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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 September 1899

k*% WW PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY BY THE BY STANDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST STBEET8, BOOMS 810 AND 211 MABQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE N0- 899* AFRO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OP IOWA. -OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year "-J® Six months Tbree months All subscription payable in advance. J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. idb=esasesafc money by postoffice erdar, mom# •rdev, axprMa or draft, to 4SS IOWA IMI tiiiiisii Fnbllibitaf Company Communications mnit be written an omm Hie of the paper only and be of Interest* to fefco pobllo. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manueorlpt aaieu accompanied by postage stamps. IOTA'S LEiDIHG COLOBSD PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs. Oliver of Colfax was a Des Moines visitor this week. Another wedding is rumered to oc cur in our city ere soon. Last Tuesday was the hottest day tbis summer and purhads the hot...

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. — 8 September 1899

Ml 4 tfru $M if V. •-"•w-t'«B**s«K» •MtoiWf ii. 4 1 fe«V"V yA» flij h^ "%n A S0" 11' Jt -wr %MM} SHi* i- ^'^v# W, *v te Bystander. HJB. COl IOWA. VERY HOPEFUL. lP»illlppl»»a Insnrrectioa Will -SW»*'p* Pat Down. «*Toi*, Sept. «.—There will Mn(j of the Philippine coin ^n,i# Washington, probably in Jjmlwip, for the purpose of prepar t'Wl^POrt on the Philippines. All Ml^binwill b® present, except ht General Otis, who will remain ||P^U#as governor-general of the ipplnea and' the commander-in r«f the American forces in the *$f. It is understood thfct instruc will be Sent to Professor Woroes %nd Mr. Denby, the remaining Wliln members of the commission in jfaalla, to expedite the work they are on, so they can sail for the United tes early in October and reach j^|iblngton in time to formulate their The report will probably: be imitted to congress with the pres Ipt's message. Mr. Scliurman lias ?j|»t submitted a written report to the „•, .Jiresldent or Secretary Hay. He has resentedto these 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. — 8 September 1899

:V' WS I :Wv ft} \ii l. tits: ttrO ?.•.. '.is.tV 1 vw- IS If' CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) "You are Mr. Rowton's—er—broth er?" she asked, without replying to my remark. "No," I answered "I am his junior partner." "He is ill, I believe?" "He has been ill, but is recovering. He was not able to come today." I added, with a shade of pique in my mind. Was she regretting that I had taken the place of Rowton, who was probably well known to. her. "I am sorry—for his illness," she Baid, "but glad that he—that—that—" stammering and sitting down sudden ly—I think because she was trembling too much to stand. "Mr "Fort," I suggested quietly. 1 "Mr. Fort—I beg your pardon," she said, hurriedly "but—the time is so short—I—am so anxious to say some thing to you. I hardly know how"— with Increasing nervousness—"but I must say it. I"—raising her eyes once more to mine—"I think I itfay speak to you. You will not think it strange." "I shall be only too glad to be of use to you," I responded, with hardly-re...

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. — 8 September 1899

4 & :~$V- I'.. PS £, ?.J 1 II & ?lf .. «r w, .. •tf-Vfiaw C' -.2J'.**®tSiv run. co. knows how to stop wants to. 'M- OF1864 which empow '•chool authorities of New York State to liWor line most be abol want no separate 'win New York and, in this country is not illy realized, and when it is that this aggregates abont 000,000 most people will be ly surprised, gf|||§|gf§• »m carefully culled statistics is an authentic fact that in isiana the colored population 25 per cent of all taxes. The -Negro Our Western Editors Hold Their Annual Convention in Denver Colo. ltd Monday at 10 o'clock about 25 delegates to the Western Negro Press Association in Zion Chnrch with E. H. Hackley in the President Vernon low A. FRIDAY 8. fcHOES. of Georgia has we »*te to have it.—New ufint colored woman to take years normal course in training at the Boston •chool of gymmastics is Thomas, a graduate ton institute^. ft & Sis IgKfe- w«-5iiimonnt & of wealth owned by -v. ••.: brick makers and hod c...

