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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 April 1898

v ' A YEET IIIpL HEAD. WONDERFUL FEATS GROSS. OF NEExalbMleas ml TtataavRoage A Haa Who Could Carry Two Backets of Water ob UliBnd. In Baton Eoage for the first time we were brought lato collision with the equllibrlstlc negro the black person who has solved the secret of the law of gravitation and. to whom the feat of balancing a whole May-day moving upon his or her head is a little, trifling, Inconsequential matter. In other communities the district telegraph boy and the express wagon symbolize the business of small transportation, but In the southland the steady-headed colored person stands for that traffic. The first J aay ui our visit in uaton Houge was prolific of wonders in this particular line. On the main street of the town vre met a black woman of CO or thereabouts who conveyed upon her head a huge basket with .what seemed to be the washing for seven large families piling In a peak like Popocatapetl above her moving form. She did not deign to steady this enormous burden wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 April 1898

-V ir ' i . DISTINGUISHED LINEAGE. Ai M. Txltbj of Fort Dodge, Iowa, recdred tkxs "(reek sotice tkt kis aaotkjr, Ekie B&J1 Felta, k ose of ike hirs to tte famous Joseph Ball estate which is estimated at over $100,000,000. Joseph Ball died intestate in 1890 ia Philadelphia, -without isee, leaving a vast estate consistiag mostly of real estate, a large amount of which was leased for 99 years. Numerous attempts have been made to collect testimony sufficient to secure an equitable settlement of the estate, and to collect data to write up a correct history of the Ball family, all of which hare been partial failures. Recently the interest in the 'matter has been reTired by the report that the government was' owing the Ball estate a large amount of money in consequence of the payment of the. French spoilation claims. The Indianapolis Sentinel gives the following account of a systematic effort that is being made to accomplish the desired result: "The claimants of the Joseph Ball...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1898

I - .-3.-t5J 5-JSrS. t ; 1, J !'i. No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and rtVnvmono iVki. himcfllf OACIVIOCO 1U1 xiaiuooa. WW" ""aTWW Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 7, 1898. No. 37 i . V a - 4 P'LetiiaallhopethltSel is GK(i9o) SVl'-SC iCCSXc) ' ' I lamp of liberty will con-J iffifev 4&L - - 1 lilW tinue to bum in all men 1 IJfj) THPy '"ri $o - J'untUthereshall no longer ro Z--s IrtnVv ll-j"'" gJ-r"',JSae ZU .-, cc 'MrSki be a doubt tbat all men are 0 v - ' -ITV IJiyfJ) VVSwfSAX & created free and equal.-PIUs, ' H II) h . j f JTmff (U f jjffiXjllj B 1 " i n www -"trw ,SsP7a.-ttEHptn 6E - aasi MS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Cvlp, A. M., M. D. XXVII. AND THE PARTT. THE NEGRO DEMOCRATIC The negro has been taught to believe that all Democrats have always been antagonistic to every measure which was intended to be of the slightest b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1898

l t THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. aw----w----------"""""""""""""""'",,""""""""",""""""",,"""" mil -KS-aaJfite aa at an time uphold tke trw -JdadaJea ot Dea-ecra-art b"t farmers, CatbeUe. FreteeUBta, Kales' of Labor, J--SSeia, Uwmm, RepobHcaaa, Priests, oraay ' m elee ees tore their ex, ae Ions a tselr laacBace la prese sad reipoBilblUty U fixed. The Bread Ax la a M-rspaper whose pUtrora la bread encash fee all. erer claltaUg the editorial right to apeak lta erwn mind. Local coaimoalcaaoBf will bare attention; write eslyoa one aide eg tbe paper. SUBSCRIPTION: OaeTear, 2. Sx Hoatba.;. LOO Three Montha - .30 drertlalac rate made kbowb oa appllea Bea. 1 Addreaa alLfo-nanalcatlona to ' ' " THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street. 8alt Lake City. Dtah. 7U2JT7S F. TAYLOIL.Pnbllaber and Editor. Eatered at Poatofflee aa aecond-daaa Batter. . - "Jack the Hugger" has been arrcst.cdMa Pittsburg. He probably was betrayed by a girl whom he overlooked. It Is believed that the opening of a motor cab-line I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1898

