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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 November 1900

$ \V 3 $ I I I 4 Iowa State is, •feJSlR S&'stf* r.f -, msp pit l4 Vfe MM 'iW.tJL ii -fiU m, BmANDEK PUB. CO. ®tW" MOJNE9. ?1«! IOWA. MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des Moines. Noveuaber i), 1900. :. The supreme court lias affirmed the deoisioi of- the lower court in the Polk county court house controversy. The oourt holds that the county may sell the old court house site and use the proceeds thereof in the^ purchase of anew site, and may usa any avail able money in the county treasury in a like manner. The court holds that the county cannot issue bonds for the purchase of a new site, but may •issue non-negotiable warrants for the purpose and may levy a tax run ning1 over a term of years for the re demption of these warrants. This permits thft county board to buy a Hew, site, which it is trying to do. ^Tohn Cownie of the. state board of eoatrol has returned from Daven port, where he closed the purchase of a bit of land for the state. The Orphans' home, as it is at present, is without a g...

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. — 2 November 1900

I'ji 11 iiitii V'S (shouli IT fr irin ... CHAPTER VII. tVerbnica's face was na haggard as lari's.' The blow had been bo crush ig, e,o unexpected—that he had not seined glad to seeder, that his heart not l^apt out to her, as hers did him, that his eyes did not rest for •e mqment upon the boy, was bad «ough but that there should be an-' ^licr wbmahiu her place! Oh, that |as anguifhintolerai^e! At last she "loke. "You love her, Alan?" she "Better than my life!" he answered .ssionately. J"Oh!" She gave, a little shudder. %hen I will g6 ami leave you to your lappiness," she said quietly. "It's the way—the only way. I will tako our boy and go!'i "But you cannot "*#81" he groaned. §t made you my wife, Veronica, and Jt loi»g as you live you will be my ^fcife, although my heart and hers may break." I break. your neart?" cried, Ver onica. "Why, I would give my life for you. I would not have you un "happy, for a moment if I could help it. I love you as much as in the old days, Alan, before the...

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. — 2 November 1900

I I. 11 f- i'l •II II. #••sr :t& fit 4: kill "M 'J -I i- ••I 0 In a number of recant ipewhM William 9. Bryan has said: "The Afro-American has bestowed presi dencies upon the republican party and re cteved janitorahlps In return." The pur pose of this article la to show that this •tatement is absolutely false. The Afro American has received more recognition under the McKlnley administration than •rer before in the history of the country. President McKlnley has selected Afro Americans from all parts of the eountry to fill positions of trust and profit under bis administration. The following roster will give a few more Important positions to which eminent Afro Americans have been assigned since 1896: J. W. Lyons, recister of the treasury. Henry P. Cheatham, recorder of deeds, District of Columbia. John C. Daucy, collector of port, Wil mington, N. C. Joseph E. Lea. collector of Internal rev enue, Florida. William F. Powell, minister to Haytl. John P. Green, stamp agent, Washington. ...

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. — 2 November 1900

fc CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-NORTH 1:16 p. m.Chicago and St. Paul Um.*8.S0 ... .....Chicagoand St. Paul Ex....8 80 a.m 1:18a.m ... Twin Cities Special.. „*8S0 am CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN-SOUTH 1:60am....Kansas City Limited....*7-00am ).80am Day ..EspresB *ll:4oam T-tOpm Tnlftht Express 8-46pm CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QtJINCY 700 Betveeo Chicago and Sanfrasclsco WITHOUT OHANOC OP CARS eave cM&go on Big 5 at 10:00 m. 11 the best scenery of the Rocky Mouri ||tains and tho Sierra Nevada by day light in both directions. cars are carried on the limited grains of the Great Rock Island Route, jenever and Rio Gtande (Scenic Dute), Rio Grande Western and jrathern Pacific. Car Service Through Buffett Library Cars. sJOHN ir rvWtftK t\ BECURED. DR. J. n. WILSON, Natural Healer Disease of every form cured. p. Office Hours from 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. City calls made.:'" Iowa Tele phone 506. All mail promptly answered. BS MOINE8 PASSENGER TRAINS O. B. I. ft P., GOING BAST. ITIfc DBPAKT Chicago Limited...*...

