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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 March 1897

r - -, . V- ll"T!'V v j- -- - --,;-"' . .. i.' J-UijP-. J-i -v. " , .V .JSfS-';? ':3r -'.'' f.T? . . a..v ?.i.. :.i'fo. !. -" - .' . l " " '2c f'lT IS ESKOB ALOIfB ITHICIO 4By the Eternal we KEEDS THE SUPPOET OF Goternicent;Truth caf SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING TO RULE, THE MONEY STAN BT ITSELF." Thomas Jefteksok. (s.-Vft ft'ft) ' Power or the People." Andrew Jackson. -J Hew to the line. Vol. IL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 27, 1897. No. 31. ." ' '- wvV- - '; -M J5 WL mVmSZkNM HANNA'S HOPES DISAPPOINTED. furnace Belonging to His Firm to Be Blown Out Because of an Overstock of Pig-Iron, Pittsburg, March 10. Reduc tions in wages were announced at the Keystone Rolling MOT in this city and at the plant of the Stand ard Manufacturing company n Al legheny today. The reduction is from 10 to 20 per cent, and affects about 8(0 workingmen. It is believed that the men will accept the cut. M. A. Hanna & Co. will blow out the Rosalia furnace at New Castle, it is reported, the latter part of the pr...

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. — 27 March 1897

The Broad Ax. TTJBIZB&ED WSBKLT. i xad at alt tteea spheld ta 'kn Hteefe of Drseenej, but farmers, -QrtkeSes, Fzetettaets, Ka!fct er Labor, la--mMtls, Meraeas. RepBfeHcaas, Pilots, er say -m d eta tar tkdr ear, so less " tk "faacwtf to ewper a4 rimpnnthmty la fired. The Bread Ax to ft. Mwapaper whose pJt--xm to fereta esesch far ail, ever ctoUatof; -e editorial right to apeak Its own sated. Local cassmcalcatloaa will have attention; write oaly on se aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear . 2. x Months .1.60 Three Months........ . .60 Adverdslnc; ratea made known oa applies- Address all cruimrealcatteB to THE BEOAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. PobUafctr and Editor. "Entered at Portofflee aa second-class mattel Perhaps more good might be accom plished "by ringing a curfew for grown people. They deserve to be slaves themselves who Will make no effort to secure lib erty for others. Yob can make lots of headway some UmA by admitting your are wrong ...

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. — 27 March 1897

liANETABY GOSSIP. aoPtOSCOPIC READINGS OF sf IS . .-..w .eMoM to AppHewrt. .i-r, la lam Celt kibtn, ad Hew at Btrtfe la HB tree readiagi asw belag givea Ik these j:olamas tre ' so popular tfaat it will take some time before those on hand will be an Bwered. Every let ter sent ia will be answered in its regular order. Those who do not !.v wait their turn can get their jjjdings br mall for twelve two-cent jamps. In a11 cases ul1 aam6 and jjdress of applicants must accompany quests for free readings. Also place, . hour and place or. Dirin. u we jsar Is not known send two two-cent I gamps for special instructions. Aaaress jj communications to Prof. G. W. Cun jjngham, DepL 4, 194 South Clinton creet. Chicago, I1L Following are the readings lor tals Teek: Minnie "W., Maukato, Xsm. irmrdlne to the data you have the I jodiacal sign Virgo which Mercury rales with a lingering indication of tie sign Leo, which the Sun rules ris ks at your birth, therefore, Mercury nd the Sun are your ruling pla...

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. — 27 March 1897

'.tr t .THOM OUR WASHINGTON CO-RESPONDENT. Washwtok, D. C, Marcka2,l97. IJotli Howes of CoBgreM met oa tke 15tk ia prnwusce of the proc ksfttioo. of tfeePreffcteatM extra m ,hiho&. TfeeHowe of Kewrssea- tatfra rejected Mr. Reed and tfee otter oficers as existed is tke last Congress. On the notion to adopt tk rales of the last Congress the Tote was very close, baag 158 fqr, aad 156 against; bat whea the ayes aad mays were taken more of them fell iato line aad sustained, the reseat rales which were finally adoDted. Hon. W. . 'Hephnra, of Iowa, .Representative from t&e JSigntn ois trict, eaieayored to make a fight against tke rales but was Toted 1 down. In conversation with your correspondent, Mr. Hepburn stated that the rules were wrongfully ailed ths Beed rales, but that they were rales some oi which' had been ia existence nearly 100 years, and oaght to be changed. The only distinctive Beed role is counting Quorum of members who refuse to answer their names olrtirmfrli J ""fa...

