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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 5 September 1896

ffzPW "It is Erkor alone which NEEDS THE bUPPOET OF GovernmektjTruth CAN STAND BY ITSELF.' -s-Vjfc &- Thomas Jefferson bszfiszfisxAzt Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 5, 1896. No. 2. f "THE TOTTED STATES SHOULD SS AN J EXAMPLE IN ALL THAT B GOOD, J AND THE LEADING SPTBIT IN EVE8T MOVEMENT WHICH HAS TOE ITS OBJECT THE UPLHTINQ 0? THE 1 I HUMAN RACE." f -WILLIAM J. BETAS. J kL tJOssc-sryMMX- JJLJ ' XsSESSfws OUR TICKET FOR 1886. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBBA8KA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. McKINLEY AS A LETTER WRITER. The long delayed letter of can didate McKinley, accepting the nomination for the high office of President, has made its appearance, and doubtless has been read and studied by all those who were inter ested in the key note of the gold tandard Republican party. The document is lengthy, and in a short article like this we cannot review it as fully as we would like; but we will notice a few points and call attention t...

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. — 5 September 1896

-' The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold tb vtrse prirdples of Democracy, but farmers Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor. In fidel. Mormons, Republicans, Prlesta, or any one else can bare their say, so Ions as their Uassage. Is proper and responsibility I fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper wbose plat form Is broad enough for all. eTcr claiming the editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local communications will hare attention; write only on one side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear ?2. Six Months.. l. rbree Months SO Advertising rates nude known on applica tion. Address all communication? to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JDLID8 F. TAYLOB.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at PostotSce as second-class matte; A man eighty-one years old com mitted suicide in Maine lately because the selectmen would not repair the road leading up to his farm. He probably Intended to mend his ways. As Instance of faithful effort to fol iar co...

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. — 5 September 1896

Is V-- A Defending the pott William Connor and his Indian pilfles stood before the youthful major of Fort Stephenson ,tn former as bearer of dispatches from Gen. Har rison, recommending the evacuation, If the commander deemed It riaky to at tjmpt to hold It It was, however, at ant a question whether the bearer of the dispatch would consent to dellrer jt to the young officer In charge to Ttrr young did be appear. "You Maj. Orognan!" said Connor, looking at the slight, smooth-faced young man before him. "Not much! Ion can't fool me. You're nothing but a boy. I want to see the commaader of this fort." Tm Ma. Croghan," replied the young man, his face flushing and his S-es snapping. "I'm twenty-one years i, old enough to command this garri son of one hundred and sixty-seven pen, and old enough to put you in lions if you don't hand OTer that dis patch Instantly!" MI swan!" said the rustic Ooanor, saer bis breath, as without another word he handed the letter of Gen. Har rison to the boy 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. — 5 September 1896

-4 J J REV. ADEL1ERT L. HUDSON Sxtcxxzb from tie east the past eek. where he has bees spending ik fluuss vacation. The doctor is lookhu: veil and hearty, and as hrowB. as a Wisconsin farmer. He will preach his first sermon of the Bew chHrch year on Snnday morn iag, at 11 o'clock, at Unity Hall, 30 West, 3rd Sooth St. TTsitv Church, the cast vear. wW Kj aVfllfWI management ofl Doctor Hudson, flourished like an. erer-hlooming flower, and we sin aerelyhope that the coming new year will excel and surpass all the preceding years in prosperity. And we also hope that from henceforth Unity Church, under the guiding land of Doctor Hudson, will exert "a greater influence in this comma aity than in the past, for the up building of society, morality, and all other moral virtues which are so beneficial to all mankind. JOHN F. WATERS The silver tongued orator and a leading attorney of Chicago, is vis iting his old friends and school mates. Col. H. L. Pickett and L. M. Armstrong. Mr. Waters is a n...

