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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 September 1901

'i 1 3$"'v^' fci'-r.- S-riV^ s'^ hi*. -,., II ID 11 HOI Jfoto *v $ Wise Did Not Deliver Message at Santiago. CONG'S ORDER IGNORED. From Sampson Adflllnf Flying Squadron's Chief to Stay at Clenfnegros In Motor® Tribunal—Record* Found Altered—Admiral Cotton's Testimony. Washington, D. C., Sept 27.—In the .Schley court of inquiry captain W. C. Wise, who commanded the scout Yale during the Spanish war, admitted un •4ler oath that, notwithstanding positive -orders from the Secretary of the Navy directing him to inform the "flying 1 squadron" that the Spanish fleet was in Santiago harbor, he did not do so. -Captain Wise merely notified Captain Philip of the Texas, just as the flying squadron was starting for Key West -to coal, and, so far as was developed today, this important fact was not -communicated to Commodore Schley. .Slowly but surely it is brought out that .important papers have been suppressed .and that official charts and reports Jhave been altered. Suppressed Letter Introduced...

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. — 27 September 1901

--,. not, Russian speech. 8XOKIETTE8. I ., __— Robert Lowe, afterward Lord Sher "brook once saw a deaf member of Barliament trying his best to catcb i^tih his ear-trumpet the words ol ovtrcmelv dull speech. "Just look look itdi his ear-iJTUUijfcnsu mc woru an extremely dull speech. "Just nt that foolish man," said Lowe, "throwing away his natural advan tapes." Low A minister in a Kansas town re cently adopted a novel scheme for bolstering up the church collection, which had been diminishing. He in formed his congregation, just before ],e plates were passed around, that *lje members who were in debt were not expected to contribute. The col lection that day was double the ual sum. On one occasion, when Robert Fech ter, the tragedian, appeared in "Monte Cristo," the curtain rose at twelve-thirty for the last act discov ering Fechter in an attitude of con templation. For some moments he did make a movement, and not a sound br*ice ®ilence» until a small but elewr voice in the gallery que...

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. — 27 September 1901

1 iil Parker's iDteiiiti (Continued from gargling in his tkro^t. His lip* moved. I thought I heard him mat ter, I did my duty." Some one was snatching the re volver and handkerchief from his Jfcattd, but I saw nor heard nothing list the terrorized face before m» sand the furor ol those about me. Down we went in a death strug gle for he was as strong as an ox -sand bad I been a smaller man he •"-would have overpowered me. As was 1 clung on to his throat while the crowd closed in around. In such scenes one's mind some times runs blank. Mine went blank for a moment, and I was not myself until I looked about and saw Czol gosz pinned to the floor, the blood streaming from his nose, and heard the wild cries of the women. I looked up and saw the President ^sinking into a chair. His face was 3c Ice a sheet and he struggled for Qfereath. My heart sank within me, fior I thought he was dying. But it past soon over and I found fluyseif alone in that terror-stricken •crowd" The next day I heard ...

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 September 1901

baby arl1' 0f Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy a Great Favorite. The thi8 soothing and healing properties Remedy, Us pleesant taste and rampt and permanent cures h*ve ade ita great /avorite with people Zervwhere. It is- especially prized bv mothers of small children for colds, 'cup and whooping cougrh, as it al affords quick relief, and as it con uins no opium or other harmful drujf, nuiV be givea as confidently to a astoan adult. For sale by all .itfffists. The Worlds Wonder Indian Pile Cure! Sara cure for piles. Others have baen cured, remarkable cures. why not you? I have had success in effecting pile 1 guarantee from 1 to 3 boxes Jo cure any case of piles. Read the following testimonial: I have had piles for fifteen years. I have used all kinds of salves and had two surgical operations performed without any permanent relief. I SHANK BROS., Funeral Directors 517 Mulberry St. Telephones 686, 688 an*i 689. DES MOINES, IOWA. IT 13 have heen entirely cured by using Burnett's vile Salve. L....

