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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 May 1899

fef,- &dt j%s 5fwr »c^ 'mm 'PP Ju "fK ITi A4' Ub^ja iiUtory of dytliia „«»t nd»$fthr««uth«rii *utw jft^ytot^n# atlhetUke practiced Jtorihiree aiinUar to p«rpeti*t«d bjr Georgi* a -tibia week,bul it wat the a»rge».1^5uri^V,1^eek ju M~ *&f- ag^iiaqe. ,, ISsfi. ., ,'v*' ^^9N8toM..v ,..,*.. ^I^Rie. good pwplr *o| tb« Booth |l»iT^ to aoffer the Icora and frown# of other civilized nation*, on ae eouAt of failore on their part to iran the earth and make ezamplet lout „of their own barbarians.-- *Color«d Gitlsenlll 1 4 1 Wfsfi'viP*-*''' life & The boasted oivilazition of oar Southland' become* i7 mockery -f^nen week after week it ia hearld ed to the* world that those in whose hands are held the reins of justice are unable to pnnish crime, thus necessitating* resort to lynch law, white capping and other at rocites as a. means pf punishing those accnsed, of capital offenses g® ^Informer, fp It was not necessary, sarley, to threten to mob Major Thomas and Governor Atkinson in order...

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. — 19 May 1899

Iowa &< i' 8UC^4 rang Moha i?Sm p., J»" VOL. 5, Tf V1 vr TCBUSH*D BYXBT TODAY BY TBK BT $* STAJIDB* PtTlLMHINS COMPANY, irW mm Aitn tdciprt fi^Mis, ROOMS 810 AltD 111 MfBQUAJtPT BLOCK. '^'Z' IOWA *raosx »o. 8W. KSJS OFFICIAL PAPXB or TH* or THK MOB* WOBSHIP- CMITED GBAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. r." A A. M. StfV |P TKRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. #"®-"V One year....... 8tx months..... ....... Thnt montba. W$0& AU rabaerlptlon payable In advance. fj|f iUI«(th* paper only «nd be of Intwut W V« (kapnblle. "Bret... the aoal mt "Btmber. •. will not return rejected manuscript jp£ aaless aooompaalM by postage staopa. Mr. Will Wilkerson who left last year with the 49th. Iowa volunteers for Cuba has returned home Tuesday looking well and is quite well posted and is very interesting to talk to about Cuba. ^J$'\Stewardesi Board will give an Ice \am and strawberry social on Thurs & May 25th. in the church parlon. Free, President, Mri- J. ion icratary, Mrs. J. B. •. ^rBO-AH»UCA» FBOT*CTIV* ASSOCI...

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. — 19 May 1899

jr- 'if? •&&& 8$$%- i£?? lowa Stall Bystander. roBuimp BTAKDI •VIST rBIDAT BY THK BT I PUBLISHING COMPANY, HlfH AKD XiOcrp«T nsun, booms 210 AHD 111 MABQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA *rao:ra Ha 899. OrrtOlAL PAPKB or THE {.fro-ahbbica^ PBOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OWlOIAL PAPKB OF THK MOST WOB8HIP PU& BHITBD GBAHD LODGE O* IOWA, A. F.' A A. M. .'. Z&, f" TKBMBOP SUBSCRIPTION. One year........... ......H.SO Biz months....... W •»iThw* months... ......so 1 AU subscription payable In advance. -y-'M.-1. THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. SHEPABD. MANAGER •sadBUMWybyy wm— •»••», Mritr, exprees «r drift, I* Tn I*wa V^aa Imuin PtMUtti Cta^uf. -lS:« Oefamualoatlans most be written *a, om the paper only and he of interest W Ike publio. "Bret...is tlw soal ef wit," *^feoMmber. W* will not return rejected mannasrlpt I' taless accompanied by postage sumpe. 1011'S LEADIHG COLORED PiPER. CITY NEWS? Mrs. M. J. Breekenridge is sick this week. et, Mr. Edward Good of Griunell is hfcre sin this week on b...

