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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 October 1895

s twiSBBBJUiw 'U-' a, -r-r.- . MP (S-VA IB 62c) 2w . b& Wk A41f l X'.' 'ry SS -" ' Sf fr4 I ft"i) Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, "UTAH, OCTOBER 5, 1895. No. 6. THE TENDERFOOTS APOLOGY. It is with much reluctance that the editor of the Bboad Ax obtrudes anything of a personal nature upon the public, through the columns of this paper; but being a comparative stranger in Salt Lake City, and having been called a "carpet bagger, "mi charged -with other offenses not in keeping with good morals, we take this occasion to explain to the public who we are, and why we are here. In the first place every good business man and reputable citizen should be able to give references of his character in places where he has formerly lived. The following gentlemen know us well, and if any of our enemies or friends care to write to any or all of them, they will find we have been considered a tolerably decent fellow. Our references are as follows: Hon, W.-N. Roach, U. S. Senator, Hon....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 October 1895

.- W. sifrr ..v , "-'. r- ? iaeas THE BROAD AX. ?.i ?r". -a- gj- 'ianiiwr iimi n i i "gPpSgijLlB1 Jfye Broad U PUBLISHED WKKKJT. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of. Democracy, but farmers. Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can nave their say, mo long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newnpaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communications will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. biz Months. - 1.00. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Rates: One Hundred, $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, 20.00. Single Copies, . - .05. Advertising rates made known on application. fSr Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 60 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Hzbzr We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 October 1895

SSSBXS&f. Jx THE BROAD AX. OPEN THE BOOKS. "We charge the Republican party rith being as prone to extrava- ance. and the reckless expenditure of other people's money, as the 'sparks to fly upward." They are built that way and they cannot help it. If some one would go through the records and books of this city and county, since it has been run by leaders of that party, we predict a condition of public affairs rould be shown which would ktartle and surpise the oldest in habitant. This city and county ias been practically in the hands and under the control of Repub licans for the last five years, and both are now bankrupt, and with out credit. Jobs, high salaries, and nisariDronriations hare brought it on. Open the books and show the records, it you dare, it is tee same old result that we have in lational affairs taxes, debts, and ideficits. But we still have hoDe f that the voters will drive the last l one from the temple of justice. Blood Thicker Than WUt. "Blood Is thick...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 October 1895

'.. JV ?,- : bs - -c4 THE BROAD AX. a v Qi A - THEY DECAMPED. The Plain Dealer, a journal devoted to colored interests, of this city, has had rather a severe shaking tip. Two gentlemen of color, by the names of: Griffin and Lindell, have been running it and had been hav- " ing it printed by the Utah Magazine Printing company, and had succeeded in getting several of our prominent Democrats to sign notes for various amounts, and- for this favor they in return were to give these bright politicians write-ups in flowing terms, so as to influence the colored brethren on the question of voting for these Democratic favorites. After gaining their endorsements to their notes they took a train for some other city, and now the notes are in the hands of interested parties, who say the notes must be paid. It is also said that one of them borrowed the other's wife and had not returned her up to leaving the city. The S. L. Star, October 2, 1895. If the public had read the Broad Ax, no one need have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 October 1895

Twl'v' " . -J iU"? V w ' j v tf j 9ft ? j ts&&'V',:-45p?-'s '.-to.-- p&iJ.--i Tt-itr jf- .. ii ... -sJ?2c) 'tf (S-Vft S "V . Ssw&'r' vOTK'"iBi-i? .--r,&. -" -T 5 '- 3-"' -W 'jBaWT-JF-J faTO X -r iiiiwirnr r S((.vC sQgQ)" IB Tap v- . -w Wh) rfRbJD&SCZltiks wL Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 12, 1895. No. 7. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Far Catted State Seaalar: JOSEPH L. RAWLINS,of Salt Lake. MOSK THATCHJSB,oi uacne. Far Ceieraer: JOHN T. CAINE, of Salt Lake. Fr CraptWM: B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis. Far Jaaceaoftae sapresie Cesrt: y IOHAS MALONEY, of Weber, 3HARD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake, SAMUEL R. THURMAN, of Utah. Fr Secretary of Slate: FISHER S. HARRIS, of Salt Lake. Far AttaneyGeaeral: A. J. WEBER, of Weber. Per Treacarer: ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard. Far Aadltort GUY C. WILSON, of Sanpete. r paaarlateadeBt of Public Iastrae- KARL G. WAKSER, of Utah.1 SALT UKE COUNTY. Far Members aftae State Seaatat : PA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 October 1895

