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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1894

ag Fsify fs pro- TTE BY- |Tes of the ho as many kment have ficouragement kns throughout Ratifying to note fed in such a short kens. The business ll on you for your acl- Tsubseription this week, friends are appreciated Jrget that a subscriber is HAT'S IN A NAME?" £e frequently been asked why Ipted the name of the "BY '{." One of the greatest friends pie in distress writes under the aon deplume, Albion W. Tourgee, D.. late j„udge of the supreme Jurt of North Carolina, author of "A ol's Errand," "Figs and Thistles," The Code With Notes," etc. Besides Lis work he has written weekly letters the Chicago Inter Ocean and by this ime every colored man should reeog jjze in him a friend, lie was a Re publican in a state and at a time when took courage and manhood. Ku £lux-Klans were terrorizing the entire outh and murder was freely committed accomplish its purpose. Judge urgee brings to mind the class of publieaus who gave the party en ring principles and who had the nrage to defend their view...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1894

hill on, Tcrvvas the leader :t. Pelier, got from is each in various most of the wealers irisson, to be built in lar the Oregon line lited States soldiers, fmated that mercy id sentence modi tied orthy and that pro portation would be who would consent here they belonged li jbe given tt those ufoing east. Judge e'severe strictures on gland. Ore., citizens IPernor of that state, d, held out false in ivealers. and promis money for the pur them out of Portland nities and then left !e also denounced the in strong terras as lof evil to all who took PER THE KNIFE. •e an Eucysted. Tumor moved. 0.—The official an been made that a mor was recently re cheek of Emperor rculation of many sen esulted. which created in view of the fact ed of a disease which iscnssion in medical e. The tumor is said of only a few months, on authority of the ian that it had no oon l:r with the old ear Jvas the subject of so |1 rumors in years past, •iger publishes the fol signed by Professors Leaf hold: "The ein jond...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1894

land hour to Weed. iciful but, I aling-." ihmni. [that Jonathan lently, was the may have been r.but not the first fuscum of Natural the skeleton of a fland who was ossi ^tiine, living in that ears. lljs affliction scnliar mauner. One Irousal, he slept out. in pMfreafteii his joints be lle could not arise nor Ittended. Neither could ly, and when placed up stone. His teeth and lined into a solid bone, at and the use of his lear* was kept alive by lificially administered. nothing for him, and ithey preserved the lor mummy, which is fnycholosy. entist 1ms devotcu le development of Imals. The subject \ne. no doubt, bnt Lbe g-iftod with an Tjnation. He took ^le, and had them ^lcons, owls and am his observa 1s thus hatched £es of their re poster hatched isshowinjr ab larinr. while ?wl was cow telied by the |l as hopping lowed with ^is*eporte where a toRS, 170 has been ike Tita- L'aters in abcrn plonks to Brer fifcj following are the principal di mensioxis and weights of the various parts: ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 15 June 1894

good opportunity is seldom met in Lten track. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and lends to personal enjoyment when pfightly used. The many, who live bet ter thar others and enjoy life- more, with -lijss expenditure, hv mfe promptly adapting the world's bflif3^ products to the needs of physical h«ing» wll attest the value to health o* the pure_liquid laxative principle.* embraced in the jpemedy, Svrup of- T*igs. Its excellencc is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly sneficial properties of a perfect lax iw. effectually cleansing the system, ligpa.Yling colds, headaches and fevers UTpermanently curing constipation, fthas given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid 'ncys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists iu 50c and $1 bottles, but it i...

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. — 22 June 1894

•VOL. I. State Bystander. ^.tS 8. RUFF, Editor. IDKUS 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. ID. REELER, Secy, and Bua. Mgr. THUMB OF SVUHCRll'TlON. [ear ionths lontbs inscriptions payable in advance It as 31.50 .75 .50 Rkgihtkk Hue., Tuutn FI.oon. pney by postottice order, money tress or draft, to Thk Iowa State pn Publishing Company. licatious must be written on one paper only and be of interest to "Brevity is the soul of wit," iCIAL ANNOUNCEMtNI. Iowa State Bystaniikk issues ^,000 copies and is a state paper, name implies. It is young and tq increase with its establish j-It is here to stay. The man ent are* now negotiating1 for a [equipped printing office. In a time they wjll be able to do all pf printing in the latest style of Uy this arrangement employ lon be given to some of the young lof the city and thereby diversify ibor of colored girls. It is pro I to make The Iowa State By IBE one of the industries of the by giving employment to as many fcsible. The management have ?ith substantial ...

