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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 March 1897

UP 1 a *V. v- Si I pr t«,»ns«T REPORTER'S CHIPS. From the Advertiser, Clinton, Iowa. Every druggist in Clinton,Iowa,was inter* •iewed to-day and had good words for Dr. Wiiliums'Pink Pills and not one of them had other than good results to report of those who had used them. One of the druggists referred mo to prominent mcroliant in Clinton, whoso wifo had for the. last five years been badly crippled and at times nearly helpless from the effects of rheuma tism. I was personally acquainted with the family, (Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bailey) and called on them this afternoon and found Mrs. Bailey very much improved since I was last there, and congratulated them on her improved condition, and inquired as to what means had bscn used to bring about the happy results. Mr. Bailey said that for years they had tried one "thing after another but had found nothing that af forded any relief, but they continued trying and finally a few months slnco some one spoke good words for the Pink Pills as a safe ...

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 March 1897

City-Fonda IS Till TABLE :. .fclUJOlNOEAST, Arrive Depart ^I.Jkl'.JGOING WEST wwib- l- 8 8 0 a 8 9 5 a ......a-JO Mil *3:85 «n .i....... It'sM M| 1*19:15 pm Mpg^vw.U. •....It:*0 am ^h&V<§l||bl£t A DES MOINES. .....10:40am flMpra j»a*»*....."...-.. 4:33 am T:ao»«i Sg^'^awi«otfilB:i!FT.-DOUGB Eipress...0.30pm |8:l0pm -Dodge... 10:85am 4 M5pm 0 2 0 7 am per :... 6:30 am »:f0 pm WJKTBRSKT BRANCH. 'idaHon 7:00 pm 8:30 am Ss-hS^C? 10.45 am n.05 pm M': C.B.AQ. ..... ...... 13.15pni *3.30am 6 00pm 8.30am nmodatton 7.00 pm *7.00 am jaCACfO & NORTH WEBTEltN. ........ 7.53pm 7.:»am «d Elmore Jix 10.19 am 4.00 pin ureas 12.15 pm »(t.00pm atlted.. 1.90am 1.30am Limited.. 5,45 am 7.(0 am ttlon IX) pui 11.05 am ». W.—MAPLE LEAF-NORTH. Ik. Panl Limited 8.45 pm *9.00 pm "i 8t Paul Ex. s.30 am Special... 3.40 am *345am J. W.-MAPLr LEAF-SOUTH. rLimited..... (1.60am »7.00am 11.50 am »l.00pm en... 7.85 pm 8.45 pm fto Dm Moines 030am WABASH RAILWAY. Passenger..* 9.10am *15pm KEOKUK & WESTE...

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. — 2 April 1897

N VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. ruBuaHKD imr MUDAT BT THX ar •TAWP1B PPBLIBHiya COOTAJY. Office-316 West Fifth St. OfTICIAL PAFXB OF THX AFHO-AittBICAJf PHOTEOTIVE ASSOCIATION OV l6WA. OVVICIAL PAPER OP TBS KMT WOa SHIPVUL UNITED OB AND LOMB OP IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBMS OP smsaciuPTioir. b# signed by kM Eva Robinson has been ill the past li.v Blx month* 79 Thru months Ail tnbicriptloni payabltt *dv»DO« J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. S EPARD. MANAGER. Scad money by postoffice order, money •rder, ezpreu or draft, to TB« IOWA STAO BTITIKDH Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written^ om •id* of the paper only and be of Interest to •he publlo. "Brevity le the eoul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manaicrlpt BnleM accompanied by postage stamps. Al1 correspondence and comuiunica- tto same tboPe«on» Wih ic£ an writing entertainments, concert*, faitivali -Si' k2' a*ln»is8ion iT£ #™.pub^^ed fee is charged' at the rate ot 5 centti per line foi each insertion. Lists of presen...