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. — 12 September 1896

S.- - -j- .Tl r- r j r fi.T' r-esss-v It is Error alone which KEEPS THE SUPPOET OF Go vernmentjTruth can "THE UNITED STATES SHOULD BE AN EXAMPLE LV ALL THAT IS GOOD, AND THE LEADING SPIRIT IN EVERY MOVEMENT WHICH HAS FOR ITS OBJECT THE UPLIFTING: OF THE HUMAN RACE." WILLIAM J. BRYAN. STXD BY ITSELF." ft)- Thomas Jefferson Hew to the Line. T? Vol II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 12, 1896. Xo. 3. OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. th Mckinley side show. Lv all well regulated circuses or hippodrome exhibitions, there is akavs a side show or museum at tached which is with the main show hut for which an extra admission is charged. filth the McKinley gold-bug ex travaganza there is now a full fledged side attraction, organized at Indianapol.s, Iud., called the Na sional 1 emocracy. The two manag ing showmen are John M. Palmer of Illinois, and Gen. Simon B. Buckncr of Kentucky. These two gentlemen also form 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. — 12 September 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Kill promulsste and t all time uphold th tree pricdplei of Democracy, but fanners CathoUca, Protestants. Knlsbts of Labor. In fidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one elae can nave their cay. o lone as their teasuace Is proper and responaPillIty is fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper wbose plat form Is broad enough for all, ercr clainlng ifce editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local communications will bare attention; write'only on one aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear -. Six Months. ...... ......... J-J Vhree Months " Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. rublUher and Editor. Entered at PortotUce as second-class matte The Germans, "who are lavishly en- sartalnlnir TJ Hnnr Chane. are Bald to be disappointed that he does not give eat some of the much coveted Chinese orders and decorations, for the obtain ing of -which captions ...

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. — 12 September 1896

EDISON'S DEBT TO HIS WlFE.T Their tU Bef ote the Saying That a G. nlus Shouldn't Marry. Thomas A. Edison has been married Krice To his two wives he owes con siderable of his success as the greatest living Inventor and the greatest In ventor that ever lived. They looked after his health and physical welfare, enabling him to retain that vigor with out which he could not stand the strain fluv after day In his laboratory. without a wlnt of sleep, says the New York Press. Twenty-two years ago Edison's friends urged him to marry, hoping that domestic life would compel him to eat at least one meal a day and sleep with some regard to regularity. Edison said lie had no time to court, but if some decent girl wanted to mar ry him he had no objections. One day while watching a young woman who was working one of his Instruments and to whom he never before had spoken, he asked her, somewhat anx iously, if she would be his wife. She said yes, and In three days they were married, though he came nea...

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. — 12 September 1896

f ,st; , --i-yss"1 " ,-v S - 6. -? t w NEGRO DEMOCRATS ACTIVE. A. E. Mannino, of Indiana, president of the Negro National Democratic league, and W. F. Scott, of Illinois, chairman of the executive committee, were callers oa Senator Jones at the Anditori "am Annex, yesterday morning. Messrs. Manning and Scott dis cassed Kith Senator Jones matters pertaining to negro Democrats, with the result that all things re lating to the campaign of educa tion among the negroes, will be re ferred to the league for final action. Arrangements have been made for the opening of headquarters in room 341, the Unity building. W. P. Scott will be assisted in the management by the executive com mittee of nine and advisory com mittee of three. Active operations will begin in a few days, when speakers will be sent out with tons of literature. Chicago Record, September 2. We predict that this year will demonstrate what the Broad Ax has for a long time said, that the colored people are rapidly getting their e...

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. — 19 September 1896

,'t srii!s's:s!r s It is Error alone whichI "THE UNITED STATES SHOULD BX AH NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF EXAMPLE IK ALL TEAT IS GOOD, AND THX LEADING Smrr IN EVERT MOVEMENT WHICH HAS K)S m OBJECT THE UPLTFTINO 07 THS Government;Truth can STAND BY ITSELF." -fe'V. ;" V Thomas Jefferson.' HUMAN BACK." -WILLIAM J. BETAS. t . .i Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 19, 1896. No. 4. y r , ( B KffiSiMvl & HUMAN BACK." J f ' -WILLIAM J. BETAS. J OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. PRESI ENT BRYAN'S LETTER Last week the next President of theUuited States gave his letter of acceptance to the public. Owing to the lateness in the week at which it was received here, and a rush of other business, the Broad Ax was unable to refer to this great state document at an earlier time. The letter of Mr. Bryan demands care ful reading by every one interested in the important issues now hanging in the balance of pub...

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. — 19 September 1896

K2 t t 3z The Broad .PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WIH prearelcata asd at til times cphold th trs fwfecteles of Desweraer. bat farmers. CatboHea, Protestants. Knights of Labor, In AAsU, UormatM, Bepabueans. Priests, or any see else cm have, their or. so loss as their tcagutge to proper and repoo?illltr 1 fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper wbose pUi fern U bread enough for all. ever cUTnilng the edltvial right to apeak Its own mlad. Local commcaleatloBS will bare attention; write only on one side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: Ose Tear Kx MfwifhSi ! r-i Xsrec Months. ... ...... .... .. 1.00 .. JO Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX. 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JULICS F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at PoftoQce as second-dais aiattei Kotkteg really caret a rasa of bluff lac ojaite so thoroughly as to have peo ple accept Us talk as eaxaesC Tea havea't heard a -word about rain Bakers this season, have 70a? Nature tec neaopollxed t...

