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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 February 1900

gotl What a lot of trash is sold as cough cures. Tic hollow drum makes the loudest noise—the biggest advertise ment often covers worthlessness. Sixty years of cures and such testi mony as the follow ing have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. "I bad a most stubborn cough (or many years. It deprived ma of sleep wad made me lose flesh fspidly. I was treated .by many eminent physicians, but could get no permanent relief. I then tried Ayert Cherry Pectoral, and I bo gin to get better at once. I now sleep veil, my old flesh is back, and I enjoy myself in every way •t the age of seventy-four."—R. N. MANN, Fall Mills, Tenn., Feb. 7, »«99. It's tie do-is-you-would-be dooe-by cough eacdiciae. Try 25-ceat bottle. earasCeldt, Csught. Sera Threat. Crsm,ln (Man, Whooping Cough, Bronchltisand Asthma, fteertais core for Consumption in flit staiea, Mill ma wit mp1 sure relief in advanced (tat s. Use at ones. wiH toe ttia excellent oflect after taking the dooe. Sold by dealers «vtir)wber...

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. — 9 February 1900

., T*! PN iv thi N ti-: men 01 ION. nam N OF N. ag te 1M at oi the I in eritra art tbc rear tiders *J ance rJgh tor is Jeted HA N. ther ee ilXr' *n« IB m*i,\ or of Iowa State Bystander. :'•. -V 'V w~ BTSTANDER PUB. CO. DCS MOINES, IOWA. FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. RACE ECHOES The South hfci spent 910,000,000 in public education tor Negroes.— Ex. see Alfred White, a caterer and con fectioner, of'St. Louis Mo has made $75,009 at bis business. 9 Attorney W. G. Anderson ac companied Booker T. Washington on his Western trip and acted a his secretary. Preston Howard has discovered a rich bed of iron on his farm in Barrer connty, Kentucky, and wil no doubt strike it rich and grow wealthy. Alderman Smith Robertson, colored, of Jackson, Miss., died a day or two ago, and the white mayor and aldermen acted as pall bearrers* It is a tribute never be fore paid to a Negro there. It is rumored that the Pullman Company will after July 1, dis charge all employes who weigh oyer 180 pouuds. The officials clai...

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. — 16 February 1900

As? ratfs!i im Vffs» -J,. VO, KfH f* 'i \*fc 11 STATE BYSTANDER. fggUIBKD BVSBT FBIDAT BT TBB BT STAXDEB rUBLIBHXSa COltPAKT, nrrn ASD LOCU*T STBKKTS, BOOM* 210 AND 211 MABQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONK monay by postoffle* arte, irdar, iiprm or draft, TBB tew* IIMI iTmnn Pubilahtng Company Communication* mnst be written aa aw «Ma at tba paper only and be a! iaterast la ftapabllo. "Brarity ta Ui ml at wtt," remember. WTa will aot ratnra rejected maauaarlpi ••la— aooompanlad by paatage acampa. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mr. J. E. Shepardson has arrived in onr city again. Republican primaries next Konday the poll will be open from 7 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. Every £o!ore^ voter should attend the primaries next Monday and vote for Blagburn. The A. M. E. Church Choir will sirg Sunday morning at tha University Chnrch. 4 Get your winter coal At 1007 Center street. Iowa 'phone 255. Mr. J. H. Bowles of Chicago, former ly of Tennease, a recent gjaduate from he Kent Law School in Chicago, wa...

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. — 16 February 1900

M$V?' JfcM i» Iowa State Bystander, SW BV nyiTANnni riui. co. t)RS M^'yvrs, I I OK IOWA. CONGRESS. 6SNATB. Washington, Feb. 9.—The senate transacted anly routino business and adjourned to enablt members to attend the obsequies of Genera X«wton. Allison presented credentials of Gear, Jones, of Arkansas, Introduced a free silvei •oinoge substitute for the pending curreuoj bill. HOUSE. Sulzer, of New York, introduced a resolution declaring tlie Nicaragua canal bill should toe immediately passed, regardless of the Hay Pnuncefote treaty, and that the latter should be rejected in conflict with the Monroe doctrine and revive the lapsed Clay ton-Bulwer treaty. At a night session ihirty-flve pension bills were passed. SENATE. Washington, Feb. 10.—A resolution express* ing sympathy with the Boers in their struntfle against Great Britain and urKhif? mediation on the part of the United Stutes between the belligerents was adopted by the sen »te today in a lit of temporary aberration of at tentio...

