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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1895

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1895

'RW1-- '- -.v w . ,-, , , ,. . --"V THE BROAD AX. ; J i Mffi a - IV t - ) &5 Mr 3.S Hi at J)z Broad te published wkkklt. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, MormonH, Republicans, Prieats, or any one else can have tiieirsay, so Jobr as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. Tub Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communications will hare attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year, ... $2.00. Six Months. 1.00. Three. Months, - .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, $ 3.00. Pive Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, . .05. Advertising rates made known on application. frS" Address all Communications to THE BROAD 'AX, 00 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. How do you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1895

m?wrl gn i j(jij I -ir THE BROAD AX V- 3 , ' NOTEDNMJRO HOTEL MAN. JAMES WOMTLEY, OP WASHINGTON, WHO Wji ONCE CATERER FOR A CLUB: James Yormley was a famous colored map who made a fortune of $100,000 in the hotel business and left it to his two sons, says the Boston Transtript. Wormley's hotel is still cie of the famous hostelries of th country. Wormley was at one time caterer to a club. Then h began doing catering on his own iccount, and opened a little place n I street, opposite the Arlington otel The fame of his suppers sj ead, and his place became the xt ort of some of the most famous i ?n in the Senate'and the House a gi leration ago. Chas. Sumner was me of its regular visitors. Won ley was always very much attachec to Mr. Sumner and when the gre ; statesman died it was Wormley hands that laid out the remains ai 1 prepared them for burial. One Wormley's regular patrons was Samuel Hooper, a member of th hoe from the Suffolk district, Massachusetts. He lent Wormley ;he money to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1895

Aw rr THE BROAD A. ' W t-&-z - P 2iu r ,' ' ?'; - f 2LffiL". . fc . --JJy SSHf.. ffcT ):"' if-.1!. H 01--;-.'-.-5 l'. WHAT THE RECORDS SHOW. Thb chief stock in trade of the Republican campaigners this year, -who dare not discuss either the tariff or the currency question, is a general indictment of Democratic rule in which the only thing of -weight is the specific allegation that under Republican rule the country flourished like a green bay, while a Democratic administration of affairs .produced industrial distress; commercial failure, and a regular cataclysm of business desolation and misery. Like most of the Republican campaign statements this one will not" bear investigation. Indeedjthe only reliable basis for any statement of this kind proves very conclusively that just the reverse is true. The report of business failures as given by Dun's Mercantile Agency for the last ten years affords little satisfaction to these brave campaigners, who are afraid of nothing but th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1895

L-. 1&5. '.: .-... .;-- .&. .'- ' .--.., j V,- - ' '.j-'jV; ':;-"' ' r' - ......'... '. '.;:-' I m f.v ! Vc Ct v-it 7 r ' f-,f j- Hew to the line. Vol. I SALT LAKE CIT, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. No. 2. DEMOCtATlC TICKET For Dm State Kesmtara: JOSEPH LAWLINS,of Salt Lake. MOSES THTCHEB,of Cache. Br CoTeraor: JOHN TEAINE, of Salt Lake. B. HWBEBTS, of Davis. For JBdfeftbe apreme 'eart: THOMAS iLONEY, of Weber, RICH ABB-. YOUNG, of Salt Lake, SAMUEL 1THUKMAN, of Utah. Frtrcretary or State: FISHEKfeABBIS, of Salt Lake. For to racy-General: A. JpBER, of Weber. r Treasurer: ALMA GENWOOD, of Millard. for Aadltor: GUY TLSON, of Sanpete. For Sapertedent or Pa bile lattraeiOBt KABKM AESER, of Utah. (E COUMTY. i of be tate Senate: WILLIAMS,' T : WHITTAKEB, RA.WLINS, CHA.X R. SWAGE, OSCAl MOYLE. For BeBbf the 'esse of Reare- tBiatiTeK ALLEN, WELLS, MORPHY, lENNION, fALLACE, CH m W. PENROSE, MILLER, J. PENCE, TA.YLOR, USES. eadeat of caoebu VANCOTT. proper pi irelfare aess ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1895

i'-dli p-WftJFO' T J THE BROAD AX. Jlpe Broad k PUBLISHED WKKKLT. Will promulgate and at all timet uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics. Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Xormonx, .Republicans, Prieats, or any one else can have their cay, so ions as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. Tub Broad x is a newspaper -whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. , Local communications will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - $2.00. Six Months. ... 1.00. Three Months, - .50. In any quantity at the following Rates: One Hundred, $ -100. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, - .05. Ad rertising rates made known on application. p& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, GO Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher axd Editor. The Republicans refuse to swallow Crane, but they make Cran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1895

