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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 January 1897

8Bilrlmt. .. mo want to be liked la a aewspaper "Jf XJLl& the man at the desk, "von bbk efl Jjj to write only on one ride of the KCT muth with a bunch of aBuserl$tJ VJrf it h!m sanileiousiy ana exciaimea: X rou T don't! I may look young, but I "Nlf?hronsh ome thins: ton want Be '"Jrffp mv poetry on one ride of the paper M 2, tan" tarn It oTer and use the other "fL roor long-winded articles about ridei. it's an economical .idea, bat I'ri ""Tib foolish." aauingioH -oiax. sot Catarrh Cannot Be Ccred APPLICATIONS, aa LOCAL APFUOAHOS3, aa they !5Lrrcli the seat of the disease. Ca f'u j blood or constitutloaal disease. "Tim order to core it you" must tajce in. Hall's Catarrh "Sf penally and acta direcjiy on the 2i!i sad mncona surface. Hall's Catarrh & iTnot a qnack medicine. It was pre- fcM rem tulles. MfArasllT n- IS uv - -r z "jJ.T - . ii2w by one 0I e rest pnysiciana m glS'comblned wfththe best blood purl-P-T acting directly on Xhe mncona sur Ki The perfect combination of the ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 January 1897

s REPUBLICANS CRACK THESE ' Thx Republicans are wont to weep; wail and gnask their teeth orw what they allege to be the awful failures of the Wilson tariff law. Now all the sore heads can hare tie opportunity of opening their iaouths and gnash their teeth upon the following palatable nuts: That trader the McKinley tariff in 1894 the raise of the manufactured ar ticles exported was $362,897,612, while under the bng-a-boo Wilson tariff in 1896, the value of manu factured articles exported was $40883,441; giving a balance in favor of the Wilson bill of $46,385,829. Itemizing a few of the most im portant articles shows the follow iagJ 1894 1806 McKinley Law. Wilson Law Coke - - - $ 184,509 $ 500,169 Cotton manu factures - 14,319,886 16,837.390 Frulta & nuU 2.424J39 5,679,066 Iron and steel B&nnfactVs 29,220,264 41,100,877 Vessels 99,142 154.610 Wool, raw - 90,676 855,050 "Wool, manu factures of 774,590 913,009 These figures are from the Gov ernment statistics. Now, will some int...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

.'. . -. ., "IT IS EmLOS ALOKE"ffHlCH j WEEDS THE SUPPORT OF2 i5Y THE JbiTERNAL TO GoVERWlttirrjTBDTH CAW SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING TO RULE, THE MONEY STA1T BY ITSELF." (b-l'A ft'- Power or the People."' Tmomas Jefferson.' Awnnvw -Tinircnv -..... I. ..AWtt.VlU.1. Hew to the line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 23, 1897. No. 22. If' In w . SEIW . . - - .-, ft yx SENATPRIAL CONTEST. Last Tuesday at 4 p. m. the bal loting for United States Senator be gan. Three candidates receired the most of the rotes. Hon. Moses Thatcher receired 19, Hon. J. L. Ratlins 18, and Hon. H. P. Hen derson 16. The hugest joke yet sprung in the Legislature occurred on that day, whea Mr. Robinson from Kane county proposed the name of Ar thur Brown. An audible smile went through the house and it was clearly erident that Mr. Brown would not be elected on the first ballot. Wednesday's ballot resulted in giving to Mr. Thatcher 21 rotes, a g&in of two; to Mr. Henderson 17 rotes, a gain of one; to Mr. Raw l...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

rpJ''- 57 The Broad Ax.! PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Will presBaIts 'sad at all tlsaes apaeJa tas tree prtedples of Democracy, bat firmer -Gstaouos, Protestants. Knights ot Labor, In MeJ. Moraoes. Beenellcass, Priests, or any m else can bsvs their My. so loss as their laafaase U proper sad respo&sthinty is fixed. The Broad Ax U a newspaper whose plat forsj Is bread eaonfih for all, erer claiming the editorial rbjht to speak Its own Bind. Local communication -will bars attention; write only on one aide ot the ptpec, SUBSCRIPTION: tae Tear 2-00 gx Months LOO Tsree Months 50 Advertising rates made known oa applica tion. Address all cosssinnlcatios to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAXLOB.'.Pnbllaher and Editor. Bstered at Postofflee as second-class mattet Harry Outrage, alias Lord Athol, has lost bis voice In Oakland. Cal. Oakland is a small place and he -will likely find It again. Boston Is boasting of a blind girl who rides a wheel. Almost everybody has set...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

