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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 July 1899

Irtl i MECCAS OP WESTERN TOURIST TTntmmfifrrfl fftrJlUijaa In tu m superb equipment for Int-ckm travel If offered by the oM rellaMe Hbecmrl Pacific Railway, the fast mall roate from SL Lonls to Kansas City aad tie West, with, choice of two rostes to tie famous summer resorts. Exceedingly low rates, both one war and rdSna trlp are offered this season. Illustrated and descrlptlTe pamphlets furnished free on application to any agent of the company, H. a Townsesd, Q. P. & T. ASSm, BU J-iOUlS, mo. yv- Tkroosh Colorado. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, with Its numerous branches penetrat ing the Rockies, has two distinct and separate lines across the mountains. Tickets reading via the "Scenic Line" between Denver and Grand Junction, In connection with the Rio Grande Western Ry. between Grand Junction and Ogden, are available over the Denver & Rio Grande either via its main line through Leadvllle and Glen wood Springs or via the line over Marshall Pass and through the Black Ca...

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. — 22 July 1899

'-' si fe V - f Pb1 j - f 1 t ' jb mhkWD IffiYOKR "Walker tit et tke t nl efftlefeaee. Hlet&ateMed taere w WfKt Tcettlat; ever. His rasaiS wejsCwera tired, so be rested roosted there. Tie csow was a foot deep oa tie fcrel, .aad is places It was oyer the - ;' walls. Slmeoa's tracks trailed across the field behind him. He aad ccme that way because It was aearer, but when he had gone halt the lietaace he regretted It, and was tempted to retrace bis steps and so by the road. Alter standing still and re e?tlng for some little time, he had decided to continue. When he reached the fence he was glad he had taken the field, otherwise laefe? weuld bare bees "no excuse for restiag on ihe top. rail of the fence. Heskad a shovel with him and was fjelBg.a mile up the road to help dig eat"adriftea place. 8taMsat on the fence till he began to fee alittlef chilly; whereupon he con alnfleVt&at he -was rested enough, aad Jampefi.down on the other side, Into Be had covered nearly half the dis t...

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. — 29 July 1899

sssssmV .tvT - .. VLsssT - j? mBBBBmBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBBBsVy .-sir ssssssssssssnL -sssssssssssssssssssssr imssssssssssl I mssssssssssssm V mssssssssssssk laflSssssssssssssssT .aBBBm, Jssssssssssssssssi Sbbsssssssssssf ""TTjfl' j" 5&5bssbssbf J "" T . t 3 HEW TO THE LINE. i "r - " 4- WIND AND BLUSTER An editorial appeared In The Broad Ax of Saturday, July 22, entitled "Pres ident McKInley and The Negro Sol diers," and It was taken exceptions to by a distinguished Individual "who styles himself Senator T. T. Allaln, late of Louisiana, but now of this city. This pre-eminent personage, who oc- casionally contributes articles to sev eral obscure papers, and who holds a cheap position at Washington, which he managed to secure through the In fluence or recommendations of Con gressman J. Frank Aldrich. James R. Mann, and would-be Congressman Geo. E. White. The Louisiana state senator of some thirty or forty years ago, labors under the hallucination, that fifty or one hun dred ye...

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. — 29 July 1899

fc tr P- ;- I?" vk te. I i j; Vi u1 r m. & ir b. I f- l r 1? li.T lr, THE BROAD AX 'WBlpraanlaata urf at all state aakeM the c xiiiMiiuitty. a nmn. .Xowwi. BesaMfoaaa, Priest, or aaj km their mt. ao l re ia ter aad respoasibtHir is toed. Tfc Bnad Ax fa a aewiaaper whaaa pktHera k bruaa NHik lor all, ever rjstaatag tha ettarialritfkiUrwaUa.- 1m1 waatcattea Trill bare atteaUeo; Wixta gal? ea m atta of tfee paper. , RHCURKW ((!TaBC)t aW IMf itHy M ti Aer wWiIac gates sadehaewaeB a wlkakv all otwamBBJeatioBi to TX3S TBTQT A3C, MM AxiKwa Aijwujl. Cstcieo. JULIUS F. TATLOB, Siitor sad FahUahar. MniiifH. News f General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happenings of Much or Uttle Importance from All Fart of the Civilised World Price of Farm rro doco la Weatera Market. Ellensburg, Wash. Louis Billow, "wanted In Fremont, Ohio, for murder, was taken east, Jacksonville. Fla. The Western Union Telegraph company is arrang- lB5 JT cbi betweB Miami, Fla., and Havana...