trVK "jC . - T - ""Vd-V "f&Z '?wv'' 'SCPT - 1 THE BROAD AX. JBftiL'-Mm $fl IN THE CAFE. She was a quiet little woman, with very pale face. Her serge gown was won and shabby. The blue bad faded to a sort of heliotrope. She wore a pink shirt walfft which had als o faded and was streaKea, but was scrupulously clean. The shabby EAGLE BLOCK, tboes and tho frayed gloves carried ont tha general impression of poverty. I She walked to a small table In the car ner and sat down with a certain grim ds-1 termination In her manner. The very way I In which she pulled her chair up to tns POWERS, STRADP ASD L.PPMAN, Attorneys and Counselors. SALT LAKE CITY. Business Cards and GREAT table was full of decision. Thewayshs 77 Mnds ofJobPrifltin ff dragged off her shabby gloves and laia - them to one side suggested desperation. done a fte ofHce of the Rh read tho menu card over and gave be " order to Pierrequlto distinctly, though to Broad Ax, 66 Main St low tone. Then she leaned back, ne. li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1895

M &?H fci - -.-te "'-'- frft1 r"3wwaaH T'TF S. TJ T" Cii '-i jf. ' Z-r " ?cri " v. , - . '. J 4 THE BROAD AX. a WHAT THE RECORDS SHOW. The chief stock in trade of the Republican campaigners this year, who dare not discuss either the tariff or the currency question, is a general indictment of Democratic rule in which the only thing of weight is the specific allegation that tinder Republican rule the country flourished like a green bay, while a Democratic administration of affairs produced industrial distress, commercial failure, and a regular cataclysm of business desolation and misery. Like most of the Republican campaign statements this one will not bear investigation. Indeed, the only reliable basis for any statement of this kind proves very conclusively that jut the reverse is true. The report of business fail- ures as given oy unns .Mercantile Agency for the last ten years affords little satisfaction to these brave campaigners, who are afraid of nothing but the truth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1895

cranoai .'. .' j s ST. . -. feft ft' .-j- r W-SJJ-gg - - -7SS3rHBW.-S-'-- i-.,js2-.t v ,- - , X9ffi5 . "P - " Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. 3STo. 3. JOHN T. Caine THE NEXT GOVERNOR OF UTAH. THE .DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. It was the good fortune o the editor of the Broad Ax to attend the recent State Democratic convention held at Ogden, Sept. Slaving left this city the evening before, and in an hour afterward was hospitably entertained at the Reed hotel, where a large number of the prominent leaders were already quartered. The city of Ogden was completely captured on convention day; 'the attendance was immense, and the enthusiasm unbounded. With our limited space, we cannot enter into details, or incidents which attended this great gather ing; suffice it to say they were inspiring and earnest in every regard. We desire more particularly to speak of the results at this time. The Republicans who went there to see a Democratic fight, were disappoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1895

S&! V rTHE BROAD AX. . 4 " 15? v. &;. $ n: l-1 -R Jie Broad lx PUBLISHED WEEKLT. Will nramnlrata and at all times unhold the true nrlnclDlea of Democracy, but farmer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormon, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say, o long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak lta own mind. Local communications will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: .One Year. -Six Months. -Three Months, In any quantity at the following Bates: Ono Hundred, 3.00. pWm Hundred. . . 12.50. Onn Thousand. - 20.00. amgie iopica, $2.00. 1.00. 5a .05. Advertising rates made known on application. 3& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, GO Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, PuBLisuxn and Editor. Entered at Post Office as second-class matte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1895

zv.TJgr -sgEW- - Fi IV ' ' I rt THE BROAD AX. 3 zZjj jj,jWMfc?tltS:.ifliBP Sprmylnc With Hermese. Insect pests which suck their food, such as plant lice and pear psylla, are not affected by poisons applied to the surface of plants. Against these insects kerosene emulsion is commonly used, which kills bv contact. Professor Weed of the Mississippi ex- EAGLE BLOCK, periment station Rives in a bulletin an ' illustrated description 01 a aenceiar POWERS, STRAUP AND L1PPMAN, Attorneys and Counselors. SALT LAKE CITY. i W, i I Business Cards and all hinds of Job Printing done at tJie office of the Broad Ax, 66 Main St. If you want clean cool and large lamps that will barn into ashes and leave no clinkers buy the Diamond Coal and save one third on consumption from J. W. Whitehead, Jr., 38 West, Second South Street, Telephone 608. A. N. CHERRY. J. VT. CHERRY. CHERRY & CHERRY, LAWYERS, Rooms 9 and 10, Walker Bros. Bank Bldg. , Salt Lake City. Antl-ComblDe Coal OSTee. The only dealer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1895

