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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 October 1895

^pSjPr?*FV?F&W-- WHAT WOMEN ARE DQINQ. Tlicre are 967 woinou employed In tho national und stato banks of tho United States. Lady Salisbury has a habit of turning away her head when shaking hands with a stranger. Mi'B. A. S. Palmer, who died recently in Cleveland, taught Jame* A. Uarfield ills alphabet. Miss Llelewyn Davla, the leader ot Slio woman miffVagiats of Great Britain, is a remarkably handsome woman. AmonR the empires of tho treasury department at Washington is Mrs. Wil cox, a grandp^co of President Jackson. It is sali that Mrs. William R. Mor rison, "Who for years has been her hua ^a^d's constant adviser, is a very able politician. Mrs. Mary F. Hansel, of Ellcnvllle, N. Y., became enough of ft lawyer to bo debarred for fraudulent methods in executing pension vouchers. Mrs. Harmon, tho wife of the new uittornoy general, is said to bo an un usually fine conversationalist and a woman of rare intellectual powers. In St, John's church, Mollne Ala., the "argost church in tho ...

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 October 1895

LOCAL NEWS. FHIO.VY. rOHKI iN'.I.V Advertisers Can Reach The Colored 1'coplo of IVs Moines .1 ml Iowa Only Througfh the Iowa State Bystander. gagnaeeiaeeHto Mrs. 4.'. C. Lewis di\-\ baby arrived iix the city from Newton this week. Uev. lr. Williams will preach at Yonnfjatown each Sabbath at .') o'clock j. in. Ilcw UecvcK a! tended Live Polk comity Sunday School convention at Hr'unes this week. "Mr. Wright, of Marshalltow 11. father of Herbert I!., was a business viriier in the city this week. li is expected thattho Misses ilophins *f Corning' *.vill visit in th's city the latter part- of N'ovemhcv. Vhas. Hurkv. alias "Weeny .Jack," •Rfjain a fixture here and will rroKibly •cagajg* in his former business. Attorney *A. 1.. He!! rind Mrs. lay 1 ewis returned Tucs hv from St-urt. the home of Mr. I toil's parents. Mrs. t-iatevsood. mother of Mrs. 0. S. Stewart, has been quite sivk for several thiy.s, but is now convalescent. 1 George Ihum was called to Kansas ity this week by the sad ann...

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. — 1 November 1895

ii.' *V Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVEltY F11IDAT BY T11K BT JBTANUEH 1'UULISlIlNg COMPANY. CHARLES 8. RUFF, Editor. THADDEU8 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. JOSEPH H. 8HEPARD, Manager. 0?7KJIAL l'AI'KU OP Tills A t* ltO-AMlEKICAK PROTECTlVtC AB8QOIA.TIOW Of 16WA. OFFICIAL 1'AI'rcil OF THE MOST WOB BIIU'JTUI. UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TEItMS OF SUBSCltU'TION. One year $1.50 8i* months 75 Three months 60 All subscrip11 onsj^yftbljn pea Office: RI:arsrnn Br.K., Third Fi.oor. Send money by postofilco order, money order, express or draft, to The Iowa Stats Bvstandek Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one •ide of the paper only and be of interest to the public. '•Brevity is the soul of wU," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. 1W All correspondence and communica tion: must be signed by the persons writing thf» same. All entertainments. concerts, festivals, etc., for whic'i uu admission fee is charged, will...

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 November 1895

^:,K*V'''.• [.' &*•:'' SW mw: '•AT! DES MOW&8, not wortn IOWA Every child should be a new edition of ita parents, revised and improved. One disadvantage of the bloomer hab it IB that girls may use their bloomers (or Christmas stockings. I The sermon that has nothing in it that comes out of the Bible, will never bring any persecution to the preacher. Unless the Cuban insurrection comes to a speedy end we will be obliged to keep on importing Havana cigars from Wisconsin. Experiments of the army with "emer gency" rations indicate that the con densed food tablets would be a good thing to feed to the enemy. The Duke of Marlborough is three inches shorter than his prospective bride. But he will not be so "short" when he gets her millions. When Grandpa VanderbiK was rais ing garden truck he spelled his name Van Der Bilt. But the good old man's children were not built that way. When Frank Selig was arraigned in a Chicago police court the other day and was fined $5 and costs he had n...

