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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 24 March 1900

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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. — 24 March 1900

M." ,, '- ' ' 4 ' . , 1 V' -,"Sfcf IS I-- Pi !. 5 " t?: I- hl . Ss.-. " Spring Hunwrm of tho Stood Jmh to aweTtiapereVta:aalfe fes'sle. FrebereoLJhM pewate are weed avery year fey HT SafataariHa,' and we bepe by eata advortiBemeat to get the ether 25 per seat, to kike Hood's Seuparilk. It few1 made, saoce people well, elected sere woaderf'al cares, than any ether medkiae ia the world. Its etreafU. H atilood pWrifier is deaaoaetrated by ile marreleas core of -. Scrsfarfa. Scald Head AH kinds H wrier Catarrh Sattfthewn VOifsVa ePfllwfHwP Psoriasis ' ' Rheumatism Malaria, Etc. All of which areprevafent at this seeiba. Too seed Hood's Sarsap&rillA bow. Itwffldoyos woaderfel good. Hood's Sarsmpmrillm Is AmerJea's Greatest Blood Medicine. Cool, Bmt Wot Collected, "Yes," said the san, after the nltro glycerla explosion had scattered the remains of the well-shooter over a large section of the petroleum region. "Doyle always was a cool one. rve seen aim rattle over a stony road .with a l...

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. — 24 March 1900

-a - -sn .'-; iT KWTm MIY MY -TaakWa TXy4U TinUMi : Dxxn Has. finuvIt im n aeatdaeiraLte kara a.ehUd. 1'had )een married three yesaad was ahildlees, m wrote to job to fad oat tMnuw. After M. kw&f jew kind a. "rice iai taldaa; Lyita JS. J3auaaB Yen. tate Cospraad.! W earn the mothers a fceaatifal aby I boy, the joy of ear home. He' Is a ,fEt,aealtaVbabr. 1 thanks toyoarmedl- daeZU Wae-Ttonu. Iftsxu, Soscoe, From Gratefal -MrsLaae "Dkxs Mas. Fdtkkuc: I wrote yon alet- ter some Use ago, statin? my ease to yon. "I had pates throng my bowels, headache, and backache, felt tired- end sleepy all the time, was troabled 1 -nibu uio nwwa. x iouorea year advice, took yoar "Vegetable Com pound, and it did :sae lots, of good. I now havB a baby girL X certainly The-' Illeve I weald hare miscarried had it not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Componnd. lhad a very easy time ; was sick only a short toe. I think yoar medicine is a godsend to Women ia the condition in which I was. 1 recommend...

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. — 24 March 1900

, . " -'3iJ ?? " - if- fe I " L ft.? (Sb -IATDSD&Y; MARCH .24, 1JW. 42HIPS. Wedaesday nigfet the seabzrs of the Colored Democratic LeTr e Itdd a ratlDcAtlo-HMrJDg at 3347 State str. Speeches -were made by W. R. Crairp tea, Haaaisal Carter, Tir. Howard tad etasrs, Harris' F. "Williams, aldermanlc cas--alsate of Ike 32d irard has got a his fight ob ate aaad, tat Mr. Williams iateBas to rage lata tie campaign wltk all ate Btfgat aad bulIb and ae b Herea that fee has a fair prospect of wl&&4&s est. A largs aasaber of ladles attended woaaa's Bteetlag held la the- rooms the UaHed Brotherhood Mcaiay aigfcL-Tae'Ofeiecfcef the sawting "was . totseearetke co-operatloa of the yrz kw aad set ihem laterested Ik Fra'ter asl IasBraace. Jeaa S. Traeger, the best collestor the Towa of Lake has ever had,1 has bees, selected as chHlnwm of the e:m saiga committee of the Towa of L ke. K. M Caauatags, secretary of the Wa (it&JLeagae, -will eerre as secretiry of aBarceaaaalUee. Alderma...

