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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 24 September 1897

ce,?A90081 VOL. 4. S SiMlS Iowa Stats Bystander. rraneau) imr HUDAT BT not »r STAKPEB rOtMHXW OOMPAHT. OVriCIAL FATBB 0» THE AfaO-AJttBICA* PBOTXCTIV* ASSOCIATKHt 6*1. OFVIOLU. *AMTB OF YHB HOST WOS smrnn. nKITED ABASD LOMB or IOWA, A. ». A. M. nans or ITTBSCBIFTIOV. Ou yitfi ,,«..,...•••.••••••••••• .... .W.fiO Six months 71 IbtH months 19 .AllwJsoSiatow PWiMfC *tfr*ny J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poatofflce order, Money order, express or draft, to Tme IOWA STATI ATSTAWDIK Publishing Company. Communication* must be written on one tide ot the paper only and be of interest to the public. "Brevity to tbe «oul of wit," remember. We wiU not return rejected manusoript vales* accompanied by pottage stamps. iovi'8 LEADING COLORED PAPER. Four Good Barber*. Cigar* end 'Laundry Office Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS., DCS MOINES, IOWA. CHH„DRKN'S HAIH CCTTING a Specialty. EVERY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICKS MODERATE. •"3^" CITY NEWS Miss Hallie Bir...

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. — 24 September 1897

ffesta 1 nt#*. TBY8TAKD1* mw DM IOWA Perfaapc a cipher accidentally Pt jort %hen Mr. Clovelandwaa making tip the •.te. Sir John Lubbock's ant died recently. «i&It WMthe inaect that gave up eo luch information when he Interviewed ":lt, and not as 1 some obituary writers thought, a sister of one of his parents. ThcCbicago Tribune gives this sen sible advice to the young man who wishes to know how to At faimaelf for going to the Klondike: "Acquire hab its of self-control and industry be pre pared to meet with firmness whatever discouragements may arise scrape to gether two or three times as much money for the journey as the best esti mates render necessary and dou't so.' The'National Association of Manu g^'facturers Is taking a practical step to !inward the promotion of trade between this country and the Latin-American t" republics in the Initiative of a sample ^warehouse at Caracas, Venezuela. Ac "tordlng to Mr. Richard Dolge, a man ufacturer, who has only recently re turned from ...

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. — 24 September 1897

STORY1 or A GRIME. PREACHER SERVING LIFE 8EN TBNCE FOR MURDBR. Sfl _____ 'Sfe? Remarkable Confeulon of Crlmlaal That May Open the Film Doer* for Him—Fierce Straggle at Midnight— Working to Free Him. N Jan. 9, 1895, Thirza, the wife of the Rev. William E. Hlnshaw was found dead on the door step of her home at Belleville, a small village about twen ty-live miles from Indianapolis. Her husband, who was the Methodist min­ ister of the village, had been cut on the arms and breast with a razor. His etcry was to the effect that two bur glars had entered his sleeping apart ment, shot his wife and attacked him that he had had-a desperate contest with thsm, fought them down the stair way, out on the porch, where his wife had followed bleeding, finally dropping on the porch step, where she was found dead. The preacher's story ended when he and the burglars, after lighting across the road, had separated, they escaping down the street and out Into the country. Citizens and detectives, after hear...

