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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 July 1897

uX.-I •'i^K ... '^1 S 9* THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. BY FRANCIS SCOTT KEY. O say, can you sec, by tlic dawn's early I light, ... What so proudly we liail'il at the twi light's last gleaming— Whoso broad stripes and bright stars, through the clouds of the fight, O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming! And the rocket'a red glare, the bombs bursting in air, S' Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? On that shore dimly seen through the mists of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As it fitfully blows, now conceals, now discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morn ing's first beam, in full glory reflected now shines on k- the stream 'TIs t'le star-spangled banner 0 long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the homo of *i. ifcrave! fl And where is that hand who so...

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. — 2 July 1897

viii/ifo V.vWiv.WA»'-• JSpffW?! FRIDAY, JULY 2, RACE ECHOES. The aspiring colored man should rid himself of the notion that his only hope of success lies in getting a place held by some other Negro. —The American. If the worthy gentlemen who are now engaged in the pastime of "starting "newspapers," enjoy that kind of sport, no one should interpose any serious objections. Let them have all the fun they want.—Colored American, When will the lynching of col ored men cease? Christains we have a need to pray, if God is not for us, wc are lost in this life and the life to come. We must do something to retard this wholesale lynching of our young men.—The Reformer. Negroes who have been appoint ed to office by President McKin ley are H. P. Cheatham, ot North Carolina, recorder of deeds Na* than T. Velar, postmaster at Brin ton, Pa. R. A. Iludlin, post master at Clinton, Mo. W. F. Powell, of New Jersey, minister to Havti. The few freo traders left in the democratic party are in a state ot di...

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 July 1897

Iowa itate Bystander J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Four Good Barber*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPEB. CITY NEWS Mrs. C. W. Ileniy who lias been some what ill, is improving. Miss Maude, W'atkins of Albany, Mo is expected to visit Des Moines, soon. Mrs. R. Wilburn. alio has just returned from a visit with her daughter in AI bin, reports a pleasant time. Chester Hnss an his sister Miss Maple, of Clivc, spent Sunday in our city* the guests of Mrs. S. Bass, on Sixth avenue. Hear Hooker T. Washington, Monday evening at the Chautauqua meeting. Mrs. H. l'ergusion. who has been visiting her sister, Lena Reed, left this week for. Kansas Citv. to reside. J. W. Thompson, wlio worked in the legislature last winter lias returned to our city, from l'eoria, ill. lie will probably remain here. Miss Nettie Wood, who is spend ing the summer in Mahaska county, visiting friends, reports a pleasant time, and may not return home be fore next Sept. Remember the fishing party that will leave...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 July 1897

MW*,. Bti So 'l DES xonns, 1H &<• is If R1 Pv •*:"i"f- Sst:'"• IOWA STATE BYSTANDEL BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING OIK IOWA SULTAN INVITES WAR. Ucslre Eiprmtd to Send More Turkish .. Troop* to Crete. LONDON, July 13.—The sultan con tinues to be wily and stubborn. A nothcr proposal has been made by the porte that astouislics the powers. The proposal is that permission be Riven to send additional Turkish rc cnforcements to Crete. The argument udduced by the sultan ia favor of this plan is that conditions are such that more soldiers are necessary to quiet ttic growing disorders and to protect the Mohammedan population. Of course the answer of the* oowers has been against this project. They have told the sultan that his plan is not only unwarranted, but would create further irritation in Greece and among the Christian nations of Europe. The most significant fact connected with Lite nfFair, however, is that it is taken to indicate that the sultan dues not intend to yield in rerard to the...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 16 July 1897

81TT1N0 AND 6INOE1NO. #iia OrNtnl Daalr* 1 th» Buj Mu In Ik* Hot WwthHi and How Ho Accompllihad It* Sitting at one's desk, singeing In the fizzling Auguat heat which fre quently comes in July or June, one's .thoughts turn to something far more 'desirable, and one's ambition and de termination, after the first four or live days of it, Is to get away and find the longed-for coolness and escape from care as well. Having at length sens ibly concluded that it is better to work well ten or eleven months In the year and rest and recuperate the balance of jthe time, the next thing Is to determine •what part of the universe we will grace with our presence. The west is ever a drawing attraction for those living in the eastern or middle sec tions, and now come remembrances of stories our friends have told us about the beauties and grandeur of Colorado and the Rocky mountains. Slyly there ^creeps into the imagination a gurgling jrook and we decide to try our skill jM, casting a fly on its riffl...

