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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 December 1897

THE RESCUE. BY Q. R. was in the month of February, 1831, a bright moonlight night, and intense ly cold, that the little brig 1 com manded lay quietly at her anchors in side the Hook. We had a hard time of it. beating about for eleven gys off this coast, with cutting north isters blowing and snow and sleet ailing for the most of the time. For ward, the vessel was thickly coated llth ice, and it was hard work to han Pe her, as the rigging and sails were iff, and yielded only when the bength of the men was exerted to th? Imost. When at length we made the ort, ail hands worn down and ex lusted, we could ntot have held out fro days longer without relief. |"A bitter cold night, Mr. Larkln," [said to my mate as I tarried for a oment 011 deck to finish my cigar. iThe worthy down-easter buttoned his at more tightly around him, looked to the moon, and felt his red nose Ifore he replied. "It's a whistle, ptain, as we used to say on the Ken |bec. Nothing lives comfortable out blankets in such 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. — 24 December 1897

I "H p.'. I t*, I !H ,-J. flfiST mm He awdke with parched throat and glancing at the clock saw that he bad barely slept a half hour, An imperative need to breathe the night air came over him. The hands marked a quarter to midnight, and, on rising and stretching his arms, Lucien recollected that it was Christmas eve, and by an ironical freak of memory he taw himself a little child again putting bis shoes in front of the chimney at bedtime. Just then old Dronski, the Pole, a fixture of the place, in threadbare, braided livery, came up to Lucien and mouthed a few words in hia dirty beard. "Lend me five francs, Monsieur. Here are two days since I have been out of the club and 17 has not turned up once. '.,, •, RECINA COELI. Laugh at me if you will, but you may cut off my fist if 17 does not eome out in a few minutes, when the clock strikes midnight." Lucien de Hem shrugged his shoul ders he had not even the wherewithal In bis pocket to pay the tax known by the house habituea as "The Pol...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 December 1897

Ciitou bintlm On® of the most curious Inventions hit ha* probably been Issued out of h« United States Patent office, was •ranted last week to a Scotchman, (he Invention embodies a process of Ibtalnlng useful products from silk lorms. The Inventor collects the silk rtrms when they have attained the Maximum size and are about to be Hn splnningand subjects them to pres et* without preliminary treatment A so artificially ejects the silk fibre killing the worm to produce the breads and then dries these artifically hected threads and later subjects hem to the same treatment that the .breads would undergo had they been Intra naturally. In this manner, of purse, the whole process is im mensely simplified and the percent ge of gain is greatly increased. We hove show four copyrighted sketches jf mechanical movements easily un derstood by the average mechanic. All hose desiring free information as to he laws of patents may obtain the •pmA in addressing Sues & Co., reg- Ctared patent lawyer...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 December 1897

.^TRIDAV DECEMBER, 24. I Brief IM Of Some of our Leading Race Men and Women of Iowa, J. F. BLAGBURN. The subject of this skelch was born in Clintou, Iowa, Nov. 20, 1868. where lie resided with hia parents until they moved to Des Moines in the fall of 1875. where he first entered the public school at the age of seven, and, not feeling like bein# wholly dependent upon his father, he sought a position as carrier for the evening News, which position he filled in a very creditable way, as he carried his route for more than one year without a complaint, alter which he resigned his position as carriea and accepted a posi tion as clerk at the cigar atand in the Aborn House, then the leading hotel in the city, where he remained for more than a year and attended school at the same time. At the close of school, •Frank," as he is commonly called, left thecigaj stand and worked for the Fhtenuc Insurance company ol Brooklyn, N. Y., giving thorough satisfaction to bis employers, lie left the Insur...