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. — 19 May 1899

-p" kilir- r-Gei •wrni •Mf "3 (WW ^jr Swfep x£*u&ffip6!w*r, ro$a- kMl ofcmoet dsof delists mads the A*«ora goat This by ma Bnslish la Valued at fttO.OW a a Jtudr 1* pNfuit It is a^jt Mdf' into wip on DM rhlch ia beinf liven bt Maaoamustbe amieing St«d.- The articles callwt feoffees, jellies. syrups pro^tegaf an* ho«f»gr #*e none ut tki UTendoi^ labels W a, think. They ere either a kiltutes or mixtures which are passed upontfce publi" vicfeT lo«i «MIU tod ran £.inue Charles P. ^Nfia draw Ui general's par speeded tnpn the service. bat *ne longer wear Ihebutton of tal Legion. The military order lto existence in April, 18*5, be taaiied by officers and ek-offlcers _w,« army, navy andmarfne eorpe '*,£$ United States who took part in Yil war of 1841-g*.' Membership pa to the eldest direct male lin »"'iwcend*D(. The xptenbersltip numbers aomethlng Ilk* 10,000. el Orlln*, an English Inventor, stljr gare aprlvate demonstration ondon of his marvelous derive for ^ing ,torpedoes. JM» 'distan...

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. — 19 May 1899

•*$ m- «y rwMktow 'ajHij#-" &" TTtsS" wpmt,]»--*3ktom 1»i»*tofc*f«sl*ft 4tM^ ibeadao&most of.tke' tandaof delta la made the Angora goat. TW» an BnsUab ^vai*d«t w*&* ke l^ pr*ar»d lt ls «i4 made ttttT *l«s Z*iM rWdt:JS:Aef]S*-' fifwt Maeoajanatbe *«Wa| ated. Ttof articleecalled ^coffee*. Jellies, ,syrnps^ prb&iW** ., iat the «amw3oi|» libels "^oa OrtnltTheysre either a kiltutesor mixtures which am victi? pasaetf npop.tlwpubU'- lov^L kil^-Oeneral Charles P. «agan ^wapti^tf bis iwaal'tpv ipendedfrcitn the Hpke, but wna longer vur ibe'button of «1 Lvtsl. The military' order |to existence to 4(ril,4ttS, be tli aiaed bjr (tfeen and ex-offlcers army, navy" tnf marina corpe United States 'who took part in *il war of 18tl-€S. Membership p» to the eldest, direct male lln- Xhers endant Tba membership something like-10,000. el Orllng, aa 'Caj^lsh laventor.. ally gar* a prlvate dmaoostratlon ondon of hli mairslons dtYtee for an*' !dlata»oa. ^nciple^lM tnyeadbneonsisu :. he transm...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 May 1899

Mr. tm 's w^ II rl^ il ||Tf mm -li MI' IMZ -&>t£ 'm "k -it V* 0^'e «-W *V\V *iedJPe?ru-naaaa family iasdlcine tor ••vera! y«*ri/ I flnd lt of espaelal jM« •or Bjflitt. I have had ievttaj tedious flpells with systsmie catarrh and befor* rsi&fP«»ni-n» I bad tried »%mi W. H. B. William^ Columbus, O. •thsr remedies with little or .no auc eeaa. But la Pe-ra-na I found a pronpt and sure cure. I always keep tbe remedy which prompt!? relieves aay attack of the Mine malady. "My wife alio o«ea Pe-ru-jia, 8he finds It of especial use for severe spells, to which shells subjects We always keep It in the house as' a family medi cine. We think it an excellent remedy for the Various ills to whlcn children are subject, especially climatic dis eases. Address Dr. Hartman, Colum bus, Ohio, for a free book oa family medicine. 5£."f» 5,*'} 1 ... .. «#•$», a* 7SERVANT TO SEWArO.^ 95*4'• LORD FAIRFAX. iaUrnti Ittmarkabl* Old Ohli Kan. A letter to the Cincinnati Enauirer I from John A. Tlnsley, a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 May 1899

