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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 29 April 1900

t I QF C Ct 1t f lOt lOtra t o L tr 2 2I ra i Mt MtM I 4 fJtrr fJtrrVJ 1 1I 1fJtrr M y I 4 VJ I p Vk VkWASHINGTON A f 7 iltI iltII i < I b j I 1 R 4 4II 4 1 + i II IIVOLUME VOLU VOLUME Iii XVlfo8ij XYiso 8 WASHINGTON WA HINGTON D O SUNDAY APRIL 29 1900 Price 6 O3CNTS O NTS PanAmerican Pao merieao Exposition GEORGE BLETSTEIN BLETSTEINMr T TSEIN TSEINt TSEINMr t Mr Bleistein is the chairman of the Committee of Publicity Publicityfor for r 01 U tlw < o 1 Pan 11 rn n Amorumn mOllOan Exposition 1 xpos if Ion to t 0 be vO held 1 Ie 11 at1 Btrfliilo unit d11 0 Ne New NewYork N ow owYork + c cYork York in 1001 lie is deserving of great praise for the able ablemanner ablomanner ablea ° a manner in which he is doing his work for the Exposition he is isquick isquick isquick quick to acknowledge favors received from publishers and they theyare theyare theyae are pleased to respond to requests from him as is shown by the thegreat thegreat thegreat great notoriety given the Exposition in th...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 29 April 1900

4s 3sa IuII1I1r ti 1 tl THE WASHINGTON HATCHET HATCHETPublished HATCHETPublisl HATCHETPubUslwll Publisl Published cd Every SundayO1 Sunday 30 3O4 O1 < 1 l Penn > enn Ave ISW Washington 1Vam Vu hingtn I DO DOW D DW > C CW W J Armstrong Co Publishers PublishersSubscription Publishers8ubseJ PublislioraSIfbscli31loU = Subscription 8ubseJ lUOn Rules RalesOne llaiesOne RulesOne One Copy One Year 100 100To 100To 100To To Club Agents 75 75TIIK 76111J 751ilE TIIK HATCHET T l has a larger regular mailing circulation with Ith ni niexception one oneexcepllon mexception exception than any Sunday publication In Washington and wo believe tl tlsjcond the thesocond tlsecond second largest local circulation In tho District of Columbia ColumbiaDewey ColumbiaDowey ColumbiaDewey Dewey is the best Admiral that ever lived why would he inmake in not notmake mmake make the best President is a question that is agitating tl tlminds the theminds tlminds minds of a majority of the American people peopl...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 29 April 1900

I 11 I P PI I I fi fW B1ILIRRD mlllH POINTS POINTSf rm I IJacob f Jacob Schaeffer on the Science Scienceof Scienaof I of the Game GameTHE GameI I I II THE WEAK BRIDGE HAND HANDDont HANDI HANEDont I Dont Try to Make Hard Shots Out Outof OutI Ou Ouof I of Easy Ones OnesNever Never Get Careless CarelessA I A Few i Donts Worth Remember Rememberi RememberingPaints Ing lngPoints Points for the Beginner BeginnerDont BeginnerDont BeginnerDont I Dont imagine that the cushion of oftho oftho of ofmho tho billiard tablo is a punching fong fongor bagor Jag JagI or that it Isnt the most delicately delicatelyconstructed delicatelyconstructed delicatelyconstructed I constructed thing for it Its purpose that thatman thatman thatIlan man could dovlse It t can stand blows blowsfrom lIlowstram blowfrorn from the balls that would kill u luuneabeing human humanbeing hUlllllnJolng being but not an elephant The balls ballstoo lIallstoo ballstoo too are na delicately turned and as asperfectly asI alperfectl...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 29 April 1900

