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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 October 1899

m^T,'^^i K'X&'ir+vir. Xifft P*i -£. 4ft IOWA. .' OItm Oat StatfHl VnniTMiL •s0Ok. 13.—The following state department: bias 'received a large titlona signed by, many tlbction requesting him mediation of the united Mttlethe diHerenees.between ijtala and the Transvaal. He ived. other petitions on the some desiring him to cafiae with Great Britain t)ie wrongs alleged to have «d by outlanders, especially ~.«itizens in the Transvaal [^Fining him to assist the Boers __ allegedaggression. *"t ia understood that the president ^hink it expedient to take iahv of these directions. As aides with either party to te, it is not to be thought of. ^0) lMdiation, the president has re no intimation, from either of omtrles interested that the me- IMi of the United Stated would be ipted, and in the absence of Buch Ration from both parties, there is ^tUngin the rules of international justify an offer. ,ol mediation „present' circumstances. It is ?*eown that the president sincerely and desires that hos...

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 October 1899

*, 'i *o* mnnsB. izens suffer an unnessary injury." BUSHWHACKERS^': k« Filipinos A*p Now Breaking dp mall Squads* MANILA,Into.811.—Major Sandy Hook. The fact that the admiral is really in Vermont was signalled last night on tall mountain heights from one end of the state to the other. Says War Can Be Finished. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13.—General Frederick Funston, talking to a repre sentative of the Associated Press on the Philippine campaign,said: "With 50,000 men, if they are pushed the war will be over in six months, but, of course, it won't be ended that soon the troops are kept in Manila. I came back because I was ordered NKW LOSDON, Flam, iWt IOWA w« Oat BMtoitlll NBITML ST U.—The following state department: HAS 'received a large tiona signed by many action requesting him mediation of the united the differencesbetween 'tain and the TransraaL He ived other petitions on the JJFCCT, some desiring him to WPAKM cause with Great Britain $IE wrongs alleged to have '. outlanders, especial...

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. — 13 October 1899

O* w1 A IOWJ{ —. a jy ,«! Jlti fe _ir ijkf? J. ••^Sp ife •Kfe ffe 'Ml VJ •wM it. 1 Si CHAPTER IX. She was seated in the treaMast roam, and alone, when I entered it "the next morning. She was pale and jeubdued, but the languor had gone from her manner, and an unmistaka ble crimson (lyed the pure ivory ol her cheek as she greeted me. Now, then, the explanation was coming. "I—I want to speak to you, Mr. Fort," she said hurriedly, with her eyes on the ground. "I—I—wish to consult you professionally." I bowed and waited patiently. What was coming? Miss Branscombe turned to the window and back again. "It 1B—about the will," she went on. "I want you to tell me what I can do —legally—to alter it? I know that my dear uncle"—falteringly—"has made me his heiress." "You will believe, Miss Brans combe," I could not help saying, "that I had no power, even had I the wish, to alter this." "Yes," she said, with another blush, "I believe it. I ought not to have asked it of you. But now what can I do?...

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. — 13 October 1899

.•anew*" Lsvfrv CHAPTER IX. She was seated in the Breakfast roem, and alone, when I entered it the next morning. She was pale and subdued, but the languor had gone from her manner, and an unmistaka ble crimson jiyed the pure ivory of her cheek as she greeted me. Now, then, the explanation was coming. "I—I want to speak to you, Mr. Fort," she said hurriedly, with her eyes on the ground. "I—I—wish to consult you professionally." I bowed and waited patiently. What was coming? Miss Branscombe turned to the window and back again. "It is—about the will," she went on. "I want you to tell me what I can do —legally—to alter it? I know that my dear uncle"—falteringly—"has made me his heiress." "You will believe, MISB Brans combe," I could not help saying, "that I had no power, even had I the wish, to alter this." "Yes," she said, with another blush, "I believe it. I ought not to have asked it of you. But now what can I do? I want to give Forest Lea to my cousin." "That is impossible," I repli...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 October 1899

