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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

c- IV i v. JV fcataike Vtie 'jdtke isayoraHy coatest 'Sfteesf to -twmty aTTa Brat Ax will T dktrlbatea each week aaaoas the e CUe&f. New 1a the tfca is aTrttee la lt'to read It, aad srib- asrfeafsrfc, ler le Bros Ax ta the oaly aawspapar la tzus city or sraw Dmkswt vbobs ae coJerrt nee. aAMUMi n. aorFHsnoB. flessasratic CaaffileUi -for AWanMm oJ taaTWraWara. It 3a fceitUa tkte aceaatoa to say tkat-Jflltea X Fereasaa. wao but ntoraproowtcd the yeopte ot the Third. lfaralB, the Ry Cosaoll for soae tha,'as set teore troeWe oa k$s aaa&s tkaa -what he feargalaed for. Heretofore he eatertai ned the faladoBfl &ea thst he n the s&sotate aider- ldsg Ms. wan, that it -was ster"a6Rto Rive the sugatest life or aattoBaUttes will so tar as he is coBcaraed have their rights and laterests tally protected. H CoL Hoeeley was osly a good Democrat we woald like to say maay other favorable things about Mm, aad yet we Bometlmea baUeTe that he la a Democrat ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 April 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 April 1901

BROAD AX. 00t0K0WWV jdnaetji r.xixzios. BaiEBHEaaBsaEKaaBaa shares to SaCale- Witt take nwMBi sad boarders daring the Paa-Amerkaa expeaUlea and apply part e the proceeds to clearing up thechurehdeht. lA. Tall Ken's clab has feeea organised la the TJalrersity of Pennsylvania. It has twelve members, each of whom Is, 6 feet 2 laches tall or more. Six other men, termed wsfeorties,n becaaso they are oaly 6 feet 1 Inch, are associate aesabers. A landslide occurred recently in. Switzerland. An Ian and Its garden aad outbuildings slid down a hillside a distance of thirty-five feet, without bein? lathe least injured. Two stately elm trees in the garden were also moved without injury. The Preach goTerameat has just appropriated funds for the erection of a bronze statae of Jane Nlcot, who firsf latrodBced tobacco in Barope la 1550. It was from his same that the word "nicotine' was derived. This statae will be sitaated in frost of the main government tobacco manufactory in Paris. The Irish memb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 April 1901

SSJSy1 - -- l .ifaM . COME TM WiII-Khwg Rasas Stafismn, Cored of Gitarrk' if til Slime, .y Pi-ra-na, AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS' SUFFERING. More Evidence of Interest to the Millions of Catarrh aunerers in the . i t-ii j t tt.. -,, - IOH. J. D. BOTCIrf, COHGRESSaAN-AT-LARGE FROM KAHSAS in ii recent teucr us. omnimiii wv&"""" - whose fame Is a national one, says of Perooa: My Dear Doctor: "It gives me pleasure to certify to the excellent caraUre euaUtles ot your medicines Perana aadManalln. I have been afflicted more or less tor a quarter ota century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation. A residence In Washlaetea Mas Increased these troubles. A tew bottles of your medk&eUave'zfrea'me'ala&st complete reUet, and I am sure that a coattnu -tlea et them will effect a permanent cure. Perona Is surely a wonderful rema mtat ntfrctians." T. n. Botkla. Coneressman-at-Large. CONGRESSMAN BOTKIN Is one 01 the most Influential and best known men In the State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 April 1901

'IK ifcQAgk SHE- OTr &a iaaresalay ceateet, wk3&li aaa romC7e a-gwrw eteee y mm tw SwrW 3fe$"brCarr B. Harrise. N apeaker r 'werfcer iii re er -warkai aay harier to aeeeap&k that abject taaa Col. A. D. Gaaa, who delivered jaaay feriMtaat speeekea in all sections of the ey fee the entire fcepiocratic ticket Mesday evtaiag, April 1, or tie last leifkt3Tra t4t he Mred witMa "Tke xreaamy rraoea uues ex xse v ; a beeaate quite prsauaeat in at&ta affairs. He to fee. fear Tears County Attorsey at Utah cosfity, Wag iae first and only geaule er Bea-BaoraoB.to be honored wua that e&ee. " He wa connected with the solitary service, being a member of Got eraor West's staff, he -was also a member of the Democratic State Committee of Utah, chairman t the Committee of SSSSSSSSSSSSBKBBSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSsfSl&v 'HHSsSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSa HbBBBBBIBBBRBSbS '-'" - isBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsH KBSBBSBSmSr' -mOHr " aaal Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 April 1901