COWBOYS' wild hee, PERILS OF MILL1NQ A RUNAWAY HERD. How the Bleached Bones of Xnm Jeffreys Vindicated His Honor. -aad Showed .Tfcat Bo Ksd Xot JTad the Jadcmeat of BU Peers. VER tee a eattle stampede?" asked a grizzled plainsman who had passed the greater -part of his life upon th9 great cattle range3 of the west. "I tell you, it is a magnificent spectacle, at once grand and awe-Inspiring. "To mill a stampede, as the operation of circling the leaders is termed, is a task fraught with extreme danger, as It is necessary for the cowboys who bare charge of the herd to ride at breakneck speed side' by side with the leaders of the affrighted cattle, gradually nearing them until the cattle veer from their original course and turn back into the remainder of the band. The misstep of a pony in this mad race of life and death Is fatal to the rider, who is cast beneath a thousand pairs of trampling hoofs in the twinkling of an eye, to be crushed and trampled out of recognition. I remember once...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1898

r COL. EL! BAXTER'S LETTER, I mb Democrat. I was in. the last -wax aad was on the side that was the -weakest. In my family there were, all told, more than a haadred negroes. The notion I had about men before, the war I hate now. I have not changed a bit. I have never seen a Chinastan, an Italian or any other foreigner of the common stock that I would pnt on an equal footing with the negroes of this country. Our folks are daily looking the facts in the face. If we had hare allowed General Lee to have had his way daring the war power never could have been -wrested out o our hands. General Lee wanted all of the masters to free their negroes and then appeal to them to stand by the south. Gosh! If we had have done it, today the -white people and the black people -would have been so trustful and so helpful to each other, until -we would all now be one people, united and firm, standing like a brick wall against all outsiders. It's got to come to this finally and our thoughtful people - see...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1898

' - m &? f . fr: 'Let us all hope that the J I lamp of liberty will con-1 No one is deservine of tinue-to bum in all men until there shall no longer be a doubt that all men are liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. . rt created free 2 : equal. Hew to the Line. Tol. IU. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 14, 1898. No. 38 '.urc jfai .rrrM iMte JiWm': i s s PtCSS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. 0 fA Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Culp, A. M M. D. XXVIII. THE NZOKO AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. We have already observed that slavery did not become a national or political isaue until 1840 and that the Whig party succeeded in defeating the Democratic party. . Bat ire will refrain from reviewing the Harrison and Tyler admiuistra- 4Br3Fl I B J .. tion and before proceeding we wish to impress this fact upon the mindtj1 of the members of our race thatj James G. Birney, an ex-slave hoider of Kentucky, was the first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1898

&c fib i ' V "" 4 ?, .-. .fv & .V ' I mu Li TrT?r.ATi AY jl..J i i' jl-.,vv re i w. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ' ill nrstaakste and at all time npbofl tka trse- prtedplea ef Democracy, uut rarraew. Cfcthellak Pretcwtaats. KnlgBrs of Labor, iaJMlv Heraoe, RepabUe. Priest, oruy as else can bira tkelr mj, so lens at their "innce te proper d respoaslbimY U fixed. Tie "Broad Ax U & newspaper whose platfrs la bread aengh (or all. rer rlalmtoj tb. editorial right to apeak Its ova talad. Xi6cal communications trill bare attcatloa; write only on one side of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: Ose Tear........ $2.00 Six .Months LOO Three Months .59 Adrertlslnc rates made known on applies tloa. - Address all commnnlcatlons to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JUNIUS F. TAYL,OIt.. Publisher and EdUerv - Entered at Postofflce as second-class matter. Four bills providing tor postal sayings banks ere now before congress. The chief difference In these bills la the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1898

Mrs, 'TofflpfciBS-'jttt&i awfnllv to die." "Did she? Wliy7" -She said there wouldn't be anybody who Icnow jiow to straighten up tke house after uer funeral." AlC3ttook Ahea. Politicians are even ow wetchlnp jie possibilities InTolved In the aeit axcsidcntlal election. he papers are fall of predictions as to the Xutnre which nre somewhat too sclf-confldent gut it Is safe to say that a .systematic conrse of Hostetters Stomach Bitters K-ill renew health In the bilious, rheumatic or nervous--How heartlessly Josephine treats her husband!" "Yes; she has bought a bright red umbrella so he can't carry It" The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railway Company has changed ita dining car system from table de bote to a la carte, -with the result of Increased profits, better service and greater satisfaction on the part of the patrons. The cars are open for business during the entire time they are on the train and the innovation seems to have met with the approval of the passengers. "Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1898

