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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

„_ _. yourself! Is yo ered*"T!.S) pimples? Your skin jh and blotchy? It's your liver! tr's Pills are liver pills. They constipation, biliousness, ana dyspepsia. 25c. All druggists. Towton in 1461. !i.#I 'J" rf" W,. & S.Vi A beautiful (Want your moustache orown or rich hlack? 1 J»O BUCKINGHAM'S DYE%!&. DEWEY IN AN EMERGENCY. now Ha Clrcamvanted a Desertion Con spiracy After the Civil War. One striking characteristic of the Admiral is the readiness with which he meets every emergency, says Leslie's Weekly. He Is resourceful as well as prompt in action. An illustration of this occurred during a cruise which Dewey took after the civil war, In the Mediterranean, on the old ship Canan dalgua. The war fever had died out, and men frequently deserted. On men* of-war, boats cannot be lowered with out an order, except In case of a man overboard. Several malcontents in the crew one night, £hereforef raised the "man overboard'1 tfy, iofrfcfSu a 1oSt «id scuttled off into the darkness. aw...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

'n. MADISON W« Have faadoontinow r*Jn for forty «lfbt hours p,l5Mr«. L. Jones has returned to the cij with her grand father Mr. Hattton to •ve. IS. UolOMS of tap k'|f ft Witfc' Ilia tootlier •penI Sunday .vr^. Thera was .large crowd at the Baptist ifcotah Sunday and the ohoir rendered '"?Syb5#««B excellent mosio. **«DeMonO. H.Yeiserisable to be out ^3'4 •*ac*8on b&s returned home |f aft«r pleasant visit In Quiney. g|lln. L. Davis has been quite sick but im better at this writing. Mrs. Re*. Gee. Chambers was not able to attend service last Sunday. W« learn that Mr. Thomas Smith and Miss folly Dandridge are fixing matters •p again. Tfcnredey was Wm. Carter's birthday and he reoeired quite a number of presents Wm. Stewart is back from JTopeka, ,j:Kan. where be hsd a very pleasant time. llpMrs. Bell Higginbotham was unable to attend church last Sunday. Sverybody should subscribe for the Byttander for it is the best papej in the State. A A '4 1 CEDAR RAPIDS BUDGETARIAN. fiager hearts...

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 November 1899

yaurl' eyes? your li e. ,411s. 1 adache, dys mplainto. 4 *nt flour mo urn or tlch I fCKING[ iw sweet is en.. The Soutl illding 1.20 lard box cs ments. dry Co ef rfgern, cars fric OBIP deeds fterw am your rs necessa engine it takes Frp'"i /ough 3outh Nevad Iianks ch treaf seia fror fed from yeareT 1 years 18i urlingt as c» ,lv tK 1 for I Cam thli the and Ohio fal* orders 1! to meet th' ^IpK^-VOL, 6. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THK BT STANDBR PUBUSHINO COMPANY rinH amd ixxnjsr 310 Eleventh street.' btrkkts, booms AMD 211 MARQITARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOHK N0" ••ad aoaij bjr poatoffloe nfo, •rder, express or draft, Tn bvi ftti Inunu Publishing Comptajr OMtmnalomtlon* mnit bt wrlttaa «Me thepapw only amd be of interest to Ike public. "Bnrltjlitki soul of wll," itmimbw. Wa will not retura rojeetod manuaorlpt laliai accompanied by poatafo atompo. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS RAY & HARKINS, 1007 Center St. is the best placc to buy coal. J. L. Thompson has been invited to address th...

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 November 1899

*J vA^v. .... JM»*I» Ibel* lit, H4 IW *«W ,.Ks|BMfc«* ', I by Wising through -, its aucceee \*s fre»* world ulHtet inthemedic&l ?,#*• appeared whioh tsrful medicine for aach, liver •Wv (dtedMiw are mot ,-M common -'t Catch the ft in a Net Wt Cwv catarrA iy bad r* eonxiitatiaiml i*rtTfj Hoof,1 SvMpniOft £e |«MsttMUoruf Mmecfct. A Hood the tnparUy dhfitf, «nrf rtt6U» what' lovot and the 1 towns are my teachers, 1laadacapes.—Socrates. I»Y O N E OURS Toarlat HMp lascara. reat Western to K«n Santa Fa Route to Southern California, route avoiding cdld blockades. Com- Oct."23d. and on allowing, one of these tourist Sleeping Cars tones (en roiate from rein) at 8:45 p. m. via it Western, for Los Dtrthern California via ind reaching 1m An owing Friday/ morning, all Sunday travel/These lonally conducted by an ^ilway official, who ac train to its destination, (well equipped for a long re as comfortable as the epers, while the price is a double berth (or 95.50 south of Waterloo), less he pric...

