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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 August 1900

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 August 1900

-, &V ;' a t-i s ? E? ra$ f THE BROAD AX. 4 mmmWmwm0mMf&at0mmmmBt tftMawmalemU aga.a ma MamartoldaVa aiaa afa mi have tifcr ?. "a tee a & mjaaaar aaftimpo-niBHiur Mmea. nBPM4 td Ax fa a, mi uHMf whose ahdaarat aamek for mO, mt etateia fa itbtiaMMVttaewBaUad. , tafttecial riM to apeak &""& aKaaMeeacMCKirrion (aaraBee)i tsl . LM e -- i ail eeamTmiesuoBs i mo Ana oca avaron, CxKu.ee. t JOTJOTR.TA'fLOst JdUatsBl PiiMliirar (cesOy'ccllectiea ttf car stamps was lately soli ta -Msktem, S-glanfl, tiy'Mt. -Castle, tha rtoe-presldent of the London Follatatof. fioctety. Tie' -collectioa branght 31ft,8M, 1he-war against municipal dlsfignratlon and untidiness is fruitful in expressive -sayings.- A recent remark to Trarth recording: 'There may be 9Bck.a thing as aesthetic disorder, tout there is no such thing as artistic dirt A holt of lightning entered the house sf John Ethbridge, near Charlotte, N. 0., and killed two of his daughters, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 August 1900

. Like the' -: Deadly Under-Current fgggofes which grasps one witboot Warrfnf; the mucous membrane which lines the entire body suddenly become 1(?akened'in sooespot and diseaM established. It may b of tht lungs, the head, throat, stomach, bowels, or any dther organ. Wheraever it is, and'whaterer it-seeaos, it 11 springs from the atmc cause CATARRH or inflammation of this delicate pink membrane. The system is "weakened in winter. The delicate lining is more susceptible to irritation or inflammation, and thus we have pneumonia, grip, colds, coughs, fevers, etc, all catarrhal conditions which may easily be checked by one catarrh cure Pe-ru-na. That's the only way out of it. You may dose forever yon. will not be well until you try the true cure and that is Pe-ru-na. You jaay think your trouble is some other disease and not catarrh. Call It what you will, one thing is sure, your system is affected and must be treated, and Pe-ru-na is the only remedy which reaches the right place and does...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 August 1900

.? ?K'v r- -- (' -4; v . i lv L R - 3 . RS tf,-jf m Om af the aaezaacte wee af tie rafrfeeratteg maeUs h faoad U mia!ag. At great deaths r at coteparatltely shallow deaths la seme mines wk aa Talaahle velas of metal or sal has beam, abaadoaed beeaaee of tfcetfcMt Bat aagiaeers declare Oat "With the aae of modern refrlgeratlBg apparatus to cool the air It will fee to 0 several thoasaad feet la case a, rich rela of predatta ec eTea coal warranted tie adexpeaso. I te ' "A cerroepoadoat aaya he mt aa oz 1i'. ealaa she at Barrass Bridge. Itaglsarf, vfcece beaarler was JBeat.exi;aMlMy. Tie animal escaped from a - wvife ed made Its way iato the shop Hpita. as. aaek. efroatery aad assadl'Mm Ht fright g lato Its own ham- . Alter gsug all aaowt the puce, admiration of a great crowd of It was ceadactel oat by a poa, withoat .having broken bo snch aa a handle of a teacup. ex GteraUax. General Sir George Stewart "White, Nte fcrb of the siege of Ladyamlth; aad MeMler who was aot afraid to own . H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 August 1900

