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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 August 1899

A. 8fcS [ft/ I W'M ft it VOL. 6. I PUBLISHED FCVERV FBIDAT BY THE BT STANDBR PUBLISHING COMPANY, FISTH AJfO I.OCDST STBKPTS, BOOMS 210 AND 311 MAP.QUARDX BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE SO. 809. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE AFRO*AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOS'F WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year •*1,59 Six months £jj ^'^{fsubscfiption payable in advance. J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. I* H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. ~T ~Tm •add money by pot to Sea «to, Mdw, azprtu ordraft, to Tn IowaMMf tfan 4TITAHDK Pabliihlng Company Communicatloni mmt bo writtan on •Ma of tha papar only and ba of lntareat to MM publlo. "Brsvity la tha aool of wit," aamamber. Wa will mot raturn rajectad manuaortpt tateas accompanied by postage *I*DDTM. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs. Louis Austin is improving. Miss Maud Cleggett is able to be out again. Miss Selma Stanton little this week. is improving a A small number went on the excur sion to P...

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. — 4 August 1899

IiPl •f»* I®:' 1 s~ K?-- !k P? X' -cv:",'- iff. mwjt |owa State Bystander* J»y llYSTAXUKK nu. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. DAMAGE ON FLORIDA COAST. Rumors or Creat I.osg of Property and KBSy Some I.OHg of 1,1 fo. PKSSACOI-A, Fla., Auprust4.—Reports from Carrabelle indicate tlmt Tues day's storm was more disastrous than at first supposed. The costly doclts of the Gulf Naval Stores Company were destroyed, its large warehouse and $100,000 worth of rosin was swept away, its steamer, Capitola, blown ashore and two-thirds of 'the town "destroyed. TAIXAJIASSEE, Fla., August 4.—A re port received from a party who made his way to town on the railroad, says the steamer Crescent City, in the ser vice of the Tallahassee, Carrabelle «fe Gulf road, was lost in Tuesday's storm. Mclntyre, a small town 13 miles this side of Carrabelle, was com pletely wiped out. ALGER DEFENDS HIMSELF. Retiring Secretary iKsnes a Valedictory Address. WASHINGTON, August 1.—One of the last official acts Tof Secretary Alger, w...

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. — 4 August 1899

/W v.". •3& -J $$esYour tU Aehe Are your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain in your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Boils or pimples? These are sure signs of poisoning. From what poisons, From poisons that are al ways found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood, al-* ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. There is a common sense cure. Eft liJil-J They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bov.eii. You will fine! tbnt he use of Si wrtiOOT»v9j»% with t"ie pills will hasten rocovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. Wefla the Doctor. Our Medical Departmentlmsone of the most eminent lilijslcinns in tho Uuitoil States. Toll lue doctor Just how you are suffering. You will recolve the best medical advice without cost. Address. J11S. J. C. AYER. Low...

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. — 4 August 1899

«Tf „jp" '5&SSS' prY' W' •b-1 lllp:-:: J" Aii' Sf ft lv 5 •$ •1'^i?&3wv /y. ,• -r»••• 1IY ItYSTANDKR I'BB. CO. MOIXES, IOWA. AUGUST FRIDAY 4. PACE ECHOES. THE NEGRO'S PROGRESS. O^* H. Councel, in July Forom. I Have said that the solution ot the problem does not rest with the Negro. He has fultilled every co adit ion ot civil ization. He is fervent, long suffering forgiving Christian. He is everybody's friend. Every man is welcome to ljis humble cabin and to the best he has in it. He is a non* stricker, a jolly, docile laborer, a loyal, industrious citizen, and a brave soldier. He has added much to the material, moral and intellectual South since the war, -.asthe following epitome of facts shows: He has reduced his illiteracy 45 per cent in thirty-five years. Neg ro children in the common schools numbers 1,500,000 Negro stud enst in higher institutions 40,000 Negro teachers, 30,000 Negro stu dents learning trades, 20,000 Ne gro students pursuing scientific course, 1,200 Negro...

