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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 May 1900

jpea K:-' F#r 'in1 Vc. SV' f'v "j BiA* v5? I fcj» felt' *V*f Pi "6! Jf' PUBUSBRD I7IBT JIUfaAY BY THE BYSTANDER POBU8BINO COMPASY, FIFTH ANK I.OCDST. IOWA 'PBON* 809. OFriCXAt- FAPKB OKTHB Al HO AMBBICAK PBO- T80WV* ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. ORi0IAL FAFIB OF THE MOST W0K8HJPFUL DHtTBO GKAND LODGS OF IOWA, a. r.&A. m. W TBKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three months......... ................. ••.»u All subscription payable la advance. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. hid nouy bf ftiMIIot trite, mommf •rdar, nymi wjtntt, to Tn IOWA STATC 1miJDnP«blljUB| Company Communicattoaa mmt be written mm om 4M1 the paper only and be of interat to publlo. "Brarlty ta thi tool *f wtt," «om«mber. Wi will not return rejected manuscript accompanied by postage stampa. a) 101 'S LE IH33D PER. CITY NEWS Dr. J. W. Lawfcher who has •quite sick is able to be up again. been Miss Cora Smith, who has been sick 330 long, is seen out on our streets again. i'j- Mrs. C. W. Henry bad Mrs. Anna J. Murray to spend a...

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. — 25 May 1900

Ui ••mr 1 Ijl W tn? .• si 1 I -Ms*'* lowaStiateBystaiidcf- «i umAiniiB run. co» JDK8 MOINES, fewA. KOTES FROM THE CAPITAL v.* *NVYS %*r FOIL -M, DKS MOIICM, May 24 1900. The Des MoipeS National, the Citi sens' National and the Valley Nation al banks have filed in the district court appeals from the recent decision ,|Of the board of review refusing to de 'anet from the amount of their capital SSpfpv,.. «tock investments the proportion of capital invested in government jfconds January 1, the time the assess v. anent was made. All the banks charge ithat the capital stock was assessed up *o stockholders at its real value with out reference to the bonds and that no deductions were made on their account. They charge that under the national laws as well as those of the state the stockholders are entitled to a deduc tion for the amount of capital stock in Tested in bonds, the bonds to be fig ured at their par value. The Citizens' National bank, with a capital stock of $200,000, held $210,20...

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. — 25 May 1900

Wif A''-: MEFUL1CONDUCT OF DEM OCBATS IN CONORES*^ 5?$ ifitHNe iMtl »nd KSIMT ^W«t ^fc lB tht Kwuu Platform Cow tto*7 of »nd Ordsr In ths on *r»smen Lents and Sulzer have jinated their most remarkable con bet ot *n Inquiry that ever be slrche4 ft United States congress, jiey heaped personal abuse on Re ibllcan members of the committee as ell as on the opposing attorneys and fitnesses. They hesitated not to draw lie most offensive Inferences. They leslUted dot to charge men with tha tost sordid motives. They hesitated |ot to indulge In personal threats. tunately for them they were not iken #ith great seriousness. Only bnce were they really brought to with short turn. Chairman Hull had been goaded almost beyond human endur Ince. Livid with anger he shook his •t under the nose of Lentz, whose iving eye avoided him. "You have gone as far with mer as you dare," he cried. Lentz went no further. He light bully, but his physical courage lust not be put to too severe a test. The very first w...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 May 1900

)W-an i&fiEw t—T The mtW which Wm to have been |rlren at the A M.K.p»rson»ga on lMt ITcdoMdi evenlngf wm postponed jj^ |v^«cc6«ni the inclementweather. •$:& JL I little babe was welcomed Into a happy home, To share its joys and its pleasures, Until the Lord should come. ZBnt alas! just seven months had gone, When God visited its home And took it from its earthly friends To an ever lasting abode. Sometimes be laughed sometimes he cried, But no one dared to deny That friends may eome and friends will go, Bat nose can fill the place of Alonzo. His body lies in a lonely grave upon the hill. "Yet we all say that it was God's own will To call him from friends so nigh v2\ftv Damon and hi* orchestra have oeen engaged at the opening for the season of the Town Country club at Comanche, on' Wednesday evening, May23 m* %%mm The cfouneBcefiienTexercised of the Clinton Sigh School takes place on the evening of June 7. The class this year numbers 3d young ladies and gentle* men, of which n...

