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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

ilmi. !tef !$ifp 4«fv w$s ,:^:V IJ hr f, \r-i tr. ii iflbwa State Bystander* JIT BU7AKOM YOB. CO. BES MOINES, IOWA. The war in South Africa has doomed the Highland kilt as a fighting dress, and it will now survive as a parade uniform only. During the year 1898, 52,661 vessels, of 34,233,580 tons, entered and cleared Chinese ports. Of these vessels, 743, ot 239,152 tons, were American. Piper Findlater of Dargai fame has now secured a farm in his native coun ty of Aberdeen, where he Intends till-* ing the soil for the remainder of his days. Jumping the rope is said to be a remedy for derangement of the liver. Many middle-aged persons in England now regularly engage in this exercise, an| declare they derive great benefit from it. A pious gentleman in Greeley, Pa., insisted upon having prayers just be fore dinner. His wife and daughter objected so strenuously that the pious gentleman attacked them with a fork, and seriously wounded the wife. The Americans introduced the first sewing mac...

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. — 31 August 1900

n^-Mi -'I 4: 1 1 Tj/. ,vi It, •, 1 li wa State 1 hK i, hV ,, '&?? U1III7AXOEII PUB. CO. DE8 MOINES, Jumping the rope is said to be a remedy for derangement of the liver. Many middle-aged persons in England now regularly engage in this exercise, and declare they derive great benefit from it. A pious gentleman in Greeley, Pa., insisted upon having prayers just be fore dinner. His wife and daughter objected so strenuously that the pious gentleman attacked them with a fork, and seriously wounded the wife. The Americans introduced the first sewing machines into China after great difficulties and taught the Chi nese their use, and today, in the flour ishing cities of Shanghai, Hong Kong land even in Peking, the tailoring es tablishments are benefited by them. Movable targets of-a new sort have been invented for the use of the Ger man army. These targets are pro pelled toward the marksmen at full speed to represent a cavalry charge, being run on rollers, the motive pow er supplied by h...

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. — 31 August 1900

mv I LOST 3 ?r ON THE. .. I I ?53if }i^{ CHAPTER VI.—(Continued. last they stopped. Some one -tame up to Bluebell, and, to her im mense relief, she felt the horrid cloth being untied. The next moment it •was drawn from lier head, and then light, blessed light, albeit it was only •I faint gray dawn as yet, flooded her -lyes. Bluebell uttered a half-sobbing try and looked around at her compan ions, then at herself. They were in the midst of a great stretch of arid "karoo"—nothing but red sand, unrelieved by bush, grass or 4ign of water, stretched about them. Around, however, rose great black craggy rocks, with what seemed like sandy ravine between, but the light •Was so dim Bluebell could not be sure. Bhe was sure of one thing: That she 'had never been there before. She tould only guess that they were about to enter a pass in the mountain which teparated Natal from the Transvaal ind the Orange Free State. She looked at her companions. A latlve "boy," short-statured and at tired almost...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

kvsl Itfe- fh~ ?:|i ON THE.... VELDT CHAPTER VI.—(Continued. At last they stopped. Some one -tame up to Bluebell, and, to her im mense relief, she felt the horrid cloth being untied. The next moment it •was drawn from her head, and then light, blessed light, albeit it was only •t faint gray dawn as yet, flooded her •lyes. Bluebell uttered a half-sobbing try and looked around at her compan ions, then at herself. They were in the midst of a great -«tre£*ch of arid "karoo"—nothing but red sand, unrelieved by bush, grass or •lign of water, stretched about them. Around, however, rose great black craggy rocks, with what seemed like •4 sandy ravine between, but the light •Was so dim Bluebell could not be sure. Bhe was sure of one thing: That she (tad never been there before. She tould only guess that they were about to enter a pass in the mountain which separated Natal from the Transvaal -ind the Orange Free State. She looked at her companions. A tative "boy," short-statured and at tired 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. — 31 August 1900

