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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 June 1896

,3- t liRsoFJUPrrER r WONDERS OF LIFE ON S06., nsEAT PLANET. ins -- FMt Tmll and HUTJ la Pro.tt r. Sei-rlss. the Famicn usr'--the sVaeatlfls I HOEVER lifts Tip bis eyes to the starry heavens these evenings must be "struck by the appearance of the great planet Jupiter, outshining all the fixed stars, and glowing with a rich, yellow light, high in the southwest, tjje twin stars Castor and Pollux, ..-iiAIn f2nmtTll Wannv tha "Trto has a telescope with which to Af tie giant !" "- -- . -co hPILS Ol iieiAi iuo; ouu clouds, and its broad polar re- & ?T shading to the color of blued vdvX earin up uicic w mo jjiocb oi .t ii i i later and tne nanea ej e woum wiin fLitr be able to see it Jupiter is .,uines larger than the earth in bulk fTolnme, and its surface area exceeds .nf tie earth about 120 times. Itirould seem as if the ancients must wiiad some inkling of the fact that jiit planet is the largest of all the mlis that revolve arouna tne sun rm tier bestowed upon it the name dt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 June 1896

THE LAWS OF UTAH. s Tgx session laws of the State of Utah are now oat, in a neat volume, boaBd in law-sheep. They comprise all the laws enacted by the first Legislature of the State of Utah at its regular and special session, together with the enabling act and State Constitution. The volume is well indexed, and the whole work is well done. To all those who desire to know what the law of the new State is, this lawbook is a necessity. It is published by the Deseret News Publishing Co., and can be obtained at that office for the uniform price of $4.00 per volume. BOSH! S. R. TnuRitAN is the only man who can be called a Mormon on , the Chicago delegation. Moses Thatcher's alternate ought to have been a member of the church. Utah Enquirer Rep.'. And Frank J. Cannon is the only man who could be called a Mormon on the St Louis delegation. What of it? Does our cotemporary want politics run on a church ratio? Is the Enquirer a political journal, or a church organ? What difference does it mak...

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

r?.,2S5bfT 'ra 'Our Government is based 0n the Consent of THE'f 'The Quality ok Liberty we possess is Equal to the Quantity of Restraint Governed. 6jfc Thomas Jefferson. ft't)' we Put Upon the Government. Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. VSJW-- 4fi? -5 i v - 'same tJ 'is W3) Aiir iwim Vol. I. IT LOOKS SUSPICIOUS. To any careful and honest obaerrer of the participants in the great political contest into which this country is about to enter, it must appear anomalous, and inconsistent to hear the supporters of the single gold standard insist that the free coinage of silver will bring disaster and ruin to the whole country, especially to the wage worker, the farmer and the debtor class. When we remember that the strongest opponents of "free silver" are in New York, Boston and other large Eastern money centers, and ire composed of men who loan mouey on securities, invest in toads, and own and control the gold of the country, it seems a little strange that they should be the first to depl...

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

!' msPwmSSmSBSu ffinBmdBBSNM WfW233u wMW&k WMsMSfmBsSrv frz&RS WifWmSSmm "flfPMT Itmm WIS lliiif MiM pfl iii lit mmmw, A Ws$Mu There has bea tit usual reception, th usual display of gorgeous presents, a line band has been playing, professional dancers have done their part; now they are ready for Mln Toko and his performances. The whole lawn is flooded with electric light, and. in mighty tents, all decorated with roses, they are setting forth a feast. The bride and bridegroom 'sit npon a sort of throne that seems made of orange blossoms. Tiers of seats, occupied by people in eTening dress, surround the lawn, leaving an vchway through which the performers enter. It Is opposite the bridal-throne; and, as Mln Toko passes through, bowing and smiling, his eyes meet, those of the bride, and he seems to give her special greeting. Standing in the midst of tne circie. he begins to gather, from heaven knows where, white roses, of which he makes a mighty ball, how, no on...

