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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 August 1897

*t i. *LvfS ),#,•,' STRAIGHT TIM. 'After wit is everybody's wit. Rubness is the plrot of Injury. A careless sentinel Is a mark Inviting foe. "Who serves himself alone is ty rant's slave. Censure Is a tax paid by man for prominence. Danger expected long Is always met not too late. Education polishes good dispositions and corrects bad ones. She Wns Fly. '•You want a keepsake that -will always reiuind you of me?" she said. •'I do, darling," he said tenderly. "What's the matter with myselft" she whispered. There will be a wedding shortly. Hut a SInglo Clock. AVifey—You came home very late last night Hubby—1 looked at the clock when I caine in and it was only 1. Wifey—I didn't say you were full I said you were late. Try Allen's Foot Ease. A powder to bo shaken into thft shoes. At this season your feet feel swollen and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cool3 the feet and makes walking easy. Curos and prevents swollen and sweatin...

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. — 20 August 1897

8 If Li i: 7 I P* ¥R FRIDAY, AUG. 20, A GOOD MAN HAS 1\ A WAT. XSSED Bishop James C. Embry of the A. M. E. Church, passes qui etly away at his residence in Philadelphia, last Wednes day morning. Bishop James Crawford Kmbry, twenty-fifth Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal chuch, died at bis residence in the city of Philadel phia, Wednesday morning, August nth, eight o'clock. Bishop James C. Kmbry was born in Illinois, and acquired an ordi nary education, which he improved upon by hard study. He bccame Elder in the Kansas 'Conference of the A. M. E. church, and filled the ottice of Commissioner of Education, was afterwards chosen Financial Secretary of the church, both posi tions he filled with credit to himself and satisfactory to the connetion. At the General Conference of 1881, lie was chosen as one of the dele­ gates to the Ecumenical Council at London. For twelve years he filled the office of General Manager of the A. M. E. Book Concern, and put up the present handsome bui...

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. — 27 August 1897

1 1 1 ', \$ iowa State Bystander. FUBUBBBD KVBBY HUD4.Y »T THX BT •TANDXB PUBUSSINE OOMFAKY. OrriCIAL PATEB OF THX ATBO-AMBBIOAB PBOTEOTIVK ASSOCIXTIOir OFFICIAL PAPKB 09 TKBM8 lAWA. or TBB MOST woa- BHIPFUL UNITED «BAin LOBTT or IOWA, A. r. A. u. or aPBSCHIFTIO*. On* JHT Il.so Six months 70 Three months W PMTJDFLRT ADVANCE J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poatolBce order, money erder, express or draft,- to Tax IOWA STATX BTSTANDBB Publishing Company. Communication! mnst be written on eide of the paper only and be of Interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript anlesi accompanied by rostage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIH CUTTING a Specially. EVJSHY THING FIBSTCI.ASS. PnicKS MODERATE. CITY NEWS Announcement. EDITOKS BYSTANDKIIPlease an nounce that 1 will be a candidate for re nomination for the office of sher ft", sub ject to the wi...

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. — 27 August 1897

i^SS y. P1 •m IOWA STATE BYSTANDER. BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING OCX SESMOIHS8, IOWA Others see our faults as plainly as we see ttaeirs. If you would not be known to do a thing, never do It. The man who plows deep makes the right kind of a prayer for good crops. To save all trouble Judge Jackson might-enjoin the coal from remaining longer in the mines. A man of figures says one pound of wool will produce one yard of cloth. It will also produce 1,587,963,204 words which are called congressional (it bate. "As Joaquin Miller sees it" is the headline over the poet's letter from the Alaskan gold fields. And when you read the letter you know Mr. Miller naw it through a dictionary. A remarkable discovery has been made in Connecticut. By an error in the statutes it is almost impossible to punish a man for bigamy. It is not a crime for a man to be married to more than one woman so long as he does not live with his wives. Who knows but the members of the legislature intended to have the law read j...

