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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 May 1896

GIANT AND DWABF. BOVINE EXTREMES SAS. IN KAN. nMt root Tiny Itoadatera Steer Xiao reet SI Inches Hlcn. and Haa Xat rat Thought of Stoppiag'to Grew. HE largest Bteer In the world Is owned by W. A. Conklin. of No. 5 Catharine street, this city. W;Wv!5 BayB the New Yortc & jt Journal. The ani mal was born three A!$t(' years aS.ln Wich ita, iian., wnere It Is now In pasture. The parents are part Jersey, and do not differ In any respect from ordinary cattle. Their giant offspring Is 9 feet 6 I-cbes In height, 11 feet long, and an Idea of his Immense proportions may be gained by the accompanying com parison of the steer with an ordinary cow and a man over 7 feet In height The animal weighs over 3.700 pounds, and has not yet stopped growing. Mr. Conklin came Into possession of It last winter while traveling through the west He stopped at Wichita and heard about the big steer which was then only about 7 feet high, but even that was remarkable for an animal of that specie1? He went to se...

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 May 1896

MOSES THATCHER. It was the pleasure aad fortune 1 of tbe editor of tbe Broad Ax to bare a three hours' interview with tie Hon. Moses Thatcher at his elegant home in this city this week. We found Mr. Thatcher feeling - qaite well and greatly improved in health. While oar talk was ot a private nature and not intended for publication, yet we can say this brilliant Democrat is as true as steel to the time honored principles of tree Democracy and American- km, and will stand for the interests of the West as against the money power in the East in the ensuing contest. We trust the party will honor him bv nutting him at the head of the Utah delegation to the Chicago Convention. He desires to express his gratitude for the sympathy of the ladies of this city as exhibited bv the floral decora tions of his home during his illness; also for the hundreds of kind and encouraging letters received from all classes, creeds, and parties, which were a source of much com fort to him and his family. He a...

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 May 1896

." i- : Our Government is based "The Quality of LibertyI nv the Consent of the! we possess is Equal to the Governed." sVi Quantity of Restraint Thomas Jefferson. we Put Upon the Govern ' ment. Daniel Webster. 1 Hew.to'the Line. Vol. I. A FRATERNAL DAY. Todiy is Memorial, or Decora tion Day a national, legal holiday. It has been made an occasion, in the past for the fanatical, political leader to influence the minds of- a certain class, to insure the success of the Republican party. All the bitter animosities, passions, and hatred o the civil wanrere re hearsed and exaggerated until the auditors were wrought up into a sort of sectional frenzy. But for tunately the better sense of the American people has prevailed, and the "bloody shirt" ranters are rap idly disappearing, until now all can participate in the ceremonies with out the danger of being insulted or staed by those who address the meetings. The day ought to be one wherein all the people could feel welcome at the public gather...

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 May 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will Tircmnleate and'at all times uphold th trms prtrdplM of Democracy, tint farmer Catholic, I-rotrstanis, KolsfaU of Habor, In- Well, Konno&s, UrpubHcaas, Priests, cr any se else can ban their say. so Ions a their Usgn&se Is proper and rMpemiWIIty it fixed. Tbe Broad Ax is a newspaper nhosc plat form U bnstd enough for all, erer clalailng the editorial rtaat to speak lu own mind. Local communications will bare attention; write only on nae side of tbe paper DEMOCRATIC PARTY VOICE OF OUR PRESS ON ISSUES OF THE DAY. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear , I2.0, Fix Months .. l.nti Riree Months Advertising rates made known on application. Address all commnnloatlonr to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street. Silt Lake City, Utah. JDMCS F. TATLOR..PnblIsher and Editor. Republican Hypocrisy Exposed by Sena tor Uormaa Tha Attempt to itaka Robbery Permanent "The ronsloa BUI SaV' Tbo St. LoaU Crowd. rm Jg Entered at PotoQce as second-class matte: 1 la Tiew of the number ol w...

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 May 1896

' - - - Sbtr iWAEEEMIJnSCENCE, ACY OPTWO BIQ TOES. Vermont Han . An tiTtns Anredotts S,R W. a VAN HORNE. jWvErnn.fr oo ecENES AT HATCHER'S CJREEK JND PETERSBURG RECALLED. 0iB Jl. Scare Pk Keperte of ttliriag Scenes Ecape4 With SUgbi yrtnod. But, like Other Veterans, Hmi gafltred Since A Story that Bead ioU Pff from History. jron the Albany (N. Y.) Journal joha B. Scace, the widely known tontrartor and bulldla mover of M btny, N. T., has had an unusually lri ttrtstlnr life. and when seen bjr&re porter recently at his home, Nd. 15 Bradford street, told of his many ex periences and adventures while erv Isr under the old flag; to the late air. Although havlnff endured all the Urithips and privations of life In the psls, Mr. Scace bears his mors than fctK & century of years' with an elastic itep and a keen mind, taking as active Interest in private and public affairs. Mr. Scace Is a member of Berkshire lodge. No. K.LO.O. F. .He enlisted U the army in 18S2, In Company A. yorty-nln...

