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   State Iowa Journal, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1875, Des Moines, Iowa                                VOL. IV. DE8 MOINE8, IOWA, BCSJDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1875. NO. '25 MOORE'S OOLXJMlsr. I he Oldest Merchant in the City "LARGEST STOCK. Great Redugtion from former Prioos. 12 Yardi Prinb 10 Yards best made PrinU, Sl.OO Black Alpaca worth 40 eta for .25 10 Ymrdi Heavy Brown Maslin 81.00 AT MOOUIS'S. Trimmed Hub, and Bibboni, cheap at Ladiu' rerenabTe Striped at Kopre'i Eid Olovw, Boyi all wool .50 ITeu'i double and twilled CotfoaacEe at Xoore'i, ,25 All ntxil Guelmen tor PanU, former prin 9Z, now Bleached Hniliu. .15 JipaiiBM Bilk per ywd, .30 for Children1! dretsei, for- price 25 ets., sow at .16 Ladin' ribtrf Cotton Hue, three pair for .25 Bleached Wuilin, one yard wide, YBIJ flna for .10 Chfldrcn'i striped Balmoral Cotton ROM. lOo per pair, 3 pair for .25 Himnaer Balmoral Skirls for .73 Cotton How. 5 AT MOOHE'S. Balmoral Skirti for White SJdrU for .76 Black Silk at Hocra'i per yard .75 BUck OTM Gf4io Silk, worth at for Wash for Ladies' dresies, .15 Ladin' BttdiM neck, 6 to .10 Ladin' Trimmed from 7fta to 8aA Kibbcaa yard, Linen TaWe Linen per yard for 50 oU. at Ho Llnem Hapkini per dozen (I to 34.00 from B to 16 AT MOORE'S. Fine Bloached TaWe Linen per yd; 500 Pieces Domestic Ginghams 10 cts, per yard. 16 Linen Hdkfo. for SI. 00 Laeo Window per yard, .21 Bed Ticking for 25cCf, former price, 3 j Yards Ohevoit Shirting for Qhsmbra at Voore'i for .2J HIw White Ftqna Virtorfa and lewii Zawnt very aheap, White linen Lawm.yard wills, for ,25 from 25 wata up, At Mwji AT MOOllE'S. IidlM Ercss Qoodj very cheap. WMteBtdSpiudj Denim Tar Hke Bumiatr Drew Good] per yd, The Cheapest Black Grene dines In the City at Moore's. lATgwt Stock of Linm Shin Fran is tlii City eheipett at Jheawst Linen and Cotton ades in tha City, AT MOORE'S. NO SAMPLES MAIL. a us SMITH Olfet Grocer on't-' IN UE3 UOINE3. itblt Customers! Selli at Hakes a PiafiL :eeps all Firs Claas Groceries, fprcblliln "X'ES.A.S e to djj. ncd lo IT cult, EfeB lfc (fltmJj, Lton1! "P" Jus Smith means Busiifessl CARPETS PAPER MADDEN'S City Livery, ('musics, mid Cov- Dbuble Buggies I SAPDLK HORSES. lilijf Rigs, Everylhing Tip-Top. AND VKKI) STAIITA ,nl' ews Depot (Intelligence Office, fill STRBET- WALNUT STREET. S'FEE rllESRIUED A iffi1 TOBACCO (J..I ''PITMAN, WflRREN ROOF tf GdtorJJfttoa Roofing and Felt 0 iHeC CorKir Second "Elm lit. 'b MRS, ibw DEM01NE HOUSE ;GtpSlP SON, n Proprietor t iloitie Ms bet REFITTED., that Itew, ton, from lha StaleVj ihoul'd cuattaQed 16' (be eod.'thjt a more neial of tbe'people and (lie ure lo follow, and the'-eiimple -tef hi Preai of New York timid actoJie Williams, Blair iPiersont Pub's. TBBU3: Southern Preu cordial mil Italian to Yiait and partake of the ospHallties of their N'oHhem, Eiiltro 1 Watera biettiien. TNo ironli of j ity disposition' on Ihe' part of i Sontitrn ed ilorisl fi tu rcoew t bond of friecdibip so long ntbeipiiH of.tta broidut fratcr-7 I claip harjds with you on our bfw We coma to look upon L9 dear an il beaatj of jonr eountrr. ora your EoulKera brellirtn. We bare t where Ibft wtrmfst girtlinr., Hon. Jllriin Priw, of DiTeoporti