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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1896

man rate fob potatos Tie John A. Salzer Seed Ce'-La vne. Wls'pay Wgb Dricee far sew iTVlais. They ra111 P14 W9 a , How rlna wawraeioa, aavjuv asr ov k. new oats, ?3U0 ior j.uu in. ex pouters, etc.. etc.! Well, price for potatoes will be high next fall. Plaat'a lenty, Mr. Wideawake! You'll Bake money! Salzer's Earliest are fit te eat In 28 days after planting. His Ouubsion of the World Is the greatest yieldon earth and we challenge you to produce its equal. if 70a will aead H cents in stomps to the John A. Salzer Seed Co La Crosse. Wis., yon will get, free, ten packages grains and grasses, including Teoslnte. Spurry. Giant Incarnate Clover, etc., and our mammoth catalogue. Catalocuo 5c. for mailing, w".n. On Another tmj 'Sow. "I remember," said Mrs. Wlckwire, Impressively, "yon once said that IT yoa had the world you would gladly lay It at my feet." Oh. AM if asEea air. wiacwire. "Yes, you did. And now I hare to nag at you for three days to get yoa to by . carPet-Indianapolla JoumaL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 March 1896

'Y"v -?- f AagJa - V CHIPS. At-the solid frie4 of tie JfMd AxweitTe-BOse ire esteem awre lughly tita S. B. NcirmaH tastl hmSj. They hare beeafricsds aslpctroas of oot paper aLsost horn tie start. Mr.Newmaaisa self-made o; coaiBg to Utali in 1863, wkaa a mere boy, he has by fcs esergy and. good jjaaaagement aj a success, where aany others failed. He a big-hearted, popular geatkaaa, aad a true JeffersoakaDeaocrat. Hk estimable wife aad charaiag daughters make up m of Salt Lake's ideal families. Sack men a Stcre Newman are a arsdit to our city. Do Twt forget that a paper every other day is almost as good as a -daily. You can get the N.Y.World three tiaea a week, and the Broad Ax oa Saaday, for $2.50. Send us year naaie and money at once. Ear. Gaovxa Clbtmand is about ae well qualified to dilate on the wickedness of the West as he is on the iRhabitants of the moon; he having merer risited either place, and what he saya is merely hearsay. In hk recent libel of the West by "iaueado, he ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1896

r 4 if" jaC"j- jT , -- V .-. j- '?'- - V Y - --;, . y "UUR LxOvKrioir. i uvDA3.u V on the Consent of -the "The Quality of Liberty we possess is Equal to the Governed." , Quantity of Restraint 'A Thomas Jefferson. ft'we Fut Upon the Govern ment. Daniel Webster Hew to the Line. aaaaaaaaeBBa, r r W. -3Sg2) JIaIL eCSC)" rf IT iftilSifiSii' ll 17 Vol. I. McKINLEY VS. SILVER. A LARGE-sized boom is being turned loose in the Republican camp, by the jingo-politicians, in the interest of Bill McKinJey and his bill. This "faTorite son" of Ohio, is receiving a regular brass band nomination for the office of president, by his admirers all over the country where the gold standard men are running the politics of the r. o. p. Mr. McKinley not only represents the most radical doctrine of protection for protection's sake, but be is a typical representative of the so-called "honest money" fallacy. He is as much a "gold bug" as John Sherman or John G. Carlisle. Therefore, should he reccne the nominatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. WU proaalrate and at all times uphold th. troe principles of Democracy, but fanner. Catholics. Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can hara tbelr say, so Ions as their laaguagc Is proper and responsibility Is fixed. The .Broad-Ax b a newspaper whose platform Is broad enough for all, erer claiming the editorial rfght to speak Its own mind. Local cosununleation trill hae attention; write onlr on oae able of the paper. DIMOCBATJC PARTI. VOICE OF OUR PRESS AGAINST M'KINLEYISM. SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Year S2.OT Wx Months i.ou rhrce HoaUis 50 Advertising rates made knotrn on application. Address all commnnlcatlons to THE BROAD AX, 710 SIaInS:reet. Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F."TAYLOU..I'nb;isacr and Editor. Entered at I'ostofflee as second-class matter. The Board of Education of Traverse City,- Mich., has forbidden its schoolma'ams to dance. Naturally, these worthy young women are making a "kick." Tba Attack...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1896

