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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 2 September 1898

*1»VV Vo\j #R&wp v„»A V* tcwa State Bystander. I?38&I&B£2> BTKB*. RUSAT »T IB BY CTAHDEB PI 4UTHIH« COMTAMV. rW ," 330 FIFTH STKEET, BOOM 14. U/WOIAL FAJ.'EB OF THB JJBO-AICUUOA* NOMMVU ABBOOIATIOB OF IOWA. •FF1JU& FAFEB OF TIL MM* WO» Un- tfL CKITB9 SBABB LOMB «F IOWA, A.F.IA. M. nam OF naacauRxov. OB* yscr fl.K Pis months fl three months An Mh—tirtm mtiIMl afriiiff J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. -—r -TTT^rsaBg! Bertd money by poatoffloa arte, •n«y order, exprcas or draft, to TBB IOWA hi^ ilifiinin Publtihinj Conpuy, Oommanloationa most be written on* M» of th# paper olf and b* of Interact to •Si pnbllo. "Brevity la th* aoal of wit," remember. ..... We will not return rajaetad manuwrlpt _1 accompanied by pwUff aiampa. lOIfS LE1DIIG COLORED PAPER. rear Gaad Barberi. Clgari ud Eaandrjr Offlea ffilson I Sarton's Barbe Shop, COB. FIFTH AND LOCUST STG., DCS MOINKS, IOWA. CHILDREN'S HAIR OCTTXHO a Specialty. EVBRY THING FIRST-CLASS. PRICKS MODERATE. CI...

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. — 2 September 1898

is it-'" ft lite '1 feyJVf intAKOM rvn. DES MOINES, IOWA ANTS PERMANENT PEACB. Aiki EINIMI rower* to Hold CufarnM tk* Sbaject. ifiT. PBTKBSBVBO, August 29.—By or­ der of Emperor Nicholas, Count Mur tvieff, the foreign minister, on tbe 24th inst., handed to the foreign diplomats at St, Peterabnrf a note declaring that the maintenance of peace and the re duction qftheexceasire armancnts now crushing all nations, is the ideal fot which all governments ought to strife. The czar considers the present moment favorable for the inauguration of movement looking to this end, and in vites the powers to take part in an in' ternational conference as a means of thus insuring real and lasting peace and terminating the progressive in crease of armanent. LONDON, August 30.—Theczar'sprop osition for an international conference for the purpose of seeming real and lasting peace among the powers and the termination of the progressive increase in armaments, as conveyed in a note from Count Muravieff, the...

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. — 2 September 1898

ih 'ti" A*? ib ^Sssfo* tras 5f.:- *V Sensible. 1,*$' "Who is that I see yon feeding In tne^ kitchen nearly every night, "That's my intended, the policeman, ma'am." "Well, if he's your intended, why don't you marry him?" "I'm waitin' till his appetite goes down a bit, ma am." Congenial Labor. Mrs. China—How can you he work in? at your business and still be needy? Wr aggers—Me bizzniz is dat uv a collector, leddy. Mrs. Chinn—A collector? Wraggers—Yessum. Dc world owes everybody a livin', mum, an' I'm tryin' ier collect mine. *Vt. Very Wearing. "So your wife couldn't sleep in that •rammer hotel? What was the matter? Too stuffy, too many insects, or "Oh, it wasn't anything of that kind. There was a suspicious looking couple in the next room, and she had to have her ear at the keyhole most of the time." Mm Not Slept for Vive Tears. It is reported that a man in Indian* has not had an hour's sleep for five years. Thousands of men and women are unable to sleep more than an hour or two a nig...

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. — 2 September 1898

I#/ hfl, WW By UISfAKDKK FOB. DBS MOINES, 'K CO.«fl IOWA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2. RACE ECHOES. "!v Admiral Dewey .will travel by rail from Sao Francisco to Wash* ington, in order that the people o: his country will have an oppor tonity to shake hands with their hero, as they are all anxious to lee him. fc-fl Lewis Washingtan, age 130 years, .died this week at Omaha Neb. He claimed to have seen and known George Washington mnd there was a report that he was one of Washington's slaves. His wife died in Febiuary 1890 at :, Omaha at the age of 104 years. Several things have been de monstrated by this war. Among them is the fact that this govern ment is as great on sea as on land but what concerns us most is that the Negro is as good if aot a little better soldier than can be produc ed from any other element of the nation.—The Aiken, S. 0. Herald. President Masso, of Cuba has sent a message to President Mc Kinlay in every line of which are breathed true patriotism, loyalty to the interest of ...

