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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 24 January 1903

MEMBERS OF COHGRESS. gtor Hoar ia well-to-do. His fcjaay his been in comfortable cir- instance for generations. He has jived carefully, though well, and his possessions have increased moderate- ly with time. Riihard experts in congress yield , .,. Canntnr ATnTloi-t tn . .( naim i "" - .j . wi' Ma, whose work with the cue is of the hiffhest order. Only Congressman Cochran, of Missouri, and Congress man Lanham, o Texas, are supposed be in his class, and both concede tie Florida man's superior skilL The roll call of millionaire senators j the Fifty-eighth congress Trill itand about as follows: Clark, Han ua, Depew, Piatt, Kean, Dryden, El jins. Bard, Kerens, Perkins, "Wet Bore, Proctor, Scott, Quay, Alger, and Addicks. Perhaps about one sen ator in erery six is a real lire million lire. Senator Dubois was feeling a bit cut of sorts and on the advice of his physician went to Atlantic City for some sea air. "How did you make oat?" the senator was asked on his return. "Not Tery well," Dub...

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. — 24 January 1903

r- r u t. A , jtt j -. .. CHIP. 1m W. WashJagtm is again work lag la ihfl city attoraay, oflce. - K seese to be a forgone cobcIbbJoq that Alderman Michael Hclaer&ey will be reaoalnaied sad elected to the city council from the 30th ward. v Joseph Jamie, the bis South Hakted street brewer, is being urged by bis maxrjrfrle&ds to 'become a candidate for llderaan la the 29th -ward against Alderman Frederick A. Hart P. VL Murphy, 4550 WaHacestreet, win, become an. Independent c&ndi- date for Alderman of the 80th Ward. He is a laboring man. and expects to recede a large per cent of the labor vote. Albert J, Hopkins, who favored the . disfranchisement of the Negro in the Southern States, has been elected to the TJnltd States senate from Illinois and there is much rejoicing among the Afro-American Republicans. Alderman Frank L. Race Is one of the hardest workers In the city coun cil. He Is always ready to stand up for right and Justice, and some day The Broad Ax expects to see Fr...

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. — 31 January 1903

HEW TO THE JL. 1JIV E. Vol. vm. CHICAGO, JANUARY 31, 1903 No.i4 r REVS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN MUR- RAY, D. R. WILK1NS, AND THE BROAD AX. Last Saturday the Old Church Or an contained a very long milk and wmit article on Itself. Rev Abraham i Uficoi" '"'; . . ..-,.. . jsd whoever wrote the mixture of lies rtfflluds us of the low-bred dog or Jack-leg preacher which returned and t or lapped up all Its vomit which It ltd spewed out of its own mouth. The utfcle or the alleged article, which tears the ear-marks of Rev. A. Lincoln Harray. for it sounds like it was writ tea by some immoral preacher, who is gifted in stringing out Jack-leg lies to order at wholesale prices. Starts out denying that Rev. or Elder Wilkins ever intimated that "he was in favor of jotag before the grand jury for the parpose of getting the writer indicted.' We would not believe you under oath. Rev or Elder Wilkins, but we will simply ask you one or two ques tions Did you not inform a man who works in the City Hall, and a ...

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. — 31 January 1903

1 THE BROAD AX. jTjmoxnjtfW)rr fcjfcssamBissBii s saisi iadittfteaBteUttlb lofrxaccgMy.bCttteclteriotMUnti, Tupflwi rrrmiTW iwnos isaxAnuff asstieif labor, or sayeaa U mbumI r, so lass w Sassr leasee t preps? sad ruszoo. Ths Breed Axta i MiHwrwtew tlrali rigattospMXHiewBsalsd. Local uiiiininnlrntlrns w nostra tttnuon. Write cat? ones aids ox taapspcr. 8mfeseWptteaamiHbspidtndTB. Oas TMf .... Stx Siestas., .100 . 1.00 rretef oadaksovn oaappUcttlea. 10 i TH. BROAD AX 690 Armour Arams, Cfekaeo. JUU.UB T. TATIX)B,ltarBBdriibUthsr. at tie Port Office at Chfcag, &, as Seceae-chsi Hate. A Terrtblo Sams. The king of Greece has an aid de amp who rejoicea in the name of Psppadiamantopoulos. In the ordi nary course of things, the gallant colonel -would accompany his Hellenic majesty on his travels abroad every summer, but his same was found to leare a train of dislocated jaws in the royal wake; moreover, it was charged as two words in telegrams ad was mutilated by telegraphists keyosd all ...

