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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 July 1900

$- iT 3^ (Continued.) jro John Martin met him with an ibid-fashioned English welcome and Hendrick was ushered Into the sitting iroom, where sat Nancy and her lover. iNancy greeted him heartily, if some what shyly: "I am glad to see you, Hendrick— llet me introduce you to Mr. Harvey. iDick, this is our friend, Henry Hoop stad." "I am very glad to know you we ican't have too many friends these jtroublous times. You look like a flgbting man. I hope you are with "118 "I cannot flght against Miss Martin's 'countrymen, and the blood in my veins is more English than Dutch. I am on my way now to volunteer." "Then we are well met I am enroll ing a body of volunteers to act as scouts. I saddle in a few hours, so if you are willing we go together." "I ask nothing better. But what of iMiss Martin—surely she must not stay itteFG." "I am glad you add your entreaties jto mine. I am trying to persuade Mr. Martin and Nancy to retire to the coast until danger is past." "That's all right, Dick," answe...

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. — 13 July 1900

umx #p h& *7 'T*. JcV .". 1- I !,*?«* »k* r,{ MT, PLKA8ANT. M*. and M.K Burnott entertained at luncheon Mrs. Archie Scott and children and Mrs. Hackney of St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Archie Scott and children and MI A. Hackney left for their home* in St. l'aul, Minn., Monday. July 2. They ex pected to visit in Oskaloosa, Iowa, the guest of Mrs. Scott's sister Mrs. M. Mose ley. The little infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Robert Anderson died last Monday alternoon of the whooping couch. She was throe months and twenty days old. The family have the sympathy of the com luunity in this their first breaking of the family circle. The funeral was held from the house, Tuesday at 2 P. _M. Rev. Rhinehart preaching. Mesdames Trimble and Reed went to Bos Moines last Tuesday A. M. to attend the grand session of the Odd Fellows. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carter entertained Rev. Rhinehart and wife last Monday to dinner in honor of the fifteenth anniver sary of their daughter. Myra. Mr. George Logan left last ...

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. — 13 July 1900

I 1 br-v W''ft f^ •tf/' if vV •v/l-ii \I/ANTED—SEVERAL BRIGHT AND VV honest per-sons to represent us as Mana gers In this and close by counties. Salary 900 a year and expenses. Straight, bona-flde, no more, no less salary. Position permanent. Our references, any bank in any town. It is mainly offloe work cokducted at home. Refer ence. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope The Dominion Company, Dept. 3, Chicago. Bend SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Iowa State Bystander THE ODDEST COUO^ED JOI/^JW If* IOWA and the leading paper in the North-vest. It Goes Into Hill D^&mm will clow out at to'a io'each hlfkM MO.00, and freight chance*.* Machine weigh*180 we will lackia*Calalegat, tuttli.tO the greatest ralae Counties in Iowa 76 SMcS States in the Union 29 Foreign Countries. 2 Agents in 24 towns in Iowa and corres pondence from many different states. wheel: (rive color, height of frame and (tear wanted and price from arc ourselvea WL I IUIIwi bnCJIr fVVlECLOa m^mmmm If you UQ||1^ai'wheelmuch fciea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 July 1900

[j jPt I I- I I 1 If V: lis fi§n. Ma Oefeats Troops and Re occupies Arsenal (ENGAGEMENT OF SIX HOURS. |AMIa4 Army 8«B.n termly from Uek j.,,. of B«wy Guns and C»nlix—Alllee la ^'immediate Danger of General De —€»ble(nm from Remy. London, July 13.—The Express pub lishes a dispatch from Tlen-Tsin, dated Friday via Che-Foo, saying: "Gen. Ma has defeated the allied troops and reoccupied the Chinese eastern arsenal, after inflicting great loss upon its defenders. The engage ment lasted six hours and was fought with great determination by both aides. "The Chinese eventually utilised the effective guns of the fort abutting on the city walls near the Taotai's ya men, the allied troops suffering se verely from lack of heavy guns and cavalry. "The Japanese commander sent an urgent appeal to hurry re-enforce ments, as the allies were in imminent danger of a general defeat" Tlen-Tsin, July 4.—The late chief of tpolice of Port Arthur has arrived there. He reports that the Chinese nave sacked and...

