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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 30 November 1895

-t,. & 9CBZSaZB3BK THE BROAD AX. 1&LLY, THE EOOL. s BHr'a wife was as weather beaten and almost as gnarled and old lasmonoaas WmRelf. They were happrin tneirown way and fond of each other at heart, hut to supcniciai ODserrers men-mo wnauuo long discord. Billy's satiric tongue de lighted In teasing the too susceptible na ture of his spouse. But the true bone of contention between them was, If I may so express it, the sugar bowL The bane of poor Mrs. Billy's days was the effort to keep a supply of sugar In the house. Bll iv'a nnn creat nasslon was sugar. He would go through flro and water aye, through brimstone for sugar. Hide It where Mrs. Billy would, he would find It out, for no pressman had ever such a nose lor news" as tnat same ouij u : wis delectable dainty. He had one bright accompiisnraens which mado him a prime lavonie. no could lilt tunes as well as any man in Munster. How thoso boys ana girls ana old stagers, too could have the heart and strength to whirl through t...

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. — 30 November 1895

iAJ57-MI -r, -, , , , , I , , " J,, J1 '.IMIIftMj jjg20MEiS THE BROAD AX. WASHINGTON LETTER. From Our Regular Correspondent. "Washington, Not. 25, 1895. With fetr exceptions, Democrats ve agreed that it is the duty of the Democratic Senators to retain the control of the Stnate until they are forced to give it up. There mil he no occasion to fill the vacancy in the office of President pro tern of the Senate so long as Vice-President Stevenson is on hand every day to preside over the Senate, and lie can he counted upon to he on hand unless prevented hy serious illness. It is understood that the Democratic steering com mittee of the Senate will recom mend following this line of policy; also, that every measure which comes before the Senate shall he 5ully debated by the Democrats, in order that the position of the party may be thoroughly understood by 'the country. The Republican sen ators can, of course, obtain control of the Senate at once with the as sistance of the Populists, and wi...

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. — 7 December 1895

K -" J Wf vt V 5$QQ ft - Hew to the Line. J C2c" s nn - - ' - -- - -r. oik f sis?s8JreSSM v m i ' IV TR5U IUB lfcAVfoaS IB? issivs . Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 7, 1895. No. 15. THE COLORED RACE AT , ATLANTA. Monument of Their Progress, as seen at the Great Cotton Exposi tion. From a Village in Savage Life, to Banking, Invention and Fine Arts. The thousands of visitors at the i Atlanta Cotton States Exposition, are struck with surprise andwon- fderment at the magnitude and uniqueness of the exhibit of the negroes at this great show of the South. Many who come from the Northern states, or from foreign lands, expected to find the colored people's department filled with evi dences of a rude and barbarous race. But all such were pleasantly disap pointed; on the contrary they had the opportunity of beholding a characteristic Dahomey village, placed in contrast with the achieve ments of the race, in civilization, in. literature, in industrial lines, in finance and in the high a...

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. — 7 December 1895

&a y THE BROAD AX. r ' jl?e Broad k PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold tie true principles of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say, no long as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. Toe 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 have atten tion; wriuf 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 Rates: One Hundred, - $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, . .03. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. & Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX. 66 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. for the paper. The following is a partial list of our readers in Eure...

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. — 7 December 1895

r. THE BROAD AX. w n 1 Hardback. WiIbp Aa there many good situation In Smazley'dinew play? Blizncr I don't sco how there can be. The manager isn't ablo to pay salaries Boxhuiy (Mass.) Gaxctte. TKAT BICYCLE SUIT. fih haif not attended his chnrch very long, but was already one of the active workers, though not admitted to member thin. Miss Vance, one of the most derat ed members of his little flock, had brought her and introduced her as her friend, and the young people had speeauy tasen ner The yonng minister uou -nciwuiv uu i rladly. He was anxious to mate converts nd 6ecure new memiwra nuu v oping to induce Miss Alice Maywood to te with tno cnurcn ana mua mwuij r charming personality still more cioseiy th tha work, when something happened nrhlrii cooled his ardor In this airecuon and indeed left him puzzled as to what course to adopt with regard to this pecul iar young lady. One brieht spring morning as the min ister walked slowly along one of tho streets on the outskirts of the tow...

