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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

K^v,, $ 1 4v f-"v misii *4 ill •j llv VOL. 7. -.,0. TFTNICD EVEKV riUDAY BY THB BYSTANDER TSMCJIWV,FIFTH AND ..OCCST. UOoM 4UP MAHQlJAKl/r BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE SOT. nwriCXAI. PAPER OF THE AFRO-AM BUJCAH PUO TKCT1VR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. J^^IciAL PAPRB OF THE MOST WOR8HJPFDL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOwA. One year bixm Time months A. F. & A. M. TivltKS OF SUBSCKIPTION. ,«1 SO .T-i .50 AH subscription payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR^ j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER^ Send money.by posttfflce order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DER Publishing Company. Coo. muulcatlous must be written on one side of ttoe paper only and be of interest to the pub ic. "Brevity is the soul of wit remember We will not return rej cted manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Miss Maple Morton entertained last Wednesday night. Mrs. E. Hunter of Chicago was visit ing in the city for a few days this week. fcjr. Harrison Gould has been on the sick list this week, but ...

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. — 1 February 1901

W W*A Stiff B&&' mi a'-f t, I* fl •*^'3 11 Jlfi M' IIi •w W- 'ii 11 fc (i 5 .i'.- Jv !"«$: it* P$v Iowa State Bystander SI .«V UT BV8TANDK« PCM. CO. |f|?DRS MOINES, IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Des Moines, February 1, 1901. .» The supreme court dccided in a case 'from Winneshiek county that bonds men of saloon-keepers under the '.mulct law cannot be held for penal ties for sales to minors. Th'e law im poses a fine of $100 for each sale to -a minor. Saloon-keepers are required to give bonds to obey the law. But the court holds that there is an ex ception in the law providing that only tyyidamen of permit holders, that is, pharmacists holding permits from the district court, can be held for penal ties for sealing to'minors. Bondsmen of mulct saloon-keepers are liable, ^however, for civil damages to be col lected by parents, guardians, etc., of minors to whom liquor has been sold. The Bonaparte di.ni case which has been furnishing food for thought to the supreme court of the la...

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. — 1 February 1901

Mi "Biographical SKetch Tie death of Queen Victoria and the wcaision to the throne of Great Bri ain and Ireland of the Prince of Wales orlnss another striking personality into the ranks of the world's §ov jpeigns. A glance at his life's biog raphy win therefore be of Interest, •specially since he has taken the title Albert Edward, K. G.. K. P., G. C. B., G. C. S. I., G. C. M. G., P. G., eldest son of Victoria and the Prince Consort, horn at Buckingham Palace Nov.. 9. 1841, received his early education under the Rev. Henry M. Birch, rector of Prestwich Mr. Gibbs, barrister at law the Rev. C. F. Tarver and Mr. H. W. Fisher, and having studied for a ses sion at Edinburgh, entered Christ fenurch, Oxford, where he attended the public lectures for a year and after wards resided for three or four terms at Cambridge for the same purpose. 1 Hi* Visit to America. His royal highness spent most of the summer of 1860 in a visit to the United States and Canada, where he was most enthusiastically ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

SUV'":''' R* '•M .-•£& fcWXt 1/ l\f ., k':'^ Br.. .' Si?***?' 01B tUliLlG tSVUOOLS. In the statement made elsewhere 'will be found a resume of the schools and tbe excellent work thus is being done therein. It may be well to give here a bi ief sketch of the supervisors, principals and teachers who have con tributed to much to the success of -the ?y schools. Miss Lucy B. Chapman, one of the supervisors of drawing, has made an excellent record, her long experience having especially Sited her for the work. Miss Emma Lane, supervisor of drawing, was educated at the Perry (la high school, Drake and Cornell She has added immeasurably to her natural inclination for drawing by studies and training with the best in structors and spent five years at Chicago art schools. She has been en1 gaged in school work in Des Moines for eight years and has been highly successful. Miss Hattie A. Phillips, for seven years supervisor of the Kindergartens was educated in New York and Chicago and taught fo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT E Young 0nl_i, ssssrts «Baa^ssS3s«'l"1*" o'oJoc* prewhlng. Bates, Pastor. •T^MsgawrwrBiw SssiwrtttBC pastor. African Baptlit Church—Corner School ^mdFourthBtrwrts. K«v. 1\ Loraack nnsttor. PreacMng 1030 a. m.: 9uncUj school 8.30 PreacwnB HouHten, Superintendent-: People's meeting 7 p. m, preaching MO p.m. E -East Second and Des Moines atrtet—Sunday services, preaching at ll:M and 4 P. m. Sunday School at 18:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. AH are welcome. Bof. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 830 Des Moines streer. Mount. Nebo Baptist Chnrch-E. Second street, between Lncust and Grand avenue-Sunday asrvlce preaching at 11 a. m.: Sunday School ia» m., Superintendent,.Roue Johnson. Preachlng at 8 pm. Rev. J. Bell, pastor. Tabernacle Baptist Church Mission-Situated over 606 East Locust dtreet. Preaching 11 a. Sunday School 12 oVlocW preaching at 8p. m. Kev. J. K. Winuush, paator. SECRET ORDERS, North Star Lodge, No. i. A, P. A. M.—Meets First Thursday In each mon...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

