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State Iowa Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1875, Des Moines, Iowa VOL. III. INa, AVK1I, 21, NO. iur> Just what You Want! AND WHERE TO GET JT. All tfrtwu wmtiflff lay kind of PBDmBG Ame wttl 8nd tint At, best place) to gs to tbe State Journal Job and Book Printing Establishment, Oil nc-ul Where all Work is guaranteed Satisfactory, or no Pay asked. anil most approved Clear, Sharp and Clean; .n the City; Prices always the lowest; No Inferior -Oiml to make up for Ruinous Competition. ill Work put through with DiBpatoh. Fine Work a Specialty. Give us a Call and have your Work Done Right. Our material is all new, of the Latest anil most Workmen the best to be had in t Stock nnd Short Coi HARD AXOXQ THS HKOK MVURKH V ACT ITU KKM. A the I. Krtnnn J n. casw, 3G piln, ileus' sowed Scotch opera at woiUi (3. Eight 200 pairs, mta'a Urn cJaw rnbben onljJA eta. Thneare the now. Thtt nm a tpkndfd Co.'t mike, but thojf ware ihort 'of stumps. Onc cue, liilj palra, UJIc-j bwv solo (laiier-a prime, worlh and sold for Two cswr, pairs, lolri, j-onlhs Opera, boota eiira prime, worth sold for 2 .00 per Tin ISO pair, cbiWrra-s l-ood, goodj. .23; 1 One caw, CO paira, cloth, ilip- ptltoe, worth for jail 00 ctnu. Bant nipt goods. In rnen'tciir wwed, Aleils Ties, ncjV by goodi, n-arraqted north now golii al OeaU GacCttf extra prime, Mtne price. Three 160 pairs, ttdiw foiei) gailere, kid backitij-, only
B AKKEI., J. F. ct Inftb. Out the or cf word lend- to Uwotlja, April rftou stiod upon thoMiMiMtagof tiberhe Jiil not rcttrd Ttlton'i char of tbe SOLIi cf 1870, made i, and btlitfpd bj -fill nglil in a (jenerit utif Til Um ii TilfoD ia UIB I night no ctiirge eicept md- wift't FulfertMi ed TSlton innnotted hi nd UncdofO niller, villliite to be l; prtning gie-t 4: Til ton u one tEBWll.t rooli la btd 3 caititorioE- to ]il4j- tlic pirt of 'Hiiriiid tlj, Ufcd to concenl hi) abk, Wilaeu dil) not ly- vritu di.tat ilcnj ILo hiisii il rcganlin" sllecrd rliit n's, 23 nf '1673, V.-VU di criming Rtgudiag the faKtirntiaa Wm millet f, dlk it wltncu', baiuo. Wlt- niDcmbemUhB -irabllcitioa of the uch and Vntw thwhe ippoiatW a dsy or two tftcr; Stiijl- bid ragfuEed U> nt nd o -lUcon Tettw.- c.ii iid not tbe coclWfn be pa wit of Ut BlcuLtr of lUe later, lie cah ruitoD with E. J. Bowtn' wu llitn in tnxluccd. iud IXcthcr VIM uWd ho toW lie ugbt 'Oeoirir of ito itut men in 11, o" ronnlrr, d Atmllitr 'unlj-' UanLta lltd lie i. TlllQii, but wilofM dcnltd Uiit lie r trcnl wJUi iin. Tillo UM Uiin' ber own, end (httitwili wl; tbst bj, GLtveltflS Jo-a the erosj o iocditr ruumed. ITn illi] nilU TSltoo' u va VonKcn x checrtfr iMf BiaM 13, 187 la do tb lo tit ton htd oo kU tad M wouia help if off. ra him.- dl 1 n the WntfltofTittaa. ,Ui( ftport of the chur diog on after sidential party. A revail! at tha mil K full it d frea nlsl nm ji-ir, md riprruc will Us n full OnlU Wtj Hill Place, wLlia fur in iUftl tail eTtnioj in a luly and gentlcmio, waacaa- bj Jiuib aUndenajQ, rijeckd who pKseatcd a seven Ghontcr I her in tfa'a temple. SLe Uktfi tao ta a Uytt.g conililloD, and at hia ar'wii uncooirioai SdaiUrrain wn wlrf, and ..rlM replied to broken 1 loots for bat wculil wy Edthing OTE, ITe wu locked, TIJJ. .Yflfkf .waiwHUjj -ted I" of for tba proposed Fics- WASHINGTON cABtscr duaai; Washington, April at tbe (nteilor ifi riirlment