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. — 2 November 1900

TO Hi D.N-1 tine, Fl Robei C. I*, tnlngo. J. C. 3 IContga H. Vr Huntsv Dr. A Rev. M. W g&scar. J. E., Uttle Ferd." M. S DanlslL Dr. chelle. nue, 3. fiavani C. lanta, I Geortre Budd Mary'* R. Rev. E. Brunsr M. I. Ga. j. Mrs, Beauu Fran cansvi Thor Spring Dr. servlai Mrs? N. C| Colt? Neck,? Dr. Haitle R. A Alabs! w. lain. H. 1 of dee E. N. 1 J. E vanla. F. Fla. J. 1 8. C. T. hanno W. Kentu Dr. Kentu J. rovia. Jam ana. Mrs. vllle, E. I Oa. TV 3 ToW^ annu: SEK5W!SS The jiJg&Wmi 1 ¥i& 4k- f*f?' fcerunk 'to ilTCatcrrh Hon. M. H. 1 •4 MoCorfL Hon. Myron II. McCord, Sx*l(ik)T)rsbf of Now Mexico, in letter to Dr. Hart* man, from Washington, D. C.,savp: Dear Sir—At tlio suggestion ofVfrlehd •I was advised tonso Per una for catarrh, and after rising one bottlel began to feel •better in every way. It helped me in many respects, fl Was troubled with •colds, coughs, sore throat, etc., but as soon as I had taken your medicine I began to improve and soon got well. I take pleasure in rec...

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. — 2 November 1900

thousands tonn of ap on, Bgitiahaoilyeariy* io, «.ya6d-*aw* fos- ad lo be tlie heritage of the vfie familyeverywhere, v» TW"-" $k OilW Neuralgia there is one cure and pt cure for both, vis: --fit *p J?:* *»»•*.» Genuine le Liver Pills. Bear Signature of iFsoSiinlle Wow*. Mow. FOB HEADACHE. FM DIZZINESS. FOMIIJiDtHEtS FOR TOR memm F0RSALL0WSJUN. fMlHECORtftEXIM fciMrwto «ieiCHgADACHE., STRONG, VIGOROUS AND WELL 7 «3 3 3sfc JT HALLOWS •Sf.i Standing on the banks of the Pnt» mac, Lotd Coleridge ohe day asked William H. Evarts: "Is ittrue that Washington threw a silver dollai aeror* tho Potomac?" "It is quite possible," replied Mr. Evarts thought fully, "for a dollar, in those days, my lord, went farther than it dies now. But, indeed, \VAshingtQn did better tha$ tbaWhe threw a sovereign across the Atlantic t" When a man borrows money he bor frows trouble. '... What Shall W* H«T« for i$swrt? Tltl|v question 'arises in the family every day. Let us answer it today. Trj Jell-O, a delicious ...

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. — 2 November 1900

JE* &+> %-J A fV %W» State Bystander. iftyrev i6wa. YBIDAY, NOVEMBER !. RACE ECHOES. Charloa Dudley Warner one*o' ih^ftmon writers of the present age, diet verj anddenly last Sat ardajr of heart disease at his home ia Hartford Oonn He was a good friend to otur race and one of His lasi risit that he made was to the home of a oolored man, Robt 8mith, Mr. Warner had taken great interest in Mr. Smith an had assisted him in various wajs Rev. Jacob Thomas D. D. New recently celebrated the Fiftieth Anniversary of his en trance into the ministry. of A. M. E. Zion cbureh of York, More than 14,000 colored men are employed in the steel mills in the vicinity of Youngstown, Niles and Warren, Ohio. Mrs.'Johanna Thrailkeid was awarded $2,750 damages against the city of Chioago in Judge Hanecy'a Ooart this week for in furies received by ber in a fall on a defective sidewalk in March '06 TUSKEGBE NOTES. W. B. Pettiford, President of the Peony Saviaga Bank of Birmingham, Ala., was a visitor at...

