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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 July 1900

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 July 1900

t.':4 .- '-.- " 4. ,--,--'.. 'I - A-- ' V,j t1 sy -o - oc jwnjsr,s" & - Jl iV Fl& V Ir is i-d.-A. ' 3m-BR0AD AX. epa f iyw gf.yjg1.' .! I iitiL, Mw " njirtW wu. Ant Pam cf UkKfe Piipi er'aar MMNMkm their akr-w jMcaf jUwlc aadnaet MMMtMMM. iMadaxfeu mm tar a riefctte ?: ttt wOl bn aM(MM JWLTPBr.TAYXeg.1Hf ndfaMliaar. " '.'Some girls are taDer-made; bat the me who seeks an offer of marriage Is ready-maid. Tie new pension legislation will add SMee pensioners to the rolls, and la Telves an expense of $2,500,000, accord' tag to tfce estimates of the pension eemmlsstouer. A church bell cracked a ringing at tie Tillage of Bchleitheln, aear SoaaShausea, Germany, a. few days ago. "When taken down it -was found to be ef the year 1452. 'Consular' officers are expressly- for-' bidden by regulations to report to priTate Inquirers concerning the 'financial standing er commercial repute of basiaess men oc bouses la their districts. Tie rifle club movement is being taken up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 July 1900

-m . " ' ? Wj' -V " w "jaSLlOFATiJCOUS FAMILY, Tgowmut kMris ia the states VidlwtM aa4-Orefe, alee jralrie tad tlsaher laaes aear-rallroa4 or water coamuttfctiM. that eea be toagiat fcr6 jwaera aa aawarisfc; F1eet dtoaU latlrt TJaHee States. N?iUare of eroje. It yaa wis to raise jrala or the laeet stock oa earth, ye will tad tocaUoas la. tlws two states where yes ass. o this to perfoetioa. Tike yoor' choice. I have ao laas far ailcbHt If yo -mot faaf eraatlem where It Is beet teToeste, eaB atewhea la St Paul or -write ate at eeraer Third aad BeeaBel atresia. St. Paal,- Xlaa. R. . WEXKMAN. Batrays4. Toa aave' sees, a total ecllase of the ran?" artlessly spoke p tie girl la. the yale blue t&feta shirt watet. "What la the seseatioa? Is it aaythlag Uk-e being la a railway tr&Ia wheat It alaages suddenly into a tuHaelT" "Not the least la the worli," replied the girl la the Etoa. Jacket, Mashing vividly the next saomeat. Chicago Tribune. MEDICAL BOOK FREE. "Kbow Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 July 1900

? . v; rz J -j m ife- --1 ,jes . V f The Catered ixiricu aad The Ifrowssa labor aader the iBprecaloa that -See, A. Myers, of derelaad, 0., Jsagreat loafer af "the race, becaase haTTs aMeteaJrora Lather late Seaater JeWk Baaaa's eaoet aad pall his beo- , dlejaeee. Mr. Myers aa aaatt Is a fratelaas barber, bat that does-not .Muse'hlm a leader oC the race by bo -,i,xd3 . . - NOTES OF THE DAY. The coal prodacUoa o the World swaated to 60,000,090 toas for the Tear lsS. g A. striped waistcoat irora Tjy Kobert Bares was sold ia Leadoa the other aayfor3 5e. It is estissated that the somber ot :Genesas aaa their desceadaats Ia the Tailed States Is 15,000.000. j UaderJJritish rule the cotton crop ol Sgyst has doubled, aad aow aaonnts 'ie awr 5W.eW.Wtt aaaae a year. Leadoa has 13,564 policeBaen, ot ilaeteea to the sesare mile. Sixty Jer ceat of them are oa night duty. TheNeV Fosadtaad sealiag seaaoa 3wPeea'he largest far the pest twea-jy-arejrears, 373,000 seal aarias beea eaataredl. BesliaaW ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 July 1900

