Dennis Morrison of Lee and William Wilson jr., of Wash int in alternates Arthur Springer of Louisa and c. I. Junkin of Jefferson Hon. John Hilsinger of Jack son and col. . Shaw of Jones alter nates h. R. We teahouse of Clinton and p. W. Mcmanus of Scott third h. C. Hemenway of Black Hawk and w. H. Morris of Delaware alternates g. A. A Mclntyre of bolter j. M. Ray of fourth g. H. Stewart of Almaree and o. A Lyon of Floyd alternates d. W. Clements of Fayette and William Kellow of Howard previously elected in the k. W. Willetts of Tama and Merritt Greene of Marshall alternates l. W. Jackson of Johnson and g. A. Gedde Sof Bel ton sixth h. S. Winslow of Jasper and Calvin hamming was Pello alternates j. P. Lyman of pow Essiek and Frank w. Rich Elberter of Davis seventh e. W. Weeks of Guth Rie and c. H. Gath of Polk alternates Lewis Igo of Warren and j. H. By of Adair fight William Wilson of Clark anti d. Christie of Union alter nates d. I. Sigler of Adams and or. Sheridan of App noose ninth e. A. Consigney of Ottaw Ottamie and i. A 0. Logan of Harrison alternates George Gray of Audubon and p. B. Miller of Mills tenth r. S. Benson of Franklin and c. Q. Mason of boons alternates o. C. Nelson of Story and j. C. R. Smith eleventh . Ainsworth of 3ionona and b. French of Dickinson alternates f. D. Piper of o Brien and w. L. Culbertson of Carroll. The entire delegation from All districts of this state Are for Elaine for president. The Republican party of Iowa reaffirms its former annunciation of principles both state and National and Point w Ith Pride to its record showing that it has faithfully fulfilled every pledge Given to the people. We denounce As unwise and unpatriotic the present Effort which the demo cratic party in Congress declare to be Only their first step Tot Urther derange Trade and oppress american Industry by an in discriminate reduction of duty on for eign products and manufacturers which compete with our own. Their threat ened persistence in this policy if successful will make of the United states a Mere tributary of eng land Wil destroy that Domestic Competition which most surely keeps Down the prices and will Rob our american labor ers of their fair wages of labor will diminish he Market at Home for the pro ducts of oar agriculture without enlarging it abroad will Stop the developments of our National resources and stimulate that of foreign countries will exhaust the wealth of one Section to enrich another. Tivey would Send to us for Nur supplies and will finally result in the same widespread bankruptcy and ruin which the same policy produced in 1837. In the common interest of All our Indus tries of All our labors and of our natural Prosperity we Call upon Congress to halt in this destructive work. We demand of Congress that immediate provision be made for the reconstruction of a Navy adequate to the Protection of both native and naturalized citizens abroad and of our commercial rights on the i High seas for the defense of bar har Bors and for the support of our rank among the nations of the Earth a nation that cannot strike will be struck and we want no parsimony at the expense of our Honor that ire recognize and cordially endorse the efforts of our distinguished senator James f. Wilson in his efforts to introduce measures relative to the Regula Tion of inter state Commerce. We urge opem Congress the necessity of speedily adopting such measures As trill inure to the producer the largest possible fruit of his labor equitably harmonizing All conflicting interests Sod Setu Ettie various questions relative to common carriers. As the debt of due to the sol Diers iad sailors can never fully paid by the nation we demand pensions on i Ranty lands for All who were honorable discharged from the military or naval ser vice of the Lite War. We congratulate country and the Republican party of the vice honest Aad str indic Adini Itrato a of president a thur. Who has justly merited of nil. Deuce and respect of the country. That tie Hon. Blaine is the Choice of the republicans of for president and while thus expressing on we i Mac in e state 5rr its old time majority v the a Narinee of the re rvs Micah nut Icrael of Rovetti two of the commit a introduced a Resolution for Elaine at gtd Jet length and the Deleca laps to rapport pm it Asama ptjtuv1 in in jew 3r lie re the Tot As top Blaine or Tel erf had v we we