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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 September 1897

tit t .7 9 , . ras "r It is Erbok alone which 'By the Eternal we, needs the Support of GoYERNMENT;TrUTH CAN SHALL SEEWHO IS GOIHG TO RULE, THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF." . rHOHAS JeFFEBSON. '! &" Power or the People."' -Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT- LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 18, 1897. tfo. 4. V 1 In JnJDhBNB&MBtfte'x I&-. It rc -' pmm ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past-and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Culp, A. M., M. D. x. In using our very simple illustration ire clearly demonstrated that every person who contemplated on purchasing or using a horse in any manner whatever, that such person would naturally select the black horse, for the simple reason that the black horse would be superior in every respect, and more desirable in every way, than the white horse. Although there might be a few persons in each community who would prefer .to continue to jog along behind their poor old ringboned and knock-kneed horses for ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 September 1897

MM IV n I W B-' y & .- eV THE BBOAD AX PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will pnlte ui at til tees opbold tb true principles or iaiocracj, """"r" .. .. UL. .... xriht f Tjhor. IB- I 4dd, Motsobs, Repnbllcans. Pries ta, or any VStaoucs, rroi. --- -;- UII wedieoa bare tsar say. so - JUnroage Is proper and responsibility U fixea. The Broad As If a newspaper wbose pUtfora la broad enough for all, erer clalaW thea!torlal right to Pak ta ow,on. Vocal commnnlcaOona srM bare attention, write only on one aide of tbe paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear Six Months... ....... T"1.a VAnttia ...... .... $2.00 1.00 .50 Advertising rates made known oa appllcalon. Address all communications to THE BBOADAX, HO Main Street, Sslt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOB..Pnbllsher and Editor. Entered at Fostofflce as second-class matter. The legislature of Illinois has enacted a law forbidding bicycle races that continue longer than twelve hoars. This is a step -toward attempting to -check a growing evIL The abase of -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 September 1897

MAY DCl SOMETHING VE1. So Limit to Hi Ambltloas, feat Obstacle to the Way of Achievements. That ma Bluffly la tie busiest an t ever knew," chuckled ooe who "has .known him. for several years. "He mari ded a lot of money and there Is not the -rtiehtest reasoa for him to work at ML 'nt he wants to keep up the Impression, ithat he's no deadhead In the enterprise ma Keeps going tnrougn tne motions as If he had to," says the Detroit Free Press. "He concluded once he'd do editorial work on a newspaper. He fitted up an elesant sanctum at his own expense. Oaid In fine cigars for callers and then .announced himself ready to have hos--tlllties begin. His .first osslgnineBt was ito give ma impressions ot xce xtrnropean f-situatlon. He declared himself at home on the subject, chattea and smoked all afternoon, told his friends to look out. for a 'thunderer' and invited them out when he felt like warming tip on the theme. In the evening he was equally '.breecy and assured. When the inanagjrnx edi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 September 1897

,1 m r !p & JOHN CLARK AND THE BANKEKO MJ W 8!?2 . ukbekr Sate t- month, rt KcLwMfti the ex-botopi uswg-H.kyi-wuik:wbo rite of tfce iMrtio ' itare; W. S. McCothk. fl STLdUHde Sir J Dooly, .rfco always maMgcs to catch tkea a-foagaad catch tbec& aad a f e other Bulhonairea, nabob aad tax dodger., a-eabted in one of the aHte-rooas connect! with the Deseret National Bank, and they then and there Hoainated Mr. John Clark wr Jiayor 01 uturtv. We do not deny bat what Mr. CUrfc has a perfect right to seek the nomination of that office, bat he is dly Mtaken if he entertains the idea that afew high cknrca dignitaries, and a few cheap political bnnco-steerers can ram him down the throats of the peopleof our city. It remains to be seen whether or sot the baakersand the other political Shylocksill be snccessfnl in their scheaae of toting sixty thoasand people around in their breeches pockets. And we would mot give three whoops in purgatory for any high-toned, self-respect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 September 1897

sr . - ,. I' i-IJT w It is Ersok jllonj: whichI X V ''BY THE ETERNAli WE 2fEEDS THE'SUFPOBT OfJ GoverncentjTrdth caw SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING TO RULE. THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF." .-&, 1 ' TnroT ftBTOT! PEOPLE."' rHOMAS JEFFEBSON. A.NUKJSW JAUXk-awii, Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 25, 1897. No. 5. W. --k) JPa jt j .'vr iiTK TOi .TIU-M 5r'ray PRESS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. TV. CuJp, A. M., M. D. Doctor Cult you have taken particular pains to inform the world to the effect that all the Northern white people have always been very much, better friends of the negro than the Southern whites. You evidently gave expression to that statement, Dr. Cnlp, for the sole purpose of playing upon the passions, the prejudices and the. credulity of all the members- of our race. We will not dispute the. fact but what- Charles Sumner, E. P. Lovejoy, William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips, Henry Wilson, Thaddeus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 September 1897

