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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 October 1899

i Ls'i -ssfrv 4 vbr . . . ;.- V -, (-J- i , THE BROAD AX. yrearzlcate uri at aH Uscahe3tbe ex .Dttnoeraey, on xinwn, C"3 unseats Laser, .m -!. Mn nit- ieMfeUeasa. Priests, er WIT utttN aaa. kTe their Mr. long- h tea fa pteeer aad wsponslkfilty Si axeaV The Broad-Ax kaaeeipsper whose pis ttera -4 breea esessa for all. ever clsftntee the sectorial Tic to speak Its own mlsd. laa ecMaaication 'rill bars atteetienr vcMa eJy ea one side of the paper. -M BCB6CRtrrrojr (aiirs&ce)t -Om Teas $a9 Six Heaths........ U Ad rerikisff rates made know on appllca tion, jLiittrawr all communications io SFTT! 3BO&3 JL3 560 Aurora Atzxtx, Chicio JPUDS F. TATLOK, Xdltor and Pablkher. j-y"""""" iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. TOPICS Of TOE WEEK f iMiTMiTiiiiuniiiHnuniiiHiHHUmiu "YEARLY- REPORTS COMING. The national commissioner of Internal 'revenue Is preparing estimates of the receipts of his .bureau or the next fiscal Tear. The custom experts of the treasury department are doing the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 October 1899

J , - . K a r' Y v-i A REMARKABLE SUCCESS. Tfet, Dr; riaklki Kites ia m tta-erWs ost ssccessfBlpfeysieiaas. isprevea by s thousand testimonials ftwiweM-toowa people. Oae pattest cereal after failure of eleven Grand Rapids physicians, others baring beea give sp by six, seven and tea Chicago doctore, another after nine leadis? physicians in New York City, Fhiladelpbta and Chicago failed. CoL 1?. Q. Parker, Ex-Treasurer, of Souta CaroliBa,says: "I believe Dr. Miles to be an attentive and very skillful physicsSl l.oeo testimonials and refereaees seat free. $3.50 worth of TreatBMat especially prepared for your case seat free. Address The Dr. Franklin Miles Association, Adams and State Sta.,Ckicago Victoria's Aversions. Ameag the queen's aversions are coal, gas, tobacco and cats. All her asjesty's fireplaces burn beech logs oaly. Of late years electricity has been sparingly Introduced into Wind-1 sor castle, but most of the artificial Hgfct required -Is still procured from wax candles. Sm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 October 1899

Sr k' y- , A XKMAKKAM.E SUCCESS. Tkat.Dr. Frklia-iilas Sk em ml teir lav amt saceeesfal pfersteiaas la prow hy a theasaaa testbaeaiala fresa weM-kaowa people. Oae pattest oerea after failure of eleTea Grasd Taapisa physkaaBs, others haTiag bee gfcnsa sp by six, seven and tea Chicago . cUetass, another after sine leadise lass ra fcew York Citv. PhUadeTand Chicago failed. CoL 17. G. r, JSx-Xreasnrer, of Soath Caroliaa,Bajs: "Ibelieve Dr. Miles to be aa attentive and very skillful phyal- - j,ww testimonials ana reieri seat free. $2.00 worth of Treatit especially prepared for your case seat free. Address The Dr. Franklin. MUea. Association, Adams and State Sta., Chicago., Ylctorta'a Aversions. Aaas-ag the queen's aversions are coal, gas, tobacco and cats. All her ssajesty's fireplaces burn beech logs osly. Of late years electricity has bcea sparingly Introduced Into Wind-1 sor castle, bat most of the artificial Ugkt required -Is still procured from wax candles. Smoking Is strictly forbi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 October 1899

