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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 December 1896

AiW CkY, «*. ises ij 1^? Im •V* Vv 'M .®sv W^ftJiW 3 towa State Bystander. lOIUMID imT TODAY BT TJOt BT .CTAVDKB FUBU8BINO OOMPAXT. Office—S16 West Fifth St. orncrix PATKB or TUB AFRO-AMBHICA* PBOTIOTITB ASSOOIATIOM O* IOWA. •VnOIAZ. FAPIB OF THB MOST WO» uorruz. DHITCD OBAKD LOOM or IOTTA, A. r. 4i A. M. TBBHI OF (UBICBIPTIOV. yitfii Iii(fai*tl«t»i***(«»* ••W'?® W/w ., •Is montha .« ThrMmotatba............ N AllubWipBOM PATtblW 8 |4W»W Ur L. tHONlPSON, EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARD. MANAGER. ^P^rmon«7 by poitotBo* wdm, aoaqr iQtMPU Publishing Company, ,,,. Cocamiiaicationi mmt be writtra on en* aldaof tfi# papar only and b«of in tarsal (0 lha publlo. ''Brarity tbs aoul of wit," Mmamber. Wit will not return rejocted manuaoript UUaaa aocompaniad by poataga atampai (W Allcorregponileuce and commnnica StTluw' k® "'P1®^ 'y the persons writing entertainments, concerts, (eatiyala. 'or wbicb an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cent* per OW for each insertion. Lists of p...

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. — 18 December 1896

\&f V'are 8- mrni BY BY8TAMD*! PUBLISHING 0& DlBHDim, People who are really Duty are sel dom aware of the fact In talcing chances do not forget that the weight of accident is also gen erally against you. If every man had the courage of his convictions therewould be no end of if in is The tougher a man is the more apt he is to show by his conduct that he believes that careless charity will atone for a vast amount of reckless sin. One of the superstitions that will survive until the end of time is that the man who does not smile when ad dressing a female acquaintance is a crossgrained bear. -Peopia generally are now putting football ou the same plane as prize fighting. In a prize-fight it is hardly possible for more than two people to ej be killed during the game, while in a football scrap half a dozen or more t0-: may perish. We may all live to see it I prohibited. The New York Journal collected opinions from a number of prominent people on Thanksgiving day, as to 7?"why they...

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 December 1896

m. & «f .w MV & 8ft m:i,.!ri, m. fa 1 faa fc JvM TIRED SALESWOMEN. (Smployors Should Be More Gon siderat© of Their Health. Interesting statement toy tTfU| Mf •, In Brooklyn. In the vast retail establishments of large cities, many women are ,em ployed as saleswomen. Men formerly held the positions that women now hold, and while womcn'Bor ganism is less strong than men's they arc cxpccted to do the same worlc. Tlioir duties compcl them to lio on their feet from morning to night, and many of them, in a short time, contract these dis« tressing complaints called "female diseases.*' Then occur irregularities, suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness, indigestion, leucorrhcea, general de bility and nervous prostration. They are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, ex* eitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all-gone" and want-to-be-left-alone feelings, blues and hopelessness. In such cases there is one tried and true remedy, hy...

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. — 18 December 1896

diij1 Bargain. 41 l' tr S" I A Sftit Bargain. In. Our Children's Department Umbrellas— 50c to..r Kerchiefs— icto...v.......... bafflers— 15c to v....... Initial Handkerchiefs—• 5c to Initial Sdk Handkerchiefs— IOC to— '... Carpet Sweepers—Bissell's Domestic—cheaper than abroom rt of the ezet calling of the ti President Clevtr-v commit* "yanrti* 19 the 4th of ilarfk-iiiok Spoon Free to AT^ j*uaggr**~m. I jS\?VV, ft* -t# Genuine V' Imported1 Japan Cups and Sau- Nice Line of Dolls, ccri, Delpha Blue Figures, a great fad .. Handsome Imp. China Cup and Saucer Handsome Decorated Cup and Saucer, only Biggest Bargain in Des Moinea.sCup and Saucer.. -it. Plates.. 10c 0 £stra Fine Opal Plates Owl Salt and Pepper OpaiSa Shakers rw Golden-Rule. &n-' gpat# Art TTrirt**rti't*nr The Place to boy those Choice $10 Suits. '.j The'Overcoats aud Ulsters wo sell at §10 UO are the bdist in several respects—the making and linings— «r'' lite fit—the style—are all the very best its possible tp sell for ...

