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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 11 January 1901

*1 k* *V p. Among of thowand. who -ears, to our knowledge, not a -L»la cate nas resulted in pneumonia. WQ*. wwtfteld & Co., 240 Wabash avenue, Chicago, one of the most prom 'inent retail druggists in the city, in leaking of this, says: "We recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for i» ffriDDe in many cases as it not only orives prompt and compete recovery, hut also counteracts any tendency of la irriPP to result in pneumonia." For sale by all Druggists. EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT MUNGER'S LAUN PRY is the best in the city. Try them •nd be decided. Maine Office 211-215 NINTH St? Branch Offioe 504 MULBERRY St. PHUMiS 679. PES MOINES PASS1KGER TRAIN C. R. I. 4*39 8-30 & GOING EAST. ARRIVE. B-80 D. Chicago Limited »9:S5 u.m Day Kxpres* & Mall ..4:45 pm is:M) a. Night Express »1S:65 a ni ie -40 D. Dity Express •1:00 pm Hawkeye Limited 7:00 am C. R. I. & P.,'GOING WEST. a Denver Limited *8:35 am ••6S m...Night Limited Kxpress..«:40 am I2:10 d. Day Express .... •I2:f.0pm 3-65 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. — 11 January 1901

Si INS OR 4 VCAm UINDEPEHEIIDE ASSURED If 7M uke up sour homes In Western Cm de, the land of plenty. Huatrated pamphlet*, slvlni esperienoea of former* who bare bo ceme wealthy In grow In* wheat, reports of deleffttes, eto and fall ttlon to reduoed railway ru can INSOMNIA strong enough to stand tip under the strain of sleepless nights? It is plain that nothing in the world can possibly take the place of restful sleep, yet many try to eke out en existence without this sustaining power Their nerves are in such a state of tension that sleep is an impossibility, or at best is a series of hideous dreams. It is not strange that physical and mental weakness, amounting Breath, bo application to the Superintendent of atlon, Department of Interior. Ottawa, or to N. Bartholomew, 9M Fifth St. Iowa. is a forerunner of nervous pros tration what organism is Dizziness.Sleeplessness,Sick Headache, Heart Palpitation, Lossof Energy, Melancholia, Nervous Exhaustion. General Debility, Constipation, Live...

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. — 11 January 1901

Fi |Rj mir J' 3$ 4' 1 r*f»iV •"VVs'«F 4 suits. II FIVE '•*'. IP Worst' Storm of the Winter Is Reported, •^^1^^''.''' i: —i. '1 IS SEVERE IN THE NORTHWEST. t, Indiana the Snow Tarn* to Rain M.t Tit Twtlr Below Zero «t Galena, IU.—Train. Are D«Jay,d Suow In Some to- Sg? call tie* Wii It Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. ll.-The first blizzard of the season is swept over this city. The railroads report trains on time, or nearly so, but there is much snow to the north. In this city the street railway company is keeping Its lines Open by hard work. The snowfall is heavy and soft. In marine circles no alarm is felt for the win ter boats on the lake. Snow In Michigan. Benton Harbor, Mich., Jan. 11.—A snowstorm with a strong northeast wind struck this city and increasad steadily. The electric snowplow of the street railway company was brought into use for the first time this winter. Heavy Snow at Galena, III. Gaena, 111., Jan. 11.—The wrost storm of the winter raged here. More snow fell than at any oth...

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. — 11 January 1901

)h i* Ti. k\ ft H. 1 £,-v I i*. -ft JL *. & ip 1 •ags-fc-T 114 & I a i' ,L is JtS 'r ii Jr 1 ]& State Bystander. MW %*W ™y SSfJSgK i,1'' -A •I BYSTANDKB PUB. CO« DBS MOINES, IOWA. W, FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. HOTEL Cl-ERK'8 fUm it Lodglnx w\ haarer In to Fiw teet Other Ouwta. Among a group of newly arrived travelers who clustered about the desk of one of the large city hotels the other evening was a big, Jovial looking man with a Roman t&se and a collection of double chins leading down to his collar like a night of stairs. He nodded to the head portei1 as he came in, and be fore he registered he shook hands cor dially with the clerk. It was evident that he had been there before. "Well, my boy," he said, after he had in scribed and blotted his auUgraph, "what can you do for me tonight?" The clerk consulted tbe room chart. "I 'an give you 'steen 'eleven,'" he replied. "It's a very nice room at the end of the corridor plenty of light and air and lots of privacy. Front! show t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

