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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 November 1895

v)B "Tl h miTfiiTiTfwjK w aMtwl wat ' WS '--i THE BROAD AX. Jf V , B.' - ft -, -jjrtsrlfc SOUTH CAROLINA vs. IGNORANCE. Much turbulence of spirit has been saaaifeeted within the past few. weeks, over the proposed change of the organic law in the state of South Carolina. A large amount of the explosion of words and bitter invectives have been the sequence of an inflamed judgment, of political prejudice, or of a pro found ignorance of the question. As the Broad Ax is the accepted organ of a number of colored people in Utah, and as it is read bj many of the race who honestly dif fer with our political viewswe there fore believe that it is our duty, as well as our privilege, to place this "matter right before our readers. As we have stated, the dense ig norance of a subject of ttimes leads the human mind into the greatest errors; and upon this question it would seem that our people had jumped to the conclusion given out by the wily politician, that the state of South Carolina is seeking...

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. — 9 November 1895

J IWWJ.'q' Ml ViitMBESSir! ' ''-5. i ,'?-r O teTiir-2i?r L'.5. ii TLJI' . jbk--. .. ' -":-. '-i-;' - , jr . - .?-:?se; "'..-- "CTgS) St . - -. .s r ""'-, .- KE?v to the Line. -. '.&" -feIrlR? " III J( I'L' " llfefcv JAi jqcw , IB LlsirHAm Yol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 9, 1895. No. 11. THE NEW DEMOCRACY. -Address delivered November 1895, by Julius F. Taylor. 1st, selves had sought a new land to en joy freedom and independence. Navr York and Pennsylvania, not only tolerated slavery, hut it actual ly existed within their borders until long after the Revolutionary War. All the slaves, during the early period of this century, were the product of the African slave trade; the slaves being brought by the shipload direct from Africa and the islands of the tropics. The New England settlers, being ex pert seamen, and avaricious sailors. engaged largely in the slave trade for the immense profit there was in the business; so thousands of these poor creatures were yearly landed in 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. — 9 November 1895

ww-wituniiii'y,' -- -MPi-v .-..3TVT-:vV ivftk- jTwn& ""tV--. ' . J"CK .5r.-" f- .' Hew to the Line. . - d dSE . iiiijiihiii ibiiii p MgMPilllM'niMMff I wWfcw mmmimm mmimmm n mmmmmmmmmmmamm mmmmm mmnm ll BB'wffg "Z.r Mf ir-sTm ? dK j-- ".'-'," .jEBPBSrl' 'JT ?zr . ."- ,BSiBiPsSeffSw!5y1,.'-- - XA.iifc - -" - - - i JC S ". - . . . , "" m - -". wJ, i -C ?' inf.- - . - - swr'"yr-i"?s:--'1?- . y- -r -v - -.- - .--.. -.r "-fei fiKX life) Sr-A -NF Tol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 9, 18.96. No. 11. THE NEW DEMOCRAGY. .Address delivered November 1895, by Julius R Taylor. 1st, I DXSI&E on this occasion to lire- sent to you a few plain conclusions, founded upon facts and history. and tending to proTe that there is New Democracy, or rather, per haps a new feature to the old Democracy. A few years ago it would have -been a sorelty to see, or hear of a colored Democrat: and even now. in .some communities, they are rare . species. But my friends, there are thousands of them in the Un...

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. — 9 November 1895

J -f .V fV.iJT ,-" . $ THE BROAD AX. J)Q Broad x PUBLISHED WEEKLT. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principle of Democracy, but farmer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say, mo long as their language Is proper aiiu responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform Is broad enough lor 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 Tear. - - $2.00. Six Months, --- LOO. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, - 1 8.00. Five Hundred, . 12.60. One Thousand, - - 30.00. Single Copies, .05. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. p& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, GO Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Entered at Post Office matter. as second-class THE NEW DEMOCRACY. Con...

