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State Iowa Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1875, Des Moines, Iowa VOL III MOINES 23 1875 NO HIT MOORE'S HATCH from i d Clothing Gents Furnishing Goods TRUNKS AND VALISES Merchant Tailors CLOTHIERS PANT STUFT SUITINGS ta AND SUITS Artistic Tailoring a Specialty Gaits Punishing Goods SPRING STYLES JOHS Commission Merchant In FRESH FIBS APPLES J V Jin I lory A e Oldest Merchant in the City STOCK reat Reduction from former Prices Prints 21.00 YinU ik worth 40 cU for -.25 Hmy Brown 1.00 AT Trimmed HaU Flowers cheap at Striped at oil wool 50 i doable ud tilled 25 Pa price DOW 12 Plaids for met price cu now at -15 ribbed Cotton How pair oT Ird MW Walnut St Hornet H E Sons UTH SHINGLES Doors Sash Principal Yard corner Eighth and Vino Branch in City Iowa GROPE TURNER It- Particular Attention Given to paring Court S lod norm 111 The Old First Class Stand Money 1 Money H ran Cheap Groceries POOH TOR GOAL AND LIME Short Accounts long Frim Cul Fini journal Jt Pub's The TbB tf la ml Republicao 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