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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 January 1900

iv vY SATURDAY, JANUARY 6. 1900. SCIENTIFIC JOTTINGS. It ris said that successful trials of a telephonic apparatus without wire hare been had in Italy. The Instruments were installed on moving trains. The details of the experiments and apparatus are meager. One hospital in New York lias adopted a camera, to record minutely the action of patients, and many moving pictures have been taken, showing the movements in walking of persons afflicted with locomotor ataxia. They are produced slowly on the screen, so that physicians are enabled to study 'the symptoms carefully. Moving pictures have been taken in Vienna showing operations being performed by great surgeons. Barometric readings reduced to true atmospheric pressure are now required by the weather bureau, tie approximate corrections for gravity being applied to all barometric readings. This correction applies to all mercurial barometers and is nearly constant at any one station. The corrected reading is a standard measure of atmosph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 January 1900

!"' VOL. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. III. As it has been observed, that the Whiff party assumed control of the affairs of the nation, March 4, 1841. but nothing: was done Ty it, nor any of its leaders, towards abolishing the institution of slavery, but they rather encouraged its spread and growth, and the administration. Wm. Henry Harris son and John Tyler, were unrivaled in its ugliness and forms one of the blackest pages in the history of this jrreat republic, and while it was at the helm, public sentiment gradually set iu. In favor of forming an anti-slavery or free boII party, and as this new move ment continued to increase and spread over the country, many of the best and the greatest Democrats enlisted in the new army of freedom. It is a singular coincident that the three candidates who were nominated for president by the anti-slavery or the free soil party were Democrats, tho first was James G. Birney of Kentucky, who liberated his slaves before running for presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 January 1900

a t -" - I i i i -i HEW XO THE LINE. 4 TOIi. V. THB POLITICAL PARTIES ATCD THE NEGRO. III. As it has been observed, that the Whiff party assumed control of the affairs of the nation, March 4, 1811, but nothing was done "by it, nor any of its leaders, towards abolishing the institution of slavery, but they rather encouraged Its spread and growth, and the administration, Wm. Henry Harrison and John Tyler, were unrivaled in its ugliness and forms one of the blackest pages in the history of this great republic, and while it was at the helm, public sentiment gradually set in. in favor of forming an anti-slavery or free soil party, and as this new move mcnt continued to increase and spread ovor the country, many of the best and the greatest Democrats enlisted in the new army of freedom. It is a singular coincident that the three candidates who were nominated for president by the anti-slavery or the free sell party were Democrats, the first was James G. Birney of Kentucky, who liberated hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 January 1900

V r Ite gnat Meet psiflar Z&eftl. of Life is to b TvfwWMks' Tnutmnut Fr girt sway free to readers eitbispo r. Tlds BMdiciBe cK7esBkramatisB, StomaA, Lirer ud Bowel CompUtea, y rwnsting dUeaae gemt'fnmtUhloed. It tOM Tap the Btoudi asd creates aa appetite; works tlte lirer and baa a mild, comtintioas effect ttpoa the bowels, tbBS cleaning out the entire ayatem; it makes Heir, rich blood, reg vlates the heart and k&aejs and rids lbs body of all waste scatter. It also ladaces a gentle perspiration, thus prerenting f erers and congestion. Sheamitiirrrr. backache and headache, bUknunees and all nervosa dineimes are rapidly cared, as welt as all dlieases of vroBcn. No one need trenble f rum Mires to donbt whether this resaedy will do all these things, for yon can hare a free trial package first and see what it does for yon. Zaegel's Swedish Essence is so well known that probably quite a number of onr readers are already nsing it, bn this nukes no difference, as a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 January 1900

