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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 1 May 1897

V 'X'Vr ; v , i V "IT 18 EbXOB. AXOKE "WHICH; weeds the suppoet of j GovernmentjTruth can! stand by 1t8el"f " j GA I Thomas Jefferson. '' . it.. Hew to the Line. ''By the Eteenai. wi i SHALL SEE WHO 18 OIKG J i TO RULE, THIONEtI f Power or the People." I Andrew Jacxson.1 iiv 1!&innsasaJ ft Vol. II. TOUSSA1NT L'OUVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF ' H AYTI. v. As -we have already seen Tous saint had been more than success ful in all his schemes of improve ment, and while he greatly ad mired, and it may be said, imi tated, Napoleon Bonaparte, yet he entertained a secret fear of the projects of that great General, al though Bonaparte, as First Consul, had confirmed him in his com mand. But notwithstanding this fact, rumors had. reached the island to the effect .that the First Consul meditated the re-establishment of slavery. Toussaint thought it advisable in this state of matters toj be before hand with the French Consul in forming a constitution for the island to supersede the military g...

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. — 1 May 1897

. i. s 'S 1 The Broad Air. FUHHebBSD WMKLT. Wffi ytwdpte a at U gates Sffetii tka tree sttteefelec o Desertey, swt testers, XtetkeSea, Preteataata, KsJfMa at Iar. I Meta, V omasa, BejwWIea, ftiesta, y wAieu tan their sty, a lea u tktJf tacaae 1 preper aa4 reaseasfMaKy rs. The Bread ixUi newspaper whose pUt term U tread eaeacB. far aH, ever cto'ialag the editorial riat to apeak Hi ewa aria. Local cesaaalcatloBa will aara mtteattea; wxtte only on- aaaMaof tfce pases, SUBSCRIPTION: dae Tear -...-..... . ..8.f9 Six Month!.. ............. 1-gg Three Month - .W AdrertlclDC ratea made ksewa on ippHea tion. Address all caasmHaicatioas to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Uala Street, Bait Lake (Sty, Dtaa. JULIUS F. TA7L0K..PabUaaer asd Zdltec. Katered at Poateeace aa secgad-cteas taattet The crowded jails, penitentiaries and lunatic asylums should teach us that we are not,dolng all that we ought to do for mankind. The man whom Blondln carried on his back across Niagara Is still alive. The fool killer has r...

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. — 1 May 1897

I write 10 let You know how pleased I am with I roar sarsatarllla. i f lt Terr west cudrlrerl last month, and wentaa tnnal,toget 'ssana- ' p imia, anu ma not know but I had nntfl I mt home, when I lound I had ' yours. Ana -nieasea i m that I imt VAltM . f. Am. me rnpfred anrf "ttmnw tnnnAr 1 iu:tn s, and .- atwn 0o -- a 0wm tlUt ISSttOwnr!. &lnn tAtrrrn ' a house mimiL T mnmA m hoiaa Its fall nfth nrt then IS lest hack. rnlf en mtilnv taking lor on man. Bnt It was jour xarsaDarina. that rn SB srrsnnh to do it l .h-.ii iIciti tike it In fntnr Tnrei -Wa'RTi. Hill St.. Oliphant, Pa., Dec 26, UK. WEIGHTY WOROS FOR Ayer's Sarsaparilla. MlMWWWWMeWMHllt Baker's Chocolate Walter Baker & Co. Ltd., 1 Estaefisbcd in 1780, at Dorchester. Mass. Has the well-known YcHow Label on the front of every package, and the trade-mark, "La Belle Chocolatiere," on the back. NONE OTHER GENUINE. Walter Baker & ----------------- x-j-w-irv utiti wn tuui WINDSOR HOTEL, DENVER. Only First-Class Hotel ...