1 3 /.. & f. ••'Viv l-i'i J- Wd CHAPTER IX. She was seated in the breakfast roem, and alone, when I entered it the next morning. She was pale and subdued, but the languor had gone from her manner, and an unmistaka ble crimson jiyed the pure ivory of her cheek as she greeted me. Now, then, the explanation was coming. "I—I want to speak to you, Mr. Fort," she said hurriedly, with her eyes on the ground. "I—I—wish to consult you professionally." I bowed and waited patiently. What was coming? Miss Branscombe turned to the window and back again. "It is—about the will," she went on. "I want you to tell me what I can do —legally—to alter it? I know that my dear uncle"—falteringly—"has made me his heiress." "You will believe, Miss Brans combe," I could not help saying, "that I had no power, even had I the wish, to alter this." "Yes," she said, with another blush, "I believe it. I ought not to have asked it of you. But now what can I do? I want to give Forest Lea to my cousin." "That is ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 13 October 1899

fi 1 "t' r'' B, k'i SB BSS Bystander* &Nfe tfmn rem co. OCTOBER 13. orroiiwA news. %$$?$ Bakwrand Manson of Mon AN rUillng Mrs. Wm. Bailey Hamilton arrived home Irotn Des Moines where the visiting friends. Mfca Nettla Singer was a Des Moines *istoorUrtweek. ina'Thompson arrived home. Irdm Newton. £vaas, Mesdames z. Taylor and g|tettiM who have been on the siek list filto lo ba out again. ^•Vincent arrived borne Saturday lUaonCity. !!«•. W. B. Alexander went to Keokuk •twaek to visit friends. ttiftar Bnndj was an Ottnmwa visitor «J The 9Snd of ithis month is quarterly attho A. :M E. Tlokets are out for a grand concert at M. E. churehOet. 19th. CLINTON ITEMS. Mrs. Holly stopped over In Clinton ^Monday for a days visit with the Kev on |pirway* Chicago to visit a sick sister, |Imi her return he will remain in this city. Mrs. A. M. Dayman who has been pCUnton for sometime recuperating from l|heriilnecs returned to duties In Cbjcsgo The stewards are arranging for asocial on Friday eve...

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 October 1899

»». «vWii, V* ds: ~r VOL. 6. Qa* year If PtteUAKKD KVERY FBIDAT BY TUB BY MAUDBB PUBLISHING QOMPANY, mrat AHD IXJCDST STBEETS, BOOMS 10 AND 211 r^gnonths MAKQUABDT BLOCK. IOWA 'PHONE months, Rev. Johnson of Oskaloosa, who has been assisting Rev. Holmes, returned home this week. Mr. Harry Seymore of Cameron, MOt, iavlsitingin our city this week. He /may remain here indefinitely, VGeo. Taylor of Oskaloosa had bus iness in our city this week, going from here to Ottumwa Wednesday. '^Mnb'Wiloa Hughes isa little better this week. She improves very slowly. Lowest prices on Bats, MASON'S. -Miss Clara Whitfield who have been visiting relatives here returned to her home in St. Joseph this week. Mr. E. M. Hendrix, an intelligent young man foom Fraiser, la., has come to our city and entered the Highland Park Normal College, taking a book keeping course. Wm. Coalson arrived home Tuesday •from Dubuque where he accompained President McKinley across Iowa. He speaks quite highly of his trip and pre ...

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. — 20 October 1899

WOT .5«l f4*tfs,S '*f5V §ffiS2 \i A,i I-r1 *v4„ ftp i»r J.*.'--* TW rj il rtwuoo. IOWA. ^jfBWWJWD EXCITEP. tWBsltattlMMIUtl* Ketferre. .flit 11—la the house of yesterday First Lord of the Balfour brought In the fol Massage from the queen: ihto of affairs in Africa having "W in the opinion of her case of emergency within of the act of parliament, eems it proper to provide means for the military ser She therefore thought it right Qoramnntcatc this to hotiae. Her is, by proclamation, about to embodiment of the militia Out the militia reserve force or part thereof as her majesty may Mpeasary for permanent ser- announcement has occasioned wonderment. Old stories preparations against continental •publaations have been revived. It is flpeuly rumored that the government Ml determined to demonstrate to Eu that the British army is not neg in quantity. Probably both the ^^..we of Europe and that of the jturtives of South Africa have some to do with this movement. Ac •eording to statistics publ...

