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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 June 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. — 2 June 1900

- Tj - THE BROAD AX.. SyWVrfNX JvTf HiitiV straa ' '-, ef. Dwirmrimr. hn faitiatfai fritttii--i'-'rf c I vnaamn EwniinMiy mjL3 J3liaA4aauuaM.jaraiM4a1 f. aaaa wwht w. mc iWmh l -aeMaacasaJr niiv' imBmnm .4T km raa aaa aw. at aWMMa. n K . -v - f CURRENT TOPICS .2 J iilf k . & OAXADAXSCM Canada has "established refrigerators JeT'laV storage- ef firesa "halt la co WirMka witk aaspcattlnaa ef ieaer atea akmg the oast.. Complaint arises seaeoa after sesaoa that bait is scare jest when It Is sort urgently beaded, Tel sack bait can, as a rale, bjs'set&laed la abaadaaee early la the roaooa when the men are not ia need af It Aa appropriation ot 825.W ha ahledt the department of agriculture "te roausy tie difficulty. The domm Sea. government assists tie 'aeher amea'a bait association ta the extent e(Hw cent of the ceet-ot building the freesers aad by the payment of a yertkm e? the coat of operating" the tHeeacra. Bach local association Is re ejatred to receive, freese aad store for .-...

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. — 2 June 1900

jtpNTQB "5 T$ 'vtrf rrtCY OOTO THsf DCADLt rvr on riTu w. . .-..... r-,,- ' f. tatoa Seais -.".- 3xriaeat W tress Past. Tie The British geTeranseat ku Jwt e pin as strange- a enterprise as erer ru recorded I Its history. Tjuedw fry k seat to w to theeeadltest .pot on tke earth Trith itraeUoM to star there all swsuter aad" see If it kills thesa. If tieyeees hack m. krmed, then tie XOTldalwiiTijttl disease next 4a cswwsjrtieii Trig fee si the aercy of sdece. Ifrfcteeskrli them well, thy yif spawoat 5r)H jay the funeral exjwaeee an aa faterest lag theory will have to be nrbxei all erer again. pr. Patrick Manyon, Medical a4rler to' the" colonial office, U engineering the plan. A loss time ago he said tut a certain brand of saoaa.nlfcoes DR. PATRICK MANSON. killed more people off by malaria eTery year than cholera or bubonic plague or any of the other scourges, except consumption. The theory has been proven to. the satisfaction of most men of science: but the govern ment wanted to make t...

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. — 2 June 1900

i:- " v aaajs 'WITH THE atlCTHlCtANS "yJar'at '1am, aayattaalBeetrteal laarteay aa ynecku ctk eeamltteii 'telle V Yafaatur eeatact with aa aisatrlc wire. . X talopasas lias ta reeeatlx beea ..ftaaieairaa wb, tk. eaattal of tie -Free State, to the acrath of the Kin .rlrar, aboat 450 Miles. ltsv electric Tthraf car erar la SaaUago de Chili weat fr,the liaes aa April 1 successfully, fjaialar teWeet la ,the iacldeat Is said aa'aare bees ksex. TJl ew aateauUc electric safety taMk afeaal, which Trill atop a trala wtthect the asstetaaoe of the eaglaser ar awterasaa. Is bow fcelag latredaced. K k-aaHeable toaay y!e"or 6liwr Aessraiar to Electricity, work oa aa New Terh aagaa oh Hay L The Gsrataa aBteraawat has glrea the aaataaay a aaatcieat gmraatee to war . raat the work, aad the coatract was let ,ta a Laaioa esaiaaay. The' cable rt f iagh sKew-.Yerk by"Jfcag. 1. The Meetrie Railway eoapaay of SarUa, Geraway, has placed ia serr taa aa electrically operated hearse, wRh esataartateats for aK...

