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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 November 1896

A REMARKABLE CASE. ILL SINCE GIRLHOOD, NOW A PICTURE OF HEALTH. From tlio Ktar, Yidpnrahio, lud. Tho uttcution of tlio St:ir bnviug been called to Kevor.-d cases of 'radical euros ef fected by Dr. "Williams' I'iuk rills for Palo Peoylo, it \vun determined to investigate 6omo of tho moro notable of those cases, With a view to disseminating exact inform ation ou the subject uud banellting others who were suffering Prominent a among tbosowbo bad experienced benefits from tho utjO ol this remedy was liiontkmoil Mr. Mary Noren, v.il'e of John Noren, a pros l)oroiw farmer living northeast of Y'alpnr uiso, lud., and to hor reporter '.vas ue cordiiiglj disptitchod. Mrs. Korea was found busily engagod in housohold duties, but bo found time to do tail her experience, mid was willing an I even nux.ioie: Unit the benefit.-: she had felt bliould bo told fov the benefit of thosa who bnd KUll'rivd lis she did. "I had been ill since girlhood with a com plication of complaint.- ." said Mrs. Noren, n...

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. — 6 November 1896

Dtliers ask $3.50. the Leader.. Mi's Good Rubber, Fine Cloth )p Arties lies Arties lies Rubber ten's Feit Isoots you can Buy |Here for re can Sell You a Pair of Solid ^Leather Throughout Boots for liners Shoes at the Leader, Per R^alr idies Shops at Unmistakably gfljow Prices, Dougola Patent i£i!!eatlier Tip, Razor Toe, We 4Sell for Pelt Lined Slippers, Leather Soles for slt-lided Leather Soles, Fine E'VDongola Upper. Just the Tbingfora Winter Stioe, You Can Uuy Them Mere for IAP1TAL 617 /alnut Men's Good fork Mitts 25c $17 Walnut Street. I wUf sell th in for 1 Office Fifth 218 treat Political Contest fover, but the Great Struggle between tuality and Price at the 502 East Locust St. —and- JRead the Reports. jes. Economy Values Unparal- A Good, Heavy Every Day Shoe in tbe History of Bargain-giving for •Saturday and Monday. We_ Sell Kangaroo Shoes, Jo's Kazor Toe Shoes. $1.50 -°t^ lIiip for ,)g ine Dongola Shoes for iiueior..... ............ -)ur r^wet!lie.ll oeiitury Slices lltn's Ne...

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. — 13 November 1896

S l*» -*1 VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. rCBMHilKD EVBlir FRIDA.T BT THK BT* STANDKB fUULlSHINO COMPANY. Off ice t- ot. OFriCIAl. PAl'KK OP THE AFRO-AMEJSICAW PHOTKCT1VE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA.. OFFICIAL I'AI'EIt OP THE MOST WOB BUifrUL UNITED GKAND LODttC «V IOWA, A. F. A. M. TEHMS OF BUBSCIIIPTIOH. One y«ar (1.50 Biz month« 75 Three month* All subscriptions payable! &dy»nc> J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bend money by postolflce order, otoncj order, express or draft, to THB IOWA STATS (TSTANDEH Publishing Company. 'Communications uinst bo written on one •Ids of the paper only and be of interert to the public. "Brevity is ttie soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manusorlpt unless accompanied by postage atarapi. t2T All correspondence and communica tions must bo signed by the persons writing toe same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals. etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 ceutu per line for ouch ins...

