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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 January 1900

J? I j*" All IHM Are KMUIK JPF, 1 T1 tf£ TV s. 0*' IOWA. rSglfc«j$V source ™"a •®t*rid Laayimttl «^5K£* VnlliiiiB "jr*"***'" *l*hUn*. »»»T Ckno. ."»*»"•••* «»m», 'Mq », 4 is ow BfogMMbi »»u- i.^ making very **«o. aid Uoe,r« th® 5& 'S sT* «re numer- fy^S^JSRSSS?**- °"R,I,'' G^SgMfy:«»»k. V5t^k ,®3®tSS®c» \X BKITI8H.WOCMDKD. Wennded In Sat- antey. Battf* LONDON Jan. 22,-The war office rposted^ dispatch from General Buller, dated January 81.10 a. m., in wWcb gave the following1 list of wounded action near Ventor's Spruit btarday: Colonel II. Hamilton, staff •nicer Major C. McGregor, staff offi cer Major P. English, Second Dublin Pnsiliera Captain C. l. Vaughan, First Border Rifles Captain R. B. Blunt, becond Lancashire Fusiliers Captain C. A. Hensley. Second Dublin Fusiliers (since dead Second Lieuten ant Murier, First Border Rifles Second Lieutenant P. D. Stewart, Second Gordons Second Lieutenant M. G. Crof ton, Second Lancashire Fusiliers 8ccond Lieutenant A. H. Keirrv. First Yor...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 January 1900

it io*°l i^ a Bad iiv "I bad a bad cough for six weeks and could aot find any relief whatever. I read what a wonderful remedy Ayer's Cherry Pectoral was for coughs and I fought a bottle. Before I had taken a quarter of it my cough had entirely left me."—LHawn, Newington, Ont., May 3,1899. Quickly Cures Colds Neglected colds always lead to something serious. They run into chronic bronchitis which pulls down your general health and deprives you of sleep: or they end in genuine consump tion with all its uncertain results. Don't wait, but take Aye-'1 Cherry Pectoral just as soon as you begin to cough. A few doses will cure you then. But it cures old colds, too, only it takes a little more time. We refer to such diseases as bron chitis, asthma, whooping-cough, consumption, and hard coughs. winter If you're Just taken cold a 25 cent bot tle It all you'll need. For harder cages a CO cent Dottle is better. For chronlo troubles, and to keep on band, the bottle is most economical. DOI- isesa ...

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. — 26 January 1900

'I hid a bad cough for six weeks and could not £nd my relief whatever. I read what a wonderful remedy Ajer's The Health and »*v' V2 Cherry Pectoral was for coughs and I bought a bottle. Before I had taken a quarter of it my cough bad entirely left me."—LHawn, Newington, Ont., May 3,1899. MMHMMMMMMHM Quickly Cures Colds Neglected colds always lead to something serious. They run into chronic bronchitis which pulls down your general health and deprives you of sleep: or they end in genuine consump tion with all its uncertain results. Don't wait, but take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral just as soon as you begin to cough. A few doses will cure yon then. But it cures old colds, too, onlyit takes a little more time. We refer to such diseases as bron chitis, asthma, whooping-cough, consumption, and hard coughs. winter If you're just taken cold a 45 cent bot tle Is all you'll need. For harder cases a GO cent Dottle is better. For chronio troubles, and to keep on hand, the $1.00 bottle is most economi...

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. — 26 January 1900

-'W Mio W1- I&&2 Pi 'gm ^.#.ti)'v-' 'ri,' *r* v' «d by Major a gente at Taal.fm«of Saturdav, that the folio And* OTICE /V 41 Howwd, colored, has flUeotered a rieh. bed of iron on wrmin S«mr coohij, Kj. p«r«"/ C^ T- v? missioDer owna and ope mMtnm fMotJ $15,000. «t Bt en,Pl°ying &»$• kia race exelnsivelv. members IRc' & W': There are tddajrto.ooo negros Indents in the higher educational 4® institutions of thcuontry HMr. Callaway the colored com- for the Negro exhibit at Paris has ashed for an appropria 4ion of „JIipr- Col. George F. Bowles, an Afo American of national prominence died at his home in Katchas, Jliss. He leaves an estate valued at $100,000. J®*-'* -Ji Congressman George H. White, member frim North Carolina, is said to be the first colored man appointed on the ^District commit tee. This committee is one of the most important in Congress as it governs to a large extent, the District of Columbia, 8ome of the members of the 24th, infantry in Manila who are ex...