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. — 16 February 1900

-b® (t .w&jJW-bi Iowa State Bystander. It?- i'A BV 11T«TANl)n! ITII. CO* DKS M^' NKs IOWA. CONGRESS. SKNATS. Washington, Feb. 8.—The senate transacted only routinebusiness and adjourned to enabli members to attend the obsequies of Genera lAwton. Allison presented credentials of Gear. Jones, or Arkansas, introduced a free sllvei •olnage substitute for the pending currenoj Dill. HODS®. S ulrer. of New York, introduced a resolution declaring the Nicaragua canal bill should be Immediately passed, regardless of the Hay Pauncefote treaty, and that the latter should be rejected as in conflict with the Monroe doctrine and revive the laps' Clayton-Bulwer treaty. At a night session thirty-five pension bills were passed. SENATE. Washington, 1'eh. 10.—A resolution express ing sympathy with the Boers in their struggle against Great Britain and urging mediation on the p.irt of the United States between the belligerents was adopted by the sen ate today In a lit of temporary aberration of at te...

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. — 16 February 1900

& I y'i S:i tt' mm mtm Wk. "r~ |h "Vi Major... CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) "Dropped it! You do not mean to ly that the letter is lost?" exclaimed Falkland, starting forward with a look of terrible anxiety on his face. "Really, Miss Luttrell, how very But, dis covering Miss Luttrell's gaze concen trated upon him in absolute amaze ment, he seemed suddenly to bethink himself, for, leaning back against the CUP ons, he fplded his arms with an air jf calm complacence and laughed Indolently. "It is so annoying, I al ways think, to lose one's correspond ence one never cares to have one's private affairs published from the jkhousetops. But, great heavens, why ®*re we stopping here?" Falkland sprang up from his seat and let down the window with a bang as the train began to slacken speed. "Why, what do you mean? We stop at Redhill, of course this Is where Parker will be waiting with the lug gage and Evelyn commenced rubbing vigorously at the window nearest her, at the same time peering out ...

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. — 16 February 1900

*:'A*'i _lJ' ,S vA \',"v •'"." :••«.. v-:Vv':.fO Mysterious Major... CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) Dropped it! You do not mean to that the letter is lost?" exclaimed Falkland, starting forward with a look of terrible anxiety on his face. "Really, Miss Luttrell, how very But, dis covering Miss Luttrell's gaze concen trated upon him in absolute amaze ment, he seemed suddenly to bethink himself, for, leaning back against the cu? ons, he fplded his arms with an air jf calm complacence and laughed Indolently. "It is so annoying, I al ways think, to lose one's correspond ence one never cares to have one's private affairs published from the ousetops. But, great heavens, why are we stopping here?" Falkland •prang up from his seat and let down the window with a bang as the train began to slacken speed. "Why, what do you mean? We stop at Redhill, of course this is where Parker will be waiting with the lug gage and Evelyn commenced rubbing vigorously at the window nearest her, at the same time pe...

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. — 16 February 1900

'fe u#. 'ffew v'L Announcement Cards P^W--•"•': ?—.'• ***u latefor tlwaflMot eity auditor, sub I®*' to the deciaioa of the republican tity MaTMtiot. s. Pl« Bpobl Uak ter. iniMDM my name as a Candi da •ate for re-nomination for my se«ond torn for city market matter, subject to republican Convention. J. Frank Blagburu. I am a candidate for city treasurer, •abject to the decision of the oomiag republican primaries and convention, W. W. Welday. I hereby annotiaee myself as a candi date for the office of elty solicitor, sub ject to the decision of the republican cltjr convention. A. P. Chamberlain Pleat* announce thai I am a candi date for the office of eity treasure, sub ject to the republican primaries. Harry F. Uro«. Please announce my name as a candi date for eity auditor, subject to the re publican primaries the 20th of Febru ary. John B. Lucas. am a candidate for park commissioner, Subject to the republican primaries. M. T. Russell. Please announce my name as a candi date for Mayor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 February 1900