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 May 1896

i law ,m. sr MBS. M. E. RANDALL. Ik above iMsittoBed lady is the sole agest for Salt Lake City for tie "EkjtkaaaB and SHrgeoa'sToQet Soap. Tbe Pkysiciaa's and Sur ges&'s Toilet Soap is prowranced by ttaaedkal profession as befog tie best toilet soap in tbe world, to wash, tbe baby, to wash the himdn and face, to dress wounds aad sores, to cleanse and heal dis eases of the scalp and son, to cleanse aad cure the sexual organs, aad the Physician's and Surgeon's Toilet Soap is also excellent for bathing and sharing purposes. The Physician's and Surgeon's Toilet Sobd is guaranteed to be made of pure vegetable oils. Mrs. Bandall is also Western agent for sereral large publishing houses, and she would be greatly pleased to have all of those who contemplate re plenishing their libraries to call at her rooms -430 Constitution build ing, and inspect the elegant line of books which she has for sale at reasonable prices. Mrs. Randall has been a faithful member of the Mormon Church for a gre...

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 June 1896

I W GovERHmT'0J .: . - - ' 5. fJIgJ" .fljrM,5 JC&fG)" jffi " "" ' '" Quauty: c LlbttJ 'S ''g':felig" .';'"''' ', hewtotheline: ' ;. . ' - "- - 1 Vol. I- M S SALT LAKE CITY, TTTAH, JUNE , 3886. ? .. '" No. 41. j a S2 DOLLAR vs. A90 0ENT ' DOLLAR. - Fok the first tiate ia tke "fc&tery ef the United State aaveiaaaibfle Tithin the last year orteer! A.t a niece of reas&er;emed w the United Statee, tic inscription, "One Dollar," -Mgoikrs iaiaoaej, for the benefit of 1 uz.npt dollar." It m seaa tie people of the West waatjb iaake fifty cents worth of sibar-ertE oae joHar, and hence tbey aad Aeax jollir are bothtlisaoaeet. - Sapoee tk government, actfef tiuroagk ca price, or under the daw of exer cjang its police power, slwofillMke it unlawful to sell c five away aay poi and all persoaa aad taasaor tjgoQ companies were f ors&aem to aVf or dispose of amy aaiae; or, tae .pjofecttherefroato ay otheraer mb, Trkt would fee tae elect a tie pries of hogs aad other Treats? Uaioabted...

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 June 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. — 6 June 1896

JUi - ; '7 'i i?J - R -i3!I- . -.CT-" - ?f ' - - ,.-' .1 '.--.. lr r. s v-w- " "-r. Z&Z5B - mt wmTTin mi ---:- .--..-r. - - "r --. r ? -- --ssstts unrtftfTTMi fnXJJ -" - -- .n -z 3-., - - f ' "r , t - " f- -. & . bdiif iTi I '- KUnnK - -Br , .-- r fausTRiAt rowLcs - - Xw , rcJ' - "i J lS-i TorpeOB ii" mu-. Woold Prore oewtT. v.-----. ir-r- , . ? - BrUS-' .ITsUdsc :-vr f t -!?i 1j.Tm. J- ! or UM- k Ites wofWMTwlii -Jk H V.U' Mjieern is a BpWiut, -f Unas Deen iesujn, itow.'w - .Sl krenUon consist wl, -?-L Pi. JiJ , IWI i K tb!n-?hapeditaa4thW: tieet alnmmmn, 10 nhm ijwijiu . . . y B attached to the recggtatW, A, WU W --, ;; ifll be ol EUfficlea't siM tetijMinwo K date a crew 01 nve wtbx. ab wmk aotor will operate the wiaB aaCtee Kr . Atanfcm v. m.. .-if trill ha In tkA SlMtJaf S. dip's hull, and la case rtfea, aemT- efflitnvance cqujs, v "T claims the crew caa-drefTi thewrteee of the sea and leceeBe narlgatara ef v. (. InotoaiT' of tlui sir. Xightlr closed traHoers, ' waleh, 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. — 6 June 1896