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. — 29 July 1899

gfcs Mm Hfeart tkamtu Tfca Teteras pt '61 and '65 as their trie wk are sola? to attend the Odrty-tklri G. A. R. anneal ea caapaeat at PkilelpMa la Septem ber could not select a better not aaore historic route than the Bis Four and Chesapeake & Ohio, -with SBlii4 service from Chicago, Peoria and St. J jjoms on tac Big .Four, all connecting: at Indianapolis or Cincinnati, and thence OTer the picturesque Chesa peake & Ohio, along the Ohio river to Huntington, W. Va.; thence through the foothills of the Alleghanles over the mountains, through the famous springs region of Virginia to Staunton, Va., between which point and Wash ington are many of the most promi nent battlefields Waynesboro, Gor donsville. Cedar Mountain, Rappa hannock, Kettle Run, Manassas, Bull Run, Fairfax and a score of others nearly as prominent Washington Is next, and thence via the Pennsylvania Line direct to Philadelphia. There will be three rates in effect for this business first, continuous passage, with ...

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. — 29 July 1899

L &BM AEKABLE EEAT ANIMAL NERVES GRAFTED TO MAN'S. lakfrMUas Instance of TbU Traan phta'tatles Oat of a Score et Re corded Clues No One, However, Re covered Entirely. In a certain proportion of case3 of Injuries to nerves the ends cannot be brought together and a portion of nerve obtained from one of the lower animals or from an amputated limb has been Implanted. Dr. R. Peterson contributed an Important article on transplantation of nerves to the Amer ican Journal of the Medical Sciences which contains an original case and an analysis of the small number of pre viously recorded cases. A man, aged 24, was severely Injured in the right wrist by a circular saw. The ulnar ar tery and flepor tendons were severed. The latter were Immediately sutured. He lost sensibility in the hand and lat er there were trophic changes glossy skin, corrugated nails and ulceration of the skin, and marked atrophy of the small muscles. Five months after the Injury the divided 'ends of the median nerve we...

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. — 12 August 1899

1 . ' - - v ' j- iam? ' - s -& aVmBmnmnmnTimYmr .aav. r -i-'T mmm .mnaamw mmm! rmmmV mamm QmnaaBB? mmmBmBmBBBBBBaV ?EmBBl immBBBr nasaBywmmmBy ,aar - amammv x. HEW TO THE LINE. VOL- IY MORE ABOUT MONEY. Money of custom, that Is money not affected by any law, is nothing but the Instrument for facilitating ex changes. Now, exchanging is one branch of distribution. Distribution Is done by carrying and exchanging. Money is but the Instrument of the one Just as the vehicle is of the other, or as the deed Is that of conveying land titles. Bnt-the moment "Law steps in and declares some rare, precious commodi ty Is the sole legal tender, that is the sole money, it makes of the instrument a totally different thing. Suppose Law were to declare the same way as to the vehicle, the plow, or the deed? It would be the same as granting a mon opoly of these instruments to a few very wealthy who thereby would con trol all transportation, all agriculture, except what may be done by spades, and all...

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. — 12 August 1899

It- w IS? K kV ' i & Ft te Hi' TIME BROAD AX. w WOlareanlcato aad at all tfMisrtsMyM stee priaelatee of Dewocracy, bnt Famen, taaraage i proper and res possibility 4 teed. ThaBread Ax ! a aesnpaper whose pktfana I breed esooeh for all, ere cUlmlnj tae editorial riht to speak, its ova mlad. Laeal eowemnlcatlon will bare attention; write ealy on one ride of tbe paper. tmaimon (advance): Om Tear.... KM Six Meets tee Advertlsls rates aiada known oaapplleaUee, Address all eomanaleatloBt io TTTT1 320J5Jt) JL-S. SOW AxxocbAvzkux, Caxcueo. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. i News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record or Happening of Much or little Importance from All Parts of the Civilised World Prices of Farm Pro dnce In Western Markets. Paris Major Marchand has been of fered tbe post of governor of the French settlement on the Somali coast and envoy extraordinary to King Men elek of Abyssinia. Topeka, Kan. The sale of the Leav enworth, Topeka &...

