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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 February 1898

ii -' aaaaasaaeaaaai , J A LIVE 1MVL Him Jrc G. Newl.Btk ot .9rad)MK fcfred a letter io ttaMwreiarjrof tbe treasury, m prfctek fee adroestfe the expedient oftaftkuig silrer coinage a purely America qtkra. He shows that the western hemisphere "produces jseerlj- for-Sftbe xt the silrerof the world, a&d he argues that tiroofk the medium -oE a pamAtBcrieaa afreeraeBt, we can rego late the price of the metal so as to - Teatore its-actual parity at 16 to 1 or any other ratio we may sec fit - io adopt. Aa importaat feature m Mr. . Newlaads's scheme is the substitution Ik all American countries ofc real money for representative aieeey. He quotes from the mint mrector-s report lor toyaiosnow that the uncovered paper money is as follows: titt United States SUO.700.000 JCexk.. . .4 ,..'... , 2.0U1000 ' Central American states, . . 8,000,000 South American atates . . .. 550,000,000 Total 4 gmV70Q,000 He then adds: We have then nearly 1,000,000,000 of representative money for which w...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1898

.v; .. fr 4 . - . .-. - i&;i& 4? ""ix IRITIS iSEMOXJLiOTI WJUCHtf ;-.- .V; t -rL - i" l : ?l-'r .'rwr'" ' ' - ''By the Eternal we H1EDS THX OUFPOXr OF (yOVEfcXMXlf TTltUTB CAK SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING STAND Y ITSELF. ' -T ?6. TO RULE, THE MONEY ftj'c)' TntarxiTS AnniTTti Dwvh w " fgAlfiO TWgPDPlT ' Awn au va, xxiJk X AUfMiA Andrew Jackson. ?s - '- -.-. Hew to the Line. Vol. I1X SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 5, 1898. No. 28 w. sg Jk?vL &Q2&- & ,"7 . ? !"- ' lv IM fcESSTs. i'AV n 111 iv 1 kr ri iik MViiBf itfsAVA a'-xxt MESS! sssonsnsROUR REVIEW. 0 the Past and the Future of the America Negro D. W. Gulp, A. M., M. D. XXIII. THE NEGRO AND HIS XK8HIB8. In the last Issue of the Broad Ax we referred to the formation of the lily white party andaaintaiaed that it was organised for the purpose of prerentinR the negro from controlling the southern wing of the Eennhlican party. But we do non deem that it k absolutely necessary to review al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1898

o )' THE BBOAD AX. PUBMWDED WMKLT. i as a all ttesfspfceM tks tm twiaeistas'iaC Tf oesacy. nt ftraMts, Ostfcettos. ftitWiMi, Talghts s Lafcer. Is- " Stoat. Memos, Bss sH c. fries tt. f say isas etMas taw taalr Sty, s Iss SS tMr y timgf to srss- saa MsssasftlHty to East. . ike Bnri Jtx to sswsftiut -wkaae stet Jsca to areas essog sr U, erer -tall the esMtscitl rsjat to speak Ma m t4. Eecsl csassB&lcsUetta wtH btc atteatloB; writ Jy M ose arte ef the ssser. SUMCRIFIIOX: Ose Tear. 2.a Sx "Hoaths ... im Three Months........ J6 Afl reiHsta rates aade kaowa os applies tion. Address all commnaicatleas to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mate Street, ' ' Salt Late City, Utah. fivatCS F. TAXLOB..PaUsBer aad Sdltec Entered at Postofflee as access-class matter. - ?" Believing la the possibility of rccovsrins fea Iron contained in low-grado .ore. and so bringing vast tracts of hitherto worthless magnetite Into commercial value, Mr. Edison lias devoted six years of time and nearly thretj sallllon d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1898

