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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 January 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 January 1896

THE BROAD AX. FROM GALILEE. Twab many hundred years Ago, While wise men knelt on bended knee, Within a manger bare and low, There smiled a babe from Galilee. On shady hills and grassy plain, A boy played over lake and lea, . With joyous heart mid sun or rain; A fair haired boy from Gallilee. A man with kind and sunny face, With thronging children gl&d and free. Taught truth and lore to all our race. It was the man from Galilee. He loved mankind, and often sought The sick and made the blind to see; The golden rule to all he taught. This teacher mild from Galilee. This baby, boy and teacher ample, Will help the lives of yoa and me. If we but follow his example. And live like Him from Galilee. We keep the day of this babe's birth In honor of his memory. And far the blessings brought to earth, By this true man from Galilee. C Soli Lake City, December 25, 1895. Twelfth district, Emery, Carbon, Grand, Uintah, San Joan Reuben Miller, (R). ASSEMBLY. STATE GOVERNMENT. Officials who will ...

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. — 11 January 1896

T??Z3?- &i "fj& -, , v; ,1 '(S-'ft ' t(mj"v "4M&j;"iJS"" fc -gn) JPa sCgSc)" & ' iiTC HPJh stvi""cT?sM i X'-A Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 11, 1896. No. 20. THE STATE OF UTAH. After many long years of wan dering in the wilderness, and patient waiting for tardy justice, Utah has at last been admitted into the sisterhood of states. The President's proclamation was duly issued at ten o'clock on Satur day the fourth of January, 1896, and on Monday, the sixth day of water distilled in mountain gorges, or medicated by the hand of nature, our natural resources, our artistic scenery, our liberty-loving people, our churches, schools and colleges, and our whole civilization cemented by a Republican form of State government, we as a people are bound to become the glory of the West, and the pride of January, Gov. Wells and the state the nations. We commend the officials were sworn into office, and -the new machinery moved off grandly and smoothly, and i...

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. — 11 January 1896

THE BROAD AX Jr;e Broad fix PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Pro testaats,-Knights of Labor, InHdela, Mormon; Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have tiielr 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 claiming the editorial right to speak 'its own mind. - Local communications will have atten tion; write only on one ude of the paper. subscription: One Year. - $2.00. Six Months. . . 1.00. Three Months, ... .5a 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. f&" Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 66 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. g. o. p., where it belongs. Any Democrat who casts his vote for a Republican for Sen...

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. — 11 January 1896

V:A 5jC , . tT.J &' THE BItOAU AX. BRITISH SHOW CATTLE. letnrea of Two Aberdeen-Asfs Prix Winning CaJUe. The Royal Agricultnral society of Sreat Britairi holds annually ,a fair and ive stock show in some part of the Jnited Kingdom. For 66 years these bows have been given. The last one. lis summer, was at Darlington, in the PRIZE ABERDEES-AXGCS BULL. ity of Durham. Durham county is ae native home of Shorthorn cattle, and aey were originally called Durhame. le Royal show at Darlington this year ras the first one ever held in Dm bam ity. The exhibits were fewer than ll, but exceptionally fine in quality. Shahzada Nazrnlla, the ameer of Afg hanistan's hopeful heir, visited the rlington show and did not like the imals at all. He declared they were one and all too fat That criticism is not one that can often be brought against beef animals, particularly in America. The trouble with our beeves is that they axe not fat enough. Fatness in animals of the cow land makes the flesh tender an...

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. — 11 January 1896

HBBETSSECSX 4 THE BROAD AX. LYNCHINGS IN THE YEAR 1895. Judos Ltkch has executed 171 persons; 161 men and 10 women, during 1895, 23 less than last year. the following record of lynching shows that these disgraceful and mainly brutal outrages are slowly hub steadily decreasing under the influence of a healthier public seatiment and the commendable action of many southern goternors and legislatire bodies, m urging and passing stringent measures, for the punishment of mob violators of law: 1885 1836, 1887. 1888. 1889 1890. 184 138 122 142 176 127 1891 1892. 1893, 1894, 1895, 192 235 200 190 171 The lynchings in the various States and territories during 1895 rere as follows: Alabama . . Arkansas . . California . Colorado . , Florida. . , Georgia. . Illinois . . . Kansas . . . Ktntucky . Louisiana . , Maryland . Mississippi . . 16 . .9 . 7 . 7 . 12. .14 . 2 . 4 .15 . i . 3 13 Missouri .... 3 Nebraska ... 4 North Carolina . 1 South Carol na . 6 South Dakota . 2 Tennessee ... 11 Texas 24 V...