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. — 25 December 1896

wu?7? •ip- mim & VMS**: tHT'ua 'Ay.-: mmm-' W--i- t* fe fe •V Iowa State Bystander. rUBUSHXD KVXBT FSIDAT »T TO ST niimu rumiHnn go»iir. Offlce-316 or West Fifth St. 0V7ICIAL PAPBB Or THE ATBO-AMSBIOiJr PBOTEOTIVE ASSOCIATIOH 0» IOWA. OFFICIAL FAPKB OF TUB MOST WO* BOIMUL CSITED GBAHO L09M OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBB1M OF •DBBOBIMOV. On* jwr 11.00 81s montha TO Tlir«e montha All wUeriptfoni payable aflrmo* Lj THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Band money by poatofflce order, aoaty erdar, express or draft, to THE IOWA STA^B BTBUNSII Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one •Me of the paper only and be of interact to tttpnblio. "Brevity the aonl of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaeript •alee* accompanied by pottage stamp*. BT All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, w.hAch ate an admission fee is chanted, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per Oneforea...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 25 December 1896

IJw TC«|Pi sV MA STATE BYSTANDER. jnm^jmmBi: ro*u«EiKf» CO. niXBi U-* IOWA Then is nothing like hard /work to Ja unruly nerves. Too many men imagine that In or der to entertain they must be vulgar. •*r' 1 -—^"1 The majority of people imagine that wanting a thing giv.es..them a .right to I Men who have to-be taught will nev er he great leaders either in thought or action. .,|:fiL_ The skate dealer is now getting in his work, and the boys and girls think it is very, very (n)ice. So it is. A* soon as a man gets the reputation of being good-natured, bores seem to •ntcr Into a conspiracy to ruin his .temper. Harry Outrage, alias Lord Athol, has ||||J»st his voice in Oakland, Cal. Oakland |ls a small place and he will likely find '^tt again. Boston is boasting of a blind girl who tides a wheel. Almost everybody has inet girls on wheels who appeared to lie blind. The doors of museums are open wide for the appearance of the greatest of ..human curiosities, a man who really likes to answer q...

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. — 25 December 1896

*i- I Iff! ^i m$&'> Sj&S" "-3 S ''life"' 'Sic imk If 1J .'• 'iC V-"-:\^'.'r*-'.-^ •fe 1 M' iS-.". W iW&t Wfv-. s'tyr- £*i fc.V *tf4 s& IBjy (Mfe. KPv W* [& m,} •Mi mkJ sv. 1 TOLD BY THE PLANETS FAMOUS ASTROLOGER QIVBS SOME FREE READINGS. Bow the Lives of Men and Woman Arc Influenced by the Signs of the Zodiac —Revival of the Ancient Art mt the Egyptian!. Paul G., Chicago. You have the zodiacal sign Taurus, which Venus rules, rising at your birth, and therefore Venus is your ruling planet or significator. The sign Taurus usually denotes a person with short, but full, strong and well-set stature b»* *d forehead dark, curly hair dark ,/hplexion broad full chest and shoulders short thick neck wide nose full, pouting lips you will have a habit of shaking your hc«id sideways when talking earnestly. You are very quiet, peaceable and patient in your dispoErf.on, have great love for the beautiful in art and nature you are very fond of the fine arts, such as music, pain...

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 December 1896

1 IV^'HASR v. ill* ML ArthursG, Hanger. Wi% Second and Fourth Thursday In eacli mouth at Masonic hall. Fml Jackson, M. C. O. H. Cleggett, Rec. Charity Lodg?, No. 3102, U. O. of O. F.— Meets First, Secourt aud 'l'hird Tuesday each month at Odd Fellows hall on West Sixth and Wnluilt aticcLi. D. Earns, N. G. I. Brown, 1'. S. Komi Court. T?o. 3-mests Second Monday in each month ut Masonic hall. Mrs. J.H. Shepard, matron: Mrs. Fred Jackson, secre tary. Iowa Chapter. O. I!. S.—Meets Third Wednee. day of etch month Masonic liall. Mrs. G.H. Clexuett, mat roil Mrs. Mary Bell, secretary. lit. Olive Court, No. 4—Meets First Thursday of each month at Masonic ball' Mrs. Susan White., matron, .Mr*.: Flora Majors, secre tary. Household of Kuth -Meets First mid Third Tlinrsd'}- in each Snndav school at 12 m. services at 8 p. m. C. M. Williams, pastor. First African Church of Christ—Corner Fourth and School: preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m,: preaching at 8 p. m. ltev. F. Lomack, pasto...