rM, T - - v-w r.' M r HEW TO r THE . LINE. Bki fflvL jHH y jH IHjj riBBBBBft. -SMfePLil-2-jJIWPMfeiftFyJS2iJpY BBBBmi V BBBVBmBBP v Sl 1 AC. .y 9 .nL .bbbSF bbbV I bbbbb bbbbb, bsbbbbbt abvbbbbbl xsbbW 3bbbbbt Slay- -bbbbbV .-&2?f x BJJB.. ..bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb7 aBRBl I ft BBBna. VbYbbbt AP i -j vtpSBBK Sbbbbbt iMStftKT f - x bbw bk X. Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbA bbbbb- bbbSbbbbpbbL- jSbbsLto2hl bbbbx B3rc2Bm (ifrasi JBBBBLi .IIPJBwN "" """ wmbm L f BBB J BBBWB w J BBBnBnBnBBnBBBBw bmbbbbbbubbbt mnnBnBBBBaBnanBBBBw t VOL. VI. THOMAS JEFFERSON. ne hundred and fifty-eight years ago today, that great evangelist of Democracy, the author of the Declaration of Independence, the advance guard of the abolition movement In this country, Thomas' Jefferson, first saw the light of day, and every schoolboy and girl throughout this republic are equally familiar with the day upon jrhlchTne ceased to breathe the breath of life. "We know of no other character In American history, who Is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 April 1901

One ef the naaerow hands engaged to giro MBMrts at tie Paa-Aericaa efrpeettk. next snsuaer la the faaeaa' SJtfc Regiment band, of Hamilton, Canada, la order that the orgahlsatla say be properly equipped the otSeers of the regiment have decided to present the musicians -with about H,Md worth of new Instruments. The Executive Committee, of the Rice 'Association of America, at a meeting held at Lake Charles, Louisiana, decided to raise at least $10,999 to maintain a rice kitchen at the PanAmerican Exposition, at -which rice frill be served In various forms, showing the value of rica as a staple article of food. If You Have D;speps!a Bead so mooer.bat write Dr. Snoop, Baetee.W!s, Sax US. tor m bottles ot Dr. Snoop's Betteratrre; eiprejiiid, if eared, psys5.VQ-Unet.lt a free. Berlin has refused a legacy of $120,990 for an orphan asylum to be conducted strictly on the vegetarian plan. Rheumatism, neuralgia, ' soreness, pain, sore throat and all bodily Buttering relieved at once by Wizard ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 April 1901

-w .i tm .. m i - i T.-udi jr Jr- i. A $&&!&&$$& ..... w-'3Bi i" 7 : j - !. lBI.ES F. OILMAN,' HILUON- AIRE. ECCENTRIC. I . Iiqaetr Ddag JU 1ariy Horn Bridgeport, CeMecttest-oja. a Claimants for " Shar la ' Hi If (Special ltt)) centric was toe life led 'bx tlje Rorce F. Oilman, the million- , xoerchant, who. died recsatly at jciuriuus uwao cu. .bulge itOCJC, r Bridgeport, Cona. He "was a brer and childless and In. life cor- 5j aciesiea us retauyes wao are r eager to share In the millions he aiuaieu, iub onuiwjuu oeing tne , complicated as Mr. Oilman died The Scramble Begins. jcdly had his bodr been laid In the ire wiore ue scrarasie over nls es- tegan. me neirs at Jaw number a, score, lBdndiae two half ters and a half sister and various its, nieces, grand-nieces and a One other claimant tn his and to the whole of that estate b is iirs. .Dianety riau, wno for rears has presided oyer his home. g s&Id now that a co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 April 1901

r V r TBiK DRY CREEK COCA .Tfed Mike's ta1n-"ns i.a , - ..' . -r s-ii UlCkt aa4vtateaMiBg. wbMnad wt4dr rwilkwTwkst toae& ,&&&. Tie fact that ttis Three Jat TeaperaSce dab bald & late seestea laat kg$t ,By furnish Mike a else. Bill Feverdrepa was released from Ifeeclt jail lata. moralHg oa tie promise that he would -behave himself aad faep.hlsjvife do the washing. Bill Is a rattling good fellow when he la ijofeer'.-bffnt is' hard to catch him that -way. The Carrie Nation society held its second mediae la the Tear of Bill Axm&ker'a hardware store laat night rhe neetlag was opened with prayer -aad closed slae die. This final actios 'was takes owing to the high price of hatchets la Dry Creek. Joe Smith lost a valuable dog MonSay. It -was thought at first that some-Me-'had given the dog poison with malicious latest, bat a post-mortem examination disclosed one of Mrs. Smith's breakfast biscuits In the dog's stomach. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 April 1901

