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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 December 1899

20th not equal* rest manac Hot the ordinary Idad A fnudsome year-book Hied lNtji bcwtiful illustntioas, and a CMsptets calendar. It is sold oa all oews-mads for 5 cents, and tt'» worth £ve times tlut amount. It is a reliable chronology of tfce progress of tbe igth century and a prophecy of whit may be expected in the 20th. HmmiiWritkipNtHNvtoten witttea tor iti SMKHIT Wilson, on Agriculture Sea. Channcey M. Depew, on Politic* RasseH Bage, on Finance i«mas Edison, Electricity Gen. Merritt, Land Warfare AdtnL Hichbora, Naval Warfare "Al" Smith, Sporta Y«« will enjoyreading it now, and .it will be a book of reference f«r you through the years to come. Sixty-four pages, printed on ivory inish piper. If yoor news-deal®* cannot sup ply yos with it, cot oot this ao. and send it with three one-cent stamps and receive this elegant book free. Address J.G Ayer Co., Lowell, Mtsi. She peaeh. the plum and tha cherry first grew in Persia. ChMp T«aaa Lands. The Beta Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway...

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 December 1899

ir^1 W, ••ipfe flW-trV- Wmmm. *tP «w?p *i.U, 1^1. ro»4Y. biOKHBBft W*5 kyVi^'V,^ &<WV. ECHOES. LeVard, the black Mil re it playing da$ftbroQgh ,l%York ik Bro's, GuroHaian Univer t^Btudeii^ art|l|ji|iK togood ies*. rsfpS -^te '^j $ isp $?fS •e-fe'-SpSll**^Vt A. Dixon, tenor, isscoring •I fc«t« nightly'and making new friends on the coast. .SjsS'i'svy* The transportation of the Fifty rat Iowa lrcita. California home it tne state $31,097. v* Amos Gillard, trombone player, of Charleston S. C. joined the big Minstrel Festival. MMiM mnsicallirtist, 7 Chas. H. Gant, 'With the Old Southern Life" com* |»ny sends regards to all friends. Oberton is a in village Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, of about -500 inhabitants, of whom are Ne groes. The pobtmaster is a Ne gro, the notary pnblic is a Negro, and there is a Negro marsh all. The town has not been incorporat-' «dy likely will be soon, at which time the entire set of officers wili be Negroes. There is considers ble business enterpris...

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. — 5 January 1900

sM, ISHED KVBBT FBIDAT BY THB BT POBU8HIHO COMPANT, irSH AWD UOCVKt STBKKTB, BOOKS SIO AMD 311 MAB4)UABOT BLOCK. 'PHOFLB HO. 89#. RIDUL PIIREB or THB AFKO-AMKKICAN rBOTIVC ASSOCIATION OF IOWA UCIAL PAPEK OF THB MOBY WORSHIP­ FUL UNITED 6BAND LODGB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. *. TSBttS OF SUBSCRIPT lOlf. iyesr....... M.50 gatontbs I mnnthg "-\MbaorlpUon payable tn advance. THOMPSON. EDITOR. |H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. nour by posMBee 'erier, momtf nprai«r4tt(li~ii Tn IOWAIVAH •B PaMlaklag Compear imuaioattoas most be written eae the paper only and be of Interest te pnblle. "Brevity Is the eenl el wtt,M imber. re will not return mjeeted aaausarlpl raeeonpantedl by peeta#e speottw, )WA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs. Annie Lobbins is quite sick at bar home on Fifth street. 8. Johnson of Leon is in the capi il city this week. BAY & HARKINS, 1007 Center St. the best place to buy coal. Mr. N. Metidletonof Webster City rived in our city thi.4 week, Ishara's Octor oos at the Grand to day ...