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. — 31 December 1897

m0 Edf (jrw ff im, •i, t^Vi U: ife/- 1 VOL. 4. Iowa State Bystander. W1UIWP BVSBT nUBAT BT TU ST WAHPBB rPBLUHIW OOMFAHT. •rnoui nriB or nans of IOWA'S LEADING year, upon receipt of only $1.00 and to those who owe back unpaid dues the $1.00 will count one year for them. Remember that you must send the money in before January '98 jine! Year. Mr. Charles Turner is now em ployed at the Kirkwood hotel. Mrs. I. E. Williamson was down to Kellog last Tuesday to serve a wedding. Miss Cordelia Lyons left Monday morning for a two weeks visit iu St. Joseph. icr. Joseph Hopkins of Ottumwa spent part of the holidays in the city visiting friends. Mrs. Maggie McNeal of Mt. Pleasant is visiting with her son Mr. Douglas Miller. Mrs Susan Jones of Clarinda is visiting her danghter, Mrs. Reeves of 780 W. 9th., S*' Mrs. Major B. Cox will preach at Burns M. E. church on next Snn day morning at 10:30 A. M. Mrs. JohnF. Blagburn was very sick last week. She is able to be about the house at this writing- A ...

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. — 31 December 1897

j.i !0.1 to] if *rj| ui not so "a.1 if* 1 thteX we P- rOMUSHlKO CO. —.__. 8ea Mil modest. It W®t iateand. indemnity for the only security for the I J, \xr\ i'^ljfioaUnc Suprema Court has 1 tilt that section of the state -B&B which declare* that no for ipMtK cttiMn can vote unless able tha constitution, means that Itatlon must be read in Eng lif a reasonable and a right* The man who has no clear (leaning of his vote is the if the vote buying boss. willing to travel third hewing-gum, though it firstclass trip, as in lphia paper gives the cases of diphtheria: piece of gum In her Id who had just been ilTided the gum with she reached home, contact, with the gum ve the disease its op nal vigilance is the inet went down a few ln's was wrecked a lit France's seems to be on fisli, while If the liber *ng leader the Salisbury have been overthfown }reek ^«tlon a few months ithstudlc^ihat 150 major fleh 8alisburyVcMa got in the Mntary elections ofNras. These rbulent times for mosfcscf the na...

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. — 31 December 1897

,. f/ ft xehume Uenuin' enuine lume mine $ and $1 II- All 'I [Jl 1 mvi or nrriREST. 'American knives, whan Intended for •ale In India, ar« usually made with ring* in the handles. The native* carry .them tied to their glrdlea. The salary of Postmaster H. T. Page of Redwater, Texas, does not keep pace •with the Increase of his family. On two. occasions his wife presented him (With twins, and once with quadruplets. 1 The Shah of Persia's horses are made jmusually conspicuous by having their tails dyed crimson at the tips, for a length of six inches. Only he and his Bona are permitted to thus ornament tbelr horses. Stiles McMellan of St. Albans, Vt., is 101 years old, and has never been sick day In his life. He began to smoke in bis 41st year, and has continued the habit ever since. He Is now cutting his third Bet of teeth. The postal savings banks of Great Britain had on deposit, at the close of last year, 108,049.642 pounds. The de positors numbered 6,862,035, and over one-half of the...

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. — 31 December 1897

r»- IP .-i N iisl!® taki»» -DECEMBER, 31. OOSA MEWS. arrived id the '•ndWstopping with illiama for a few I of Montezuma was thla week to visit bis friend* and one or two in -I-. #?l'r lliam and Joe Battla of Gar ity are visiting et the Lfyett's this week ii Hazsrad went to Grinnel if to look after business a- .e Manic people gave a very at social at their hall Mon e. A fair crond was in at nee and partook of a splend »per and enjoyable,time. ?Johnson and three chil ochakmock passed city enroot to Mus lim his wife. ^nes is convalicing ere attack of rheamat just able to walk. ieoba Lucas of Chicago 1 Geo. Lucas of Grinnel in the city the guest |obn Williams. OsV^yle and Maud Steel oi "TErana J^nt Christmas in onr ctiy. Our society people generally, attended the Mudfefkinock number of entertainments oivthe Unique Unioii Clnb. It was a anccessfai ball, about twenty-five of onr Oskaloosa people were present. The Doll Drill at Wesley church was held X-mas ere, it was under the management ...

