ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Broad Ax, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,789 items from Broad Ax, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,789 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 July 1897

- , cc iP - q"5s: ft t j--,- j-. -, ?, - ft. "j . - i " W - "cV -.' x '.; " -i ," -.sssa-. It is Ebkok alohb whjchI -(sSjg2) rrrtrtr: otseds the Support of, GovernmektjTruth can-J-'i ina xJiXinjA.ii "'a, SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING . STAND BY ITSELF." - 5)V3 TO RULE, THE MONEY fr A ra.i Power or the People." . v AMalr wA 4k CJCHiWAlf V A x ' 4 . it ra iiiv t w m iiirufiN 7w,Vv Hew to the Line. Yol. IL SALT LAKE C1IY, UTAH, JULY 10, 1897. No. 46. -"- - $t aeaw . IMvL .CS" w: . w w - . - -vw.'Ar.eTX ID flniiY - IgT-ggrj nwwg, aU -.W iiyi) 2fxsyv's.. t r& . rAT.wa? i i i -w mzr- awn iviur r-7u -jwiic24bii3 xx . mx ir PRESS "ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW Of the Past and the Future vf the American Negro, by D. W. Gulp, A. M M. D. K. We do not desire to detract anything from the greatness of Abraham "Lincoln, for ire heartily believe that he tras. honest, patriotic and wise; but as we have heretofore stated, we can never regard or , look npon the war President as being the special friend, ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 July 1897

3fB94 'it - - : - . -.-. .- 13 THE BEGAD AX1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "WHI pioialfate aad stall ttae spfceM tea -trM prinetglea f Deaseereey, bat tamers, Cetheetea, Freteataats, Kaisfcts a Ifeer. IaSeta, Momoss, BepacHoaaa, Priests, er any ae eta u have their say, so Jeag as.tselr .teT'lTliTrrrrrit-rrTn'1M''"; The Jlwi Arte a newspaper whose piatJam is 'braid eseata fer all, ever eJatetsg Ike eaateetal right to apeak lei own sUad. Leeal wsalcatlSBs wiH have atteatioa; " 8UBSCBHTION: OwTetr. $2.60 Six Vestas .. 1.00 Three Heaths 1... JO jUrertlatBS rates made knows on appliesties. AMrees all eeaaBBSlcatkiss to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS P. TAxXOB..?BhUher and Editor, tetered at Pottogce as secoad-claaa matter. What extreme adjective of newness be need to designate the Chleego who have organized to com bat the aew" woman and her Ideas of ecaal suffrage? R win Interest Bummer visitors to Maine to know that the fight between the guides and the law of that state...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 July 1897

-r f0Em coRowmm. anaccoontoftheceremony -jjjrti Xade aa OaTertas; " a oMesi Alter Cloth and ma Xafet ef GcM fTcIcblsff a Poaaa Symbolical Bciiltas in the Jnnc Centtny there ts an article on "Queen Victoria's OoroBatlon gall n written by Florence Hayward. jte author takes the following ao (onnt of the coronation- from the 001cial Gazette: Tbe Queen then made the first of her offerings: an altar-cloth of gold placed upon the altar, and an ingot of gold weighing a pound placed In the oblainn dish. This done, the regalia were placed upon the altar, where they rejnnnlon BerVice, and the sermoa all being preliminary to the taking and I signing of the coronation oath. After glpning tne oaux ine yneen was annotated: and the mental picture one Us of her at this moment Is one. of die most vivia. unt urue more than a child either In years or In 6tatnre, she sat in St. Edward's chair, which iras covered with a cloth, of gold, with fald-fitool In front or ner placed. In front of the altar. Four ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 July 1897

wg lis - L u 3te- VERtTE SANSPEUR. tfrvrifthtrBrtHdAxi PImhc allow space iayow rcttsyperto drop a few tbogkts alosg time Jiaes. To tie good people of the colored race of Salt Lake City, Utah, I an forced to ask the question: Are we noruag witk the tide? Thk is a question of local applicatkw. How many dormant -ideas may be awakened by exertion! We jnay always accoaapiwh sore than we cocceive. X recognise the fact that erroneous opinions, perverse dispositions and the inveterate prejudices of many people are the Hans of doing much harm. l&vy, jealousy and prejudice, by ixinf their talons on the most pnoseworthy undertaking, will sometimes defeat their malice. But if a. person is actuated by a sense of doing good only, why delay? "Why not speak while passion fans the lames which imagination does not stimulate, but that which is a Teality? In. conducting the every day affairs of life, common sense is certainly 'a more useful quality than even genius itself. One does not need...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 July 1897