aaaaaeaaaa.-n-,.,,-,- " II II Half a Bottle Cured Me Mi "Abost tatrty years igo I toogit a bottle of Aycrs Hxif Vigor to stop ay a froai filliag out. Oae-iulf a bottle cured sac A few dm bo say hir Begin to fill out agua. I I went to tie sedkta siclf tad 9 fOTnd the old bottle of Hair Vigor just as good as wiea I bosgat it." J. C Baxter. BfiSwood, I1L, Sept 27, 1899. Keeps Thirty Years r Aycrs Hair Vigor is certxmiy Tue sost eoesoaucu prep tntioa of its kind a the market. A little of ft goes a loag way. And taea, wkat you don't seed now joa caa ;jse some otaer tiae just as well. It doesn't take maca of h to stop falling of the Hair, restore color to gray hair, cure dandruf, and keep the kairsof t and glossy. There's a great deal of good and an immease araosnt of satisfaction ia every Jbottle of h. Write the Doctor If jon do not obtain all the benefits jtm desire from the tue of the Vigor, write the Doctor about it. Address, Dr. J. C Axsa, Lowell, Wats. ftCsrctCSMf. Sara Threat. Crea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 January 1900

a --wr-w -ijE JfW - -r?' Jt SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 19G0. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. London rMinj; schools are prondias woman grooii XdIrrork schools in Vienna excel In variety of work and number ot fancystitches. Sir. B. A. Slulroner ot Philadelphia has made orer $5tijD0O oat of her shops in the Klondike. , , XfW York joung uromefl -bare fogiied classes for instruction In intelligent foreign traveling. A Woman Society for the Prevention of CroeMy to Animals has been formed in Xer Jersey. Sister Cenerose (Mattingly). yho died recently at Ioretla. Ky was the oldest nun In the United States. Mrs. Elizabeth Carey Agassiz has resigned the presidency of Hadcliffe college on account of advanced ageMrs. Mary E. Hawley of Pekin, I1L. who gave her fortnne to the cause of temperance, has written a play called True to Her Convictions,", which will be staged next year. At the International Congress of Temperance Workers to be held In Paris next April, Ladr Henry Somerset, who is to be one of the princ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 January 1900

A nuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuKuuuuVf SF '3 annnnnnnnnV .Lnnnnnnnnnnnnnnw iannnnnnH iIBl x lannnnnnnnnnns iCmP 3IHK XEnnnnnnnnnV LnnnnnnnnnnV s'5''!! x.ti3b H. V. .nuuuuum enuuuuuuuv Vmnuut I LnuuunA. nanm ELnuuw VLnnum Nwnnuni mnnnnr VJrgfgF LnnnnnL Vanr -z LnunuuV . SLjr r kw . bbbbbbL hbbB ff5BBffBr"BBBBBBBBBBV Sbbbbbbbbbhbhbbbbbbbb jBBBBk 1 uf0P BHBBBBBBBNkJ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHhk 1 VOL. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. IV. Towards the close of James K. Polk's administration, David Wilmot of Pa., who -was an unyellding and unbending Democrat formulated and introduced into the Lower House of Congress his more than memorable Proviso for the Interdiction of slavery In all territories belonging to the United States at that time and which were likely to come Into its possession, and the Wilmot Proviso or measure received the hearts support of a large majority of Democrats from the free states. It is worth while to note in passing that Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia favored the Wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 January 1900

(T " V 9 Tpr r I ! I I c lit l!. if tt i ! I I 9 5 h THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. VAAAAAAMAA rfilIjrosralte and at all tiaaes uphold the teae principles of Democracy, bnt Faraera, Catbolies, Protestants. Krdghtt cX f abor, Ib Sdela, Mormons, Republics ns, Priests, or anr sseelM can haTS tkelr say, to loot as their Ungr g is proper and responsibility U fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose platform Is broad enough for all, erer claiming the editorial right to apeak iu own mind. Local communication will hare attention; writ oalr on one aide of the paper. rcEScnmOEs (adrance): Ose Tear : S0 Six Months......... LOO AdTcrtisIss rates made known on application, Address all communications io SHS EBOaS A?C. COM Axxocs Avzxux, Caruso. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. CURRENT TOPICS SOOTH AFRICA. Almost the only news allowed to come regularly from Ladysmlth through British sources relates to the ravages ot enteric fever, the Intestinal disease that follows a defective food suppl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 January 1900