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. — 16 November 1900

1 r'H# rVMBMXD *V»UY FJHDAT BY TBI BTIURDU PtmutuRQ company rirnt ami* ormouL papkk loccst, IKfclM «J6 MAKQUAKDT BCOOR. 'PttOMB MM. »rnoiAi. n)ir or a bo-am cbicab PRO­ TECTIVE ASSOCIATION or IOWA. or th* most wobswfvul BHRUi OHAHO IOCGK Or IOWA, A r. A A. M. T£RM8 Of SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. ••••JO Mk months........ .......*.. TblW3®^teoripU'oii J» pw»M»ia iriyMM.' %lr C. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARP, MANAGER. Send money by po&U. tnce order, money order,. express or draft, id the Iowa State Btstan- UKK Publishing Copapuny, Coarnouleatlotii must be written on one side of the paper only and'be of Interest to the pub la. "BreVlty la-he soul of wit," remember. Wa will Hot return rejected manuscript, un tigs accompanied by. postage stamps., IOWA'S l^ADKIJi COLORED PAPER. Mason's, onets and Hat 609 Locust. y11 Tbe wedding bells still oontinue to ring. Mr. J. L. Thompson is building a house on his lot on Eighteenth street. Mrs. E. T. Banks has been very sick '•week- Our beautiful f...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 November 1900

Y" lowq State Bystander. BE* MOINES, Lota Of psopls Wko to |M4 keep puttla* morvw. It Is claimed la Denver that •Aifto wers wagsrsd in that city on tha ,' Wall 91 ft PwWwtlal alactlW A minister shakes your hand aat! a lawyer pullsyour leg, but a politician will shake your hand one miauUiaad pall your leg the next. Paper mooay Is at a premium ait Nana. Miners Had It mora convenient Hu cold and pay aa much as 1 per ••ml la excess of Its face value (or It Sunday laws ara strictly enforced la Honolulu. Not only ara all saloons •ad bars kept tightly closed and store 3 (orblddfn to sell, but anyone who at tempts to play ball or indulge in any other sport on Sunday la carried be tare a magistrate to pay a fine or go la JaU. Sweden Is suffering from the effects of a boom In manufacturing which has drawn thousands of the country people to the larger towns and caused house rents to advance 30 to SO per eeat Many of the manufacturers have tavested beyond their capital and are te distress. Mone...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 November 1900

w™*s«r I 1 1 11 tn-i f-? n^^rifii^lrft^rr CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) Not the strictest purist on tlie earth -eould eavll at hla writing to her. As he fell—that la, from hla heart—so he vrote to her My Ovn Joyce: I am breaking my felMmpoaed resolution to tell you that am leaving England for Australia on the Condor,- which sails next week. 1 cannot live this life any longer, Do yen know I come out at night Just to look at the house that contains you? There Is no Joy for anything, and 1 am afraid of breaking down under the •train. I must work, sweetheart I must do something. Life is too hard. Joyce, I do not wish to see you again. If I saw you ,again I should never leave you but I must hear from you to know If you are well, dearest. 1 ought to say to you that you should try and forget me, and be happy with some •other man, but I cannot It is tre mendous selfishness on my part but it would kill me if you were to look at another man. But it Is not for that I am writing, but to tell you I...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 November 1900