?r5?5 ,J5y.ii.,'ij iW3ni7-- '-fr-'i'lT'T? , A V ' ' ,'--- ' t " L-V.i ..-- ff.' K, - i . J iVJ. -yIt is Ebbor ALONE WHICH; m3fd needs the suppobt of Government;Trdth can STAND BY 1TSELP." W ft"t) f homas Jefferson Andrew Jackson. Hew to. the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CIIY, UTAH, JULY 17. 1897. No. 47. . jf -'. r ' jlml cgc C '-' - - " .. a It Ml s "By the Eternal we i SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING I to rule, the Monet Power or the People." i IB Wkmxis!M&to3M& s& 25v 1 .s- 2T Kgy PKtSS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Culp, A. 21., M. B. in. For two hundred and fifty years prior to the final extinction of slavery in this country through the fortunes of war, all the leading orthodox theologians throughout the length and t'he breadth of our -land .thundered forth from their pulpits every Sunday in flowery and in eloA. 1 .-... m an1 TWftl01fTlPfl TJ1 the world, that God alwavs had 1M.11...1 i,i Kseen, ana mat u...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 July 1897

.-' Q THE SKOAB AX. published weekly "Will esaa)fte ass" it all tbses BfboW the tm prtariplea o Seaectcx. bat farmers, Octettes, .ftetesUBts, XsJgkts of Labor. InMtSs, MatMQM, SepMfcas, Priests, or any era etee eta have tfceir ty so los u their IsncWr It pffT "fl rriT"f n,tTi'TM ff-'i Tke Sread Ax la a. aewsssper -whose platers U tread eeoash for mil, erer dalmlcs tie editorial rlcht to speak Its own salad. Local comsiBEalcatlGa will hire attention; write obIj es ee sMe of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear.. .2.00 SRx Heath LOO Three Moatfcs. .50 Adrertkasff rates made known on application. Address all comainnlcaUoni to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. Publlaher and Editor. Entered at Poetossce as second-claaa matter. Tie bicycle bad to be suppressed la China 2,300 years before tbe Carlstiaa era, It Is alleged, becaass tbe eleetlal ladies spent too much of their time ea it Tbe, feet of tbe Chinese ladles ties most have been much larger Aid lees...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 July 1897

.V EXTEAOEDINARY NERVOUSNESS. -stodfolaed. Coald Cow Xvery Ifhen Walklae Aerees a Carpat. From the Capital, Se&alia, Me. There is probably no oae bettor kaewa is eValia, especially araoss the members f IvTwrst Baptist Church, than Mrs. MsUis r Boe, the wife of Mr. Hoe, the aHraerysta nd nothing is better kaown aaaoag rt lady's acquaintances, than that fer the pst four years she has beea a j&ysteal jk from Iocomotorataxia,ln!taseTeBt I isrm. That she haareceaUy recovered hsr ielth, strength and normal locosaottoa has v-n made apparent by her betas seen freeoently on the streets and ia church, aad tii fact induced a represeafcttive of the Opiul to call on Mrs. Koe to esquire into the circumstances of her remarkable recover. Mrs. Koe wm seen at her hoaseat the -nrnerof Ohio Avenue and Twe&ty-foorth Street, and seemed only too glad to give the Kingnutory 01 ner case ior puouoauoa: Tour Tears ago." she said. "I was at tacked with a disease which the ph...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 July 1897

OFHEMHG OF THE NEGRO BUILDING. ' Knn Dat Jiefe ewtti e Bb. fca smk mee the expdartkm Tfce proceHft waicm took stftoaatt fageamt fckree wles n kagtk wi iHnkftid sore tkan J0,000 ok. Before 10 o'clock m tfee kjt oe tke gate-keepers jaferoetl e that 18,000 persou .M fcate tkrcmgh tke gates. Eferj ymafce f amilj, erery bwiKM tease sad the proprietors of ever kid ,o iadastry employisg iMgro labor gave tfeeir emplojes a Wiliaav and "Mr. Brows" aad Iris wife awl sweetheart owned the city ad the exposition grosad for one gay at least. It was a weUdressed aad well ordered crowd of jolly good aatared people of all sises, colors aal coaditkm. Every street lead-iag-to the exposition ground was packed with sightseers of both raeee who cheered the procession all aioag the line. The Colored American renresentative was hon ored with a seat in the carriage of Chief Hill, aad assisted that represe&tatire the "coamon people ia reyiewing the procession as it passed on its way to the exposit...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 July 1897

