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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 March 1899

ilttlM oduced car Chicag ttle" crovj-, ost fan? try is Mich. jf.,s ieting a improy leded ii [red buK His bf.: [tails ®n love affa pect [•Every ilaste ii is and re no ap vhat tot I havp Itomacb jtlwtsc nynen I gettin* tired ill tot." |at does ou are blood." is his sue lowa Stats Bystander. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE BY STANDER PUBLISHING. COMPANY, 390 FIFTH STREET, BOOMB 11 and IS IOWA 'raOHK NO. 899. 0*KUXAI. PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PMOTHCTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP ajTv. FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF JF*'} IOWA, A. F. & A. M. ~TKRMB or SUBSCRIPTION. Oar year #1.80 Six motitbs. ?5 TOrto months........ 60 All subscription payable in advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. ii" i. 1 seats Beadmoaey kj postcffloc crte, MMf 'fffimtm, axprece or draft, to in low* i| |*TC*A*wm Piblbhlti Company. Ocausulcettoiia mart be wrlttsn ea om g, tfrfc ef the paper only nd be of interact to IfeapttbUa. "Brevity to the oral of wit," ^fensember. i...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 March 1899

sf'?C id- *»iM 58' ft* S I .^.yrimwi",, SfPf I |||P WASHIKQTOS,^ Feb. 38.—When the court of inquiry Into the beef charges S»«t yesterday Lieutenant Charles P. Dwyer, ftintli infantry, testified that there were numerous complaints as to the'canned roast beef, but no official action was taken, as it was difficult to get anything in the way of rations to the army Several sergeants of the Ninthiuf»ptry testified. Their testi mony in the main'did not differ mate riallv on any point and was in effect that the i*egiment used both corned and roaat beef on the voyage from Tampa to Santiago there were manv complaints from the men as to the canned'beef,'ils it nauseated them, had little taate and contained but little nutriment that most of the sickness in the command vras probably caused by the canned roast beef. After pet tine into the city of Santiago refrig erated beef was: issued, but the men continued to be «very sick, nauseated and suffering from bowel troubles, which was attributed to t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 March 1899

car nwrdlna regular. on •^*s ng le|'\v-v m. tha* ost fa8 try is! Mich. ricting impro^ ceeded ired bu His 1 -tells 1 __ or© af ect 1 Every taste is and no a[ hat tof I have omacb •ft iyner,- :i|I gettin) tired i: ht, at does [ou are sul food. is his testimonials weun8 japroflU, talng. G*. [Bullng. Get BORY & 80KJ mt section Wlure of [Productive (Circulars Mineral, buth West H*, Manai fStookCom Warlike. Yea, the old man caught me Hob •Ottiainff hid d&Ufrhtor "And "And then he Eaganized me." Wild Bosh of Diamond Miners. A wild rush of miner? is reported at Nuliagine, Australia, where diamonds bavebecn discovered, and it is feared that many will, lose their lives in the Strangle. In this country the rush for gealth.causing1 je or pr »in.ia men to break down in Nervousness and general de bility are the symptoms which Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters will cure. A rat's nest, formed of the tattered remnants of live 8100 United States treasury notes, was found thirty years ago by John N...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 March 1899

¥WM *»*w*KUSS AECH, FBIfiAT 3. r:. 11 •4* •choolairod (sH^ ?#$ Ml HOES. •I: Toil O^ SlfllM MTtn colored &*&< boMta of cheeks «r« iga* loremeat on"fobt to erlary in honor of b(ro6i who fell on San V?«w-W'/tt There iraarly 200 college higher •ehoolt in the Unite t'5tfcte» for the education of colored ,.« J*'er!North Carolina leads the State* with 20 of these schoo hk*Hik}r Pa., ti 'ere are three in the mix are highly «*taemedand warmly commendei fortheir abilijt^as teasers, rtk k'~^- fo&* V..-P, 'Walker of Omaha dar- ing the past *eek was honored by Jnlip, Gordon as city proscatin Attorney. Mr, Walker is th a ol n|i race to occupy that ln«ny Western state. ... first position The"Democrats of Oiiic.ago Cabb«lHor Alderman. hare decided to nominated Mr. B. 8 Oabbellis a Negro' and a strong Democrat, ke. resides in the third ward. The Negroes holds the balance of pow er in this ward and they shonl eleot R. B. Cabbell.—The Ax. 'W Brow tlpfM L-'£2«vv." fc!S— & 15^7 «, In ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 March 1899