fsStoftA DS ov cfx-ft '-'pme ifauUfef^^SWifea KN Ft bofe -, ed BS l, fit' ine ife, ar es. pr ogC lel Pi hatj be tu rrlTe P»? ter MI If ring nrx retui hu wo ND vC bur L. 1 J« ae rata tlu the rital ye hilt* ela, eptas Ply* 7««r $174 iM" VarA eu el 1IUCHAKINOOK NEWS. Revival seivioea are being conducted at Ike A. M. E. chureh bj Mrs. H. B. Myers Evangelist of Chicago. ft**. Rtmflf man of the Baptist church preached the Conversion rf by te qwtt last Snnday night. V^-s.. .. Mrs. Julie Sontbuil from Buxtontown Is einnsslDs a book in onr town by »he name of Tfae Close of the Nineteenth Century, we wiBh her much success. ,, f'f" Quiet a nutnbtr of people from Buxton town were the guest of Iriends here last Bqoday. What is the matter with the Big Four Club? A party should be on loot for Thanksgiving. Messrs John Rhodes and Linford Will* attended ihe party given at Colou last Friday night, both report a good time. Mr. John Toliver and wife, old settlers of Muehakinock have moved ..from Ft, Do...

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. — 16 November 1900

A.J r$ K4 S»rt MB 5 1 1 FS5.'- tV.\ 8:30 a. :., ..Denver Limited......*8:35 a 9:55 p. m...Night Limited Express..0:40 am 12:40p.m..... Day Express ...'.»i8:60pm 8:55 a.m.Rocky Mountain Umited.*4:00 am *11:10 A. in............. CALIFORNIA. Broad Vestibuled First-Class Sleepers DAILY— MVMO Chicago and Sanfrancisco WITHOUT CHANGE OP CARS. Great Rock Island Route "Leave Chicago on Big 5 at 10:00 m. All the best scenery.of the Rocky Moun tains and the Sierra Nevada by day light in both directions. These ears are carried on the limited trains of the Great Rock Island Route, Dehever and Bio Gtande (Scenic Route), Rio Grande Western and Southern Pacific. Dining Car Service Through Bfuffett Library Cars. "v JOHN SEBASTIAN, G.P. A., DR. J. n. WILSON, Natural Healer M#Po..tively cures all Mental and Nervous' trouble, restores feyes&ht aid Hewing pares Lung, Heart, Liver, Stomach and Kidney trouble Rheumatism, St. Vitus Dance, Paralysis, Ach^Pa'ins Disease of every form cured./ & DE3 MO...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 November 1900

"V •r*i fsts&m -I f. ilWW .'if? lrmed wit|i a Hatchet, He Defies Tioga's Crew. Wr^'- ^D^HESAOO»p.B*Yf V'y[a* $\f T} 1 4 IS Sf §f« ters ||!|g •ode ii -, S&M I'- .. .dis«g|3,, ,:} nn. folic* Called on ilhtp'i Arrival la Chl •j wfu ud Thejr Dliara and Arrest th* Mm, Who (toy* H* John Km •to ol Buffal*. JSVVIVaf t" "v\V/'-'"V^ $ \-r* Chicago, IJov. 16.—Birricaaed in. a tmall room in the steamer Tioga, John Kerwin, a demented stowaway, armed with a hatchet, defied the crew of the boat and threatened death to any one who interfered with him. When the steamer reached Chicago and tied up at the Rush street bridge Kerwin was •till raring, and an appeal for aid was cent to the Bast Chjcago avenue police station. Policemen Schauss and Maher were sent to the boat to take the de mented man into custody. Kerwin was still in the room, arned with the batchet, and he warned the police to keep away. He was finally captured by Schauss, who climbed over the side of the boat and entered the rcoz...