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1898

-uV '5 " .- j - ' Xtt w all Kooe ihit tfia kp of libtrty will conNo one is deserving of iine to berii in all men until there hU no longer i:la v :- :rT: AlLMBrUJ WUU JB UllWUilliK fr to grant others all the privileges he claims and -6t d aoouw- mat aiimen are created free and equal.-?!, exercises for himself. Socrates. AAJJ Hew to the Line. Tol. in. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 21, 1896. No. 30 J1 - t " - " at i F rX ! TPri aj5 J3 " v S -A BSWS PttSS FA350C!AT.t OUR REVIEW. Of tt ?t tatdjhe Future of the Amencm-Negro, by D. W, CuIp, A. M.,M. D. XXTIX. TBX -XB6B0 AND THE BBMOCEJLTIC AMY. Before tbe barnburners or freesoil Democrats who assembled at Utica asljmraed Samuel young, -whs kadfeeea selected as the chair man, road a rery long and very patriotic letter from ex-President Martin Van Bare -which created a profound impreaeie. Mr. Yam Barea set forth in his letter that he was firstly seavisced that "slavery was the only subject that could endanger oar biassed Union." But he declared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1898

SP;-' --&. - ' .W-"- -' vs.. ? 0 9-' .v - A. I" t -- is-- - - bh; - - v ! IV i 'T feift.; ; t.- , -it t ae 1KB 3EQiLDrAX: ' PUBLSeHZXl :taH MUieteiM ttf JJesseeriey. bet -sarsMfs. )!, JftHtwHif, Tel ef Laaer, ls -- "... r. ' m. .a- 1Tssta.lsi '3t laefe sari1aacs " I if IlilK lit MfSMWU7.KICM. HmBimC Atc aeiiasiywlwea stet. lN,wwfcfJl.WK eniwwg rif htte seeak Ha ewH. i'ih save aneaswaj itte eaJy 'eae sHeejCthe peeer. ' e)eft jTearj... -.. .sae Kx yoittfwMwtn 18a TTfceee Mofitsa...,.....,..,.. aa Aarertlstac rate sseae kHwtN apfiHeaitaress ail eaameateatiess t THE BROAD AX, 310 Hal Street. . " gait lake City, Utah. 4 . iTCUUg F. TAYXOR..PsWfe ad JMltec, ' -. t HHtert at;FeetasBee,ae seceijl-elasi matter.. Philosophers take things as . they aroe .but 'ragpickers and pickpockets take them a they go. A reliable magazine says: "The huge gtiHB 'of modern navies cam be fired only, about seventy-five times, when" they become 'worn "bat." Great guas! . - When even the New York Son...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1898

k: it. r H - A ISfurse's Experience., There ate tieas el people nftcrltr Iron blood polseatef -who have alaest trgared tnemselTes in buying medicines iron which they stc ebtaised bo help. There are thousands of othera -who first or lt haye tried OrAyer-aSaraapariUaadJoaeec7rA.d Tl4h,-r " foand perfect talis One ol these! tkree !wJSS?,OT,art,, other. Mrs. A..B. Taylor, ol Katlerale.1 - TWaerkiad- ?-: "ffiA-X5TlS-?tei .! kw..iuwiHjf?3yCjiKBce: "About two years ago, X nirsed a lar who was snfieri8gaad fiaally died) from. blood poisoning. X .saast bare contracted the disease from her; for ahortl y after her death, I had four large aores or ulcers, break out o my person. Xdoctored for a long time, both by external application ad with various blood medicines; but. la spiteof all that! could do, the sores would sot heal. They were obstinate. verr pain, fnl. annoyiag, and only getliag wo'.e all the time. At last, X?nTcnased six bottles cf Dr-Ayer Sarsaparilla, thinking Twould pre it a thoro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1898

