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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 9 October 1896

I & w- •f* |l v^- .• I Iowa State Bystander. riJUUBUED KVKBr FRIDAY BY THE BY BTANUKB PUBLISHING COMPANY. Off ice—316 .West Fifth St 0F7ICIAL PAI'EK OF THE AFRO-AMERICA.fr PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IdWA. OFFICIAL I'Al'EIl OF THE MOST WOB BHIPFUL UNITED QKANB LODGE OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yaor $1.60 Six montlii 75 Three month* All •ubscrlptlopg payable! E advance J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postotflce order, money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STAI BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications Einst be written on one •id* of the paper only and be of Interest to the publio. "Brevity 1B the *oul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage atauip«, 23T" All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, •to., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for ...

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. — 9 October 1896

Hi" ,*— CVTwI^TT*?., IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. HT BYSTANDER PUBLISHING (XX DES KOINES, IOWA Thr pun is a clown among jok*&, but fl woil iiiruod paradox is the polished comedian. Only two Chicago citizens liave gone crazy this week on the money ?s lion. Sop ihe train. Tlio most dangerous companion for youth is man who possesses plenty of brains i: no industry. Rome men hope to become famous by never doing anything tbat could reasonably be expected of them. The worst fooled man on earth is the one who supposes that a loud voice adds to the weight of an assertion. If the powder holds out John Bull may decide to continue his "march of civilization" from Dongola to Cape Town. Ben Bethel has left Caasville, Mo., for good, and therefore has lost his vote. He went, too, of his own free will, and, sad to say, took a sweet, inno cent girl with him. Ben had been in love with Minnie Davis, but her papa objected, whereupon he transferred his affections to Maude Hayes, whom he p.sked to marry him...

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. — 9 October 1896

1-4 .f} Foi| ^:ii «0l •y- WOMKN DISCOURAGED. Good and Sufficient Roasons for the Blues. Doctors lull to UndcrHand Symptoms Tliat Aro Danger Signals. a marked trait in woman's character is to place implicit confidence in her physician. A man must work entirely from the ory in the treatment of female diseases, for unfor tunately facts based upon actual knowledge, belong to the female sex alone. Many wo­ men who peri odically suf fer with gt tacks of faint ness, diz ziness, extreme lassitv.de, don't cure" or wunt-to-be-left-alone feeling, do not at first realize that these are the infallible symptoms of womb trouble and the forerunners of great Buffering. Soon they grow to feel that the doctor does not understand tneir case. Then they vcinombtv' that l, a woman best understand* a woman's ills,'' and to 1 in a •The following letter is but one posi tive illustration of this fact:— "Four years ago I began to suffer with great weak ness of the genera tive organs. My womb was pro lapsed I s...

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. — 9 October 1896

CITY NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 18%. Read our naw advertie ments ind then Patronize the firms rho advertise with us. j-Order your hats ui*tle—Masons'*. JE. Williams and Ben Lewis have Bjpened a barber shop in I'oungslown. Mr. Jackson's entertainment will be iven at Hibernian hall. Winter bonnet* arc l-eady—Mason's FOR SALE Cheap—A lot of slates for both wood and coal—Aborn house. Those who receive marked copiu please ',e*tt or send in your back pay. Mrs. Win. Mash bas gone to Kausaa City, Mo., to visit. Mr. has also jene to the e&iue place on his bicycle. Mrs. M. J. Pease's is the place for la.ll millinery at reasonable prices—405 East Sixth street. Mrs. Levi McDonald of 118 west Eighth street has been ill and is contined to her bed. Have )'on tried EUREKA Coal? If not, call at 4 It) West Serenth street, or 411 East Sixth street. Phone, No. 107. Mrs. K. T. Banks was able to be out to Mrs. Williams1 funeral last Tuesday. She is improving. COAL M1NERS' supp'ies at Bolton's Hardware s...

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. — 9 October 1896

BY BYSTANDER BBS ty thousand more nt to Cuba. To discover iue this process of pouring troop9 ba one has only to empty water leve and note what happen. STATE MSTUBBL THE NEWS if IOWA iWa SI PPI.KMKNT Td The IOWH Bystander. Friday. Out. it. Wlienever Danger Threatened the Country They Have Kallied to Its Support. HARD TIMES AND THE CAUSE. Employment of Labor in Mechanical industries and Not Debased Money is Needed. Whenever danger threatened our insti tution tlie farmer has always rallied to the support of his country. There is trood reason in this, in the fact that he owns the broad acres of our territory and is so identified with our institutions that protect him iu this ownership that his in terest is necessarily of a character to make him the safe conservator of our government's perpetuity, prosperity and honor. In the present campaign we are con fronted by an issue that affects every class of our citizens, hence, there is an interest in the outcome more intense than in any campai...

