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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 March 1899

WW aSSeM" "She tflM U . he Bgltsten to fate ottjaka. Ma oess noura. . t,inie of 300 prit MK&Me to rf7fT taste and condition, rniattad ea Sy. P1 d for 'J: SSi -CT Soap wrappew. Address gfiy Soap TVorks, Sottk Omaha, Nebraska- tint rwant yon to sira me a little friendly advice." ".All right; bat re Sanber I don't stand ready to tack It Trith any money." Sure Cure for Colds Fnen the children get their feet vet and take cold give them t hot foot bath, a bawl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to. bed. The chances are they will be all right in the morning. Con tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has dis appeared. Old coughs are also cured; we nun the coughs of bron chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Wwn Cherry pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflam...

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. — 4 March 1899

& J 5 . . . "J- "'.i -V 4, - 'v'tt? -t ", R u i?V fc . RACE PftOBLEM INTHE SOUTH. Am atitwst to settle tiw roe qitiofcia Nortk Carolina va risWt to tie State coBttitm tioak abokt to b made in that State. Tfee jKOBoritiom k to m- fQM jroptrtr, edaeatibaal aad poll ki qaahiaataoas poa voters. There are suailar lusutatki ia SomtkCaxoliaa, Georfk, Lokiaa mmL Mississippi. ,, If tke object of tke law "were Merely to keep form tie polk the iraraat aad tke irreepo&siete of all almti, tkere wosld mot be pack te say akottt it by way of criticism. It k iN&Ted, however, tkat the real kitaatioa k to dkariaukate ia favor ef eae etas icaiatt a&other oq ac eeat of dif erorjoe in race. It is o$ dobhted tkat tke aaMBOBaeat, whtek has feeea adopted by l?otk fcraaohes of tke kgklatare, will be approved by the voters when sub aaitted to thea at tke Aagast elec tioa. Pabtic opinioa will, of course, be divided oa tbk measure, which is oartaialyof great importance. It k bo doubt intended to...

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. — 11 March 1899

- Zr ' V - . : :' i " ,- Iet'us alHiope that the J e lamp of liberty "will coil- j f tinue to burn in U men J r until therehall no longer 1 I be a doubt that all men are 1 createcl free and equal.-fWiij - ;: l,,''llV,' 71 -G No one is dstsrnnr c -1 liberty who k unwilling A i. .it -.11 1a 1 mj graii uiiuexa eu uiv privileges he claims and exercises for himself. SocrnUs. -, weWWje' Hew to the Line. 4 Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 11, 1899- No. 29 i jeef . r .w " . ID KESI 'ASSOCIATION - THE SENATORIAL CONTEST. Thubsdat night shortly after the clock had struck 12, after one of the lunges tjthebitterestjthemost exciting and momentous senatorial contests in the west or in any other Bart of the country, the Legislature of Utah adjourned without date and without electing a United States senator to succeed the Hon. Prank J. Cannon. When the one hundred and sixty fifth joint ballot was announced, in spite of the candidacy of the Hon. George Q. Cannon, in spite of all the villainous 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. — 11 March 1899

v o r ri . ? . . if- .o ? 1f ' a'- t I - ''! w ?.8fct ,. THE BEOAD AX. FUKJUilD - KW HMMiMtlHilC aB tm ariaelaita et PwiMg. tnt, Ina -- - - - .. A mnw t Leaer. in- !epaaaec, Frtestt, eraey tteir ear," mImc h their Tee Braes Ax to,a mipim wheat ste. ferm to imI eaeegk sic'eY'fr. flatwise, ta r&tarlai tkt te apeak tta ewa ariae. A Leerd eewrJeatteawW tare attests) w me ordy a es aHe e the eaeae. Vrt. . . , . ' BraecaiPnoH: , Six Most !' Three Uoatfct .... .'. JM AdTrtilBC rate faaae kaewa e eppHe' "Oa. 'Address all jeemaekatieBS to ' THE BROAD AX. - y , 710-Kai Street Salt Lake City. Utah. JtTMTJs .l!ATLO&iFrBaaer am' "aaterBe! aTPeaiesJee as eeesed-ciess Batten as A slack eye Indicates a revengeful natureon. the: part of the other Sal low. .... I The man who snores In a sleeping. carls apt to wake ana" find himself fa . ft. ww. A 1 C T -r . . " . i u One Idea of a chump Is a man "who asks another man where lie .bought his i umbrella. ' , - , I TOia eti!fr rf TlfcHrm Iti TlrfR...