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 January 1897

fc sr* t^r kV iK-i-V: 3(* & smm Iowa State Bystander. ripUIBID ETIBT IBIDiT BT ,/fllx months. Three montba Communications mnst be written on oh side of the paper only and be of interest to •he pablio. "Brevity is the sonl of wit," remember. -r We will not return rejected manuscript anless accompanied by postage stamps. tv All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by tbe persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, •to., 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 extra. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS List of those that has entered the Gold Watch Contest: 1. Mary E. Owens Ottumwa 2. May Davis Albia 3. Lizzie Crump ...Hedrick 4. Mrs. D. A.Basstield ... Osceola More next week. Congressman Hull is spending his holi days with his family. Mrs. R. J. Right, of Marshalltown, was in the city several days this week...

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 January 1897

si STATE BYSTANDER. BY BY8TAHDSB PUBLISHING* 00. BBBKOIBIB, IOWA —www Live to do good, and you will neve? tire ot your employment. How time flies from the date on ^Vwhlch a man distinguishes himself. We say that the good die young. A» a matter of fact, It is the young thai die good. Of all dreary bores, deliver us from the man who wants to retail second hand reminiscences. As soon as woman can demonstrate that she is stronger than man she will toe left to fight her own battles. The business of fault-finding would soon come to an end, if every fault ilnder could only be well introduced to himself. The man who does his best at the start in setting a pace that will keep him busy to live up to during along period of employment. Prof. Ira R. Remsen ot Johns Hop kins ^university, last week read a pa ver at the meeting of the National Academy of Sciences on "The Isomeric Chlorides of Paranitroorthosulphoben tooic Acid." Lillian Russell says she is greatly annoyed by the reports that rapidl...

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 January 1897

i:lA:'4'^. A fM-V. lk II 7r skSj4 -'f'. JOYS OF MATERNITY. Vigorous Mothers and Sturdy Children Are Always Admired. Why «o Manx Women AM Childless—A Problem That Has Faziled Pbyilclsnt for Centuries. Reproduction is a law of nature, and no picture of joy and happiness can equal that of the vigorous mother'and her sturdy child. Nature makes but few mistakes, and every thoughtful person must admit that a cause exists, why so many women are childless. The subject baffles the theories of phy sicians. Such cases are curable nine times out of ten, as evidenced by thousands of letters on file at Mrs. Pinltham's of fice. Many a dar ling baby owes its JK existence to Mrs. ff Pinkliam'sadvice and the Vege table Compound. This •4 not to be wondered at when such tes timony as the following explains itself: "I have taken three bottles of your Vegetable Compound, one package of Sanative Wash, one box of Liver Pills and now I have a dear little babe four weeks old, and I am well. I have to thank y...

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 January 1897

41 f^V \1^ 4Ss REPRESENTING jp- ~tr su LEAVE ORDER AT ft f® im ..M? CKDAR RAPIDS BUDGET. ..W#V The supper given by the Masons lodge at their hall on Christmas -anight was very successful. The ^attendance was not veiy large but ""all seemed to have a good time. The Xmas tree and exercises at Ike A. M. E. church on Xmas ?eYe night, was well attended. The ^.program given by the little folks was very good, Mrs. Frank Morgan and daugh |ter of Sigourney are visiting at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Thos. Lowery of Sioux City jpent Xmas with his parents on Ninth avenue. He had not been home for ten years, and no doubt all were glad to see him. There seems to be a siege of fickness among our litlla folks. Among those who are sick are 'Carl Marshall, Harry Levell and Laura Kaspberry. The L. H. S. met Monday eve at the residence of 0. B. Clare. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read, the business was taken up followed by a gen eral rehearsing of important topics which was inde...