ap-pcraitobc the cotniog inuTrpr lie He-publican, nomination for J. J. editor of lie Bluirt KnUliTc from the District composed of Audd'xia, Cuauig Shelby con plank, of TUo ones of the Congregational Ctiu rch are preparing to rpnihr the oper-atta of birth dsj" at the CTiuicb a Bit Thursday eTcn-inff.. Total ooi heaiU, for D alluded la ti eiUUnjf bclnnu ID North ind South. But DTfTywlitrc 111 none but friendly It U d the pen it mightitr ifaia tha snoi.l. an Mtraetire jitogTiinme, and somelNiig entire! j new and V .1 i bat lha pen li mot a mighiT moid when peaco retaicj, 10 feel lues of antipathy cw be imnlh-ulaiille, Uut dlj of to .the Union 1 Confcilerato dtaJ, tlirilled onrhuHi 1 brought twi to our eves. Anil tn we ciinfi lo jour cilji so'd 1 roar most LLberal-mloiInl leni, tgiia ve wtre itmluJf-l ihni Tlio Muli Organ, DO Joubl, will foam with iigu lUis morning, iriul wo fear Will abuso and rnlligni Juifga Leonard at hare oiticr good men before him. After Having announced through their Trilby wuhj column for a week, that convince the Jmlao Hi it llifl boy Cluk-a JuJge oC thu Dmricl must ndtert sec thit tticircare u a moil go, -no appieclite mrjru nml le warm limtetl1 rcceiiiion. rcdonia, Duoklik and Duffslu ieir frattrnal feeling. Tbo llajor and I efore ;ou. And ire ml icartdy tfterrd our lintels before at eirriagtM mtt ni toconrcjaa to the de Mp from the taasj South, pSiSgtog 10 Union, thil iLal] be one iad jaKpa-ble. you fur joifrjlrcna a more ihill Ibou tlonit tr, Tliepoor unfoilunalo creditors of D. F. Allc'q arc furnished with a prated Lyi containing of icir companj. It ii tiling for them, Hicj nnw know who lo CO WO I e willi, but lite- !bt presents spectacle lo tlLtt friends of tJitsa poor deluded The Hit lacks the names of wero creditors at Uio time lha lluk closed, from which it is fnferred >al wmn Bcmemeol tuts been made wjtfa thcta. It f j undoubUdly Ike largest ]iit crer f urnUlied any BinVrupt ftjurl In i SUlCjtaJ It is tu be hoped that oercr IIBVC n rital. IVo hire as jet fauuil no one n Lo pilicnea lafficirat of figures, andean oaljysurniLJC that the million ol dollari. Feiegrapfi, ictola Iklegatw Initrorted to "W. L. fay for Sapreme rOLKtouvrvitErL'BiauAXtox-. 'VK.VIIOS.- 'i -noon, irks, mwt .Oonrention lias had (ho honor pf u-Pcrfoct liarmonf pecrailtd ererj made, and it [ti inj no nun felt' like .saying "they wold hsTQdono ww.no Opinion on tie Third Term Qnettion. hii Opinion on tie FiftMoUt Aiaendmeni CMUU! Icialted -Ar. two' of the Parly; wtiictx seamed to ID d Coniro' lift [argcantt bodj of lielng tliat of hinnonT, "peace will toward alt men-T -'As will Irt ken 1 tlio Hit of uTelcL-atw ptbUjbei In to oilier column, tho Wordi of guea in the BTAIF. Joc7Uf.it. wets Ouy rorybcit TTWO eloJlod', inj good Dame of tKa Folk cjunij thki ol Lha bcttln Ihs state. Trio, Ifro, Uio honor of being placed at tho trad of UIB ticket ua oca whow nsmci' ilste, but thff nation, pretence in llio Stale Coartntlon will auuro to confidence oad'fltpecl.; 07 fictional fight la Pcllc wualj, 10 ar tjiitt and JiilLful can under rme banfier, with bu ono oljjecl in- TIGW, 'ttfli. '.thil lo jKltvetuate and ura Iho eoforncmtat of our 'town, cilj, connlj, SUto and Nitioml. will marc on to rlc tor; once nytm. All Mada to get in 1 [a tie tie 'Agreement the Fenn. ifldB.