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. — 11 March 1899

rTe ""Lr UIUUfeM "moils' v I f ZIZlZtntT Lino" or -Aylwm' the year!" Mat aa? -paSSr" or ksfchtheetr imftas the eas't tt flhe The book of the year to the eM ilmmc, Richards' Marie Catarrh XxeUat Co., OQjha, SO. www wt immra. ..,r wife locks the.froBt door aa4 hen I lock It" "Whara that forr "J toe?. ta have her eet bib not: t .warm bed to bo down and see If she feu todc&V in STOBY OF STBIKE. What does it do? It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. it PrtvcHs in It cesMfec$s Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradu...

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. — 11 March 1899

J p. , ' fr b. y Sf ?3 t Pt IC. 1-- : V Pv LAVWTY. oar eoaTartatk a few ftajri ago iritk'Kr. SaostAaiarsoa, Trio x MMof taakaiiaf Xafliak aisjajwF"aawSTa Ht, erajscBaa-aj viBSNt KWwHBHb aalaanrwatomraas ike idat apoa oarauai that Xagkasl, his atother ooaftYtrryiraa the fnt Cfcrartka coaa try iav the world to stamp "her dk-approval- apoa the Afrioaa alare track. We took tke opposite tow aad ooatamdai, tkat Xaglaae kad aoajured atore wealth kj bayiag aad MiUae; aegroe or aUrei, than all tke otker drflked or ajKarilized eoaatrkaia tke world. We have sot -tke liateaor the apaee to fire a auaate descriptioB ef tke Africaa alare trade, aad tke relatioaa wkick Baglaad sustaiaed to it, bat saffice to say, tkat from 1636 to 1664, Qaeea liaabetb,the Staarts aad maay Eaglkh lords aad aobkawa were patrons aad partaers of slave Teasels. Tkey adraaced aaoaey for oatfita aad re ceived their proportion of the pro fits, la 1669, aa agreement was eatered iato between England and Spaia, wkereky tke En...

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. — 18 March 1899

". , Sv v - r - i-v4" CW- vnryvwv Let tllhope that thel - -lamp of liberty will con- v timie to barn in nil men " ; until there shall so longer ' 'Wfr be a doubt that all men are 1 . 7-55 "gd ;i JNO one ls "serving oi M ' i libirty who is unwilling ' to grant others all the '" v privileges he claims and M-aattJ fpAA Wrl AHTtal -Wfi. S exercises ior luiuatju. J ' Ct ltW www HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IV. SAIT LAKE OITT, -UTAH, MARCH 18, 189 No. 30 w tASisR V JJD S IHSI 'ASSOCIATION OUR REFLECTIONS ON THE THIRD LEGISLATURE OF UTAH. Thuksbat, March. 16th, ill the baiiness before the two bra&ches of the Legislature was finished up, and shortly titer 12 o'clock' it ad journed witEurat date. It would hare been much better for the peo ple in geaeral, if it had adjourned without transacting any business, for omly three bills c any im portance were enacted into laws, namely, the University or the eda citioaal bill, by Representative Cnmmrags; the fire and police bill, by Representative Lloyd,...