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. — 11 August 1899

mi nw- 1 5 Va A vfJ Mv4i xF 4? &w,:uMr«.' D. Bomer, and her little daught e^ Ethel, left this week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mason in JT Mt. Pleasant. A 'A very pleasant surprise party was V, given on Mr. and Mrs. George Morton last week by the young people. Quite v, a number were present. Emancipation celebrations will be held in Lucerne, Vo., August 16th, also the people of Bethany, Mo., August 17. 3^'" A good tinae. is anticipated at both places. j?Y The colored people'of Cedar Rapids Vj will hold an emaacipatioc celebration September the 22. A large erowd is expected to be present. Wti B. J. Shepsrd of Oskaloosa rlsited in our city a few days this week —the guest of his brother, J. H. Shepard, vS' and bis sister Mrs. Richardson of Clive^ It is reported that some .of the Ot I&:1 tumwa people will attend the State Fair, Mrs. Spotts also the Misaas Nellie and Edna Fowler and perhaps others. J^ ^fblin t. Thompson will leave Monday iil^I'lor Missouri where he...

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. — 11 August 1899

queer tkat ty one. cCi »i u'iji "rjr" y)1,^"1 "fi Hi ... "W & Was 'iwibBliiS V&M«ii WW* a man hudjftyams «tp»k^ desirable than oae tkatlii Michigan fuj**a»:, completed the work of annulling iih* work completed by Ik* legiala lNof tkat state. •v' -'v nfnlp special tax on bachelors has been by tb« Despite %Xit£?S£i$S®i£ To prevent tjp^U fertr boil the toprsveit dytppjtfa »drink Ike boiling water. It seems to merely a matter of tlwiw. li well jQf lMtk IS Don!t lion that 1 Afi"4 Itnifc 1 fkpecta- latker will set youup in business. The, father-in-law of today not onlr waata alike baa. bat Ilea •wake nigkta scheming how to acquire \r notelty is reportrtfrom!"Call It ta kkjf lemon and half orange, witk 'ikei'. shape ofths lemon and thecolbrbf the. orange, tke Juice ftavln* tka Sayorof both. It Is, of course, artificially produced. Hereto fore tkfr phantom lemon, wklck figures .in picnic §ssetf.lMmkad the chlefdls tinction ai aleinon curiosity. The trait worid, It Will- be seen, sho...

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. — 11 August 1899

Pti* i* g'A'' Ct 0 Vi stasis OW i&f'- jggsx tmkTf:' ft8§ Swn&SrS. "r* V" rf sSffiSAVK MissiBusan Wymtr. flntL-rellefln Pe?ru-Jia. ^hls hat been gijf experience. A friend In need la a friend inde«d, «nd every bottle of Pe «u-na 1 ever boughtp"vel food friend to •me/'—SuMii Wymar. Mrs. Margaretha Dauben, 1214 North Superior St., Racine City, Wis., writes:: *I i»l iWl. wd ftood and happy mow thatpen cannot describe It Pe-ru-na iseverythingto me. 1 have taken several, bottles of Pe-ru-na for female complaint. I am in the chance ot life and it dfies m« jpod." ?e-ni-na hat no equal In all of the Irregularities and emergencies peculiar to women caused.by pelvic catarrh. Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, 0., for a. free book for women only: Remember that cholera morbus, cholera, infantum, summer com 9 bilious colic, diarrhoea and 6 W are each and all'catarrh ot owels. Catarrh Is the only con»v »amq for these affections. Pe-ru-ha is an absolute specific for these ailments, which are sp ...

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. — 11 August 1899

EvCggtf 4'• IpreTailing dissatisfaction From a source that is to fall credence the fol report of what was said the occasion of Bishop visit to the White House received.' Referring to ms of his Administration in newspaper* the Presi arked: *«J srfHRrf ,ere seems to be consider o^lissatisfsction with my Ad oration on the part ojf,many fled people^fe^fjf• exactly ifMiiKtiiinri v4.i-lt.% Kr.-tfe «4 HOES. ,w*" '.". JT vl#/ Jlfo- mtr, July.—Laat week :^j|rtnf^oif:t6e Af» Episcopal Chorch, lent McKinley in ifirt in Liberia, and oti« for extending of (his Government repubiio. TheViewe llfcfthe •President bj not on that question ad by the "Ledger's" EAfterV'tlie Liberun lliipoaed of there was op between the Preei Bishop in regard to li of leading eolored men fjjie Administration, in of which Bishop Grant ^hformed the President silence in relation to the lynching of colored man th was the primary ease* dissatistactioD, l^esideat, IxttpoHticpl un- i" leplied the Bishop. 'I cannot nnderatand yo...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 August 1899

