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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 1 August 1896

v& . 5gP5S : f ' A - r Lqur Government is based i"lTw- a - T ntinnit we possess is Equal to the 1 oN the Consent of they - R Quantity of Restraint we Put Upon the Govern- GpVERNEU. fc-v ' &i Thomas Jefferson. f 4 ment. i Daniel Webster Hew to the Line. Vol I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 1, 1896. No. 49. r, f k -at ,av A. W --yCg) Jp- SSSB" ! k ErssrrM. OUR TICKET FOie 1896. f For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. ABUSE IS NOT ARGUMENT. It has always been a natural re sult of an argumentative discus sion, that the person worsted in the debate to try to even the matter up bT resorting to personal abuse or tirttts o violence. It is the ty rant's last argument. Just now tlu style of the defense of. a bad ause is noticeable in the Eastern in the discussion of the press, money question. The single gold standard advocates have abandoned the field of logic in defending their cause, and are now taking up the weapons of sarcasm, ab...

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. — 1 August 1896

wm L V The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WBI prsamlffaia sad at all time uphold the tra prisdple of Democracy, bat firmer OatbeScs, FrotccUBts, Knljhts of Labor. In 1M, HsnuBt, BepufcUeans, Priest, or any am ele caa bars their say, so long a their taaBsf la proper and responalMUty It fixed. Tfee Broad Ax la a newspaper wios plat ters la broad eaonjh for all. erer damning tit editorial "rirat to apeak Its own mind. Local communication will bTe attention; write onlf on nne aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: Oso A C4x Six JtCOtltXlS raree Months f2.0U LOU .90 Advertlstnc rates made known on applica tion. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JPUUB F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. BBtered at Portodee as second-class tuattei "Wast "will prevent -women from Bearing kerosene on fires?' the New London Telegraph. Well, assallr does-It death Jacob Oppenhelmer of Brooklyn, N. Y., is suing for a divorce because his wife joined a woman's lodge and stayed o...

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. — 1 August 1896

N ISSan with THE LOCK j ur " i Mnrions evening ia u asiirari vno " . i T fnrnrl TDVIclf l 0f AUgUBl s w rf f" . .v. wivy one of those mae- ?Z,t places that make the passage uK"111 hAtwPon tlw two of the' iHlCU.v ........ -.. ,-t cities w " T behind me many memories and Midships With feelings somewhat asset tm I was alone In the midst d!P, crowd, I Placed myself where at 1 dance I could enjoy the wonder- Dt: oow1 Yiv thA most hoan. . .. ATTPr -M umiim- HlLl d views pin ," river In the -world. The passen. ttfnl n-ere numerous, and some seemed jerJ If they might agreeaWe corn .,. Rut plunged as I was In Varies of the past, no one especially Unscted my attention until a few .tens from me I noticed a traveler V. ipaninj; on the rail, was gazing JSir at some distant object on the SSnear the Grand Trunk station (' t Point Levis- His attention seemed JLtamase as it receded from his rlew. ha finallv drew nis neia-giass irom SI Docket and held it a long time medin that direction. When it was ...

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. — 1 August 1896

UTAH STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND. la September next there will be opeSved in Ogdes, in connection witk the State School for the Deaf aad Daab, the State School for tke Blind; The school will be Jree to all children whose sight is too defec tive to' allow of successful work in the public schools. That the man agement of the school may know at an earl date how many children of thk class are likely to attend, it is important that all parents or guar dians of such children communi cate at once with the Superinten dent who will fnrnish application, blanks, and any other information needed. Persons knowing of blind (or deaf naule) children will confer a great favor by sending their ad dresses to Frank W. Melcalf, Superintendent, Salt Lake City, Utah. The State School for the Blind and the State School for the Deaf and Dumb hare been amply provid ed for. The General Government gave each of them 100,000 acres of land. This land, when sold, will provide for them a permanent en dowment. The St...