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 November 1899

••Jt is Soes your head ache? Pain back of Kur eyes? Bad taste in vourmouth •-i- your liver! Ayers Pills are A xilla. They cure constipation, .dache, dyspepsia, and all liver iplaint3. 25c. AH druggists. rant jaur nwuitachs or beurd a beautiful im or rich black 1 Then i»e I CKINGHAM'S DYE {?&*!&• I sweet is the prattle of little Bn. Cm for tha Baltlmor* Ohio Railroad. |thln\the past 30 days th« Balti and Ohio Rail Road has placed j^al' orders for new freight equip to meet the .excessive demand for The South Baltimore Car Worlcs gliding 1.200 Baltimore and Ohio |ard box cars with all modern lm pments. The American Car and Iry Company has an order for efrfeerator cars and 10 improved cars have al'so been ordered. lie friendship should be 1 possession. H. Heafford, General Pass, and et Agent, Chicago. 111. tanks chiefly to the use of the im treatment, the mortality in eia from diphtheria has been re id from a rate of 15.5 per 10,000 in years' 1885-1894, to 7.6 and 7.2 in years 1...

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 November 1899

papi»f «§mri li.1 Sr. vn lata! rA eBystander, iivstan»kk run. UBS MOItfBH, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. RAC^ ECHOE& Joseph H. Douglass, the color ed violinist and owner oft lie $2000 Amati violin, a grandson of Fred erick Douglass is to spend five yean more in musical, study in A tobacco factory in Richmond, |Va., foiling to secure a sufficient number of white girls to carry on ita works,,opened a branch house and. trained colored girls. It has now anbstitnted colored girls en tirely and.has about 100employed. Hobaon City Ala. which has 400 colored people, ie abou to be incorporated into a town without a white man in Its borders. It is claimed that it is the' only place of thie kind in America, which is a mistake. Lincolton, near South Carolina, named after the presi dent that lies so close to the heart of every colored man, was incor porated many years ago. It is much larger than Hnbson City, and haa about 3,000 inhabitants. Princeton, near Tabor N. C., is another that is exclusively o...

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. — 17 November 1899

If L^ v* PUBLISHED '&-• 'V v, 1 EVEBY FRIDAY BY THE BT- 8TANDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, nlTH AND LOCUST STBEETS, BOOMS 310 AND 211 MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE N0 899. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF THE aoav kj posfeofflc* svlbr, •rdir, Hprm «r draft, Taa hfi ItiV Itniisn PiUlahlif Company Ouunaaioation* most be written All members of the P. L. l)'s are re quested to meet next Monday evening. Business of importance. A. Pierson, President. Mrs. C. H. Richardson of Clive is -very sick this week, her daughter Miss Zoe has gone home to stay awhile. Mrs. Joseph Hamilton of Ottumwa wss in our city to attend the funeral of her little grand-daughter, the baby •daughter of Mr. H. S, Clay. Mr. Wm. Patton, one of the Savery House employees, was united in mar riage last Tuesday evening to Miss An nie West, both of this city. Mr. Young, the advance agent of Miss Vinton Day is who will be here next week, passed through our city last Saturday en route to Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coalson entertain ed Messrs. Jo...