U!w«^ y'^W® fs?hK i#, p" fepV I 1 FIFTH W 810 AND 3 IQWA 'PBOSTB crs&i. 'tfs-f 3 2" vr** 'm HvTn T1, •r)/ PUBLISHED EVKKT FRIDAY BY THE BY STAKMB PUBLISHING COMPAHT, ASD LOCUST 8TBEKT8, BOOMS BQUARDT BLOCK. '^'.J'" HO. 899. OrnflUL PAPKB OF THE AFBO-AMEBICAN PBtoTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE MOST WOBSHIP- FUL UNITED 0RAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. dfc A. M. TCKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.... Six months. Three jngaths. B'JftUlllIp* .«» All lutMeriptlon payable in advance. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. ftHEPARP. MA WAGER. e*d mh| ty yMUflw witr, mtm HP* s» a T— lean li IntAisnFibdikltf Company Owwniilwtlwiaiiit b« written eas Met the yeper calf and be of Interest «s fee pabUe. "Bnvlty the ml ef wtt," iiumbtr. MT« will not return rejected manasartpt nlm aooompanled by postage stamps. lOSl'S-LEiillG COLOBED PATER. CITYJEWS The State Fair opens one t0*dBy* :!A- Mr. Chas. Windsor has moved on 8th near Laural. .Mrs, A. Brown of 824 Small street is very siclc at this writing....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 18 August 1899

iri K| 6$ ^4 IOWA. P^Wft AM KIIXEfr. 4- ,V OwiW Baa Malea iaa«ay :if»fca«aain*«a -. ... 1 Awguat 14.—The insurgents illi«|peiih( 4a vh* Mlyh Oil fiitlrik uuauocsssfully attacked tfce Bio Grande, ntir.Ctl ,Ja garrisoned by two f(- ib« Twwtjr-MtORd In ^merlcans hadoae man, killed and two, privates V* *V%l\W "*t 4*,*n Sunday morning similar plu» |t Griugue, four Maloloa. whe|a uothir ia stationed aa a aafe inst a poesible attack upon August 15.—A reconnais- l^ttttrday by troops of'General M. Young'a brigade, with of discovery of the where* if the enemy nesir San Mateo, ivofSan nan reservoir, itwnt ijfrom Manila, resulted in the of'San Ifatea Tha ,A*ser was th ree.lt illed aqd thirteen I including a lieutenantof the r-first infantry. The Atnerl ill occupy the place. Oar men chausted by the heavy march m^pjWenty-three\bf• the etiemy' are ra to have been killed^ IA TAKES ADVANQfeP STEP tiMtaM ia*ll)M'VH Shall B* a Sif Fiw Part. f'-PBTKBSBURO, Augnst 10.—Em- Nicholas haa issued the follow ...

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. — 18 August 1899

^•y% ii ii. 5p s* fl^A ft. tfj Ii r^wBT $3M Wm&zUh**^* ggg»*r» esyourheidacliePPainbackof youreyes? Badtsktein yourihouth? It's your liver I Ayers Pill* are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, snd all Ii* complaints. 25c. All druggists. .Want your ino«»Uch« or bwi b—ttttit4 tarowa W ITOH btockT Then DM BUCKINGHAM'S DYE (9HiSSSn A shirt waist as worn by some wo men looks for all the world like tin famous blouse of Li Hung1 Chang.. The Fad for Chain*. Chains are worn in a dozen different ways, to carry fans or purses or watch es. -They are attached to lorgnettes, to pet dogs, to dress skirts, and to shopping bags. They are wound around the wrists for bracelets or aroundthe neck for necklaces- When wheeling they lead up to a Japanese match safe, and when golfing they end at the score card. They are of beada strung together, or unent jewels, or of tiny metal. links. The small Em pire fan is still very generally used, and there is a prophecy from Paris that befo...

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. — 18 August 1899

acMd havingoe iiinese. bwl{ ^©rt Arthur,M $rh«reby mn..j Until way to t« jLw ,:'5&letiit'rvm the *aiF «h- id* i- :CHOES. •, 0*1,, twelve col*. HiQchesvalaed i&erides owning the itTeantrols comfortable v' 'M- &&+ I. sJW ,K ,, i&ico colored worn ou»e6, a ranch near ,000 in gorer- rtren colored citizens htte accumulated a for $1,000,000 in amounts $20,000 to $500,000. cKiniej hai com. appointment of office 1% provisional army of ten AU of the colonel*, ain» and lieutenants men. His apologists is is not drawing the liongh. .Well, what is ^Richmond Planet SP1a* 1& 1*4 S& ~r sh, a prominent negro, major, Mason, Tenn. ejected over a white cand nil is the first one of his Usuch a poBition in that &». 4 are now 8,300 colored in the United States army si rbanks to tt. Chas. P. Lee, of Rochester, SS?i™e«J»centIy engaged to drill and nnited to CJ a chorus of white singers for of eesy'cS^torio concert at Palmyra, the opera This talented yonog woman Nashville,. Ten...