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. — 16 November 1900

F*VV *k Wi m• Beware of Them '•i"i^fV Then in two iiictlMi which as&itw* Sciatica Lumbago BoOiteMinlaif^ St Jacob Oil HUP nSWT WD MIKRU. UX03 •9.00 to SIO.fr} per Acre VM raise more applw to the sore then any ttksrpart of the United States. Aiivcm. ggs&Md mm! Zlno st sltallow depths. Ne.ir StUroad sod good markets. Agent* wanted J.H. MAYNE, Jopl'n. Mo. SECURITY, Cenulno Carter's Little Liver Pills. •intlMrSlgnaturaof Wnpptf Mow. iLlHtHf HtmaMfn FMICAOACffCt CARTERS FDR DIZZINESS. FOI IIUODSIESfi FBI TORHD LIVES. fOI CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOITHECOMPIEXION tm micx HSAPACHE. Mrs. j. A. Ferre, Caoa.,says: Wl^u WC JL°? ?an lino gnat ud conplete cms affectedLy Dr. Gr b,,Bd •I S .n 0 ST. VITUS' DANCE Qemra Dlsod acd Rerve Renedy, FEBRE So LEt&MCWTff "*y danirhter tahi hecane vety ill wjtti *t- '•I «aor«than (Isd to^rtte aboiit my Uitledsuehtw. tJntti Iff' (Oiiatantlv twiirhins. T.Wf JmfOiwCWe to walk n»'a yivw+yy1WT*F uttl® mlnut«8- ?o S5",!tfd to cool. Flavors:—Lemon....

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. — 16 November 1900

i^s iyv Mite Iowa State Bystander, HT VmAXDIB W"« W «BS MOINES, to*:-. :3i Vri» The oldest employe in point of iervicc of the United States naval acadomy at Annapolis, Md., is George Brown, a colored man who began his duties as janitor in 1845 when the naval school was founded. Governor Bayers (Democratic governor of Texas) sent to Spanish Camp, Wharton county, Harry Gtflis Itosewny and S. Jlarrin, all colored, said amount to be nsefl in helping the Negro anffereis to rebuild. The colored people of Minnea polis, Minn., havo organized a joint stock company and will soon open a iarge grocery store. J. 3. Keed is President and J. Ford is Secretary. Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, the jronnj nogro composer of London, who married an English woman a year ugo, has lately become the father of a son. He has followed Wagoer's example of naming his first born after one of his heroes, and the boy wili go through lite to the name ot Hiawatha Coleridge Tavlor. Bo8t^h Transcript.' ts«s ty?i it* y% Mb Jk'...

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. — 16 November 1900

it- If* '•pf )*W V'f *, Iowa State Bystander. 1 4i\^ vrsmAniin M« O® •«3 MOINES, iijwi. Friday, November io. RAGE ECHOES. Quite a colony of colored peoplt tuft Bailed for Cup© Home this year, and before tbe season shall have closed, not low than 500 Negroes will be in Nome, with Rosily as many in Dawson City# Theoldest employe in point of aervicc of the United States naval academy at Annapolis, Md., is 3eorgo Brown, a colored man who began his duties as janitor in 1845 when the naval school was founded.. i"'?' to be used in helping the Negro cofferers to rebuild. Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, the young negro composer of London, who married an English woman a year ago, has lately become the lather of a son. He lias followed Wagner's example of naming his first born after one of his heroes, and the boy wili go through life to the name of Hiawatha Coleridge Tavior. The appointment of James H. Wolfie, one 'of 'Boston's Negro lawyers as judge advocate general A Orami Army ot the Republic is o...

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. — 23 November 1900

?5sy* 1ST pti* It ,•4 -v *i nets i: JSSjir. arday Watsoi siting 1 raternw ed peo schoo} er of we hj more,- receif i" Patti5-^ ved to^"*v ecured? HoustC^r .sister Bab' illie SHf" rs. Curt( uesday gin Del about a S. R' ec. C, wil Mr lv E—LadJ be sold tci and haveK in. 2J0, NT colors jhing on ei frican Mon^ la. nie Murraj the residt 8 Des Moioj ra are requs the presic VOL. 7. PCBUSUKO EVXKY TBIDAT BY THE BYRTANDXn PVBLKMNO COMPANY, FlITO AND LOCUST, #«.' MOtlM 406 MAHQUAHDT BLOCK. HR#' IOWA 'PH0NK 689. "i*OrriClAliPAPER0»THE Arno-ANCRICAX PRO Wi TBCT1VK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. oenctAL PAPER or THB MOST WOKfiHIPFUL Ivt VKITCU OKAMD LOCGB OF IOWA, A F. A A. M. aK.' r, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Vs One year 11.50 Sl7JBSx months ?6 -*i TTbree months SO All subscription payable In advance. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by posti fflce order, money order, expreM or draft, to tho dkr IOWASTATE BYSTAH- Publishing Company, CoaniMtlcations must be written on one side of the pap...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 November 1900

