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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 18 April 1896

INSOMNIA. WHAT IT MEANS TO LOSE THE POWER TO SLEEP. i, Tonus Baltimore Woman Wion Xnt Frarented Her From Keating. Prom the Herald, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Jessie Shea Is a young married woman whose tidy homo U at 855 West Lexington Street, Baltimore. For many months Mrs. Shea was a terrible suf ferer from a nervous affection which resulted In general debility and super induced that ofttlmes incurable mal ady insomnia. A Herald reporter called at her residence recently and was shown Into the i.eatly furnished parlor and told that Mrs, Ehea would be down in a few roJn ctes. Soon a light step was beard trlppln down the stairway and Hrs. Shea, radiant with health and the vlror of young womanhood, entered the room. When asked If she had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, with a smile which betokens the utmost satisfac tion, the young lady replied "Yes, I tare used them, and had I not heard of then I doubt If I would have" been here STaMwer your calL" Continuing, she said: "About two months ago I...

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. — 18 April 1896

f; W TJ . ---.J- V $ ?- . r ' tt- ---r"7r-T' . CHIPS. C. . Staxtox ku KMoe political sggs that did BoiJutchiBto chkk asa at the late Repabiicaa convea tie. He will sot go as a delegate teStLosk. Tkaxchzx'b Gzkhasi, the finest Weakfact food in the market Try it. Hare Smith. Gem-pis. enckoo. m down in kk native State telling what an ass and a rascal ke used to be whea ke was a "free silver" max. Ex-Speaker Crisp is tearing Smitk's explanation into skreds. Georgia will be all right on the sil- tpt nnArion when the time comes. asd Hoke will be baked to a Crisp wkea the debate is ended. Sxxatok Tillman says the coun trv is eoine to h 1L This is what we call "Aof" talk. It was our pleasure last week to form the acquaintance of Bishop Scanlan, of thedioceseof Salt Lake Citv. of the Catholic Church. We foand him to be a Very pleasant gentleman, well informed, and en tertaining a kind feeling toward the Broad Ax, and to the colored peo ple. Such broad minded men as Bishop Scanlan are a real ...

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. — 25 April 1896

. ' "FvSfS v" " j,--t- . - jsr-- - -?!-' - - Vs r':JtttCF - V : "t: ? "r V I i l-Our Government is-based 'iTtlP rttT.im. t . ." i" uAiaii ur llBtAlx i ns the Consent of the we possess is Equal to the Quantity of Restraint' we Put Upon the Govern Governed." ft;'- Thomas Jefferson: ment. Daniel Webster.1 Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 25, 1896. No. 35. I lffe T 'l QO" ) rvK ? !- llTtv H!Ec-Z !L. nti VW JM V I T M 1 "av "" IBV HVk. h. -. r H -. M W 1 w IiTv ! rfRmJZSM, t - -rv . , !.! ., S ssf :cBmr i y THE CRISIS IS HERE. Pbeident Joseph F. Smith made his appearance as attorney for the recent Church manifesto at Provo, on last Sunday. According to re ports the gentleman made a con vincing plea, although he had a bad cause, and carried the majority of liis audience with him. One -would infer that the creed of the manifesto T8s a new departure, from the fact that it is being read to the Stake Conferences and ward meetings, and after a one-aided discussion it is sub...

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. — 25 April 1896

;v r '". DEMOCRATIC PABTY. The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will prwBBlte and tt all tinea uphold the trae priadple of Democracy, bnt farmers. -CataoHes, Protestanta, Knlrhta of Labor. In- aea, iiormqns, Bepnbllcans, Prlesta, or any na Repabllean-l'oireUst Party Bespoest- VOICE OF OUR Pk.SS IN DE FENSE OF ITS TRUTHS. one elae can hare, their say, so long aa their laagnage la proper and responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper whose plat form la broad enough for all. erer claiming tie editorial right to apeak lu own mind. - Local coaunnnlcatloaa vfll haTe attention; write only oa oae aide of "the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: Ooe Tear $2.00 Rlx Months LOO rbree Months 80 Advertising rates made known va application. Address all comrmnlcattons to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. bis for Many Crrnr nrfeasea Agalast tha Public Good Monetary Stringency Eolely Da to Tbst rartys Laws. JULIUS F. TATLOB.. Publisher and DdUor. 'Entered at Po!oflJce aa second-class matter....