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. — 1 May 1897

THE SECRETS OF A TRUE WIFE. It k Mkl & tie wife's secret is ibc epini&a ske kae of her hwband. If k&e opouoB k not favorable it furfMnlj ni;Tit to be her secret. 8 leaf as she k sot called upon to vtttr it im self-defense. Even taeogk the -wife lesxHB when it is too kte that the man she has prom ised to love, honor and obey, and ki trhom she could see no imperf ec tiotts dariag their courtship, but xoir that he is her. husband, when lie should do all in his power to sake her happy, he becomes surly, cross and cruel without any appar smt casse, the young wife's heart is Mled with anguish when she re- -attats that her idol was nothing sore than clay. Bat she dare not tell the world her domestic sorrows. She feels that to use the intimacy of a rela tion so sacred as that of marriage, merely to discover weaknesses and betray them to others, can never be the province of a noble nature. However impossible the contract to love, honor and obey may be, the alternative need not be...

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. — 8 May 1897

-rL-- lro a" iTUjr H Ij" -Vjt.1 o - , ----- fc , ,. ,., ..;! ? - --.? 31-, . V.' ' vr- i-5$-: lT IS ESKOX AXONE IFHICIO GT'S IfEEDS TJU5 SUPPORT OFJ Go vertocent;Truth c axi iX IflB .CjXUK.NAL WE SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING STAND BY. lTSEI" TO RULE, THE MONET Thomas Jeffeson Power obthr Peopt.-bl"' -J Andrew Jackson. 1 I Hew to the Line. s5h& " r"," '' v- Vol. II. TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE AND THE-REPUBLICOF HAYTI. YI. Shortly after the landing o General Leclerc at Cape Pran cois he despatched M. Coasnon with Touss&intfs two sons to the town of Henneri, where Toussaint and his family were living. When Toussainfs two sons and their teacher arrived at Henneri their father was absent, and they spent the first evening with their mother and the rest of the family; but the next day Toussaint' returned home and his two sons threw themselves into his arms. M. Coasnon presented him with t letter from the First Consul, .which he read on the spot. The letter was a skillful mixture of flat tery ...

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. — 8 May 1897

T 5 ep c jj i. 1rV '1 . The. Broad PUBTJWTBD .T. stats OC XtQMGMsfl Ht OaNMSss. eCXatocIfr- Hcta, mm elss chi Aors tktir sty, at lifeai Tfca'BreMl Ax ts a BSfSl Is wfWfcd SSSSfli 9F Alt fce efceril riffct to 9Hk to wi IeU cosmn testis w kT smte ealy o m sHe ef tks SUBSCRIPTION: Adrertlsi&ff rates wfi feaewa ea sppttsa Address all ceggaMdcsttoss to THE BROAD AX, ' TO KsJ Street, Bait rke (Sty, Uak. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, JrtiHrtfr aad B&lttc. aUred at PostsAee at seeeaC-cla asxttaC. Mr. Cleveland Is now experiencing the delusiveness that is accorded an ex-president Nobody pays the lewt attention to the number of ducks he kill. By the way, who la it that is trying to recover the American flags captured "by the Mexicans during the war with that country? There has certainly "been no governmental action taken in that direction. A preacher at Normal, HL says .he uses beer because he Is suffering from nervous prostration, resulting from be ing held up by a footpad. We have often wondere...

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. — 8 May 1897

1 ; 1 KOKOMO SCHOOLMASTER. ? Fitnn the Trlfcuae, Kokosao.Iail , vj. John Leahy, a treU-fcaowa scteol-,-cJi'er of Kokomo, Indiana, makes the fol Zfag well written statement regardlsff Jjlfllness from rheumatism and a cospli Itfoa of diseases and subsequent caret Three years ago, when I was 86 yean jxjltnis attacked with rhenmatlvm', ac Ispinied with marked and increasing disturbances of the nerrons system, pains te the head, and most serious, of all, aymp Zjjj of organic heart trouble. Xhe cardiac Inflammation increased as ji.e rheumatism progressed, and it -was not jTrreat while before the heart trouble as Jgned the chronic form. My brain was each disturbed and my physician was firmed, fearing meningitis, as the articu- I" kr inflammation diminished while the T eoebral disturbance increased. But I was I Si Vt oaf , " " juiuta ucgau w litrell, and the pain in the head to subside, though it settled into a dull rheumatic headache, which no skill of the physician ' amid relieve. I 'Of c...