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. — 8 August 1896

r-r - -r--'' ' Our Government is based The Quality of LibertyI , oN the Consent of the we possess is Equal to the Quantity of Restraint ' Governed. Thomas Jefferson. ' VE Put Upon the Govern ment. i Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. - IiT . JTfWA ' $ J Ik J) J H w & VW&Wr IPTJ& V Vol. I. OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEW ALL, OF MAINE. A MADMAN AT LARGE. Senator John M. Thurston, of Nebraska, the high priest and seer of the goldbug Republican party, tte man who was master of cere monies at the late St. Louis con vention, and who for some years ai been trying to represent the Union Pacific Railroad company iad the people of the State of Nebraska at the same time, has opened up the campaign for the g. o. p., in a speech at Jfadison, Wisconsin, in a way emi jjntly fitting for a creature that complacently assumes to serve God iad mammon at the same time. His aggregation of self-conceit, consisting of a theatrical...

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. — 8 August 1896

. -T-c -.-: Th Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WIS preaselgxta and t all time uphold tt tree tHtedptes of DeaocracT. bat famera. GatkoBcs, Frotestuts, Kalcfets of Labor, In fidels. JtoawB BepB&UcaBa, Frtecta, or any eo eJse eta bare; their mj, k loss their laatMf k proper aad retpfln1MIltr U fixed. The Breed Axlit newspaper wboae plat term is bread esossa for all. erer dating fte editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local cossBalcatloaa will bare attention; write only oa nae ride of tie paper SUBSCRIPTION: nix jb oii usss xj Three Months .50 Adrertlslng rate made known on application. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Bait Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOB..Pnblliher and Editor. Entered at Toctofflce aa second-class matte Cwbett now knows what It Is to run p against a real fighter. It la time to stop talking about New Jersey "akeeterB." There are no flies a Jersey now. Hiss Kate Horner Is the coroner at Peader, Neb., and they say she Is very pretty. We ma...

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. — 8 August 1896

SiSKS -ViV "-- ' n i. ' ( W F0M CHILL ...nrROUS ADVENTURE Pf Active w. M. LUQO. n w- - 'fZtW .- rmll tb MonBftalaa em Sick Darter Um fun p fetrttf' e,n Francisco Examiner. ae n at tne umt . xhb . jwr rears t"' TTifoj arotaafavd idk W-nfthe kUUns- of the 0& f the United States SU"JUp aP1 a in the streets of a Chilian i&B0' Americans were obliged to 5Tntry "or safety. Among Si Um Lueff. the private de &",, pollector. whose office Is In S?n sir Lugs left Chill he went &nountams into Argentine. &? Ss that the trip la a e "Vwirin point of beautiful 2W perfect wtather. but many viiciike to undertake It ea ac .f the unhealthful stagnant "J which they are compelUd to WuBf Kfto the Injurious 1 fu a.ii . Raid Mr. Ltiarr. JfKd n Sidneys to an fWng tf When I et over tat0 Artea F 'v. ho trouble would trradu- Jme. but instead of that It nre areravated, and I suffered P&i pains in the .region of s. I was en route ta Ohl- ai was determined to reach J.TTi-otmn before the comp...

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. — 8 August 1896

-v n, -"JW " DEATH OF J. B. FIELDS. Tz mcUtaa sad unexpected dMtk of Ber J.B. Kekk o Denver, Colorado, is tkk city, on August 1st, 1896, tit a great surprise to lm family aad bk many frieads tfaovfkost the country. At the tine of his death he was on the iray to the Pacific coast, with a view of trying to regain his health which had become -very much im paired from over-work. He was found by some of the help around the building where he was room iag at, Jying on the floor partly dressed, thus showing that he pasted away very suddenly. His remains were removed to the un dertaking rooms of S. D. Evans, 213 State street, and his family was notified of his death by tele graph. His sou, J. W. Fields, case on from Denver and perfect ed all necessary arrangements for shipping the remains of his father hosse. Fending the arrival of his sou from Denver, Mr. Evans and his gentlemanly assistants were constantly engaged in showing his remains to the large throng of peo ple, who called to gaze up...