& %r*^ Iptloi —i&&- iC «t .VVVf /V turn re onets Watsoi i&iting 1 Mr •4 'ratern^^ ed quite sick Hfl** t-s •8$r^ «S?- -I school er of 0, nd we more. recei |. Pllttr oved to ecured j/ Jr -'4 Ioustc ister %y Bab illie s/f*' frs. Curtr uesday in Def about a 1 S. )ec. €, wil Mrl LE—Lad\ be sold tck and have in. 3 JO, 1 1 NT colori hing un el frican Mon^ la. nie Murra at the reside 8 Des Moin rs are requs the presit M. E. Sundajn. give an ent^ promises to season* Thj chours, quart] aus, to whic p(. nderwood, the pderwood, wh relatives in tbij ay to join her where he ha rge 1 the Baptj VOL. 7. FCBUBHXD BVBItY FRIDAY BY THE BV8TANDM TVBumuia COMPANY,rirrn AND LOOUST. uoux 406 it Align AJim BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONT $99. rnCIAL PAPER OF TRB AFRO-AMERICAX PRO TKCTIVIS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. $ ORWCRAL PAPER or TM MOST WOHSHIPFUI. BHITKU GUAND LODGE OF IOWA, A r. A A. it. TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. Vl.SO Six montbs 78 Three months All subscription payable In advance. L. THOMPSON. ...

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. — 23 November 1900

ferara t" J? '4 I ii tf A ,1 a ev th« of am aoc 4»r Au pre tee* Uli Oo,, ber O list the A Hot flue. the? ureel Ri for 1 Mi 8ayl and Mi to Thi wi "4 jh£" IoWa State Bystander* t®i vi msp 'W'1 ®f„t W if'#' ^UT BCTTAXDEB PDB. CO. SK IOWA. PES! Opines, MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des Moines. November 23. l'JOO. After* personal inspection of every county and private institution in the state in which insane are kept, the hoard of control hus adopted rules fey which hospitals shall be governed In the future. While the new rules .cannot be called radical, the board, ihaving made an exhaustive study of the situation, has attempted to make •some needed reforms. There arc 1,200 insane patients in county insti uons and several hvndrcd more 'n jprivate hospitals. In not more than ,ten of the eounty institutions were jthe insane found to be well cared for. Thp rules will go into effect at oncc, but managing -fficfers are given •until January 1 and board of super visors until February to make the •requ...

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. — 23 November 1900

si -J?'} & a«d/?r $ Dk_ #'15\ 1.101 *V40 a rii "1 tit o* St CHAPTER I. j§iy"Good night, then! See you tomor row, old chap." f-ijgf'All right. Good night, Hogan." The last speaker turned away, and tho hansom drove off in a westerly di rection. Paul Enderby, barrister, walked slowly along the embankment toward tho Westminster bridge. It was a bright night in May, and such a night as one seldom sees in that mouth, falsely, if poetically, pronounc ed "the sweet o' the year." It is the month when colds in the head are most rife, when fair faces are blue where they should be red, and red where they should be white when poets try hard to get up enthusiasm over "gentle spring," and sneeze in the middle of a poetic aggression. But this year she was really doing herself justice. It was a lovely night—soft, warm, and balmy, and a silvery moon hung high in the bine heavens. As Paul Enderby half-absently turn ed slowly to cross the bridge, he was struck, prosaic barrister as he was, with the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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