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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 March 1900

1 S 7*~ ir Bu $$h£ **$2$?^ OTFKSAI. PAPBB OF THE 4. .-, !wwif1 «,-! *r\l ?r u, '. 1 VOL. 6. FFLLUSHED EVKBY FRIDAY BY THE BT 8IAKDBB PUBLISHING COMPANY, JfOfSB. AND LOCUST STREETS, BOOMS 210 AND 211 MABQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONK NO. 899. AFRO-AMERICAN FBOTHCTIVE ASSOCIATION OP IOWA. OTFICIAL PAPER OF TUB MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TFLLFMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. g^months JDOQthS Miss Zella Davis was ill a few days this week. Get your winter coal at 1007 Center street. Iowa 'phone 355. J. Frank Blagburn is making a gal lant fight for Market Master. Frank Blagburn, will receive the sorport of every honest republican, Mrs. 0, tt. Richardson, has been quite sick this week at her home in Ciiye. The republicans are making a great fight for mayor MacViear and balance of the ticket. Tlie Rev. Henry MoCraven, assisted Dr. Peterson at the furnal services of the late Albert Hughes. '^*^1%' The Rev, Mattie Johnson, the cvang list, is meeting with flattering...

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. — 16 March 1900

il 'r ?.lk fl 5-: it'-' Iowa State Bystander* •IT BYSTANDER PCB. CO. DBS MOINES, 1V4, jA- $ *r c'l'iv-v: t'. A i« '•#i IOWA. CONGRESS* _•••" STOATS Washington, March U,—Lindsay of En delivered an tddross In opposition to the feature of thu Porto Rioon bill. Alllsoa reported the bill making appropriations of cus tom* dues exacted from the island of Porto Bioo from October 16,1898, to January 1 1800. •mounting to 93,995,465, and gave notice that he would call up the measure to-morrow. In ex ecutive session Mason's motion to discharge committee from consideration of his Boer reso nttoB was discussed. taekv tariff 1 HOUSB. Ninety-seven private pension bills were passed the house. Loud anil Sulloway rngapeu In a colloquy over the policy of passing private pension bills. SKNATB. Washington, March 10.—While the senate had ttie diplomatic and consular appropriation bill under consideration to-day, a lively debate iosed by Hio amendment was tabled finally without division. The pendlnu bill w...

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. — 16 March 1900

IBB IK $" & I v%f 1 h/ in to furnish any official statement as to Its contents. l-T London, March 16.—Gen. Roberts yesterday cabled the war office as fol lows: v| "Bloemfontein, March 13, 8 p. m.— if. ibury Gives Notice' That In b' tervention Means War. IfllTISH AT BLOEMFONTEIN. BeporU tba Formal in- (Ndu of Tkalr Capital by Official* or ik* Pim tat*—Bowi Datarmlnad to to the Knd. •h^gton, March 16.1—Great Brit ln Iter answer received by the It* department today to the over itn for peace submitted by the Unit- States government in behalf of presidents Kruger and Steyn, serves ilotice on all the rest of the world that the will not tolerate any interference •i/? any *f them with the prosecution '•-»t the war in South Africa. This ulti 4natum is distinctly set forth in Lord ^Salisbury's response, the declination the Boer suggestion that the Unit •«d States be permitted to mediate be 4og applicable by Lord Salisbury to lis"anjr nation." It Is regarded here as a warning to 'Russia an...

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. — 16 March 1900

DI tr KL S «!•. «,v a 1 *7, «ol P" fe* bU wo fi- Tfe dii fei to ka •11 Of «e 5 tu tt el ft It 0 it 11 A"- W v™j!'*: E 5 Chicago, 111.—Tuesday- evening, March J, a magnificent reception was tendered to Bishop Arnett at Quinn's chapel. The guests of honor were Mrs. B. W. Arnett, Bishops Grant and Lee, Drs. Henderson and Moore, and Chaplain Arnett and wife. The pro gram was excellent and the menu a credit to the ladies of the committee who superintended matters. Rev. Oaines was master of ceremon ies and presided with dignity and grace. On Wednesday afternoon, from 2 to 6 p. m., a reception planned and sup erintended by Mrs. R. C. Ransom, was tendered Mrs. Bishop Arnett at Bethel church. The lecture room was transformed by the aid of potted palms, cut flowers, curtains and rugs into a bower of beauty, and here several hundred of Chicago's charming Afro-American women came to pay their respects to the first lady of the Fourth Episcopal district, Mrs. Mary Louise Arnett. Tiny polished tab...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 March 1900