t I H Ii f EIISTWORK f l W ON 1 THE W WHEEL WHEELHow l lHow How to Become an Expert ExpertBicycle ExpertBicycle ExpertBicycle Bicycle Rider RiderLIGHT RiderLIGHT RiderLIGHT LIGHT WHEELS ARE BEST BESTOut Out Wheels Built for Use on the theTrack theTrack theTrack Track Will Not Stand the Strain Strainof of the Rough Road Work WorkTo WorkToClips WorkToeClips Tos TosClips Clips and Rams Horn Handle Bars BarsA BarsA BarsA A man In pulling on a pair of boota hootaloouree boota100llr9S bootasoonres loouree nn nddod lovorngo by pulling pullingupon pullingIIIJon pullingupon upon tho bootstraps and pushing with withthe withthe withthe the foot In the same way a man with withdownturned withdowntllrned withdown downturned down turne1 bars pulls up on his bars barsand bnrsnnd barsand and push pUlh08 OB down on tho pedals But Butthe Dutthe Butthe the use of rams horn bars alone isnot Is Isnot Isnot not aufflolent They should boar such sucha a relation to tho pedals and saddle saddlethat snlldloth...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 6 May 1900

J J I l I rM n nXY 4 h hI hIi I I Ii I III I II III I Ii II I i I t VOItUME XY XVNo86 No 86 WASHINGTON WA HINGTON D G SUNDAY MAY 6 1900 Price B O3BJNTS O b NTH I 4 POPULflR rorULflR SCIENCE SCIENCEBy GIE GE GEi i By this time Lieut Peary has probably left his winter quar quarters quarters quartens ters and started on his trip to the Pole PoleThe Polerhe PoleThe The Union Pacific Railway Company is providing its offices officesin I in large cities with a mutoscopo for displaying some of the in interesting interesting interesting ¬ teresting points along the Overland route Six sets of viewshave views viewshave viewshave have been provided one of them being the Overland Limited Limitedgoing Limitedgoing Limitedgoing going at a speed of a mile a minuteProf minute minuteProf minuteProf Prof Dewar found by using a rhodiumplatinum rhadinm platinum resistance resistancethermometer resistancethermometer resistancethermometer thermometer and by the use of methods designed to overcome overcome...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 6 May 1900

I Ie THE WASHINGTON HATCHET HATCHETPublished HATCHETpubUshell HATCHETPublislted Published Every Sunday Sunday3O4 ISW Washington D C OW CW CW 304 Penn Ave W J Armstrong Co Publishers PublishersSubscription publishers8ltbSCliption PublishersSubscription Subscription Rates RatesOne RalcsOne RalesOne X100 X100To 100 100To 100To One Copy One Year 76 76THE 76IIIE 75rilE To Olub Agents iIACCIIE1 circulation with one oneexception oneexception onoexception THE HATCHET lIArCIII l has a larger regular mailing In Washington and we believe the tliosecond thesecond thesecond exception than any an Sunday publication of Columbia ColumbiaThe Columbiau Columbiafhe ColumbiaThe second largest local circulation In the District The Dewey enthusinm increases u as the Admiral Ad miralpasses passes through throughthe the country He has the love of the whole people notwitlistanding notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬ infer otherwise The ovations that thathe thathe thathe standing the wiseacres may he i...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 6 May 1900

I I u w1 I A SKUNK FARM IN OHIO OHIOTHE1 OHIOTHE 01110THE THE NEW INDUSTRY PAYS FAIR FAIRLY FAIRI FAIRLY ¬ I LY WELLWhat WELL WELLWhat WeLLt t What the Animals Like for Food FoodPrice FoodI FoodPrice Price of Their Fur FurLittle Little Skunks SkunksAre SkunksAre 8kunkiAro I Are as Playful as Kittens KittensThe KittensTheProper KittensThlProper The TheProper Proper Time for Marketing MarketingThe r The oldest and largest Im ost skunk farm farmIn tnrmIn tarnin In Ohio Is located six miles northeast northeastof of o Upper Samlusky Snllt1u I Wyaudot countyand county countynnd couut couutUII and UII < < 1 Is owned owne by J Silas I n DeHolt who whohas whohn winhas has hn for 01 six years enl past been engaged In Inthis Inthis It Itthis this enterprise While Mr 11 hellolies hello Deltoltlias Dellolthns lies been Jeon ordinarily successful success Cui with withhis withhis witlhis his undertaking he does not expeenhinlsef express expresshimself OXlllcSShllluelt himself enthusiasticall...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 6 May 1900