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 November 1899

' - .-Jl-s- "- Vt fi HEW TO THE LINE. ft VOL. V. THE OLD FOLKS HOME. The comfortable two-story frame building located at 610 W. Garfield boulevard! has become known to at least a great per cent of the residenters of the south side as the Home for aged and infirm colored people, which was founded by Mrs. Gabriella Smith, and incorporated, under the laws of Illinois April 2. 1898. It is under the management of a board of directors consisting of J. C. Buckler, Lloyd G. Wheeler, J. H. Hudlin and several other gentlemen. Mrs. Smith who has been greatly interested in Its success from the start, is the efficient superintendent. Upon entering the home the visitor is ushered Into a cosyly furnished and well kept parlor. There are 11 rooms In the home which are all kept scrupulously clean. The dining room, kitchen and laundry, are all located in the basement, where the cooking, washing and Ironing is done. The inmates as far as they are able assist In the general work around the home. At the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 November 1899

e-r 'V .5 J i& THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 1TO1 wmnralnta and at all timet Behold tks tra principles of .Demoeracr, bt Farmers, WIDOW PIPER'S NEIGHBORS. (That They XM far Hs la Her Eeu e See. The sad sews went out over the Kansas prairie neighborhood one day In earlj May. "Farmer Piper Is dead," CrtTOlies, Protestants, Knichta cf I apor, la- 'V., 1 -- - Mis, Mormons. Republicans, Priests, or any says the Youth's Companion. He had Wwi&3&&3t to tte community several yean toner gn Is proper end responsibility The Broad Ax Ik a newspaper whose platform Is broad enough for all, erer claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local commimicat!on will hare attention; wt only oa one aide of the paper. rcsscBimoxs (adrance)t Oae Tear t 2jg AdTartisi&g rates made Vsowa oa application. Address all communications io THEBSOAD -ASC. SOU Aucots avsxuz, Cexcuoo. JULIUS F. TAYLOE, Editor and Publisher. niiiiiiii TOPKS OF IHE WH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 November 1899

rrTprr '-& '" -w.- XftTDNT M'KINLXY At m Sattle of XtstsHa, fcsm by the president daring bis visit to Chicago to tie autumn festival. He expressed a desire to see Dewey's victory as presented at the Cyclorama Bld&, Wabash avenue and Hubbard court, and at precisely 10:25 a. 1&, Tuesday, Oct loth, the president's carriage, leading about twenty others containing members of his cabinet and other notables, and preceded by a cavalry guard of honor, halted at the door, and Mr. H. H. Gross, chairman of the festival Industrial parade committee, stepped forward, received the president and escorted him to the observation deck of the Olympia. About a dozen sailors from Manila were lined up on each side of the gangway and saluted the president. He smiled and bowed very gracefully, and took off his hat to the heroes. After witnessing the great storm, the Olympia's night signals, the moonlight scene, the night lights of two cities, the beautiful Bunrise, the bat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 November 1899

' --. -- -' K It- ODDS AND ENDS. Horace Greeley Is editor of the Sa terprlse at Thornton, Iowa. The Japanese government In thi Island of Formosa has a monopoly of the camphor trade. Mrs. Mary Sturm, who died In MaryTllle, Mo., recently, had lived to see 236 of her descendents. Germany still clings to the ponderous keys of the middle ages, and keys weighing from an ounce upward have to be "carted" around. The total value of the lumber annually manufactured In the northwest. Including Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, is $80,000,000. "Hustings has realized $30,000 on an investment of 50 cents." "Great Scott! What did he buy?" "A marriage certificate." Philadelphia North American. A monster wine barrel has just been built at Nancy, France, for the Parii exposition. A dinner was given inside, the barrel to the 150 coopers who made It. Is 1877 the number of students a the universities of Italy was undei 9,000. This year it Is nearly 26,000, or more, in proportion to the population, than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 November 1899

HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. V. THE ELECTIONS. Tuesday, November 7, state elections were held in Ohio, Nebraska, Maryland, Iowa, Kentucky and several other states, and every inch of ground had been fought over and contested right up to the eve of he election, and as a "result of the hard work performed by the leaders and managers of the Democratic party of the various States, It has nothing to complain of, nor to feel discouraged over. On the whole the party made substantial gains. By the aid of the Negro vote In "Maryland, that State was wrenched from the hands of the Republican party and Governor-elect Smith and the entire Democratic ticket have over twelve thousand majority to their credit, and Maryland Is in line for 1900. The outcome of the Ohio contest is not very flattering to President McKlnJey and his un-American policy In dealing with the Filipinos. The combined vote of John R. McLean and Jones is largely in. excess of the vote cast for Nash. If Mayor Jones had kept out of the ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 November 1899