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 August 1897

APV1CB TO FARMERS. Twmpn mi* Amt*(MU Way to Ml farm Product** I Th« Independent Bhippers of grain to Chicago begin to realize that they have a common obstacle to surmount The professional grain shippers over a dozen big states tributary to Chicago number an army. Many of them have 'grown rich from the farmers' wagons by a 25 years' stay at their stations. Some of them have private banks, some have bought farms, all are pros perous. This house has not a word against these people. It is not doing business with them. It is doing busi ness with an army of farmers. It has given ^producers the best practical help since the railroads made the big central markets possible. If 10,000 farmers have discovered that they have no further use for 1,000 country grain buyers, they have a per fect right to go past them, fill their own cars, and ship their own grain. Many years ago farmers discovered that the old reaper and the old double shovel one-horse corn cultivator were too slow. They left them ...

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 August 1897

F. *r FRIDAY, AUG. 27, 8? I1 lr r&. 1 RACE ECHOES. %B gi*! The facts were communicated to the faculty, which body in secret session decided to allow the girl to receive her diploma with her class. She has been known as one of the most beautiful young women who ever attended the great in stitution of learning and even now women who received her in their homes as their equal do not deny her beauty. At the reception on Founder's Day, Philalethian Day and the other holidays of the col lege year none of the fair students was more eagerly sought by the men from Vale, Harvard and the other universities who attended thes events. Her tellow-student8 called her "the beautiful brunette." Her manners were those ot a person ot gentle birth, and her intelligence and ability were recognized alike by her classmates and protessors. Her skin was dark, but not swar* thy. Her hair was black, but straight as an Indian's, and she usually gathered it in a knot at the back of her head. Her eyes were co...

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 September 1897

le Capital Historical Rooiu iowa State Bystander. HJBI.ISHED EVKBT FLUDAT BT TBI BT STANDEE PUBLIIQ1NC QOMFAHY. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THB AKBO-AMKBICAir PROTKCTIVK ASSOOIATIOM OF idWA. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THB KMT WOFT BHIPFUI. UNITED 0BATTD LOBM OF IOWA, A. F. A. M. TKBMS OF SUBSCBIPTIO*. One year 91.G0 Blx month« 78 Three months __AH ajLb§erIptl«ij payable a advance J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Seud money by postotilce order, soDtf order, express or draft, to Tut IOWA BTI^I BYSTANDER Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on one side of the paper only and be of lntereftto the public. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Pour ooil ll.'irlicrs. CigarN and [.sundry OFFLFE 1 ilson Barton's Barber Shop, coil. FIFTH AND LOCUST 8TS.. DES MOINES, IOWA. Cnn.iiiiKN's HAIR CUTTING a Specially. EVKIIV THING FRR.ST-CL.ASS. PKICKS MODERATE. CITY NEWS Mrs. Lewis B...

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 September 1897

!K» s&1" vX- I /. E&5 & 'I WA STATE BYSTANDER. WB BY BYSTANDER FDBL18H1N0 0& Ci !w SIS X0DTS8, IOWA sBsam HUNDREDS ARB DEAD. XAndslidM and Floods Do OrMt D*ai|« In Part« of Japan. VICTORIA, B. C., Sept. 2.—The steamer Empress of China has arrived with oriental advices to August 10 as fol lows: By floods in the prefecture of Japan over 100 houses were destroyed and five or six lives lost in the Nish iraa district. All bridges on the Oshima railroad line in Higshi Kubiki district were broken down by floods and roads were also damaged in many places. Over forty houses and twenty godowns were swept aw^y by the water and twenty-four lives lost in the village of Matsugaski, Sado district. By the swelling of the Agano river 1,300 houses in San jo Machi and 70'J houses in the village of Ichinikidc were submerge I. At Izimukaias, one shrine and two godowns or templec and half a score of dwellings were crushed by landslides from mountain! and five lives were lost. A dispatch 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. — 3 September 1897