mmMMM^Mk 1'| v"7 {•M msmsmm) ihiivi yft^mi'jc ^Ijr.-U. b. w«|l»m», wwuh« «c/nw tKtmirt' IB?A: J#Mwr to, Dr. Hartmaa «ayi: "I «Md,Pe*ni-na family SMdiclna t«§ toveral years.1 fladltofespeclal vaa for myaelf. I have had Mvarij tedious with systemic catarrh and before PjhfB-u' I had tried•', •etaial We* jrv Mr. W. H. B. Williams, Columbus, SERVANT TO SEWAPO. t|«4 KttolMr of !&• Rtrnui BecMtatf .Lmtm hrtui. William' F. Butler, who servHd Wil liam H. Seward for more than forty years In the capacity of body tervant, has died ia IteMkljrn, worth some |75, 100. He was a slave, in his eaMy |ife, but managed'to buy his freedomVCbtn tng to/Washington he took a cooknhlp In w*s.- uhen the ieCftotary came a^sa him. There waa a-certain Quaint philosophy about the black nyin which was charniing to the white, Butler was wit* Seward during tue greater part of hit Public career, and ion his death had ... ved sufficient to, retire. The tips he iu.i received from hta master. have been well followed....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 May 1899

pfe t?$. J»V' & Pi ll $ fW us* altelK-W*41 fc ^^ywWkit 5" ^ort^CwiJt, for $3000. tfyl. S\ t, 1 ig«9 Qper« iMu»e in the Unit t*tM.fltUniMi«Kerof the ,di«o4. {S.- Itk. Opera tarn August 6th Among those who. were at thp pier to see them off were Miss PortiaWashington, only daughter of Mr. Wiasliingtpn, Mr. Emmet J. Scott, Miry Washington, coniid ^ntial seeretary, Mr. P, J. Smith of Boston, and Mr, and Mrs. T. Thomas Fortune.—The Age P-*m i/l."t' i-.:,, :-iS«35ife, i«d^ I^WJW l^VMr. p«non :M*f j»l tftfetOolMM* -^aicr' JR& House) *w«£&& ., v,- A.petition, ha* bests filed with talnra* tb« ^Mne» of nearly ^!S?^&SSSi 3«te obiect, tfejito^K !Sf the Ne J?ro pnhlic school* aqdcr the con trol of a Ifagto board ofsdricatiou. T. A. Clirlrfc a negro who .hM al way# borne a ol^rmcter above* re* proich, i« the prii^fkctor in the effort to havea: Negro board of education.^ "i jV A nnmber^of the friends of the uskegeeworkia Bostonpat their heads together and decided that Mr fiooker...

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. — 26 May 1899

a?* cp*:, h** KT' -•.•iSg ft VOL. 5. iowa State Bystander. TVBUniD KVXBT rBIDAT BY THK BT BTAKDMt rUBLMHIKG COMPACT, V1VTH AID VOCVtX STREETS, BOOMS £10 AND 311 MABQtf AfcDT BI.OCK. IOWA 'PHONE KG. 89#. OFFICIAL PAFKB OVTUI AFBO-AMKBICAN FBOtECTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL FAFEB Of THE MOS* WOBSfflP •FUL UMICTED 6KAKD LODOE OF ?, IOWA, A. F. & A. It. St, '#s' Ja- TBRMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. Om year................... .......11.80 Six months.......... 76 nirM monUta. ..Ml All subscription payable In advance -r d. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. v,x-*fMflMM0r''kjr H«r, express or4ntt,H Tn Chas, R. Bradford days in Omaha. is,* w- 0 Is J»K? IOWA tfin ImuniiPaUbilaiOnyMjr, Oeamaaloatlona mnat be written aa eaa of the pap«r only and be of interact to Ibe publla. "Brarlty la the sonl of vtt," muabw. We will not return rejected manuaorlpt flow aooompanlxt by poataf away. IOWA'S LE1DI1C COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS will visit a few 1 H" M. J. Breckenridge is very sick at her hom...