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. — 7 December 1895

.--V THE BROAD AX. t'l f'l M ft) J HI Orncz or The Faxoo Forum, Famo.N. D., Nov. 2, 1895. . F. Taylor, "Broad Ax? Salt Lake City: Mj Dear Sir. I have received two or three copies o your spicj paper recently, and today, the card invitation to your reception o yes terday I trust it was a success. Your many friends in Fargo and North Dakota are pleased to hear of your prominence in statehood affairs and, while many differ with your political views, all, personally, are pleased with the success you are attaining. With kindly sentiments of regard to Mrs. Taylor and yourself, I beg to remain as ever, Your friend, A. W. Edwards. Owing to the great amount of business that is transacted by the post office here at Salt Lake City, Postmaster Barratt could not find the time to send the letter to our office, until after it had laid in the office thirty days, as we only re ceived it on December 4th. "With this letter we received a Decoration Day address, delivered at Tower City, N. D., by Major 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. — 14 December 1895

v:T J(K & L ' i' " JB-. T f 1T- ' 3 W '& ' kc ' HRS fmrzssrL s CWL Y ftt Hew to the Line. Vol. I. .SALT LAKE CITY, TJTAJ3, DECEMBER 14, 1895. No. 16. OUR TICKET XTOR 1896. For President: JOHN T. MORGAN, Or ALABAMA. For Vice-President: WILLIAM J. BEYAN, OF NEBRASKA. OUR PLATFORM: FREE 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 our countrymen. Hurrah for Morgan and Bryan! of his office to crush the vital in terests of the great middle classes jn the South and "West. Give us Morgan and a good run ning mate from the "West and the people of this country will gladly unite tor elect them, and a political reformation will set in, which will finally bring prosperity and happi ness to the homes of millions of our fellow countrymen. MORGAN FOR PRESIDENT. Senator Morgan, of Alabama, has recently distinguished himself again, by the delivery ok a gre...

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. — 14 December 1895

t f THE BROAD AX. yj f J)Q Broad fix PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but famert, Catholics, Protestant, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say, o long as their language is proper and responsibility Is fixed. The Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose platform is broad enough for all, ever rUiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local ommnnlcations will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - SiOO. Six Months, --- LOO. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, 9 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, - . - .05. Adrertlslng rates made known on appli- eatfea. i l p0 Address all Communications to ' THE BROAD AX, G6 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. MnUrtd at Post Office as second-doss matter. CHIPS. What has become of Car...

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. — 14 December 1895

uuvt-JioimMB! If 4 .," A' v THE BROAD AX. IN THE APIARY. Calirornlan Account of Extraction Honey From Box Hires. A California apiarist, who "worked : an old apiary the past Beason ana -ntoH mnrft than 1.000 pounds of oey from the old boxes, gave his ex- ience. through The American uee loumal, as follows: I cut f onr pieces of latn, A, a, a, a, he length of the hive frames, and a at (B) an inch sqnare ana as long aa -width of the frames, and a small at (C) the same length, and nail im together as shown in the illnstra rv nnd alone the outer edVes of the atside lath drive some email nails ont three inches apart, letting the ads project one-quarter inch. A pair these pallets will be needed, and if I has an assistant two pairs will be nimd. I now cut the combs to fit the frames i nearly as practicable, and lay a piece ithe pallet so as to rest against tne ; B. aDd if there is room I pnt an- ner picee on the pallet resting against ae first piece. I now uncap the upper C ' lit F ;B " f H ...

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. — 14 December 1895

fi "- - v TO THOSE WHO FAIL. Courage, brave heart; nor In thy purpose falter; Go on and win the fight at any cost. Though alck and weary after heary con flict, Rejoice to know the battle Is not lost. The field is open still to those brave spirits Who noblystruggletill the strife is done. Through sun and storm,' with courage all undaunted, Working and waiting till the battle's won. The fairest pearls are found in deepest waters, The brightest jewels in the darkest mine; And through the very blackest hour of midnight, The star of hope doth ever brightly shine. Press on! press onl the path is steep and rugged, And storm clouds almost hide hope's llaht from view; But you can pass where other feet have trodden; A few more steps may bring you safely through. The battle o'er, a vUtor crowned with honors; By patient toil each difficulty past, You then may see these days of bitter failure But spurred you on to greater deeds at last Chamber Journal. WASHINGTON LETTER. From Our Regular Corresp...