"" ' f J' c " .aaaL -saaaF Jaaal fHT A r JV''SH SP3siV-H. .aaBBBBsaaJv BBsBsaavbM BBahaBBaa JKl fiBUKBSkQBK w KjK. (b&&3S3- l. bLbw bbbbbbbbbw ' . HEW TO THE LINE. II L -. i ' S VOIi. T CHICAGO, JULY 14, 1900. M HiO. 38. .a OUR TICKET. FOR PRBMDENT. .. -WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF N1BRASKA. FOR "VICE PRESIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS, THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THEEGRO. XXL If all the Afro-Americans and all others could banish from their minds all prejudice and fake Ideas pertaining to Abraham Lincoln, they will observe that President Lincoln 'gave Jefferson Davis and his associates one hundred days to consider whether or not they would acept bis (the President a) pronosltion, which reads as follows, that' if the people residing in the states and parts of states, which were then in rebellion against the United Sta'es, would be represented Jn both branches of the United States Congress "by the first day of January; 1863, by representatives chosen thereto at ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 July 1900

x- f THE "BROAD AX. 1 , cae'eiMean hue metr asy, tee m mcfc JMinnn1niiiiiiriiiiiiiiiniifcMllj In IT it I Va4 caeca fard,tnt alilwtojr ta IP, j- eaaBBBuaBBrBema, aBBBBmaaBI Dn M Vesaa CaTemUBUca. ? -' Xeeal wiliiWon wl hcv ! h ' ',,t ,'. - BBnTiaai fiimuli Pi. A CCIC CC .. 999 MWIIIIIIHMIHHIHI CCW !P fclMtta ..... Let I"- liiiiMilinflMiiuiialBiJwioimirTT'niMTB. & Uinn aB eocMnmlmMom to r' Wm AhMCT AlJMHH, QnCACC fcr--i -, ' . -" JffcTW F.HIIiOgMHeg a PrtHrtcr. 6, ,. mBwamcaaBessBBBaBBssHssss:BiBmi :V jBeet,the great demand for new iejmwTae royai gun rectory or wooj.wteh, -England, is being enlarged. JEWISH DIVORCE law efCbe scene la real life recalling la some respeeui tie famous diTeroement depleted 7 Israel Saagwill is Us "Chllaren et the Ghetto,' -was enacted In BaWmore -when Mrs. Lena G. Welf was granted a divorce according to vabhtnleal law from her husband. laaurtee Wolf, says the Baltimore war balloon, sock as Is used at the present operatlous, can be-inflated tad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 July 1900

ammmmmm m a, mm, MMMI Jsaa'a. XarltatSea. Bow d' do, little men, and women, too? I have come to play with yon. gam June; you can guess By my flower-spangled drees And its petticoat or. green And my airy cloak of blue That I'm fond of being Been. Or, I'm just the vainest thing! And I flout about, and sing Everywhere, I'm so brimming full of Joy! Follow me, you barefoot boy, ' And 111 show you to a pool Where the fishes have a schoolSuch a perfect place to swim, Poll of water to the brim, Laughingas ft calls you in. v Tate my hand, little maid; '") I will lead you Jto a glade Fink with roses wild and bright, And a flutter with delight; Where he bumblebees are met, Sipping nectar cool and wet As they mumble, Fm afraid. Like old topers at an Ian. Take my hands, one and allJune has come to make a call! B.C.B. Story or a Papoose. By Hulda T. Hollands. Our house stood on the brow ot a hill. Just on the edge of the apple orchard, which reached from the back dooryard fence to the river shore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 July 1900

w - t, I -: Bp Mi . To the editor ef The Broad Ax: A. large aad eathaatesttc aadieace set at Coiuaabta. BaH; S&2 State street. Taesaay, Jaly. 1& er the .purpose of eaaerBlagr the candidacy of Joha Sdwarfl Oils, to the Lower Hesse on the Independent Deaocratlc ticket Mr. Oils is a prodact of the North Side, bat haj spent the greater part of bis life on the South' 3de, he baa the sapport of the yoanger element of the 30th "ward. Yours, Committee. PERSONALS. -LL ' fflr Hartley Williams, sealer puiaae - Judge of the colony of Victoria, has created soaaewhat of a sensation la the colony by aakiHg Mb circuit round on a bicycle. He has been on the bench tor 20 years. Masoomdar. the leader la laaia ot the new Brahmo-Soma movement, -which Is somewhat akin to UnitarianIsm. win visllt this country shortly, aad will attend the Unitarian anniversary at Boston. - Sir George Francis Bonham, the new British minister at Belgrade. Is a graduate of Eton and Oxford. He entered t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 July 1900

