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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 8 April 1899

TALKS WITH WOMEN OF MIDDLE AOE 13toArfartfeetra-tf8h, ItfcacHtfeaiperioC" Jf Axfedio8BoM6ftkediaf8rwyoaryl- cal coditfom'jooi. The fcperienc is a woaderfti o and iraderome ctrcttawtaaces ftillof meaace. Mrs. Ksi ham, of Lynn, 3lM.,wai gve yrm her advice withoat ckarge. anenas aone so macs ior 'women, sorely you can trust fcer. Read tUs letter from Mrs. M. C. Gwf itno, of Georgeville. Mo. : C "IDear Mrs. Pinkham: 1W doctor called my trouble ulcera tion of womb and change of life. I was troubled with nrofhsft flow. ing and became very weak.. When I wrote to you: I was dowm In bed, had not sat up ior sis months; was under a doctor's treatment all the time, but it did me -no good. I had almost given up in despair, but your Vegetable Compound has made me feel like a new woman. I cannot thank you enough. I would advise any "woman who is afflicted as I have been to write to Mrs. Pmkham, at Lynn. Mass., and get her ad vice' and be cored as I have "been." Mrs. F. H. Allen, 419 Ne-I braska Av...

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 April 1899

r to Mr. Kin, tkt Star "It U wmtwlitt i)(HiikMt OR.TIQISINQ 1RYAN. kMt Lake Hwaltl calk tit ptttttai lo a WMhiMMtoH Stir in Vwrttw wltk exK?imttUtlva Kiftg &f Uttk, wkwii tkfti jrtH. ttiBUft wttfavuraVly erlttokaa Wim, J, Ifft &euw Iw retaMd to U 11m Ufftkl wlwly froom Mr.sUf ferktl XWU)H1 iffl) ft mm wf , m kluHAftUUH, agiet wHk tkt uwaw Now, Wit tMt trtvuwl an i.tUtuk toward. tkU mftUftr xeUy contrary to tkat MtyWl Uy Wv J, Urjruu" It may tppew tliRt y to the Slur, k w$ w to tkoae In Utah tio are faktlUr vritU Atw Kiu&'a iellar Ut nf toiiiutttMi wklch kavc itovf- wort pronounced ataec v?"0f Ctevtlaiul iMaeovtml kiw twit mforettl k federal jmlgtakty hoh kin Kvr kinw tkH tk iHWtkk kAl ItNlbWH growing Wt t)w quality oE tke gray matter kftft m notably iraimiYtilt At mMkt kow&Yr cannot He mk for kr fenwn ut vault lite awtUlug t tkat rttcNar vtrt of tk iwto&Vk mutum Km continut- taMilY, otha.t now a tke lUrakt y "it only remits uokr itrtttU of ttMgiuMfoH tor Mm to WA...

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 April 1899

--A. - '-' $: -. M V T.J- na .11 Vinrvm T, "ko. uw us u axvjo hum iuo limn tif liherirr arill ma. i Nooneiedeterrinr of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. tinue to barn in nil men until tberegiull ao longer be a doubt thatxll men are nrrrf nrt fi ati nl &nvl Hill wumuu u. w cuxu. Quiuuti twm .. rnii" nwiir wif HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITYi UTAH, APRIL 15, 1899 No. 34 f SocraUs. 1 THOMAS JEFFERSON. Totmbay, April 18tn, was tke birtnday of tkat great evangelist of Democracy' Tnoaaas Jefferson. Erery scaeolaoy tkroagkoat tak broad lane1 is fariliar irith the date wnen ne frst saw the light of day awl are equally familiar nrith tke day upon wkiek ke ceased to breathe tke breath of life. Ho other character in American history is worthier of osr serious thoaghts or highest consideration than tke sage of Monticdlo. It k tree no prodigious pheno menon occurred to disturb tke eleaaeuts on tke day of his b...

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 April 1899

. i i & M THE BROAD AX. PtftK4WM WMMM-V. WtttiWMwW aad rtt U Urn vcfcetdtae uvmerracr, nt nir, bliMna. Srl(t. or but Mr r mU rrsuufitlbllliy Usxd. mwmAx U a - seeer wbm ltfn rmw tor U, aver MmluK the t- rwm BBJBmmamlamm(tB aaaaUI . te M jMWW.tfcrtrwr, t HMW Ma J t4tAr TIN rb1mi1ob wm have stlcutlan: ) M(y wh am of IM Mr ffvmoxirrMiMi. aIr'"" ' rt.''f'-M ,tSm MHikt.. ....."' w AMrwal rates M4 ksown m Sfallcsttea, AllfHi HJ MBiKUnkatluftn tTKR BROAD AXTWSatn Mtreui, Mali Lake CHy, Utah. XrWrm , I AT I.;, ameer rMvaeeef, prepared far avata, says my. Oae evening, m oh Catered at loucf m Kaond-claw atsttar. Ham scriptural tart mftm aa a ntf t for a km;t,by dleepurM, ,!Wmaion know morejtban they tell, .tat took alway. tell arj than they -& Tt'ft lame rnert who neveferget they ar ffMtUmeu fall to remember tint there art other. " 'WU'ttiit give color tosw' theugfats naturally put them la a krawa itudy. . Wiy o threaten to feed Filipino rtara on army beef; that will 1b W the rebellio...