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. — 9 June 1900

HEW TO THE LINE. VOIi. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEGRO. XVHI. The Confiscation Act, which was en acted by Congress the latter part of August, 1861, was In line with all that had gone before It, in reference to slav er. Section 3 of that act was only intended to "free the slaves employed against the government by the rebels in their military operations," and it was criticised by its opponents as an attempt to "bribe the slaves to fight against the North ant, not In its favor.". For if they engaged in the war at all, they were compelled to do so as en emies of the government; but if they remained on their master's planta tions and assisted in raising provisions for the rebel armies, they would have the protection of both the loyal and the confederate governments. So the policy of both parties to the great struggle was thus subordinated to the protection of slavery. Secretary of War Simon Cameron, however, pretended that he favored an anti-slavery war policy but that was false, ...

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. — 9 June 1900

K f I& r GILLET1 A QOLFER. SHMAuetto Golfer Sbocks Coactttaewt y lade of Ofmrltr Hob. Fred H. Gillett the Springfield, JEans. congressman, used to be a staid taeaelor, given to serious conversation aad avoiding society as though It were wallpox and yellow fever combined. Mow Gillett has changed. He has drank deeply at the spring ef social Joy and has become intoxicated. He frequents debutantes' teas, and Is a welcome guest at debutantes' dinners. Golf Is his great delight He Is a distant visitor at the Chevy Chase eluto, aad la the sparkling repartee of eclal mall talk is unexcelled. Where tasty law books were once his Inspir ation, the "Dolly Dialogues" is now his tally companion. All this was un known to his constituents until the ether day, when a Massachusetts fann er, a man of much plainness, bat of substance and lnnuence,came to Wash ington. He went to Gilletf s hotel to see the congressman. He had to wait three hours; bat he did not regard the time as ill-spent, for he kn...

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. — 9 June 1900

OUT SENATOE YEST ST OF A FAMOUS QROUP OF bTAiLa men. mmmm Sa WaIbb acr n" w '" m.nlfeml BawiTtw, JosSta & KorriO, IJlMM G. Tbsnaaa aad a Fur Ottinia, rtore Is considerable national later- la the announcement made recentlr onntor Georee Graaam Vest that H trill retire from pabllc lif e at tl ff4 of al present senatorial term. The ieziXor la almost the last ol the fa auj group that sras tor rear the ale! part of Americas official life. flier were Conkllng, Blaine. Bayard, rsnnnan. Voorhees. Beck. CockreH. Tince, Hamlin, Morrill, Ingalla and DTM U" " tjiauia representing a julttT of Ideas, many sections, and 3H110H3 of people. Senator Vest has long been rated as one of the famous editorial debaters of all American yitory. His sharp and ready tongue, fcrflllsnt In repartee, terrible In lnvee tjTe, and classic In certain phases of t hnmor. has been a delight to his friends and a plague to his enemies. A Btory torn aDout senator vest ana , boy Is somewhat illustrative of the len&t...

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. — 9 June 1900

s iv v. it ' ; Mr. P. T. Tinsley will give a song recital at Grace Presbyterian church mext Monday evening. He will be as .stated by Hiss Gertie Jackson, soprano. -Some of the songs that he will sing are written by P. Lawrence Dunbar, and the music by S. Coleridge Taylor, the colored poet of London. Mrs. J. Frank McKlnley Is the accompanist. Sol Livingston, Captain 1st precinct, 38th ward, performed heroic services for the party at the spring election. Heretofore the fist, has invariably en carried by the Republicans, but Tr. Livingston wiped out the Repub jttofrng and rolled up 28 majority in favor -of Democracy and he is with the ward organization from start to fnteh, because he believes by .pre senting a solid front the party is boesd to win out. A. very creditable minstrel was -given at Central Hall last Monday evening by the Chicago Amatuer Min strel Club. Master Hugh Buchanan, the hoy soprano, was the star attrac-ti-XC Mr. Richard B. Harrison, inter 1ocutor;bonss Charles Clift...