IP -t AJSpPflBRftMtlgvr $l* a I H. 1 1 we «w mt^\ 1$ iV I 4 *MJ«S» 44 «»ftAKi »«jf» My weight has in creased about twelve pounds in the last two months. I would re commend any one af flicted as I have been to use this wonderful remedy." Dr„ Greene Will Advise You Without Charge• f* Hlmiilest., che»i««t,mort easily operated, fc'uily «u»r*nteod. Caialoirnnd form poultry book VltKK ItQIIHKN IIODHTOR CO., llox #f!. Dm Moines, la. AGENTS WAITED In every town to handle our WAIL PAPER PAVBRHANGERS Can double their profits by nlllng tho paper tuey hang. Appl/ Cor aainplo books at onoe. DM Moines, law*. wwm Ui' Salesmen Wanted Local and travel! rig. Pour months and Scitorspreferred. ear contracts. Energetic farmers or so References required. SPAULDING CO., Spaulding, Illinois. OcBnlEs COUCH SYRUP Cures a Cough or Cold at once. .Bronchitis, Conquers Croup, Whooping-cough, Grippe andConsumption. Quick,sure results. DT.Bull'sPillicureConstipation. SOpillslOe. NERVOUS WOMEN CURED BY Dr. Greene's...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

BP MUce is mild compared ^temper of tome women. r«0Jt think man'» foal t0^„Suimi b*" doesn't think at you do. TM"meara*ua CanaL ... •»i]i nrovo th^ link b0twwn ^itv^ndmny people. It will prove tfpjperity humanity in ^enera.lP Ini* fSeMiwf of the nation, as Stomach Bitters does that of ''"fever K1Xco vereeQdafortan idneya-. the appetite. See that K&vite K^enue Stamp cover, the jjjfc of the bottle. The mo" checks a spendthrift baB be faster he goes. A for Ortjip* s«««• "'"it kLo it on hand for us® the mo- 10 It Is needed: If neglected, the UnL brines on pneumonia. KEMP S lis AM prevents this by keeping the ,^h loose and the lungs free from in flation. All druggists, 25c and 50c. The mind should be cultivated as lt ll as the body. ['olfteness covers a great many .snrtcomingB. fojfothsrs of Large Families. tn this workaday world lew women so placed that physical exertion not constantly demanded of them their daily life. Mrs Pinkham makes a special appeal mothers of large families wh...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 February 1901

A ^nr **}. 5. «.-,.$** V* J'it -.. iA' ». A II v. preme courts. There are thirty-seven carriers And clerks in the federal depart ments, many oi whom by long eer7ice ored n. -«m^ Iowa State Bystander. Ki HT BTSTANDEB PCBl CO. SW.V I?? ?. DKS ^olifES, 1®», FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. RACE ECHOES. It is estimated that colored peo ple own and pay taxes on 225,000 acres of land in the delta counties of Mississippi. 00* At Savannah, Ga., a number of white bojs are employed at print ing and carpentering, and other work under Negro employment. a Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 27 The first international council ot of Grand Master Masons, colored, met.at noon today in the Masonic Temple, with colored Masons dig nitaries present from all parts ol the worid. 000 Pine Bluff, Ark., Dec 20.—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 $15 000, and the place conta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 February 1901