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 July 1897

J^-f Ev U^5v.'.' ft .- -V 1» 4fs.f'W \b FRIDAY. JULY 16. The American Ntrgro's Atti tude and conduct Toward ', His Fellow Man &$ I see Them. Much of the eccentricity ot the Negro's social attitude and bad conduct are strained They are neither natural nor genial to him. He desires the friendship and good will of all men and to live fr.endlv and sociably with all in return, and when he can not enjoy the reciprocation ot this normal social order he is greatly grieved, liin dred and confused. For centuries past the social ostracism which he received at the hands of his fellow brother, or man, of other race varieties, retarded his life's pro gress, and added more materially his temporal hell than any other element of his environments. The Negro always wanted to think, and know now that all other men are just as good by nature as he is, but no better, and it is his desire to have it so, he does not only know and desire this, bnt wherever an opportunity is afforded him he acts in accor...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 July 1897

yr 1 11 VOL. 4. fowa late lyslandcr J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Fo«r ilood lt»rlicr#. Cigars Md Laundry Office Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DES MOINCS, IOWA. Children's HAik Cutting a Specialty. Everything kiiist-clars. L'moEs MODERATE. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Miss Daisy Hannan is on the sick list this week. Frank Smith left this city for Waterloo, la., with company A. Rev. Johnson, of the Baptist church, has just returned from the eastern part of the state, where he has been in the in terest of his church. Quite a number of young people at tended the pavilion dance given on last Thursday night, at Grrenwood park, by the Woods brothers and others. A good time was had. Don't forget that we are closing out our Screen doors and Windows, and can save you money. Dawson's Hardware, Fiftli street. Mr. B. J. Holmes will leave Fri day to visit a few days with her mother who is in Colfax visiting her daughter Mrs. Phillips....

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 July 1897

t# i» f. I M' -WMSIAJ* .VWU w*v9* 5K & IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DZ8 XODTBB, IOWA (JONOBtSSIONAL, SUN AT* Washington, July Hi.—An Agreement tns reportel 0:1 tho deficiency hill, except ing tlio price to be paid for armor plate. Tho report was adopted and further oou loronco ordere 1. A lou£ secret session "vas hold, after wh.'ch adjournment wa/ akeu. IIOLSE. The house to-day agresl to the partial conference report on the general deficiency bill, and then concurred in the senate amendment fifing the limit of cost of armor plate for the three battleships now building at $300 per ton. SENATE. Washington, July IT.—Senator Morgan of Alabama occupied most of the day in support of the Harris resolution relating to tho Union Pacific railroad. He severely arraigned the executiro officials connected ith a sal* of the government's interest in the road. Pinal action on the resolution was not reached. noi'SE. It also authorizes the president to enter in to negotiation...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 July 1897

Vbn'4 um 1 First NJghter—"Whati Every Beat taken?" Ticket Seller—"Every one but there will be plenty after the lint act—I saw a rehearsal." F.ducatlona Attention of the reader is called to the announcement of Notre Dame uni versity in another column of this paper. This noted institution of learning en ters upon its fifty-fourth year with the next session, commencing Sept. 7, 1897. Parents and guardians contemplating sending their boys and young men away from home to school would do well to write for particulars to the Uni versity of Notre Dame, Indiana, before making arrangements for their educa tion elsewhere. Nowhere in this broad land arc there to be found better facil ities for cultivating the mind and heart than are offered at Notre Dame Uni versity. RAM'S HORN. 1 You may lose your temper, but oth ers will find it. What an Immense amount of lazi ness there is going on by the name of poor health. Th® man who does the shouting is often willing to let somebody else do til the work...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 23 July 1897

1 FRIDAY, JULY 23. wealthiest colored woman in Geogia being worth $00,000 in her own right. Montgomery, Ala., has the largest Afro-American Baptist congregation in the world, known as the Columbia Street Baptist church. It has a membership ot 4,000. The pastor isllev. A. J. Stokes.—Columbus Chronical. Mr. Isaiah W. White, a eolored mail carrier of Augusta, Ga., who is one of the oldest carriers on the force in point of service, has been elected a delegate to the National Association of Letter Carriers which holds its seventh annua) session in San Francisco, Cal., next September. John S. Durham, ex-minister to Hayti, was married at Philadel phia, July 2. to Miss Constance Mackenzie (white), late director of the Kindergartens of the Board of Education of that city. Thus the prejudice of race slowly yields to the obliterating ravages oftime. While both of the above parties will be criticised for their choice, sound reason will wish them long life and happiness.—The States man. Among th...