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 November 1895

fgraamr THE LITTLE SCHOOL. tI13 school boiue over which Ml33 Mattie Smith had reigned for quite a number of years was situated on ft hill just beyond the diminutive village of Wales. It wa» .2.v? upon tho outakli'U a a a to bo in a snaky place. Miss Mattie, however, had nev er seen any snakes and didn't believe there were any. She had no objections whatever to tho situation, but the house itself was old. Whenever Miss Mattie met a. school trustee Phe was bound to tell him right decidedly that she must *iave a new school house, one with a cellar for the coal and room for her desk away from the draught. Wut in the spring time the draught from the door was very welcome, ar 'I Miss Matlie was grateful for all tho «ir she uould get as she sat at her desk, bearing tho spelling lesson. "Hero, hero," drawled Miss Mattio's pet, Nan Foster. Then Nan came to a pause and fiddled nervously with the pockets of her apron. "Well," queried the teachcr. "I know what it means," declared the little gir...

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 November 1895

LOCAL NEWS. FH1DAY. NOVUM liKK I, 1 Mtr,. Advertisers Can Reach The Colored I'coplo of Des Moines and lown Only Tl»roupti the Iowa State Bystander. Mrs. W, 11. Scott its on the sick list. .loe LaOour left for '.'liicafT11 Satur I'JI.V. Hudson Woods arrived in the city lust week, Mr. Levi lliley has been rather indis posed ihc past week. l'rosMinj,'" Elder Wilson was a Des Moines visitor thib week. Mr. J. E. Mosely has been suffering with rheumatism this week. Miss Hrodioe has returned IIOMICfrom a pleasant visit to hidianola. Mrs Thomas Williams, who has been ijuilcsick. is much improved. Mrs. Terry and licr daughter. Rosa, are now living- oil Tenth and Scott StJVOt«. Mrs. ('. Lewis left for Newton Monday, after several days' visiting in this ci' v. Knuxville. 7 Mr. Mi-Clare visited Mr. and Mrs. "Milligan Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Samuel Washington and wife re turned to this city fr( l.'ncoln, Neb.. Saturday last Mr«. Allen is much improved from her recent illness and was...

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. — 8 November 1895

IV I .•-T- "V I VOL. II. Iowa State Bystander. •t'L'KI.IlfilKJj KVKJ1V FKIDAY 11Y THE BT SVANDKU rmJLlHIIINO COMPANY. CHARi.ES §, RUFF, Editor! rHADDEU'i S. RUFF, A930Clat0 Editor. JOEt'PU H. SHEPARD, Manager. I'Al'l.'R OF TUB AFKO-AMKIUCAW ITiOTlCCTIVIi ASSOCIATION OK IOWA. OiTIOIAlj I'Al'KIt OF THE MOST WOK BllIlMfUI. UNITED KANI) I.ODQE OF IOWA, A. F. 4 A. M. TKRMS OF SUBSCKIl'TION. Ono year $1.50 Mix months 75 Hareo months 60 ^^^jj^bscriptions payablei advance OFJ-'ICK: RKOISTKB BI.K., Tiimn FLOOR. dend money by postoilica order, money order, express or draft, to THIS IOWA STATB BrSTANUISH Publishing Company. Communications uinst bo written on on® *dde of the paper only and bo of interest to fthe public. "Brevity is tho soul ot wit," .'remember. He will not return rejected manuscript tunlosa accompaniod by postage stamps. ALL correspondence and communica tions,' must be signed by the persons writing fcb« same. iUI entertuinnienls, concerts, festivals, •etc., for which an admissi...

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. — 8 November 1895

Sf:' CUAJU.KS S. mUT, DKS MOVNES. Editor. r, ducto have low. Chicago gamblers carry faro-layouts iround in their hats. Chicago's motto Is: "1 will." The bicycle craze lias added tfyc past year $5,000,000 to the bank accounts of rubber dealers. About the time Japan grabs Hawaii she will tumble in the soup tureen, li Is not a. Chinese fort. Now it is'"Claimed that bloomers arc better for ij^ater than for summer wear. How abonSjftthiug e«its? If there^Branything to the London jmarket at present besides Harney Bar ato it mu4 be too unimportant to be Sooticed. [jig and somewhat dis (,how much more idemi to cash a check than it ill ad. /Slr^y the time congress meets public .(uitc ?sVon in United Stater, will force make some expression in favor oi Mrs. Iipressed Cubans. -are u\v streets. "jss^R?er, who lias left Manager Rico to be married. A btTtViaQltJjrC'fcrs #a AM A successful as streetcar con ir(seems natural to a m.m tc ^qgmsin demand his small E .. I' i— year ble ie American politici...