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. — 13 July 1900

£}, -1*"'' Tirn^ The man who eats the p*g«i of., th« book with hit Angers flow ttol under stand why it to wrong to eat with hia knife. BIISSI Jm*** AB*Iom. Japan 1b alarmed, over the emigra­ tion of many of her residents to this country, who are lured here by mis representation. This is like the mis representation which delude people Into believing that any other medicine Is equal to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters for stomach disorders. It will cure Indigestion, constipation and dyspep. lia. The girl who wonders if she is in love is not in love. Mrs. Wloslow's Soothing ayrnp. for cblldrca teething, softens the |umi, reduce* UmmMlou, sllay pain, cores wind colic, aseatwttl* One pleasant companion is worth a shipload of commonplace fellow travelers. •r|TS P«uintl^Dnl.Solti ornsrransnesssftM •rat day'* dm of Dr. Klins's Great N«tn R.storsr. 6B. nd (or FREE 99.00 trial battle and traatina. B. H. Kum*. Ud..»31 Arch St.. PhUadelpbia. Pa. The dearest child is the one too young to know that 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. — 13 July 1900

w* tlx tVi ®SIS 1 4 I *M W a- tion 5 Bystander fjx »T BYSTANDER PUB. CO. i'1^4,}. iBBB KOINES, -v .f IOWA. FRIDAY. JULY 13. THE NEGRO OF THE NINE TEENTH CENTURY. Special to Bvatander. ,, (Continued from last week) And I am so thankful that the noblest off-springs of time are the last and the best, for it has brought great tidings of joy to us and it, is but em bodiment of a vision which our fore fathers from the beginning of slavery eherished, when they thought of free dom some day beyond the mountains and seas, but in the South very little freedom is given the Negro today and a| I have afore said no civilization praetieed at all. I have often wonder ed if some of the white race know the words in which one of their own poets defines civilization he says, "the free air of a free country the thought of independency given to every man re gardless to race or color would lessen the idea of distinction between the white and black," but why is it they don't practice that formula, surely th...

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. — 20 July 1900

V' l&iS*-, 9 I if-v IVJ\ v'T4' 1^,^' i&Jsfttf I the excursion. -v Mf." PVBUSHBC EVERY FIUDAY BY TflK BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIITC'H AND t.OCDST. 1100M 405 MAKQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 899. ornciAii paper or the afhoamericah piio- TECTIVW ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFiCIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL. UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.-. #1.50 Six months 75 Three months 50 All subscription payable In advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP, MANAGER. Send money by postcfllce order, money order, express or draft, to the Iowa State Bystan- dbk Publishing Company, Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of Interest to the pub ic. ''Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript, un ess aocompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Remember the Old Settlers picnic will be August 9. Mr. D. Koy who has been quite sick is improving this week. Presid...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 July 1900

kr Ihi' .t 1/ (tf* 1 1 I! *y I 1 6r. 1 fe! ^StateB^P' 'I' :".1' BYS-'ANOKB FUD. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. Aa an evldencs of biind cisdullty the action of ths South Chicago workmen Who hare accepted the story that iu pfets age and generation men are lock- In a mill and forced to labor against their will la assuredly unsurpassed. ^iThey would believe anything, even th« i|^%^Nntrd tales of witches and hobgoblins. Youth and age seem to be on even terms In politics. Mr. Morgan of Ala bama and Mr. Gear of Iowa have Just been re-elected to the Senate, although |both of them have passed their three score years and ten by half a decade. Hfr. Beverldge of Indiana, on the other (hand, is hardly more than half the age of either of them, and yet he is not the youngest man in the upper bouse. Mrs. Mary Bryan Cobb, W. J. Bry an's great-grandmother, is alive, and has Just celebrated her ninety-seventh birthday. She is the eldest of the surviving daughters of the revolution, ber father having been Major...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 July 1900

