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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 April 1900

imfc T»'«S wntaL ODEl tbOi zpreai filS esthat yos Vtlw .75. Jisni l»d* ahowt ip at VOL. 6. ,_„ -VBHT niDAT BY TH« BYSTANOWt bmjsbihg com PA**, rum ask uktost, BOOM P6MAHQDABWXBU3CK. iowa 'phok* aw. lPXit, PAMB or TH* AfBO AMICBICAW PEO TWJT1V* ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. rjCIAL PAPBR Or TUB MOB* WOIISHIPFCL UNITBD OHAND LODOI Of IOWA, A. ». A A. M. TABUS or SUBSCRIPTION. giontha a giodthi,......... AH subscriprton payable In advance. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. •cad awaay by •Her, azpraaa ar trait, to TU II«A ki« •tninn Publishing C«|Hy OwiTOleiMwa mart ba written «s taa atfc of lb* payer caly and he el Interest to toa ptbUa. "Brevity l» the aa«l cC wt^n ravambar. Wa will aot ratora rajactad nawripl mIimaooompaaied by postage tumps. lOIiSS LE1DIIG COtOBED PAPER. CITY NEWS Telephone 355 Center street, tor coal llisB Mable Hall ia well. almost entirely Mrs. Wm. Mash who haa been aiolc for a long" time is able to be out some. Mrs. Robt Mash fa visiting relatives this week in ...

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. — 20 April 1900

'm i%M ,:'l I :V !l ill Uti till 4 A 1 ip nil y?t & sH ii ••U Ij'f ii .li •I -f I !$:».*• V$ », J&Jl i:m, j* 'Si ••&%• w1Y .U *:. wmAMikBK rca-co. -w .» S DBS MOINRfJ, IOWA. MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL jl 4 DEB MOINKS, April 20, 1900. In view of the. large number of case* of small pox in Des Moinesand Iowa, the city council has authorized a com mittee tp contract for the construction of a permanent hospital for contagious diseases, at a cost not to exceed 84,000. The building will be put up on the ground of Mercy hospital, to the north of the hospital building, and work upon its construction is to begin at once. 1 The Manchester & Oneida Railway Company has filed articles of incorpor ation with the secretary of state. The road will be built from Manchester to Oneida, both being in Delaware coun ty. The capital stock is 875,000. The 'new road will give Manchester an out let to both the Great Western and •Milwaukee railroads. It was charged at Manchester that the Illinois C...

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. — 20 April 1900

OD CHAPTER XL ^the following morning Rob rose [iry and aching from a bed on which had tossed in wakefulness since he Id heard the words of Lemuel Starne. ipt. Elvin nodded to him when be tepped out Into the large room, and |t once led the way to the dlnlng sm. "Eat heartily," he said. "You have a lay of hard work before you." It seemed to Rob that every bone in is body ached from the excessive ex ertion of his walk the day before. But Ifce was so thoroughly aroused to the ^necessities of his situation that he grimly bore it without a word, and fell to on the breakfast as if he was really happy boy. Breakfast over, Capt. Elvin lighted a •cigar and offered one to Rob. "Thank you, sir, I don't smoke," said Rob. "Not smoke! A nephew of Torrevo not smoke!" "But I was not always with my un cle Ricardo," said Rob. "Triie. Boys in New York do not learn to smoke as early as they do here. Well, Ricardo, come. Let's get to work." The Englishman led the way to the •office again, and pointed to ...