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. — 9 October 1896

IN II SILVER COUNTRY Condition of the Laborer and Business in a Land Where Free Coinage Exists. WHAT THE MEXICANS SAY, A Representative of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Tells What He Saw. ,!—.—- Since the free-silver people Uegan to point to Mexico as an ideal country where the free coinage of silver hud made everyone happy, contented and pros perous, there has been much written by men who had lived there and others. The reports, which were not flattering to the country, were denied by tho sil ver advocates and branded as lies. The silverites stoutly maintained that if lu hor was as well employed here as ia Mesico the great question of what to do with the poor would bo solved as there would be no poor. They claimed that in that country there was no Wall street that food, clothing and the necessities of life were cheaper that tlie nation 'was prospering as it never had before, and all on account of the free coinage of silver. The St. Louis Globe Democrat, wish ing to be jtist in the 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. — 16 October 1896

•si Iowa State Bystander. rUBLI8llKI KVKKY FRIDAY BY T11K BY- •TANDEB t'UULIBUma COMPANY. Office—316 West Fifth St. OFFICIAL PAriCU OF TUE AFRO-AMEKIOAM PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF I6WA. OrFIOIAI, FAPKB OF TUE MOBT WOB SHIPFUL UNITED GISAND LODGE OF IQW A, A. F\ A. M. TKR5J8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1.60 Six monthj 75 Three month* All •qbscrlptione pay ablet advanc* d. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR, d. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postoftlce order, money order, express or draft, to The Iowa Btaijh Bystander Publishing Company. Communications mnst bo written on one •Id* of the paper only and be of lntereat to the publlo. "Brevity in the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanlod by postage stamps. B-S?** -AH correspondence and communica tions miut be siguod by the persons writing the same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of ft cents per line for each insertion. Lists...

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 October 1896

IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING CO. IMS MOINES, IOWA Imagination is (o blame for most of the cowards that exist. Vew people appreciate how much of a burden they are to themselves. Happy is the man who thinks his possessions superior to those of otlier people. It is hard to make a loser see any good in gambling or a winner discover any harm. No man has a right to inconvenience the public by his methods of avenging private spites. The world is apt to wish yon well and let yon starve unless you do some mov ing on your own account. The proper way to live is to try to improve on what is. instead of lament ing about what might have been. A woman is never quite so happy as she is when lecturing a boy. no mat itr whether it does any good or not. In these days people seem to pay more attention to flash than to finish in estimating men and mercantile com modities. A Maryland man has just been mar ried for the fourth time. One more of fense and he is entitled to a wooden wedding ...

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 October 1896

'mwmM ir- •Ol .V •ii 1 •n ,''f,l \J 1 i?.l .Ji- X:. j! Thepopocrata appear lo have a mania fox-attributing all ills in our body poli tic, both real and imaginary, to the lack of free and unlimited coinage of silver. Among their numerous claims one of the boldest, perhaps, is that farm lands have depreciated in value along with the depreciation of silver bullion. As a matter of act. the decennial appraise ments or valuations of farm land and town and city real estate in the elate of Ohio show that Instead of the value going down there lias been a decided rise, proving that the assertions free silver advocate!) arc utterly raise on (his point as in other directions, liven If land values had depreciated since 187H it would not prove that the act of lhat year caused it, but when they have actually risen in value it com pletely refutes the free silver as sertion that because of the lack of free and unlimited coinage of silver land haa depreciated in value. The records of the state prove ...

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 October 1896

3K 3K Tt» KKUKKM KUOM TAX SAI.K. Of IOWA, I NS. XH:Vn\ I A..Ve «oy, Jji-wHor franklin iiud S. A. 4'oh arc That lioreliy nolitleO: Ttint rolk County. mi li day of ItoiiuiIxT, A. 1 181W. the I uk tUni-rllM"*! piopi'ity, MtUHted In bounty. lown, was solii for tlie tuxes var lSlKJ. wlth-lt property Is *lfs.-rllel SloWM. t»-ivll forty-nine Cot Inge addition to. ow forming a irl of tlic cil.v of l»cs ns, Iowii. tin- siune was. :il Midi sale, pur ity J. C. Springer. ami a tt-riltirali to Him ly the Treasurer of l'olk »ntv, lowa. stud ly tliv hjiUI S|»rlujt«r the litl&cnto was dxily assl«u«'il to J. H. illIIPH. and lie In now the owner ami holder ltd wrtlflrate, and the rlKlit of rertemp will oxpiro, and a Treasurer's deed for property will In- made. union* redeiup from mieh utile lie made within ninety from the completed servlee hereof. iwfol J. iv. inn.urs. holder and owner of snid cerlitlcnte. -JTIOK T( RKltKEM I'lioM TAX SA1.K. PATK OF IOWA, ss. A°V«Hfv, Lesser l'ranklln and S. A. I...