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. — 18 March 1899

5.' a ecw .- i r IK' I'' k THE BEOAD AX. PUltlgHBD H i wmlnW aad at M Uses aeM ta araa attecfcalta et Daetry. tat lamata, CattisHut. pjiimma. Kalffeta Laber, Is aaete, Mapiw, gtaHcaa. Frtettv, er say tae at kav tfcctr say. to les their Uaa te Is greyer aad feeaMstVillryte axed. Tfce Bim4 Ax it a aswiPMiir vkH pUt fem W btw caemaa tee iH, ever tUIwIbi t4 editorial rtcM t apeak 1U en sate. Leeal eonmarJcaUw wiH Un atteU write oaly bb om aMe e tke paaec; BUB8CRITTION: Oj Year. f&M Six Months LM Three Month .M 'Adrrtlalai: rate made zaown or t jiB-Hea-rtoa. Address all jpaatunlcaUeM to ' THE EROAD AX, 710 Mate Street. . . Salt- Lake Cltjr.. TJtak. JCc-roS r. TAYLOR. .PabHs&er e4 Battc. fettered at PoitoMce am ecesd-claat auttac. If there was any embalmed beef In the army it should hare beea seat tc tke dead-letter office. The liar -who can repeat a .story ten times without any alteration deserves more credit than he gets. Sometimes a woman's idea ot friend ship is setting thick ...

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. — 18 March 1899

rj. 4. - fc. II". Of ; THE TYPEWRITirttitt ... i - - -- r - w tarn&ALi AfeMS i JHT1. -. Easpero? WaMsm's PROflPERlTY DAWNINO. SoitrtiidttMitttwSiiMr ued lis Imperial 1ta ..Jot fee 5r differ from al paeflw prt " l .Tu T 1 i&" quite- as! thick as cxilMd, P40?.- tnnt lone br fo teclv&B .Jr Engraved upon thte Teritabte Srf isltaPly the word."Wilhdm ?5S targe sotwc letters, b4 be th in somewhat smaller charac - u "Emperor -of Germaay aaci &S Prussia." Betrard of 8.wO OxTeraeU . . .Hhv lady lost a satchel con fine Jewels worth $150,000, and pf Tfwnrd of $40,000. The loss of "Ir. .- t- mnm corinnn and -vet If healtn w -- a imi mnnw tiffin Hostetters Sfomacb. Bit- lDI51 , oonTth rniHfV this .ll romilate the bowels and help the jwaaeh to properly digest food. Grafting the- KagUsit Walast. -wirmsnondent from Doter, Dela- Jt desires to know -whether any one hu attempted to graft the English Stout on the black walmrt or buttery nnt If successful many a grove of blick walnuts cou...

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. — 18 March 1899

- I;. ". '1- - Jm enow ctt: . y Jprmmmj Uttar pi wViak ,' ifee soIommL twopiV or) tfca Sort, mloreed to ttwaJatrw, oa n wore l-attar) more jegahire, sore BMeeaiur, taaa Ac trJ GrowCar.". Dm few of Georck w tfct tke raeaa alMairWe aep- ante coanertMBfe, wkk a-al ac- e iiwoaahaa, oft tha p-aMie rail ways. bat tfceoe who have traToJod m tke state, kaow tkat ecntal 1 ooaiMoaaaoK m an aaxaowa qaaa tityr Tiw rale is to ptrtitioa a oae, wag tke half aext the bag. gaffe car for colored aacDaagert- aad. tke etker kalf, raaxt tke ceack, for wkite peat-oarers of tke tt 1 it VawrBV.Q17e Coasted witk tkeae poor acoom aao4aKH, is aaotker fact tkat is dittastefal asd obao;kB3 to col ored woeaea. It is, tkat every white ma aboard has bftsineas, or mutes baswees la tke baf gage car, order to 'ease tkroazk tke "Jim Crow Car," to stare iato ike faces of tke lady pasieagers, Tkey will also leare tkeir woasea. eose "iato tkk''Jim Crow Car' take from tkeir pockets bottles of whiskey sad druatk in the pre...