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. — 13 November 1896

IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BV BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00, DES KOINES, IOWA i'.!. inns iiuu tno uuiuaii .'ciin' -i ..u laat seoma dlviuo. Ft-w men ever appreciate how an,' .1 t.'.ir. j.-ioiv do for them K-«! i.!: .i! wf know a man's heart, fin to say tliat we know hlia. i..n returns show that there Is a I.-1.--:' •. t: false piophets in the lull.. ?.*, r- lias iost hla job simply because lie 1 i-.1 not keep quiet until 6pOKt':C tO. The mmi who can adapt himself to all 1it-uls of sociclv ie not an ornament to tiny The m:su who says uo to himself in not.li.ne Las the devil for a traveling coruj-.iinlcn. II is *..hat yon do when not at work I'irit ii. :y imp character and causes 6Yicc^- iv»* The r.% who thinks more of amuse ment tl he dees of business never really fcujoys eiiuor. Sympathy is a very tine thing in the &bstr:^t, i-ut it hasn't saved a great nuiv.h.n- ci Armenian lives. The mibJie i»as no right to inquire lcZi- m^n's affairs beypnd the extent lueestiii.v for self protection. TT...

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. — 13 November 1896

fc.: ALL OVEK THE WORLD BOAT RIGHTLY NAMED. Steamer Dnuutlcs* Starts On IIH Tliirrt Cubnii Itcllcf Kxpedltion, JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 10.—Tho Btcauior Dauntless, which lias already landed throe expeditions in CUJU, is off uguin with a largo cav^o of firms, ammunition, medkiiues and supplies for the insurgents. The Dauntless went down JS'iissuu bound, where she lay to until sundown. Three yawl boats, manned by seven Cubans each and towiny two llat boats, boarded the Dauntless. The Kate Spencer and Three Friends joined the Dauntless and a number of boxes and packages were transferred toiler. The steamer, with Captain John Myers on board, was headed southeast. This expedition is the most daring of any yet under taken. ANTI-TRUST. President tlio Clayton'n Address to Farmers' CoitgresH. IsiJlANAi'OLis, Nov. 11.—A sensation »vas created in the national fanners' congress by 11. F. Clayton, of Indianola, Io\ya, the retiring president, who, in his annual address, assailed the beet combine ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 November 1896

cuAo'rtAS'SM.hA B*epresom Iowa In the Low­ er HOU36. /elow wo you iisf with stheir First- -S. M. Clark. :i,011 -Second—l.. Curtis Third- I). H. Henderson. I'1,70- Fourth rii'inas I pdegraff-7«24 Fifth tt (i Cousins ...5.76! Sixth- I. F. I.MCOV Iowa 37 Seventh j. A T. Hull 0,k23i iKight- -W. I'. Hopbum 74C N in A. I 11 a uro r. -. Tenth—.1. 1*. Uolliver Eleventh---George Perkins -7.• V8 Total .V.».33i Hon. .1. 1'. I oliiver lead* with 8 majority of about 10.^'iii followed closely l)\ D. i'». Henderson 10. 7Orj,tliCTi l'erkins uixl II nil's is over T.Cu. The gallant iiirht. thht Col. \Y. I'. Hepburn ami Mag. J. F. Lacev made was good, and each was sueeesMiil iiotwithstand ing concentration ol all other putt ies to defeat them. In the latter district there is about 2,000 color ed voters, and thoy showed goo judgement in supporting the Major. Iowa will have the strong est delegation in ability andexper icncethan any state in the Fuion •with the eloquent voice of Dollivt I and Cousins, t...

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. — 13 November 1896

Bke3»-s «& smrrui, 1 .for apawrtSgEiM .,.. *,»i .-•..' *j(&mx. .'••• ",. 't Jf BOAT &"•'• "1 MMB(( Dtnij Cnli JACKSOS steamer fe:-" landed •«-§,KE-PARD^JWA»iAQBR,{gC| n,BB mn8t W.rtU ... Ktwro re]Mud accompanied by postage atainps.: All same. signod by the persons •4e^farDwM "h"™611,)"• Baptist-Ea«t Second Street-Uef Jj ano^ Court Avenue. Service cf, anpaav school at 13 m. se: O, M. Williams, pastor. Mrst African •ad School: senpolat 13 i.Ioniack.pas| 11:1 lit I Rev. T. A. C'larS paitor. ""•j SECRET pftDERS.^ SUr Lodge, No. ». A. F. A. M.—MeHs J,Thnrs»l»y in each mouth at Maaoaie Ball-Oorqer West Sixth and Walnut Qt H. S. V. Blagburn, seawtai?. Ko ?rrMeete,on ia ea^hjnoath. at UiWilB Wefc«l P.VO. B. hi' PPBLISIUKO OOMPJUIR. Office—3 16 West Fifth St. OVTICIAL PAPEA or Tin PBOTliCTlVK Mptm4A4^mSm Jackson, M. C. 5 fBec. *W/ ... Lodge,~No^#lM. a. U. O. of o. Fw»ml iw*.(E^ISSK'-1-«*:^.-s»wwaw *& $r mfb v. ££^OL. 3. tor/t rat State Bystander, (MSJMD KVKMT riUBAY »T tn iT ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 November 1896