CLARINDA ITBMS. The month of August ha* been the I greatestis the history of Clarinda, on the fourth the Emancipation was celebrated under the direction of Rev. T. W. John eon, T. G. Jones, T. Dunn, A. Jones and Be*. R. C. Ransom D. D. of Chicago who was the orator of the day, he held them spell bound for one hour and forty-five minutes. The other speakers were T. E. Clark, Moyor Chiles, Justice A. B. Clark, T. 6. Jones and others, to much praise eannot be given the committee, it was sad by many that it was the grandest cele bration that Clarinda has ever had. The musio was good there being to bands in attendance,the Excelsior band of Clarinda and the Bates' Girl band of Villisoa. From the 9th to the 15th theMetroplitan Jubilee troops -of Chicago were in at tendance at the Chautauqua. Mrs. Mary Church Terrell was also in attendance and was considered by all who beard her to be the most graceful and dignified lady that they had met in the whole assemby, while here she w&s the gue...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

tK 1 «i,4 f! CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church —situated on 11th St., between Crocker and School Sts. Preaching at 11 A. M. Sunday School at 13 o'clock Preaching, at 7 P. M. Rev. S. Bates, Pastor. St. Paul A. M. E.—Corner of Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:90 a, m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock Epworth League at? p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. 1. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pastor, Preaching 10.30 a. ra. Sunday school 3.30 p. m., Mr. M. £. Houston, Superintendent Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8'00 p.m. Barn's M. E.—East Second and Des Moines street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday School at 13:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 320 Des Moines streer. Mount Nebo Baptist Church—K. Second street, between Lncust and Grand avenue—Sunday service, preaching at 11 a. m.: Sunday School 12 30 p. Superintenden...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

t- A .• tVtai Anntki T*Aoe ore*mi JijHaaot •M iwl^rtw OWIMy sses* U.M/fortf*Ma'JhyMi AREA K167OOO 3Q SUM80 **»*»/AmvMiMV •nvnrri nnft 4r«f*CM England's vast trade interests in China have made the present war un fortunate for that country from a com mercial point of view. A British jour nal, the London Star, prints the above map with the following comment: It is impossible to gain a clear concep tion of the great issues at stake in Ohina, unless we grasp the physical and economic factors which underlie the far Eastern question. The above CONVERTED BY FATE. Big 8torm Taught Skipper of Brigantine To Trust God. All the old sailors of Portland will tell you stories of the sudden storms that whirl out of the dark heavens and descend so suddenly that vessels seek ing harbor and apparently safe are all at once spun on their heels and sent away, dashing down the horizon into the wastes of the sea. Capt. Fickstt, the veteran of the Portland barge of fice, was telling me the other day the yarn...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

The frigmt* bird «an fly at the rate hundred miles an hour and live in tho air a Week at a time without touching a roost. c:^-: From War to Fence. Two cannon from the civil war are to be melted and cast inco a qtatuu representing peace. When a contrast i—as great in a way as the change Bostetter'a Stomach Bitters will bring •bout in the health of any who use it. It cures constipation, dyspepsia, or 5 .Weak kidneys. Try it. The nurse maid accepts more or less bush money. Am Ton Value Allen's FMt*lw«T ... It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning) Sweating Feet, poms and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken Into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted. LcRoy, N. Y. Many little sins are committed be tause they have high sounding names Beat for tlx Bowela. So matter what alls you, headache to a cancer, ypu will never g^t well until your bowels are put right. CASCARETS heir nature, cure you «. without a g...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 31 August 1900

