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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 June 1898

A5THMA'S PROGRESS. From Cold to Cure. No relief in other remedies. There are aay medlcfaes that palliate asthma. There are lew that do more thaa relieve for a time the oppressed brestaiatr ef the sufferer. There are lew diseases jnore troublesome sad more irritaticr than asthma. It Interferes alike with business -and "with pleasure. It prevents enjoyment of the day and makes the night a terror. A remedy for asthma woald be hilled by thousands as the greatest posiU We boon that could be offered them. There U a remedy lor asthma. Dr. J. C Ayers Cherry. Pectoral has cured hundreds of esses of this disease, and testimonials to Its efficacy from those who hare "tried the remedy are multiplying- with erery year. The cases presented in the testimonials that follow, may be taken as exemplifying the quiet and radical action of this treat remedy. About a year ago, I caught a bad cold which resulted In asthraa so severe that I was threatened with suffocation whenever I attempted to lie aown on...

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. — 4 June 1898

w fe r IS r Q K f' bULOmmfOmA CHAMP CLAWK OH THE oocmntYmoc Ik Jfce JfrrrrT-ir o the lomL zTxrraMe catswttfc Hie eadotrr cm tie cobs- m lire is kktorr.attl sfuSed ifttiteauSs tiaoe tie stars of a be iamottal- orer UaJaifc. we witt le sid of tfee TW smbi oojecitoa to uk 21 Mists kM ietrimtsUl to wnrs foptrs ssW ssWHraiu tie diSnskm. try mm Cmhcnh TrMtorXmett, fsm MMMCI fnbtWov Ose of tie Terr greatest of pnac&erj ssjs, "We we Most eaacste, 0f we wamst ferkk' TbomJ Jef - tie satGeten bokmoB, de- tiust&e would rather lire in s Mfctrr with aewppere bat vkict a. forernaient titan in a eowrrwitba goremment bnt with t Bevxpapen. Henry IV, as the lsk water Mark of the prosperity of this people, expressed the hope tiutererj faatilj in France might Wcoie efficiently well to do to lunre seat for its Christmas din- oc If I had one wish, and onlr one, that coald be granted, forthehap- pseas of the American people and tie perpetuity of the HepnbHc, it woaJd be that every American roter si...

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. — 11 June 1898

- 1- " Lt tW ttll Kthv fiaf -H, lamp uf liberty will oon-' throe to fcern in all men 4 No one is deserving of f liberty who is unwilling until there shall no longer 4 -fe'Vaj to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. w vuuv hUM u men are T, created free and equal.-Pkk, Hew to the Line. A fev aafi9c) Jf? jcs" .,'&&' t Vol. HE KSfKn 63ociATl&i" OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Culp, A. U4U. D. XXXI. THK HXGIO AND THK BBMOCXATIC PJUWT. Shortly after the inauguration of Franklin Pierce as President of the Uaited States Stephen A. Bouglas shocked the entire conn try "by delivering his great speech in favor of repealing the Missouri compromise measure which was finally repealed on the 30h of May, 1854, after a very long and ex citing debate in both the upper and the lower house. Thousands and thousands of Democrats were very bitterly opposed to the repealing of the acrf 1820. They declared and -maint...

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. — 11 June 1898

-u r-sr-,2 &: !& THE BBOAB AX. FUBLUSED WKKLY. HTM piuasalgata Ml UaML tHaeswfheM M Me prtsetffes f Dwiwiy. bt tarae, , KttfMS T UtBOr. I- , krteett, eras? ' Mr, tea a their M IIBIIT H f tlfOTrfblllty HI Tfc BMi Axs m newspaper whet plat- term Is stead esMfk fcf aB. ever etalBsSs tk etartel rfckt to speak Its ewi sate. Xeeej emuaatoM via ten attestlea; write ealy a e alee ef the papes. gUBSCKIPXIOX: Oh Tear. .....; 12.88 Kx Heaths .. L89 Three Moaths M AdrertUIac ntei satse fcaowa en applica tion Address all coauBBaleatfeBs to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. JUSTUS B TAYLOE..PafeUker and Mite. Watered at PectoSsee aa seeead-class Matter. When a "woman is always in a hurry she generally has a husband who doesn't hurry at all It begins to look as it the sea-serpent story oa the Atlantic coast -would hare a hard time of it this summer. An indulgent wife creates a tyrant husband, and she then turns around and blames him for being that way. There are many thi...