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 April 1899

- 7nakJ.Cfcfieyafce eat that ae Sa tie setter psrtaer tae list ex T. J. Owuf Ca ) (mlKH la ike City ac Tela, Coast ' HAStKMafenwliLjBAttetnMSmirlUMr the teas et OKXKUKDSKD DOdiARS eaeaaadeTerycaae s( CMMkUuiraMti tared toy tte use eX Ball's Catarrh Care. VKAKK J. CHEXEY. Sworn to before and sabaerfbed ! tn 7 km Mi tato U day ot Deceaseer. A. IX w S5ULI.) A.W.OLXASOX, f WetaryPaBHe, BeU'i Catarrh Care Utafcea teteraaUy, aaa eta directly oa the blood and raueoaa aeriaeoa etfceaytesa. SenairoTtesttssealaU,rree. Sold yJDralsta.-;se. aUa FhMlIj Pilla are the r.w. jL&n. z e ij., UTOeao, ub tot SaB&ay Cos trcti ItwfaL Contracts saade on Sunday may be enforced in Minnesota, according to a decision of the supreme court ot that tats. peso's Cora for Consumption it the oarr eouga medicine used In ray honse. D C Albright, Kifflinbnrg, Pa., Dea 11, VS. ' A wide spreading, hopeful disposition is your only truly umbrella in this rale of tears. altBlKCpWBPBBsVMBEP sfi'i a1 ff " 'Visa , , BS...

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 April 1899

4 -- VI m M REtt. t ,iM jLJ I I JMm'BPraU WORQS OF ADVICE. We wit to address a few Te asers to tic cowardly JHgrOjilM aefro who immi to be made me of saere "riUHt" tkaa msa. We now f raatie, aore or leas, wkea reeejef the press dispatches where iffeanre aad ladastn are "skewed at." and are mm to leave their hoeses aad jMleafisfs oa the most rirokas ffereioatiom. They are made to evoM their haaos to be tied in rder to be dragged to cleats, they are atede to opes, their doors oaly to be shot iowa ia cold blood, they araaaade to tie booms for their ewa ill-fated seeks and made to provide boxes, etc, to get on and to leap eft into eternity and hare bis body riddled with ballets, this aad more he does, dissenting noth iar nor offering -the least resistance -he is indeed as a sheep led to the ilaafhtsr, he k damb he openeth aot his month. Is it that the aegre is afraid of dying, is it that he fears the law or is it that he yet hetiero in martyrdom? We are -mimed to the latter. We ad- ' dr...

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 April 1899

r i " r -tfwj -r Let tw all hop fhat'tlic . nJ V 4 AAA .. .. . lamp of libriy Trill con-1 traue'to bam in H men liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. until there shell no Ionrer be & doubt that all men are- , created free and quaL-Firii, HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 25, 1899 No. 35 i$? xs -s -V--- . . . , la iJTJt II f v iTfe -2"c) .JPU: .5?wr' I" .w4'iV H Ir- lEtftV grj ... m -w,vtv. v; vn i b "v i9-ujmm ao w.ri-:. -v. wax - i v, -v a. .-v THE WAR STILL CONTINUES. Within tie past week &e FUipi- do hare smooMdad ia capturiag V number of Awsocaa sailors. aVs far tkeir fate is mkBowiuSowejWat thejr-wfll fee ikBmasly treated by wliat they call the savages who in habit the Pkflippiaes- But all who entertaia. these ideas fail, to take into coottderatioa the fact that the Americas soldiers hare oa many occasions go&e out of their ay for the purpose of subjecting the Filipinos, their 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. — 25 April 1899