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. — 18 January 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 18 January 1896

-j aiifflJt jMireaaSttaaaaTffffTfflttttS - THE BROAD AX- 1 I. Ul M Jl?e Broad fix PUDLISHSD WTEKI.T. "Will promulgate and at all. times uphold the true principles of Democracy, but farBers, Catholics. Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, MormoM, Republicans, Priests, oc-ny one else can have tbelr say, o Iong-os their Unraae Is proper and responsibility is'flxed. Tax Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose platform is broad enough (or all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak Its owh rnnrt. r Local ommonicatfons will have .atten tioa; write only on one lude of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. Six Month. --- 1.00. Three Months, ... .50. In any quantity at the following Rates: Ofis Hundred. - - $'5.00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - a '' 20.00. Single Copies, - . , .05. 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. Enttrtd at Post O, ma mu...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 18 January 1896

.;. - .Tl3"r &v.'-'?5ii "-"-;, ' " V "wr 5- -' THE fBHdXD 'AXl' OUTWITTED. if "Howl" exclaimed Mile. St Cronx, the ! pet of the Comedlo Frnncalso. ."Yon will not pive me lessons, m. uesiror " That Is so, mademoiselle. It Is my I Invariable rule honored by time never to take pupils." 'At least you -will let mo sit to your" "How! I do not paint portraits." "But you put figures lnto( your plc Itures." 'True, hut I do not employ models not living modols. Ah, you look surprised I iut it Is so, 1 assure you. 1 regret, inade- aoiselle, that I cannot acquiesce in your aggestion; but, oul, It la impossible ! "Listen, mademoiselle. -"! could not int one stroke with a second, person In i room. It is true. I am nervous as a aoue. mat is wny employ mas Dig Englishman to stand in tho anteroom and that I remain undisturbed. 'But vou are still incredulous. Prove ay assertion, mademoiselle. Attempt to inter my studio during working hours." II. Desire, an occentrlo artut ol great priginallty and ...

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. — 18 January 1896

vl'l 111 ill - THE BROAD AX r.j II THE BROAD AX MAN AT LOGAN. Dukjkg the past week the editor or the Broad Ax, made a business trip to Logan, where we hare a great many readers of the Bhoau Ax. While in that city we called on the Hon. Moses Thatcher and we were received with the same cordiality as on our former visit in September. We found Mr. Thatch er greatly improved in health and looking very well. He delivered an address on inauguration day at Logan, and he was well pleased to see that all the people joined in elping to make the celebration a grand success and that the partisan spirit was laid aside on that occasion. He is of the opinion, that if the Democratic party will start right now on a campaign of education, that the party will march on to vic tory this coming fall; but we can not expect to accomplish anything without hard work. Mr. Thatcher and family will occupy their elegant home in this city, about March 1st. COLORED REPUBLICANS AGAIN DECEIVED. Whek the Republican me...

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. — 25 January 1896

wr Vw &'. r- -iw (iA ' s a isyssssAf ofc 55555 'SSyvy i? g C fij'- Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, TJ'I'AH, JANUARY 25, 1896. No. 22. THE BATTLE OP LIFE. The battle of life, or the philo sophy of race development, was the subject of an address, delivered at larrisburgh, Pa., last month, by that eloquent and professional gen tleman, Hon. C. H. J. Tavlor, re- arder of deeds for the District of InlnmhTa. R rpprpt that nnr -....- 0 imited space forbids the insertion I )f the entire address, as it is replete rith lessons of value and encour- pany, in your pocket, but still you else. 'Of one blood God has made lajremeut to the colored race, and tends to .break down and obliterate the venomous prejudice from many of the Northern white people. We will only briefly review a few of the excellent points made by this cul tured speaker: "Life is a battle, and the world the battle-ground. From the mo ment of coming into being, the struggle for existence begins. Our training, educatio...