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. — 20 April 1900

,.* raw* \|i •J! .. rs?1 .v^.^'-k.. irr. PLKA81NT N*WS. TtiOMoajtbesfck Its* if* liartamcs G. W.Rbtoebart, & Urandlebn and Wo. Harrison, lira. Wm. SpotU want to Lincoln Neb. Isstwaekta make asbort visit with re latives ihd friends. gfe .,.. Mrs. Fidler is in Keokuk. *rip. *, ''i-urvSt Mrs. Bartlett bas recovered from (ha Mrs. A. Mason better. Mrs. £. Wicks is not so well. Last Sunday morning at 10:00 A April 15, at the home of the bride's par •nts Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ArbuJkle oo carad the wedding of their daugnter Miss Edith to Mr. Henderson Tansel by Bar. G. W. Bhinebart of the A. M. B. church. The bride looked beautiful in white or gandies trimmed in pale blue ribbon, oarring a bouquet of flowers, the groom wore the conventional black. Miss Maud a sister of the bride was the maid o! honor she was dressed in wbite. Only a few of the friends of the bride and groom were invited. The house was beautifully dee orated with flowers for the occasion. Both bride and groom are well know...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 April 1900

k?#T' ijfe Mr,1 ite-t tifS-S'L m§ in ilsfe -.'I hjM ll p-i I I If' Mt "H 1 f. $ i- 'xPS-f MT. MJBA8ANT NEWB. 'fTgrhoMi ^M'^k IM Me iiwhaM O. W, Kblnebart, 8. (irsndlsbt) and Wm. Harriaon. lira. Wm. Spotts wwit to Lincoln Nub. laat week ta make a short visit with j» lativee ahd friends. nw»^-* Jlk Mrs. Fidler is in Keoknk. Mrs. Bartlett hua recovered from the Mrs. A. Mason is better. Mis. & Wicks is not so well. Last Sunday morning at 10:00 A. v-r^w April IS, at the home of the bride's par* "IV «nts Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ArbuJkle oo cored the wedding of thirir daugnter Miss fidith to Mr. Henderson Tansel by Bar. Ifessft g. W. Rhinehart of the A. M. B. church. or ribbon, Tbe Both bride and groom are well known and highly respected. The best wishes of their host ol friends follow them through life's journey. Miss Lyda Bartlett has been elected delegate to represent the Sunday Sehool at the Sunday School convention which convenes in Keokuk June, 14nd 16 Miss Iona Mason was electa alte...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 April 1900

SUBSCRIBE FOR .jmm. .fK'-",:./':: $§$$? ^\'&,'- !'f^ V"1V y'xnvti -i&' 11/ANTED SEVERAL PEBSO VV trietonioe Managers la this s»*te to rep remit me in their own and surrounding count ies. Willing to pav yearly MOO. payable week ly.' Desirable employment with unusual op portunlttes. References exchanged. Enclose self-addreased stamped envelope. 8. A. -park, ISO ax ton Building, Chicago. fiat* you ewr uacd DAVIS'MECHANICS SOAP? UNQUESTIONABLY '-The Greatest Dirt Killer." 90e. a Boas of 3 Cakes, If not kept by your dealer, send us his nam&. S*nd lOe. £pr large full-sized cake. III IDOL or ALL CHICACO. Subscribe for the Bystander. MERRICK'S PURB NOK^ALOOHOUO FLAVORINO THE OLiDEST GOkO^ED JOUItflAlUf* IOWA and tbe leading paper in the North-vest. 4 •. It Goes Into 76 Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 Foreign Countries. Agents in 24 tovns in Iova and corres pondence from many different states. Its greatest friends are Mechanics, Machinists, Printers, Painters, Farmers, ...

