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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 July 1900

{W\ ••". vS ••S3 il cj$VV «\\i? ON THE... CHAPTER I. It was evening—a glorious evening, such as only tropical countries know. The hot wind that had blown all day frnd now died down, and there was a great stillness but a pleasant cool ness in the air made it delightful after the sweltering heat. There had been no rain for a long time, and the ground was parched and dry. Outside the pretty homestead the red sand of the veldt lay thick and •line in the dry grass which covered the wagon track. But inside the grass looked green enough. Perhaps it had received an artificial shower. All round the grassy lawn were flower beds, mostly of tropical flowers, among which the succulent blue lily raised its long, trumpet-shaped flowers but there were a few English flowers, too —stately hollyhocks, sweet-scented roses, queenly dahlias. Beyond the lawn an avenue of blue gum and black nettle led to the veldt without. Behind the house, which was built of stone, and looked quaint and pretty with a Vera...

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. — 27 July 1900

maki -•mJ4 'v\'- Mrs. Biggins. t:*4 Mrs. Josephine L^nkford of St. Louis, ^Mo„ is in the city, and will make her home with her daughtes Mrs. Drew and 1# BUMjINOTON BHIBFLBT8. Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown of 1011 Foster street, entertained at dinner Mon day Rey. T. Beeves of Keokuk, and Rev. Mrs.-Kinney. The Moonlight Picnic by the C. C's last Thurs lay evening wis a grand success socially and financially Rev. George Thomas of Topeka, Kan sas, a street Evangelist conducted Meet ings on the street, assisted by a number oi. ringers. Mrs. G. A. Brown of Valley Street., en tertained at breakfast Wednesday Mrs. Langford ot St. Louis, Mrs. Kinney and Drew. Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. John Ivy, Eps. Edmons, Mrs. Betsey Brooks and daughter went fishing Tues day to Rush Island. Rev. Timothy Reeves of Keokuk, la. was the guest oi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Folks. They entertained at dinner Sun day Rtv. and Mrs. Higgins, and Rev Reeves. St. John's A. M. E. Choir under the di rection of Miss Dora Smith r...

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. — 27 July 1900

pm WiT.tV ,fV,\ 1* Brown, P. S. ,'i :pr\ SUBSCRIBE FOR THE iNaoml Court, No. 3—meets Second Monday in each month at Masonic hall. Mrs. J. H. Sbepard, matron Mrs. Fred Jackson, secre twy. lit. ffllve Court, No. 4-Meets First Thursday of web month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Susan White, matron Mrs. Flora Majors, secre Knights and Ladles of Honor of the World No 178 Victoria Lodge-meets every Monday evening at Webster's Hall, corner of Tenth Canter streets. Mrs. E. A. Wood. Proctor. Mrs ROSA Johnson. Secretary WANTED—SEVERAL E O E S JOU^AU LF{ O O E IOWA and the leading paper in the North-west. It Goes Into 76 Counties in Iowa 29 States in the Union 2 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church situated on Ilth St., between Crocker and School Sts. Preaching at 11 A. M. Snnday School at 19 o'clock Preaching, at 7 p. M. Rev. 8. Bates, Pastor. St. Panl A. M. E.—Corner of Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:30 a, m. Sunday School at S o'clock Epworth League at? p. m. preaching at ...

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. — 27 July 1900

s»Lt?ffCMvY JK$ mm, 1 .' K-' Hio Bw7 iJu/. «SSfw$ •f.-.*:.yi-] 1 ^,*r It would be hard to find a Chinaman that did not belong to one secret so ciety at least. Often he belongs to •everal "Hui," and is active in them •11, whether he lives within or without the boundaries of the Flowery Klng 4om. These societies are of all sorts, hot the most influential of them have •t heart the expulsion of the Tartar dynasty, to which the present Emper or belongs, and placing a Chinaman in &is place. From the Chinese view point the Emperor is a foreigner, though his family has ruled for 350 years. Such a period is only a mo ment in Chinese chronology. Of the societies so eager to be rid of Tartar rule some are of ancient ori gin .as old as Masonry. In fact, sev eral learned Masons who have studied the Chinese societies have found start ling similarities in organization, de crees, rites and methods of procedure. Dr. Gustave Schlegel and William Stan ton, earnest sinilogues, have written of the T...

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. — 27 July 1900

'Cigarette smoking la aot permitted on the exposition grounds in Paris. Those who violate the rule are im prisoned and fined. Million* for Baieball. A million dollars are spent every year for baseball, but large as this is, it cannot equal the amount spent in search of health. We urge those who have spent much »nd lost hope to try #ostetter's Stomach Bitters. It strengthens the stomach, makes diges tion easy, and cures dyspepsia, con stipation, biliousness and weak kid neys. It is always the bottom dollar that counts. Iiutat on Having Maple City Boap If you want the best. It is pare, and leaves the clothes sweet and wholesome. Nothing but a good life can fit a man for a better one. Dmi for the Bowel*. No matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right. CASCARETS help nature, cure you •without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the gen...