"ft fePv-i 6 iMk'Jl mrnmrn, iiMf »vAA A. A A -*1h gVBVj^^ MHP«U8 OWE DOLLAR WMiML m!iMi»4Uh «iik SI.M, «Utrmi yeaUte SltW WWWl rABLM eu JMUV, kf IM(U C.0.H, teMaalu llHi fM(utnalwtt«trMr KtralIVtltkl text, aad If 1 AM HEARS,ROEBUCK A CO. & umUh A QRAND OPERA HOUSE. U»tlie«1.00*»Ml(,w IU.M 1 CEM hMtftowl P11UBLK jmrute From the illustration •kon a, wfclehlt engraved direct from a photograph you can form HMitoot lt«beautiful appearance. Made nroaaeolM qaarter nvd aekar walaataadealred, perlhralcd key illy, Ml MMI M, taaaliM •irttlrr 4Mln naxfli ul auf ether luteal dMonlliai ad MUMll, •lUwtlt tin TERT IAT*8T STTtK. TUEPAKLOK OEM Is# feet high, if Inches long, 23 Inches wideand weighs 350 Bounds. Contains 6 octaves, 11 ato|3, a* follow*: DtapuM, Pnadpal, llMm IcMlif C«k«t«, Cravat, BauCaatier, Treble AAA A..„ gajayiffleg^.r1 n»- M-H "GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH,* THE BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON. THE WORLD FAMOUS BIIAA^ BHTTI JpRODBHDODR# GREATEST COLORED SHOW ON EARTH. BLACK PATTI —AND— 30 E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 February 1900

ploy •tvel bigh 'then U». the Ne for. a! Bqf iooaf in S| estati j| '$£ Jul ,»m« gandfat' Well thre .v.$l isar .jnlnd.j eif »xu fk- Henry W. Oorbett, United States senator from Oregon, went to Now York in 1844 and worked in a store for 9I.S0 a week The HfitMj of Duet at Sea. It ia a puzzling fact that the deck* of wiling vessels show dust at night, even washed in' the morning and no work done during the day. This is like Indigestion and dyspepsia, which ereaps on one unawares. The only way to cure them is by the use of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, which also prevents malaria, fever and ague. The sun shines every Saturday but •ne in the year. 44 A Thread Every Day Makes a Skein in a Year." One smsB dbejtse germ curried by th* Uood through the system nvM convert a hudthy human body to a condition of in• ea/Mem. Do not w*it ontU you *re bed' ridden. Keep your Uood port *nd Ufe-gtv tig *0 the time. Hood's Svs»p*rHU accomplishes this *s nothing else auu Jfocd&SaMaharilla N is a 52JL£...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 February 1900

S^:VB' 'I »m now seventy-two years ind my hair is as dark as twenty-£ve years ago. le say I look at least that much' Younger than I am. I would be entirely bald or snow white if it were not for your H*if Vigor." Mrs. Anna Lawrence, Chicago, 111., Dec. 22. 1898. Is Yours MSnow-white There is no getting around such a testimonial as this. You can't read it over without being convinced. These persons do not misrepresent, for their testi monials are all unsolicited. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores color to gray hair every time. And it is a wonderful food to the hair, making it grow rich and heavy, and keeping it soft and glossy all the time. It is also an elegant dressing. $l.0t bottle. All dninbta. Write the Doctor If yon do not obtain all the benefits you 4mIre from the use of the Vieor, write the Doctor about It. He will tell you just tho right thing to do, and will send you hla book on tno Hair and Scalp if yon request it. Address, bren Br. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. PATENT GUARANTEED with...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 February 1900

S¥ Mr »v AM'. 3 mSI** bwa State Bystander* •T BTSTAHOEB rnc c» Df!» MOIXE8, IOWA. V&IDAY, FEBRUARY 61. RAPE ECHOES. The Sooth hM spent $10,000,000 in public education lor Negroes.— Ex. in Alfred White, a caterer and con fectioner, of St. Louis Mo, has made $75,009 at his bnsiness. Attorney W. G. Anderson ac companied Booker T. Washington on his Western trip and acted a his secretary. Preston Howard has discovered a rich bed of iron on hi* farm in Barrer county, Kentucky, and will no doubt strike it rich aud grow wealthy. Alderman 6mith Robertson, colored, of Jackson, Miss., died a day or two ago, and the white major and aldermen acted as pail bearrers* It is a tribute never be fore paid to a Negro there. It is rumored that the Pullman Company will after July 1, dis charge all employes who weigh oyer ISO pounds. The officials claim that a large number have grown fat and lazy in the service- 9 Out of 7,994 cases tried in the courts of Kansas City during 1899, 2,272 were cases agai...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 February 1900