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 July 1897

y" ," iowa State Bystander J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. I'oar flood Birkrm. Cigar* aid I»un«lr)' OIRre Wilson I Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINCS, IOWA. CHILDREN'^ HAIII CUTTING a Specialty. EVSRY THING FIRST-CI.ASS. PRICES MODERATE. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS The old settlers picnic is one week from yesterday. Miss Maud Morton will leave in a lew days to visit friends in Ottamwa. Mrs. Delia Abbe)- has secured her divorce and assumed her old name, Miss Delia Comely. Mr. Wm. Smith left Monday for Waterloo and other Iowa towns to be gone several weeks. Mrs. Alice Newton, who has been working lor R. N. Hyde, this ipring and summer, as his book-keeper, will leave to visit her mother, in Burlington. Mr. David Barnes, of Grimes, has been very sick for the past few weeks, but at this writing is improv ing. The Old Settlers extend a cordial invisation to all the Sunday school children to attend their annual pic nic next Thursday, at...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 July 1897

fss1 Vlv IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING (XX DEB MOOTES, IOWA CONGRESSIONAL, SBKATB Washington, July 33.—The early part of the day was consumed by speeches on the tariff report by Teller, White and Pettus. Allen declared there was corruption in the vote of Ohio, Illinois and other states last fall. Foraker denied it and a bitter colloquy followed, one of the most heated of the session. An agreement was reached that a vote on the tariff bill will be taken at 3 p. m. to-morrow. SENATE. Washington, July 24.—After addressei ly Allen, Burrows, Caffery, Morgan and Stewart, a vote was taken on the tariff bill, which passed. 40 to 30. The affirmative vote was cast by thirty-seven republicans, one democrat (McEnery). one silver repub lican fjones of Nevada), and one populist iStewart i. The negative vote was cast by twcnty-eiglit democrats and two ixpulists, (Harris nnd Turner). By a vote of :.i'i to 20 the senate adopted a resolution for Anal rejournment at it p. in. A message...

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 July 1897

1 1 *..!J lUfcJ —a .. .. •*4* ^WYT* "Hswjr- 4' W MIRACULOUS MUD. FOUND AT THE INDIANA MIN ERAL SPRINGS, IND. Core* Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, Blood, Skin and Nervoa* DliMtM— Big Hotel Has Been Erected and People Are Journeying There from All Over the Country to Bathe In the Hud. A deposit of most remarkable mud discovered in Indiana, has of recent years been attracting wide-spread at tention. It is located at the Indiana Mineral Springs, Warren county, and has been formed by the action of the water from the famous Magno-Lithia springs. Through countless ages tha foliage of magnificent oaks on the hill side has annually fallen into a basin, and has been reduced by nature into a puro black earth unmixed with roots, stones or sand. The water from the big spring for thousands of yearB haa been soaking this deposit and saturat ing it with mineral salts, until now there Is a layer of medicated mud abcut two acres in extent and from ten to twenty feet in thickness. The strange medicinal ...

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 July 1897

ir br Iff 3^&Cf! FRIDAY, JULY 30. V_ OSKALOOSA BRIEFLETS. Sp! siatt*.- prPresiding-elder Bundy spent a few hours in the city Tuesday, while enroute to Newton It. F. IJoggettnnd wife, of Colo, were Oskaloosa visitors Sundays Miss lvittbroiigh returned from Ottnmwa Thursday last, where she had been visiting relatives. [|v Eugene Burnett, of Kansas City, has taken the place of Bellman, at the Birdsali hotel. 5^ Mis. M. II. Ila/.zard was unex pectedly called home from a visit with relatives at Colfax on account of an accident that happened her little son. lie fell into a pan of boiling water and his condition tor a time it was quite serious. The Rev. P. 1'. Taylor, of Ot tnmwa, assisted Rev. YV. A. Bruce of the A. M. E. church, at the quarterly meeting Sundaj'. His evening sermon was highly appre ciated. Rev. Burton of Wesley chapel, assisted during the ser vices of the afternoon. G. W. Black has opened a new barber shop under the Van Yliet place, near the Iowa Central Sta tion. lie...

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 August 1897

i^ lowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVEBT MUD AT BT THE ®Y 8TANPEB PPBLMBIM COMPAWY. OFTICIAIJ PAPER OP THE AFBO-AMEBTOAV PBQTECTIVK ASSOCIATION QT IBWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE HOST WOB* BIIIPFUL UNITED 3 BAND LOME OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TERMS OF 8UBSCBIPTIO*. One year 91.M Six month* 75 Three montba 19 _AH labsoriptloSI ... J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postoiilce order, none? arder, expres* or draft, to TBI IOWA 8TIQ BTSTANDER Publishing Company. Communication* mnst be written on one side of tbe paper only and be of interest to the public. "Brevity i* the eoul of wit," remember. WQ will not return rejected manunoript units* accompanied by poetage atamp*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. KOIII' .'(0(1 ItUt'lMTS. Cigar* and L.KIIMLI (IFLLIF I Barton's Barber Shop. COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DES MOINES, IOWA. ('HM.DHKN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specially. KVEHY Tmxc FIHSTOI.ASS. 1'ltliTS MOUKRATK. CITY NEWS Mrs. J. W. He wet t. left Wednesday morning for llnntsville, M...