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. — 12 August 1899

- - SMTfat a Xiakat. BCtU Jf 6Ymhr, 1M7, to take eea as&si of the fteet 1b tie FacUc ocean, fee did sot rite oa a pan or a ilf tU ticket Being a persoaal friesd ot a B Heeft, Geaeral Agent of the Bal timore & Ohio passenger department in Washington, the bow fasnps sea fighter, boaght two. first-ctaaa tickets from "Washington to San Francisco Tla the B. and O., Chlcaso and North western. Union Pacific and vSosthera Pacific lines. Lieut Brumby accom panied the admiral aad the; departed on November 27. Some time ago. Man ager of Passenger Traffic D, B. Mar tin of the Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad, set oat to collect the conpo&s of the ticket aad only recently secared all of them. He has bad the ticket con taining" Dewey's signature, lithograph ed, and is .issuing fac similes as sou venirs. Staple Ufa reaerrer. It la not generally known that when a person falls in calm water a common felt hataaay be made useof as a life jtrsserver, and by placing the hat upon fee water, rim do...

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. — 12 August 1899

tL w. J r - K I - F CM I III H IT I fey ?. yOCICTY ITEMS. JMrs. L. A., Davis will arrive homo today from Mackinac Mr. S. Lalng Williams Is la 'La Pierre, Hick., for a short vacation. Misses 'Grace, and Blanche Wllkins nave returned to the city from Minne apolis. Mrs. B. K. Bruce will be the guest of Mrs.,D. H. Williams, 3301 Forest avenue. Mrs. Dora Powell, of 4741 Dearborn street, la mourning for the los3 of her pet dog "Dude." Mrs. Evelyn Gregory Henry, widow of Mr. David Henry, left last Saturday for her home In Detroit. Mr. Herbert Mayo died last Wednes day afternoon at 1 o'clock at his resi dence, 4724 Dearborn street. Mr. Leopold Green, of Springfield, I1L. is visiting his brother. .Dr. L.,W. Lewis, at 47th and State streets. Miss Hattie Haywood, of New Al bany. Ind., Is visiting Mrs. Emma Stewart. 54th and Butler streets. Mrs. J. F. Kelly, wire of Dr. Kelly, left last Tuesday for Ann Arbor, Mich., where she will spend the month.of Au gust Mrs. Mattie Marshall, tho popular Nor...

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. — 26 August 1899

V J -4 - -" - - i HEW TO THE LINE. mmmmmmmlmlmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmB vmmmmmmmmmfe mmmmmmmmmmp7 mmmmmmmmmmmMimmmmmsf I lsy y3BBB Immmmimmvx"" " gMLmmmmmmimW tflBl H W VOIi. IV. HAS BECOME A PART OF HIS TORY. The National Association of Colored Women and the National Afro-American Council hare held their respect ive conventions, and the actions and the deliberations of those who parti cipated in them has become a part of history and "while there were many things said by the delegates of both, conventions which would have been much, better unsaid nevertheless, a measure of good will flow from them. To an unbiased and close observer of the actions of individuals, it does seem that after all Is said and done, that the majority of women assem bled together are as boisterous as the horrid men. This was clearly demon strated by some of the ladies con nected with the National Association of Colored Women, for some of them were as unruly as a crowd of polit icians in convention. But aside from th...

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. — 26 August 1899

a K'' F tffi. Hi if ft K 8 1 111' ' I i -- r THE BROAD AX. POMJSKKD TOCE&XY. MMMMAMMMAMAA wairoaMlcate ul at all tfaaeaneboldtfca tree wriaejmlM ot Dessperaar, bnt raisers, Ctte&,otetaatTKKibtc ef Labor, In Mets, Harases, gepahHnms, PrieeU; or any eas mm eaa hare their say, so loeg- a theft langTiig la preset agdrasiJoaribjKtyia axed. The Bread Ax S a newspaper whose pleiiara la bread enough or all, ever rTnlTTitnj- the editorial right to apeak Ha owa sUfid. Local eoauBBBlcatlos will bare atUaHea; write only ea eae aide of tke paper. scBscxxrxxoss (adraace): One Tear fCSQ SixXonths. ..... UM Adrertiiing ratea made known on application; Address all communlcsttoBS io SOU Asxooa Avxsxx, Chicaso. JULIUS F. TAYLOB, Editor and Publisher. News of General Interest Told In Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening or Koch or XJttle Importance from All Farts of the Civilized World Prices of Farm Pro duce la Western Markets. New York. The death Is announced of Henry de VHm...