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. — 5 January 1900

Si Mtt~ to 1 9C L\?~ F/" is'"***** mA bfhit Shipped for Lorenso Marques in Brit iah and German ships, but our officials contend that tip? were not subject to «liel*ure.... Ttaay could •. 'not.' however, -W1 tender representation on the anbjeet "®tU poeeeeee^of a knowl edge of the fMta, and aa soon aa Mr a a at a a a Ip, instruction was eabled to him to in* |. fonn the British fforernment that we §V, «°ald into. ir*ftn»a£*, 4^!5&S» state de .' partmeat has roeajvad from Ambaasa dorChoate at London byeA|« astate mmXat the facta.ha had developed- in connection with th» seism* by British warships of Anm-isa* goods on the three merchant ve—l,t shoaa and Maria. Tha goods com poaed not only four, frwtmisrmllsm artielee of common trade. They were th® right at seizures in these cases. The instraetion to Mr. Choate was not a demand. for the ®i release of the goods nor yet for in demnity, but rather a precautionary notice to the British government to save all of our rightf in the case. 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. — 5 January 1900

-Tv S&R 4 $ TKDDY TALKS TBtttTS. •ajra IwimiM XegMatton OnrM. KKW TOBK. Jan. 4 11 BIO IWCKKASK nf 2^4 OowMtsI IS Plaaalag te M#eisd •JOO.OOO.OOO. BtmA PitsTH, Jan. 4.—'The Pesti Hirlap says tliatthe Austro-Hungarian government contemplates spending £20,000,000 immediately tor increasing •the army and navy, in consequence' of Use grave European situation. The government also proposes to the Aus trian and Hungarian parliaments an Increase of the national grant for de fensive purposes. •on ibncu COHMBKKD. ftwr Vletonr a* Colsebarg Waa Vawariaated. LOHDOV, Jan. 4.—An unexpected de velopment of the situation baa occur red at Colesburg. Late advices are that the Boers returnee with rein foreementa daring'the night ana oocn DM* the posltioB from which they were driven by General French on '.Mondar.. Aasteas AbMt C«l«iW Dateh. LONDON, Jan. 3.—The ImporUiiee o\ both General French's and Colonel Pitcher's victories lies In the effect thev are likely to have upon the colon ial Dateh. The l...

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. — 5 January 1900

*TO pav| l?16 ,u i., %tnAi Wre«i Business afciani OtP* P. o^_ xt V: Wit rfettta tltis coopoa too tine cpecc&t itampi to tbe ]. tijtt Co., Lovtll Mia., yog Wll receive ia return a copy of tie aotfc Ccatary Year Book. /TKuisoottaiordiiuryilmaaac, K»ta !baadsome book, copiously illnitrated, tad told for 5 cent* OS til aevt-itaods. (We simply allow yog the two cents yoi ipead ia postage for tending.) Great men kave writtca for t&e Year Book. la it istommcd vp tfce progress of the igtk cen twy. Ia eack important line of work aad thought tke greatest liviag specialist kas recooated tke events tad advisees of tke past century aad kas prophesied what we ®ay expect of tke aext. «:Among the most aoted of qor contributors are: Set stary of Agrionltnro Wilson, on Agriculture Senator Chauncey M. Depew, on Politics Russell Sage, on Finance Thomas Edison, on Elec tricity Dr. Madison Peters, on Re ligion General Merritt, on Land War fare Admiral Hichbom, on Naval Warfare UA1" Smith,on Sport...

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. — 5 January 1900

«r ttdi (no* »»*a^ -Afreet mnf] Igin®8'•jJ /. y-l ffcturo this coupon ua tine cpeceot itimpt to the ). C. Ajer Co., Lowell Man., 700 Mil receive ia return copy of i|e aoti Ceatury Year B00L ^Tliiiisootaaiordiiurjilauiuc, K»t budsome book, copiously ttlnstntai, tad sold for 5 cents eui ill aewt-itaada. (We simply allow you the two cents jn spead ia postage far lending.) •Gnat oca lave writtea for die Year Book. In it it summed up tie progress of tie igtl cea tvy. Ia eacl important line of work aad thought tie greatest living specialist las recooated tie events aad advances of tie past century aad las proplesied what we Qay expert of tie next. [Among tie most noted of qnr contributors are: Set ttary of Agriculture Wilson, on Agriculture Senator Chauncey M. Dtpnr, on Politics! Russell Sage, on Finance Thomas Edison, on Elec tricity Dr.Madisoa Peters,"'oh Re ligion General Merritt, on Land War fare Admiral Hichbom, on Naval Warfare MA1W Smith,on Sports, etc. making a complete review of ...