. . s. JU , J to- The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Win prossalcateand at H timt ep&ela tfi "tre principles of Democracy bat farmers OathoIIc, rrotestanU, Knights of Labor, In ftdela, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any ess else can bava their say, so Ions as their Isagsage ! propr sad reepoasStf Htj la fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper -whose plat t&rm Is bread eaosgh ror all, erer claimlnr, the editorial right to spear Its own mlad. Local coaKnnnlcatloBs -will bare attention; irrlte only on me side of the paper: SUBSCRIPTION: Qae Tear $2.00 ip Months LOO Three Montba......... .SO Aaverdalng rates mass known on applica tion. Address all cosssannlcaUoas to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOB.'.PublUhrr and Editor. Batered at Postofflce as second-class mattet Harry Outrage, alias Lord -Athol, has lost his voice In Oakland. Cal. Oakland la a Email place and he -will likely find It again. Boston is boasting of a blind girl who rides a wheel. ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

T-: jAXiPAfiY -POINTa SOME HOROSCOPEC MADE BY PROF. CUNNINGHAM. geadrr- Are Inrlted to Scad In Dab and Have Their Indication Printed rrrr-nntU Indicate ETeata, but Do yot Cause Them. HE horoscope ol William McKinley made by Pro. Cun ningham a year ago indicated that he would become president of the United States March 4, 1897. The astrologer visited the McKinley home at Canton for the purpose of obtaining exact data. He was cordially received by Major Me ier, Mrs. McKinley and the president ial s aged mother. Prof. Cunningham is at present making a horoscope of the McKinley administration, beginning at noon March 4. It will be printed in March. Persons wishing to have horo scopes made should remember to give Christian name, place of birth and residence, date and year of birth, hour tad minute if possible. If you do not know the hour, send two two-cent rtamps for particulars. Correspondents ihonld also bear in mind that the as trologer wishes it distinctly understood Shat he treats t...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

2 & "V AIMTARY .POINT& SOME HOROSCOPEC MADE BY PROF. CUNNINGHAM. Beadrr- Are Invited to Send la Data and H Their Indications Printed f-rrr Flanet Indicate Events, bet Do Sot Cause Them- HE horoscope of William McKlnley made by Prof, Cun ningham a year ago indicated that he would become president of the United States March 4, 1897. The astrologer Tislted the McKlnley home at Canton for the purpose of obtaining exact data. He was cordially received by Major Mc Jey, Mrs. McKlnley and the president elect s aged mother. Prof. Cunningham Is at present making a horoscope of the UcKinley administration, beginning at noon March 4. It will be printed in torch Persons wishing to have horo scopes made should remember to give Christian name, place of birth and residence, date and year of birth, hour ud minute if possible. If you do not know the hour, send two two-cent rumps for particulars. Correspondents lionld also bear in mind that the as trologer wishes it distinctly understood that ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 January 1897

- tj .MMMmmmmmmammamaaaaamBamm'iM-",e"MM"M m NORTH TINTIC. The Great Mining District Coming Rapidly to the Front. Thx aaost latteriBf reports bare of late been coming from tbe North Tmtic country, occasioned by tbe receei discoveries in the Godiva, tbe Dagraar and other properties aorth o Eureka. Hie district cov en a large area of country en the great ore belt upon which is sit v&tcd the Bullion-Beck, the Cen-teanial-Eurcka and many other rich producing mines. And now that tbe excitement is again on, we shall early expect some sensational re ports from the North Tintic Con solidated. This company has a rery large group of claims, situated rathe very heart of the mineral aose, and said to cover an area of territory of about one and a half gules long by one-fourth of a mile wide. Every claim contains large and promising veins that show im mense croppings of mineralized quartz, containing values of gold and silver, largely gold, and wher ever the veins have been opened in the work...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 30 January 1897