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. — 25 May 1900

"VVaajn.^ ountea $ tarted eation I chers? '4 ladel^l s, but omen la not so the 3 for sent °isi In. A chool stab- \i sup. bur. A our $i who sked to pria ation 4k de a 14 m. •10.00, a» i'ihn i, »K, Z?1* 'i ht Wih "$&< Mii: $ IL\ 'i*', •it..'T••'• WZyi r\. idfiy 13 MOINES, PASSENGER TRAINS. C. R. I & P., GOING EAST. BUVE. DEPAKT. BO p. Chtcago Limited «9:3P |B p. in.. ...Day Express & Mail ..4:45 pm a. m. Night Express. *12:56 am p. m.' Day Express *1 00 pjn Hawkeye Limited 7:00 am C. R. I. & P., GOING WEST. a.m. .. ..Denver Limited *8:35 am Kp.m... Night Limited Express..6:40 am lp. Day Express •18:60 |a. in.Rocky Mountain Limited.•4:00 am a. Fast Mail C. K-1. & P. TO KEOKUK. El don ..8:55 pm Keokuk 7:10 am JipES MOINES & FORT DODGE. Hp. m.Ruthven Mail & Express. 12:10 ra. m....Tara and Fort Dodge....4:45 m....Minn and St. Paul... .•9:00 tn m,.St. Paul and Minn. Flyer ,8 3U am jjlANOLA & WINTERSET BRANCH. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ||?4ri,i"-' 'WrE Mail 4:40 ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 May 1900

*j 51 '1 3 If J* jj I 'Jf ^M^-^gsaxStf^i Aeongreeunaa tell* the story ng selected to deliver a eulogy on aased oelleague Wbbm he had nol Jcnofcrn.heoonsulted Mr.Reed, ftia J/tho speaker, upon what to say. "Say "anything except the truth," .was jipbr "it's customary." 1 4itei^^^fnt ecclesiastical gather* ^4ng, as the clergymen were trooping •j'Jnto luncheon, one of the most unctuous ^.observed: ''Now to put a bridle on ¥"#'iour appetites." "Now to put a bi* be* titween my teeth." retorted the Bishop pof Winchester, Dr. Randall Davidspn. ^"""V .-i An old tradition recounts that when William the Conqueror landed for the first time on English soil, he slipped and fell on his face. Divining by ta atrift intuition that his followers might regard this as an evil omen, he rose with his hands full of earth, and exclaimed: "Thus do I take possess ion of England! I grasp it vyith both hands." At one time, daring the border war, jays Mrs. Julia Ward Howe in her •'Reminiscences," John Brown had ...

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. — 25 May 1900

fe i^ rwm mrmism&f "V ^BfHTUfccu, Z&HUIHEtomUM riLL BOURIN nnnf**fei SULKY PLOWS, xvimAmasA MAHMWa* nDADQV*E* DISCOVERY fires I Q**.ck relief and worul Met. Book of tteMaoontals and le m. bays'curea treatmeat n.KKiui'aMii.ini. Auaau.ea. /W- N. U.f Oes Moia«., Mo. 31—1900 A 25c. 50c. W^l' f'li l/nt mm To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy How arctic children tins spring? ^Com plaining a good deal of hcadachc.'can't study as well as usual, easily fall asleep, and are tired all the time how is it with yourself Is your strength slipping away Do you tremble easily, are your nerves all unstrung, do you feel dull and sloppy, and have you lost all ambition? That's Nearly every one needs a good spring medicine a medi-| cine that will remove impurities from the system, strengthen the digestion, and bring back the old force and vigor to the nerves. A perfect Sarsaparilla is just such a medicine a Sarsaparilla that contains the choicest and most valuable ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 May 1900

•M«% k", rt IH "1 '\k] St §. 'iv'T ''A 1 III $ ftp MMS*W ^9«ii»v«kA)(niEi rtra a* f»ES MOINES, IOWA. MAY 2S FRIDAY, Mrs. Anna J. Marry, the only colored delegate tothe National Mother's Con gress, assembled in oar city this week, has made a great name for herself and race. She to a true representative of our race, and the favorable impression she left with the Congress will never be forgotten, She is welt educated,tall and with her grey hair, erect statue, modest simplicity, hon est and open expression. All bespeak that pure character cultured and refined attainments which made her the center of attraction. The kindness and courtesies extended her by the Des Moines' people, both white and colorsd, were many and Mrs. Murry requested the Bystander to extend the Des Moines' people her sincere thanks tor their hospitality. She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox (white) 2416 Kingman avenue. She will leave lor the east Saturday. ALABAMA CONFERENCE. Last week the white people called a con...