T T e 1 < TIOW ow SHE SAW EUROP1 EUROP1A > B BA A BRIGHT GIRLS TRIP COST BU BUT 350 350But 350But 350But But of Courts She Would PractlcSelf Practlc PractlcSelfDenial PractlcoSelfDenlal SelfDenial Self Denlal and Accept SituationThat Situation SituationsThat 8ltuatlonThat That She Does Not Mention MentionWhat MentionWhatthe Wha Whathe the Tips Amounted to toA toA toA A girl wont to England J u laud last mm mmmor sounor nor with only anI S30 3 0 to her credit uufor IHColotho befurthe uufortho tho railway rallwa and steamship ticket ticketwore tlclwllwore ticketware wore purchased She visited KiiBlun KiiBlunmid 1 lyngianand IIJhlll1lIud mid 1nrls had a royal good time HID HIDvery IIIIW IIIIWory sayvory very ory much of J Kujjlnml nlalHI nnd nil th thwonders the thewoul1ers tlmWOllller6 wonders of the shining while ell ellwhcrounto IllWholounto ellwherounto whcrounto nil sorts and condition t tnion or cInch Inch will gaily sail llock lIol this minumi minuminnd I su0nnrand II III ...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 13 May 1900

h iPY F G i t t 1 I I I m I r rJI JI I i H HJ u t I J YOIDM V04UMW vol l XY XVllo86 No 86 WASHINGTON D O SUNDAY SUNDAYMAY MAY 13 131900 19OO Price B OEJNTS O NTH NTSI I CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINOLOGYShall i I I I Shall Wo Ye Brand and Execute Executthe Exeoutethe Executethe the Habitual Criminal OriminnlSpecial Criminalt CriminalSpecial t Special to the hatchet IlntchetSince I1ntchett hatchetSince Since the dawn of civilization clvlliatloicrlminoloijisla cl1IzntloncrlmlnolOlslS t criminologists and penologists have Imviinatlo IlIvomado havemade made i n deep study of the ways wns am ammeans and andI I means to succesilully denl with tinhabitual tin thohnbltual thehabitual habitual criminal and up to date datehave dntlf f have signally failed in petting their thciideas theirI theirIdeas I ideas incorporated into laws Not Noibecause Notbecauge Notbecause because they the have not used duo ex excrtlon exertilln oxortion crtlon and well directed intelligence intelligencebut but for the reason ...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 13 May 1900

m r rI rI I I i I I I THE WASHINGTON HATCHET HATCHETPublished HATCHETPitbliSllCli HATCHETlubUswll Published Every Sunday Sundayljonn Sunlllty30tel 30tel ljonn Avc NvV Washington Wash WashingtonW 1inton D DW p > o oWU WU WUW W J Armstrong Co PublishersSithsclrption Publishers PublishersSubscHption PublishersSulJsCIilJHon SubscHption hales liltcsOne JfltlesOne halesOne One Copy One Year YearTo 100 100To 100To To Club Agents 76 76THE 76d 76lIlI 76TILE d THE < lIATCHIyrims lIAlCIlI 1IA1CiiET l has a larger regular mailing circulation with Ith o oexception one onecxceplfon r rexception believe I Isecond tl tlsecond the theIPconl1largcst exception than tiny an Sunday publication In Washington and wo second IPconl1largcst largest local circulation In the District of Columbia ColumbiaTho Coll1mblaho Col unbla unblaThe The ho New York Herald favors the reelection of McKinley McKinleyStrikes McKinleyStriltes McKinleyStripes Strikes and violence are deplorable but not more so than tli tl...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 13 May 1900

