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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

i? 1 if TIMIMI'I EOFTTSI lytVatof M1W INMOVTLYK flm quick relief swlcores wont Ottlala *md Ntr OOUSHt AND COLDS. CONSUMPTION. '1 DnuiKlau. DSo. treataMM INK MB I. ANnte,.*, WODDCRS MSTMUTOltt. what TOD th order. glheoM tfina tunw. M«ke» ron wb Saty. Il.is p«r paeksge, cash with intOM Co.) liind IS Mitchell B1 IM. (jprtngdeld, Block, hprlng field, Ohio* ARNOLD'S COUTH KILLER tfftlfK Locomotor Atsxis con- l|m_ WSklSk queredetlsst. Doctors IIIMIb I WIV puzsled. Specialists .ITCT^dand^TKVKWK ime shout your cue. Advice and proof of ourea »*. auu, 224 N.ioth St.. PHILADELPHIA, PA OANDY CATHARTIC ijpnif'o Uncle ike a an E ••Wlm headed boy, Kby the author of Peck'e Bad Boy and His Pa. iJOTer 200 pages of "laughs 25 full-page comic plct urei. The funniest thing out. Paper covers 25e, cloth jeOci For sale bjr all booksellers and newsdealers, or }#eot postpaid on receipt of price by JAMIESON-MGGINS CO., Publisher#, 324 Dearborn St.. Chicago. EXCURSION RATES to Western Canada and particulars as...

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. — 30 March 1900

if 4 *i« I-,' 1 W- $r A-' ft3 !li 4't W- fi J.y*. -t 1 i't 5** I, '/VI 5b* 'Ik ,f- rofo'jLrtfut,t' saxmw^sst^ v«»r i'n»iv j'yaufW: —. «»aow* FftlDAY. MARCH 36i. Alphabetical (-1st of Afro Amorican Author# and VWt Thalr Work*. Below we will give a list of the^ Garnet, H. books of Afro- Amencan authors which are being gathered togath •f, for the Paris Exposition bj The Budget, 3 vols., 1881-4, 1885-6, 1887-8. After, J. C.: Guide Lights, Princeton, 1887. Barnett, I. B. W.: The Reason Why, Chicago, 1893 Red Record, Chicago, I895- I Bailey, Ida D.: Atlanta Cosart, W. Forrest: The Waiter's 1 Manual, H. J. Bohn & Bro., Chi cago, 1898. Campbell, Jabez P. Campbell: Echoes from the Cabin, etc.. Campbell, R.: My Mother Land. -€annon, N. C. W.: Rock oi Wisdom. .Carson, Hannah: Glory in affliction, Philadelphia, 1864. Caruthers: Poem s. Chestnut, Chas. W.: The Conjure Woman Life of Frederick Doug lass Wife of His Youin. etc. Clark, Peter H.: History of Black Brigaue. Coleman, L. H. N.: Poor ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 March 1900

W .4. vi: fe 1#' I ft h" 1 A'll* ilk iv* -jAy. 1 1 2 & '^"'1 w» & •b- State »»'. Otffc 1'Ilt'H JVeJr er, iI i| yttfiJOWA •„'®fWtWOl«IWf!T *... I^IR WWliWW^———— FRIDAY, MARCH 3t. Alphabetical M»* of Afro wAmerican Authors and, k* Their Works. Below, we will give A list of the* books of Afro-American author* wfricb are being gathered togatli for the Paris Exposition bj C/rus Field Adams, of the Chi cago Appeal. Which will show the progress o^ade by the race in a literary way. Allensworth, Allen: The Kiss, Aiten. P. .: Chips of History. Allen, Rlchardt Autobiography, Phil adelphia, Autobiography, rnli adelphia, 1793. Anderson, Matthew: Presbyterianism Anderson, William: Appointed. Anonymous: Narrative of Johanna, lhtJ. Armstrong, J. H.: What Communion Rath Light with Darkness, Philadel phia, 1894. Arnet, Benj. W.: Life of Paul Quinn Speeches and Addresses of Negroes, collected and published (15 vols.) Orations and Speeches, J. M. Ash ley. The Budget, 3 vols., 1881-4, 1885-6, 18...