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

8:r or se. ,s!j ov i- the it Off OTTBUSBBD wv r,lf "S A Ai VSi Wr«RY FRIDAY BY THB 406 BYSTANDER jpni«i.iamKQ company. Finn aku i.ocost. ROOM MAHQUAHDT W#&,- BLOCK.' .-.«wil ,PiMW«.8»v •rtMlCIAt PAPBH Or tHK AfRO AMBRICAR PRO tbctivk association of xowa. OrFiCIAt PAPIR OF XH* MOST WORSHIPFUL UKfXSli OHAND LODOK 01 v» OF IOWA, A. a F. & A. M. t&rus of subscription. one rear................... ...*......11.50' fitK motttbs........i• 7j Tbree months............ 60 All subscription payable in advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARb. MANAGER. Brad money by poetoffice trier, mowtf 4 j- mdmt, expreee or draft, to T» Iowa Intimi Publlshlac Compaay tg OmmttBieatlou mart be written mm om «f the paper only and be of la tercet to ,. E*e pabUa. "Brevity Is the eoal ef wtt," member. ,'fjj will aot return rejected manueoript jl aooompanled by pottage ewmpe. KIOI'S ts i! JI IUD P£B. Mrs. Wm, Fletcher, is visiting her ^relatives in St Joseph Mo., this week. v# ^5 iv, Mrs. C. H. Ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

i* 4&\ 4 "v' ^Ir .*•«, 1 W njL'iv. iw ©k feM.s mm v}$" *Y«T«*NDUirVB.e?. D*FT WOINE8, MM §K CONGRESS. mm ••,•.'.("••.•• n, May ».—DlscuMioa of the Ulppine bill «u continued in U»e WIM to-day by Morgan of Alabama. On the ItMMl question of the ownership end govern* Bent by the United States of the Philippine lalaada lie IM In accord with Senator* and Spooner. but he reirarded the .pending measure as unwise and dangerous legislation, because of the treat power placed the HOUSE. The house practically completed considera tion of the Alaska civil government bill. -t Cooper, of Wisconsin, chairman of the commit tee on inisular aflairs. presented a favorable re port on the resolution calling upon the post master general for information regarding the reports of E. U. Rathbone. director of posts in Cuba. Adopted. Ahother resolution from the same committee, introduced by Jones, of Vir ginta. calling upon the secretary of war for a report in detail of the payments made and to whom, from the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

CHAPTER II (Continued.) She knelt behind the curtain of her rindow as the troop came near, es corting their leader to his home, but ker father knew this way of hers, and ent a glad giance upward as he dls nounted. Adina saw and understood ^he look, and quick as thought, glanced upward, too but while the look of Tephthah lingered on Namarah's case lent, the look of the young man was lastily withdrawn, and even in the golden flush of the sunset the hue of lis cheek deepened. Namarah saw that it did, and the consciousness sud ienly reminded her that she was thinking of some one else beside her father, at the moment of his return from battle, and that was a thing that iad never happened before. She rose to her feet and flew down the stairs to meet Jephthah at the entrance to lis chamber, as the body of soldiers passed onward down the street. Into his arms Bhe a ,f S ,*1^ A Story of Patriarchal Times. -A hi3 lOr from ^'.m-, as was her custom, I'lftdl him to his favorite seat, that stood ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

*4 If* IOME WONDERFUL WOUNDS. i» V' tk* |N»t la HW Math AMm Wftt pFrom Moot rirer Sir William Hco Connie, England's distinguished mr $ Cum, who took the field with the «oi dtora in South Africa,aends to the Lon don Lancet an interesting set of notes on the remarkable bnllet woujada he has seen recently. "The'greater num ber of these wounds," he says, "were caused by the Mauser toilet, and near* Jy all presented the characteristic fea tures—a small circular, slightly de pressed area covered by a black scab. The exit wounds often were similar, but a little larger, sometimes presanr Ing a scar like an incised wound and difficult to discover. When I saw them a week or ten days after the injury they were for the most part healed. How these bullets fail to damage vital Structures lying immediately in their path is nothing short of marvelous. /The proportion of fatal cheat wounds to those that are recovered from is be lieved to be small, but what tbe pro portion precisely is cannot yet be ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