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. — 9 September 1898

J&of vOL. tn tVV^ 5. icwa State Bystander. •XMSSTMAT AVZUF) VWDAT BT BT \T3 f»isin FCJIUSHIITO OOMTAITT. ..—. 'j 320 T1STH STBBKT, BOOH The wedding bells are to soon. I: fife 14. IOWA 'PHONE NO. 899. TtaMl. PAT-SB or THB ArBO-AMXKICAJT maCT'Tl ASSOCIATIOK 0» IOWA. irriOU FAPKB OF rax MOST won. UMTBD (BABD 10NI 01 IOWA, A. r. A. X. TXBM S or iraHKRWI. One year. 9LM Six months. ri Three months. |f ABnb«tatto— cavahU rtTiiiai J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by pottoffioe cider, srder, express or draft, to TBB IOWA It ABB BTSTAHSBBPublishiag ion's Company. Oommnnlcatlona mart bo written ow •Id* of tbo paper only and be of Interest to thepablia. "Brevity le the aoul of wit," remember. W* will sot return rejected manuscript sale- accompanied by poatage aiamw. LE1DIIC COLOBED PAPEB. rear deed Barters. Clgari and Laaadty Olea I larion's Shop, COR. flTTH AND LOCUST STB., DCS MOINIB, IOWA. CHIMJMK'S HAIR Otmno a Specialty. EVBBY Tnrao FmnOiUi. PR:OIE MODERATE. C...

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 September 1898

&r s» •V If: p'r. hP ti4' ^"iV v' w% jt"'*'' K?r, viK.. s-'iKif v, dent occurred is at a grade. Four tracks of the Delaware & Hudson road cross the two tracks of the trolley road. The tracks of the street line run at a grade from the bridge to the point where the disaster took place. myj. °°^ll£ By HltAXDIK fOK DBS MOINES, The motorcar was struck directly in the center by the engine of the train, which was going at a high rate oi speed. The accident came without the slightest warning. The car was upon the tracks before the train loomed in sight. The motorman evidently saw the train approaching as he reached the track, and opened his controller, ibut in vain. With a crash that was beard for blocks the engine struck the lighter vehicle. The motor car parted ,in two, both sections being hurled into the air in splinters. The mass oi 'humanity, for the car was crowded to overflowing, was torn and mangled. Those in the front of the car met with the worst fate, and every human bein...

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 September 1898

rt i"'* -S1\' 1A •M: iimAmi •'"O:-'^^'" OnprogreaSlre Dealer. ••Iliearyers to {rive a party, Mrs. (Hooligan?" I "Tin, Mi-s. Mulligan, I am, and I've '4l been everywhere try in' to get some of that 'pink tea' ye reads so much about, and the aignorant, unstylish tings A kape nothin' but the old-fashioned green. ".i: ^, 10 V'- Cruel on Wllle. "I must confess," said Willie Wish- inff ton, "that I often waste time wor ryiqr about nothing.'1 "well," said Miss Cayenne, benignly. "self-preservation is the first law of nature." *'V -v,- ss? YWJP Youth If you are young you nat urally appear so. If you are old, why ap pear so? Keep young inwardly vill we will look after the out wardly. You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray advance agents of age. surely restore color to gray hair: and it will also give your nair all the wealth and gloss of early life. Do not allow tne falling of Jongerwith rour hair to threaten you baldness. Do not be annoyed with dandruff. We will send y...

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 September 1898

p^5 w*V« 1 $ Bf BV8TANDBH FOB. CO. SfS DES MblNES, IOWA. IF RIDAY SEPTEMBER 9. RACE ECHOES The Negro of the Sooth is cry ing Oh! Lord how long before 7shall have my rights as a man J* "A person who is unwilling to .50 per year for a race journ al defending his interests shoalc be ignored by the journalistic fra ternity. Be respectful, colored man, cul tivate good manners in your chil dren. It will do us a "world of good" in our struggle for perman ent recognition. There will be an arch erected at Cincinnati by the colored people for the national G. A. E. encamp ment which will represent Abe. Lincoln freeing the slaves. A gran a tribute paid to the col ored soldiers, by Mrs. Jno. Ad dison Porter, wife of the Secretary to President McEinley, who was red cross nurse at Santiago. She said that "they were brave in battle, obedient under orders and philosophical amid privation. The national government is weak af home and strong abroad. It can guarantee the protection of life, liberty and ...