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 October 1896

I !F' Ti- i«: fe if* i"'- 1 f: A Iowa State Bystander. PUUU8UKD KVKltY FK1PAT BY THE BY BTANDRU PUBLlSHiNO COMPANY. Office—316 West Fifth St7~ OFFICIAL PAPEK OF.THE AFRO-AMERICA* I'BOTEOTtVE ASSOCIATION OF t6WA. OFFICIAL PAPKIl OF THE M08T WOB BHIPFUL UNITED Git AND JL0D6B OF IOWA, A. r. A A. M. TERM8 OF StJBSCIUPTIOH. One y«ar $1.60 Six month* 79 Tbreo months Oft All tubacrlptloas payable! aflv&nct J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Sand money by postotHce order, money order, express or draft, to THE IOWA STA^B BTSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications innst be written on one •lde of the poper only and bo of Intere«tto the public. "Brevity is tbe aoul of wit," remember. Wa will not return rejected manuscript unless accompaniod by postage stamps. All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing the same, AH entertainments. concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission foe is chanted, will be published at the rate of 5 ceuts per lin...

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 October 1896

IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. MY li VST ANDES PUBLISH INQ (MX DI8 MODTBS, J0WA -Selfish interests would warp til! Imignioii! of Solomon. Nothing really looks quite so ridicu lous as a vulgar person in stylish clothes. Tho man who lets his troubles eou trol his mouth is a heavy addition to the troubles of other people. "Li Hung Chang likes us, but he wait fcti until he was safely on the other aide before he ventured to say so. There are people of such intense- per sonality that they imagine others are interested in the fact that they ariso early in the morning. A Philadelphia hoy smoked cigar ettes on a wager, against time. It took him only half an hour to absorb pois on enough to kill him. He died in a few hours. Death followed as surely ns if a deadly weapon had been used. It is none the less suicide when a fatal result follows a longer use of cigarettes. Such suicides are not rare. Iusane asy lums and graves bear witness to the in sidious and destructive power of this habit. In a recent l...

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 October 1896

W*P JlUJTIl 01 FICTION? E E S I O N W I W O I E I E IN O E A N N E S I E J'rovcn I niloiildodly True by 11 t'riidical Tost A||)!lcil (.(x illy lo uns of liimney'8 ltcst known iiikI l£ospi'i'tnl I.iiillCH—A Slnuiyo Story Kasily frilled IClglit Hero at Homo Proves tlint ''Trstlmo iilnls" arc not. 1'ukcs—Mrs. Klliotl'x Story CHnclicr. From the B:inucr, liussoy, Iowa. Tlio greiti jneitry with wliieli our at ti'ntioii luv been nitraded to cortain arti cles, whichgenerally go tho rounds of all tho lending newspapers, Ims caused us to wonder and sjo *ulnte !i great deal as to why 110110 of tliexo things novor happened to occur nearer homo and finally our inter est and wonder grow to suc-li a pitch that knowing a cerltiiu lad.v in Hussey to he a regular piirchiiser of 1'ink l'ills for some thing over two yours. 1 reason of tho fact that sjlio had iiIm) induced oi"* own wifo to give it a trial, with very henchcial results, we at last doiv rjnine I to put lio .natter to tlio test and see if t...

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 October 1896

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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. — 30 October 1896

Iowa State Bystander. fUBLIBHKD KVEEtr FRIDAT BT THE BT 8TANDKB PUBLISUIN« COMPANY. Off ice—31 6 West Fifth St. 0V7ICIAL PAPER OP TUB AFBO-AMEMCAK PBOTEOTIVB ASSOCIATION O* L6WA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TUX» MOST WOB- BmrruL UNITED GKAND LODW or IOWA, A. F. A. II. TIBMB OF 8UBSC1UPTI0K. One year tl.60 Blx months 78 Three months All tq^aprlptlotig payable! advanct J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bead money by postotfice order, money order, express or draft, to IOVA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. ,'National Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM MCKINLEY, OF OHIO. FOR VICE.1'KKSIDRNT GARRETT A. If you havo not registered remember that Saturday is the last day. Good winter liats—50 cents—Mason's Remember the last republican rally will be held tomorrow night. Say, if you all want the best coal—order it of Redhead, at the coal palace. Sixth ifyenue. Voters if you have rot registered jet be sure and register Saturday. The Colored republican rally last Tues day eclipsed all forner ef...