i- -5.1- '. "-;." "' ' r '.Kr -, ' . V?"sy7 , . vt ;A -. ODA. FOUNTAIN. liirafHUj ilMM OOsdactiBg goda vraevfauttsass Bi ice ereu padon so olovbt are coatMapUtiB urn. secarrag a' sods fbv&tan, bbcI -teallsA titer eta aukeBoakkke mfuckMBf ike 3i((t Soda AMutwi, Trkick is iMsmfacUred ad sold y J. B Tox & Co. of 156 WasiuBgjkA Street, Ckkago, HI. Tfee Midget reqairee o ckarged tssalc, aad it is a woadetTal little jureatio, wkica is dattiaed to wpletely revolatioaise tie presemt aaeikod of making soda water, iee croam aad crsaa seda. Tfee Midget" k a. ckarn. for it Bakes superior soda water for less tkan tko cost of caargiag tie geaeratiag tasks for tke old style of fountain. It earn, fee takea from tkeooanter Jaeee auite and carried oaVa keatorkicjele a&d set up on tke fair grewad or at pcaics, etc It k witkia. tke reach of tke actalkat dealer. Tke price of tke "Midget" eoaapkte witk recipes aad directioaa for operafiag k only ifteea dollars ($15) P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1898

,Tpa- eW 5 -- r- - ,- 'rXv liet us all hooe that fhp 5 '-3) lamp of liberty will con- J tinue to burn in all men . until there shall no longer v be a doubt that all men are No one is desarvinp- of 1 1.-U-L l- ?.. iiucrty wjqo is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself Socrates. -,- '& created free and equal-Pith, tsft HE-W TO THE LINE. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 28, 1896. No. 40 r ivL cstv r PftESS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the America Negro, by D. W. Cvlp, A. M., M. D. xcc. THK NEGRO AND THE TARTY. DBMpCRATIC The result of the election of 1848 was far-reaching. Zachariah Tarlor was elected hat his triumph was theideath of the Whig party and the long-coveted prize of the Presidency was snatched from Lewis Cass,and Mai tin Van Buren, Charles Sumner and his other sup porters, felt greatly mortified and humiliated when they realized the tact that there were less than three hundred thousand voters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1898

W . I .-c X THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED ynSEKLX. WlUpwatfte a4 at an toea vphett ike tra priadglM ef Peaaoeracy. bat tmm, Oa-atHea, PrMHtun; KaJkts cT Later, I- . UmMM. BtlitH. PlMtL OTUT i ctae eaae tketr say. C ! to imtt 4 itmsnifwuty la faes. Tfca Be Ar to a ktmnt whose stot(Hb,i tmi Hfk Jar all. ever dabalac tk efttarial right to speak Its own talad. Lecal eeauBSBteatleaa vtll ve atteattea; write eaty e eea aMe ef tie paper. subscription: , OmTmt ............ 12.60 Sx:Ji08tka. - 1.89 Taree Uoata.. '. 30 'AdrerttslBC rates made knows on application. . Address an ceaannleatldM. to THE BROAD AX, 710 Kaln Street. S-' Salt Lake City, Utah. JU2JUS F. TATLOE..Pabttsher and Editor. Batered at rostoSee aa secosd-elasa matter. The act providing for the union of the Australian colonies, on a plan closely resembling that of the United States, has been adopted by the coa,stltutlonaI convention, and will now be submitted to the people. Its ratification seems assured, and thU3 a sort f United Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1898

s yr w A CASE OF "Ml TOO." gf 6uth " vnaas raws ivo, j new. xsna, TTo nil IOTA RTHlDatllV. TWhana !,. jcconnts for the fact that r ot m ill Jlstea to Mooter's tale of wee r: iiiil - ---------- ww iixi faa aiiiinmr rw- onTown grleTances, says a writer la ; Harpers aax&r. A small girl -who has a baby brotbec always seems to envy him the sympathy showered opon him -when he has the colic as soon as ine mother tries to soothe tne rrenui naoy and speaks pityingly to him a sigall hand polls jjer arm and a plaintive little voice -wctc? "Me. too. mnTnTnnt Do not many of us ko throngh the world with a pitiful "Me, toor con- gantly on onr ups? xne heart knoweth its own "bitterness and the soul Its own trials, and It Is hard not to cry out "Me, toor "when we see lavished npon others the sympathy for -which we long and of -which -we Xeel -we itand in need. And yet how much braver It Is to .n sllpnral Kverr Hm tro arimiien the habit of self-control -we gain fresh streBRiu i-u miituiu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1898