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. — 3 April 1897

-' "VT v" ' -1 t t' s if " - ' f - -v. 'r 7 "1" - l ' T;-' ? '-i "fr! - - '?1" 'v -. 4' - I . f "v--o. i .- .eJSrSS ItV Pi A "'- It is Emiom .iLOira which j l NEEDS THE SUPPOXT OF J GOVERNHENTJTRUTH CAN STAXD BY ITSELF." i Thomas Jefferson. Yol. II. TOUSSAINT L OVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. At the middle of the chain of islands composing the West Indies, lies one of large size, which was discovered by Colambus on the 6th of December, 192, and called by him, in honor of his adopted coun try, Hispaniola, or Little Spain. This name, however, was afterwards abandoned, and the island was called St. Domingo, from the name of its principal town. Latterly this second appellation has likewise dropped ont of tise, and the island nor bears the name of Hayti; a word signifying mountainous, byi rMch name it waa called by its original inhabitants before the visit of Columbus. "We are told by James A. Fronde, the eminent Eng lish historian, that Hispaniola, St. Domineo or Hayti, is not only ...

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. — 3 April 1897

The Broad Ax. PUBUSHTO WEEKLY. I Will arafaslgate aad at all tisea aafcala ma erae prteeielea of Detaecraey, bt araeta, Cattonea; Protewtaata. Kalckta of loser, la Uelt, Xonaoaa, Repafcllcaa, Erteata, or any ae ctoe eta kava tkdr amy, so less as their laarnasa U proper aa4 rcapoat&HIty 1 fixed. Toe Bread Ax la a newspaper wheae plat form Is broad esoicn far all, rrer datmlag the editorial right to apeak Its own mlad. Iiocal coatBB&Icatloaa -win have atteatlen, writs oaly oa ae aide of the papet suBscaipnoNt ona xesr. itwmyni..iMiiMn pv bix Aiontns........v4. .... x.eu TbrwMontnt.. ............... ......... .60 Aarertlsiag rates mad known on applica tion. . ' Address all comsiunlcaaona to THE BROAD AX, no Main Street. Salt Idks City, Utah. TTJUUS P. TATLOS..Pabllsher and Editor. Entered1 at Poitofflee aa aecoad-claas matteC We become partners with thieves when we make it impossible for men tc earn an honest living. Remember that recounting the weaknesses of other people does ...

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. — 3 April 1897

. w Botanical J3teeoirry,-30f 2d Interest to anSwera Crosa. JittieuinatiBin, etc. A Blessing 7rrM Gift of 6rMt Valw ia Ym. nor reader -will be glad to ksow that , -retr bottuical discoYery, Alkaris, Proved assured care for all dis " . V eases erased few TTrie acid ia the blood, or by disordexid actios of tMe Sidneys or nrisaryorgaas. The Ksva-Ksrs. Shrub, or aa botanists 'call it. Piper Meihys- , tiattKt grows oa the banks of the Ganges river, "East India. xKiTi-KATxSmnwand probably was the natives before' its extraordinary Jcoertie became known to civiliaatios Srongb Christian missionaries. Is vi resoect it resembles the discover? f quinine from, the pernvlaa bark, .'ule known by the Indians to the early tesit missionaries in South America, jt is a wonderful discovery, with a reo pa of 1200 hospital cores in 30 days. It tj directly npon the blood and kid jjrt. and is a true specific, just as qui seisin malaria. We have the strong j-t testimony of many ministers of the spel, -well-k...

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. — 3 April 1897

JH V r, i at r , I 1 l- 1 DEMOCRATIC CAINS. Tmt Teperts bom wMtta New Tedc, wbese tkey kre held tows kettoaw, are. indeed very eaamr fMf ke Deatocr&ts kve, is jmij pkoM, curiei tke electioBa, awln the ethers they hare made ratts. 'r&ete renuts itirely Halooked for. A. report from Bocbeeter says: "la temu wkere Bepsblicans had always bad their own way, there was a hrsakkg away from the old reflate ad Democrats were put into office. Li HozBeUsville the Demo crats scored a great victory, the Bepehlicass electing only one alder man. In Albion and Bath Demo cratic Mayors were elected. Cor img elected three Democratic al- dermefi. Ithaca, the educational Jnb of western New York, did like wise. Niagara Falls did herself prowl by electing three Democratic aldermen oat of the four. Victor ewcfttbe field by electing a full Democratic ticket. Phelps kicked erery Bepnblican out of office and fat 10 a fall-fledged Democratic ticket. In Newark, where the Bei pahlicans hare usually carried...