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. — 25 March 1899

rr-s I. . . ' c" - - - :- f! T A . J 'Sc) CS Ko'one is deservinr of S lomn nflihterfcv will eon- ? !' a f liberty who ia imwilling i to print others all the tinue to turn in U men until there shall ao longer .J "-,& at. f privilege he claims and (' created free and eqiial:rPWi, . - exercises ior nimaaii. v Hew to the Line. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITT, UTAH, MARCH 25, 1899 No. 31 r-x r" , ?". v-i. 3. - - -. - - .-:.",. ..' j-- I IV JSB& f Socrates, 2 WAR IN THE FHllLtPPINE ISLANDS.! The 4ueen'o Seaia bh signed the new treaty of peace, and the Philippine and the other islands whichrwere until recently, to some extent, controlled, by Spain, have, by the terms of the treaty, reverted to the United States government. But the natives do sot relish the change of masters or rulers; conse quently they feel justified in as suming a hostile attitude toward their new enemies, who are more formidable, powerful and tyrannous than the Spaniards ever were. And we do not blame Agninaldo and his ...

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. — 25 March 1899

V X '--" .fa- :."i5A-js? H I S . .' 2 fc- - -w- I 4 ,- V a THEBBOAD AX - jCgfe.'' -c . " ' at an tat at Zbec, 3a- er rkmUMmri m)hcu ,7W Based Ax Is aiweiiiBii waeee'ist V WMCi eleMVSen Mf Crvv XbAHMBb ijfcK ta -apeak Ms ewa aria. fJfltlMllB acre awHeat MaBiA'aftasam AsVa mmais BUMCVPTIOir: NIw. ,faja XxKeeta. ........,..; rkMA vnMn a - - Arrt!tv rates steee bm aa spnHet Hea.-- - -AMftM.sJI Mlestlw ta THE BROAD AX, 7 Mem street. .; gatt Lafc Ctty. PtaX. UCUDI r.TXXLOtL.TwlUtaktt tad MHe JBfnstSatt JH iNIMKo ecfl 'reryene aoet ee daily Instances J yees-le who .complain frem a mere haMt of eemelalnlng. A runaway match is the usual result ..when a couple wants to hitch "and the "aid man kicks over fae traces. - There are many Christians -who are ,sattsed. to live oa crumbs, -when God treats to give them the 'whole joint. It always makes nman mad to have people compliment him on his success tend -then add that they can't under- stand It -According to late reports the powers are still try...

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. — 25 March 1899

' ". " -5, . SENDING -STEELAtL A9sAD.. t en GlaSir CMfasY Io The Maryland Steel Oooimy--wiwkli bas large mills a5&nvm Ttmk,"i.u Baltimore, fens jmet receive nevwral notable orders fecstetfmiK They 1b. dlcate the drift ef rnterBatkmat ee tnerce aad Illtrte tke prayest which the United States ted mdt ta the nuurefectBttag -world. Thevntect remarkable cesses frets GUsge-t jscet land, for 1,000 tew, and Is socesapa nled by an lnUsaatfe. thai a mca larger order will be fettbeecBtag la case the first te satisfactory. A. few days ago aa eqaaHy aigalftcant event occurred, when a nll at "Birmingham, Alabama, sent 1,000 tons of steel salp plates to a firm ship bnUders la Glasgow. These are the first ever seat from the United States to Earope, and the Invoice of the Maryland Steel Company will be the first Americas rails ever sent to Scotland. Another significant commercial event was an. order received by the Maryland Steel Company for 20,000 toss of steel rails for the government railways...