min Clai T. can by bra mu att« and 1 Jul ten Ch an to thi wl Jo thi ill W pra So ife mi ly pr hem pr tt pr rodu to tat day ghai al the al fltei •a us dt tar? ark at ca th a rses, fter es. ii dis ac s: um 1 es rom ntai 3 ce a t. t. cks a 1 r. cry in 1 of cal mi S Cl wor fi 1 -w tt at et at picl ngl des er ion lity in her si ag SO nfc in pr len ,054 arqi ct. 26 1,78 g. I 1,6 he a' otl ti 63 es ty: ai lls eve es, ysic ers ve I son tb 's a enct at hii tl rd, gbt ts ned eleg uni com nd iles, the bei. is .nft) Barks fowa State Bystander. \i\ '1 BYSTANDKB PVB. C» DCS MOINES, IOWA. PRIDAV, AUGUST 31. BURLINGTON BRIEFLETS. Mr. »Hd Mr*. A, L. Drew eient a few days in Mt. Plessaat last week, they re ported a good time. Mr, and Mrs Pleasant and Mr. and Mrs. Parker were called to piy the last sad farewell to their mother, Mrs. Pierson of Mt.yieasant. Mrs. Boaston ot Canton, Mo. is visiting with her daughter Mrs. S. L. Tigg ot Burlington. Miss Mamie Wright an Jessie John son of Keokuk had an hour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

'i $$$ %f «y $ •!«Sjg ihi side 1(] 'V 'M I# I rail rUBLlSBBD KVERY FRIDAY BT THE BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPART, FIFTH AMD LOGCST. BOOM 406 MABQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHON1 899. OFFICIAL PAFBB OF TUB AFRO'AMERIOAK PRO XSCTIYK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPBR OF TBI MOST WORSHIPFUL UKrr«D OKAND LODQK OF IOWA, A. r. &A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Omt rear 11.50 Hx months 75 Mmonths to All subscription payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. I money by postcfflce order, money order, or draft, to tbe IOWA STATB BYBTAN DIB Publlihlng Company. Communications must be written on one side "of the paper only and be of interest to tbe pub ic. "Brevity is the soul of wit." remember. We will not return rejected manuscript, nn MB accompanied by postage stamps. mi's UIDII6 COLORED PIPBB. CITY NEWS Miss Libbie Evans a felon this week. is suffering from Mrs. B. Grayson of Albia was a visitor la our city last week, M. Scott has accepted a position with the Chicago Great We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

I »n to p: tt ai a ei I) us r? a ca h( S, is C( ai 1 a S a ft Iowa State Bystander^ nv JVj Bl'STANDKIi PUB. CU. -r «,•»• .... T.,tv- 1 DES MOINES. IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des .Moines, September 7, 1900. In his deeision in the Teamsters' tJnion-Weitz litigation, in which the former is suing to recover the differ ence between a sum paid Ed IJyan for services rendered and the amount due according to a scale of wages togreed upon between the union and the contractors last May, Justice llal 8oran holds that the union is not en titled to recover for the reason that the character of the contract is con trary to public policy. He also con tends that, the point is applicable to 'all unions and that they are clearly violating section 5060 of the code, [which says: "Any corporation organized undei the laws of the state for the trans hction or conduct of any kind of busi tness in this state, or any partner ship. association or individual creat ing into or becoming a member of, or a party t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

Srt8|W? *rr S .1 Ml ON THE.... VELDT 1 CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) They rode all night straight on without a halt. It was a desolate country, uninhabited by native or white man, and far removed from any railway line but Rothes felt certain it was the direction taken by Moore in order to get into the Free State. It was in the early dawn that they came to a narrow spruit (stream), whose banks were different from the dry, sandy veldt, soft and muddy. Here they dismounted, and Henrich, the little Zulu, examined the mud at tentively, uttered a little cry. "Baah! horses and of men! One, two man's large footmarks, and one small wom an's or child's. We have tracked them and they are not before us I am sure of that." Rothes sprang to hi3 side and soon convinced himself that Henrich was right. His excitement could hardly he kept in check. "We must press on, Henrich!" he exclaimed. "It Is hard on the poor beasts, I know, but there is no time to be lost. Have a drink of water, boy, and you can ea...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