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. — 2 February 1900

,IP- yf |-.v VOL. 6. imr ran)AT bt th* bt rUBLUIBIHa 00IIPABT, un a*d uxvtft stbkkts, booms 210 AHD 211 MABQOABOT BLOCK. MO. 8W. PAPBB or THE •TBO-AMBBICAll ASSOCIATION Of IOWA. |WU. FAPBB ov THB MOM WOBSHU* TttU OIITID 68AHD UNI o* IOWA, A. F. fc A. M. or (SUBSCRIPTION. 11.80 Mi xlption payable In advance. J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. «|. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. •c taft, te Tu Itfi Itui hM|«M| Ciayfy thai nut be »illiw eas Nlrukii(hrtMitli Mnrltj We will to th* ml eC met mm rsjeelsd aaauasvtpt •!•—aeooapaalsdbypeetagswampsi IOWA'S LEADIHG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS To-day it ground-hog day. Miss Cora Smith is improving now. Daniel Boy is quits sick this The weather has been extreamlycold this week. Mrs. Lewis Austin, has been in very poor health for past few weeks. Miss Sophia Bass, is improving, she was able to be on the streets this week. BAT & HARKINS, 1007 Center St. 4 the best place to buy eoal. Mr enry McCraven has been sick with a severe Oold tais week. The city sale tiokels (or Pade...

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. — 2 February 1900

(Iff, 'V'* for iaaWMBlne iw yx, 1 •1' .V 3 •1 DBS MOINES, IOWA. ~j-y~G0EBEL SWORN IN. Dying Man Propped Up With Pillows Take* th« Oath. •V FBANKFOBT, Ky., Feb. 1.—William Goebel was shortly before ©o'clock last night sworn in. as governoro( Kentucky, and J. C. W. Beckman, few minutes later took the 'Oath ol lieutenant Governor. The oath was administered to both men by Chief Jiutfice Haslerigg of the court of ap peals, A statement was prepared say tag that.the boards which had heard the content lor governor and lieuten ant governor had decidcd in favor of Goebel and Beckman that the boards intended to -report 'their findings to the legislature, but that they had been prevented from doing so by the action of Governor Taylor in declaring the legislature adjourned. This statement then goefl on to say that the members •of the legislature were driven from place to place by the militia and threatened with arrest wherever they •attempted to hold a meeting. It was 'declared the belief of all...

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. — 2 February 1900

"t* W ^i .W\ S- '?*. V® riil It .IS* Sworn in as Governor of the State of Kentucky. HE ISSUES A PROCLAMATION. Calls Upon All Good Citizens to Stand Up tot Law and Order—Headquarters In Capitol Hotel—Says No Insurrection Existel Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 2.—At 9 o'clock Wednesday night William Goebel was declared by the democratic members of the legislature to be the governor of Kentucky,' and was sworn in as such, When the members of the legislature found they could not meet anywhere without'the interference of the militia, the papers necessary to be passed by the joint assembly were prepared, and the democratic members signed them. This course was advised at a consulta tion of leading democratic attorneys. The papers signed set forth the reasons for the unusual course of procedure. As soon as possible after the signa tures of the democratic member of the general assembly were attached to the documents, Speaker Trimble of the house, Chairman Hickman of the guber natorial contest committe...

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. — 2 February 1900

irum ad wltl ra, w«i *4~M man *dt J* City, out.fofc -:i-h son Of tella jMBjy. aiaes' In irfj® -Announcement Cards H,irii*». g~s W»i«i hmmm ny uae a ewdf datefor the ettee of eity auditor, sub Jeettothe dathlM of Ihi republican city convention. 8. W. Baker. f. UT name a candl :dato tor rc«MimUM for my seeoud )f,B '°r eitjr market maater, aubject to the republican convention. J. Frank Blifbora. I. am a candidate for eity treasurer, rabjeet to the deoiaion of the coming republican primaries and convention. W. W. Welday. I hereby aanonaee myself as a eandi date for the office of city solicitor, sub ject to the decision of the republican city convention. A. P. Chamberlain Please annonnee that I am a candi date for the office of eity treaanre, sub ject to the republican primaries. Harry F. Gross. Please announce my name as a candi date for eity auditor, subject to. the re publican primaries the 20th of Febru ary. John B. Lucus. am a candidate for park commissioner, 6ubjecl to the republic...