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. — 15 August 1896

'. v - v. "". p - f .-jx -. Gggd Lqor Government is based The Quality of Liberty on the Consent of the! we possess is Equal to the J Governed." Quantity of Restraint -(fl-Vi Thomas Jefferson. ftJ'D- we Put Upon the Govern- I MENT. Daniel Webster. ; 4' Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 15, 1896. No. 61. -;" r - ' - ?r - Vv a Y0V- ' '" - '-,. && Rift WKfeSSirS im OUR TICKET FOR 1806. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. A VOICE IN THE WILDER NESS. Aftsb weeks of labor and mo mentous exhaustion, the mountain hu been delivered of a mouse, in the form of a manifesto or an ad dress from the McKinley goldbug Republican State committee. It is tutknticated by the signatures of Sir John Dooly and a Mrs. Farns rorth as president and secretary, respectively. To an untutored ear the screed sounds like the wail of a lost soul while wandering in Plu tonian darkness, dreading the fire of retribution to which it knows ...

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. — 15 August 1896

. i The Broad Ax PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WBl pmntilfitn sad at ll time uphold the roe prladplea of Desaoeracy. bnt tinner. OataoUea, Protestants, Kalshta of Labor. la S&eia, ItormoBt, BepBbUcans, Priest, or any ose alee can bara their say, ao loss " tbelr afi&ss&re U proper and responsMUty la fixed. The Broad Ax la a newspaper wbose plat term la bread enough for all. ever dinning 0ie editorial rlgflt to speak tu own mind. Local comaonleatlon win bare attention; write only on one aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear fOO Bx Months ! Three Months 50 Adrertlatns rate made known on applica tion. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. 3VL1UB r. TAYLOB..PnblUhtr and Editor Entered at Postofflce as second-class matte Another anthracite coal trust has been formed. This comes pretty close to fulfilling all the conditions of a burning shame. The African queen who put to death 49 of her husbands trill some day find herself permanently widowed...

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. — 15 August 1896

miBm !-.-jl: 'i, - . "ttt:.,-!- -r- - V 15FI0 COMER. ncee; IN THE IM- PHUUnu - DUSTRIAI- WORLD. ..! la tba War erf l, wr " K,-Th Bsstoratlra Or lr-About Perpetual Katies K,IU1U. N Improved od of joining belts bis been, patented by Henry S. Antt field, of Canada, which consists et ft pair of saetal plates, the joining edges of whicu are pintle-shaped aad have a serin -el nnMlnea aril teas! ' M pintles, a narrow coupling plate UTiWies or coupling fingers adapt- ' tie under side, tad which are wed to do " Vd it the same time maintaining iyilty. Tnis oevice w .ywuwu yestlr P.rnetnal HotU . ...a.r makes thwse -inquiries: 2.. -in would a perpetual motion e be to the world? What "would frequences of such an invention its the workingmea"? Would the gj of the unemployed oe increasedr Hirer: A perpetual-motion machine 2u k. . tain In that it -would admit & we of machinery -at less cost, as .n of fuel and water add greatly .. .v. TTnse of any -works. Light .u.tt rould be operated at a dis-...

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. — 15 August 1896

.11 IP T r' e DO YOU WANT IT? If. tot wut the prssat down grade of price to coatirrae, vote for , McXiakv. If yoa wast work one kalf of yoar time for oae-half of the tragee yoa used to get, and loaf the other half, then support this modem god of gold. If you want to make the rich man rider and the poor man poorer, then get out asd howl for this Buckeye Na poleon and the gold standard. If Toawant to make tramps out of the laborers of this land in a ratio of 16 to 1, then pull off your coat asd swear a tow to support the g. o. p. and their brutal gold platform. If yoa want to establish caste and landlordism in this the home of liberty, then follow the lead of Mark Hanna, McKinley, Grover Cleveland, John Sherman, Carlisle and the bankers of England. If yon want all these to come to pass, it is your privilege to help bring ruin upon your fellowmen, but "may God have mercy on your soul!" The time will come when you will weep and howl, and call upon the rocks to fall on you and hide you f...