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. — 22 June 1894

iposed nn in jnths. bl bv luly 0. luctor. |ty box yards, The car before* district fcntionre iii. car Jot, when aore than Justices id j. S. ^dispute |n^on- incident occurred in irt at Keokuk. James 'just, jfiveatestimony and ras made to impeach him, 5pbell walked over to one of Its with whom he was acquaint in to excitedly discuss the jyhen the court recovered from aent: Judge Bank promptly ell for contempt. orhood of Cottage. Hardin itly excited over the death of Luke Taylor, body \^^^ucovered •ftlone. [but E. Sullivsfcn in the im Elsoplace elected, for leeting. thi ee sons ersons in knear Ot- Jj^nlcing J)le Fv 3 the trial trip of Erickgon in July.' rhich aoj^^ill receive her arm it «t Nc^ort. She will be tin Ted in a week and if the rains north "check the fall in the river she will leave Dubuque with steam up. Other wise she will be taken to St. Louis. AVinfield Wickliam, foreman in the box making department of a Cedar Rapids ereamery and dairy supply house, met with a fearful acci...

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. — 22 June 1894

gram The was the Maple se Terrj Blanche on also did withstanding nues doing a by the Daily fternoon was a spacious rooms x»tted plants and rved. The Iowa efforts of its peat integrity, pness. Relegates to Mention will June 23, feels as ^ention winded rep- uke and atural ing an ter is ns tliem in "tliere are curry comb Tevidently be lorsp. ?r in Wales, is tombstones "to Jry" of favorite rilous family. Westchester (Pa.) friendship with a dogs, and frenueut [nie pen with them, [horities say that were Natural enemies of fish, fuld fill all the available Jeas, rivers and oceans, snails crawl upon leaves, 'is going to bo light they 'outside of the leaf, If long they get on the under side. Ipe has approved a decree pro all ecclesiastics from being pres :ny bull-fights in Spain. No ex is* made to me rule, not even iu where the consolations of relig lre asked for a dying matador, valuable collection of 3,000 birds is been presented to the Agassiz Kluseum of Comparative ^oology, at Harvard Un...

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. — 22 June 1894

soon. SiA! Ty "cot there'' or! Juccs roeots him lilf Tiedesary az grece on the er skool keeps or not aiv»C| suf^gn enuf for good helt% He works in hiz sleep, and burns the midnite oil iz up in the morning az soon az it iz lite enuf for him tu find the shortest possible way intu hiz panta loons and at the end diez az ho haz lived—buzy. Ov cours aul ambitious men desir tu better their konditions. It iz human natur. Yet I have known many ov them tu throw up a "poor job"' for a ibettei* one only tu learn that they had a good one but didn't no it. The man who iz ambitious bekaus he kan't help it, trots while others walk. I hav known such men tu keep up the lie after others ha*l got«intu bed and: tucked the covering in for the nite, and not loz any flcsli, either. I never yet met a man whoz ambi tion led him onto the grate battle field ov life with a ^termination tii win or ruin his constitution but what I lerned afterward that he lived tu hurra and cary off the tropies and spoils ov vikt...

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. — 29 June 1894

late Bystander. tUFF, Editor. I. RUFF, Associate Editor. |LER, Secy, and Bus. Mgr. iis OF SUUSCHII'TIOX. $1.50 75 is ro iptions payable 111 advance. kcmHTKiTTii.K.. Thihd FI.ODI by by postotlk-e order, inouey |g3 or draft, to Tiik Iowa State Publishing Uojnpany. Jsations mnst lie written oil one La per only and be of interest to "Brevity is the soul of wit," Ia Statk Bystanhkk issues [copies and is a state paper, le implies. It is voting anil increase with its establish- lis here to scay. The Aan- Ire now negotiating for a fipped printing" ottiee. In a I they will be able to do all printing in the latest style of liy this arrangement employ [be given to some of the young Lhe city and thereby diversify of colored girls. It is pro- Fmake Tiik Iowa Statk 1J y- one of the industries of the I giving employment to as many Ible. The management have th substantial encouragement class of citizens throughout It is very gratifying to note t'est manifested in such a short our citizens. The busi...

