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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 October 1899

H1I 40uld ttt -. itnencement of the prei- yj$PA!tt:engaged by, a publishing. I?tqi .jrlslt the West Indies for of securing photograpns M*«omlng history of our.new not' long PPwtlai out that in Cuba time is irt only about one-third its Wdue In the United States. In if I wanted anything to? £1 eould reasonably depend upon ti the day after the morrow, toentiy I began by. reluctantly Py »lx months of actual time to three score days ks reck ftfom standpoint of things ac to Te accomplished within that One of the most trying insti #lth which I became involved .flttg&ui" intervals was the railroad. I* Jwt here I wish to counsel the "er who desires to do Cuba with- Umited period to beware of the ^PPPWMif *nd from an all-around &S*wl»flpoint of economy invest in a By so doing he'll save time in long and 1 left Havana my first object point was the Isle of Pines, to the jpWthward of Cuba. In order to reach JteSt UU4U6 "c cavtj um( loiig run, to say nothing of ex and mental friction. V. ...

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. — 27 October 1899

\:t Mi tiki S\,X.V A. lAn Iowa Soldier Boy Writes from the Philippines. lARGESAUAJNSr OCR SOLDIERS. lokn O. Stevenson of the Fifty-First Iswn [l)lpT))V(i llie Assertion* of The Antl lmpvrlatllKt" Wnlch Is Being Circulated [by the Iowa Democratic State Ceut-nl ilomiolitca—M«thlu( About Candidate k'hlte'* 1'uli ileal Fust. The Democratic state central oom Imlttee has begun the circulation in Iowa of Tlie Anti-Imperialist, the mag azine published by Edward Atkinson for the avowed purpose of opposition to "tropical expansion and to the pres ent criminal aggression in tlie Philip pine islands." The issue of this maga zine which the Democratic committee is Bepding out by the thousands con tains many pages of extracts from the New .York mugwump Post giving al leged extracts from letters from sol diers in the Philippines charging cruel ty in the treatment of the prisoners and describing the war now being car ried on there as brutal. It also gives, just enough of the correspondence with Agui...

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. — 27 October 1899

toil White's Pulitiual Pust. iiii 1 :.vm "An Iowa Soldier Boy Writes from P* the Philippines. URGES AGAINST OUR SOLDIERS. ohn O. Stevenaon of tlie Fifty-First Iswn Ulapifives the Assertion* of The •'Autl Intperlalint" Wiiluh Is Belug Circulated by tlie Iowa Democratic State C«nt"»l oiouiittee—something About Candidate The Democratic state central com mittee has begun the circulation in Iowa of Tlie Anti-Imperialist, the mag azine published by Edward Atkinson for the avowed purpose of opposition to "tropical expansion and to tlie pres ent criminal aggression in tlfe Philip pine islands." The issue of this maga gine which the Democratic committee As to the other charges made by At kinson we are able to present an an swer in the language of an Iowa sol dier who has just written to his par ents in this state in regard to the ru mors -of such charges which have reached the boys in the trenches. The letter we quote was written by John O. Stevenson to his father, Rev. J. O. Stevenson of Wa...

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. — 27 October 1899

ip JC^f M'-,i*» s% $$$• I ffir. v„ "A*. NOTICE OF BXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF KBDBMPTION. •. ..To Chaa. P. Dewey (In wfeose name the aame i'i iv': ia taxed): J:.',-'You and each of yon are hereby notified that on the 8th day of December, A. D., 1816, the following described real eatate. to wit: Lot S3, Central Park, now included in and forming a part of the city of Dee Holnee and all altuated with in the Count/ ot Polk and »4 State of Iowa, waa aold for the then delln .• quent and unpaid tax* of the year 1895, to W. H. Boyle, that the. undersigned la now the legal owner and holder ot the certificate* of purchaee iaaued In purauance of the above if' mentioned aale and that the right of redemp Uf'1' tion will expire and a deed tor the land be hM made unleaa redemption la made within nine Mi ty daya from the completed aervice hereof. Ycu^nd'each of youlare hereby notl^l that on the 8th day of December. A. D., 1896, the following described real estate, to wit. Lot SI, Central Park, now inclu...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 October 1899