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. — 2 February 1900

•f P-, ore .ilfe: FU! mi. nd: ity, foi son of tella'MWt me* In Colo., J: Announcement Cards m, f*** nanouce my name a"candf 4ite (ar tht tdlM of eity .... auditor, aub ^jNttotk* deeiaioa of lb* republioan eity convention. a. w. Baker, Please announce my date for re*aoa»laatfc ten i/« name aa a candi f* n*OMlsatin for my second .. for city market master, subject to •ha republican oonventioa. J. Fruit Blagburn. am a candidate for eity treasurer, •abject to the deeision of the coming republican primaries and convention. W. W. Welday. I hereby annouaee myaelf as a eendi date fur utrofflee of city solicitor, sub ject to the deeision of the republican eity convention. A. P. Chamberlain Pl®aae announce that I am a candi date for the office of eity treasure, sub ject to the republican primaries. Harry F. Gross. Please announce my name as a candi date for eity auditor, subjeet to. the re publican primaries the 20th of Febru cry. John B. Lucus. am a candidate for park commissioner, Subject to...

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. — 2 February 1900

Here ./ X" 1 "Good Dews for You. If You will Come to the Store Right away you can get a nice warm fine looking silk lined Jacket, taking your pick out of aoo that have sold for fio.oo, #13. and £15,00, for $5.00 YOU PICK from 250 Jackets, among the best in the house, that have sold as high as $30.00, all lined with silk for.... MUSLIN UNDERWEAR It Don't Cosfc Much to Wear •lee white Underwear, when you can kf Gown*, Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirts or Chemise* for 60C WE INVITE you to see our Great Display on the third floor before the sale ends. Me MenY ribbed lleeeed Underwear. 29c Mo Ladles' ribbed fleeced Underwear............ ...Sic jgQt Men's fleeced lined Glovea aad Mittens.. .........21e lie Boys' wool Mittent for ......... .7c lie Men's yarn Mittens for......... 10c SSo Ladles and Children's double yarn Mittene for.. .. ..... 15c ISO Ladies and Children's fleece limed stockings for .... ......10c fl.ts Men's wool flannel Shifts'for. ,85c iSliWEEKLr wr We ,f«e*#eee* LARGEST CI...

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. — 2 February 1900

^Vl* .J #$*w &J& wSt tor WE ,m I Lr bbjt waders full We 9 "Good Hews for You, If You will Come to the Store Right away you can get a nice warm fine looking silk lined Jacket, taking your pick out of aoo that have sold fio.oo, #13. and $15,00, 50c Men's ribbed fieeeed Underwear. 29c I9e Lidies'ribbed fleeced a a S ffeOe Men's fleeced lined Glove* aad WUenp. ........21e ISc Boys' wool Mittens for ......... .7c lie Men'a yarn Mittens for......... 10c ISe Ladies and Children's double yarn Mittens for.. ............ 15e ISc Ladles and Children's fleece lined stockings for .......... 10c 11.25 Men's wool flannel Shifttfor. .85c for. $5.00 YOU PICK from 250 Jackets, among the best in the house, that have sold as high as lao.oo, all lined with silk for.... MUSLIN UNDERWEAR It Don't Cost Much to Wear •tea white Underwear, when you ean bur Gowns, Corset Coven, Drawers, Skirtaor Chemises for 60c INVITEE yon to see onr Great Display on the third floor before the Here is where we keep th...

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. — 2 February 1900

^ISWl fefv £3 iffbo jgfm t-X v, **«. $+-* 'iJf llimwmt -. to m»an enormouB dls-' Whta ftbto&t from their hive ««T fto up la tiie «lr until they see wwrfcome, and then fly toward It in *r*l«bt Um. Artificial Bight. An Inventor has perfected an eleotrl *PBU*noe, which he claims will ^Wi the blind to see. This will biing much happiness to those who J*™ defective eyesight. Another great oieeovwy which wlu bring happiness to those whose stomachs have become deranged is Hqstetter's Stomach Bit ters. It is a certain cure for indiges tion, dyspepsia, malaria, fever and •fa*. a A WQman whojs a (food bluffer can A W lw scare a man. "Do Not Barn the Candle At Both Ends/' you can go on dratoing vi tality from the blood for nerves, stomach, tndn and muscles, without doing some thing to replace it. Hoodts SarsapariHa fhms nerve, menial and digestive strength by enriching and vitalizing the blood. Thus 1 helps overworked and tired people. The pastor of a colored congregation was warming up to ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 February 1900