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. — 25 March 1899

'IT- "fy y-i: . r .r 1' .- ). i k 1 U l -. ,t! Li F p t f IKmB I jLH aweVeassa Ihtiwiink jCtokwax,C Swtfk Norths i. tiutod States THaffgoaaij-the rswit of early- cMftf He talks" Mm the "Orttook eWb' MkJr, N. J. Hk wtteraaees wars Terr am- aad betrayed mi "mm- i mrit kaMMfiUc writ - "t " . . . m r MMHonu prsisaaioas. JSt Lis "opea ooafcwioa of eomtptkm -tfrieafc;; Mtfcoiee of force aai fra, i omsomag majorities ia , tin Ueekt WU of ke Soath, steads mtaott a, prltei. He says we Wet tte. negroes by ot-Totia ad tmt-eoeniiay tieea' aad ask tke people xt Dm JTortk wkai tkey are gef taVket it, Bt Very eertwriy a JUs ablicta Coagrees aWe a! will cb ewetki. Al ready tke lateUigeat masses are de aadiag rsetrjctioa ia- tke ekc tonJwrteiaoTiodo smcli mascrapa lew leaders a "PkcaforkTflauui " will discover their own mistake wheaitie hopelessly too" late for . these to help tkesaselres. He ad .iBuktaafctae people of the Sodth caaaot repeal the Foarteeath and Fifteeath amendaaeats, except by" forc...

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. — 1 April 1899

'-' o "a -r MiS .., . , a. "-"Sr r m 'nmrnfrtif p i Lit m aHhopt tlwd.tba No oat if deterring c lamp f lilwrr rill oob tintM tolttrn nil man libertj who le unwilling to grant others all the privilegee he claii and exercket for himetlf. Socrates. beadoittJifc4lMt v U11L11 b(ma 1MU W 4VUKi L - . created 'lM&imL-ltti, : 0-v & -. KtEW TO 'THE XlKE. Vol. iy? SAHT LAKE OEDT, UTAH, APRIL 1, 1800 No. 32 .- - - . - - 'A rhj -. r v 1 -x. - jr I & v . X i V-ta - , i" -"'BBS W)wO stfr vL JSgf V2- rz rrBSk, . f . s -tar inv nwaravaMvK am x'w. -mm-a . &", VZ& Ilk .. W KivOQat. .. 1 .l.ti:t YiYvBHJ - - - fitmiytJKMasiMMwnvmgaMs'Mr--" -J4SJSsmsaSESL3il r - ii ' jwwumB-' esaVaWaaaBBBamFeMaP' .. ,; ir & THE SALT LAKE HERALD. Tsxroest iawlwm mmI deriag ud ljfs oC lMiooaat negroes ia ArkM, Tex WcL Georgia, ctnaod tke suitor eftkc Salt Lake HerW to viitealet. editorial oa tt Smc: Wan w the South,'" wluck affanrwLia ito i of Satwriay, Mrntk 5&, ad h an hamble lombac tfce aegro...

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. — 1 April 1899

-&? t -. J-i i ,"-" u m a. S:- N tak F l- I L I?3 - 4- :. li-93 i?A i) ? t U-2 h -, I- -- u'tiSmt' latoaawBi --1 a- ?" THE BROAD AX. aaaaaj.T ! a i sta .NsTBBaa"'? - ' -- - - '" ti " '" ' ?'- '- " to way to. bat; Oat per mtWtkekt toat eeat - The .wtttt tttoea tor a totogri TWttMJtr r aerato-tag ink tki vtoteaer had aa ;Jr., 9 JCH PHIL w-L J Vbt aveiago aaaa wants k a tot Tka rr iratoky -wHLpraa fcr- 'to toa kt. ,aB0VDtt JkflSO" aoMBloa.- 'A'toam mtk wto aaytaJag aae6 AJI L 'bJ AlLnKlSttl aavatato J dtrM4 aaaaraiag vto tow-k aaaaa taat taa aeks fet what . Ja-laftjtftor the towyn t threap. haato toak,12 trsaha It la to he eeea that M thaav-apaartatoed to a white l at the aha the Imto that VaWarO W1K WT. UPvNI BffOvy- .-sayx it waa totoa4e to the Ithaa heaaaaa ajattoa Jttormaiewathaf the aecth. aefe haa .WVAK WVTwOTf WV JWWOVa . JaW avto 3at. aaato forwara wKh a naaeaahfe vimMllia aaaaenta the Je to wUak JtsaaTTha: aat etTetoaS, O.. ia a aaa-? Jar r "alaattoa aaaa. a atotf; hHy.e-t...

