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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1897

V" , --?'. " vP,- n &ya, Hew to the Line. rto IPS??" ' ,au t "It is Ebiob jlloki ithich , C ifBEDS the Support ofj' ( GrOVEHinNT;TiuTHCAlTl STAXD BT ITSELF." 4 Tkomas Jiffeson. j I ijFJ) -. TaWF - ' "" - ' " wkj B SHALL S1E WH0 GOING J i T' flft fffrL..,!.. , J7U Zby& ' m,.- f T0 RDLE TKE Monet J ih l ffc llflfjN& f Power orthe People." J y y J J H J3V P yp ?l IP JJx&&i73 V?yS v Andrew Jackson. 1 Vol. II. THE TORREY BANKRUPT LAW. In article one, section eight, clause four of the Constitution of the United States, it is provided that Congress shall have power to establish "uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States." This power given to the Federal Congress has been exercised only three times in 1880, in 1841, and in 1867. All were emergency laws and were promptly repealed when the emergency passed. What is known as the Torrey Bankrupt Bill, a measure prepared by Jay L. Torrey, of St. Louis, was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1897

:r 3 Ztd. R ' fc ft 6" lb ef iU The Broad Ax. fUBIISHlD WsUULY. Wm n imiiilfitn aad at all times BpaeJd ta Vtub prteelpW e Dk-secncr, 1t txcmxn. CatfaeVcs, Pwteetaata, Kalgataef Labor. laMela, Uermeaa, EepabllciBa, Priests, or aay oee ties caa btii their say, bo less as tselr WinTnm-lf prefer aad reapefl)Wty Is fixed. Tfc Bread Ax U a newspaper wboae plat, farm U bread eaoasa foe all. erer clabalns the editorial rljjat to apeak lt own silntX. Local cfeuBUBlcatleaa Trill hare attention; write eslr oa ase aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear $i(W Hx Months LOO Three Month CO Advert! sine rates tnade known on appliesAddress all cojBmnnlcatioa to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Ctau. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. PabUaher aad Editor. Katered at PoetoAce as secoad-claas matte. The best conversationalist is the one Who can listen the longest without be-' trayisg his annoyance. Some young men would get along feetter if Qiey had less point to their shoes and more to their conversat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1897

iWJS; , ' '$f - v , f' JSOFTHEPLOETS JDICATIONS THAT AFFECT EVERY HUMAN 1.1 TK. Cennlagbam's rre-a Kf iMngs far Jwa VftVA VAJkAVBA . - . , ropnlai Soma ZastraeMeiu r Mas CBjdne of AppUcanta f er Horoacgyss . HE astrologer la receiving many reQaests for fre readings tkroagk these colaaxs. Each request It numbered irhea received and every one 17111 be aaewered la. Its turn. The astrologer again calls atteai to the fact that each request mast i the date, place and hour of 'felrth, kim sex ana coior, wita nm name ua of sender. The initials only -1 place of residence will be used ia le reaams. B exact aoont tne hoar of Mb. If applicants do not know the or hour they should send two ent stamps for special lastrucisss. rersons wisamg taeir norosm made Immediately and forward1 by mall must seal twelve two-cent ap to cover expenses. Name and must be plainly written. Adall communications to Prof. O. . Cunningham, Dept 4, 194, So. Cllata street, Chicago. This weeks readings are as fallows: Bets...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1897

o IftV Ti Vh - S", cy IC- , ' ... 'j - IK tf Ifi . BP' k )- V ire ' -"k "SHOT aw Tat Ho. W. W. Taylor, tie jgroataat dead-beat is. ike Wale -trorlfl, tu it eae tuaa star boarder ia a Minneepolk boarding how; bat we kare been i&ogd. Hut tbe sew Moses rcn avmyvithout paying bis board bill. .And from that time right up to this very joinate this mighty god has been subject to its and spells; and it is a well known -fact that whenever these fits and spells come over our great saint that- he, the saint, rushes into a cheap saloon; and they claim and assert that our great Sunday School Superintendent gulps down one gallon of five cent whisky" at a time, in order to drive away these fits and spells. Mr. Taylor, we honestly believe tkat these fits and spells will leave you. without your being compelled to drink cheap whisky, if you will only call on Day, Rowe & Co., and pay them for the groceries which tou ordered and received d urine the past three years. Mr. Taylor,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1897