rvsLUBKD *k4f..v. O 1v ronel powl AJ 3. KS'i'ffl, rr-ye, •tfrJ***jff. .i N.V.A"'W^r -v.j»-4v.r)?r(ji^MjtV-vv. ..,,(yffrv Wft 1 VOL. 6. KVERY FBIDAT BY THK BT- •TANDHB PUBLISHING COMPANY, HUH AMD FCOCTWT SHIEETS, BOOMS »0 AMD AIL MABQUAKDT BLOCK. TO«A 'FHOHB 899. orffOtAl. PATKB or THE AFHO-AMKBIC4.il PBOTBOTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. UNCUL PAPEB OP TUB MOST WOHSHIP" PUT UNITED 6BAND LODGK OF IOWA, A P. JK A. M. TMM8 or SUBSCRIPTION. tl.SO :. 411 subscription payable to advance. J. L» THOMPSON, EDITOR. j. H. 8HEPARP. MANAGER. .j«lntl,toTUb*iliui Irninu Pmbilafciag CtsfHy OHUButallni aut be wrttua mm mm tfie ct the paper enly and bs cf tntsreCtte public. "Invlty is the seal mt w*,« Wm will Ml rwtora HJMM manuscript MIIM accoapaatcd by putm *»•«. 16*13 LK1DMG COLORED PIPES. CITY NEWS The severe cold weather, is still at the bst. Mr. Henry Johtuoo of Leen. lows, was a visitor In out oitj this week. Will you ask your friend to aubscrbe for the Bystander. Samuel Wilson made a diief trip to ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 February 1900

1«.' nabii a atii untl es if o. 50 geth' hite et, h| naatc jr-« or: aalJ ta" ates: pla on. re ou Renley Pays His Respects to Iowa BaUding tad Loan Associations. DB8 MMKKS, Feb. 21.—Attorney Gen eral Remley*s opinions regarding the existing evils in the laws governing the building &nd loan and insurance business of Iowa, and the needed rem edies therefor, were presented to the Iowa senate yesterday, in reply to a request frem that body made over a week ago. They are even more sweep ing than has been expected. Accord ing te Mr. Bemley there are many cor porations which may be classed under these heads now doing business of an Mlega* kind in the state and swindling the poorer classes of people every day. Mr. Henley does not point directly at any particular corporation, but the elements of his charges Are so sweep ing and of such a nature as to assure the bringing out of many prominent men in the state who are connected witli large associations of the kind, and wh» will undoubtedly ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 February 1900

i. httefffc, ol tw owa. Aj Addre^ F, fltf InSti ented] TO..-' pang Dd lome 160 ac if tn«s_ right! ined| ts%, Republicans Opposed May Unite Mth Democrats Against It THE PRESIDENT IS WORRIED. Bern iMdrn At* Canfldent the "la* f|inr|Wta" Cm Be Whipped Into Una H» Kwim Regarded aa a Bartons Political Mistake. Washington, Feb. 22.—The Porto XUoan tariff bill is in danger. This is admitted by its friends. It is a source of much concern to the president and the republican leaders In the house. sReports have come from the west and orthwest of strong opposition to the till apiong" republicans. These reports ve'iconflrmed the president in his inl/Jn that the house leaders made ke-in not following the recom ndatlons in his mesBage. he opponents of the bill on the re publican side of the house still insist that the bill is not a party measure and they are not bound to give it their support Argument has so far failed .to convince them of their error, and a epublican caucus of the house mem [ers ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 February 1900

ffl®! ?»l il VI xl bi la •t f* w. bt la ro of pr «o *n Inc «xl ptt UQt mi pei poi ed la* hm tlot any can and thu mei pay own fop oat: pari D., on for date larg Two stati in .a ious iDati yest* XH« HU Ma coi price TB •moo, ?V^v ,tif^^-:i *i, -W?« a State Bystander. Iff, BY BT8T4KDKK DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY. ITSBRUARY 23. |l RACE ECHOES. Bishop Gaines, of the A. M. E. church has published a book on 4'The Gospel Ministry." Prof. Ooanoill has given in cash I for the support of Normal Indus I trial Institution siucc its tounda tion $10,000 from his own earning. Dr. Unthank, a prominent col ored physician of Kansas City, Mo., has been appointed assistant city physician at that place. Magnus L. Robinson conducts the only Negro Masonio Weekly published in the world. It te the Leader published at Alexander, Va. and Washington D. C. Don't talk about Negroes are the only people that cannot govern themselves, while the Caueassans are assassinating each other in Kentucky over their government. ...