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 April 1900

4 rOL. PAPKB or THE AFRO-AMEBICAlf PBOTBCTIVB ASSOCIATION O* IOWA. ImOIAL. VAPEB OF THB MOM W0B8HIP tVU UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. & A. M. T-BBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. »ne yeer ... months months... Mrs. Nettie Davis of W. Third street las :been quite sick this week. liilliniry opening this week Friday Saturday. Mi^.^^liiiagail^.515 iVLocwV street. IllHnerv opening this week Friday ^Saturday. Mrs. M. Flanagan, 515 Locust street. C. H. Richardson of Clive does npjrove Tery much. ruliam Frazier has succeeded Ed id Weeks as an employee at the lea Clothing Store. I Mrs. Win. Hampton was called to the laide of a very sick sister in Keokuk st Monday. [Messrs C. W. Henry and N. E. Morton serving as Jurors on the present isrm of the District Court Class number 1 of the A. M. E. church are preparihg to give another le of their social entertainments on ^he 17, and 18, to which they invite all their friends. The members of the A. M. E. Sunday (School are preparing a special pro |gramme fo...

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 April 1900

ms OL. 6. linn PiMliblli •(r -^V ISIAIE mm SVEBT FBIDAT BY THE BT- POBU8HWO COMPANT, „JD IXWOTFT MWBETS, BOOMS FAJTI) 211 UABQUABDC SLOCK. *PBOHB WA 899- PAPKB OF THE AFRO-A-MEKICAIF PBOTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. ImOIAL FATES OF THE MOS* WOH8HIP rvit UNITED GRAND LODGE OF 'T, IOWA, A. G. & A. M. TSaMS OP BUB8CB1PT ION. W-S® months J® «§months.. All subsetipiion payable In advance. t. THOMPSON. EDITOR. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. I BtllJ h? poctoffloe «to. MOW Icr, nprM or draft, to Tn I*WA kM Comftmy jPwwnilwttoM mnrt'be wrlttaa ta cm cf the paper oaly and he of taUreette pabUe. "Brevity to tki ml at wtV Moibcr. :W» will Ml retain nJieM mauatlpl laooompaaied by postage stamps. LEADIRG COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Telephone 255 Center street, lor coal Bead Miss Bradley's millinery adver •ment. Mr. Robert Raikes is reported etter after a serious illness. some Rev. T. Reeves left Wednesday for lis home in the Gate City. W. H. Cobb made a trip to his home Centerville last Saturday. ithan Med...

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 April 1900

I^'i ,' *. 1 II •Ik '1 Civil government has been, estab lished In the towns of Luzon, but the uncivil natives Btlll hold the rural dis tricts. The Irish members of parliament want it distinctly understood that their brethren in South Africa are not the only ones who can fight. The leader of the reunited Irish par ty in the house of commons stands for the principle that home rule cannot be worked out through political alliances with English parties. This was Mr. Parnell's policy. Mr. Redmond, his most faithful follower, has clung te naciously to It and has forced his Irish associates to adopt It A London magistrate has sentenced a street news-vender to a week in Jail for crying false war news, and the gen eral verdict is, "served him right." But bo punishment has yet been meted jut to those much greater offenders, the journalists or correspondents who •very day manufacture sensational re ports, or travesty facts and rumors, In order to justify pyrotechnic head lines. At a recent meet...

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 April 1900

h-y ».P* n~!T or- n, .,../, T|»», .. y, ~f e-'.v.. P- A 1 1 if.V' sfe» rM no answer, and Rob's again. Torrevo waa In the •t him, too, and had simply ktiify himself that Rob was Idly prison. iphort time—perhaps fifteen ifhen Rob had given up all bard a greater noise outside. he hear Torrevo say in a fcopimand. "All together." came to Rob the sounds of faun grunting as if straining at an fUffort, and suddenly the. stone rolled away, letting in a flood of daylight. There stood Torreyo and a half dozen -of the men from the "Black Gat" Whom he had brought to move the rock—a job too great for one man to accomplish. My jewel! My jewel!" exclaimed Torrevo, in an extravagance of ecs tasy, grasping Rob and hugging him. '•You did 2hat well! You did that well! By the saints, you did that well!" This was a sudden change again. Rob wondered what kind of a man Torrevo was to brutally strike him one hour and hug him and. call him a 7 "I don't understand!" he said. "I didn't think you were my friend...