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. — 31 January 1903

jgS SUBOHBAH GIGGLE. CATCHHTG CRABS POR MARKET. "'1?Z,SOm OBK-f- Fe,WBia,U-- . it no doubt about it, in my T " i- .fair suburbanite. B, rO".. , VnWIr TfHnni inc- to tae "" -.- - - J". . . - livinc in the tattle deteno -y -- The men give up arawag and become slovenly in CU" . a .1m. hmit their pparei anu .-- - KStfclty. which is very recogniz. iaed, "is that they all acquire a ' ,v1oti to each other in lace end manners. This shows especially anions wc jwu-ij v i,i vMn born and bred fteel suburbs. I do not mean L .nni. At 1L" she explained. m talking of those of a good Bocial who are weu cuimwicu emu iw ,1 lint nrlin Tlowrt nl: STt&pelessly provincial. As I belong F,w ,.; mvself."sheinterpolat- IBP K"w ' klm&ke no doubtthatlamasbadas rest Have you eTer nouceu, oj ... vnr -rnanv countrr "women l i.- nm onrimiK- nervont little lire uic BAMw Lea? Now. I am sure that must be L- .tint-Han Urin. for T 'ho.TT' Hard precisely the same giggle at LfOT mirthlrcs. spasmodic cachinna- jg, ...

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. — 31 January 1903

r. I P m m IK.U CHIPS. Joseph H. Hadlmn, who baa had charge of tie Board of Trade Balld fag for aaay years, stm has faith la tie good 'work The Broad Axis per forming In behalf of the Afro-Asaert-caa race and he Is always willing to pay oat his aoaey to help rapport it t t -Dto.. Tonuu. t Wr.TvM aad'iaeW of the other big fellows In the 30th ward, are hollering and shouting for James C. Slaney for Al- J-,-.. .a r- tji.. i. i..f had b good show-ef securing the nom - lnation for'he. Is wU known through- out the 30th ward and the Town of Lj ni-rTTTv r LL v ' quette BuBdlng, has been chosen sec- retaryiof the employers association of Chicago, and this new honor or posl - tlon thrust on Mr. Job, does not make him feel his oats half as much as being the happy and proud father of a new baby girl and It and Mrs. Job are getting along very jjlpgj- ". t. i o v- inAA Dr. A. Beatrice Schulte. attended . . , , . ...., the Knight Templar's grand charity ,. x , n it , -r j.. ball at the Coliseum An...

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. — 7 February 1903

' "U I HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. vm. CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 7, 1903 No, 15, THE TERRIFIC LEGAL BATTLE B ETWEEN REV. ABRAHAM UN COLN MURRAY AND COMPANY AND JULIUS F. TAYLOR IS NOW ON IN THE CRIMINAL COURT OF COOK CO. Saturday, December 20th, 1902, Rev. Abraham Lincoln Murray and his chum, William H. Ward, appeared be fore the Grand Jury of Cook County and after listening to their plaints that august body, which only hears " one elde of every question which is brought before it, and which is a relic of the dark ages, returned after ma-1 tore deuoerauons an indictment against Julius P. Taylor for criminal libeling Rev. Abraham Lincoln Mur ray. Shortly after being apprised of the actions of the Grand Jury,' Attorney Robert M. Mitchell promptly signed oar bond or bonds, and we never lost one hoar of sleep over the matter up to the present time. In order not to have the indictment hanging over our head until Rev. Abraham Lincoln Murray was good and ready to skip out of town by the light of the moo...

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. — 7 February 1903

U t THE BROAp AX. FUBX4BJLLU VHJULLT. eas'aaiaaasaaaaaeiaaa TB proawlfate sad at aB tlsee npfeold ae tew prtaatpl a Deaoeney. bet Catsettea. Frotaatasta, Frleita.lBfldeta.TaiBmi.Bte-la Taxera,BpBlll caaa,XatgB$a of labor, or aayesa te cassava retpnpttftHfty la teed. TteBroadAxIa a neapaprwaeae platferiot broad eneasa for all, erer cUlantng the editorial rigfet to apeak Ita own aded. local eoEBumlfitioni will receive attention. Write oaly oa osa aide id me paper. BsbaeripUoaa sait ba paid la advance. Oea Tear.......... COO Stz HoaUu. 1.00 Ad Addreaa rataa made known on anelieaHon. cegaanleaMoai to THE BROAD AX. 599 Araatmr A venae, Cblearo. JULIUS T. TAYLOR, Editor aadPnblUber. Eatercd At the Pott Office At Chicago, EL, u Secoed-clAa Hitter. A Terrible Haat. The king of Greece has an aid de camp who rejoices in the name of Pappadismantopoulos. In the ordi nary coarse of things, the gallant colonel would accompany his Hellenic majesty on his travels abroad every summer, bat his name w...