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. — 8 November 1895

•«& .,.*• I jJ 17 KOM S MMtlt. 1'f sail! Tlie iirocz:- is fair We'll leave 11io land a-lee 'J'liere'H never a IIICKII of carr* (»n iho hrou'l. 'iriulil, open sra. "W1 Ihnti^li tlie west wiiul. veer, Awi:! IM lhi sky rv,v JAIIIII as halt1, \Y(''1I whistle away all tear -\inl laujOi in the faie of I'aio. a I'l'eO NOHjf l'\ir tt Si'y son .', Vi'illi a iwamr of ihe swrinliitm brine, Thai shall nial'.e ihe li^lit In llie eye leap bright I,ik( ilio (iii^linir lasle oi' wine! oi.ei' wo lutvo won ilio v.as'e Vi'liero never was man's fool set, .Allien to the stress of haste And the woi world dreams of fret! Ninv for the eleariiiR »\vo, And the heart a-hiysl with K! -i\ the 'ireal li'ue sky f.'iider the jrreat hint: sea. a free son, }'iir a sra sons, With a dash of the KtinjilnK l»rlno,\ And very word A winded lil.e a bird In ihe anther morning shine! ruiP'.s- UKVi'-'*« Willi an outlaw track, doped hrO'W-S and a lot of irresponsible stable boys, it's prcity bard to say that any one thing ...

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 November 1895

VT. H. Hirney lnis r»lk, IS. ]1., fur a twi» lH'l.V Advertisers Can Reach The Culored l'ooplo of Des Moines ami Iowa Only Through the Iowa State Bystander. 1 jit tic list. Johnny .Shaffer is 011 the sick trono. lo Sioux weeks" viMt. All communications mu*t he M^rncd by the parties writing- them to insure publication. The fiit Sunday in December is grand roily day for a new lot at iMde Baptist church. The East iSMc Kaptisi Church liave Thanksgiving-services at tl ou Thanksgiving day* Albert Ilel! was clerk of the election board in the ihird precinct of the second ward. We have heard several compliments passed on his work. His books were clean and accurate. This l»o :ril was one of the tii-st to complete its work and give the totals of the day's voting. Mr. Hell is also township clerk and ivc nnderstan 1 lie is giving excel lent satisfaction. St. Paul A. M. 10. Church on Second and Center. T. Reeves, pastor. Preach ing morning and evening. Sunday School at 3 p. in. John Hardy, supt. C...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 November 1895

"N, VOL. 1 Iowa State Bystander. PIJIIUTJHKD VJIJ:V FKIUAY NY THK BY BTANUKK l'UItUHlUNO COMI'ANV. CHARLSS S. RUFF, I EtJitorl THADDEUS S. RUFF, Associate Editor. JOSEPH l{. SHEPARD, Manager. OFRU.'IAL PAL'EK OF THE AFUO-AMKUICAN L'TSOTKCTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAI'KK OF THE MOST WOR SHIPFUL UNITED GRAND I.ODOK OF IOWA, A. V. & A. M. TKUMS OF SUiJSCIUl'TION. One yoar $1.50 Hix months 75 Tbreo mouths 50 OFFICE: RKOISTEI? BI.K., THIRD FI.OOII. Send money by postottlce order, money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STATE BYSTANDEU Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one »ide of the paper only and be of interest to the public. Ili3revity CI IA K1 N( )C I\—E. I.(N DO N. NEWTON—M ISS JESS IE MOORE. OTTI'MWA—W. S. PAOE. OSKALOOSA—MISS LUCY BUCK NKR. JIT. PLEASANT—I). SMITH. PICK AY—MRS. A. SAWFOOT. SIOUX CITY— MRS. II ATT IE E. ROBERTS. We have been moving this week into new quarters and have been compelled to leave out many news items and correspondents...

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. — 15 November 1895

$ 4 11 rowa State Bystander CI1AHLKS 8. ltt'I-K, IC.Htor. DES MOIrMiS. '•V~ IOWA, One advantage of foot ball !a that the fight always comes olT. Pie socials are the thins with the up per crust in Kansas society. The "I Told You So" man is getting In his deadly work from Maine to Cali fornia. Watch the sultan of Turkey ho is likely to work the straw bail trick on the powers. The different countries of the world now use 13,400 different kinds of post age stamps. The. butterfly collection belonging to Prof. Neumoegen of Brooklyn. N. Y., is worth $60,000. It cost Texas §20,000 to keep Corbett end Fitzsinunons apart. It also cost Mrs. Corbett No. 1 $100 a week. It is said that the water in the Ohio river is so low that the catfish have left the stream and have gone to Cincinnati for beer. Remember that the best burglar in the world is the dead one. If it comes to a question of shoot or to be shot, don't be shot. Venezuela says she "can put 100,000 men into the field." Unless Uncle Sam in...