y .- f--V V ' ". rArsgjsaasyas It is Eesqr axoots "whichJ NEEDS .THE SUPFOBT OFJ GoverwmentjTruth CAWj STAND BT ITSELF." Tft". Thomas JeffebsoiO Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE -CUT, UTAH, JULY 24, 1897. No. 48. V- -' -! ''By the Eternal we j i shall seewho is going to rule, the Money 4 j Power or the People." i f Andrew Jackson. 1 m ' m f w sww mmmmmwmr - .sz. wx 11 k i fc - 1 1 mi tip i m -s--irHB,iakT-s-i-yN - i'. r MESS ''ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. 0 Ac Fast and the Future of the American Negro, fly D. W. Culp, A. M., M. D. IV. On the 22d day of August, 1862, President Lincoln Teplied to Horace Greeley's letter entitled "The Prayer of Twenty Millions' which appeared in the last issue of the Broad Ax, and Mr. Lincoln's letter can be found on page 250, volume II, of Greeley's "Great American "Conflict." The follow'ing letter voices the sentiments which President Lincoln entertained upon the slavery question at that time: "Executive Mansion, "Washington, D. C, Aug. 2262. "Hon. Hor...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 July 1897

-.x "1. -V ' - THE BROAD AX wmwwi tsaaataittaeaateatfce tree ytiaeietee a Denoefaey; hat tumen, ftttiBlTcir: TrirfT- - Xa4W at Later, laMete, Mdmou, BspaMlMee, iPrtetta, my MeeJaeeaa lave thefe sty? setose totfielr Jaagsace peeper nwttffltxli axed. The Bread .Axis a Minmcr whasc ptatf lafcwed. eaeaafc ar all, ever etebalag the eferial Trtckt te speak Its ewa vied. Local eeatataBfeatleae wfll have atteatloa; write ealy ea e iMeof the paper. stjbscmptiok; Dae Tear. 2. SHx Ueatka X Three aCoaths. ..... AdverUslBZ'Ts.tea made known on appUeattoa. Addreaa all cosamunleattons to THE BROAD ,AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt, take aty, Utah. JUliUS F. TAYLOR. .PaBllafier and Editor. Entered at Postoffice aa second-class matter. The anti-high hat law has reached the Pacific coast Doubtless in a few years no feminine hots will bo wots la places of amusement If woman, could tint realize the troth that her wa-beauty exceeds that of any art of the milliner, no ordinance would be accessary to enable any ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 July 1897

?') ' -? I oawsows conquest. , a Beautlfa! Xxaje bU Control. 'fttotvs had Ene hIs 1'ra3r dowa towa 1 nllg n ntilttvn amtnhla J U3W&UU -a--jeTen melting mood when i came e in the evening ana semeu ujuijfor a quiet hour, with his cigar and says the New xore worm. rnr hp said to his wife p-foTT. here's somethiBg that got ,j sound sense to it. xou usiea j -Kcal glory springs from the silent aucst of ourselves.' Tnavs me Give me the man who Is master himself. I have a perfect contempt - those unbalanced fellows who go all nieces over nothing, and Why, Ait's the matter with thislampi It' pes a miserable light." rI .guess it needs trimming." replied 3. Dawson. Why didn't you have It trimmed dan night?" I didn't know that It needed trim1 should think it was your place 9 know what condition the lamps are a." Humph! It's your place to know tjts of things you don't know. If ad known, as a man ought to know, condition of the drainage pipes on own grounds, we wouldn't have that sickn...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 July 1897

JB - w ?fe w . FREE SILVER WAGONS- -The h-mhw Imitn tuiti Kew York are prcpmar to weleoe the 2cy SmtV wcfMs wfcat titjr xrrire bare from tite Wiwt. wmwm are to start from td Nebraska earlv this itk, ad tbair dertJMttiofxk tie " mem ft eoutry." They are expected te arriTe New York just boat the tiere Jok& C. ffhrnhnn wiU be rail jies the Taatauxiy HaU, tigw iwThoMC.Bttaile gaged ia aboet with the Citueu' Ufiioa. It k dorttfal if Mr. Sheeeaa will xide at the head of-a company of Wigwam troopers to meet the wagoas when they approach this gokUoBg city. It k HBderstood that former Sheriff James O'Brien and former' Seaator Francis M. Brixby and a freesilTer squadron of cavalry, moHHted on cream-colored steeds, are to meet the wagoas between jtfewarkand Gattenburg. ae idea of xJryan missionary Tragoas and their trip from -the free-sflTer TVest to the gold-bug East was the suggestion of "Walter Vrooman, the author of the book eatitkd 'The New Democracy." Each wagon will be accom...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 July 1897