.'" VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESLD3NT. ADLAI E. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. XXVI. KECONSTRUCTION AND NEGRO SUFFRAGE. The "Indianapolis Journal," -which iras the personal organ ot Gov. Morton, was bitterly opposed to the policy of Negro suffrage and many other leading Republicans papers followed In the same wake, "nevertheless the ques-. tion of Negro suffrage and reconstruction was brought directly Tefore Congress the later part of January, 1SG6, by the report of the joint select committee on that subject, submitting the Fourteenth Constitutional Amendment. The second section of the Amendment, as we will observe, "was a measure of compromise, and It attempted to unite. the radical and conservative -wings of the Republican party by restricting the right of representation in the South to the basis of suffrage instead of extending that basis in conformity to the right of representation. It has been said t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 August 1900

n s t 1 . :-!" "IHEBROAD AX. Wh bahm LhA YohAM. Hiiimiiiniiiiili JWwiAxUaftMHifwfc1iMm mm wwgli far ail. r HtKteiOMkKaev fcT tttNH l33tOBA WW JUaeoex Inm.'QBUM nrUSP.lXL0n,XeM4PrtJtato. - 7unyaai "Pilgrim's Frogressr '9U remtly translated iBto Chinese, with earioas HIaetratloaavby native artists. Bsfcro4he Boner outbreaks began the volume was In great demand in Pekln. UL camel, with an ordinary load of 409 pounds, can travel twelve to fourteen days without water, solas fourtees miles a day. Camels are fit to work at five yean old, bat their strength begins to decline at twentyfive, although they live usually until forty. They are often-fattened at thlrty for food, the flesh tastins like beef. An Arizona editor has a neat way of expressing "himself. Referring to a recent lynching in Skull Valley, a local paper thus quietly chronicled an important event: " "There was no regular trial In the case of Denver Jones. He had a brief interview with a few friends in the woods, and it is certa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 August 1900

, V K V. v . ' - il , -i. 7Z i n nsarv- " i-jen K prU'h a itrw gl repirUtJothat g... rai that pwaarattaa. Sv, JHrttorioM. Syoa so tato Bt0' -jr aaarttafe jt hs achieve malTwrnl-pnf larfty ma Cascarets Caady (Xthartle for example, 7 feel lfc a wiiwammt at the -world. The jaegaeat at the .9 is infallible Weaa K. fa 1mpersonal. The retailer whe waits te u you "soraethla Ise'Ma.ltface at da article you ask tor, aa aa ax to -rind. Don't It slawi te reaseaT Be"! Jtjlng to sell aoawthia that fa ot vbat he repreeeata it to fee, I7hy? Because he expects to derive aa extra profit oot of year credulity; Are rou easy? Don't you a tiroes &1 little game? The saaa -who "will try tnd sell you & substitute for CASCARETS Is a fraud. Beware of Us! He U trying to steal the honestly earaea1 benefits of a reputation whlci another business man hu paid for, aa If his conscience -will allow Tilm to so bo far, be Till go farther. It he cheats his castooer in one way, he -will la anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 August 1900

i i. " - J S, -. w- Hi n-1 j - --T f1 i-fr y d-J I "M H w . i I'.. 11.1 sST - .v i, It r 1 - ? IX f - aaaaaaaaa'aeaT MMXtOKS in fcAcmo. TSWW a? -JLHiSt Wlt AsMrkaa karaess aorsec rln ,,raee.j0r this year la stakes aad parses te Aoti aap-roximately here. These Sgsres are estimates based on the re- - tana ol last year, to -which has been added 10 per cent, that being; In the -eaiaiea of horsemen, the general avi lata iBcroaoo of parses tor this All the estimates are given la.roaad BHsabers, aad oaly cities where parses are offered aggregating la talae 96,600 or mere are tpedfcally MOKUOBVtta .Baltimore. MaU. $12,W0; Bothwell. OaU. i5,9W; Syracaee, N. Y., $5,500: Saagae, $16,690; Bethlehem. Fa.. $11.669; Brooklyn, N. Y., $6,660; Hartford, .Ct, .W0; Dorer, N. H 812,000; Goshen. Tf.T.. $11,000; Detroit, Mich., $53,660; Peoria IIL, $16,606; HcKee's Rocks, Pa $7,500; St Mary's, Pa., $5,660; Dee Moines, la., $10,000; Freeport. HL, $12,600; Davenport, la., $6,500 Readviller-$70,000; Saginaw,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 August 1900