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. — 7 January 1898

Iowa Stats Bystander. ^IrUBUSHXD XVBBT rSISAT BT THX BT I1 WAITOM powjiaiw COMTAHT. •pjTICIAL PAPKB OF THB AFBO-AMMHOAy PBOTKCTIV* ASSOCIATIO* Of IdWA. DMIOIAL PAPEB OF THX MM* W0»- HOFm UNITED SBAITD LONI Of IOWA, A. A. M. TIBK) or BUBBCBimOV. /One year H» Six month* .. .TO three months W All subscrtBttoM ptl1 *4t»PS« J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Sazld money by poatofflca ordar, aoaep ardar, express or draft, to T» IOWA BTA^I InwiDii Publishing Company. Communication! mmt b« wrlttan on on* •Id* of tha papar only and be of interest to tftil publio. "Brarity the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuiorlpt nnleai accompanied by poftage atampi. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Fear flood Barbcri. Cigars and laundry Office Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COB. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specialty. EVERV THING FiRsr-Cr.Ass. PRICES MODERATE. Two Days More Saturday and Saturday night—be fore we close our annual In...

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. — 7 January 1898

S| ii1~r V( m.:.v W $ & an IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. nimtfim rraunnn co. 'DBS MODTBS, IOWA L,, Tbe Average weekly low of Tcswif •S tte mi Uircmslumt tke world ii i^Mv* Weyler finds it easier to wWp the United State* in Spain tlian be toand ft to tWp the imarpoti in Coba. There always iufre been warriors of UuU kind. There are no slams, almost no pau pers and few wealthy men In Sweden, bat *b« general p70«perity of the people probably exceeds that of any other Eo conn try. As nine different nationalities are represented in the Austrian parlia ment, is it any wonder that the con versation therein Is a reminder of the lower of babble? The pride which would make Spain crave a short war with the United 8tates as a means to crawl gracefully down from her altitude in Cuba is not attended with a desire for Justice or any respect for common sense. It is (he meanest and fooliahest of bluff and a confession of defeat woaid be twice as manly and would save a creat many lives. "When Henry the Fi...

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. — 7 January 1898

Poor Speller'* Stronghold. Hicks—Young Batkins really has a graius for composition, but be is an awfully poor speller. Wicks—Tell him to write a dialect story. It will be sure to prove a suc cess. Alike In One Respect. "I," remarked Windspllt Adolphus Wlerry, "come from a musical family. All my associations have been music al." "The monkey who sits on the organ and collects pennies can make the same claim," pointed out the cynic. Ugholulnt Jostles. "My wife got even with that burglar who set the burglar alarm going and woke the baby." "What did she do "She pulled him in by the collar and made him rock the baby to sleep again. line's Family Medicine. Moves the bowels each day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. Price, 25 and 50c. Reading should teach us how to seek for truth, meditation how to find it. I shall recommend Piso's Cure for Con •nmptioD far and wide.—Mrs. Mulligan, Plumstead, Kent, England, Nov. 8,1895. In ...

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. — 7 January 1898

s8' .' yIi:-.'.-i\i'.'..-vt.- il $ w1 jftr, r* •K ft sf 1 1 TO i* sl ®,k yrS i: :i- Attf- 8?** M# MI? tr?2kf^vj'^V'W%?{ 'A 7 V, tU & 5 FRIDAY JANUARt*, 7. RACE ECHOES. A colored Salvation Army is the latest thing on in the city of Louisville. Miss Georgie DeBaptisti, daughter of Rev. JR. DeBaptisti of Evanston, 111*, has been appoint directory clerk in the Chicago posteffice. Hon. J. Milton Turner of St. Louis and ex.Congressman Murry Marry of S. Carolina are conduc. ting a large machine shop in St. Louis. The latter who is in Washington preparing to make a contest for his seat in congress has a valuable patent on a com bination farming machine which they are manufacturing. Honors come to Lawyer John Jones of Chicago, says the Chicago Sun when he himselt did not know it or expect it. Charles H. Kelly for many years a resi dence of Chicago, died Dec. 10th. 1897 leaving a large estate to be divided among relatives and sev eral educational, religious and be nevolent institutions. H...

