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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 November 1900

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 November 1900

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 November 1900

VOL. VI. NEW SLAVERY. I address this to those few who are able to reason and who love the truth for the sake of the truth. The, chuckle headed mob of fools, black or white, even if sude It Is truth see no cause for obeying it They do not know that the truth must be obeyed, is an invincible despot that punishes without mercy all rebels against it, enslaves them body and soul to the lie they prefer. Their ears are closed to the poetic seer's oracle that, "he is the freeman whom the truth makes free; and all beside are slaves." You know that in the South your fathers were slaves. The slave owner. the landlord owned the laborer and tOOK au me jirutccun ui uu iouui, &- in? to him a meager subsistence 1 IV. - - - ktn In Vta v4 I wherever his slave worked the master owned the products It mattered little as to the land, who owned it. Hence, there was bo land speculation down South. If machines were used that to mattered little. The slave owner got the proceeds by owning the hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 November 1900

- ? 1 - THE BROAD AX. VUBUSKXD WXXXXT. HWL praatalfate aad a a ia agbola teae arlaeiples el Democracy, bp Para CHhafiw. frotestaato. KalgaU rf I-aber, aXBBSre, tar. Isiel, Kenaeas. SttiU eeiceeea bar their WNlMM, hted, GT BJ a un their mt, as tear a wev to ywgw aad wtjoniihWiT toj A. Tha Btwd Ax ii a eevcMpor vtoM vUMam te knd lar au. WkUacal fat to apeak iU owa ariad, Lrnal eoaminaleaUoa will hare rtwtfm elj- em aae aid et taa paper. (adrsaea)i m Tfcar... fcxKeataa aB AainrMiiac rate fcaewa ea aaaMaattam i aH oawmTFRtetUoaa to J?QT? JITC. MS Axxoirx Amm, Czxexaa. JULIUS r. TAXLOR, Witer tad PnbUsaa. Happiness is about the only thing a Ban continues to search for after he ka Sound it The air is eo clear In Zululand that ejects seven miles away can be distinctly seen by starlight It is easier to preach than it is to practice, therefore it most be easier to be a clergyman than a physician. Said an Irish Judge to a prisoner: "You are to be hanged by the neck until dead and I hope it "w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 November 1900

The Submarine Terror. LADY LETTER CARRIER. Vithln the past six months several additions which have "been made to the fighting strength of Uncle Sara's sea forces haTe brought it tp to a high place among the navies of the world. Among these are 'some of the4argest and most powerful vessels la the world and the submarine torpedo boat Hoi land, which, according to the naval experts, Is one of the most formidable weapons yet added to the naval list, and which is said by them to be the beginning of the end of the construction of heavily armored Teasels for coast and 'harbor defense and the means of revolutionizing the methods now employed in blockading harbors and other close to shore work. While the Holland is new so far as ber number on the naval list is concerned, she is old enough to have proved beyond any doubt her ability to keep out of the way of the rays of the searchlights and the heavy gun fire of the large ships, which in time of war have made a reputation for Uncle Sam's navy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 November 1900

r l E9v THOUGHTS ON RELIGION. The body of all tree religion consists In obedience to the will of God, In a confidence la bis declarations, and an Imitation of his perfections. Burke. Trpe religion teaches us to reverence what Is under us, to recognize humility, poverty, wretchedness, saffering and death, as things divine. Goethe. Religion consists not so much in joyous feelings as In constant devotedaess. to God. and laying ourselves out for the good of others. Stewart. Over all the movements of life religion scatters her favors, but reserves the choicest, her divine blessing, for the last hour. Logan. Many would like religion as a sort of lightning rod to their houses, to ward off by and by, the bolts of dlvjne wrath. H. W. Beecher. Seligioa'8 home is in the conscience. Its watchword is the word "ought." Its highest joy is doing God's will. T. Ll Cayler. It is only religion, the great bond of love and duty to God, that makes any existence valuable or even tolerable. Horace BushnelL...