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. — 27 July 1900

S"' & .«• Jowa State Bystander* mm *. vV~ I r* C i* 4 N BTSTAMDEST PDB. CO DBS MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY, JULY 27. Through a Woman's Eyes. The biggest thing in Chicago at present in the eyes of the Afro-American popu lation at any rate, is the Institutional Church, of which Dr. K. C. Ransom as sumed the pastorate, Sunday, July lo. The church is located at 38th and Dear born Street and was formerly known as Railroad Chapel. It is a large brick build ing, containing a handsome pipe organ and many conveniences for the kind of work an institutional church is expected to do. The special work of the Institutional lurch is to save tlipse who are not cached bv the other churches. The reaching *is mainly evangelistic, and yiniiasium and educational classes aie ormed for the benefit of all who cure to attend. In Dr. Ransom's church of which we arc pretty proud because it is the nr.t church of the kind to be launched among our people, there will lie a Sunday school, Deaconess Training school. M...

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. — 3 August 1900

y£-' jit 4 tjri T'..^V.r„Jiw^ -jykra^ v&*.: VOL. 7 PUBLISHED EVBKY FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCUST. HOOM 405 MAHQCAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONB 899. "i OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE A FRO-AM Mrs. Sophia Howard of East Railroad avenue, is quite sick this week. Mr. S. M, Cratic of O&kaloosa was a caller in our city this week on business. Rev. P. S. Irwin of Chariton, attend ed the State Convention in the interest of Mr. Manning of his town. H. Mixon, Jeweler, No. 316 West Third street. Tunes Pianos and re pairs Organs. Mrs Susan Stanton and her cousiDt ...'Franc is Sim*h, will leave Sunday for a fortnight visit with relatives in Macon, -Mo. Herbert Wright, a law student of the State University of Marshalltown, was in our city this week attending the Republican State convention. Miss Mable Morton, who has been employed in the Starch factory, has been compelled to quit work on ac count of ill health. Mr! Chs. Mash will open a first class testaurant and rooming eou...

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. — 3 August 1900

I S' 1 xr^,L!ik r: w$7 P^Vs the le cial CM Brow^ rd latio! v^ btedl raft$ r«$i, 1%^- Iowa State Bystander |NR BYSTANDER PUB., co. DBS MOINES, ,, .:% •&<. 'Hi 3!^j S«t -I m-:. IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL :%$!•• Des Moines, August 3,1900. -T)S Mr Frank Halloway recently re eeived a tetter rfom his sister, Mrs. Clara Groesbeck ,who is a missionary ^^Ofcar Hong Kong, in which she states the condition of affairs in southern 'China at that time—June 8. Both .'fclrs Groesbeck and her husband, who is also engaged in missionary work near Hong Kong, are Des Moines peo ple, and both graduated from Des Moines college. Among other things the said that they hnd just heard that 'a society known as the 'Boxers' had killed two missionaries in nortli China and were doing a great amount of evil up 1 here," and expressed the hope that some of the powers would find leisure and inclination to domain redress. Their she added: 'Tm glad" tve're so far south, as the people here fcre no so easily affe...

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. — 3 August 1900

,v. A-.' 3 s* ... afe JS 1 W0 irSCHAti^R II.—(Continued.) $$rjt"I remembered this was the day you (poke of ridings over," said Dr. Adair Rothes—for it was he—in a low voice "but I hardly expected you would come today, with these terrible rumors about.'* Bluebell's eyes grew larger than their wont "Rumors? haven't heard any," she •aid. "What are they. Doctor Rothes?-' "You haven't heard?" He had not released her hand, and Was holding it very closely now. "They say that the Boers are marching into Natal." "Oh!" Bluebell uttered a little cry, and the rosy color faded out of her face. "Is it war, then?" "I suppose so," Rothes answered gravely. "It seems Kruger has as good •s declared war by sending a message to England demanding that our troops should be Immediately recalled from South Africa." Bluebell sat very still on her horse, her hands clasped Rothes had at last withdrawn his. "Will thev come to Ladysmith?" ahe .whispered at last. Rothes nodded. "That Is what la expected. We shall...