^"sfws^' tv! 1 WOMEN •t%e~lflr«t uie that is to be made ot the 92,000,000 donated by the Baroneas jde Hirech for the relief ot the Rnssfan ijews In America is to be the establish* ment of a home for working firls. It will be called the Clara de Hirsch Home. Marie Lehmann, who accompanied Iter sister, Lllll Lehman, on her recent rvisit to this country, has returned to Vienna, where she was for many years a singer In the Royal Opera House. It 'is said by the Vienna newspapers that negotiations have been opened for her re-engagement at that institution. A missionary settlement for univer sity women has been founded In Bom bay, and one of its latest recruits is Miss Mary Rachel Dobson, the eldest daughter of Austin Dobson. Miss Dob pon is a graduate of London University, Ibeing one of the only two women who ever succeeded in gaining a musicaj baccalaureate degree from that insti tution. Venom Inhaled With the Air, And imbibed with the water of a malar ious locality, bas still a certain ...

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 September 1897

r- trf 4 fell- f-: :V'. fc* .. ^]Sb* FRIDAY, SEPT. S. OSKALOOSA BRlEFLETS. Mri, Wui. Tiffin, who has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Joe Jones, of Wash ington returned to her home in this city, Monday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor entertain ed last week in honor of their nephews. Henry and Arthur Taylor ol Glendale, Iowa, The party was in nature of a sur prise, and proved highly enjoyable to the twenty guests who participated in the feettrities. Miss Geneva Green, who has been vis iting aiiiong many friends in Washington, •topped over night among Oskaloosa Mends, while enroute to her honi6 in Newton. Mrs. R. S. Brown has returned from Stanton, Virginia, where she has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, during the past six weeks. She was accompanied home by her son Henry. Joe, Annie and Lucius Barquet and children of John Barquet have been in Knoxville, this week, with Mrs. Robert Given. A. D. Corbin returned from Chicago Friday. He has been making purchases preparat...

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. — 10 September 1897

"*2 ''^.]:,:-'itt7-^!:' •1'', v.'.,' ". Iowa State Bystander. miuinto imr HUDAT BT BA1IPU PPBLUglW OOHFABtT. Of TIOIAL PAFKB OF TH* A»BO-AJ«BICJL* PROTECTIVE ASSQOIATIOK 09 16WA. OFFICIAL FAPKB OV IB MOST WOB SHIFFVI. tINITBD BBAHD LOW Ol1 IOWA, A. F. A. II. TBBM8 Of SUBSCRIPTION. On* yw 11.80 Sis months 78 fhn* months 8* _AHinbscrtPttoM P»T»M« a *dT*nc« J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Band money by postotHc* order, money •rder, expreu or draft, to Tax IOWA BTAU 0TSTAMDBB Publishing Company. Commnnloations most be written oo one Side of the paper only and be of interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript •Blue accompanied by postage stamps. IOVA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Four Good liarlicrs. I'igara end Laundry Office Wilson & laiion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specialty. EVERY THING FIUST-CI.ASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS Mrs. D. C. Bassfield has r...

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. — 10 September 1897

$& kl f& FT ££?. WWT^w^ W iAv^v STATE BTSTASDHL BY ETWAKDXT iminaM oa CORN CROP IS SUFFERING. IOWA CASUALTIES. Fortotell, Mo —A WatMMffa trxto, we* I«wa4, uraek «twll qa*ftw of wile v«K of tfei* *®d ZaiMSvflle, Ob to.—William CB^rae, trbo warn I caring th* city tor a boot ing expedition, attempted to alight train a freight train, wa* thrown un der th« vhtel* and badly Injured, He walked two and died *bortly af ter raustoIn* tb* city. Ln# d« Flaralwsau, Wi*,—Three em ploye* is tb« mill of the Fbunbeatt Lumber company were «erioiwIy and am probably hurt by ao accident on the IOK carriage, Tbey are io* Keller of Antfjfo, Frank Dawnon of Lodlnfton and Harry L*voy of Hambeaa. Louberllle, JI1.~Tbe Loohrrllte roller mitfg were destroyed by fire. The 1 tmz I* $15/)00, Inwiranee Stevens Point, WI*,—Ira L. Eldredge, a painter, leJJ a dfaitanee of forty feet to a cement walk. He waa badly hurt. Oakland, Cal.—'Two cart collided on fb« Hay ward* electric line. Mr*. Per re*, one of the pe...