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. — 19 September 1896

v- JACK'S LOVE AFFAIE f WONDER," I aid, as I was looking oat of the window of Jack Trevor's lodgings, "why that girl's rushing tro ESthe etreet without her hat." "Ah," he said, coming to the win dow, "I thought It must be she. She's catching the monkey. I expect she misses me now sometimes. You didn't Ee which way It went, did you?" No," I said. "Is she addicted to bunting monkeys?" Only the monkey," he replied. "I csed to do it once." "Dear me!" I said. "It's fashionable amusement In the neighborhood, then'" "No," he answered mournfully. "I was engaged to that girl once and that beast of a monkey broke the engage ment" "Were you," I asked, "cut out by the monkey, then?" "A man," he said, "must be very, very young to make a remark like that." "Who Is she?" I Inquired. "Oh. she's Miss Tremalne," he said. Til tell you the story, If you like. It will be a warning to you never to get engaged to a girl who keeps a mon key." -At present," I said, "there Is no girl of the sort In my mind's...

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. — 19 September 1896

"W a Mckinley boomer. The Plain Dealer of last week began booming Bill McKinley and his bill for President of the United States. Brother W. W. Taylor sets forth his reasons for supporting Major McKinley in a rambling editorial in a very illogical manner, and we believe that a ten-year-old school boy without the least effort cai excel and surpass our esteemed con temporary in setting: forth the empty claims of the Buckeye Na poleon. Our distinguished friend, who is as blind as a bat, is abso lutely opjiosed to the free coinage oi silver in anv manner, shape or form. He is of the opinion that it would be far more beneficial to this coun try to open up all the mills and factories north of Mason and Dixon's line, which will nt give employment to one single negro, than what it would be to open up the mines in the western States. He whines about .cheap foreign pauper labor coming to this coun try. He does not seem to realize the fact that during all the time that the g. o. p. was in power...

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. — 26 September 1896

JSL." -' V r- -.- -. - .. 'It is Brkor AidiCEif ichj '"&$$ XEEDS THE SlTPPOBT OFi THB UHlIXl) STATB8 SHOULD BK AN EXAMPLE IK ALL THAT IS QOOD. GovernmentjTruth can ANDTHX LXASDiQSnKITraZVKT A MOVEMENT WHICH HIS TOR m .sTAND BY ITSELF." " ft'- Thomas Jefferson uaibct Ttus urtLnxmj or tu Hew to the Litme. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896. No. 5. X Sm V. . - - cli )7 JJ5S& ) tifeJBsk!FggZ& s& l HUMAN KACX.n Jf f -WILLIAM J. BXYAX. ? OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OP NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEW ALL, OF MAINE. CAN WE MAINTAIN FREE SILVER. The question is often asked by honest and intelligent voters, "Can the United States maintain a bi metallic standard?" In fact the issue in the present campaign is on the very lines suggested by the question. Mr. McKinley and his siherents are now insisting that the answer to the inquiry should be, "No," while Mr. Bryan and his followers answer "Yes." The Republican platform assumes th...

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. — 26 September 1896

,'t ii - The Broad Ax PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WB Brecaalcats ad stall time uphold the tnw prtedelea of Democracy, but tanners, GatseHee, Protestant, Knights of Labor, In flate, Xoraaeea. KepubUcaB, Priests, or any oee else cu bar their say, so Ions as their teagBage I proper and respoBalhlllty It fixed. Tie Bread As Is a newspaper wbose plat. fens U bread esoosh for all. erer cunning the editorial right to apeak its own mind. Local coBHsnleatlona will baTe attention; write only on one aide of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear $2.0; Hi Month LOU Three Months w Adrertisiag rates made known on applica tion. Address all communication to THE BBOAD AX. 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. 3ULIC5 F. TAYXOB.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Postofllce as second-class matte It, according to the old proverb, speech Is silver and silence golden, we already have free and unlimited coin age. That there is no more sensible animal than the horse was proved in Shelby ville, Ind., the other day when an ...

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. — 26 September 1896

-". X-EAYSBEnECTJ)EATH DR. CARL t. BARNES MAKES STARTLING DISCOVERY. w T.cht 6,nt Throaeh a Corps, a The Picture Xada la D&rkar Than That Made From a Urine; Body A jlarrellon DJaoOTarj. HYSICIANS are no longer to be puz zled to determine whether a patient Is dead. The pro fessional man who has put a kink In hl3 neck holding hla left ear under filth rib of the left side of a tUDDOsed corpse to make half-way sure that life was extinct can nor have relief. Dr. Carl L. Barnes of Chicago has made a discovery an X-ray discovery by which the presence of death can be readily detected, says Chicago News. Dr. Barnes based his experiments on the fact that a dead hand held before a limp does not transmit ordinary rays of light, though they readily pass through the hand of- the living. The latter Is luminously red, the former dark and opaque. This radiation Is scientifically explained on the theory of refraction and the blood corpuscles. The red corpuscles are bl-concave disks which have hig...