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. — 8 May 1897

i - -E S V GROVER CLEVELAND. Wi fcerewhk xeprodaee extracts 'a& editorial o& Grorer CkrelaL lmttea fyr Joia. G. Stasaklia, ed itor of t&e Erwisvilk Coarier, wkk a brief cowaeat by me oHfeefeMMtHe Lowsvilk Courier Journal, the mg Democrats of Utab: Tbe Eraasrille Courier, edited by Joka G. Sbanklin, one of I dia&a's true-blue Democrats', gives Mr. Cleveland the benefit of soe tning orer a column, under the cap tioii, "Let Him Pass!" The Courier recites tbe remarkable career of its former political idol. Then Mr. SbaaMm gets down, to business. With pointed pen be indited these sentences: "We need not elaborate the record, for it would only recall dis appointment and chagrin that were better forgotten if such a thing eouH be. When Mr. Cleveland convoked Congress in extraordinary session soon after his inauguration, ot to reform the tariff, which was the issue upon which he was elected, but to strengthen the grasp of the money power upon the resources of the country by 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. — 15 May 1897

? "J fTO rlWJ fii." s ,' , , I - S il " X ""?"" ; ,, ' .'. ' ' ' ?' '3- 'w6r -T" w . I k. rx" v ("It is Emsos aloke which r&3 NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF ''By the Eternal we G0VEInENT;TRUTH CArf SHALL SEE WHO IS G0ING STAWD "BY ITSM.Tr'1 TO RULE, m THE MONEY ft1 Power or the People."1 Thomas Jeffexson.I -J Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. IL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 15, 1897. tfo. 38. JzF 45w ?-- if Isv fe. T V. -. . - ... . jWL ! Anr!sM i? im r TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. Ik the last issue of the Broad Ax we acquainted " our xraaerous readers with the fact that the great Napoleon had firmly decided to re move Tonssaint from the island of St. Domiago, and it is now our sad and melancholy duty to record one of the blackest and one of the most treacherous acts ever committed by Napoleon or by any other great irarrior.. According to the orders of Napoleon the person of Tons saint was ruthlessly seized while he as residing Tery quietly and very peacefully in his ...

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. — 15 May 1897

- ', r . .. n I o t.1 a (f The Broad Az. ttlitil TtoaiMMr 'hat !. Ax Is a. eiwiMpiir tihw MWHlifi(kttiiftkHim ifiwe enen aie eg the feex. SUBSCRIPTION: -IWn 0iUseeeeeesseee 'AiTftrtlalag Tes SUM kMWl en SJPSSS JLMreM all omniHilPtHnin to THE BROAD AX, 71 Vela S&eet, Salt lake Ctty. Utah, 3ULTCB X. TAYLO&. .PrtHlhwe a4 Better. Satered at Pastoflce a aecoaa eltw matter. Gladstone Is said to have become -ry deaf. Still, he can hear the cries -I Christians In Crete better than Sal- Mnuy. A Chicago pool-room Is entered tXreugh a Chicago alderman's saloon. id up policeman seems to be able to , ths -way to It. After expressing unqualified confl slenee in its own probity, the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die. It is seldom a legislature turns State's eri--tfence. A new political party is to be organ ised next summer, we are told. This Is, indeed, gratifying news. If there Is anything that this country needs more than anything else it is more political parties. Reports from outlyi...