ST r.s H&1A TQ JHE LINE. '"U-u.jHlh aaeeeeeeeeeeeeelF AaeeeeeH I vaeeeeaVx aeeeeeeeeeeea, EalvBaeeeeeeer Hk viH RMjaeeeeeeeeeeW WaaaaeaaaaEFjaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaL tJ auJaaaaax r BaeeeeeeeaBai V lr k.( SaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBr w Bl. BaeeeeeeeeuK a. BaeeeeeeeeeeV Baualaeeeeeeeeeeeeew .aeeeue .aeeeeeeeeeeeV aeeeeeeurleeeeeeeeeeea Kaaeeeeeeeeeeeear 3BSBBk .iaeeeenr IMZTanBBBBBBBBBM W Kaeeeeer r ZT? VeeeeeeeeeeeeeeuV. W i- VOL. VI, CUT. IL a CARTER, THE FALSE JvDER OF NEGRO DEMOCRACY. t may be that some of Capt H. C prater's plug-uglies wui endeavor, te ,hoot or stab us to death for teHing the troth and nothing bat -the truth, bat the time has how arrived to eeperate the Atep from the goats, therefore we wW .adhere to the plain truth, let -what come nay come. It & well known to all, thatat the time. Capt Carter had himself isstilled as PresldcBt of the Cook Comity Colored Democracy, which was last Derember, he declared that "he would co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 April 1901

o 1BE BROAD AX. ul aftaHhua el Smmkmi. tttt S."9iamPM. BwmWlMmt, Priests. r aa fears tfeelr aav. so lees' aa 1 MWHHM.WWMIMByKJa. AxtommjBjiiiiii uhpea pUMcaaa MBb far aS, wree aUlsatav fit mitmwiwwt Lata w hate tMnMw i m aid ef tea paper. adrsaeelt lT.UN f J'ii'UmIIm ' HUH KTAITjOS, Ydite FnhMthaai Crowded through the ocean may be ecoalff-tJMnraK-foBr-aaBted sailing skip 'Afghanistan, managed to sake a seven Months voyag e from Saa Francisco to Liverpool witboat being spoken iy another vessel. Not a word was heard of her from her departure till she -sailed p the Mersey, a few days ago. 4 A quarter of a ceatary ago tie whole of tke mercantile marine of Japan coald have been described on a small sheet of Bote paper; bat now. It requires a considerable volume, as It totals -491 steamers of 4S4.853 tons, and 1,631 sailing skips of 146.0S3 tons In all 6Sw,942 tons, and It now tenth on the 'world's list of ship-owning nations. Tke private letter books of Robert Morris, tke financier of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 April 1901

New England Women gave an Abiding Faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. iraW VrMP. ncall 1y& 3tll.l WCS After Tears of struggle to attain and merit public confidence, rrith a-fkxa ted steadfast belief that Eoae day others would recognize in ns the truth, pxxl faith, and honesty of purpose "which we know we possess, what a genuine satisfaction it is to succeed, and to realize the uplifting- influence of the merited confidence of a Tast army of our fellow beings. Thus stands the Pinkhani name in New England, and all orer America, and nowhere is the faith in Lydia E. PinVhsnVs vegetable Compound greater thin in New England, its home. Merit, and merit alone, can gain this. ORGANIC INFLAMMATION. "Dear Mrs. Tvskbxvz 1 was troubled very badly with inflammation of the bladder, was sick in bed with it. I had two doctors, bnt they did me no good. A friend gave me Ljdia E. Pinthxa's Vegetable Compound, and it helped mei. lhaTenow taken three bottles of it, and I am entire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 April 1901

RBOORD-BREftCINa FEATS. f Wkw, a few bleaks as, a bdlMer la JftttorwB, N. J., troke all records by 9Utes P a large frame stxvctare ia fear hoars aad a haK, It may hare bees iaaglaed that the limit la aaeer feats had heea reached, hat those who have kept track of odd ocoarreaces kaew that week Is aot the ease. (Marks is the m&lllBg department of oateutcea heeoae eztresely adept la haadHag the staapiag haaser. The Tpeord Is held hy Daalel -3. deary of Medina, N. Y., whs ataaped 508 letters la three alaates aad 67 secoads, bandHbs all bis own sail. WalMag aad raaalas fifty alles ia elerea hoars aad thirty-six alautes aad tweaty-oae secoads is set a had go-as-yoa-Bteaso record hy Itself, hat She ereat is all the Bare reaarkable whea it is stated that whea a Goldlag did this Ja Loadoa he carried oh his head a two-gallon stone bottle, aeck dewaward, aad never toached the same darlas the entire Joaraey. Sack a prosaic occapatlea as wood eheaeiag holds a record breaker. He is J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 April 1901