Ml StlW PIP •*jm IW^S" »T BYSTANDER PUBLISHIHO OFT raBxoim y"*7n UfWA fclui.trjag otter, puia into uie uimiaA fdb6 a toon that seem* divine, J?ew young men ever appreciate hon t&uca their sisters do for them. MI 1 1 •5f.-ii5i.1P-* jiJ&PNat until wo know a man* heart, ?:•:$ The public has no right to inquire Into a man's affairs beyond the extent necessary for self protection. I The devil almost gains our consent .,-to stay when he proves that nobody else is doing anything to make him «p- Every mother should train her chil dren as carefully as she would if the knew they were to be kings and queens. And It should be distfnotly under stood that the 800.000 bushels of wheat In the Chicago elevators that burned was real wheat The inventor of the corncob pipe has Just died, but the discoverej£^|he cab bage-leaf as a sFostitH*€lMi!ibacco lives on in his infa L'netftS&illtjr of employer* ages to workmen injured whlli employ is likely to benefit The exposure of a tooth in whli vi...

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. — 13 November 1896

«v^ ALL 0VE8 THE WORLD BOAT RIGHTLY NAMED: Tlilrd 8tmm«c DauntlcM Start* On Its Cuban Belief Expedition. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 10.—The 'steamer Dauntless, whiclf has already landed three expeditions in Cuba, is off again with a large cargo of arms, ammunition, medicines and supplies for the insurgents. The Dauutless went down Nassua sound, where she lay to until sundown. Three yawl boats, tnanued by seven Cubans each and towing two flat boats, boarded the Dauntless. The Kate Spencer and Three Friends joined the Dauntless and a number of boxes and packages were transferred to her. The steamer, with Captain John Myers on board, was headed southeast. This expedition .?.ia the most daring of any yet under -"taken. ANTI-TRUST. fresident to the Clajrton'i Address Farmer*' Congress. \:T INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 11.—A sensation 4 was created in the national farmers' congress by B. P. I Clayton, of Indiauola, Iowa, the retiring president, who, in his annual address, assailed^ the beef combine a...

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. — 13 November 1896

PI ryan S&ii''Wvtti ««£*W IE VUjWitJitiiSMlLA resent Iowa In the Low er HOU90. we give you a because ilways 000 Iowa Talent Wanted. !.e Vi- following is a letter receiv er the editor of the Bystander. •fK Sir:—The 0 utreen .ports cube mj- list Majorities -sljl. Clark-., 3,011 irMTOurtis- 3,0421 Mf—Xlioma9 l}pdegraff-7.24 1 pearl street. New York City. 6 -George *,» I I -lv (*. Cousins——-.5, fe 007 Fetal 59,331 |0u. J. 1'. Doll Ivor leads with a 35rity of about 10,8J6 followed by D. ii. Henderson 10 Perkins and" Hull's is I T,00. Tho gallant fight tlut P. Hepburn and Mag. J.• niemu»nmw'v"-j~ icoy made wji's successful notwithstand JP||§}ncentration ot all otherpart- defeat them. In the latter'* (strict there is about 2,900 color voters, and they showed goo 'lodgement in supporting the [jtfftjor. Jowa will have the strong fest delegation in ability and exper .ience than any state in the Union: With the eloquent voice ofDollivti [»nd Cousins, the heroic and earn ist oritory of Hepb...