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. — 15 September 1899

I sV*^v r* #Y' ltd #fer! m-r. tvsf-Xlf- 1 jgpa- i'V fer tj* VOL. 6. pi-busked eveby fwday by thk bt 1*UBL18HIN0 COMPANY, firm A*" LOCUST STBKETS, BOOMS 210 AH» 211 MAJlQUAKDT BLOCK. •OFFIC bar. 1 W SO. 899. 30WA. *r«OSK ktmauit, FA1*EB OF TIIE AKItO*AMERICAN I-ROTBCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. CT rAPEB OF THK MOST WORSHIP* frfc UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. IjBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. •On*: Six Tbtee .11.50 ... 75 MfflthB fubscriptlon payable In advance. .60 fTHOMPSON. EDITOR. SHEPARD. MANAGER. •V bf postoffles (press er draft, be Tan IewAp*Ain bbb Publishing Coapuy lonloatloiu mmt ba written •, Jtba paper only and to of inUr fblie. "Brevity ta tha ml et will not return rejected manuaoript la eoeompanied by postage slumps. li Wf LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Irs. Emma Watson will [to visit in Knoxville. leave Satur- Jlr. A. Rivers will visit Kansas Citj on •excursion this week. will be Endowment at the E. Sunday School.' Mn. A. Rivers'and Miss Josie who went to St. Louis...

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. — 15 September 1899

jj«& el ty r* -V "•'iV '•f* -J- BirififlS ffiP*f^^*fr*tomach -rt.nf^'.r -Major Marcliand'a journey Axriea coet France 8000,000. A 4 CLINT 1 1 mkimm* IMm i^iSfSSf'^i *sjsr TJgh otters ttfarpnae to life and 8ton»»cl»- The 1 W-* Revenue •QOTers the neckpf the bottle. ti^^^L** fCHaimstancak 'MM AUet Cases," hastsof &- ,«*«?* thetmxtism. wj* drcumtUncts m*y be top"#*** snd enriching the •wtthHoofs Stnapuithu A is the S&wS&Z^*"- across a a pBESBSSE '& SlxSin Domingo dollars are equiv alent to oucAuierlcandollar. dis®»»es, Piso's Cure thebestmedlciuewe hate used.—Mrs. J,Jj. Northoott, Windsor, Ont., Canada. '7 J®tfce ^oth Within the last five months $7,000,000 ofnew capital has teeu tnvestedin cotton mills. Mfrs. Wmlowi godtiunt Brrnn. teething, *oftent the «ulU are sacrificed KSs» gum*, reduce* Ir —Mtooa.11»T« MU».rurc*windcolic. 2ftc buttle. The average nnmber of horses killed In span ah boll figbteevery year ex ®®eo* 5,000, while from 1,000 to 1,200 Its wonderful res...

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. — 15 September 1899

IOWA if!! if''vs' Y*\„. 1 ,IV. '.^yV.V ift, fev-f. ii"* T-i: li-' }i ft. ."i*: V'V -i 'f FJ IV r.'-' 4 hen your liver isn't You suffer from bilious- Sation. Ayer's Pills act liver. For 60 years Family Pill. Small 25c. All druggists. raoaatache or beuru a bMutiful black Then tiso HAM'S DYE Hr,.o, M.Wu.tW. MW,» STORYETTES. ry Frederick W. Holis, of the jference at the Hague, is a Ihen at home in New York, ^casion, in the court 100m, wan interrupted with the '•Suppose there was three its—" "That, my dear sir." le lawyer "is a question Imar and not of law." Ireoption in London last spring, nous literary roan said to Chas. /Roberts: "I live upon rnanu- My house is a book, and my lg-suit is an essay I wrote for |ank Monthly. As for my last it is—" Here he paused for a which Professor Roberts sup "A cigarette, I suppose." Iiile on one of the crowded Isle of boats an Oldham man, who suf Icl severely from sea-sickness, was. pieard to say to his son: "Jimmy, getten a stick, wi' a silver knob ...