--." ' s-s M , 3 N"- It l . . m i-im IT t1 sr li & J. t THE BROAD AX. HMIIMII W2CKLT. OmyaouritaW Ml at all ll epsaM the tte apjoilalau or Deatorraey. Trot farmers. iwracy. out larmejs, icu!hu or Labor, ma ,4Mb. Huns i rnWgwfrUeana. IVttaU. or ugroac etiesaaawnihlrsy. o lour us tkelrtaa- MM H HfM aBd WpuDttUy U &XML. . T Jatatfl AxUt aa-noaper YiiuieylaUonn fat araaa aeeogh forJlrgr claiming me edi torial lejhl tosoMk tu ova mUnL XmI esauanBleaUeas -will har atttutloa; 'THsealjoaGec side or tee paper SVBSCKirTlOXS. VWI a MrTeeefc ! ..te.M ... i.n TH MMIU Aevsniatac ntH et kadwn oc. apeUcattea. AMNK all eesaBUnleatloaa to THE BBOAD AX,m Mite Street, SJt Lake City, Ctaa. 0oe I A I lvHf nOnOr SAC iiMfM9f M Feetosice m seeead-eUM miter. DTAS NEWS. n Utah & Pacific it aaklay a big: . apart to complete the Use bj Hay L. lYeserfck Garfield Waite, ex-deputy eeaaty attorney of Salt Lake eoanty, ku opened a law office In Mas 114. Tor the theft of as orercoat, John Saaka, ef Salt L...

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 April 1899

- 3HC BAKER'S EE90LTE. NEVstR TO FIGHT QRIZZLIES HAND-TO-HAND. ilfW(MH wtft (MH Oaks That higt Htai a Xchm, Ttot Be Xa4 X PtBUalty la IwUMr Ttxlas fat afta. (Special Letter.) Next to -Kit Carson, Jim Baiter was Seasral Fremont's Boat Trained scout He "was a famous "bear boater, and oa eae occasion lie and a comrade bad a taad-to-b&ad fight frith two jroang srissly hears as large us lull grown dogs. Colonel Inman describe the Hrely coateat In hla book, "The Old Santa Fe Trail." While Baker and his comrade -were setting traps on the head -waters of tho Arkansas, they suddenly met the bears, and Baker remarked: "If we light in and kill the Tarralts with oar knives, it will be a big thing to ten of." They laid aside their rifles and "lit In." Baker attacking one bear and hla comrade the other. The bears raiLsd themselves on their haunches and were ready for the encounter. Baker ran around his bear, trying to get in a blow from behind with bis long knife; but the brute was too quick ...

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 April 1899

" t - ' - vr n IWS s i .- -"i .A? MAKEUP HE BLACK WAN'S BURDEN. iMMHMtMM'll L (Mth1k heat Te ktei' XeJaaMWIMll SeaiteewaJkaaaata TtaUtkrataawtUfK. IdMH the atagarTHaa'a baraea, Ye eEtte beta aad atrong; JUmj aaigataaake right aa ealy IteeeaaevreakraeewTSBg; Waeayea ra aia'taimcM eaaal, Mr ktat the fairest test, Dm "Hasis offiT be Tear Betto JLaa be wJU do the. rest. Take wa- the Seek Maa'a sataea, Decrcearse him laaavaace. Me eamnot lifts, white aaaaateaa . ITttheyt a white mm' change; 3aat mt twa BfcHl aad wefkahep -Ifceai eswrtiag ree& aaa store, Jraeeta aaa ktfeorualeas Xem ateee iaaaetry's doer. the Slack Maa'a hardea. Deateraea aim with his load; Her heap it ap ia eearaea -Byaeejfaad jeera bestowed The aeaghty 'Aagle-Saxaa Wa savage aad &atagat A tteagandyeara at treeeeaa X wmaraaa caaage aaa wreagst. Take -aa the WlaekMaa'a'bardea, Black rasa of every cliaae. What thaaga year eroaa he heavy, . Yearawa bataarkljahiae, Lift high a fraoaisa'a head, Stead with a troemtn'm ...

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 May 1899

ir7 vr - -5" A?; Si-.- ' -i .. , rfe r , - - , yr 1 ." -- . tvii- 9U! -;. --. '" ' . . i V - -v --- "V,4 -- --. -T .-r zrTrr ,? - :-f5-e . .-.---. ? -.- - ,- ' . ffli . - -- - f.S"rWv-- v---, , " , - -ST't -"ST v - 5. ' 'V - 4. ' --V.- v 1' 'tt r LW RST - J - t r-t . ji Wv -ti. tk :- f.w v lamp of liberty Jwill ison-' -. -'-"' ffnru ift Wn "in all. "man -- , -"? No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all tbe. nriTrilacre a nlaiirta anil' L . -. . J-f i lbt: r--t uBjatfcwtiWl no taagtr -' i - r 4ll 5- fft 'W I VA . r.rBw r v.m.. . yiitw a exercises for himselt SocraUs. iAJ . - a.-:, ::'- HEW TO THmiE. VOL.-IV. SAIT LAZE CJITT, 'V$My MAY 2, 189i No. 36 2,stfR,1X--J"3Sv --3-. i. .f -- . . ray ". f i V;". J - " - a -;- jHEf-V- : I.--i-i- t -"v -a.' '. 'ill " t .t .- m. -$: " Aw .rtTr0.S :- ' nSb.""1' yffe V JB LAWLESSNESS IN THE SOUTH. Thi oatngtft wUek kre t carred ia Giewia reoeatly ave Horrified awl ahecked the ftaer BeasisilitMs C tke-peefleresidiag in all P...