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. — 20 April 1900

I I 'V3-' I* It: 1 $v \K v,: •Uv-'--' 'r *'.•' ^•fyyyP "aX \/J-. •$• V' ,.1: \A/ANTED SEVERAL PERSO VV triet Office Managers In this slate to rep resect m« in their own and surrounditur count tea. Willing to pav yearly MOO. payable week ly. Desirable employment with unusual op portunltlea. References exchanged. Enclose self'addressed stamped envelope. S, A.'Park, KO Caxton Building, Chicago. you ever used DAVIS' MECHANICS SOAP? UNQUESTIONABLY "The Greatest Dirt Killer." 90c. a Sox of 3 Cakes. If not kept by your dealer, send us his nam6. S4nd lOe. &r targe full-aixed eake. Its greatest friends are 4 nm. mot or ALL Mrciumrsi H. DAVIS SOAP CO., Mm, CHICAGO. Subscribe tor the Bystander. MERRICK'S PURE NONALOOHOUO FLAVORINB POWDERS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PS*•' wsmafm\ «Si»a •£&?* JMf* itf 5 f&rw- THE 4 "'.)^ «-K •V' ODDEST C0t»0f^ED JOUftfi/Khlfi IOWA and the leading paper in the North-vest. It Goes Into 76 Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 Foreign Countries. jf/- Agents ...

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. — 20 April 1900

nr lw \r\ fa1 IS 5 !li| I :ls| -Ui MEW IMM LAWS MANY IMPORTANT CHANGES MADE »it,?',' General Resume oI Work of Retiring Twenty-eighth Qeneral Assembly. CONTINUKD FROM I.AST WKKK. Of Intercut to Miner*. H. F. 124—Requires mine foremen, plt bosses and mining engineer after this year to be examined by the board of exam iners for state mine inspectors. Members of the board are to receive $! per day and actual expenses for not moire than seven ty days In the yar for this work. Persons trying to discharge the duties of The above named workmen without certifi cates from the mine exanriners are sub ject to a fine of $500 or six months' Im prisonment or both. Publication clause. S. P. 21—Requires monies earned by miners In the first half of fh« month to bj paid them bv th first Saturday after the JOth of the month, and tJwt earned in the last half to be paid not later than the first Saturday after the 5th of the ru-xt month. S. F. 38—Grants the right to bring suit •gainst any coal mine opera...

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. — 20 April 1900

ix out *«K*ocmir, lto«M box gssrr^!i ur player riven murmur sweetly inm le Wue rt-dl*pelUn« shotgun ~wO into' you -Feky i* ever lovely, ./ Feet«rt sotvg# are suiifc innocent bystander Bet In We lun*. -r/., V: tadies evil are pretty, be gentlemen are brave _re tine Juet-obaerved bystander r« decorated grave. »re tiiey drop their "r's" so softly they hold a cbat with you t4ie Innocent bystander has to be dropped, too. here the candidate who's beaten Uip nird says he's not. lereupon the said bystanders zy on a loadi of shot. here the breeze is ever singing jugb the 'leaves a serenade jidi you see the constant nashing ftlhe bowie's gleaming blade. Ih, she's down there In Kentucky, lilting' till I come for her, ut as long as things are this way, this spot I'll never stir. must leave frier In Kentucky— dtherward I'll not meander— aim not afraid, but I Just an Innocent bystander.' pearly 10f persons lost their lives the great lakes during' the past sea- |ope is believing that the unexpect ...

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. — 20 April 1900

J- ii***- Vte •. 1 if 'iS If liif i'f li I I "M? Nil '.'i '$•• '1 l* Vl $ '. '.5 ?. I ll il J-l "1 I •'•14\ 5 '. I *&•&•& ™... ~$m&m |M.i |R«iM«rv.vH» «kr' sww Iowa State Bystander, MY BTRTiKDER PPB. W"tS. DK8 MOINE8, ra' RACE ECHOES. Paul Lanrence Dnnbar, the fa moua Negro poet, is only 27 years old, He receives $110 a night for his engagements. 4 ••••-.•:• The race question is now fore shadowing ail qnestions of the day. Tillman ot South Carolina strug gled up against it a few days ago in Congress and got snch a thrash ing that "I guess it will do him tor a while."—Ex. The fire hundred Pullman car porters, headquarters at Pittsburg, have decided to form a union and join the National Colored Men's Railroad Association. The assessment of Fayette county, Ky., including the city of Lexington which has just been completed, gives $680,040 as the total taxable value of property owned by Negroes. There is quite a colored colony in Dawson City at present, but from lata repo...