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. — 9 November 1895

,7 i i imiii-ltlW-JJ.r-"--pfrltf LTT --.i... .WJB.ii t- --t Kk &r9WGBr. 7? a --"' 5yHs,- - -sai?SrV - -' ..,.- T - t , ' C .' THE BROAD AX. 8 i J ' ; , ar M mr - i I, ..... - . , CHIPS. "Whom the Lord loveth he chas tiseth." He loves us mighty well, judging from the returns; but we still lire, and will be in it next time.-s4 " The Broad Ax was on hand election day at the fifth precint, in the person of the editor, and we flatter ourselves that some good work was accomplished thereby. To elect even one man in this Republican stronghold is not bad. The editor was there until the result was known, and assisted many colored men to vote their first Democratic ticket. The Broad Ax predioted a few weeks ago, that we could write the obituary notice of the Plain Double Dealer, a newspaper run by a gang for boodle. Our prophecy is veri fied, as the said newspaper is no more, having died of starvation. Bro. W. W. Taylor, like old dog Tray, was caught in bad company, and went down with this...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 November 1895

V, i QFgMSftgBgfifgm m$-r Ixs1sHB9B9iS'rasfcsiifcMRx'i&rstms ate'j -y A.! "- JV- .ir - BEOAD Iffr 4K3- ' 'Se'bIPS I rgysi&; rji - ;-- ap?i - jasv.nT. Tcana."HiM nfcn' .-qi, '- - .r " T.- -. mm yn MtefrT. - -yr THE BEOAD AX. fe. ' -a- I I 1 4fc. J TO OtJR HEADERS AND - 'FB&NDS:' Thk BmabAx desires) to state -t fee case fiakly and trutkfully, to our friends and tbe public general ly. We Vegan tbe publicatiea of tie Broad Ax last August, in the interest of true Democratic prin ciples and for tbe shows of the inuaortal party of Jefferson and -Jackson. We were coaspelled to rely upon an appreciatiTe public for our support During the past -caapaign we bare distributed thousands of copies Jrec all over Utah. "We have sent our paper free to eTery colored man in Salt Lake City, and the effect has been -of benet to the party, as seen by -the large. Democratic rote of tne -colored men. While, during the campaign, we made an especial effort to reach the colored voters, yet we claim ...

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. — 16 November 1895

.' ' - -. .JJBT. V r. -- . ..... . - - 1 - .... os.--"1 rA .T-.. --' '-:-. -f- . " . --. - .- "'..'-"1". " I 'ir X -- . "';S -"iiSfe JPS cQ)" -. ''"'k- ?.-. " 3r2Mi i-x szr:- . -.- - - . i -. . - Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY UTAH, NOVEMBER 16, 1895. No. 12. THE DREADED LYNCH LAW. The public mind is kept con tantly agitated over the horrible scenes of lynch law, -which are of such frequent occurrence all over tTip TTmtftd States, and which are a blot and a disgrace to any commu- nity. It is also true, tuat just about election time, the Republi can press teems with blood-curdling accounts of Southern outrages upon the poor colored people of that section, many of which are true, but a great number are exagger ated, colored ap and actually manu factured for campaign purposes. "We deprecate mob law as much as anyone; we believe, in every case, the law should be permitted to take its course; it is the only safe maimer of dealing justice to the law-breaker. Whenever a community ...

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. — 16 November 1895

n t-.-. - -i'i?-. . -SHr.'.r T V - ff woowwSd" - . . . W- - ., y f. f. n THE BEOAD AX. ?" u . Tt Jl?e Broad k PUBLISHED W'KKKLT. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold tfee true principles of Democracy-, but termer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights 01 labor, inndeit, Mormons, HepuDiicans, PriMta, or any one else can have their say. Iobjj as their laneu&ge 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 communications will bars atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - -. - $2.00. Six Months. - - LOO. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, - - $ 8.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 90.00. Single Copies, - . - .05. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, G6 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor....