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

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

TT ?. T . i ft s L N O i ;i J THE BROAD AX. t aTlitMirHkaMlk of DesMiersty ti Fanaef, Mv Jbbv1(M CC I w9Tf -slap . KeiwaiiMTir. Frlest. a aar have their san so lear as their I mm Jc8yfl Bans tW yvSHVSKJT - wifW Tslrsalxhaaewia6rwheaealil9nsi to toaea aaeatfe fer a&T ersc eUiatiaw at Vatertal risbtta aaak turn , Iaasi atimnilrttiea will bar iMwHw) rav Hy M VoO vw99 I SB0 pftywa (time) i PUS JMWWttMtMt eW Aagirrtstii-pates madskaewaaa awMeaMaa, i aH whImMom to IMA Asxsra Aram, Cxmia. Xaude- Adams has a sew pity apoa which tie" Ifew York dramatic eritlcs are usable io agree. She Is forssaate The reason for the advance la prices ta toy bo aeans'complicated. The Chleage packers simply feel thatrthey Mt tie mosey. After being oat 102 hours trad falllas to reach a decision a Jury in Scrantea, Pa was -discharged. later empty whisky bottles -were discovered 1b the Jary room. Absolute amnesty has been granted by the Peruvian legislature to all persoas who stay have been concerned ...

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

" ,4 - llfl IMIII i outr akWlvbHC eeekae a towtresisaTtake Garfield Tea, sad: yes wtH harerSr awe " J1" jfuy 4 senls Is & harp -wit wdy ene string. Reseoe, CeakUag. Ht IHHHtMMI ;CaaMPa Wmnltr Xavas the bowel eack day. Im dCwSe to be healthy .tali la accessary. Acta atly aa the Uver aad kidaeys. Carta sick headache. Price 25 aad We, ' COUNTRY THINQS PLOURWH. A. mitar-ia a BaK&Ie paper says that "hardly oae persoa oat of tweaty-ars la that city -who claim to waltz really k&ew how." Jr ab. COME AND GO . I ISBM7 Rheumatism Neuralgia Lumbago, Sciatica sasenag. Yncy come tmaea ry. bat they go ateaspUy fey tie ascot Si Jacobs Oil wfekhlaacertalaaarccarc. tfr6fl"fr$fr'fr'fr$frflQfr&ftfry DON'T STOP TOBACCO SUDDENLY It Injures nerross system to do bo. BACO rtton is tin abIt n tfe&t Bni t v Miorft tad notifies you when To stop. Sold wua a EXLCO inS U2TCQ DOXCS HIU CUTO SBJ Vrtwn. la vegetawe ana Harmless, it caa . M IWnntalwIg. Tfc w...

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

n li j. .-"4. ,-t f - .i'O s r i - .-r .-"- tlTKRARY NOTES. Sstery of Coloalsatloa,'' b U Karris of Chicago, formerly SaJtsd. states ceaeal at Ghent, to to ataks ies appearance almost iraraedftatelr. The approach of the centeaary of. the Mrth ef Haas Christian Anderson is to be celebrated by the simultaneous tame in several countries of a sumptueas edition of his fairy tales. The December issue of the Smart let praooats the asual variety of attr&ctieas in the tray of verse and ataae. The leading story, "Her Guard at Hoaer. Is by Miriam Mlchelson. Jlm aaaeaaceaeat of interest is that Sr.KdwardEggleetaa will.publish soon "The TraasU of ClvWsafioa from Engtad fe America in the Seventeenth Ceatafy a historical work which represents a new nndertaklng in the writtag of American history. The book ptetares the literacy, scientific and ether iaflaeaces which were brought to this eeaatry from Europe in the early years ef oar history. "Wayside, the home of the Hawthorn in Concord, ...