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. — 25 April 1896

EFSaV ?W .Si (fHEOm&INOFPAKIAN FACTB FROM THE HISTORY OF THIS WARE. Koontford. Who JTrat Mado tbe Xlx tar Fifty Years Arc Now Urine la roTerty Development of HH Art la America. New York Letter. VERY one Is fa miliar with that product of the pot ter's art known as Parian ware, but few are acquainted with Its origin or history. It was so named because of a fancied resem blance to the fine statuary marble de rived from the Island of Paros, bo ex tensively used by Italian sculptors. The body was Invented about 1815, probably a few years earlier, as a result of ex periments of a firm at Stoke-upon-Trent, in search of a suitable body for statuettes and figures in the style of the old Derby and Chelsea "biscuit" ware, end was, In fact, a development of that product A Mr. Mountford, who had been employed at the Derby works, where the biscuit ware had been pro duced, was working at the time for the firm and he. It is said, was the first to compound the mixtures for the new Parian body. 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. — 25 April 1896

e .- CHIPS. Tm McKutky boom k spreading ' like a Ami orer the g. o. p. csap, Wt it has Bo"s2rer lining." Txx free a3rer Democrats seem to ten the "call" oa the gold bags m to the delegates to tbe Chicago uesTenaoa. .use utt&seaae&to dingo of HB&mbted fidelity to ailtK, aad let as hare a sqaare issne oae way or the other., No straddle. Thatch' Gxsuuss, the Inest taakfaet food ia the market. Try it. Thb RsjaablicaH statesmen late 'of Legislatrre fame, are now begin- sme to recoil at tbe record they Miiir laa wintm' anil vnll mnn h -vri to lay the blame on the other A logical candidate on an illogi eal alatfona was a failure in Ken taeky, so it will be in the nation if it is attempted at Chicago. Let us bare a silrer candidate on a free aflrer platform, or a pronounced "cold lms" ob a eold standard nlat- - -j. form. CHI and water will never mix. S. B. NEWMAN. "76" OrrosiTB Thkatks. Er.OfivHvnR. Rnaaitr.T.. of Man , aachasetts, a Mugwump cuckoo, maae a speecn tne otner aay i...

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. — 2 May 1896

f-TK"' n fc fc. Ill l f J H on the Consent ofjthe.j llnVa . L o WZ r Governed. .1 - (S -J TSv r'mtMa-E u.m rtl v xfe0 I Thomas Jefferson; - IK V I'lrSl) tfFskJorimwb iY, " JD i "The Quality of LibeAtyI WE POSSESS IS KntTAT Trkirrw! Quantity of Restraint we rur upon the Govern ment " Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. Vol. I. RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE RUN MAD. The Utah Presbytery, recently assembled at Spanish Fork, Utah, has made a public exhibition of its narrowness and sectarian bigotry, by its declaration decreeing that no fellowship shall hereafter be ex tended to the Mormon church by the Presbyterian church. They proceed to open an impassable gulf between the two organizations, by a series of ten reasons; and by their avowals they conclude that the Mormon people are not only un christian, but hypocrites, liars, and benighted heathens, such as flour ished in Greece and Borne. The writer is not a belierer in the Mor mon creed, and no apologist for their shortcomings; but from our limit...

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 May 1896

11 jf isasaaaaaaaiiasaaai The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. "WW preaslfate ud at aU times apbold-tfej trs prtadpH of Democracy, hot farmers, Catkoftca, Protestants, Kalhta of Tabor, la Mela, Kormoaa, KepcbUeana, Prlesta, or any else can bar their aay, so long as their Massage la proper and repoBsIbUitj Is fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper Trhoae plat fera Is broad esoagh for all. erer claiming uw eainna ngnt to apeak Its own mind. local aat&aianlcatlons -wUl hare attention; write aljr oa one aU of the paper. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. VOICE OF OUR PRESS ON ISSUES OF TODAY. B4 Becomes fees Ciai ArsJa The Old Soldiers Aro Belne; Vett Oat la Lka Cold by Their RpnbHea Friends Samples of Economy la Coajrraaa. . SUBSCRIPTION: ae Tear kkft.tt x Months ...."I"I"; !C'w LCti Xr Months ...!.. I JO Adrertlstns rates made famra oa appUca- AJdrcM al comiBnlcatlons to tub broad ax, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JUUCS y TAYLOR... rcbUaber and Editor. Jester fit PostoflSee a second-class matter....