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. — 7 February 1903

L jgg sUBURBiH GIGGLE. ..Ain Caahiaaaitsa n'rr;-. -. P Town Bealaeata. I ;. . Hnnbt &bont it, in my 12? parked a fair suburbanite, W& !:.,. w York Tribune. .-i. r livin in tie le aeic""- - i .jjc UCM 6" XT a am m. fnTP mi unKKijiv Ainner ana dccuu . j .ppsrei ana c -- 5: . tho women acquire a cer- rMticity, which is Tery recogniz- He funny p" iV " " med, "is that they all acquire a resemblance to eacn ouier in tee and manners, xms snows especially among1 the young .iin have been born and bred ateel suburbs. I do not mean SL nnle at all," ahe explained. ia talking oI those of a good social l who are well connecveu sua rea-vi- .ii nff. but who. nevertheless. v-rTMtlr TirovinciaL Aslbelons tie species myself," she interpolat- I suppose l can say wmi j. piease, jniakenodouDi.inanamasDao.aa rest Hare you ever noucea, oy t bj, how many country women . h ume curious, nervous little Era? Now, I am sure that must be to to roDuroan imnjfi iur x aaTc Erd nrecisely the same giggle at Sf...

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. — 7 February 1903

1 55' i A ''e.i i S5S1 11 IS v " fl. tTrtar pis-. ws 5 O R ti CHIPS. ago the Old Chares. Or- Tear gaa maintained that "people bad some rights -which preachers like Revs. Abraham Liacnln Murray, Archibald James Carey, -were booad to respect," bat at the present time the Old Church Organ is of the opinion that these two devines are greater than God himself, that they are so pore and holy that no one outside of Itself $has any right to refer to their good or 'bad actions. 40BBB7 Getm Brem. Mother Why, Johnnyl arent you ashamed, of yourself strflcbur your little brother? Johnny Fm doing1 it for his own good, ma, and it hurts me more than it does him. "Woman's Home Com Banian Sore- Enosxtu dmrch There is a waiter over in oar place named Scales. Gotham Ah! Expects erery one to tip Mho, I suppose? Yonkers States man. Mrs. Winditrftti Are Mr. Forkpacfs table mnnersbad? Mrs., Iolcealde You bet. He picks his tee& with a'pen knife instead of a f ork. 3fr Y. Herald. Of Caurue Hot. Mamma Dau...

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. — 14 February 1903

1 - - - rM ' t;.-. - - bibh bbbbbbw bbbW I bbbbV bbbbbs tSBhJBaV bHbCsbbbbVbV y5IbbB ebbbbw Pfi. srsstr bbbbbbv v 9 jb mmbbbbbBy yBaV I bbbbBl bbbb 3BBBr uHk y5S?bbb1 issBHs tt jsb T"BBel xTafcBr r . i TWBBBgr -t'bbI'i BBbb .JBbbbIBjBT vr-'SSSBSSHBBfBiy '(HBBBajBBBBaa TBBHBIS"-" " vHbbbIbsbIbv tSBsTs1bb1bj bbsBBhBbbbbT HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. vm. CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 14, 1903 No, 16. rf REVS. LITTLE BILLY WARD, ABRAHAM LINCOLN MURRAY, ARCHI BALD JAMES CAREY, JASPER" F. THOMAS, AND D. R. WILKINS WERE UNSUCCESSFUL IN GETTING THE BROAD AX EXCLUD ED FROM THE lNITED STATES MAILS. Saturday, November 29, 1902, the OW Church Organ contained a very bitter article or harangue against JhIIhb F. Taylor. It was the aim and the object of the article, which, it Is claimed, was Inspired or written Sby Revs. Abraham Lincoln Murray and -Archibald James Carey, to Incite soae hot-headed fool to shoot or stab hs to death. (Then on Sunday morn lag and evening, November 30, after the appearance of the article ...

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. — 14 February 1903

;e :-il 9 ' I V r tf V ABRAHAM LINCOLN The Martyr President as a Citizen and as a Statesman Bora rcferoory 12,1809. jl' JHE crowning act In the ad ministration of Abraham U Lincoln as president of the United States -was the emancipation of the slaves of the south. There is no doubt but that he had determined on thirf long1 before the signing of the proclamation announcing it. He certainly desired it. Previous to his nomination for the presidency, in 1858, during his canvass for the Jfii Hif ft Mk& xSr Mf li -..'TTiySJBiWA .ymSS!' ' - MsyzJE, anil .. ,, fciffl ipi""l" "W mI, jWK -5 -." LINCOLN HOHESTEAD AT SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Which Was tte Onln Eeal Estate Lincoln Ever Owned. Now the Propertn of the State of Illinois. United States senatorship, he said in a speech delivered in the city of Springfield, 111.: "A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this govern ment cannot endure permanently half slave and half free. Either the opponents of slavery will arrest its furt...

