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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 February 1900

TvSf.Wrvrf I -' I - , Mil ST". i4 i HEW TO THE LIINE. ""E3!pT li" w- fcV . VOL.. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND TXXL vrcrrrk vi. March the 4th. 1S49. the Whig Party under the leadership of Zachariah Taylor and Millard Fillmore assumed control of the government, and "Old Rough and Ready" who had whipped the Mexicans served as president until July 9, 1S50, then he was released from all his earthly cares and woes and upon beginlng his journey 'to that unknown world or country. Millard Fillmore became President nnd during his reign as such the Fugitive Slave law was enacted and it was by far the most odious and atrocious measure ever enacted by any legislative body iu the world. But we must remember "ft was not a Democratic measure far from it but it was a Whig measure pure and simple and the greatest leaders in that party including Abraham Lincoln were in hearty accord with its provisions. It invested President Fillmore with the power to appoint commissioners in all parts of the country ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 February 1900

-gigJsi'nwi;'ftu 'i tf"' 'pv-"-- sr !-. lit r t F ? 4 i "Nature Abhors a. Vacuum. " i &jrihgin the worU.stjjidsst3. Jf 'ytv re weff ind strong dty By dty the Hood sepphes its tide of vigor. Ifyoavt BJ, the Blood is qorong nd auric mcrexsing qaintUks of diseased germs. Youautnot cJiznge Ntlure, Bui you auiJUdherBy keeping the Blood pare. Hood's SstrsiprSU does this us nothing else cm. Be tare to get Hood's, because rtj Blgceat Ere In the World. The biggest egg In the world la now in London, and will soon be offered for sale. It was found burled In the Band In Madagascar by natives. The egg, known to naturalists as the Aepyornls maxlmus, measures nearly a yard In circumference and over a foot In length. Its cubical capacity Is equal to nearly six ostrich or 150 hen's eggs. Specimens of this gigantic egg, the lineal measurement of which is double that of a large ostrich, while the cubic is eight times as great, have occasionally been met with in London and have brought as m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 February 1900

'fRr-'' "Sj''8HpW(P5S .WbURABLE" HEAfcT DISEASE And repay Sooa Cared. fve dollars and a half -worth of Peisonal 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 Buoy who hare been cured after from flr6 to firteen physicians had pronounced them "incurable." Among them are H. A. Grace, 504 Mountain St, Elgin, 111.; Mrs. Sophia Snowberg. wo. 2S2 21st Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. A. P. Colburn, Blessing, la.; Mrs. M. B. Morelan, Rogers, Ohio, and the presidents of two medical colleges, etc. Send at once for Free Treatment to The Dr. Miles Medical Association 01-209 State St, Chicago. Book free. A play called "Tommy Atkins" has jeen having a successful run in the . cape Town opera house. Worthless Stuff! What a lot o trash is sold as cough cures. The hollow drum makes the loudest noisethe biggest advertisement often covers worthlessness. Sixty years of! cures and such te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 February 1900

v I SATURDAY. FEBRUARY .,1960. UtOU-OF COMMENDATION. Chicago, Sept. 16. 1S99. Kr. JaHns F. Taylor; Editor Broad Ax. Daw Sir I am glad to learn of the wrlck&t is being done by your paper la Vnjilf of Chicago platform prlntIes. That platform stands for ABCha- government as Jefferson ac4 Uncoln favored, namely, a government o tte people, for the people and by tfce people, and I believe that such gevefameat will prove a blessing to ftfc stent majority of the people. ' Yours truly, W. J. Bryan. July 15th. 1893. T tai It may concern: Jallas F. Taylor, who comes to this city well recommended, has begun the yaUicztton of "The Broad Ax," which. X ajB Informed, will disseminate Deaeeratlc principles and contend for the higher' Intellectual development of the AfrerAmerlcan race and mankind In teseraL While he Is thus engaged Z eeepeak for him the hearty support f aU'loyal and true friends of Democracy.' Respectfully, Carter H. Harrison. Headquarters of Democratic State Central Comm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 February 1900