For Country's Sake. 'AN INDIAN BGHTER SUFFERS AGONIES J FROM DISEASE, - ' 7 When deronlmo TTai Captured, From the Press. New; York City. Worn with the exposure of army life on the frontier, and poisoned by the continual drinking of alkali -water .Joseph Flcsauf returned to Philadelphia eight years ago. broken down la health and unable to do any -work. He had served five yearn -with the Ninth United States Infantry In many a desperate ficht with the Indiana la Arizona and other frontler'atatea and had won an enviable record, in the fierce conflict when Geronlmo, the famous chief of the Apaches, waa captured, Mr. Fleusauf waa among1 the brave soldiers who, forgetful of everythlns but duty, charcrcd upon the hostile Indians. Life on the plains sent to an untimely death many soldiers who were never touched by a redskin's bullet or arrow -and Mr. Flegauf came near such a fate i3 that. A long time before his time ans out he -was taken seriously 11L but stuck to his post until an honorable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 March 1896

OF v-e - - .i"". T O . lS J L REV. R. MANEY. Dvxiss tke past week we met Ac Kct. B, Hawey, tbe mew pastor f the Baptist cjivos,aad we refrat to mj tkat w were greatly iiMfpwatwl im aseetiag tie doctor. A great y of his frieads had as thai the doctor vu a of cslture sad refiae- seat, amd free frosa all the c4dtkte prejadice of tke past. Bat after we kad comYersed witk tke doctor a few weats, we caae to tke coscIasioR tkat he is incapakle of taking a broad and comprekenhtb view of tlie social aad political aMstioas which kaTe af ected and which will continae to affect not ealy tke negro race, bat all the other raos of tke unirerse. He k of tke opinion tkat no member of ,or race can be a Democrat except for monetary consideration. He dees aot seem to realize that we ace Kviag in a aew age, aad that surer? has passed away, never more to appear on these shores again. He does Hot seem to comprehend or to realise the fact that ear race is marching onward and is BsakiBg wonderful progress i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1896

W. SgJssS"- '-&$ 'Our Government is based4 on the Consent 6 the "The Quality of Liberty; OT WICCTCC TC T?OTT 1 T "T- M1 Governed." Hbi Quantity of Restraint aj'o we nrr Upon the Governl 1 HOMAS J Efi-ERSON. MENT. Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. Hfe. - . -"- , liSfii KafcP. ' - tzm.w sJKsnMAC Vol. I. WORDS OF WARNING. The farewell words o Washington our first president, anB. -who was also "First in war, first in peace anil first in the hearts o his countrymen," should he cherished aud remembered by the present veneration as "words of gold set in apples of silver." As his second presidential terra was drawing to a cloe, many of his admirers were desirous of conferring upon him a thinl term, and thns insnre a permanent continuance of constitutional government, to which the name of Washington had lent so much lustre and dignity, and over which he had presided with universal satisfaction and favor. But at the time above stated, this distinguished patriot determined to retire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1896

E2E5KH LX. v. s.f - The Broad Ax. rDfeLISHED WEEKLY. TOH prosinlsate and at all time npbokl the tree principle of Democracy, but fanners. Catholics, rrutestants. Knights of Labor, Infidel, Mormons, republicans, Triesta, or any one else can bara tbdr say, long as their language 4, proper and responsibility l fixed. The Broad Ax Is a netrxpaper trnoec plafform 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 piper. BANKEE OF TO-DAY. SELFISH, UNPATRIOTIC AND SOCIETY'S ENEMY. If Tfier Are Exceptions (and There Are) They Should Coma Oat and Bo Heard la Behalf of the Suffering People. more Teaora, In which Ilea tie grater danger, England's aggressions on a South American republic, or English mastery of American finances? A supremacy so potent that national esteem, dignity and honor must tremble In assetting itself. It Is some comfort to know that the Impoteney of the Amer ican financia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1896