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. — 17 November 1899

fKS* "W ?v 2M%* i' l» iki V5"- W '•Ai OV? fcv- I j» £T. I* fh &* W-' r^v-'. 'i "„:!-i.a uiuinjjB* Mjilll iwttt* IM M, «ftlo»We twmtjrw •(•n 1B •"piiwd MVN Victims of tea toommiMv an mand the Ufe and variety «f Health, W instead of doing tjjiatnraUy by ibuilding1 up their system they neort to Stomach Bitten. It tonea up the nerves, regelates the bowels and cures dyspepsia. Happy he who happiness holds on to. r'4The Beit is $"• *'*P£ Cheapest. We team this frcm experience tn^every tepartmud of Ufe. Good dothes ere most ^aervkeabte and war the longest. Good food .gives the be# noHment. Good medkbe, 'Hootfs SarsapartU, the beet end cheapest, became it ernes, absohdefy tifrKES. ^4* Baron Alderson Once remarked to an .advocate who waa' noted for the per ie questions he a^- Jetuy, you Keem to think the art of croes-examina lion is to examine crossly." Dr. Emily Blackwell, one of the pio t#ers of her sex in medicine, heard a young physician deliver a fierce dia tribe against opening the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 November 1899

p0l! I&IQ •IV: m- SB? ^y^.-jirar '•,.:"1".: ''^'V TJ 'U ,- Truth! -i- There's nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. There's nothing so good for a cough as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. The 25 cent size is just right for an ordinary, everyday cold. The concent size is better for the cough of bronchitis, croup, grip, and hoarseness. The dollar size is the best for chronic coughs, as in consumption, chronic bron chitis, asthma, etc. BARTERS INK used by millions, sure proof of its quality. FREE GOVERNMENT LANDS... There are still thousands of acres of gov- can be bought for $3.00 per acre and there •re no cyclones, bliizardh, ions winters or real hot summers, no failure of crops, but always good markets. If you wish to raise Brain, principally, or fruit, or the finest stock ou earth, you can And locations in these two states where you can do this to perfection. 1 you are looking for employment and wish to secure steady work at good wages, I can help you to do this. I have no land for sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 17 November 1899

towa State TB 1 PES MOINES, 7 1 7c y' IOWA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER V- 17. RACE ECHOES. Joseph 8. Cotter the colored poet of Louisville Ky, has usued hibbook "Links of Friendsship." II The Boward machine shops, Bradford N. Y. has a Negro fore man. The workmen areaU white, tV 7 *4» The colored people Iadianapolis, Ind., are dcfloicilcd in six public school buildings,-isnd have 43 col ored teachers, including one teacher in Germany.' One of the chief attractions at the Ft. Smith Arleansas, street fair, Oct., 16—21 was the Negro exhibit. Mr. W. E. Joslienber- fPrr the colored mail carrier, sup erintended the exhibit which was made in fourteen departments. It has been detintely decided to provide for a Negro exhibit at the Paris Exposition. Mr. Thomas Calloway, of the War Depatment has been appointed to take direct charge of the colored department. Mrs. W. A. Hunton the wife of Rev. W. A. Hunton of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a school at that place and will, teach business methods, bookkeeping, s...

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. — 17 November 1899

It V-' -J- La-* Wit. V'5 Iowa State' MY BWT*KW5R r^O**' vfnF.S MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. I ACE EC O ES. k"m .. oseph S.,OoWer the colored poet of Louisville Ky., has usued h& book "Links of Friendsship." The Bo ward mactiine shops, Bradford N. Y, has a Negro fore vinan. The workmen are aU white, *Y The colored people Iadianapolis, :Ind., are &cfti!iciled in six public school buildings, -and have 43 col j^red tfeacbers, including one teacher in Qernaany.||^| K'?v, p? One of the chief attractions at the Ft. Smith Arkansas, street fair, Oct., 16—21 was the Negro exhibit. Mr. W. £. Joshenber gerT the colored mail carrier, sup erintended the exhibit which was made in fourteen departments. i0 It has been defintely decided to provide for a Negro exhibit at the Paris Exposition. Mr. Thomas Galloway, of the War Depatment has been appointed to take direct charge of the colored department. Mrs W. A. Huuton the wife of Rev. W. A. Hunton of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a school at t...