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. — 15 May 1897

I I some years I was I . aEflilEHF . -V -' '-"Bate. quite 0HtoIlieAltb,EB4 filiSSBftar l'x ' ' topi: much &teiiela 9pSsw -Y wluchdldBeBOgood.. II flMV ::;'-'''J ". wuadrisedbyafrleadtol B 'j' V ' " , ' ViSSS try AVer's Saruputlkl 1SI5 -Pi W" III which I did, taking aoen SaEjMm ) ' V or more bottles before step. afiasLnKSiilS ( 3 v I ping. The result Was that I )SiBSS9 Sr JkJ) ' felt so weft ana trng NjS ." . "-"" Mt& l. that I, of coarse, think tfcere is tr Wl '' r--TM J-VV- no aedlclse equal toAyeVs Sar- I fir t If '''' 'JSu' lsaparnia,Bnd I take great palssX I 1 -- l&'sjB'm'l'a totellaayiulferinBrrlendotltandl r lf S- lKW whattf. did for zne."-Mrs. L. A. V V - H ' VHf! lMcBKXT.KIUoum,,wris.,Feb.li,i88g. I ) Y - ITt' WEIGHTY WORDS J W FOR W Ayer's Sarsaparilla. W Denver Direetory. THE DCMVCR TCNT AND AWNING CO. wra. mat me sua 1728 LAWRCNCC ST. VJAVI Tone sad streactheus relsxal weakens! aterinaomnv: uootnaa. IBM Aranaaoe st J STENCILS. terliXfV Co.. ISIS Lawrence st. f...

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. — 15 May 1897

w ' I ?- 4 - r- '1 ., ,.- G AbAdfajlOre. Aoct tiro wtkt ago H tltocc 'Irkoitwe aecwtwii the hrta to Mdttaf tfc Bewsjupers, -ink m JbnMi AefMttiMrtke Westen 9Mt Dry Gc4a Ceap&ay 1m4 gbMmmtoj&iiMCMl tromKev Bt imh -MrtMM tie ttettkat tfck ircfi koir& eomfmy woH be atte to lrtatkec tie jmiicmI storm wiueklMHweytOTer orfair la&d feriag Ibe pt six years. Bat it mm tint vmmg to the tigkt&ees o tfce ay market and the taii- wiei eoAitk ot all kind of Wriawt iaTMgltoat the coantry, that it was atterly impossible for the Westers Shoe aad Dry Goods Owpaay to meet their hoawt ob- a&d that great concern coatoelled to close its doors. And tie result of its failure will he Tuy hard oa the other dry goods Buirchamtn for a short time, for the etire stock of the Western Shoe aA Diy Goods Company will be farad for sale, consisting of dry foods, furusluBg goods, notions mm shoes, reeardless of cost or price. The sale will cosamence at the old staad, 51-o3 Soath Main Street, at 1...

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. — 22 May 1897

' rr ' 0-' X ' .. J"9gSH " :H . ir. - - t -ie ft"K HEW TO THE LINE. rf 2-fe?:6S,.?di ' . -. . - ,.,. , . i ''By the Eteikal we i i SHALL 8EE WHO IS GOINg) TO BULE, THE KONEY J PO WES OK THE PEOPLE." j f Akdrew JACKSON. J & iraEDS THE SOPPOIT OFi . if Sv . jf "T VW STAND BY ITSELF." P&V ftt 1 ' tCT f Jf)lf -T fX-CJ' ' "fJ-s- A . l7( J7 TTT' 1 A i wnwn-avmV-tf I k K S eBrV Ml Am V IT W Ml I - STMlifci -lffl . It V. X. i-. ; JLv;HEJIEi n "xnuMitn ai kp p m:bmh ini.v. "- i an at. -e v i a v mr mj-j wl i ija j-wuzvf a mil 3W . wv j Vol. IL THEPASTANDTHE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. B y D. W. Cntp, A. IL, M. D. At ereiy crkk in the kktory of the aegTo. in ike period iaterveBiag between 1700 aad tke preseat date, there has been sose heroic, philan thropic, heaven-cowHaisekHied aad heaved directed white man to cham pion his cause. - When, in 1700, the negro in Mawachagetta was straggling to free himself from thecraeltiea of the Paritans, who were so called beoawe of their pretended...