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. — 5 January 1900

M't, ••V-' S S & our movement. George Ty' -5 gtt al citjr^The object thit iation Is not (o atfppreMi good iiie or music that.wilt up^t^ ele He, but to stop musjc ij its aggra ted •form*, they intend to .prove it. J|ea*uiaance and. then a*'., the %£y Ifts to abate the nuisance. This j^believes the sipgitfg of "coon and the playing of "rag e" music, it a crime, and that it duldnot be tolerated* by intelegent ple. In speaking Chicago, pesi ent Keller says uih BURLINGTON, IOWA. *"^T lie Grand Rally Entertainments at St. I'S A. M. £, Church,December 2tt. 27, 28th was a success socially knd finan jially. On December 36th the Mask Social iub ller the direction of Mrs. 8. L. Tigg, waa ja success, quite a number of the iriends ^masked, Mr. Guy Tucker received the first prize as the Airican Princess, Mr. jkoy Jtimith the 2d prize as the HoSsier Boy. I December 27 th the Entertainment was under the manegement of Mrs. Jul a Foiks and Mrs. Grace Morris Allen. The fol lowing program was rende...

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. — 5 January 1900

IraS ^.$§8 join 5? A •••.'4i,w:j.ij'vJ(if»,...,...'.J,i.1...n* *3* iW&zwMBUti' Ihicago. We do not want to stop .,(|osic, but we want tt» suppres its nlore virulent forms. We anticipate Vlarge membership fou we have Vinson to bt lieve there are our movement. I —. BURLINGTON, IOWA. ie Grand Kally Entertainments at St. j'a M. £. Church, December 2i. 27, 28th was a success socially.iuid Anas- On December 3Gth the Mask Social ua ler the direction of Mrs. S. L. Tigg, waa \k success, quite a number of the mends unasked, Air. Guy Tucker Rceived the first Jprize as the Airican Princess, Mr. hoy Kpiith the 2d prize as the Hofesier Bpy. I December 27th the Entertainment was under the manegement of Mrs. Jul.aPoiks and Mrs. Grace Morris Allen. The fol lowing program, was Tendered: Chorus, Columbia Instrumental, Miss Danora Smith Essay, Reputation, Mr. Leonard Harris Duet, Black Bess, Misses Nina vand Bessie Leslie, after which was ren dered the Cantata "The Gypsy Festival." December 28th the...

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. — 12 January 1900

m~s&, «v -A »y v1 •_.m WtSffi ?A, H* 4* lv v.Jf v#» IM foot N ji wf ge dinnW®. BB" eT ttj T#^ y*f VOL. 6. ^liaHBll KVEBT FMDAT BY THE BT STANDBB PUBLISHING C0MPAHT, firm Aire LOCUST 8TSKKT8, pons 210 AND 211 MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOIOC u. I.. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. lead money by poatoffioa ertsr, trier, express or draft, to Tli IOWA SVAM itninn Pablliklai Company Oemmunioation* miut bi written aa OM M* ef tkt ptpw only and be of latmit to Mi publia. "Brevity is ths sool at wit," Nmamber. We will not return rejected nanuaortpt »»UII aooompanlad by poetage etampe. iSlOWA'S leading colored paper. CITY NEWS The weather is very pleasant for a January in Iowa. G. Fredrick Stanton, who was sick the forepart of this week is better. Mrs. Harrison Gould, who has been sick the past week, is improving. Alonzo Jones is inclined to be sick last week, but is about »his week. If yon are loyal to the race you will work and vote for Frank Blagburn. Wm. Bailey, of Ottumwa was ...