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. — 15 September 1899

J. pS •'^Mm.M® gwBwjw^aEl^li^ Kfv wm I.CHWpKi [0,Sept6.l899 WSDNB$DAY noma 8MSKW. h»ntahakinc #oew«efcH«4""to order Bishop B. W, Arnett, to Aaxftrlcus the meat pop Wrtop the United States. A^Tvuw^aenrUMSwere eonduot«d ^niupmasive manner bjr the 'pe*n wire ejected:.*?. feut EKf bUbop. »in*lnrof the hymn "And 1 Yet Alive?'1 therewas a general among the ministers of f$bfctoa*r«gation. The conference was Orfaoissod and the following offi- 'WA Peterson: Ke- Bm J- f* cording 8eeretftry, L. J. Phillips sta tlttical '6ecretary? Rev. H. $ Graves Marshall*—Deacons, Stewart Moore, i£• G. Jaekwo, G. W. Jones.- Reporter IcnrChdSiMin Recorder. Rev. R.Cnight Cor Southern Recorder, Rev. A. J. Cftreyj Reporter for Voiee of Missions, Bev.B. C. Ransom City papers, Prof. Cha% J8. Smith. The following com mittee were appointed, also: Pnblio*Worship—Revs. Gaines, Bundy Mid p, to. Thompson. J* Finance Revs. Ransom. Carey, "fbotppeon, Daniel* and Graves, '•/v-" Dollar Money—Be vs. R. Holly, BooUi. Ranspm, ...

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. — 15 September 1899

*v«otwumttariiDA? ijkf **HSBSSH3taB«P*. A^ual Swsioij «S.tbb Yet Alive?" there win a general handshaking among the ministers of ^*h* congregation. Theconfereuce was ttwn organized and the following offi cers were elected:.' Secretary, Kav- J. D. Peterson: Re cording Secretary, L. J. Phillips Sta tistical Secretary, Rev. H. S Graves Marshall*—Deacons, Stewart Moore, JS.XJ. Jackson, G. YV. Jones. Reporter lor Christen Recorder. Rev. R. Cnight for Southern Recorder, Rev. A. J. Carey Reporter for Voice of Missions, Bev. R. C. Ransom City papers, Prof. Chas. S. Smith. The following com mittee were appointed, also: Pnblic Worship—Bevs. Gaines, Bundy and H, II. Thompson. Finance Revs. Random. Carey, Thompson, Daniels and Graves. Dollar Money—Revs. B. Holly, th. Ransom, Reeves and Higgins. Children's Day and Church Extension Ravs. Malone, Wa. Williams and E. •oat. Home and Foreigfc Fields—Revs. \V. jS. Brooks, Boyd and D. W. Brown. Bible Cause—Revs. Gordon, P. P. /X^Tajrior and G. W. Jones ...

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. — 22 September 1899

|8|Sw ISfsp^ K«jf® ?T ?r vii til# ^t'^'^ John. L. Thompson of this office is on a tour through southern Iowa and northern Missouri. Miss Mary Montague entertained a -ngtmber of her friends last Thursday in honor of Mrs. Alma Bill and Miss Clara Whitfield of St. Joseph, Mo. ^,^"Mis8v "AHua Smith formally ffom Muchakinock, passed through the city Thursday to Marshalltown to her future home. Mr."and Mrs. Wm. C'oalson entertain ed Mrs. Hudlin, Mrs. C. F. Ru'ff, Misses Maud Williams, Carrie Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Young. Mrs. Geo Young left last Thursday for lndianalo where fhe will join her husband and from there they will attend the county fairs in Albia and Ottumwa. The H. B. S. Reading circle will meet with Mrs. Lizzie Palmer next Thurs day afternoon. All members are re quested to be present. Mrs. Harrison Gould returned home last Monday after an extended visit of several weeks in Iowa and Missouri with relatives and friends. Miss Nora McKee returned to her home at Van Meter Mond...