print c y. Or Jawni to Tohle lie then Itic heartily of Strong Tad was Jar lat if rec Ity n Klai Orrill i trap y wire the Milf to Hulm. Edit fir no the Osk Lonso Swaia e. 3. of Tiff Alto h. Ton and Gen. William Vandever of Dubuque. Boston april the state Kepueli can convention temporarily organized with . Lodge As chairman. There is a full attendance. Chairman Lodge refer red to the administration of president Arthur As Wise and judicious. Massachusetts would have a vast influence in the coming National convention. There had already in this state been a pro. Nonnce sentiment in favor of the Numi nation of the distinguished senator from Vermont Long and continued applause while the Massachusetts delegation to the National convention favored the nomination of Geo. F. Edmunds for president and son the illustrious Abraham Lincoln for vice president it would not go there with factional disposition. John d. Long was introduced As Perron nent president. He addressed the convention outlining the coming canvass and discussing the issues of the Day and their bearings upon the two great political parties. George f. Hoar w. W. Nipo John d. Logan and Henry Cabot Hodge were elected delegates to Chicago. The resolutions advocate Tariff Laws necessary for Revenue but which will favor the labourer and Industrial enter prise condemn the arbitrary percentage of reduction proposed by the present Bouse declare that in the progressive changes in our Industrial condition they thus recognize the necessity for an investigation of the Tariff upon a scientific basis to the end that it May be considered As to its real influence upon labor capital production and Revenue believe in a sound currency based on specie but that a continued coinage of Silver upon the present ratio and Issue of Silver certificates Are fraught with danger to financial affairs and urge a suspension of the compulsory coinage favor civil service Reform endorse president Arthur s administration confide to state delegates the responsibility of making a Wise and judicious selection of candidates at the National convention for president and vice president. Vermont . , it. April the re publican state convention organized by selecting James m. Tyler As president who favored Edmunds and Lincoln and asked the convention to endorse the administration of Arthur. J. Gregory Smith Redfield Proctor poor Fred Bill Ings and b. S. Harris were elected Dele Gates at Large to Chicago. The resolutions re affirm allegiance to Republican principals approve Protection demand reversion of the duties on woo a reduction of taxation and present the name of oui tads for president and in Trust delegates to vote for him. Virginia republicans. Richmond va., april the straight out Republican state convention was called to order by John f. Dezendorf chairman of the state committee. One Hundred and Twenty delegates were pres ent Over half coloured. Dezendorf stated that a so called Republican convention iad met Here a few Days ago and placed in the Field an electoral ticket with hut a single Man on it who had Ever voted the Republican ticket. Maj. E. O. Hine was made permanent chairman. The platform recites that this Conven Tion represents the True Republican organization of the state unstained by the foul breath of repudiation condemns the action of president Arthur in forcing repudiation upon could not have been consummated but for Liis persistent support deprecated any at tempt to build up the Republican party a the South by abandoning the Funda mental principles of the National party and buying adherence with offices approves the act of Congress for a Reform of the civil services condemns Arthur for permitting its ruthless violation in Virginia proclaims for Elaine and Lin Coln while sending delegates to Chicago uninstructed recognizing that the naming of candidates should be practically left to the states furnishing the electoral vote. Assa Leiuetta democratic Conven to Biestek mass april the democratic state convention was called a order by Noah a. Plympton of the state committee who made an address Eulogi zing Gen. Butler and arraign ing the republicans. Edward Avery was chosen permanent chairmen who announced that the convention was ready for business. A committee to receive ballots for four delegates at Sartre was appointed. A motion by we. 31 Simmons that it is the sense of this conventi