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. — 15 November 1895

fowa State Bystander, CUAHLKS S. IU:FK, Kiitor. DES MOI\Ks. *v~ IOWA. One advantage of foot ball is that the fight always comes off. Pie socials arc the thing with the up per crust in "Kansas society. The "I Told You So" man is getting In his deadly work from Maine to Cali fornia. Watch the sultan of Turlcey he is likely to work the straw bail trick ou the powers. The different countries of the world tiow use 13,400 different kinds of post age stamps. The butterfly collection belonging to Prof. Neumoegen of Brooklyn, N. Y.. is worth $60,000. It cost Texas $20,000 to keep Corbett Bnd Fitzsinwcons apart. It also cost Wra Corbett No. 1 $100 a week. It is said that the water in the Ohio river is so low that the catfish have left the stream and have gone to Cincinnati for beer. Remember that the best burglar in the world is the dead one. If it comes to a question of shoot or to be shot, don't be shot. Venezuela says she "can put 100,000 men Into the field." Unless Uncle Sam interferes Jo...

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. — 15 November 1895

'i & ft S' ir t,- I I I LOCAL NEVvS. PRI DAY, NOV KM'UI5It ir#, S* Advertisers Call Reach The Colored People of Moines and Iowa Only Through tlie Iowa State Bystander. Anderson Montoe was indisposed this week, Ivlilh Stanton is sullbrin^ with bron eliilis. Mi's. C. S. this week. J.ho I Stewart is ropoi'U'd quite ill Mis Eva Robinson lias boon sulll-rin^ "\vitii the grippe. Louis Austin was detained from work S several days this week. with Last Take dinner church on Thank-irivin Side Uaptist iv. Only 25c. You ml your girl at the Cake Walk next Friday evening, East Side Baptist church. Mr. T. E. 15arton, wiio was Chicago sjverivl days this week returned home Wednesday. C. S. Stewart was indisposed tlii^ week, which necessitated his absence from oilicial ilntv, a few days. Grand,entertainment and Cake Walk :it East Side lJaptist church, next Friday oveniny, November '12. (In to the Cake Walk at East Side Hap tist church next Friday evening, Novem ber 22. Admission e. The ladies ol'...

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. — 15 November 1895

I LOCAL i. t'~ J: NEV Anderson Motnou week. Ivl it 11 cliilis, Mrs. C. S. this week. \vS. Fit I DA Y, NOV I0M I»i5R ir., li« Advertisers Can Reach Tho Colored People of 'K*» Moines and Iowa Only Through the Iowa State Bystander. was indisposed this Stanton is KiilVeiin^ with bron Stewart is reported quite ill Miss Eva Robinson lias been sulVei-iii£ with the grippe. Louis Austin was detained from work several days this week. Take dinner with East Side llaptist church on Thanksgiving day. Only 2oe. You and your ^irl at the Cake Walk next Friday evening, East Side Baptist church. Mr. T. lv Harton, who was in Chicago fijvorivi days this week returned home "Wednesday. C. S. Stewart was indisposed this week, which necessitated his absence from ollicial duty, a few days. (irand.entertainnient and Cake Walk lit East Side Uaplist chuieh, next Friday uveiling, November 22. On to Hie Cake Walk at East Side Bap tist church next Friday evening1, Novem ber 22. Admission lfc. The ladies of Jiurris...

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. — 15 November 1895

I if If cnc 60. eua. ar In the COL fore the revoi*'sea T.I VINii I'lCTl'RES IN BROAD DAYLIGHT—ONE REAL LIVING PICTURE MefU Another—What She Took For Spirit Wan llor Frloni. Ghosts don't walk in broail daylight, and vet when a woman liuds herself suddenly confronted by the friend she lms mourned as dead sho is apt to experience a creepy sensation that isn down in the dictionary. In a case like this no amount of presence of mind or self-possession can ward off the mingled feeling's of astonishment, fear, joy and curiosity that will render a woman temporarily tong-ue-tied. It is only after again seeing the cherished smile of greeting, after again feeling that Y, TWO I.IVING PICTURES MEET. there is throbbing life beneath the dainty glove, and after again hearing her own name spoken in the ever fa miliar voice, that this strange sensa tion vanishes. TLIF: STP.ANGE MEKTJXG. The meeting of the two women whose pictures are Here given, shows that everyday life furnishes experi ences as thril...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 November 1895