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 January 1898

-i a 1 Iowa State Bystander. KWJIKID BVBBY WXU.Y »T in •TAWDIB WKJIHW OOMTAJIY. OFTICIAL FAFBB OF THS AWO-AWElOit PBOTECTIV* A8800IAT10B OF rtfi. OFVIOIAI, FAPBB OF TH* MOB V6 BBIPFVL USR1D SliSb LOMB OF IOWA, A. F. A.H TIBKt OF IVBtOBlFTIOV. On* year Biz monthe Three months We will not return rejected manuioript oalesa accompanied by poatage atampa. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Foar Good Barberi. Cigars and Lsandry Office Wilson & Barton's Barbei Solmon Davis an old Des Moines '(ar^has returned from Omaha Neb. 1 troci GI f^jld Rose Coal Co Fifth and Market. Phone coi iiiel* •^ji!0p: Uo°a VOL. 4. BY' W-n 1 PttlSM-fi-lteSSfiL- J/'L, THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Band money by poatofflca order, aoaaf ardwr, express or draft, to Tun IOWA STA^B BTIURDU Pnbliahing Company. Communications mnat be written on on* a(d* of the paper only and be of intareatte tlftfcublio. "Brerlty ia tfaa aoal of wit," remember. Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAI...

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 January 1898

Rr??"r V* ?.v i:i: & v iV "I fr I' &n Sk •. So": 1 "H %-v I fc fco a? 11 f'4 v. &hr': M0& IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BT BYSTANDER FCBU8HINO CO. "DBS MOINES, IOWA The papers are rull of statements of what a new telephone company Is go ing to do in and for New York. It is mil Interesting, but the fact that so much of the story is in the future tense takes the edge off somewhat. ^Chicago will be looked upon 1ft the near future as a' literary mart of con iaequence. It Is in the proper location for this purpose. Coast cities, like •oast men, are invariably warped and provincial. The Grants and Lincolns came from the central section of the country, where men grew up well bal anced and broad minded. T* The careless and reckless way in which many women—with their pock •tbooks in full sight, inviting thievish grasp, and their watches hanging in •lew and easy reach of deft rascals— plunge into the holiday rush, is a di rect incitement and temptation to rob bery. One would suppose t...

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. — 14 January 1898

1 Of ?ound 1 AUGERS, AND '~v 1 HOSTETTER CO. WINS A CASB. Infringement* Their Bitter* Mot Toler «ted by United State* Court. The United States circuit court for tbe southern district of New York, Judge Townsend presiding, handed down an opinion December 23, 1897, granting injunction and accounting, in the suit of The Hostetter Company against Isaac Rommers and Louis Jo seph, for infringement of its trade nark. The jurist states, in bold and olear language, the rights accruing to the Hostetter Company, and the liabil ity incurred by all who would rob them, by fraud or misrepresentation, of the well-earned reputation and profits of a business built up by the efforts of half a century. The julge says, in part: "The complainant is entitled to pro tection against the appropriation of its trade mark, by any and all unfair and dishonorable means, and a court of equity has power to grant such protec tion whenever it is satisfied that an attempt has been made by ingenious subterfuges, to inv...

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. — 14 January 1898

1 ft *K •sfal gt ramf| iceiif ofK I ^Tl FRIDAY JANUARY, 14. RACE ECHOES. A notable movement among the colored race is the fonnding of the American Negro Academy. This Academy is an organization of authors scholars, graduates and writers, men of African descent, for the promotion ot letters, art, literature and science for the creation of a form of literary taste to encourage and assist scholar ship to stimulate inventive and artistic power and to aid in the publication of works of merit and genius. Among those interested in it are Dr. F. G. Grinkle, a gratoate of Princeton Dr. Alex ander Crnmmel, a graduate of Oxford Eng., and anther ot fine attainments JProf. Kelly Miller, of Howard University and a mathematician ot note Prof. Du° Bois a graduate of Havard and the foremost sociologist of the Negro race Paul "Lawrence Dun bar, the poet Prof Scarborough' of Wilberforce, quite eminent as a Greek scholar and author Prof. Hoffman of Orangeburg S. C. Drs. Brown and Crogman of Atlanta Uni...

