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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 February 1897

|r'. ?SW?wsa?: fr'lFf jp$5r IE/ Ifesiisiwtp^—.' -w-w-'-w A ^pr l^k Iowa Stats Bystander. PUBLISHED BVBBY FBIDAT BT THX BT STANDEB PCBLISHIXS COMPACT. Off ice—316 West Fifth St. OFFICIAL PAPBB OP TUB AFBO-AMKRIOA* PBOTEOTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPBB OP TBB MOST W0» HH1PFUL UNITED GBAHD LOOM OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 91.89 Six months TS Three months All •nbscrlpttons payablet aflTacca J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. d. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bend money by postotflce order money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA BTIW iTiiiKM* Publishing Company, Communications irinsi'be \vtttteft on one side of the paper only and be oit interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript Bnlesfcaccompanied by postage stamps. B2T" All correspoutteuce and communica tions must be signed by tlie persons writing the aame. All entertainmenis, concerts, festivals, •to. for which an admission fee is charged will be published at t...

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. — 26 February 1897

SV1 15/1 iffSTATE BYSTANDER. BT8TANDSR PUBLISHING 00. X0ZVX8, IOWA |t to tatwAys caty to And reasons why lebody else should bo liberal. fie you cannot lend money you can I least lend a helping hand to the suf fering poor. It Is often hard to convince a Just nan that it is right to do something 8?t he desires. Inhere-are plenty of Nihilists in Rus who would he glad to lance the fir's boil for him. |ome people seem to act on the sup *ltlon that things which are foolish 2» necessarily good. We become partners with thieves Nrhen we stake It Impossible for men to jeahi an honest living. /Remember that recounting the Weaknesses of other people does not -make you any stronger. If we were really aware of what ailed most of the people on earth would better and get along faster. There are few men on earth who do fnot nurse a secret belief that they were intended .for greater things than they possess. Ir There are people who would be better pleased with a tin can full of stones than with a pu^...

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. — 26 February 1897

ris VI A. fM K%|r ,4 *N *w' WOBN OUT." A COMMON EXPRESSION USED AMERICAN WOMEN.J Many do not Realize BY the Full Significance of Tlioie Two Words. IVhen a woman is nervous and irri tnl'o, head nnd back aclic, feels tired till llio time, loses Bleep and appetite, lias pains in groins, bearing-down sensation, whites and irregulari ties, she is not "worn out," but feela as if BIIO were. Sneli symp toms tell her 7i +ak- ing cs3 bottles fel nc I rec­ that a womb trouble is imminent, and she cannot net too promptly if she value* her future comfort nnd happiness. Tho expe ,'ience and testimony of some of tl-a most noted women of America, 1,0 to prove beyond a ques tion that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will correct all such trouble at once by removing the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy and normal condition. If in doubt, write Mrs. Pinltham, at Lynn, Mass., thousands of women do. Hero is a lady who says:— Let me add my name to your list of testimonials. For years I suf...

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. — 26 February 1897

J, TIME Uinn nu P. GOING EAST, 'i •'••j .13:8ft pm 18:40pm ..4:60 pm *5:00 psn «:59 am Aeooaanodatlon 7:30 sm -,0H*.1.& P., GOING WEST. 8:W«m *8:85 am ...... 8:80 am '3:Hui .11:55*01 "18:15 pm .11:40 «m AtedSxpress. KBOKOK A DBS MOINES. .10:10 am 6:S0pm .. 4:33 am 7:90am DES MOINE & FT. DODGE. W* LYSB Mail and E*presa...8:30 pm 18:10 pm MMFt-Dodgo......... 10:88 am 4:45pm ~*1( touiff Ex 9:80 pm 7:00am iI'Mlnn. Flyer. 8:80 am 9:»0 pm WINTF.BSET BRANCH. odation... 7:00pm 8:30 am SiU, 10.45 am 5.0s pm ^yj c.B.&Q. Passenger 18.15pm »3.80am Express 6.00 pm 8.80 am kccomraodatlou 7.00 pm *7.00 am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. SiouxMy,W&-W 7.55pm 7.00am OMeago and Klmore Kx 10.15 am 4.00 pm WflSTExpress ... 12.16 pm *».00pm Dakota Limited. 1.90 am 1.30 aim MjjMesgoLimited n,4Sam T.wam ''"Accommodation 1-85 pm 11.05 am 0. G. W.-MAPLE LEAF-NORTH. e€ Obi. ft St. Paul Limited 8.45 pin *9.00 pm Chicago & St Paul Bx 8.80 am Twin Cities Special 3.40 am *3 45 am C. G. W.—MAPLK LE...