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. — 6 April 1900

4 M™ ft'* •el •XAyM h, fAti* •KriiAMNraairMiMM." •rob S&H|%« grand Jora %M Agnes Gollk, sLudwif Golik, a Agnes Golik, mother of the boy. as his "next friend." Mrs. Gollk told the jury' that she knew nothing apout the case until months after it had been filed. It was alleged that the boy had fallen through a sidewalk on Dee. 22, 1897, and bad sustained Injuries to his spinp and head which destroyed his power of speech. Mrs. Bvehla con ducted a boarding-house at 666 West Fifteenth street, where seventeen other members of the "syndicate" organised, it is alleged, to defraud the city and large corporations by fraudulent dam age suits aggregating $200,000, also lived in this house. GOLDEN FEARS ASSASSINATION Wltaeas la Ik* Goebel CM* IS Oaarded by Detective* Lexlngton, Ky., March 22.—Sergt. F. Wharton Golden, who has turned state's evidence in betraying the plot to kill William Goebel, Is kept in so* elusion at the home of a friend in the northern part of the city. Golden'is haggard ...

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Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 April 1900

tm 'a V. St? JMAJ *1 A M* A _• nfHE INTER OCEAN literature and politics THE 8END»US AT ONCE. Wffl'T DELAY. OUB RELIABILITY 18 ESTABLISHED dealt with as ask jrour neigh borahout us, wriU tke publisher ot this paper or Metropolitan national Bank, or Corn Vat. Bank.of Chicago toellangeBank, New Wj or an* snrau company in Chicago. We ., ,, railroad or express company in Chicago. tateaewMalar mr SM0.S0S.JS, oecupy entire ene of the largest business blocks in Chicago, MtS, ROEBUCK A CO. i\.~v /1 NATIONAL THE ISIIWEEKLY INTER QCEANISII LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST Always American —Always Republican THE WEEKLY IN^ER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL THE NEWS AND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE ery Column is Bright, Clean and Packed with News The Literature of its columns Is equal to that of the best maga­ zines. It is Interesting to the children as% we If as the parents. is One.), ot ilto a tall ppf»psp»r a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and whit it 1 Brings to the family THE NEWS OF THE WORLD and ...

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. — 6 April 1900

I fu *1 ll 1 'Hi 'Sltl $$jj' v« v.r -II:' '. 'i !. ''3^1 V'M 3$ HI ,r r-'4i.s S 1 A VJi* U'-Ui i/H yjl who have boon relieved of 'x painful menstruation hy Lydia £V Pinkham'sVege­ table Compound, are con stantly writing grateful letters to Mrs, Plnkham. Lydk E. PWihm'i Vcjdabk Compound them. it always relieves painful periods and no woman who suf fers should bo without this knowlodgom Noariy all the Ills oi women result from some derangement of the fomalo organism» Mrsm Pinkham's great medl olno makes women healthy of this there Is overwhelming proof* Don't experimentm if you suffer get this medi cine and get Mrs* Pink ham's free advice• Her address is Lynn, Massm TryGrain=0! Try Grain=0!. Ask you Grocer £o-day to show yon a package of GKAIN-O, tllo new food drink that takes the place of coffee. Tlie children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like it. GBAIN-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and the most deli...

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. — 6 April 1900

«Sktt-'f wWa*it»fisNBii rttjted wllh EiollMt Mtlliri. tlalientfaclj that prasenta Itself ing a bli^feye view of tho Cu- West( ia that of intend actlvl every department. Whether the be turned upon the district, if Winnipeg, the Red River Val th or north, the Dauphin and W. district, the Southwestern, ther it take in the great central ion along the main line of the C. ill., stretching away out to the kles and from there bending north south to Prince Alberta and Ed nton, McLeod and Lethbridge— ither the examination be made in of these directions the same ac iy, gro#th and hopefulness are ob ble. Canadian West Is not only a pla to locate permanently, is alsv a good place to invile relatives and friends to come to. is the spirit that seems to anl the West at the present time, Its effects are to be seen on every lid. To enumerate the towns where ndsome and substantial blocks and 'esidences have gone up this year ould be simply to give a list' of the owns and villages along the railway lin...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 6 April 1900

11 'i Jl$ M-I] 'i is W I "TO 1 ."•l '4 a -i "i 3 fe -v H?:-'! DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, APRIL. 6tW. Alphabetical List of Afro American Authors and »V Their Works. Belaw we will give a list of the books of Afro-American authors which are being gathered togath er, for the Paris Exposition by Cyrus Field Adams, of the Chi cago.Appeal. Which will show the progress made by the race in a literary way. Aliens worth, Allen: The Kiss. Alien, P. .: Chips of History. Allen, Richard: Autobiography,' Phil adelphia, i^s Autobiography, Pail adelphia, 1793. Afiderson, Matthew: Presbyterianlsm Anderson, William: Appointed. Anonymous: Narrative of Johanna, lOoo. Armstrong, J. H.: What Communion H'ath Light with Darkness, Philadel phia, 1894. Arnet, Benj. W.: Life of Paul Quinn Speeches and Addresses of Negroes, collected and published (15 vols.) Orations and Speeches, J. M. Ash ley. The Budget, 3 vols., 1881-4, 1885-6, 1887-8. AVler, J. C.: Guide Lights, Princeton 1887. Barnett, I. B. W.: The Reason ...