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 September 1898

if A $&&$( '••'St-f & S» jtogfe 6$/$&*>'!$ jfm State Bystander. tnaOAY •„«CIAL PAT*B nwn or mioiiraw. OPI YIV ••••«.•••....•«.•.•.....• ... ii WTBTAITDBB Buflin^ton' Roure The grand jury will oonven* Monday. Mrs. A. M. Rivers has been very sick %yy^' Bernside, who hasbeen ill reed is convalescent. ipublish the Baptist Associa aeeting next issue It came late «m*L Mr and Mrs Wm Coalson will leave nextT for the Omaha exposition Mist osie James of La Clede, Mo., .has come to our city to remain in definitely. Mrs Geo. Staples took suddenly sick jthis week. She is a little better at present. Read the BYSTANDER if you wish to know the news and general progress ^f the race. Quarterly Meeting at Burn's E church Rev Clarkof Topeka Kan. will preside at every service Mrs Holmes, James Johnson and Mr Wm Fletcher left Friday morning for Omaha to visit the exposition. Miss Hattie Harris of St. Joseph, has come to our city to remain permanently. She is stopping with Mrs. A. 0. Sm...

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 September 1898

1 & Br BX8TAKDER PCB. CO,"1^ DES MOINES, Roof gardening ,aa expensive lux ury for amateurs, *. Some men'B only bad habit ia boast ing of their good habits. One* a- hero, always a cially to the hero himself. the trains go by. hero—espe­ The man who admits he-is ln the wrong is usually in the right. Whenever a man becomes wise he is the first to discover his wisdom. A girl loves to be loved by a man that she knows some other girl loves. It's harder for a young man to ques tion her pop than it is to pop the ques tion. One way to keep on friendly terms with your neighbor is to keep off his premises. Some machines have automatic at tachments and some have sheriff's at tachments. As to the fleets of Spain, we feel sure that so-called power will be able to prove an alibi. Some people are never satisfied until they find out something that makes them dissatisfied. Fitzhugh Lee is hereby reminded that peace hath her victories no less renowned than war. Hobson is too good a man to waste hi...

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 September 1898

*y A&_ »T-»' $ •mm Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheek* won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thifig does it and never fails. It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair 9 permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen. It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff. Shall we send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases?/ Thm Bemt Advfco Fraa. It you do not obtain all the bene fits you expected from the use of the Vigor, wrtte the doctor about it. Probably there is some difficulty 1th your General system whlcn isy be easily removed. Address DR. J. C. AVER. Lowell, Mass, Would Be Warrantable. "I never can find a seat in tlie park, no matter when I go." "Why don't you take a bench wa...

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 September 1898

iK Sft $r* i' &•• if"' -c#' .'.fctfw VW h, •••, W~ By BYSTANDER PUB. CO. 1 DES MOINES, «npr" IS .i.:'. IOWA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 RACE ECHOES. The Douglass monument wbes completed will cost $10,000. A 1 r\Yf Wl(.\. V,.F. ..''%'r '.. •. Thomas L. Jones, an Afro- American, is a candidate for con S^wgnas from the fourth district of ^Virginia. The Nego, starting from noth ing, pays taxes on six million in Georgia and forty million in Leu isana. One of the members of the new French Chamber of Deputies is a coal black .Negro, who was elected by both white and black votes. Kansas has one Negro daily newspaper, eight weeklies and twenty-seven practical Negro prin ters.—Witchata Tribune. The Daily Teiegram, a white newspaper of Providence, R. I., has for its managing editor Afr. John C. Minkins, a colored man, formerly of Norfolk, Ya. The last volley of the civil war it is believed was fired by the Six* ty-Second United States Negro in fantry, about sunset May 13th, 1865:—The Advance. Mt....