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. — 5 March 1897

f3" _JH§ 8t- •:K 'J 4* k'"'"'YJlitlt IkM &»< mtfer(tai rraUMOBD Hf Km-Km j^NewJBotanioai: slil Zhtereat 1o of the VOL. 3. Iowa Stats Bystander. XVIBT MUDAY BT III BT W-UTOKI wiuwnn ooitfAjrr. Officers 16 West Fifth St. omaiAL FAriBor in Arao-ijauioAir nmmn ASSOCIATION or *6WA. omciAL uni or ra mat «ta inrm VHRBD shahs LODM or IOITA, A. r.a A. x. TUMI or ivBicmirnoir. OMYMr fl.M Six months. II Thr*«month*. J| All nb*orHrttoB. wbl« a »dTano« J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 3HEPARD, MANAGER. SMdmoasyby postoffloe __ •rdw, MfriM «r draft, to Tn few* Bii« lYfVAVDIB Pablithl&f CoiDptBJ, Ooaunuicmtloss mntt be written on oat flM* of the paper only and be of IntenStto public, "Brevity li tbe aoul of wit," remember. Wa «IU not return rejected manuscript sslw accompanied by .tage stamps. BT correspondence and oomtnunica jfepfptutbe signed by the persons writing All^ entertainment*, concert#, festivals, ***.• (or which an admisaion fee la chanted Jill ha published at the rata of 5 cen...

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. — 5 March 1897

#5?s fm •p® flR Hi I? I vS° Jli win— LISHINt 00k f^- :^f vam _y^.-9mmBgeneaBmatsm* fMm#*f» now the elephant ot New •ore cure for nightma is belnjt Iteljr advertised. easiest way to collect a worjfh- r))em crowd Is to begin work in a public ,:•. U- ',\" f' Beware of reforms that are proposed *by people who harbor malice against ^former associates. "V 4 Bfo""- 1 It's a mighty cold day when Richard kliarding Davis doesn't find a new "brand of hero in Cuba. It Is occasionally possible to judge a jBj horse by his pedigree, but never trust to it with the human family. Many a man treats his body as though It had been given to bis mind for experimental purposes. n?i The making.of suggestions is a habit that leads directly into the most abundant variety of troubles. There are people who imagine that they are moved by a desire for knowl edge when in reality they are merely impertinently inquisitive. Before boasting again ot the climate of this country, remember that more than half the entire ...

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. — 5 March 1897

^cp£- te ftr fife r. 'ial Interestto laflttin from JDlteaeM of tho Kldnon or Blad der, Rheumatism, ote.—• |Mafi(rig Humanity• ^4-A Free Gift of Great Valiw to Yoo. Our readers will be glad to knowtbst the new botanical discovery, Alkavia, •from the wonderful Kava-Kara abrub has proved an aaaared we for alUia eaaea caused by Uric add in the blood, or by disordered action of the Kidneys or urinary organs. The Kava-Kava Sbrub. or aa botanist* call it. Piper Methys- ticum, grows on the bankaof the Ganges river, Baat India, SYA Sintua and probably was nMcvm.) used for centnriee ra before its extraordinary ame known to civilization Iristisn missionaries. In ..spect it resembles the discovery "of quinine from the pernvian bark, made known by the Indians to the early Jesuit missionaries in South America, and by them brought to civilized man. It is a wonderful discovery, with a rec ord of IJOO hospital cures In 30 days. It acts directly upon the blood and kid neys. and ia a true specific, ju...