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. — 20 November 1896

IK.':. f-t 'i.. }•. £j :f Iowa State Bystander. fUBI.LHUKD EVEBT FRIDAY BT TAX T' 6TANDEB PUBLI8HIN0 COJfPAHT. Office—3t6 West Fifth St. 0F7IC1AL PAPKB OF THE AFB0-A1IKBI0X* PBOTECTIVB ASSOCIATION Of lOWA. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF l'BB M01T WOk MHIPttU. UNITED GHAND LOD«B OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TKBMS OF 8UB8CBIPXIO*. Ona jraar 01,50 Six month* Three montbi ,M All subscriptions payable! a adrancs J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bend money by postolSce order, monv*H order, express or draft, to THIS IOWA 8TAT» •TSTANDE* Publishing Company. Communication* mnst be written on one elde of the pope, nly and be of, interest to the publio. "Brerity i« the aool of wit," remember, We will not return rejected manuierlpt vnless accompanied by poatage stamp*. a* tions All correspondence and communica­ mutt bo signed by the persons writing toe 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...

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. — 20 November 1896

it STATE BYSTANDER. BY ITVSTANDKR PUBLISHING fiES MOMS, i'ou ,ni op.lv (XX IOWA •-•iiihu'c while fcrocitj i•riii:. Wltrn mmity talk there is not much Ufif -rowli. with thinking. i-\Vu |o v! nws of tlic political va iic.'. Vv.'11 no. have another crop till uor talc-'s i?o.\ile a long tlmo to learn th.:i otibyr people seldom notice thcii dollies. The yunp woman will always look villi rr favor on her lover's BUil if it fits him well. We arc tohl that reforms arc already uoneil in Tuiuoy. But it is BO easy 10 KirioU'.iel them, you know. A majority of the iniia.bilants of the e.-th ai" i-n»py in the idea that they are martyrs to something or other. A drought in the northern part oi Nouth A-ibU'alia has made the harvest a total failure. Numbers of farmers are destitute. Even those who don't believe Is? long engagements wiil agree that en gayenicnts shov.Id he long enough for 11'n two iinfortuustes to get acquainted v, ::h each elisor. This is the time of year when it is dangerous to expre...

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. — 20 November 1896

ALL OVER THE WORLD JUDCfc, PARKER DEAD. Jlad NoiiUiicfd JiOO Crlmlnul* to the iul lowa During IIU I-ife. IMIIIT SMITH. Ark., XOV. lf.—Isaac 0. Smith, tho lamous "Iiuii^iny judge" of* Arkansas, dii'il at his home in this city on tlir 17th. Xol, perhaps, sincc the timu ol JHl'roys, tho. historic "hanging1 juilyo'' of tho reitfii of .luuics II, and his somewhat les noted succussor, •hidtfo I'a v. lias there lwn so re inor.srh'ss a trial jinl^o on the ln:nc:h. lie will have as (listiiig-uisheil a niche in the history of thu American judic iary .'is have the two above .named in England, and the spirit of his implue able earoer will liaunt the criminally disjjoscd in this .M'ctiuti of the country looy a I ier his mortal remains have hcen turned into dust. During hi$ career of years as .judge he had sen tenced not less than :'f:) prisoners to the gallows. OUTRAGE ON NEGROES. Kcutt:Hvy M*»: I'irrn lut-v Party of f.o^vorH. IViix AH. Kv.. Xiiv, IS. Four ne groes wrr sei'io isly wonnded anil f...