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. — 20 October 1899

ICS or fS. EXPIRATION OF RIOHT OF REDEMPTION. CbiM. P. Dewey (in whose name the same tsxod): ou and each of you are hereby notified „t on the 8th day ot December, A. D., 1896, -,114 following described real estate, to wit: 'Lot M, Central Park, now Included in and (Mining a part ot the city ot Des Moines and all situated with in the County ot Polk and State ot Iowa, was sold for the then delin quent and unpaid tax ot the year 1895, to W. H. Boyle, that the undersigned is now the legal owner and holder ot the certificates ot 'purchaee issued in pursuance of the above mentioned sale and that the right ot redemp tion will expire and a deed for the land be made unless redemption Is made within nine ty days from the completed service hereof. DANIEL T. PATTON, Owner and holder of certificate. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDBSM PTI ON. To Chas. P. Dewey (in whose name the same Is taxed): You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 8th day of December, A. D., 1896, the followin...

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 October 1899

Ptf *fr V\,t A 1 I J||fifee ife •%re t-J' I?, Jw if Al JM$ JF'S W w^pi' p^rS^r^r®61 ::British j. A. iV* nc« Preliminaries for! Big Battle^ PROGRESS^ TODAY. ThumtmI Burgh Dwpmto Strangle issaasiiv- OMMMHI !l|nW«l 8UU Holds Oat. loil, Oct. 19.—The long expected sent on Sir George g. White's in Natal has begun in earnest Orange Free State burghers, who _,v Jl8y, made a forward movement In! of Acton Homes, south-! i*X K'fPyr Ladysmith, and who retreated e® dlB00Tered by White's force £*?•$" reconnolsance, advance^ through Kfm&W*pass Tuesday night and began *mm*» by opening with their ar-. „,,, -on small squads of cavalry on ^P|| outposts. The range was i^Mlderable, and the shooting of the.' artillery wild. The outposts were! ached at the time some ten miles! and eighteen east of camp. The: Vfjfjrldent object of the Boers was to at-' Pitt-'either,' and by the feint to draw: Ifpif. main body of troops from Lady-' |nrfth, or prelude their concentration /^•gainst the town. At any rate t...

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. — 20 October 1899

3? v*.f •&: One of the busiest men in our midst is Prof. Arnold who teaches vacal lessons throughout this county and has charge of the county .music association for vocal lessons., Mr and Mrs. Ward Hughlett has re turned to make this city their home dur ing the winter. All lodges desiring any information or individual persons about the A. A. S. K. meet in MarBhalltown should writu to I. L. Brown 805 Woodbury street this city. On Wednesday there was a pound so ciable given for the benefit of the pastor, it was a success. the way that the members of the A. M. £. ehurch is going to work it looks as if they met business in careing for the pastor. Mrs Mary Wright and mother Mrs. Goina left Friday morning for S terling, III. DUBUQUE NEWS. There was a large congregation at the morning and evening services Sunday. Mr. Christopher who is pick f. oved to the hospital. isb Ruth Lee wa able to be out |Snn- ve-ieast will be held at the church M? lay evening. Mrs. Taylor who has been visiting...

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. — 20 October 1899

+Kr" *'-P t* «. Wti,«1' &\»£L* ,V "H«sJr OUe| Branacombe's wishes—rr" I *lt."wiCdrington, from Yard, paused, notebook in hand and ,h pen suspended, his keen dark eyes ft fixed upon my face. My, Partne'- 1 ,rAt Molton Junction." fc#,-. .a.,!?.,: "precisely—«t Molton Junction. She ,. ted a1 Gladstone bag with her when M-sltt entered the carriage?" "Yea.*'-. "And she took one away with her *wbsn she left?" "-•ryes.". •-•Can you describe the lady?" wait thickly veiled," I replied, rfid not see her features." '""Wat 'tibe young or old?" believe she was young." 5* •'•"Bark or fair?" ip" "gho bad fair hair. She sat on the S|h»» side of the carriage as myself, nid before, she was closely I had no opportunity of study tar features." •«. •s^ •Ss© X.—Continued. iSi will li ratlly.loit, and there ®i(ty, am not my uncle's belr- HfM. '. 1ft the law—I am asking you what Igw," she Interrupted, impatient ly shall not be allowed to take lag if' the will cannot be will In that case be a deadlock,"...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 October 1899