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. — 10 April 1897

f X SFO 5 ui ill -LVi.rJ.Ki1i.AJb WK SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING to rule, the, Money A''" Power or the People." Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. U. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, ARPIL 10, 1897. No. 33. F5 n , , " , r " ;-r - . "f '- .--v -- wm.- fttffe- i . . . Sfi ' f " r : " ' " (It is Esmos alone whichI iv v(aN(2.9j a vC s ) .rV A f NEEDS THE SUEFOBT OF J f Kv &$?; VI. . & ( Goternment;Truthcan f llJW) s. 1P - ' - -f " 4k7 STAIH) BY ITSELF." . V ' iTST f 4P) ,WWU M ' AW Thomas Jeffeksow. IT Y ? r-. AxV-SfSv.-if V Yt V 9 TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. n. Ik the last issue of tke Broad Ax re endearored to familiarise our many Joadara tk-Towuat L'Ouvertare by givag adeacrSoa of his personal appearance and of his earlier aateoedeBte, bt from henceforth ire will 'eadeavor to fa miliarize our numerous readers with this woaderfal character after he had gained his liberty. Tortssaint was about 48 years of age when the iasRrrectron of the blocks took place, in August, 17...

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. — 10 April 1897

- - ;a - - ., .,-' The Broad WUM2MHMD WJHtKLY. WM.yHn)dto aaa at aa tfatw aaaeM taa Irs awtaelplea o Pesaeaiaty, 'tart team Oataeaac, Pteteeteata, Kalgafs at Lahaty Ia- anaeaa, MtirtHwii, Fzttata, eraaj eaa ten taatr sty, as tear aa ttelr to aiower aaa rttafflalMHty to axaa. 2aa Braac Ax Saa miiHfii wheat alafr atna to areaf eaoag-a far aS, crar Pst'ailBg fee erfal rifkt ttfaaeas: to awa gated. Laeal eoMwatatteaa wSl kara atteatlea; m eaJy aa aaa ataa a the papee. SUBSCRIPTION: fw Tear M.MM.M.M.M.M....fC8 jb l(Mtte....M.M.M.M.M.M.M.M. 2.69 X'aWB JH9BtSSaaa-aa-aaa V9 Alrrrttilas rates aaaae aaaaa aa apatea ales. AMreaa all comimiBltaUem to THE BROAD AX, nSHda Street, Salt Lake OHy, Utah. JDLIOT F. TATLOR..PWUfcer aaa Bates. at Peetofceca m aeeeai-daaa asattaf Fifty per cent of the non-sapported wives of New York were married in their teens. The showing is not ea saaraging for early marriages. Edisea has made a new discovery by the see of which a surgeon can see all f the organs and t...

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. — 10 April 1897

V HENBY BULLEB, n REPLACE CEN. KITCHENER IN THE SOUDAN. i Jtrk,ble HU,Ury " "Who Km ttea in the British. Army SUce g, Vu Nlaeteea Tears OM. His sjsnetary Career. IE REDVERS Heaty Sailer, the army aa&a who Is to replace Sir Hora tio Herbert Kitch ener at the ead of the British forces In Egypt, Is his predecessor's seaior by eleven years. Sir Herbert, who is a "mere youth as the London cable has an able soldier, but jj enougn 01 ine oia iox tb jgjte the home government feel safe jgl&ls administration ol tne military gjedition against the Mahdists In the gead&n. If an old soldier is needed In fejpt, why, then, sir Beavers is the ygf man for the place, for he has been laths army since the age of 19 years. ga was then a commissioned ofBcer' of &s Thirtieth rifles and won his way gpnird by dogged determination, hard I grrice and distinguished bravery. He xea the Victoria cross for his gallant tondnct at the retreat of Inhlobane hring the war in Zululand. On that occasion h...