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. — 22 September 1899

rf/\ fc ,1 Ji !»u-, is PUBLISHED EVRItY FRIDAY BY THK BY fsTASDBB PUBMSIIIXO COMI'ANY, BH A*D I.OOUST STKEKT8, BOOMS 1 810 AXD 211 MA1MJUAKDT BI.OCK. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 899. OFFICIAL l'AI'KB OF THE AFKO-AMKRICAN IpBOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAiPKR OF THE MOS'F WOB8U1P* KUJk UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERIjttS OP SUUSCKXPTION. One year. Six mouths Three montbs if. JCITY NEWS Irs. William Callender is quite ier home on Cherry street. at Whitfield of St. Joseph, Mo. j' Miss Anna Smith formally from Muchakinock, passed through the city Thursday to Marshalltown to her future home. Mr.'and Mrs. Wm. Coalson entertain ed Mrs. Hudlin, Mrs. C. F. Ruff, Misses Maud Williams. Carrie Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Young. Mrs. Geo Young left last Thursday for lndianalo where fhe will join her husband and from there they will attend the county fairs in Albia and Ottumwa. The H. B. S. Reading circle will meet with Mrs. Lizzie Palmer next Thurs day afternoon. All members ar...

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. — 22 September 1899

$Y3 If. I' f** |jwa State Bystander# BYSTANDER MJB. Cd. ZWtfi ""'!:'f,'.:. '-^l.V .'"S"'V-. •MOIN FS '•,,^ .,J.^ IOWA. SPAIN WILL NOT PAY.SSI ,ifcv-'", tb. ITnltwl States to Pay the .' Cuban Dabt. NBW YOBK, Sept. 22.—A special to the Journal and Advertiser from Wash* ington says: The deeision of the Span* ish cabinet that the interest of the Cnban bonds must be paid by the Cu ban government is virtually an an* pouncement that Spain will pot pay the interest and that the bonds are valueless. Involved in this announce' ment is the condition that there may lie an attempt fo entangle congress in discussion of the responsibility of the United States government, for the interest during the American occupa tion of the island. The action of the Spanish cabinet was referred to the atate department, from which the fol lowing authoritative statement was ^.obtained: "The United States commissioners, at Paris, never at any time or in any degree agreed that the United States should become respons...

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. — 22 September 1899

(teW*-.' a I is Look at yourself! Is your face" covered with pin.pies? Your skin rough and blctch\ It's your liver! Ayer's Pills arc liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, and dyspepsia. 25c. _AH druggists. ivoui' inonsnii'iie or heard .1 beautiful 'or rlcli blarl:? Then uso 'S DYEfor or 3L ,«rweal tlie leaders of tlie progressive |t for which the midle west is i, Mr. John C. Hubinger, of Keo a., reigns without a peer. As jfacturcr, as an enterprising cap aud as a philanthropist liis fame iread over many states, and his have developed obscure towns into progressive, [y and wide-awalte cities. Mr. iiger, although but 47 years of in look back upon scores of corn victories, each one of which lias ited mankind, for his liberality is mntiful as his business sagacity i* clous. I He was born in New Or s, La., fliis parents being of Frenct German origin. When he was foul old,/his family removed to Ken in fcvhich state young Hubinger y. .. ved republic school education. Al before ...

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. — 22 September 1899

t:v 3*, •'Ml a v- -. oiw a State Bystander, WiS "Xt'tSfNES, Jg? ft 4 Baltimore has the largest Negro population of any city in the country. It is estimated to be a bout 125,000. The idea of an elevated railway was originated by colored man uamed Wm. Deater, of Albany. His idea was published in the Scientific American forty years ago. Mrs. B. K. Bruce widow of the Jate U. S. Senator Bruce of Mis sissippi, has accepted the position of lady principal of Tuskegee Nor mal and Industrial Institute, at Tuskegee Alabama, and she be gan her duties September 12th. Allen Temple, the wealthiest J^egro Church in Cincinnati are negociating the sale of their pres ent location to the Pennsylvania Kail road Co. The building is a three-story stone structure form erly used by a Jewish Congrega tion,.. Prof. J". W. Hotfman, of the State Colored College of South Carolina,has been invited by the French Society of Agriculture to deliver an address before them during the Paris Exposition "up on the negro a...