^«uf^rfW**SW v*C\v VOL. 7. Ill 0BUSHED if rs* Wi BVKBY FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDKB PUBUBHINO COMPANY, WITH ANU LOCUST. BOOM 405 MAKQOAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHON« m. 0-.JCIAL PAPER Or THE AFBO AMBBICA* PBO- UCI1V* ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OmCIAL PAPBB OF THB MOST WORSHIPFUL V1IITXO OBAKD LODGB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. U. TKBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. CtoP*-"" U.BO All subscription payable In advance. j. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by postcfflce order, money order, I tl1n or draft, to the Iowa Sxatb Bystam- dm Publishing Company. O»nmnalcations must be written on one side qft%» paper only and be of interest to the pub ic, "Brevity Is the soul of wit." remember Vf» will not return rejected manuscript, aHMeompaaled by postage stamps. (j. L. Brown left (or Omaha. un- CITY NEWS Mr. Ed. Good of Grinnell was in the aLjr this week. Sunday afternoon lira. Mease of 820 Eleventh street, who has been sick, is convalescent. Mies Effie Mitchell has been sick the past week, unable to work. T...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

f» JH 'i. |K £'V Jpp., HV fj jfp :.1j i3 Jfcyi: :fcp i" s:„ 1 to .'« r. I" j? If Is m-- •i fr i, 1 I 'i "M I -i S -4 jfe 8fc\:. 5« S S#- .•?ii'p^-,,: ^:V ft. If"'- Pftf- siSfe MTfi ,' & :i V* «f T#» 'W Washington, Jan. 14.—Senate—Just st the close of a day of dreary dis cussion of technical details of the army reorganization bill Teller of Colorado, speaking to an amendment he had offered, delivered a sensation si denunciation of General Eagan, formerly commissary general of the United States army. His statements included also the administration, be cause General Eagan had been retir ed, according to the Colorado sena tor^ charge, as "a decoration and re warjl for his attack upon the com manding general of the army." In an appeal for the early passage of the pending bill, Carter of Montana declared that delay now would mean an additional expenditure of $500,000 a day. He asked that a time be set for a vote, but Teller objected. Ab solutely no progress was made with •he measure t...

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. — 18 January 1901

rHAPTBR Cecil A Cecil's I.—(Continued.) cut herself off from Paul had been several times at Cal der's Knowe, and, as he is able to take a few days' holiday in May, he decides to "run down" to Scotland, taking his bicycle with him. He rides from the station—he has no word to his sister, having a 'asculine fondness, a fondness never ared by the recipients, for giving sur prises—leaving word for his luggage to ^e sent after him. I Calder's Knowe Is about six miles from the sleepy little village and sta tion known as Calderhead, and the toad is a bad one, from a cyclist's point of view, being composed of a series of very steep "houghs and lowest*' as th villagers call them, and a su%.ce or.- mingled loose clay and •totM fjrtiar However, it is a lovely evening, and 'aul ,Jlnderby is wonderfully happy ind light-hearted as he speeds along Ithe lonely road bounded on both sides by silent, melancholy moors. 'k What is the real cause of his happl tess? Is It that things are going very Well wi...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

s.4' ./ pf. PORTER, R*M. -1 *W. L. TBTLBV,l«.t^ stances. :y /X not rob yourself or the living DOGS WEAR SHOES. UlMkU bold Up I'M* t(B B*fl WMM Pa* OB. In Alaska shoes for dogs have been Introduced. The use of shoes for animals la the far north country Is .got merely out of kindness to the dogs. It Is a matter of necessity, for one of the greatest dangers to travelers in Alaska Is that the dogs which draw dadges or transport goods freeze their ''':'leet by contact with the Ice. This •Sometimes renders tha animals practi sally useless and leaves the traveler Without means of transit over the tslds of Ice. Before the introduction «(the shoes It was the custom to wrap (ha feet of the dogs in cloth, but this .jsas a poor measure at best, as the cloths often caihe off, leaving the poor feasts unprotected. The cloths also l&terfered wKh the free locomotion of tha dogs. Since the gold fields opened •on dogs have been used and great Speed in travel has become necessary. Tha dog's shoe wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