[, M'l 1 A N--' *-,'r wL if- sv KHU SilifB1S1H I(II1W) 2A KVKBT FRIDAY BY THE BVMAKDBB 'pn^SBINO COMPANY, FIFTH AMD LOCUST. ROOM 406 MARQUAMDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONB 8W. MNCIAL PAPBB OR TUB AKBO AMBMCA* «W- XBCCIVR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPSB OF THE MOST WORSHIPS DOTTED GRAND LODGB OF IOWA, A. F. & A. K. terms or SUBSCRIPTION. One year j? £, Three mouths All subscription payable In advance. J. THOMPSON. EDITOR, J. H. SHEPARP. MANAGER. Band money by postefflce order, money order, or draft, to the IOWA STATB BYSTAN- DBB Publishing Company. Communications must be written on one side of (be paper only and be of interest to the pub It "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember We will not return rejected manuscript, un ites acoompfcnied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Please pay your subscription now. Rev. Mrs. L. J. Phillips is on the sick list this week. Our choice for governor is Ho». A. B. Cummins. Miss Ethel We Ms entertained a few of her friends Monday night. Artist Tabernacle wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 February 1901

Iowa State Bystander* a 11 bystanderpvb. ff BBS MOINES, "aszsi IOWA. AT THE STATE CAPITAC Des Moines, February 8, 1901. Governor 61iaw has formally an nounced that he is not a candidate for a third nomination for governor at the hands of the republican party Of lows. While the announcement was not unexpected,' it will clear 1lie polltioal situation ami precipitate active campaign for the nomina tion. Governor Shaw's letter fol lows: lion, U. P. Clarkson, lies Moines.— Mv Dear Sir: The first mention of my name for a third term having (ipiiearvd J» the llegister. it is due that. iIk editor shrill in- flic first to receive a formal statement of my po sition. This was inince."ssary until lifter the decision of the supreme court on the Til us amenaiiHiit, anil ntivv 1 avail myself of the tirst hour in my otlice after tin: decision to say: 1 have been uracil by very many friends throng hunt the state, and not -a few beyond, to become at least a receptive candidate. The people. of Iowa hav...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 February 1901

sore'and I §U Tsr When some men entertain an Idea It Is a fair idea of cheap hospitality. THE W Cbronla 8ot* h»f* .. Mr /. Rlchardjjon had winning .Ja ott W» for twentyJ""". fried doctors and medicines without •ltd or any permanent good. Mr. Nuttnally, druggist, Hartford, fowaV recommended Morley's Sarsa oarilla and Iron to cure the cause of Fhe inside A few bottles cured his leg, lnd P«t him in better health than he has been In for twenty years. Ask rour druggist. We refund 1'Jc for every package or PUTNAM FADELESS DYE that fails I give satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., Hi?. (Jnlouvllle, Mo. W&' pf It's a poor flower that never has a I. icent. if* what Do the Children Drink Don't give them tea or coffoe. Hare yon tried the new food drlnlc called GHAlN-OVi '(t Is dellelouB anil nourishing, and takes the place of coffee. The more Ornin-O you give the children, the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain-0 is made of oure grains, and when properly prepared iaetefl lik...

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. — 8 February 1901

P6H LElPt.f« ON«t. •mImi' tkifntcf TIm f«v J'.,'. ... PP I'tftfV Thf old tradition that the hour* of •leepbefore midnight are hour* of "beauty «le«p" means only that lata hours take away beauty. Thouaanda ot night worker* will testify that eight hoara of sleep from 10 to 6 Is worth ten hours taken after retiring at 4 o'clock. In the morning. Darkness la the proper time for the sleep that does the most good. It is not well to sleep In a room ia which plants are grow* ing. Their food is carbonic acid gas. If they can live there the room is a bad place for you to 6leep in. Besides, plants use up a good deal of oxygen and give off effluvia and pollen irritat tng to the human system. The sound* eat sleep Is during the first three or four hours after going to bed. Thli has been ascertained by scientific ex* perlment, though most people think they sleep soundest Just before the time when conscience tells them to get up. Insomia often comes from over* eating. A little dieting may do more go...