' .SSifj. . t -Tsjr 't; (?$" &". ;-."iwpv i :73 -'.: - . T - - ' r A - "P- v -,- 5 s& I i p J t- ' uT- ? r; r JVA ' "" - v 4 - v- vvj r.. . "u - ; v : "It is EimoR'AXo! "Wflicif y ''BY THE ETEWfAL WE UEEDS TM SuPPOmT OFJ GoverwmentjTruth catt 1 SHALT. SEEfTHO IS GOING II TO BULE, THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF. :o IT A fTY Power or the People." fHOXAs Jefferson Andrew Jackson. .- vHew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CI1Y, UTAH, JULY 31, 1897. No. 49. rST 1 . sn JgCr - ' i Jfix iife..wTJ..., m wr r v u""j sr7wvFwxr3-. ju-.w. -4, i w v. t . r Ts&'rs JZL . ? gar y MESS 'ASSOCIATION - OUR REVIEW. Of the Past end the Future of the American Negro, fly D. IF. CuJp, A. M.t M. D. v. On the 22d day of September, 1862, after a great deal of humming and hawing, and with many misgivings and forebodings, upon the part of President Lincoln, the following proclamation was promulgated by him: "I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America, and Commander...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 July 1897

ur E . T . - T - tP THE BEGAD AX. PUBLISHED WEJ?RTiT.. Will jwNBBlfate a at an Hasaa f$M Ut trae'arlActnieg ot JDeasocsacy, t fcrsaera, CatfcoMes, trotsataats, Xa4ts of Labor. Inleek, Jso toas, HtprtMmnir, Priaata, or any a ctte can have tfcear aay. ao lose u their Ta la proper a4resoBattintj la fixed. Ta Bread Ax la iiemriptr whose plptfern Is broad aaoaffi for all, ever dalmlas tie sWsrtsl rfeat to .apeak its own aalnd. ' LeeL eeaasaaslcatloBa 'will bare attention; wrR.ly oa ose awe of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: Os Tear,.... ,......$2.00 Six JJoatts IM Taree Months ..... .50 AdrertialBg rates" Bade known, on application. vj&drets an coasanlcationi to THE BSOAD , - - ' V 710 Main Street Salt Late City, Utah, JULIUS F. TATLOB..Pnboaaer-and Editor, "Entered at Poatosaee aa second-class natter. It is rnled la New Jersey that a wheelman who is damaged by a col lision on Sunday lias no standing in I 7 court. This is a real tack Jn ths tire, tor when Is so much wheeling dose as...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 July 1897

T . fc- i v ; ' .vn. rzmzi -V--1 f h1 - 'T i t k jISS CORA: HERTZEL. ASSISTANT CORP.ORATIOH COUNSEL OF CHICAGO. ffe, first Weaaaa Eree Afft te a tike Position la the West A Sketch ,n AbWUsh Wobm'i Sasy life. SSISTANT Carjoratloa Coansel Cora B. HlrtzeL of Chi cago, lately ap. -pointed by Mayor .Harrison, walks, (talks and acta like a -woman who likes to be a maa. She doesn't care a fig lorDelaarte; Society sovels are pnllesopMcal llteales. Ske loves Thackeray and Blackstone, writes Tithout patting the point of tie pencil In her mouth, aad whittles with the edge ol the knife Kade toward her body. She plants la foot down hard when she steps, is 10 expert at bringing legal fights to a compromise settlement, wears shirt waists and collars, and the biggest law firms in town trust her with the prepvstion of their briefs. She Is and does tn this, bat she dodges when a man sis her how old she is proof that she is a woman despite the fact that her name is on the office door as lawyer, v Miss...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 July 1897

rv ( - l.a -S 4. Us CHOWMCD WITH SUCCESS, n. Jam IVv IPSaaMK aad tbe jmtwwimm dE the streets ia tbe TJeauty wfcre ii f onei wn tie cmm tae W y la the parade's ttartiacv Tie aarcde ?rae waaatntded or foartea ttroskm oSeers fonainf tie staff of Cae Manlul ftrertoa laykr, irao, xaatod by mImbWs of tbe staf, aeaurabij MUMted we paraae, ooaoiaenag its taadatow ; oae tiae iaextricaHt coaf asee1 dmetose. The Jrst amsioa coasfctecl of the bkyck corps, eeck wheel gaily I, every rider sittuag like & eeatanr or bis steel steed sad all r awnagirith the regakrity of am anay. This atrisioa was jast in the rear of the pktooa of soaated police mad the head that receied the procession, makkg a saostfaorable first impression upon the crowds along the liae of march, irhieh was down Market from Samaser to Broad and thence out Broad to the Ceateanial gates. ' Tbe secofid division was com posed of 100 members-of the colored iirkioa of the Grand Army of the Bepablic knd the local colored milit...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 August 1897