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. — 24 September 1897

ftiS fes- *•». ift-. «!$ *,l| 'i|^l I! ~|U1 A^..,v jfj'jj ', 1/,^-y ., r»ocntEDorM~C«iiJm»d ,TtiUtf,aiy%ii Peterson, Monmouth, Ills. \**1 W Dowden, Knoxville, Prince t&V* 1 (ton and Kewanee. ST*t, Uke ??mt »4.,0g« JiV* Ub- '•... Wright Tolucca and Spring galley, Ills. I & Magee, La Grange, IUs£ 8T. PAUL D1T. R.ev Jason JBundy, Presiding Elder. Anderson, Si Paul, Minn :'smg* JR.ev Reeves, Des Moines, la. Tillman, Keokuk, la. fc" S llrool»,,$t Mnvjlf apoUs, la. '-Sr W A Bruce,.St Tames, Minne apolis, W Alexander, Ottumwa, la. A White, Oskaloosa, I*. J\ 1* pp Taylor, Ciinton, IaV f'? 4. W Rhinehart, Cedar Rapids, A_, Iowa. Wm Williams, Muchakinock, la JJ* W A Searcy, Muscatine, Iau "LA Joplint Dubuque,5 Ia.ff| AFord,'Albia,Ia.p^1 'ID A Basfield, Osceola, Garden Grove and Indianola, la. f'W^R Taylor, Duluth, Minn Hi Thomas, Yankton, S. Dak. ^pand Sioux City, la. W Lewis, Newton, Colfax, Boone, and Marshalltown, la, Knight, Burlington, Ia| Holly. Davenport, Ia. a ti tt James, Cla...

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. — 1 October 1897

c.«V* MM ^OLw Iowa State Bystander. RROUSHXD cmr MUDAT IT IT* STAHSBB FP»T.«gTW OOMTAWT. OVnOUL PAPKB OF THK iWO-iM«MOA» PB0TK0TIY1I ABSOCIATlOir Of «6WA. OFFICIAL PAPEB OT THX MOST WOS HBirnn. UJTITM) ABASD LOMI OF IOWA, A. r. A. M. TKBM8 OF SUBSGHIPTlbV. One year 91.80 Six montha .71 Vhn* montba _All P»ltilWA.lteiefii J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER Send money by postofflce order, soaey onto, •zprou or draft, to Tu IOWA STATI BTBTINDBR Publishing Company. Communications mast be written on one ltd* of the paper only and be of intereet to the publio. "Brevity 1* tbe soul. ot wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript onlesa accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Foar Oooil lUrlicrg. l'ig»r* sad l4midr)', Ofllre •T Wilson larton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR COTTIHG a Specialty. KVBHY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS Mr, Archie Mickei'a baby (Christina) i8 quite sick at this writ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 October 1897

te ®S BWw M* & \9i is lOWi STATE B1TSTANDE1L ifr* BY8TANDKK FUBLISHOfO 0& 5i«^irriMAND IOWA DEPUTIIJ8BLAMBD 4fe$«»i*ef,s fwtj Mads the lattlawr Mm •'A itert litlnlj. V*JMIII*III* HAZLETON, Pa., Sept. 29.—The cor oner's jury which investigated the death of the striking miners at Lat timer has rendered the following verdict: "That from the circumstances "•Ofthe case and the evidence offered, the said Clement Platock and others «amo to their deaths by gunshot xvounds on September 10. 1807, at the hands of Sheriff James Martin and his ^deputies, and in this we, the jury, do all agree, and we, Phil J. Boyle, Thomas J. Thomas. Barton Freas and Peter McKiernan, of this jury, do further say that the said Clement Platock, with others, was marching peaceably and unarmed on the public highway that they were interrupted by the said Sheriff James Msrtin and his deputies and mercilessly-shot to death, and we do further find that the shilling was unnecessary and could have been avoided wit...

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. — 1 October 1897

lJ# t^y or/'.- \^':.-..•v^ ^cS ^:..ms$i FROM RECENT SERMON*. Error—Dead people art the only oaea who do hot make mUtaket.—Her. Charles Q. Amea, Disciple, Boeton, Mass. A Good Conscience—No man ever lis tened to the testimony of a food con science without rejolclnr—Rer, Dr. Juliette, Methodist, Cincinnati, 0. Hell—It is the hell on earth that iurts. When we dispose of that there is no possible danger of any other.— Rev. M. W. Reed, Independent, Den ver, Col. Brains—A true education belongs to the aristocracy of brains. Money cannot buy it poverty cannot lose It. —Rev. Frederick B. Greul, Baptist, Waltham, Mass. Dissatisfaction—Although wo obtain worldly wealth, and honor and glory, we still are dissatisfied, unleas we are at peace with Almighty God.—Rev. J. F. McGinty, Catholic, San Francisco, Cal. The Divine Spirit—The divine spirit is always right and unerring in Its op eration. It is a free will offering ol the Heavenly Father bestowed upon humanity.—Isaac Wilson, Quaker, Bloomfle...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 1 October 1897