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. — 2 April 1897

ggp|| Mr. riK ti :lMreI«.ihe !W* m&m IOWA STATE 1)V BYSTANDEB fUBLISHINQ OCX WWHm'" *&• IOWA $) The melancholy days for many offlce ^•SlWMrs ire' here. Out te declared to be the hand- r-eomest man In the new cabinet. They ^ean'^beat Chicago. Th^l3Is a bright side to everything. [The city of Caatoa,Ohio, la now enjoy ing a tt-ais band famine. A trust has been formed by the man ufacturers of bourbon whisky. The to pers of the land have determined to put jyt down. Turkey claims to have bought three American Ironclads. The sultan evi dently wishes to discover a few more sand-bars In IhiaMedKerranean. Mr. Cleveland is now experiencing the excluslveness that Is accorded an ex-president. Nobody pays the leaat attention to the number of ducks be kills g§$f' By the way, who Is It that Is trying to recover the American flags captured by the Mexicans during the war with that "country? There has certainly toei} no governmental action taken La .that direction. A preacher at Normal, 111.,...

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. — 2 April 1897

i±:fh Iwfc VA* &? 71 iC'o mw SOLID SHOTS. ••-,.••.:• Lot* 1 f«V i»J 1 WJ a dlMMe, and mkrrlagl li generally lta best anti-toxin. 8omehow the wittiest girl isn't the one a man picks out to marry. A man never knows surely that he is In love till he thinks that she isn't Give until you feel It, and you will feel more like giving than you did he* fore. The world is full of blind Sampsons, who spend their lives grinding in a mill. It is hard to believe that there is death in the sin that wears a mask of gold. The most honest man in the world will lie about what he pays for his cl« gars. Some men would rather win a dollar on a wager than earn flvo at honest labor. Some men are In the best of spirits only when the best of spirits are in them. If the devil had to wear the same old 'coat every day, he would never leave the pit. When doctors disagree it helps to swell the population of one or the oth er pieces. The man who Is too poor to lend hia friends money, will never have many enemie...

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. — 2 April 1897

9-& hj "W*^ X* MMBS SI1LVIY TINE C\, R.li. »rlVpOiN(3 EAST, MkwKall aad Express.. .6:90 pm lilt Dadge 10:85 am ILeoIaBx 0:90pm tftttve* Sji u»rt. Dxigi. MaemiodMlon 7:nopm tpM... 10.45 am C. B. Q. aad fa^nBSSTfSSclToTJJarJt^^ornSrToaHh Mtoot preaching at 10:30a. m.: Sundav lat tttn, preaching at 8 p. in. Kev. fr*. fk,pairtor. if.-East Second and Des Moines lAriMbL—Preackinsat 10:30 Sunday class isisHnat 11:4#Tsanday school at 3:30 p. in. STtMeMag at 7:30 p. Prayer meeting WMMaday. Rev. T. A. Clark, pastor. •qf *.y«n. ^SECRET ORDERS. M&tt Lodge. No. a, A, F. A. M.-Meet »h4NimStar Aandn in each month at Masonic Mall—Comer West SUtli aad Walnut. G. II tfliwett, W. M. J. F. Blagburn, secretary. Wliui Chapter, No. 7—Meets on Second and Iwlk Tnesday in eacli month at ~s WiW Arrive Depart *U:Mn inm •18:40pm •ft :*)pm 0:S3 mu .... 8:»pm ....!»:» pm 4:50 pm IWM1 |A«commodatton _• :30 am itfo' X/fc* P.JQomG WEST. .8:10 am *8:25 km IKxpresl SiSOarn i*3:35am U:lKa*U*IS:l»pm 'VmVKA DES M...