-" -i 3 iT fc- J-j, v ggagaBaMaaaaaawasaaaaaiBaBsi- - ! W - -am," '- .asaaMaaMMMaa- . .' ' - - - V- tj - . W -,. k" ?c c. dw. f- , , w. r-n- ' . TnlsutmVfl the . tf w pa 'week. Hr.ftk .wry editor and ntten. BtrrM-Imrt t Iaie, Cnferafto, b'lKiwfOMit of tie mnU-Drnterml atamt twe years IMPMdfceJMBBOfrM yet awgngei fat josmtntm. 'He lee jwt re tnml free anexieanW tonr o the State, mi he intends te rn tiisiaknneihneeiirul eitTrEoforsTeral weeks ykv afas; with oW-tke Wen an amnihhiii Jen Shea, 1h, the ysfniar pfofrirtor Ac Topic, TlTW.. Second Sontk street. Mr. Shea resuktt inieea'Tiile for ret nnnther jot years before iir to tik citr. Mr. Shea nsnlkr JSmm -rare always , esVesaal friesaa, Twt politically sjj'ware always sitter enenuea. nfr.-9fcea Wag a TeeVhot Deeao- Kr. Daria hatng a red-hot the reavk war that titaseiwe ttetagaiahasl gentknnen vbM always leek: fcwumu eecn otWwhsfc nepTdin aArncating in naaaaanani uncones oc uhx Mr, Dans, the Bread Ax joins iav axtomdiwg to yon the right...

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. — 13 June 1896

.. - XI . life 3&M&stt'p'L- - "5$3R?v- A M3t"J$- :-C V. " v- 'L-i: vVv;; ; -cr-CK- K ."?".- -T The Quality of Lrjxxry we rossm is Equal to thi QuANTmr xf REsraAnrr' ft'' - wx Put Upon the GovERx-J MENT. Daniel Wrasrra.1 s jnef- -. -. A. t ' 5,f. ? ' H6-, - Hew to the Line. - Jasyjy . V Xr -5 - . -c- THE CONVENTION. Tbk first Democratic aTemtioa held since TJtak feecaaa a Sfse, convened in tHs dtylast Saiiay. In every sense it ttm a 'pilinpt. jaccess", both as to its aai its-trork. Every por& .oMke Sttte vas veil regrsasmied fey as intelligent and mtHSwaticolaB o sen and women as swr graced a political gathering ia ITtak. Har aony and confidence pervaded the entire body and eack aaeaber Treat my trith a feeling iaafc Iris Desso ratic strength had heea leaewol. The speeches "were patriotic, elo quent and directed to the great Junes that are HBfenaost ia the ainds of the people of the West. js to the work of the coaveatiox, it tras well dose. The -delegates selected to repr...

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. — 13 June 1896

-- &: m The PUBUSHSD JMtlaVsVMT. . tti DMOCRA.Ttt x w aaaaeaaaV- JaWsVOTaaab -MPIOTB& 1IP 1, J W i. . ,-. - '-.! JMS.'Wrjr, mjtmmum: tlSJ MHC ISjajpill JSIIJ USES. :JUJ :( IT Mn4Mt i J aces! imiijgjt fcrjJiw ?Kj :ntv ,., -Voriaf or otwwrn ON .a' -OR'TWOAY? ,'Aftir- Ms Tin .-,:??- 'i- ,. -aa 4VTMm ,..?". .- 'WJMCMPTIpif: iaisafcfc..-......""-.v""''' raie mi ft yw fpn; r TMT'Vi Street. fttLib City, Cub. at Petece arM-ctett. j -4 t eerge GeaH weald better took tter at ttttte brother Howard ejr the yeaag taaeaet will be gettleg awrried before r w . V L: ,M -" T . tk aeieaUic exeaaage aay that wish, Wee eyea fa always w ee "! It ia dilereat with tie aredneee. "' Oaantorea'ltae.wbereeeatiy Wiled iWaaToa 8raederlasdael,eeBta feral wreath t deeerate.the bier ef ata aaJertaaate aatagenlet. OManae naval or aarlae aeddeata art abeat the ealy thlaga to asedera that are eaite as diaaetroae a eewery ezplodeaa, TheTarka sees to have killed every body a Aratemk, and are hw begln aiag em Cre...