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. — 31 March 1900

f,-ir, ""3STT HEW TO THE LINE. - !' - '"rrftrsrr---- -- -. .--... ... --. - -- ,,-- . - - -rarr -teA - tVS eM SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB' J BSSSSS! IiSSSSSSb?E& BB BKtr BBfyBvii'" yri rfr BSSSSS. v BSSSSSSSBSS wT vt. JZ yj TSrvT Vvs? ssssssMnssssssssssssssss ssssss: I sssssssV kPSssssssssssasw iiiiL7,40iVHHHritE9'9t9Sp3w'v. sssssssssw . v$N YC' jshjMHtfr LsLy I wSv iffK'v' ssmsmsmwS. -W voii. ir. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. " XL Shortly after the inaugeEatlng of James Buchanan as Presideat of the United States, the United States su preme court handed down it3 famous decision In the Dred -Scott case and the comment upon It waa universal. In so uncertain language it conveyed the idea and impression to the American People that the Negro was nothing more than a "piece of i&erchmdlse, therefore he was sot a human being and dldnot or could sot consider him self worthy or deserving of the same treatment accorded to human, beings. Chief Justice R. B. Taney has been severely...

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. — 31 March 1900

& V tr i Ift i' THE BROAD AX. t v MAMMMMMMMMAMMt M H it whoMlti Dw saa?mwffja e Later. Ia- Priasts,er ,tw "J"8. a ww Tfcamuaa.&xisajiBSBeiwk8wsiaiiMrai la few wwiti Jar ifcv sjtsc .ihWu the Th Braid Ax is win kra UUwJy asta aids at the papas. (advaae)! MMMllH rates agaaaiaiianaeaapHeaMofc 3BBOJL33 MM Axxoro Avsnrz, Cxxeaee. JUIIUS.F. TAYLOR, 3641 tor aad PaWtaber. CURRENT TOPICS 'a ' XOOD, POSTAL BIIX DEFEATED. 1 The Mouse' has" again declared that It Relieves the passage of the Load bill -to amend the law regulating second- . -class Imall matter trill -not result la the saving of $20,000,000 and wpward annually, or that the savlaVif. aiade would- he at the expense of the enllght--enment and Information of the people Ty Beans of the publications that mow -fad admission to the malls at the rate of 1 cent a pound. The bill has three times been before the house once, In .the fifty-fourth -congress, It "was passed; In the fifty-? nfth congress, and again last week. It wasdefeate...

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. — 31 March 1900

1wjiRt "l4ii,jfvl,9: fTr9if t -' uisSj1lalsil i ' unifn ig "" , CONGKBSSMiN- HrPK! THE FRIEND OF LINCOLN YOUNGER DAYS. IN ear My AMMktt ts flthw X- Aata-rlty -a htaraaUaaal Qw. One of the mast iaterestiag'Biea is American political life today is Coa- rreesmaa Robert Roberts HItt-tHU'.j sols, tne cnainnaa etue souse com elttee on foreign affairs. Not oaly Its he figured prominently 1b national gad international affairs for nearly a jeneratlon.but be has enjoyed personal relations of a peculiarly close charac ter with more men of eminence per taps than any other man of the day. Away back before the -war, "when a ere boy, he was attached to Abraham Lincoln In a way that gave him envia ble facilities for studying the processes of Lincoln's mind. He was a stenog rapher and a newspaper reporter "for the Chicago Tribune, at that time a great Republican organ of the west, and throughout the memorable debate between Lincoln and Douglas, preced ing the latter's election to the United CONGRESS...

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. — 31 March 1900

& i " r- " L ' El' FT uW . 4 r. ir I. ? v .5? i r Sr- TTk 4nlf r lATURDAY, stAUCH SI, IMS. NOTES OP THE STAGE. "lily Hall Cttao. sister ot the Manx mSTellst,wIll Uko up the role of Glory, Cjasyle b.en "The Christian" U sent sa, toar la the cities or Great Britala. . . Victories Sardou contemplates & sMtsrlcal nrama baaed on & sensa tional polaonlas case la France, dur sag the wlja or Loula XIV., when Has. Monteseen dominated. fclrs. Kendal comes ot a family of aetersbut she says irmly no daugh ter of her shall erer be aa actress with her eeaaeat, because the work Is too hard aad the struggle too great. Eleanors Dsse's daughter has never see her ssother act, aad that mother Inteads she merer shall. She wants her daughter to he a cultured, think ing woman, but to keep off the stage. The .popularity ot Alice Klolsen and "The Slagiag GlrlM coatlaues and the rogue ot the prima donna la her aew esera appears to be greater than It was last year la "The Fortune Teller." Frank Kc...