IW&S^'wvm I •"V-V LI# Anc«1«* mid floaMitrn Oallforata Every Friday night, at 10:35 p. m., through Tourist Car for Los Angeles id Southern California, leaves the iiicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Rail ay Union Passenger Station, Chicago, la Omaha, Colorado springs and Salt ike City, for all points in Colorado, Jtah, Nevada and California. In addition to the regular Pullman porter, each car is accompanied by an Intelligent, competent and courteous .{'courier," who will attend to the Wants't passengers en route. This is ku entirely new feature of tourist car service, and will be appreciated by 1Tamilles or by ladies traveling alone, -i'tarticular attention is paid to the care of children, who usually get weary on I a long journey. These tourist cars are sleeping cars supplied with all the accessories neces sary to^make the_ journey comfortable and pleasant, an| the berth rate (each berth will accommodate two persons) is only ?6.00 from Chicago to Cali fornia. Ask the nearest ticket...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 27 October 1899

a Wi M4k. t'r -I# i's •f* mm 1 •to­ £Tp aaipi^ ••..••••,•• ft vm *TOWf ™»«*m WfOWA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER *7. RACE ECHOES There are orer 250,000 N**ro Catholic* In *tbi« country. ww: Vs iV^'» ^v^lpi** ^(vv A colored mttn bu been admit 'ted us member of tde Board oi Trade of Reading P«.\,,a V^'V- 4 Jonea and Sutton hare mcceas fullj plajed all the leading Tirade ville hoaaea in the principal cities ib On m., Vi* The Big Four Oomediana Owena flvrriiratlier, Watkina and Hinen with Uogera & Johnson' Southern Minstrel. •••-.' Simpson and Pitman, high-class musical artist are being featured with the Kichard* & Pringle'a Fa moas Georgia minstrels. •. Miss S. Matilda "Warren, ol Baltimore Md., has wiitteuadra ina, of a Woman's Heart or Lojuil Unto Death." MUb Warren was born in Elkton. Md and received her education Elktou aud Philadelphia. She i» also a muftician aud painter. ^Excursion Tickets to the Great American Exposition, to be Meld at Omaha, Neb., ht Rev. Charles S. Morris, the elo...

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 November 1899

FT-- ./ SiSfr Wo (MJ* lit i' vV/ ?l xri« v. :wm" Mf* 'Mrs. H. Gould who has been Buffer ing from a carbuncle and not a tumor is almost well. Rev. and Mrs. McCraven spent Sun day at Marquisviile visiting hiB sister Robinson. Remember that the literary lyeeum that is being organized will finish its organization next Tuesday evening. Mr. 8 G. Lewis, of Pes Moines St. presented his wife and daughter with a beautiful piano. name off of our list, wont you pay up your back subscription at once. Help a race enterprise by getting your neighbor to subscribe for the Bystander, the only race paper in the state. Mrs. Anna Hall, has been very sick this week, and confined to her bed the most of ths time. ., j, VOL. 6. PUBLISHED KVKHY FBIDAT BY THE BY UTTIMMI PUBLISHING COMPANY, ',' NNG AWD LOCUST STBKETS, BOOMS tlO AND 311 MABQUABBT BLOCK. IOWA "THONE N0 899. OFFICIAL PAPRB OF THE AFBO-AMEBICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF IOWA OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE MOS*P WOBBHIP- FUL UNITED GRAND LODGE OF IOWA, A. F...

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 November 1899

I\ -i'l i'-f wffla ^*JI"^J»:I.7P:- :.'V' \-V k. K»ur 1 JMfe Nil ii. C*M to l, HOT. ».—In report *rat by followiof lii learineA: Ircuinatanoes whteh Attended «sov«tneot of LientenantColonel Mon column am". net yet. 'fully' but from'repo^ woelTed the appears to hava carried out the unmolested unttlwtthin ll€»'6f ^tehobaa^ Xdt A* this —. the hill *iew rifle shot* stampeded the, ln- 'ife*»toy^^witio^uleaT^^S. spread to «M toirttety mules, J'^«cn broke loose from tlieir leaden jrg SittlS^|fotJ^»'w«y- w*th practically the. por w^enUl small arm ammuni tion.,, Thei«er»ewas similarly lost, mfAntry battailous, however, with bayonets and) accompanied by the nnel of thp artillery, selied the •on "the left '(rfite road two miles the1 Sek with but little opposi- There th^y remained nnmolest* jjUim,, the time being oocu* in the organization of defense of hill and constructing stone san iiM»:ttnd' Walls "u a coverfrom fire, dawn'the skirmishing' attack on position commenced Uy the enemy, madje npTv...