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

r II' pJHtfCAl GOSSIP. I .SENT NOTH& wwmIS.T OF THE STAGE. r ru v " - z . rjT r3rn n& Irian"" A"tn"u' . , nd rronn--MONG the zlngers era 'who have charmed American audiences, none has been more cordially received and welcomed than Mrs. Marie Van der Veer Green, of London. This reception and welcome were not only due to Mrs. . k and hPAutlfullv trained jlto voice, but to her remarkable IvctT. cultivation ana cnann 01 muiIwtsided in London since her marI" "1 .t t nA Vint liiiatianf? ni-o K)ta feue " "- - " - -nrsns. -1- u'u ; e old family of Van der Veer and lorn in Brooklyn. Her voice as a ..-i irnrp irrpaL uruuiibe. uuu 'Z.ltT marriage, when her husband e the Indon manager of a large irican exporting firm, she went to ppsand studied under Marchesl. Her American birth and associations jait her at home in this country at -.man her first appearance In conart here last November. After spendtr several weeKs in xew iorK, wnere te xolce aid beauty made her proml--.t...

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

"mlTm1 yerinMMftAa J f Meier Ml BANK OF SALT LAKE. In reading over the list of depositors or the bore mentioned bank, which closed its doors on the 23rd of the past month, we were wmpvlitt surmised to see that quite a number of our race were included in the same, and that they had their hard earned savings in that rotten institution. We have no desire, nor any inclination whatever, to speak of President James H. Bacon in a derogatory manner, neither have we any desire to do Mr. Bacon a wrong or an injustice, nnr UT1V one CISC. AUfc n& uo.w been informed that Banker Bacon hates the negro race with all the intensity of his being, and that he would rather associate with the very devil himself and all of his angels rather than to allow one member of our race to touch the hem of his garments. It is said that he, as president of the Sanitarium, issued strict orders to the effect that under no circumstances would he allow or permit colored people to bathe or to become frequente...

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

-, a . - ."tip- ' rfffagxts i 'Our Government is based on the Consent of the The Quality of LibextV we possess is Equal to thf Governed.' Quantity of Restraint -&:. ' Thomas Jefferson. we njT Upon the Govern ment. Daniel Webster Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 11, 1896. No. 46. " . - --. a r " " t -i ... fe -KaSSgc) J CC)W 'iRX !a iiim y Ik J) 'J U iM5lf UxirPJn;'Myy V lsif:x::!?!sifi!jii OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. ar "Wf THE GREAT CONVENTION. Nevkb in the history of the nation has there heen such an important and momentous gathering of political giants as were gathered together in the city of Chicago this veet The Democratic National Convention of 1896 has no prototype in the world of political contests. Even the Charleston convention of 1860 and the Republican convention of 1880, fade into insignificance when compared with this hattle for a principle. The others wer...

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

- vr '; -$. The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Win jtrosHuIcata aad at. all timet Behold the tree pticciples of Democracy, bat ftraoi CathoBcs, Protestants, Knights of Labor. InUett, Morses. KepvtbUaaa, Priests, or m .ewe else can bar their say. to long as their taagBage U proper sad responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax U a newspaper whose plat, fern li broad enough for all. erer clslmlng the editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local communications will bare atteatloB; write only on one aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear $2.00 9Kx 3aontlts AaTertlslng rate made known on application. DEMOCRATIC PAETY. THE PRINCIPLES OF JEFFERSON AND JACKSON STILL LIVE. Tie Comlag National CooreaUoa WIH Baadopt tbe rrtnelpt of Ik Fathers ef tee Party -Tna Mora Kooashlne. wee uai dljferthe 9aa aeaSBesy, Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULICS F. TATLOB.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Portofflee as second-class matte: The Kansas baseball nine th...