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 September 1901

fW^ g'V»v vv $ i! '&+ Iowa State Bystander XIV BYSTANDER PUB. CO. DES MOINES, y£.$-r $4,000 to the Home. IOWA. NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL T)es Moines. Sept. 27. 1P01. The will of Mrs. Martha C. Cal.a xian leaves $10,000 to the Des Moines Home for the Aged, and $20,000 to the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial School at Tuskegee, Ala. It is possi ble, however, that these bequests may not be paid in full, for the Iowa law provices that but one-fourth of an estate may be left to corpora tions. Mrs. Callanan's estate is es timated at $30,000* and these t«o be quests include more than .ialf of the estate. The legal limit would give nbout $8,000 to the institute and Governor Shaw has offered a re ward of $300 for the arrest and con viction of the murderer or murder ers of Dr. B. M. Failor of Newton. Dr. Failor responcied to a night call and was sandbagged and robbed. His dead body was found in a lumber yard the next morning. The crime was committer September 11. The biennial report of the lan...

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 September 1901

L.. Czolgosz, the anarcnist as of President McKinley, Tues if was found guilty of murder in fircit degree after on® of the most Pin vet dignified trials in the history Hiirisprudence. Despite the eminence /the prisoner's counsel it was appar- Tuesday when the alienists decided tt Czolgosz was sane that no de CL was possible, and consequently Et any delay in the trial would be In a period of eight hours and rsiX minutes the assassin of Kent McKinley had been found and Judge Truman C. White Ed announced that he would pass sen- 0n Thursday afternoon. Remark- Ee as the trial had been throughout its dignity equally with its ab Eice of delay, not the least engrossing Lture of the day was the address to jury made by Loren L. Lewis, bunsel for the prisoner. The vener jurist explained the necessity of [defense for the prisoner even though LEON CZOLGOSZ. gailt So." could scarce be questioned, his address tne occasion for [criticism of lynch law, which, in all obability, will go down in the an...

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 September 1901

•ifowa State Bystander. Br BYSTANDER MOINES, TVii. CO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Cake Sherry In IOWA 27. SIOUX CITY ITEMS. Rev. C. T. of morningside preach­ ed a grand sermon at our church Sunday evening. Mr. James Washington went to Chicago Saturday to attend Conference. Missee Lettie Mitchell and Mary Kin ney returned home to Yankton, S. D., Monday after spending a pleasant time in our city. Mrs. Leona Miller of St. Louis, Mo., has come to our city to make her home with her aunt Mrs. Strotter Morgan. Miss Jessie Lamb of Sioux Falls, S. D., has arrived in our city and is lady attend ant at the Turkish bath parlors of the Garretson hotel. Mrs. Racheal Harris and daughter Lena have returned to Pierre, S. D., a pleasant visit in our city. Little Harvey Grant was hit in the head with a rock thrown by a white boy cut Hot serioaS thottgh painful. Bev. E. D. Wilson, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist church and Rev. J. W. Jeflress of Lincoln, Sebr. left for Council Bluffs to attend charcb meeting. Mrs. C...

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. — 4 October 1901

WWP*W^.3 wi Hr IBift. VOL. 8. PTTBWSHHD IV1RI FRIDAY BY THE BYSTANDER PtJBUSHINO COMPANY, FIFTH AND LOCOST. BOOM 40& MAIlQUAHDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE 899. HIP". PAPER OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN PRO WCOTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOwA, A. F. & A. tbbms op subscription. One year- ...fl.tt) Jalx months 7r Three mouths 50 AU subscription payable in advance. J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SMEPARD. MANAGER. Send money by paste ffice order, money order, express or draft, to the IOWA STATE BYSTAN DE« FuUtebing Company. Coamronications must be written on one side of the paper only and be of Interest to the pub ic. "Brevity is the soul of wit." remember We will not return rej cted manuscript, un less accompanied by postage stamps. CITY NEWS Best Milliners on earth—Mason's til, H. Lewis of the State Capitol force is taking his vacation this week. Mr. Samuel Davis has purchased Excel piano for his wife. Next week is our festival week, Seni-Om...