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. — 27 April 1900

.V-rja j'.. r»T I1 1 vll!i Sf.\ flftilSl' »ltf VOL. 6. rCBUSBID BVIHY FRIDAY BY TH« BYSTANDER ,' PUBUSBIHG COMPASr, FIFTH AHD L.OOTJST. &S"* ROOM 406 MAUQUABDT BLOCK. SB* IOWA 'PaOH* 898. orricrAL PAPER OF the AFBOAMEBICAK PRO TB0T1VK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFJCIAL PAPEH OF, TH» MOST WOHSHIPFUL VtOXBD GUAND LODGB OF IOWA, ., A. r. ft A. M. TJHtHS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year ^tejnoBtbe. months Attorney Geo. H. Woodson of Mucha kinock was a Capitol City visitor Thura Jay to attend the colored meeting. 11.50 .60 All MbBcrlprtoa payable in advance. J. THOMPSON, EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER Ml moaey ky pertoffloe wlM. met •rt* UFFM or ML, to Tu I*WA KM 4YIVABDIB PIUIIUII CMPUY OMBmoBloatloiu mnit bi wrtttea MI «Me ef tbe pepar oalj and beef tateraet to pnbUo. "Brefity the teal ef vi '-^eeeMaiber. W% will aot return rejected maaueertpt —le« aooompaaiad by poatafa nempe. iOfi'S LBiDIIG COLORED PiPEB CITY NEWS. Get your coal at 1007 Center street. a Vote for H. H. Lewis to-morrow. for eon...

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. — 27 April 1900

I I 4$ I I DBS MOINES, hi Mh The darkest boar of human misery just before the dawn of Mr* Boxing boats which hive been held in the basement of the South Division High school, Chicago, under, the so*, pervislon of Principal Smith, have found favor in the eye® of the Board of Education authorities. Superin .tendent Andrews not only indorses the exercise, but says that he beiieres that boxing is the best sport In which the students can partake. wio are \he ten greatest men in the nineteenth century? This is a favorite conundrum just now across the water, but we have seen only one attempt to solve it in priht. It Is by a Dublin, Ireland, editor, and names Lincoln, statesman Napoleon, sol flier Darwin, scientist Thackeray, novelist Pasteur, medicine Froebel, educator: Beethoven, musician anl Morse and Stephenson, first masters of electricity and steam. Consular reform brought per* eeptibly nearer than It ever was before by the action of congressional com mittees. Both in the Senate and I...

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. — 27 April 1900

sp­ III'" vn mrtt 'liti.- lapk W|k finished Rob nervous. H« did .not lcao* tbef® lett«ni .wer« goIhg to r«wh he po«t Therowa^no station near. JUrla'.flaml ridlnf -l»--he had been Buenos AyW-about supper time, 4|nd game in wfiere Rob' was, ttill wearing his high boots and*carrying jhlf whip. Rob shuddered as be thought ~-0t w$at that| whip would do if Blvin discovered tin iettpr to his uncle. {'. "PlPishedT' asked the Englishman, looking at the neat rows of letters Rob' Ipul arranged. "Yes, sir." Blvin took up some of the last ones, And looked them over. He nodded, juid^ent tb his own room. He had *ot touched the letters among which •was hidden the'one to David Horton. "Now, if it only gets into the post •afely!" said Rob to himself. "But l|bw is it going to be done?" No more was said about the letters that night, and Rob did not dare put his plat} to escape into execution. He was so eager to have that letter off aafely that he resolved to remain an other day and watch events. And he...