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. — 22 May 1897

- r P ' r 3 "r ffc The Broad -. F'D k, WW Bfeenfette aad at an abaee ess Oats eggs, rYriestaata, Kalgats at Laker, In "Maia. Memea a, BepsMwai.'Trieeea, or any eae etaa out kara their say, aa leae; aa their tianngn'to proper and reaeaaageBily la axed. Te Breed Ax la a setrsaeaar wheae stat ftta ta stead easa tar aa, ever eU'wlag efttaife! stakt apeak Ma ewa Bated. Xeeai eeauaaalcanaaa will have acteattea; wrtte ,aty oa eae aaie ef the paper. SUBSCBIPTION: B 1 eTe e e ee aaaaaaaaaaaat aeaafiaiW RX JCOAUM aaa a- a i" Three Montae.. ....... ............ 36 AavertlalBf ntea aide ksewa aa appHea. aton. Jaddreaa ell commnwleatleaa ta . THB BROAD AX, 710 Uala Street, Salt Lake Bty. Utah. KILEED ITVE MEN. CLARA OMO, A BRAVE WOMAN OF THE WEST. Tare Wfeaiea aad Two Indians tea Geae Deva 'Before Her UaerrlBt; Aim aad la Every Cue JaaUca Wa Meted ( psio. .most ,; JULIUS F. TAYrX.PaWiker aad Salter. Batrcd at PeeteeBce aa aecaad-daaa matter. The eoadsct of Mrs. Fitzslmmons otroagly vindicates th...

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. — 22 May 1897

fl at 1 - . . '. .. - -.- a I ?".n Ufa mm anil (.v! attie. iuu . . -w. --- "x?, no- . the woader-werker. that aaakea nen strong. All drsggWa, We. er tx to-BSC. Znrt guaranteed. Bootlet aad MMiti . K Sterllas Remedy Ca, CsJete er Sew Tort Dobbins seems to be a rather I seat tJk-,r- "Fluent? Why that man prepared a rttaseope lecture, but ft' was a failure be tse tie pictures couldn't keep as wit Un." V tvrklns has bad to znore again.'' '"Whit'i the trouble?" "There was a iroata la the aeit flat who couldn't talk without qaotlnr, SJisrespearc- "A package of PEEUVIAHA, the best kidney cure oa earth, seat KREK to aay sufferer if writteaforproHiptly. Peraviaaa Baiedy Co., 2S8 Fifth St., tdaaatl.Oala "Here's a aew rommerdal troable. -What Is ltT" "Thirty thousand spinsters petition for protection against matrimonial nreaus." ANTI-COLD (Powder) CURES A COLD In the head In one day. All Drngrtstsrefuad the money If It falls to core, 2o eta. SORE CUBE FOB CATARRH AND HAY FKVEE: What la a contt...

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. — 22 May 1897

t. " t -f - -faA.- E . . J " .-h r-a II BICYCLE NEWS ITEMS. Tr arises for tbe roaittaee MiTMwkG. M.SOttCa'. Xaia Street. Tbey aa sswgaii teat, all ta local deafen aawag labembeti soe article of valae. lie wxaal wheel dab rode to tfce Jjagooalastireek. TkU-wektlsey go to H91's Tan. SucUy'TMWf is taeiwxt im or der, ike arofesoals of' Salt Ike hokKaf f ortt at tliat place oa ike (Kb of Jane. Tke colored toys at tke Fort aare eaof k wkeelmea to orgaaiee a wheel dab o their owa. Jadgiag by tkeaafflber seem cm tke street why not do it. Xaterr, Leday, Delovage, Hag sard M several others are traiaiag hard for the Tace. Jensen is train iag for tke track races, and Tacker is ft -poor coaiittoa, and there Is a possibility of his not riding in the race oa trie disc. wavzslt. HON. C. H. J. TAYLOR. Hit Successor Named His Impar tial Manaeement of the Office of Recorder of Deeds. Br a few days the Hon. C. H. J. Taylor, Becorder o Deeds for the District of Colombia, will retire into prirate-life. D...