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 October 1901

i! A e» lie It- Is' om Theodora 'Roosevelt's Father. Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest American citizen who has ever been called to the head of our nation. He was born in New York City, October 27, 1868, his father, after whom he was named, being a prominent merchant, a patriot, a philanthropist, and a mov ing spirit in the Civil War. The elder Theodore Roosevelt went to Washing ton after the first Battle of Bull Run, and warned President Lincoln that he must get rid of Simon Cameron as Sec retary of War, with the result that Mr. Ctanton, the "organizer of vic tory," took his place. When the war was fairl7 under way, it was Theodore Roosevelt who organized the allotment plan, which saved the families of eighty thousand soldiers of New York State more than five million dollars of their pay and when the war was over he protected the soldiers against the sharks that lay in wait for them, and saw to it that they got employment. Through his influence the New York newsboys' lodging-house...

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 October 1901

*CS*100 BrnM SlOlk •Ph« readers of this paper will be leased to there is at least one dreaded disease that solenoe has been able to cure in all its ZtAires and that is Catarrh. Ralls Catarrh KIM is WE only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity., Catarrh being a constitu tional disease, requires a constitutional treat SSnl B*i Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, utins directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient •trenirtb by building up the constitution and twisting nature In doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative nowers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of TAdd?e8sF8J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a Bold by druggists 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Many a man looks insignificant when his wife Is with him. rlTS Permanently for Cured. No fit* or nerrou»ne«s I'I dar'a Uf* of Dr. Kline'* Great Nerve Restore...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 4 October 1901

1 Is.. A Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Alter Thirty Vears of Suffering. -*I suffered for thirty years with diar vkoeu and thought I was past being «nued," says John 4S. Holloway, Xfrcnuh Camp, Miss. "I had spent wtuoh time and money and suffered much that had given up all hopes *0oovery. I was so feeble from the -«sff ects of the diarrhoea that I could do jiso kind of labor, conld not even travel, tout by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlarn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and ter taking several bottles am entire ly cured of that trouble. I am so pleased with the result that I am anx Sous that it bo in reach of all who suf W" iec as 1 have." For sale by all Drug •fV-jgists.- 31110 & INDIANA HOME VISITOR'S ^Excursions. Via the BURLlNCrTON ROUTE, at very low ratea Tickets on «»le Sept. 17th & 24th, and Oct. 1st & or* on such dates od PRACTICAL ADVICE. JL stitch in time saves nine. Never let a child sob itself to sleep. An egg beaten up ia milk is a ...

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. — 4 October 1901

Chamberlain's of a 0f Cough Remedy a Great Favorite. t- The soothing and healiaff properties this Hemedy, its pleasant taste and oronipt and permanent cures have ude ifc £rL'at everywhere. bv /avorite with Pe°Ple It is especially prized mothers of small children for colds, ^roup and whooping cough, as it al ways affords quick relief, and as it con ttsias no opium or other harmful drug, it may he given as confidently to a bab/ as to an adult. For sale by all ^rufrgtets. The World's Wonder Indian Pile Cure! Sure euro for piles. Others have been cured, why not you? I have had remarkable success in effecting pile cures, guarantee from 1 to 3 boxes to cure any case of piles. Read the following testimonial: I have had piles for fifteen years. I have used all kinds of salves and had •two surgical operations performed without any permanent relief. I have been entirely cured by using Burnett's Pile Salve. R- GKNEVA, Meat Merchant, Oskaloosa, Iowa, April 8, 18110 Only 50 cents a box, or upon ...