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. — 9 April 1897

W e'&i x'H' -di: \t» VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. fUBIJSHID KVKBT FBIDA.T »T Tin »T« STAVD1B FUBLUBnra OOHTAKr. Office-316 West Fifth'St. OFFICIAL FAPXB OF TBI AFBO-liOBICA PBOTECTlVK ABSOCU.TIOX OF NlWA. OFFICIAL FAPBB OF THE MOM WOB* SHIFVUL USITED GBA9D LOBM OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBSI8 OF fUBSCBIFTIOB. On* year *...|1.M Bix months Tl Three months All subscriptions payablst a4yancs J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 3HEPARD, MANAGER. Bend money by postolflcs order mens? erder, express or draft, to Til Iowa Bta^b IrsTiiion Publishing Company, CosimunlcatioBc ainst b« wrlttw oa •Me of tbs papsr only and be of latireftte tts public. "Brevity la tba soul ot wit," ramamber. We will not raturn rejected manusarlpt onlaas accompanlad by poata^i stamps. HT" All correspondence *fd communica tions must be signed by tli/pergons writing •ns same. All entertainments. concerts, festivals, etc., for which au admission fee iajobainred will be published at the rate of 5 cenU per line for each inser...

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. — 9 April 1897

$' I hp •*"1 ire Sfe- 3*t«- 11/ sa- •WK Mil STATEs BYSTANDER. BY BT8TANDBB POBLISHINO 00, IOWA They are masters who serve a prin ce Who has not already some blotted f*ge in 1897? Happy the man who early learns the wide chasm that lies between his wish' cs and his powers. i* It may properly be inferred from the statement that there is an end to the boop-lron combine that it is no longer hoop. Ninety cents is all four thieves got out of a safe they broke open in Chi cago last week. The cashier hail pre ceded them. Millionaire Stratton of Cripple Creek says he is "trying to keep his jncomc down within the limits of de cency.* We are willing to work over time lh helping to do it. Port Darwin, a small but important town In South Australia, was almost entirely wiped out by one of those fear ful hurricanes which periodically strike the coast of Australia. No liv£s were lost, but from the meager reports •which have arrived the loss of property must have been very large. The Secretary of the...

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. — 9 April 1897

,4'v\.~£, J'/ h/.4nf I -X liJ t?«r h:\ P&it- The Talk of the Town. From the Advertiser, Clinton, Iowa. Your reporter has been making Inquiries of local parties a* to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, their merits and sale in this commun ity. D. B. Snyder, the oldest druggist in Lyons, Iowa, was consulted first. He says they rank very high, that ho has sold them for years and hns no hesitation in saying they havo no superior as a nervo and blood pill, and that iu no instance so far as his knowledge extends have they failed to ben efit those who havo used them. Mr. Snyder says that many cases of rheumatism have been cured by the Pink Pills, and for de rangement of the stomach, nervous pros tration, etc., they aroinvaluable. Another cuse, Mr. .lohn B. Cook, ono of the pioneer settlers of Iowa, a prosperous farmer,now retired and living in Lyons, was wasting away almost to a skeleton with a complication of stomach trouble and rheu matism. After trying almost everything without benefit, fina...

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. — 9 April 1897

#1 WMPES RAILWAY TIME TABLE tWR .l: Si p3?1HG BAiT. Arrive Depart iS,.,. «:40 pm *»:r»pm taw. Limited.... Bjrpmn..... IS :85 pm *18:40 pm 4 fi0pm *.vnOpm JI.'.iY.,,. «:59aro Inland (Accomtuodfttion 7:90 am C., R. I. ii P.JGOING WEST. B' Denver Limited 8:80 am 1 *8:85 am {i 'Nlttt Limited Express 3:30un *3:» am 112*r Exptwa ti:Ma«U»i»:inpm £#JRutXali SjA KEOKUK A DKS MOINES. Kldon KxpreM— 10:40 *m ft.SO pm Keokuk Expreee 4:3) am 7:90 am DES MOINE & FT. DODGE. AuUiven Mail and EspreM. ..0.90 pm 12:10 pm i' T.*1**®dFt. Dodge 10:35am 4:45pm JL Lout* K* 9:90 pm 7 am Paul-Minn. Flyer. 0:30 am 9:|0pm WINTERSET BRANCH. 'Accommodation 7:00 pm 8:30 am *....10.45 am r.05 pm Mall. C. B. ft Q. Albfa Paaaenger feoita Express AlWa Accommodation.... ,1115 pm *3 90 am 6 00 pm 8.30 am 7.00 pm *7.00 am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. Bioux City, N. & W 7.55 pm 7.30 am Oklcago and Elmore E* lo.isaiu 4.00 pm Nlcht Express 12.15 pm »».00pm De&ot* Limited 1.90am 1.90 am Chicago Limited 5.45 am 7.0...