H20i r t", ?- i-' . .v L r ?$ x. M?- - Z A , vMB i" Hhebeoadax V4b PPBUgHBD WKKLY ma ateawfcite tH timtM PJfJ CetaoWn. rretestaatf, KalfMs of Labor, iaiMklbnw, SeprtUeas. Pries ,orW m etee w tare tfcdr mj. . "J 2CMce is 1 reaslbllltj Is ni Bread As U . aewwer . ai to aroad eaoagh for all. erer cWW Vtka editorial rlcM to P " !&mi Tel coatmunlcaUons wUl bare tteni. rriteoab oc oae ride of the paperSUBSCRIPTION: Oae Tear -" jjjq SOx Months tion. .Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, " 710 Mala Street. Salt Late City, Utah. 3DEIUS F. TAYLOB-PnoUer and Editor. Entered at Postofflee aa aecond-claaa matter. An engaged girl Is kissed a great deal SBore tT"n a married woman, and she shows it The Yukon may be freezing up, but the fellow at the typewriter baa to work In his shirt sleeves. Go to Alaska, young man. Even If yos ana bo gold you may find out what Xke Bertar sea dispute is about and su aecose immortal. MaJ. Bandy's appointment to the United States commlsslonership...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 September 1897

"V GREEN CASTLE JENNY. - A Ballad of 'Wxty-tkree. 0 GreeacaaUe street was stream of steel With tfc slaated Boskets tie soldiers bore, nd the scared earth mattered and shook to feel The tramp and the ramble' of Lofig- 6treefs Corps; 5Tie bands were blaring "Ibe Bonny Bine Flag," And the banner borne "were a motley many; And watching the gray column wind and drag Was a slip of a. girl we'll call her Jenny. J dip rf a girl what need her name? With her cheek, aflame and her lips aqulver. And she leaned aad looked with a loyal shame At the steady flow of the steely river: -Till a storm grew black In the hazel eyes Time had not tamed, nor a lover sighed for; And she ran and she girded her, apronwlse. With the flag she loved and her brothers died for. Out of the doorway they saw her start h JPicketfs Virginians were marching -arough), The hotitttJe foolish hero-heart Armored with stars and the saered blue. Clutching the folds of red and white Stood she and bearded those ranks of theirs, Sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 September 1897

t !"- if ITi Iw iI rI :t iJsS. "N- M. B: MoGEE AKD THE BROAD AX. Wj( JuweWk t7 ere1 - ConMd by w netmbeK of oar own. rd d ijr several of the opposite nse, fco woaldliTe ho object WaWterW lo Buwtavle th truth, tbt'Hr.'M. B.jMcGee bu oeen .. JB.j mcvjec naa " report aroand among all thetrc-Trmom he has coae in con- Huunnea oar present uounty ne- ' with, that the Broad Ax is very corder that he was the president of vapoptdaraasoBg the members ot r race here la oar city. We dewre to inform Mr. McGee that we hare never made any preteations to control the negro voters of Salt Lake. But we are thoroughly cowcious of one fact asd that is, that there were no negro Democrats in this city, exceptiag David L. Lemmons, tbe popular barber, until after we began the publication of the Broad Ax. That well known negro-hating sheet, the Salt Lake Tribune, of Moaday, November 4th, 1895, offered to wager $100 that there were not foar colored men in this city who woald vote the Democratic ticket at that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 October 1897