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 September 1897

1 yly fc IP L-4' $v (OVi STATE BISTiNDEl BY BYSTANDBB fUBLISHINO 0& snxomt, In 1 lit rnnrj fa*** Pkg-T- fe IOWA CASUALTIES. Forlatell, Mo.—A Waba6b train, west bound, struck a bull a quarter of a mile west of this place and ten cars were derailed. An unknown tramp was in stantly killed. Engineer John Egan was fatally hurt and Fireman Grease was badly scalded on the back and legs. Owatonna, Minn.—Joe Clark, a horse trader, was found in his wagon here with his skull bradly fractured and the brain ruptured. He cannot live. Clark had some trouble with Jud Mor gan, who was traveling with him. Mor gan is not to be found. Zanesville, Ohio.—William O'Berne, who was leaving the city for a hunt ing expedition, attempted to alight from a freight train, was thrown un der the wheels and badly injured. He walked two miles and died shortly af ter reaching the city. Lac du Flambeau, Wis.—Three em ployes in the mill of the Flambeau Lumber company were seriously and one probably hurt by an accide...

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 September 1897

mrv 7 iswir w«iw "w 8TOVB FOR HOT WEATHER. It BadlatM Gold Instead of Beat, and Will B« Popular. Prof. William M. Watts ol Still Fond, Md., haa a novelty Jn the form of a cold stove. The stove is for use in the heated months of summer for reducing the temperature, just as stoves heated by fire are used to raise the temperature in winter. By the use of salt, a small quantity of ice and a patented ohemical the most intense degree of cold is secured. 60 great is the cold that it is as dangerous to touch this cold stove when it Is in operation as it would be to place the hand on a lire stove at a high degree of heat. The skin is instantly taken off and painful injuries are the result of the slightest contact. Prof. Watts states that during the hottest weather the temperature of a room may be run down and made pleasant by the use of this novel device. The new process was dicovered by a college mate of the teacher of the Still Pond school. The cost of operating the stove is very slight. O...

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. — 10 September 1897

8TOVE FOR HOT WEATHER. St BklbtM Cold Initead ot Beat! Will Be Popular. Prof. William M. Watts of Still Fond, Md., has a novelty Jn the form of a cold stove. The stove is for use In the heated months of Bummer for reducing the temperature, just as Etoves heated by fire are used to raise the temperature in winter. By the use of salt, a small quantity of ice and a patented ohemical the most intense degree of cold Is secured. So great is the cold that it is as dangerous to touch this cold stove when it is in operation as it would be to place the hand on a fire stove at a high degree of heat. The skin is instantly taken off and painful Injuries are the result of the slightest contact. Frof. Watts states that during the hottest weather the temperature of a room may be run down and made pleasant by the use of this novel device. The new process was dicovered by a college mate of the teacher of the Still Pond school. The cost of operating the stove Is slight. ON THE STAQE. Frank Daniels wil...

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 September 1897

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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. — 17 September 1897