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. — 3 August 1900

s, \':tA NBW BOOKt One Hundred Distinguished Leaders, is the title of a beauti ful book, containing elegantly executed half-tone portraits and up-to-date life-sketches of one hundred of the leading colored men and women of the United §tates. The book sells for 25 cents a copy. It should find ready sale in every community |«A,where race pride is manifested. The book containi portraits of such men as Bishop H. M. Tur ner, Booker T. Washington, the educator, the late Hon. Frederick .Douglass, Paul Laurence Dunbar, the poet, E. A. Johnson, the his torian, W. S. Scarboaough, the Greek Scholar. TERMS TO AGENTS. Agents are wanted everywhere to sell this book. In lots of ten or more copies, agents are furn ished the book at ten cents a copy but for less than ten copies the regulas price, 25 cents, must be sent. Send all orders to CHARLES ALEXANDER, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. All money should be sent bv Pose Office Money Order. A MotherTells How She Saved Her Little Daughter's Life. ...

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. — 3 August 1900

i' sl .-J 11 jc 4 ISC'tolrW '(.w 4 .•**, /v -v^ 1 CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. The Corinthian Baptist Church situated on 11th St., between Crocher and School Sts. Preaching at 11 A.M. Sunday School at 19 o'clock Preaching, at 7 P. M. Rev. S. Bates, Pastor. St. Paul A. M. E.—Corner ol Second and Center Streets. Preaching at 10:30 a, m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. J. Peterson, pastor. First African Baptlet Church—Corner School and Fourth streerts. Rev. F. Lomack pastor, Preaching 10.80 a. m. Sunday school .30 p. m., Mr. M. E. Housten, Superintendent: Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 8'00 p.m. Burn's M. E.— East Second and Des Moines •street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday School at 18:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes. pa»tor, 820 Des Moines streer. Mount Nebo Baptist Church-E. Second street., between Locust and Grand avenue—Sunday service, preaching .at 11 a. I...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 August 1900

*7* si WV 'T. SW Mi REPUBLICANS 11 Meet in State Convention at the Capital City. lirtln, Gilberts on, flerriara, Mul lanf tlcClaln and Palmar Are Nominated. Dea Moines, August 2.—The great est civic triumph in the history of Dea Moiiies wds completed at 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon when the republican state convention assem bled in the great Auditorium which burned on Sunday, June 17, was re constructed by Des Moines energy and was fully ready for the conven tion several days ago. The big hall was roofed and seated, the ceilinar plastered, and the walls beautifully draped with flags, bunting and por traits of the great leaders of the re publican party, living and dead. To the right J.nri left of 4hp stage were huge portraits of McKinley aim Roosevelt, while small pictures of Grant, Sherman, Lincoln, Allison and Henderson were hung in pronounced places. Back of the stage, enfolded in American flags, was a large por trait of Major Edwin H. Conger, United States minister to China, 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. — 3 August 1900

4 There is riot an evil which 'win ea» dure a huydred years. There is always good Ashing in troubled waters. World to BnA Tlili Imt. fftiis is the recent decision- of one of the societies of the world, and while there are few people who be lieve this prediction, there are thou nands of others who not only believe. but know that Hostetter's Stomach Hitters will cure dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation or liver and kidney troubles. A trial will certainly con rince. When a baby cries without shedding t.Tiy tears it is generally reasonably iafe to spank him. Best for the Bowels. "No matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right CASCAEETS help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stamped en it Be ware of imitations. Aliout 50 per cent of the school boy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 August 1900

i. **NL 'jW Iowa State Bystander 7 ^I4f{'j'j| ft1 Y|F^ ,VS''"'"v"" 3 Si1* BX BVS.AXUKK I'V'B. CO. "B£§ MoIXKis, IOWA. MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL -*»%.*,. Des Moines, August 10, 1900. The work on the Auditorium has been recommenced. The completion •will be rushed so as to make ready lor the numerous fall conventions. The inspection of factories by Stat* Labor Commissioner Wennerstrum •was begun last week. In company •with his deputy, Arthur E. Holder, Mr. Wennerstrum made the rounds of a number of factories in Des Moines. Thus tar no instances liave come to light in which there is any serious in fraction of the requirements for the •welfare of employes. Mr. Wenner struni some time ago prepared blanks containing an exhaustive list of ques tions, and the tilling out of these comprehends a thorough summing up of the conditions in each place visited. 3t is the.intentiou of the labor com missioner to make a very careful ex amination into conditions in factories in all the leading cities of 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. — 10 August 1900

N 1 ?p a the till le oldi ha ve it.' se le Bo you ti our des, ation my not bro did bell, wish je they en clef ider ai ell co shed! ooked on lion e, yoi ever thin vo or ad woi for it do no s^?:*: W4 *i ?•&**- A &iH W*" TER eave er dc loo at Mr. nee er is im. st cows d? hei bis se ti 1 tly on of da ir li goi ly i1!' ^•V: before. you wait until yoi be diJ at coi eling wer think hat made if I an't 1 Rov ear wor omeni vas fl: rl kec manne her firm It ride et, th ed in ir tou sun. wed. that rill of ing lii d, as elf rom not the hen si min no cred no ht th figure the soun high anx you xclaii wore ents able anxie have them, an up all si the gir^ laid an afti lizabeth's Sam" to from the V." frank an brown aunt dis: ,i ™ife'' ^Turning to the history of the islands WCll sne uiuj^ AAntmioaUn attonhoB litflo imnnrtapnc te commission attaches little importance his face n( the_divor rebellions-which-had a few mi nl,nyifled '. 1. 1898. In order to become informed upon the condition of affai...