. t ?T "ITIS EhBOR AL02nE WHICH J , NEEDS THE SfrPPn-D' Js '-) ''By the Eternal we SHALL 8EEWHO IS GOING. GoternmentjTrdth can! STAND TTV TrarTx." TO RULE. THE MONEY ' -Srtft rft 6 --. rHOMAS JEFFERSON. Power or the Iteople. 11. - Ahdrew Jackson. Hew to the LiNfe. Vol. HZ No. 6. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 2, 1897. iM -VC gtCSc)" IB - TfflPV- . . - . '-' JfU tJDih agarjs5r-M i''A- 4siaassRfeiaS!sJ MPrwH! ' i iii II I 'ASSOCIATION THE NEGRO AND THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF ALTON, ILL, On last Wednesday and Thursday, Sept 22d and 23d, while a large majority of the members of our race throughout the country were engaged in celebrating Emancipation day and in lauding Abra nam Lincoln to the skies, all the Republican city officials of Alton, HI., which is located in a state which gave Maj. McKinley one hundred and fifty thousand majority last November, were busily engaged in stationing battalions of policemen in front of every school house throughout that city for the purpose of preventing th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 October 1897

-S- ".MBK , '?l IMP, THE BBOAD AX yOBLLBHED WEEKL.T. W ew.Hlf.te aad at all tta-r p trot irrlples of Dncracy. b Ottelta. Pro. KalfhU-f-one eletf tore taelr MX. w ,'' ?f ifi Tbe Broad Ax U fL'Xakl torn U broad ee te $L the editorial rfcbt to P '" "j Iocal etsBtnunlcaUona will hayeaurwrite mly -on one MeofUe paperBUB8CBIPTI0': One Tear.. Blx Month.... 12.00 LOO BSSS'"wS'"iiVii JO tlen. AtMroa all nnionIctJoe w THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street. Stlt Lake Cltj, Utah. JCLIUS F. TArW)B.-TbUher d Editor. Entered at Potto eecond-claaa matter. "As Joaquin Miller sees it" Is the headline over the poet's letter from the Alaskan sold fields. And -when 70a raad the letter you know Mr. Miller sew It through a dictionary. A remarkable discovery has been wA In Connecticut. By an error la the statutes it is almost impossible to punish' a man for bigamy. It is not a crime for a man to be married to more than one woman so Ions as he does not lire with his wives. Who knows but the members of the legislatu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 October 1897

iw w I m THEBKOADAX. 2KOBLI8HED "WEEKLY. ..., tf- .nit t all time uphold tfea Jll,, inrtnti. KnJrhtt of Labor. Ione else atf have the say. ""frE lanniage isjjroper.and responribluty ! form la broad enough for all. ever cwuj"1 Sectorial febt to xoT:B,tA; t,ocai eommtmlcatlcns will bare " . write only -on one -aide of tbe ptpet. BUBBCBIPTION: One Year... Blx Month.. " .12.00 . LOO . .50 SSST SK on appUc Hon. Address all ommnnlcatJoot to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS P. TAniOB.-PoMUb.er and Editor. Entered at PottaSee aa second-class matter. "As Joaquta Miller sees It" la the headline over the poet's letter from the Alaskan gold fields. And -when you read the letter you know Mr. Miller sav It through a dictionary. A remarkable discovery has been Bide In Connecticut. By an error la the statutes It is almost Impossible to punish a man for bigamy. It is not a crime for a man to be married to more than one woman so long -as he does not live with his wives. Who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 October 1897

. -"-i. ." OWN IN KNOXV1LLE A CRIPPLE. CURED. CblfC "Times -Herald" Corro--ondrnt at Knoxrtlle MetU frcn the Times-Herald. Chic ex ill. .., Kormal Institute at Knoxville. A " r.v. U T u, m nmikt inn. Liin jv iiiii . . Iir. on - "" " ' G " reaas: "O. BAIRNIES. CUDDLE DO Story of WN." Scotch R-t n Ww..-.-.. """" ) ...- utatirni L , OUR LUDUET OF FUN: AnVdK.T" ,teh SOME GOD JOKES. ORIGINAL tempt at TerTwaV" & " t at-J AN D SELECTED. ion it came tn tin. i ""tmiiii "cognized the mint n?16 of Wend who -3.t of the Chicago Times-Herald was ! mBu - - -'- - - -- i, mronsea to mwv u um meno. jir. , t Conn, whom ho believed to be a llfet'cnpple. from rheumatiwji and sciatica, Sr around as brisk as anybody. Ai '.last time Mr. Conn bad been seen by Time-Herald man he was on crutches, B'i ;n a terrible condition, thesubject of his Sovery was the topic of conversation. Tho Sowing: is a resume of iir. Conn's story: m inAt)riL 1891, 1 contracted sdatW .Svonmatism. and crew steadilv vor. o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 October 1897