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 June 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. — 16 June 1900

jrz. i- a.- --- f .' lit THE BROAD AX. WVWWWVWWWWWWWWWV B4ataBt at baBaearaar. but H.AMWJr, SWSJ'l, M' ?f HM jofees Atsrb, QoBA 1UVB F. XAXLOS, S4Kw tad FsUUfab If tin ewrfaee ef tin earth tree per ;ietlyll( the -waters of the ocean r-itte the death efM feet. AittHM legs and. arma were'In wee it :aTypt'as early aa-B. a ?. Titer i "hy Trieste, who were ike ef ihatsarly-tlm. ,OsIy .MTWtx years tare elapse atnee the (first railway ia the world was IwWhwL Dcriag that compara tively Met period M,W0 miles have The "terrible interviewer" la aot keif -as ted u the sum -who holds tip the interviewer to tell alia all the news thai, the "terrible interviewer" coV ImM, wrote ap- aad laablished the day Www Xa tale eowtry placing' the thumb totfce nose and extending the fingers ia tap of derision. Among certain al tribes & India, it Is the xnost'ex jrnsstve manner of showing' respect. Pekin, China, has a tower In. -which 5s hung a large bell, cast in the fif teenth eeatary, and another tower ...

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 June 1900

r v ' Z r ' , . r ' - ""a : jt - . amr.m trr - - - .--. i - - t-. 'J s .V T , ,'f I ? .- ?? (jAUffiTSPCBKSaS -, r:J i-- V ie t. - ." ii 7"77 F. ?-. a " FROWHKUiwm mY- TKTaN?!'- pUBUCA. ADMINISTI? ATIQI, " r. V s-; v: bww CeMawc lUcate tlwKMt .,.- gtetcr JSef-alaHes. The Boer roWemis ae'-wkkk 1b aiasing tke ;tdmf aliitratten bumssaeat Tke arrival of tke Toys of tke Soatk African repabUea u broagnt salient iCcKialey lace to face witk "the sitaatlon, and. waile he h&s givea .eavj-rys'thebf answer. jet it is evident tkat tke matter u ky a manne settled - Car establiebed.eUey Is a general var forbids. QT; Interference, ia Jor m affairs; and ike Wmdem' ajf tkls ' policy eanaot.aa rale'be-disfpfer&bet the Boer case'ioontr so ilXecmilnm. any other that1 liastydeekioaea tke lines heretofore marked eat would set bewtee BoriB.accora.wiHxaeirttaer it the Amerieaa peopla., v , . The Moaroa doetrlae, wbicji -bas been accepted Ty all political parties la the United States as" a part of 'ea...

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 June 1900

. -. v a' 'ivr-i' ". ' lrffl i t rf M. sc -i- , , F I Is.-, I? Ifj? Pi Is f lit ft. ft' :-r 4-fBHP& v x f - y TORYETTESV WMI a sff - J4 artaie, as aat-ered Jtaa&Mstsr'v kei'wd kfftrfrfeaa agltatisg Mm x&. "Ys," reat!s4 Jaaacass tor; Twtotaewa ta assrecfc.' Rttaasri' Cfcnmicle-Tfkcrayk. HetfSTklV sarvaat fasatlea Is a great 'aalsaace, isn't It? Todd Aw fatl rirtariaataClt. Hyceokaas "aeaa wit )h so long that Ate is just like V tH faJly, "Saw loas?" "Two essi Detroit Prse I'reae. 'trtarl" pie aJaaJlag tone at Tft Jjjl il jraoatfoey Qaoga' Ml apsa tlw sa-jkfkif ears of Maaae Arasalata Oaa&Ce4fly ie taraed to aim aad exdalssajl: MHeV caa joa ask ae to star, yitoa y? kaow i aaa grasd chief arioetaw c the Society "tor tae AbolL tlen. -,C Tieat Laclag." Baltimore aboi "sa3taa. A scater stopaedia frost of a Mkalgaa City electric light plaat aaa asked, a aystaader: '"What Is that air ImiMlaVa factory?" "No. a plaaC ease sBSaaswar. "What do they raise there?" Oarreats," resile...