3 ,-e & V H -va ii $n HEW TO THE LINE. y1 t VOL. V. z OUR TICKET, FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI E. STEVENSON OFDLLTNOIS. THE POLITICAL NTERESTS OF THE NERGO. By HOWARD a TAYLOR For a generation past the great masses of the colored people of the United States have regarded themselves as bound to the Republican party by ties almost religious la authority; and for any Negro to iraver in his allegiance has provoked bis associates to regard him as a renegade, a traitor, guilty of that darkest of offenses ingratitude. The great and good men who once led the Republican party and gave it dignity bave died or changed their political faith; but the Negro has scarcely noticed the fact. The party has abandoned its old time principles of liberty and humanity and of late years has. in a most pronounced way, become the instrument of special Interests, corporations nd trusts; and is now waging wars of conquest and talking about "inferior races' v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 August 1900

-t ' nV fcW fl ,. 1HE BROAD AX. - J- te emmat IwanMri aWriMM lmtB .Meat, rieata, or .aw piwm km SMir MTi leac. m wk aYaaftam.4ial1 a Mkkui j jHaBajamnmflaBaaa A faKaWftL. aanvaiBBssafBesj rsp vyw ssssjwa 'snese'Msn?aasarsMr . amw Bnedasitei wam ultthrm far IB. aw ziehttecekJtemad. Lm1 Bnwwtwttaa will ten tKwMwi Meec tfcepeaer. feMw thi.... ...... Let Al I MiW U se kaeww. e araUeattaa. iaHeemtHBiaiiealo 1MB Axaoea irmx, CxxexM. JVLXrjS T. X&IXOS, Salter aad Faaaafcec. The war ia Sonta Africa .has doomed the Highland kilt as a lighting dress, aad It will now survive as a parade uniform only. X During the year 189S, 52,661 vessels, of 34,233,580 tons, entered and cleared Chinese ports. Of these vessels, 743, of 239,152 tons, were American. Piper tFJndlaler of Dargai fame has now secured a farm in his native coonty of Aberdeen, where he Intends tilllag the soil for the remainder of Mr eTays. Jumping the rope is said to be a remedy for derangement of the liver. Many .middle-a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 August 1900

I The tripping Feet tie sparkling eye the graceful movement- beJongnot alone to thebuddingmaiden. These graces are the right aye iaiy of every woman until the hair whitens and regal dignity replaces them. The mother "who guards her g&ength has so much more to devote to the care and education of her dear ones. She should be . comfort a cheer always. Yet how many feel that they have the strength to properly batgnce the home? The world is listless, weary and morbid. Its blood moves sluggishly and is full of impurities. It needs a kindling, invigorating tonic to set it afire it needs Pe-ru-na, I THE ONE MEDICINE Inthe world which women may rely upon positively. Pe-ru-na" is good for everyone, but particularly for women. The various -weak-cesses which afnicttheiB delicate organism spring from inflammation or eatarrh of the mucous Hning.and Pe-ra-na fa a specific for catarrh in say organ of tha body. Any congestion of a mucosa asembrane simply means catarrh of tha organ affect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 August 1900

li?i iA i-i. - . Vl -T .: -X" ' E rt , - VS.- . ' t . ! M. Vs?K. li L v it, l?x kf. & W-- r - iev rv,v J tV -, : 1 "-' . V r u x-asMaflad t r, ,--1-". ,aaa aav .? - JUrPce.;. te HitwiMi , w&hawr eWB " .J;reeard u . PoejiaJvforlae occa'lw every .&?e. pWtramd private, te. Stftpleirood. a wtarb of Ct Louis. He' ie a Jastlce of, th peace and as sucL - appelated hmselt a constable. Be--:$, be 3a' the coronet lie notary - sblfc, ud the ppetmasterv As a private citizen he is a lawyer, a collector, ,a storekeeper and a station, express, i lasturHce and real estate agent. Hansara holds, op "highej oSce than justice of. the peace( .because there is aoae. - ." WeH-DIwcaW Ailment. '..Well diggers are subject to many ailments " .besides rheumatism. The sudden and frequent changes they make, from hot to cold atmosphere often bring on diseases of the nervous system. One man so employed In an eastern state recently had fifty convulsions In a single day. The troub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 September 1900