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

m ,"! -. HEW TOTHE LINE. if BBBBBBBBBBBBBsTrBaXB' -. VOL VI. HON. - ALEXANDER SULLIVAN ELABORATED BEFORE THE MEN'S SUNDAY CLUB ON THE LIFE AND TIMES OF DANDZL O'CONNELL. Sunday, December 2. the members of the Kea's Sunday Club, which holds forth at Qulnn Chapel, had the honor of being addressed by Hob. Alexander Sullivan, the noted lawyer, who held his audience spell-bound while he familiarized them with thecareer and the life and times of Daniel O'Connell, the Irish patriot and lover of liberty. Armant's Orchestra executed some exceedingly fine selections for the occasion, and before President A H. Roberts presented Mr. Sullivan, he referred to the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan were favorably Inclined toward the colored race: that at the time the women's clubs of this city closed and barred their doors against Afro-American women, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, with their voices and with their pens, through the public press, advocated the admission of Colored women into white clubs. This...

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

X r- , ' SHE BROAD AX. MMAMMMAMMAAMMAMMMM ef DtMtnar, het oi Labor. Frteeta. or aaar MT. a loar e taelr u Ifca P asd" Ax h aa twaim waste pUfcttem i te4 eaevcfc far an, mc rlttaiiaf eke Bastrtal rightto apeak tts ewn tea. lci vOl km ittebil leMaUeetfefce gaper. MB Axxen Araarvs, Ooum i mmr.XiILOK,Uiteriai as Any woman can keep an expense ac count but, only about one woman in a hundred can make it tally with her The Sonthern cotton manufacturers are interested in China, and they are not the least bit backward in speaking up about it Crcoked financiering in New Tork has become so fast and furious that Mr. Miller, the 120 per cent man, has been entirely forgotten. The latest exposition of rural mail delivery in the United States is the remarkable route extending three thousand miles beyond the reach of the mail-boats in. Alaska. The carriers are descendants of reindeer im ported from Siberia in 1S92, of which there are now twenty large herds in Alaska, notwithstanding frequent newspape...

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

s "ST THB OPEN-TOP ; thine fa jafiaay ear aratttsetnre 1b a iwiMir ear ter gtata roada. aunt Tery Kadi cm tha Hats a tha.sammar trolley ear. except Oat thk ear eaa openB the to as -viQ m the aldee. The our vh built fcy the Pullman Company toe the American Teeriet Awaoctatioa, of Caloaaa, sad was Intended as an observation ear la the great canons of mountainous Mexico. The car was invented by Reaa Campbell, the Mexican traveler, and earns about as follows: Borne years ago when Mr. Campbell was traveling through the great Tameeopo Canon, he had a seat on the ride of the car next to the mountain, tha rocks of the cliff were within two feet of the window, and of coarse he eoald get not even a glimpse of the eanon, as all the windows on the other side of the car were taken np by the occupants of the adjoining seats. Determined to view the magnificence of the canon, Mr. Campbell returned to Las Canoas, and through the courtesy of railway officials made the woiidfimous ride on board what t...

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

'.; ,-' - - '" - - 3 i " r - ' HOMEMADE HILOOFHY. lsalekey Tiaaskis, Ik Fmssylvaala Grft. - Deep otter iz dam. Be Is a haS let. wvjower deep stes. -The weary salad crleerer "sleep, jist m ax the Bide soddy criae far . fee aaeaie saeaths sever cease to aearvatfl there gee fertyuae ix awl at se. Wea yeo save the choiee r sweQerla Cws perittiekel Use, aar tie good sesse to swelter saa. ft Ja better toe ackkase tie wsrld or Isttsaserity than too trust her too far asd git It In the seek. Kassbag aad firod are aUerae tarsia a sew aide too the world, aad sayln: "New taint this hetterr wlmailn sit swrreed too sit a aad sum smb. gtt saarreed is 'to eeenre a clftep cook. The angry sheep will raise a poor warieey or 'wool, jast the seme as the glettea will Talse a poor wariety or wtrtyeo. The reaeoa sasrpeepal dost esapty there psrae l&teo there sed, is beoaws a seller looks, bigger to them than thare bed. Tse sua hoe Is iadlEereat to wimsaia too thare praise asd approval Is a sum ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 December 1900