BARONESS OP HIHSCH. tgWtthteff Aaaac TWf Xaca' It may be of teterevt to aw wke hare read of tbe cfcirlttMewrla ear-? led on bj the phlhtntlwepiMt "BaroaMag de Hlrsch to knotr how ahe reoefrea jar first Impetus In tMs efclrectSea. It was while she-jr8 vtoilag J Coajtanflnople some years ago. She hail Jnst lost her only soa, amd seeking distraction from her grief, her thoughts turned to others aad their trials. She spent days and days and sights also investigating the miseries of the poorer classes, 'slvIHMablgf, to use a popular expression. It was all a revelation to her, and she at once went to -work with that energy -which is one of her marked characteristics, to organize committees to- Investigate and relieve distress. The first De Hlrsch home for girls x;bo need a temporary rcfage "was founded In Constantinople. Slace then other homes have been established by the baroness In Belgium, Austria, her native country; Paris, wliere he resides, and -within the last few months she has fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1898

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 March 1898

, -.- ?.-: r" r. . -? M - iT f . V c . - v- . -i. ..v U -A v. --.., VJ "IT IS ERBOR-AIttWE WfllCHf 1.' " - - J, CJr.-V - ' GTs'S 5SS ''By the Eternal we yv lit; us amj ourfujir ur - GovERX5TErrr;TRpTH cAisa '-:, SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING; to role the Money STAND BY ITSELF." , -i :- Power or the People."' nnwr -- i--B-i - ' ' SUA. " . I, - t 3- ' . ' . Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 12, 1898. ' s No. 29 ir. llte rHOXASTEFPEB 7 IV-J 'Ik IBS &&&St&iS&i&Z& X . f L ir m - . - PRESS! ASSOCIATION HON. FRANK J. CANNON AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. During the first great state campaign the Salt Lake Tribune sank its poisonous fangs down deep into the flesh of U Tionest men who were opposed to Cannonizing and Goodwinizing the United States Senate. It poured out its vials o filth and corruption upon the heads of all who had the courage to intimate that church influence was being...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 March 1898

THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WSSKLT. im iwtasfette sad t mil Haw mHH the tree prtselete of Dessecrser. af tsxiaew, CaHuHes. fmtmatt. Katfkt of Liber, lartr. MwaoH KeeofcllcaBs. Friett. oruy tare ta-atraay, se lMg a tUr Uigmt to prafw ay onftltltr to faed. -The BraeS Ax to a aevtyayerrltose platfans to bread esmgfe far sll. erer cUlmto the esBterial rijnt to ape Ks own lalad. Leeel coMinafertto wUl haTe attestls; write oary on fie aide of the paper. 80BSCSITT30N: Oee Year. ....$2S Six lloata..; .... L96 TSree Heaths,.... ...J .59 AdrerttoUts rate made kBOtra on applies 4!0B., Address U commBElcatlOM t THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Late City. Dtab. JUilTJS F. TATL0E..P8blUber and Editor. Eatercd at FostoSce as aeceed-clus matter. ? ' i "While trying to squeeze the life out st a little independent oil concern in Boston, which commands the sympathy of the entire public not in monopolistic chains, Mr. Rockefeller sends another check for $200,000 to the president of Chicago university fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 March 1898

'MAN v; tie shoals fcave been dead. But he wasn't, because- j-rh,rr aothlnff succeeds like There it no withstanding the Hriag irn. cieat of the man who snoold be dead, who isot dead, but who weald be dead, bat for . preserving medicine. That about the -iritaeetaed to strike Editor Lawrence, of the Ohio Farmer, Cleveland, Ohio. He ras afflicted with one of those cold that have. Uonaanda of times over, culminated ia consumption, when sot promptly cared. In this condition he met a friend, a conlataptive, whom he liad not expected to hr the editor jnst as wonderfully, giving "almost Instant relief." Sat read bis letter: About two months ago, T was afflicted with a bad cold, and. meeting a friend, he sdrised the use of AVer's Cherry Pectoral which, he claimed, had helped him wonderfully. As he was a consumptive, whom X had not expected to see alive for several years, i cobciuueu ucicsih oc acni in this preparation. I accordingly bought couple of bottles, one of which Z keep on rears, x c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 March 1898