just morrow good or better. The silk very brief. Always American ,V-: r. "v: AlmostThree Hundred ss (SRfNew SilkWaists. of fire. The styles are handsome—hemstitched stripes alternating with groups of cords. The colorings are beautiful—dainty, popular, pastel shades. —$J.OO—PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR-??.CO A a»aeest ta A ,g®8fek «js a TKE OAilV AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE INTER OCFAN ARE THE BEST EVER SEEN IH THE WEST. Wv 1$ THE INTER OCEAN'S NEWS IS EXCLUSIVE.° Price of Daily by mail $4.00 per year Price ol Siiiuiuy by mail *2 00 per year DeiSy and Sunday by mail £6.00 per year We carry a stock of goods valued at $1,500,000.00 a -OjSBrjj-if A A maker of silk waists, who deals in lots of a thousand dozens at a time, had throe hundred left on hand. It was a remnant lot to him so he sold them to us (as we would sell a half dozen yards of silk) for a fraction of their real worth. The waists will be on sale to­ At $4.95. Measure them by the standard of any $7.50 waists—they are as is Gever...

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. — 16 March 1900

ti 6 fcwa State Bystander# .#* BT8TANDKB PCB. CO. IDES MOINES, IOWA. •iiS& FRIDAY, MARCH 16. A SUCCESSFUL MEET ING. Ninth Annual Nejpyro Confer ence Held at Tuskegee, Alabama. This is the ninth annual meeting of the Tuskegee Negro Conference Many get the impression that this conference is simpaly a spontan eous gathering of such people as may be invited to attend. He is a carefully studied and thoroughly prepared school for the masses, for the fathers and mothers, who hare never been to school for the gown sons and daughters who have been but little and never expect to go again. From the first, its methods and pupose have had Mr- Wash ington's most earnest thought and attention. Experience and con stant study have been used to im prove it and make it more and more effective. Porf. T. J. Jack* son a graduate of Fisk University, has been the confercnce agent for three years. All his time is given to this work, under the direction of Mr. Washington. This one day in school reaches n...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

ni sim ran I® mHIIBED IVIRt FRIDAT BY THK BT 0TAMDBB PUBLISHING COMPACT, Mb asd locust stbJJkts, booms IOWA 'PHONB AU»T 9LOCK. NO. 810 AND 211 MABQOAl OfTKBAL PAPEB OP TUB W |lA A W' 4 rt ). v'W t*s. ,. 4 s$ & 1 p? &V 899. AFllO-AMKBICAN raOTKOTIVR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. .WtOUL PAPEB OF THE MOST WOK8UIP M-'fUl UNITED GBAND 1QDGK OF IOWA, A. ,F. & A. M. TfiKMS OP SUBSCRIPT ION. or year Six months •1.50 .. 76 50 AlHmbacription payable in advance. .. J. I. THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. 1 Mur hy pottoffloe «te, npfMi mr draft, to Tn Iowa Scai Imumii PibltaktBi Coayuy OmmwUeatloBS mmt btnlttn Mt *t tba paper mly and ba of iatwwt to Ha public. "Brevity the aoal at wit, W« will aot retura rejected manawrlpt Ultii aooompanlad by poataga scamps. •. I 1 -m HUB LEiDllG COLOBED PAPER. CITY NEW5 Telephone 355 Center street, for coal, See that your friends are registered. Miss liable Hall was ill a few days this .week. voteni remember the regiatr&tion is on Saturday. Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

DKJB MONFKS, In CAM to SI fcl «c S ^r S A fl !. V. f'.L si": there is slump ia th«dla- movd business,Cecil Rhodes might find •mploytaeot in the museums as the $19,000,900 prize beauty. rt .- pi'^»,V^v S' Theyhaye put a St. Louis man In Jail oil a charge of insanity because he bellevjBS ia in hell. The only trou ble with that poor fellow is that he's too candid. *t .. ,^f^RIdding the heart of malice does not In Itself free the hands from cruelty. A man may act cruelly from malice, but he may act just as cruelly from sheer coldness. He that would be kind must not only lie delivered from the spirit of hate, he must be filled with the spirit of love. If the hands are nevw to be cruel, the heart must never be cold. In the enterprising city Of Buenos Ayres automobile carriages are no uncommon sight, in the form both of private vehicles and of delivery wa gons. Cycle roads now radiate from Buenos Ayres to a distance of sixty and seventy miles in the surrounding country, and under the. tare...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