fr* 't mi' m' •TORvrrrsn. r\ latest En*U«h golf itorjr to tolu Justice Lawrence a«ainst 'm He Is an ardent golfer. Ref a case before him in which uo necessary to ask one of the wit hoy, the usual question was acquainted with the an oath. The ingenious jh renlied: "Of course I am. Ain't ^jur Saddle?" $| r.—— young woman who played the ^'Ijoforte once asked Brahms, the poeer, as to the advisability of giv "fc, concert in Vienna. "Are you all ty," inquired Brahms. "Certainly, master may I play something for "Oh, no, no I meant only have new gown and gloves?" "Yes, "Pity otherwise I should have fiii uvum tes, 1 per he :r« of Jed you not to give the concert. following story is going the in Vienna: A well known AuS' anti-Semite and statesman en ivJers three private soldiers. |ld you shoot me, if you were or he asked the first. "Certainly, ild obey orders." "What is your in?" "I am a protestant." "Well, ou?" to the second. "I would sure, although I am a Catho ce yourself." "And you?" to th...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 October 1899

rvery 1 man, Jf .-•' •'•!, &• ,!-:•. t&AY, OCTOBER SO. and Not ttra Honor That Attract* Me,*' Morton PaUhhw letter •Mi Stiver Apostle Which Goea Var In Whr He Wlil Xdi Mk* sYFnleaa the Cash la Forthcom lOftce. (M Jennings Bryan's political "'"nlhrough tlie state of Iowa bears imp of Insincerity. Thepeopleare (lag into enthusiastic raptures presidential aspirant from tbe V«ny longer and in proportion as the public tiring of his mouth Jhe boosts the price which the few are compelled to pay for Extorts. It Is said that he now |it least $300 for each speech he for the Democratic ticket It |e money there is In it for him that looking after and sp he is weep tver the troubles of the Filipinos stated sum per "weep." Is thrifty habit which the silver itle has adopted is nothing new for •T. Sterling Morton of Nebraska an interesting letter written back 880, which reads as follows: ^Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 11, 1889.—Hon. Sterling Morton. Nebraska City, pW.—Dear Friend: Your kind letter If...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 20 October 1899

gf&wf 1 $$ ?ss iv Ska g$u| *51 klpf s®^53 KT' I iT* *. a I'M '1 •*3 J. Sterling Morton of (Nebraska an interesting letter written back 88D, which reads as follows: j, ^XJbcoln, Neb., Jan, 11, 1889.—Hon. I W »sterling Morton, Nebraska City, Ey )»#.•—Dear Friend: Your kind letter 1 I® mw Li^H IOWA. IDA*,v OCTOBER SO. msy and Not ths Honor Thmt Attracts Ma.w Morton Pabllahaa Utter (•MSllver ApaiU Which Goes Far Why He Will Xoi Maki iHalMtha Cub fa Forthooui- TWM Jennings Bryan's political Ivtgh the state of Iowa bears of Insincerity. The people are .T. BK Into enthusiastic raptures i|ke presidential aspirant from the *'MU»y longer and in proportion as the public tiring of his mouth ..boosts. theprice which the few are compelled to pay for IJ^Oflrts. It is said that he now ijjit least $300 for each speech he for the Democratic ticket. It "money there is in It for him that |li looking after and sp he is weep pVer the troubles of the Filipinos I' stated sum per "weep." "Is thrifty hab...

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 October 1899

wm% •A. $&?£''':• r-:v- W Lite' Ijpgfe. Svfw-.i'. CUIIUBHKD KVRBY FRIDAY BY THE BY trmnMl PUBLISHING COMPANY, firiH ADD LOCUST STRKBTS. BOOMS 810 AMD 211 llABQUAKDT BLOCK. IOWA »PHOHB ssr TKRU0 NO- OFFICIAL PAP KB OF THE AFRO-AMBKICAN PBOTBCTIVB ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL PAPKB OF THB MOOT WORSHIP FUL UNITED GRAND LODGB OF IOWA, A F. & A. M. or BUUSCBIPTION. All aubacrlpUon payable In advance. J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8MEPARD. MANAGER. ••ad nooey by pMtoffle* «n*ar. mammt •rdar. express or draft, to Tat tovi ktn Inuion PsbUahlnc Company OesBmualoatlons most be written mm «f tbe papar oaly and ba of latoraat to tba pablio. "Brevity la tha toal af *li' famambar. W# will aot ratura rajaetad manuscript •Kiaaa aooompanlad by poatag* Htmn* IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs Geo. C. Young is able to be out this week. Mr. Wm. Tomlin has moved to Tenth and Scott. Mr. Wm. Hampton is visiting in the Gate City this week. Get your winter coal at 1007 Center street. Iowa '...