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. — 11 June 1898

cold In tte arctkstitrWss." "Ts," . piled tie eacplerer, ?bat yea oagat to lave beea 1b we ttt tfae places wkers ifcrturei" WssMsjrstv , -J?e It Is Ite trse that the proper don of death Yrem malaria as aa Is mediate casse Is proportionally ssaQ, yet pnysIc&Bs are thorogaly coa Vinced that It causes aialadka ef a fatal character, and besets dangerous gerrous prcstratloa. This malady Is eradicated and prevented by Hostet ters Stomach Bitters. "How do yon like yonr new valet?' -Couldn't keep Urn; he had more style than I have." Was with. Spate. As war with Spain has broken ont tie officials seem to think that all that will be needed Is warships, tor pedo boats and other instruments oC destruction. But really what will be seeded more than anything else Is a good supply of "5 DROPS" (manufac tured by the Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co, 167 Dearborn street. Chicago HL),. ,to knock out the Rheumatism which Is rare to grip our soldiers and sailors In the miasmatic climate of Cuba and the sur...

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. — 11 June 1898

9' X - MMaiatitUaBMiMMMatfMiiSM ?' Bmsmesil " '" ' '" " WAR .PREJUDICE. . Tfce Mgro ritisaa It fMBfliw iritk may poeeiMe jktm of 1h wUatioaoa account of, prejudice, and tctwe of anaroidable coa iitioM, be fee become iaared to a pkikwopkical endurance of things aot calculated to increase his sense of freedoaa or improve his ideas of wtakoed aad constitutional rights. Bat the war now in progress has opaaed ap a sew cesspool of fetid prejudice which eren. the patient negro finds hard to bear. That spirit of loyalty which leads the Mgro to enthusiastically cast his life into the war balance, for the coaatry'a defense and honor, is jut as manly and noble as the spirit actuating any other citizen, and in the height of his loyal enthusiasm it is a most stinging humiliation to be reminded that his complexion pre cludes hiaa horn the honors of war, sad makes him an object of special consideration and special legislation at least for the present. The black regulars who have gone to the iront ...

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. — 18 June 1898

; toy li')'i.'-,.-'t)jiVt . ,, ww-Jm,,. .r ,m, Viry w - f- jj--1W 'J ' -- 1 f M QUI w W . Let o all hona that, tin. ltap of liberty -will con tinue to burn in all man No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. I 1 tintil there ghall no longer oe s clouds tnt ail men are created free and equal.-Fltk, - Hew to the Line. 1 Yol.UI. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 18, 18 98. 1 No. 43 rcKarmnaiSMtcf olifJr'X 4fcXAt aWj".i iir WWWI lutl " r , - WHO OR WHAT RULES US. "The eril tlut mm do lives after then." It pleased tbe Coafeder ates aid. the Democrats of tbe aortk early in the gnat war to see sosm old managers of, the old federal Whig ! party coaae. forth bam. their graYe to elyly instil the reaosa f old federalism into the taeayoaag, ardeat, raw Bepabli car party, a party, that was thoroughly deeaooratic in all its doctrines and impulses having no platform bat "no more slaTe states; no more slate territory;...

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. — 18 June 1898

t.T -T -? ifc x u THE BEOAD AX. FUBLISHXD HWEKLT. km pnaalfate aa at aH times apfeold tka tree prtacteles at Democracy, bnt raraaw, Cttbeites. gwteittiK Ka4ats of lAber, la Mete, Hermes, BepnbHeant, Prteat, cr aay mm -etas aan( tfcelr say. so teas u their iMCwce te preasr aaAreapoailblllty U axefl. The Bree Ax la ; aewipaptr xrhoee pkt fera to bread eaoagB Car all, erer dalals thseAtertol ritjBt trapes Its own alas. JjeeaLeeaaaataitleaa will bare attention; write only en oae aide of tie paper. SUBSCRIPTION: OaeTear 2-W Sx Months... 1-09 Three Moatha . JBO AdertUlng rates made known or applies tloa. Address all communications to TTTR BEOAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. JUNIUS B". TAYLOCPabUaher and Editor. Bateredat PoatoBce aa ecead-dasa matter. Spain's ultimate conclusion Is likely "to fae that Columbus -mado a great mis take. We Judge from the voluminous talfe of the rainy-day club that, It never rains but It pours. The safety of the battleship Texas demands that 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. — 18 June 1898

DEBS COLOWVOR KANSAS. Social Sneemrru Ibte M jriest perisaesrtSfcaTh&tStsrte, The Social Democracy ku innir tcoira taat &asa, is tatTstateta to esrcSi- a operative cestmea trealth after tbo Meaof Engeae Debs. The plan coatemplatec the purchase sf a. large tract elm& la the western part of tfie'atalV Attcka.of Incorpor ation have been filed "with ta secre tary of state at Tbpeka, and it Is the understanding that before the middle of the summer the. first coroalsts will be sent Into the state. The difficulty will be In the selection from the thou sands "whoTvant to try the experiment It Is stated by the leaders in the move ment that Kansas was chosen "hmiu. there the courts are more sympathetic toward the Idea than elsewhere and It Trill be easier to secure favorable leg elation In that state than In any oth er." In order to prevent the collective own ership of the land being dissipated, tin Stock IS tO be sold in Inrltirln.i. but all the 'Stock will be held by trus tees w...