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 November 1899

SSr UIV*D At dawn the skirmishing. attack on mat {position commenced tf the enemy, lttt made no way until 9:3(Ka. m., when strong re-inforcement enabled them 4t rush to attack with great -energy. ffik* Their fire became very searching and R" two eompaniesof'the Glouceatershirea «dto fi? ki fall back, The enemy then press ed to short range, the losses on" our up aide becoming1 very numerous. At 3 p. ML- oar ammunition was practically: ex* hausted, the position captured and the amrjvors of the column fell into the enemy's hands. The enemy treated otir wounded with humanity. General Joubert atonce dispatched a letter to me offering safe conduct to doctors and ambulances to remove thie wound :r? ««L Medical officers and parties to th render the first mid to the wounded were dispatched to the sceneof action from Ladysmith last night and the ambulances at the dawn of morning.!! LONDON, Nov. 2.—A Ladysmith special says: "The Boers again closed arOnnd the -place Monday night, send­ ing shel...

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 November 1899

'J frwa State «t Bm*vDUt rra.cx». J»E* MOINES, INrt*y ammunition mules. Tht atkm- a,doffering *i b«ttery Washing TO*, Oct. 31.—An under standing has been reached by which it expected that negotiations will be sfjKfeed eoon at Madrid for anew treaty between the United, States and Spain, TkiS will toe the last step'towardseom estoring the friendly relations 'the two countries. The war fept the old treatv-oat of obTy* ithSr wzffiyjps. tending Mteraafi3hal -36*' THB AMERICANS ADVANCE. THI IN ISWa. •ow HArpcna I Wklt« T«Ui How tht YI^om Be MM, 1 WPMi Noir.'l—|» a report sent by th« following U'lefunwd: Jcircumstance* which attended /Up movement of Lieutenant Colonel 1 C^slton'B column, are not yet fully |mftwown. fcui: fwm' reports reoelved the KfWiu«|^N ni to have carried out the pirch unmolested until within i#|^^^t^c^((rf-:NiiholsonVi,Sek:. At this ^fwSt'tirt boulder* rolled from the hill ««#«.few rifle abofe stampeded the.in- mules, wlfich broke loose from their leaden «M got away wi...

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. — 3 November 1899

cm* •SteJ. ffl fwmp ^CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) Ion*, my dear child, are you there? lamp Is very dim, is It not? I see you," called the sleepy TOlce Heathcote, waking me from a ua dream of wonderment and And at the same moment the entered, full of apologies for his absence. fl couldn't get away," he explained, quite unnecessary elaboration, lese poor things like to talk out all fhelr troubles, and they are very long rinded. You can't cut them short— todo that would be to ruin your repu liton tor sympathy. Nona, my dear, let. ushave some tea, if you please. I am afraid it is the Dean's tea—full of pernicious tannin by this time. It 1b a qu«tt4r to ten o'clock"—taking out hla watch. "Why"—staring round him in fceirtttfenhent—"what has become of th« child? I could declare I saw her sitting there in her black gown when I 'came in. What queer trick have my •eyes played me now?" "Miss Branscombe has just left the room/' I said, coming to the front "and, Mrs. Heathcote—Mr. Heathcote— will y...

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. — 3 November 1899

I W*VW?' "t""*,«'? «. fix r,« *i '*j f.j'|" CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) tallwNona, my dear child, are you there? The lamp is very dim, la It not? I jrfj-, -don't see you," called the sleepy voice «f Mrs., Heathcote, waking me from a rapturous dream of wonderment and ir% And at the same moment the tor entered, full of apologies for his absence. "I couldn't get away," he explained, with quite unnecessary elaboration. "These poor things itke to talk out all their troubles, and they are very long winded. You can't cut them short— to do that would be to ruin your repu tation for sympathy. Nona, my dear, let us have some tea, if you please. I am afraid it is the Dean's tea—full of pernicious tannin by this time. It Is a quarter to ten o'clock"—taking out hla watch. "Why"—staring round him in bewilflenhent—"what has become of the child? I could declare I saw her sitting there in her black gown when I 'came in. What queer trick have my -eyes played me now?" "Miss Branscombe has Just left the ...

