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

'Wi ^«P$: •Wfets cm STii""'f" Ms innet tandl t/se Dr. J. FaY' C. J-N1 _.Jnety per cent of the Ills of humanity re caused by lazy livers, chronic constl atlen and their consequences, Impure leod and a poisoning of the whole sys m. What's the use of stumbling along roadway, sick and weary, when you JSTSJ I quickly ride to health—by taking Cas Arets. Buy and try Cascarets Candy athartic to-day. You will find that It's hat they do, not what we say they'll h, that will please you. Sold by drug Ssta generally, 16c, 25c or 60c per box, ,'r by moll for price. Send for booklet Ind free sample. Address, Sterling ltem dy C*., Chicago Montreal, Can. New W4i,iP' 'I bive used Ayer's Hiir Vigcf for a great many years rigcx ad it »na IT HAS been very satisfactory to me JI every way. I have* recommended it to a great many of my friends and tliey have all jbeen perfectly satisfied with it." •fp- Mrs. A. Edwards, San Fran cisco, Cat., Feb. 9,1899. Talk About It That's always the way with Hair Vigor. W...

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. — 1 December 1899

if* v*/ Y..V ,* 7 £S^4&$* Hunk 1 gM gM $ US'* Jj v'fti V* ut J»VSTvi F»M Plfn. co. DES MOINKSr S' IOWA. FRIDAY,! DECEMBER 1. RAGE ECHOES. Colored men of Weia City, Kan., are operating a grocery store. John M. Wright of Topeka Kan., bas been relScted county clerk of Shawnee county. v'.Vv'i Baltimore is said to contan the largest Negro population of any city in the world-. The coming census in expected to show at least 125,000. Lieutenant Maeeo, a son of the famous Cuban martyr, General Antonio Maceo* was refused ad miaaion to a public dining room in a Spokane Washington hotel recently. ," The courts of .New York have decided that Negro children have a right to attend the regular pub lie schools. One more disgrace to American civilization has been torn down. Those Texas hoodlums who bra ced themselves up against the 9th Cavalry found themselves up sgoinst the real thing and broke away in bad order. Professor Scarborough, ofWil berforce University, was last week elected a member of...

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. — 8 December 1899

Si ge dinne vstan russe® 11 rli True avw VOL. 6. PUBLISHED EVEBY FKIDAY BY THE BY STANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, nrrH AND LOCUST STREETS, ROOMS 210 AND 311 MAKQUAKDT BLOCK. 9WA. 'PHONK NO- A. 889, JF^JOIAL PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN ij^ftoTECTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. 'WFl6lAL PAPER OF THE MOS'F WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, F. & A. M. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. .11.50 One year. Six months T^'^lfsutecription payible in advance. J. I. THOMPSON, EDITOR. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. land money by postotBoe «r4«r, momtf far, «xpr«H or draft, to TSB IOWA liiii ITITANDBB Publishing Company Communication* mnit bo written W OM aldo of tho paper only and bo of interest to Ifco publio. "Brevity i« tbo soul of wit," •onomber. •. Wm will not rotnra rejected manuaoript «leu aocompanlsd by pottag* tiampa. OVA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS RA.Y & HARKINS, 1007 Center St. is the best place to buy coal. Subscribe for ihe Bystander while it only 51.00 per year. Mis° £oe Richardson returned fro...

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 December 1899

'i afi*fe?.'JtK' r^ 37^ S 1 -r 'V-1 :f /W»*. -9 3 & Iowa $a Bystander. IDES kmAKDK» pen. CO. MOJNES, te IOWA. THE NEWS IN IOWA SEBIOC8 CHABOBI ALTGOED. Indictment of W. A. Elliott Create* a ii 8«nwtlon In Iowa. S FORT DOIGE, Dee. 6.—The Indict ment of \V. A. Elliott, superintendent of the poor farm of Pocahontas County, by the grand jury for alleged cruelty .and malfeasance of duty, has created a sensation. The evidence before the grand jury, it is claimed, revealed shocking abuses in the treatment of the inmates of the poorfarm and the insane ward, especially the weak^mind ed women. Some time ago Pocahontas county removed its insane patients from the care of the state at the Inde pendence hospital and tried the exper iment of keeping them as a local charge. The recent report of the state board of control revealed multiplied cases of cruelty and recommended that .... the legislature enact measures making the maintenance of insane at state asylums mandatory. A SAD TRAGEDY AT BIOV...