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 June 1900

f 1 ssa.-- -: - . ivwa - . ,-n '.' ' 5. - VOL. V. THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE NEQRO. XX Horace Greeley was- unremitting in pleading the cause of the slave through his paper; The Tribune and he con tinued to urge Mr. Lincoln to take an advance step forward In the ccndu t of the war. In the meantime manv prominent people from all sections of the country visited Washington for the purpose of urging and persuading President Lincoln to issue n. proclama tion which "would emancipate all the slaves throughout the South. But Mr. Lincoln replied to a great many of h s Tisitors by saying, "What goqd cculd be secured by pursuing an. abolition policy? It is a pope's bull aga'nst the comet," suggested the President. He brushed the arguments rf many others aside by Teplying: "I admit that slavery is at the root of the le "bellion. or at least its -sine qua ncn. The ambition of politicians may have instigated them to act, but they would have been Impotent without slavery as their Instrument I wi...

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 June 1900

kj.. . .-. u '. ,- - Jr .i - .-- V 'Vt r t l T. JJ-,- . t - , F T- w -, If. & t. Iff. BROAD AX. WVWWWWWSAAAWMAAM aaaeMaW kathnM. iIIiker.ki WW, 'ntaws, r a JHoVjI BBSS tt& atisrawtoc rate andekaewaee bb-MssMsbi XaarsM M aoaiaalMWfw W MM AKWS AVBWGneASS. 3mX0T.TA.TU0,lketalTWtmr. Indignantly Beaton tinut se to in tat to wimut a "Whitney. Mies Russell's dowtel lru the frst new ef the waiter thai net tute yiinl circulation, mlllUrr expert says, la Harper's Weekly, that the number of ingot aad a lassie repaired to supply rb amy Increases la. geosaetric ratio with. eaeu day's search from the but. Tie atatomoat makes it easier to under ataad why forces can ha moved so such, sore rapidly la the oSces of sensational newspapers than, la the fteld. Heavy Is the burden of poetic ances tors -which weighs on the little eon re cently 'born to the Hon. Neville Lyt tea, helr-presumptlve to the earldom ofLyttoa. Through his father he Is grandson of Owea Meredith aad great grandson of Bulwer ...

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. — 23 June 1900

fiAT 11,.- - - --- "T"4-' " r.. r. - i -.."'' - , ' m ii nrrmn ii i riwaHtawMMSSiuEB I is a hasp nam I njwwmwwgi wu lUHMIIWilMilliWW Washington letter JUatOBYg the younger members ol the loose t rep resentatives there is- aoae -who give promise ot greater perasaaeat aeeral ness than William H- Moody of Wnnon chusetts. This Is really lr. "Moody's eecond term la congress. He was first elected to fill oat a few bBqbCbs of tie unexpired term of Gea. Cogswell, tout iad little opportunity taea to do much more than look -around aad get His bearings, -which he did to very good purpose. Mr. Moody was first cfcosea In his own Tight to the TV. ty-llfta con gress, and down In the Essex district they now say that he can stay in con gress Just as loagas "he likes. There is nothing sensational cr su perficial about Moody. He Is -as aard a working and as thorough-going a aaan is there Is in pjbllc life today. He always Inspires confidence, and that Is something which must be of the ut most value to...

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. — 23 June 1900

'liO - - r.r a r"-Tc -. - -&.. Tr, . "jr t- s'-k: . - It.; s- y Lt - - r- t-: CHIPS. , Jjtwrmob' A. Newhy, and Li A. Siataem.have beea. selected as dete sates'te the Dcaiaaee Canal Coarea 600;. yCarlBore aad G. y?. Har dy atCaWeraaies Ec-Aiienaaa "pr. F. Mahoaey will without &ay doubt receive the nomina tion for Ceagrees in the 5th Coogres afcwial district, as it is thoroughly un derstood 'that he is In harmony and staads" close up to the powers that he In that neck of the -woods, and it looks as though the present. Congre'sman. U. T. udoaan, is a dead cock in the pit The Hon.(?) James Miller, who is all wisd ami legs and who furnishes straw ball lor Iheives and hlacklegs at the 25th street police station, does sot like The Broad Ax, because it docs not slobber pver ex-jail and peniten tiary birds,' and If we remember right, almost one year ago Mr. Legs and Wind Miller ordered The Broad Ax seat-to his clubrooaas, but he has per sistently refused to pay for It "WITH. Clark, o...