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 January 1897

f,. t'ii ten More next week. -v-% &•/" kr 1 en ^YOL^3.: Iowa State Bystander. rUBUSOSD KTSBY nUSAY BT TBS »T STAITPEBPPBLMTOTg OOUPJUTT. Office—816 West Fifth St. OPTIOIAL PAPKB OP THB APBO-IMBBIOAS PBOTKOTIVB ASSOCIATION OP IOWA. omouz. PAPXB OP THB UTOMJNM- BH1PPUL UNITED GBAHD LODVFOV IOWA, A. P. A. M. TBBUS OP nraacBiPTiov. On uyttr 11.80 Biz month* .78 Time months All •nbacriptlont payable a aflranct J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Brad money bj poatoiBo* ordftr, Bona? order, nprMi or draft, to Tn IOVA ITID BTBTAMDBB Publishing Com panJ. Communication* mnit be vrritUn on one aide of the paper only and be of interval to tfca public. "Brevity la the tool of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaoript unlets accompanlod by poatage atampa. HT All correspondence and communica th^Moie** b° 8i*ne(i by the P®1*0118 writing All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee jg charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cenU per »ne ...

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 January 1897

ilia ml lli STATE BYSTANDER. BYSTANDER PUBLISHING OCX VVifUHUI .BAAMMkA ''^"•Yi'i'."' '.'?' $*#•1. MOIIES^*.-, •.« IUowi Curloatiy is the main motive power ^ffilbat keeps the world movingf 5 c„ Where are plenty of individuals on }earth who imagine that rudeness is [funny. -. The man who nurses grievances is generally of but little use for otnei jwrpjres, C$- It's A poor stick of a man who cah fiot furnish an excuse for doing what .^-^leaacs him. People who appreciate jokes prefer to Und the point, instead of bavins It •tuck into them. One difference of opinion between a man and a gu.v Is that you can gener ally tell when the former is loaded. There is a certain look of crudeness attached to the appearance of the bachelor that seems to increase with rears. »r i* When a man is particular to impress on the world that he is satisfied, you can rest assured that he has several ,, secret sore spots. Si\ The world is always ready to hold that you ought to have known better, and add at the s...

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 January 1897

'1ST l'§f?y iM wM fc«*l JV 'U cuw?ous wosz STU J, Baron onca meant only a utrong man Gauze .was (Irjt xuauulncturedat Gaza. Parlor was originally the talking rlnce. A chancellor was once only a door keeper. To provlfle was once tilmply to "look ahead." -Dcapot original? Bifcflt#ed- "master of the house. Paper comes from the name of an Egyptian reed. The word chestnut came originally from Castenea. The word mob Is a Latin word sig nifying movable. The word nice originally meant Ig norant or foolish. Scamper originally signified only "to go out of a field." The magnet is so called from the mineral magnesia. A maneuver was once a dextrous piece of handiwork. To insult once signified to jump or dance on a dead body. Manumit formerly meant to "send away from the hand." To encroach once signified to put a hook into and pull away. Cemetery is from the Latin signify ing "a sleeping chamber." Dimity, a popular dress material, was once made at Damletta. Leaf recalls the palm leaves former ly ...

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 January 1897

wf*i m, CE^ECHOES. *.\ :S^m lack iiave Patti is credited with aing the largest aadiencta that «vor assembled in Ml cr a theater. Her tint ap pearanoe at Carnegie Hall, New York city, attracted over 6,000 people, and her appearance at uadi eon square garden was attended by an audience of over 20,000 peopl Z~TL ,, -A- Prof. Jno. W. Williams, a color­ ed a an is private secretary to *Mark A^Hanna. He is at present in charge of the National Repnbli can Headquarters. Prof.Williams .•peaks six languages Y&i The colord men of Little Rock Ark met and declared their will ingness to fight for the liberation of Cuba from Spanish rule, ,r& ".» ..• "The colored people of Baltimore, lUd., have 12 lawyers, 13 physi cians, 1 bank 1 drug store, 22 gro eery stores, 42 churches, 4 news papers, 1 college, 2 normal schools, 1 manual training school, 1 hospi tal, and a number of charitable in stitutions. The colored population is 85,000. I,v Nathaniel Springfield is said to be the richest Afro-Am...