- c '. 1 man THE BROAD AX. Jl?e Broad k PUBLISHED WEEKX.T. Will promulpte and at all times uphold the true DrfiirlnlftH nf TVmnmnr hut farmers. Catholic. PmtMtntj of Labor, Iafldeli, Mormon, Republicans, Knights Priests, or any one clue can have their say. IS lAMn Ma kf. - - - 1 The great Eisteddfod has come and gone, leaving a lasting and pleasant recollection of this unique entertainment. The promoters all deserve praise for their untiring energy in making the meeting such a grand success. The tiresidiniT jrncau, or any one ewe can nave their say, a grana success. The nresidine o long a their language Is proper and . , -nr . , responsibility Is fixed. officers, Gov. West and Ex-Gov. rfSSfJS'Si1' L JraP?,.1?!! Thomas.discharcred their dnr,V, with iTT cuuugH wr ou, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its una WJUU. Local communications will have atten tioa; write only on one aide of the paper, subscription: One Year. - - . $2.00. Six Months. ... 1.00. Three Mpnths, . .50. In a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 October 1895

THE BROAD AX. Durham vs. lindell. Henry Dukham, the man who recently resigned as vice-president of the Lincoln Republican club and joined the Democratic party, has replied to the challenge to debate iisued by Cyrus Lindell, and the debate rill probably excite a great deal of interest. Mr. Durham yesterday issued the following reply: "I am in receipt of your chal lenge of recent date and hasten to ept the same, as I understand I to take the affirmative of tho question. 'Resolved, That it is more beneficial for the colored men of the United States to rote the Democratic ticket than it is to vote the Republican ticket I hereby name Judge O. W. Powers as my referee and he will have authority make any further arrangements for me that may be necessary." ?alt Lake Herald, Oct. 9, 1895. Thx Plain Double Dealer has two columns of clean white paper. headed "Democratic principles' This is very appropriate, Bro. Taylor; the Democratic principles are clean, pure, and untarnished. Now if you want...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 October 1895

'"X. .-v. THE BROAD AX. WHAT THE BECOEDS SHOW. At the request o our many readers, we again publish "What the Becords Show." Thb chief stock in trade of the Republican campaigners this year, rho dare not discuss either the tariff or, the currency question, is a general indictment of Democratic rale in which the only thing of weight is the specific allegation that under Republican rule the country flourished like a green bay, while a Democratic administration of affairs produced industrial distress, commercial failure, and a regular cataclysm of business desolation and misery. Like most of the Republican campaign statements this one will not bear investigation. Indeed, the only reliable basis for any statement of this kind proves very conclusively that just the reverse is true. The report of business failures as given by Dun's Mercantile Agency for the last ten years affords little satisfaction to these brave campaigners, who are afraid of That report nothing but the truth. 1 is as fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 October 1895

iafM'tWr aaaaamaaaaaawiaMaaSawaMwapMW fc.f t JpjMfE 5ffi J" -"JjiT Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 19, 1895. No. 8. DEMOCRATIC TICKET Far United State Senator: JOSEPH L. RAWIJNS,of Salt Lake. MOSBS THATCHER, of Cache. Per GorcrBAr: JOHN T. CAINE, of Salt Lake. Per Cihuiibh! B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis. Par Jatffea of the Sapresae Caart: THOMAS MALONEY, of Weber, RICHARD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake, SAMUEL R. THURMAN, of Utah. Par Secretary or State: PISHXR & HARRIS, of Salt Lake. Far aueraey-Geaeral: Al J. WEBER, of Weber. Far Treaaarer: ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard. Far Aadlter: GUY a WILSON, of Sanpete. Far Saperiateadeat of FaMie lastrae- um: KARL G. MAESER, of Utah. f SALT LAKE COUNTY. r Meatbers of (be State Seaate: PARLEY L. WILLIAMS, GEORGE A. WHTTTAKER, JOSEPH S. RAWLINS, CHARLES R. SAVAGE, . OSCAR W. MOYLE. Par Wna limn af tfae Ilease af Hepreeaiatfrea: DAVID R. ALLEN, RULON & WELLS, JOHN H. MURPHY, HSBER BENNION, HENRY WALLACE, CHARLES W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 October 1895