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 December 1899

1 atol dinne vstan TrusRe* an OB0 illnst ppA Keep My Hair Soft 1 have used your Hair Vigor for five years and am greatly pleased "with. it. It cer tainly restores tlie original color to gray bur. It keeps my hair soft and smootti. It quickly cured me of some kind of humor of the scalp. My mother used your Hair Vigor for some twenty years and liked it very much.' —Mrs. Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me., Jan. 4, '99. Used Twenty Years We do not know of any other hair preparation that has been ^'used in one family for twenty years, do you? But Ayer's Hair Vigor has ien restoring color to pray hair for £fty years, and it never fails to do this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling out, for keeping your scalp dean and healthy, and for mak ing the hair grow rich and long. Sl.tt a bottle. All dr«Blsti. runrwtiw Write the Doctor It you do nc'. obtain all tho lwneflts yon desire from he uso of tho igor, write the Doctor /out it. Address, Dr. J. C. AYEB, Lowel...

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 December 1899

P%i! Hi .. i'--*- It* Iowa Stats _uiir PES MOINKR, Pv' 5EARLY 54,000. ,?V 1.ieturns on Wright fcfe. Scattering Total thl» vte They wln not and A'lair Aottns ....... Allamakee .... Appanoose Audubon .. Benton ........ Black Hawk... Boone .. Bremer Buchanan .... Buena Vista .. Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo .. Cherokee Chickasaw Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Payette Floyd Franklin Fremont Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock frm Hardin .. Harrison \L\ genry^ ioward Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson |-5asper Jefferson fa Johnson Jones Keokuk Kossuth Lee.......... ... a Linn ...... g. fcoulsa ........ ... IF/ to* VVK CO. fr FBIDAY, HBOijiiBBE s. 1 *A are for- the secretary of state, seaJed and addressed to the speaker of the be opened till the legislature meets In Joint convention to make the canvass. Unofficial but accurate reports of the y® S? governor have been received Jor re5 ster' these the figures ha...

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 December 1899

5 I iTrsMes i\ v. f' J. ij- 1 (SPJfc-: ^v ww Onr (holiday number will be the largest and best Negro paper ever ^s^|pubUshed in this atate. yjc&i#vZ'CriJ WW&iz *•v &ka- VOL. 6. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY T11K BT STANDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, LUTH AND LOCUST STRBBTS, ROOMS 210 AND 211 MABJ\JABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE N0' •and money by portotflee order, wder, express er draft, to T» IOWA If •YITANDBB Publishing Company Communications mnit be written LEADING NOTICE To OUBI'AGENTS—Please send your items in for the holiday week not later than Tuesday December 19. Geo. Logan who has been vising his relatives in Savannah, Mo., during Iris vacation is expected to return home this week. Mrs G. W. Wells is expecting a young lady from Missouri to^spend the holidays with her. Mr- McClain's two little sons are door keepeis at the Younker's depart ment store during the holidays. Those who have local news for our next week's issue, please send them in Tuesday or Wednesday. Mr, W, H. Birney ha...

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 December 1899

1 1 1 1 J&sl •ft t- :s. '. I State BysSdg* ••'.11!!11 1 *rfwf»»ji i.l|.^V\aaiiHfflBaW «, MOINES, IOWA CONGRESS. ^WM»lipon,PW. 8.-TM IOA90 llimiwl asa?gs. 'i^,•^a.yg.'a^S the live minute ml®, UTtTiSfoL WlBflloBday the vote wtllbe take?* trsriSirgs'^'j'B? BS&E amendmenta to the rulea for tliecrc&Uooal a committee on Insular affair* to look after mjrnewpossewlona, toconalatof aeveateen affairs, and aome minor comaUtteea The amendment* were adopted. BBHATS. Waahlnrton, pec 11—An appeal br nr. Haaon of Illinois for an expression of aym Vatfcy for the Tranavaal republic tn Itawar «ltS Great Britain was the featan of t£5 senate 'proceedings today, it was the Brat formal address delivered In the senate thla attention, both by the members and bra Urge gallery of auditor*. The resolution waa referred to the committee on foreign relations. No business of luinortanee warn transac.ed by the *enate anaanearly ad journment was taken. nous* If. The feature of t&e opentnr day of the ...