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. — 4 October 1901

lie. 6p if in t?' S:l!? 1! L'" VP.s \nd ail' £-i\wi II 11 bad give,7\ I was so of the diarrhtf^'1! tid-Df labor/P^-i /accident 1 y. 1 V?**1© .y Vj"'" •. w., 1 £seeflp Xn .them average only one a Ijfcar fbrttbe entire country. i||, fchk Buskin commonwealth of social MiSta .a't Waycross, Ga., has failed, ac cording to a dispatch to the New York 2ps. Sun. Only three families remain, the others having departed for the North g| and West Their printing outfit is ad- vertlsed for sale and the land will go the same way. This.will wipe out the tast vestige of the colony, which went from Tennessee two years ago. The compliments of the Companion to fifteen millions of boys and girl3 who again take their seat3 in the schoolrooms and pick up their books! A most respectful bow to the four hun dred thousand teachers whose summer vacation should send them back to their sacred task with freshened energy and joyous enthusiasm! And three times three for the public schpols of America! A lively scrap be...

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. — 4 October 1901

!?6** had giv&>\' I was so of the diarrh -Xf labor, /accident \ottle of a tad Dia. 'W1 •"if' rt. State Bystander. KB FUB. CO IOWA. the hotels and res* Are expected to live i*m&ay the waiters re- aSliWds ol Holland arer so care ptttaged that the accidental 3n .them average only one a fWttye entire country. fthe Bus&dn commonwealth of social ist* at Waycross, Ga., has failed, ac cording to a dispatch to the New York Sun. Only three families remain, the others having departed for the North and West. Their printing outfit is ad vertised for sale and the land will go the same. way. This will wipe out the last vestige of the colony, which wenl from Tennessee two years ago. The compliments of the Companion co fifteen millions of hoys and girls who again take their seats In the schoolrooms and pick up their hooks! A most respectful bow to the four hun dred thousand teachers whose 3Uinmer vacation should send them back to their sacred task with freshened energy and joyous enth...

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. — 4 October 1901

w«f Wm. was oiler has. escri HI Da* aign tor, rro dy if CHAPTER III. The Castle Falls. We have already spoken of Pedro Juicisco, the wealthy planter, the lov ?ot Senorita Jacinta, and the confld 8t and agent of Ferdinand Gomez. irrancisco was a man about thirty of age, and had inherited from Jfather Spaniard of the type of Don Qarza. not only the broad lands at made him wealthy, but the fierce :d haughty spirit of the true Span- rd an(| te midst of miles of swamp and I, one high and dry ridge rose like it hog's back from the river to lands beyond the lagoons. les, who knew the geography and aphy of the country perfectly, jlected from the very first that back as the point on which to .fclalras. ..The Filibusters of Venezuela Orders, therefore, to Pedro Fran were to assemble a large force— any of their adherents as could ithered without arousing the sus of General Salvarez—on the ick to meet him and his fellow )iraUrs from the Turtle. ms therefore a strangely wild inimated scene that ...

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. — 4 October 1901

-. ." 8?' Cr T—"'"'1 of Senorita trii» hatred was !IS of of the republican govern- as strong an emotion in the Francisco Salvarez. the conspiracy with fervor •ccess of Philip of Aragon would lubly reward him. With Salvarez in Iwer he could not hope to win Jacin I If republican power was crush- I be would not only see his beloved lurt and courtiers, royal glory and iry pomp, but he would have Sal in his power and Jacinta should his. The plan of Gomez to begin the in the valley of the Coroni, and selection for their services. liese creatures were under the lm- 4te command of one Mattazudo, jf-breed, but not a Zambo. Matta- was half white, that is, Spanish, I'htlf Indian. He was shrewd, un jjous and cruel as Gomez could ^wished him to be. Moreover, he Unlimited sway over the Zambos. iieisco was wonderfully well in j|of events of which General Sal ine entirely ignorant. J-jjid received full instructions ti&nez and knew just when and •to meet the Turtle. Rn miles down the Orinoco fro...