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 August 1897

S$l fttfc- ilOWA STATE BYSTANDER. II' 7BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING 00. DES MOINES, L?V. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fc IOWA FAILURES ARE SMALL. .The Showing for the Put Month li Remarkably Good One. NEW YOHK, August 8.—R. G. Dun & Co/s Weekly Review of Trade says: Four years ago, August 5, 1893, the first number of Dun's Review was issued, with failures in that month amounting to over $00,000,000, while in the month just closed failures have been only §7,117,727, the smallest in any month since 1802. The statement of failures by classes of business for July and for forty-six months shows that in manufacturing failures have been smaller than in any month of the entire period, in trading smaller than in any other month except cne, and in many branches than in most months of which records exist. Last month was the first for four years of which the value of business reported by clearings house was larger than in the same month of 1800, and the tele graphic dispatches from all parts of the country g...

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 August 1897

MISSED A FORTUNE. There were no woods, or even trails, save those made by the grizzly and the blacktail the Frazer and Thomp son were cruel streams ice cold and full of terrible rapids and eddies. But when did danger deter the gold seek er? The army of red-shirted, big booted dare-devils pressed on until Caribou and its rich placers had been reached. Hundreds died on the way disease and privation played sad havoc with the survivors but the rewards were in a few cases beyond the dreams of avarice, and the dogged fellows con tinued to work like heroes all through the short northern summer with rocker and long Tom. ravishing the rich bars of the wealth they had accumulated during the lapse of aeons. Wages were $25 a day, paid in gold dust. It was fcarely a living pittance. Everything had to be carried over 400 miles of rough trail on men's shoulders, as the country produced nothing, after the game had been driven away, except gold dust—but of that there was great store. Potatoes cost $...

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 August 1897

|W? p„^ h, if •b W* •&&»<• Jfc Ik. S* *. 4i FRIDAY, AUG. 13, COLORED SO JVC WRITERS ll has been well said that "Music Chaiiiietli the Ear, uiid Appealeth to the Heart.'" It is the '-Harp String of God." Music is one of the greatest arts in ad vanced civilization, A few years ago the Negro race had but very few song writers but now some of tbe most popu lar sou£58 in the 1irst-cla»s theaters and gardeus of New York, Chicago, Philadel phia are written by colored composers. Below the Bystander gives you a clipping taken from the St. Louis Globe Democrat. The Globe Democrat had clipped the two column write-up from the Boston Tran script, by Jolin Edward Bruce. Paste this in your scrap book. The brass bands and piano organs in nearly all of our large cities are icgaling the public with popular and catchy airs, soiue of which are the productions ol negroes, who are winning distinction as elever-song writers. Many of the most popular songs now sung on the vaudeville stage and in...

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. — 20 August 1897

0^ &• VOL. 4. Iowa State Bystander. rDBUSBKD KVBBT VKtDAT BT T« BT* •TAKpM Fimmgnf OOMMJCT. OFTICIAL PAFBB or THB AFBO-AMBBIOAir PBOTBCTITB AS80CIATI0IT OT UWA. WtlOlAh FArXB OF U1 MOMT W0« •HIFrUX. UHITBD (BAUD LOMB OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TBBMI OF S1HMCBIFTI0*. On* j—f W-S® Cllz month® 71 ChrM montba W A" anbacflnttona parablat a adranca J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Sand money by poatotfica ordar, moaay ardar, axpraaa or draft, to Tn IOWA Bri.fi •TITANOH Publbhing Company. Communication! mnst ba writtan on OM •Ida of tba papar only and be of lntaraatto tka publlo. "Bravity la tba aoul of wit," ramainbar. Wa will not raturn rejected manuscript ulaaa accompanied by poataga stampa. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Four Wood Burlier*. Cigars and I.auudi7 Ofllce Wilson larion's Barber Shop, t'OR. FIFTH AND LOCTST STS OES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTTING a Specially, EVERY THING FIRST-CLASS. 1'HICKS MODERATE. CITY NEWS Announcement. ED I O S BVSTANDEK:—Please W. H. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 August 1897

•11 *A vvr V. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING (XX SXS MOINES, IOWA A BOMB FOR M. PAURE. Great Sensation on the Fresllenl Departure. PARIS, August 19.—President Faurc departed yesterday on a visit to the czar at St. Petersburg'. Ten minutes After his departure, a koinb exploded ttloag the route followed, and although jno damage was done and nobody was hurt, the most intense excitement ^prevailed for a long time afterwards and sensational reports had it that those who exploded the bomb intended in crime of a more serious nature. The report caused a panic in the neighborhood and all sorts of wild stories were circulated, based on ,statements attributed to anarchists, !that their next effort would be an Attempt upon the life of M. Fame. FIELD BREAKS RECORD. l-nitrd llw Served Longer than Any States Supreme Justice. NEwYorot, Aug. 17.—Associate Jus tice Stephen J. Field, of the Supreme Court of the United States, has brok en the record for continual service on the Federal supreme bench, having s...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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