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 June 1894

terest of tlio America" people, lias now transferred hia field of useful ness to Belgium and will give away corn pones and hoe cakes at the Ant werp exposition. It is to be hoped that Colonel Murphy will succeed in convincing the Belgians Avho are now absolutely ignorant of corn meal, that they "don't know what's good," until they nave made its ac quaintance. Books have been writ ten of late to show that the Ameri can colonies owed much to the Low Countries for ideas concerning civil liberty there is a chance to pay off Lthe obligation in corn cakes. CHE American rooster may now ^a space crow pianissimo, for here ka lot of German cities which of late, in ratio of increase, ^wn all American cities, leav hull down, so to speak, to ^wa:d. Well may the patriot rstwhile tooter of the plan- Ipnal horn inquire of the ly this is thus, and if it |e, what is to become of |e. To be outstripped any direction would jailing to the patriotic to be left behind in people miraculous le earth since th...

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 June 1894

OUR COTTON CROP. HOW IT IS DISTRIBUTED AMONG NATIONS. Diagram* Showing How Our Nelchliorn Ape 8apiliud—Texas rows More Than Any Nation and Almost Much as tho Other Slatiw. IIEl'LAXTKHSOF "elusive crop, while the price sinks, year by year, below the point of profitable productiveness. Texas, because of its enormous area, produces more cotton than any other Ktate—more, in fact, than any foreign nation, and nearly as much as all the world outside the United States, The other Gulf states push it closely in the amount of cotton grown by OTTOXCKOr OF THE WOI'.I.D. each, and the produce more than twice as much to the square mile. Circular diagram No 1 shows the annual cot ton crop of the world by countries of production. The 1'nited States manufactures only about one-third of its own cotton crop, as is shown by the following1 sphere divided into segments indicat ing its distribution among- the various countries of the world. The totai cotton crop of the 1'nited States in IfiS'.i was 7,-134...

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 June 1894

ILOCAL kyhcro will Vc a dancu Tuesday .eve ti lt tho Christy coal mine. Jon't ibryet tlio date of the old sit &$enic. Aw|ru?«tAU welcome. Sxtra copicWof Tin: IOWA STATK ESTANDICK can be obtained from our Igents at r^jputs per copy. E. H. Kvans was appointed custodian bf the government building in Des IMoines. vice 10. U. Mason. Barrett and Dhnmitt. arrested for mrglary on Woodland avenue, will be pried before Justicc Stahl. Tlic Searchlight is the name of a new Xiveekly to be established in this eitv by jjjpHeury French, of Chicago. "Colonel" Milligan was in a wreck ^noJir Minneapolis a few days ago. but Unfortunately was not injured. l&K ()n another page of this paper will be jl' fouml a full report of the action of the ft Republican state convention. The city council refused to pass tlui disorderly hoi'sc* ordinance, which "would virtually be licensing such ne farious dens. Notorious .Icannettee Allen's bagio p^vas raided Tuesday moiling and about eleven men and four women...

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. — 6 July 1894

Iowa State Bystander. i'l'HLlSIIKD KVKKV KBIDAV. CHARLES S. RUFF, Editor. THADDEUS S. RUFF, Associate Editor. JOHN D. REELER, Secy, and Bus. Mgr. TKI1MS OK SrHSCKII'TlON. One year £1.50 Hlx months 75 Three months 50 All subscriptions payable advance. IOFKXCK: KKGIKTKU HI.K.. TIIH-.D FI.ooit. Send money by postoitico order, money or'dor, express or draft, to THE IOWA STATE BYHTANIIF.U Publishing Company. Communications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of interest to the public. "Brevity is the soul of wit," kremember. WlLI, Srri'OKT A NEWS I'Al'KIt. [THE IOWA STATE BYSTAXDK has been ?lished but five weeks. It started lout names on its subscription list no advertising1 patronage and no |us It was conceived in the minds ic men who associated together and the homes of the people in vari irts of the state. And even in so |t a we are surprised at the port the^venture is receiving. Our jttiren of the press have given us a come that almost amounts to an Ition, The people...