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. — 5 March 1897

}&•* w,"" fer Si v.— ....-I, r, fm 34-, inHBor. tlM ia !•". ^7 UlllM Till TIILB ., It,*, A F.G0JNGBA8T, ^S -sr.*-: -!Atrlv« Depart rWt'.fiiSpIS •I9:,40pm 4:60 pm *3:00 put 0:53am :30 am «».... .riviiv-.v.v,... .... falana Accommodation 3.i R. ft P., GOING WEST. ft. 8:90 Mil *8:85 am Kxpiesti....,3:30am *3:85 am .11:55 am *19:15 pin 11:40am KEOKUK ft DBS MOINES. 10:40 am .. 4:«5»m »sa MOINE ft FT. DODGE. Mall and Express. ..flSOpra 'Ft. Dodge.. l0:SSam -jootoKx............ 9i»pm .Mian. Flyer..:....... 0:!»wn IMa Accommodation.. Chi. D. M. N. 4 W.-BOONE LINE. 9I0BX City W®*™ Malt and Express............. 7.38piu, __.j. .. n.63am Booae Mall and Kxpress ,. indicates daily. All otter trains run dally except Sunday. Court avenue Sunday school G*. M. Williams, pastor ivet»art.' »o. Meeta nrst Tbursday -«eh month at Masonic hall' Mrs. Susan atte, matron Mrs. Flora Majors, seere- aeiiold Ruth—Meets First andeThird KiBTfH'T In each month at»Odd Fellows I- jgniSfL Mrs. Harris, M. G. Mrs. 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. — 12 March 1897

i^r ™rc_,.L£ $'' A. W tfv $ Vi traSKffil vv .• :*&L' Iowa State Bystander. rUBLUHJCD KVJEBT VUDIT MX TMX B«W STANDEB PUBUSVIHA CONTACT. Off ice-316 West Fifth St. OFTIOIAL PAPER or TBB AfBO-AMXBICAlr PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OP IDWA. OPFICIAL PAPXB OF YBE MOST W0« •HIPPUI. UNITED OIUMD LOME OP IOWA, A. P. A. M. TKB1IS OP SUBSOBIPTIOir. One you.. $i.a» Blxmonths... Three months.. All subscriptions payable a aflyancs d. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bedd money by poatofflc* ordar, „MM,# order, express or draft, to TEE IOWA BTTP BTSTANDBB Publishing Company. Communications mnst b« written on OM •Ida of the paper only and be of intwaitM (he piiblio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. EW All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing tne same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged will be published at the rate of 5...

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. — 12 March 1897

mmmm. "Sk py llil w$5S I. & P. GOING KKOKCK ft AIM* VntMBger. VmtaflxpttM.. AlHi Accommodation CHICAGO & N(§| Sktux City. N. & W. .• ssasKSffr*®! a«" DAota Limited /living doubts con- Accommodation... C. G. W.—MAI Sttowt# Passenger., the earth. KEOKUK Na 'aqlmf. .B.Xrm»n Is constantly D. M. N. «solute proof that he All trains dailnformation than other Fonda Mall add Sioux City-Fond*. 0. M. N.' sipnx City .X fuli of people whoso Bowlwrii1ror valnaWc if they •Indicates d«ry them to the right A» otter traly iy 801v F,C church iow» cfaaPrltish /North America flour tar of 4*4,000 quarters of wheat t'WtW .'-•, .'»,V-J.» ,. KU. ..V.,'« •j,.^-••'•'"• .i/M'.l. I-,-." deserve lijtfunjustly DK8M0INE& LM«tU«tf 4 F*. Dodge ItMllEx $ S& }mwrnxm^ w-"•'ggfeai 'toi paying year Instead of WINTERS! itttOdation...... retm rt *W:,:: who can fill a tonal scandal to tad an excuso Twlm Citlea Specialj^ but how thin that c. o. w.—MASij^ day. KrasMtfty Limited*.. fe' Itay 8m«M ... ..-..•—...