A. Xew-SM . Tert. Tiere ie laaty -young city trowUj up down te Texas which la attracting widespread attention. It la 1 Porte, located at the head of Gsireston Bar- It is being made the great seaport of the Gull of Mexico, the meeting place of rail and -water ways for the vast commerce of the -west The Baring to -western shippers via this export outlet -will run into -millions annually. The city has the most magnificent natural port on the southern coast of the United States and one of the best in the world. The U. S. .government Is completing a deep water channel through the bay to the gulf, which will soon bring the largest ocean liners to La Porte docks and wharfs. Winter Excursions. The Southern Pacific Company and its connections operate the best first and second-class service to- Calif ornla, Arizona, Texas and Mexico. Through Pullman Palace Sleepers and Tourist Sleepers from all principal eastern points. Personally conducted Tourist Excursions from Cincinnati, Louisville, St L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 January 1900

Hm&Ss& ft -V-? . '& SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1900. ODDS AND ENDS. Colombia, S. C, has an ordlnaaee which, requires that gates should swfag award. Stain of nana juice Is almost Indelible. It does not proceed from the rtalk' or plant, but exists in the green fruit as well. Many comets will be seen during the twentieth century. The most interesting Is Halley's last seen In 1835. It Is due in 1910 or 191L A. clever rascal recently succeeded In selling to the peasants of a remote town In. Russia, tickets which purported to admit them to Paradise. Congress will be asked to establish a national parkin the southern Alleganies, probably in the Blue Ridge or Smoky mountains, western North Carolina. The latest ban-le charm worn In Paris Is. a man's little battered-in tall hat a not particularly creditable souvenir of the Eongchamps-Loubet incident. Paris Letter. Freddie "There is one thing I'd like to know." Cobwlgger "Well?" Freddie "Why is there no use asking...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 January 1900

.JBBBB a H m H PLX K StB jlHHIBk vI-EbbbbbbbbbI k3bbbbbbbbbbV HB. l-h35wjfs .. hvhhh flHI9Br -VHBiv? HflM vz-sbbBSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1' hbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbS" ' " HHHBv PHv HHIIBv HEW TO THE LINE. r VOL. V. SIX MONTHS IN CHICAGO. Six months ago we began republishing The Broad Ax here in this city, and in our salutary we stated that "II the great reading public would take the time to peruse its columns it would enable it to glide over the rough and uncertain sea of Journalism and tc reach a harbor of safety." Th reading public have stopped and read our little journal and the result is that it has found its way into the hemes of hundreds of the best families of both races. Yea, more than that, it has found lodgement in Its brief space of time in the homes of Vkost residing in many parts of this state and as far east as New York, Washington and! South. Alabama and North Carolina. At the time we began its re-publlca-tion, many contended that as the politicians would not stand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 January 1900

IJ Wll i ." " """"a ,i . - - - ----- - . . . t-'- y ysxrt "" ir it ; "Take Time By The Forelock." r tDm,t'Bu2tBilsidirS30oaljicsye. "Whet thai tired fedsig. the ftrsi thea ' malic past the first taarrings of mp&c tied ate manifest, taJee Bad's SarsaparXa ani yoa nST ttsctse yoer health aatd prebMysxsLseno3Ssk&xss. 'Sesere to get Booas,Tec2Bse Taaaed Taraatals Tfeat Does Strata. Mr. Gocdlu of Texas owns a pet tarantula which he calls Joe. The tarantula responds to his came and Sires many -tokens cf intelligence and affection. He lies perfectly quiet on his back, lets his fangs be exhibited, and makes no attempt to use them to any one's harm. At his master's command he shakes hands "with one of ils long legs, and he lovss to be fondled and petted. He has been in captlTity more than two years, and apparently has no longing for freedom. He is large, cleanly In his habits and will not allow any refuse in his cage. He eats only once in three or four weeks and throw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 January 1900