&$if3f& T .1 - c -'? It is Erkob aloxi it bich ''By the Eternal fJE, NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF G0VERNMfeNT;TRDTH GAN STAND BT ITSELF." SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING .&$& to rule, the Money ta'BPower or the People." ' Ihomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson. k Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 7, 1897. No. 60. - - - -:-. W 4 ' tzC m rrxlfX( j ) j) j .lWjwWj,:) , s PRESS' ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro', by D. TV. Culp, A.. 3., M.D. VI. If all the members of our race were only broad-minded enough to banish from their minds all their prejudices and handkerchief-head ideas Trhile -they are engaged in perusing the proclamation which President Lincoln promulgated on September 22d, 1862, they will observe that Mr. Lincoln gave Jefferson Davis and his associates one hundred days to consider whether or not they would accept his- (the President's) proposition, which reads as follows, that if the people r...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 August 1897

O t k 1 ' Q H J!4i - THE BEGAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 'Wilt jwewsleato ui at all time ep&eM t&e tree eriartotee et Democracy, feat tamers, CeteoMce, Proteetasts, Kalatz of Later, Is'Utie. Vothu, BeeeMleaM. Erleate, or aBy eae eteeaa hare their aaj, so loa as their kageace la eweeraaOTeeBoaalWHtyte fixed. Tee gread Ax J a newspaper -whose platfans is bread eaesga tor all. erer claiming the editorial right to apeak its own mini. local eemauBlcatloBa trill feaTe attention; -write oalj on one side ot the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear :... 00 Six Months . LOO Three Months........... - -50 Advertising rates aide known on application. Address all commnnlcatloDS to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street; Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOE.. Publisher and Editor. . 1 Entered at Postoflce as second-class matter. The j-crang Khedive Is described In a letter from Cairo as not la the lefst dtetingutehed-Iooklng. He has a baby eosiplexloa of pink and white, a goodB&t...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 August 1897

-.-1- '. r t : X .. -f . GAMBLER'S I'OETUNE. eseasaseBesseaessaa COL- WILLIAM L. BLANCHARD" LIVED A DOUBLE 1.1FE. jjjtney aoes w usrait aus xsretaer -S1S BUI IsxetV tko Shovel "Welder sad 32d Degree Mason, rosed 'as a Elc Swell. HE fortunes of William L. Blanchard, known nearly all orer this conntry as Col. Blancaard, - the gambler and faro mas, and In South Bralntree v as "Bie Bill .Lee- -- gett," the shorel -welder In the Ames foundry many rears ago, wiu go vu au ume. Thomas Leggeu, wno ap xo wis time of his good fortune pushed cart around the streets of Kcw York as a collector of old rags. Blanchard died about a year jgo at Oceanic, U. T., leaving an estate of between $70,000 and $50,000, but jt was only last February that lawyer George A. smythe or tnis city succeeded in finding the heirs. The dead ambler left no wilL but he provided far a number of people in such a way that they received large sums of money is soon as his death was announced. One of them was a woman living a lo...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 August 1897

?- w t, "-T rv.: CROWNED WITH UCCEC.-I iu. cxrxr kill's AiW j0 Vy tW clmb Ckiaf H area aad Mivered tbe f aUoiraddress: "Laflias aad . geatlaaaem: It is pleasiag to the BQanagcaaemt o ow Ceatefraial, aad exceedisfiy gratifyiag to ike aard-irorkiBg, faithfal BaeaTbffl of my comnitteee, to see ye acre today. We bare believed fro tke feegiaBiBg of the work that 'right will -prcYaiL aaa we tiuak GocLfor tais, aaotber proof ot ok goodaesa. We -welcome 70a aere today. We wkh t&h oae of ike Btost aaapy occaeioas of tow exkieace. We will sot keep yoa iatkk Aaditojimm, bat let yoa go wkere yoa will aad eajoy the beauties of tkk, oar Boataiaaa s greatest exposiooa, (Apalaaae.) "Yet we ask tkat you listen to a few words tkat aaay, at least, do no haras. KWe are a strange mixture of kanan poadailities, and our conditious aad opportnaities are eqaally as atraage. We ave a free body, kat not a free soal. "We are arrayed ia citizens' ctetkiBf , bat do aot enjoy ,a citiaea's privilege. W...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x