' -V TW DCMOCftATIC NBGBOES OP'QMEATCS HEW YORK. TWUmirf CoUnd of Owhr Ket York are aacanaV rtrT ' atoae WiW, 152 ITaat .ftU atwet, aa toe uwilHSfii Mil Hint Mr. Erfvavi X law, tie efcrf, 1mm apmM Boa. H. C. SaAa, late XMtal State Cam! at Saatea, M gtMnil MRtUJ. The ja hanrtiowHT attest ap Ike first fioer coa- a large aaeetiag rooa ot the Las atao the anrate rooa of the chieL Oa loeria the talet aad The geaial Beaja- m. Meyen, wko forbear ra jayjiJ of tee Society o the Sons e :Neir Tori aa eearge of thk JMvbMst The oftcers of tbe TTmkaA Colored Defaeeracr are: H XL Aaiancm, freaideat; J. C. execanre ooa- adraorr hoard-. 7oha J. B, Jr., H. H. Aadersoa, J. C. ftaacoa, Ho. J. E. W. Thoap- , Dr. E. P. Koberta, William E. Gnat, Ckariee E. Brown, H. M. Cat, Dr. GaaU.ai Henderson, E. T. Daaky, Dr. P. Hampton White, Ceaaaelor D.Macon Webster, Joaep Grayson, Counselor E. B. Browa, J. W. A. Shaw, Benjamin Meyers, Aatbosy McCarthy, WilJaeamH Deareraey, Dr. H. ConeB, H. C. Smith, M. S. Jones, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1898

-i rWf'-f- 'W,t,.3tji,s-v ft. 1- Jf V1 't-. K; A ,:&vv jt ffc ":&-? ir M S . , "i! -V -v s '. -Let us all hope that the 1 lamp of liberty will con-1 n&'q) .:53p-',Sjii.' v - " AT, Xc AnoX nf liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and tume to burn m all men until ther shall no longer r he a doubt that all men are created free and equaL-Rtfr) ' -h 3 Svyr7ts klS Hew to the Line. Vol. IIL SALT LAKE CiTY, UTAH, JUNE 4, 1898. No. 41 J I - ,. ? - rMi Yf f . jy cgsc)" PWSS 'ASSOCIATION THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION. On Friday, May 27th, ye editor and Mxa. Taylor left for Omaha on the Union Pacific ''overland limited" which is by far the finest and the fastest train running between this city and 'Omaha. Its coaches are all elaborately furnished, and one can enjoy all the home comforts while traveling at the rate of thirty-five to forty miles per hour. All the train men from conductors down to the lowest whom we came in con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1898

THE BEOAD AX. PUBLISHED WZEKLY. WM clgto ui ataH ttoaa MM the , prlseiaMa -c ueMoeraey, out onn, , rieUrtaatt. jutsrai at Laser, mMoraaoaa, KegaBKaaayFrteatt, easy ota have ttew say, a wag aa taetr i hi war and reapoaaltilllry to tea. The Bread Ax to a newspaper whose ptotiers to bread eaeafh far all, erer daUalag ths- eeUterial rlckt to apeak Ka ewnmlad. Cecal eeaaaa&leatleaa will Bare attesttea; write ely ea ese aide at the paper; SUBSCRIPTION: OwTeir. fM Sax Uontba - 1.68 Three Months . Advertising ratea made known on applicative. Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, - Salt Lake City. Uiaa. 3T2JTUS F. TATLOB..PsblIaaer and Sdlter. -Batered at Postofiee aa seeoad-clasa matter. The death of Admiral Popoff, aide-de-camp to the czar, shows that he was capable of dying up to his name. Theodore Roosevelt as the acting Head of the navy department gives great satisfaction Just at this time. He is not always wise; but he Is at least patriotic, -wide-awa...

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