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. — 26 September 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. — 3 October 1896

Sft!' T -. T - .1 z" - V?-' - t-.'". r-r?rVi ? - jnra'. '- 5 -5rf-yrs- . .- - " ,... r "?, "' - r- . """ - r-Vfcr" ,m rs f "It is Ebkob alone which J -5K) ( NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF J GovernmentjTruth cah STAND BY ITSELF." ft'S- Thomas Jeffesson Hew to the line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 3, 1896. No. 6. " ,&- be. --? - - -. - ?'-THK UNITED 8TATJB SHOULD BIAS J ff EXAMPLE DT ALL THAT IS GOOD, J F ANQTHXLKADIKaSPIBITraXVSCT MOVEMENT WHICH HAS 70S US OBJECT THE UFLimKO 07 THE J R HUMAN RACE." J f -WILLIAM J. BETAS. 1 TOfo " JBRrrTM SSv OUR TICKET FOR 1896. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. For Presidential Electors JOHN J. DALY. Democratic County Ticket. For the State Senate JOHN T. CAINK, MARTHA H. CANNON, DA.VED O. HIDEOUT, JR., GEORGE A WHETTAKER, BENJAMIN A. HARBOUR. For the House of Representatlvea EVERETT W. WILSON, El'RETHA K. LA BARTHE, GEORGE ROMNEY, JR., JOSEPH E. TAYLOR, HEBERBENNION, ROBERT W. SLOAN, SCIP...

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. — 3 October 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. — 3 October 1896

7ETEKANS' COEJffiR, BOMB OOOD -SHORT' STORIES FOR OLD SOLDIERS. cans Bl4 -ATr KBd K.n win cs. Xiod! i Ot-1 Awlai fia failM.m . . f M Colons! Ctbar Bketefee. NCE I uru a iflL tf latril yQnSter hap- Not a shred ol care I knew: j Mirth was ever an the tapis. Winged with Joy the momenta flew. If I had-abeart. It never Was the kind Inclined to "love," And the meaning of "forever". Was a thing I dreamed not of. How I scorned my cousin Polly! "Nothing but a girl!" I said; How I mocked at melancholy. Moony, spoony brother Ned! Bat tie height of my abhorrence. Was a chap who went around, Quoting verses to "his Florence, With his eyes upon the ground. Woe for all my olden revels! " Mirth and Joy alack-a-day! Now I dance with the "blue devils If she looks the other way. Sbe! my heart is limp s vellum When I touch her tin?" glove. And there haunts my cerebellum "Love forever" ever, "love," Est (Oh, direst alteration 0 (Awful irony of fate!) L who from exalted station 1 Made such mockery but lat...

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. — 3 October 1896

RV - jr ;a ?-- 4z. .-.-. sr . ? t-S . . . J t-jt i CHIPS. earn -jam - -am Laf WlB CamFSsa. j-. "afamemeafiaasal BBMHMMIBB 5 wamav team,auB a"""""- j.i- - ' aaasmam iMr.MHHW k J. O. CXIciaa ktieaaly SK AAKS VN MB mm ma ie vita .. Weferfwwe igNt xraae. li aeftkal eieefc taroea To Tale Calefe yml Ima eeaa tl -a etet tte ukm awa, kii bm1s rata f Bzyaa at he. if taey C8a eaiy BC UkMikH a& NOTOB- 3 ItnaavaaMraeairea mflliea uaujedty, maiYafca jell rail ke Tn raMfew cat tke Brjaa "job n liTititrrT-- " la a. certaia w t Tker fediere ia fwiwf-ngthe iaaacml policy of SeaeUry Faster aad Secretary Car Saie; jaitgarttiriTig Grorer Qere kaaVa toad itiaing policy; a tb pediiil Ta; tTir imrirr "r coatzactiae; tke Tolaaseofmoaey, aaa iasteaiag tfce megfe gola atamiari da tae weatry, as is tareateaed fey tke McKifiky party. Tkej Uxor tke iBBidiinnri oc w uunm " aajiul apuiniarimi of gold to 200 perceat. "If tkk fee trcasofi, ties tjaufce tke most of it." S. B. NEWMAN. 76" Orresm Tkextme. Ir x mas...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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