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 February 1900

..-S ' w" K, 1! jSl- !"f .. . -o- l-1 J.l, 1, KSi lr sr I i &'. v ir f ?1 "- -I lw 1- -. : i- BROAD -.'iX nWOD WBKIiT. V.JUEW8r.TAnjO,tar tad I CURRENT TOPICS 9 T'iFOPULARrZK atCNfCIPAlT IASS. ' ThVcRy of Salem, Ore., has tried aa ' iprteent la municipal Imam that -te deservteg .af imitation by other - cRk of tie country. A large part of .tfce. debt of galea was recently refans' od ml the popular-loan plan, someirk, after the manner of the national ' ttBTeramafB popular loan to secure funds lor the "prosecution of the Spaa taa-Aserican "war. The galea plan 1m features, however, which make It -preferable' to the plan pursued by the federal government la placing' its bonds aaeagthe people. The refundtea; bead of the city of Sales are 4 per eeat call. beads, payable oa or before, tea .years from the date of keue. ' TW bonds tinge from $50 to $609 In "- -denomination. The Interest Is payable la Sales, Instead -of at some outside Sasuckl -center. The. issue was subscribed fou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 February 1900

P"r7y .-.h.? s: --.' tf . ?3 a - - -f- - ' " . . -l . v. JSJj '" - - BTO HUM. i uu. a cria PrieeaUa. Write :tar Xaasgar SMtC1. way paj Iw a iWieoLwe. A. !! oarhwSwd sreaiina vm-t i. . -Does e? Ye wfht to mr jm ,be he ci ftd Ms emir, er &ts gleere llato hTe fctwiw fciasR.Orere'a atoaairje it eae uSTkeT Toa east toll by the Weese wIefc of tba e will bg wwj. Atauttat i a 8Jet Scat "graa. Cbelee Recipes srnaMe; cSTiotoi-. Adsres- wamawl cST tadTBgaSgSftg; A auV faalts attract man attaaUoa than ateTirtxa. Mru Wlasle Wa SoeMc gyraav rorrtMw .-. efteesttaedaees t Wit exomte tsothiag, yet briBgs am. don far eTerythiag. ', Wha AHBm . Try Tl-KL Cera Ooras nd Baaloas wttbeat P&. Jfercr fen. Pragsw-rmocmaauc. THaca,cl9rtSS: SchelB fer-aa es-eageateat riag is a design la Jewelry. OMTlCsuk - - It win break an e M I always nllk. --- - HfatAlMM MH.iU a-?!! "" rmt Sympathy seoa forgets, bat eavy has a good Bteatery. T Cu Grew Mm Xaafly vrffiii?-: JlorTsrSr. Writ, T. K JeTta, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 February 1900

- V ? 4. 'mil v i tiH i . . - - -- i- . . JMK uniw T5 rssMest, Mt lamatic-afca, . i - f . - V . . lcltaeta: Deris the et badassa iir." Loss elwiyj 'ttae-e eschease warn & d passasKffwetiaas wjth L)s. teaaaurTniHiy. Teh. 37th, ai 3 p. bC Stcawsy Hall 17 E. Turn. Borei strett (Recital Halt, seventh Jfoor) tk&t boM aad great wcaaa Mra. Chas. Hearotla wiU address The "Worn-' 1eJea. Mra.'w.'lL-'llorse wilf preside. Mrs. Hearotla .needs mo farther Introdaettoa lo the. naaeiu of The,,BroadHea. Gee. W. CTaunninais-, awahr ef Jthe Beard, of -BduealloB, has bes aektliiacd 1b csaaectioa for th? noaiaatlea 3or Coagreesaan from the district whereia ae 'resides, tint Mr. Cfrmsioaitwp ays, under bo cossideraWea weald he entertain, that prop Deitie far oae alnute &a he is too ab-, serbed in basiaess affairs. Jsaticc John M. Moore, who his fsr a gnat any years served la that cv saeitx; has made for himself a repa-taUea-fcr falp3 and honesty, which 'will test far t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 February 1900