WWMBS4 ff MCE ECHOST^ iThomaa Keys, colored, haa been Anointed port matter at Ocean \!8£tii|p, a town of 3'000 llnhftbitanta. Tbe town *lao baa Negro families living in their •JMi homes.—Express, Bmm»' Bnncfvi" ol" Cincipn«ti, Btfolled" in tbe examinations for %rintiasion to tbe Annapolis, Md., J?- Ifaval academy, held recently in that city, and young Smith, of OHicago/Wbnld not be rfr*ex«imn ed. Thus is the ''colored" cadet matters are settled.—Gazette. •f* 'Lawyer Robert fl. Terrell has declined the presidency ot a prominent Southern college. Mr. Terrell has too bright a future in his chosen profession to abandon it, even for so lofty a station as that of an educator.—Coloret American.' •br! Win. Key, of Shelbyville, Tenn., had one of tbe most inters Posting exhibits by the colored people at the Nashville Exposi .tlon. He exhibited his wonder liul educated horse and won the heartiest cmniendation of all who $aw the intelligent actions of his pet equine. But the most sub stantial p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 October 1897

Iowa State Bystander. MriLIMBD ITOff VUBil BY IB BY* •TAiiBBB mmuaanr* owirABY. 09TI01AI. PAPSB 0* TBB 4fB0-AJttBI0A» PBOTKOXIYB AUOOUini Of Ufi. •mOtlL FA.PCB or TBB M0« W6a» ^UOPfVX. UB1TBD SBABS LOBBB Of IOWA, A. r. A. M. TBBMf OB SUBaOBiraOB. Oscar. White, formally city but now of Chicago, (isiting old'acquaintence. .tl.ll ttOHth| itl r— months .91 -JLllwIncrtPttaM povahU aivaaas J. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bead moiijp by postotfloe Hdtr( iniy erdtr, .zprM. or draft, to TBI IOWA SIA^B ITITAVDII Publishing Compuj, Oomnanication, unit bo written on OM Side of th. paper only and b. o( litipmt I. tfcepablio. "tirerity is the so»l of wit," NBunber. \V, Wo will not ratura r*j«cUd manusaript aals— aocompaniod by postage stamps. IOll'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. fnr OmmI Barben. Cigar, ud Ullltjr OI«« filson I larton's Barber Shop, COB. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS„ DCS MOINCS. IOWA. Caii.DnBN'8 HAIR COTTIKOa Specialty, EVERY THING FIRSTCI-ASS. PRICES MODERATE. •fe- CITY NEWS Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 8 October 1897

im ""9' T" I'11!1 mtimi srira •efttMNHtB TO ftWrUL 0*fc. 9^n* fwiif Oaf m» wM not te the -'^ijfVMiwiAMSMa of Kmw And tkejr .were ife.fltt 4fOM 11» atftk them to npwwtittai MtfliA ipMff—fft, Iwrnn, IA- wfOfafaoa to eomimr with Sfcstca alone lifctfeoagkt that tirift will rOMlt flB t«» l«t«t«B tbe Critttl t.tbe other Ow L'aited SMo, Great flc withdrawal jtfllMt Brittle from tbe joist eo» tisduettf dwsdlsseljectiMMj :«con mjntteo TO MATH. WmrnH rin* A** riOUXfe, X»l, Ort, *.—Tbe iornt Manitoba itettttwa^wylwelwttejMt IdajshaMbrvfa^oatMoeefarkmelj T« or t»«i« penmi are ItohMetea knwdtototk, tt» foii nfifif pnt£«f over OmumHw sSde of ttc boasdary, the «wl oa tfce liae twtmn tk I States awl JCasitofca ins bar the fine wfflgetfee^oad tk lapf the aettien. AS Bon^tr. tjbeir SACMTA AS PREMIER. iMmUOm. Mjumm, Out,, Tie M the of anairter^ Deawr GalSoa, fer hn«s ai^ Saw JFastiee mutosr ot war: JUainI Ifarii* AMnc, fePranwnss, Oet 7.—EacaratW afTsraer^jr. «ear Odessa, the seea* -of the nMsif Kroj ...