on that Gen. Butler should be nominated for president at the National democratic convention at Chicago was adopted unanimously amid great enthusiasm the following were elected delegates at Larce. B. F. Butler j. G. Abbott 1l j. A Mccaffery and Jas. Delaney. A motion to instruct the Dele Gates to vote Jor Butler was tabled adjourned. Satoe Bep Balleu convention Bax Gok me., april the Republican state convention organized with or Ville d Baker As president. The resolutions favor a protective policy demand civil service controlled by strictly business principals presents Elaine for president approves Arthur s administration disapproves the Acuros of the democratic majority in Congress upon the Morrison trill and the shipping Bill reaffirms approval of the policy of prohibition. Gov. Frederick Rosie was Reno Tuuu by acclamation. The following Are the at Large to Chicago j. It Bodwell. George c. Wine Joseph s. Wheelwright and j. H. Or Tummond. Adjourned. N. H april the Recob. Jiaa stir Convent a Fly orc izod by elect ing b. T. Pm lofts. President. Charles h. Sawyer was Dele he is for Edmunds first and Rathof second. Of pc an 4n rift in a i 1 1x1 in t in r co. Auditor. K. Re Rchrd. 101 50 isso 3 00 1 o 200 Ion 4 to 300 3 x 3 00 200 200 300 200 3 00 1 00 300 2 co 260 300 400 200 3 00 250 300 5h b50 1 50 3oi 310 3 00 Joo 600 so 250 8 00 j w 2000 Soo 1300 Sod 1000 3000 Buffalo township. Valentine Herbert Board Ana lodging. Sutler Tow Filiip. Eva Coaler Relief. Cleora town hip. Fre Drosch Rente Mon lbs. Davenport . . Ballot groceries. It Claire totals Ftp. To. A. Dearmond medical services. Liberty potent lip. Mrs. James Wilson Board Aad print ton Toicen slip. 3. D. Dennis groceries. C. Schinall Pooh House and fax. W. Nailer u. Costens floor. , groceries. Jobs Howe to. H. O. Petersen 11 30 700 1576 2400 13 33 21 07 r. I 1 35 1 10 11 50 1500 1 50 200 11 10 835 509 so 300 31 3305 9840 31575 s70u 1200 1000 so 750 1000 1200 14 o gs30 31 Wilson Ann mercy not Pius mercy Hospital clothing. F. Fsr Meihl Virnees. Rudolph Alberti Fred Benage Glenr Knehl Brna Frank Elli Oll w. K. V w. D. 3 j. W. I 1v.i. Birchard. Ordered that warrants be issued to the members of tie Board for their mileage and per diem As follows 1 35 1 55 1 r 1 55 i a add isip9 300 two on motion the Bird adjourned to june 2, at 2 o clock r. M. C. C. Cart eau clerk. Where the fire is out. Hack no More a seen from arms the world. I in in it t tort by tic int. A l i Orlu in Tui it in to f to of of y Lull Tunit 1c a Miji n Plum or Artimi to Lri Tiu i it Fol lit Frinic i Ulitz to inti Lii or a trod to War. A f disfiguring Humours. Itching and burning Tor Tures humiliating eruptions such As Alt or eczema Pflomm be scald head infantile or Iliili Humours and every form of Tara by pimply cry Pujous inner Bitett Costajr Puiia and Copper coloured diseases of the blood skin and so Ajajj. With of air Are positively ctr to by the Clit item pigs. Howol Vrna the new Bloed Peri it cleans the blood and inspiration of Imp re Les poisonous e eur pints und thus the cause. Unm oily it Lara Are pure and the Only real blood purifiers and skin bean free from Mercury arsenic Lead Zinc or any other Mineral or vegetable Poison whatsoever. It would require this entire paper to do ice to s description of the cure per formed by the re solvent item ally and act Itcea in. Jocz Tea of the Palm of the hands and of the ends of the Fin Rerp very difficult to treat and Usu ally considered Incura e Small patches of Tetter ind Salt Rheim of the ears and sides of the a called head with loss of hair without number Heads coveted with Dandruff and scaly m up Loiis t specially of children and infants Many of which have beeps mass of Sci Tbs burning and scaly tortures that baffled even Relief from Ordinary remedies soothed As by be probe and other Frich Tinl forms of skin diseases so Romulous ulcer. Old sores and Tach and All of which have seen speedily Perm Nemly and economical in cared by the Cicciu. Sold everywhere. Price cd Nama cents resolvent i soap 35 cents and civic tical. Co., Boston Maszl for How to in remain Catarrh Complete treatment a does of Radical instantly relieves the Mort violent sneezing or head colds clears the head As by Maunc stops from the and even pre vet ringing in the read cares nervous headache and subdues Chius Aad fever. 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