Ft" 4 HEW TO: THE LINE. VOL. V. OUR TICKET. For President Col. Win, J. Bryan, of Nebraska. Yoe Vice-President Congressman Wm. Sulzer, of New York. OUR PIiATFORM. Equal and exact justice to every man, woman and child special privileges to none. Down with trusts, monopolies, unlawful combinations, mob 2nd lynch law, militarism. Imperialism. Secret alliances with foreign countries. America for the Americans, Cuba for the Cubans and "the Philippine Islands for the Filipinos. I'TIT? TWT.TrTrAT TJATJTTrSI Avrvptrr I NEGRO. VIII. "We do not propose before passing on, to the presidential eledtion of 1852, to elaborate very extensively upon the black laws which were enacted by the xioa-slaveholdlng states. But it is sufficient to assert that no state or states surpassed Illinois and Indiana In that direction. In 1850 or shortly after the enactment of the fugitive slave law by the Whig Party, the legislature of the later formulated a new state constitution, and its 13th artide forbid Negroes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 February 1900

JU It Tm tv- "Deeds Are Better Than Words. t THE BROAD AX. rVSLTSKSD WXEXLY. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa lfUlproaBlft tad at all tlBnesmpfeoIdtfes trrns priseiplM of Deaecraeri bnt Finun, Catholics. Protestants. Knisfata ct ( abor. In- I Bdel. Mormons, BepBbUeans, Priest, or anr local communication will iara attention) vrziU only on one aide of the paper. What-does Hood's Sarsa- piTtlUL flOv J. tlC tftSWCf ' nae else can hare their aar. ap Ion aa thair r y t j f, . lanes, is proper ana rwpoaaiBiusr nxeo. COmeS full - thfOafed from t The Broad JUbt newspaper whose p Utform it r f. broad eaonch for all, erer claiming tha VWOTUli. GlUrua -JJI ficouny , aitenai ngnt to speak its own mina. mm and hippy vxxnen. "B does jest mfut U datns to do," purifies the Ueei as nothing else can. The rmmber tf those sxfo answer thus is legion and their sentiment is vnantmoss. Kidney Trouble "Crip tefl me with severe pains in my back And J&dmeys. Coc&d not Biififc soithoat s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 February 1900

"-jrte ;- J? i "1 Could Hardly Breathe I tui a terrible cold tsd could kirdlj bcettW 1 tics tried Ayers Ckrry Fectortl tnd it give c iwfedkte relief, i don't Believe tlwre is a cosgli resedv ia tfce world aayvfeere seif as good." W. C Laytoa, SiiellllL Mty 09.1899. Cares iVf CoWs How will your cosgli be tonight? Worse, probably. For it's rst a cold, t&en a conga, tfcen broadiitis or paeomoaii, ind tt list consumption. Cougts always tesd downward. It's rst tbe tkroat and ties tie longs. Ttey don't naturally tend to get welL You kave to Kelp Nature a little. You can stop ibis downward tendency any time by tiHag Aver's Ckerry Pectoral. Tbem tare it toaigbt. Yon will coags. less and sleep better, aad by tomorrow at tfeis 'time you will be greatly iaproved. Toe can get sisssall bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral, bow, for S5 cents. For hard coughs, bronchitis, asthma, and the croup, the CO cent size is better. For chronic cases, as consumption, and to keep on hand, the L00 size ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 February 1900

i- i k Bf Is m I i B.' r f fr a 6 f fr I. I3 I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1900. r THINGS HERE AND THERE. Berlin has sixty-three public monunents. Hall a million clerks are employed In London. Twenty-five women have been hanged in England during Queen Victoria's reign. The assessed valuation of property in Los Angeles city, Cal., is over $65,eoo.ooo. It is supposed tha. the average depth of sand In the deserts of Africa Is from thirty to forty feet Dairying Is developing rapidly in Georgia, and a state dairymen's asso ciation was recently organized. The approach of the Parls.exposltion has led to the discovery that a war has nearly always followed a big exposition. Boston had an automobile wedding recently. Eight automobiles were used In conveying the bridal party to the place of ceremony. The coldest Inhabited country appears to be the province of Werchojansk, in Oriental Siberia. The daily mean of the entire year is 2.74 degrees below zero. Scene: The Rialtor. First Actor "How did you ...