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. — 16 November 1895

4, THE BROAD 'AX. 3 THE INDIAFSLAMENT HE MOURNS FOR THE VANISHED HAP PINESS OF HIS RACE. A Cblppew Talks Ffemlllarlr of tbe Cs (oms of His Tribe He Feel That the Whites Did the Indian GrleToea Wrwj. The FarmdlM That Za Gobs. "Before the white men came we "were men," eaid a Chippewa friend. These people look back upon their past as upon a lost paradise, in which there were happiness and innocence. They repudi ate the descriptions of them written by white historians as the work of enemies, seeking to justify cruelties and wrongs. "Our fathers always did what was right, and they punished bad men. They were kind and true to their friends and terrible only to their enemies. We were great warriors, and we fought for our own a long time. It was not the white men's arms, but their vices, which ruined us." "What makes you think that the old times were so much better? You have good laws, no wars, and the government will not let you go hungry. Is not this better than the old precarious and dan...

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. — 16 November 1895

s gag& - --- - - - . -- - --TS'ire?mtiRigSS:" '" ' - H 9Bmsmmsgam&w&3WswsB& -'sarassre-r ". ; THE BROAD AX. v- V WASHINGTON LETTER. Ftob Oar Begnkr CorrespoBdeBt Washington, Not. 11, 1895 . Democrats are extracting con. siderable consolation out of the old political maxim, that "a party is nerer in such great danger as just after it has won areat victory," and that it is a wise maxim, the political upheavals of the last eight or ten years fully prove. No great er political victory was ever won in this country than that which in 1892 put the Democrats in posses sion of the executive and legislative branches of the government. Yet, look what followed. In 1894,- dis sension in Democratic ranks, and a Republican Congressional victory; in 1895, more Democratic dissen sion and Republican victories in states heretofore safely Democratic. The dissension in the ranks of the victorious Republican party is al ready marked, and it is not confined to -the fight over the president...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 November 1895

SlH g&ggSSSgKLitXJuIi . matmr --?- i - THE BROAD AX. WASHINGTON LETTER. . Frem Oar Begukr Correspoadeat Washington Not. 11,. 1895 . Democrats are extracting' con siderafele consolation oat of the old political maxim, that "a party is never in such great danger as just after it has won arreat victory' and that it is a wise maxim, the political upheavals of the last eight or ten years fully prove. No great er political victory was eTer won in this country than that which in 1892 put the Democrats in posses- sion of the executive and legislative branches of the government. Yet, look what followed. In 1894,- dis sension in Democratic ranks, and a Republican Congressional Tictory; in 1895, more Democratic dissen sion and Republican victories in states heretofore safely Democratic. The dissension in the ranks of the victorious Hepubucan jarty is al ready marked, and it is not contioed to the fight over the presidential candidate of the party, 'bat includes thepolicytobe followed by th...

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. — 23 November 1895

r-vr Hn Dor f n) ' -1 - " -t S&fcSsy - V -w4 ill lyvl 2 v . " -' '' 'J?rZ - Hew to the iine. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, TJTAS, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. No. 13; A STAE OP HOPE. The elections of 1894, followed by a repetition of the suae result- 1895, demonstrates beyond eavil, that the people are dissatisfied frith aur present rulers. In fact, almost since the close of the civil .. i. . it. TTri.J rar, tne people oc lae uuucu State have shown an unrest and itisfaotion with the party in power, in 1873, urant carriea me country OTer Greeley by almost three quarters of a million Totes. Four years later, in 1876, Tilden's I pluraity over Hayes, was almost a quarter of a million on the popular Tote. la 1880, .Garfield heat Han cock by OTer ten thousand votes. At the aezt election, in 1884, Cleveland received twenty-five thousand more votes than Blaine. In 1888, Harrison received nearly one hundred thousand more votes I than Cleveland; aad in 189!, the popular verdict was again reversed, and Cl...