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. — 3 November 1899

$ »Pf CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) "Nona, my dear child, are you there? The lamp ts very dim, Is It not? I 4on't see you," called the sleepy voice •of lfrs., Hefcthcote, waking me from a rapturous dream of wonderment and And at the same moment the etor entered, full of apologies for his long absence. "I couldn't get away," he explained, with quite unnecessary elaboration. "These poor things like to talk out all "their troubles, and they are very long winded. You can't cut them short— #o do that would be to ruin your repu diation for sympathy. Nona, 1 my dear, let as have some tea, if you please. I ijn afraid it is the Dean's tea—full of ^pernicious tannin by this time. It is a qvafter io ten o'clock"—taking out hia •watch. "Why"—staring round him In -fowlldeniie&t—"what has become of the child? I could declare I saw her sttting there in her black gown when came in. What queer trick have my 'eyes played me now?" "Miss Branscombe has just left the room," I said, coming to the front "...

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. — 3 November 1899

gfip" Sj ^i«»wS&j^« caw w«mi PtoMut were WftfoadajMiightatUM £. oi B« il. «W, itailUi outdated. Mr. Mr». Packer located at 12C7 e. lfttitatnet. B»T 8n»IU» Who fell and dislocated his MrmeoTeral WNki ago is improving and wqmta to TMQIM OD»should Wt 7* ANY a 1 A %t£i hia work at tit* hotel Dalano in a tew weeks. Ml* HeurieU* Vinton Davis the noted •locutioiiist wilt'give an entertainment at the A. M. E. church KOT. 8th and every irJ and bear her. Bev, Hhinehart of Mt. Pleasant will assist ttlder Uiggins in bis quarterly meet log on Sunday. Mre. Burkheart of Lincoln Nebr. made brief visit with her molW week before test Mi*. J. Jones. :,.. Mrs. J. Cartel^ sistwr il. ..visiting ber ftW P. King has gone west with Mr. C.»E. Parkinson a homing tear, Mrs. D. Earlf'i lather Mr. Gross is .-^•erf sick. 0 Oliver Folks now belongs to the foot bail team of JSUiot's business College. PresidingKider Bundy will be hereon r^Uov. 9ih. '4 VVr MT. PLEASANT NEWS. Mrs. D. J.Tate and master Howard M^/'i...

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. — 3 November 1899

ft** p.'i IF pi# fill Wk Wk life IliW -"'-3^9 B&V,. IX'. WR IF.-:' PV~ pyteis to Ml Igp,v fife if$ ohBrch on# •*ould Evans wherv Uev, Tate is located, tbe city regtels to see the mproviug. ing WOUUCLIUUY. tiLVV. have GUBTEII at right WAY. THE ,1 men's day ttttei'uooii tne l$4 *{&> •SK 5#. -zassl#^ SNW.^A'RjVi^ IIS|. II.:B. K. oi P. 8®V J, -Wi SMIUI offioUUd. Mr. yod Mrs. PMrteMt lonte^ at 1207 $5 JSpf!" »»T Smltta who fell mud dislocated his wwtoftgo is improving and •*Peots Hov, 8th and every unkft hear 'her.' Bev. Khinebart of Mt. Pleasant will kMtot ifiWer Higgins in bit quarterly meet ing on Sunday. Mrs. Barkheart or Lincoln Nebr. made brief visit with her mother week paBtor ahd his family leave. Cora Owens entertained a aumber of friends Monday eveoiug at her pleasant .home 011 St.Cherry street in honor of her friend Miss Leonu Day. Everybody ex pects a good liuie when invited to MUS Owen's hoiue and passed oi course this time they were not disappointed. The evening ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

fe.^ 8 Gen. ^Wh ite'ypler.co Is Worrying BritiirWar Office, OCEAN CABLE BREAKS DOWN. Mim the Official Report from the Front Came Tuesday NlgUti No Word Hai Been Received—Story of the Disaster Told In Detail. London, Nov. 3.—Not one word of special cable was received Wednesday by any of the London papers. This is •aid to be due to the breakdown of one of the ocean cables and the press of official messages. Preference is also given to private messages dealing with the fortunes of the officers and men. It is considered strange, however, that the war office 1b without advices of Tuesday's fight at Ladysmith. f\ the Daily n!* 6' Pietermaritzburg apetial says: "J limber of stragglers from the Gloucei regiment and some of the stampedel Juries, with a part of the mountain battery, have returned to Ladysmith." There is an unconfirmed Cape Town report that Gen. Buller has left for Durban. Gen. White's message to the war of ,flee, dated Tuesday evening, ^giving .' further particulars of the di...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