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. — 25 January 1896

2 THE BROAD AX. Jtye Broad x PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold the true jrindplea of Democracy, but farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormon, Kepubllcaus, PrieU, or any one elite can have their say, long as their language is proper and respoaxibllity is fixed. Tun Broad Ax is a newspaper whose platform is broad euough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its own mind. Local communications Till have atten tion; write only on one -ide of the paper. subscription: One Year. - - - $2.00. blx Months. - - - 1.00. Three Months, - - - .50. la any quantity at the following Rates: One Hundred, - - $ A00. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, - - 20.00. Single Copies, .05. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. J& Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 66 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Entered at Post Office matter. as second-class ANTI-LYNCHING BILL. "Columbia, S. C, ...

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. — 25 January 1896

rJf f - jT s "- "i. sfl -- - fc- THE BROAD AX. 8 It Caaae Hard. In Franco, as in most other countries, it is necetinry to give one's age when making a statement in a court of justice, as well as in many other official pro ceedings. But Frenchwomen of mature years are noted above all other women far their unwillingness to state their age. On one occasion a lady who had to testify was accompanied to the court by a numerous company of her friends, and when the magistrate asked, "How old are you?" there was such a coughing and clearing of throat b; as of people suf fering from severe colds, that all that could bo heard in the courtroom was ty years 1" Through the amiability of the magis trate, this more than half, suppressed re sponse was allowed to stand, but the tribunals are not always so lenient. On another occasion a magistrate asked a woman: "What is your age, madam?" "Whatever you choose, sir," an swered the lady. She was under oatb. "Yon may put down 45 years, then," said the ma...

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. — 25 January 1896

m m m THE BROAD AX. THE RISE AND FALL OP KING WILLIAM. On August 31st, the Broad Ax made its first appearance, and im mediately there went up a mighty shout from the colored leaders of the g. o. p. They all cried out in oue voice, "Down with this hydra headed monster, he is the enemy of the negro race;" and at a meeting of the Abraham Lincoln Club, held on Sept. 4, the editor of the Broad Ax was denounced as an enemy and a traitor of the negro race by the rattle-headed P. W. Nelson, a mem ber of that club, he being urged on by W. W. Taylor, of the Plain Double-Dealer the great ringmaster of the g. o. p. leaders, and on Sept. 13th at G. A. R. hall, Taylor, Lindell, Griffin, Lucas, Nelson and Nisbit all joined in denouncing the editor of the Broad Ax and the Democratic party, all of them using very malignant vile and scurrilous language. Mr. Taylor referred to those gentlemen who had been instrumental in hav ing him appointed to the position which he then held in a very blatant manner...

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. — 1 February 1896

Hew to the Line. v. '"$' : Vol. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 1, 1896 No. 23. N THE NEW CITY GOVERN MENT. The inaugural address of Mayor Glendinning, is given to the public this week. It is a document of considerable length and much breadth. We regret that our limited, space prevents its publica tion in full; but as it was pub lished in the city dailies, we pre sume it was generally read; if not we advise every citizen who is in. terested in good municipal govern ment to get it and read it. We do not agree with all the statements and conclusions of the Mayor; but we concede that in the main.it has a true reformatory ring- "We fought Mr. Glendinning's election to the best of our ability; but after the battle was over, we bowed to the will of the majority, and we now claim him - as our Mayor, as much as though his opponent had been elected. Party prejudice should never rise above patriotism, especially in mun icipal affairs, and the Broad Ax will cheerfully support the new Mayor in...

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. — 1 February 1896

t 1 THE BROAD AX. Jl?e Broad )x FUBLISBZD WKULLT. Will promulgxtc- and at all times uphold the ferae principles of Democracy, but tamers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Bepublic&ns, Prlssts, or any one else can have their say. so Ioag as their language Is proper and responsibility Is fixed. thje Bboad Ax is a newspaper -whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its otto mind. Local communications Till have atten tion; write'only on one jde of the paper. subscription: OaeYear. - - $2.00. falx Month. Three Months, LOO. .50. In any quantity at the following Bates: One Hundred, f 3X0. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, 20.00. Single Copies, . - .03. Advertising rates made known on appli cation. JST Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX; 66 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Bnirrtd at Post OMct matter. as second-class CHIPS. Governor Wells not only has spine, but g...