narjr first roug tJu vO p. m. mo ve Pi' nd Aa at M' war ous 6 Mr. By straw oved mornii in my coate/ I oftj appetiL food I v. ve a het ch. I sometid rvesar ng# pali din tt i- es your re sufferii ." his remedy? not nave conl ls if you expect a to do its bestwol Doeton. H.SBiBK'SMNS, ON* •PAf" 1 profit} 1" lnff. Qh,^ ing. Gel ORY ft soy section in mora tba to Make CO., VOL. 5. Iowa Stats Bystander PUBLISHED KVEKY FRIDAT BT THE BY STANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, 320 FIFTH STREET, BOOMS 11 and 13 IOWA PHONE ars. icted OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AFBO-AMEBICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF 'fj. IOWA, A. F. & A. M. fg. TBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One "year $1.50 Sixmonths ,.... 76 Three months 50 All subscription payable In advance. L.THOMPSON, EDITOR J^SHEPAflD. MANAGER. —antSi MM money by postofflce seder, express or draft, to Tn IOWA lun tiiTiraii PabiUhibf Coaitaf. Oonmoaioatlona mnit bo written on oao Side of tbo paper only and bo of...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 March 1899

it* iT*E 4sfr HtW, Etfkr mm EW3WT" ""-J W tk\ a""" toT WishfngtOn, March 4?-4After all niglu, the vice-president declared the ipffft .eeoateaajourned at 12:03 to-day, and the a^y YORK", March AJNSW' OBK March j. CONGRESS. ...... .„ .. jNllNHtaut4|$tet ,„ »am*-liti geaenddeflciohcy ANt^-jMBwai,'-1 IWalteiflsAmendment "WW.provMW, thJA"no pro »»y tver^hSU be~ granted if the b*!«* «»»9tartr or other tywhatevcr In the iilttad of Cubs J&*. Occupation thereof by the Btat^ jwee .adopted. The Nic taiendtaent (othe river and harbor up the naval nomination* iro^TOtefWily'BCTL *»y.Making each a Tear ad jriMII".!?1w"" Bol'ley two numbers id advauce Ifffi','®' S»»Psonv At 4 a. m. the two bousos wenjatill deadlocked on the'naval approp- J$at|onbUli -. fsw^rv. ,v HOO' #*. ,., 8?$. '?ie bouse passed the army appropria 2M tloiibUl with all of the senate amend merits. Walker, chairman of the com •pS' on banking And currency, told of -his efforts to secure monetary legislation, %i:' and!of the caus...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 March 1899

E S mm toducwl a new featute la its eplnf ear aervlca arranging to at ib 119 ordinary »leeier in addition fthe tegular flrst-claca aleeper now that sometimes I tremble ny nerves are all unstrung. getting pale and thin. I tired in the morning as tot." (at does your doctor say? lou are suffering from im fblood." tt is bis remedy? must nof have const! [bowels if you expect the Tarilla to do its best work, yer's Pills cure c^ffistipa- ihave a book on Paleness Jeakness which you may Ror the asking. I'» oar Doctors. Ton would like to consult physicians about your condl Vnteua freelrall tbe particulars 'case. You win ffijHpH Qngers %ve the choice of paying highest price Pullman rate or take Btage of the cheaper rate ofTered irdinary ears. The Baltimore and Railroad Is the first line to Intro this service and its popularity een predicted. git-l^are^ wearing their hair her tin fall. time Seeker® Wmtwrnzm SW"*/ w*M BSBIteg &k«-zirjMm In rice on through trains. Commenc wlth FebruaJ-y 1*.on...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 March 1899

1 jlK I hi 1 1 kawilM&jrtt, ...V.A.1-,. ... "te^t! gj5f •JWH ,V I tt ^BSa*A*M* «^W. ?w jjqiyss, 4* CiltAUCH, FRIDAY $S£ku' sVWM- .'•'•• IOWA. "f* fc',', 10. Joseph £. Lm hu biMB iQftrtoed by the Senate as Collect oflnternai Rsvrnae for theDis I of Florida. This is the most nt federal office in the state, ia .position pays $3,200 a year, '#odlw hae nine depoty collectors ®n,kr tim., Me VDe of the gives an $80,000 bond as collector and another of $10,000 as a disbursing agant oi the treasury* The receipts of the Mce average about $450,000 an .^inaUy. odge Lee is an honored slumtis of the Institute for Color ed Touth of ,.• Philadelphia, and is many sent out of that ^Stitution, who, has made a recorc ^Rb^road of. One of the notable citizens Detroit is Eliza McCoy, founder of the McCoy Lubricator Com P*ny- Mr. McCoy is a mechan ical egineer and the inventor aeyen valuable appliances used in Senator McLaunn oi South Car win*, is pushing a bill now before I the United State Senate to ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 March 1899