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. — 8 February 1901

r-i CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. •ntv&ssm "!^g^ lT2.^8nx1d«r School: at li 5552 Imowng. «*JTf^atei, gM-»t 8 o'clock: Epworth L«ine»t7 pushing at 8 p. m. L- J. pastor African Baptist Churoh-Corner !ml ronrth streerta. Rev. F. Lomack L1 J£?.V,h?nff i(i 80 a. m. Sunday school pr Phlu,D8- Sotaool pastor, «*chlng gapertnt-9.30 ihTnir 1080 ft. m. sunaay sonooi p. '•—Mr M. B. Housten, Superintendent: Yoong Piople'sineetlnf 7 axt p.m. p. m., preaching Moines 11:09 18:30. .imi. if. E.-East Second wad pes Street—Sunday services, preaching m. Sunday School at i»:au. and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. at Ke welcome Rev. 0. W. Holmes, pastor, «D Des Moines streer. Preaching at 8 p. m. Rev. J. Belli pastor. Tabernacle Baptist Church Mission-Situated over006 East Locust street. Preachlngll a. Sunday School 1 o'elock: preaching "p.m. Bey. J. B. VTlnbush, pa»t SECRET ORDERS. tfnith Star Lodge, No. », A. P. A. M.—Meets First Thursday in each month at Masonic Hill—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep grd...

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. — 8 February 1901

iT fli *bi- ___ WlM»* •MM.J* B» th» railroads bar* been greatly aa soulless corporation! that were grinding the lift blood out of tin meple. The great Galveston disaster %u, however, revealed tbe toot that {be managers of theee corporations tin heart* which are susceptible of being touched by the cries of distress. Their trains were placed at the dis posal of all those engaged In relief Mrcrk on the coast Provisions and supplies were carried forward free of efcaiWl committees from every sec tion of the state were furnished trans jportaitlon, and when the refugees from Oalveston began to pour Into Houston and It became a serious question what ,waa to be done with them the railroads solved the problem by furnishing transportation without charge to all M&o wished to leave and to any point jtk«y wished to go. Grand Master An dierson Informs us that but for this fact Houston would hare been overrun iWlth people who had to be cared for, and that suffering and distress would have been ...

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. — 8 February 1901

Howard's Kone are exempt—all are liable. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has «f the grip got* yon? Grip fVir *'$t! §i teaBOESTS La Gripge Is epidemic •catarrh.—It "mares no dass or nationality. The cul tured and the Ignorant, the aristocrat ind the pauper. The masses and the elisses are alike subject to la grippe. 1B well named. Tie original French teim, la grippe, feas been shortened by the busy Amer ican to read "grip." Without intend ing to do so a new word has been eolced that exactly describes the case. 4 If Boffie Tiideous giant with awful (jsip had clutched us in Its fatal clasp. B»i, women, children, whole towns lot cities are caught In the baneful grlpAof a terrible monster. Pe-ru-na For Crip. I^Hrs. Dr. C. D. Powell, President of Jtpvortb League, also President of lxyal Temperance Legion, writes from Cbehalis, Wash:: *'l have used several remedies in eues of severe colds and la grippe, hut tone I consider of more value than Peruna."—Mrs. Dr. C. D, Powell. „i After-Effects o...

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. — 8 February 1901

/fowa State Bystander. W' BTBTAMOBB W* C» 81 'UBS MOINES, IOWA. ,V '"M FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. RACE ECHOES. Dr. Layman \bbott, president of the Outlook Pubiiahin# Comp any, gave a dinner in honor of Booker T. Washington while he was iu New York City last week it itms served in the rooms of the Alditte Club, at 111 Fifth avenue, aad Jill the member* of the editor ial a ml business staff ot the Out look magazine were present. "Up from Slavery," the story of Mr. Washington's life, which has been runuing in the Outlook as a serial since November. The dinner was arranged by Dr. Abbott in order that his staff could meet JProf. Washington. Edwin M. Bannister, the artist who died recently at Providence, R. I., painted "Under the Oaks," which received the first award medal at the Centenial, Philadel phia in 1876. The picture was was sold to Mr.Duff' of Boston for $1500. Frank Hall of New Orleans, La., Ananias Brown of Atlanta, Ga., Charles L. Berry of Youngs town, Ohio, were delegates to the 35t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