f "Take Time by The Forelock" r Don't oai sniil sickness overtakes yotu WSoi t hat tired feeling, ihe first theamalic pain, the first 'warnings of enpere Blood ore manifest, take Hood's Sarsaparitla and yoa wSt rescue yoar health and probably save serbos sickness. 'Sessre to get HxxTsr'tecaBse ZJbocEi SaUapt Tamed Tarantula That Does Stasis. Mr. Goodin of Texas owns a pet tarantula which he calls Joe. The tarantula responds to his name and gires many -tokens of Intelligence and affection. He lies perfectly quiet on his back, lets his fangs be exhibited, and makes no attempt to use them to any one's harm. At his master's command he shakes hands with ono of Jiis long legs, and he loves to be fondled and petted. He has been in captivity more than two years, and apparently has no longing for freedom. He is large, cleanly in his habits and will not allow any refuse In his cage. He -eats only once in three or four weeks and throws away his old clothes and puts on new ones once a year. His...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 January 1900

TttE TRANSVi at -Tbo National Magazine" haa made 4 new departure characteristic of Americas enterprise and posh, stall representatives are sent to different parts of the -world to obtain material that will bo of interest to American readers, and observations made from an American standpoint based npon the fundamental purpose of human interest When the hostilities In South Africa began Mr. Arthur W. Tarbell, staff writer, was sent from Boston ta South Africa, and articles from his pen rlll appear each month, giving details from personal observation and photographs taken expressly and exclusively for "The National Magazine." That tie American people are quick to appreciate enterprise of this sort is evinced by a constantly increasing list of subscribers. Nickel-Steel for Boilers. Ihe results of recent experiments by Mr. A. F. arrow go to show that nickel-steel, which has proved so valuable for the armor of warships, is also an excellent material for boilers. The resistance of nickel-s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 January 1900

F$s r?fiwt:..r S kr IM SATH5DAY, JANUARY 27, 1990. HORT SERMONS. A man is God's bob, that Is why it pays God to save hira. Rev. Frank 1 Crane. The world was made that we might e born. We are born that we may , lnunr the Creator both of the world ad of ourselves, viz: God. Rev. J. J. "Williams. The living Christ .most go with us Into the factory, the shop, the store, znnstsit with us in the office, the legislative -hall, and the home. Rev. Albert Byde. The history of the Christian era is replete with demonstration that rebellion against the 'religions beliefs of the fathers is "the seed of the church." William G. Ewings. The Bible is a book which never Sizes wrong about pride, lust, and vanity, about submission, reverence and Jove Its teachings shine bright, on these subjects. Rev. H. R. Rose. A very considerable light has been thrown upon the elements of the problem of destiny by reason of a deeper conception of God and of his grace of life and of its meaning. Rev. L. 11. Clarke. , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 February 1900

KMgfg 1 3 'Z&fBWlf' , i i HEW TO THE LINE. f VOL. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. V. The great political struggle of 1848 is remembered even until this day, as the most remarkable and exciting contests ever witnessed in this or in anyother country. The immediate annexation of Texas, and the slavery question ee the leading and the overshadowing issues during the presidential ejection of that year. The friend's and adherents of Ex-President Martin Van Buren were committed to the policy of the Wilmot proviso, and naturally refused to aid or support Gen. Lewis Cass, who received the nomination for President by the Democratic party, to run in opposition to Gen.Zachary Taylor, who was nominated ror President by the Whig party, who was a Louisiana planter and the owner of three hundred slaves, and he was the last slave holder to be thus honored byj either political party. , Notwithstanding the fact that he firmly believed in the divine origin of slavery he received the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 February 1900