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. — 22 August 1896

-sj5p. ('" --. "1 f V-Our Government is.based l"The Quality of Liberty on the Consent of the we possess is Equal to the , Governed." Quantity of Restraint '&, ft we ruT Upon the Govern Thomas Jefferson. ment. -Daniel Webster. Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 22, 1896. No. 62. '7" Vfe. '-yQ2) jspt- cs)u ?f pf1 ki - j j g y 'P" 11 Tgfr-- - ww fi 'filViflM ' OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. for Vice-President: AUTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. ENGLAND TO BOYCOTT US. jln. J. H. Tkitton, of Lombard street, London, has expressed his news through the N. Y. World of August 10, on the money question, jjjj on the direful consequences Aii would follow if Mr. Bryan- uafree silver Congress should be elated this year. While the peo ple of the United States are deeply interested in the views of the cap italists of Europe on our financial pestions, yet they are not prepared to gfre assent to their opinions, or concede to the gold standard bank en of...

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. — 22 August 1896

'JW' It The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. WW proeralffste and at all times uphold the tree prlcdples of Democracy, bnt farmer Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor. In fldels. Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any cm else can ban their say, so Ions as their stagnate Is proper and responsSdlltr is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whose plat form Is broad enough for all, eTer clsUnlng fee editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communications win hare attention; write only on one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear 2.00 (Ex Months LOO fare Months 50 Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOB.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Postofflce as second-class matte: The woman who Is attemptinc tc , trove an early marriage with Jason i ould is evidently trying a golden i SMC8 same. j stood aside and permitted the manu As every other commodity is lower facturers ana other benef...

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. — 22 August 1896

PBAVEL in iffmca -dWARD B. LIGHT INVESTIGAT ING THEIR MONEY SYSTEM. BjT,1. Monometallism flu Worked m Wonderful Change for the Rettei What Wo"'11 B,metul Result In First of " Serle nterestlnc Letter. CoFrnghteJ, J?98. by Chicago Preti Bureau. El Paso, Texas, July i, 1896. That tie money question will be par amount in the approaching election, ,j who have studied the action j political conventions thus far held. Attempts have been made which -will vg repeated, to avoid the Issue, but thout avail. The Issue is before as, a sreat battle Is on to be fought by jjjcossion, and, I trust, settled with vjBots. la most local conventions held, the liiling Las been smooth until the flnan oil plank was launched; and then sud denly clouds arise as from a clear sky; e storm Increases as the wind veers iroand from every quarter of the hall, Bj the safety of the trusted - -bark, rtlch carried them to victory through p many political storms, bo es a question of gravest tccern. The danger of these old...

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. — 22 August 1896

A CHILD'S SILVER CATE CHISM. Q. -Pa, are there any foreign - countries that have free coinage of silver? A. Yea, my son. Mexico, Chi na and Japan. Q. Is free silver a benefit to these countries? A. Well, yes no 1 don't hardly know; but you see they are countries that the United States ought not to follow after. GL What sort of people live in those countries? A. They are only semi-civilized and many of them are heathen. China and Japan are very densely populated. Q. Are they free countries? A. China and Japan are mon archies; Mexico is a young re public. Q. Are their people prosper ous? A. Well, yes; in Mexico and Japan; but in China they are as hard up as we are. Q. If Mexico is only half- civilized, and is only a young na tion, and still has prosperity with free silver, could not the U. S. do as well as Mexico if we had free silver? A. It is not right to do as these degraded people do. See? Q. Do the people of China and Japan drink tea? and do the Mexi cans eat oranges and bananas?...