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. — 23 April 1897

Mw^wm i. OtriCIAL PAI'EB OF smrw^tjKiTED A ,. .•-- VOL. 3. Iowa State ByOnder. PUBLISHED EVKST WTSDAT^ TBI BY* 'v'"•-gTigPBB FOBMWPW oJpPANV. Office—316 West Wifth St. OrriCIAL PAPEB Of TH» PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATE fto-AMERICA* or tow A. HOST WOH LODOK OF M. eB*lR 'f wttA, k. P. nous or avMCBiPTioir. On* year... f. 11.50 Biz month* --J 78 Three monttaa All •nbsoriptloiu Bay ablw advance J. Lj THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPAF^D, MANAGER. 8end money by p«4atortice order, none? order, expres* or drajft, to Tan IOWA BTAW BTSTANDBK Pablishj^g Company, •ri Communications toast be written on one aid* of the paper only n„d be of Interest to Ihe publio. "Brevity In the aoul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaoript anlesa accompanied by ptfoage tempi. JST All corresponiJanQb and communica tions must be signal bj the persons witinit CU6 tame, All entertainments, concerts, festivals, •iV i.. a? "Mission fee ischarged will be published at tho rate of 5 centsper line for each insertion...

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. — 23 April 1897

3 child carries Its new found-happl* tMhe one it loves best. Too many members of the Kentucky uture up and die at critical times. The New York newspapers need sensa ^something ..worse than they l«W censors. l"When a girl's heart thumps and pal ^tates and her face burns, it" does not *n M. D. to diagnose her case. iSince everybody seems to be in fa [T of using convict labcr in improv public highways why isn't It (*n(T8Camperdown Lote are ed of r°f vegetables. |with every toes. life and readings from his writ at Such a venture should be a great not?s, for there are many who remem (Jhailth affectionate pleasure the say tiuof Mrs- THE "ATE BYSTANDER. DBR PUBLISHING (XX Mi« United IOWA States Supreme Court tc pools: "Dry tip!" Jveland will be at liberty to jo*dui?kS anywhere in the purlieuu ™#weton, but he must not camp kMI*J?ampus. our senate was busily engaged the arbitration treaty Eng- was shelling Chris- fftian insurgents struggling for liberty. to be offered the unemploy­ Philadelp...

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. — 23 April 1897

If S% -if ft mfVlt? W' ?v nf S3 psfWf' 4 A Two Remarkable Statamei from Anamosa, lowaj From the Eurokn, Anamosa, Io A reporter of tho Anamosa Euro: opoii Mr. S. Wm, Walton, tho pop ble man, to inquire as to tho succe: had in the use of Dr. Williams' 1 for Palo People, liuvitiR known Waf ton's wife had been iilfor sevc. and for the last year had improve' and was able to bo around the hi attend to lier own household tlu Walton made the following Ktutoi^nf. inenl^|jC\i •aptrtlly so and cs. Mr. Yc, Mr. Lake, you have kno\*n m'0 for nearly fifteen years, and, of cour& ]{I)0W am an Englishman. Mj? 7'ife I'/sbecn in poor health for years uiiULv suffered from a cancerous Bho had removed. The oife«i{i(m jcft llcr with shattered nerves, frcf]tV^t licndachos, her bowels constipated nn$ i,er system greatly run down. Wo expc^cd her rceov ary would bo iiiu iff^n »d you remem ber you jn t,ho Kurelui that she could not live. r|10 physiciaus attended her, and at last we trind ail kinds of medici...