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. — 26 May 1899

!*»JV SFE,".IE Stfefe -J tsfi-.T t' 'hi m»i Niw if_ •'•Wui |||li|^)Plli': fiiste* ktmiathe Ktbatthi* does yflMfc' ,. Kmperor :Jk^ personal of ,$he' t:.w.*be"eon«rv mildT |iv« the go»ern- iwd tbikt the mouart, It of twenty years of sot fell. Tbe I th government, and [«iferpt« strongly project is thai incase iM or RsMi* or both r^WMla fcontthe„ eastern W- frontier of Prussia *$fe b«*t, system for .• the' jj=pf field hospitals and sup sordnance department. rORN TO, LtNEb- MMVMHI rail 'la 1«M ay '84.44®(wi Filipino com |t by «||M}aitirain. They ji\to ttVir" Din under a ft li» expected they will 48.—President Gon Mllppine fpmmission, ©a departure laid: "We I^Jt appreciate $ha' eonrtesy Hgns. We h»»« spent much time j3«r commissioners, incidentally yjiripgthe American constitution, -/•tyeiples impressed uvprofoundly. joi» of government offered the .nes seems, in theory, good system.' Bat why should a •»$iih your constitution seek to ilte^ony of distant people who in so long lighting again...

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. — 26 May 1899

=y*« $r K... s. MM ponder it has fifty happy years back of it. Jet a bottle today of KAY'S LUNG MLMtor [which made Simptrilla famous] ALL D*UQOIST» SBLL Arn'I SAMAPAULLA. FI.oo A BOTTLE. OOldi and throat diseases WHISKERS DYED AtlatmrmlBlmokby tteentsof alMraggUU or B.P. Hall* Oft, Xashaa. If. H. WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT "Nothing but wheat what you might call a aeaof wheat," is what was said by a lecturer speaking of Western Can ada. For particulars as to routes, rail way fares, etc., apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Department Interior, Ot tawa, Canada, or to N. Bartholomew, 106 Fifth Street. Pes Moines. Iowa. tboee who desire new land* and '•Kg'ha aw alee onaurpasasd cbanoM for ladwtrial Inveeunenta by capi talists aad auaafactiuere. Its Farm Products in we Include 3S.OOO/W bushels of wheat, MiMO ^::hal«W«Ktaa,aadBUIlienso(dolisrs At stated* time* low rata S(r 5xCTirsifln tkirti, ^f&lre'WId-'Vtt Santa Fa Routa to Oklabona. Addros Geufal PaaMnfer Oflea, TWAttMsw, Teftfcs SsstaR...

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. — 26 May 1899

S*Kl2 'W WOES. I l~ 'mi— \°& w,$* pi iik, :,. *!»**•*_ &•*•*»• oflimitat- r® tmeStHxf. iobbit«Bti, ........ ?.flw 5 tJUfroea I* sou j&P* hii home in G* .\Hi» fan DM A. M. E. by an both' white •Jpto first time 'Jii 4***®j» *^wn *¥*9 a r*,T Ui 16 of «?MJ storeand «®*f wm doMd {a honor of NegW, no basinets being transacs wbil« thefaoeraal in prog reas.McCarthy never dabbled in jpolUica, bot »Mprobative most inflaential Negroln the coantrj. Hi«| detthi li^epkved, «Uke by ihe White oelorand ed people. Wilberfqrce, Universitj will hold ite thirty*«ixUi annual commence* Jane lfi^Thefcaccalatireate ser mon will b6 preachod bj Bishop B- F. Le6 annaal sermon Payne Seminary, Biabop James A. Han dyj annual stirinon, University, Bhhop Abvam Grant. The aun nal address before the literary soc ietieawillbedelivered by Profess or ttichard'R. -Wright, president Georgia Btatelndnitrial Gollege, annoal Alami address, Rev. J. A. Johnson of Washington, D. C. A special address will be made bef...