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. — 21 December 1895

yLAjbLi m r--:---;? --. ?,--' - V ?&" s A'l ' P is? TO ,IIfe"srM SAC JO J CMw Hll RllfiS i'' X Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 21, 1895. No. 17. CHRISTMAS REFLECTIONS. Bzfokk another issue of this pa per the festive Christmas day will : have come and gone. This day, set apart for the celebration of the (birth of Jesus Christ, has become a lay of varied observance among sur people; some wise, but a major- are otherwise. What may be jper and what may be improper do on this day is not for us to letermine. One thing seems evi- ient: that is, if the day ever had any sacredness or religious signifi 'cance, it has about become obsolete, 'and nowadays the Jew, the heathen, . the infidel, the free thinker, the Unitarian, as well as the Christian, all treat the day as the proper occa sion for an exuberant flow of spirit and social excess. Gift making has grown to be almost a passion, and those who give and those who re ceive are kept in a state of nervous excitemen...

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. — 21 December 1895

L!W li : THE BROAD AX. Jfye Broad ix PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles ot Democracy, but taraaera, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have tlieir say. o long as their language Is proper and responsibility 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 eommanlcations will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. falx Months. - - 1.00. Three Months, - .60. la any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, $ 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.60. One Thousand, - 20.00. Single Copies, ... .05. . Advertising rates made known on appll eatfoa. pf Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX. C6 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. BmUnd at Post Office matter. as second-class CHIPS. When statehood comes, what...

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. — 21 December 1895

r - r THE BROAD AX. s2l JUST IN TIME. Nurse Ethel bad been with old Mr. Pardoe fir over six months, and the ex acting old lady was a bad patient. When Dr. Richard Westwood wont to University hospital, ho had requested that if possible Nurse Ethel should be sent, she being a distant relatlvo of the patient. When first she arrived, her duties had been light, and she had enjoyed revisiting friends she bad not seen since she went to London to learn her profession. In this way sho had met PMUp bomers, who, about & month after her attendance on tho old lady, baa Degun to pay ner most marked attention. But Ethel was not attracted py nis aarit f face and was clad that her increasing da- ! ties rendered their meetings few and far between. Tho daily visit of Dr. Westwood, to which she found she looked furward with a strange delight, was over. The doctor was just turning to leave, when a different look of solicitude came over his face. " Ton are worn and pale, nurse. Have you been taking c...

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. — 21 December 1895

4 THE BROAD AX. s. AT THE ART EXHIBITION. We had the pleasure of attend ing the art exhibition during the past week, and the number o paint ings on exhibition, exceeded our expectations, as well as the charac teristic effect displayed by some of the exhibitors; and re feel that the society of Utah artists should re ceire the congratulations and en couragement of all lovers of art, for the creditable exhibition. Among the many paintings we saw, we will mention a few, as our apace forbids an extended review of all. One that attracted our attention, And that would charm all' lovers of -nature, hangs upon the west wall: "Sunny Pastures' by H. L. A. Culmer; the artist has portrayed a bright spot in our own beautiful vralley, the scene being taken from saear Farmington, and represents a mumber of cattle grazing in rich meadow land, through which a bright, sparkling mountain brook runs, and the rich, waving grasses lend) great charm to the picture, while a glimpse of sky and distant foliag...