- ' 'SBfSlf.' fvflft?v&V ' -? Wi&3s?kX --Sc '; ias&r J.4' THE BROAD AX. THE OLDEST B66k IN THE WORLD. IT IS NOT THE BIBLE, AS MANY MAT THINK, ACCORDING TO A WRITER. Baltimore American'. J. H. Mitch- nier, in Knowledge for June, gives an interesting account of the oldest book in the world. Many will suppose that' the" Bible is meant, bat the most orthodox hare never claitaed" that the earlier books of th'elBible were written prior to the exodus from Egypt, while the "Papyrus Prisse" was written at least 1,500 years before Moses was born, and many years before the occurrence of the Noachian deluge. The book was discovered by a Frenchman named Prisse at Thebes, and presented at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris. It was taken from a tomb in which was found the mummy of one of the Entews of the eleventh, or first Theban, dynasty, which would prove that the manuscript was written at least prior to 2,500 B. C; but the book itself furnishes internal evi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1895

'r r" 'jr - &$$ '(J5A ftt .MA vL .scs)"' TO) - . -iw ! MiSSNMfV Hew to the Line. Yol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895. No. 4. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Far I'nlted SUUcs Seaara: JOSBPfl I. RAWLDJS,of Salt Lake. MOSES THATCHER, of Cache. For GoTeraor: JOHN T. CAINE, of Salt Lake. For CoasreasBULa: B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis. Far Jadges of the Supreme Coart: THOMAS MALONEY, of Weber, RICHARD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake, SAMUEL R THURMAN, of Utah. Far Secretary of Slate;. FISHER S. HARRIS, of Salt Lake. Far AtterBejr-Gaaeral: A. J. WEBER, of Weber. Fr Treaaarar: ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard. Far Aadltar: GUY a WILSON, of Sanpete. Far Kaperlateadeat or Pablie I pairs ettea: KARL G. MAESER, of Utah. SALT LAKE COUNTY. For Members or tbe State Senate; PARLEY L. WILLIAMS, GEORGE A. WHITTAKER, JOSEPH S. RAWLINS, CHARLES B. SAVAGE, OSCAR W. MOYLE. For Heaabera or tfae Heaae or Repreaealatlres: DAVID R. ALLEN, RULON S. WELLS, JOHN H. MURPHY, HEBER BENNION, HENRY WALLACE, CHARLES W. PENRO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1895

vmiHmm8Q&&?Tmii6i.xr-'- ? v "" ini,iri!SSTV;iii JLin ' -" " iin ? Ma L. . . . it KS i THE BEOAD AX. Jl?e Broad fix PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promulgate and at all timet uphold tas true principles of Democracy, bat farmer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Bepnblleans, Priests, orany ose eke can hare their say. eo loag as their lrngnage is proper and responsibility Is fixed. Tax Broad Ax Is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to-speak its owmmlnd. Local OBSsaanlcationi will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. suBscmpnori: OaeYear, - - - 92.00. StxMoat&s. - - - LOO. xm ee Aobiu, .ou. la any qoantityat the following Bates: (tee Hundred, f 3.00. Fire-Hundred, - . 42.00; O&eTaoasand, 3100. SfagTe'Copiea, - . - '-'.OK Advertising rates made known on a'ppll- ther comment is unnecessary, and we leaTe these fellows toithe consolation of their own conscien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1895

w&m tfgg' .M -ft . rr ;4 W"&swMxameiHKgEn3k 'V. - THE BROAD AX. BR'JSH AND stone drains Both An Vmt t'wfal and Entirely tlcable Vadrr Certain Condition. Boggy land cannot well be drained at first with oilier ftono or 'tiTe unless there is a plunk or board laid in the bottom of luu dirJi. and if there is a large quantity of hroli proeut by all means use it in the pioneer work,which may be made to resalt in bringing the landf coder proper cultivation. Dig-draiES through the inarch about three feet deep and fill them half fall of brush, lopping the branches where they preTeat the brash from lying close. HacAthetopaof the branches down stream Orar al$ place a good covering of straw QfBome otsr coarse material to prrreat th earth from sifting into the drain. If, as A BKUSH DRAtH. is likely to be the case, this brush is constantly iimuerseil in water, it will last for many years and do the work required most effectually When the ground has become settled. - ptaue o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1895