4* 1 .Russia Hands Passport to the W*'t ifc* Mongolian Minister, 'CZAR'STROOPS CAPTURE AIGUN A Hard Battle Was 'Fought There Ac cording to a Report from Irkutsk— Tuan Leads Army of a MUlion Chinese •—China'* Heavy Ioait London, July 20.—Russia has handed the Chinese envoy at St. Petersburg his passports and requested him to leave the country with the members of his mission. This news was received in London from reliable sources. St. Petersburg, July 20.—The general staff announces that Russian troops shave captured Aigun in a hard battle, iaccording to a report from Irkutsk. The report that Blagovetchensk has u'een captured' by the Chinese is de nied. Thousands of Chinese Killed. London, July,20.—A special dispatch !from Tien-Tsin distributes the number' of those killed at the capture of the •native city as follows: Russians, 100 Japanese, 57 British, 40, and Ameri cans, 37. The correspondent who sends this asserts that thousands of Chinese were killed, and that lighting was still g...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 July 1900

\-iWM IRK |l 3 i. *1 L. •m te \X {1 I I I l'v MUCHAKINOCK NEWS. 8. Joe Brown of Texas has returned to oat city alter an absence of several moritl Eev. Wilson Carter, ex-pastor of the U. Il-V. Baptist church, leaves for his home in Virginia this week, after several* weeks risking.' Miss Sarah Porter of "Missouri has re lumed to our oity. The largest excursion that has left our city was the excursion of July 12th, under the management of A. Perkins, run by the Patriarche lodge of this place Over two hundred were on the train from Mschakinock, Oskaloosa and Evans, ao compained by the Muchakinock Cornet Band. When they airircd in Dts Moines they formed a lioe of march and marched to the reception hall. At 3:30 o'clock the grandest parade ever witnessed in the state by any lodge took place. The band headed the parade and received a number of compliments for their music and mili tary deportment. Promptly at 7:30 the band gave a concert, plajing several se lections, in front of the hall. I...

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

sp'HaWi K1' !s ,* ijife itA' fi Wi '•'TI«V .SI CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist" Church —situated on Uth St., between Crocteer and School Sts. Pleaching at 11 A. M. Snnday School at 18 o'clock Preaching, at 7 P. M. Rev. S. Bates, Pastor. St. Paul A. M. E.—Corner ol Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pnsttor, Preaching 10.80 a. m. Sunday school 8.39 p. m., Mr. M. E. Houston, Superintendent: Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8 00 p. m. Burn's M. E.—East Second and Des Moines stwet.—Sunday services, preaching at UrflO a.m. and4p. m. Sunday School at 12:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 920 Des Moines street. Mount Xebo Baptist Church—E. Second street. between Locust and Grand aveaue—Sunday :, service, preaching at 11 a. m. ...

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. — 20 July 1900

r? i# 1 I ON THE VELDT 3®^ (Conclusion.) The day broke at last, and the -guards entered the tent and cut the 'bonds that bound the prisoner's legs. iThe upper part of his face was envel ioped in a thick woolen muffler, and fchus blindfolded he was led out to die. His grave was already dug, and they stood him beside it. The firing party iconsisted 'of four men three of the •rifles held blank cartridges and the fourth was to deal the death blow, ibut none of them knew who held the ^deadly weapon. The firing party were in charge of an officer who held a revolver in his hand. Should the prisoner be alive after the party had fired, it was the officer's duty to execute the sentence himself. "Present! Fire!" The rifles rang out, and Hendrick stood by his grave unhurt. Without a word the officer advanced to within three paces of the doomed man, rais ed his revolver, and a bullet crashed through Hendrick's brain. He fell forward, and then rolled on his back, the bandage slipped from his eyes...