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. — 25 August 1899

WJ ?i 'tis fel orf I PUBLISHED EVERY FBIPAY BY THE BY STANDBR PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST STREETS, ROOMS 210 AND 311 MARQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE MO. 899, OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE AFKO-AMEF.ICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTION. One year Biz months 78 Three months oo All subscription payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. lead money by postoffloe (rlw, aonf •Mar, exprea* or draft, to Tn lewa Stan lliunm Publishing Company Oeauaualoattbna mnr£ be written an «w Mi of tba paper only and be of Interest to Ike pabllo. "Brevity la the aoul of nit," remember. Wo will not return rejected manueorlpt •utleM accompanied by postage atampa. IOWA'S LEIDIIG COLORED PAPEK. CITY Rev. wick of Sioux City is in the •city for f^^ew days. Mrs. A. J. Vaughn of Oak street is quite sick this week. Henry Tolliver A Leon has arrived in our city to'attend the fair. Mrs. C...

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. — 25 August 1899

*"8*3 fowa State Bystander* j^|IB8 BVSTAKDKB PUB. CO. MOINEgl, i,: IOWA. If" LIGHTING #S OVER THE MONEY. MttWi ««m AU»ck*«i «t tenlltto d* Cub*. SJLSTUOO, Cuba, August 84.— Five *nen are dead and ten wounded as the wwlt of a figlit between gendarmes »nd disappointed Cuban soldiers at Cuevitas, three miles .from Santiago, "where the payment of the Cuban troops is progressing. Fire thousand Cubans had gathered there to receive p»yn»nt and after. three days only %v 580 had been paid. Thousands who had been disappointed at other points ,, had eome to Cue vitas. A rumor clr culated that the paymasters were about to leave alarmed the men who had not been paid. They began to collect in groups and finally their threats became serious. Captain fialiat with twenty gendarmies were present to preserve order among the applicants and the United States States troops protected Colonel Moule, the officer having charge of the pay ments. Suddenly Captain Baliat, who was mounted, was surrounded by a mo...

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. — 25 August 1899

New Mirror Tljcater. "i TOK&ftv- 'k Pilf(S Is your breath bad? Then your best friends turn their heads aside. A bad breath means a bad liver. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure con. Hpation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick neadache. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE tt&r. tefswS, An electric automobile in France re cently ran 124 miles without recharg ing. Fashionable society in Paris has dis carded envelopes, and now folds its letters in the old way, sealing tliem with wax or wafers. A baby carriage with a fan attached is the latest novelty. The wheeling of the carriage operates the fan just above the child's fuce. The Queen of Madagascar has her best dresses made in Paris, and some of them cost several hundred dollars each j'et she always goes barefooted. The child of Euocli Roland, of Ches tertown, Md., WHS taken ill at night, the father was leaving his home in quest of a doctor. Two policemen mist...

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. — 25 August 1899

11 •T^ *L & pg-pfts itate Bystander. imnMOEK PUB. CO- 'MOtNKR IOWA. 'FRIDAY. SB. -x. ECHOES. 8an Francisco, a colored wo Mi Ofrw eight houses, a ranch it Sah Mateo and $100,000 in ^Vnment bonds, ^:i 33^. twenty-seven colored citizens Missouri have accumulated a "/fortune of $1,000,000 in ranging Jfrotn $20,000 to $500,000. In Marysville, Cal., twelve col* or^d citizens own ranchs valued at 180,000, besides owning the sig natures that controls comfortable bank accounts^ .••• 4* V. I" The grand jury ot the recent .eirimnal court in Locklenburg nty, recently recommended that ftparate Bibles be provieed for the if© races for witnesses to kiss in ting oath. This is in North Car lina. «T. W. Ley, a wealthy native of Jape Coast, W. A., and presi dent of the Aborigines Rights Pro tection 8ociety, proposes to erect a town hall and recreation rooms for his town-people at Gape Coast OaBtle. The building is esti* mated to cost from $20,000 to $25, 000,, The Douglass auromatic straw find gra...