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. — 8 October 1897

«jj m? •V/f$'- "HH'' iey believe on the frontier that .che Kid is dead. fis over a, year now since the bloody of murdered man or mangled wo brougbt dread word to the world [is activity, and no such period has teed before since Kid and his fellow Fderers on their way to execution their guards and escaped to the jutains, and that was a decade ago. frontier has reason to pray that [tale of his death is true. For years has been a terrifying ghost in the stains and on the plains of South- Arizona and Northern Mexico. His liness has been murder, his sport issination. The armies of two at countries have warred with him, the graves of those who were sent Cinst him are as plenty as the graves Ihose he has slain while they slept [while they traveled unconscious of nearness. His life has been that of tiger, not of a man. During years }re has been hardly a day when he not the dangerous quarry for [ich men hunted. A price Was put rjn his head and man-hunters from fll life left their vocations to...

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. — 8 October 1897

^^Wmm K™ mu &*e W" .ft "A "S Ite && 5. feT IV j*V I vpl vM.^<p></p>JUL a The & h% &A-} FRIDAY, OOTT. 8. "&Y.C RACE ECHOES. •w .w-*»» *a» A very interesting souvenir pamphlet of the Negro exhibit at [Nashvill, has been published by Edward C. Brown. The volune isin every sense a souvenir which w\ll be invaluable to those who labored to make a success ot the exhibition.—Freeuiau.* folloing *Kf ^K, v, -,H .vmc.' •-. .• •••f •,.. .:H »-••_ '..,i Tnskegee Ala.—At the formal opening ot our new agriculture building on November 17th., the Hon. James Wilson, secretary ot agriculture will be present and deliver an address. This build ing is to be devoted to training in agriculture horticulture, dairying, etc., aud is the first buiiding in the Negro school to be devoted to such purposes as it means match as 85 per cent of the Negroes in the gulf states depend upon agriculture in some form tor their living. The moving spitit in the institute is Booker *T. Wash...

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. — 15 October 1897

1 wtx $tat« Capitol [Historical Rooja ISiwfsssiiiaifo^ Iowa State Bystander. rUBIJSBKD BVBBY TODAY BY THB BY- STJlSDKB PPBUSglW OOmrAJT. OVTICIAL PAPER 0* THB AFBO-AKKBICi.* PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF 1#WA. OFFICIAL PAPKB OV THB KMT SH1PVUL UNITED QBAifo IOWA, W0S- LOMB OF A. F. A. M. TEBUS OF (UBICBIPTIOir. OM yew 11.50 Biz months. 76 ffbreo months N _A11 ftb§orlpl4»| pwablsl J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Bead money by postoffic* order, noftty trdtr, express or draft, to Tai IOWA STA^B •TBTANDBK Publishing Company. Communication! mnst be written on one tide of the paper only and be of interest to tte public. "Brerlty li the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript oaleei accompanied by postage stamp*. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Foer Uooil Harbcrs. i'igirn and Uwrit Ofllre Wilson & Barton's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTH AND LOCUST STS DES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING a Specialty. KVERV THING FIIIST-CI.ASS. Piticus MODERATE. •4 CITY NE...