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. — 4 October 1901

4, 1 III if1 f»i 000. ft I IS 5f:— IS L.' Iowa State Bystander# By llVSX.VNDEH PCB. CO. DES MO INKS, IOWA till DAY, OCTOBER •». RACE ECHOES. The colored people of Chester town, North Carolina, own and con trol property lo the amount of $35- One grocery store, jewelry shop, two ice cream saloons, two churches, two parsonages, and many of the people are striving to buy more property. There has been over A colored man has been made cap tain of the British schooner Sarah E. Douglsss. He is Capt. Robert G. Sawyer* of Eleuthera island, Bahamas. Capt. Sawyer was born in tho West Indies. In boyhood he followed the life of most colored boys in the Bahamas, which consit ed in diving for conch shells, sponges and fishes, arid owing to the geog raphy of the country, they spend the best part of their lives in small boats, crossing the rivers, bays and sounds which Jfoneycomb the island. Eighteen years ago the captain went to sea iu deep sea vessels. He educated himself and mastered mathematics s...

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 October 1901

I»7»- less 8i ff ."Vv'.1' 1 VOL. 8. STATE BYSTANDER. HID KVBRT TBIDAT BY THE BY8TANDKR 'Smso COMPANY, rimIAXV^LOCUST. BOOH 406 MABQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHOS* 809. nwnCJIAIi PAPBB OT Till AFBO-AJt BHICAH PRO ""'rMmvic ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. rrRLCIAL PAPMR or MM MOST WOBSHIPFUL CFBASD LODGK OF IOWA, A. V. & A. M. TBBMS OB SUB3CBIPTION. One year... -Harding Ice Cream is always best and suits the people. Phones 847. ",/ 762 Ninth street. Latest styles, lowest prices—Mason's I Mr. Arthur Scurry of Xenia, Ohio is here visiting bis relatives Mr. aid Mas. H. H. Lewis. He will remain indefi nitely. Will Walker returned home last Sun day frpm his Minneapolis visit—an East Side lady no doubt smiled. The Rehix Bros, of Minneapolis ar rived in the city Tuesday morning for a week's engagement at the Seni-Om -Sed. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of 17th Lyon, entertained Dr. A. 8. Ed wards and wife, J. L. Thompson and wife and Miss Cassie Spears at dinner last Sunday. A pleasant time was en joyed by all....

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 October 1901

h*1 2 mis .•?)- -f••. ®y« ^,::y?i-,'».°*, ^.waS ft:' K' ,V n- §1 :•". ., :.J& CHAPTER V. lfattazudo the Half-Breed In one of the most luxurious rooms of the Castle of Salvarez a tall, som feer-looking man, clad in a gorgeous *raifoftn, stood near a table, looking lown at a map of Venezuela, his long, ithln finger tracing the boundaries of Tjthe states, and his eye measuring the -distance from Bolivar to Caracas. On one side of him stood Ferdinand 3omez, on the other stood Don Juan •«Garza. "Your Majesty sees that we hold a unost important position," said Gomez. In the presence of others Gomez called the pretender by the royal titles. What he called him when they were -alone r*as the more familiar name of JPhilfp. The stranger raised his dark, burn -jlng eyes rested them on the face of Comes. "I see that we occupy a central posi tion," he said, "but on the wrong side of the Orinoco. We command here, perhaps but all the strength of the JRepublic and all her wealth are separ «le4 f...

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 October 1901

r.^, '.f' i." a who as TOn Bented Ife A •toi'jr is going the round* in'Lon don of literary spirant who re­ cently offered a aonnet to an editor with the accompanying' message: vnve tried to catch the Greek spirit: pay mo as liberalises you oan." m" feU r^jg ^te Dowager-Empress Freder ick once asked Bismarck to'bring her a elaas of water, andr as he hauded it to her, she said to a lady-in-wait iujr sat near: "He has cost me many tears as there are drops ID this glass." Once, while Daniel Webster was /peaking in the senate on the subject of internal improvements, the senate clock began to strike, but instead of striking twice at 2 p. m., it continued without cessation more than forty times. All eyes were turned to the clock, and Mr. Webster remained* si lent until it had struck about twenty, when he thus appealed to the ch^ir: "Mr. President, the clock is out of order! I have the floor 1" jn the 'seventies, -the artist, Anton Werner, was appointed to perpet uate the German imperial pr...

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