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. — 12 March 1897

^.•VX" SHATTERED, THB PRECARIOUS CONDITION OP PROP. A. H. NYE. A Fromln«n» low* Educator'* Painful SipwIUM as Belated by Him to a Newspaper Man. From the Gazeite, Cedar Palis, Iowa. The la grippe, that dread disease that had such a run throughout this country tlirco or four years since, left many who were previously in robust health, with shattered constitutions and seemingly con firmed invalids. Prof. A. H. Nye, living at No. 3500 Olive Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa, was among the number left in a precarious condition by the disease. No strength, feet and limbs badly swollen, in fact, almost helpless. Prof. Nye is a native or Now York State, having come west in 1886—a healthy, ro bnst man. He is a school teacher by pro fession, having served ns county superin tendent of schools of (Black Hawk) county several terms, and he lias the respect of all with whom he comes incontent. Ilis help less condition called forth the sympathy of the entire community. He tried the best medical skill proc...

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. — 12 March 1897

S»- AMO4 umf !iVX *he iH [Mali and. Express.. .0 ,ao pm 12:10pm Jk Ft. Dodge .....10:95 am 4:45pm |LOttlsEx 9:80pm 7:00am a. Fixer. 0:30am #-tOpm Kal lay Night Ik" WINTKR8ET BRANCH, Ution 7:t»pm 8:80 am 10.45 am 5.05pm C.B.fcQ. CbU Oht« Twi ir 13.15 pm *3.30 am xpress. 6.00 pm 8.30 am iinmodatloa 7.00 pm *7.00 am CA.QO & NORTHWESTERN. N. & W... 7.55 pm 7 30 am Elmore Ex 10.15 am 4.00 ...is.lftpm *#.oopm 81 Lao4^MLtmUed' xpress 7.85 pm 8.45 pm No. 1 Jt" 10 Dm Moines 9 30 am No. fi| 9* .WABASH RAILWAY. Sts Passenger 0.10 am *6.45 pm. Allr KEOKUK & WESTERN. (all and Express fl.S3pm 7.30 anr. Sxpress 11.30 am a.Hipm" B. M. N. & W.—FONDA LINE trains daUy except Sunday. •Mali and !E3 irew 11.55 ity-Ponda Limited... .6.05 pm 8.45 pm 'Lome Jt"""8' Pastor. Burn'# •-. J^Gpard, matron Mrs. Fred Jacksop. secre *r- ..... Chapter. O. K. S.-Miets Third Weditf*. PTiiitfMAiaiinth Masonic hail. Mrs. G.H. 'i *?WTOTI rt •top RilLIlY THE TABLE £}R&* P. GOING EAST, Mrs..MaryBell,^secr...

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. — 12 March 1897

am* Kali, Art AIMl rJ Ohio SB Chi. W a -'i Hdte, .y 4*9* wui o«. tha. Ar ss uiutit mi jRil.AR GOING EAST, 1 Arrive Depart nltod.,.,.4, .... «0:30pm I...18:85pin 18:40pm ...4:80pm «5:00pm .......... «tG3am Accommodation :80 am .1. P., GOIN0 WEST. ll«a..............8:S0ant *S :95 am MKxpress..... ,8:90am *3:SBam U:l»an *i»:l&pm ..il:40am CKOKUK ft DES MOINES. ..... .....10:40am 6:80pm {sprets....... 4:95 am 7:30am liK8 MOINE ft IT. DODGE Mwil andExpress. .0.30 pm 12:10 pm Jilt. Dodge 10:35 em 4:4Spm fLonlaEx.. ....0:80 pm 7:00 am ?Mlnn. Flyer. 8:90 am o^opm WINTER8ET BBAKCH. dntion.... 7:t»pm 8:90 am iii-h 10.45am 5.05pm C. B. ft Q. SiOUM 13.15 pm *3.30 am i........... O.OOpra 8.80am imodatlon 7.00 pm *7.00 am [CAGO ft NORTHWESTERN. iljr, N. ft W. 7.55 pm 7.30 am Elmore E* 10.15 am 4.00 pm 13.15 pm *#.00 pm United..... 1.80am l.30ant 'Limited... 5.45 am 7.00 am Ion 1-35 pm 11.03am •W.—MAPLE LEAF-NORTH. Paul Limited 8.45 pin «9.00pm St. Paul Ex 8.90 am Sea Special.. 3.40am *345am 9...