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. — 14 February 1903

"tj, TALK AT CAPITOL. catorPettns, of Alabama, is wear Jtpair of eyeglasses he purchased iScretaiy to D- S JJxnade a member of theMayflower StDdants. He is descended from rr Chilton, who first set foot on 5jouthBock. A. friend met Congressman Buppert, Kew York, and said: "Jake, I came ,t from home without any money S morning. Letme have a couple of jrs, will yon? I want to get tend." "Say," observed the con- zLmBJi as he handed over the money, toshaves you-Pierpont Morgan?" Congressman Crnmpacker, of Indi- jj. while in Indianapolis recently, ue- Zgn& for one of his constituents aposi- jka in the filerooms of the state capi- jj jjg requesicu mc uiou w tuiuc a, t once. The constituent hastened ..-Indianapolis. He earned with him i satchel full of files of every variety jjat a machinist could devise. Senator Hoar heard the other day that an old lady in reduced circum jtances had a fine portrait of Daniel fftbster. The senator, who owns the largest and finest collection of Web tteri...

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. — 14 February 1903

II Jfl ft I x rf 11 i S - ? -, THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED asd at aH ItaM s&e!4 h traa priseiples of BoBoeracp, ptCtnnWw. Protastutii Prints, IaSdels. Tanner. Stsiie TaxercSessBU- caaa, KBHftta k Later, r any ana tM eaabaT their aar.asleBffBa their laegnc preparasd rwpoEsrMIKj ia fixed. Tbs Broad Ax Is a nenpapar'vfaoaf platform Is broad eaooffh for aH, im cUlrnrtna; the editorial rlffct to apeak lla own salad . Local r nrnmiiHli itlom vfll reeelre attention. WrKa oaly oa eae aide ot tse paper. Bnfcecripttem awt be paid In adTtaee. va X6ir 8.00 EJ1X SBBWmNII IMlll(tlMIMt - 1.00 Adrerticlse rate made ksewa oo application. Addreaa all eoffifflaateattoBs to THE BROAD AX SMS Araosr ATesee.Celeaco. JTJLTPS T. TATLOB, Zdlter asd PnfcUsber. Entered at the Poet Office at Chicago, I&, as &cead-ckss Hatter. CHIPS. Mrs. B. Joknson, who is oae of the hard -workers In Bethel Church, was In Judge Neely's court last "Wednes day Teady to take the witness stand and swear that Rev. Abraham Li...

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. — 21 February 1903

ILLLLm JM fl P'lx vK 5tJKa iLLfliHflLftLLLflL& ybELLLR fLLLLv v wG?Kr r bLLLL HEW TO THE LIJNE. Vol. vm. liisiof? Julius F. Taylor or Rev. Ab raham Lincoln Murray Tie controversy now raging bo- ; jjn these two gentlemen is caus- jj, nunsual disturbance in the cir cles of colored society, and thus far tie judgment of many of -these peo ic is unreasonable. Let us look gas this unpleasant controversy be tween these twb men from an un prejudiced standpoint and see if we can conviBce the public which one of these two men Is right arid which is wrong. fro111 "what I have read aad from what people have told me about Rec Abraham Lincoln Murray I tm persuaded to take sides with Mr. Tutor and shall insist that he is right and is contending' tfor those prisclptes and practices which should obUin and be the rule adhered to by iH good christian people everywhere; asd that the rule which the Rev. Abraham Lincoln Murray and his ad mirers and friends are contending for k wroug in theory and in ...

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. — 21 February 1903

it - II I;m dBssLn sHsLMPT-. if' ' - s si KSHINGTON AT VALLEY PORPE, " y 'Coprrifbt, 188B, hj A. N. FTER having been stabbed by Brutus, and immediately pre ceding his death, Julius Caesar, in one of the most intensely dramatic scenes ever enacted upon the stage of real life, said: "I have provided for every thing in my, life excepting death, and now, alas! I am to die, though entirely unpre pared." How different were the last dying words of George Washington: "It is well!" Both were great, as the world measures greatness, but when the curtain fell their last words revealed, as nothing else so forc ibly could, the relative merits of their earthly deeds to true greatness. Washington retired from the presiden tial chair on the 4th of March, 1797. His death occurred on the 14th of December, 1799. These nearly three years of his life were spent happily and peacefully at bis beautiful Mount Vernon borne, superin tending his large estates and enjoying a health that promised a lease of life...