WWBf"11- J "cT-r2" 'w if R THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WZK&LY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the trow principles of Democracy,, bnt Fanner, Catholics, Protestants, Knights cf I abor, In fldels, Jionnoni, Bepnblican, Priest, or any one else can hare thrlr ear. so long as their tascn&ge is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper -whose platform to broad enonch for all, erer claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communication Trill hare attention; ziU only oa one side of the paper. scBScaimojrs (adranee): One Tear COO En Months LOO Adrertislng rates made known on application, Address all communications io TTTF, 3SOZS JiTT, 5010 Axkoux Avenue, Caruso. JT7LIUS F. TAYLOH, Editor and Publisher. 3" tin 11 null iniiimn mil nnt. I TOPKS Of THE WEEK 3i mi immMinmmmitHii inn mining BERLIN'S BACCARAT SCANDAL. Berlin, like London, has had its baccarat scandal. It has not involved . royal personages, as in the English instan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 November 1899

"-"p- fS 6 , "INCURABLE" HEART DISEASE sad Dropsy Soon Cored. Two dollars and a half worth of "Personal Treatment and a thousand references to and remarkable testimonials from Bishops, Clergymen, Bankers, etc., or their wives, will be sent free on request. These include many who have been cured after from five to fifteen physicians had pronounced them "incurable."' Among them are H. A. Grace, 504 Mountain St.. Elgin, I1L Mrs. Sophia Snowberg, Xo. 283 21st Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. A. P. Colburn, Blessing, Iowa. Mrs. M. B. Morelan, Rogers, Ohio, and the presidents of two medical colleges, etc. Send at once for free treatment to The t Dr. Franklin Miles Ass'n., Adams and State Sts., Chicago. Book free. EqulrocaL Mrs. Styles "Didn't I see yoa at the bargain counter at Gridley's yesterday?" Mrs. Myles "Yes; I was looking for something real cheap; I didn't see yoa, though." Yonkers Statesman. Do Ton Suffer from Worm Or other stomach troubles? SLOCUM'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC WORM CAKES are so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 November 1899

,? c" ' & & Ha -fe ';" ,,,11,141' J"- ' T lMftT? J ; tm Wtatoafeaip y a rlftwaa,- !a t axeat fetfrtaa't tea aat what pea kasv Wa oaly right, hoote for the ffctoett wU tarlBg, yon aiht Jast aa Mil 4WQBg. Q great toy of travel Jtoa ia the of 4 levraey, aceorsns to a ia Times.. n - aad tare was all right aa ditto ta daya soae by. bat ajakjK sad sore teithfe era of It to aotfceehi that aaaar um oaks fa fri Ct ftjite papaaaUy to rej kaewa. e is aaatty hetttee that) waeJaVacraH If thejrtrere .r?ea- aae f a -i to-mjot iw ahe tikte it wm hotter saM? : -, always aria iaJaV irtvat whea ther have ihy w tr wfllfct la a they et there. reons act evodHad jah -ae taiortaal waft ariy have, aaaai - aaatjh to eatl ottjebsa '-fhara. thejr It is siuisli, hat tntaeA bread r faaavgaK, HM1rii thta that 4aeatrts haa tear teste te tee se at aa. eaaaaeareat rto the la. thsr entente eta parsoa to wear 1C to trytes; to tktek what re; pat a rta em a earhrta Bager to feasted: as aHBlfH tfc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 November 1899