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. — 12 January 1900

IV I ,V.IHHBD KVEBT TODAY BY THK BT STANDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, YIVTH AND I.OCOST STBKKT8, BOOKS 810 AMD 311 MABQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONK NO. 899, OFFICIAL PAPBB or THK Maat -3 aVJ -rfi m- AFRO-AMERICAN MOTECTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. 9f|JCUL PAPEB OF THE MOS'F WORSHIP FUT UNITED GBAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TUBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year §Hvoo bi months jJ month* All aubacrlptlon payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. •oud money by poatatBoe order, 'ardor, expreea or draft, to Tii IOWA IvAti (iiTiisai PsbUiblB| Conpuj Oeasmualoatlont mnst bo written ao OM SMo of the paper only and be of interact to Ike publlo. "Brevity la the aonl of wit," remember. will not retora rejected manuaorlpt ouloss aooompanled by postage stampa. S^IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS The weather is very pleasant for a January in Iowa. G. Fredrick Stanton, who was sick the forepart of this week is better. Mrs. Harrison Gould, who has been sick the past week, is imp...

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. — 12 January 1900

V,*wn4-«rf JV llniiNil rsfik wWpnrtStfc* lum won In— eooat »p*tlo __ fpr om Mtj yew* l*ta tv twenty tllBM. tta few x. s% Jfiik Hr ti :,!j Ifei: €v WmaiM^ wmZm* .wtliruktM *& trftliauaed the Uoers •bout tbe Stouhch hu •rd .Here ion, trouble ci&I 9* lii* Mi &tof* fj^MWOa UtU th* story. of mtt tb finof by kto* of rtmsrtuiie satmHtt* of SaofeU. SaU Afom, D** 9*P*^ C***»i. JfmMuUsm, Mnd *11 dtomv+tfr+baib. IfliM'i'Oiiil Kwn RtitocMi iroiBSa»mBiise* 3 Tin mi—1 mmt- wkldi iSSwSW"* sSSssiMsla- ,f Big r^onrcetal Texulsfamed for great undertakings.The uvmi mU lH4g*t«tt:«tep jjM^h baa that •tli wart Its horiroa Is the wonderful tawaof.LaVorte, located on Oalvear ton Bay midway between Hoaatoa aad OalvcMM In the eeiabrated Coast Country of Texaa. h*ppy t^ntty of plve*. br^lna and capital hers fooad at work building op a freat deepwater seaport city. Kxtenalve pabUc work fa aader way Including wharfs, decks and water Irout shipping facilities. Tha II. 8. Government la aooa' to deepen...

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. — 12 January 1900

ev ••About thirty yeirs tco I igbt bottle of Aycr's ur to Stop taj hiir from out Oae-iulf a bottle Vigor iiluag cored me. A few days ago my bur began to (all oot again. I west to tbe medicine sbelf and found tbe old bottle of Hair Vigor just as good as wbea I boigbt it"—J. Baxter, Braidwood, 111., Sept ay, 1899. Thirty Years Ayer's Hair Vigor cer I ttialy tbe most economical prep aration of its kind on tbe market A little of it goes a long way. Aod tben, wbat you dont need now you can use some otber tone just as well. It doesn't take much of it to stop falling of tbe bair. restore color to gray bair, cure dandruff, Jand keep tbe bair soft and glossy. There's a great deal of good and an immense amount of satisfac Itiaa in every bottle of it «.«• Mtitb, All 1 Write the If jea do not obtain *11 the benefitsyou .Jn from tbe u* ot the Vigor, write I the Doctor about it. Address, Dr. J. C. ATU, Lowell, Mass. bergs in the for SOb years. Atlantic sometime* salary of $18 per we^k will be pai...