, J. n ' " f! &?.' '. THE CHUH AND STATE. Salt Luc. Cwr, Ap3 1, 1897. JDMr Brtther: Of Jat f sfirit kas feecn. mach gritrcd Tiy the HawraaM of diwenaina wkidi kaa coae OP to BM from 2am. My old age hw pTen e mck op porUinity for meditato aadpfayer, and the Lord has today iapresaed me to write this for tke education of the Saints who are pare aad honest in heart, " tkey may tke better understand.tne ways of tke Lord and His Kingdom, and not be led by false pmt to finding fault with the servants of God, and accusing them of "Stultification' "dishonor, etc THB AUTHOR'S IDXNTI IS IM-MATEBJiL-I write, not for fame, neither for money, therefore I withhold my name. I write not by the authority of any man, bit solely by the authority of the spirit within me. I ask no man to give heed to my teachings, except as they agree exactly with tke written words of the living oracles of these latter days. There are those who teach a different doctrine from that taught by the apostles of Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 October 1897

-X - -v T yjg&rsal k' rx&ssg: J"It is Emsoit aloke which. By the Etebnal we I WEEDS THE SlJPPOBT OFJ SHALL SEEWHO IS GOIHG Goverw mentjTrdth CAN TO RULE, THE MONEY -6ft STAND BY ITSELF." ft" Power or the People."' Thomas Jefferson. A wnDrw TimrRONu. h Xlf UUUTI "" Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 9, 1897. No. 7. 'ikX fra, JJ-ijMil n 1 .. i SSflSEBilsi ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Culp, A. M., M. D. hi. We have now arrived at that portion of Dr. CulpV article -wherein he informs all the members of onr race that it is absolutely necessary for every negro to become actively interested in every and J all things which -pertain to the welfare of the white man and hu family before the negro can expect the white man and his family to become interested in all those things which will be beneficial to the negro and his family. Now that portion of Dr. Cnlp's article meets with onr very highest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 October 1897

-tr t it THE BEGAD AX PUBLISHED WEEKIiX. Ml promote t all times P toe Urtedple. of D"""". jV55?S OtboUe Protestants. Knlgbtt of "bor, -eU nnoB Republican JWtt jr-g eae else can bare W1S , Uncage U proper and W$ plat- . 'The Broad Ax U "mlng tonn la broad enough tor all. ever & the editorial right to speak r,ocal communlcatioas will have ". write only on one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: -One Tear T Six Montba L2? Three Months ,,"ag Advertising rates made known on appUca--tlon. Address all commnnlcaUons to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Postofflce aa second-claw matter. President McKlnley reviewed soim troops at Plattaburg, bat as be had jus4 "'escaped from reviewing a wuole army of patriots in Washington he was net deeply moved. Half of the aldermen of Virginia, III., have resigned and left the city, and there's no telling where the others will pull up and go. No wonder thf Virginia people are h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 October 1897

m T " P . " , ' gVfcvyfcvvvv 1 I TOLD ABOUT BUFFALO BILL. wwlvwuil vw w w vwwwwwwv Attempts have "been made to prove that Eobert Fulton did not discover he power of steam; that Morse was not the inventor of telegraphy, tat the telephone did not originate with Edl.son,that Shakespeare's plays were written by Francis Bacon, and that Buffalo 5111 isn't Buffalo Bill. The last named -attempt was the maddest of alL If there ever was a man called Buffalo Bill, he was not known through the west when that title was conferred nipon W. F. Cody, and to this day ho has never come to the front to assert his claim. There is but one-Buffalo Bill. And he is the most widely known American today, living or dead. The quantity of prose and poetry, history and fiction, that has been printed about him in .books, magazines and newspapers, If measured up, would undoubtedly exceed the printed matter published concernlng any historical character, with possibly the solitary exception of Napoleon Bonaparte. In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 October 1897

THE GOSPEL CONCERNinu CHURCH AND STATE. II. Tt wU.tkerefott! kve beea per .wtlrnnmr for Brother George r -...... MltM taid what was nkt to feist ia tke Tribune of Jwiwry, 17, 1807, to tie effect tW ke kd M BBQCh politic! WM; .mb as all (meaning legislators) eabiaed. Tfee wisdom which is to be ohtMd in this kingdom is more !?is..- n than the boasted STrft&e world.--6r.o 2K 314. President Joseph Smith thus unreservedly states the case: t -, irnl and know more than all. the world put together. Th. ffnlr Ghost does anyhow and he is within me and comprehends wi than all the world. I will rvmftts mvself with him." 6 .Tow. oZW. 5. vnv HAVE THE RIGHT TO CRITICISE THE PRIESTHOOD. It follows very naturally from the foregome tn&t no one is per aiitted to judge or criticise the dirine wisdom (political or other wise) of God through his priest hood, xou must do as you are told, xr me autnormes mate a mistake in their orders (I mean counsel) to you they will settle that wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 October 1897