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. — 26 August 1899

A2 BjfjM ?Jm Is yeur breath bad? Tkea yoar MMmeatara their heads aside. y w Kcna means a bad liver. Ayara Kite are Uverpffls. They care caHsHpatioa, bffloasness, dyspepsia. alcfcheadacfce. 25c All&aggiatt. W. --Z.i.l v ' j - . i i:" jLTS.v .'T S ra BaSIt I arewa orriea Maekr Then -as I IUCKINGHAM'SOYE(UI, m . hiu ca. iiMMut. e-M. j PICTURED HORSES UP TO DATE Artiste' OosepUoa of the Xobte Stead Not Always Natural. The artist's horse of today is an al together different creature from the artist's horse of a century ago. In years gone by his neck was arched, his rump well rounded and his whole bear ing pompous and melodramatic Fre quently In the good old days he raised one foreleg like a setter dog or reared on both hind legs after the fashion of a grizzly bear. But things have changed cow, and the pictorial, or marble, steed has altered his quondam poses for brisker and more businesslike atti tudes. While the modern metamorpho sis may lack the heroic features which formerly chara...

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. — 26 August 1899

5 I- t Iff h r IS- I Arth is cettinq smaller. . At Jat Ita Feofiea Are Coming Ciena TegeUiar Erey Day Fnssa the St Louis Globe-Democrat: Om- of the wonders of this zoaxrelous age Is the rapidity with which the re mote quarters of the earth are betas brought close together. According to the Russian minister of railroad, when Russia's new trans-Siberian railroad is finished the trip around the world can be made In thirty-three days. When Jules Verne, Just - twenty-fire years ago, sent the fictitious Phlneas Fogg around the world in eighty days this exploit was deemed to be as near the absolutely impossible as at one time Puck's feat was of putting a girdle "round about the earth In forty min utes." Two American women travel ing In opposite directions, beat Fogg's mythical exploit a few years ago. When the Russian railroad is built, however, the record of their Journeys will. In the comparison, seem like the old stage coach and sailing vessel trav els do today. With what incredulity wo...

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. — 16 September 1899

!J, ?-, M fl HEW TO THE LIINE. A POL Pe VJ vV I -.BBa Jv JBfc j V &r VwiY fyf hjv H I lk. L B !5LLm y5iiiiim ri3sjy "ZijF ' '-. MMk. VOL. IT. EXPANSION. The following address was delivered by Julius P. Taylor before the Colored Democratic League of Cook County, Saturday evening, September 2d: Mr. President and members of the Cook County Democratic League. It is not my Intention on this occa sion to worry you with a long speech or address and without any further in troductory remarks, I will proceed with the all-absorbing subject which has been assigned to me, "Expansion." You are all well aware of the iact that immediately after the ruling pow ers of Spain had decided to accept the treaty of peace, the question arose in the minds of the leading statesmen, politicians and all others who take any interest in public affairs. What should this government do with, or what relation should it sustain to the people of the Philippine islands which we have been lead to believe came into it...

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. — 16 September 1899

r"J B4. IP- S IF w it I1 I THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WXXKLT. Will promulgate and at all tlssea tfco'd the tra principle! of. Democracy, bit Farmer, & ttolies, Protestants. KnUrbts it I sbor, Ia fldala. Mormons. Rennhlleaiis. Priests, or any oaaelsscan have their Mr, ao lon as their laagvace ii proper and responsibility la fixed. The Broad Az U a newspaper whose platfona la broad rnouch for ail, ever claiming the editorial richt to i peak ita own mind. Local communication will hare attentloa; write oslr on one aide of the paper. CBScsirnosca (adrance): 'One Year 1200 Sis Months 1X0 Advertising rate made known on application, Address all communications lo SOU Axjcouk Atsxce, Chicago. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. Editor and Publisher. Mil EVEN THE WEEK News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs, COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happenings of Much or Little Importance from All Parts of the Civilised World Irlces ot Farm Fro dse In Western Markets. Minneapolis John Blanchard, for nine years edit...