rfc giV ll ersfl att' bUStJ hel^ pfc'f. remember. -cattli atoea wiSkt rlty. jp? lite tiTlli tijViRe lou liver cne*, etc.: long Dtaeount AND* reater other fl|j| usively an^ That! r«it and gives K-r? VOL. 5. Iowa Stats Bystander. PUBLISHED KVEBT FRIDAY BV THE BT STANDEE PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST STRKKT9, BOOKS 810 AND 911 If ABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 899. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE MOST WOBSHIP- UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. H. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. 11.50 Six months.......... /. 76 Tbree months.... 60 All sutwcrlptlon payable In advance. u. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. 3* •add money by poatoffloe arte, Srdsr, nprtw or ftwft, to TAI IOWA ATASA fttatAWDBa Publishing Company. OMBmoBkwttoBs must be wrlttra tM Side of the paper only and be of interest te Ihe pnMlo. "Brevity Is the aool of wit," We will not retornrejected m»nu»orlpt —1— aoeompanled by portip (tamps. IOWA'S LE...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 March 1899

B»43*^ jh iby w-parj ie U*t Jon prior #bMWn *Mi£• **V ^\i^ru\m WmMW ipllil tHepbint «^ptiedw.i$ft wbieh provide* _|jb...:tou»V, b« on Stfo^4T&«j \*r be Mbit of tb*«alcons tiSjfiii adoption of the sweodeand 'fbOUfbt it oa'iWM*«^M|| li^»^ll*klar CfcMWM A#W»ffc'l»wil«tie. D*» Iffobtn, .l&AMIif-Stita Oil etdr Flelwlt-iMui filed ». formal "»dH»?#^|te9H*l9nr Of Hn- pHBted,tliftt tbU *pw£l» of adultera tion bad been^lacgVli^edby the state oilii}§pector, apdsUiat investigations werebeloftttjatodeiermlne where the blame lay.' Jujfceetor £ictceU has completed bis M*^jr|ttoW' and laid the result befbra Me-rt»|e Tew day* oil coB«na*,t^' .(|hlli^B, have been shipping thUadaltwwtcid.itrodiict into the state fareotae which Viimiqwuf," Cj4 Cla«k He is'only 9$ yfjsrstff age, and ItUr eald at tbe^dep^j-tmentthat if Xiefeaan sifctftsds infettlngrthk-ough the aeademy tbere lsno good reason wbybe sboald not .Ultimately reach lownrallrMMs fly i*o»tha past, all of- bare been detected Sad reported ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 March 1899

SM'«^ 4*' kffir SSBT iftee ms*® 4'"V£ 1 FEEETOJILLIONS k£v Bi^k Mrt HTM f*r tt# r$ !fndlflal book* are not always Inter esting reading, especially to people en Jo^lutfood health, but as A master of («!t. sc*r«eljr ohe person In ten Is per- Mftty healthy,' and even with such, atitiwr or later sickness must come. W ia *l*o a well established truth tlut$ nine-tenths of all dUeaaea orig inate with a breaking down ofthe di ftlJflon,.* weak stomach weakens and impoverlahea the system, making it W tor disease to gain a foothold. Kebody need, fear consumption, kid ney, disease, Jiver trouble or a weak sr heart and nervOttB system as long as the digestion is good and the stomach abla to assimilateplenty of wholesome food.^ Stomach weakness shows ifcelf in a *?ore of ways, and this little book de scribes the symptoms and causes and points the way to a cure so simple that anyone cani understand and apply. .Thousands have some form of stom ajeh.. trouble and do not know it. They •scribe the hea...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 March 1899

igvy,-.:"" j#jriMiK»«i«th« MMUm "to M. my 4 v' trades never succeeds at any |H Be monldors of public sentiment, ^Imvo a mind of jour own bb ori ffnal thinkers*.with opinions of your own, and When a conclusion once logically Ini'intelligently /ormed, Junrf'tUfe cdiir^geolyour eonviftipns to mantain tliem unfil ir ibtir are-pd&lodged ifey "others, idtbe habit of pti^ariam. or pliptg toad jjastone's self to hts and theories ot every j*?0e, if yoa desire to succeed. 4*iN to la| sjf»diai emphasis the stability of a lawyer. In cine the doctor has no one to ^dispute the ipse dixit that he ad* ^huKmin the diagnosis or the na ^j^neiof his patient illness, and if kntsrtor is'committed it is buried ir six foet ot earth. What is of the doctor is also true oi the theologian. He advances his own l^rthodoky about which there is no diapute aa it is accepted by his k%eerei*-aa the fact. Hot so with J^the lawyer, however^ for every ieinch of groondthat the practicion- r^%r iV MwMtm AMD 8KNI0R tao...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 March 1899