State Capital Historical Boom vAf.»»V»n( !fe f" Tv 'V'l ,^v*f VOL 4. Mr. James James .j''t lij Iowa State Byriantfer, I ^an^s *s rUBUIOBD ITIIT nUSAT BT TO BT WAIIPM NMAGNW QOXTAXT. rxrxa or QFJICIAI. in AMO-AHEBKUS rooT«rriy ASSOOIATIO*O» 6wl. vniQixL rAFXB or rwu won w6a- 3, inrruL mmax) OBAITD LOMB or IOWA, A. F. A. M. TMBMB or AVBSCBOTIO*. OMXMT 11.80 Ms months .71 ffcfee months.. .jUlt&hHriB&ttif whistaadvance J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Brtd money by poctoffloe order, aoMf erder, express or draft, to THI IOWA JlHiRBnAiblliklfef Company. Communications mnat bo written en OH Ml of tbo paper only and bo of intereette Ihepnblio. "Brevity ta the sonl of wit,'* remember. Wa will not return rejected manuaoript naleaa accompanied by poatage atampa. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. JFoar (looii Rirlters. Cigar* aad Lanadrjr Oflre Wilson & Hapten's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specialty. EVERY TFIINO FI...

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. — 17 September 1897

•T*T*TAND»I aV W'' IS X*w $5* S" i&*. •H -V t' V" THE JEWS II IOWA '. r^: "v ^V_. A MINISTER'S BOLD ACT. W'V I^Bot.. H. Crowd at l«Vdi flM Oa InWNi Cr|]U)KK1, Sept 15.—A church riot ocoiarfcd at Meriden. MWB miles west ot in whicttlttv. H. Sequin shot several times ata crowd that it Is alleged was trying to break up the meeting. Sequin is a traveling preacher and an ex-Catholic priest, and was using severe language toward the Catholics at the time the trouble was started. Meriden is a. strong Catholic community, and a large kM*f crowd of the denomination was gath ered outside the church. When, in his discourse, Sequin made certain statement, some one yelled: "It is- a lie!" At the same time a stone was thrown through the window and a pane broken, a piece of the splintered glass inflicting a bad scalp wound on Sylvester Reynolds. Sequin then pulled a pistol from his pocket,' and rushing to the window fired several shots, Some report that the shots were fired into the crowd others...

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. — 17 September 1897

8$ #1 KNOWN IN KNOXYXLLE A CRIPPLE CURED. tt* ChlMK« Time* HtrtM p«adMt »t Kaoirlll* •a Old Friend. From the Times-Herald. Chiesro, 111. At the Normal Institute at Knoxrille, lows, on Anguat 6th, the Knoxrill* eorre spondent of the Chioafo Times-Herald «n much surprised to meet his old friend, Mr. A. T. Conn, whom be believed to be a lift long cripple, from rheumatism and eolation, raorinf around as brisk as anybody. As the last time Mr. Conn bad been seen by the Times-Herald man ha was on crutches, and in a terrible condition, the subject of his recovery was the topic of conversation. The following is a resume of Mr. Conn's story: "You are aware that from overwork and exposure In April, 1804,1 contracted sciatica and rheumatism, and grew steadily worse, notwithstanding the best of medical treat ment that the neighborhood afforded, until I was at last confined to my bed, and what Jlittie locomotion I performed was done on crotches. From the time I was takes until August, 1805, I tri...

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. — 17 September 1897

G|Vjj 5ft, & rp i*- I I And I tfej Wi or Dej's alius kinder oomplainin', A takin' some sort o' stufl' But dat's de way o' women, i'-. ". Dey don't kno' what to do, Dtj's alius frettin' bout some ting An'alius in a stew. DatsuSerin' question's pop'lar,. It'aagatatin' all, ... Dey talks as much about it As if it were a ball Hut woman suffering's common, Dey's had it all de while, Yes, eber since ole Satan Did Mother Eve beguile. IV say dat Ise mistaken. Don't kno'what it iz, I rccken I knos someting No matter what yo' six Is* had enuff o' sufferin' Right ob my very own An1 when I stops to speak ob it It almos' makes me groan. I* had de mumps au' measles, De chicken pox an' croup, I liaint forgot de thrash 1 had An' how I use to whoop 'Ji once 1 had diphtheria Dat almos'made me die, An* afterwards a fever Which settled indiseye. •'V ise had all aorts o' mis'uea, Co'ns an* banyuns, too, 'N say 1 don't kno' suffering, Ise had ennff fo* two ./ Bat how dese silly women Can want moresuf...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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