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. — 1 February 1896

JL r: - r. ."V, ' , v, THE BROAD AX. S WHO CHANGED FIRST Every one told Amy that Dick was self ish. Her mother told her so. sighing, and adding a kindly hope that "this" might change him. Her elder sister, who was married, told her tho same thing, adding that all men were selfish, so it didn't make much difference which one a woman mar ried. Her brother told her so soofflngly, and even Dick's mother said: "I'm afraid you'll And Dick a bit cap tions, dear. I suppose we'vo spc-llnd him a little; but, of course, you'll be only too glad to dcrote yourself to making him happy." And Amy smiled and sighed and blush ed very prettily, which was a way she had at 18. They had been engaged for about six months when Dick felt that hisnatlvo vil lage did not afford sufficient scopo for bis talents. He would go to New York, be announced, make a great name and a large fortune for himself and return to bear Amy to tho metropolis later. Amy wept when he went away, and sang her ballads with a sob in 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. — 1 February 1896

x- J?: THE BROAD AX. SPECIAL NOTICE. On Monday, January 27, while our office Devil was wandering around the Rio Grande Western depot like a bob-tailed dog at a fair, he was unlawfully siezed by Con ductor J. M. Morris and Yardmas ter Rhodes, and they hustled the Old Nick on board of the 1:30 train, which was bound for Salina. Conductor Morris telegraphed to all stations along the lime that he had on board a rial lire Devil, and all would have an opportunity to see him by paying ten cents. He collected about $200 dollars from the open-mouthed crowds along the road. He would not share any cf the money with the old maa, and when the train arrived at Salina he put the old boy off. But when Con ductor Richmond heard how Con ductor Morris had deceived the old fellow, and whea he learned that we stood pat with Traffic Manager Babcock and General Passenger Agent Wadleigh he returned us to this city, and that is the reason the Broad Ax is so late in reaching its many readers this week. A ful...

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. — 8 February 1896

rYi4 GA'ft &"i i f 1 ir ISfesisyi vm . Hew to the Line. Vol. I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 8, 1896. No. 24. THE COLOR LINE. is Creating Much Trouble Among the Bostonians. Boston. Jan. 31st. The incident )f the refusal of three leading Bos- jn hotels to entertain Bishop Ben rarinW. Arnett, of Wilberforce, because of his color, has a jquel today in the announcement Key. Samuel M. urotners, Jniversity preacher of Harvard col- eee, -who was to address the South Liddlesex Unitarian club on "ltue tAmericanism" at its nest meeting, that he declines to speak on the subject if the meeting of the club is held at an hotel in -which the color line is drawn. This decliuation is promoted by the fact that one of the hotels at which Bishop Arnett was refused accommodation is the usual meeting place of the club. Mr. Crothers has made known his sentiments to President A. M. Howe of the club, in a letter in which he states his belief that the discussion of true Americanism under such circumsta...

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. — 8 February 1896

kMHaFk r bbBbm THE BROAD. AX. Jl?e Broad k PUBLISHED WJUCKX.T. "Will promulgate and at all times uphold tfaa true principles of Democracy, but farmer. Catholics, Protestants, Knights et Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans, Priests, or any one else can have their say. o lomg as their language is proper and responsibility is fixed. Thjs Broad Ax is a newspaper -whose platform is broad enough for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak its owBinlnd. Local communications will hare atten tion; write only on one ude of the paper. subscription: One Year, fall Months, -Three Months, $2.00. 1.00. .50. In any quantity at tha following Bates: One Hundred, - S.0Q. Five Hundred, - . 12.50. One Thousand, 20.00. Single Copies, . .03. Adrertislng rates made known on appli cation. Address all Communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Publisher and Editor. Thirx is to be a national con vention of silver men at St. Louis, July 22, 1896. It begin...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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