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. — 23 November 1895

VsiL G037 ICvL 9Su 2 'ilM:? : -. ir? life) TJEsrsrrMC t'- Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, TJTAJE, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. No. 13. A STAR OF HOPE! The election of 1894, followed ay a repemioa or ine use reamv 1895, demonstrates beyond cavil, hat the people are dissatisfied -with. but present rulers. In fact, almost rer since the dose of the civil rar, tne people oc iae uuitcu States have shown an unrest and satisfaction with the party in 3wer. in lovz, iranx carriea mo auntry over Greeley by almost three quarters of a million votes. four years later, in 1876, Tilden's pluraity over Hayes, was almost a quarter of a million on the popular rote. In 1880, .Garfield beat Han- ck by over ten thousand votes. it the next election, in loiJ4. leveland received twenty-five thousand more votes than Blaine. 1888, Harrison Teceived nearly Irae hundred thousand more votes than Cleveland; and in 1892, the popular verdict was again reversed, Cleveland beat Harrison by a large vote. Each president...

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. — 23 November 1895

ijanTatfJtffifflViaffaprtWf bSttNHIaiMi " - " - v - :-f? - - .-5ssr- ? -f. THE' BROAD AX. A Xl?e Broad fa PUBLISHED WKBSXY. 'wm vTOnlt and at all times uphold tk t TvrfnrJnlea of Dftmocracv, but- bmen, Catholics, Protestants, Kilghts of Labor, Iafldela, Mormona, Republicans, PriMts, or any oneelae can have their say, m loag ai their Unpuage is proper and reepoxuibuity is fixed. Thk Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. , . . . Local eommnnications will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - SfOO. Six Month. LS" Three Months, - - In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, - jJ-OO. Five Hundred, - . 12.50- One Thousand, - - 'MSr Single Copies, - . - .Oo. Advertising rate made known on appli cation. p&- Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX. 60 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. SnUred ai Post Office m...

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. — 23 November 1895

wiiim i jauUJUJ M THE BROAD AX. f'S'- TOM AND I. From tbe noraent that Tom aanifested the first glow of passion far mo bo w&s the most sensitive lover any girl ever had. Not jealous and selfish as many lovers are, but proper and punctilious in his tearing to ward me, and allowing nothing from me that wore the slightest appearance of In difference or neglect. lorn and I were sweethearts and engag ed. Why we never married I will tell you also. Perhaps you would not have been Interested 4b this story from the start had I told you I am a spinster at whom men no longer look. Yes, I have lost the laurel wreath of youth and beauty, and conse quently have no friends among the other sex. I am a spinster, loveless and lonely, and do not know In all the world where Tom is, If indeed ho be in the world at alL Ms strange that I can control my heart to speak of all my woe and disappointment and I would not were it not that others may profit by the warning this love tale will convey. When we h...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 November 1895

t gggl . . - " ' ' -C f ' ... 5c' . ?? to VkV-" ivrr Sn J THE BROAD AX. .jit pleasant ladies to meet and are the leaders of oar society. Both ladies read amd admire the Broad Ax, and they think the address, "The New Democracy," Tery fine. The entertainment riven on the 19th of this month, at the A. M.E. church, "was sot a success finan cially, but .socially it was all that could be desired. The speakers of the evening were Mr. M. Durham and. John R. Simpson. Rev. Cason greeted all with a cordial shake of the hand and tried to make those present feel at home. Salt Lakk Citt, Noy.1995. Editor Broad Axi Hack -coemendatioa is dee job far the bright, newsy paper which to are, giving the public The aaissioaary w.otk yea are aorag aasoag the colored class of eitisens 'ahoaki receive the encouragement of all liberal minded people. If the colored people are to ad Tanee iapropertioa to their oppor aaities, they mast live, act and more ia-thepraseat, thus preparing themselves for the aew dutie...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 November 1895