"'I if "M, ??- rf 7"C- . l . , - ;::. :i. i? csn , 9 - d HOftVHADLEY D. JOHNSON Oir;SMw4-3fardi f, ire eaSel to par ear raapaeta. ia tac above MfW geatlwaaa, aal we foaad .X r Jgfcasoa taeling aake vefi aaWI aetire for a aatkaaaa hk age. Hc$kaa ataaaarcatiralj recorered fk?ai kk reeeat ia&aateition and aosttiaaea to take-as. active iaterest iaVaU the affairs pertaiaiag to the pragma of oar coaatxy and the Deattcratie party! . We aiaoerelr regret to aaaoaace ikt.Mr. Jobaftoa Tery apprehtwthe iB. regard to the final aolutkm. o tke race problem in this Muatrjr, and he is or the opinion that we are more than liable to witsew a aeriona conflict between the white and the black races unless some plan can be devised whereby the government can acquire some four or Ave large states and indnce all the negroes to locate in-them and. at the same time to exclude or prevent all AngloSaxons from entering or taking np their residence within the said h states. vie enaeavored to assnre our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 March 1898

- ..! a in.;" r r '-t fiii HOH. HADLEY D. JOHNSON. Ott SaJroriayMarca 6, ire called topajur raajieeta. to the above . named reatlesaa, aad we Toand . Mr. JokaaoB feeling quite welland actirefora geatkaaaa. o his age. He law alatoct entirely, recovered firoaa his f eceat indisposition and oatiaaes to take an actire interest ia all the affairs pertaining to the progress o onr country and the Demot?atic party "We sincerely regret to announce that Mr. Johnson is very appreaeasive ia regard to the final solution of the race problem in this country, and he is of the opinion that we are more than liable to witness a serious conflict betweeu the white" and the black races unices some plan can be devised whereby the government can acquire some four or five large states and induce all the negroes to locate in-them and at the same time to exclude or prevent all AngloSaxons from entering or taking np their residence " within the said states. e enaeavorea to assure our distinguished friend that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 March 1898

vpmiW; -i"53PC -vr5 -VSif vpagppyBgTTg-rg. -wire;-- - riaBjUMMJflJvvt' !gg. r-v TT-&f&sv$wt&P -H5 r fuT, ,) It is Ewok aloki which '(BT TXl 2T1XKAL WBJ yEEDS THESjtJMOmT Of fioVERIOCIK'RTjlUTK CAW 8SALL BIS WHO XS GOIKff TO BULK, TSI MOKIY FOWXS OXTHX PlOPLX." S QTAvn-RTaTsiij'v - . ;i -:j?6vfc, t.. ,...... r - -. i "AAri MJmrf vAuX0UJ1 Jk. WV WaA. iiWn HEW TO THE) LINE. YOL. TIL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 19, 1808. No. 30 . !r .---.- . t. - :r . . - z - v- pt - ; "y- ' -. . j.t- r - -- - -". . ' H. r - . r . .- -w- .,., -, -, 7; j . v-a:v. '"'-? -- - --- .;. --. ,-. sw.ja. . -21;.-- - ... - v - r :-'i-w, m .. - - "xrc -j ' " i--w. 9 ! --i m ffA-i la - .rm - r :;r:; .AS. ri c) 2? VI - iS SHr t2Z?' 1-,1 .:; KTOc!. :X. . .7 :.cr issMr.; r,E4 nL mnx&wiMissKF 7 wi r r r & - & m v - - - ji ' in ii 1 m j aiv wnMmt rmmw it uj it m3 m. m v. v. r". , ' BBHZm 0BBtBBmj csfBarSaav4cwpMV KnaBaa'MVv tmtmmmtmM r'-- --' - .' '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 March 1898