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. — 7 April 1900

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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. — 7 April 1900

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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. — 7 April 1900

:? . i, . . . .. : ,., . i - - ' ' . V I rate wi The asdiaat fact tB takl a airejaefe -Haw f , q. saiiaa WeaCia Uut C tMe aettrl ty la CW7 einuiaauaL. TkUrfti Isace e twH am te. Strict eut of miurifac. Am Baa Hrar Yal-ley- soata or aerta, Um DmbJ Md V. fc M. W. attatriet. ta Soataweatarsi cr waetawr-ix arnt aw -great aeatral dlviskm aloa the Mk Um e fee a P. r, streteklac amor aat i tae Rockies aai frtwa there beMttcntrtk tad soata to Prlace Alsarta aaa JH Bontoa, McLee u Le&arMge--whether tie exaatlaattoa he ataae in tny of these airecUeaa the. case ac tivity, growth aad heaefoaeas are efe terrable. The Caaaala 'Wept is ot emly a food place to locate aeraaaeativ, ant it Is also a teed akee to invite one's relatives and Meads to come to. This Is the spirit that seems to aal Kute the West at the areseat time, and its elects are to he aeearoa everr band. To eaamerate the towas where handsome aad sabstaatlal blocks aad residences hare sjoae wn this Tear would be slssaly to give a l...

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. — 7 April 1900

'If .. i m jfr.t It ? -, -Jtv-i' J, 'XvJ r 3 . - U CB ir " ; t. t - W J& - ii 1 . .A OR APS, 'WjMactfsaTbx1a Traaw-aal Is tat it wa a Bui wtra wU preaawyW. eep "Ja BM9ihU aTlrvaaPw'BVarS) Oh4notc mvre beea placed at Sbef aid tail BtraOagaam Ik- erer 179M ' tahUaipina tor tt army. mrtttok aTiettsriste arc .etowly Jnjttar W-to tfmadraaiages of eclea- VOfkawjaaai eaUac wltk 'diseases - Jflba prod a the potato -ferme la tiatnst la, UN was 3f,M beetle, pre- f. a east a ah sat eight easts imrndpftin ageat of tbtN.mHT- : tote tWt state r- leare their allheal harlagaa ansae! at la. their batts. Arms are orrll cede of AJaeka MtWet CfeaBa.jrk4ekw takea bodily aa am the territory wltheat re- tirka-Waat did ysr feel like a farmer Mile yrnt of de TaflT JHHy Ooalamte-I felt like I -rax ftooaght-ap a a farm. -Chicago News. wUhaa frswaaiina report tkat the aaraaaal.eftt I the moaatates. Is drtr ac maay wolves late tke valleys, to Cie great damage at aheap aad seat X St feBm'jttdge has ruled taa...

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. — 14 April 1900

r; -i - - r7Vj--' .Vr-r. . i -ran-ai 0W a ; -gg.rUggjgr jg?M x ,'.-,. - .v- jmrr g5rfc -ars&w m 7 ew881 "r KSiw v . '',: "k 4Pu ' mlty Bjpiwrnf liZfi vfl r . . VOL. V. THE POLITICAL, PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. xu. Up to the present time we have at considerable length reviewed the hie iMy of the old Whig party and the at titude which its leaders' assumed in reference to the slavery question. We have also shown that the fugitive slaTj law was enacted by that party and not by the-Democratic Party, and that 90 per cent of the 'Whigs merged Into the Republican Party at the time of its formation, incftdlng such eminent Whigs as Abraham Lincoln, and It now Temains for us to set forth the course and the policy, which the Republican Party proposed to persue in relation the slavery question as defined by Abraham Lincoln during his joint de- batewlth Stephen A. Doug'as, the Little Giant" in 1858. those two great icters were the acknowledged leaders of their respective parties. Senator Douglas ...