I GOLD IN JAPAN JAPANOld JAPANOld Old Diggers Say There Is a Regular RegularKlondike RegularKlondlke Klondike There ThereGold ThereOold Gold Is II now being found In large largequniitltloH lorgeIlInlltitiell quniitltloH at Hokkuldu hi thn prov provIiieo 1110 Iiieo of Kllainl 11111I111111 lu Japan nlloll A territory territorycmliriiLliiK tllllcor1II11111c1111 cmliriiLliiK BX Rlx liuiulroil hlllldl 11 nnd lIII llfty llftyHiinru IIrlyHIIIIIII Hiinru mile tlio cimtrnl point lolnt of ofwhich orwhllh which IH Mount Ollllt IIoroNolmrn IIoro ohollI IH litlng litlngworked 1I111I 1I111I111111 worked and with micli uplundld rvsulta rvsultatlint leHllltstlill tlint tlill t old illcKLra litive BtyliM It thu thuTnpiuufio IIIlTIIIIIIIWIIO Tnpiuufio Klondike Almost all the thegold Ihei i gold Is found In llttlu pools and andstreams 1111I1HtrcOIIII streams which have their source m mMount InIollllt Mount HoroNoboru HoroNoboruUntil 1I0ro 011011I 011011IUlltIl Until recant lecnuIlJ ly there vns only o...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 13 May 1900

K HOW w m LEARN U m SING SINGStyle I R RStyle Style Method and the Choice Choiceof of Teachers TeachersTHE T TeachersTHE eae hers hersTHE THE CORRECT PRACTICE PRACTICEOne One Way to Ruin the VoiceFor VanceForThose Voice VoiceForThose For ForThose Those of Small Voices VoicesObey Obey Your YourInstructor YourInstructor YourInstructor Instructor Implicitly and Persevere PersevereIn In the Right Kind of Practice PracticeYou PracticeYou PracticeYou You cannot produce your tones oor oorrectly corroctl uorrood rood rectly seated at the Instrument bend bending vendIng bendIng ¬ ing your our head forward to rend the thenotes the1I0tM thellatea notes and trying to do two things at atonce litonce atonce once which 110 one but u preatldlgitltleut preitldlglt preitldlgltrUeur IIIelthUgltnteut rUeur can accomplish IlIcceltully IlIcceltullyQuite nneceaefullyQuite ucc S8fully S8fullyQuite Quite the contrary thl this Is the way wayto wayto wayto to ruin your onr voice I nuuro you ou No Nohuman No11...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 27 May 1900

1 1t 1 I j ti t I I I b I II I I a + I If I1k J 1k < fAn n fA fAtik 11 11t 11c 11vo tik f f bM t c 1 Y c A 1 YOIUMB vo uMi XY XVl No 8 8 WASHINGTON WASHINGTO D C2 fie SUNDAY SUNDAYM8Y iSII iSIItD3iY tD3iY M hY 2ii900 7 19OO Price 6 a 3 NTS NT ITEMS OF INTEREST INTERESTFreak INTERPSTFreak INTEL ST STFreak Freak industries are increas increasing inoroasing increasing ¬ ing in Lagraiige Ind Fo 1o1some Fosome POIsome some time there has bean beenskunk a askunk askunk skunk farm in that vicinity vicinityand vioinHyaml vicinityturd and now another enterprising enterprisinggentleman entorprisinggentleman onterprisinjgentleman gentleman of that city is about aboiiito aboutto to start an oppossum fiirm fiirmThe falllllhe farmThe The hello girls have al almost 111I10st almost ¬ most double the usual amoun amounof amount amountof of work to do on rainy days daysThen dnys1hen daysThen Then the telephone is used to tccancel tocnncel tocancel cancel engagements or transact transactbusiness tra...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 27 May 1900