H . . Jlttira 'JDHlfiD BYE. !almjfNTS OF THE ORGAN r-Cap 5fw - - nnnin. ; feleatlsta An Intensely Interested -XJ-ards Bar It at t& Top of tbe i Skull and It Ui Perfect Eye Tho Pineal Gland, AN and all higher animals have two eyes and two only. Bays Popular Science. All mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibia and fishes have this number of eyes. Even those animals which from time Immemorial have lived In absolutely dark caves have two eyes. In many of such animals, however, the eyes have been overgrown" by the skin, bo that these eyes now would be useless for vision, even if the animal should come from Its subterranean home to the light of day. The same Is true of Beveral species of burrowing animals of the mole and mouse tribes. Indeed, all the vertebrate animals have two eyes, whether they use them or not Not all animals have these two eyes symmetrically placed in, the head, one -m each side. Certain fishes which apparently swim on the Bide, such as the turbot, have both eye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 March 1896

JJ -6 - -Z fr THE LITTLE DICTATOR OF SALT LAKE. (Csatlsaed frem March It) L 0 Thursday, October 10th, . 1895, three davs after ike Priest- fiood meeting in this city, we met ihe Little Dictator, ns he was " emerging from the State Bank of Utah, and he began, by saying: "i presHme you hare come to the conelusion that I am a regular talking machine, bat I cannot refrain from telling yon all about the pleasant interview which I have just had with the Hon. Heber M. Wells, the next Governor of Utah. During my long interview with Mr. Wells, I observed that he feels very confident that our party will be victories at the coming election; and, with the assurance of Mr. Wells aad other leaders that our party will defeat the enemy and march on to victory, I have deceided to recommend the following wellknown members of our race, for the various positions, and I know that all of these gentlemen will receive the appointments, in case, our party succeed. "I suppose you are aware of the fact that I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1896

- -r. ' t - 1- ,---. : -fciK 'Our Government is bAsed' 'The Quality of Liberty on the Consent of the we possess is Equal to the , Quantity of Restraint; Governed." & ft-t)' we Put Upon the Govern1 1HOMAS J.frtlttU. ment. Daniel Webster Hew to tje Line. Vol. I. SALT TAKE CHY, UTAH, APBIL 4, 1896. No. 32. - - - - - -J?3) JP?1 CS9" ' S IHL fifcSVffM n - .., gS f yJSSy THOMAS JEFFERSON. .. c . wr np Tirunppinv THE PATKU.-M ain " u.v.wnaw. Os- April 2, 1743, one hundred and fifty-three years ago, in Shadvt Albemarl county, Virginia, Thomas Jefferson was born. No man in this -country ever contrib uted more to the planting and establishment of free popular government than did Thomas Jefferson. Inheriting from a noble ancestor the true spirit of liberty and independence, he became a strong and brainv leader of the little band of railing freemen, who at last rave US IUIS giunutw .. w wU-- & m itv which we are now enjoying. Jefferson first appeared in public life at th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1896

22 0' -tl shv. $3 -v The Broad Ax. TUBLISHED "WEEKLY. VTIU proajnljato end at all times uphold tb. trne principles of Democracy, bat farmer. 'Catholics, Protestants. Knights of labor. Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any cae else can bars; their car. so ions as their language Is proper and responflMUty Is flxoL The Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose plat" fona,,ls broad enough for all. errr claiming the editorial right to speak Its own mlnil. Local cotnmnnlcatlons will hare attention; write only on one side of the paper. DEMOCfiiTIC PAET5T. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year ?2.V Klx Months La three Months SO Adrertislng rates made knonro on application. VOICE OF OUR PRESS ON SUES OF THE DAY. IS- Address all commnnlcattons to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS V. TAYLOn..PnbMher and KJ'.tor. ftnterej at l'osloffice as second-class matter. The kins of Abyssinia Is said to fear hl8 wife In both savage and civilized life there seems to be a certain feminine terroris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1896

