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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 29 October 1897

fcfc- mgi t-m* »f'M Iowa State Bystander fUSIJSHSD BTBBT HISAT »Y BT- iTAiro— wnuwMi cowiiT. MIOIAH PAPBB or in ilpw IJ. L.THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bead money by poatoffice eedfcr, lirdtr, express or draft, to Tu IOWA P. H. Holmes is able to be oat lig&in after more than a week of liiikness. V. J. Vaughn and wife have Inored from street to 938 WeBt ISirenth. Mrs. Lewis spent Sunday in Polfax with her parents, Mr. and [rs. Banks. Hopkins of Ottumwa 11 spend Sunday in our city, iv^g ladies, look oat. 1. Lena Reed, who has been her sister, Mrs. H. Forgo i(( Kansas City, is expected a this week. Propps has open a shoe ra­ wing shop on 818 Park St. He aes all kinds of repairing, your trade is solicited. Sophia Bernsides is head laun dress at the Hyde Park Sanitarium —has been for several months and likes her place well. Mrs. Ella Davits who has been conducting a boarding house on High street, has discontinued and has moved to room No. 762 West Tenth. Jefferson Logan,...

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. — 29 October 1897

W" jr.*" fK 7 ISr? 'f |iy 2&v EsslEfe*. 10WA STATE BTSTANDEI. BY BT8TANDBR i»UBLI8HINO Oft Dmonn, Minister De Lome, acting under i' instructions from his government, has J- called the attention of the state de partment to the case and has politely asked for an explanation. The admin istration did not wait for this, how ever, but after hearing of the escape of the schooner, the treasury depart ment wrote to the collector of customs at New York asking for a report on 1 the matter. The report shows that "an effort was made to stop the vessel, but it failed because a telephone was not in working order. LIVES IN PERIL, Fourteen Whaling Vessels Fait la ths Ice Near Polat Barrow. SAW FHANCIBCO, Oct. 28.—News from the whaling vessels discouraging. Nearly all the vessels have been caught in the ice and some of them may not last through the winter. Not since the winter of 1884, when tiie fleet was caught in the ice off Herald /Island, has such wholesale disaster been threatening. Fourteen...

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. — 29 October 1897

JL ANOIBNT MEMORIAL SBRVlOa. hifiw Mt tha Ksyaea a tln«l Baglteik Mi iProa ths WestialBstar Gawtttft A remarkable ssnrlos wm 4_J. hst« rwatly »t.tfifc "ttlf b»«-llk».e!i«rd| ft Lm4 tt«41, near I#noastsr, tMjAK-.lfei ths,rsposs «t aoula of Lord 4* Q1K« ford (commonly called ths "butchsT" bscauss of hjs ferocity), and his friends yrbo wara klllad atths battle of Tim ton on Palp Sunday, 14«1, or who died latar throuih Injuries received. Ao cordlng to aome aoeonnta no fewer **»n 18,000 Lancastrians and 10,000. York ists lost tbelr llyes In this battle, sad most of the notable dead were after ward burled at the neighboring Caxtoa church, but the memorial church at Lead Hall was erected on the spot where Lord Clifford fell in the same year the battle was fought, and one Berries a year only has been held erer since that time, without a break, on the anniversary of the death of th« earl. Not So *ar Gone. "How elderly Miss Mlnga ia getting to bel" '1 don't know—she still has the tooth ache."...

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. — 29 October 1897

|p, Ss?^ i-H*" i?- rtSPMfNf if te' p/r FRIDAY, OCTT. 29. THE'Reviews FALSE STATEMENTS^ In last aturday's issue, under the bead of "ftunnifig the Citjr," rfl£ ferritig to Wui. (SiilsolPi elitfmf which was allowed by tbe city council. Quoting the Review's .own words, he *ays: "He wasn't entitled to a cent. The Review says this on the au­ thority of Alderman Myerly who introduced his claim and secured its allowance, and who is a lawyer lied therefore ought to know. "Coalson is both an unfortunate tod fortunate negro. He owned a lot on a street on which there had been no established grade and when tbe grade was established and the street was tilled there came a flood and wet his cellar. To that extent he was unfortunate but the city is not to blame." The Bystander asks the Review by what authority do you make those statements of Alderman Myerly Our reporter called on Alderman Myerly, and he stated positively that it was all untrue,as he had never made any such state ments. Furthermore, ...