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. — 20 November 1896

W. a li* io| ):ra '•'yj ba: I 0 Mr r.:r IsiSTANDER N. AT TIIK L. Barnett. Louis Washington. Edward II. .Morris, J. W. E Thomas, Maurice Uanmann, John G. Jones, li. O. Lee, G. W. W. Lytle. S. L. Wiiiiams. .A. Den ison, C. I1. VV alker, E. G. Alex­ ander. L. W. Cummins, W. W. .lohnson, S. A. T. Watkins, W. H. Ward. 31. A. Mardis, A. G. Hubbard, J. II. Lewis. J. G* Lucas. H. G. Parker, J. E. White, W. 13. Akei-s, C. W Scrutehin K. M. Mitchell, W. G. Anderson, T. L. Johnson, .Miss Ida Piatt,, j. L. Turner, B. F. Moseley and E. II. Wright. Man^t^ese^entlemaii have won distif^toH and com petence in their chosen profession. Lloyd G. Wheeler is accorded first 515 E, LOCUST ST. Tfye Ottyer RACE ECHOES. The Chicago Legal News of Oct ober, devotes several pages to the Subject of colored lawyers. It seem* that Chicago, regardless of its pro portionate small colored popula tion. stands pre-eminently above all other cities in this particular. When thirty live lawyers are to maintain themselves in...

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. — 20 November 1896

£L fe'f «e¥t wfyJ" pr," V-* /St,' life «kifev !"h A/ 1 & s-~J Iowa State Bystander. NTOUSIUED ivm FBIDAT BY »r STAVDBB PUBUSHIWO OOMPAVT. Office—316 West Fifth St. ornoui FAPKR or Tint APBO-AMBBIOAB PBOTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Of IOWA. •rriOLAX PAPEB Oonmunicatlons mnst be written on OM sMe of U» pa par only and ba of interact to .tki)Hibtt«. "Brevity la the soul of wit," IMlMmbar. Wo' will not raturn rejected manuscript •leas Meompanlad by postage stamps. BF™ All correspondence and commnnica- 1)6 5 Thursday j- 07 TBB KMT W0B- einrvux. UNITED a BAND LOOM or IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBMS OF BUBaCBirriOB. ^5]m *»nw Sir months. fk»e» months All subscriptions payable! nadvanoa J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bud money by poatofflce eider, "press or draft, to Tu IOWA ttin ikniKDu Publiahlng Company. signed by theperaoiis writing ^n."nte.^innien!«' concerts, festivals, 'or ^hich an admission fee In charred, will bo published at the rate of 5 cents per une for each insertion. List...

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. — 20 November 1896

Vt Sad^ Wist t'6 •jjJIUU^U.kl.U.,.ir BY- BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COk DEB M0HTE9, re A drought in the northern part south Australia has made the harvest a total failure. Numbers of farmers ar« Restitute. Istril /(Jnited States Consul General Karal, ti" St.-Petersburg, Russia, has sent to tldiatiie state department at Washington Las jt? extended report of the world's wheat larvest for 1896. He gives the short ,'0-: as 185.485.542 bu. The United .'ates, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, wU-tiiii, Australia and East India de base 1G5,382,959 bu Russia, 56,575, low? 'Countries of consumption—im foliitin'g—have 37,205,123 bu more than .1 .S95. Spain and Portugal only have «ofta crops. France has a crop about equaJL to .last year. There is an increase in .Italy and Great Britain. The fig s', ures appear to be a little mixed, but I we give them as received. They show a liberal shortage, that is their value. 3Iigg »n*lj :. I Bertha Robinson, a tall Chi- U®jagpj.bl6nde, has traveled all the way (to JJ...

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. — 20 November 1896

r~: •SvX 1 Si iWw MP ALL OVER THE WORLD JUDGE PARKER DEAD. "ml Sentenced 800 Criminal! to the Cal lows During Itli Life. TOUT SMITH, Arlt., NOV. 19.—Isaac C.. Smith, the famous "hanging judge" of Arkansas, died at his home in this city on the 17th. Not, perhaps. sIhctT the time of Jeffreys, the historic "hanging judge" of the reigu of James II, and his somewhat less noted successor, Judge Page, has there been so re morseless a trial judge on the bench. He will have as distinguished a niche in the history of the American judic iary as have the two above named in England, and the spirit of his implac able career will haunt the criminally disposed in this section of the country long after his mortal remains have been turned into dust. During hig career of 20 years as judge he had sen tenced not less than 20J prisoners to the gallows. OUTPACE ON NEGROES. Kentucky .AIo:i Fires Intu I'artjr of J.opfrcrs. I'AOUCA ir, Ky., Nov, IS.—Four ne groes were seriously wounded and five others .sprin...