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 December 1899

rtiK- 3S£®®£ CHAPTER la—(Coatian«d.) "Oh, dear, yea!" assented Falkland mdiljr. "it was the talk of London. Well, what have they discovered?" "Why, that a man who answers to the description of a susplclous-looklng person who disappeared from England In rather peculiar circumstances at the tlae of all those forgeries is supposed to have left New York on the steamer City of Chicago on the 12th of this •OBth -and, should this really be so, he ovght to have arrived in Liverpool at the beginning of the week. Just as yo« were speaking of this Brown of London It struck me "That he might be the forger him self? Ah, perhaps he is," exclaimed Rvelyn, with a gleam of amusement In her eyes. "Let us all keep a careful watch upon him, and do our best to fain the reward which souebody has offered for him." "Very we'.l, Miss Eve you may de pend upon me to help you in your in vestigations. My services are at your disposal whenever you may require them," was Falkland's reply but, though the words wer...

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 December 1899

JF'"I Is*'" -fr.V.'V '^51 Ji. 4f If !3^S?''Jlcl(^Wf5S p*l,Z axsMorarey, IOW4 FRIDAY. ^BCftkbBK 18. RACE ECHOES. ^. f0*?*1 Doogitt,. the talented violinist,'and grandson o( the late Frederick Douglas, has started tn a tour of the middle West and .-, V. r.iK^S/v'i The tsjociafatl press is respon sible for the announcement that Tom Johnsod a colored man, re turned to his home in Hannibal, Mo with $500,000 thick ha had made during his four years, stay in Klondike, An aesociatiau known as the Afro-American Cuban Emigration Society, under the manageuieut of Capt. John L. Waller, will estab lish headquarters in New York City about December lat. .. i, I E. H, Taylor, a colored lawyer, of St. Louis Mo has opened a drug store in that city. The store is in charge of W. C. F. Crews a competent druggist assisted by Mr. George Taylor. President and Mrs. McKinley tendered a reception to the Bis hops and Missionary committee of the Methodist Episcopal church, at the White House, Thursday, Nov., 16t...

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 December 1899

LWv K\' Ms dinnei stand •J a ^l^OT ^rn j^pc-v lUsfc t=2 a-8^- SsSv%~^iSa" sjji Gappala & Bellizza Co., KROGER]/ £TORE 7c3 W. Locust Sroet, 2d Door Will give a pound of the best Mocha and Java Coffee we have in the house free of charge to every purchaser when their ticket is all punched. 10 Packages Lyon Coffee 11 Lars White Laundry Soap... 1 lb. Battle Ax Tobacco 1 lb. Standard Navy 6 twists, Granger Twist 7 Speckled Trout Cigars 1 lb. Best Japan Tea Make the best Christmas presents —o— Then don't fail to have a nice 01)Pisfrr)as Fee. this year. They are cheap this year IOWA SEED CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. Miners of the Celebrated —PHONES 704. President pffM*yr ^r**- J^L 1 his time of year pork sausage is greatly in demand and we beg to call your attention to ours. We make all our sausage and it is We handle Spareribs, Backbones, Chitterlings, Feet, Gars, tails and all fresh pork cuts. BOS'i ON MARKET 320 Sixth Avenue. BOTH PHONES. .$1.00 91 211 WEST FOURTH ST., DES MOINESJ IOWA. Inc...

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 December 1899

Iowa State Bystander. BY8TANDKR p(W, DES MOINES, OQ| IOWA. *i Set a bad example and it will hatcb put mischief. J1 Narrow minds overlook a charitable act and search for the motive. ,i- Borne people are never so happy as »hen they tave bad news to tell. A fool may be able to answer ques tions that a wise man wouldn't ask. If General Joubert Is dead his soul Is certainly marching on with great auccess. When men have more money than (hey need they think they need more than they have. All a man has to do to obtain so -called social success is to put a fair lvalue on himself and live up to it A competitor to the Illinois State 'Pawners' society is in the field, and there will soon be two of these low jprlced loan associations in active oper ation in Chicago. Competition is. in •this case at least, the surest proof that the new idea is a success and has al ready achieved popularity among "gen teel borrowers." It has been discovered in St Paul Ithat electric ground connections, made 1»y at...