th Africa as a fif CI IV iowa State Bystander- BY BTfriHDEB PC* Otti ®ES MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. ALBIA NEWS. Miss Bessie Davis returned Saturday evening from Garden Grove whwe she has been visiting the last month. Mra. Ben Grayson and Mr. Roy Gray son was the guest of Mrs. Burl Woods daring the fair in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. E. Butler was the guest of Mrs. Jeffers in Des Moines during the fair.- Asocial was given at thecity hall on Saturday evening by the little girls. Quite a few strange families are mov ing into Albia. Monday is Labos Day in our town and the surrounding towns are preparing to gather in Albia and have a great time. School begins Monday morning after the long summer vacation, CEDAR RAPIDS BtlDGBTAKIAN. Rev. Bass urges that all who can pay their dollar money, please do so. He ex peets to leave for Conference next Tues day evening. Misses Nellie Fowler and May Camp bell left for their home in Ottumwa Tues day night, sifter a pleasant visit of two weeks in...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

Bit »U Africa as a flf rvlve v, •i 1898, 6 ntered hese meric Darj in his ere he remi is ment erson in erive in pra wife usly them ed tt trodu nto tai today mgha: the efitei f-a he us tarf marb a ca th rses, fter pes. dis ac um es rom tai ce a t. cks a r. cry in of cal wror f: 1 1 8 1 at ue ic gl e: ty in er rn si Lg! SO pr 5i q1 t. 78 a (owa State Bystander# BY BTIT4VDU PC*. CO, J)B8 MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. ALBIA NEWS. MIm Bessie Davis returned Saturday evening from Garden Grove where she has been visiting the last month. Mrs. Ben Grayson and Mr. Roy Gray son was the guest of Mrs. Burl Woods daring the fair in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. E. Butler was the guest of Mrs. Jeffers in Des Moines during the fair.- Mrs. Thomas gave alive o'clock dinner in honor of Nellie Fowler of Ottumwa. A banquet was given in honor of Miss Nellie Fowler of Ottumwa and Miss Taney oi Minnesota by a few friends. Mr. Canal from Chicago is in the city. Messrs Oliphant and Taylor and the Misses Olipha...

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. — 7 September 1900

F." a.* $ and It Browna P. S. id Kaoml Court, No. r'v 957 SU BSCRI BE FOR THE Iova State Goes Agents in CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church aituated on 11th St., between Crocker and School Sta. Preaching at 11 A. M. Snnday School at IS o'clock Preaching, at 7 P. M. Rev. s.Bates, Pastor. St Paul A. M. E.—Corner of Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:80 a. m. Sunday School at S o'clock Epworth League at 7 p.m. preaching at8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pastor, Preaching 10.30 a. m. Sunday school 3,30 p. m.( Mr. M. E. Housten, Superintendent: Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8'00 p. m. Barn's M. E.—East Second and Des Moines street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday School at 13:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 830 Des Moines streer. Mount Nebo Baptist Church—E. Second street, between Lncust and ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

if d: n- f-'' N-" I Pwachlng at WANTED—SEVERAL flipl 8UB8CRIBE FOR THE 11 A. M. TffE oddest' CObO^ED JOU^Ali \fi IOWA and the leading paper in the North-vest. It Goes Into 76 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church —ntnated on 11th Bt„ between Crocker and School Bts. Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 Foreign Countries. Agents in 24 towns in Iova and corres pondence from many different states. Snnday School at o'clock Preaching, at 7 19 P. M. Rev. s. Bates, Pastor. St. Paul A. M. E.—Corner of Second and Center Streets, Preaching at 10:80 a, m. Sunday School at S o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. 1. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pastor, Preaching 10.30 a. m. Sunday school 2.30 p. m„ Mr. M. E. Housten, Superintendent Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8'00 p.m. Bnrn's M. E.— East Second and Des Moines street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday Schoo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