-w . - . --, ' -- . Jrifcfcl.iH.iuwMi' Mi THE BIIOAD AX. Z. JI?e Broad flx PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Protestants. Knights cs, Protestants, Knights , Mormons, Kepubl leans. of Labor, Infldela. TlFfAafa Aa V " A alack Vibv Vitlw ea 00 long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local ommnnicatlons will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - $2.00. Six Months. . - 1.00. Three Months, - .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred. $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, . .05. Advertising rates mode known on application. Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 06 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, . Publisher and Editor. are The Republicans deny that tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 October 1895

Mgniniw "... -, '- S"" -'. -i THE BROAD AX. & jgtt AND THE COLORED BOYS THE G. 0. P. Where, O, where did the colored man come in, at the G. O. P. city convention? The Republican conventions are all over, and the candidates named. Every race, creed, and nationality are xepresented on their ticket, save and except the colored American. The Irish, Scotch, English, Scandinavian, Jew, Gentile, and Mormon; all are in it, but the negro, and he is "in the soup" as usual. How long will it take for the colored people to find out, that all this talk about Republican love for the negro is the coldest kind o hypocrisy. They have no use for their "brother in black," except to get his vote, and do the dirty work of the party. It is certainly about time the colored voters "divided on party lines." The five hundred colored men of this city need no longer to hunger and thirst for office at the hands of the Republican party, for they are of no consequence. The Broad Ax advises them to be i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 October 1895

9f- 7&f.,l &sr . - r -.- r. THE BBOAD AX. X "WHAT THE RECORDS SHOW. At the request of our many -read ere, we again publish "What 'the Records Show." The chief stock in trade of the Republican campaigners this year, who dare not discuss either the "tariff or the currency question, is a .general indictment of Democratic rule in which the only thing of -weight is the specific allegation that mnder Republican rule the country flourished like a green bay, while a Democratic administration of affairs 'produced industrial distress, com- mercial failure, and a regular cataclysm of business desolation and misery. Like most of the Republican campaign statements this one Hrill not bear investigation. Indeed, the only reliable basis for any statement of this kind proves very inclusively that just the reverse is "true. The report of business fail ures as given by Dun's Mercantile Agency for the last ten years affords little satisfaction to these brave campaigners, who are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 October 1895

7 'GA ic HPifc ra5?sTtu-r&v ft"e ' Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 26, 1895. No. S. ME. LINCOLN AND THE? COLORED PEOPLE, v Ssvxkal weeks ago published in the Uboad Ax an Extract from Mr. Lincoln' speech, delivered September, 1858, wherein he shoTed his race prejudice and hostility to the negro. Since then sereral of the Utah newspapers and a number of gentlemen of this city, hare called into question the cor rectness of our conclusions. As a farther proof that this distinguished President and the Republican party generally Hid not care for the aboli tion of slavery, we publish the fol- . lowing letter, which speaks for it .self: . . "Exkcutivz Mansion, "Washington, Ang. 22, 1862. "Hon. Horace Greeley: "Dear Sib. I hare just read yours of the 19th mat., addressed to ; myself through the New York Tribune. If there be in it any statements or assumptions of fact which I may know to be erroneous, I do not now and here controvert them. "I there be i&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 October 1895

-V ". 15, -Jf . I THE BROAD AX. -v- toaal BMMHMSpaojBaaaMoawoBBMSBww-M--- w-- us I A ! Je Broad x PUBUSHEO 17ZBSLY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farmers. Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can nave their say, mo long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, "ever claiming the editorial right to spear its own mind. Local communications will have attention; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - $2.00. Six Months. 1.00. Three Months, ... .50. la any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, .05. Ad Tertliing rates made known on appll eatfoa. fSf Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 66 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. moTed and carried unanimously...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 October 1895

L THE BROAD AX. S WASHINGTON LETTER. From Our Bcgular Correspondent. Washington, Oct. 21, 1895. Of to Atlanta! The distinguished party, including the President, his entire cabinet and most of the ladies o the cabinet families, which left here to-night on a special train for Atlanta carried no banners, brass bands or any other implement of war, but their arrival -will be hailed witn much more delight by the citizens of Georgia's metropolis tnan -was i.nntW nartv which visited the same citv something like thirty-one years ago,amid the roar of canons, the rattling of drums, the blare of trumpets and waving of flags. Mrs. Cleveland did not go. She was too good a mother to leave the baby, and it was deemed injudicious for so young a miss to make such a long railroad journey. Secretary Ulney nad a long con ference today with the wife of ex- Consul Waller, who was sentenced to twenty years in prison oy a tFrench court-martial for his alleged interference with French military operations in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 October 1895