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. — 12 January 1900

if k,.j HmJwm OR* MOINES, F&iP4t. *Aa»wr », RACEEGHOES. K»DIM ll\ ^ohn City hm fittj oolored churchet representing nearly every denomination. "&T W. E Tiiotnaa, a^promi- nent lawyer, politician and capi ialist, one of the. wealthist colored men in tbe State of lilinpU, died at his home in Chicago. f" f% ,f«Vl K- Col. George F. Bowleg an Afro ^American of national prominence |«died at his home in Natehea Miss. He leaves an estate valued at $100 000.—The Appeal. In eloquence, delivery and nse of rhetoric, Riseo Conklin Brace, son of ex«Seo8lor Brace, is said to excel all others at, Harvard col lege.—Colored Stateman. £, -0 Miss Imogan Howard, a colored teacher in the New York City pub lic schools, holds fourth place in the "Trip to Paris" contest of the Evening Telegram. ,djr ... There were 398 colored commis sioned officers and 0,S61 colored privates aud non-commissioned officers serving among the volun teers during the Spanisn-American war. 5* "'v? t#$ St. Louis has two vWy ...

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 January 1900

not eqtt»'r rest ®n gin©8* ioat»»® jlness r.rai i0i what of that der o* ®1 result guAcess »s& cents be' fish yr-. day terc »t»y, & •Vjf. I I 'liu$iK 1 Bi- 1 *'--Tr_r -i_ "™ii^ •i*^"t .. iK? ..^Mr^-Tr »*V? VOL. 6. PVBUBHBD IVCBT FBIDAT BY TBS BT STAXPaB PUBLISHING CO MP ANT, nrm xm LOCUST BTBKKTB, BOOMS HMO AND 211 MABQUABDT BLOCK. tow A 'Pttosi wo- 6W- OTFKXAL PAPER OP THB AFRO-AMKKICAS RI^ITBTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. W1CLAL PAPKB or TH* MOB* WORSHIP- JUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF .,, IOWA, A. F. & A. M. Wtt»£8 or SUBSCRIPTION. *w.Vv... 1•\v'•••••••»••••,•••'• w*?B Ms months. ..(v. .,.. ...--.w J® All subscription payable la advance. J. JU THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. 1 ii I mo-^y bjr express or toft, to Tai Uvt (tin |itt«nu PablUhiag Company OammoalcstloM mast bo writtra oa OM M» j( UM popw only and hoof latmot In ttMpublio. "Bjrovltyto the aonl ol wt*" •omombor. v, Wi, will sol ratum roJeoUd maaaaorlpt saleea aoeompaalod by pootago stampo. 10«n LEIDIKO COLORED...

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 January 1900

tSk: M4 Kjjg&t,' 7lst The old gradebetween Musca andTipton will be utilised, with tfce exception of a few miles. Engin eer T. B. Toble has completed the •wwjr between the two latter towns the weather permits the corps wlllooattaae-theworktolndependeaoe. 'V w*d *tU tooeh but very few towns between Anamosa and the ter mination of the new line. Thecountry ^fckfc is to be tapped is very fertile aadtt Is expected that many new tarns will spring mpi The towns that tte new toad will totieh are Muscatine, Tipton, Olln, Newport, Anamosa, mUTIOATIOll UBOUCD. ip* to MtotMkCoittr ®a »«rvlMr tbe Snbjeet. DnMOnn, Jan l«. -JndgeProuty, •f the criminal diriUos of this district amrt, wants to reach the person or persons, who, it is alleged, offered a bribe to a member of the Polk county heard of supervisors, in consideration at securing a contract for making the plans and for the erection of anew eoart house. When the grand jury •wde its report, JudgeProuty detained* the members fW a few moments...

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 January 1900

I"#. 'W oi^i gjnesa. jloeesr at tV*M $ WW-/ T— am MVv.^x^h s/ Past 8o and Not a Gray Hair 'l k»vc used Aycr'i Hair {Vigor for i- great many yean, altboogh I am past eighty •ears of age, yet I have not a gray bak in my nead.**—Geo. Ycl lott.Tovson, Md., Aug. 3,1899. We mean all tfiat rich, dark color your hair used to have. But there is 110 need of mourn­ ing over it, for you can fnd it «g«in.t AyerV Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. We know exactly what we are say ing when wr use that word always." 'It makes the hair grow heavy «nd long, too: takes out every hit of dandruff, and stops fall iag of the hair. Keep it on your dressing tabfe ana use it every day, SLM «MIM. AN Write the doctor if jtm do notobtato all the benefit* you deetf^from the use of tbe Visor, write -^rSSator about it. Ha will tell you Just the right thine to do, and will send you Ma book oa the Hair and Scalp it you [request it. Address, Dr. J. C. AYEB, lovell, Mass. Pacing horses are not looked upon ...