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. — 1 September 1899

r\ «U v% "S "1: V? VOL. 6. LISHED W% if 51 KVEBY FRIDAY BY THE BY- STANDHB PUBLISHING COMPANT, IfTH AND lOCCST STBKETS, BOOM8 210 AND 211 MAHQUABDT BLOCK. rA 'PHONK NO- 899' fyKHAT. PAPEB OF THE AFRO-AMERICAS PB#TECTIVT5 ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Official **"»*b of the most WORSHIP­ FUL UNITED OBANU LODGE OF TOWA, r. A A. M. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ne year iiz months phfM months. .•1.50 ... 76 ....(0 All autMorlptloa payable in advance. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. 'j. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. (fend money by iNer, txpnaa or draft, Tn Iowa hi* I •tstamdib PiMlibiii Compaaj Oaamamioattoa* mnat be written «i «w Ml of the papw enlj and b* of inUrwtte public. "Bnrltj to tki tool wl^" mimbu. will not return nJmM manuscript saleac aooompantad by postage siempc. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs. Wm. Robinson of Boone is visit ing the State Fair. Go early and get a good seat and see the battls scene. B. J. Shepard of Oskaloosa moved to the city this week. If you hare not seen the battle of San Juan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 September 1899

*4 r'' 25. fe. I 4. at S|4fV MTIIYSTAMDKR WFT CO. JKW^v- •i-t.m v-. •*-k OINER, JJgWl^J when a man Is wrapped up In & li* Although pearls cannot yet be made In the laboratory, they can be slowly built up by natural process at the bot tom of an aquarium. Signor Comba, who has been experimenting for sev eral years In the artificial production •p of this much-prized stone, Is laying down a large quantity of pearl oysters on the shores of the Mediterranean with a view to extended operations The objection has been raised that the 'mother-of-pearl shell will not "live' In a temperature of less than 68 to 7 degrees Fahrenheit, and that the nor mal temperature of the Mediterranean la too low to give any hope of the sue cess of the enterprise. The same ex perlment has been carried on Queensland and western Australia •with great success, are at a prohibitive-distance from the chief markets for mother-of-pearl, which are London, Hamburg and Trieste, the expense of conveying the mlris thith...

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. — 1 September 1899

m- A v.'. (\fc»ulU A• 7 3-'v'- i* !. OWL-EYED MONKBY. Wo Qot with Cat On# tha Frank* Maw PoMtMlsM. 11 A Queer creature lately discovered to yfo® the great-grandfather of mankind 7',*111 become a United States subject with the ratification of the peact t-treaty. Uncle Sam is to exhibit ex "V"-'-'. Xpanslon ot his lower animal kingdom In the National Zoological Park here. Dr. Frank Zaker, superintendent of the park, has just departed upon a tout of collection. The government natur alists are now giving their attention to the strange fauna of the islands soon to become or already classed as our new possessions. Little scientific attention has been given to these species hitherto. They are practically unknown save to several travelers whose reports have been lately ob tained. The gpvernment'B savants are delighted at the prospect of poking straws into the cage of a real live "tarsier." It may be you have no idea who Senor Tarsier Is. Professor Hu brecht of the University of Utrecht has ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 September 1899

1 'flhorch. SSfcfc Bystander- MMfrAJtHUl PCD. CO. **r IOWA. SEPTEMBER FRIDAY l. C£ ECHOES. number ot colored girls will oQnba trained nurses from hospital in Chicago* colored of Philadelphia are *10,000 in order to place ^•J^Uraionnt park a monument to Allen, the founder of the lean ..... Aletbodiat Episcopal stated, that drawback to the greatest thenegrc* is his 1 of «ftro's application '•S-V United States, which rights sever I:" &] of the Southern States have |4 sought to take from them by adopting laws making it practically IK impossible for th^negroes to vote. Senator Tillman indicates that this is the source of the tronble by the fear he shows that the North will instigate Congress to retaliate on theae States by enforcing the Fourteenth Amendment, and cut ting down their representation in In the lower House in proportion to their disfranchisement of the •Negro voters. But if he thinks that killing the Tolberts" would induce the North to oondone the disfranchisement of the ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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