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. — 29 September 1899

0- VOL. 6. SVBBY mPAT BT tU BX POBLunurft COMPACT, *AWD I»JCKr rriiK*T8, BOOMS ilO AH® Sl MABQUA«DT BLOCK. !nomi wo. W9, rimor THI IWOFIMACI* riv*. AMociATio* IOWA. :MKR: or THB MOT* muito r. A A. row*. TNBMt# OT B0B8OBIPTIOH.. jUtratwcrtpdon payable to advanoa. IJSS7 L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. SkM6PARb. *ANAQER. 4** &». JIJO .Ml isr draft, «e Tea few* SMB PaMlahtat Cwm as Math* wrftut ens' i***fa* pafsr Mly aad he eC tatereet ts pabli* "trsrtty la lk« asal at wtl MBlhH W* trill mui n]Mt«l Mluiirl|l MoonpaaM by postage swains LEADIP6 COLORED PAPEB. CITY NEWS ^V*j J. Pierce is sick thin week. & & day. be a lirg* crowd here ttend S«ni-Om-Sed. please patronize the rtite in the BystaBder. ill istakinv a course la Highland Park Collage aada» brief business day to KnoxvUle, Albia a and wife mad* a very pleasant call at the By. last Monday. To rent, two nicely fur to gentlemen. MBS. 1115 Park street. Banks.and 4|(P» 'Jones went hunting on Middle frlver laat Saturday, they were suc...

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. — 29 September 1899

3kr*m ^V-V "'\wwm sv* •'«M$ gSRE® Si ""W»^ w^fW Georgia BUokbarttoT Oskalobea "•"Hfesassss of thia week Alt*oar**, *tfcM$lifrfcV. massss Mi Utor WM erepeatalewlNwrelaourcty oa Frl day. fH *& 4 «r Mm*.* K* formallynf& «ae wae also in oar altyaodartdnawd Ifc* people iIm Mr. ym*w0m*ukk. vWttwiiwoor 'town were? ilrt W^iofOiftllotaii, ||n. Oweos *H)ttUt»wa, Jlr. Omleyof Lucas Mr. a*d Mn. Tigy^f Bnritoftoa, Hn. Sfaet tea of Cfcaritoa«ad nuy others, •, Tte Odd FvUawt and Rath tyeode&d a TCWfrtinta to Mr. and Mn. Tiggson Sun day after ooo«et the homo of Mn. U. & rSFSiu^^ Died at UM home or her parents Mr: "|Md Mr*. Omp Hollingworth their VexttotbeoMest daughter Miu Ma 'fl»|lingwortkoa Saixiay evening at il:Oo o'clock, obltdary next weak. Bdlfcr of Up Bystander/ Dear Sir 1 tm4k» frtkia in joar paper from .a Mr. ^owardln regard to Wtof fbr Preeldeot McKinley. If jtalirWgiWme apae^ will try and answ«rtbe gentlemen.' He ys he is surprised at ao many oolored men who an atnsHur tb...

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. — 29 September 1899

PS M&:: °77 h: *1 •T-. & sf 1M I, -. rtz .. Jf *?"V **4r.M is 1 lV 1? 4 aw ,/ rM vrftf *v -. 5.1'- -t, V, M+ ihw .3:As.-/''.' 16 «vr, W®1 iS i, ifA Tf "i il A lf 7 ifjj •t 1 BUGKIJpAM'S DtEISC^tSr. tijujlfc tt.rarrto w*. Tiaiifct ^rffirj.'v.Wh AJa|i^|, cSTl,, %tm aplabeompoBsd '"if divorced men. They have founi auurrlag« a ifti!ure and: luveunited for fond»lenca.y ll^Tha improvements tbat are being made .the Baltimore and Ohio tontb Western railroad between Park* ttfinri and K&st 8t Louis ire being fvwhed rapidly to compietion. Set-. tnteen thousand tons of 85.: pound •tee) rails hav«i been placed In the track, andthere are stlll 26,000 tons to •ome, deliver/ being delayed on ac count of rush of order! lit the mills.' The company has also gut.in 126'miles •t gravel ballast sod expects to get •at 260 miles more during the season, and 7t is hoped by Fall that the track rill rank" as the best in the west A great tpany, grade, reductions and changes in line are also, being m...