l-" rfifts Vm IW £g$UBHXD K-VKHt TBtDAT BY TH« BT MAJJOEB TOBtlliHIHO COMPAKT, AWD LOCTJST BTH15BT8, HOOKS 210 AND 811 MABQUA^prBtOCK. AKJOWA 'PHOW -", fkv?» .fir***.11 •&K 1 1 .••J vK p?. fe All itibscriptlon payable ln^uivmoe. TMQKPSq "jNer.espies*«r« •tttiiBu hkWilaf N»pebiie. ^f.wsai|inbei. .Toatnn hea the Famous Jnbllee Sing •fs, Monday night at Wesley M. £. at Met. Hamilton 706 Walker St. The Stewardess fioafd, of the A. M. S. Cbnreh will serve Slipper and refttwbment at the church rest Monday evening.. „v. Born to Mr and Mrr. Henry MoCraven, last Friday morning' a dughter both aie ^. getting along fairly wpli. jM" lAteat styles lowest prioea Mason's 6C9 Loea^t street. r*y The Good Time Club met on last Thurs day evening at the borne of Miss Bessie Stewart. The evening was spent in plaving various games and reoiting quo. -tstions from popular poets, at 10:00 o'clock alight lunch was served.. Miss O'Neal of St. Joseph, Mo., who baa been attending Highland Park '.College, re...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 March 1899

(regiments nglanoetli rough mastered oofc, and Ibe Forty %?«R 1,1 Of tli# total number of deaths H« tWfour regiments onVbundred and #itiM were caused by typhoid fever. VlltartotaV was distributed «poag the regiments aa follows: iWty-ninth, SS, of which 41 Were typfcold cases fiftieth, SI, of whieh so were due to typhoid '»«. which typhoid caused IS and pneumonia 11 F^fly-aeqond,' 88, 81 being from typhoid, and in this latter regiment two deaths, caese not reported. The .Forty-uinth and Fifty"-second were the only regiments to pk 'officers. The ^Forty-ninth loot two—First Went George W. Micbaelson, of Company L, dfed jat Jaeksonrille' September of jtypbotd, and First Lieut. Ooy Kellogg, iiof CompanyG, waatbe very first man Woi bia ntgimentlto Ibse blalife, having plied Angnst Si la»fc?#ftfh« place or $3Bqnaeaf,hls J* not reported. Ifiecond Lieut Charles F. Grout, of ^Company 'Kfr Kftynwlsond regiment, .f-*Sdtod at Ra»metabt»-g, September 13 of typhoid. 1 '1 WILL TftY KI'FARLAND. Tri*...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 March 1899

Hi e*y&v & i&4 1 ?$-«• There are in Japan the chrysanthemum. '•nji |he fine & '-SCy I iv' 1 V'liiv •^,rfiM6K"-r ®S&r»'-' toneer froad HB to SO,394 since March 1, 1896. The locomotive purchases during that time have been 216* of which about 20 jare still to be delivered. The company hasalso purchased five postal cars, ten express-cars, ten/combination cars and cars. been in th« I' More tlian f5.0[0,000 lias vested in the canning industry in tost four agtttu^ J, German Coffee Berry, JM offee pkg. 15c. Salzer's Ne Chicory lsc. Cut this out an any of above packages Before sarsapariUas were fifty years ago, it work^ then you can count :tHe sarsa pariUas by tie thousands withevery variation of imita tion of the original,ex cept one. [The SimpanUa which nude Sinapirilla famous] 200 varieties of Th^ recent order of the Baltimore ft Ohio Bailrbad ter flve thousand steel coal curt to be built by the Pressed SteelCompany and the Carnegie Com* •o.. pany. brinw.Uie total purc...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 March 1899