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 November 1897

7$A*L -I^X-itb .where eft: him. IODOH i«OTf JoiSITH loifdW »T®**S Iowa Stats Bystander. rvsuuoro mnr nmr in »r OTAWPMI fouJini oonrimr. EMCIAL PAIVB o» AMO-AMMUOAW QW Ur*A. J»JOT«OTITB ASSOCIATION •motit r*ru or rat mar •Hirrui. UHIUD «*URI LOMB OR iowa, a. r. A/M. TKBua or auucBirne*. OM Jfttft* ......................a .St.lj' Uz months fine months ^JULvdMOBtttti pnaUCajftzeatL J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. «|. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. rl— --.. —=^-zsm-^ast Bead money by poatofflo* mrtft, maim srder, uprNi or draft, to Tu IOWA L»U«A IIKAIIDII Pabliahlni Company. Ooaamimicatioiu mint bt written oat 4de of tb« papmroiily and be# tatsnetto ttopublio. "Brarity fa U» aonl of wit," twaember. :." Wo will not rotura rejected manuaeript —low aocompanUd by postage aUaapa. IOWA'S LEADIHG COLORED PAPER. fear flood Barber*. Cigars aad bndr OSrc ilson I Mil's Barber Shop, COB. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINCS, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING A Specialty. EVIHY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS ...

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 November 1897

te 0 p5 K*J Wft BgSS^ S? 4 sSs£ 3- -®ah£ II- skm. m, m? w& WK W- SHAW IS GOVEBNOR ,VT„ 'm? W HIS EL.BC ri.'V?"-. .-^rJiJttBV RETURNS INDICATE TION BY 30,000- Md Ohio I*-CWIaaed By KepaMlea** v,. B«»p(iiU-On«Uf New *«k |fr Cms pmmott$Mcf0yVi ,.. r.Jf-J*. '-v.'jJSL -V '»!,• DEI KOMTT, NOT. 4.—The Register ,*yK **.'The republican state ticket f# Iowa is elected by a plurality of Hot less than 30,000, probably 31,000, and possibly the plurality will fro above that figure. Complete fcettorn# are in hand. Figures on gain or ldsajo* half of them indicated a plurality'of more than 30,000. Actual plurality esti mates on three-fourths of them inrii cated a plurality exceeding 30,000.*' „v. Chairman McMillan of the state cen l|p.tral committee insists that Shaw's plurality will exceed 30,000. The Register claims that the senate will stand 40 republicans and 10 dent ocrats and the house 03 republicans and 3? democrats. A hard fight was pMf made against Senator Waterman, of KC| Wapello, and ...

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 November 1897

TH1 K"-' iterv- TO INVBST. Till MN« Iittolor AMMfitii tM raMIe—Gold Tlgkit V» tar g*gg ^_. r&P* the Dasketfal. Whel the first rich dlacov«rlM of gold on th« Klondike TH h«rald«d forth to an Mtonlthed .world tftm months ago, the topic at one* fckjNM one of aibao*blnt interest.' Nothing else was thought of or talked of for weeks. The papers teemed with It. people were over-powered by the nag* nltude of the riches actually found and by those known to be In itore for the future. High tension produces a resultant quietude. With the close of navigation the papers dropped the sub ject for a time and people partially put It from their minds In order to attend to present and pressing matters. The most casual observer Is certain that the new year will witness a world wide revival of this Interest compared v/ith which the late enthusiasm was but a speck. In fact, such revival has now appeared in the recent accounts of finds on the gulches, where nuggta ore picked up by the basketful. The i...

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 November 1897

**. -W' V/ML.VJILLI^J'J1 Rk ilG' fev !$ I# z, T-i/ $, s?wlVA tttWAY, KOV _^Sim ME ft &£•>• -V lfep •^p! •tfc COUNTY SAVED Ohio Endorses the Mc Kinley Administra tion by 20,000. Mark Hanna Will Be Elected United States Senator— Massachuetts Give the Grand Old Party L,': 86,000. Maryland has electcd a republican legis lature, and Senator Gorman's place will be filled by a republican. New Jersey is safe, the republicans will Jiave a majority of 21 on join ballot. South Dakota baa come back to Ibe re publican ranks by electing 6 oat of 8 cir cuit judges. Colorado i9 in Line with a big republican gain. ALBIA NEWS. Mr. John Mines visited friends in Ottumwa last week. Mrs. Joeie Meadows returned from Mnchakinock on Saturday. Miss flallie Morris left Albia for Clarinda last Thuesday. Miss Maggie Brown of De* Moines is visiting her sister Mrs. §*& Grayson of liiteman this week. Elder Jason Bandy and Bayy A. Ford, held their first Jfoa Conference for this year in Albia, Wednesday e...