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. — 13 June 1896

--1 giUIiTlFUL V t J . WjiS-':- mWTlMMH. TrMMMk. l RECEDENTEP -U CROPS OF-J.-- 3: . I 1 llhr. Poor . HKf. Ctoi-ttwl-1a.a-d the mm MM aastitij aae.-et afrt gat w bafare m ntasM ta -;t. wiM awt k .swaa-a tt TnaWast C the SMto AMaas rpMe S ?&&R: I tatt tm: StfW, I Pllgarlic .Ta jte from "" "T a.9 ifcn Leaartoto' aaa aMuur mt . few- "TjAplcaHa Intmti " . ttoJwrg-wa zrm sm wartoc; a oaaa araatoc toward thaaad at r.-fL . -. . -- - : gppsii a a t t TAIIf attr w wl, r-c ' t-l-w- . .-.- J3S 5?? l . -- .- -v-miBBBBBBBB. , - - r v. .. w - tu i --,' " . -B-a-a-ra. aaaaar b-- a.' - aasraa-L..-. r-aai -aa m a-ar-a-a-ai -ar - . - . TV BBtW ."J -T-- -. .... ad ..' ' - "k.- - Wraj-J. OBarw-. & -, - mt l -Pii-. -- ?"tr-r1 deir-as'tosr-'also retfto-askat 2 WtuathT2Srui?wJ2!2"' c to . -r&O .?y? are Mirk'bMr h. . wvl . ?steaaMrUa stwm ate Mht . .- StaB.-T fcM i - u.-rTT'rT --r , -r 7iiwirtlNritoer.tktrBtMkd - v. -r--a th .avow, & . t x -i -. - - i, . "" mtwv a wh mnir. --- -r.'- .nK ...

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. — 13 June 1896

F"i L . - f c J - - r . Ti-r- . s. o . etvaper, aa emataf am w fl kaomtrio grwr . jra Mnr xotlJBt JACOBS . r:X JLV-P-C fH- - WHrfrfSgd 1 IfllglT 1 I in sa iifi rtMli Wfll TMkgT -"V- -il- "'-- -"----.. "V ' , "slla.'sis IsHHHsasillim sB sW gwMa m , .. . - v- iu g-T - , -vv-" 47 . mM BlBiPfl I HowwilL: iohl.taadardk the fcetasiaas tW Atl- tk;nraoadrstem par- r, nana pWHtoBW SMK mr bar ' f ;:of oaqv " Wfcr-win MiKiiOMw . afeaaafeetand artkfes Bearer? 3e mme,McE&j groposos a tana5 imtaaaatry Jmchto axetaoe jorsgR tind food or f irkliest ikr ec- OtMt. . Dom ot M(k3ej propose to .pwtoet ik afrieiitogrikt? Nstat ;JL- He konotei to a rotectk : ...r ".- . A w. - Ite Afrwotturabrt ot the United m, Nt w faror f protectwa the jricHmrriit e Raeeia, Cte, Japut wd Soatk r -!W7 dcM McKkkj Retire to MHpt tbc afzimkualHt the wcunt oanntnt awed? fives tfcem. a protecttOB thk eeuirr' of at kaet 100 - araRt " !) Tott BMaa to sajtaMHcSia- . tef; matt .exekuive priTSeres. for Ifcf BMMta&cteren e 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. — 20 June 1896

T"ST &.. .1 Lqur Government-is 3asbd The Qualtty of LibertyI on the Consent of the Governed." , we possess is Equal to the ; QuANTnY of Restraint a;'- we Put Upon the Govern Thomas Jefferson. ment." Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 20, 1896. No. 43. 'f vmmassassMSi JJU tgjrogj) "SPEEDY JUSTICE." On ust Saturday the Herald o this city published an editorial un der the caption of "Speedy Justice," in which an allusion was made to a depraved woman of London, who wU arrested for murdering infants on March 9, indicted May 21, and junged June 10. The Herald jaji, "That was speedy justice, as justice should be." The Herald then goes on to criticise the en forcement of the criminal laws in the United States, and favors the adoption of the "speedy justice" of Rutland. Its readers are then treated to an illustration by way of local reference in the following lan puge: "In the State prison there are at thiitime two condemned murder n. One has been there a...