|*r I !j?i 1 Iowa State Bystander. 1'UUX.I.SIIKI) KVKUY 0F71CIAI, PACKtS OF TIIE AFitO-AMEiilC'AN __ I'KOTKCriVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL I'AI'KU OK THE MOST WOK BIIIITUI, UNITED 0KAN1) I.ODQK OK IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TKltMB OF SUUSCr.U'TlON. One year $1.50 Six montlis 75 Tiireo months 50 All subscriptions pnyablei fuivftrica Seal money by poatoifico order, money onlor, express or draft, to Thi:Iowa State iJy.-'TANup.H Publishing Company. Ooinniunicatious uinst bo written on ono side of the paper only nnd bo of interest to the public. "Brevity is toe soul ol wit," remember. Wo will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. i-i? All correspondence Jinl communica tions must be signed by the persons writing tho same. All entertainments. concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Lists of presents for anniversaries, weddings, etc., will be charged extrn. ONLY AF...

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. — 22 November 1895

J.t.t mvi«.ULIWIW .. ny.M.. I mil II I..L fowa State Bystander CllAKLl'.S 8. RUFF, Ktlllor. DES MOIRES, IOWA Men with ono idea are ofton worse than Chose with none. Queen Victoria's silvorwaro at Wind sor castle is valued at $12,in0,000. Turkey has had a change of cabinet, but its real need is a change of popula tion. There arc still more women than men in Massachusetts, but they don't count ^politically. With good flour $3.25 per barrel, np pies $1 per barrel and potatoes 20 cents ..a bushel nobody ought to go hungry this winter. The icemen have already begun to talk about a poor crop of ice. They should not be so easily discouraged. There may be several chilly days yet before spring open?. The Indiana Suspender Company has assigned. There is nothing very re .markable in that it was iis regular )business a to suspend. But it should ^brwee up now. woman accidentally dropped into 15er husband'* office yesterday and dis covcred him using one of her biscuits as c: paper weight. The nei...

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. — 22 November 1895

PEHSONALS. Mrs. James L. Gates, of Milwaukoo owns a Jiihlo that way brought ovor in the Ma 2'flow or in 1020. Mnvo. Adolina PatU., who Was takou Mi'Ulenly ill in Birmingham, is suffer ing from laryngeal catarrh. Mr9. Maud Balllngton Booth, wifo oJ tho coin ma ml or of tho Bulvation Army has started on tour of tho Paciilc coast. Col. M. Lewis Clark, tho racing ex pert, is going to South Africa to visit his brother, .lefferson Clark, who ha3 ma do a largo fortuno in mino specula tion. Alexander S. Williams, ex-captalu end inspector of tho New York frolico force, lias been nominated for state fcehalbi' by tho Republicans of the Twelfth New York district. Mark Twain has been quite a pro lific Inventor. His first patent, taken out in 1871, was a strap for suspending trousers. He has been assignee of quito a number of patents, several of recent date. Gen. Guitierrez, governor of the Btata 0f San Luis Potosi, Mexico, who in now 111 Atlanta, ta oiio of tho richest men Mexico, owning valuabl...

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. — 22 November 1895

pLOCAL NEWS. FftlOAY. NOVKMKKK Advertisers Can Reach The Colored IVople of Des Moines and Iowa Only •Through the Iowa State Bystander. se= Daniel Rov is ill this week. JUalph Morris is quite ill thi? week. Miss Actios Roy has bem quite ill (his week. Mrs. Samuel Washington arrived in the city Sunday. tor Sale—A tirst-elass barber shop. In quire at Tin: ]VSTANIM oll'tce. •M illis Morton has gone to Conway, la., to visit ln» daughtir, Mrs. Lincoln. K. T. Hanks and Henry Clay are con templating a visit to the. southland. Mrs. I^ewis Washington ha? siek tor several tin vs. but is mom iv. been quite improving Misses Mary and Ollic Ilopkin.-are ex }»eeled to be in attoidaure at the Pathtiiul cis' soiree. Mrs .J. 1). Carter ha? MuchikLnoek, here he days visiting. returned from spent several Mrs. Henry Warrick has irone to Kan sas City to visit her sister, Miss I'orter.for a couple of weeks. 1\ II. Rirney. who hss been vi.-iting in Sioux Falls, Dakota, arrived home Sun day, much improved in...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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