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 November 1897

VOL. A.mmm Iowa State Bystander. luiuinai mvMMr FBIDAT BT THX »Y- •TAKDKB FUBUHIN« CONFUTY. OfriCIAL FAPEB OV THB iwn.un«mt| PBOTIOTIV* A8SOCIA.TIOX QfflOUX. smnnrx. trsrrut OF IOWA. FAPBB OF TUB MOM VOB- QBAJTO LOMB or IOWA, A., R. A. M. TBBIM or atjMCBimo*. On* 91.50 Six montha ... j| three months .jULcotarfptfeMPWr*4M».rtway __ J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Sand money by peatofflca irdtr, ardar, expraaa or draft, to Taa IOWA «TAIOI •TITAITDKB Publlahlng Company. Gonmunicatlona most be writtan as oae aide of th« paper only and be of lntereat to the publio. "Brerlty la tbe soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaoript uleaa aoeompanied by poatafa atampa. IOWA'S LEADIK& COLORED PAPER. Fear Gem) Barbers. Cifari aid Uindrjr Oflre Wilson I larion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS„ DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CCITINO a Specialty. EVERY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS Felt sailors—50 cen-s—Mason's. Mrs. Eliza Bell is quite il...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 November 1897

rv BTSTANDEL •T BYSTAND1K POBUBHIHO Oft PMMN Bitam (kr HATISI, SOT. lfli~N»nb»l Blanco ha* iuaed the following edict, officially described as "expressing the magoan tmout sentiments of the queen regent ?»nd the firm determination of the national government": "I pardon in full all those wbo have been prose cuted for the crime of rebellion. Bebels prosecuted for comoioncrimes. Independent of rebellion, snch as Spoliation, immorality and the like, will be pardoned as rebels, but judged for other offenses committed by them. Those suffering sentences imposed prior to the date of this edict will have their sentence commoted to a certain extent, and perhsps in some eases in fOLL Persons pardoned should appear before the civil and railiUyy authorities at their respective places of residence, which tbey will designate and which will be communicated to me. Should they designate placcs of residence ontside the principal towns, they will be advised of the necessity of residing within the milita...

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 November 1897

m™*- riU Victoria 4oek«, London, rooms tor 2501OOOcnrcM*e« of bttt in provided, '"f^ ,0'*v The Oliver Goldsmith window, late* ly subscribed for In England, has been placed In position In the church of the parish In which the poet was born. "Mamma, what Is a farce?" "A farce? Why, It Is the way your father went around and watered all my drled up plants the morning after I got home."—Detroit Free Press. Obstafclt. Sister—Why don't you marry her! Brother—I'd like to but unfortunately she has an Impediment In her apeech. Sister—What is it? Brother—She can't say yes. There la a Clam of People VP ho are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has been placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called GRAIN-0 made of pure grains, that takes tlie places of coifee. The most delicate stomach receives it with out distress, and but few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over ns much. Children may driak it with great benefit, 15 cts. and 85 cts. per package. Try it. Ask for G...

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 November 1897

-It.' to 1: H' I Mi m- wp rWy'V I rv m&Z&i TfS & FRIDAY, NO^. It. —•^•1 nil I IIlinI II •Ii.miiiwiplwiiini I. The Greatness of Han fi Is Not Wealth [but Self-sacrifices. JH e'li [COmiOKICATKDO Alter gathering together ot atoms, which, under the microscope could icaraslj be distinguished, but according to some law they cling together and each eeting upon every other one, all arrang ing'themselves and quiokened with undis covered energies it moves with life and vital force. Btood, bone, muscle and is the result of this strange combi-1 the same dust that formed tbe rock and trees, has produced a llv ng thing, capable of receiving, in its new state the gladness and the glory of a soul. This wonderful being is the cap sheaf of God's handiwork, tbe lost creature of his conception, called man. In this great being two very noticable elements constitutes its make-up. That ola high order where resides the heaven .born king of refined intelligence, called Igreatness. And that of a ...