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. — 21 January 1898

W /•y, .' .-' TTTBUSHSD BVBBY FBIDAT BT THK BT aTAXDEB PUBUIH1N* OOMT AHT. OFJICXAL PAPXB OF THS AFBO-AMERICAB PBOTECTIVB ASSOCIATION Of 16WA. OFFICIAL FAPBB or TB MOST WOB- SHIPFUL UNITED Communication! mnst be written on OH ltd* of the paper only and be of interest to l& public. "Brevity ia the ioul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaorlpt aales* accompanied by poatage atampa. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Konr Good Berber*. ligerg and Laundry Office ilson I Barton's Barbel Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., OES MOINES, IOW*. CHILDREN'S HAIR CCTTINO a Specialty. EVERY THING FIHST CI.AMS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS Witch This Space. Buflington Route The Ladies Afternoon Social Club met at the home of Mrs. F. Jafckson, a pleasant afternoon was spent. The'. new elected officers are as follows Mesdames. Woods, Mash Sect. Gus Comley Treas. The club decided to have a literary program every fourth Tuesday. Tkg-vlub adjourned to meet with s. Wilburn on Crocker St. Jan....

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. — 21 January 1898

*V &' Oil enf jram| iceli ottf aint I" I *y* ill IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BT BYSTANDBB PCMJSHING CO. DES MOIKBS, IOWA -i»' IOWA LEGISLATURE. SENATE. Des Moines, .Tan. 14.—Twelve bills were Introduced to-day, among them the follow ing: ByDruet, to restore the landlord's lien law as it was before the new eode was passed by Pinch, to amend the garnish s,v ment law by Carroll, to change the open e-i ing of the quail season from October and November to November and December by Hayward, to provide for a state tonsorial board for licensing barbers by Emmert, empowerifig"t»irdbfhealth to prohibit tho importation into the state without inspec tion of all cows and meat cattle for breed ing purposes,dn order to lessen the dangers of tuberculosis by Ericson, to reduce in terest on state warrants from 6 to 4 per cent. Wilson introduced a joint resolution looking to the printing and binding of pub lic school books in the state penitentiaries. Senator Funk was elected president pro tern, after wh...

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. — 21 January 1898

•i Retired from Buftlnesfl. Downtown—"How is thiB, Upton I beard you had retired from business, yet here you are buying goods. The report could not have been true." Upton—"Yes, it's true. I've retired from business." Downton—"Then what are these goods (or?" Upton—"For a store of mine in Phil adelphia." The Cuban Scare. Although the diplomatic entanglement with Spain over Cuba is to some extent tu flnencing the stock market, Wall street ex pects no serious complications. Neverthe less serious complication with other mal adies may be expected to follow an atttt' of biliousness which is not checked at the outset. The'most effectual means to this end .is Hosjetter's Stoinaoh. Bitters, an ad mirable remedy moreover, for dyspepsia, malaria, kidney trouble, constipation and nervousness. ... Easterner—"He had money when he came here." Westerner—"Oh! Look in the poor house." We, the undersigned have known P. J. Cheney for the past fifteen rears, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all bu...

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. — 21 January 1898

mm.i s» It •-*'1 '.W1 fx1^' -f fe1» 'p I" Jf- I •f-f\ FRIDAY JANUARY, 21. THE SECRET OP LONGEVITY Kale* to Sir JimH tawriCa Set of If alone Lit*. From the London News: What is the secret of longevity? Sir James Sawyer has been confiding it to a Birm ingham audience. Like so many other secrets, it consists in "paying atten tion to a number of small details." Here is a schedule of them, collected from the reports of Sir James Sawyer's lecture: 1. Eight hours' sleep. 2. Sleep on your right side. 3. Keep your bedroom window open all night. 4. Have a mat to your bedroom door. 5. Do not have your bedstead against the wall. 6. No cold tub in the morning, but a"bath at the temperature of the body. 7. Exercise before breakfast. 8. Eat little meat and see that it is well cooked. 9. (For adults)—Drink no milk. 10. Eat plenty of fat, to feed the cells which destroy disease germs. 11. Avoid intoxicants, which destroy those cells. 12. Daily exercise in the open air. 13. Allow no pet animals in yo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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