-fiW I $iw JVL,!••••• MW Itf' life""' Witt VOL. 7. THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. jfcpj Moo^y postc fflce order, money order, -at draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN ^nUisblng Company, iiiatinM must be written on one aide rf— O°'Y and 1M of interest to tbe pub la. "flbevttr is the soul of wit," remember at*wHinot return rejected manuscript, un by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Ethel wells has been quite sick jHfeweek. Hfc.fi/eo. jbin Sheffay. of Mucbakmock was a «Ettaarfa the city last Thursday. Sea. Hi. Mason, will sing a solo at the JL !8L SB Sunday school next Sunday.. HUSK E-ffie Mitchell, who was sudden very ill Saturday night, is im fHWifflg.. Hwsiee Nellie Ford and May Burke Jtef&gar ©skaloosa Wednesday morning ior several weeks. Me: G. Howard of Omaha spent a few cfrjya math his wife and friends last wade. EL Xfixoo, Jeweler, No. 316 We6t street. Tunes Tiauos and rC ^OihS «5£UB8, Clarrie Harvey, of Muohakinock jLiniiaat ia the city this \yeek expecting to mate fcer future...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

bwa State Bystander- i^^cT $ btstandkb fcb. ©a 1 DCS MOINES, IOWA. Th«re Is a special clam of farm I* borers in Sweden who are given many acres of land for their own us* ta consideration of so many days' la bor daring the year for the owner of the farm. They aro a sort of fixture to sn estate, and their like exists In bo other country. In one of his earliest cases Daniel O'Connell, the famous Irish liberator, made a report which attracted Consid erable attention to him. He was cross examining an awkward witness, who declared that he had drunk nothing but his share of a pint of whisky. "On your oath, now," thundered the young counsel, "was not your share all but the pewter?" Recently the medical faculty of the University of Heidelberg has made an Interesting report on the effect of tlie Incandescent light, whether gas or electric, upon the eyes. After mature deliberation they have decided that the Incandescent light is not. harmful and they specially recommend electric ity for lighti...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

A Remarkable Wffi- House of Representatives, Washington, Feb. 4, 1899. The Peruna medicine Co., Coiutnbus, OiiSo— Gentlemen—"I have taken Peruna pow for two weeks, and lind I am very much relieved. I (eel that my cure will be permanent. I have a so taken it for la grippe, and 1 take pleas, ure in recommending Peruna as an excellent remedy to all fellow suffer ers."—M. W. Howard. Congressman Howard's home ad dress is Fort Payne, Ala. uijT people think that catarrh Is a disease confined to the head and nose. Nothing is farther from thVtruth. It may be that the nose and throat 'Is the oftenest affected by ca tarrh, but if tliia is so It is so on because, these parts are more exposed JO the vicissitudes of the climate than ,other parts of the body. Every organ, every duct, every cavity of the human body iB liable to catarrh. A multitude of ailments depend on ca tarrh. This is true winter and sum mer. Catarrh causes many cases of chronlt disease, where the victim has not the slightest su...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 February 1901

•jtost .w* I c-^ fe- Nlr JlUCHAJONOCK K5T^' 'r Tbe Indatfrial Sewing dab of Valley |^]BhpUtt church gave asocial at the bonit of it* Pwridtdt Mrs. Amanda Bingaman. It was well Attended by our yoong peopl# and quite a neat little mm was realised. ^/Theeviwiig waa spent 1b social oonver .j-VajUon and games. Beftesbments were rseived by the oommtltee: Mefdames ttingamsn, Jaokcon, Coleman and Misses |\W, Anna WUlis and 8. Garland. gk1' Quite a number of friends from Bnston visited oar town last Monday. |f Mr. John Walker smila* all over his face—it1* a boy. We learn that F. Carey, the barber, will IOOQ erect an op-to-date tonaorial abop $x Boston. Dame anmorsajs that cards will soon ^. be oat, and the wedding bells ahall ohime her welcome tune for one of Boston belles •ad one ef Mnohakinook fimooa cornet players. Just another pleasant wedding and another happy home. Mr, Lewis London of Buxton spent a few days last week with brother E. A. JLiondop. The Indjutrial Sewing Cirole will give ...

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