-i - V - 2Sfo-Kr&it& HriY ' tsss-ssssssssssssvissnfr v4LsP ?? rr " HFHIakv .-ssssssw 1 1 i H , i A I XaUa m Ih f-wissssssssssssssw. B vHB. vSbSb 0 w vv I f xl Nr ssH (bssssssssNbssNLsbss' m WSSBaB mBB3B8? jSI ,kV 17 ,sfaiaBHHLBsssssssssss iaA. iaiawwsssshJsssssr ..jg sMssamssssssssV Ssssssssssssssf xiCgssM nrfPSSHBssssssWxssssv f papapWNv HEW TO THE LINE. ' TOL. r. CHICAGO, JTTLY 21, 1900. HO. 39. THB POLITICAI PABTTMS AND THE NSGRO. XXIL Near the ead of 1862, Thaddeas Steens propoeed a bill in Congress faxoring the employment of the Negroes as soldiers and Horace Greeley and Edwin M. Stanton, the great Democratic secretary of war, were among the very ant to greatly favor the measure nropnocd by Mr. ""Steven. It J appears that Secretary Stanton recognlsea tlfwortli of colored men as soldiers owing to the fact that he was thoroughly conversant with the history of the Negro and he knew his fighting qualities. He had heard of them captaring Jacksonville, Fla., w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 July 1900

-if - .&- :s -v - n t 3, i &. &w THE BROAD AX NMMMtMnWMMWWMWMWIM MbaMihe few Fmbmi KjI 81 Sa IfliiMrifitiNtKaiiMi & vnesmeBmemi Bflftnflv WMeW. JMe BOH. AHHHHL rnML aft. erar rlitwiar Iks TW Bread Ax Wake- fete mrmtk. sr SkSti ikpOmJCXM OVnH ai & wihsuiti nnn (ailiiiini)i at WiMfcfcii - f i WiBB(llTMI,OBtH DUnr.lXTbes,S(tarM M ah nine presedesUal tickets la the Ate; thevif&ase voter ought to be able to pick ot something that will :&aratoslze with :fiis complexion. Intense heat sever seems to e 1M -alig itest bar to smoking, though, just ifi"-a man should want to carry dlttle fc Twith ilm is. beyond -most ot 3f oaKhanTed-Dowleh", the new Terman rtpresRntaflygat Washington, was aw. -and toed a. "Boldier, He entered -military -service 'aft the :age -of -(eleven and idld :not take up diplomatic life cntil -he was twenty-five years old. v "jyhat. little reTorm.gets .Into Turkey BBually .sHpa.ln by the bac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 July 1900

COLORADO VfcJBWriERLAHD. & LEADER OF WOMEN. I Switserlaai, Te playgcw of rapt," te TtelUd aaMallx.ky -15,-000 Aswricas, tosrkrts aa4 lTaH4e. way? Waile the Alps fcave Isolate teaks cneb as Moat Blanc (15,781 feet), and the Matterhom (14,836 feet), tie ateaa eleratloa. of the highest Alplae ckai is frosa only 8,900 to 9,060 feet. Colorado possesses more than 120 peaks orer 13.500 feet In altitude, of which no fewer than thirty-five peaks range from 14.000 feet upward. In the -whole of Europe, there are not over twelve mountain peaks of note. The highest Tillage In Europe Is Avers Platz In Switzerland (7,50 feet): the highest inhabited point in Europe Is the Hospice of , St. Bernard la. Switzerland (8,200 feet). In Colorado the raining town, of Leadvllle. with 15.000 Inhabitants, is 10,200 feet above sea level; other saining camps are still higher and some gold and sliver mines are worked at an altitude of over 12,000 feet ' The highest wagon, road' In Europe Is said to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 July 1900