I Df WITH THE GHOSTS. PHANTOMS PERFORM THE QUEEREST PRANKS. Home Haunted by tbe Spirits T& Explanation Whea Found "May U Very Elfaiplo and Is Oftea ZaagbaBla Indeed. ONOPBLLOW wrote quaintly that all houses wherein men had lived and died were haunted houses, hut this Is meant to Include memories and associations onlj, the fleeting phantoms of the Imagination, says the Detroit Free Press. But -what, then, are ghosts? Are they not the same unreal creations of a retrospective brain? Who Is the elusive being that opens and shuts the doors at midnight, strikes fantastic or sorrowful chords on the piano, sets the dog barking and leaves things in a disturbed state generally? And what is a ghost? Has a ghost parts? Can an unsubstantial phantom that appears and disappears at will make noise enough by contact with material things Jto waken a sleeping household? Science, with cool, calculating methods, has Investigated the theory of ghosts and found nothing. A haunted house has bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 April 1896

!-V $ - ' -si M--T , ' Mmmmmmmmmmmmm " .BaasBMsalBSSSSsV Lfi V OGEJEN AND BRIGHAM CITY. Dtrxisa ike past tea aays we TaaSeoar-aecoad bwiaess trip to 'Chtim aa oar first yklt to tins teevtifal little cky of BrigbiK, aad 're pablka a complete list of k Ogdea readers, ia order to -stow to tke world of mankind that ' 'the gnat majority of the brightest -ad tie best basiaess men of the aecoad commercial city of Utah afilkte with the party founded by -JeSersoB. The folio riag well-known gentleatea, are warm friends and readers of the Broad Ax: Mayor H. H. Speacei; a H Islaub, P. Mj H. "W. GwUliam, manager of the Utah b Oregon Lumber Co.; John Tyler, connty clerk; A. J. Weber, coaaty attorney; Hon. W. L. MajpmiBf assistant United States district attorney; J, P. Ledwidge, clerk of the United States district coart; Joseph Wallace, druggist; John Watson, manager of the Z. CM. X; Hon. David Evans; il. S. Browning, of Browning Bros., -whose "ad." appears in another column of the Broad Ax; J.S. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 April 1896

Sni3 0 . -- U--3r:. ?- ki&sr Our Government is based on the Consent of the '3 "The Quality of LibertyI 1 we possess is Equal to the Governed. fcVft Quantity of Restraint ft'' we Fut Upon the Govern-J n lHUMAbJtrffiKSUK.' MENT. -Daniel Webster. 1 ssftss?'' Hew to the Line. ije 1- Avr . IB "- SilP. - - z,(U T?MBflSS5s2b4lW S Vol I. THE COLOR LINE. . New Yoke, April 2. The color line was distinctly visible for a short time in today's session of the New York Methodist Episcopal conference. It was precipitated by a resolution which recommended that the general conference take nnder consideration the advisability and expediency of putting a colored man on the bench of bishops. This was characterized by the Rev. C. H. McAnerny as an attempt at special legislation for the colored race, many of whom, he said, bad shown themselves ungrateful for favors received. "Take Fred Douglas' continued Dr. McAnerny, "who was held up as an ideal man by those, of his race. In what way did he b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 April 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WB precKsJcate aa4 at all time uphold th trae ?rtecfe! at Democracy, bat termers. TJathnflrs. rrnffteitr. Knights of Labor, laMel Kkmui, KepriBlicaai, Priests, or any obo eke can have their say. o Ions as tbelr JCBfe I Peeper and rcspoasIMlIty U fixed. Tfc Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platteem Is broad esoosh for alL ever dalmlnc the editorial rtrat to speak Its own mind. Local coBiraaaicaUons win have attention: write only on one aide of Use paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear... Stx Months.... ...... ...... Ikree Months......... ............ $2.00 LOO JO AdrertlaSnr rates made known on applies Hon. Address all commnnleatlons to THE BBOAD AX, HO Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JULItTS P. TAYLOR. .rnblUher and Editor. Entered at Postoffice as second-class matter. It Is evident that the only war to step a political "machine." once It la ebsIhs irelL la to break IL A woman In DansTllle. N. T.. has gese thirty-four days without eating. There la a suspicion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 April 1896