ro&O&aJM ..'.V'7"t'| .'•j/' L~ ips* H& lM, tr Sober* Bonner's •CHAPTER V.-—(Continued.) ftofe? dttMed' in. his picturesque eoatvtpe, stood on the deck, thought he had never seen bo many InoiiHopking men. They would 1 the 7large flat boats to the )Ber*i side, make them fast and ip aboard. Then the black boat and the crew of the "Black Cat" irald be busy for a time In trans rlhc from the hW4, of the cchooner the boats the packages and cases Casks of the contraband cargo. ptAin Torrevo was here, there and iverywhere giving loud commands in ft language that Rob did not under stand, and which would scarcely be un -derttood by any one whose tongue mi limited to the precise language of «ny one country.. Captain Torrero passed Rob several times without paying him any atten tion. What was Rob's great surprise, then," when the captain of the "Black Cat" suddenly turned on him with a frlghtful'oath and struck him with a rope's end.. "Will you do nothing?" roared Cap tain Torfevo, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

mm la •a bi fel bi W la 61 If 1 firointhe kMitfuTT'tbtmot njn la tabs found in .the Rus "le« Mlk'^ The rigors of winter ^northern Burope practically compel 4nkiWtrati "bt th«t region to And iform of amusement with which to lie away the dreary hours of those (••bound months. Hence, "ice hill WU«" are, now' a national institu te'throughout the c*ar*s dominions, ud cheery functions they are, too. The lee hill" itaelf is prepared tw follows: hey erect a high wooden scaffolding laying a rather steep slope from the jip to the ground, and it is then cor ?ed with huge symetrically shaped locks of Ice placed Bide by side and instantly watered until they become he solid smooth mass. This artificial ide is terminated by a long, narrow lain of ice, just broad enough to allow three aledges passing each other and sufficient length to enable a sleigh to in by its own impetus to the foot of le next hill. The hills and runs are sually bordered by fir trees, which are lickly hung With colored lights ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

2J:AH^fW» i^iiwiably- dependable k?W'- tkfS.4 'A 4* *Jl W* 3$ :v"."::r ISfliWEEKLY AT ft**- 1 SI vat natural and de»erved ,,Stylea weiire always new'and qualities These special lots, although hargkto* are new and good. 2 -SS^'*-' *pf^\i At 49c a yard hHT]f crystal cord wash Black Silks tilka—stripes, pWds, some in all ,4 At 75e t^ird Mtin finished foulards 24 inches «ride( in a. host of ji^ert (U. ^..: yard mil id oolored taffeta with titled A dwen Mtt.v •a. -. &Z#P*t*A .' tttaa yard, striped novelty Bilks in and dark colors—some solid )rs"' with a «ord running through. ,&uttj»enty or, .styles in all,.. YOUNKER BROS. THC WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL TMENNWN ANO NEST CURRENT LITERATURE Every Column is Bright, Clean and Packed with News The-LJterature of its columns is equal to that of the best maga zines. It is interesting to the children as well as the parents. INTER OCEAN fc a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and wfcSe it brings to Ac (un8fvTHE NEWS OF THE WORLD and gives its leaden f...

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. — 23 March 1900

I '1 OH ii r- I r. 'i •S'. 1 j4 la ttT" "j. ritwiiiWii 1 iMvy i+rmili Wkm*k Wade Happy fcfr tjdta S. T«c*takt* CoBfoud Utt*n frw T*« VIm CfciWi*®. Kt# Bin ^'Dbjlb Mbs-Phtkham:—It mi my ardent desire to have a child. I had been married three years and' was ehildless, to wrote to you to find out the reason. After fol lowing your kind ad vice and taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, I be came the mother of a beautiful baby boy, the joy of our home. He is a fat, healthy baby, thanks to your medi cine."—Mas. Mraoi Finkle, Roscoe, N. Y. From Grateful Mrs. Lane Deab Mbs. PlNKHA.lt: •go, stating my case to you. I had pains through my bowels, headache, and backache, felt tired and sleepy all the time, was troubled yith the whites. I followed your advice, took your Vegetable Com pound, and it did me lots of good. I now have a baby girl. I certainly bp lieve I would have miscarried had it not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. I had a very easy time was sick only a shor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 March 1900