-- f v wjro Y IT ISRKOB AXONE WHICH,? HEEDS THE SUPPOBT OF GoYERNXXNTjTbUTH CAI STAKD BY ITBETJ? ." ? '6'VA RULE, THE VER OR THE! ftt)TMOMAS JEFFERSON.' Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, tTTAH, FEBRUARY 27, 1897. "c a; No. 27. V: W ) .JL csc)" 5, ''By the Etebnal we 1 SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING 1 V w f W", V wV ve r 1 "X "W. W g 'lire f iesrssrrM Po 4jy) JlKMllEoV VISIT OF THE IDAHO . LEGISLATURE. Last Monday the whole of the Idaho Legislature w&3 in our city, and met in joint session with the Legislature of our State in the hall of the House in the City and County Building. For two and & half hours the law makers of the respective States indulged themselves in expressions of friendship, in flight of oratory, in parliamentary tactics, and especially did the visitors set forth with earnestness the beauties, the great resources and the grandeur of Utah. The Idaho people came for the purpose of learning by actual obsemtion something about the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1897

rfjn V i The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "WiQ tuesaBleale asd at all 'tees ophold the -tew prtedfto of Democracy, but turner, esthetics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, la UtiM, Monaoas, Republicans, Priests, or any eae.esse caa bara their sty. to loss as their kfifmntr Is proper sad respeu3ullty U fixed. The Broad Ax Is ft newspaper whase platterm la bread eacmgh for all, rrer claiming the editorial right to apeak Its own mind. jeeal coasasslcatloBS Trill bat attention; w-ifte oBly oa rae aide of the paper; SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear 52.00 Hz Months .. 1-00 SEree Months -SO Advertising rates -sade known on application. Address all cesssnnlcaUons to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at PoatoSce as aecoud-clAM mattet Success- attends those who make thi beat of what is near at hand, -without waking for remote contingencies. i Ob of the greatest afflictions that ecu be placed on a person 1b to bear the surface indications o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1897

"r n1 v,' Uiirteen-Year-Old 1 imiQ raraiyzea. ., Csnsed By a Nerroas Affection, rt-rom the Times, Paola, Kansas.) ,CpT family w that or Mr. James . of Hillsdale, Kansas, oa whom m reporter lLXA.mil J " n. T " k ... .i..u.AwwTilaTnkAtn1ftarn tlllfAr.ta imnnerof the cure of their IS year ".j t.a -fnf xrprA lAarnrrl ttyitti cKinney herself, who quickly told P..n-nncr storv: Jr first perceptible result of her ex??oE child In her rteht limb," said eother, "and a physician was called la reedber. Ko apparent cnangecomin?, Ejoatinued to grow worse, although we Ske use entirely of her right arm, which Sr listless, and apparently lifeless by tfUB- n.,i .u .... tt t The pnysioaua luuuijr imu. ub, wxiu. JIB. JlCttiUUCJ, U. -"""-.J "" It m luuc, uui ujr Buuutait mj ad picked np a circular m nis anop. k h iehlv recommended Dr. "Williams ipni for Pale Poople.that we concluded i them. Mr. McKinney procured a box I&ines' lrnp store in Paola, and we ber : . , n ! ti nair villi ar y,ma i I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1897

Bjn vy . ie h .j "J5HOT NO. 4." Ok Moad&y, SepteaDer 4th, 1805, ce dy before the Democratic State coaventkm convened at Og&m, ire aaet the Hon. W. W. Taylor wkile ire were passing the National Bask of the Republic. The before mentioned gentleman requested us to halt, which we did. Then he began by saying' that "a great many of his warmest and best frieads belonged to the Democratic party, and that he was appointed J to the only position which he had ever held in Salt Lake or. in any other city, by a member of that party." , During our -conversation with the gentleman he also said that "if he really thought he could make two or three hundred dollars by, advocating Democracy through the colamns of his paper he would gladly do it" But notwithstanding all of the above stated facts, Mr. Taylor attended a meeting of the A. Lincoln Colored Republican club that very same night, and when Mr. P. W. Nelson introduced his resolution, which denounced Julius F. Taylor as b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 March 1897