1m !iif •A Gen. White's fterjco Is Worrying War Office. OCEAN CABLE BREAKS DOWN. •lace the Official Report from the Front Came Tuesday Night, No Word lias Been Received—Story of the Disaster Told in Detail. London, Nov. 3.—Not one word of •pecial cable was received Wednesday by any of the London papers. This is •aid to be due to the breakdown of one of the ocean cablcs and the press of official messages. Preference is also given to private messages dealing with the fortunes of the officers and men. It is considered strange, however, tliat the war office Is without advices of Tuesday's fight at Ladysmith. The Daily N- S' Pietermaritzburg spctelal says: "1 umber of stragglers from the Gloucej .* regiment and some of the stampedeL juries, with a part of the mountain battery, have returned to Ladysmith." There is an unconfirmed Cape Town report that Gen. Buller has left for Durban. Gen. White's message to the war of fice, dated Tuesday evening, .giving further particulars of the disaste...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

—»saaEa^"" M„ NOT.CS & —6 tWtI«na mrner and holder I??',® You andeaehof you are hereby notified thaC wuthe 8th day of December, A. D., 1896, •he ,tallying described real estate, to wit: L®i« Central Park, taow Included in and forming a part of the city of Dea Moines and all situated with in the County of Polk and Sta*" of Iowa, was sold for the then delin quent and unpaid tax ot the year 189S, to W. H. Boyle, that the undersigned Is now the legal owner and holder ot the certificates of purchase Issued in pursuance of the above mentioned sale and that the right of redemp tion will expire and a deed tor the laud be made unless redemption is made within nine ty days- from the completed service hereof. nAUIOf a SMOS&tt^SSSlER^w Kj ~°V*?". ®*Plr' *»d a deed for the laud ba Lil J'-*DI« *ay« it expire ana a MM I for the taud be n^r^mptloa is made within pine from the completed service hereof. DANIKL T. PATTON QwaT and holder of certificate. NOTICB OP EXPIRATION OR RIGHT OF RHDBMPTJ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

Se *v jf- vr r- P*«gn *. bmtr, (i* ^£^*jrip tj»0 e*ch ot y«u «re msif-s wragsssssgflaf''a (h. IfHH inl) ir.t* »k*','th.^.' a:». h« jowa, was nold tor the then "dpiin" unMd Ux of the mm ?o that the vntenw««t Is now Ac legal owner and bolder o» WcirHflMU® WrMiMe l»u«4 in pursuance of the above ®®®yw*d .aale »nd that the. right of redeoin •'HO?* ''-,V®*tWrS knd a deed (or the laud be S*2* unl®* ™»empUon la made within nlne- days from the completed service hereof DAMK«' T. PATTON." aH .l^Qwwr.aiid holder of certlttcate, NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OFRIGHT OP RBDBMPTION. u5td):' Dewer (ln wh0M name the same You and'each of you are hereby notified JJat on the 8th day of December, A. D., 1896, the folio win*, described real estate, to wit' X«t a, Central_Park, now included in and forming a part of the city of Dee Molnea and all situated with lb the County of Polk and SUta of Iowa, was sold for tho then defin S.V.. unpaid tax of the year 1896, to w. H. Boyle, that the undersigned la now the legal ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 3 November 1899

r«l |Want your moustache orown or rich black 1 1 1 tt It! tyr ook yourself 1 7, covered *S!i pimples? Your skin and blotchy? It's your liver! yer's fills are liver pills. They lire constipation, biliousness, and dyspepsia. 25c. A11 druggists. a beautiful BUCKINGHAM'S DYE MSr. NJKJ DEWEY IN AN EMERGENCY. Dow Be Circumvented Desertion Con •piracy After the Civil War. One striking characteristic of the Admiral is the readiness with which he meets every emergency, says Leslie's Weekly. He Is resourceful as well as prompt in action. An illustration of this occurred during a cruise which Dewey took after the civil war, in the Mediterranean, on the old ship Canan daigua. The war fever had died out, and men frequently deserted. On men* of-war, boats cannot be lowered with out an order, except In case of a man overboard. Several malcontents in the crew one night, $hereforef railed th& ""man overboard'1 tfy, iofrfeftu a Tiofit *nd scuttled off into the darkness. ^iwey was executive office...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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