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 September 1898

W[Jr :'j Ir.wa State Wfctiaasy ZTBB*. A. F. Cupid, has it that one of our young idows, is to soon ohange her name. uy your Drugs at g.tore, where Lee £yfaait on you. Ov Bystander. MUDAX »T THI V'ABDJf.B I'C/JLIBHINO BT- COUFAKY. 320 FIFTH STKKET, KOOM 14. IOWA 'PJIONE NO. 8!)!). !v -"OXAI. PAH KB OF TOT 4.FBO-AKXBICU* »aOTKOT"iVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA.. OFFi.lAi PAPER OF TBI MOST wom- amt: vL UNITED SKAND LOMI or IOWA, •. X. TXBKS OF avBscmrrra*. One ywr filx months Three months .fl.fl» .71 .• All sabscrtBttoni pevabld a advance J.f L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poatoffioe order, none? srder, express or draft, to T» IOWA 8TA» InvAXsu Publishing Company. Communications mnst be written on ou side of the paper only and be of Interest, te t&pabllo. "Brevity Is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manusorlpt anlcas accompanied by postago stamps. IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. Four 6sod Berbers. Cigars and Laundry Office Wilson I laiton's 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. — 23 September 1898

«i S II: 1 ?j i»r & IB hi By BYSTAXDKB PCB. CO. DES MOINES, MISS WINNIE DAVIS IS DEAD. "Oaachtcr of the Confederacy" Tield* to Lo( IllnfM. KAREAOASSETT PIER, B. I., Sept. 19. —Winnie Daris, '^daughter of the con federacy,"' is dead. After weeks of suffering, at times of the most intense nature, she passed away at noon yes terday at the Rockingham hotel, where she had been under skilled medical treatment and the loving care of her grief-stricken mother since the middle of last month, when her illness reached the acnte stage and first aroused fears for her recovery. Miss Daris came tc Xarragansett Pier at the opening of the social season, and for a time took her accustomed place as one of the leaders in the festivities common to summer resorts. Her health had been gradually undermined, though, and she was compelled to take to her bed a little over a month ago. For a time the exact nature of her ailment puzzled the attending physicians, but two weeks ago it was diagnosed as malaria...

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 September 1898

PERSONALITIES. It Is confidently stated in some quar ters that the czar contemplates great reforms within his empire. These re forms are in three different directions. First, regarding the laws which regu late the press second, a measure deal ing with elementary schools, which will increase the number of these estab lishments in hitherto neglected dis tricts, and, third, a comprehensive measure of relief to the religious dis sei t-.-rs throughout the empire, which wi enable these bodies to hold their services without the restraints at pres ent imposed upon them. Miss Helen Hay, the eldest daughter of the American ambassador to Lon don, who is now selected to fill the po Bition of secretary of state, has had ma'.y honors showered upon her in Loudon recently. She was selected for the horor of opening tho public gar decs which have been laid out on the site of the long-disused graveyard at the rear of Robert Browning's hall at Walworth. Miss Hay performed the ceremony with grace and ea...

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 September 1898

Y' 1" 1 Jv" Ik 's-5 IOWA SIE BYSTANDER. By BYSTANDER POB. CO. DES MOINES, IOWA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 RACE ECHOES. Seattle has a colored deputy sheriff in the person ofWm. Gale. His part/ affiliations are Democr tic and under Ex-President Cleve land's administration, he was deputy Unitea States Marshal for the state of Washington.—Ex. When a sheriff lets a prioner escape, he is censured for years when a clever lawyer, for cold cash secures a prisoner's freedom, the people want to elect him govenor or something of that sort. Con sistency is still high in the jewel market. Tammany, of New York, is de termined to have a large share of the colored vote. It is making overtures to them by putting num bers of them in office. It is one of the ways that counts. The election in New York will be ex. tremely significant to the colored people.—The Freeman. The acme of racil feeling has been reached in the result that aN tended the efforts of Prof. Wright, a paymaster the army, when he attempted ta...