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 November 1899

j? j--"11 +*yti *$ 1*1% ii„»v•" 1 tfvfl1 -ss, VOL, 6. PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY BY TUB BY 8TAMDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, f(RB AKD LOCD6T STREETS, BOOMS 210 AND 211 MARQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE Opt Six months Tbrae months Ka 899, OFFICIAL FAPEB OF THE AFKO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL FAPEB OF THE MOST WOBSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. mo*wf irdtr, iipw or draft, to Tu IOWAhin VTHAXDBB PnbtUbi Company Communication* mut bo written ea OM ii4o of the fap«r only and bo of iatonot to Ikopnblio. "Brevity the tool of wit," remember. We will not return rejected uuunuaorlpt «aleu aocompanlad by pootogo ecampe. COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Little Ada Cleggett is quite sick this week. Dr. Lawther was week on business. Knoxville Get your winter coal at street. Iowa 'Phone 255. Center What beautiful weather we are in Iowa this fall. Mrs. Qeo, 1. Holt who has bsen quite sicli the past few days is better., Miss Maple Morton has been 111 thi...

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 November 1899

k'^-' &V I® ,"• *. .-.v-..':. '.i.i..v:.- VOL, 6. POTLIBHED EVEBY FIUDAT BY TUB BY BTAHDB8 PUBLISHING COMPANY, fIVTH ASI LOCUST STREETS, BOOMS 310 AND 311 MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 899. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WOBSHIP FUL UNITED GBAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TBBM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 Qw year.- 78 Sixmontta.. 60 jufSbscripUon payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. #, J.H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. r- 1 r" t« toad money by poatofSo* wto, momwf •rd«r, expr«M or draft, to T*« IOWA IMK iTmnn Pibllihllii Conpuy Communication* mut bo written an OM 1U0 of the ?ap«r only and bo of latwwt to the pnblio. "Brevity 1* the eonl of wit," remember. Wo will not return rejected manuacrlpt ulwi aooompanled by pootago wampa. IOWA'S 1EIDI10 COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Little Ada Cleggett is quite sick this week. Dr. Lawther was in Knoxville last week on business. Get your winter coal at 1007 Center street. Iowa 'Phon...

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 November 1899

rvVH# ag$ :LF iw is W I A jr-f 'vi W LV HI Aft •te rn HI' 4 j° fip bwm^r* in A'k rcn. DBS MOINKS, ar JSP"" CO. IOWA. ItoMfc #«SrHms at Natal Bela* oimu jfp®- -Bjr Votes*. IXJHDOW, Nov. SS4.—The fact that the fresh portions of Natal are being ovar run daily by th« Boers is producing exasperation, in that colony and in 's tense humiliation in Great Britain, ^where the idea of a possible extensive invasion of British soil was contin uously denpunced in early stages of the war. *In the meanwhile from the dispatches which are arriving from the fron\ it is difficult to form an opinion of the true situation. The Boer invaders are occasioning constant surprise. They have already cut off two posts of Ladysmith'a relieving force from Jtheir base of supplies and with great rapidity are advancing on Peitermaritzburg with howitzer and other artillery. General Clery's sit uation it would appear must be becom ing intolerable. The fighting may be expected at any time, as it is pointed out the gener...

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 November 1899

*?v & jgj Hiif 4 is*! anvAinminw, "DBS MOINE8, M^IES IOWA BBITISH nAflrtutn. WtMh. PwtteM «t K»tai «U| o».m« XIOMIWN, NOT. M.—The fact that the fresh portions ofNatal are being oyer Iprun daily by the Boers is producing ?N^exasperatlon».iii that colony and in* I# tense humiliation in Great Britain, ^n?here the idea of a possible extensive invasion of British soil was eontin uously denounced in early stages of the war. 'In the meanwhile from the dispatches which are arriving from the front it is difficult to form an opinion of the true situation. The Boer invaders are occasioning constant surprise. They have already out off two posts of Ladysmith's relieving force from .their base of supplies and with great rapidity are advancing on Peitermaritzburg with howitzer and other artillery. General Clery's sit uation it would appear must be becom ing intolerable. The fighting may be expected at any time, as it is pointed out the general must clear his line of communication in order-to c...

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. — 24 November 1899

%0$m r*«\ •'SSI f. lii Ml •A CORONER'S QUEER CASK. '^0V 'AlM t* B«14 faqsMt Petri* flod Kan. A recent dispatch from River Falls, Wis., aaya Coroner Allison, of that place, has been placed In a peculiar position by a traveling showman, as •a effort is being made by many of the residents to force him to impanel a jury and hold an Inquest upon a petri fied human body now being exhiElted there. Several days ago Henry Samp son came here, and after renting a small hall placed on exhibition what be claims as a petrified body. Sur geons who have examined the curios* ity declare that It is what the show man claims. The body was found near Marinette three years ago, and until recently had been on exhibition in the cast. It is that of the body of a well developed man of middle age. He had evidently been killed by Indians and scalped. In the breast are two wounds, either one of which would have been fatal. One of these has the appear ance of having been made by a bullet, while the other looks a...