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. — 9 June 1899

stv Y- •m S\.J fm^: 11 $v* TJ-l ,' fr VOL. 6. icwa State Bystander. PUBUS11KD EVERY FRIDAY BY THE BY STANDBtt rUKI.ISHINO COMPACT, FIFTH AND I.OCUST STREETS, ROOMS 210 AND 211 MAKQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 899. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIE AFKO-AME1UCAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPT ION. One year 1.90 Six months 75 Three months 60 All subscription payable In advance. J. I, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. ii «rti*-^S,BfcS|a Bead money by poatoffle* alto, «OM] •rdw, express or draft, to Tn lew* km VIIUHDII Publishing Company. Communication! mnit b« written OM tide of thi paper only and bo at intaraat to Ike public. "Bravity la tha tool of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript anleas accompanied by poet age scamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Children's day June lltli. Mrs. M. J. Breclcenridge who has been quite ill is improving1 nicely, Mr. and ...

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. — 9 June 1899

fit a fe $J' V0DI38, IOWA. st It LOOKS DARK. s»? The volunteers who fought in the Philippines are a splendid lot of men, capable and accomplished fighters. They behaved like veternins when un der fire and there is no limit to their courage. Their record in that awful country will adorn pages of American history recently made and yet un written." MANY MINERS PERISH. Two Hundred Hen Die Miserably on the Desolate Edmonton Trail. SEATTLE, Wash., June 9.—Death reaped a terrible harvest last winter •long the Edmonton trail. It is knowr that 200 miners perished. They met their fate in the British Columbia wilds from hunger, freezing, accident and disease. The shocking news is brought by the steamer Laurada, which has just arrived from Wrangel and other Alaskan ports. The officers of the boat report that fifty men alone perished in the Great Slave Lake. Twenty others met watery graves in the rapids of Mud and Lake rivers. A score at least succumbed to the arctic cold, while scurvy carried o...

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. — 9 June 1899

The ranks of English duchesses, oft times recruited from America and tha stage, are to be invaded by Edna May, the Salvation Army lassie of "The Belle of New York." The prospective Duke of Devonshire, known as Mr. Henry Shepperd Hart Cavendish, is the suitor for the hand of Miss Edna May, who In private life is still Mrs. Fred Titus, wife of the bicycle expert. Mr. Cavendish has been paying marked at tention to the little Salvation Army lassie ever since she came to London. Titus went over the big pond not long ago, and when he returned, it is said, he knew that his wife would sue for a divorce. Miss May, whose real name was Pec- San Francisco, Cal., May 2.—Cali fornia's State Fish Commissioners have decided to exterminate the seals on the coast islands within fifty miles of San Francisco because of their flepredations on salmon and other food Sshes. These depredations are not con fined to the ocean outside of the Bay of San Francisco, but the seals enter the bay and go up the Sacra...

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. — 9 June 1899

V.A fabric. 1 PT "WS'i TttfibfcfV mm LAUNDERING IN DES MOINES. NEW LOCATION. NEW MACHINERY. Make th^ir own soap, after a recipe used by them in their largest laundries in other cities. It is manufactured from the purest ingredi­ ents and will not harm the most delicate NEW LOCATION—211-213 W. NINTH Sr. Our effort to please you is edentical with our ambition to succeed- SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION. Report of Iowa District Sun day School Convention. Ties Moines, Iowa, June 1.—The 17th annual session of the St* Paul district Snaday School convention convened in St. Paul's A. B. church, Presiding Elder Jason Bundy presiding. Devo tional Service was led by the District superentendent, Mrs. J. E. Meadows. Miss Sadie Benthan of Keokuk was elected Secretary and cho&e Miss Mae Williams of Minneapolis as assistant. Mr. J. L. Thompson, Des Moine6, Miss Blanch Bell, Ottumwa, Miss B Rober, Dubuque, were appointed as committee on credentials and they re ported nineteen delegates. Miss Mag gie Mason...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 June 1899