--K T7j,1.' TWV1 v: - 7 .t ? - rjw--tCS . -a -; -r '' f-2 - . raN It is Ebior alone which j HEEDS THE SUPPORT OF GovernmentjTruth CA"N SHALL 8IE WHO IS GOIXft TO STJLE, TEE MOHET STAND BY ITSELF." Power or the People. Thomas Jefferson AvnBtw jArrramr. 1 '' WW MHWal m Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 6, 1897. No. 28. ' fe '? JPi' cs- . && . 'By the Eternal wxj PRESIDENT WOODRUFFS CELEBRATION. Last Sunday and Monday President Woodruff celebrated his ninetieth birthday. The exercises on Sunday were given by the Sunday schools, in order that an opportunity might be afforded the children of meeting their honored and rerered leader. Monday, the 1st inst., was in fact, the ninetieth anniversary of his birth, and there, in the beautifully decorated Tabernacle assembled eight or nine thousand people to pay their respects and offer congratulations to the sturdy psssidzst "wiuord woodbitf. pioneer and beloved President. The United 8tatea celebrates ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 March 1897

. on.z&apr" 3- x r jt - i .-& The Broad Ax PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will prMsatgate aad at all Uaet npbold tt r tree fcrlKipks et Deweracy, feat farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of tabor, InM. MorsoBs. Beesbllcaas, Priests, or any . ese else can save- their say. ao loss as their Saasuare Is proper and resposhllIty Is fixed. ' v The Broad Ax la a newspaper wbose platform Is broad enough for all, erer claiming ' ,the editorial right iu speak Its own mind. - Local communications will hare attention; , write only on one side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear 52-00 Sr Months LOU rhree Months ' M - Advertising rites made known on application. i 1 Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, " 710 Main Street, j S Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS P. TATLOB.. Publisher and Editor. . Batered at Postoflce as second-class martrt l?very one la the object of somebody's suspicion, and chonld regulate Ids conduct with that thought in mind. i poultry show in Kansas City claims ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 March 1897

,-V'--4.' -xT -I -HF ? jgTBOLOGICAL LOBE. aflNB OF THE PLANETS TIMES OF BIRTH. AT ,m pg Xot Exert aaa Xaflaeaea Orer L bat Indicate Brest Ukaly Oecor Comaa froa tba XrrPajaaSi HE planets do sot exert aa Influence orer life. Their position at the time of a person's birth only indicate what that life k likely to be. The science has come down to ss from the earliest ages of man, and was one of the toregst arta In the days of the supremacy i cnt TWO Banar years ago its jfriTil began. Its progress' has been ay Mneclallr in England and the jilted States. The most enllgntened jUds of the century are giving It 'gKitl study, and Its popularity u ,pln in the ascendant. rhr, free readings in these columns ioold not be confounded with f ortuneajUng. The most cultnred In the land nAv astroloCT. No sensible person jm notice of fortune-tellers or for-tae-Ulllng. The popularity of our tt readings attest the esteem in itich the science is held. Letters from physicians, lawyers, bankud merchants. App...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 March 1897

-, - . " -.- JL .-.. irv I'1 wz --., BOMB NO. I. If nil tree that GottsTOOt Hebtr M. Wdk XBoairsd a rerektio& diwet from tie Lord reqaestiaf lua, tie Goranor, to select -tie Hon. W. If. Ttsjlor, nd tie Hoa. P. W. Keleoa to serre m tie two leadmg BfiMmTnniniinn to the Tennessee cwteaakl, tiea ve are of tie opinxm liat tie Lord k & sughty poor jroneet an. Darisf oar boyhood days tre ware tang it to believe that the Lord kseir eTCrything from the beginxsag to tie ead of tie world, and if it is a fact that the Lord does kaow ererythiHg, and that he, the Lord, does Misceo up in all the dJE&irs of sen, then we, are of the agression that he should hare varaed the Governor not to choose thaee two gentlemen, because they hare become very offensive to the Skostrils of all the decent members of oar race throughout Utah. Mr. Nelson has left the city in disgrace, and the chances are two to one that he will never return to pay back the large sums of money that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 March 1897