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. — 6 July 1894

THE A IOWA 8 k'^'TMAT was an accommodating hldal couple in' WUliurosburg", N. who stftyod out on tho stoop (as j*»oy cvall th# fropt porch in that :'«o»ntrvX«11 night rather than dis­ turb tenants of the house in ^^jftthey expected to boffin house ^•eping. A teixphonk girl who wrote a play •ftvhas been discharged because the |^. play was bad. Such action on the fcv part of the soulless monopoly was a atretoh of authority and a mistaken eltort at reform. The girl will have more time tliun ever now to write bad plays. MICROBES have been discovered lurking in the telephone. The dis covery is not extremely remarkable. Let some scientist find a place or thins where microbes do not lurk in large quantities, and his name will .crowd those of tire common great ifeiear off the scroll of fame. If the contemporary which has eeas?wp^kia£ £h#t .the battle of WafeCUPfcQo had a great influence on the.d8slUles of Europe has any move iaforpu&ioii of this kind to impart it is to be hoped that fr,...

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. — 6 July 1894

pMVTI AKD SIX Oil, A FOUNTAIN Ligliti of the morning, Puriinir of ilnwuinir. Jilithe little, lit lie link- daughter 01" mine While with tlio iimping Bnri I in ('xcluiiiH'inn' Sixty of my .vi ai-n lor t-ix vwirw like tliiiiii. WiiiRH rnnnot vio Willi tlioc, l.ijilitly I tly with thw. Guv as the tliiKllo !own over thole:).: I,ill' in nil iniipc, omir or tragi'.-. Flayed lie thou phiycwt it daily with me. Floutinu mill ringing Thy merry pinpiig Comes xvhon tlx light comes, liktithut of the l.irdN. List to tbo piny of itl That is tlio way of it! All'* in the music and naught in the words— (ilnd or gi-iel-lailon, Sduiliert or Haydn. Ballad of Krin or DHMT.V Scotch lay, Like an ovang«l_ Sonic Imliy nngei Brought Iroin t-ky nursery stealing away. .Surely 1 know it, Art in* nor poet. Guesses iny treasure ol'.jubilant hours. Sorrows, what, are they? Nearer or far. they Vanish in sunshine, like dew from tlio (lowers. Years, 1 am nl.id of them! Would that 1 laid of them More and yet more, whil...

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. — 6 July 1894

Is. Iiesday ivas in !ek. Ion will lead to fr Miss Muttie Esther. ETt Burn's chapel Sunday' 5d evening'. Rev. Lee, pastor. managers of th«' Baptist excur Parnell City cleared something rr». ytsry good musical and literary ram was rendered at St. Paul's A. b. church Friday evening'. tv. Caston left for his lioiue in ail City Wednesday and will not In in time to occupy his pulpit nv. (ireen was a member of the un gate cripple family the fore part week, having1 seriously poisoned )t. I. Beu Carroll, formerly of IUeli 1 Pringles' minstrels, has closed season and is a member of the Bros.' trio. [H. Heals, Rig-lit Eminent Grand lander of Grand Commandery of [lis and Iowa, was a l)es Moines Ir this week. Betsy Smith, accused of poison ler husband, Michael Smith, was id guilty and will be sentenced to ife imprisonment. fpl very pleasant parcy occurred at the pme of Mr. and Mrs. McClain Monday frening. A g-oodly number attended jd all report a good time. Miss Anna Smith, who has been at tendi...