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. — 10 August 1900

M01N ason repre re6ul een fo^ bev finan py Jo^ was ereto to big 3 wt wa as it'/ but u# mwa ohn at Joh^£ 't rpheiuf ons wh!: eported were ter tb^ the Oi parlor into thi ay with tl wont be in Albia, have oTi lock the advise for ow. jAj Bland, Gri| as usual ail ie lodge rjy 'zaj£ io* "The^1 Taylor alway gra^' rust tlu inter atherii &" at vSj**' ose rth rac such we re our fa rand say be secrt ers can rade ', houl^l VU^ met isL*. •DBS MOINES T. -*-**-,w- |-a SUPPLEMENT TO The Bystander. Friday, August 10, 1900. From the Secretary of the Interior to provincial presidents, to be circulated among the local chiefs of every town, llanila. Pu3h the preparations of all the towns to oppose the American invasion. See that all the inhabitants have their bolos and daggers prepared, that in every street or ward there be organised a national militia every six should have a corporal, •very thirteen a sergeant and every twen ty-six a second lieutenant, every 52 a Urst lieutenant and every 104 a cap...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 August 1900

2 28 ft/a- LOST I 1 CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) "And to leave him behind? No, that could never do!" cried Bluebell. She turned and looked straight Into his face. "It that was what you wished to say to me, Mr. Moore, let me tell you at once you need say no more. As long as my father is In New Kelso I will stay with him. I am not in the least afraid. Why should a woman neces sarily be a coward?" "A coward? No! No one would ac cuse you of being that!" cried Moore. He turned his horse's head toward hers, so close that he was able to lay his hand on hers. Bluebell started and instantly withdrew her hand. Moore went on in a lower tone: "But you are one of those women to save whom from danger or hurt men would give up their lives. Bluebell, listen to me. I am going out of the country, and have only been waiting here until I should dare to ask you to accompany me. Your father is anxious you should consent." She was still uncomprehending. "You may leave the country," she answered coldly. "You ...

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. — 10 August 1900

PJPPPPw? N te O cii 1« Pi ai to th a* tj fit th ct ell rt la hi th in to re h) tl •i 01 /. tl ll tl ii •w ti •i .ti a: A NEW BOOK, One,, \Hundred Distinguished Leaders, is the title of a beauti gful book, containing elegantly ^executed half-tone portraits and up-to-date life-sketches of one hundred of the leading colored men and women of the United States. The book sells for 25 cents a copy. It should find ready sale in every community where race pride is manifested. The book containi portraits of such men as Bishop H. M. Tur ner, Booker T. Washington, the educator, the late Hon. Frederick Douglass, Paul Laurence Dunbar, the poet, E. A. Johnson, the his torian, W. S. Scarboaough, the Greek Scholar. TERMS TO AGENTS. Agents are wanted everywhere to sell this book. In lots of ten or more copies, agents are furn ished the book at ten cents a copy but for less than ten copies the regulas price, 25 cents, must be sent. Send all orders to CHARLES ALEXANDER, BURDICK, tl ft] all Druggists. t...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 10 August 1900

fm S i»V'* If' tirn- Streets. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 p. m. F. pastor. First African Baptist Church—Corner School and Fouetbetreerts. Rev. F. Lomack. pastor, Preaching 10.90 a. m. Sunday school 2.30 p. m., Mr. M. E. Housten, Superintendent Young People's meeting 7 p. preaching 800 p.m. finrn's M. E.-East Second and Des Moines street.—Sunday services, preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday School at 18:30. Prayer and Class meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. All are welcome. Rev. C. W. Holmes, pastor, 230 Des Moines streer. Mount. Nefoo Baptist Chnrch—E. Second street, between Lncust and Grand aveaue—Sunday service, preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday School 12 30 p. in.. Superintendent) Rope Johnson. Preaching at 8 p. m. Rev. J. Bell, pastor. SECRET ORDERS. S north Star. Lodge, No. «, A. F. A. M.—Meets First Thursday in each montli at Masonic Hall—Fourth and Court avenue. J. H. Shep ard, W. M. J. L. Thompson, secretary. Solom...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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