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. — 23 April 1897

te& «JjV g"fy once Furniture ^'Carpels Stoves lit jotumodaiion /,'• C-a 1'asaeiy §iK Vial Woo I 'All I pfS- c. r* BASK TO BUY EASY TO PAY Ithe' ONLY WAY fejTou'll ever be able to ifriumjsh yonr house as should bo furnished s^^is- to buy the furnish ing8 on easy payments Mtrom Hassenbusch's Ifr/trW*-1 .. A few dollar's down. Take all the goods. Use them as you pay the balance iu regular small payments to suit your means. Begin at Refrigerators ,. Baby Carriages Mattings I^UOfS B. & E. Hassenbusch, N. E. NINTH AND WALNUT Open Evenings until 9 p. m. DES KOINES RAILWAY TIHG TABLE C.t R..I. & P. GOING EAST, Arrive Depart Chicago Limited 8:20 pui *9:3iipm Night JSxprcgs 18:85 pm *l?:40pm Ttav JCxpreiiS -1:50 pill *.J:0U pill Fast Mall 0:5') am KocK Island (Accommodation 7 :y0 am :C, R. I. & P.,|GOIXG WEST. Denver Limited 8:SO am f3:2." Night Limited Express 3:30am *J:35 am Day Kxpress 11 :S1 a JBifc*12:15 pm 1 Fast Mali ll: »0am am KEOKUIv & DES MOINES. T/M.v^r, Kynres...

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. — 30 April 1897

1 •1 t'SJ' J' jlnf I in the posit.'Y 10 VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander fm PUBI.I8UED BVEBY FBIDAT BT THS ft' ftTAMPKB PPBLIBHraa COMPAKY. I Offico—31 6 West Fifth St. OFFICIAL PAPJCH Of THE AFUO-AMEIltfAN PKOTICCTIVE ASSOCIATION OF I (OH- OFFICIAL rAI'F.lt OF TIIR MOB' tjinrifUL UNITED GRAND LO: IOWA, A. F. A. M, WOB THUMB OF SUBSCRIPTION Ono year 11.50 Six months 5 Three montbi J. W Alt subscriptiona nayablti jir*r,c* J. L, THOMPSON,JFDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, I^NAGER. Sond money by poatollict order, money order, express or draft, to IBE IOWA STAT* BIRTANDER Publishing Co^»*ny. Communications ainst beWI"'tteaon cna •lde of the paper only and"he of interest to tbe public. "Brevity is tfc* soul of wit," remember. [f V,'e will not return rioted cnnnuccript unless accompanied by .jpsstftge stamps. tW° All eorrespowtonfO and communica tions must be signed hythe persons writing the same. All entertainments, •-•oncerts, festival?, etc., for which au udni/ssiou foe is charged v/itl be published ...

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. — 30 April 1897

mh ?$r 5 f- Yi tut it] isi in I B& 10 #1 STATE BYSTANDER. pBt Rsfe-yf."'' $$£'• p SkS'' ®-:ci BYSTANDEU PUBLISHING (XX ... r* m, E DES MOINES, IOWA Confess sin instantly. Don't allow acid's drop to remain and corrode. The Kentucky colonel will continue to hold the Kentucky colonel in con ?, tempt. A sound body lies at the foundation of all that goes to make life a success. Exercise will help to give it. A man is always looking for a nicer brand of smoking tobacco, and a wo man for a better style of curling iron. And now it is reported that Rivera was betrayed. An expurgated brand of patriotism is what Cuba needs very badly. Despondent creditors may And solace In the fact that if the sultan were out of debt the powers would throw him over In a minute. T. D. Burns, of Park View, New Mex ico, recently shipped eighteen car loads of fat cattle from his range to Kansas City, the shipment bringing him over $10,000. Rustlers are so bad on his range that he feels the necessity of rail ro...