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. — 20 June 1896

r K 5 tf -" rJL ?? b, The Broad Ax. FDBLXSHSD WEEKLY. WW -prewiiffta aad at aM tteea eptold th inrt erwdpfes of DesMcraey, bat firmer Oathoace, iTBteataets, K&lgbts of Labor, In Me), Xerawae, KtpabUcaB, Prleata, or any Me ebe esa have their hj, m loss ttfelr I tiff mi la proper aad mpoasLiHtt?r ia fixed. The Broad Aikt .ewser nboae plat farm U breed trt till, erer clalaUac be editorial rtat t $ak to own mind. Xcal cBtt&atIaus will bare attention; wztte i nse aide of the piper. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. voice op our press on the Issues of to-day. Tha FaoeU of Thl Coontry Bat Al wajra KaaeaUd taa Iatrodeta tf RKk TarlS Briar Ott JTcKtalay Sad KcKtaleyltm tor Slang-titan. Hfftta SUBSCRIPTION: Mi Ho&tha... inn! JThree Monttn. .................. ....... .iO AarertuiBg rates made kaown on applies Ad&rcaa all coaKuurfcirfca to , THS tAD AX, i- 710 Main Street, T Silt Late City, Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOR..PublUher and Editor. efetered at FoatoOce as secMd-ciiM taatta Prof. Laagtey r Wa...

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. — 20 June 1896

IHJ r-3 ggr r vc O' ' Wi HI I I MIH'HI I WWIHIH1IIIWIII1WM I !! IWI & YOUNG AT MFPT, J ; ilnW A METHODIST MINISTER H CARRIES HIS YEARS. i I yjon the Time. Oswero, N. T. Probably no man Is better known or more hli-hly respected In Oswego, N. T., Sm SVEev. William Tom. -of the Methodist church. Mr. Toons holds a responsible .position with the Oswego City Savlnffs Bank, where he has been in employe for the past twenty years. In the spring of 18?4 Mr. Young looked as If his time on earth was lim ited but. Instead of falling as was pre dlcttd, he soon gained a mora healthy look and appeared stronger. As the raonths went by this improvement con tinued, until now he is as rugged and apparently as healthy as & young man ef thirty, although his gray lodes de cote a more advanced age. A Times reporter, determined to find out what tid made this great change, called upon Mr. Toung at the bank and put the question direct and received the following reply: In truth I am a changed man, and ...

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. — 20 June 1896

:fv-.r- f. - CV-. ..-- ' -. -" s H- -- ; r-. T .f MOB UW IN THE SOUTH- Tax Northers, people have been iaaffat for thirty years, through tie press &d pablic speakers, that there wu bo regard ia the Soatn foe ike righto and lives of the se "groes; that oa the most trivial ex cmees they were lynched, and that the officers of the lair tacitly en- doraed sob law whsa invoked against & colored man. One reason why there has been sore lynchings of colored men in the South is, that there are so many more of the colored people in the South than in the North. But after all the ex aggerations of this terrible wrong, the people of the South are as much opposed to such outrages as are the cold-blooded New'England ers. In fact the governors and legislatures of the Northern and Eastern States would do well to take pattern after the Southern States in striving to put an end to this horrible practice. The legis lature of South Carolina have en acted a law making the county drily liable to the...

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. — 27 June 1896

'A rx.i ---- -SSA 4 Our Government is based The Quality of Liberty, oN the Consent of the we fossess is Equal to the , Governed." 6t Quantity of Restraint! we Put Upon the Govern-j &" Thomas Jefferson. MENT. Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. . "G'S) JP( &gc)" JRfenssrM .7S " Vol. I. TOTHE BREACH. ONCE MORE MY FRIENDS. On June 16th. President Cleve tad in his omnipotent wisdom, uat to the pnblic through the pedium of a mugwump newspaper, of New York, his manifesto of dis approval of the "free coinage of iflrer." Grover Cleveland stands today as the personification of the gold deity of the East. He poses, in Us letter, as an unselfish Demo crat with no desire or ambition to jnlfill, save and except to preserve tie "rich traditions" of Democ racy. How the man can assume such a position, and defend it upon the ground of Democratic tradi tion is one of the mysteries of mazrnimp politics. In the face of tie utterances of the fathers of Democracy, for over half a cen taT,and the pla...

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. — 27 June 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Will proEsslsate and at all time uphold th tn principles erf Democracy, but firmer. Catholic, Protestants, KnljhU of Labor. In adel. Mormon, EepaBUeaas, Priest, or any one else can have their say, so Ions as their laasnage U proper asd responCMllty Is fixed. The Broad As la a newspaper whose plat form is broad enough for all, erer claiming the editorial rlaht to speak Its own mind. Local communications will hare attention; write only on one side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Year fitw 81x Months 1.0U rhree Months 59 Advertising rates made known on application. DEMOCRATIC PAETY. VOICE OF OUR PRESS IN DE FENSE OF OUR PRINCIPLES. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOH..PnblUber and Editor. Entered at PostotBce as second-class matte: A Chicago elevator -with five passen gers fell four stories. As the passen gers were all politicians no one wa? hurt. Th Candidacy of McKlnley on High Tariff and a...

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