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 October 1899

fi v." §c k&k r- m:K wrsyc^ jTvVfc, ,* A ~,\ ht *4 v- IP R:,. ,4' :-.• 5 w', VOL. 6. VDBLI8HED BVKBY FRIDAY BY THE BT RiXDIB PUBLISHING COMPANY, VIITH AND LOCUST 8TBKKT8. ROOMS 810 AND 211 UAltQUARDT BLOCK. IOWA *PHONK USb it*" 8,0 ,,®®• OFFICIAL PAPKR OF TOK AFRO-AMKBICAN PBOTECTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THB MO»f WOBSHIP- FVL UNITED GRAND LUDOl OF IOWA, A F. Jfc A. M. TKBMd OF SUBSCRIPTION. si.au All mbacrlpUon payable In advance. J. I. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. 8HEPARO. MANAGER. •sad money by peatofllea sedar. ssoup wdar, express or draft, t* Til law* Srtn IriTiXDii Piblbklii Company OoKmoBloatloiii mnat be written mm •Ma of tba paper only and b* of tnterwet to Ibo public. "Brtrltf la tba aon) of *lt' •emember. We will not rotura rejected manuaoripi nlaN aooompanlad by porta** iMnu» IOWA'S LEADING COLORED PAPER. CITY NEWS Mrs Geo. C. Young is able to be out this week. Mr. Wm, and Scott. Totnlin has moved to Tenth Mr. Wm. Hampton is visiting in Gate City this week...

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 October 1899

mmmwaqirttii-. have. & 1 l- jc! i| SfrW* ti^xiw'ijTCE ftwffiiwrwj IOWA. that stimulates lam- &——im BwPsPfe. eerconductor way- m* JJ if ,:-,r—. i»y« the averac* trala ^^|««ana'' €kln. feja .... mWM Mttlpllaation table affords Che thought. ^n^v- people half a chance and the other half. ., .,, gilded coins of plausl te mint of deception. ,iVtell the extent of a man's Bs®5?i J« the length of his Sunday face.. a great difference whether used over pr .under the ••M inen hare no business In poll* :':tad politics Is all the business 1 It'takes nine tailors to make a kov many does it take to con ti» tailor-made woman?' »ana?& '4-. g$9QN£ikMB who can afford lore In a at the seashore can afford a se"Pj|^itoiie front in town with the ad winter. !i!fe,M|Htai«-are two reasons why some peo fail to mind their own business "5/ %Jpi'?• that they haven't any business, ««d *be other is they haven't any mind. ^jifWrule of the westers ranch Is that .pgbranded cattle shall be marked by 9«rpiw ...

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 October 1899

i« I u*} I -w- n» &t ft A i*. 'iw,. Han Fbakoisco, Oct. 23.—The Fifty first regiment of Iowa volunteers, numbering 704 men and 40 officers, un* -dor the command of Col. J. C. Loper, arrived here yesterday from Manila on the transport Senator. There was no sickness aboard. The only death re ported is that of Edwyne Kissick, Company P, Oskaloosa, who died at Nagasaki of dysentery. The only in cident of the voyage was an accident that happened to Edwin Statler, Com pany M, and Homer W. Read, of Ster ling, member of Company A, of Des Moines, three day^ out from Nagasaki. They were injured by the breaking of the after Bail, which fell on them. Statics leg was broken and Read sus tained fracture of the skull. Both men a/e doing well. The Senator was caught in the tail of the typhoon en countered by the steamer Empress of Japan. She was tossed lively for sev eral hours, but suffered no severe dam age. So serious did the situation seem to the officers of the steamer at one time that all...

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. — 27 October 1899

IfV 1 mm III III |$| liB tkls destination it was first necessary 5uery '088 the island to Batabcao, the Itbern seaport The distance was ,miles, which, at the rate of 10 I'wnts a mile, made the fare |3. This jlraa bad enough, I thought, until I (found that the tariff placed on my photographing outfit and trunk BO 4 of mixed 'vegetables in section he occupied. After leaving Havana I experienced lot a little difficulty through not un ma derstanding the Spanish language. On cul the train there was not a soul who th: could speak a word of English, while tic my command of Spanish was limited x' "Quanto vale?" or "How. much ». and "Macho graclas," or "Much obliged." Before I left Cuba, however, 0 te I bad added to the foregoing vocabu 2k lary a dozen or so native ejaculations of doubtful significance but lndubita- Me potency in various cases of emer- gency. At Batabano 1 learned that a •teamer bad but a would elapse before tbe de ofr another. I thereupon de- lad~4o.spend th«. Interval with...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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