: -sr :: - rJSSBs: 'It is Ereoe aloxe-whicuj &$) jteeds the support of GoyernmentjTruth can stand by itself." Ihomas Jefferson. ''By the Eternal we SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING t ') TO RULE. THE MONEY Power or the People."' - Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. "i ' '" jk V. . ' t ' V t JtfZlfcXf V . i - " i iff yzis ims - : - - -. --.V liPiS. jMrM.vk J Ik ))J m j ii vig vyjjyjpj , Vol. III. Tg PfeESSl ASSOCIATION THE SINGLE GOLD STANDARD TICKET. The Republican City Convention convened in the Salt Lake Theater on Monday last for the purpose of nominating candidates to fill the various elective offices of our city. The Hon. E.B. Critchlow, attorney at lav, who is always wrong at both ends and wrong in the middle, was selected to preside as temporary and permanent chairman. Mr. Critchlow made a model presiding officer, but owing to the unruly delegates who participated in the proceedings he was utterly unsuccessful in getting the convention under his complete control and the result ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 October 1897

i'I ON THE BBOAD AX. PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. " WnVirnH.tftea oiDesa TnW,rtlH.ftla of ZMvLj?rmJ&Wif -? aw iftis w-:R. t boldtk oeraey. ""Lrrr Ur now. "- aay .. mimmsst. IMBMlMXif BffnpnPlJ l,.i." X a r.u. uuui eaoagir or 'C7rr - -- eaie.fr t- tfrrgTirn "1 ohuiubu - SUBSCBHStliisaj A. n Six Months Advertising rate Bade known on appllc. tlon. 12.60 ... 1.00 .50 AiiaieM juj aaifliwiii luou to 8 oZ THB BE0AD sui Late city, uu&7 . -TL j V-t &mi8t.'&w'&Win& Mtgfc ryif U :- M fceatrftutes a num lL j rr- " irir.-rrr 'urt 'lMrteMKHiMiMik MABGA E SANDS. CROWDS LOND THAT GATHER AT CONEY ISLAlpL Taa-Coekaey Tiara la All Xlt X"J "WPWaaiiieart Are WMffi&l Thare Abb- Cautliu V,nJ . . U .fri am Tsrrtrr mv HjiB jPenbay cons 5SK1I1 1 ond of her papers ' on "London at Play" to the Cen tury. Thl3artlcle la devoted to Margate, andJoseph Bennett; the -au- elally when e upos Ithi ccfe hilarious at others, bis excursion is let 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 October 1897

--- - -" run mT"TTffl1llT 8ROAD CJTQPJmaWdrfE THROWS P BEJ U DJSpTpMkAVIN D. . . . i - mrr w . ffl Dr. J. CrtM n75vn(tjm k" iinlr UnW'IIadbutKa HsX1nuUi 1 Tr- M.iv f - i -ffiv lUVv r3' aa SS55354 riSBR. S Cfcre Hit PatleaUSSK-r- " PfatSt. Joha,KtE4ACV TV IJRlHams' Pinkwyfllftv U wSflHAtrflBCsMk. . m. MIC r T TJl u From-the Caj Hearing that D: Kansas, had nsed m his practice sorter called upo: TegardtBg-the natter, Your reporter found the doctor a very fileasanfcsahP&abSa mareof BrDbafelrfAftr Ava rfm&n Wll wnfn mwV"MM...J nth his manner, as it -was kindly andigJUIJ tilled, n hen -we oroacnea the subject of nr caUfBefclIniri3haaSwWcJlt:Mef Under the,fBacS76;.-SlU 8ritr QV17.k. and proceeded to give as the following for inblicaHoar "Mr attention hadieen called to Dr. zzzzmxZrSStt O0V- J ! mm v rreauy beneniea or en lie. I dete: 7".'iiwa cireWcCBreiJLi . rminea 10. nre sMta JR xrtM. l3mttrfr " p1"?!? ttWIFHIW met: pnrBsg-yenM toWeefeftoto tfeetil DBWUS&a...

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