Officers of Streamers on the Diamond Jo Line - 1891
CUBBERLEY, PHILLIPS, FAY, BEADLE, CALHOUN, MONAHAN, DAWLEY, IRWIN HICKMAN, KILLEEN, FULTON, MILES, DOLESON, WILLIAMS, SAUER, RICE, BOLAND, REARDON, BUCHHEIT, GREG, NORRIS, RUBY, BURNETT, MCCLEARY, HILL, JENKS, HUDSON, ROBERTS, MARTIN, BEEMENE, KAY COSTELLE, BLANK
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Clinton Daily Age - Jun 3, 1891
Following is a complete list of the officers of the steamers of the Diamond Jo line for this season:
The 'Mary Morton'
Master L. H. Cubberley; first clerk, Ed. Phillips; second clerk, Ed. F. Fay; pilots, H. E. Beadle and Jule Calhoun; first engineer, George Monahan; second engineer, Dan Dawley; mate, Jesse Irwin; steward, Wm. Hickman.
Master John Killeen; first clerk, M. P. Fulton; second clerk, Geo. M. Miles; pilots, S. J. Doleson and L. P. Williams; first engineer, Ed. Sauer; second engineer, Henry Rice; mate, John Boland; steward, Thos. Reardon.
Master F. E. Buchheit; first clerk, Ceph Greg; second clerk, C. A. Norris; pilots, Mikes Ruby and Sheldon Ruby; first engineer, Charles Monahan; second engineer, Thomas Burnett; mate, Frank McCleary; steward, H. G. Hill.
The 'Gem City'
Master G. W. Jenks; first clerk, John F. Fay; second clerk, L. J. Hudson; pilots, Dug. Roberts and Charles Martin; first engineer, A. F. Beemene; second engineer, Wm. Kay; mate, R. Costelle; steward, William Blank
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