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. — 20 November 1896

515 E. ItfJT r~ swr^ j" i, A-^LK A ffir* at The Cither $l?oe $tore 1 RACE ECHOES. I^TT'Si AXi The Chicago Legal News of Oct ober, devotes several pages to the abject of colored lawyers. It seems that Chicago, regardless of its pro portionatc small colored popula tion, stands pre-eminently above all other cities in this particular. When thirty five lawyers are to maintain themselves in a cit) whose colored population is not above two score thousand, it cert ainly speaks well for that city that permits the source of this supplj to rest in the people generally. The following are the names of tht legal fraternity: Lloyd G. Wheeler. Richard A. Dawson. Ferdinanc L. Barnett, Louis Washington, pTward II. Morris, J. W. E ffhomas, Maurice linnmann. Jolin Jones, R. O. Lee, G. W. -W. S. L. Williams, .A. Den P. Walker, E. G. Alex- uytle, ison, mder, L. lobnson, W. Cummins, W, W. Uohnson, 8 A. T. Watkins, W. B. Ward, M: A. Jlardia, nbbard, Ward, J, H. Lewis, J. G- Lucas. Parker, J. E. White, W. B...

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. — 27 November 1896

1 r.j t* •it Iowa State Bystander. loauenm KVKBT TODAY ar iSpn FP1LUHIW COMTAirT. \316 West Fftth St. VbSor in AJTBO-AMUUCAJI AgaociAxlo» All wbecrtpttans ow tfmx. MflOIit tn MQfT WMh norm vrj JOBASD USM or low if. *A.M. traitor •CMCBirno*. kyitfU I I mbatba imontba J. L. -JHOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. 3HEPARD, MANAGER. mo! Sy poatoiflo* ar&~r, aowf •xpr* draft, to T» IOWA ItAta PnblUh lnjjpoinpaBy. ir^Maagilntloai raiut b« written W OM ',«M* of the paper oaljr and be of iattntito Mm pabllo. "Brevity faftk* tonl of wit," ruaember. Wo will not return rejected manuscript UI«h accompanied by pottage •tempt. fW All correspondence and conimunica be signed by tbeperson* writing All entertainments, concert*, festival*, or whicl1 ®n admission fe«* Is charred, will be published at tbe rate of Sj cents per line for each insertion. Lists of prevents for anniversaries, weddings, ete., will bo eharged extra. (OVA'S LEADIIG COLORED PiPEB. CITY NEWS Order your hats made—Masons's. Mrs. E. T. Banks is...

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. — 27 November 1896

IOWA mr ww: 1W i' BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING (XX BIB HOMES, IOWA Wh«n in doubt, say nothing. A season of rest Is sure to follow all great struggles. 5 Election prophecies are not worth fifty-three cents on the dollar It is reasonably safe to judge a man's, habits by the appearance of his shoes, •SJ1 (kS The world seldom fails to decide that you ought to have known better. '•flfsB' scandal requires no eloquence or poetic language to secure an eager au dience. mmmr^"7:'- STATE BYSTANDER. Do not think for a moment that the weather regulates itself either to please or thwart you. If people would only reflect that it is more trouble to do wrong than right the world would be happier. What this country needs most is practical scientist who can invent an attachable steering apparatus for cy clones. The suggestion to give each member of congress a clerk might be Improved by an amendment allowing the clerk to take his seat. If a man lies clumsily to a woman about a few little things, ho can lie ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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