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

gftnflEN'S COSNEB. rrEBESTlNG READINaFORTHK IW , BoYS AND CURLS. e.l.ii1 3M . Tit Kt.tS "" ,eriin-0rl'ta of TeesossO A. n ii io-r-HOU rt tastlms,. too fart, -drf. "Wasa warns sly Tsarninss aaaH treks; 1T tie tillsmsi, asps, Ttniw eUtataHt, And saisM Um tram tsars asd asart smM Thoosh thy dreams to t-s last entirely fulfilled, And thy burgeoning- fnlta-saas as never onca chilled Still, turn from the path MA ta rislets purl, And think of me once la a -wans, Wttle girt. Womanhood's coming apace, UtUs , ynth promise of visions ao swett; And ioTe that Is tender will seek tay embrace, And ba glances thy pure mm wfll greet One lonely old boson win cftimtimfSi ache, Tet Til show thee but smiles sar thy dear little sake; Still, turn from thy dreams la taa4afnl whirl, ft think of me once In a wb.Ha, little girl! lorn Fror ftnd Temd JosmS, Most persons when they hear a naterallst tell about peculiar dolnsjs by birds, animals, or reptiles, grin asd uk about big fish. One tale, which ho one but ...

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

.y-v s PROTECTION 4k PROSPERITY, Tbe Sstubucik speUbisier will soon eegm to prosuse tbe wormagmm. a re-esactraeBt of tbe SfcKinhj bill sad the 'prosperity" ke eajoyed sader it. Hie report of tbe CoamWoaer of Labor on strikes aad lockouts show the followTBg for tbe two years before and two years after that law's enactaseat. SXKTXES A5D LOCKOUTS. During HdClnlty BttL KqloL Year. Strikes. Strikers. IS!.... 8.114 398,990 1892.... tMO 39S.CT1 Bstort HeKlaley BllL so. or Tht. Strike. Striken. ,. sac in,TOi . ayroo aww Totals.. T.399 a97OT0tllj.. 11.SS4 80S,li Tbe loss of waires to strikers dariag the two years before the bill went into effect was $16,787,435; for the two years after, f 515,574,127. This is the kind of 'prosperity the McKinley bill gare the workman. N. Y. World. Add to the above figures the amount of loss, and shrinkage of valaes, which came to the working men under the established gold atandard.which the McKinley party promise to perpetuate, and the workman in this countr...

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

HSiw s Our Government is based The Qualttv of Liberty' on the Consent of the! we possess is Equal to the Quantity of Restraint Governed." v Thomas Jefferson. Awe Put Upon the Govern- 1 MENT." Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. ivilil--W. '' lh : JfelSSJkwW Vol. I. OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. YOUNG MEN TO THE RESCUE. We commenkd the following editorial from the Salt Lake Tribune, of July 13th, as being the most apt and unanswerable argument in favor of the young "Westem champion, that we hare yet seen. The application to Bryan is superb, especially that part referring to the dodging of the javelin of Saul. Cleveland, Carlisle and Hill, with their jealous javelins, will fail to harm this gallant young Lochinvar, who has come out from the West to lead the hosts of the people on to victory and bring dismay to the camp of the Philistine goldhugs: "8NEEBS THAT DO NOT COUNT. "The Eastern press are just now ex...