&'* t'i 1 !, W-- 11 1 I Ssit' nsr il •it ^i-v J: 1 I I 1 I I a II I I !fl" .1 ft !i *"Wen I wa» in Springfield, Abra­ ham Lincoln and General Baker, who wm Wiled at 'Leesburg, Va., during the dril war, made the race for the wkig nomination for congress," says Dr. IX B. Hill. "Both were whigs, and iMth were keen for the nomination. Sotb liad a strong personal following, and If both ran the democrat would wfn in the district. So a primary •lection was necessary to settle the «oMte*t. Baker won. Both men were at Springfield when the news came Lincoln was depressed. The crowd, to cheer him up, called on him for a apeeeh. Getting up, he said: 'Gentle •ten, I'd like to comply with your re quest, bnt I can't make a speech now, expected to receire the nomination, lmt 1 failed. If I had won I know Baker would have got tip here and so •harmed you with his eloquence as to anak* you believe you had done him a favor by nominating me. But I can't *ott/*» When people of a critical tendency my ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 January 1901

nun tf us A, mmi United States May Fight Venezuela. MARINES ARE TO BE LANDED. ft» Scorp'OQ Ordered to Gunnoco to preTent the Illegal Expulsion of the I »ermn«ea Company from Its Asphalt Cooc^*"-"1" clout"- 1 Washington. D. C.. Jan. ".-Force "'^wlH be employed by the United States to prevent illegal expulsion of the New York and Bermudez company from its «cnhalt concession in Venezuela. Ma rines will be landed to aid the com pany's men in holding the concess on if the situation warrants it, and the North Atlantic squadron, consisting of two battleships under the command of Rear Admiral Farquhar, is held in readiness to proceed at an instant's notice to re-enforce the Scorpion, now in Venezuelan waters. Bloodshed will be averted if possible, though it is ap oarent that events are hurrying on a clash of arms, and this catastrophe can only be prevented by the abandon ment by the Venezuelan government of the policy of expelling the company, which it evidently is determined to pursue. Off...

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. — 18 January 1901

sft II I ,i 'ii' I jgh •x 1 1, :ifoi •5 i. i-i-5 I 1 *k if4 -1 :*t 4 -••"1'S 4 1#' •& v. !&£V. *W£H Iowa State Bystander. BTRAMDEB FOB. MOINES, Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 27— The first international council oi §f Grand Master Masons, colored, met at noon today in the Masonic Temple, with colored Masons dig •iiitaries present from all pacts of Jfee world. ••i Pine BInfl, Ark., Deo 26.—The Boyd plantation, across the \r Icansas river, opposite Pine Bluff, has been sold by the Equitable Security Co. of New York to E E. Fluker, a Negro merchant of «hk city. The consideration was #15.000, and the place contains 3,100 acres. In Oklahoma there are 60,000 colored people, men, women and abiidren, or 13,000 colored voters from careful compilation of statis fiiss there are 7,000 colored men owning farms, which will strike aa average at $803 each which is -a *ery low average, as there are numbers of colored farmers who -eatn cash their farms today for -$3,000. Buc placing all at $8l0 a&am...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