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. — 18 June 1898

:wmn?r r3-S.rsjA.?tt-Jtc&. '? V . M'V --cr -4i ir - - - - t ' . - E l f CONORI96MAN JOHN F. SHAFROTH.; Ok Tfcimkj, May X, 1806, Jofal F.Skafrotkof Colondode. Km .MifMtk-wtitkd ffi." ,Cw- i. N& li sfeack Mfhtteto tmcL iy -ill who are offOMi to the wtaUiilMtet o tU auafk goM rtwliri, titroaghoat tlw irorH. We wfll f vote ike 'Wt of kk ontioa for tke it of or frieaai ud readers: TOTUM 07 TH BXLYIB. QUMTXOW. lit, &mimta, tkose -wko claim tkat tke battle for free coinage of fa kM beem fof kt and tat, and tkt H wSl xerer be tke leading is mc sfaim, do sot realise wkat most jet ke doke, asd kow slowly in ac eoesjBAwt in order to establiak tke goid sUfid&nL Hie next step to be take by tke gold" standard powers .will be to treat "all silver sad sUtw certilcatea as credit wuuy redeemable is. gold. The secretary of tke .treasury has al ready aBBOBsced that ke will directly redeem the sHrer in gold -wkeB is kk jadgsent there is any Beoeesfty for so doing. After that policy firml...

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. — 25 June 1898

'-1.V .- ; v "5 4 &2 -'.-" '1 rvsgae X . Let us all hoDe that the lamp of liberty will con- j i If o one is deterving of i iiDeny who is unwilling f to grant others all the f privileges he claims and until there shall no loneer Be' a doubt that all men are , i created free and equal.-Pkta, exercises ior nimseii. Socrates. 3 Hew to the Line. 1 Vol. HI. SALT LAKE. ClTY, UTAH, JUNE 25, 1393. s No. 44: 1fe. (SiQ JIaL- -PSfiS" ' ' ,rSrMimt& jjjji jliggsggE jsj-' 1sAztseMSBMmamjL" mmMwm ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. CvJp, A. M., M. D. XXXII. THS NEGRO AN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Ex-President Martin Y&n Boren was very much displeased with the nomination and election of James Buchanan. He maintained that Chief Justice R. B. Taney and Mr. Buchanan liad been raised to poweJby the Democratic party, hut they had become attached to it late in life "with opinions formed and matured in an antagonistic school' Both had come from the fede...

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. — 25 June 1898

-3f "" T . ..ji Jfe 2 fc I ! i !!' v It ' f rs 3HE03BOAI) AX Oatnettet. retMturt.XgMs fcaer, In wwb. TliipiiiKtinin Pxtean. eraar e&a teve tbr sari's leer aataefe i te WWflM WHMJWHTW ne. Te Bread Ax to a aewspepsr whete atet- . '. tarm to twee efc fee Ait, erer cUlmlag . Ifce eettariia rfckt t K era 4 Leesl eessBna&atieaa win Iwts atteetlea; '.write vely 6B mc Me et tee lwper. gUBBCRIFTION: Om Tear 2.W Rr Xestae LM 'Hme Months...... .. J AdrertUInc rates sa4e kaowa ea applies ttoa. AMkm all ceaunaleattoM to THE BROAD AX, f 710 101a Street, Salt Late City. Utah. "" " JTO.IUS F. TAXLOK..PaBUeaer sad Baiter. "'Batered at Pofftoflce at seee&fl-cUas.satter. Wfeeo. a "woman readies the age ' where see issot -worth. looking at she to eld enough to be worth "listening to. - There are nameroas hair tonics on the market, bat nothing will stop some sen's hair from coming eat except -neata or dlTorce. ' The srarprlse created by the fact that an editor of a yellow journal had gone er...