. V -t - 'I vtc?.- ' '.' "- -V - HEW XO THE 1-IINE. '. ft!!''' i ':; TpPVsT ' fc w- ---- BBaaaassaw - -lw- - m. aTassBassal JaLaaasLr assassS-sxassasssaw U BiiSlfe 3j' vuuK .H rBsssasYx wassam. snsaa BTafaai -nassassssssT yfafam L assamTV Wassam sGaTafal ' .anansansansansansansanSSSSP yKiK BnsanSm.- AnsaBassaj BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajBjB" vjl Vh7 sanssansas 1 ft VOIi. TX THE HANNAH GRD?F1N HOME. AND THIS COLORED WOMEN'S CLUB3. For dme time past the Conservator of tfcie city lias called the attention of the catered ministers omd those women composing- the Colored women's clubs to the wretched -condition -o the "poor little, colored chl!dreawho 'were 00 unfortunate as to fall into tie "hands or clutches or Mrs. Hawiffia Griffin, text after all the preaching and urging done by The Conservator respecting the Hannah Griffin Hprae,.for "Friendless Children." It -only succeeded in bringing down, uponMts a!ead condemnation from the greattmajdrity of colored' women who affiliate with the colored ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 December 1900

at V , 1 ,;1 ' U F . 1 IfV PR" E. r- rm mOAD AX, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ?Ul r-reeatUrate' MJ is ad tisMa Hpheldfcas too BrisciplM.of Democracy, bat Karuisfs, -Catholics, lsroJeiaD.; KulstU t I abor, latebu Heratoas, BinbUeui, Priests, or iw Vwaeti ha their hj, so lose m their messiwstaadmatieiBfle1jkaas. ta broad ;ea ouch for all, eree ajatariajf the teriilrijlatte speak Kaewnastoa. Leeai eeasjssaicatloa -will bar aUettfaa Ota eedyeaoae aids ef the yeper. wwaimOH (tdrtaea)i Ye-r ..... -... ... UM ii;arHitncataiiaaekaawaBttwMeK . i all eesManslrttfrms ia T'" n T?r$a,T HTT, 1MB JLxikws Avsm, CaoeAea. 4VUVB r. TaTLOS, Seats? tad As. aiacttoa bet of a steer against a $5t cean unrecorded in Fhbwm. Ia Xadlaaa.it Is unlawful to bet on an 'election, and the penalty for so dolnc is to pay a sum ranging from the amount bet-to one twice as great to the school fend. HE QUITS , EB WEST. MELVILLE E- STONE TO RESIDE IN THE EAST. Manager- ef Associated Praia Haa 8pBt - Thirty Tears of. aa Ac lira Basine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 December 1900

o6aa6waf us a 0 a 0 Or r Tied Up o When the muscles feel drawn aad 0 tied op aadtbe flesh leader, that tsasloais 0 - & a a Soreness a 9 0 0 ad Stiffoess from cold or over cxcrctee. It lasts bat a. abort time after St Jacobs Oil 0 0 is applied. The care is prosipt &&d sure oegegeoeoegeoegeaeoeaegeoe ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Mvat Bear Signature of Sat TWTWQpGt BttoW FW1EAUCME. FM 1IZZIMEU. FN liUHSIESS. FHTMMUVEI. fH CWSTiPATHR. FBaSJOLIWSiaH. FtRTREptMPLEXIlI 1 ' jra nr .CURE SIOK HEADACHE. PATENTS! MUX) B. KTEVENH fc CI WITHOUT M niluiiDHMiflu Send dncrtiitiaal and rat trf opinion. Br. x, Cll-Mth 8traet. WASH LNGTON. D. C. BriBcaeSfcca: Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit E.In G ilfH uuu. iotm. &&s?&&zg Tridtatu totAetiiHi I. .i'n' lUAniLnd IfflWs ll.Hli' D am .S aT it a MINISTER SAVED In. leiry Ltigfiri. inffftly curt, of NtrvMis PristriilM by Dr. irmt'sKirvura Bleed CBi Nt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 December 1900