IN cel are lea. and and con w\ Its ali nds 8 in 4- S -VV." J. T) 4 I'' his red tert 'his of dy. h«: g ha ah st, 9( f- d- ts 1 ,.„„n VVKHY flllDAV BY TUB BY8TAMUKH ^,u1Z^ToX TZZirlA1j pAPBR or TUB AfHOAMUlHICA* PBO •"lCIAIBCTLVIE ASBUCIA'ilOW OF IOWA. Z^^TpAPitK OF THIS MUST WORSHIPFUL ,„USD GRAND LODGE Of IOWA, A. t. & A. M. •TKBM8 or SUBSCRIPTION. One year-. fclxm ntt ... »hreuio i»bB Lt '. Va will not return rej cted manufccrlpt, un accompanied by postage stamp*. CITY NEWS Rollen Weeks was out to Clive Sun day. It is'reported that Father Crockett is very sick. Miss Minnie Weeks those sick last week. was among Mrs. Harrison Gould is quite slok at her home on Third street. Clarence Tolliver of Rock Island spent Sunday in our city. Wesley Fields has accepted a posi tion at Lawrence's Drug store. Miss Mary Bell entertained Mr. and lira. H. B. Jacobs at dinner Monday ev ening. William McCabe, leading man of the McCabe and Young minstrel, called at our office Monday. H. J. Parks, 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 January 1901

&P"5 ||"4 Iowa State Bystander, 1 fjy UT BTSTANDBR PUB. CO. &LV> sc DES MOINES, IOWA. Congress. Wa?' »r- ..alngton, Jan. 22.—Senate—'The ^douncement of the death of Queen •(Victoria today, conveyed unofficially to the senate, was recognized by that tody in the adoption of an appro priate resolution which was ordered to be engrossed and fo' warded to the prime minister of Great Britain. Mr. Allison offered the following res clution: "That the death of her royal and imperial majesty, Victoria, of noble virtues and great renown, is sincerely deplored by the senate of the United States of America." The resolution was adopted unnni .mously. During the sitting of the senate in open session, the executive, legislative and Judicial appropriation bill was completed, so far as the coinmittec amendments were con cerned. It is now subject to amend ment by individual senators. House—The house adopted a reso lution expressing profound regret' and syiri, thy for the English people on ac...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

,TTrs Frances iTlfiMersorv ISS FRANCES M. ANDEIISON, •Corresponding Secretary of the Higher Educational League, writes from the"Astoria,"Wash ington, D. C., the following: "About two months ago was taken very ill with Ja grippe and was obliged to go to bed. I took three bottles of Peruna with very beneficial results, and was able to leave my bed in a week and regained my usual strength very soon. "I have nothing but praise tor Pera ma, and recommend it to those stmt• afflicted whenever I can."— prances M. Anderson. LLa grippe is, strictly speaking, epl prnlc catarrh—that is to say, a variety acute catarrh which is so contagi ous and runs a course more or less definite, the same as scarlet lever, irhooping cough, etc. During the acute stages of la gripp© |t is not a very fatal disease, hut the condition in which it leaves tie sys tem has caused the death of a count less number. Indeed nearly every person who has had la grippe within the last three Tears finds himself more or less de ...

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 January 1901

pr-w-V*,: I •M- j!g'J 'li* '•1$ IV I •ft!'!'1 I *:b •W 'M W.imTBRtPm W. L. TETLBYf 590. Trew '. 3k*' .s 1 j*, not rob yourself or MT. PLEASANT. Mrs. Win. Spotta of Chicago is vis iting with her mother Mrs. Dortch on South JeicerHon street. Those guttering from the la grippe •re Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. J. H. Ferri fcee, MrB. D. Harrison, Mr, M. Mosley, Hrs. G. Logan and Mrs. 1). Taylor. The young ladies of the A. M. E. Sunday school are preparing to give an entertainment in February for the organ benefit. Messrs. McQuay and Lastly have gone to Winfield. The Y. M. C. A. are holding revival meetings at East End mission. The Stewardess gave an entertain ment last week at the A. M. E. church. An entertainment was given Thurs day esvening at June's hall under the auspices of Mrs. McNeal and Mrs. ltosley. MUSCATINE. Rev. Gordon had a touch of la grippe last week. The carpet rag sewing at the home of Mrs. llosetta Watson last Thurs day was well attended and enjoyed by all present. A splendid su...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