Z f .-i HEW TO THE LINE. rrwry . r- k" .. t&tZ&S. Sv y'Ss. jl, Hi jPk. UJJfj szz vV "yr A m7 - i - " " . rt RTtrJM&lr A-i?C A vVvjf1 mm.l . Smm mmB J rjsSr v ' WW t.-Ju. lJ.fi MmBL- smmmw Vml 1 mmmV ammV imm' ,Ja iaflaVvSmmm Kf Jjr-jjuSar .' -iu--Bsr z ammavN. VOL. V. THE DIVISION OP THE NEGRO VOTE. Bishop Alexander Walters, president of the National Afro-American Council was Interviewed recently by a representative of the Washington Post. During the interview. Bishop Walters came out flat-footed in favor of the division of the Negro vote. He has always contributed an article to the press, over his own signature, advocating and -championing that proposition. But the attitude which he has assumed In that direction has caused the Horn Judson Lyons, H. P. Cheatham, John P. Green, E. E. Cooper and many other distinguished gentlemen who de light In posing as the supposed savers i and leaders of the race, to reply to the biBhop's utterances. But their a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 November 1899

msf J wy iuZm'?'& gryyryyyi ST" THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY. PI11 promulgate and et all times uphold tha tens principles of Democracy, ?t Farmer, Catholic, Protestants, Knights cf J abor, lafidels, llonnons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can hare their tar, so long as their language is proper and responsibility is axed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whoseplatform ts broad enough for UL erer claiming the tditorid right to speak its own mind. Local communication will hare attention; writ only on one side of the paper. sxESCKirnoxs (adranee): One Yew . JS3 Six Months : 1-M Adrertising rates mede known on application, Address all communications io SOU) Abkocx Avesbe, Chicago. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. 51 3 3 '"" ""' iii.i.Miiiiiinuiiim. I TOPICS OF IE WEEK f SlIIIIMIIIIIIIimilMIITI THE AUTOMOBILE TRUST. The promoters are said to be working; at a consolidation of the automobile factories In this country and in England. If they succeed a new and promisi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 November 1899

Great Expansionist. Max R. Zaegel, the well-known drug- st of Sheboygan, wis., believes in printers', ink, Judiciously used, and he one of the most thorough students the science of advertising to be found anywhere. By keeping everlast ingly at it he has established a trade ror Ms "Swedish Essence of Life," far (beyond the borders of the United States, in all directions. Only a few iys ago he received two orders from llfferent points in South Australia on le same day and it is no uncommon currence for him to receive orders am some foreign countrywhile his sods have been sent to every state in le union. His latest achievement in idvertising effort Is the securing of le exclusive right to use as a tradelark the very appropriate design of a life preserver, he having Just been ited the registration of this trade mark by the U. S. Patent office, and lat It will prove a winner there can no doubt According; to Precedent. Prom the New York Journal: Uncle Dick I hope you are a good boy in sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 November 1899

.fc .-- v- r It I I SCRAPS. Ifeatrealis the greatest fteese water. ' aagaty-fbcraer ceatot Idaho l B-ab-lie laad. , Tie average value o pearls secared. "by divers laPaaaaaa bay is about 9150,. tot a year. Leadcm lias ijBOO houses that are tesantiBe "because they are supposed to be haaated. "The prihcess of Wales owns a tea service which Is decorated with photographs of her own taking. A cinematograph 'film at the OberamEaergau Passion Play, now. being exhibited, is over a mile in length. More than lf.000,000 acres of the Sahara have been converted Into feVtile soil with tlie aid of artesian wells. A native Maori chief, the descendant of cannibal kings, Is now completing his medical education in Chicago. "I thought she was a flame of yours, old man." "She was until she put herself out to cut me." Detroit Journal. The most important discovery made (by the Harriiaan scientific party in Alhska was-that glaciers are receding. In the years 1832 and. 1891, England lost fourteen millions of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 November 1899

v- - - jri HEW TO fTHE LINE. L VOL. V. THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL. CONVENTION. The Executive Committee of the Democratic National Committee convened at the Sherman House last Monday and Tuesday and its sessions were largely attended by prominent Democrats from all over the country. United States Senator James K. Jones, of Arkansas, presided oyer its deliberations and all of- its members and many other leaders of the party whom we conversed with, feel confident that victory will perch on the banner of Democracy in 1900. The committee decided on two of the most prominent issues for the coming campaign, "Trusts" and "Imperialism." These two will occupy -the -most conspicuous places in the next platform and other planks and issues will be added from time to time as tie campaign progresses, or moves forward. It was practically agreed by the executive body to hold the national convention early in May, or possibly prior to that date and to get into the field and be in good fighting order befo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 November 1899