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 September 1898

II.! |:, ^»r^-?|ipjpi^t^ 11« fe:. Diar eep at Isin time aviour been been front, wigon my* a sup k-train now in SE KS- eals 00MS Iowa ,14. It» ie. Salary —Definite, onthlyS'5: stamp'" Dept. f&ld&X PAr fe"'. E. itio? rond No. 31 Jnljj oea id en w« octor, night I with tilts to Four Goad Barber*. V- '•*v-«* State Bystander. C?U£i£iX8H3D KVKi'il FRIDAY BY Tint ygASPKB PCJUSH1M8 IOWA 'I'lIOXK •T- OOMPILMY. 320 mm STJIKET, BOOM 14. NO. 6i»0. ER OF THE AKBO-AMKRIOA* F»yggOrVK AaSOCUT'lOK OF 10WA. •*Fi-tAJL PAPER (it TBI MOOT VOfr IsUIJ-rUL UNITED 6RAND LOM« OV IOWA, A. F. A A. It. TEBUS OF tOBSOBIPTIOa. One ynr fl.M fix month*...., j$ Thr«« months ALL WB»CRIB*L«W PM%MO HTMM __ J. L, THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD. MANAGER. Bend money by poetofflce arder, monn srdar, express or draft, to TMI IOWA LTIN •ISTANDBB Publishing Company. Communications nin»t be written an ona tide of tha papar only and ba of tntareat to the pnbllo. "Brevity ta tha tool of wit," rain ember, W'a will not rat...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 30 September 1898

mm «a iP! lif Kw^in Syfy Eiijr'if $?&•:' %.»iii Jf&'l :V.'' & ,f V' Iff-) Vv 1 sr. If JL 1 v« atv* 'vB »*.•&£ tffi Jiv -A® -&£i I BTSTANDEK PCB. &K8 MOINES, IOWA. We must carry the beautiful with ua, or we find it not. A New York paper Inquires, "Will Iftooeerelt run?" He didn't at Santiago. A. beautiful Memphis belle is named 'Miss Outlaw. She ought to be cap tured. A man's manners are a mirror in Which he shows his likeness to the in telllgent observer. Positions on that investigating com mission are not generally regarded as something equally as good. When a noble life has prepared old kge, it is not a decline that it reavels, but the first days of immortality. A man can carry his mind with him •s he carries his watch but like the lyatch, to keep it going he must keep it wound up. "J*4 When the society contingent of Roosevelt's Rough Riders get back among the "four hundred" the swell pacificos will be very small potatoes. The foolish and wicked practice of...

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 September 1898

if .siting J"."**? TVVOKTHY our WW* inties. «'s ne. SMtfj ,9—DefloJ". Monthly nil stamp*4 Dept. Iren. tnedy has of croupy an equal h- ctlve. —The Gr 11 be utllii tOfl«W w* ?i'-\^'~--:^''?'ir5JT'vu'^','.1.'"^v^-v'i-T-J.-J'-V.,- -fts OF INTEREST TO ALL, A \*-W' littla surprise awnitcd two women who recently met in the office of a Chi cago lawyer. They lind never seen each other before, but ere they left the office the discovery was made that each had called to beg-in proceedings to ob tain a divorec from the same man. The residents of a single squaro block New York city, between S .-condaud Third streets and Avenues i! and number 3,358. The avenige income of each of these people is only' §14 a year. On another square block. 1 o.inded bv Fifth and Sixth avenues and Fifty third and Fitty-fourth streets, there arc only 514 pet-sous, ami their wealth aggregates 8400,000,0:i0. They lmvo home polite policemen in 2s*e\v \ork. Xot long ago a woman knocked a man down, on Hrondway, and was abou...

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 September 1898

!Mvi 3* •. 1 &*«*< i-c t- 1 Fi sun mm "jRjT BT8TAMUKB FDD. CO. HdXKES, IOWA. P&1DAY SEPTEMBER 30 fACE ECHOES. j^Ybnth is going to do things to iO|TOW, that old age didn do are rusticating in our city. IfMterday. General Breckenridge, iu» ctor general of the army, said inspecting all the army camps the Negroes' camps were in st sanitary condition. Army is as elevateing as a col course yochiDg has had many defen rs on one ground or another, if once they realize it is a wea 'n that will act upon the one race Bad if not worse than upon the other, lynching will soon run its coarse. There i9 a state ot lawlessness existing in Titus Oouty Texas, which puts the infernal regions to shame. Inoffensive Negroes are being shot and killed from am bush and others have been forced by threats and violence to forsake their homes and leave their crops ungathered. This is Simon pure Americanisn.—Standard. Miss Nettie Guff', "Darkest America," is the only colored lady slide trombone player in...

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