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

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WI1J promulgate and at all time npholj th tre pidx4es pf Democracy, pat farmer fcethoties, Protestants. Knlcht of La'lior. Inl.'Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or anj a else can bay their say, .so Ions as their Tsagnase Is proper and rwpomiMHtx Is fixed. ii The) Broad 'Ar' Is a newspaper cbose plat form Is broad enonjn for all. erer claiming "ihe editorial right to speak its own mind. H Dbeal eoBasscnleatioas Vlll hare attention; wrlte only on one side of the paper ""' SUBSCRIPTION: "DEGEADED"' MONEY. THE MOCKING CRY OF THE BENEDICT ARNOLDS. Aftaa Despoiling th Amrriraa Dollar of IU nonor Tory Call ft a Dlirapatable and a IHthoaast Fleca of One Tear J2.i Six Months l.mi rhree Months 50 Advertising rates made known on aiiptlra Uon. Aiklress.aU communication? to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street. r Bait Lake City. L'tah. r h. MJLICS F. TAYLOR.. Puttaiier andE.l f ,Ji. 4- " 1 Entered at PoftflBrass"aeaJJMi nuttc -flV '-' II Editor National BImetalllst: The ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 5VTII promulgate and at all time uphold tb tra frfcciples of Deajocracy, bnt farmer fcttaollcs, Protestants, "Knights -of Ijibor. in5ft4el.Monnona, Bpobllcanj, Priests, or anj ae ejse .can bav their say, bo Ions as their 'tagnaje Is proper and reipontlMllty h fiioL t TM Broad 'Ax1 is a newtpsper nbow plat form Is broad enough, for all, erer claiming the editorial right to speak its own mfad. v Ifeeal commanleatlons Srill have attention; Write only on one side of the paper DEGRADED"' MONEY. I wh,ch ,you r pa,,i and ta juuiki.cb iue laax oi aauoi; nominal amount of your THE MOCKING CRY OF THE BENEDICT ARNOLDS. SUBSCRIPTION: Oa Tear fit. x Months I.rti Ibree Months no Advertising rates made known on applies- uoo. ASt Despoiling th American Dollar of Its Honor Thry Call It a DU- rapetabla nod at Ilhost Ploo of JCoaej Ti eason. f Adflre. all commnnlcaticnr to THE BROAD AX. 10 Main Street. -Salt Lake CUT. Eab- uu LIDS F TAYLOR... IV & LOR.rnyiie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1896

postmasters wife 0 ' a LEEDS WOMAN WHO ASTONISHED HER FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. Kesr t Death but Rcitored So Completa? ytjt She Hai Bee Accepted By a rj Insurance Company aa a Good Ktek. from the Journal. Lewlston, Me. X bright HtIe woman, rosy and fresh from her household duties, dropped Into i chair before the writer and talked th enthusiasm shining In her snap pin, black eyes. The people in the pretty village of Ieds Centre. Me., have watched with gomt interest tho restoration to complete health of Mrs. W. U. Francis, wife of the postmaster. So general ware tha comments on this Interesting case that the writer who visited Mrs. Francis and learned from her that the statements regarding her troubles and her subsecuent extrication therefrom are entirely -true. Ail of her neighbors know what has been the agency that has performed tkls cure, but that others may be benefited by her experience, Mrs. Francis ku consented to allow her story to appear In print. -If there Is anything on earth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1896

APOSTMASTER?S WIFE . LEEDS WOMAN WHO ASTONISHED HER FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. t Death but Bojtored 80 Complaiats ftist She Has Tleea Accepts! By lif iBjomnce Company Good Btek. From the Journal, LewMon, Me. JL bright lll'le woman, rosy and fresh f-na her household duties, dropped Into chair before the writer and talked vlth enthusiasm shining In her snap piny, black eyes. The people In the pretty village of Leeds Centre. Me., have watched with jome interest the restoration to complete health of Mrs. W. I, Francis, wife of the postmaster. So general wre tho comments on this Interesting case that the writer who visited Mrs. Francis and 4earned from her that the statements retarding her troubles and her subsequent extrication therefrom are entirely m All 01 ner uci&uuura uiuw wuai has been Uie agency inai nas penormeo 55. cure, but that others may be bene- .. A - . flted by her experience. Mrs. Francis kas consented 10 aiiow ner siory 10 appear ln print "If there Is anything o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1896

m&asvZS ? W fiJJMWo'k r; r s ' W. J. BRYAN. "William Jkvxinos Bbtan, of Lincoln, Neb., was born in Salem, Marion county, ILL, March 19, 1860. He was educated at Jacksonville, ILL, graduating in 1881. Attended law school in Chicago two years, and read, law with Lyman TrumbolL Located at Lincoln, Neb., 1887, where he has since been a member of the law firm of Talbot & Bryan. Was elected to Congress twice, serving in the Fifty-second and Fifty-third Congresses, as a Democrat. Mr. Bryan was raised a Presbyterian of the old school, to which sect he still has an attachment. He is above the average man in height and weight; he has dark brown hair, and full gray eyes. He is a typical specimen of American manhood in a physical, mental and moral sense. He is an inspiring speaker, a careful student, and an honest man. He was nominated for the high office of President of the United States in the Democratic convention on July 10, and will be elected by the American people...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1896