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 December 1899

MT« The Typewrite tistioiaa ha: utiou of tlie ty oymeiit to 50i, to state how i. nachs it has inr] entary occupat Jmach Hitters. Vr the strain bflnement. 4m$ i«°i & Those who lov/f *,,f fell, It's better than nothing. I feed for twenty dollars and ex _es last Christmar to play Alida jdgood In 'The Streets of New Oh, what an experience!" •efcome In here," quoth I, "and over a eopming bumper of chocolate or a stfl J£*3sail of tea, tell me all." Jmi as we lunched together she told vn this: /"They sent for me from a dramatic ency, said tho money was sure and .most any dresses would do. Alida is be daughter of a banker in the play, tut they said that in the town where ire were to perform on Christmas night they wouldn't know the difference. However, I fixed up three changes without spending a cent "We were all to meet the manager at the ferry in Jersey City. He didn't appear, out sent a message that he'd •ee us in the town. "We all paid our fares—I had forty tents left—and reached th...

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 December 1899

9^ ,.i ',. W O A N S O N S & »Pff Ul for the Bystander. Fr* CHRIST, Sej}£ tar Kattaerta* D.TU 2J» happy Christinas belie are rln*ti» *5® haavealy choir their anthems ahurfc,, *fce aweeteat word* of tongoe or vlor born In poverty, to the world true Ubert ilng the. Peace on the We sin wwra me liberty aon» angels sang then— earth, good will to ntenl The song the angels sang of peace. 2». ju!?!!'#'"'1 shall never cease. "T1U discord from our earth ahall a«T'' And men shall know goal harmony. T"L un hi8 •"".other's care shall feel And labor for his brother's weal. And men of every tongue and raee The truths of Chest's'greJt UteSLbrace. With heavenly hosts Him we adore. Who all our sins and sorrows bore. And upward still our songs ascenif—• Peace on the earth, good will to men! Another year filled with Its attendant £°Ka an* ara The Quinn Chapel, A. M. E. Church Cor. Twenty-fourth and Wabash Avenue. Chcsgo, 111 Bev, A. J. CABBT, D. D. CEDAR RAPIDS BUDGETAIUAN. Misses Emma Oliphant and...

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 December 1899

'i "'Ci t"stock. I "YV i. 1IA Not Kxelt le (aged 5)—Ourj fire. Is yours?JIK see Add elsewhere. BT. Isie (aged 4) —J anything top 3MB The Typtwrlt^ Statistician 800. intiou of the tyj \loy incut to 50U|UKB|CAS I to state how aachs it has entary occupaj fmacli lli Iters. ir the strai iflnement. IOWA WORSHIP IS OF 'hose who lrfriON. to pity thl appy. advance. EDITOR irto, aouy Tn low 4 Itiii jOmpaay ba written an on id ba of lntarMt to tba tool of wit," rejected manuscript poatag* rntmpa COLORED PAPER. ciNEVVS to you. be son the sick list. ickson. is quite sick this jhes is quite poorely this .•laud Watkins, of Albany Mo., cpend Xmis in our city. Mr. A. Birney who has been quite ick is improving now. Get your winter coal at 1007 Center street. Iowa 'Phone 255. Those who have New Year'sor Christ mas cards to print, give the Bystander a call. Miss Delia Richardson, who has been •K «ick for the ist few weeks is still quite sick at her home. Mrs. C.. left Thusday even ng for Ottumwa to spe...

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. — 22 December 1899

r*r w^**m A I ,v .-.t /Of Christmas SMgb Bells. If not these bells some other toelks may do better (b»t not »ny old belle, that will not till the bill. ..i Christmas Weelc, All week at the Grand Old Store. If any of "oldest inhab itants" do not feel "at home" else where, but eigh for the old fa mi liar h»tints ot other days, come to us and rest av hile, and we will certainly do all in our power to makejou comfortable until the daisies and the buttercups come again. If the same conditions of weath er prevail as did in the winters of 18J)1 92 when the Harris Emery CJp. made their debut iti Des Moine* we will be "at home" to you ou April 1st, 1900—when hearts are young even in what this sense calls old bodies. Hope revives and promit-es cheer, even amid the gloamings of this lite dream. Christmas Week- Frm Monday lor ward but lit tie bought will be given to any eubject, but the happy and joyous one ot making all hearts hwpp} and ihe older hearts young again. We know of no other- place ...