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. — 29 August 1896

.-'"i. l V'Ll " -',. w f-? - - IT is Erkoh alone which. (JN) ..nnne THTO SrTTJTlYD'n fT? I "THE UNITED STATES SHOULD BE AK EXAMPLE IK ALL THAT IS GOOD, AND THE LEADING SPIRIT IN EVERT u r.r.t " wwvrii. vi-i Goternment;Truth can STAND BY ITSELF." "fc. MOVEMENT WHICH HAS FOR IT ft-t- OBJECT THE UPLIFTING OF THE Thomas Jefferson HUMAN RACE." M TT1TTTIV T nviv I'UUIiAMtfi tfAlAfl Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 29, 1896. No. 1. ! .HBSJ jy csc)w ID ' s kKWrX or Vw V f FllffihnSf vl OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OP NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. WHO IS RIGHT? Last Sunday, the dailies of this citv, presented a strange inconsist ency from the telegrams o the oc currences the day before. One was from the East, and the other from the "West. One was from the dummy Napoleon of Ohio, the mouthpiece of the goldbug Repub lican party; the other was from the astute McKinley politicians of Utah. "We have no disposition to draw the...

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. — 29 August 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Wni p 5malcxte aad at all timet uphold the tne tjriedple of Democracy, bnt fanner. CattoBo. Prutestants. Knlzbta of Labor, In gdela. Mormons, EepnbUcans, rrlesta, or anr ese else can bate tbelr say, so !e a their teassase U proper and responsibility I fixed. The Broad Ax U a newspaper wbose-plat-form U broad enonch for all, ercr damning the cdttnrial riant to speak lu own mlad. Local communications will bare attention; write only on one aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear fllx Uoatfcs. ... - Taree Months. ...... ?2.t. . 1.0" . M Adrertlalnz rate made known on applies tlotr. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOK.. Publisher and EJItot. Eatered at Pottoffice as second-class matte: F the first time In several month Geaenls Gomex and Maceo are dead at the same time. The life that Is spent In preparing for emergencies may be a uesful one, bat It does not embrace much comfort. A man In Nlles....

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. — 29 August 1896

T"W T&Z 2 (Of BABE'S DAUGHTER I HE was rittlng alone when Sir Delmaine TreTor saw her. and as he passed by she raised her eyes from her book and met his gaze. Then she blushed and dropped her long lashes over "the blue windows flf jer soul." and pretended to read with grert diligence. But not for long. Suddenly there cane a gust of wind and blew some Jaws leaves out of the volume she held rlth a flutter right at Sir Delmaine's ftrt,wher thy rested Just long enough or hlra to stoop and pick them up, md tnen fle waiKed across the piar, d bowing his best bow restored them to their rightful owner. Bat he did not speak as he held them towards her, because Just then there xu a loud crash of music from the land, which rendered speech inaudi ble. So he waited till the sound Mini Then he said quite naturally: "Aren't you cold? I should think roa must be, for you have been slt tlnf there quite a long tine, and there's a cool breeze blowing." The girl smiled. Tes, I am rather cold," she an...

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. — 29 August 1896

ISC o . ft 5 V TAj- . fj . WE HAVEWAT MOrtEY NOW A Fatmuts grill rtiaJard arpu Mt it, that the aSver ceBtaMed Is e TJate Ws tflrr iol kaicMljveftk 58 ceatx. That . to lure fSrtr conei fete weald bare the afect to food the country nit fit-east doilan, ws&h woald & aS raise, aad pst a krge j ream in o gold, cad destroy osr cfwKt abroad. Is other word, that the TTaited State, cassot maintara the raise of tbe dollar abore tbe SMrket price of tke ballkra cob taisedi it. It k true that tbe pretest depreciated market value of tke Mirer costatsed is one of osr doTkri if but little sore tkan 50 eestc. It is tree, also, that this ume silrer dollar is a fall legal tewdar for all private debts, and toes at its face value in all the 'narts of trade at hose, and even abroad; as we have beard from these sesae goldbags, that it is worth double that of a Mexican dollar is Mexico. John G. Car Kile, secretary of tke treasury, has recently published a circular, show isg tke aso&nt of gold a...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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