v , " ifrKf jc,;r-(7 i s :?i VaT , a - - It is ErkobaxokeithichI i2c) tp- "S K.T, i FEEDS THB SUPPORT OFJ jjx ins Xiir.Kr(Aij njs G0VERIOCKNT;T8DTH:ciJr4 SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING , STAKD BY ITSELF. II. b-VA TO BULE, THE MONEY ft'c)- Power obthe People."' TMOMAS JXFFEtSON. Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 30, 1897. No. 23. - - B iJ A 2& . , - - -S7i ? ) forfMA afejgg Zg g gC r 7 SENATORIAL CONTEST. There have now been 37 bal lots taken for the selection of a Senator to represent us in the Na tional Legislature, and the end is not vet. Nearly three weeks have elapsed since the present Legisla ture convened. Its whole term is only sixty days, and as there is a rery large amount of work to be done, it is imperative that the Legislature should be up and doing. While the duty of selecting a Senator is a most important one, still it is by no means the only duty. The Code Commission has done its work, and the product of its labors is now awaiting the...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 30 January 1897

;.?-., -S : The Broad Ax. FTJBLISHBD WKEKLY. inniiTnitii ssdst an tiaaes Bpfeetd. tfce trae grUetples ef Deseersey, tat tiraer, DtttuWfi, Freteatuta, Kalgfcts rf Later, la Meia, Kermont, BepsfeHexM. Prieeta, or say Mm eu sat their y, ao less aa tfcelr lairiifn to proper aad rapowMM ty to fixed. The Broad Ax to a seirapaper -w&eae phtf. test to troai eases fcr all. erer classing flu etteetoJ dat to apeak its own salaO. Leeal eeaavatoatleaa win hare atteattoa; write ely ea use atda of the papet SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Tear. $2.00 Kx Hosts .. 1.00 fine Hosts .50 Adrer&tss txtea made kuown on appUca Hes. Address all eesssBnleatloaa to THE BEOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .Pnbllaher and Editor. Batered at FoatoSee aa aecond-claaa matte . Willie those who amuse are always toady, those -who can instruct are gen erally difficult to reach, and are only leaked to when we most have them. A Colorado Springs alderman baa eeea expelled from church for "ne rSect...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 30 January 1897

When the Cleveland regime. In March next, turns Its hack upon the White House for the last time, whose will be the "new faces at .tho door? Whom will the new president and his -Kife bring In their train to share their residence In the mansion that has har bored so many executive families? Who will figure rjj "ladles of the ad ministration" for the four years to come, in the reception -of foreign princes and potentates and In other white House functions? To a great p&rt of the American people these Questions are paramount with tie mak ing of President-elect McKlnley's cabi net They are questions which, hy pothetlcally put, began to harass some people as soon as the nomination of Major McKlnley was heralded. There Is on feature of the life of the McKinelys which the chroniclers of the campaign seem to have passed over, a chapter which, however. Is an old though always a touching story to dw.llers"ln Canton. The devotion of Major McKlnley and his .wife to each other Is well known. ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 30 January 1897

"- i " "LI'S y. "T! A GEORGIA MINISTER'S IONS OF HELL. VIS . Thk Eev. Fx W. McCIesVey, a ireQ-lsown Methodist Episcopal , clergyman, of Georgia, has written -a pamphlet in -which he not oaly "amtains that there k a hell, an aofaal fixed place of eternal tor- tre, presided over and governed by & personal devil, bnt goes farther sad gives his views as to where bell is in the universe and describes the . form of torment that prevails. Here is a brief condensation of Bev. McCIeskey's little book a book which has made more stir in Methodist Episcopal circles in Georgia than any event that has oocarred for a long time. Chapter I. is devoted to two in- "ddents which the Eev. McCleskey says "truly occurred in the practice of Dr. , of Greensboro, Gar' Here is described the form torment that prevails: miss dancer's example. aA fashionable young woman was earnestly besought by her friends to forsake her gay companions and give her heart to God. Not know ing, ber name, I will call her Daisy...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 February 1897