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. — 27 April 1900

I TIDAL WAV! IN A l«M wvpm$t!? bw" 'v-i tlw Ibwtotw liMtintwi The moon was riding at the Very says the Century, and it dizzied «JM to look up to it, Each one stood ^•venly within the circle of his own vgielear-eut shadow on the ground, at that moment of the moon's transit, and the bore was due but it was "calm night, and it was three-quarters of an hour after our unaccustomed cars had caught the first far-distant, muttering undertone before the white i( thing was seen, a ghastly line advanc- Ing as evenly over the water, and as quickly, as the dark shadow of an eclipse sweeps over a landscape. Near •r and nearer It roared, growing great er and whiter, until we could see the Whole cascading, bubbling, frothing front, with spray-drops showering from the crest higher up in the moon light. With the roar of awful waters the dread thing came on, raising its white crest higher and higher as it licked the edges of the piles beyond which the junks lay. There were shouts and yells, and the us...

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. — 27 April 1900

^ssiflps» I. JJI IBM 4$ t, 1 isw $%**• gf i. ~&*i r-JsX i\', 4 •Dally. All other imwk^-^m' *•:i-• .-1 \j. "t- 4^f8**V $Wf ,- -v-^ ^1 v*¥^ v*w| **n M«M$lft»* n. *»t ri»- KwwumwwTr.-. Vy It Goes Into j6 DBS MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. |B}(„ C. R. X. A P., GOING EAST. ABKIVE. DEPART. HA g.Mn m, ....Chtcairo Limited.. ...*8:^ pm 4*9 p! a!: JDtf fibres. A Mall ..'4:45 18*80a»m-. ....Night Express .... .»lSi:5ft.am 19:40 p.S Day Express *IM \C .T..... Hawkeye Limited 7:00 am C. R. I. A P., GOING WEST. g:30 a.m Denver Limited *8:36 am f:( OjU p.m...Night Limited Express..«:40 am it 40 p. Day Express •14:80 pm a«5 a.m.Rocky Mountain Limited.«4:00 am s*ll:« a. Past Mall C. R-1. & P. TO KEOKUK. 11:82 a. Eldon 8 55 pm 3:10 p. Keokuk ... 7:10 am $$£ DBS MOINES & PORT DODGE. 0:30 p. m.Ruthven Mall & Express. 12:10pm -10:4ft ..'.Tata and Fort Dodge....4:45 XH«:££S»Minn. and St. PauT....*#:00 Ss40 £m..St. Paul and Minn. Flyer .8:30 am INDIANOLA & WINTBRSET BRANCH VJJiJO a... ........

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 April 1900

.:•• ~p\i:' ,l •iSi •.- Ijj Itad an elm that bant like a shepherd's crook. And the story we read In a greenvteaved Shookatopped th a buttereup border about Its edge tare we to rest in the shadow* cool, •alt way home from «oboolf the lovely laurel! -1 soe It now, Idke sunset spilled In a sky of grayt •And the regal trilliuras, how they sway! And the red asnleasslmper and bow, Like dancers that lead, scarce bow, In the minuet that the wind-burps play. ]one for the day with lesson and rule Halt way home from school. But thanks to the boy's courage, Iiis little sister Lois, in whose defeuce he made the fight, has but one light scar upon' her cheek. The two or three red 'marks still visible ou her hand and wrist, when contrasted with his wounds, show plainly horf Hale took the aggressive and bore the brunt of the battle. The fight was fought to the finish. ]t was nearly an hour after the eagles first sweeped down that a last lucky blow of the corn cutter brought the big female to the gro...

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. — 27 April 1900

«r m* ir. L, CM»-S^»ly« Wwnif wse^wlth 4h« V«lq^Dntlbil liblywith th« ditticnHy of J^ V'As everybody knows, lit of perfect piety and fine Mpeech.Unt one night, in |y weeks of his presidency, he sily on his pillow, andbiis im murmur in his sleep, -gevenhnndfed girJst" **. 1 UH'gnu J" r»'e. r. •?-*r |^V !t^** n© .1 ,..V Tfie eoet of preparing the Ameriean exhibit at the Parte exposition has been 1340,383. The largest item sal arjea ofe*perta—f72,045. mmm' Bishop Walaham Howe, like the motherd of Pierre and Thomas in the "BabBattads," was "of decent size, though mot particularly tall." He gives his height as Ave feet nine inohes, but on his first visit to Almottdbury to preach, the verger came to him in the vestry and said: "A've put a platform in t' i^ulp for ye you'll excuse me, but a little wan looks as if he was in a toob." TAOf nrrfitHar hft1iv*ifrn +ha+«n«f ttiielv*vks4 k.. 1 ely, leaving your blood pure and nourishing, your stomach and bowels clean and lively, and your liver and...