i- '" ,5j!y t - -r rs K t 3Jh -, tBxBFaaw - our tickbt. -for pebsidbnt. WiLLIAM J. BRYAN OF IflBRASKA. ' . FOR TICS FRESnNT, ADLAI RTSTXVBNSON OF IIJNOIS. !"J CHIPS. - - TheJtrolleyparty Tuesday -was -a big' SWCCSSB. Wee Quale Brest left for Washiagtaa, D. C. last Tuesday, orer the BL Rer. Dr. L. A. Murray, of Iodlaaapnlln. has assessed charge of Bethel charts. 'JAM The lastitatloaal church will hold Its opesiag meetiag nest Soaday ateralag. A reeettiea mt taadared Rer. J. M. Tjuraesad at Qalaa Chanel last Thursday' afeht. ' III Mrs. Las, i96t DearLora street, has reteraed ta her hose, from Provides Hospital. Mrs. J. F; McKLaaey, 5119 Anaoar areaae, presented her busbaad with -a fiae sob last Satarday. Thnmna Gahaa, Esq.. aeaber of the Dessecratk Natioaal Committee, has ressered to his aew hose, 4fcli Grand beakTard. Mrs. Laws Anderson, wife of Pollcemaa, Joha Anderson, dled at her late residence. 3734 Dearborn' street, last Satarday alteraooa. Mrs. Andersoa. a satire-of ilndsr0e, K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 July 1900

cr.s- . i WEW TO THE LINE. .HlHBm yA I ammmV. mV irmr ,r iSL NiBtmy ggqgmr A 8 ik. XSm f mw. mmmmmmmmmmmhV Bk SHB -mmmmL Bm"--CHe .r C JBN" iammmmmmmmmMfc J B. VOIi. V. OUR TICKET. . FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON OP ILLINOIS. ONE TEAR TN CHICAGO. The latter part or July, 1899, the writer began the publication of The Broad Ax in Chicago, and at the time it made its appearance, CoCJohn F. Waters, Kedzle building, -and Alex. jtfcFec, commission merchant, 199 W1. Randolph street .were the only two regular subscribers to It in this great city. Both of these gentlemen had become i familiar with its writings and were constant supporters of it while it was published in Salt Lake City, Utah. At the time The Broad Ax first made its appearance here, all the wise ones and those who were born wih a veil orer their faces, predicted, that as the politicians would not stand for it or put up the money to guarantee the printer's bills, it would no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 July 1900

psf TsKuil "F ".!" 4.. - v" ". . -..-;.,'-- '"' ? I It mr K-: . ?' IS Vtf . t .-v '1 THE BROAD AX. '" TOWLOSSD W JULY. wiayipssalsate and atsQ ahaesaetielatfee tne ailaslalin ef Desaeeraar, b nnM, pHHHM ? their aay. "ao "eas aa tfeetr aiiitailils-eeeyef aadiijiiiunisU'ijaaTed. Taa Stead Ax b a Be-rtMBer.wkaaa altttarm W uroaa mini ler ao, era aatatiol aM ta aaaak tta own In. II, in vOl kin t ! ilta eWtr as aaa aMa eft aba atftce. (adrasee)i fee Year., AiTirMalacteaaaalcacyaoBawUatoa, iiliaiaBcuinninili itinwrto MM Aufocx ATsnrx, Car-ciee. JUIIBS y. TAJXea, Miter aad PnhWriiw - - ' It 1 -lte'evldeat that the goed Boxer Tery closely resembles the good Indian. Of course, those enthusiastically patriotic "citizens who are mobbing CMneae lAundrymen would hail with deUghtaii!opportunlty to go to China, Recent studies of the ocean bottom near the coast line cf continents hare shown that rivers of considerable size sometimes -enter the sea beneath the surface. Mammies manufactured In France...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 July 1900

-a a, j-l - it - J-L ?- -w - i 1 JULIA' HOLMES SMITH. 1 Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, wao was recently nominated for trustee of the? Illinois State university, is one of the best known "women in Chicago. For many years she has been a leader among women, and has been particularly prominent in clnb work of various kinds. JJr. Smith was born in Georgia and was twice married, her first husband being Waldo Abbott, the only son of J. . C Abbott, the historian. Her medical -education was obtained in the Boston Institute, and she has done much lor the Advancement of the science, particularly among women. Many organizations owe their success to her intelligent ssA earnest efforts, says the Chicago Times-Herald. She was president oT the Political Equality League, and wax Xar three years president of. the Woman's dub, -She 3 Prevented a Panic -, That peace has Its victories .as well as war and that not all heroes win their laurels with the sword has been more than once demonstrated 2y a modest young...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 July 1900