L.. TiTTtohiwMMriiPMw!liiiiifriiil1l jtiTiSsfWrTrsTi- ----" tfei SP t- R- T .&&&' .r'Q? .-;'. ::- THE BROAD AX. -i - Lfc lif V&1 r-t- c Saw Xiao Citt, Nov.1995. JSiUsr Brd Axi Mack coameodatkm k dae yoa inr the rgkt, aewsy paper which yoa. are. giving the paolic. The ausnoaary work yea are doing aaaoag the colored class of eitiiens "shonki receive the encouragement of all liberal sainded people. If the colored people are to ad ranee in propertioa to their oppor tunities, they mast lire, act and move in the present, thus preparing -thcnm elves for the new duties of -the future. Allowing old preja dices, bos of them founded on falsehood and for base purposes, to awerve their judgment can only tend to prevent thes from perceiv ing the heat interest of their race, aad ako robs their country of a service which it may justly-demand all ita citiaens. "Were we to Iceefrcontinually fight img the battles f the Bevolutioa over and over again, mastering our hatred and bad will t...

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. — 30 November 1895

k 'Tm 1 T"f s KW vL -jfCSc)" gG2c) A"t Hew to the Line. m - rt, & WJ ,ra"SSSiV, f k-s. Cl RV7 e.B -dinA3ii , ' Ak ', x J IL v!fes!f JW&Sb WjWJih Xy Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, TTTAS, NOVEMBER 30, 1895. No. 14. IUE TICKET FOR 1806. For President: JOHN T. MORGAN, OF ALABAMA. Far Vice-President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Or NEBRASKA. OUR PLATFORM! 'TREE SILVER, MORE MONEY. AND AMERICA FOR AMERICANS. We fling this banner to the breeze, and nail it to our masthead. It will inspire hope, and bring a rich reward, to toiling millions of ur countrymen. Hurrah for Morgan and Bryan! THE COLORED RACE IS MARCHING ON It is am interesting, as well as an important matter to know of the advancement and progression of the negro race as the result of thirty-two years of freedom. A generation has passed since slavery was destroyed and it is now a question of how rapid ly has the slaTe improved tha opportunities of liberty, in regard to his financial, intellectual and moral condition. We all know. that when...

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. — 30 November 1895

mnoiaaaBWiirai J? vCS" M 5l2 & Hew to the Line. IB Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAJS, NOVEMBER 30, 1896. No. 14. IBB TICKET FOR 1896. For President: JOHN T. MORGAN, OF ALABAMA. Far Vice-President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, O? NEBRASKA. . OUR PLATFORM: IEE SILVER, MORE MONEY, AND AMERICA FOR AMERICANS. We fling this banner to the ireeze, and nail it to our masthead. It -will inspire hope, and bring a ich reward to toiling millions of countrymen. Hurrah ior Morgan and Bryan! THE COLORED RACE IS MARCHING ON It is u interesting, as well as ; an important matter to know of the advancement and progression of the negro race as the result of Ithirty-two years of freedom. :A generation has passed since slavery was destroyed and it is now a question of how rapid ly has the shvre improved tht opportunities of liberty, in regard to his financial, intellectual and moral condition. We all know. that when a slave he owned nothing, not even himself. So it would be difficult to form an adequate con ception ...

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. — 30 November 1895

THE BROAD AX. J)Q Broad .x bat Dies 01 iMHiocracT. Catholics, Protestants, luiignw . Infidals. Mormons. BeDOblicans, PUBLISHED WEEKXT. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold tae true pnncr laraaera. of Labor. Priests, or any one else can hare their say, mo loxg 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 om saind. Local sommanlcations will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. falx Month. - - - LOO. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, $ 3.00. Fire Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, - . - .05. Adrertising rates made known on appll eaCea. pF Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 06 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. MUsrtd at Post Office matter. as second-class CHIPS. There may be as many Turks "...

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