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. — 30 October 1896

and Joinos S&CLTAL'. Ssf BV BYSTANDEU PUBLISHING 00. D£S MOIKES, IOWA 'IMu* woman who hesitates geuerallj •nils by lofciiiK her temper. Habits of helplessness are the eas iest to acquire and the hardest to dis card. People who cannot adapt themselves to conditions are nure machines with an ability to grumble. Man has crossed the divide when It occurs to him that there is no use try ing to save any money. It te harder to keep up a good repu tation than a bad one, and always will be until charity has a stronger hold on the world. When a man is not to some extent under the influence of a woman he be comes cither vicious or foolieh, and sometimes both. The window-glass trust has been chattered and the promoters are now engaged in the cheerful occupation of picking ihe splinters out of their fin gers. Three hundred men styling them selves the Horse-Thief Detective asso ciation held a convention in Warsaw, Ind., last week. The decorations were doubtless rope and dead boughs. According...

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. — 30 October 1896

•:. Il. l&\: vas 8 STUB ENDS OF THOUQHT. Kin causes more trouble than whis ky. Most women talk faster than thoy think. If you got a particularly poor pencil, you will nover lose tl. When some people are not nice, they can look as though they aro. Everyone la looking for some on® Who will think ho la always right How many pretty girls there are, and how wretchedly poor they are! Men'a clothes often look elouchy, tut thoy are not liable to fall off. By the time a man is able to buy all lie wants to eat, he has no etomach. Men who are In business as partners, 'are as sure to quarrel as man and wife, No girl whose hair is naturally curly should complain of her environments. As a woman geta older, sho begins to pay more attention to her present ments. No college graduate ever became old enough to forget all his college fool ishness. Nothing pleases a man so much as to be coaxed to do a thing he wants to do, anyway. If the devil will Just burn him, and find no fault, a man won't mind ...

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. — 30 October 1896

Kalil TO ltKHKKM FKOM TAX SAI.K. r»K mwA. hs. '11' .NT Y. I ,(. A. Vo sey. I.ewior franklin and S. A. You iu'v in'ioii.N Jmilfiod: Timi dm |Utl lny of llooeuibt'V, A. 1). IMKt, the ilutr (liwrlb'Kl property. *1 tun led lit County. Imvii, wan soltl fur the taxi'* ycur l.sit!, whirh prolH-rly Is (iesi-rlbed follows, to wit: (jpt forty-nine (4i'i. foliage adi^Uou to. Ilfl now i'oi'lilhiK a purl of till- eity of lef loincs, Villi County, li\v i. That it"' Minn- was. nl such wilt', pur EscUtlsi'd by .1. •'. Springer. ami cerlitlcnle Ofcsucti to lilm by the TiviiMiri'r of folk JCiMtntw Iowa. and liy tlie isntd .Springer the 'rcrtiflonte was duly ansij,Hio.l to J. H. VftilllipH. nnd ho is now the mviu'r and liolilei •?*»f «mid certificate, ami tli'1 rid'" }'f •'''"''"J1'" Vtion will expire. and Treasurer deed for ?*nld property will bo mad- unless n-deuip t^Alon from ^iH'li su 1 be made within lilnet} ilays from tho completed Vo lion from such sale lawful holder and 'or phh'ups l,nwful hol...

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 November 1896

BIRD CROW! McKinley has triumphed and the Country is Free Let the Echoes King from Sea to Sea PuPUOA'l't: loi'RSEU'" AND CROW Crowi Oaliforniii. Delaware, Iowa, .Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, Rhode Island,j W. Virgin in, New York. I -i 'he Voice of the People Is Heard! peaks a a CROW ng For Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Wisconsin Crowing For An Honest Dollar! For Prosper ity! For a Divided South! For a Republican House of Ilepreren tatives, and Thomas B! Keed, the Speaker of it! LAST TUESDAY'S ELECTION. It has been 110 years since the organization of this government and the first piesident of the U. S. was electod. Twenty-eight elections have come and gone and our republic still lives. The elec tion held hist Tuesday will rank near the head in its magnitude, earnestness and enthusiasm. It ^reminds one of the campaign of 1840, vvliyn Harrison and Tyler ^defeated Van Buren for re-election. The Harrison and Tyl...

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 November 1896

IOWA STATE BI3TANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING OO. DBS MOINES, 10W1 ?WBW JLaws that are not needed drag t&oae wiieh are into disrepute. When bank robbers try to escapo on bicycles ibey generally got tired. If men and women were not Imita tive animals there would bo no fash Ions. It is not so much tho size of his place as the way ho fills it that reflects credit on a man. The ovidenc© seems to 6how that Mrs. Castlo is another victim of un conscious assimilation. As an abstract proposition each man thinks he is the only individual on earth that knows how to treat a wom an properly. The balloon sleeve is to go, but the chances are that the eight or ten yards of cloth will be uged in some other part of the fashionable costume. When his eighth daughter arrived last week an Iowa editor, chronicling the event, remarked: "Everything ap pears to be coming our way." -George Roatch of Kalamazoo couldn't wait for the election so he cut his throat. The only explanation found in the telegranai...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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