|J}V'\, Vt DES 1 ,J .• I 1 .• 1 1 $7/ *w cl?^j W MOINES PASSENGER TRAINS. C. R. X. & P., GOING EAST. ARKIVE. 4 DEPART. 9:30 p. Chicago Limited •9:3Ppm 4 39 p. in.. ...Day Express & Mail ..4:4ft 18:S! a. ..Night Espress *l2:&f> a 18:40 m.... Day Express ..'...•1:00 pm .... .......... Hawkeye Limited 7:C0am C. R. I. & P., GOING WEST. 8:30 a. Denver Limited......•8:35 am 9v55 p. m...Night Limited Express..6:40 am 12:40 p. Day Express »ii:Wpm 3:55 a. m. Rocky Mountain Limited.4^:00 a '•11:40 a. ra Fast Mall C. R" I. & P. TO KEOKUK. 11:52 a. xn Eldon 8 55 3:50 p. Keokuk 7:10 am DES MOINES & FORT DODGE. 6:30 m. Ruth veil Mail & Express. 13:10 10:45 a-'m ...Tara and Fort Dodge... 4:45 8:30 p. m..,.Minn and St. Paul....*9:00 6:40 a- m,,St. Paul and Mian. Flyer .8:30 am INDIANOLA & WINTBRSET BR VNCH. 11:80 a. Mall 4:40 00 p. m.Wimerset Accominodatlon.8:45 am •1.10pm Indlunola Express S:*0 a. iWAGO GREAT WESTER!?—N ORTH 4. m.Cbicagoand St Paul Um.«8.30 ...Ch...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

II V'A pJi-i 8® •.VP- iMI ft *V :%$ .v« CHICAGO LETTER. •Mm. A. Emmagene Paul, superin {V{|itendeht of the Second ward street cleaning, may well be called the Oolo net Waring of Chicago. Twenty years •go, according to Mrs. Paul, she Iras exactly the type of woman that con stituted the despair of theWlolent woman suffragist. §11.' One day In her usually lifeless mood •he picked up the daily paper and her eye chanced to light upon a little ed itorial In reference to a woman who had also suffered, but who bad risen above her grief and was making her life a distinct blessing to humanity. Something in the spirit of the article aroused Mrs. Paul to a sudden resolve, •nd when her mother came into the room she quietly announced her inten tion of going back to Chicago. To Iher family the very idea was mad ness, but neither illness nor influence .^Ji eould deter .Mrs. Paul from her pur pose, and to Chicago she came with A no definite plan as to what she going to do, but believing that some wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 June 1900

The apartment house ipay is a flat failure. ®nter- phis gwrttb^A^^J^'^Pturotii fetters. He wrote fclortelf out ia inonths, and thenerased visitlngr ,«sU writing |t» otteof his let he sent to "tops of love tod ol kis*i$» But this did not her, She. sued for breach ol KmYse and the Jury awarded her pg,ooo. i,n•'••• feaf Lukarlant lutfr Wltib Its youthfai color assured br _ii..vm*a Uim ttiOia Qf I'lRKIB'l HAIBBII.SA». io»*»coa*s, the b««t curt for mxpuco***, corns. lSctt* Trying to keep up appearance keeps aany big itaan down. Do your clothes look yellow If so. uss faple City Soap. It will make them whue in. Bold by all grocers. that doesn't Mrs. Wbtslow's Soothing 3yrop. lor children Methlng, »oft«n» the Kam(, reduces in* [jainmatloa,allayspaln.oares wind colic. 85c a bottle. The bachelors in the state of New |Y?i'k outnumber the spinsters by 120, 1000. »g»• ________ MUST NOT IMITATE CURB. Joseph W. Burgess of the firm of Burgess & Van Horn, chemists, and Harry Lay and W. T. Fuge, ...

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. — 1 June 1900

I dt III y:~ Bystander, run. co. TOWA. FRIDAY. JUNE RACE The colored people of Lonisvillft ,Kyv will give a fair during August ft* Jn 1870 there was not a coloret •i'lad bookkeeper to be found in this country. Todaj we have about 350. i',, The census lately taken on the island of Cuba gives a total popu lation of 1,572,997. Of this num ber, 520,300 are termed Negroes. The National Convention of the National Colored Personal Liberty League will be held June 19th and 20th at Philadelphia, Penn. The Vesta Cotton Mill at Char leston, S. C., is doing a wonderful work in cotton fabrics. The best of order prevails, and white and colored work side by side. Dr. Daniel Brown, a graduate from an Indiana Medical College of the class of 1900, has been ap pointed in the city dispensary of Indianapolis after a competive ex amination. Elder Preston Taylor, leads all Nashville for fine horses. His team took the prize in parade of the Roses Dewey Day. He is called the leading funeral director of Nash...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 June 1900