i r i--f i&M -y--. : . - ' . ".. ". Cj: ' "..3 g' - ' XT IS JClSKUS ALrtJ-TfiiUH NEEDS THX'SUBPOmT; OF G0VERTCl!:HTJTjtUT3AJi? (iT .. T . XX -XJiJC JCiXJSJUIAij WJK, SKALLSIXTTHO 18 GOIXGJ $Vftr STAND 3Y 'ITSELF. n to kdl, txx Money Dkoicas JxfksisoitJ POWI 0THlPjK)MJB." r" .Avnsrv Tarsreuvw AAilMMBn VAV&OVfli Hew to the Line. Vol. TIL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 19, 1898. No. 30 T(fs?r K - ?? ?r ,f v A -e... s -, ,n- '...., -', .-- - r . .r . .A w X .. J ,r m y s. e ivjNiAfc- ..rfe? SBSBmST MafMMHIVta. i fttSS! "aSSOC.ATJC. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JAMES MADISON. The following paper was read by Mrs. Julius T. Taylor before the Woman's Democratic clab of this city, on Wsdaesday, March 16, 1898: Mrs. PresiiaU nnd Ladies: It is a singular coincident that 1 hare the extreme pleasure of reading to you thisjppr on the aaniTersiry of Mr. Madison's birth. Were that great statesman living today he would be oae hundred and forty-seven jears old, and the ideas and princip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 March 1898

si , " trv I- .: - j alf !' c TOEBSOABJLX KBSfJWHBD -Vimt. toned at on tiM iMHWrMTM ,'l iMjaJgWohta CAM, laipMC OJBIBjMhMAtV- fttetes, erSOy or kt ttrtr'Mv, e lN(M thetr fctainjitasi IfiwilMWfbtot ! Jtx Mx rthe idHsital :rBt, sott ItStowa twtwlertlwi wffl km atteottee; nwtesOB Mate ef. the ftoecv X: Year..... oOaoeoa-BW W ..! T" 1 ooov xmf JtMrwutv- 4 - 99 InwriMmJiei.ML iNrwM cwwiImHw to v THE BfiOAD jlX, '' 7 IWi -Street, -jfcat to cr. Utah. " jcstcst. TATLm?.uu mum. rtere at raMktaMeM4-cliM Blatter,. t -.Pj-liice -Attry ia-jae puwer iieiuaJ ?tha throse infinitely smaller except as to speech-isaltins than the throne It--aell. The Iadon biases' says: "The extension, ol orchaod lift ia Great Brit-. alaTfklch lM'fcej la eoatlnuons rogeaMuTlutteoaa Teem, kas been ffirthor'ehaelsodila 1OT, tie total area now amounting to 224016 acres. or5,lW aereansorethaa.in.SS2,vhen iheiigTtga-te area was aM,9fO acre. iTao three westers counUes of Devon, Satnerset and Hereford alone prc-em--jisonUyjH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 March 1898

asSHTHErTlA -Wt WIMMitCOWlflt. JS0er' Trty-thm rted at ' j lie gcfeeoU at the thirty-three tWetYa WstJSj v-ti to ao-caHed inrtJJJfour of ih 4tT Uhw treated !l ft flth rate eC Jtl-1 per eeaC 3tr. J. Ulrica, a Teafaaat irtMMtad observed Om' maryio access Macc-Solveat laM atet "wRa aad la us enthusiastic -way teiecei bu; -others to ose it. 'Bltimm.Um&TTn ggt of the first lafectea, Iraeo aWveat 1xjng used to the exclseiea ef everyyag else with spleadld resalts. Compared with etfeer tTaatataati, Kg eaccess was so Tery pcoaeaaoe, that jjnco-Solvent was gesteraHy aefeated, rlth the result that hy its see alette lie other twenty-two case neennd, not one proving fatal where Xseo-3l-Ttnt was depended e. We Tecommend Its presence la every. tone, for all throat troahlee. la avertg deTelopments of diphtheria, scarlet fever and croup, It Is a&f.aalled. Upon receipt of the rice. $1 bottle, the Mnco-SolTeat Cosaaaar, SH Dearborn street, Chicago, will tpre It, charges paid. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 March 1898