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 April 1900

-rzr tcj. P&-- tmber 6. PBBUSHKD BVSKY FRIDAY BY THB BYSTANDM ™y»«nnmr. COMPAHY, FIFTH ABU I.OCU8T. BOOM 406 MAHQUAMDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOKt 899. i«flQlAI PAP1H OFTHK A FRO-AMERICAS PRO' TICCT1YR ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. VTlCIAl. PAPKH OF THE MOST WOMSHIPFOL united a rand lodgb of iowa, A. P. & A. M. LI. TJHMS9 OF SUBSCB1PT10N. •wreer ..»1.S0 iioatba !jj months Mrs. Anna Hall's boarding house is |losad on the account of the small-pox ire this week. '^legislature adjourned last Friday rfdie, most of the members went home |he same week. Wm Bail ay the Ottumwa rapresena jkive in the House cloak room returned si week. |Mrs. Geo. Young returned this week a brief visit in Knoxville where viaited her husband, Those who would enjoy themselves kould attend the social to be given by lass number one. Mrs. Carrie Owens-Howard of Omaha is the guest of her sistar Mrs. Mae Ruff |sh«£oontemplates on making a few (weeks visit- Nathen Meddleton a veteran of the |«iTil"war and an employee in the Hous...

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 April 1900

15 Jl *1 I# $ "i, ti-'ViV-.- mf- Iowa State Bystander. 1 F. -,Y .•••??•' MY BTSTANDKR PUB. CO. a D158 MOINES, IOWA. iT CONGRESS. BBNATB. Washington. April &— During the greater part of the session the senate had under con federation the Indian appropriation 1)111. Sul llvan, of Mississippi, delivered a speech in fa vor of the seating of Hon. M. S. Quay. nous* The house passed the substitute for the sen ate bill providing for a territorial form of gov eminent for Hawaii Hill, of Connecticut, I tried to secure the adoption of two umend ments, one providing for a resident commts sioner instead of a delegate In congress, and the other declaring that the apt should be in terpreted as a pledge of statehood. Both failed. RENATK. Washington. April 7. -During almost the en tire session an amendment to the Indian ap propriation bill offered by Jones of Arkansas, providing for the continuance of the govern ment's employment of the contract Indian schools, In certain circumstances, was unde...

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 April 1900

orern- 79.10 70.10 9.00 July ood oins you mas arm for ave ota it, fter ll I rljr I to fcl "fc. W," .' gsp W^/SfYf A. loving Savior died. If any earthly friend for us In jeopardy had stood, th, wn si~* a THE PERPETUAL PROMISE. All through the lily perfumed air The bells of Easter chime With pardon for our sin sick soul*, .' The. seven and seventieth time. Hasten while bells of promise peal, While surpliced cherubs sing, Lay on the altars of our Lord I Contrition's offering. The rare pale flowers of love, of faith, I O Christ, the crucified, Will show 'twas not in vain for us would we have to plead and beg For our poor gratitude? Bd must the King of Heaven sue— suffered he in vain, Jpon sad Calvary's cruel cross, With all a mortal's pain? Oh, lay sin's heavy Duraen down He died that we might live, He'll bear the cross and send a peace The world can never give! POLLY PRY. MARGARET'S ,r NEW LIFE AN EASTER STORY. The old gray house was filled with sounds of hurrying to and fro, of con fu...

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 April 1900

1^ 1 IP -s fears 1C» HU.LFARTIBS. 'Whiter AaraevaMMt la tV C«nf» Yariation front the ordinary form of run Is to be fonnd In the Rua a Jhrtt "lee Wile.'' The rigors, of winter )V$l northern Europe practically compel Inhabitants of that region to find '"''"tome form of amusement with which to Vhile away the dreary hours of those Ice-bound months. Hence, "ice hill yarties" are now a national institu tion throughout the czar's dominions, ind cheery functions they are, too. The Ice hill" itself is prepared as follows: Iltey erect a high wooden scaffolding laving a rather steep slope from the top to the ground, and it is then cor (red with huge symetrically shaped l: Hocks of ice placed side by Bide ano tonatautly watered until they become »ne solid smooth mass. This artificial Hide is terminated by a long, narrow plain of ice, just broad enough to allow if three sledges passing each other and if sufficient lepgth to enable a sleigh to tin by its own impetus to the foot of the next hill. ...