1 .uer' r,5i.;." - c. . . v .: ' . iscr- -" - M I mm i -, ,- . . .- I lit - A ? .- && '? ' " H"" '! f-'" -5"' I 'L?""A--1" '"-'fFX T?rT" "C-? - V ' , THE BROAD AX. DEATH IS NOT SO GRIM. Da. J. W. Hoossvzlt in Scribnen Familiarity "with death is apt to alter one's earlier conceptions of it. Two ideas are very generally accepted which experience shows to be false. One is that the dying usually fear death; and the other, that the act of -dying is accompanied by pain. It is well known to all physicians that when death is near its terrors do not seem to be felt by 'the patient. Unless the imagination is stimulated by the frightful portrayal of the supposed "pangs of death' or of the suffer- mgs wmcn some believe the soul must endure after dissolution, it is rare, indeed, that the last days or hours of life are passed in dread. Oliver "Wendell Holmes has recorded his protest against the custom of telling a person who does not actually ask to know that he cannot rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 September 1895

" ernssr -r". ft ft'Hew to the Line. P Is5? lftefc rTT!s.MviCl Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. No. 6. IEMOCRATIC TICKET Fer Called State Senator: JOSEPH L. BA.WLDJS.ol Salt Lake. MOSES THATCHER, of Cache. For GoTeraor: JOHN T. CAINE, o Salt Lake. Fer CongrtiinTHt B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis. For Jadree of the Sapreae CoarC 1TH0MAS MALONEY, of Weber, ICHABD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake, IUEL R. THURMAN, of Utah. Fer eereurj ef State: FISHER & HARRIS, of Salt Lake. . Fer Attorney-Geaeral: A. J. WEBER, of Weber. Fer Treasarer: ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard. Fer Auditor: GUY C. WILSON, of Sanpete. Per Saperlateadeat ef Fablle Iatrae- uob; KARL G. MAESER, of Utah. SALT LAKE COUNTY. For Members or tae State Seaate: PARLEY L. WILLIAMS, GEORGE A. WHITTAKR, JOSEPH S. BAWLINS, CHARLES B. SAVAGE, OSCAR W. MOYLE. I Fer Member ef tbe Hoase of Hepre- seataiiTe: DAVID B. ALLEN, RULON a WELLS, JOHN H. MURPHY, HEBER BENNION, HENBY WALLACE, CHARLES W. PENROSE, . OBRIN P. MILLER, CHAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 September 1895

.- w.-."ar : (&&: I? J h.vr.:iir -(iK .. "5.TV.. ! "uW-)' THE BROAD AX. ms&& lMr.1uiiir?7rjlj.i....,ir - ywBhtiyyT M Jl?e Broad fz PUBLISHED WEEKLT. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, bat farmers. Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say. o long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Beoad Ax is a newspaper trhose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its owa mind. Local oramnnications will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - . $2.00. hix Months. - - - LOO. Three Months, - .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, $ 8.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, - . - .05. Advertising rates made known on application. p& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX. GO Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 September 1895

n ' y?$&? THE BROAD AX. 3 nniMRODS OLD MM. The Petal uraa Pot Hunter Tells Story ol a Wondrous Cluue. Frank Timins, the Petamma pot hunter, had the floor, and the crowd breathlessly awaited a thrilling story ol the chase. "Too want a story of the chase, eh?" repeated Timins. "Well, I'll tell yon about the greatest bit of chasin I ever did in my life. I wuz out huntin one day f er qnail with my ole morale loadin shotgun, when three quail jumped tip out of a bush right ahead of me. One flew to the right,-one to the left and the other straight ahead, bnt I got 'em all three." "Killed three qnail going in different directions with a muzzle loading shotgun?" repeated one of his listeners incredulously. "Yep; that's what I done." 'Tour gun must have had three barrels then." "Nop; only two." "How did you do it?" "Well, I killed the one that went to the right with tho right barrel; then, quick as a flash, I killed the one that went to the left with the other barrel; then I took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 September 1895

S$gkfl THE BROAD AX. WMPf AN HONEST DOLLAR. or For the last few monthswe have heard from the eastern portion of this country, a great cry of "honest monev. a "sate money," ana a- "sound currency," etc. These pleasing adjectives help to round off a very seductive phrase, and are liable to mislead and deceive the "very elect." The'Tise of these terms is intended to discredit, by way of comparison, all money as a standard" except gold. In other words that sibnar .and paper money are "dishonest?? "unsafe," and "unsound." The people of this country are deeply interested in this question, and all "honest" men will insist on using "honest" money, "safe" money, and "sound" money. "We cannot in a short article like this, discuss this ques tion fully or in detail, but will simply give it & passing notice. What is honest money? It is that kind of money which will perform the mission it is called to do without any price or premium. It is like an honest man, who will be true to his d...

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