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 May 1899

rV' r - r v Sf. THE BROAD AX. cur. ail Uaws M ike . Ktaa T Laker. laa t-ratw. or y aae ibWtv !- IA is a wintt wa-eac slaHena akfarMLeTCfctefaBlatf te ed- ( V apeak its salad, HBltMlai WlM aave - i ( Mdy w m aM r Mm ytjwr aUCeUCTleMtS. UM AWWMMB TwiMI kaowa an ippMeatlon t MijM l W aillUlm W THt aaoAD -liejB Maw Street, Sk Lake CUy, Utah. JWJW F. TAYLML UN mt PaUMwr. i FeeteOee m mriotnl saw umr. UTAH NEWS. x Tin aatria; of ta m ef 'Harry Says y the Beard e aaraiea ku fee aosipeasd aatn Hay . TIm DUk r PacUe ass eaa Vsageat talrty-irci talles leaf, aad there- arc feat tire cmrre ia sixty mil. Herae-tklera kaTe feeea eperatisg la Sprlagrille recently, Albert Starr los laf a blooded mare oae aiffkt laat week. Tae eoaatry la the Ticlntty of White Hirer kaa beea stocked with quail, aad a ta a fe w years this sectioa will be the aaatara' paradise, Tke state auditor is kaTla aewbooks asadeisrtke transfer of braads aad marks. The law reqalres that tke en tire list of these shall be recorded...

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 May 1899

4 r i -, V ,- - ' - -' 7$ , ,v f MBiuPV ajsmwmwmwaBBak, Ba VJT rGr awfgi'llmm t- tsaamat jBSSKlP'llHSrallH Public opinion is never far wrong You cin cheat it for a time, but only for a time. The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years. They are pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but what they are able to do which carries them through the years. AYRS Sarsapctrilla (whkli mk StmpsrilU fia-ow) has never f cpmmcnded itself to do what it knew of itself it could ncrt do. It has never been known as a cure-all in order to catch all. For ialf a century it has been the one true, safe blood punier, made in the best way out of the best ingredients. Thousands of families arc using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled "by no other mediciae. : Is die best any; too good) for Sy CAMPY 45THAHn B fftSiL-HiWanwsws. mwL, mmwmmwmBsmlBABmswmmwflBmwamr you? Which do-you like Ixst-jptcasV lils oroctor-bills? ...

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 May 1899

1 f - i V ,: a P r- s? i- G r3 swaaetiBSm fauawBal BBaBBBTKaw b . at n ii bi iieggsaaeneB - SHALL TttB SOUTH BCYBN 0V8R TO OUTLAWRY? It wtrntt nm that it is aboat itMttUi oaesffoB vm ooneemiivr, hewbate eeaatrr. It'-weeidBB- fMK&Mt tiM frapeat ljMhlftfC ML -she seath that this dishftiiasl ham Wewew -wBreeiwaem) WWV waWSW VifWWVVM VWBM aBessssB'BBSBBi' ltfMMftlHttAMlL BBaBnaalVtB1 Tbe soetberk Brestj the aalBtt, tin eeween of the kw sad thegeTer mm all assiseta the.. Bet aebedy is erer aaaushed for the cristas. They are always cos- - settled byaarties aakaowa to the jary Pereae soese of the lyach an eoeseeee ue jery. Pablic ooa sciease will ere loa wake ap aad dssaaad sUcerky apoa the part of these oBptsls aad aatUlyachers. The Babbie will set always beltere that these lyaeherscaaaot be fowad Tae pi ate very oftaa. gives sech astaate deseriatioas of the lyacaiags aad lyaehed tkat it saakee it isaaoe stele far tin i to kaow so aiech witk- et kaowiafsome o tie parties or geUiaf tke...