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. — 13 July 1894

ra State Bystander. I't IU.1KIIKI) KVHIiV ltl A ILE8S. RUFF, Editor. DEUS 8. RUFF, Associate Editor. D. REELER, Secy, and Bus. Mgr. JA1, I'AI'JCIt OK Till: AFItO-AMKIWAX OTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OK IOWA. TKlt.MN OF iSl'liSCIUl'TION. 111 5si.no ltllS 75 [mouths 50 subscriptions payable in advuuce. STICK: ItKCilSTKi: I!i.iv.. Tjiikk Fi.ook. money by postotttce order, muuoy krdar.Vxpress or draft, to Tin Iowa Statu Jystaj» Wk Publishing Company. Cotnmipnieatiojus ainst be written on one liBide of the paper only und be of interest to Lthe public. -'Brevity is the soul ol wit," remeni.^er. GO TO TIIE FA KM. report of the statistician of the kuerican Association is by (J corgi* ar, of Oskaloosa. It was an ex llent report arid contained some very luable suggestions. Mr. Taylor ikes ^nyching he undertakes both in [roisting and instructive. We wish to ^special attention to his suggestion 1 agriculture. It is a fact patent to all that there 1 toomanypeoplemassed in ourcities [hout remunerative em...

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. — 13 July 1894

DBS MOINES, JOWA. Tub Poury auxiliary party beinj wqII undor way why wouldn't it ba advisable to at onco orgunizo an auxiliary party for tho l'oury. aux iliary party? Edison says that 11 sh do not sleep, and arguoB thoroforo that man nood not But coimnou sonso people aro not suckers enough to swallow that sort of logic. The Tichborne claimant has again bobbed up in tho English courts. Ac cording to all tho signs Charlie Koss is about due to be found again ou this side of tho water. '•Drowxkd In kwhich Whilo Swimming" is a frequent headline in tho newspapers theso days. But nobody is over drowned while swimming. It is when they fail to swim that people drown. Mif. Killing has once more taken occasion to refer to New England as the great pie bait. Why doesn't Rudyard invent somo now sarcasm? Theso repetitions of his are getting wcariso me. one way or another nearly all tho great people of tho old world havo hitoly been heard from. But where is our illustrious friend of a year ago, tho...

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. — 13 July 1894

a US ADE HIM WHOLE. PHYSICIANS RUZZLBD OVER A MIRACULOUS RECOVERY. C3UTII SIDE CITIZBN GETS WELL. llflTTKR BEING GIVKN CP TO DIK OF BLOOD POISONING. ^temarksbleBtorr Fully Investigated by "tin Dupatch" and Found to lit Abcolutaly True In Eurx Particular— Mr. lioelirlg Tried the Moat Famous Medical Men of Europe and America and After All Hope Had Fled Came Homo uLd W| Cured b/ the Cook liemedy Company. ICOT. Chicago Daily Dispatch. 1 Id these days of fraud and deception it is a pleasure to find in any business concern an absolute regard for truth. Probably in no lino of business has deception been practiced as in medi cine. For this reason any concern which lives strictly up to its promises deseives the thanks of everybody. Such a concern is the Cook Remedy company, which is located in suite 307 Masoni-c temple in this city. The standing and reliability of this company has heretofore been favorably commented upon by the Dispatch, and just now it comes to the front with a cure so rema...

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. — 13 July 1894

Sper NEWS. Tier that Tin. Iowa Static Rv 5kis is tho only colored nkwn in Polk cour»tv. tf Extra copies of Tim low Syatk I5ysta.mki. can bo obtained from our agents at 5 cents per copy. Any woman or man in the city seek ing employment can advertise in Tiik Iowa Statk Kvstaxdkk free of charge. tf Don't forget the picnic and excursion to Waterloo. Great preparation is being made and a uuiulusr are expected to attend. The annual conference instead of meeting August -1', as previously an nounced, will meet September '-'T in Chicago. The National Afro-American Press Association meets at Richmond. Virgin ia. September lltli, 1:1th and 13th. 18'j4. The association is doing great good. Mrs. 10wing, grand mother of Mrs. Jno. Wilkorson, met with a very nar row escape of losing her life Monday night, having been run over by a team of horses. She is now convalescent. Rev. Laws preached a very able ser mon Sunday evening. Lis subject was 'The Strikes and the Position of the Negro Relative to Str...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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