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. — 1 April 1899

J"-' ' '- - '. " ft I -,"- -.-. . -,.. . w mrv - - - - cam- w . - . i-L avma- mw v V "sT - emmce iSe SamiiMa Before -stmpirillis wcrkfiowa, :Mty .years ago, it begin itsrrocJc. , biacc I tbcnybu cm cotint rthesam- v -AfBmj7B liniuuMffurH L ,VE &r,a L-ur b .a' " Z ' ' ;parillis iT tie tioustnds WitieYery iriittDn o imita tion of the one. They have never teen able to im itate tie quality o Ac pioneer. When you see Ay&fs on a bottle of sarsa parilla that is enoueh;yoncan have cocidence at once. Ifybu want an experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want a cure, you must rimy 9 An Tke Snear3k. ers -&& gaaac StfMptriUi mwWJ SALT LAKE CITY WftJTPBY. UTAH IMPLEMENT GO. 8AX.T XAKJE crrx rm Waejea. HnMrsnlMUACvtiint. atoHae8tJ.rUrws; CaltfIHeelHeirS Kocfcliland. Steel Itows; Beet Steal KaxrowXsdc. WH ter Fileef. 'flbv PITH BmfaBBSB., IT aaaamaaVanv waai ""-bob BmaezaHut treat arfae-wIaaSBc Ban-ed PiyateoUiJtoasa, cBtaatetMB. woa orxeaaiiwr. shews, to Cta.'!. T. It . r.T...

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. — 1 April 1899

Ni ls fer- U r i) I- Hi taEL' r. -i' J a T ' OBnMI , S a - nMoiuMnr of AMERICAN Aeosoeieta for tee UmiVk oomtmoolj tmhei JtjmA&ri qgae taat tpteb Uki aaoav aay Mate, bat that j - - 7 . - lav spat not ptmrWe t for bioek ttt faatpmininiaBaytaara for tW- rarcalairr utW la eotee of oar atatet. HttlTaelttaca ia Arkaaaai. iba wtteaifaM JatHaV.' ' Ifcat alaa asolorr far ; eaee aot avoir ia Uk It k aaitL taet Km rare 'kacm taluw eee eeoeeetat wiuk taere May oa aaaey oiaaia wao fcare aaflerea a aaaular fate. Bat aba taint for bodi. aotyetti. "White mas Mm eae aeeeaat, "are coi kaiiuy ia jaoog heavily amedaad Muwumti; aegToas are leeiae; for aaotrKra., aaa the eeetaaaakyia . ia aa ejiroar." Tbarew so proof ia TJew tbat lias waoieeele aaaatacrc, worthy of aaaeVhaaten aa oaaaibals, is dae tavafeeue to aveage a victim of otwataal waaalt; it k aaeraly etated tbat freoaeat aaaraen bare c "owroi, aad theft aad fight, bat a to the color of the perpetrators, there amy roaooaablv 1 differeace 'OCo...

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. — 8 April 1899

's"'-. -,' .. ? -A Let us all hope that the ' lamp uf'liberty will con-1 tinue to burn in nil men j until th.ere shall no longer J be a doubt that all men are No one is deserving of libtrty who is unwilling to grant others all the" privileges he claims and sfnfeva Vai ltwnA created free and equaL-raki 2 OACiums iui win. j. SnnratA s WW. .. Hew to the Line. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 8, 1899 No. 33 AN EVASIVE REP LY. Towday's Herald contained a rather weak and rerr evasive reply to oar criticm o it editorial of March 25th, aad the first clatter out of the box it distorts the truth and the facts involved in the dis cussion. It says that 'a great ns&ny northern negroes are en gaged in the manufacture of race prejadice, inflaming the minds of their fellows in the south and in citing them to uprisings, which in variably results in disaster to the negroes and which may yet lead to their deDortation or extermina tion." The editor's reference -to north ern negroes engaged in m...

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. — 8 April 1899

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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