11 jP_ ii ff I :S»y it 1 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT SSKSti? _, _._. M. w.-Corner ol Second and Center %^a?ta preaching lit I0:0 a, in. Sunday |^l at 8 o'clock: Epworth Ynktutol m. preaching at 8 p.m. L. J. PMlUpa, pastor.' Hrtrt A«^ S& Ui.aoa. m.: Sunday school ».30 p. ST^ Mr E. Houston, Superintendent. YoangPeople'ameeting p. m., prewhing t'OOp.m. •arn'B M. B.-BMt Second and Dea Hoinea Sunday setTlces, preaching at U-W and 4 p. m. Sunday School at M:80. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8p. AlTare welcome. Rav. e. W. Holmes, partot. fgn dm Moines strew. Mnunt. Nebo Baptist Chorch-E. SecondI street Met. »J a™} Tabernacle Baptist Churrh Mission-Situated over 80S Ei}Bt Locust »treet. PreachlijK 11 a. Sunday School III o'rloc1' preaching at "p. b. Ber. J. B. Winoush,pastor. SECRET ORDERS. Socth Star Lodm No. 9, A, F. A. M,-M(et( pint Thursday in each month at Masotiic Hail—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep ird.W. M.: J. L. Thompson, secretary. aim Solomon Oommandery, No. #.—Meet* jXon...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

I ••loved Ruler of British Has Passed Awayi •\"T K- •-ft WW {S .f *$»v rw,' 1* n* Sr Empire THf CONSCIOUS TO LAST. Biitory of Bar Reign Trlbutfe to Iter amt Virtue! Ml «h* 1 SIfeles, Baler and Woman —Laarott Term In English Hlafory— Story of Her Llfei Qneen Victorla,tlie beloved ruler of Ae British empire, whoso sudden 111 MS bad attracted the sympathy of tho jtlrillzed world, died at the palace* in Coves, Isle of Wight, on Tuesday. She surrounded by -her Immediate illy and retained consciousness to last The lord chamberlain was •h« first to officially announce the eath, and Albert Edward, Prince of was the flr3t to be officially in formed. He was at the same time no tified that he waS the new ruler of tho (British empire, or, to be exact, "King •f Great Britain and Ireland and Em peror of India." Messages of regret •nd sympathy soon began to come Ifrom the sovereigns of Europe and the incentives of the -world's republics. Jfhousands came from private citizens Jnf English birth from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

-J- PISO'BCure tor Consumption laved yean ego-Mrs. Tnos. is 10c. 25c. 50c. ALL DRUGGISTS CURE I BOBMM. M»pl« Street. Norwich, N. X. Feb. 17, WOO. I Oar chum's sister is more interest tag than ho STIR I Dr. Greene's mmuRA FOR THE BLOOD AND NERVES. cured woman, and such transforma tions are occurring in every community through the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura. If you are run-down and discouraged, here is the certain help. MRS. OLIVER WILSON, of North boro, Mass., says: I wns suffering from narvons- ness, caused by female weakness and nervous prostration. I was so ner vous ana weak I could not go up a common pair of stairs without stopping to rest, and troubled to sleep at niglit. I took Dr. Greene^ Nervura and have obtained my eld elastic step around the btouse. After creeping around, fbv two years, hardly able to do anything. it has proved a boon to truly.'' READ dR Gmme's OFFER. Dr. Greene's advice Is free to all who seek it, either by personal call at his office, 35 \V. 14 th Street...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 January 1901

I Wk fewa State Bystander. •T VTSTAKDBB W* I rj X, MS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. RACE ECHOES. If It is estimated that colored peo 5 pie own and pay taxes on 225,000 acres of land in the delta counties of Mississippi. 1 At Savannah, Ga., a nnmber of vbite boys are employed at print fog and carpentering, and other work under Negro employment. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 27— The first international council of •f Grand Master Masons, colored, met at noon today in the Masonic Temple, with colored Masons dig aitaries present from all parts of the world. eee Pine Blnff, Ark., Deo 26.—The Boyd plantation, across the Ar kansas river, opposite Pine Bluff, has been sold by the Equitable Security Co. of New York to E. E. Fluker, a Negro merchant of this city. The consideration was 115.000, and the place contains 2,100 acres. 04 In Oklahoma there are 60,000 colored people, men, women and children, or 13,000 colored voters from carofal compilation of statis lies there are 7,000 colored men ow...

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