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 January 1900

fr. &i5* m-'-r wm 'if H' B?' s*|ki W*» Si Mrs. Francis, who has bfeen visit ing herr the last few days, was f- one of the promoters of the plan to establish the colony of Mound Bayon She owns the greater I part of the toffneite and besides is the proprietor of 80 acres of rich land adjoining (the "JVf zo«jrz) S3®® HC 3§^®4, ,„^..,,.. ,«.*m bail been t?khwco°- S^^-'FwNkiPwwkl through j^,1.U»a.0.1M States,. Not ,oifly thU traa'of Mr*.. Freocis, I^MUngeiti- Jw2&2'£Z%X% doobl on# oflbe lMdfng icitie. in this country which ii govern by colored people, the cify govenment is earned on fey colored officials. Indeed, thepopalktion l« entirely colored, not white family resid ing within the corporate limits of the city.1" fji The success ofthe plan by col ored people to maintain a city, govern and control it after the most approved and ifcpdern meth oda has heenicomplete in the esse I of Monnd Bayon'. It was founded eight years, ago where there was I nothing but farinland and today it ...

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 January 1900

\n11® 1»-, i-ifl •(••'4$^$ k- u. n, MKIHE ^jIBHKD BVKBT FBIDAY BY THIS BT rejnrASDBB publishing comiant, TfbTB ASD LOCUST BTRKKTS, BOOMS W*iO AND 211 MABQUARDT M'raom |Sead money by poatofflo* r. empress er draft, to Tn lew* Iiaii ItHinii PnbHshlng Company O—mnalcntlon* mnat bi wrlHea an mm of the paper only and be at htomt to (fee public. "Bnritrtatto seal of wH," '/•mam bar. We will not ratnra rejected manuscript wkN aocompaaled by postage imdpi. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PIPER. CITY NEWS RAY & HARKINS, 1007 Center St. fa the best place to buy coal. lliss Cora Smith who has baen sick, Pis reported somewhat worse. Oscar Watts left Tuesday evening for Ottumwa, to remain indefinitely. Att. I. E Williamson went out to Lincoln, Nebr. last Saturday on legal buisuess. Don't fail to hear the famous pianist Paderewaki Feb. 13, see paticular else where.w P^^dhepard made a brief business tri|. down to Decatur this week. llisa Edith Stanton ira little worse oday. Mr. W. H. Birney was on the ...

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 January 1900

SSfe^- 1 ^1 ,^,,,.,1 •WeUejtf""— w!2&2.ih»i *«*®lth ouJr I0?*™* L^Liw?^ known ^SSSfftS^' the left of the n' *8—The n«ii following dated 2fS?^ «3, 4:15 J&jggap at «5»™™'S«mS tord Dimdonaid'a^aval- tyinK well out on the left fl««u e5,eia' "siren's a b"fc «e Bdera did JT&f*t*y and onr fire bamn» i».. i~» Y& nvcra aid not ®r® became less hot." 1 ®*IU8H Wmrnngn :f '•'..' ThrW^S^,,^ .J*0*' J*n- |n te(. as—The war office posted a dispatch from General Rnller, dated January 21.10 a. m.. in which he gave the following list of wounded in the action near Ventor's Spruit Saturday: Colonel B. Hamilton, staff officer: Major C. McGregor, staff offi eer Major F. English, Second Dublin fusiliers Captain C. D. Vaupl.an, First Border Riflea Captain R. B. Blunt, Second Lancashire Fusiliers ®*pt»in C. A. Hensley, Second Dublin Fusiliers (since dead Second Lieuten ant Murier, First Border Rifles Second Lieutenant P. D. Stewart, Second Gordon)* Second Lieutenant M. G. Crofton, Second Lanca...

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