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 May 1899

-. "Sr V' r i. Let us all hope that the j lamp of liberty toii con- J tinue to burn in all men 1 until there shall no longer j Be a doubt that all men are created free and eqn&L-ftk, 5 lioua&isucserviijg oi XT 3 f liberty who is unwilling feVft i 10 grant otners an ine privileges ne claims ana exercises for himself. : HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITT, UTAH, MAY 9, 1899 No. 37 i ? -"5 . "w. -a,-a JSx- .tc& tfr ' f Socrates. THE RELKUON. The doctrUe of Christ nut con trol this- world, or else mankind vill relapse into despotism nd slarery. What k that doctrine? He hiaself has said it, and so did Paul, his chief preacher, "Do as" you wold be done by love thy Eellow as thyself." And Paul said this is all the whole is comprised in this "Love thy fellow man as thyself." "No baptism, no cere mony, no other, dogma "What shall I do to be saved?" "Sell all and give to the poor." That is all. For if more was required later it was a base fraud tra the young man that was told...

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 May 1899

. ' K- V t & t?3f- Ilk -?. p IS If; - THE BBOAB AX. aad at all UflMa wkeJdUt trae yilasjiilau or Democracy, bat termers, Cethlillst. ftotertanu. Xalckta of Labor. Infl- i mi. mm mi. aegmiaag, kmb. orMqroat ataeM have their aar. so loaf aa their laa fMM Ib vraeer iod rcioBsIblUtT is Sxed. Tm BroaaAx U a aeirapeper whose -platform k Hold saomh for au. erer claiming lie edl terteJ rich so apeak 1t own mind. Lceal -eeaaroalcatloes will have attention; wrKaoalyeeeae aide of the paper scbsckxttioks. Oae Tear. , 16.00 Six Heaths 1.00 Three Mnatha U Atantstacrasei suae knows ea application. fl ill i r ; all eoBBunleatlons to TEE BEOAB AX, TOKate Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. at PestoBoe as second-class matter. UTAH NEWS. Farmers are already cutting their fcay down in Dixie. Mt Pleasant is to have a new foun dry and -machine shop. A train of twenty-fonr cars of bee! steers was shipped o the eastern mar ket froa Farmington last week. In many localities of Salt Lake connty the recent cold ...

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. — 9 May 1899

if. -ft IN THE PEOZENNOBTH A BISHOP OF TKt ARCTIC REGIONS. HI Diocese TUs Ui tfeo Frlsld Zoae, and He TrmTete TaoBsaads of Mile Nearly raUbf si Labor, la Polar Lanrffc " Right Rev. Peter Trimble Rowe Is the bishop and nead ot the Episcopal diocese ot Alaska. His territory is a rast one, and Involves almorjt constant traveling on sledges. In roVboats and afoot. In the course ot his psreachlng and diocesan duties he haj traveled between 6,000 and 7,000 miles a year regularly since his appointment He Is quite a young man, being only 35 years of age, and prior to his elevation to his present position, three years ago, he was Episcopal rector at Sault Ste! Marie, Mich. Bishop Rowe Is now In the Western states on a brief furlough, and will re turn to his field In May. In a recent Interview he made some very Inter esting statements concerning hfa work. He will cruise among the Aleutian islands during the coming summer, visiting Indian settlements, and in the fall will come down to St Micha...

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. — 9 May 1899

v tNmiSM are some of tke For Xmas FafJUa9 LmUfimbttSi ryL k&aW B Mm mJmPL74rmmS of sack oatbreaka. A5S6CIATWNV Bat a few weeks ago aad uiae ma at ? HBATHBNS PAGE. Hm saoves! groat , dkpttrity ia Kg tor . taot early Cferistka. featlJe Towaa,away,bataeraasaTace. infers Jacobs. QC MBtt VCHMR OC ft MMMIf 00- f arces cm. irral aartamas. tarn ranttace. Caria- -HtjTH bat hi ita gwaA&ar, lathat MWt tiie frock. JPer- aaaaj Sa)0S4A YnnM IHC &aa- jsclaa to tartares that were korrirV- iaaa tke extiomc, at tke haaaa of ear owm f orefatke, bat Cariatoaa ky was aa crude tkea aa ia tkeaays t oNero. BaiaUotkse kamaa to r- tareawerejKtk&retaliatioBa beloBg aagto rater ages, aad akeaki serve Ik aa respect aa examples for tkia ea Sgktenulage ia wkiek we lire, for tkej were aU wmkhmeate amite ia wka tke saints of tketr Creel aa all of them atr kowerer, kkierr does &ot re cord a mere saoddae; aad korrify g erase either amoag karbariaas aad Cartiaa fiaatica tkaa that committed ia Georg...

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. — 16 May 1899

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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. — 16 May 1899

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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