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. — 13 April 1900

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE VBfy, VV *jV|.• mmmp-n ODDEST ."-. COXj O^ED JGUI^AU Qoes Into 29 SEVERAL. PERSONS FOR DIS jfflce Managers in this state to rep ftheir own and surrounding count if to pay yearly MOO. payable week employment with unusual op [MECHANICS 80AP? 'UNQUESTIONABLY Greatest Dirt Killer/' 1 a Box of 8 Cmkes. by your dealer, send us his name. for large fvll-*ited eake. i'OT ALL Its greatest friends are Mechanics Machinists, Printers, Paiaters, .• Farmers, Miners, and those having dirty work to do. It not only removes dirt a a in quickly, but softens and Invigorates the skin. Excellent InWorkshop, In Kitchen, For Toilet. MECHANICS! JBent» Wanted IB ewrr locality. II (II\l( S SOAP CHICAGO. Bribe tor the Bystander. MERRICK'S XON-AIvCOHO!»IC rORING POWDERS are pure and econom ical Scientifically compounded from the Pure Fruit'Juices. They retain their deli cate aroma, which is easily lost in alcohol ic or liquid flavors. Free from alcohol and all poisonous ingredi- iM^ieKMni VIM &...

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. — 13 April 1900

I W l.v ,1 u" 1 I 3 fl I I ,.« 0 .C Is I p: JO .0. NEW tOWA LAWS isit MANY IMPORTANT CHAMfiES MADE Oeaeral Resume of Work of Retiring Twenty-eighth Oeneral Assembly. the "With ttie adjournment of the "Pwenty •l*4it1» general assembly many neW laws are left upon the statute books of Iowa, The number cannot be exactly &scer.< talned at this writing, as the enrolling olerka of the two houses are still at work, but there will be between two and three hundred of them. Most Important of the new lawa are tlhe ones relating to taxa tion, including the insurance taxation measure, the law applying the unit mile age system of taxation to express com panies, and th others providing for the taxation at telegraph and telephone cor porations as the railroads of the state are now taxed. Then there Is the re vision of the building and loan laws, In cluding tlhe treasure restricting these as sociations as they havl never before been restricted in Iowa. Next to these in importance are the ap pr...

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. — 13 April 1900

hen uioit eturu, case of•jjjp ?/tfr. B. Jj rhompao in Olive 1: beautiful 1 That's 8Ujt Ken(j jt follcij Jot Jua suffering humanity years' practice Case. )V. I MUCO-SOLVENT every home elegant book. I 0::& A?.:. antiwe wmpay rare welcome to a WHAT ALABASTINK I& ", Alntastlne is the oriidnal and only dur able wall coating on the market. It is entirely different from all kalsomine preparations. Alabastine Is made ready tor use in white or fourteen beautiful tint* by the addition of cold water. It is put up in dry powdered form, in pack ages,, properly labeled, with full direc tions on every package. It takes the place of scaling kalsomines. wall paper and paint for Walls. Alabastine can be used on plaster/ brick, wood or canvas, and a child can brush it on. V'-' A Terrible Scourge to Humanity No other disease is so deadly in its effect on the human system as DIPHTHERIA. loved ones in spite of them. Several years ago a world-famous Physician gave to induced the use of Muco-So'.ve...

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. — 13 April 1900

A .1. Si. j».ii», Mjwmsmm-*"• 1 A id v. II 1 11 a 1 4 .« a Is 4 0 ), llfc 3** ""W1 f^i1! \&r> 'T "fts 1 p» !&r mmm ,|| 5 tv/ Iowa State Bystander# BY BYSTANDER FCBL CO­ DES MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. RACE ECHOES. Paul Lanrence Dunbar, the fa mous Negro poet, is only 27 years old. He receives $100 a night for his engagements. The race question is now fore shadowing all questions of the day. Tillman of South Carolina strug gled up against it a few days ago in Coqgress and got such a thrash ing that "I guess it will do him lor a while."—Ex. The five hundred Puflman car porters, headquarters at Pittsburg, have decided to form a union and join the National Colored Men's Railroad Association. The assessment of Fayette county, Ky., including the city of Lexington which has just been completed, gives $680,040 as the total taxable value of property owned by Negroes. There is quite a colored colony in Dawson City at present, but from late reports of that point it is learned th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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