- A c, ft .- THE BROAD AX. rvwumoD -wxeklt. TCalJte aad at all bafeeli&a Ira Tiaestef el Deaaoeraey, bpt Farmers, &iea,retaUt,KnIhu ci rater, la. MikKwBMi, Bepafelieaitf, Priests, or any wtlHcn kara'thelr car, ao long , their lrianr ir ' T " r " "T""" . T Bread Ax i a aewayaper whose platfam la teead esoBgh for ail, ever daktiac tie torialrisit to speak ittcwamiBd. TiBfQ eoaarcaieattaa will bare atteatlea; Wlf SB BOO Ha wa jpsyn. csscxirrzoss (advance): fW YfeY ........ ......... $& StrJfoaths .. LG AJiaitiilrgjatea aale known oBTapplIeattes, Hiirrnii all eomaraaleatioas lo SMO Axjcocr Avxxce, Csxcxse. JULIUS F. TATLOB, Editor aad Pnbfifliw. J1" nti..nimmmimniiinni I TOPICS Of THE WEEK in i inn i in i iimi ii nun iiiimum 1 1 imiS PAUNCEF0TJ3 WEDDING. Robert Bromley,-the honorary attache of the British embassy, aad Lilian, third danyhter of Ambassador aad Lady Pauacefote, whose -wedding la announced for this winter, -both belong to fine families of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 November 1899

v! U My Mother Had Consumption n $ -Mj mother ins trosMcd tjtli consumptioa for oust prs. At list si ins Kvca Jptodic A adgaboc told wr sot to give ap but try Aycr's Ckny Pcctoril, Ske did so d wis speedily cured, tad a v is the enjojaeeat of good lahL" D. P. Jolly, Feb. 2. 1899. Avoo, N. Y. Cares Hare Coughs No matter low aird your cough is or how loag yoa atve kd h, Aycr's Cherry .Pcctonl is the best thing ,yos could posably tale. Bat it's too nsfcy to wait until yoa have assumption, for sometimes it's impossible to core this disease. If yoa are congaiag today, don't wait until tomorrow, bat get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once and be relieved. It strengthens weak lungs. Tires sixes: S&, enough for an ordinary eeU;30eJaitrlght for asthma, bronchitis, sotnenesi, whooping-cough, bard colds; ILK), sunt economical for chronic cue ssl to keep on band. WHMH Personally I Conducted ! ! California ' ! Excursions I Via the Santa Fe Rotate. Three times m week from Chicago and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 November 1899

x f' rr- i ', ! !" r SATORDAY. NOVEMBERS, 1889. ' ? FEhSOffALS. Dase, the actress, wca tjfn on a railway train. Tbe princess of Wales is an omaivorous reader o serioua literature. Mrs. John B. McLean accompanies er husband on his campaign tours. Mrs. Maria Allen of Elyria, Ohio, who is, 98 years of age, is the oldest member of the "Woman's Relief Corps. Mrs. Sdrchan, a society woman of Newport, R. L, has been nominated as a aemher'of the school board of that city. Thomas Arnold, second son of Dr. Arnold of Rugby, has just completed a Tolume of reminiscences of his father. Miss Ora A. Root of Cincinnati spends her spare time collecting books aad reading matter to send to the soldiers in the Philippines. Capt. Sir Edward Chichester, the English commander who was friendly to Dewey at Manila, Is now transfer officer at Cape Town. The Bourbon duke of Parma, who was forced out of his duchy In 1859, kas-nineteen children, the largest family of any of the royalty of Europe. Sir James Blyth ...

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