I I I THE WASHINGTON HATCHET HATCHETPublished HATCHETI HATCHETIthlisltefl Published I Every Sunday3O4 Sunday u 3O4 Penn Ave Avo9 IS NV W Washingtori I IW D > O OW CW W J Armstrong Co Publishers PublishersSubscription Publishersc PublishersSUlJSClilJHon PublishersS2bSCiipitOU c = = Subscription Kales KalesOne lltlCSOne RUlesOne One Copy One Year 100 100To lOOTo 100To To Club Agents 75 75THE 761m 751IIE THE 1m HATCHET 1ms a larger regular mailing circulation with on onexception ouo ouoexception mucxceptiot exception than guy nn Sunday publication 1ubHcntlon in Washington and we beHove tli tliBtcond the thesecond thdtCOnd second largest lnr ost local circulation In the District of Columbia ColumbiaToo ColumbiaToo on Too much tinkering is a bad thing catering to busybodies busyboclieis is a mistake and the best way to get rid r l1 of them is to pay m mattention no noattention nHattention attention to them The effort being made in Congress to pro proliibit prohibit proIilbit liibit th...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 27 May 1900

II ROUTE OF Did PATH PATHConstruction PATHConstruction PATHConstruction Construction of a Bicycle Highway HighwayFrom HighwayFrom HighwayFrom From New York to Chicago ChicagoTlio Chicago1ho Chicagoliu Tlio LtUKUo of Auiurlcan Nheulmendh151ous Wheelmen WheelmenillvtaloiiH Wlwl1melldlhilolll illvtaloiiH In Ilmrge of the construction constructionof of tho trunk line side path between botweonNcss betweenNinv betweenNew New York and Ohlcnjjo nro wotkhtgwith working workingwith WOIIdngwith with nil nlllJOsfllble possible speed on the project projectWlillo IIrojoctWhllo project1lilho Wlillo the work of organizing tho prop proper III0Por propr ¬ er coinmlttces Is II nndur wny WII tho di nlvision division Illvision ¬ r vision officers nro rapidly preparing preparingtho the plans plo ns Tliiso hlse have hn e so far pro progressed 1110gllfsell progressed ¬ gressed that tho probable route has al nlmost almost IIImost ¬ most been definitely decided upon uponAs UIIOIII I As s now outlined the pat...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 27 May 1900

I m THE W WOfl1DSFUOD W f SUPPLY SUPPLYProducts ijrrl ijrrlNut Nut Products Will Feed Three ThreiTimes ThreeTimes ThreeTimes Times the Worlds People PeopleNUT PeopleNUT PeopleNUT NUT CULTURE IS URGED URGEDThen URGEDrhen URGEDThen Then There Are Many Weeds am amWild and ilndWild andWild Wild Fruits That Can Be Used ata a aa at ata a Pinch PinchWhere Where We Get Our Pres Present Present Present ent Food Supply SupplyTh SupplyTit uppfyThe Th The Department of Agriculture n nWashington at atWublnltoll ntWashington Washington has been carefully ant antnyitenmtloiilly and 11111fIItett1lUoaIlY andsystematloally nyitenmtloiilly investigating the foot footHtoek foOtIMtook foodstook Htoek in trade of nearly every comtry COlin country COlintry try qn the globe globeAgents globeAgents lobe lobeAenta Agents who are food students hnvtbMti hAve havebeen been sent to China 1oru Persia Mex Mexloo Mexloo loo everywhere to the remotest oiithot omit 011111of omitof of the earth for the purpose of And ...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 10 June 1900

> 1 1pp t Wi n nV04UMW pp r I V04UMW XT XVlfo8 No 8 WASHINGTON WAfZ HINGTON > D Q SUNDAY JUN 1O 101900 19OO Price 5 G1i G NTS NTSJ J CURIOUS FflGTS FflGTSColumbus FfiGTSColumbus FIRGTSColumbus Columbus sailed from Palos Paloson t on a Friday Frida discovered Amer America A AmerI tner tnerica ¬ I ica on a Friday theMayilower theMayilowerarrived the Mayflower Mayflowerarrived Mayflowerarrived arrived at Provincetown on a aFriday al aFriday Friday l Bunker Hill was waswon wnswon waswon won on Friday l i Cornwallis sur surrendered surrendered surrendered ¬ rendered on a Friday Lincoln Lincolnwas Lincolnwas was shot on a Friday Marat Maratwas Maratwas karatwas was killed by Charlotte Corday Cordayon on the thirteenth the French Frenchoccupied Prenohocoupied Frenchoccupied occupied Madrid on the tllirteenth tliir tliirteenth tltirteenth teenth Napoleon surrendered surrenderedat at Sedan on a Friday France Francedeclared Francedecln Francedeclared declared decln red war ur against Pr...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 10 June 1900