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. — 21 February 1903

g BROAD AX. yUXJUXi . .. .rwi t all Use fipboM be trw lasSfegggesam jafcM f rteir UnsW 1 proper and ...... TwtotVT wheee pUttera tr Kt2k Its oira Bind. Lr:iieUon will receive atteatiea. P . . vw TMld in adrsaee. rar 100 JM BLcrtrade known on application. igfnnmDlcUoBto THE BROAD AX S040 Arsosr ATenne, Chicago. jriirSF TATLOB, Editor aisdPnWlther. - it the Pott Office t Chicago, DL, Second-class Hatter. NMro Who Defended Jeff Davis. K jaCkson. Miss., dispatch state tJt the postofflce incident at Indian- jerves to recall the fact that the Itst Negro appointed to a public of jtg in Mississippi was Charles T. Utatgomery. a former slave of Jet ferson Davis, and brother of I. T. jjontgomery, now the government re ceiver of public money at. jacitson. Charles Montgomery was elected to General E. 0. C. Ford, the military -OTemor of Mississippi, as a justice a the peace, and served quite accept ably in the office. i t Montgomery, the receiver of pgWis moneys, is on of the best taown Negroes i...

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. — 21 February 1903

1.' $ ; ' t, lW yf I fcfr. sht- I I I" V -E. 'V '" .... - ' CHIPS. . Josee P. Jaak's frieads coBUaae to pass his boost along for aldetsaa of the 29tk ward. AB. Heater, dealer la cigars and tobacco, 134 West 51st street. Is meet log with SBCcess la selling The Broad ' Ax. The Oak Leaf Art Club will give its annual ball at Arliagtoa hall. 31 street and Indiana aveaue, Moaday evening, Feb. 23. Wetmore Harris, one of the colored heroes, who made a miraculous es cape from the battleship Maine, died - In Richmond, Va, last week. CoL A. D. Gash spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the State Capital, Springfield, and appeared before the committee on elections in the Inter est of James T. Pendergast James E. Daley, ex-county commis sioner, and at the present time Deputy Sheriff, Is slowly recovering from the effects of spraining his ankle a few months ago. Moaday evening, Feb. 23, the Ap pomattox Olub gives Its second an nual Informal ante-Lenten soiree at the Douglass Club House, 35th and Ellis' ...

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. — 28 February 1903

VI vIp HEW TOiDXeECE LipNTE. VoLVHI. CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 28, 1903 No. 18. is Within the past two months every newspaper of any importance la all sections of this country ana even thnwgioBt the old world, have con tained many elaborations on the pro priety or the Impropriety of Presi dent Roosevelt selecting an Afro American to serve as collector of the Port at-Charleston, S. C, and Inviting several colored men who are In the emptor of the government, and their famiUe$ to attend a public or an ordinary reception at the White Hoase. Many of the editors and writers of these newspapers assume the po sition, fehat President Roosevelt, Is not sincere in the attitude which he has assumed recently, respecting the right of the Negro, to hold office. Especially in the Southern States, that he Is simply pretending that he entertains a warm spot In his heart for the Negro In order to capture his vote In 1904: that in all his -past offlcal acts he never dsplayed any great amount of admiration for ...

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. — 28 February 1903

THE BROAD AX. FUBUSHKD 'WEEXXT. 'ift wmproanlCTtsaaastsHttgesBphnlatBstrgt '" prlaetplwrfP!nriKlnijj,bBtCitboHc.Prottunti, v PttoniXasdsl.rftrmas, starts Tsxen, Bepefeil- .,-.- cai.011 ot .Labor, or 6170s eif easBsre 4 Ocir7.MhBjru taelr Uscuc ispropersnd TaaBrosdAxls a nevtpsper whose pUtfarmU broad ssoscb for sB, srer clUmtng tie sdUerai rlgat to speak Its ova aOad. Local rmrnnTmlttMrmi -win reelra attesttoa. Writ oaty on ess side ot the psper. " SsbscrlptlessBBitbepsldinadTasce. , On Ter..... jtoo Bit Mnsttn..... loo Adrertu&it rates nuuje known on application. Address su comsaalesuosi to THE BROAD AX B840 Araoar Arenas, Chlesfo. JULIUS T. TAYIAB, Editor sad FubUUier. Entered at the Post Office at Chicago, EL, as Secood-cka Matter. Plain Food on 1107ml Tables. There is a considerable list of illustrious persons who have been content with the simplest pleasures of the table. It was not thought un dignified at Windsor in Queen Vic toria's time to serve apple tart for luncheon, ...

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