HTW'fW i\«: r..'v .'•. •. i' •,•."• Boone, la., June €, '99. Mr. Editor: Miss Williams of Ogden is in. the city this week. Mrs. Cowan is building a very pretty cottage in the fifth ward. Mr. Garfield Washington has invest ed in a new bicycle. Rev. Besfield intends moving his fam ily to Fraser this week. Mrs. B. F. Taylor was visiting rela tives in Moingona last week. Mrs. Jas. Robinson and Messrs. D. R. Basfield, S. L. Terry and L. F. An thony have returned from Des Moines where they attended the: A. M. E. con ference and convention. Mrs. Taylor went to her home in Kansas City after a pleasant stay in our city. On Monday evening the P. C. met at the church and rendered the following program. Song address, J. T. Wash ington recitation, C. H. Coleman solo, J. T. Washington debate, "Resolved, that lynch law will ultimately end in civil war." The judges decided in favor of the affirmative, Messrs. J. T. Washington and S. L. Terry. The speakers on the negative side were Messrs. C. R. Col...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 June 1899

A V' Hf'r ||K' CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) Soon after this, when evening came wjjR on we heard a noise in the forecastle, and the voice of Hislop exclaiming: "Stand clear—sheer off, Antonio! If you come,ath*art me, I'll knock you down with a handspike! What! you grip your knife, do you? Well, just do it again, and I'll chuck you over board like a bit of old Junk." "What is the matter now?" said I, hastening forward. "Oh, this rascally Spanish creole has been swearing at the men again, and threatening old Roberts." "He vows, sir, he will burn the ship," said Roberts, who seemed con siderably excited. "Burn the ship," reiterated Westcn. "I have jl great mind to put him in the bilboes for the remainder of the voyage." 'Twere best for all concerned, sir,' Baid Tom Lambourne, touching his forelock with his right hand, and giv ing the deck a scrape with his left foot "or set him adrift with some provisions in the jolly-boat." "Come, come, Antonio," said Wes ton, with greater severity than ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 June 1899

Prtesor,v. J'*' I 'v ,«'» STORYETTES. The Pittsburg Chronicle tells of a woman who dearly loves to use big words, and she does not always use them correctly. The other day a neighbor complained of incessant "Jjains ln her back, whereupon the user of big words said: "I would consult Dr. Pellets for pains in the back. He's the finest bacteriologist that I know of." In a suit between father and son before a Hoosier justice of the peace, the sextet comprising the jury came in after three hours' deliberation with the following verdict: "We, the jury, a?ree to find judg ment for neither plaintiff nor defend ant, and find that each pay half the costs." It is said the verdict struck every one as being so unusually fair that even the parties to the action were satisfied. 1 Norman E. Mack runs the Buffalo (N. Y.) Times. In the presidential campaign of 1884 the editorial page of the paper came out one afternoon filled with reasons why Blaine should be elected president. The first page, however...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 June 1899

.1 4 r^i V' i:7 I IS Ski -"A4 JE'\ For a Whole DINING ROOM'SET Sideboard, Six Chairs and a'Dining Room Table for for $25.00. It Pays to deal at Hassenbusch & Co.'s RACE ECHOES. Cbnr'es W. Chestnut, Paul L. Dun bar, Dauiel Webster Davis, Joseph S. Cotter. Major John R. Lynch, trill be retained in the United States array and detailed to Cnba. Paul Laurence Dunbar, the poet is seriously ill with pneumonia. The doctor says that his condition is growing worse. Roscoe Conklin Bruce, son of the late Senator Bruce, who is in his first year at Harvard, has started out by winnig a prize de bate away from a field of the brightest men in the two lower classes. More colored people earn a liv ing by playing pianos in New York and Coney Island than any other city in America. There are over 20u colored piano players in and about New York. It Saves the Children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. It is,also without an equal for colds and whoopinjr co...

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