t T f THE WASHINGTON HATCHET HATCHETPiiblisliccl HATCHETPftblislted HATCHETPltbllshel Piiblisliccl Every l V 1Y Sunday Sunday3O4 u D O OW OW J JW 304 I Penn cnn Ave NV AVaMiington Vn hington W J Armstrong Co Publishers PublishersSubscription publishersI publishersSubrJJllJUOn PublishorsS4tbscilUO9h I Subscription HalesOne RolesOne Hales IlltlesOne One Copy One Year 100 100To 100To 100To To Club Agents 75 75THE 76flm 75Till THE HATCHET l bas a larger regular mdlling circulation with oneexcoption oro oroexception oroexception exception than any nn Sunday publication In Washington and wo believe the thesgcond the811cond thesecond second largest Inr 09t local circulation in the District of Columbia11ljY Columbia ColumbiaWHY ColumblnH H WHY V IlY RUSH THE CROSSINGS CROSSINGSIt 1 1It It endangers the life and amllimb limb not only of the pedestrian pedestrianbut but likewise nil kinds of slowmoving vehicles drawn by horsepower horse horsepower horsepower power with their precious human fr...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 10 June 1900

r l t i I TO THE YUKON BY BYRAIJJ BYRAIJJA RAIL RAILA A DOLD AND DIFFICULT ENTERPRISE ENTER ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISE PRISE PRISEInteresting PRISEInlerestlna PRISEInteresting Interesting to Men Impelled by Gold GoldHunger GoldHunaerTho GoldHungerThe Hunger HunaerTho The Terrible Dead Horse HorseTrail HorseTrailUp HorseTrailUp Trail TrailUp Up tho Dangerous White WhitePass WhitePass WhitePass Pass PassOf Passor Passof Of nil tho Industrial auxiliaries auxiliariesyhlch aux1l1arlewhlch auxiliarieswhich which tho closing century has scon sot sotup sotup sotup up on tho American continent tho rail railroad railroad railroad ¬ road just finished from Alaskan tide tidewater tillewnter tldeWater ¬ water Into the valley of tho great Yu Yukon Yukon Yukon ¬ kon Is tho boldest and most difficult difncultand difficultand difficultand and promises to be the most useful usefulA A year ago tho gold goldbesprinkled besprinkled Yu Yukon YuIwn Yukon ¬ kon watershed was accessible only onlyto onlyto onlyto...

Publication Title: Hatchet, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The hatchet. — 10 June 1900

I i T Y I r P f 1r i r pORTO RICO AS IT I IRANDOM IS ISRANDOM 4 4RANDOM RANDOM JOTTINGS OF AN AMERI AMERICAN AMERICAN AMERICAN CAN TRAVELER TRAVELERChances TRAVELERChances TRAVELERI TRAVELERChancee Chances for Settlers or Investorssugar Investors InvestorsSugar InvestorsSuanr I Sugar Cane Coffee Fruit and To Tobacco TobnccoA TobaccoA ¬ bacco bnccoA A Studyof Study of the Inhabitants InhabitantsThe The Spanish Language LanguageI I have soon nothing prettier II rettlm on the theWholo thlwl1olo theholo Wholo holo Island than the road from Rio UloIledrns HloIlol1ras RioPiedras Iledrns to San Juan It is lined with withn n wldo variety nrlot of hamlKomo tropical tropicaltrcos tlolllenltreos tropicaltrees trees fronting picturesque cottagesl cottages cottagesFlowor cottnjuIPlower Flowor l + gardens nro plentiful and oc occasionally 001n810nnl1y ocgnSlullnlly ¬ casionally < ono Is laid out with some vomcfiltlll somer omeAIIIII filtlll and foals Those r evidences of cul cu1taro culture cu...

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