r3p-v A 0ur Government is based on the Consent of the Governed, Thomas Jefferson. Kv 'CX O J V J U &? "The Quality of Liberty) fl IDl fc Sfe V. ,' - . tV C we possess is Equal to thxI mi J r-.(.-K ? J) IffKv lmtlA. . "V" "" -. .iMv 1 QuANTmr of Restraint! ' In J tfcTx f-llsflN s"n. --"'-''"---J'w' g 4 - , Vi Aij I ve Put Upon THP.nnvTPw.i SI Lysfes ,7 W.JJJ II lvHSviPiiS lf7Sp3tra 'Viy Vv I Daniel Webster.) 33 Hew to the Line. g SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 25, 1896. No 43. H Vol. I. OUR TICKET I?OR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. ' For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. OLD FOLKS' DAY. C. R. Savage, Esq., in 1874, twentr-two years ago, conceived the idea of giving the Old Folks of Utah (Utah the imperial and the matchless new State o the intermonntain region), a grand, free excursion annually, and during all of the intervening years, the old folks of Utah have continued to look forward to the days on which these annnal outings would occurwithagre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1896

"!! -T, The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WB1 promulgate tad at all times uphold tb tnw prlrdples of Democracy, but fanners OstiwHcs, Protectants, Knights of Labor, InMela, Mormons, Bepubllcans. Priests, or any om else can bar their say, so Ions as tbelr Uacuage U proper and responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper wbose plat term Is bread enough for all, erer clanlng tie editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local communications will hare "attention write only on one side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: Ose Tear J2.(n Hz Months l.tn rtree Months M .Advertising rates made known on application. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, HO Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JPUTO F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Postodce as second-class matte: Albert E- Guelpb, whose horse won tie English Derby, Is said to be a frlead of William Waldorf Astor. The Mohammedan faith -was built up fey the sword, and It naturally turns the sword toward defenseless Christians. Miss Maud ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1896

Hindi md RiieuRitlsn. tjj', journal. Wllmlngtos. Oat. ??. Atr slaca & represenUttv of MmJurov out to Melvln to M iorJnimlth. In the oonrs eC STfe5-SlS: A. detailed tba ?..- euro: "5r..t July." sald she "nx undo Jre in iny work about the farm, PEcted malarial fever and rbtu1 tfSu& suffered from tht Illness oftST i could not throw It o, and 'JfvoSlh constantly attended by local i!dani. conUnued to grow worse. rSntember I caught a severe cold. JSfhles. and taking to my bed there 1V lUi waa i . frrflVJ EJ wwk. prior to last Christmas I I JrtToerfectly helpless, my limbs below Sups being as If paralyied. and I Mr no use of them whatever. I I a!d not help myself In any way. and , 2.. r,nt able to even turn over In ted . ;. my husband or some one- else ' STand turned me. Medicines which -f.... la fill lf Au4 a... enthu.C I could take afforded any reSjf. i was discouraged and feared l.t never again would I be np and rSont the bouse. It was anything but t brlf ht pros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1896

ats&Mmxs rwoHvan .aM A BUSY MAN AT REST. Aiw H. Cannon died at his hose in Salt Lake City, Sunday Boraiag, July 19th, 1896, surnranded by his family and friends. Mr. Cannon was stricken down in the prime and vigor of his man hood, and has passed into that "Rediscovered country," with many of his undertakings uncompleted He was a man of unusual activity aad energy, being prominently con Bected with railroad, commercial and church enterprises, and at the same time, all the social and charitable work of a kind-hearted man was faithfully performed. Mr. Cannon will be missed in this State. Such men are needed in all communities, and especially was his services needed in Utah at this time. In our short acquaintance with him, we found him to be a true friend, kind and generous, noble and honest. His work is unfinished, like the broken column; yet, his example and memory will still live in the hearts of his fellow-men, like works of fire engraven on the gran ite rock. A busy lif...

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