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. — 10 April 1897

v ji -. . jSR-STTj: CHLORIDE POINT CONSOLI DATED MINING AND ' v MILLING OUMPANX. Tax aboTe-Haked coapasy ttm iBcorporated oh the 80tk dsy of J&naary of the present -year, but tke Chloride Point Lode, a claim froairhich. tke conpany derived its Base, has been worked continu ously since 1870, and has responded aobly as a paying mine. This is only one of the claims .owned by the company. The others being: The Surprise, the Cleveland and the L. W. Clark Lodes, containing in all, about 200 acres. The company incorporated under the laws of this State, with a cap ital of $500,000, divided into shares , of one dollar each. Two hundred thousand shares were set aside' as treasury stock for the, erection of a mill, development and qther im provements. The geographical position of these properties is a most favorable one. It is only three miles from Mercur City, the terminus of the railroad, and adjoins the rich and wonderful properties of the North ern Light Mining and Milling com pany. It...

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. — 17 April 1897

T''SBr j '- " 'It ra T!ssnB trnina vm..." --.". .ajjvxiJS. TVJUUHj WEEDS THE bUPPOBT OFJ GovernmentjTruth CAN JOY THE JbiTEBNAL WE 8 HALL SEE WHO IS GOINGj STAND BY ITSELF." V)'I TO RULE, THE MONEY Thomas Jefferson. Power or the People."' Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. W. !) JP Qg" IV Vol. II. TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. in. W firmly beliere that there is a destiny which shapes our lives rough hew them as we may. And we further believe that this des tiny, this unseen, this inscrutible and this uncontrollable power which rules over the universe, and which controls our lives and the actions of all the inhabitants of this globe, did bring Toussaint forth out of the house of bondage for the express purpose of ruling over his fellow sen. We are informed by General Laveaux, "that a wonderful im provement followed after this prom inent personage became Lieutenant Governor of St. Domingo." The General also tells us that he con sulted our black friend on all mat ters w...

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. — 17 April 1897

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WH ynwticata ui at all tee spbeM tka lna prtJete of Dewcrsey, tot feraer, OsteeHea, Frctectutx, KaJfkt of Ler, la Mo, Hemes, Bepafelkxa, Priest or say m ctee cu fcT their sty, as less tar kagnna U proper asa reepeseMUty tzcd. The Bread Ax Js a Bewfpaper waese plat Jem la bread eaoaca tor all, ever cktmtsg k editorial rlcfet to apeak Ita own b&xl Local cesuBBBJeatioaa will have atteatlea; write only on ae side of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: atx Months..... ....,. 1.00 Caree Month .. ... .50 Adrertlaln? ntM made hinvn m annlm. Hon. " Address all oommonleitloaa to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .PabUeaer sad Editor. stetered at Pottofflee aa eecoad-ctoai mittst Noise does not add to emphasis any more than wind does to the supply ot air that surrounds the earth. The fact that a man is constantly arguing is not absolute proof that he possesses more Information than other people. The world Is full of .people whose op...

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. — 17 April 1897

-"TpATHE-nC COMMUNITY. .- Xttr York X Imposed TJpes fcjr the t HonoDoUn. Monopolies. , rommunlty which will not assert Itself -.S-esto be robbed, and therefore others ?5 rtmcern themselves Tery little about l,tter. The price of a telephone In New g'Sis $240 Jear ne hundred dollars 35 b an ample price; hut the telephone 5Soly has learned how to make Itself Sih business circles and. In pvlltleal 2SS. and the telephone user Is In conse 'Sii? the victim. No coxnmunttx deserves 'iiadDatlon from a sltuttloa of this kind e5rti itshows Tlgor enough to win 1U own Eidorn. The transportation lines In New K whether the elevated or the surface iiil do not try to make the passengers Snfnrtable by providing them with seats, it is more profitable to pack the cars until .tired wonun Is hanging from every strap h the aisle, while the front and rear plat irJu. rp densely lammed with lontr-snffcr- St men. It seems never seriously. to have Srtlms of an outrage that men of spirit ZvmnanlM find It lucrati...

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. — 17 April 1897

FROM OUR WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT. WaSHTKSTOX, D. C, April 12th, 1897. MX NXW TWJATT. Now that the -Senate has ratified the arbitration treaty -with Great Britain, those in a position to kmow nfkat took place in the executive aesaiea daring its consideration ,Te port that Senator Thurston of Ne braska took a leading part in form ulating and securing the adoption of the fcHinripal amendment to the treaty, -without which it would have failed of confirmation by many votes. Senator Thurston insisted from the beginning that the treaty should specifically exclude the idea of sub mitting in advance the arbitration of any question involving the na tional honor, the integrity of the territory or the foreign or domestic policy of the United States. His speeches on the subject are said to have been both brief and pointed, and were very strong in favor both of the amendment and of the ratifi cation of the treaty amended. He and Senator Spooner of Wisconsin may be said to have been leaders of a ...

