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State Iowa Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1875, Des Moines, Iowa MORNING. APKIIj 28, 1875. MOINES, IOWA, Williams, Blaii t Pieison, Pub's! COXDEnZD TKLXBKAXS. WASHINGTON Merrill, Keeney Co., Sl'HtXO ASSOUTMRNT fews Depot IntfflligflACB Office, from Iteir Admiral PadSr, Sited Cliili, Mirth 33d, aoooaoceJ the Htch ftifi ihiji wu'it -i of HATCH K VEKNON Item Clothing, Bents' Furnishing Goods! teal (listnmMtal fcsic. fect on DID 90th of June utd it hu iccepttd bj the IVetiiteol, It liu tnuptred conttdtrtdon it tbfe nlil Morirn ol esWntl UM sele a successor tn AKornej Omenl t- At lha contlcoikioa 'd sculoa wMch ulr BH he Olitesl Muchaat in the City w. Kumford of tbe three Mked for by the M, ud Farrand stlrctnl by THOMAS BROOKE, ud PAPER NEW VOKK; Verk, April 4OB Walnut; Street, CAEPETS, of N. Y. At Uic couclimoa of ib jlar catiocl nesaion to-iliy, it vu kxxl tint Judgn Pinrepont had ttd bii aewplwwe of tbe LARGEST STOCK. FEVER AHD AGUE PILLS. Chamfer Suits, ANJ) WOOD 11 U howmr. thai th Um, be'. teiOtrwj -vdM TetooVto bHfrre uld COFFINS. CLOTHIERS, .AKNHONC! CO., mo Impartai M-lWio MadlMa Co, Ky., to-diy, lUuben Walt rial tad killed hfi brother William in i bollle of acton. JoUnO, pidVy 4 Yudi good 2 extn. PrinU Q Yuds bert made Prints, BlicV Alpaca woith 10 et< for .25 Brown JtoiUa tl.OO TOBACCOS AND CI6ARS Also, Xuilunraniu CIGARS AKD "TOBACCO TJARTICDLAH Mtrittln glito UTTISO. Uifi ud uf 01 of rlolh WHOLIJ: SUITS. Artistic Tailoring a Specialty. Gents' Goods Fliinn, Trut roltn Bnl (iaudJ ID Ilir CHI ui4 Hft eti SPRING STYLES. A Hurt., LIVKMTOVK. MAHH CIIICAOO, April 27. Doll prices tanged fn for itock iltwrs and butchers fi.70QB.lfi good to tho id 60 for rmooDi to rilnr Ircsti V lin S49 bead u almrr Prioa rangwl fioin fur t BATH ROOMS MKDHSIJHAUM GOODS. TrimiMd Plowen an! at Voore'r. Dining and Lunch Eooms pso, kcv 'liil nol. ll if sail B- ScnaUir. Kunnin. ColUct r, Diit 10 fur tnod, and tloica ununti, low rtTLIAITS HYBHABTIH COMPOTTTTD ct AUcropy TljIlllrV., Cliie 1'rtsi f tta, oniet and ireak. teid, i? 100 raoge of Forrester House, ADEL, IOWA, and twitted. Cottonide WHEAT-No. 3 spring In dc and: dtwinz tiles at 1.0J for re J Furntluie, Caipets, Parlor Suits CHAMBER SUITS, JDSTJG- Q-ISTS School Furniture COMI'AKT." AT MOORE'S. JfcpOMe Sillc per yard, PUidi for Choaren'i which th coofldola rat Pmidcnt, at (he to deltrcr. to by BOTMU, BceMiog CUM, Oe Boni d Opratnn '403 East tobust Street, WES MOINES, IOWA. Buiy Chain, Trtlei, Haiti MKI, PUidi for Choaren'i fn- intr BOW it .16 ribbed Cotton HCJH, ttuM pair Roclwn, E Bp'rinff ill fanij BMUiaf, for AooUie to his great regret from pcrfotm i duty in person, lo which the Mr- Yon Iho rrgret the letter of TOW by Mtilch the misaion of jour in UrralniteO, vauVl be more if, fmm ittfjimitioii which I In Kmlifl, one ywd wide, Tory -10 CUUm't Bftlmonl Cotton to found Furniture Store. School and Church Furniture net tkaltnln SCHOOL FTOinSHnaOOODB. Chronic Diseases lecedents, I rntgtit.n9 lCT rejident of Mechamcal, Plastic aal Qunerai _ Xprciallj miilf ft CRACKER- BAKERY. "V ir two cootj r, TO ttel boBud Ut -DprratlonfijtjUili ilr. Hanlflii, lormttly of WMUH rtmoretl from tha ptxrfaoo of rinlcodcot of the 'ortcHon "of Ae torn hooso H. F. (fotchBlI Sons; D-, Chronic, Hick Oro. fiTEli Bilk, worth W. 95 it rclitJog to Ihc coanscl for ttt ImlictraeDl WhiiaV- Wuh Tnliiu ftr liiia' dtawt, .19 IllW tot lit 5 U .10 Uim' Titamed H.u from 75o jmri, .35 from Vto 15 W. H. HalliweU, 31. D., T -i SHINGLES, Doors, rapec ap wholly of obiccnc Ttn K-r :TVO hrgued at wnw leigtb, and 'Joilfp n to AT AFOOKE'S. ler onrff ill IM lo-nn be ]y plicctl on trial for libel. vVdwilH he ,wf fordimiceii E J PRATT, BEAL ESTATE BROKER Principal 'Yard, nnter Eighth and Vtae SU, Ywdi ia WInleint, lodianola ly, Carlisle, ROBINSON Haatmg1, to OrcHpiIec niunniy by ibar pmly lha only tindA mu jirticnlir pcinti ool.-' tbenfoiv BUCKSMITHIHG HOP All SbMt Voa t Tlic Olil I'h'sl Cliiss gtanil U at Xwra'i, Andm tor Hice Sunoer Preu per yd, .1 D. n i. -1't ill ni. Tnr 3HTII tucit tlqja is tlic Du-cct Roulle Onlu SUBSCRfPTlON SOiJCITORS DB ID ikf V jl. OENTENNIAL JOURNAL, he Black G re n e dines In Hie City at Moore's, Stock of Linen Shirt Fran ta tU City at Hooro'i. SHOL'EA WALKKIt, Q- K, O O E R< S! 208 Kist Walnut St., Head q uarters FOI, I Groceries Ttjlch sou cbiLfi, aixi A-con. sum of money. thtn tb i. 0 beio lo-iU; and looV [ho chair of Stair, anil nan lime tinea ISMltiB ititaol Ulino fill n aro ia Inigb. jl Cd tllllhSKll 1JOQ1.33 f for Cheapest Linon ana-Cotkin in the City, AT MOORE'S. Qooi.' IXl.TtrtJ la pul of tie Citj roo n ETniMT i on COAL AND LIME Best Goods in the wUte kloati fix MtWl loir-j miicd 'Ule 14 H and tndvbifc Ao 4'AMH XAtlKET Slwi tccoums i NO SAMPLES SENT BY; MAIL.
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