Wz& s u. i it if I - -..- - ( --!- JK4.T-" i.i.aL.--.-, 1 or 7. laem mlsktiHtrty rVMkin.iriM itise fcrst rret jHsaa- ; m iiM jm staisssaaa's ; Wt aftf "NnHBf MMietWg kater vrfaek b reeetrML irom ku fnaad,tkeifiwria TfcaaaaaJtffereoa, he gailMrad p tk skat.tersd IrafpaMftti oE aieksart aad bwMM reeo&etkcL to Ihs. fate. We thIL, jerfew Terr rafy iw TKSZBlBg 0 T irgtSUB. afedisosi u aeeoML t ty IMMOlTM - V , i -. TWTMNnMR MM m M.: Ia ia yeex ITS, ke was selected to reoresemt aw ooaaty ul the Yirgteua aeewaaWy, ud ia 1786" ke was agam elected as a oslefaieto tke Coatiatsl Coajreas, 'wkereke soo? forged, to ike frost as tke great leader of that holy, for kefcas keea designated as tkeJftrtkerof tke CoMtitfttkw," for tke priacipal articles of tke coaffdaratwa are ike prodactioa of AuyJiadiwfL. Wkkmoae week after tke constitatippi was perfected, ke again returaedto Virriakj and labored javoaasajeUy witk kkirieadsaad tke -sebwei tkromcMat ias state, to Tatifttr tke oe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 March 1898

' - -i -:. Vrg?i JJS t? .. 't - oV . ,r r rTSBTTgyv? ? 3fc -' "' ww r . -v - ,4V jkaw " - - - - 7-"" w w -i Bt nit ItMCAi; mt SKALt tuirxo it 01 TO 1ULX, T3U MOMXrPOWII OXTJOB PjOWUt.M -rmcrx'jfTJEox. -. --,-. Mrr atiiif ;4t- "-. 'r' - Hew to the Iinex - Yol. IIL SALT LAKE 01TY, "UTAH, MARCH 26, 1886. Ko. 31 0 ' ' ,- l . "s. f-f i Jfe&iir . ' i!t.v ? t 5, ' .' -r v J'..XS& rfn - -2r .- -. ( -. - -i.- -. V-r-Awp -,.. i ---.. SjmV - - - f- v. H JrS ff 11 ' . n . - . i n m a -m i ir ....-- . I VfkL 4IBBC . 4. - " - . V WW M I ySr)tlgv mr1 i!xMy i ii 1! J-zlBMla&iMiiMAv. vVO- ' LKJKHaWSCEiHPWVX, : . i our iyiEW 0 the Pmtmiik Fre tf tAt Americm ft?: if D. IF. pulp, inv. tax jrMMaM'iua asrauiae. Th rst ariaat iaiportaat acts vkkk Pwriitat Karmaa erfomai aftar a kad. luatatc tke rokr of t aatiaa wat to raaoTC Albert HawkkM, tke jMraooaakm&u, wko aad driraa all tke Frendeats fraat Akrakim Llaaola on dowa to Twwideat Harrkoa ia-lnfllns-Prttiiif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 March 1898

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 March 1898

--T -TT -t-f "'W '"- it MjjtlJtJBfflfflrnrnilP" ? ! Coughs j p that Htt firttagUd Tqryrt er sift Jreet cotaaifattobeiaiai Ay eNfhMcHaHt the stMfkfc ml jMfcmbt tha heaUfc lata 'xaaaraej k Dr. Ayert CWwy Pwrtortl Cw Ccafes. -A A.' aJ MNnMWVlMtN give her InvArs1 BMSM 1 MMUgrHij TSfee NOMKCKMHl WatefMIree Women Ib the; CakM War. There are bow said ta ba.lS.MQ wetnea' . V HnVllft 1MBV TVl fTS lri1.Las am- a U the Cubhn,rmy. They .are dotecaezec-t Ure worst as soKuers, urates "ef :tha before the war -ware' wealthy and They lost husbands or-Xathers or brothers or sons In the -war; their noeses were des- ; trojed and their property conaseated. i . TDCT Ca w,vam,w . kto ductule One yoons ircte&tu Uabwa promoto to , ry4MA - BR -mrm"Tlr" JfT -TrrmgnfTiinn t du bm ot Dtv KfeM'a OrcM -N wTT Keatorer. ModfarFRKB S8.M tnU botlUwJ trcatta. A Bargala Tiagedy. j lfr wife and her beet friend' are set es ' ipeiidnp tense." "Well, her friend eraaada her to bay x sou cape lor u-ua m ino very ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 March 1898

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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 — 2 April 1898

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