?^y *3? ton, p.p.ba* been appointed |t iajfl fox fffc mmwin MMOte andsong writ™,*** on Weber and Field's lit! •*&$£!$ -«rm UIl ~_jfi rii:|^|ldin0hd«^M'':.now WkatKoeturand ^rtt«re heietporteenth on name pf the HU|Wo(« colored eol l» «iW^ ^4he former rake, who vdftjF*:'HM rich b* died he iacre* 4|uftd ili.^Mur elavea. »e« «aeti«r 1»«U of fam ilieeaM^timeaftd thieve each ^m^^^^hdmeatead. i»|Otfl|MWf«Uve W^ ^W gW #oi*h of iprovpftp nine: lawyer* 30 den tiafcain the atate. There in a de- an tffcitj and tows mifwai§t lapnfoottoorgan* ize.au Afro*Amei3eaa Headwait AaaodatioD. er preaeal by the Government Medic** Inspect ^orfort^lMaoictof^oinbia, an York fa Ohy,Bnh^p. negro law- I eral wellknoirn Tammany officiala rmji tettlement of 6,000 withineight ofGieatSrNew |Aeopjriing.yto, atate ^r«n oat a tract of laod ^,500 acrea has been ^IkniiUM will be ntgbi to -their new Carol ina,8oatli sTtte.^pro- ti^ ee?er§l. •a eoon.aa^tbe tutored fainU awaettled. "£lch lot holder a deed of lis plAt, J...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 April 1899

I* 1 Ihe VOL. 5, lowa State Bystander. PUHI.ISUKD EVEUY FRIDAY BV THE BY STANDER FUBLISBIMO COMPANY, rami AND LOCU6T 8TKKKTS, ROOMS 210 AND 211 MARQUAKDT BI.OCK. IOWA 'PHONE SO. 899. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP FIJI. UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year H-50 Btx months. ?5 Three months. 60 Atl subscription payable In advance. w. I. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bead money by poitofflee erAar, mommj •rdar, axpraaa or draft, to Tat t»ti lun MwiHDn Publishing Company. Communication* mnit bo written oa oaa •Ida of tha papar only and ba of lotaroat to Ika publla "Brevity la tha aoul of wit," ram amber, We will not ratnra rejected manuaortpt ante** aooompanlad by poetaga acampa IOWA'S IEADIKC COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mason New Millinery 609 Loeust St. Mr. Reese of Oskaloosa is in our city on business this week. Sunday did not seem like an Easter Sunday to the Iowa...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 April 1899

4 F" Pi irmm iKBlk »«r». o*. 4r MswS, 9 nr CSUlP'a,nt rlSil'l? in Porto Rico oookiBe"- t^rtt 5J*rodneed From confidential talks ivitlt proprie tors of slaughter houses und manu facturers of chemicals lie was more than ever convinced that the packers used chemicals in preserving meats. 2 Dr. Nicodemus testified that both the IIcanned and refrigerated beef was very Jlunsatisfactorv. The latter smelled f^ike an embalmed body. A request 1 jS^Tsjavjws received froin-Gen. Miles pre.sent ^ping-tbe tiaines of 123 officers and en •^listed men wliom he desired to have the court summon as- witnesses. lie said 25.000 men could give testimony substantiating the assertion that the meat was unfit to eat. WASHINGTON, April 0.—-Professor Russell H. Chittenden, of Yale College, 1 one of the clicraists selected by THE SEWS 111 IOWA. investigation ^MWteW*, April 1 -Before Hie gffl? eowrt Colonel C. U. Green ii tft medical inspector of the «W«f surgeon in the flelil &?j?Sy^ IWffi' i?* Spanish war, t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 April 1899

•, I-1 ... yft A fc. not ffeeel it from »MjtO [hi fined! fosfalaj. TALKS WITH WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE The more of a nobody a man is the more important be thinks he is. DeafneM Cannot Be Cored by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that I* by constitutional remedies. D^afn-. ss is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflimeit you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed, forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We wilt (five One Hundred Dollars for •ny case of Deafness (caused by ci ta'r' that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for circulars, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 April 1899

mf as s»s^ 5^ SNS 5k li fe- •,'• sr tA» i* ?.- JWf* *R BIITAKDIK FOB. GO. HOINBS, The' A. H. E. church has 750, 354 communicants- The A. E. Zion church has 519,681. PMI AV* Lawrence Dunbar is saic to bare realized upwards of Rumor has it that Booker Washington will starte an indust rial school in Cuba or Porta Rico, modeled after his iamous Tuskege plan... Helena, Arkansas, has a first class grocery, owned by Moses Griffin Turner, and a large dry goods store owned by a company wtih Dr. £. C. Morrison as man ager. The Mary Holmes Seminary an industrial school for colored girls at West Point, Miss., was com pletely destroyed by fire entailing a loss of $70,000 insured for $40, 000. According to the most accurate statistics attainable, the Negro Baptists in the United States have 14,462 churches, 10,190 ordainec ministers, and 1,731,636 members of whom 55,244 were bapised last year. The value of their property is estimated at $9,617,373. Last year there was contributed for church expen...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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