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 July 1900

wra i« *u *roi ^:t1' £#«A 2» f# &Sia ®U'~ m-i *$ ""id =.WLVVV STO Iff _J»3R«k The day mmM guards entered the tent and cut the 'bonds that bound the prisoner's legs. iThe upper part of his face was envel loped in a thick woolen muffler, and fthus blindfolded he was led out to die. iv His grave was already dug, and they stood him beside It The firing party (Consisted'of four men three of the 'rifles held blank cartridges and the fourth was to deal the death blow, ibut none of them knew who held the •deadly weapon. The firing party were in charge of an officer who held a revolver in his hand. Should the prisoner be alive after the party had fired, it was the officer's duty to execute the sentence himself. "Present! Fire!" The rifles rang out, and Hendrick stood by his grave unhurt Without a word the officer advanced to within three paces of the doomed man, rais ed his revolver, and a bullet crashed through Hendrick's brain. He fell forward, and then rolled on his back, the bandage ...

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 July 1900

ti At the oooeluslon of a aermon by well known San Francisco divine, Reporter there in pursuit of duty came forward and asked for the text,- says the Wave. The minister quoted the book, chapter and verse from which it was taken. "But can't you give me. the wording?" asked the scribe. "You ean look it up in the Bible." "But I am afraid we haven't any Bible at the Examiner office." "Are you heath en at the Examiner?" thundered the ^igood man. "Well," said the reporter, ijg"\ve ain't the Topelta Capital, by a -gdarned sight!" '"H The big wheel at the Paris exposi tion is 348 feet in diameter, and its cars seat 1,600 passengers. The Fer ris wheel was only 250 feet in diam eter. The Trust Problem "v fo a thoughtful mind is one of ser ious import, for it creeps upon so ciety before you are aware of its ex istence* in this respect much resem bling the various disorders which at tack the stomach, such as constipa tion, indigestion and dyspepsia. Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters is the one relia...

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 July 1900

K?C 5- :s ff A* the oooelusion of a sermon by a well keown San Francisco divine, a Reporter there in pursuit of duty came forward land asked for the text,' says, the Wave. The minister quoted the book, chapter and verse from which it. was taken. "But can't you give me. the wording?" asked the scribe. "You I can look it up in the Bible." "But I am afraid we haven't any Bible at the Examiner office." "Are you heath en at the Examiner?" thundered the good man. "Well," said the reporter, "we ain't the Topeka Capital, by a darned sight!" The big wheel at the Paris exposi tion is 348 feet in diameter, and its cars seat 1,600 passengers. The Fer ris wheel was only 250 feet in diam eter. Th« Trust Problem To a thoughtful mind is one of ser ious import, for it creeps upon so ciety before you are aware of its ex istence, in this respect much resem bling the various disorders which at y-vtack the stomach, such as constipa %r"tion, indigestion and dyspepsia. Hos' tetter's Stomach Bitters is the...

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 July 1900

Mi§t *r3 I :t wA^ Jv dfe \\M IsfcPt H©S.v ,r4fj§, Hi mm IX BMTANDKB PCTk CO. ©lis MOINES, FRIDAY, JULY ROTBSQF IBB ItSOIS IT OTTDIf i. 1 ., -.•.-t-y• 1 ,• It was the best attended grand lodge the Masonn have had in years. AH the lodges in the jurisdiction were represented except one. All who attended were well satisfied vc ith results. The lodge reported all subordinate lodges in better condition than they have been for years. From being in an embarrasing con dition financially, the lodge is now in a good healthy financial condition. Grand Master Brown has proven himself to be a hard worker and de serves the congratulations of the Iowa Masons. Happy Joe Woods (The Baby) was at his pose as usual, but owing to ill health was not as lively as usual. He has heretofore been the lift of the grand lodge. To make him feel all right the members promised to elect him as Grand Secretary next year. He has been faithful as Grand Register And it is quite a compliment to his ability to be promised...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 July 1900