PPEBBEBB w&&r-' ?wa Doctor Albright. a bbad minded physician wvTh progressive ideas. Believes to BecominenUnr; Aay Xadleiaa rhat He Know Will Care Hta Fittest Thinks Dr. TTUUaau' Plak Pflta a Great Discovery Ha Oitea Some Marveloas Cares. From the Examiner. Lsaeaster.'Pa, Aeeon, Pi., April 3ta,86. Db. TTnxJAMS' Mediokb Co.: Gentlemen While It Is entirely contrary to the custom of the medical profession to endorse or recommend any of the so-called nroprietary preparations, I shall, nevertheless, give yon an account of some of my wonderful experiences with yonr preparation. Dr Williams' Pink Pills Formal. People. The fact is well known that modleal practitioners do not as a rule, recognixe, much less use, preparations of this kind, consequently the body of them have so definite knowledge of their virtue or lick Oi 't Dul luuuuijf tuuuauu uicin iu without a trial. Such a course Is manifestly absurd and unjust and I, for one, propose to give my patients the best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 April 1896

SZ2i S5 r -i- r ) aa A PUP AT THE GREAT RAIL ROAD OFFICES. ffn Bio Grand Western Railway tare consolidated their oa tie third and foarth i of tlw Dooly Hock. Bythit anaMgamemt the railroad aagaatas o this popular lime are "broagat into ckiser relations with each other, and will be a great convenience to toeuelves as well as to tie jaVlic. They have elegant qaarters, and the boys no doabt feel proad of them, as they are how the best equipped raihrav offices in the West. Hie jHiblic will sow be aWe to find Manager Bibcock, General Freight Agent Halm,. and Gsseral Passenger Agent Wadleigh, all on the third loor, each of which, with their ample corps of assistants, will serve the public in such an efficient and coarteoBS maimer that it will be a pleasure to do business there. The Western is a great road, and has as gentlemanly a class of officials at its head as any railroad with whom we ever did business. Tsatcbsk's Gerhade, the finest breakfast food in the market. Try it. INTER-MOUNTA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 April 1896

rAZriz&gf' ' W- i W1 2) Our Government is based ok the Consent of the "The Quality of Liberty! we possess is Equal to the Governed." Quantity of Restraint ft''we Put Upon the Governt J.HUMA& jcrrr.K3u. MENT. Daniel Webster. ; " Hew to the Lirte. TafeLLL: ar L yMSBiwKfc2eAY'V XV V. ssyWiKI 3 V iSt5A::;fe:siSs Vol. I. THE MANIFESTO. During .the past few days the public mind has been greatly agitated all over the young State of Utah, regarding the ecclesiastical proclamation emanating from the dominant church of this State, at the closing hours of its recent general conference. This so-called manifesto came so unexpected, like the explosion of a powder magazine, that the public mind was, for a time, in a state of confusion, and the most conservative men hesitated to pass an opinion, until calmer judgment prevailed. Owing to limited space, the Broed Ax cannot reproduce this remarkable address, nor can we analyze and review the same as we would like to; but we wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 April 1896

3 The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WU promulgate and at all time uphold tiw tint principles of Democracy, but farmers. Catholics, ITotestants, Knights of Labor, InUelt, Mormons, Bepcbllcans. Priests, or any one else can haTa their aay, so long aa their lanirusre la proper and responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper irhoee platform Ii broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to apeak Ita own mind. Local communication trill hare attention; write only on one aide of the paper. DEMOCRATIC PASTY. VOICE OF OUR PRESS ON THE LEADING ISSUES. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear. se.00 Six Months ..,. loo Three Months j Advertising rates made known on application. Tb Fat Fryers are at Work for HeKbUey Republican Candidates are All Preparing for a Campaign of Intrigue and Corral Hon. Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JCLICS F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at I'ostofflee as second-class matter. Eight years ago Miss Nene Hay...

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