HU Hit!?" if! Hpt, r a AflN MV »n '.. lSiy fe )wa. 'J1 3 Xl vb] ,* OVriCIATi PAPEE & ^W s, fc*1, 6, ynBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY BY TUB liYSTANDER ppm.raHTNO COMPANY, FIFTH ANU I.0CC8T. Ji'S ROOM 405 MAUQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 899. OF THE Ab'KO-AM HKIOAN l'UO TtfCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WOHSHIIWI. UNITED OK AND LODGE OF IOWA, A P. & A.M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 11.50 Six months 75 Three months to) All subscription payable in advance. J. I, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Btttd money by po«tofflo» irdu, aoMf •rdw, cxprm or draft, to Taa Iowa •tmakdh Publishing Company Oommnnloatlona mnit be written mi om Me of (bo paper only and be of interestto AepabUo. "Brevity la th* tool «f wit," remember. Wt will sot return rejected manuscript «al«M accompanied by postage scamps. 1011'S 1EIDI8G COLORED PIPER, CITY NEWS The 'Bystander is six years old today. Liteary every Tuesday evening at 3:30 P. M. atMt. Nebo Baptist church Rev. Wright, of Boon...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 June 1900

I&f Ut -^t* 4. !&a |/i r, Js i' S TILNEFL. W£i a State Bystander flr«9TAM0EK rUM. CO- ...••- *!&.ni IOWA. PERSONALS. Newburyport, Mass., received $20, 000 from John Rand Spring, of San Francisco, and |4,500 by the will of the ttr^i late Stephen W. Marston of Boston. 5&S The doath of Cross, the Liverpool 'animal dealer, removes the most ex tensive procurer of wild animals of fetfj procurer modern times. He was the first to in troduce rare beasts into European menageries. Rev. John E. White of Raleigh, has been elected president of the Baptist Female University of that city. He is the secretary of.the Baptist Mission Board, and one of the oldest Baptists in North Carolina. A silver tablet in memory of John G. Whittier has been placed in the Quaker meeting house at Amesbury, Mass., where the poet once worshiped. The church was built in 1851, and the details of its construction were left by the society to the care of Mr. Whittier. Guatelli Pasha, who died in Constan tino...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 June 1900

Sp 'i r'Y |J««TANDER PCB. ML DCS MOINES, IOWA. PERSONALS. f^frhe literary proclivities of King Os "«ir of Sweden and Norway led him to C$1 on Henry James and §Mqftiyme While in London recently. .„':^.VV Mrs. Criferon, widow of' the Rough Elder captain killed in the Spanish war, recently stilled for the Philippines lor service as a Bed Cross nurse. Prank W. Hackett. the new assist ant secretary of the navy, is a gradu ate of the Harvard class of *41, and is president of the Washington Harvard Alumni association. One day recently the public library of Newburyport, Mass., received $20, 000 from John Rand Spring, of San Francisco, and $4,500 by the will of the late Stephen W. Marston of Boston. The death of Cross, the Liverpool dealer removes the most ex procurer of wild animals of modern times. He was the first to in troduce rare beasts into European menageries. animal $|£l tensive tr Rev. John E. White of Raleigh, "lias been elected president of the Baptist ilt^ ^emale University of t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 June 1900

VF\ li'T :iv .' A A- 't'V Vfe I t'fri M- JAI "M1 ••^V' fjf&A Story of Patriarchal Times. Sy awW..* v, '....•' CHAPTER IV. Bat Namarah raised her handstand hid her face from sight, and Adina's vole* began to tremble as he spake to her again, and said, full tenderly: "Didst thou not know, Namarah, when I told thee I would send thee a .message by thy* bird, but that I lacked the courage, that that message was my love for thee? As God beholds me, maiden, my heart hath even been knit to thine since first my eyes fell on thee and if thou love me not, my life is all over for me." Still was Bilent the maiden Namarah, "•o that Adina's heart grew cold with fear within him, and his voice brake AS he spake once more: if, "'l go forth to battle, O maiden, to fight against the enemies of .the Lord and to shield thy father. It may be that death awaits me,, and if thou hast ih thy heart'aught of tenderness toward me, I pray thee speak, or let me go to death and silence and forgetful ness". »r^ ...

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