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. — 22 December 1899

P£, SSjSf ItO] H'-wi' .W nsc sv«si- wrl he 1 U: »»*H{,!frtte Here is evidence: »Iif#.-*v4'. v, ./§.. I _•_ Not Kxclusive. le (aged 5)—Our family is awfully MTe. Is yours? Isie (aged 4) —No, indeed! We [i't anything to be ashamed of. Tlie Typewriter Invention. Statistician has proven that the Intion of the typewriter has given (loyment to 50i),000 people, but he to state how many cases of weak aachs it has induced. All people of entary occupation need tlostettc's Imach Hitters. It helps nature to |tr the strain which ensues from afinement. Chose who love always have no leis le to pity themselves, or to be uu- Fappy- MOM All except bad onesI There are hun dreds of cough medi cines which relieve coughs, all coughs, except bad ones! The medicine which has been curing the worst of bad coughs for 6oyears is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "My wife was troubled with deep-seated cough on her lungs for three years. One day I thought of how Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved the life of my sister after the...

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. — 22 December 1899

/1 I a 'i t: SV-JPl -k fc* $*• |owa State Bystander* nYUTANDKH PUB. (q. D*S XtOI^ES, IOWA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 81. RACE ECHOES. 4 Wm. S- LeVard, the black Mil lionaire is playing dates tbrough Npw York. Renix Bro's, Carolinian Univer sity Students are playiug to good business. W. A. Dixon, tenor, is scoring big hits nightly and making new friends on the coast. The transportation of the Fifty-1 first Iowa irom 'California home cost t&e state $31,097. Amos Gillard, trombone player, of Charleston S, C. ]uined the big I Minstrel Festival. Chas. H. Gaut, musical artist, with the Old Southern Life" com pany &ends regards to all triends. Oberton is a in village Choctaw I Nation, Indian Territory, of about 500 inhabitants, of whom are Ne groes. The postmaster is a Ne-| gro, the notary public is a Negro, and there is a Negro marsball. The town has not been incorporat-1 ed, likely will bo soon, at which time the entire set of officers will be Negroes. There is considera-I ble business en...

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 December 1899

/f 20th 'V t?.i -'ijt manac A iHt| bcaatifqf. jstntiona, aad a CMiplet* calej jr. It Here area f»w of the ((Ml mm wte bave vrittea for iti I Seeretary Wilion, on Agriculture yBen. Chuucqf M. Depew, on Politics /RmmH San on Finance tfrThomas Kdison, Electricity 10*7S Gw. Menitt, Land Warfare Adnl Hichbom, Naval Warfare •Al" Smith, Sports YOTwill enjoy reading it now, twill be a book of reference r«u throvgh the years toj Sirty-four pages, printed on imy £nish paper. If /oar news-deal#cannot sup ply yov wth it, cot oot this ad. ^^^jad send it with three one-cent and receive this elegant LEAD*. Aiitm •. Address *t Co., Lowell, Mastl Ne Miss Delia Richardson quite 6ick. Mrs. Elizabeth Jones of 1125 Crocker street is convalescent at this writing. Miss Zoe Richardson spent Thursday evening with her sick sister at CJIve. Mrs. Elex Gray has been quite sick flat Mrs. Wm, Callender on Cherry St, ,r Mr. md Mrs. C. B. Wocxjs entertain |w friends at dinner Christmas in Mr. and Mrs. lu. S Jones o...

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 December 1899

»W aS E skfe. ,, ,... onn", nm Jt* & IOWA. Iec. ^^Madison coun Mor hooM. ao- *»«y»lmilar toother institutions of 22 ¥^J^*Wted by 3**?™* control. Jodg. Kiuie !****»»*••iFfUwIenUtidfor •where the mm*t Insane persona aa other instltu- JSLTTPtbJr Whicb gf^t® Of the Wd, that 1* to not calculated at all foteifeb par £ee* The^oardhas been eonslder whether topubllsh ite nporti on aajrlBms of the state. they have visited. Some of the newspapers are located have asked for »l»rt. bnt the board has yet indicated whether it wiU rive wen oat. to probable that the subject which irtll erect* the principal interest and Itedt in the widest tange of discussion ,' o°ming session of the legislature ww he proposals to change the system of caring (or the insane of the state. TDtra three branches to the pres* •nfc system: Counties care for their insane either in asylums or in. poor houses private institutions care for insane and the state at its state hospi tela cares^ for and cures the insane. The boa...

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