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. — 15 October 1897

IOWA tfe5 5 v~i, »K w*' If ll J* If STATE BYSTANDER. \^S4 BY BYSTANDER PUBLISHING XX .'* Mu DES HOIirE8, IOWA MICHIGAN'S WHEAT CROP. Gccratery of 8tate Eitlmate* It to Be 24,01(5,007 Iftutiel*. $ LANSING, Mich., Oct. 10.—Michigan's wheat crop this year will amount to £4,025,007 bushels, or an average of 36.46 bushels an acre. This statement was given out by the secretary of state, and is based on the results of the threshings from 150,000 acres, 1?0,000 of which are in the section where three-fourths of the crop is raised. The extreme drought renders it probable that much of the wheat sown thus far this fall will not grow, the drought being greater than that of any previous year. It is estimated that oats will yield 25.70 bushels, barley SI. 18 bushels, and corn 64 bushels an acre, while potatoes will be 61 per cent, beans 86 per cent, winter apples IS per cent, and late peaches 13 per cent. JUSTICE FIELD TO RETIRE. Attorney General McKfnnu Will l'robably Succeed Him. NEW YORK, Oct....

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. — 15 October 1897

-..»* *»i*-^ i'j.iik4',ji^:,*,:i'fi.',, it. *v'.,if-•••*••••' ,.j WO HTM RBAPINO. No foreigner la allowad to bo forty etght hour* In Turkish territory with out a pan. More than 270,000 people patron Ited the free publlo b&th-hoiiMS of Boaion last month. The Oreek church employs two ring* in the marriage ceremonr—one gold, the other silver. The mayor of Long Island Clt7 gave 14,000 school children a froa sal! up the Hudson one day last week. The fastest flowing river In the world la the Sutlej, In British India, with a descent of 12,000 feet In 180 miles. An Amsterdam correspondent writes thft temperance clubs have within the Inst few years been established by ibo students of all the high schools In Hol land. A Kansas City man whose house hwn't been to rights since his wifo went away early In the summer, says he's mighty glad there's no pl&<!) like hotae. Kenesaw mountain, Georgia, around which there were weeks of furious fighting In 1861, is terraecJ now and is covered wi...

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. — 15 October 1897

s# ».^ \t IS-, Ife'lPi5? .. •E CBaap mbssm 1* FRIDAY, OCTT. 15. OSKALOOSA BRIEFLETS. V,„ John Wallace, forraley of this city was down from iiaranalltown Suuday, visiting friends. liiss Marietta Brown, who has been employed in the J. F. Lacey household, has returned to nuchas kioock, during the Laceys absence at Washington. Misses Edna and Cassie Sanford after a two weeks visit with their parents in Coliax returned Tues day morning. Frank Moore of Washington wa«rin the city Monday. He was called to vucliakiuock on business affairs. Mrs. Alice Flowers and two children, who have been the guest of relatives and friends in Mucha kinock and this city departed last week for their home in Chicago. Will Jones of Montezuma, was in our city this week visiting among friends, he goes to Kirk ville, MO., to visit his parents before enteriug to his home. Will'isqnite a politician and is keeping a good eye on his friends. Jonny Thomas of Albia, spent last week hunting up in our city and acquaintanc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 October 1897

i-J I -',l5i VOL. 4. rvBusuED eVKBT FJUDAY IT not IT STAMPER ppBLiiyiw oonrAjnr. OFTIC1AL rAPEB OF TH* AVBO-JUHBIOA* priOTKCXXVS A-SSOglA-TIOG OF IOWA. OFFICIAL. PAPEB OP TH® MOOT WO»- HHIPVUL UNITED EIUIRB LOMI or IOWA, A. P. A. U. TERMS or SUBSOBIFTIO*. Communications mnst be written om OM side of the paper only and be of Interest to the public. "Breiity ia tba sonl of wit," remember. We will not return rejected minnMri^ unless accompanied by postage stamps. IOWA'S LEADIKG COLORED PAPEB. Four Good Harbors. Cigars sad Laaadrjr Oflce Wilson I farion's Barber Shop, COR. FIFTII AND LOCUST STS., DES MOINES, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR CDPTIKG a Specialty. EVKRY THTKO FIRST-CLASS. PRICES MODERATE. CITY NEWS City local news is rather scarce this week. Miss Delia Richardson is on the .sick list this week. J. L. Thompson took a business rip down home last Saturday. Mr. Tracy Blagburn is bed-fast, Suffering from the effects of a severe fcold. Mrs. Smith of Carrol, la., is the est of Mr. and Mrs. ...