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 May 1896

Bmsm W?S enaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHeBasssj mm td ii i I'm in DINED AT TM'CAE. N TWO of Hie leather - seated chairs, before the big wlnpw'b'f the hotelr the Junior and sophomore sat side by side. Each wore a large chrys anthemum and car ried a cane decked with streamers of ribbon. The ro tmida behind them was filled with ret tless groups of young men, all wear ing ribbon or carrying flags, and all talking hoarsely and excitedly. The streets In front of the hotel, al ready filled with the dusk of earthly twilight, through which the street lamps seemed spheres of golden haze, wore much the same look, but with the difference that the groups took the form'of a procession moving along the vtt sidewalk. Across the way the eMrts in the window of the "dents' Cljthlng Palace" were all of the same color as the ribbbni.. The en,trarlbe to thj dry-gooda store further down was driped with the same Bhade. Even the tootblflcks and newsboys, perhaps with i view to personal -benefit rather than from...

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 May 1896

tsa 4-J- L raaaeaa v 4. A. EVANS. Dnm the past weak ifce editor of the, Broait AxreceiTed from J. A. lrxsssq., manager of the Desert News Pafelkking Company, the Boek of Mormofi, which we greatly appreciate, aad we shall al ways eatertaia a. high regard for the geakl doaor. Thk anique and veaderfal book ahoald be perused by all rlannrn of our fellow citiseas, as it will be the means of causing them to be more liberal ia their re ligion ideas and opinioBs. Hie Deseret News Publishing Company carries a large stock of Church pnb licatibns, and we take a great deal of pleasure in recommending these publications to oar numerous friends and readers. NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE BROAD AX. Tax new subscribers to the Broad Ax during the past ten days are the following: Mercur B. Steinman, clothier and gents furnisher. Mr. Stein man's ad. appears in another col umn of the Broad Ax. George W. Loft, -manager of the Mercur Drug Co. The above company carries the largest and the best stock of drugs in t...

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. — 6 May 1896

'-" & ... (sjy "Our Government jsbased g25) r'The Quality of LibertyI f ON THE LONSEOTNOF THE" we possess is Equal to the Quantity of Restraint we Put Upon the Govern- f Governed." si& & Thomas Jefferson. " Men r. - 2 Daniel Webster. &!f zttJr Hew to the Line. 3'ss" JNi t IB Jo Ife vfessrliM Vol. I. NOT AN OLD FIGHT. The Broad Ax and the Argus have some very warlike anti-church articles in their last issues. One would almost think the old fight was on by reading those papers. Better stop it, boys, for while doing n0 particular harm, such a fight does the State no good. En quirer. The above few lines exhibits the fawning disposition of some men. Rather than incur the displeasure of a few potentates high in ecclesi astical position, they would crisge and bow to their masters, and lick the hand that smites them Where is the spirit of "'76?" Where is the modern reformer who, like Martin Luther, will stand up against the slavery of the human mind? He is not to he found in...

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. — 6 May 1896

"?, . x wjW vs T V" iv' Ji- ? The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEBKLY. WW iirowmlKite aad at all ttaaee uphold ta tea prheeplM e Deeaecracy, bat faraacrs, Cato8ee, rretestaata, Ka&feU of Ibor, la adela, VffBsu, BepnbHcana. rriesta, or car we etoe eta bar their say, so leas at their leacette to proper aad respoBalMUty to fixed. The Bread Ax to a newspaper irboe plet Ceraa to bread esaah for all. crer ctotoalas the e4kerialtfc&t to apeak Ita own rated. Leaal conmaaleatleaa will hare attention; writ esly ob oe tide of the paper. DEMOCRATIC PAETY. VOICE OF OUR PRESS ON THE ISSUES OF TO-DAY. ta tie epaUUeaa Corruption Saaapaat Cfaleaffe City Council aa Welt a tfae Rational Coacress Twin Ueaase aad Tariff. J declare b fee will They do ,,-oBSumB- tege that SUBSCRIPTION": Oae Tear, .Sa.00 Sr Mentha r. UJO Itew HobUm jo MrtTtMsg rate Bade known oa application. Address aU coBmanleaUoaa to . THE BROAD AX, HO Main Street, f Salt Lake Clrjr. Cub. JULIUS F. TATLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Metered a...

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. — 6 May 1896

J " f- 51 J plTfflERIES OF 11)73, . - HOW SPAIN TREATED HER LIBERTY-LOVING SUBJECTS. n Btorj of the VlrrlalHe Hiwen Told In Leslie's Xesrspaper f That Iear only Stopped When Oar lUr gets Bejran to Rattle. r rryCjYB H E reproduction ec " on this Dace from Frank Les lie 'e Illustrated Newspaper ot the year 1873, illus trative the horrible massacre of the crew of the Ameri can steamer Tlr Binlus, will be vleweSKVwIth end Interest by the majority 6f readers. The pictures wm Dring nome.to them it a. glance the extreme bartarity of Spain's methods of warfare, aad will justify the denunciations launched against that retrograde nation. In the highest legislative council or this eonry: Tor it is hardly to be sup posed that the bloodthirsty hidalgo has undergone any change of heart In the past twenty y are. In fact, there are reasons to believe that. If anything, the practices of the present authori ties In Cuba even surpass for refine fetnt of cruelty the dark deeds of their predecessors of ...