confirm! the report to the effect that ihe President had coa- fo Sfcrctsrj fJtlinr., of the Infe- rior Ilrpirlmrat, notice that (eiigna lino it drtired. Tbe nnJentudi that the pUce :he relurn of Presidential ilroag impreuion jiwil tilt Gtam) Cowan will a Itelano't Anceestnr. U ii alto giren inufiat ffrntnl gow ouloo' ho lit of Maj. Viuhliijjtoo, April board of to coojlil of Col, J. 0. DtvU, !3d infantry; Litnl. Got. C. 3d -avilry; I. lliiOgt, lofanUy; LituL A. B. deputy Quaitermuter General, ami tlnjil. 0, II. llojt, Aaisltut QuwUrmuter, appointed to at v-'- lith of May, _... thereafter u practicable, 19 draw up aod submit for _______ConWnj anil heitlnjf ttored and plr tha number ti bis for Iho UM of offi---------' n patilic in triers and bair Washington, April Comp- troller of Cwrrtncj to-day reccired a let- tn later hire lieta te rcjilr to (iant- Th6 tralna ilill at llr. 0. M, Joaet, pioprit-tot of tht lilroad Iloiel. The mJf now bo, cdnildero aTfia-THJu will bn'cc rape lied u -affwdaji orer tbe re aiide from Uiii in' delajr -at tha been Sled' ana aheHetcd unj't cxpeQic. T! may be B4M MHed. In California Ibecwlr ftMurcd laecac, thai _ __ igorous, mil fean e rains maj gnaUj re da to Uierteld portion of crop, tbeui ia appuvat IncreaM icr cent in area of triad iing (a n.uo-1 d b to replanted Ju otter By be in tha wtit to tie eut pianied. arex Tliii increuob ill la .too (CiiMte Sdles, aud Mtuoun, (DL! proper aaiuly lu tba fiuit u Kuntu, rcachtna JO per cent i De tir juit been purchased 'oik', ind are bora In beat of feeling .'wgtt Ji trf ill feel con- icir powtr to open Ilie tbeir TlaAlUtilio S: rarificTtlfarapli onl J company comrnlj aka oM M-eitibCUusd orcr (io V. 1'. H. K IM' Unio ;FOKEIGNr.jffElV8. bibbed! orUl wailjaf, wbEcb iru IBI id look place tUU The KC: ins wlectti were awordi. Itolti In Iho hanil, but pat i jrouilj% wu Uiei ected, and the Bffilr tcrcLiInuIed, oovkU prixin to eioapo Ii r sclzl ._.. Jog Bu UcavfcrM tba LuLancra they g< -uel from tliwlr J, n-oamlin" Alei ilcililpltto, Iwo of 11 and otberi larrtmlen nd ill vcre bick lo'pruon, Min tla.of aiirWi com I" ly hanjii lUW No canto Vno Vsdrard WillEua Omptwll nudrotra in tka Vignetan-an rirtr on SunJa i hi la t j deer woandcd anil upiet tiM act fccco ri'corrmJ- htwUltlj. April An n of the condition of o- UsliJtlcsl of Oepmrt- at af.Agrictillnrv, tt proem U UM crop be. below lie of Iwt In Apjii (he DOrtbem' Lbelt nerally bjr k Oanrinr U bturten Ufi 3Stb iKtltqde, prelection le ud cootiauocu, 421! iwtog in Mircb mm deur tnore rioui general ly In groner o ggm. The Catuie ii ardtttiL in tbese rtlotii of lodiBBB, llllnoij, A Kiniw, in (ha iltongbt pre- O pUatioj ud Kj npraent before (ha eora In the south of parallel B i) -ul njared byfrojl, and vui eren Iniuriant in UOM dlitncta k Ucd Hie Hreaing to be urwd La .thii cilj about tba 15Ui o aj. IU- pabluhcn aanouace Inat H LI W of Democntlo .ro (Imple, bat Indepen ntuf aid cOmbinatlDnB or in viduih uttttr ihto themMlvta. Tbe uibeu management will bo acdet Ite- trol cl iU. Iliuti Coile, at present an CONHBHSXD TELEOKA1U. ChlciKO, April aull of SIlw Eirlj cf Itockforvl for W SWixy of UIB 15mul u ilill oo tria 'ilflcsaca [nr Hie ilcfenw how 10 libel'came to be Mi tottr. la ol llr, Stornj-, elaime. I an mi ifxjluay hu alnnklf bee dr, and if not inffldeol the defuBdan i wLlllng (o
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