a "3 'vls ;" "vtJ' A HEW XO THE LINE. 1 "JagJIJgSMPiill VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI E, STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. XXVIII. The advocates and followers of the Republican Party have for many years contended that in addition to conferring freedom upon the Negro it has more than faithfully kept every promis which the party has ever made to him. Many addled-headed people may honestly believe such assertions but they are as far from the truth as the sun Is from the earth, and if we remember rightly, shortly after the Negro succeeded In gaining his liberty through the fortunes of war. and after he had been invested with all of his supposed rights, the leaders of the Republican party in order to perpetuate the rule and supremacy of that party proclaimed aloud from the house tops that It was the Intention of the party to- present each Negro with forty acres of land and a oneeyed mulp But instead of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 September 1900

-. . - G r. t- WE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ffUlprenali&tCLtad at aS timet cuboid tee tree Bn&eiple ox Democracy, bni Farmers, Caahaiiee, Protectant, Knfcat of Labor, la a&ek, Hsnesi, KetmbUeaaa, -Prieete, er 'any aae elae cam hare their aay, ao loss a their UrTMge la proper and reapgnaibUitr la axed. Tta Bread Ax la a newspaper whoee pklfera ia broad eaonsh for all, erer rinimlag tee e&iterial right to apeak Ua own salad. Local eomBuaicatton will nave atteatleaf , write oalj on aa aide of the paper. ecgacxirnoCT (advance)! ae iesr... ... .... . atx JaG&tse... . i MO JilTartJirfnr rate made bows oa application. i all communication io TBX BT7QWT) JSJS1, una Axicoca Avxxtrx, Cnoiee. JULIUS F. TAILOR, Editor and PnbUaae, - Non-union painters painted the state fair buildings at Syracuse. The unions threaten to boycott the fair, and offer as their only plan of settlement that the painting be done over again by 'union painters....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 September 1900

w SHE BUYS Mrs. Ollie Northlane Is fairly "the cattle queen of the West." In her unique vocation of cattle buyer she has, Indeed, proved the theory of woman Euffraglsts, that the gentler Bex is admirably capable of plunging into the business world on an equal tooting with man. It is said by stockmen that she Is one of the most capable Judges of cattle end hogs in the United States. She has the quotations at her tongue's end. By glancing at a consignment of cattle she can tell very closely what they should bring when shipped to market In deciding on the relative value of stock Mrs. Northlane can pick out a good steer as quickly and accurately as the average woman can select a new Easter gown. In business transactions Mrs. Northlane possesses unusual wisdom to cope with trying business situations, and is as threwd and clever to trade with as often falls to the lot of man to meet with. Besides the high reputation she has pained In the stock business, she has talent enough left to make ...

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

- V r c "v- r i (i 1 f1! THE POLITICAL NTERESTS OP -, THE NERGO. "By HOWARD S. TAYLOR. For-a generation past the great masses of the colored people of the United States have regarded themselves as bound to the Republican party by ties almost religions in authority; and for any Negro to "waver in his allegiance has provoked his associates to regard him as a renegade, a traitor, guilty of that darkest of offenses ingratitude.- The) great and good men who once led the " ' . Republican party and gave it dignity have died or changed their political faith; but the Negro has scarcely noticed, the fact The party has abandoned its old time principles of liberty and humanity and of late years has. In a most pronounced -way, be- , come the instrument of special Inter ests, corporations and trusts; and is now -waging wars of conquest and talking about "inferior races" very much as the slave driver used to talk but most Nesroes seem to be unaware of the change, with their eyes fixed on the past ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 September 1900

npsansspssnvjnpi I nShsen 'flP ss npA . SZ 3(ff ISV J Hj lVStanSf .SBSmfemw iill''''9!i7'?ftS!a!SMV3Mak X v 5 Tl rf JW&m Jr -BSBeBeBeBeBeBeBeBeBw' 'SseBeV 1 BieBBv. eSBmntBnenmBr .BPT fSBPsSSEBeBSmk CMsneHmM seHv S S&fm riTI f5pr mSBwSKw VBwSm. v BeBSBenw. HEW TO THE LIINE. VOL. V. OUR TICKET. FOE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADLA1 K. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIi. BOMB NO. 2. It may be the unmaking of us politically for standing up for 'the truth, right and justice, but onr motto has always been, to hew close up to the line and let the chips fall where tliey may regardless of consequesces. Therefore under these conditions we are compelled to set forth our reasons why we are unwilling to accept J. Milton Turner as the foremost leader of the Negro Democrats of the United States, and in doing so we honestly believe that we are simply voicing the sentiments of thousands of colored Democrats residing in all parts of- the country who do not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 September 1900