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. — 28 December 1895

fc.'-'- " t r -.. VAr, - v .. A ft"D -Xip? " r ' . ?-. - , w -gnj) 2p jcgc" 0 1 ITOv israErisr. vSC Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 28, 1895. No. 18. OUR TICKET XTOR 1866. For President: JOHN T. MORGAN, OF ALABAMA. Fbr Vice-President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. OUR PLATFORM: FREE 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 or countrymen. Hurrah ior Morgan and Bryan! THE MONROE DOCTRINE. 8ikce the recent disturbancebe tweea the United States and Eng land over tie affairs of Venezuela, a Se'uth American republic, fre caeat reference has been made to what is known as the "Monroe Doctrine." We question if a ma jority of the people really under stand, the meaning "and history of the phrase. We will, therefore, briefly state the origin and signifi cance of the principle as expressed by the words "Monroe Doctrine." For some yea...

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. — 28 December 1895

9 THE BROAD AX. Jfye Broad te PPBUSHED WEEKLT. "Will promulgate ail at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but fanners. Catholics, Protestants, Knights el Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say, ao 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 communications will have atten tion; write only on one side of the paper. subscription: One Year, - - - $2.00. fall 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. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. pf Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 60 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publishes and Editoe. Mnttrtd at Post Office as second-doss matter. CHIPS. Col. Isaac Trumbo has returned to Salt ...

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. — 28 December 1895

U4. Jt 3&- "! U" A. H? THE BROAD AX. 3 HIS WIFE'S PIIESE. "Halves!" cried Damper as we both looped simultaneously to pick up an In Titlng objoct lying on tho pavement at our fee. It ttas a purse, not a fat purse, but still a purse of undoubted respectability, shin ing and natty and brilliant as to clasp and ornera a pursa that had assuredly been tat on to tho city to receive substantial divi dends. it's odd. but I Immediately began to tool unaccountably antagonistic to D&mp- r, and Damper on his sido eoomoa to eye- 10 with feelings or. proiounu raistrun. "Well, suppose we open it," I saia "Suppose wo do, then," said Damper tulte savagely. Wo did. There were a lew coins in ons ? compartment, two postage stamps, and then, folded up In a corner, a piece of pa- f per, peculiarly crisp and cractly. "On, only somo oia Dili, or course. " "Twenty dollars, by Jovol" cried Damp- sr, who had managed to unfold tho paper. "A bank note!" Now, Damper is well off, and I am con- Istdered rat...

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. — 28 December 1895

t ?S1 .aT'wi THE BROAD AX. II NEWS OP THE WEEK. Last Sunday "was the occasion for a number oE the leading clergy men oE the country to express their views on a war with England. The majority opposed war, and de nounced the present belligerent feel ing as brutal, un-Christian and un necessary. A few, however, made patriotic addresses, and urged their hearers to stand by the President and Congress, in their efforts to maintain onr national integrity. Tax financial strain, caused by the withdrawal of large amounts of gold from this country, is about to precipitate another money panic. The gravity of the situation in duced President Cleveland to send a special message to Congress, ask ing that immediate steps be taken to provide for the raising of revenues for the government. It is said a number oE bills will be offered, looking to this end, immediately. Among them are: bills to increase the duty on imports; to issue coin bonds; to authorize the coinage and issue of the large amount oE ...

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. — 4 January 1896

i Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 4, 1896. No. 19. STATEHOOD DAY, Statehood day will overshadow all others in Utah, next Monday, January 6th, 1896. The following proclamation from Acting Governor Richards, makes it a legal holiday, and one which all, old and young, will delight to observe, regardless of party or creed: governor's proclamation. Whereas, The people of Utah have formed and adopted a consti tution and have elected officers for a. state government, agreeable in all respects to the constitution and laws of the United States; and, Whereas, The canvass of the re turns or the votes cast for and against the adoption of the consti tution has been certified to the president of the United States, and it is confidently expected that his proclamation will soon be issued admitting the Territory into the Union as a sovereign State; and, Whereas, The constitution for the new State fixes the Monday next after the day upon which the president shall issue his proc...

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. — 4 January 1896

VitfS THE BROAD AX- Je Broad fa PUBLISHED WEEKLT. "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 have their say, 0-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 communications xill have atten tion; write only on one vide of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - J2.00. SCx Months, - - 1.00. "TLnrs Months, ... .50. In as., quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, - 3.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, .05. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. f& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX. C6 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. BnUrtd at Post Office matter. as second-class CHIPS. "We arise to inquire, who s...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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