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. — 19 March 1897

fcMjf \X. IP mi PI ruiiUflHRD EVKBT MUDAT BT TBS BT STAKDKB PUBUSmwa COMPAQ*. Office—316 West Fifth St. ornciAL PAPER or THK AVBO-AMKBIOAK PBOTBOTIVB A8300IATIQX Of I&WA. OFFICIAL PAPEK or THE MOST W6*» BBlPWt UNITED GBAXD TOMB OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBkiB Of lUBBCBIPTlO*. On* year .JT.H.M Bixjaontha .71 Three tbontba.......... N All •ubgcriptfong payabltt a advance J. L, THOMPSON/ EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD/MANAQER. =ag Sand money by poatofece ordfcr, montf order, ezprega or draft jto T» IOWA STA^B BTSTANDEB Publishing vompany. CommunicatloDi mnst/be written on one aM« of tba paper only ufd be of interest to the publio. "Brerlty ie'the soul of wit," raip«jnber. We ..111 not returnfrejected mtnueeript nnleaa accompanied by poatage etampe. i3T All correapourlince and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged will be published at the rate of 5 cento per line for each insertion. Lis...

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. — 19 March 1897

5 is. f&a rM Iftfcr VOL. 3, Iowa State Bystander. PuiiLIBHBD BVBBT IBIDAT BY TKB BT •TAWPBB ppBuanma CQMPAinr. Office-316 West Fifth St. OF7IC1A.L PAPER OF Tine APBO-AiaaiOAlr PROTECTIVE A B800IATIOM OP I&WA. OFFICIAL PAPEIL OF THB MOAT WO*-, SHIPVUX. UNITED GRAND IONB OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBUB OF SUBSOBIFTIOV. On* year JT.91M Bix month* 71 Three ttontfaa.. N All •ubscriptlont payable! advance J. L, THOMPSON/EDITOR, J. H. SHEPARD/MANAGER. Betid money by poatoiice ordtr, moatif order, express or draftJfco TM IOWA BTA^B BTSVAMOBS PublishingCompany. Communication! mnst/be written on one aide of the paper only and be of intereilto Ihepublio. "Brevity ivthe coal of wit," reipegnber. We ...11 not returnfrejected mfcnutoript unlese accompanied bf postage stamps. GP* All correspondence and communica tion! must be signed by tbe persons writing the same. All entertainments- concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged will be published at the rate of 5 cents per l...

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. — 19 March 1897

W JW4 STATE BYSTANDER. BY BY6T4NDBB A high ball Is now appropriately nicknamed a Bradley-Martin. Thernroplae 1B still there, but It will be remembered that those who defend ed it«re dead. FH$E year*, ago the newspaper poets werf"rhyming Grover with "clover nowHhoy are using "over.1 1 tender, the father of negro minptrsley, is. dead, but the same old pnd-taian jokes will live forever. The spruce gum crop this year is said .to |p jjojible that of former sea eons? *This is indeed jawful news. There should be a special corner in hades set apart for the swindler who pretends to bo sorry for his victims. 1 fe\? Tennessee has made .lobbying a fel ony ^punishable by from two to live years in prison. Will other states fol low?. a— One of the best features of the com mercial situation is the fact that the outlook is better than the situation itselft ft-i •.: 1 One stupendous argument against any (hhrd term movement four years hence will be the fact that it might make Hank Thurber a secretary ...

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. — 19 March 1897

iA: S -?K. S\ tf.Y« r'W r\* 4 9 I MARCH AND APRIL Are the Mod DKTaff rotable Month* tl th* Year in the North. In the south they are (he pleasantest and most agreeable. The trees and shrubs put forth their buds and flow ers early vegetables and fruits are ready for eating, and in fact alkaature seems to have awakened from its winter sleep. The Louisville & Nash ville Railroad Company reaches the Garden Spots of the South, and will on the first and third Tuesdays of March and April sell round-trip tickets to all principal points ,in Tennessee, Alabama, and West Florida, at about half rates. Write for advertising mat ter and particulars of excursions to C. P. Atmorc, General Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky., or Geo. B. Horner, D. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. A Long Needed Sea Story. Publisher—I wish you would write us a good sea story. Great Author—But I have never boon to eea. Publisher—I Luow It.' 1 want a sea story that people can understand. Whiskey and Gam. Salzer's seeds produce the...