-v'st-- ,'-r -. - k fc n ,! . h UK 12 lijftpfcl 'PERSONALS. Xiord Roberts 'Is one of the best swordsmen In the British army. H Is also an expert with the lance. The kinc of Slam owns an elephant corps, numbering 500 animals. They' are all trained for army purposes, "with a gentral in charge. A. A. Pope, the bicycle manufacturer, has presented a handsome chapel to the people of North Cohasset, Mass., in memorx of his son, 'who dill some time ago. A memorial t" the late Archibald Forbes, in the form of a b-iss cross with Inscription, has been presented by his widow to the university ot Aberdeen. Since his recent Illness Professoi Max Muller, for the first time in his life, has taken to reading novels. "The old novels are good," he says, "but modern fiction is poor stuff." Among those who assisted President Monroe to lay the corner stone of an arsenal at Philadelphia was Frederick Fralcy. who was then 13 years of age. He is now- 96 and is the oldest active business man In Philadelphia....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 August 1900

n1 m, i- . l HEW TO THE LINE. ? M-"' Tbtt&k? VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI E. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. THE POLITICAL. PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. XXIV. TIIE XIII., XIV. AND XV. AMENDMENTS AND NEGRO SUFFRAGE. The question has been asked a great many times by the unsophisticated, and others, "who do not possess any knowledge of this nor any other country, "that if President Lincoln did not free all the slaves, how did the otaers acquire their freedom?" Those who ask the question, and who suppose or think that the proclamation accomplished that object, display their unfamiliarity with the power and authority invested in the President. It is admitted by the very brightest authorities on Constitutional and International Law that each commanding general of the federal army, as fast a he advanced with the flag, could hae offered freedom to the slave as well as President Lincoln. For a paper proclamation of freedom not backed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 August 1900

numi,MJMU I K THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEELT. iflll prosnhrate and at ail time uphold tfea trna principle of Democracy, bnt Farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knijrhts cf I abor. Infidels, Mormon. Republicans, Priests, or any Baeelwcaa hare their ur, so loag ai tbelr language la proper and responsibility ia fixed. The Broad Ax 1 a newspaper whose platform la broad enonfra for all, erer claiming- the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communication will bare attention; writ only on one aide of the paper. tusscxxmoxs (adranee)i One Tear Six Months... C-GO 1X0 Advertising rates made known on application, Addresa all commnnications io (OiO Asxodb Avzxvx, Cxxcam, JXTLIOS F. TAILOR, Editor asAPnblishec I Thirty-five hundred dozen goatskin are transformed Into leather every day In Philadelphia. Mrs. Davis, the only sister of John Brown of Harper's Ferry fame. Is still living at St Johns, Mich. She was the youngest of a family of sixteen children. Herr Hauslian, a Vienese artisan, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 August 1900

,r?BW'5lftr!!jiij:i?- HOW POPISH GET THERE? MYSTERY OF THEIR PRESENCE LAND-LOCKED POOLS. IN Scientists Say Tlmt "When There At lth in Such n l'laco homebody Hnil jImvm Tliem There Kutoni Why Tll I ot -Always Trne. THE scientists bare failed Id every effort they have made to cause the spontaneous gen oration of life, writes George Cary Egsleston. In the New York "World. They therefore contend that there Is no such thing as spontaneous generation. In this they overlook the fact that nature docs many things of licr own accord which the scientists are unable to persuade her to do at their bidding. Moreover, as the scien tists deny the theory of direct divine creation and assert that all living forms have been evolved from protoplasm, and protoplasm Itself from inorcanic matter, their denial of the posjdjility of spontaneous generation is illogical. For if living forms were not brought into being by special acts of creation thero must be somewhere hack of them a history of spontaneous ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 August 1900

Co I 7 r ic l 13 t t h sEs Quit flghtfng the Negro newspaper, old fellow. It Is doing a great work. It Is today the most effective champion cf the Negro's rights. Ex. Glifs TVork Hot for ITIm. Everett Prior, of 15 J Green street, Jersey City, N. J., rebelled against his father's orders to wzsh dishes, cook meals and perform other duties abont the house, and ran away from home on June 23. He was arraigned before Magistrate Zeller in the Harlem police court. When questioned by the magistrate the boy said he had left home because his father abused him and wanted to make a "girl" of him. Magistrate Zeller told the boy he had done right He then gave the boy into the custody of his cousin. Zoln on Dreyfus Case. In conversation the other day with a Russian newspaper representative, Emile Zola said that, so far as he was concerned, the Dreyfus case was finished. He worked for the officer's liberation and that was obtained. At the same time the novelist said that he and his friends were stil...

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