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. — 24 April 1897

(y r i . a ..? H&$ "IT 18 ESROS JLLONE WHICHj WEEDS THE SUEPOBT OFJ GovernmentjTruth CAIN ''By the Eternal we SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING TO RULE, THE MONEY Power or the People." i STAND BY ITSELF." 4 '(Vft 'ft' Thomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson. 1 Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE- CITY, UTAH, ARPIL 24, 1897. No. 36. " lg s " vsTSttv? v v, IfyMP lpy'3 V 3sSsSS&sfceWS3 Lv 1 TOUSSA1NT L'OUVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. IV. Thk English troops evacuated St. Domingo during the latter part of 1798, but it appears that all of Toussainf s difficulties were not re moved by their departure. The mulattoes, influenced partly by a rumor that the -French Directory intended to re-establish the ex ploded distinction of color, and partly by a jealous dislike, which they entertained for Toussaint, ow ing to the fact that he was a pure negro, and they, the mulattoes, did not want a full-blooded African to iule over them. And as a result of this jealous feeling, an insurrection of the mulattoes...

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. — 24 April 1897

r- S-""v The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ma arsaselfata aad at all tbaea ashoU tk "" 'fcr priadefea of Deraearaey. sat &mw " Ostho&es, Preteatasta, Kaifkta at Later, la- , MtawM, BerjofeHwiii. Prieaaa, or aay wtclMeu bay tMr aay, ae teas aa ttatr laatfaAta ts 'proper aad waponWWr la tod. , Tfc Broad Ax la a aemgager -waeaa p)at f term la tread eaoach Ser all, erer c4ag &Urial right to speak toewiatel Local cMBKaaleatloaa win fears atteatlea; write osly oa aa atda of the papa. SUBSCRIPTION: &ne Tear .........,....$2.e0 x Month? .............. 1.08 xhret Jsoaths. Advertising- rate made knows en applica tion. - Address -all coffiannlcattaas to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Laka City, Utah. ' JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .PabUsaer aad Bdltst Tsatered at Poatofice aa aeeoad-claas Butttet The man who knows enough to be decent need not Bit up nights to rem a edy other defects in his ed icatlon. The fact that a man Is busier than other people Is apt to cause him to , acquire the ...

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. — 24 April 1897

fjSMONKirs PLIGHT ruRONIC DIARRHCEA. RHEUMA TISM. NEURALGIA, DySPEP- , SIA.CURATUREOF SPINE. -nt W pm ta tho WX ot C" jYom the Times. StBiw City, Ha Robert H. Hanter is an old veteran f irftarton, In the territory of Oklahoma, iho. after 83 .years of feelplesa suSeriBg' is ZaVtofarreJaTeaated that he has takes Sn quarter section ot land "to grow up Sth the country," as he says. in 18C3 Mr. Hunter was serving at the -at in Co. G., 1st Mo. CaTalry, and -while a s long forced march was 10 days and jjUti in the saddle during very rainy irefttber. Be was, shortly after getting jnto camp, from the exposure he haa gone through taken with such seVere cramping lad swelling of the limbs, that it was at first surmised that he had been bitten bya -ttler or a c- perhcad. The resrimental targeon was nui of that opinion, but diag nosed it as a case of saddle cramp and acute rheumatism of a severe type. Here SV the old soldier's own story: "The regimental surgeon InioYwu. jay ciptain that I would n...

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. — 24 April 1897

& JNTERNATrONAL BIMETAL LISM A DELUSION. lax Loadea Tiwm, ipalriitg of ike MtoiMftt of tlw Halted States If OMktrjr (innriMrioa, gives a fart Kttte ope for aa iaterna tibial agreeawat. It a& "We batiere tkat all tie indications in Sarope aad the far East point to the aQare of sack an undertaking. "Separate agreesaents tritb the Vaked States are out of the ques tion ti tie aations of Europe Id Bat with, to agree among them atlrss m faror of biBetsllkni. e coauaission will have a good time aad -rill be received stsij wIumu with courtesy. Presi dent McKinley will be able to point to its labors as redeeming his elec tion promises, and to their failure as snowing that if America wants free silver she must procure it for kersslf at her own risk. "The sooner these points are made dear the sooner we may expect America business to assume a Btore healthy appearance. It may, therefore, be hoped that this roving eoaunission will not unduly pro tract its interesting, but futile ex perisf...

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