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. — 16 September 1899

la a Uttla side street la Philadelphia lire a old coapb who make a living tr foOotrtBs an odd occtipatloa. The balMlag occupied by them Is a. email two-tory affair that Tras.oae time used, evidently, for a grocery store. The lower floor Is packed full of cages, asd ia e&ch of these cages are two or more parrots. They are of all colors, sizes aad kinds. Thesa birds are pu pils, and they are taught to speak any phrase, or a serips of ihem, that sound so cnte when ntered by a well-trained parrot. Many of these birds are being trained to order. One of them, an especially fine bird Is denlgned for the dangnler of a wealthy person, whose name 4s Nellie The bird can now say, "Good morning. Nellie," "Go-jI night, Nellie," "Be a good girl, Nellie," and several oth?r sentences. The old lady affectionately refers to her place as "the school." IOcomotlTO Unas. During the past few months, the Baltimore and Ohio railroad has ma terially extended the runs of the pas senger locomotives on throu...

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. — 16 September 1899

, . t. - Wi Si i f. m ' iJetter op commendation. - July lGth. 1899. To ijham it may concern: Julius F. Taylor, who cornea to this city well recommended, has begun the publication of 'The Broad Ax, -which, I am informed, will disseminate Democratic principles and contend for the higher intellectual development of the Afro-American race and mankind fa. general. While he is thus engaged I bespeak for him the hearty support of all Icyal and true friends of.Democ racy. Respectfully, Carter H. Harrison. SHORT SERMONS. f ' The cry of the soul must be an swered from Sinai and Calvary, not the arena, the forum or the stage. Rev. W. H. Tubb. Ethical life Implies the election of motives other than selfish. In our age who will dispute this, sefishness has been apothesized as the one rule of conduct? Rev. Dr. E. G. HIrsch. There is sufficient basis in the recent researches of the. psychical society to warrant us in believing that some day the fact of immortality may receivo scientific demonstrat...

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. — 23 September 1899

- ' i- - . kJ . vv.f :,,;$: r! a HEW TO THE LINE. - -v ,.-. j'.,'. , xsjy FpSB. B. I ,E i3raaaaaaa3111laaaaaaaaa LassaamSv xVv aaaaaV .aaaaaaaw aaaa rBBBBBaVX aaaaam lsaaaaaw ZSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Eaaaal BBBBBBB7 rTc'asaaaaaV xyjaar .v ' -.aaaaaal Bmaaaaaeaammmmmmm H I k L EsBBBsar aaaaam Slaaaaaa Mr JmrW .JFaaaaBm &r e-ss bbbbbbbV X. HaBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB SBBBBBBwX B aBBBaMSBBBSv'SBaw f aTaaaaaw. ESBTaaTaBaaaTaBBBa r fc SBBTL f AjwJ" BBBBBBa SBBBBW f .aaaaaaaaaw V4XL. IT. COL. WM. J. BRYAN. May speeches and short addresses, were delivered by the various delegates who were in Attendance at the Anti Trust Conference. Some of the speak ers Indulged in high flights of oratory, some -were eloquent and flowery, others were demagogic in their utterences. while, .endeavoring to tickle the fancy of -their hearers. But of all the speakers whom wo heard, -none seemed to possess that sincerity and honesty of purpose to the same extent as Col. Win. J. Bryan. It is true he did not Indulge I...

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. — 23 September 1899

I r t It k I K V THE BROAD AXJMORALFu!ii!EriNHEmTED FCKJ8SZD WXSELT. WIVAWVWWWVWA WiaMMl(a sad at all UssesMheJa'tfee Irae ariaajalea of Democracy, ant Fanaers, &taeMjrreteetats, Kalc&ta cf I abor, la- Seals. Ksmeu. bmuicui. Priests, or ear aatfelaecea hare their ear, o loaf aa their t u aeser aad responsibility is axed. The Bread Ax U a newspaper whose plattera Sa bread eaoBch for all, erer rlslnalag the editorial right to apeak Its owa salad. Iieeal eoaaaaalcatlea 'will bare attention; write ealy es eao aide of the paper. BBsexxmoxs (ad ranee): One Tear K8Q SU Heaths .. LBO AdTarUsiB rates made hewn on application Address all com tannics ticrcu to TSE -Fn?OffT) A3C. SOtO Asxocx Avxxux, CKicxea JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. iiiiii..iiiiiiiiiii;iiiim,i,iiii,iii.i. TOPICS Of THE WEEK aniiimtmiiiimimmtiiiM in nun imii TO REPLACE LYNCHINGS. The New Orleans Harlequin has come to the conclusion that most lyachlngs are inspired by a desire for excitement and not by a sen...

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