- f f V H f ,1 -i . -.? t " It is Ekkor alone which v NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF2 ''By the Etebnal ms Goyernment;Truth CAtf SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING STAND. BY ITSELF." 'fe TO EDLE, THE MONET Thomas Jefferson. Poweb ob the People.' i cAsssrSftSsjSscit Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. ,w -$$ jpvL c 'sic- 7 y Vol. II. N. L- NELSON'S LETTER TO THATCHER. In the Semi-Weekly Enquirer of Friday, March 5th, 1897, appeared an open letter by Prof. N. L. Nel. son of Froro, addressed to Moses Thatcher. In the first step Mr. Nelson insalts Mr. Thatcher and a very large portion of the Democracy of this State when he says that "your popularity was a case of noise not numbers." "This letter will aim to voice the sentiments of that silent majority of the Democratic party who hare watched your movements first with anxiety, then wit amazement, and at last with disgust." It is not true that Mr. Thatcher's popularity was a case of noise not cambers, and Mr. Nelson knows that he has either wilfully or ignorantly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 March 1897

M31 'rx The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will prosralgate and at all time uphold ta tnt eriscrples of. Democracy, bet farmer Catholics, Protectants. Knights of Labor, InSdels,Hormoni, Bepobllcan, Priests, or any one else can have their say, so Ions as their language Is proper and responsibility is fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper naoae platform Is broad enough for all, erer clabslng the editorial right to speak Its own mind, Local communications will haTe attention; write only on one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: .One Year ? Six Months 1Three Months AdrertUing rates made known on application. Address all communication to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .Publisher and Editor. Entered at Postofflce as second-class mattet People who are not able to take care of their private conduct are hardly fit to prescribe rules for others. There Is as -much difference between Information and gossip as there is between walnut and bass wood. Don't blame the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 March 1897

pBWAY'S "WIFE. ADISON JA'NEway was always pointed out as a "self-made man" and was well satisfied with his own handiwork, for content radiated from his full face and from nla figure, which had lost its youthful muscle ... -rooninir waves of flesh. Mr. "Jewy bad satisfied his ambitions asTptfea. uneasily. "But you look just It Is possible for a man to do it. same." He said this to see if she w ?!ntPiv for his content these as 'Idons were of the kind that ,are U often realized. He had a hand's) wife and three bright children; Jris president of the state bank, an Caution known to be founded on the It of sound finance; , he had been jor of Shewanee and was a member (the legislature. So much of earthly jjfj had fallen to his share. ffien he read the obituary of another jtf.made man he always nodded his bid sagely as much as to say: "I h0ff now ll goea; a " jjtflng myself." In fact Mr. Jane t's election to trie legislature came the admiration the electors had for ,nan of the people. When ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 March 1897

KSaH NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE BROAD AX. Duxuf a tie past two weeks we Bade oar tkird boHBess trip to the fbllowiBf cities aad towas: Eichfieldt Ghbjlhob, Manti, Ephraim, SpriBg City, ML Pleasant, Fairview, Moroai and Nephi. And it affords 8a much pleasure in stating that all of oar two hundred and odd readers were well pleased -with our paper, and they all renewed their subscriptions to it without the least hesitation. And we added the following new names to our mailing list: KICHFIILD. James M. Peterson, banker. Mr. Peterson is also one of the directors of the Utah Commercial and Savings Bank of this city, and he is. regarded as being one of the sharpest business men in Southern Utah. H. E. Taylor, dealer in clothing, boots, shoes, dry goods and notions; H. W. Ramlose, dealer in. wines, whiskies and cigars; W. A. Seegmiller, postmaster; Hon. George T. Bean, attorney-at-law; Judge Bean owns one of the best law libraries in Utah. E. W. McDaniel, county attorney. Judge McDaruel is consi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 March 1897