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. — 24 November 1899

||t R? •v Y.I Iitid to Bald aa Inqaeat oa a Petri* Bod Naa. A recentdispatch from River Falls, says Coroner Allison, of that place, has been placed In a peculiar position by a traveling showman, as aa effort Is being made by many of the residents to force him to Impanel a $%%' Jury and hold an Inquest upon a petrl fled human body now being exhlElted there. Several days ago Henry Samp son came here, and after renting a JU small hall placed on exhibition what A Sur- he claims as a petrified body. geons who have examined the Ity declare that It is what the show man claims. The body was found near I Marinette three years ago, and until 1 recently had been on exhibition in the east. It Is that of the body of a well developed man of middle age. He had evidently been killed by Indians and •calped. In the breast are two wounds, 'either one of which would have been fatal. One of these lias the appear ance of having been made by a bullet, while the other looks as if it were made with a knife....

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. — 24 November 1899

•g&/. II JWS l-Sr i.j. JH' a popuia' two to' whole W.WR HT BTRTAHOKR Mm. CO. BBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER t*. RACE ECHOES. Joseph 8. Cotter the colored poet of Louisville Ky., has issued his book "Links of Friendssbip," The Boward machine shops, Bradford N. T. has a Nogro fore man. The workmen are all white, The colored people Iadianapolis, Ind., are domiciled in six public school buildings, and have43 col ored teachers, -including one teacher in Germany. V-: One of the chief attractions at the Ft. Smith Arkansas, street fair, Oct., 16—21 was the Negro exhibit. Mr. W. E. Joshenber gOr, the colored mail carrier, sup erintended the exhibit which was made in fourteen departments. It has been detintely decided to provide for Oberton is a village in the Choc taw Nation, Indian Territory, of about 500 inhabitants, all of whom are Negroes. The postmaster is a Negro, the notary public is a Ne gro and there is a Negro mar shal. The town has not yet been incorporated, likely will be...

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. — 1 December 1899

"H %S\ A 210 imsim AND 211 Vl *rtfcf mw?-. VOL. 6. PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY BY THE BY- STANDEO PUBLISHING COMPANY, IUPTH AND LOCUST STREETS, BOOMS MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE N0- 899j OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL PAPER OF TnE MOST WOBSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. ,.. •'•S® Six months Three months :••••,• A1I subscription payable in advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR, J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. MM I II |g|., II .jM Brad money by poatofflo* er4*r, mouwj irdw, txprtii or draft, to TII IOWA Irin •TITANDBB Publishing Company Communication! mnat b« wrlttan on OM lid* of tb* paper only and b« of Interest to Ike publio. "Brevity la tbo aoul of wit," remember, Wa will not raturn rejected manuscript ula«* accompanied by postage ataiuDa IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Miss Mable Morton, is convalescent. Son? services next Sunday at the A. M. E. church. Get your winter coal at 1007 Center ...

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. — 1 December 1899

7sun, c' I State Bystander. DVST ANDKK MI& CO. _T/ 3ft IFCFEA MOINLS, (&«• ftfci $. IOWA. TERRIBLE BATTLE. & is Said to Be the Bloodiest of the' Century. LONDON, NOV. 30.~The war office has the following from Buller: "CAPETOWN, NOT. 80.—Gen. Methuen ^reports as follows: Reconnoitered at ^?8 this morning the enemy's position Qn -Modder river and found them strongly intrenched and concealed There were j-ao means of outflanking, -the river be lling full. Action was commenced with artillery, mounted infantry and cavalry at 5:30. The guard on the right and jSifr. Ninth brigade on the left attacked their position in a widely extended formation at 6:30 and supported by artillery, found itself in front of the whole Boer force, eight thousand strong-, with two large guns, four Krupps, etc. The naval brigade ren dered great assistance from the rail way. "After desperate, hard fighting, which lasted ten hours, ouir men,, with out food or water, and in a burning made the enemy quit ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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