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 November 1897

(t Stale ^apitol Hj.etorioal Rooia VOL. 4. iowa Stats Bystander. rUBUfiHKD ITUI NUDAT BT TU »T •TABTDIB rcsuaanr* OOMTAXT. OFXIOIAL, PATCH or TH* AJTBO-AXBXIOA* FBOTKCTITK ASSOCIATION or IOWA. orrioiAL PANEB or MOST wos •Birrut VKVtKD 8BAK9 X0BCB Or IOWA, A. r. a A. M. nana or imacBirnov. On* yw ..91.M 01x month# Tl Tbr«* months PSVaMsl liWW J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Band money by pottoifica ordw, moHf ardar, axpraia or draft, to Tn IOWA BTIVB BTITAMOIR PubliihlDg Company. Communication* mnat be written QM •id* of the paper only and bo of interest thapublio. "Brevity la the aonl of wit," ramember. W« will not return rejected manuaoript anlaw accompanied by poataga stampa. lOSi'S LEADISG COLORED PAPER. I'tir flood Btrliera. Clftrt aad Laiadrjr Offlee Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COB. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING A Specialty. BVERY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS All should attend the union ser vices on Than...

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 November 1897

ASF N ly" 5 »*V & r! m- K«t* *3* 1 Cc few? js Is* Hfljf fk fit, ^ii.siiniwa. »Y BY8TANDIR fOBLIflHINfl sn noun, mmmam s"N» IOWA DURRANT MAY NEVER HANG. (Cuiol Dlt B*for« !f»rt March Amy San Francisco dispatch: In view of d-f'the fact that the supreme court will j»'i»ot convene until the Second Monday |r"wln January, it is not considered prob able that Durrant, the condemned 'murderer of Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams, will expiate the crime for which he was sentenced to -fee hanged in December, 1895, before the latter part of February or the v' beginning of March next, if at aiL The matter cannot come up for hear ing upon the points involved in the order granting the certificates of probable cause, to which the mur derer owes his second lease of life, until the middle of January. After 'the case has been decided another ^thirty days nt least mast intervene -•before the remittitur from the supreme court can reach the trial court and Durrant be re-sentenced for the second time...

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 November 1897

VnWMMBM, fact a-,. jjV ?s\ W&t'S-t t-Si-*" that not oooYeae until 9tr UK t-'U jpj in i*. 1 |fcj ^WW+^sw9" v\r* *$$? £. JT& TOi' \, jJr IDIfeSTATE BTSTJUiJ)^ »Y BTSTANDM POftLUBIKtf IOWA DURRANT MAY NEVER HANO. la A*s Caaaot Die Before West March Eveat, Kow, Sun Francisco dispatch: In view of the the Durrant, the condemned murderer of Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams, will expiate the crime for which he was sentenced to be hanged in December, 1895, before the latter part of February or the beginning of March next, if at ail. The matter cannot come np for hear sing upon the points involved in the v./'iOrder granting the certificates of ..^probable cause, to which the mur Pilferer owes his second lease of life, until the middle of January. After -Kthe case has been decided another jjk»thirty days at least must intervene |if^before the remittitur from the supreme rfl|court can reach the trial court and .Durrant be re-sentenced for the second time. Meantime, Durrant has been re...

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 November 1897

-va *iV, $?K &• Heartfelt thanksgiving! Oh! let It rise Like the mist of morn TdwArd the at are aiciM Let the heaft life glad Aha tie song be gay, •Airj»re welcome the Joys Of Thanksgiving Da^, how sweet Is home With its alt^r fires! The meeting of sons With their happy sires! The fair young wives And their little flocks, In brand-new coats And Sunday frocks. forgather around ., the old-time board, The, blessing is ask?d The. te&. is poured, And the children laugh la their lnerry way, When.the turkey comes ill On Thanksgiving Day, But what's this glee To that which comes With the smoking puddlnf So full of plums? And the rosy fruit Without stint or lack And, last of all, The nuts to crack? What beautiful seasons To him who roams Are these meetings rare In the land of homes When the young, and oid The grave and gay, Lift up their hearts On Thanksgiving Day! My chum, John Meredith, vu going home. He was always sighing for hit) home, and at times this longing pos sessed him so ...