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. — 29 May 1897

- ""15 ' :-- .- r-f-1 -XT-' , 9aV 4 It is Erkok aloxb ifhichf ''By the Eternal weJ NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF GoTEinnraNTjTRtrtH CAi SHALL SEETHO IS GOING, ' TO RULE. THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF." 71 ft-t)- Power ohtht? Pvo-pt.v " Thomas.Jifferson.j - A T .Lxnimuw JACKSON, ,F$&f , Hew to the Line. I Vol. II. SALT LAKE CI1Y, UTAH, MAY 29. 1897. No. 40. 7W s$2sd JPL gSd"' 'rc. i zraiE-ssrrMfimt iiMSKl!il4T THE PAST AND THE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. By D. W. Culp, A. Mr, M. D. n. ' The first thought suggested to my mind by Prof. Boughton's ar ticle is, that the white people o this country are woefully ignorant of the true intellectual status of the negro. The Southern people hoast that they are thoroughly ac quainted with the negro; but they are greatly mistaken. Their knowl edge in this direction does not ex tend beyond the ignorant negroes in their employ. They know abso lutely nothing of the educated ne groes of this country with whom they do not come in contact. Very few Southern 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. — 29 May 1897

--il ' ti. ' 'P S ft THE BBOAD AX. PUBLISHED YTESKLT. "Will preBletfi aad at all tlses uphold the trae prlaelflec of Democracy, bat farsera, CatheBes, Protestants, Kalghts of 'Labor, In ttels. Moraoas, KepaMlcaaa, Priests, or any ee else can bare their1 say, so long as their laasBace la proper and respoaaibUltT la fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper whose plat form la bread enough for all, -ereE. claiming the editorial right to speak lu ewn Blind. Local coauaunlestlQss will hare attention; write only on one aide of the paper. SUBSCBIPTIOX: One Tear. $2.00 Six Months.. 1.00 Three Months .50 Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS P. TAYLOB.. Publisher and Editor. 8CIENTIIIC POINTEBS. CURRENT NOTES OP SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Hope for the Deaf Koefa'a Study or lepras? Xew Process of Packing Cettea A Comfortable Bed far the Sick The Batter-fly Teagae. , Entered at Postoffice aa second-class matt...

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. — 29 May 1897

-?i .XCEFOBAWffiERS FSH WAITING JO BE inHT OFF CAPE ANN. I - jfackerel of Dewm Baa the line raawwwai . 'wiv vau Cell aaaxreeo win aboui, . BHKT- (New York Letter.) ORD hsa cose from the California coast th&t fiaker- men at Santa Cata Hna Island have been having great sport recently In catching upon light tackle the great fish known to the Pacific anglers as the leaping tuna. Igort Is declared to be more ex- eren than, mat iuraisnea. oy me nr any of the other big sea nsn tTsdere have been attacking the UT years. About twenty tunas i.vn caDtured on hand lines dur- fjie past season at Avalon, but the (remarkable capture was tne one t t Santa Catalena by CoL C P. jouse of Pasadena, who hooked nonnd tuna on a light rod and l xnd secured It after a struggle i than three hours. During the trith the great fish CoL Moore- ., boat was towed about three The leaping tuna of the Pacific rfbed as ranclnz In weight from UgoO pounds, and from six to nine (s length, 'and as having a habit Isping...

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. — 29 May 1897

,,..- B-J .- A. ,,' -- j THE FIRST BATTLE." Tk book .eatitki, "The SSrst Btk," by TV. J. Siywav is an ex ce&at prodaqtion. ' It is a kiatory of the caspugn of 1896, nd in addition tkeieto contais a collec tion of Mr. Bryan's speeches, and a biographical sketcfe of him ,by hia intelligent and accomplished wife. The work is a living monument to the cause of bimetallism, and is dedicated to those -whom Mr. Bryan justly calls, "The Three Ti OBeers" B, P. Bland, J. B. Wea rer and H. M.Teller. ISrery American citizen should read this book, for it gives an ac count of the leading events and is aaes of the most critical campaign in American history. It k highly illustrated, contain ing engravings of the author and family, and many of those who took a leading part in the battle for bi metallism. Such men, for in stance, as James K. Jones, John W. Daniel, William H. Harvey, William M. Stewart, John P. Jones, W. P. St. John, A. J. War ner? W. J. Stone, Prancis G. New- lands, Arthur Sewall,...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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