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. — 22 October 1897

/. BY BT8TAMDBB FUBLISHINQ 0* DIB XOXSBS, IOWA scones OF N v,ft' fW V' Lives ARB :,08T. President Believes It lleet to Make Change at Present. WASHINGTON, Oct 52.—General Fitz Uugh Lee, consul general in Cnba, has announced to his friends that he •cxpects to return to Cuba abont DecemberS end remain until the con clusion of the Cuban war. He will be accompanied by Walter li. Barker, United States consul at Ssgua !a tirande, who arrived in ibis country shortly after General Lee and on the -same mission—to famish the president with definite information as to the «itnation in Cuba. Mr. McKinley has -decided to make no changes of con sular officers on the islaud until the rebellion is in one wsy or snother brought to an end. The interests of this country and its citizens in Cnba will, the president believes, be better subserved by officers who have had experience on the island. POTATO CROP A FAILURE. tterolt Against Chinese Government Starts Well. TACOMA, Wash., Oct. 19.—The city, of Ku...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 October 1897

I jydj V. -*»,. »'W t(lp|lMM». »u, '.« ODDS. OAPT. RBID'S BATTLft WITH BHITI8H PLBlf. I* H«4 Oaly Ou Tmil TUI |ilnt««-flH Ibm IU|i tha Iteetty Bmtferad flttff tiMH—Story *i tki S :'^I HE nam- of Saptpmbw 1812, is recalled by the death recently In Washington ol Col onel Samuel Cheat er Reld, son and nameeakt of the he ro of that remark ib in battle. When the British let out to conquer Naw Orleans in 1814 the/ meant to havfe & light to & finish With tlife Stub born Urankws. tile heaviest %M A ttta fcrinanlftnt seiit Against thi great City 61 tfa# giilf was th« flay* jacfttfn Swfrp|4 ihS British, iii fact aniii&i late^tjieiq, [before, their ghfltlng squad ron reached: the mouthof jthe Missis sippi. The delay to the British ships was due to the pluck of Captain-Held and his gallant privateer, the General Armstrong. Reld accepted battle from the advance ships of the squadron in the roads of Fayal, the finest port of the Azorean group of islands. Reid did not whip the vanguard...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 October 1897

iitea & KgWjkS *JM A ,»! IbA*« -v Isr u7 IK *, writ FRIDAY, OCTT.22. :. ,Vj,4 The freshman claw of Boston university has among its members the fir$$ 'Afro American girl to enter the college of liberal arts as a regular candidate for the degree ot A.-B. She is Miss Ida TSstelle Hill, of Milleton N. Y., and is /worthy representative of the liberally educated young women of tlie country.—Appeal. Mire ®L»/aa?%fe ili :t IAS-*". t¥ Avf PPm Ida B. Wells Barnett, has ceased her connection with the newspaper fraternity, and the Chicago Conservatory has a new editor, in the person of Mr. W. B. Akets of Chicago. ^*4«5 y*! •. t Among the appointments settl ed npen by the President is that of M. W. Gibbs of Little Rock, Ark., who is to be appointed con sal to Tam&tava Madagascar. Mr. Gibbs is a prominent Colored Lawyer of Little Rock, and was one of the original McKinley workers in the South. He is one of the first colored men who will be appointed iu the consular service .s? The colored...

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