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. — 23 February 1900

-v 1 ffl n£AJU 0 9 I Xiiiproved ffoxall Incubator. Address for the West: 928 Main St, Dubuque, Iowa. The Fox Cutlery Is perfectly reliable.' Editor." *r \j «9 WtoVwvw wWu fUJR &> We carry a stock of goods valued at f1.500,000.00 mr'-™ Z,ook Wu Wsslaff. A drill sergeant was unpopnlar among hi" men. They found him tc particular. One day he had on hand a party of recruits whom he wan (ratting through the funeral exercise, Opening the ranks so as to admit the passage of the supposed funeral cor tege among them, the instructor, by way of practical explanation, walked Mowly down the lane formed by the Iwo ranks, saying, as he did so: "Now, I'm tha corpse. Pay attention!" Hay ing reached the end of the line he turned, regarded the men with a scru tinizing eye for a minute, and then remarked: "Your 'ands is right, and four 'eads is right, but you 'aven't got that look of regret you ought to •ve."—Youth's 'Companion. Tb* Stuart Kl of Scotland. To be kin,, of Scotland for many a Jay im...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 February 1900

v» I, a* •. y* ani«i Ijf Colo.,jr ^n iA Wfn Breathe "I fcad a terrible cold and cnU tarty brcatke. 1 then «*4 Ajeti Cherry Pectoral «*4 it give Be imaediite relief. 1 Aa't Relieve there is a cough Raedj in the world anywhere •ear as good."—W. C. Layton, Hi* May 29,1899. Cures Night Colds How will your cough be toaight Worse, probably. For it*s frst a cold, then a cough, tka bronchitis or pneumonia, aad at last consumption. Coughs always tend downward, it's int the throat and then the bass. They don't naturally tend to get well. You haVe to help Nature a little. You can stop this downward tendency any time by taking Avers Cherry Pectoral Then take it tonight You will cough less and sleep better, and by tomorrow at this time you will be greatly improved. Yoa can get a small bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, now, for 25 cents. For feaMOoaghs, bronchitis, asthma, aud tho neap. t£o 60 cent size is better. For ehraiuc case*, as oonaamption, and to fceep OB band, the 8 LOO size is most eco...

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. — 23 February 1900

IS SSf? Some evenings ago (says the New o& Tribnne) a man was seated in the eorridor of one of the large hotels smoking a fragrant cig^r. On the lounge ndxt to him were seated a \yoman and her daughter, the latter next to the smoker. The draft blew the uuoke across the younger woman's vface, to which the Bmoker remained oblivious or indifferent. Finally, after several quite audible remarks to her mother apropos of the rudeness of men in general, which passed rapidly into a somewhat hectic comment on this .smoker in particular, turning savagely to the tormentor, she Baid: "If you were my husband, do you know I'd poigon you?" "And do you know, madam," replied the man, calmly re moving his cigar, "were you my wife, I'd take that poison?" On the opening day of the session of th£ Fifty-sixth congress (says the Cri terion), a tall, gaunt man, shambling of gait, with "high water" trousers, a slouched hat mashed in any old way, and an overcoat that needed brushing, presented himself at ...

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. — 23 February 1900

m:' JuSllOB FOE BED MAN THE RICHARD C. ADAMS Who Repreee.t« the Delaware Tribe— Hurtlcii Syn^'eataa and Corporation 'Would Deprive Indlani of Homo That Tbey Are Entitled To. (Washington Letter.) Richard C. Adams, a full-bloodei Delaware Indian, who represents hit nation at Washington, is a lawyer superior intellect and acquirements He is devoting not only his life, but hti fortune also, to the work of having Justice done to the red man. He hat written some good poetry and has alsc compiled a little history of the Dela ware tribe, which he has on hie tongue's end. The Delaware Indians were, once one of the most powerful tribes on the North American conti nent When first met by the white man tbey claimed and controlled all ol the territory between the Hudson rivei and the Potomac. Under the spreading elm tree at Shackamaxon, 217 years ago, they sold to the founder of the state of Pennsylvania. William Penn the vast area within its borders for nominal sum. and largely as an act oi frie...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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