l'" „, jmf, -ID' (AYl HAMMOND «AY8 WAR IS JUST. J:"- 'th**mMi B»l« C«a Omm Mai Itto P»Il«ir—tayi iuam VMW at L'SJHTM »rding to John Hay* Hammond kgiertc^n engineer, whose actlvltj apesburg jrhile associated with mining interests, at the [ot the jameBon raid ip li96, came icbstlng him his life at the hands |«'Bpers, America's sympathies is rltiBh-Boer conflict should not be lOom: Paul, but with her majesty's Mr. kammond gave expression bis view at a brilliant dinner given a few da^B: since in Chicago. He of-the condition of affairs in the svaal prior to the war and took opportunity tp say that England carrying on a Just war and that |e Boers were wholly to blame for the present difficulty. Mr. Hammond made the assertion Sat. the Transvaal mining industry rould never have achieved success rere it not for the fact that English Eipltal and American- Ingenuity be came interested and entered the field. The outlanders, he said, were invited the. territory by Oom Paul, who, irhen ithey had ...

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. — 23 March 1900

51' •!i «r •i': :. 1' I: ll •:h i,-- OKS MOINES, 4 iwfKSWP WfJgWK »M*KDEL "I". CO- Mrs.U'Theresa M. Funeral Director. IOWA. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. RACESECHOES. The wealthiest Negro in Amer ca is the Hon. Warren C. Cole man, of Concord, N. C., who with other associates built and put in operation one of the best equipped, cotton mills in the South. Harry Shepherd, of Minnesota has been appointed offi(cal photo grapher for the Negro exhibit to be made at Paris. Mr. shepherd is appointed at a salary of $4 a day and will be paid for every picture laken. He has gone to the South to begin work. BURLINGTON BRIEFLETS. A benevolent Society will be organ ized Lt St. John's A. M. E. Cbnrch for tbe benefit of the colored citizens of Burlington Thursday evening. Invitations are out announcing that Rer R. Knight of St. Mark's A. M. E. chuch, Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Mary Webb of Burlington, will be mar ried March 29. Mrs. as. Uiggins entertained the members of her Sunday School class last Saturday aft...

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. — 30 March 1900

4,My r/i If .' iVv ,1 &y •+A tN W I'll If* -V "f*L, JU ornoaAL PAPER or THB ATBO-AIIEBIOAX rwnmcrivK ASSOCIATION or IOWA. *rMGtAL PAPJKH or THB MOB* WOB8H1P- jrxri. right arm at times was entirely useless. I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and was surprised to receive relief almost immediately. The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails.' For sale by all Druggists. CITY NEWS Henry Stanton has secured a posi tion with the C. W. Rog drug store- Mrs. Susan White who is improving nicely. (let your winter coal at 1007 Center street. Iowa 'phone 255. 1 1, Charley Harding, one of our old Ji Des Moines boys, returned home 1 last week from Kansas City. While in the city the Bev. Timothy Beeves will be the guest of Mr. e#i4 Mrs, Wm. CoalsOn, of W. Canter street. Bishop B. W. Arnett, of the A. M. E. Church and the presiding bishop of this district and one of tue leading men of bis race, la expected to visit our eity soon. Joshua Strauthers, one ot our ...

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. — 30 March 1900

1 JM' $ vYS? W at »l uv S I .j i¥ 1 P\ il •i A J i: I it- I If'• IS iwp ... ."'^':'k '...i.t vaix-i,tt:v'.-ttf. ••.*. ja^H" ipn-fenii ',,,)»' _5{-/ «T «RNT*IN^KK PCB. OO. f«|»OINJB&r ..„. The pursuit of liapplneaa V' IOWA. rr— r* ., ••!.•—. 4OM At the annual dinner of the Silk Association of America recently, the chief guest was the Chinese minister to- tfte United States, Wu Ting Fang, He mada the speech of the evening. -He contrasted the friendly attitude of the United States toward China with .* •ihQ. ftggresslpng of European nations, s- andsaid that, so long as Americans kept on In their pacific policy of com merce and trade, they would be wel come everywhere, not only in China, but in Japan as well. Trade statistics indicate that the Chinese minister is right China is buying now of Ameri can goods from five to six times as much as it bought ten years ago. Last year it bought four million dollars' worth more than the year preceding. not ••eesiarliy imply the pursuit of ^weal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