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. — 14 April 1900

- -,'- - if ,-'- fl t' v e ;-3 ,. v "" r I 1 u VIRGINIA "SOUP." WaWw IMAXbUibti at Taa. TlM cknihalm aad chewier are i Sesttvlty vkkk ire of the eut (h at sotne tle enjoyed. atwnkaTare knewn by refutation, at fcMsat, a 'oar eariew cotniryatea cl Vat the Wad e( sicalc ataflT s "imp" te BalamlUar to the east aad west alike; lttesesta ra, tat a yet 1 coafned to a aaall yetttaft of West Virginia, although it aew aMs fair to spread. Tee soap. leeriches especially i the d of Shepherds town, is eerUlsly a Tery Jolly, if Tatker too primitive, form of eatertalnaaeat. Back eraea Invited brings a dressed chicken, tae fcest providing the vegetables. Pealtry and vegetables are placed la terse kettles holding from ten to twen tyvgalleas, aad tae combination is .eeokea erer open Ires for several hears, er -aatll It is reduced to a Jelly. Pepper aad other seasonings are added. The girls aad young men stir the soap with leag-haadlei iron spoons, keeping p a B&rch or walk around the kettles aa th...

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. — 14 April 1900

v v X r- '; COPPER KM DALY. THE MAN WHO OPPOSES SEN ATOR CLARK. Attra AttaaUaafcw HU right Acalaat lb Jaootaaav Ceataatamt far a Scott la Uppar Baaaa of Caaffrw 'Haw Ho Kada His MHateaa. Marcus a. Lmiy, we atoruaaa copper itana king, has attracted atteatkm by his light against Senator William A. Clarkboth In the Montana legislature, and since Clark's arrival at Washing ton. He is worth $20,060,090 all tn quired within twenty years; Bora In Kew York, of Irish parentage, he drifted west at an early age and worked in the mines. One of his em ployers in the latter '708 was George r. Hearst, who recognized "Daly's shrewdness and his magnetic influence over other men and sent him to Mon- MARCUS DALY. Una in 1880, as the representative of a syndicate of which Hearst was a member, to develop some -property there. Daly was given a working in terest. This was the foundation "of his fortune. He took hold of the An aconda copper properties of his princi pals and developed them to such an ex ten...

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. — 14 April 1900

EwES "h Ca - L r iy. fe Icr- r 3 . leWaPPPK t FROM LECKEY'S 4THE MAP OP, LIFE. s ' It is cue el the -paradoxes of. haman nature that the things that arc most struggled for and the things that are most envied are not those which five" cither the most intense or the most unmixed Joy. It is probable that as the world goes' on there will be a steadily Increasing tendency-to judge moral qaalities and" uurs- of conduct mainly by the de gree In which they promote or dimin ish human happiness. Overwork, la all departments or life, is commonly bad economy, not so much because It often breaks down-liP-alJh most of what is attributed to this cause is probably rather due to anxiety than to work as because it jseldo'm falls to Impair the quality of work Pleasure Is a iewel which will only retain Its luster when It is In a setting rt work, and a vacant life is one of the worst of pains, though the islands "of leisure that stud a crowded, well occnpled life may be among the things to which we look...