: 3STsv T" ; y m -. ,.;?.- --L-fefc- " t ; ., :' V"" ,4: -. hew xo She line. aaafcnSHBUBBmrnmlSS'' ,m ".-r-l ---' " "" VOIi- VI. IBOBINO UNDISt misapfrehbnsionb. For some time past Mr.fPT. H. Clark lias been busy in spreading tie idea about that he induced his boss, Mr. C M. Walker to subscribe for The Broad Ax. bat ire can truthfully say that Mr. Clark is laboring under a misapprekeasida In this' direction, for he never presented as to Mr. Walker, sor escorted ub into his private office at the time Mr. Walker decided to be come a reader of our paper. We, without anyone to ascompany ub, solicited his subscription; so much for that error on the part of Mr. Clark. On numerous occasions Mr. Clark J pockets, laughed at Cart. Carter's stuias also stated that it .was through pidity and failed toxoid the meetings. ills influence that -The Broad Ax was But after that little transaction Capt distributed last fall by the committee. Carter selected Double-Dirty Hill as This is untrue, and Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 April 1901

X Bsnssarhafcla Beeer. ' mether at Gar. a&kaMlFKmteekrkas a nrntrYihU reeori. She ' the antweeeaeataa alstinetlom ef hvhms bee the motker sorerMr. Ike aaagkter ef a governor, tha aestar . tvranor aaa tke nwi of & sotBo Tear Fee Aehe e4 Ben? Batro lato yaw sheas, Allen's FootBase, a powaer for tke feet It makes tight er New Shoes feel Bur. Cares Cams, Baatoas, SwsBea, Hot aaa Sweating Feet. At all Druggists aaa bee Stares, 36c. Sample seat TOMB. Harass Allen a Olmsted, LaRay, N.T. Cen XadlgesoBa to Tke earliest specimens of Indian. sen grew, it Is beUered by botanists, aa. tke nlatsaa of Peru, where this -ytat-kae been tenmi growing la a-cos-Wea which indicates tkat It is iadlgeneas te tke soil. Bo la Ersry Betsefees XKlt KUBETAGajEfT AmU be teat- te ere7 besse. It U the xaost woaderfal sprrllVr te eB esses of ieteratl nurmmitlnn, sad w Bis at tba bed Bf esse of PneamoaU. xa un, ere. wrae to tae Ob- Mswten bee sx&l Jbs. ftl hnckiet. Antro-BBBEOrUa ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 April 1901

, i f if GEN. T. F.-KEiGteOBR. A MONUMENT TO HHs MKMOJ5Y BY MONTANA. 4 BMI to InamA and tatnuM to B War od Wm Aetlaj 8tnn r The name of Geo. Thomas Francis lleagher, one of Montana's early governors to whose memory it la proposed to erect a aomaaeat la that commonwealth, la known In two hemispheres. It has made part f the history of Ireland and America. In Ireland It was Hwciated with events which characterized an epoch not rare in the story of that country an epoch of revolution. What Lord Edward Fitzgerald ns to the period of 1798 and Robert Emmet was to the unfruitful, thoagh pliant, movement of. 1803, Meagher was, In a great measure, tb the revolutionary attempt pf 1848. Measlier -Career In Ireland. Gen. Meagher was boxn in Waterford. Ireland, in 1823. AWer his coijje graduation, In 1843, he entered Into the whirl of political strife then raging. The repeal movement was then shaking Ireland. Every town and village was In ferment' O'Connell, playing with the passion? of the peopl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 April 1901

CHIPS. ' ' aere are S,C Nro ralers, Jgs imm, 2l'MW priseee. " - "Eke Colore X!a BwUees League fe Loalolnnn, meets at iOex-Bdrfe is that state em Je 19. The Ifegro jwjrtOatioe of New- York la 1799 BBBbered 2SW as ,1a 18W 42,66, 'as ictee ot lT.WS to 100 years. No,. Axio6 Reader, the ew leg trust that you reaC -beat in the papers has aotM-g te o wita the reported eoraer Is ballet girls! Kx. We -sever had mach respect tor the aaes who had to depend apea the reccueatIoB of politicians, or anyoae else, for a Job. Ex. A prtlet Hebrew merchant in Washiagtea, II C, has recently given $3,060 to assist the Teath Street Colored Baptist Church of that city ia paying for their property. The Methodist Episcopal Church has a preacher for every 178" members, walle the Methodist Episcopal Church. Soath, has a preacher for every 45 members, A -woman, sever takes a high standing among other woaen till she has once been so sick that the doctor thoaght an operation -would have to be performed. New York ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 May 1901