I-; p-7 X" It ? l II r I e Bf Water Pert. The growing interest ia deep wate Wiportg and cheap transportation by 'water, gives added iraportaneo to the haUdiag op of the city of La Porte Texas. The high, dry ground of La Forte is in direct contrast with the greater portion of the- Mexican Gulf Coast Marshes, malaria and fevers are aEkaovm. La Porte is to bo formally "opeaed" and introduced to the publio February 14 to 17, when it is expected. a great crowd of Northern and Texas people will be on hand to inspect the much talked of new seaport of the Gulf. So great is the interest shown that the American Land Co.. 183 Madison St., Chicago, acting as Northern Manager, ia deluged with letters of inquiry. How Ha Got W1L A Portland Invalid called on a local physician for an examination. The doctor made the diagnosis and gave the sufferer a prescription, charging him 10. Some time afterward they met on the street. "Well." said the doctor, "yen are looking n hundred per cent better. That med...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 February 1900

B pyWKiJKragsTWttwS,,, iimnTr;(l,M ANegctaaePrepatationrofAssinBating fceFoodandBegufaliag lie S towtiB andBwels of Promotes DigestionJCheerfuFnessandResLCoRtains neither OptiLMorpyne norfineraL Uot "Narc OTIC . 'MeafOUJy-SiMCXtPmXR && jKcJauttSI HintSimd Aperied Remedy forConslipaRon, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature or yEWYDRK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Wild With ECZEMA Hands and Limbs Covered with Blisters and Great Red Blotches. Scratched Until Almost Wild. Burned Like Fire. Sleep Impossible. CUTICURA Remedies Brin Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cur at a Cost of Only $2. I was a sufferer for eight years from that most distressing of all diseases, Eczema.. I tried some of the best physicians in the V4avBpBaaBBLil' HBml HutX IHSBii w,iEmrrMmm';r Save them a thorough triaj. and after a few applications I noticed the redness and inflammation disappear. Before I had used one box there was not a sign of Eczema left. I can truthfully ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 February 1900

V , r? . tig V r?Sarjw:p . SATURDAY. FEBRUARY '3. 1900. CHIPS. (Continued from page 1.) tionnJ Committee. As far as the Broad Ax Is concerned, it believes that Mr. McLean, is the proper person for that responsible place. Not that wc desire to cast any leflections upon Senator Jones, but Mr. McLean Is much younger in years and his political training- and experience gives him a great advantage over many elderly men. Then agairi, he believes in encouragingNegro Democracy, and that is the kind of a man we want to see at the head of the National Committee. Notwithstanding the intense cold, a large number of ladles were present to listen, to an excellent program prepared by Mrs. Bundy, Chairman of the Home Section of the Phyllis "Wheatley Cub last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R.v. Tillman of Englewood read a splendid paper In which she refered to economy in the home duty of women in club life, and closed with an original pcem. from her own pen, in memorium of Phyllis "Wheatley. Dr. Jeffery g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 February 1900

"Ve Jf' i IOC SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1900. CHIPS. (Continued from page 1.) tlonal Committee. As far as the Broad Ax Is concerned, it believes that Mr. McLean Is the proper person for that responsible place. Not that we desire to cast any lefiections upon Senator Jones, but Mr. McLean Is much- younger in years and his political training- and experience gives him a great advantage over many elderly men. Then again, he believes in encouraging Negro Democracy, and that ishe kind of a man we -want to see at the bead of the National Committee. Notwithstanding the intense cold, a large number of ladies were present to listen to an excellent program prepared by Mrs. Bundy, Chairman of the Home Section of the Phyllis Wheatley Cub last "Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R.v. Tillman of Englewood read a splendid paper in which she refered to economy in the home duty of women in club life, and closed with an original pecm. from her own pen, in memorium of Phyllis Wheatley. Dr. Jeffery gave a lecture on ...

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