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. — 30 June 1900

- $ ;aV - HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. V. COL. WM. J. BRIAN AND THE BROAD AX. Upon the eve of the Democrat Katlonal Convention we thorg't It might be interesting to eome of the admirers and supporters of Col. TVa. j. Bryan to become familiar with thj efforts, which The Broad As li-s put forth In his behalf and the Ccl3. ap preciation of the same. August 31st, 1S93, we began the pub lication of The Broad Axr. in a t Lake City. Utah, and after the Dem ocratic party was overwhelmingly de feated everywhere at the S'ate elc tions of that year. We began to c-st about for an available P csluentiil candidate, who could gather up, rs i'. were, the fragments of the party, form them into one mighty army and hurl them against the common enemy, the Republican party. After much meditation and reflection the idea flashed across our mind that Wm. J. Bryan was by all odds the on sole Individual fitted for the task of commanding and leading fo-ward tvo grand army of Democracy, and on No Tember 9th. 1895. 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. — 30 June 1900

HWiJH jaiWJj i HOWKSEEKERS' EXCURSIONS TH Oa the first and third Tuesdays of M7 aad August the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad -will place on sale Hoaeseekers' Excursion tickets ta Taxious points In Alabama, Arkan sas, Florida, Georgia, Indian Terri tory, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missis elppi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee. Texas. Oae fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Tickets are limited on going trip fifteen days from date of sale with stop over -privileges In Homeseekers territory. Returning tickets are lim ited twenty-one days from date of sola. Remember that we now have in sen lee a new wide vestibuled train be tween Chicago & Waco & Ft. Worth, Texas, leaving Chicago daily at 1.50 a, ra. Through Pullman sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars. For farther particulars call on or address any agent Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad or C. L. Stone, G. P. & T. A.. Chine go. Effects In Electricity. The engineers of the Pan-American Exp...

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. — 30 June 1900

-T- , V- -m- - GETTING DAMAGES. Tlsae He Wm Hud Up He rry oS One of Kte Toco. tfe ran across lota of things in tale gje of business that would make tip top newspaper stories," said an old tlse accident Insurance man to a New Orleans Times-Democrat reporter, jgt Terr few of them erer leak out TPitt I hare In mind especially are at tempts to defraud the company. A role we let such matters drop, If tte claim Is withdrawn, but sometimes e par when we could clearly win a jclt, simply to avoid the unpleasant advertisement of litigation. Frequent ly the cases are very curious. I caS to mind a fellow In a certain little town who presented a claim against or company for the loss of a toe. Ac cording to his story he was cleaning tls pistol, when the weapon went off accidentally and the second toe of hit jeft foot followed suit. He had his papers made out all right, and on Its gnrfaee the case seemed perfectly straight and honest, but some instinct warned me that we ought to invest! pte. An ol...

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. — 30 June 1900

p- i- i fc? Ife IvC i II fe "i. NOTICE. We -will not resume our Tevi:w of "The Political Parties and the Negro" nor publish "Facts for - Afro-Amo I ans" until the next issue cf The Broad Ax. CHIPS. The- colored ladies of MemphK Tenn'. have organized a Woman's In dustrial Association for the purpose of mutual benefits. They expect to purchase a building and conduct busi ness in first class style. Ex. Miss Mildred Lyle graduated with high honors from the Lake H'gi School last "week. She was the o ly Afro-American in a large class, and the first one to ever graduate fro:n that school. The ladies of the Phyllis Wheatly Club will give a social and have a sale of aprons Tuesday, July 3. the proceeds to be donated to charity. We hope all that can make it conve'ie t will attend and encourage the club la this worthy enterprise. The family of the laU B. H. Chst man, who died very suddenly in Glen coe a few days ago, have had their sorrows doubled by the loss of a Bin the past week. He was a p...

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