': r - -5- HEW TQ THE ElNE. .-.-. .!.. . - ' " ' , r .' HANNIBAL. Soxx TiMrahlt, lowly, cowanHyemr, aad red-haWded eat throat- d "eiiatain km aa iteeisg desire to belikeaed mate HaRBjbal the great. The hf Huuubd) or the thug; it, she or .h, who woald Uketo-bekaowa -aa Hamwibal the yoBBger, tmi to toe its tiaiera. through the eoUa&Bs ef the last issue of that- hejwms a&d disrepu table little Tag Tcm&wm. as the Plain ' Double Dealer. We have oar bovadlese oentespt for the v3e,Tothoe, -disgusting, filthy aad bloodthirsty creature who signs it aase ae Haaaihal, for we beliere that bo koaeet aaaa will be afraid to alga hk trae aawe to aay letter which he aay feel disposed to write. Aad we farther beliere that aay person who does not pos sess cearage enough to stand out the ofea ield aad fight, will steal chicke&s; aad aay person that will steal chiclceas iill coBasrit all of the other crisae known to men. Mr. (?) "Hannibal, i ya or any mesaher of your gang of wild hy enas...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 February 1897

c "7 1- - A tie The Broad PTJBLUkHM fflH i walsata aad at aH ttaeaesfcaM te tow sHaaaalea etHrmecrter, sat tamers, -Catfettea. Pwaaataata. KadfUs ef Later, 1 ae-t4w en have taetr at, as leas as that iH(M la areper sad reipanatHty U axed. Tfce'Broaf Ax la a stiaasaau: wbeee slat fawn b areas aaeack far aH. ever i ; -aa etitatial tight to apeak Its ewa sated. Leeal foanwaalgatteae will acre atteaUaa; rift esly ea am alia ef tie sapee Brave Stephen. SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Tear SRx Meatae... STaree Heetfes. .2.ev . .SO Anrerfctafa- rates aaaee known oa apsltca-Mas. Aadreea alleee THB aasateatleaa to BKOAD AX. 719 Mala Street.' Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .FBeUefeer and Bdltoc "Katertd at Poatestce aa aecaad-claas matta. Agitation Is the marshaling of the aenoclence of a nation to mould the Saws. What this coaatry really needs Is sere holidays that do not seem like -Sob days. The sure deeply a man thinks the entertainingly and clearer he write. There Is bo place oa earth so low fr...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 February 1897

- t t y 3 J& SIIt.NS OF THE STARS. 80ME TALES THUB BY THE HEAVtni-T Buuits, CarrHPondeBU Should Be Carets to Follow Initraetleaa as to Fll Hand ad Addresaea Date, Plae aad. Hew f Birth. HE Astrologer & gain insists tkat all persons writing Mm with a Tiew of obtaining tree readings in tMs column, mmst send full name and ad . dress. Tbe aaae will not be inb lished. The data are often megre. in hlch case it becotea necessary to tddress a personal letter to the appli cant. It will therefore be seen that It Is quite necessary to give name and mst office address. These readings ue free, and will be published in order a received. Persons wishing the same length reading by mail can obtain it lj sending twelve two. cen stamps. Write name and address, year of birth, iij of month and hoar of day, whether l m. or p. m. Also state place of Urth. These are important points and rlihout them an accurate reading of the planetary indications cannot be riven. Persons who are not sore as to dat...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 February 1897

iii ffi1-' ' - - T n'l - '""" ' ' - J Salt Iuds City, XTtah, Feb. 4, 1897. JWttor o the Broad Ax: Dear Sir. "Wbald you aHow me space ia great little history of the West, known as the Broad Ax. Well, I mast say, that I have been noticed in the last two years. "We hare had three little great papers in our city, and it seems as if it has been a continual dissatisfaction among as, take us as a race. We must take the history of the white race, notice it very closely and we will find, in a nutshell, that united we stand and divided we fall. We 'will have to lay -down all strife, and put honesty in front of us. It seems as if ire can't trust one oi our race for nothing. It seems as if everything we undertake to do for the benefit and upbuilding of the race, one in the flock has under taken to sell us out for a meal, or some small money. It seems as if each one of our papers is highly appreciated by the race, for I have noticed the good that each one of the papers have done. Your paper is t...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 February 1897