fe&! «J :3 fc 15fs JV"" JSWS ""f r- \fl ilSh¥'i |WjV WfllV .'.1 w* V-! W T«jfS4i' ff f. '"*1 mneJfeMmm®^^ -i(%wa State Bystander. i:vnf "t-.tr «H •T BY8TANDKK FDB. CO|«^ *rf# BUS M0INE8, y::---lljmi 'J'-h FRIDAY, JULY 20. VOTES OF THE MASOHS ATOTTDMIi. _——— |-h It was the best attended grand lodge ^jj the Masons have had in years. All the lodges in the jurisdiction were represented except one. A11 who attended were well satisfied with results.' V"-' i'-. '-V. The lodge reported all subordinate lodges in better condition than they fcv" have been for years. From being in an embarrasing con dition financially, the lodge is now in a good healthy financial condition. Grand Master Brown has 1: The big 3 was not so conspioious in iOttnmwa as it was in Davenport last ^year,—but undoubtedly they were "there." Ottumwa did herself honor in enter -taining the grand lodge. Special men tion is due the W. M. Brother Rose, also Brother Taylor, Fowler and Hamil ton. Bob Johnson was conspicious f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 July 1900

,v 1 ft £"j 2&U..! VOL. 7, PUBLISHED IVBHY FRIDAY BY THIS BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST. HOOK 405 MARQUAUDT BI.OCK. IOWA 'PRONE 899. OFFICIAL PAPEH OF TOR AFRO*AMERICAN PRO TECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A F. & A. M. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year 91.50 Six months 75 Tbree months 60 All subscription payable In advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postc ffl.ce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DER Publishing Company, Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the" pub ic. '"Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript, un ess accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LBJDIIG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Miss Mable Morton is among the sick this week. Remember the will be August 9. Old Settlers picnic Mrs. A. C. Fisher who has been "for several weeks is improving. Those w...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 July 1900

Vyj {^v* yV0 S, tf Utr IOWA Sift \i*H '"V PUBLISHED CVSRY FRIDAY BY THB BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND I.0CDST. HOOK 406MARQUAKDY BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 009. orriciAL PAPER OF THE AFRO-AM ERIC AN PBO TECT1VK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED OHAND LODGE OF IOWA, A F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months Tliree months Remember the will be August 9. •%o j*'*i Mrs. C. H. Richardson is improving nicely. She was seen on the streets last Saturday. Presiding JPder Bandy preached ^morning and evening at St. Paul's^ ishutch last Sunday. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re -pairs Organs. ce8S'ul *armers w»8 Mrs. Wm. Struther left Thursday for Lisbon, Mo., to visit her mother, Mrs. Mahalia Williams. She will be gone several weeks. Mr6. Anna Renix left Thursday night for. Leavenworth, Kansas, to visit rela tives. She will also visit friends in Topeka before returning home. Mr. Geo. E. Taylor of Oskaloosa was in...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 July 1900

fsS&ft ''*«w 2 S A ^v Stele. & .,r •nr «*aur»*» —tr-"i'^w,AgS? DEtJHHSnt IOWA. CAPITAL Moines, July 27, 1900. jfc£jPliBk Halloway recently re ft better rfom fait sister, ILrt. 'ara Groesbeck ,who is a missionary totar Hong' Kong, in which she states the condition of affairs in southern China at that time—Jane 6. Both Mrs Groesbeck and her husband, who is also engaged in missionary work sear Hong Kong, are Des Koines peo- 51e, and both graduated from Des Tomes college. Among other things she said that they had just heard that **a society knovrn as the 'Boxers' had killed two missionaries in north China and were doing a great amount of evil up there," and expressed the hope that some of the powers would find leisure and inclination to demand redress. Th«n she added: "I'm gi-id we're so far south, as the people liere *re no so easily affected by what take place up there." Mr. and Mrs. Groes beck are now with the other mis sionaries at Swatow, where they in tend to spend the hot...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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