mm. :^i CHAPTERVI.—(Continued), gj begang h® was with had returned another load. Rob heard them (uttering among themselves, and he skedup to see the cause. He was sued, and felt a thrill of terror rush i*«r him. for there, standing with Cap in Elvln and Torrevo, engaged in irnest conversation, was Lemuel rne. "Now. Rob thought surely he would be piled., He thought he now understood Mne of the hatred he had incurred. Itarne, Blvin and the captain of the rBlack Cat" were all in one gang. Therefore* if Starne had any reason wish his death, the others must |have the same reason. There was no way to escape them BOW. He could not turn back. When they were taking up their loads Torrevo rushed out and beat Rob with his roipe's end so that poor Rob kept his face bent down almost to the ground till he got clear of his tor mentor, which was not until he was part way up the ridge. The boy's heart was broken with grief and terror. What should he do1? To continue in this way was simply to be kill...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

fail .... I? \,Kjfc tfif u-m' 'I VoUto .. Majority... Wabd And Rtcond First Second Third Totals Fourth Fl: 5 'ifth Totals f: street alone leads .to inU«n. «le«ted .U M,^^w^*,l pbe- CINCT frlrat wuM— First precinct .._ E? Second precinct 65 49 Third precinct... Foarth.preciDct Second ward- First precinct ... precinct Third 215 291 precinct ... Third ward— Flnit precinct .... 8econd precinct .. 899 329 324 315 181 203 220 209 94 1S3 Third precinct ... Fourth precinct .. Fifth precinct .... Fourth ward- First precinct .... Second-precinct .. Third precinct ... Fourth precinct .. Fifth ward- First precinct Second .precinct .. Third precinct ... Fourth precinct .. Sixth ward- itm First precinct Second precinct .. Third precinct ... Fourth precinct .. Majorities Majorities 178 214 210 110 158 2)5 3S1 320 316 175 938 96 Patrick's majority Third ward- First Second .: •. Third First precinct Second precinct .... Third precinct 'Fourth precinct .. Totals.-t..« Belt's majority .... •Majority. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

4i:W .'uaaSi S •YiSv ,t m- S. CI We ewn and if® It A Y" -J --, •ih** A r* pis I Two dozen bargains Worn Youaier'e basement, Bargain Store theistore tha^^clU ^vcrythipg good, qheapetrthanany otbfr «tor«. •f Standard calicoes ahd apron ging hams at *%c and 5c a yard Table Oil Clbth 15c jri*!®.' Wolrstodltreaa Goods at 10a 'a yarijl. Ben»nant* ol Cbe#iQta percale* ginghams, cambrics and zephyrs at' 8 l-3e and 10c a yard—worth doable. Remnaiito of Curtain Swisses and 8Ukollnss at 7c, 8l-3o«arid 10c a yajrd—-worth double. Ladles and Children*' "home made1' .... afoeklngaat 10c a pair—well worth double. Velveteen Dress binding 3c a yard. Ladies washable Shirt waists and Wrappers at 25c, 3S)e and 50c each. Curtain-Sarim at 3Xc, 5c, 7c and lOe a yard.' Men's .Overalls and work Shirts wdrth 60c at 40c. Men's and Boy's work Sbirts at 25o each. •J vGrand Millinery opening next Tuesday, April 3rd. Always American L_v 1 LAMEST CIRCULATION OP ACL POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST. Every Column is Brig...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

M«¥ Ife® *.V%2s, fH fe & r. 4 1 it^o ft Yt 7? The newcomer seemed strangely out of place In his surroundings. In his appear ance there were none of those marks which cling to the dweller in the hills and distinguish him from other men. He had the air of one who had strayed from the smoke of a mining country Into the „v' midst of this great hill land at any rate,. he was certainly not a ihepherd. He was short and squat, with a bull neck and an unlovely countenance unimproved by a ipy most vicious cast In his eyesight and the Jeer which disfigured his face when the shepherd, hla perseverance at last re warded, drew his prize to land and at length turned round gave him a most I sinister aspect. The shepherd eyed the stranger with some astonishment. He had not heard him approach, and his silent behavior was ominous. But It was ridiculous to have any fears on the score of so Insignificant a person so, nothing daunted, he slipped the salmon Into his plaid and girt himself again for th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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