-t.O.S. E- not Beccsut 'ft i icdCoauMaUof latecw rr 'i Bl HLB.T, loivi, Jung 19. The delegate) from county are Instructed fuc Wm. L. Jaj, for Supreme JnJgo, If. upon tlie Utlegilei, oao and all, who bj :ilicb- iriw couuel and good j ailg-tntat bjiTft uaileJ iho lUpublicao pirl in kl us Uopo Hatlan hu J of Wuhinctoa Cliidnlde ta It. Btnii Clarke, who ajuumti Iliu cdl-oriil Col. Binoden, o lowj, U wacUled witli Mm i a tlial apwitj. n, R. MATTEBl, Inqnlry ai Hie offlcei of Ihe Penn. Cen, and U. O. lUllroidi [n Ibla cl tj, itiowa Ihit the agreement Iheio two hu cot f et beconia ai te hire oot been Incicaied. momlns- dcatrajed Iba mac Lice ihc bf lirown A Soul, tod did eanilder-abta ilamim U adjoining bulldiofa ofi eupttil by Whetlit K Wiuonacwing U chine B. H, Tballeukcr n Laics dealer In fnmUhfBK goodi, f-Jtal 1 about Brown md ton'j lou on tbjck and Amount of laiaraice ii unVnowo. WashtDg Ion, June 1C.- rc-Cfirtd it Dfpirlmfct, fmm CoBim aaJer j, of ILa U. B. Slcjuncr, iTirraffuiMJt, rc'parl Uiit tad wpilt c eoiul of lp hu completed, ana a Si DQW ea route for San wark bwn 70 j THE A'OKK AfttM C1ATIOW. At meeting of lha No ttUtc Prcu AuocUtlon, beld Elmiia lait wctk, Ilicj- and e UrUlnoO, irllli their iccuilomtul lioipi from Alabama and TYaneiiee. Tbcw niitioff vote wejeonicd lo I tjnplrt) Cits' of tho Tter tij t Hon. J.H.Sellueg in onsof huabU ileailiig nJtlrtiyiJ, viliicli nu, "17 Bl rcspoiided to bj Col. Vowtll, tit Unlo Sptingi, AUbanoi. TbU meeting of 1 editor) of trio North 'ind South at ihcc w licit (TiouiiniE) of Confe-Jara AOlJIen In tonfiafwtflt, the IxTun of Ijaodredi In ttr-io now mingle vrjjtb t doit, erect which (hoatd fill tn lic-irti of Ihe Ixith S'oitSj i Sf mil, niih rcjoldag. In Uio powxaceka lord fat welioniei a Its of Uio1; pi.Etiollc FOREIGN NEAYS. tlfclj the Ammcan Coniol bU wife; they wtte arruled and Eoed- A aumbtrot Chiitcse, tbeirrcsf, collected before Ihe Cun- ate ud msile an attatk for the pur- tLeJr escape- Its fiw- __________J the Oinsnlate and auc- ifnlly riyhtW .the mob. Qrcat ei- prc rails, ancl fears of a genera 1 oil nu entertained, but crJer wu Uj-reMorcd. The Ilrilhb, and Amw- i s-iuadroos IcH tbEl poit to pio- itie ruldeoU. .iiftastown, June iteimw Liafa, of the Star line, tailed 11 lilt port at 8.30 im. yeatudaj. ILXTENCED von m KOKrna. ni-. Jono Fii wno_pro llu I mpriwntnent. COSPtjvORSnDN. uli'lin, June thonsin J Mil lliirtj-fire LL.USI iK-fnijnl by fire Lere list nigrit. Amet- to pha- con- td to jii NEW YORK. IDE ID. Ex-Seaalor rpolilkixnlsnovra.! V.irk hutcl eofetbltd in wl virluallr irUhdnnn from liu-, tint mmt of old col- (r.i-i. nrru di-iii and pievenled L1m ti irtire- do cnntfmpUted IL ftir arnirlj JurtnJ of cor- iciplu, of -nliiclj Carbide Interftrenca" ot leralCJufeianuntin internal ats. Abandonment of the edi cdiiuntJoo, anil OoTcrnmcnt ia- erenoe with TUIEruador ulbtr niatten ieli ahduld ba teft lo Indiri.luaUn- jrise, will QlUiiulclT lead 1j in de- letion. ICe beUeTed It ?u grvit iUke to fjiTfl the rigbl of auffnge ti ;ro race; thcj LTD full of son; Without ileliberaliou ur argi itatiTB ponen anil aa CBI j of political demagogue! i tliej di eipect the right of luffisgc, bi re worthy of equal before U 'J Helming to letter, lib aion wuOrautvould lake Ihrrd nlailioD U he cculd get it, and would wraeJ force in tho Southern BUtea he siff of BTvcceu, but Grant 10 fool, iliauld fio lioit no ill up mote tbe third lerro, Tf HIM olliemuc Oraot xill be the FUpubli- L candidate for the preude-apf. 