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. — 15 January 1897

ilS«\ r\«| iiJ*u [y :p|^ :iSii fe -fe® ^.] £^-.*y mm E 5ME /":r^lips^/A y. VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. rVBLMHSD ITUT WMWAT »T TH* »T STAHPM FOBIJSgDf QOMTAXY. Office—316 West Fifth St. orncuL Firn or in AFBO-AaouuoAir FBOTEOTIVS ASSOCIATIO* or MWA. OMOLII FAPXB or NOR WOB •Hirruz. UNITED fl&AJfl) LOMS or IOWA, A. r. A. u. TEB1I0 or SUMCBIPTIOir. One year fl-BO Six months. .« Three monthe All subscriptions psysblst a sdvsnos J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. d. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poetofflce order, ardor, ezpret* or draft, to Tie BTITANDKB Oommunlcatlom mnst bo written on one elde of the paper only and be of interest to the publlo. "Brevity is the eoni of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaoript •nlesi accompanied by postage etampe. wAll correspondence and communica tions must be signed by tbe persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for wbich an admission fee is chanted, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for ea...

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 January 1897

•aff S. c* A»* ¥ti lOVi BYSTANDER. •Y BYSTANDER PUBLISHING Has nam, "r&jZtx- y$} Jr1"" 4* 9&i & jg as §j7| If if W"4 111^11 1 ii® CO, Mnwk ^NQLAND SUCCEEDS RUSSIA. •w Arbitration Treaty Meaui a Ijlplo mtlc Kemdjuatnieut. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.—Secretary Olney, replying to a Question of the Russian minister, E. Do Kotzcbuc, as to whether the arbitration treaty with England was offensive and defensive, or anything1 in the nature of an alliance, said that the question might be answered yes and no. That in theory and diplomatic acceptance it was not an alliance, but that it is an alliance in support of the Monroe 1 octrine, which England recognized by the terms of the Venezuelan treaty. '•If the arbitration treaty is ratified," Mr. Olney says, "it practically makes itireat Britain our ally for the main jtcnance and enforcement of the Monroe doctrine." The correspondent of the London Chronicle, commenting upon the above, says: "Mr. Olney recognizes that England is the more natu...

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 January 1897

1 TOW.ll $«**/ "k r"* SfM1',* ..is Bkw«v:y: .iffttts: Wfe -',:'V LINEN SALE-# The readers of the BYSTAMDXB are invited to attend this. We are selling Linens cheaper than ever before—the Long Depression in businero the world over has caused Lower Prices on all kinds of goods— and Linens have-felt it greatly. 72-inch Cream Baraslej 69c 64 inch heavy Cream Damask 47$ 64-inch good quality 39c Bleached) s«—4s—6»—7s rp„. fare excellent values *. Ulo I during this sale. Damask) wo .en .en 75c quality at 59c $1 .0() quality at. .75c $1.10 Double Damask 89 Napkins and Cloths to match. 2-yard8 wide, up to 4-yds at.. .90c Yard running measure Nap kins to match $1.89 4- better grade in both Cloths and Napkins $120 per The Sale will con-' iinue this reek and Next. r»la flarris-Enen RACE ECHOES. In pharmacy we have over one hundred. Six hundred colored babies are born every day. We have about one hundred •rid fifty dentists. We havo three banks and twelve insurance companies. There are over 700 c...

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 January 1897

(^"•at' SeiSg m! xv* •VJ tfFj 1 3 ft Ik**** R. G&> Ci'UGD AT COLFAX. *•'. An Old 8ol«llcr Telli Ilia Tale* .(U'rom Uc Aiaerlcan. Newark, OhioX *'Mr. William wlnplglw was one of tht •arly settlers of Jasper County, Iowa, and too man from all accounts, is bettor known £han He in the vicinity o( Colfax, or moro reapcctcd. When the civil war was raging be took the field Willi his comrados of tho Forty-eighth Iowa, and while serving his country contracted rheumatism, which as •tuned tho chronic form nnd seemed to affect his entire body. Tho following is his own account of his sufferings and cure: Coi.rAX, Iowa, July 81st, 1396. 'I contracted rhouniatism during my army service, which I could not get rid of and it became worse and worse until I was able to do no labor whatever, and eventually I thought I had not long to live, as my heart was so affected. 1 was in a very desponding condition, as my worldly affairs wore going from bad to worso, when in one of our papers I read of a ma...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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