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

"Sf -' "' 'S5W flamsmamtBBSV S-r - '-"jVowv: - . H 1 1 lLf H 1 b sw fjfjTFA; 'l! r , ammmsavx ws vvC a! ammmmmammmmmmsP 1 mmmTimmmX-Me rjuifg( tfn LmmmmJmy' vzvb smmsL ammmBBBar Vmsaai I ammsBV ammm. elmmmmr as ammsBKsamsm 3snmBar ijrirESJlFLW ' tlt J- amsamW'S. VOL. V. OUR TICKET. For President Col. Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. For Vice-President Congressman Wm. Sulzer, of New York. OUR PLATFORM. Equal and exact justice to erery man, woman end child special privileges to none. Down with trusts, monopolies, unlawful combinations, mob and lynch law, militarism. Imperialism. Secret alliances with foreign countries. America for-the Americans, Cuba for the Cubans and the Philippine Islands for the Filipinos. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. IX. The final result of the Presidential election of 1852 was more than a great surprise to the leaders of the Whig and the Democratic rarty. Franklin Pierce was triumphant, and Gen. Winfield Scott, the last regular Whig candidate for-the Presidenc...

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

h I & 14 W A REMARKABLE SUCCESS. f That Dr. Franklia HOe If moltkt tradd'a xaect successful ;brddtu "Is yrevaa fey & thousand testimonials from weD-ksown people. One pattest cared after fajlure of cloves Gnsd Rapids sfcytcfcms, others after feavtas bees gives ws- ley six. seven and tea Chicago doctors, aether after nine leadttBg paysMsns 1b Xew Ysrk City, Philadelphia, and Chicago fafle. Col. X. G. Parker. Ex-Treasurer f Soatl) Carolina, says: "I believe Jr. XUea to be an attentive and very aJdllfal ptoyaldan." 1.060 "testimonials aad reference sent free. J1S0 -worth of Treatsseat especially prepared for your case seat free. Address The Dr. Miles Medical Association. 301 to 389 State SU Chicago, Tie earnings of the Chicago Great Western Railway (Maple Leaf Route) for the second week In February, 1900. show an Increase of $25,780.78. Total Increase since beginning of fiscal year (July 1) to date. $621,024.68. THE SKIP CUBE THAT DOES CUKE. XAxatfre Brosno Qaiai...

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

i'4ii'' mirmm"hJri.i'' ' ' Jtl YOUNCh COPPER KING. BECOMES A MILLIONAIRE AT THIRTY ONE.rnt Hlar Bu Ka4e It All gait Arrived1 ta Mestaaa a FeaaBec. fTaodsrar aad Xs Sow XU Great Jllntr. August Heinze Is tie Napoleon ol the peat copper district In Montana beyond the Rocky Mountains. He has contended for the position against Marcus Daly. W. A. Clark and the other copper kinp, and won Heinze Is now thirty-one years old. When Heinze arriTed penniless ana unbltlous, In Butte In the fall of 1889 It was thought that all the bonanza pines "were In the hands of the big companies and that the claims stlU owned by the old-timers were of littla ralue. Heinze was a youth of twenty, but equipped with all the learning of AUGUST HEINZE. the schools. He was an engineer, a metallurgist and a writer of promise, and an excellent musician. To bohemian tastes ho joined marvelous business instincts and a genius for affairs that has few parallels. He stayed a year, gauged the situation, and went back to New...

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

I If ri I R 1 t k r is !r ia6Sfe 1 -SA.TURDA.T. MARCH 3,im CHUR.CH AND CLERQY. 1. The" Young Men's Christian Associa tion in Rome is bow six years old and la .In-a Boarlsaing condition. Ob feelivS applauded Kith handclaps-Ins1 during-. a recent sermon the Rev. Ifr -Lorimer of Boston, stopped, forbade tho "people to clap and requested tfceaa to say "Amen" instead. Ta Rer. W. J. Gillespie, pastor 01 ta Union Presbyterian church, of Asrlmwail, Pa., has resigned his charge keeaase he objects to receiving pay forkis services. He will seek & church aaafete to pay a salary. T Philadelphia Sabbath School assoekiloa will take a census of the city to 14 out how many children are la Sftznaay schools. The number of eaamgfators will be large enough to take tie eeasas la one day. -.SaaBel B. Capen, the new president otlfee American Board of Commissioners lor Foreign Missions, has Just iswed an address in which he urges an iacrease Ib yearly donations in all branches of work to Sl.600,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 March 1900