ri 6 i !' .' ss r-i--m JW iti .. raVsi. - 3r L--f- - f3 V Jv PERSONALS. tr Patter eC New Terr dealorea ;pwtaelia of heaae eooklag aad ea ereesea eorrow for the coating of what ka.calte fSc Tlnaed en. . ertee; William, the grand dake efJfecldeabarE-Strelltr, has entered efi the fortieth, year of his sovereignty w the grand duchy. ...Mrs. TRoeert Iouls Stevenson and - aer sob, ZJoyd Osboume, are "bulldlngtwo souse In San Francisco ana intend to. make that city their home. f,lrf Ifaasen, the Arctic explorer, f beagh perfectly easy oa the lecture fotform. Is extremely shy and dlffisatta general society and talks -out itrDte Carlos declares that the. recent JffBda. of lasurroctlon In Spain are not fee to hte instigation. It;ta IntiSlated that f sob e of & Carllsta are ready to to to greater extremes than Don CarWsilmBelf. - t.The Unionist opponents ,of Lord Ileeeberry hare appealed to, him to sake a hid for-the leadership 'a the position. The. appeal Js made on the alea that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 December 1900

ySKESS JWWTTTl : - .- HEW TO THErLINE. sc lsaaaaaaaalaHaaaaaaflE. rT MlaW. " ' j w pm nHBhv k b saaa'?- -" rf -5S"P ' U asaH aBaaW aaaafl rVsam aaaaaB pSPaaaW iMKiBiB'BSBWBiX .w X sHHIm?. u SSBBSBl BSBBSSSSW SSBBS9 ISSBBBSax BSSSSSm IjmSSBBBBW rSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSv sBEaaaaaa sBESSSSSSSS7 rnrassy BSBBBBV XfiSSBw - BBBBBBBBk. X aHaVHalsalBaBaBaw .saam I IsaavX sasavlaaaaaaaw sr ScaB, xKBaaamsasa y jC"T fJj&3iZZ aaam. xsam. r aasaW x mA vkx. BBvaHlkrMHHix Mhrv!- JHliipil fsamwaaw VOL. VI. CHRISTMAS. Almost two thousand years ago Jesusthe Prophet of Nazareth and the founder of the Christian religionwas born in the land of Judea the greater portion of his life "was spent in working at his trade, that of carpenter. From his great contemporaries Philo and Josephus, we learn that his parents were so extremely poor, that they were unable to give him sa educational advantages, consequently Jesus grew up to manhood totallj unacquainted with all the rudiments pertaining to an educati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 December 1900

5. THE BROAD AX. WVWWWASWVV aUittltlBMirtaM el Daaesraer. hnt'Fan testa. KaUir cl I fchar. I .BVwwwtMM PitMta. ar tar itols r um B& & aBaBaWftheattaa W MSAta TteJfad tvU a u tipper wfceeltaam la Wm4 wiA fer iL rrer eiitwlec tee Material HcUto aeak Worn te4. Voml wniiwlntiea will bar atteatfemj air as aide ef the pspes. (kdne)i 4MA iBBeaP.- Baaaaa & -.-. BE JftflttiMU1 Hm MiliHHliiin1nl-nmm nn TrUnMirm i ill rnnarnTmlriMfaii lit 'M'wrimr) jsjsc. fBtt Xxxocx Aram, Caseiee, nun 7. TAYLOR, 24tter o4 PahHietn Teles Clara Barton, head ot the "Set Croes society, has placed -with a firm at Kittrell, N. a, an order for 1,090.000 strawberry plants. These plants -will he distributed among the fruit growers ol Texas who suffered so seTerely from the great September storm Some at least of the great redwood trees of California will he preserved, the state having recently come Into possession of atxrat 400 acres of redwood forest through the will of the late CoL...

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