r. - vx -i-r - 2 r -i " NL. 4 J-'i - 3 -'JtV'..' vL " --& S- .. f-. pr is Ebxox jlloks tthicf ''By the Eternal we HEEDS THE bUFPOETr OF SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING TO RULE. TEE MONET G0VERKM1NT;T,BUTH CA3H STAXD ST ITSELF." -(srV ff- jt u n uk iu x jwr JiiM lJjfc i tin av mvwv lat VI " 4 THOMAS TXFFEXSOtf., Andrew- Jackson, Hew to thjb Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 13, 1897. No. 25. fife; w A - - - aF REFLECTIONS ON THE LATE SENATORIAL CONTEST. The Senatorial contest has closed, but it will long -be remembered as the hottest political fight ever waged in Utah, and as involving the vital principles Hpoa which & free gov ernment is founded, and upon which it must live. It has been said by a no less emi nent statesman and orator than Wendell Phillips, "that laws are nothing, armies are nothing, unless shielded and stacked by public opinion. ' The opinion is not to be a purely private opinion; nor is it to be an opinion emanating from any church organization,-l)ut it ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 February 1897

II:: v- S 0 t: & The Broad PUBLISHED WBEKLY. WU ftamvlgaXt as at all Uses opioid ta irw wiefftea c De-wcMey, bat farsien. CstaeBe. PMtestaata, Knight or Labor, In sMs, Keraeac, BepafeUcaaa, Pries, or aay m etae eta fcavs Udr y. ao loaf a their laafiifn ta ptoper aad respsBatMHty la fixed. Tfca Bread Ax la a awpaper wbeae plat farm la bread eaoagfa tor all, ever claaias tbe editorial rikt to apeak Ita own salad. Local eoBHaaalcatloaa will bare attention; write oaly oa o aide of tbe paper SUBSCRIPTION: Oao Tear J2.0U Mx Moatba LOO r&ee Moatba , 00 AdrertlslDg ratea sa'de known on applica tion. Address all coEEUnnalcatlon to THE BROAD AX, no Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAILOR.. Publisher and Editor. Batered at Fottoslee aa aecond-cUaa mattet Tie raofit popular form of self-denial ta to Inconvenience yourself in order te spite somebody etee. A coquette Is like a rose. Each lover flacks a leaf; the stem and thorns arc left tor the future husband. Unfortunately fo...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 February 1897

P'H -ft ' -i -w PLANETARY-, SIGNS. GOOD AND EVIL PERIODS IN HUMAN LIFE. XMdUcs tT Matt BecoaaUy m Fepvla? restore of TMs Defartmeat TBTther Xastructloas to Applicants . Jrw Ke4- HE astrologer again calls the attention of -appllca&ts for free readlags 1b this columa to the fact that full aame aad address plainly written most ac company every re Quest Only the initials will he pub lished -when the readings appear. In case that the ap plicant does not wish ns to use in itials, some other means of identifica tion can be given. Such as "Lorene" Topeka, or any other name the appli cant may choose. Those who have neg lected to send In fall name and ad dress with their applications should do so as soon as possible. It is often necessary to send special instructions. Those who do not know the hour or date of birth should send TWO 2 cent ttamps for particulars. Their horo scopes can be made by the astrologer's system of calculation. Our private readings by mail are becoming very popular. ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 February 1897

- 9 'H" r if - i n -y fi. t- n... - ink- y- "ff "v -"SHOT 10.2 m tie bwwtifmTeity of MiHBpo Kt foe a teif taw, aad tfeej say tittt be ttm regarded by all the fcoya m bew tfee greatest crap itootarm tke aortkwest. Itkeaiitbat Mr. Shaw, owner 'f om of tk largest gaaWiBg mmm k tkat city, gare tbe Hon. V.Wlt?) Taylor a two hafidreddol ItrbiU aad reqaested the gentle awa. le go ot aad get it changed, battheysay that the new Moses j&ffed out by the light of the moo. Aad fros that time to the preseat ke has had a severe attack of raaniBg off at the soath. And wheeerer he thinks of all his dirty aad mnannly deeds, he worries like -a raring aaaniac, and he gins up on old Kaatacky red-eye, for a change, aad walks along our beautiful streets like an escaped convict hid ag freai justice. Look out, W. Wyoar sias will find you out, aad then it will be too late to get off the grass. Watch us from now oa. We will give you "your just .Taylor, old' boy. Salt Lakb Cmr, Feb. 9, 1897. J.F. Taylor, E...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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