'eilerJa; arrmngtmenU wtro coa- ted for laoller InlcrniUonil iiviin. ig caatch lot fi.OOO mil th  Utt j.Uce July iciti. ABS1TSD, Ttie LIcht o larleiton, B. Un arrived at Boflan tits aiqlng aceomptDttd bj die Tfccjreacfced here At la Hooded op DroadwAj to cajJqoirtera of lie Old Go whtre will be furnlihcd. The 1 jcbecred on tbe lontc. A jluet WM giien Its. Cbarlcitoa bj the ntrcJiiuti, hraJc ut Siai IQ" r ciuic i UOVERNSiEST HOSD3 CloieJ U. S. Cur. j-jnt of i if. 3, GJ-SI................ on Ihe Jiome fuutedhj Trouble. 'I' flnt, Djjliyht >MoaJ rd- ThQ inilijM gavd 1li   HAMS-Firi iKY SALTMEATd-firn t aalet; wo quote thoulilsn al ll- GA.RY, WIIOLZ9ALS ASO EKTA1L Druggist, 203 FIFTH StEEI. ESJIOINES. IOWA. .nek Kurt 10 ilothing 221 O i S2J nctminal...........1S3 JiitAsll JIlJ.lVArjH.EK J1AKKET MiLrtAffiza, June l.OOi for No. irseller Julj, for Aufruil. i.ia. 1-l'J.OOT: Ica.eM. X. f. -SiTinil brIVKD C x.ud ScbwA. totaci TJXOII Mfl m, 1011 J. n. Jjta F. CUialUs Steeca wis (Yaiir-AL tan i m. J. 1'. Suttll. julw. ST. No. SflJ .1 ni.John WJIMH. Irtpu WEAVER S: MAISH, ZDXJG GKLSTS Kwl sWiJj n PS ,500, doled qyictbul MeaJy [ii fieih Itecelpts CSt liei.1; Ci j 9. head at i.Mlfl'-i.OQ Jbr Itio rough UOU 3- Activo an J llrm om for Inferior to c alkuf for K i-ery ikidy ing; eitraj liMfy fir :mi-Jiviin iprior nlnUr. tad dull fm funily IV Closed Brci but nl" ri on are quite light anil'Mpodintai at ifMinbla; there h It" di ip-nlli.i n to il tor nialcr irtll .fu'LT, bn quleti 1.13 fj( No 3 Cbicigo Jf L Jaly, and bid on. ijxu; fu fO-ailiL; 1.2-JforNo. 1 Mil. ami No -UiancMUinil to 1JW fdrre> WlUiU 1J3 foiamber do. Hither quiet but nan Ohio mlTe4 on Inck indtflLijl wblla wwtsrn afloat; wUils and 72 o trt'rt, sad uwound TOVmi imct; slut iiei wlivU; Welket qnil :En Ijautct rntad for the trade mlieil, ileAtncr a.nl 84 for yellow, TO arid aetitc fu t n it 10.75; oilier Autf uit, clAilnff ulil, tbabdl WJ] -1 ii jj WM in U-hl .Irimtuf ,.i a few tiiflipg oC-city L wld Jtili; full nomine Hlgbcr' but ,'qu'M toi vanco; .pot Q notiaJ at city, 131 131. uf UnlaalJxlfiiXp.aa. MOM1V J jiiu --ruijJcja-'i'lv ar Cliatien.MAt in thJ-iIv, lilt1 uireucy, J.I .kp- o; i- r.oioii. -CaplUl tfldse No. llO-Crom R-nta UM n. 11 ail. a 1117. onT ftwV6x.faII Ij bUo ftiipltr Mi H-FirJ (Mcl.lt, H k tOtUi Lodp O.; WBI. Xviiea, brcriUir., M I1 OIIIEQ fcOCliTTlE G. nil alor. Lalgt I. D. 0. 7..TUtL SIJa-U rr. PwpMc.t! UJlTlMrtll. artrrLur'.' U 'SHOOS DNIHSIKUHJ JSflOH VEKiVON Icndy-Mtulv nts' Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS MD WISES. 405 Walnut Street, M.-G. SHERIDEN, A. P. DUFF, FRESH AND SILT MEATS. HOOTS AM) B. II. CORNlXCj, A7 FOKTUNFrFOirgT: rktU 11 Hub. 1 Unw Finh F. ary Uimmiur. 1, 025 Casli-Prizes, PUTZE, HOW CASES: M. Tcrhunc, MANUFACTURER, 46 ble Si, Illinois. ad-'-- lll.j VOttTOVVICK HKU UL i .t VtliS iirT actCFta lot -neck dtnlvt lilt nT itcoiplt .IT t-r ttilLiU., u 7JO J rjTml'-il Lo 10 oriiuru Kgncj nrfrr offlct PWH Tlminit. illITirrpl t! a till, irricn will i mil Umo. U. UOce lleie. Monthly, HoUw w   

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