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. — 6 May 1896

ri-r M. E. MULVEY & CO. "" JTae akjTereBtioa -firm have receatly placed a large awl a very fine cigar cabiaet ia their establish- west, 213 Soith Main street. Mul ey & Co. are. wholesale aad retail dealers in whiskies, wines, brandies, iaported asi doeaestic cigars, and it w a great pleasure to do easiness . with this firm, for they -will not offer any good for sale unlets they are'first-class in every respect. Mr. Malreyk a member of the City CobbcU, and he is one of the best bwisess men ia the West, and he is also a good friend to the colored people, fortwoiaerabers of oar rare hare been employed by him for a great many years. JOHN TAYLOR. Ddkino the past week the above mentioned gentleman .spent several days in this beautiful and fair city of Eon. Mr. Taylor was former ly engaged in business here in Salt Lake, but he removed with his family to Millard county last Sep tember, where they located on a farm which he had. purchased some two years ago, and he informed ns "that ...

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 May 1896

.... eAfCTRlUMPH WATICOPPdRlij-3 - ' vrz w . a - Jey'snommttTOnW fc0B "'-J U-ki i-;n hir me ifoii',ww" . D0W CO""10" "J.;""' "iVh his honest tkotMrtit, - ; .A & . k a. u-13 cEnley's tnurapa- "r & opportunity. .V-; lie Ohio leader repMtey. j t and phase aad MHWlwae "il gepuDlicanisiu n. ?t;-8- "" ... V- L. t..Ua- fietoiJemociwar- .-""SSt jt will present ww J77 -r a. Mfties square-cat or. wesy; ; c " ft - - i -a Lu kj on these issues a mm vm r bare Been oTerwaoiMiwmj -, before the peopta. TniRMthe RepoUioaM'xarrwd : ik cowtry, electing tiwirPretet adimjonty or uorewj. jr. 'jfcBky stood spoJBt; bfce tenfi till which WprWMMTM policy olhis partyad. thii-WMir a jtib etectiomof IcWflseaofik pad judgment -apoa. it. Tiey aworlrine:BihtfiKoa.fc- .'-&k the House-iaio Dtmii -aBeaajomy 01 xo. itacj -. jLgjey himself atlwaw. Xter IjbJM sp a popul&r .majority afwaet feLsdeyism ot lj33Z,WU. fTse Republican co44tioft waia Est the Tote iras iaaiy.. Tbe Ijwe, they said, fead wtrexpen- ...

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 May 1896

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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. — 16 May 1896

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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 May 1896

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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 May 1896

ff E 5!?r- ( ("Our Government is based( ON THE CONSENT np THE! n "THR OlTATTTV rtt? Tnct.T. , OIR1IJ Governed." WE POSSESS IS tQUAL TO THE j Quantity of RestraintI 'A i lHUMASjr.rrr,K)U. a- WE rUT UPON THE GOVERN MENT. Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. 4 FT ru ilQmms&s&Z3kmrKr & 3EjW!SSl Vol. I. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Them is no statement made by my man, whether it be oral or written, which if uncertain or in definite he would not be willing ind anxious to make clear to the understanding of all by a subse quent explanation. Much has been uid and written in regard to the jjcent "manifesto' and very differ ent and opposite opinions have been tipressed as to its true meaning, (ren bv those who ought to know what was really intended. As there is no higher court before whom this question can be taken or iudicial construction, than the people, it follows as a matter of justice and honesty, that the pro mnlgitors of this remarkable docu ment amend their utterances so as to Ieare no ...

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 May 1896

m "X -- "5 The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WJSEKLY. W1U promulgate and at all times uphold tiw trae prtadple of Democrat, but farmers. Catholics, Protestants. Knights of Labor. In fidels, Morsaoa, RepBOlleans, Priest, or any one else can hai-a their say, ao Ions aa their Uagtxago U proper and responriWllty Is fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper whose plat form la broad enough for all, erer claiming the editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local commnnlcationa will hare attention; write onlj- on one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, &.& She Month.... l-JJJ xhree Months..... -- Advertising ratea made known on applica tion. Address all eommnnlcatlons to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOK.. Publisher and Editor. EntereoTat rostofllc aa second-claas matter. Could the attempt to rifle Quay's de3k be construed Into an effort to break Into the cabinet? A woman Is beginning to get old when she has trouble in finding a upring hat that Is becoming t...

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