wi gr to at a*! '•Bli W -f'V •&J jS* Africa as a flj urvive ^. ??tiT vy V: n.. a* air & Cl a V' %i & 1 H-: I ll »Hf One day in presiding at table a this country home in Windsor, Yt. with a swarm of grandchildren about "him, Senator William W. Evarts is gaid to have asked: "What is the dif ference between this g-oose before din •«er and me after?" After much fu •"tile guessing, he answered, in quiet :#lee: "Now the goose is stuffed with •sage, and soon the sage"—pointing 'to himself—"will be stuffed with the goo«e." Pain or soreness in the back must -never be slighted. Kidney diseases •creep on us with only that one warn ing. Delay is folly when by the timely 'use of Morley's Liver and Kidney Cor dial, the great System Renovator, all danger can be avoided. This remedy is a positive cure for Kidney and Urin ary-Troubles. Ask your druggist. Mustard plasters naturally come un der the head of smart articles. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Cenuiril Carter's Xittle liver Pills. Must Bear S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

,A DAf IM TH6 WOODS. 1 —•"•'l *'1 fefK?r feels like drowsin'—for the air is full o' dreams Far off the cow-bella tinkle by the cool an' -sUaded streams In' the wooln winds invite you where the bees are on the wing, Sm' the birds are malsin' merry where the honey-suckles swing. Sine a sontc o' sumiriPr— "Ting-fl-hng-a-huff! Cattle boys a-sleepin Where the honcysucklcs swing. gi. feller feels like Ion fin' for the weath er's fair and line, in' the fishin' rod's a-bobbin' to the throbbin'o* the line a' the river-banks invite you where a I breezy chorus swells, [tAn' scenes o' joy delight you where the Cattle shake their bells. Sinj? a song o' summer— (i "5 ing-a-ling-a-ling!" Fishermen a-noddin' Where the honeysuckles swing. It's good to be a livin.' in this weather night an' movn When you hear a son? o' plenty in the rustle o' the corn! When picture o' the harvest shines in evirv drop o' dew, [An' the old world's roilin' happy 'ncath a livia' bend o' blue! Sing a sons o' summer— "Ting...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 7 September 1900

vBIOUX CITY ITEMS. ^V?n'The Benefit Social given for Bar. T. A. ''v? Clark at the church on last Wednesday V: evening w&* decided success, quite a little sum was realized. Mrs. A. Morgan entertained the married ladies'club, at her home on last Friday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Acderaon of Kansas Ctiy, an exeellant menu was served by the hostess, there was a short programme rendered by the members of the clnb. Mrs, Anderson and Mrs. Early eaoh sang a solo. All reports a nieetime, and declares that Mrs. Morgan knows bow to entertain. Mrs. L. Grant, has succeeded in paying for the cloek which now bangs upon the wall in the church and she wishes to thank all who so kindly donated or assist ed her in any way. Mr. P. D. Brown has been on the sick list Mrs, Jas. Washington it quite sick at this writing. Mrs, W. H. Anderson has returned to iter home at Kansas City, after a four weeks visit with her sister Mrs. A. Morgan. Mrs. Mattie Thompson of Council Blflib has oome ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 14 September 1900

|r VOL. 7, IOWA SIATE BYSIIDE PUBLISHED KVKKY FIUDAV BY THJt BVSTANDCIt P0BL1SHIN0 COMPANY, FIFTH AND I.OCC8T. KOOM 406 MAHQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHON* WK». OrriClAL PAPER OF THK AFKO-ABIBHICAH 1'ttO TECTIVR ASSOCIATION Of IOWA. OtfFJCIAI, PAPKR OF TUB MOST WOKSIIIPFUI. UNITED GKAND I.ODOE OV IOWA, A. r. & A. M. TBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year 11.50 Six months 75 Tbree months 60 All subscription payable in advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by posttfllce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DER Publishing Company, Conmanications 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 rej *cted manubcript, un- ess accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Levi Broomfield week. was in Omaha last The wedding bells will ring October the 4tli, in our city. Miss Bessie Stewart was confined to her room the first part of...

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