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. — 25 June 1898

THE ABUTS DlIiiiYgJ -T! ARB QOOD REASONS r?OR IT 4 AH CmUIIcktVA Tbe rMyMettlBT off the troef to HobU& ifl fey tee laa&Ilty to se cure w-pflies AHd eqnlpmeate. T&e eootractocs -who are aide to famish these tsicgs are working day aad might and are dolag Taebly. The qaallty sis welljw the qm&atity of the goods they ere taming out is considered- extraor dinary, but a peculiar character of equlpbae&t te seeded for a climate like Manila, aad toe fzesideat -will sot let the troops go mati! they are fully pro Tided -with everything that may be necessary for their health and safety. The volunteers from the -western states are not u "well off for uniforms arms and ammunition. It is believed, how ever, that the first expedition -will be able to get off within, the next day or two. Others -will follow as fast as the volunteers can be mustered in and equipped. The criticisms of the delay In the movement of troops toward Cuba Is ilue to an IgHoraccejof the poverty of our army...

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. — 25 June 1898

-?" a. .1 V - ' - ; -' --' 9 M r I -e- N ' r -J1 ' ir i joHmbirs.toHboL history " DCTHE WBGrtORACE v Hi AMERICA, If i Wre nearst! tie abore em titled 'book wuck ttm write Tj Khwi'JL Jolso, LL. B., pria aiptlof ike Wsklgk school tflfffc, N. C It coBtusa a tfcortaketch oi ike aegro race in Asserioa from 1619 to 1890, asd with t iBtroisctkm m to tie erigm sf the race. We will re proeUsecthe idea which Mr. Jbhs im set forth is his work pertain tag tar the corse of Noah: "MK CUM OF JCOAH WAS NOT BIYINX. "TheieilowiBg passage o Scrip tmxeka bees, much quoted as an araiKeat to prore the inferiority of the seero race. Hie devil can. ' Bo4e Scripture, but not always correctly. 'And Noah, began to be a.haBhandBsaa, asd he planted a TineVard: and he drank of the wine, and was drunken and was uncov ered in his tent, and Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the naked ness of bis father, and told his two brethren without, and Shem and Japheth took a garment and 'kid it upon both their shoulders, and we...

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. — 2 July 1898

i'J ! - f -.', JHS.-Ja-rfiVJBtJ V t -s-Vif- ..-, v, Ltfrug all hops that the j " ' v lamp of liberty will con-1 ' '-. No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. r -. . i. " - . - u"" - UiCU rT.mm T hnm in 11 .,,. " A xmiiLtnere gbali no longer rA tt f3su.K4 AT- A- 1 1 j(JL i i w uuxiui; ui&b aix oiea are b created tree and equal-Fliti; J Socrates. TrUWWfc, -l 1 KLew to the Line. :il m Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 2, 1898. No. 45 r .T itii -v.- T d "' KE&M ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. i Of the Pt and the Future of the : America Negro, by D. W. Cvlp, '&? Js.f Si. D. XXXIII. AHD THE DEMOCRATIC ?Awr. TK 1TKGKO I -lli aB I A H I Oa tke 23d of Kay, 1860, the ', Democratic aational convention j.met in the city of Charleston S.C., -'Hid after a long and very hitter . straggle Stephen A. Douglas re ceived the nomination for President of the United States. But his nomination was Tery dkpleasing to sosa...

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. — 2 July 1898

- -, ry-a 5 i - ira. i-f- ' laf' fc-'. Ca r m 9 K Rft' t If.: Is Y i. : THE BBOAD AX -' TWUMHXD TTOaTKLY. aadata r t 1 C LOW, M-. 'PrUett. eras i alee iki'km thatrsar, m lea aaifcate j Is pfaoar and reeoesjatM vty to waaa. The Mil Xz m a nwyinf waeee Hat gem I Weed Mt far aM. ewe HihsJag aha aoHailal rtgai W aoaafc Hi own aiaC itfeawttt save aHaatBM; leCtfcapapar. MTMCftlFlSOK: ,.k . ooooooooeroooooooaoooe)Oo WV ioaYear, TatMC JCMMoSaaoooooooaoooooooooooooo eV 3 AvTrtMHHr FalcM SMtft oQWB 'asPAaw - Me. THE SK0A2 AX, ,.-- 7M Kate Street, r . Salt Lake CKr. Utah. V JU2JUSB.rAXLO..FtHa-a4t. 'afctterai atTaetoaUe as Bacond-daae asatter. - r H 1r a natteawithcat a navy "we aem to have a good many BQaadroas ' ared la different parts et tie world. Sagasia says "there are plenty ot killed gunners 'la Manila." If he, re- nto the Spanish gunners he dobt- kllled. IttsJastaswelltocearinHriaathat thfat country has enjoyed tolerably -aredheatta jOnce It began to ioUow DtvHeatree'a treatment. Way ...