. '-, Wf . .jjj 1."''.' " v .f r"VV. -""""" 'J "?l v5J 'It is Erxor alone "vthich ''By the Eternal we ifeeds the support of GovernmentjTruth CAnI stand by itself." Thomas Jefferson. SHALL SEE "WHO IS GOING . TO RULE, THE MONEY (S-Vft, &y0Power or the People." 4 Avnnvw TiorEnw - w W -AW W ftassfcsssfc :rcsA5fc Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 20, 1897. No. 30. SUr , ? y -... - . - -r" 'K HP2 6JBrEr.4 v 'A T JjLg J W6f&W BySjn V MORE OF NELSON'S LETTER. In our last issue we touched upon a few of the po nts of Prof. Nelson's letter to Mr. Thatcher, and we now desire to call attention to a few others. Speaking to Mr. Thatcher of the "manifesto" Mr. Nelson says: "But no doubt the brethren, realizing vour want of that highest form of moral courage the courage to make amends hoped to bring you into harmony through your much vounted Democracy; as if they would have Raid: 'When all the Latter-day Saints have ratified it, Brother Moses can join wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 March 1897

Li S3 -- The Broad Ax PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will Broaralgate and at all time apseM tas tree prtadples of Democracy, bat firmer Catholic. Protestants, Knights of Labor,' laOdels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or uj bo else can bare their say, ao leas as their language Is proper aad respoaslhlllty Is fixed. Tbe Broad Ax U a newspaper whose platConn Is bread enough for all, erer daisies; the editorial right to speak Its own salad. Local communications will bare attention; write only on one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION? One Tear $2.00 Six Months LOO Three Months JK Adrertltlog rates made known on apyl'eitlun. Address all communication to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Entered at Pottofflce as second-class saattsf. It Is possible to Incur the everlasting enmity of a man by finding him -work that he cannot slight. The man whose life Is not more or less Influenced by some woman can be J depended on to make frequent mistakes. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 March 1897

flBEATEB NEW YOBK. E5,A IN THE HISTORY OF in ... -" - -' - L l.tion of the Now lork Central's rBST""' aav Jltver, and of the 93,000,000 Steel ndtct From 110th to 18 th Street. jjjw York, Feb. 5, 1897. One ol the g rtmarispDie ieaia oi: engineering record is nearlng completion, and. jjmlng Thursday Feb. 11, the passer entering New York from the jth will ride over one of the grandj examples ol bicci railway coubitucm yet aocomplished in this age of relous results in that direction. Going south at 119th street, the tracks jftbe New York Central begin to rise equally, and at 185th street they pos the Harlem river on the new fcy-track steel draw-bridge, at an elettfrn of 24 feet above high tide. His massive structure is remarkajlein Deing me t iuut-ubck arawjjge ever constructed, and is the tjest bridge of the kind in the world. t u 400 feet long and weighs 2,500 ja. The draw-bridge is 58 feet 6 ties wide, from center to center of Aid View of the New York Central's new four-track steel d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 March 1897

. - 'V .r --- v" p -tr , .: , Ftv ? w ha. r ANENT THATCHER. Tk Proro Eqairr x ITarck rKkcoaUias && Ope4 Letter" ad- ' diMMd to Moses -Tfetefeer by Prof. r N. L. NaStea. It ia aa uncalled for, Maake-tutei, old iroaiakk tell-Uk, aad ltaougl fall of iattYtiag situtkQS, it is as thorny Hul m bony as a porcupine rolled mp ato a ougerons knot, mth egotistic bristles sticking oat irith tke tewioa of a sew barked-wire feace ia a squatter's field. It does mot fail to display the spirit of SirajAo&a&d Chloe, whose ghosts are seen to kiss as they part Vith a kaag-iog look. Its fact o the matter is, some restless souk are very much on nettles to attack their superiors, especially ckaapioas of liberty and jastice; bat it would be beneath Moses to take notice of or even look back at the snarling dogs at las heels. There are times, however, when the rabies is prevalent, ouriag hot weather, it becomes necessary to lift the old hickory stick aad strike...

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