i JL THE BROAD AX. If ADDRESS OP J. F. TAYLOR, To the Democratic Workinqmen.of Salt Lake City, Delivered Friday Evening, October 18, 1895. It affords me much pleasure to h ave the honor and privilege of addressing this noble body of men, known as the workingmen of Salt Lake City. There is no class of men on earta wortny at more respect and consideration than the men who toil. They constitute the ione and muscle of the world. 'They are the foundation of all human success and greatness. They are the character makers of all society. Show me a man who toils not, and I will show you a person -who is either infirm, idiotic, or a dead beat. It is the natural condition of man to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow, a decree of the great Law-giver of the Universe, made thousands of years ago. Nature intends that all mankind should be free and equal, and as such, all should enjoy certain natural rights in common with each other. Every man on earth who toils should have sufficient food, ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 November 1895

i . Hew to the Line. - . c :-' ' - . - -J " T Vol. L SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 2, 1895, No. 10. - DO YOUR "WHOLE DUTY. NRxrTuesday.Nov. 5, 1894, will bean eventful day for Utah. It will be ike battle ground of a con--test of ballots; and not only will all the people of this fair commonwealth wait the result with intense interest, but the eyes of the whole nation will watch the termination of the straggle with deep concern. Utah is a name of histronic importance throughout the civilised world, aad a change in her situation will be marked by all observers. We as a people are about to secure the birthright of statehood, and by our vote determine the policy of the :new state government. As this -frill be the last issue of the Broad Ax prior to the election, we desire -to briefly sum up the case before submitting it to the decision of the -people. One thins all must feel gratified over, and that is, this campaign has been fought with an absence of personalities. The voters can act f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 November 1895

SSra THE BROAD AX. ' t-tr J)e Broad k PUBLISHED WKHKXY. Will promulgate aad at all times uphold the true prtriclplea of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or anr one else can have their sav. is proper ana newsDaoer wnose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak Its o'ra mind. Local eommnnkatkms will have attention; write only on one aide of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. Six Months. ... LOO. Three Months, ... .50. la any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, - -1 $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, - .05. Advertising rates made known on application. ' f& Address allommunications to THE BROAD AX, CO Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Entered at Post Office matter. as second-class to the Trib.: Keep cool; don't make yonr usual bad break about this; it is only expressin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 November 1895

i ;"j5. j . MaMuawafflfWWiMHMWMUI.p fr- &'&:?' v i&&mjzm&r."m&?-9zs . Ss$& jT THE BROAD AX. 3 - nM-Ni.. IT -' .' -'-. W'TT" WASHINGTON LETTER. Prom Oar Regular Correspondent Washington, Oct 28, 1895. President Cleveland and Secreary Olney could not have secured a more satisfactory state of affairs than the expressions of prominent Renublican newspapers and Uon- gressmenhave brought about,if they , had personally naa cnarge or tne i arrangements themselves. These Republicans have publicly put their party on record, and when Presi dent Ulevelana sends a special mes sage to Congress, as he will do BhorUy after it assembles, setting forth the demands he has made "upon Great Britain to recognize the 'Monroe doctrine, and accompanying it with Great Britain's answers thereto, concerning its claims in Venezuela, the Republicans cannot without stultifying themselves, hold I up their hands in holy horror and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 November 1895

4 tt a mm a.. , " ' ii ii aii ""fc MMMj; :ja.nifr.,iafafflgn' '- ' ' &&Ba&:; '-gs'. S? .? jaHPjIKStfviW - v - THE B10AD AX I -''-7V- .rfMSWKlBft8ECTBlMB3EH8B8aJW3j5RP8SaMBSSBHF13HBI I ?--" ,'l?t jPi'S 3HT'E,r!5L7c52 :'i?-,r,, :wS53W riPRiKSfw7,CTja!vf 327!kTBEL Vft'jlrjf- n fT; " SL w ,-vjT - - -"- --? - . tw " JP1 - . -. M' -- r I -1." "- I I " t I . :. ?-. ' - 1 iT7 . rt h8t ""Maiidf ' mmoi -. SOUTH CAEOLINA vs. IGNORANCE. Much turbulence of spirit has Manifested within the past fnr weeks, over the proposed change of the organic law in the state of South Carolina. A large aaountof the explosion of words sad bitter inYectires have been the sequence of an inflamed judgment, of political prejudice, or of a pro found ignorance of the question. As the Broad Ax k the accepted organ of a number of colored people in Utah, and as it is read by many of the race who honestly differ with our political riews,we therefore believe that it is our duty, as well ...

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