T-\| v' N If My Hair Coming Out About jrett ago my kiif wis coming out very fast. I bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor to Itop tbis. It not only •topped the falling, but also made my bair ^row vetjr rapidly, until now it is ^5 inches in length and very thick."—Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans./. July 25,1899. wmmmmrnKSS^Sammmmmm^ It Feeds the Hair Have you ever thought why your hair 13 falling out? It is because you are starving yov/ hair. If this starvation continues your hair will continue to fall. There is one good hair food. It is A"'"/" Hair Vigor. It goes right to the of the hair and gives them just the food that they need. The hair stops falling, becomes .althy, and grows thick and long. Ayer's Hair Vigor will do another thing, also: it always restores color to faded or gray hair. si.oo Mtk. AII dnotits. Write the Doctor If 70a do not obtain *11 the benefits you desire from the use of the Vigor, write the Doctor about it. Be will ten you just the right thing to do, and will...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 February 1900

1 esta m. •W A Mtf bwaStateBystander* •F BTCTAKDEB FOB. OO» DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY I. .., THROUGH A WOMAN'S EYES. Special to the Bystander. Chicago, 111.—Mrs. Ida B. Wella-Bar nett left Wednesday, January 24, for Baltimore, Md., where she has a lecture ... engagement. .Prom there Mrs. Barnett will go to Washington, D. C. Philadel phia, New York, Boston and other places of Interest. Though greatly attached to her home, her lawyer-husband and her boys, Mrs. Barnett feels It her duty to enter the doors of opportunity that have been opened to her, and to speak helpful words In the Interest of her people. Just before.le&vlng the city, Mrs. Bar nett received a letter from the assistant librarian of congress, asking her to se cure as many as possible of the pam phlets and books ^written'by Afro-Am erican authors for the Paris exhibit. Those* authors who desire to be rep resented in the exhibit, area Bked to send copies of their work to Mrs. Bar nett, 2939 Princeton avenue, ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

EH VUBLWHED, EVBBY FRIDAY BY TIM BTANDBH PUBLISHING COMPAWT, URB AND LOCUST STBEETS, BOOMS 210 AND 311 Shi MAKQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE NO. ItrriCLAL PATKU 899 OrnCIAL PAPER OF THE ASTRO-AMERICAN FBQTECTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. or THE M08T WOBSHIP- FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE 0* IOWA, A. *. & A. M. SUBSCRIPT ION. ne year.. months •I «bm months All subscription payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARO. MANAGER. a-1 —^-Ei^ •Mi monsy by poateffloa irto, mam irdw, nprm or draft, to Tun IOWA BUH Ithardii Publishing Ctapuf Communication! mn«t be written MM MIef tt* paper only and IM it latereat I* Mipoblid "Bnrity the aoal ef wi^H NBIDtW, W9 will not return i-ejeeted manuscript eariess HMomptaltd by postage •ump*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS The weather is stormy this week. Shall we blame the ground-hog for this weather. Miss Edith Stanton continues to re main very siotc. Miss Jora Smith is a little better at this writing. If you want to see your race come to f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

*5" R&lf. ns-vM4 t» ify*- hi Moines, vh v,r' fl Jf I I SWT, Iowa State Bystander* PUB. CO. 4- oes HOC8*. bill giving Cuban Teasels Mtion treatment in American ports was passed. After the reception of the president's message transmitting the Philippines commissioners' report and reference to the insular committee, the bouse,resumed consideration of the Indian appropriation bill. At the evening session Tal bert, of South Carolina, objected to considera tion of private pension bills because there wus •o quorum present,' and a deadlock ensued, which could not be broken. HOCSK. Washington. Feb. 8.—The Indian appropria tion bill was passed. It was sllitbtly amended Id unimportant particulars. An attempt to revive the polloy of making oontracts with re ligious schools for the education ot Indian children, which hits been gradually abandoned by the government during the last Ave years, tailed on the ruling of the clialr that the amend •lent offered was out of order. BENATK. Washington, ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