JW JA I J I.--L: I'-S? fr r i ii?- - S X tit .- THE BROAD AX. ff til proaalfate aad at sd times BBbold the Riaeimes ox ue&ocrac?, riv ramars, lies. Protestaat. Knihts tl aber. la &!. Moraosi. BpahHfaaa, Priwli, or any aaeelaeeaa hart) their mi-,- o lost as their lrir-'r ' rrr " -T-'""T'tt J Ito Bread Az it a aetneaper wfaese alelfem b broad eaoagh (or all, arer rislatias tfca sSiefial right to apeak lu era Biad. BBBRaieaton will faara attimMna write ealy a eee aid of tfca a pat. assacxzrnova (adraaee)! aaTear.................................... IMe Btx meetaa.......... .. 1 laartiaiag ratai audaVaewsea aWaatiaa, i all cosBsoicatioM la MO AXHOCX AVSCTB, CXKUSe. JULIUS F. TATXOB, Bdlter aad PabHiaar. Tie -screw in the fourth Jewel wneel f a watch is so small that a lady's thimble would hold 1.009.000 of them. The arerage Telocity of cirrus clouds k about 9 miles an hour, while la winter they have sometimes been known to travel at the rate of 230 miles an hour. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 September 1900

tow rat. ExcuHttONi. w nJrl PaoMe Br. tela Keate, points in the Wart. Boat. u4 ,east at half-rates (alas 2) toe e round trip. Tickets oa sale Taeajiys, September 4 aad 18, October 2 A ,jjd 16. November 6 and St, and Dh . -mber 4 and 18, 1900. For fall lator- ' 200. land folders, ett, address any tfent of the aboTe lines, or E a rownsend, G. P. & T. Ageat, SL Loam, jrjgsouri. I ..,v, ui. uic past two years out or NO TROUBLE TO TRAVEL. a aost unknown commodity. Comers. Dayton, 85 years, Is golnjr ta- P1 with wheat and corn and other tie a trip to Anburn to -rtslt Her sob. Prodocts which are the mediums of ffe said to her, "Mrs. Dayton, should "change and speculation In large gjnk that quite a Journey for a girl ol boards of trade throughout the world, your age. Dont you dread It?" Why the fortune this Chlcagoan has amassed Li" said she. "Would Just as llv rlda ont 0I broom corn Is remarkable. ca the New York Central as to set hx ja easy chair In your parlor. I never tare a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 September 1900

Sa&SKa .'l Vt& f. ' Jfc y $ te Lr r-" r it if- the .. iT1 IT ttrtfcp'aee or XebUM. Tereaty-nlae historic spots la Fort Un. K a, were marked with tablets bafere tie return of the absent sons and diagatera to Old Home week. They iaciade several noted in pre-reTolu-tiaaary days, the birthplace of Henry Waaawortk, Longfellow, Thomas B. ReedNathanlel Parker Willis; his slater, Mrs, James Farton ("Fanny Hera"), Alexander S. "Wadsworth and Sargent 8. Prentiss. Ueat-Gen. Von Lessel, commander of the German forces in China- is a noted disciplinarian of the Imperial anay, unswerving in his devotion to duty, bat beloved by the soldiery for his utter contempt for the hardships of the field or of the march. He Is a veteran of 55, who has won his way from a lieutenancy, during which he fought in the Austrian and FrancoPrussian wars. Mr. Gladstone Had Ho Title. Mrs. Gladstone is the cnly wife of a prime minister of Queen Victoria who ended her days without a title. No doubt...

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