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 November 1897

J! -i-'f/'-'Af® r'~ 4 K( «T* 2* ff£ 7^} \v pr^mm^n^i Heartfelt thanksgiving! Ob! let It rise Like the mist of mofti Tbwdrd the ature skies *t the heart tife glad a the song be gay, welcome the Joys Thanksgiving Day, kow sweet Is home With Its altQr fires! The meeting of sons With their happy slresl The fair young wives And their little flocks, In brand-new coats And Sunday frocks. gather around .. 'the old-time board, The blessing is asked The. tea. is jioured, And the children laugli In their merry way, The nuts to crack? What beautiful seasons To him who roams, Are these meetings rare In the land' of homes When the young and oid The grave and gay. Lift up their hearts On Thanksgiving Day! My chum, John Meredith, was String home. He was always sighing There was but little out here in the mountains to relieve' the tedium of our long evenings, so Jim McKenzie's week ly visits were always heralded with Joy. We made merry over his doming, and our carefully prepared dinner we regarded a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 November 1897

1 +9? RACE ECHOES. Sk. 4 lHr. I H. Tneltr the preatnbalat Jtf newpaaper man, who is known ths gang Loafer", is fit jail charged with robbing the $ TJ. 8. Mail and obtaing money H- Wider (kite pretence and forgery, tad the chance* are he will be compelled to serve a term of years for Uncle Sam, for his reckless way of handling other people's money. It is bad enongh to stea much less breaking open other letters and taking ont tin contents,—Omaha Prgores*. Thla same newspaper man WM I rln oar city tad tedy., of tonoe Golden Bale Club also its financial agent W£V 4 &as-"!!Ai¥! Hon. H, V. Gastrin, formerly of Montgomery Ala., and one of /tips best and ablest colored itep •blican io Alabama, has been appointed by President McKindly Baceirer of the Land Office, at Hontsrille in that State. Old we v, tip our hat to you.—Ex. !#v r' The Ninth Battalion, the color ed militsry organization of Ohio and a part of the state malitia, presented to Lent. Charles Young U. 8. A., a fine gold-mounte...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 26 November 1897

j*W sa®9f a" flip '""is Iowa State Bystander. niUlltD CVBBY FJUDA.T Br THK BT •TAITDKB FPBLISHIKe COMPLY. 0F7I0IAL FAFEB OF THE AFBO-AMKBIOA* FBOCTOTIYB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. •VFIOIAI. FAFBB OF VHB MOST WOB imwm. UNITED GRAM) LONI OF IOWA, A, F. A. M. TBBMS OF iCBSCBIPTIDW. Oasyaar $1.60 Six month* 75 |bm months. N Wa will not return rejected manuscript aaltss accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADIKG COLORED PAPER. Fear Good Barber*. Cigars and Ksunili-jr Office ffilson I laiion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST] STS.,' DCS MOINES, IOWA. V?' CHILDREN'S HAIR COTTING a Specialty. XVEBT THISO FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS Felt hats, 50c—Mason's. Mrs. Isaac Kirtley is still quite sidk, but her physician has hopes of her recovery When you wish Kitchen Novelties and Toi'et Soap, call on Mr. J. T. Blagburn, 379 School-st. ,v & I r- v-' Mrs." IVmf Fletcher entertained' yite a number of her friends at inner last Sunday. •J v'C J'-A'-M PWtyfLa 4lT!»ei. J. L, THOMPSON. EDI...

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 November 1897

»H IteiiS&U ¥f»j yi FEFCRFCL a y-i ffiS-'* if ia-'sa aw' 5s® V%^'VV~ $»*•&» iff® -tfw tk was? 15$? wMk *&- IOWA STA%BYSTANDER. »T BY8TANDKB fe}*» jMfejL&L-c \_^a___— FCBLIQHINa oa •^""•^ill'' DX8IIQZ11B, XOW1 URGES MORS SOLDIERS. Q»ml MUM iNNil^'Wiqrmti'1 of the Amy.'., F»V WASUIXGTONJ^INOV. 23.-=General Kelson A. Miles'^ wants Uncle S*in to hurry up in (retting' ready for war and thereby avoid it He asks con rgress for more than 915,000,000 for coast defense work next year. He al SQ..wa«ta two more regiments of artil lery properly to man the harbor forti fications already constructed. He urges the addition of at least 10,000 men to the strength of the army and he would give the president power to increase the standing army to 70,000. He asks for five more regiments of infantry at once, and would send men to Alaska to occupy three new forts. These are among the recommenda tions in the report of General Miles to General Russell A. Alger, secretary of war. The secretar...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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