"?-- .am, - r- J I 5 1 HEW TO THE LINE. a mH .asmw aH ismmV anLm vimmw sHsBHaamm vBpasfl 3mmw 5&,W J mmmX siiiiHMmma'm'm'm'm'm'r yH I siiim. mmm. tasiiiiiar sar i -aBllm xTSe! msiiiii J r" lMy,s"m'r L. J isiiiMa. Xr-mw (siiiiiimv x. oBSSSSSSSSSSbbSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS" Bh l "P'Btaw Hk easB9vfBBBBBBW&BBBBBBBml BBBBBmT S 5B'leBBr fifytimtK B-SSBBBji Bj JBBBBBBBmTSsW-V VOL. V. OUR TICKET. For President CoL Wa J. Bryan, of Nebraska. For Vice-President Congrnmnnan Wa. Sulzer, of New York. OUR PLATFORM. Equal and exact justice to every man, -woman and child special privileges to none. Down with trusts, monopolies, unlawful combinations, mob and lynch law, militarism, ImperialIsm. Secret alliances with foreign countries. America for the Americans, Cuba for the Cubans and the Philippine Islands fox the Filipinos. THE MEN'S SUNDAY CLUB. ADDRESSED BY DR. HOWARD S. TAYLOR. Dr. Howard S. Taylor, City Prosecuting Attorney, delivered the address before the Sunday Club at Qulnn C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 March 1900

f I r. i lc te I : s tI 1 Blood Humors Are Cured Icy Hood's Sarsaparilla "I always take Hood's Sarsaparilla in tbe Spring and It Is the best blood purifier I know of." Miss Pxi.su G surra, Baldwin, Mich. "Eruptions that came on my lace hare all disappeared slncel Vummti fratrtmr- TT"Wfar It Purifies the Bkod. Cures All Eruptions. Sarsaparilla. It cared my father of catarrh." Alpha Hamilton, Bloomlngton, Ind. MI bad scrofula sores all orer my back and face. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and in a few weeks I could not see any sign of tbe sores." Otho B. JIooejc, Mount Hope, Wis. , Eradicates Scrofula. LOW BATE. Bodi Seekers Excursions. Tbe Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route are now running series of excursions to the West and South-West, tickets on sale March 6th end 20th, April 3rd and 17th, at very low rates. Maps, folders, time cards end Illustrated pamphlets on the various states mailed free on application to H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. Agent, ttt. Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 March 1900

rrm Half good wont do! A " may-cure " cough medicine won't do. Kit will "perhaps" do its work, it's worse than worthless.. If it's good, it's worth ten times its price. Do you know where to draw the line between the good and the bad? This testimonial should help. "I had a bad cough for six weeks and could not find any reKef -whatever. My little girl read about AVer's Cherry Pectoral being such a wonderful remedy for coughs, so I bought a bottle. It relieved me at once. Before I had taken a quarter of a bottle my cough was entirely cared. I think it is the most -wonderful cough mixture ever known." L. Hawk, Kewington, Ont, May 3, 1899. Yovr doctor or druggist will bear us out. Three sizes : $1.00 size, cheapest in the long rua: 50c size, jost the thing for t cold tlut "aiags on": 35c size, for an ordinary, mean, disagreeable cold. Farmers in nearly every northwestern state are planting nut trees along with their peaches and pears, and are utilizing the hillsides, where nothing else w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 March 1900

$v t ,4V &, ,& i1 f' LJ n?e -: 'SATURDAY, MARCH 17. 1900. WISE OR OTHERWISE Diplomacy Is acrely tfee art of concealing .oar dislikes. A. mzn. may shun other men, but he cant get airay from himself. The things In life which Interest as Most are generally none of our business. Unless yon make-up your mind to do A feing the chances are yon will nevei doit , There Is nothing a man does so unwillingly as to acknowledge himself In the wrong. Eeir people would be conceited If the- caald oaly see themselves as otherssee them. If people could only get rid of their Imaginary troubles they would be fairly happy. The man who learns something from each of his mistakes never completes his education. Unless a man has an exceptionally good memory he will never become a aaeceseful liar. No man who Is indifferent of the happiness of others need expect to be happy himself. m Ijferer Judge a man by his manner toTrard his superiors; judge him by his manner toward his Inferiors. A...

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