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. — 30 April 1897

RAPS ON THE ANVIL. The giants who frighton us most, aften turn out to bo common-sized men jn stilts. Nobody ever goes to a ball-room companion for comfort when there is leath in tho house. The Christian should always bo found doing something: that the devil 'lon't want him to do. When wo bring our lives into har-lk"11 mony with God's will, he will see that our rights are protected. Let all who claim to be on the Lord's side bo there in reality, and the powers of evil will soon be routed. Teach a boy no higher morality than •bat honesty is good policy, and he will only be honest when it is policy. Uis Turn Aow. Tilly—S'y, Joe, since you sneaked jthat kojack you do nothink but take |coppers. Joe—Sorter receeprocity, d'ye see? The coppers havo taken me times Inough.—Fun. FLOATING PARAGRAPHS. A new school chair can bo raised at iny height or set at any angle by mean3 of a clamp and thumb screw in bo base. YoungSollcitor—Make ., yourself easy, [my dear_sir _U\3.-mi£cessful manage of your...

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. — 30 April 1897

t\ I 4v '-.x i' f, i* •P SH li Wl' §te 4 plali i£&J. "r Pef 8 in-ill-T Til EASY TO BOY sK«&i *§gghv' "EASY TO PAY Jit -i* THE ONLY t,v' «r Ha 8enbu sch's P«wrt* Express 6 oo pm 8..JI am Atbia Accommodation 7.00 pm *7.C0 aui CHICAGO &NORT1IWKSTEKN. Sioux City, N. & XV tr^sw^ 5 WAY You'll ever bo able to iurni&h your house as it should be furnished is to buy the furnish ings on easy payments from A few dollar's down. .Take all the goods. Use them as you pay the balance in regular small payments to suit your means. Begin at once. furniture Carpets gloves Kefrio-crators Baby Carriages Matting l^uo-s & E. Hassenbusch, NfE. NINTH AND WAI.M'i Open Evenings until 9 p. m. DES H01HES RAILWAY TIME TABLE C, li. I. & P. GOING EAST, Anlve Depart Chicago Limited 8:iiipai Ntfbt £xpiv^s *ia:ir»pm n«jr Fxpress I.'SO pm ».»:KJpin ^oii 4 fihiii Hock IitlanU lAccriinniodntiun 7 :.%• am o., K. i. & P-JOOINC WKST. Denver Limned 8:S0am -Sam Night Limited Kxpre-S am :a~» urn ...

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. — 14 May 1897

-•j'" VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. gySfffflTBLIBIIKP KTSBT WUBAT BT TBI BT' STANDEB FPBLMHIW POMP AST. Office—316 West Fifth St. PfrricuL papbb op tiib atbo-uibbicaii PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF K#A. OFFICIAL FAPEB OF THE HOST WO» •H1PFUL UNITED OBAND LOOCB OF IOWA, A. F. ft A. M. TKB1IS OF aVBSCBIFTIOV. On# yoar 91 Biz months 71 Three months 19 All subscriptions payablot a ad? aaos J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. 8uid money by pontoiflce erder, uonnf order, expreu or draft, to Tic Iowa Bta^B Btbtandeh Publishing Company. Communication* must be written on one aide of the paper only and be of Interest to the public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript on'esg accompanied by postage stamp*. £3T All correspondence and communica tions must be nigimd ly the persons writing the aauie. Ali entertainments. concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insert...

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. — 14 May 1897

p? fa* t- ft fe- s'v IS IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. NEW laws FOB IOW BY BYSTA.NDXR FUBLISHIN3 OCX DMMODTBS, IOWA SS9SOM THE LEGISLATURE. SSXAT& Des Moines, May 7.—Mitchell's joint rw olution malting the wild rose the official flower of low® was reconsidered aud adopted. 24 to 7. The touate reconsidered tlie resolution passed yesterday providing for a reduction of forces of employes iu be state offices of the capital. It was then amonded to provide that tlie present regime continue iu force until the first of July, iu order to give the present surplus luenmbents time to look about for other employment. Tbe house bill abolishing the soldiers' monumeut commission passed, 83 to 1. The third conference report on the crimes and punishments bill was adopted. It. knocks out the senate's anti-Sunday base ball aniendmonl. The state house em ployes bill carno back from the house ami the senate voted to non-concur iu the house amendments, including that limiting the number of employes in each bra...

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