7 I I?.!"1,:/1 e: *W_/ Om oI Mr. LIbmIo's characteristics VU hlg laiSiklf tenderness toward •then, says the Springfield Rspub Raan, He wrote Injuries In the sand, benefits on marble. The broad man tis ol hi* enduring charity covered a •altitude of sins In a soldier. He loved Justice with undying and sollclt Ms affection, but he hated every de wrter from the great army of human ity. He] was dowered with the love of Be was always equal to the occa sion, whether saving a sleeping sen Qnsl by one stroke of the pen from a dishonored grave or writing that bold tad steady signature to the proclama- *TD GIVE THEM JESSE." Hon of emancipation which made the black race give him a crown of im mortelles. As the negro preacher in Vlcksburg said of him: "Massa Lln kum, he eberywhere he know ebery tflng he walk de earf like de Lord." HI* Keen Irony. Abraham Linooln could say true things when just resentment required censure. He released some prisoners on the other side of the "divide" In 1868. The ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

y£gijj$fr$ Announcement Cards date for the 0®6e of city auditor, sub ject to the decision of the republican city convention. & W. Baker. Please anaonnee ray name as a candi date (or re-nomination for my second term for city market master, subject to Ihe republican convention. J. Frank Blafburn. 4 I am a candidate for eity treasnrer, subject to the decision of the coming republican primaries and convention. W. W. Welday. 1 hereby announce myself as a oandl date for the office of city solicitor, sub ject to the decision of the republican city convention. A. P. Chamberlain Please announce that I am a candi date for the office of city treasure, sub ject to the republican primaries. Harry F. Gross. Please announce my name as a candi dste for city auditor, subject to the re publican primaries the 20th of Febru ary. John B. Lucus. am a candidate for park commissioner, Subject to the republican primaries. M. T. Russell. Please announce my name as a candi date for Mayor of the city of De...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

ft', If YOU er -V Want a jacket for. to 1 Mittens—60 .X% Zbt 1 W 9 mci,\ YOUNKER BROS. YOUR STORE ALL THE TIME. We believe in buying nice fresh new goods and giving you full value for your money. Than i| you are not suited we'll return the money and take the goods back. here arid get it—We'll make the price right. Our New Dress Goodtt offer 50 pieces of apron Ginghams and calicos at, per yard 30 pieces of 36-inch Percales, 10c values, pieces of new Ginghams, Checks and Stripes, the 10c grade, per yard Sllkoline—30 piece ol 36-inch Silkoline, the regular 18Jtfo grade, per yard flC 40 pieeea of figured Cretonne, yard 7 Hosiery—We offer 50 dozen Boys' and girls' homemade Stockings In heavy ribbed wool or cotton, 25c values, .. pair. dozen Ladies' and children's double Ladies' Underwear—We if mvJUl ,!| M&m&sms®1 iU III, IBIl|l!IWIlW!i»iM)ii^p)Miiii,ft^^ yarn mittens, worth 25c for, per pair I8C Men's fleece line gloves and mittens, worth 40c, per pair Improved J^oxatl Incubator....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

,000 1 color* ro ei af les, proi tchai va ces dth st ed St pro ort -v.^ &y-• er, for kin fi nect red with wbf rill OTt is of hi out fAte* R1C the ereby r, A. te to-j umb Addif in ttaeg. sold if of t» nderstt of tb? suanc* tbe nj for tl»' made»» servicjl. HIG^ pent reinafK ft tbe 8t ollowlni olk S Pari tbe'e then® 1895 tf Igned it be cerll of tbS of r« Ian) ade hereof. KNAtf ?w Vptk»P ,. Y* litioj-*- A Blftek lions are scaroe and are found enlyin the interior of Sahara. An excellent specimen of this color has &• i1' st been aaded to the menagerie of Garden des Plantea, in Paris. Oar Increased Trad* With China. England can no longer compete with in the shipment of many products to China. This is merely natural. The test wins in everything'. For a like raason, Hoe tetter's Stomach Bitters has tor fifty years acknowledged no supe rior, because there is nothing better to •nrejBonatipation, indigestion, dyspep sia and biliousness. A policeman travels his beat and the hobo beats hi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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