: "- Jv- . -1 . - HEW TD XHE LINE. . -i. :' .--- -. .- . ,TBMBrC mffiV ' ' '- .,,..;; 1- . .. ., .' -Mr-" . - . HBaBHHi25B5tl .'mw . .iSSBjBMMSSBsasfeBSSBBS' hBBBBs hBSSSBsV w xHBBSBBBi 3hBSSBSB1 aBsVTBBSSsbi BKr-BSSSSBM iBSSSSBBB' JeEE5bB9 H.MM3BSSSSsai VaC".HBB' f IbW k " ; -y MpJ BHBrBBBgirjpiE Immasrv""'' niflv smsHmmtsskrXk. VOI. VI. THE CONDITIONS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION PROBLEM By HHarjr A. Herbert in. . Rehabilitation eftae Mates, .tberelore, involvflig as it did the future relations of both -whites aad blacks to the stales and federal government marked a crista la oar history, second in Import oaily to that createdby ike attempt to secede. The task was delicate, aad called for deliberation aad vise gtatwupnTipw If, instead, tieintense patriotism and philanthropy of the hour were allowed to become only the handmaids of a acrimony and political ardor, aad If results lure been fraught -with eril, the comaeotosfalls al his dots', who does sot set up a heacoa light to warn, his co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 May 1901

"fE BROAD AX. viwss., sfesUlfc M.YwtML Latex, say. J? tea aa 73m Broad Ax I a mm; ta asaad mnrrh lap ift. sSHaHat right t speak He CHraattad. Xeesl wmimiMtim, tt fata. -attsVi 1 4MwraauMUmm ' A toe specimen of tie periophtalej faaaUy, a species of tea that la supposed to le coaflaed strictly to Africaa'witera, was receatly caught aeer yerttinafita, Fbu $k j ' - ' -Italys sew coinage with the head of Victor. Emmanuel in. will .he readyepos. The dies have -bees cnt by Cavaliere Speranxa, the engraver o the coins of Kiss Hstabert -H.. G, "Wells, the novelist, aas. designed a bouse tor himself at Saadgate, "England, in which he prides himself that nothing which can be dose by -suchlnery'will be done by hand. jJSTae Extirpation of Babbits," "Heavea's Dead Letter Office" aad "Revival fey CoBstltutlonal Methods," have been. HMlMttUlltrfte SMS silsilM 0 SatWMr, fcttaUt. Pretsetota, Kates eC Isnli Bnrmnnn mmmhHmai Prfef ttllMtttttn tfeelr mwimni Wtum)i - j MM ASSOC AvasTZ, Oouw tV " recently...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 May 1901

i Iv & hi iiftilti - rriiai'h s ...ibVmi1mcu !- aA. . seated pertiaa of ae (K. Taare lc cmiy eua candltlea, searis Will bo destroyed forem; Sbo cei oftww cawed by eataw which UBOtMss trataa Mnmtfl coaiWoa 5 ha oea BHrface. ' te rand W HH. Warm cm. scad sot "We strike hard to get bargain tad.' then don't respect thea as we do tie things for whloh we are overcharged, TO CUKE A COLD IX OSS DAI. aroarUtarefAlfee aeserltlt tatte to eats. E. W. Grove's BjgBaaga to on the teas, .sso. Thorn ar 72.fi80.08fi mahfo tafia. water In tte Atlantic ocean; lti.090 000 in U6 Jf acme I - i , IfO "WOStASOAS K BEACTTTCI. The sap of tie sugarcane produces from 15 to 2 par cent of sugar. i' ' Mrs.Wlni'crw'li Sootblae; Hyrap.' Tsr children teeiateg. sefteas t&e tau, redsees b. fl-Tr.ttonlHT.ptnlBMT.wtf.- j&oaaottle. Excavations are- being carried at Pompeii around the Basilica. on RGsrtf CeMcCwffct, Sara Threat, Creas, In-fena..MRweviaaCeath.BieaehHUBBdAttbaM. a eerau ca...

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