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. — 27 April 1900

sri nth rue* 'V? Hi! Mr imnntirni BU MOINES, e= ¥,r FRIDAY. s*» APRIL 7. THEY CUBE AND no ftVf mosey: The British Doctors fit Rooms 204-205 Marquardt Blook, are Curing all Cases They Treat Absolutely Free. They Accept no Pay Whatever, not even when Cures are Af fected. A staff of eminent phyiscians and surgeons from the British medical in stitute hare, at the urgent solicitation of a large number of patients under their treatment in Des Moines, estab lished a branch of the institute in this city, in the Marquardt block, room 204 and SOS, on the second floor. These eminent gentlemen have de cided to give their services entirely free, for three months (msdieines ex cepted) to all invalids who call upon them for treatment between BOW Dr. J. Boyd, the chief consulting sur geon of the institute will be in personal charge. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. No Sunday hours. SPECIAL NOTICE—If you can not call send stamp for question blank for borne treatment. Subscribe lor the Bvetander....

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. — 4 May 1900

^, II l'f i», •v t, Vi & -Vi# tA A ItYlftY FRIDAY BY VBB BY0TANDBB ttPAKY, tirrS ABl» IXHIDBt. MOVU «BlAHQDAHltt»IiOCK. ^^jpWA 'PMOM WW. Afi wm or tUM H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER •r tatiii TnltfA Ium I»—T be WILH— MI («l thepapw «sly aad he eC irtwuiH ii «lM SMl «C We will as* Mtan rejected auaaaartft *ipp«ll» by peaUfla 19*13 IBIDIK COLOBBD PAPBB. J|t:jdair coal at 1007 Center street. Jevrett DeGroff is reported having the Bmall-pox to-day. Mrs. C. H. Richardson does not seem to improve very much at present, her daughter, Miss Zoe is palled out hom« G. H. Cleggott and W. P. Leytrls have ^•opened barber shop at 312 W. Eighth sell cigars and to- Blagburn is making some Its on his house, a new adds mudh to the ap lis home. lattend the minstrel show rium the 9th instyou will khest jokes, the best music wgs. ptainment given by class tof the A. M. E. church socially and financially, over quite a nice sum to at department. Iqe Hicklin was call to St. aorning by the serious ill aother. Miss Hi...

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. — 4 May 1900

Iv^.v ft2 1 !vv:S ir 2 1 1 4 ". 4 r.5 '0'h 3 I I !z •j. 4 .'I f, ":i $tateByv »y mrRTAMOKB rwi. t»B» MOINES, IOWA. By and by ia the path that leads to '•ever. ••..•• It la useless to advertise for a lost opportunity !U ••V A man's conscience is either his best friend or his worst enemy. The truth that occupies a nutshell flnds some minds too narrow to give It room. The almighty dollar resembles some men It talks without saying any thing. Admiral Dewey will do well to keep his sea legs on if a Kentucky city has •ent him twelve bottles of the blue grass product Even at the present time there Is •nough lighting in the Central Ameri can republics to Justify the United Btates in fortifying the Nlcaraguan canaL John D. Rockefeller has offered to give Denison university $100,000 if the trusteed will secure other subscriptions •mounting to $125,000 before the close of the present term. What fun it Bust be for Mr. Rockefeller to see college trustees and presidents hus tle. Senator Vest recen...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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