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. — 2 July 1898

HbW.mit.f8F CAME. IrmCeis fMll Km7MRSMWiK ,eau TfctlBBS, "" "- M the MtttlfHH. K.W wen- ?"72rfc"??!r.j fill aad he iw Mnl tc voric The he Htm .today Is "1 tried mm etoetoc after aim tain BBawaR meale saggaBfa by sr frieads, betwkaoat apparent bemefe. aaA " te five wasps, Tfeea I saw Dr. WU liasas' Pink rails far Pale PeepteexioBed a ecxesJa per, aad af ter iavestiga tioa decided t Kire them a mai. "Afteraelar the tot box! CcrfreetoAlH.,, reedSd was satisfied that the pills were pattiagaae on the road to Tecovery. I boagat two more boxes asd coatinaed taking thess. "Altar taHaef oar boxes of Dr. WHliajaa PinkTllk f orfale Peorie I am reetored to pood health. I feel like a -new aaaa, aad having the Till aad eaergy of my former days retaraed, I am capable of traaaactisg lay feasiaaes with iacreased amhlUoa. !Dr. WnUasu' Piak Pflls for FalePeople are a wosderf al Baedidae aad aayoae that i afflicted -with hortaeei of breath, palpi. tatlea of the heart, aerroaa prestratioa aad general de...

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. — 2 July 1898

-SfHsr- a e i J V J-, .! T CHIPS. '.'f. A. Hjuomkb of JC sb fef kffaigikg around tie streets , XWmite, oe of the leading r oc ML Heaant, is stop- at tue waiter .Uoase. Mr. looking after Ike legal of Georre F. Brooks ot titi eity. CsX.. C H. J. Taylor says in' Imc Appeal that "the veil informed washers of the race "who declines in fly for a negro paper which is always ighting his battles -would sot moke good bait even, for a skunk trap' Tbb Washington .Post has said that this is a white man's govern isemt, and the Colored American jajBps rif ht square on its back and ays the Post should use a better grade of liquor or quit drinking altogether. John R. Waixis, late editor and publisher of the Randolph Round Up, has finally launched his new paper the "Washington County News', "which. 'is crisp and bright. Hie Broad Ax wishes the Uews aad its big .hearted editor the great art success. Barbers, porters and hotel wait ers constitute the social elect of aott of- our larger cities? The "ope...

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. — 9 July 1898

: - 44t,v-V-ve "4 " " -iX rTrr-rr lamp of liberty will con- J No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. tiuue uj Durn in an men until there shall no longer oe aaouot that all men are created frwfl nrl avmal Hii. - . "' a Socrates. . J fe Hew to te Line. Vol. III. SALT .LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 9, 1898. No. 46 . k.'n - v .vmf Infer ! -rb mlfevC -. LKJ2A3mrmW&( V j ' iiy THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Ojf July lit, 2nd and 3rd,one of the hardest fought battles in the history of modern warfare was fought at the above aentioned jlace aad although, the Americans loct a great ttany men they suc ceeded, however, ia driving the Spaakh troops from their fortifi catioas into the city of Santiago. It appears that the Twenty focrih regiment, the Sixteenth and the Sixth sustained the greatest loss of officers and sea. The Twenty-Eoarth, which be longs to Port Deaglas, and which is competed of aegroet, covered itself ...

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. — 9 July 1898

T" , JLS,iTF B"r .TJ " t ' THE BKOAD AX. PTJBLISBID WBKLI. ,u4itdti(fvkUtM e Pieaoeraar, tat fanMM. , KafeMs c Labor, Is aac. Fateeto, eras M Jst at tkaTa-taaJr M7. leC tk liHTitTi It i" " r a - The Brett ax Is a aemaaper wfcese stet lem la bread aaaac for aH. erec ctetalaa Ike Serial Heat to apeak Its ewa atlas. ITeeel eesHaicateas-sTia bare atlesUea; write elr oae atae eg tae papa. SDBSCKIFnON: ' Oae Tear...... t $18 8tx Uestlte tW Taree Moats AdrertialBC rates made kaowa oa applies- AMreae an cosaauBteatlosa to THE BSOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utaa. ITCIUB-ir. TAYLOR. .FoBllaker and Editor. Batered atPoetotaes-aa aecoad-claw Barter. ' The firo -which destroyed the church of the late Her. Charles H. Spttrgeoa ia-London could not touch the ytart the great preacher did there, nor cause Tils words, whlch'weat forth to the ends of the world, to fall to the groend. These are among the things that re- Tie ontlook for the summer girl of 1898 Is gloomy. An exodus of men has ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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