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. — 29 September 1899

-.Hi •i "*•*•18^0 fottan's jBpes &tbeMlL *.£. eveaiagSept. lolageoeralnieb ilteture was 0#| seriicasat Utalr idoringthis ooolecueoe irw tssicbana. .aburebof Evaastoa, |iL sooafeieooe, bHidii bring a the stat• Kormal it Xg^gr, •oddlito Yale he baa be** aa:«alr- bis lite aod i| litentara ^aUp|^ litb »toh, Hebre^OrnejtiS* tiirfMBwnU dUjoraot ftfifamndt** Vfiim^ gtntldnan .iwtiw tK^tfca. Jog basntadehlm praMMhwdto iu the Janimi? aauttar df- tigs Beview wiUiilwiiiwliii SSiiPPt»" literary uaHl .to having prlio graduate* ^toluol .of ilhe firel AtiffaJaiwIw tin the niaaftvitN^^M^i Cany an4Ka*0*.pseton r» lively uf QmnnCfcapJ*ad Bsthri sgoaradoiag «f» «MU«M voifc io Bleb. •TUInHU&^jtajgt Cfcaarfekand tee wiili •••Hljaijit batlMarteae id sad aspfnM|rtii.iM^hfgfcr willkevp lie flag «f Afcien«'-" »£&S3&£Sm*a tkm »IMS wiWaitalaii' MtifalWop portooiij 10 sea, iwlUhg of the Old •Woild and ^lriw *^«taeti#fcvatt theiMfetvee^i:liti||f«i|y|fcu. lriei tke (jfeiMfaiB KsiiiWii»jal» will f...

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. — 13 October 1899

"7^ it! I^PPPjS S'MSI&ii! & mVf Jil ••r'' .. Jb? i, 1®^ JVd, ft r. "f®1^ Tft—fi'fi'K VOL. 6. 'M'f i...: PUBLISHED KVKBY FRIDAY BT TH* HT STANDHB PUBLIBHING COMPANY, flfyn AKD LOCUST STBRBTS, BOOMS 810 AND 211 MABQUAHDX BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOHB Na MbnV by poetofll— srl», 89°* OmOUl PAPBB OF THE AFKO-AMKBICAN HtOTBCTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. QfyifflAT. PAPBB OF THB MOST WOB8HIP- FUI UHITBD 8BAHD LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. 4 M. •MUMS OV BUBS01 OPTION. .' raar., months. AH subscription p*y»Me'inadvanoe. ..•1.90 .... 76 ...50 L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. monsf stdsr, npif «rtoft,t»IMl»fil«Mi •Aiinu 7 iblfshifeg Company C—munf tlons mast be writtw ea mm iMto *f ths per oalr nd be at lateral te Ik* poUl/ "Brevity Is the ami wit," tenem We Mt return n]nMmanuscript jtaipulid by postage stamps. /1K1DI1G COLORED PIPER. ITY NEWS Latest Styles, MASON'S. BAY & HARKIN&, 1007 Center St. is the best place to bay coal. Mr. Richard Winsor, has been on the sick list this week. Mrs. E...

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. — 13 October 1899

1"~"" ,y. & Mi IOWA. OTIVUE Mm 0«t StetMMBt ilMIIMl i4fat M.—The following1 tlife State department: has received a large Btitiona signed by many itinction requesting him mediation of the united Mttle the dilferences.between and the Transvaal. He other petitions on the Ifimen, some desiring him to 'jHnfftmbh cause with Great Britain 't§M: wrongs alleged to have by outlanders, especially citizens in the Transvaal him to assist the Boers aggression. (•.understood that the president tiiink it expedient to take any of these directions. As sides with either party to te, it is not to be thought of. ion, the president has re tB| intimation from either of interested that the me of the United States would be -v ud in the absence of such !fi|tli^tionfrom,both parties, there is ||ioUun^ in the rules of international justify an offerof mediation Present' elreamiriiMiecs. It 'is «. that the president sincerely and desires that hostilities may ||p»«voided but if unfortunately the Jhonld come t...

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