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. — 19 March 1897

IT V« f?SPf" f. 5*fcs. MfllMTirMI, "ill lifj"' KAftT, *&•*«•''••• •-•'•, Arrive .. 8:90 pm ..W.ttpm ...Ctopm tttlt• ,*»*-'-'«-i.C.,:».I.AP..! d&W n* It IWfT 1 1 :•, W''' JIlLfM TBIvTIBlB IICxpNSI Depart :30 pm *19:40 pm «A:00 pm llMu 7:30 am OING WEST. ....a:»am"*3:»5am ...lt:l»raU*lS:lftpm ...11:40 am TMOKUK DBS MOINES. .10:40 am fl:R0pm 4:Uaa 7:80 am BfcS KOINE FT. DODGE. ItaU Md Kxpress. ..6 S0 pm M:lOpm 10: »am 4:45pm 9:80 pm 7:00 am 0:30 am #:»0 pm WIMTEBSKT BRANCH. .i 7:00pm 8:30am 10.45 am pm O.B.tq. _____ UMft YaaaMfar, MMMmNH.. AtttiAcoowmodi 13.16 pm *3.30 am 0.00 pm 8.30 am Aooowiiiodatioa 7.00 pm *7.ooam CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. GUy«N. *W.... 7.85 pm 730am jpandClmorcEx 10.18 am 4.00 pm IMlinNN 18.15pm •».00pm nftrrta iTiiltiirt 1.10 am 1.30 am Ottcsgo Mailed Mjam 7.00 am •AMiiuiodfttloB i-&ptn 11,06am »•, C. G. W.—MAPLE IIEAP—NORTH. Ckl. 4 gt. Paal Untied *9.00 pm C'MeaaoASt. Paul •*..v: .. 9.30am TwttOUes Special 3.40am *345am C. O. W.-MAPT.K LEAF-SOUTH....

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. — 26 March 1897

"i *5)4". lowa state Bystander. rUBLMHKD EVXKY FRIDAY BT TBS BY* BTAXDKB PPBLIggiyg COM? AMY. Office—316 West Fifth St. Or?ICIAL PAPtfR OF THX A»BO-AMXBICA* PB0TE0T1VJC ASSOCIATION OF 16WA. OFFICIAL FAPKB OF t'HB MOST W0«- SHIPFULUHITKD QKA1TD LOMB OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TXBUB OF IVBSCBIPTlb*. On* yaw 11.80 Bix month* fl Three months AH subscriptions payable! advance J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. S EPARD. MANAGER. Band money by poatoffica order, money order, expraas or draft, to T«t Iowa Su\i ItitisdiiPublishing s'^nec' jV.f. •i IOWA Company. Communications mnst be writtsn on om •14* ottha paper only and be of interatfbto tha public. "Brevity is tbe aoul of wit," ram ember. We will not raturn.rejectad manuioript anlesa accompantad by postage atatnpa. ar All correspondence and oommunica tha'aam181 ^leP®rsons writing Alli antertaiumenia. concerts, festivals, /or which an admiBsion fee ig cttartred will be published at the rate of 5 cento per une for each insertion.- Lists of present! lo...

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. — 26 March 1897

\&£*' "3 c. ¥j'I S3 w. l&Hf I r* 1 r* •:r IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. fcnftTfrwn ftiVrji fj Wt BY8TANDBB PUBLISHING 00. \K I DES MOOTS, IOWA People of splendid appearance sel lout Improve on acquaintance. 1 It Is Intimated that Lexow will hot be chary about sitting down on the rattan trust. As tin is used in making the new gold, let tis hope that the old tin can problem is now solved. An evangelist named Pepper is con Verting- many sinners in Missouri. His senglpne are said to be "hot stuff." In Boston it is considered quite out of the common for a man to shut up fata store on the day of his mother's funeral. Electricity is the most shocking dis covery yet made. It will shock the most brazenfaced men or women in .the dark.. If this thing keeps up, a state oi bel ligerency will Jiave to be recognized between the American correspondents _mow in Cuba. With a full-fledged king on its staff, that New York paper may manage to print a little truth. "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crow...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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