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. — 21 April 1900

'-. otttttt yT i '4 1 HEW TO THE LINE. - vpsjp55 rWrti m2rmwP wftcr IT 'KaC r-v A - i - TI Bvr M 11 f U .aBTl anal Bm r m I ( ,ul - -JU Jr " naLBhh. 1 . ' irl9Krjf al H I Hf) vlilMll ly "fa iBt- "1 VOL. V. THE POLITICAL. PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. XI1L, Lincoln and Douglas Debate Contin ued. History falls to record wb'w'n u joint debate between two Indirldua s has ever attracted the attention of the people, to the same extent as the Lin coln and Douglas debate. The former gentleman said in his celebrated reply "to Senator Douglas during their debate in Chicago, Julr 10, 1858, that he was an old line Whig and as such he was not in favor of -making war by the North upon the South for the, extinction of slavery- Mr. Lincoln also, gave ex pression tu these Ideas that "each com munity or state has the right to do ex actly as it pleases with the concerns within that fctate that interferes wttn the right of 210 other statetand that the general government, upon principle, has no rlsht to interf...

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. — 21 April 1900

v Troukfms tk- V" i-f in Spring JLn that WLioes rxEUKsWk taste ' ate sea), a bdcfee,;.tecpk- S60S, p0OT appease, easelser aew earefal yen are abeet wrtMereryftiac yea take into year rtomach tarae soar, ceases distress, paiae and aapleaeeat gases. ' Dea't you nnderstand whet these ajinpaua-e gigaals of &istreat.-meaa7 They are the erica of 4fec stomach, far help! It is being overworked: It needs the Becekar tonic qualities and diges tive strength to be found only in HOOD'S Sarmapmrilla The best stofflachasd blood remedies known to the .medical profession are cealHBedintheraedicise.andthonsands ef grateful letters telling its cares prove R to be the greatest medicine for all stomach troubles ever yet discovered. THEBROAD AX. gXIll.'WU WDaTXY. 'TVWVAlAAftWWVWVVXVW vTHI rssJXt aaa at all tias aahele the traa pHaei&lsa of Deaiueiaer, bnt Parsers, Catbelies, Fretettaata, Bl(ta cf Labor, la teate. Menaces, Eepwhtieam, Priests, or ear Htwtu bars their ear, o loaf aa tbeir Imaiisaia ...

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. — 21 April 1900

'4 s 1 TOBOOMGOMBRfcAI); KENTUCKIN'S LAUDABLE MIS SION TO PARIS. glsnoa rMr Grass: ti BtMutni ta Earaaeaaa That IsponaUia ef Aaaert can Cars IfotU Sara Tfcwta Iaamaase am ABMy Brwa Aeeeeat. The establishment of aa 'American restauraat at the Paris exposRles la which the servis of com "bread la all styles will bo a special feature, may re cuit la solving a eblem that has bei Ced for years the corn growers &f the coantry.and ultimately xesalt la replac ing the hard," black Td read bow so much In use on the continent with the cheap and healthful, "corn abae." Major SUnoa Peter Gross, of Lex ington, Ky., who will hare charge of the restaurant, is on? of the most unique characters of the state. During the World's Fair, he conducted a" res taurant and bar in the Kentucky build ing, serving Kentucky dishes and drinks, and was unable to accommo date the crowds who flocked to his' section of the structure to be fed on Kentucky fare. y At the Paris Exposition he proposes to have jet-black...

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. — 21 April 1900

r9i-7f?vjyi F - jt P-c r ; "i 'Bnis WITH THE SaOESJT 4 Ojaacfcery glTes blrUi to nothing; T fsemeii VwchlfllvSqiiftke 4o&. The extremes of human emotion are net so far apart as they seem. Mrs. Cralk. A eaeerfnl friend Is like a sunny day, which sheds its brightness all around. Sir John Lubbock. Some people look too much upon their religion as a varnish on life in stead of a fire within It Dr. Storrs. "No raanjcan. acquire the doubtful -good of -extreae wealth without sub 3eeting tJtaers to the undoubted evil of -povertyX H. Hunt Half the misery of human life might 3e exftagulflaed by mutual offices of -compassion, -benevolence and humani ty. Joseph' Addison. The superfluous blossoms on a fruit "tree are meant to symbolize the large way In which God lores to do pleasant ihlags. H. W. Beecher. The heart" where self lias found no place and raised no throne is slow to recognise its ugly presence when it looks .upon It Charles Dickens. "We are all "taught by interest and if the inter...

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