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--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 eyes oppned to the light of a new day. This year will find thous ands of our race marching undpr the Democratic banner, and work ing and voting for Bryan and sil ver. As the race becomes more intel ligent, they see the harmful results of a prejudice which held them bound to a party that cares less for them than their old-time masters of the South. There is no longer any reason that a negro should be a Republican, simply because he is a negro. There is a general waken ing up, and the colored voters are coming into the Democratic camp from all the States. Utah will fur nish its share this year and help swell the majority for Bryan and prosperity. Moroni, Utah, Sept. 6, 1896. Julius F. Taylor, Salt Lake City: Dear Sir. Enclosed please find P. O. order for $1, which sum re news my subscription to your valu able paper from August 22nd. Success to the Broad Ax, Bryan and free silver. I remain, yours respectfully, Aaron Hardy. We always feel highly pleased to receive such letters as the above, J for they remind us that our work, on behalE of Democracy, is appre- ciated by the leaders of the party, their token oE character. These Mr. Hardy is one of the promin- human alligators prey on the weak ent leaders of the Democratic and defenseles, but they will be ex forces in Sanpete valley, and he terminat next November, worked very hard for the cause of A feelin? of admiratioa j3 nat. Democracy during the past cam- urally excited by the refusal of Mrs. paign. And inasmuch as this is a Thomas A. Hendricks to permit a Democratic year.Mr. Hardy is there- hfe size Port"t of the Hon. Thomas fore entitled to occupy a front seat A' Hendncks to e taken from her : :t. i. tj j It. r j Parlor to the goldbug convention with the Broad Ax in the Bryan and hall at Indianapolis. This noble free silver band-wagon, which will and patriotic woman was justly in roll on to victory on the 3rd day of dignant on account of the exhibi next November. i 0Q a smaller picture in the hall. . It is her opinion that if her brave VAN CAMP'S PORK AND BEANS. o j o l i. a ei. uu"""g at me time or this con Ox Saturday, September the 5th, cIave of Un-American Democrats, while our office devil was perambu- All honor to this grand woman lating up and down Main street who still strives to preserve her like a country simpleton, with one husband's name untarnished. foot to the east and the other to , , , .i . v j t Have you heard the news from the west, we 'observed a great Arkansas? There was an election many beautiful ladies congregating down there recently, conducted on around a counter in the store of the Australian ballot system, and the Barnes-Hardy Co., 28 South ne Si,rer Democracy have a major Main street. While we were en- llJ f 80.'- This is a very good , . , . ., , ,. counter-imtant for the Vermont jaged. m gawking at the ladies dectio Vermont . Arthur .Barnes, Jisq., the genial case of "dog eat dog," as both manager, invited us to walk in and sides were goldbugs; but in Arkan look oat, assuring us that we would 8as tne ''nes & the money question ot be harmed in any manner, I were dearlJ frawn' and e result sW or form, and when we had ...... . - - I coapued to his request, he intro duced us to Miss Lilian Robinson. We felt rather sheepish for a few aaiaates, but after Miss Robinson iaforaed as that it would afford her a great deal of pleasare to serve oar devikhip with a dish of Van jCaasp's pork and beans, we re gaiaed our equilibrium and began chewiag away on the pork and beats -withoat any farther eere soay, aad while Mns Robinsoa aad all the other ladies were trying to talk aad masticate at the aaaae tine, we succeeded in slipping a can Vaa Camp's pork and beans lata ear coat pocket aad disap peared from the store. Jlra. Taylor served the pork and for oar baaaay aooa repast, a4t she jotss witk or ottce ip la I Tcntiuj The v are lbti ohItoct tit WWMBkBffJiag Vl Cmsb's kldca't huve to be .! -r..La . wL beus to all food fctfuMwires. CHIPS. It ii said by the gold-bugs that "a dollar will buy more now than ever before in this country;" but what good does that do when you have not got the dollar? The trusts of this country have a combined capital of over 1,500, 000,000,which gives to them a power in politics which can hardly be esti mated; it is also a threat to all kinds of organized labor. It is about time this creature of the gold standard was throttled. Has any body heard of the Hon. John M. Thurston since he met Senator Stewart? The last seen or heard of John was when he crawled into a hole to get out of the way of another encounter with the grisley senator of the Sierras. S. B.NEWMAN. "76" Opposite Theatre. Two men in Wisconsin have made an odd wager on the result of the presidential election. They agree that whoever wins, the other fellow will leave the couutry per manently. Wc would say, that if the Hanna-McKinley-gold-bug tic ket is elected, there will be a whole lot of people out this way who will have to leave if the walkingis good. The argument, that if free silver obtains, the prices of all we con sume will be greatly advanced, does not appeal to tne tanner ana pro- uucer, as is is aisu cuuceueu mat l ri i ii.iiti all products will rise in value in proportion. Thus if a farmer- raises more than he consumes he becomes the gainer by the advance; and any farmer who cannot produce more than he consumes is a very poor farmer, and he had better give up the business. Apricots, peaches, plums, etc., are coming in fast and prices will soon be low enough for canning purposes. Send orders to C. B. Durst Grocery Co , 74 E. Second South. In the eold-buir Democratic con- . vention at Indianapolis last week, ' the Florida delegation carried a ' banner surmounfed with a gold . ... m. . b. i alligator. This was a very fitting J emblem, indeed. The alligator is a cross between a reptile and a beast; it is of a very low order, voracious, ' unfeeling, and with but little in-; telligence, just like a gold-bug j monev shark. It was a hanpv I thoug-ht struck these wten they adopted tnis crcature a3 and honored husband were living ; he would not have even entered the "u..:u: a. .i . .. .. . TiT :7:77 UHlu lor lQe "Me ot c. Ax editor works 365J days per year to get out 52 is ues of his paper that's labor. Once" in a while somebody pays a year's sub scription thafs capital. And once in a while some dead-beat takes the paper for a year or two and van ishes without paying for it that's anarchy. Bat later on justice will overtake the last named creature, for there is a place where he will get his desert that's ii L Ex. a?rti??oir cft, xcainrr. tn u -Zvxt i i u kiow uLoat too dews tbat fall THE BOND AND THE, DOLLAR. By John Clark Ridpath, LL. D., Author of "The History of the World," "The Hulory of the United Stales," "The Great Races of Mankind," etc. I. The Genesis and Evolution of a Monster. II. How the Monster Became King. III. The Monster Reigns. Every American of whatever age, old or young, should read this re markable contribution to our finan cial literature. Prof. Ridpath there in dramatically, and with irresisti ble logic, draws the picture of the vampire sucking the nation's life blood. The greenback war bonds changed to the war bonds of gold dollars, is a change in form and not of substance, when after thirty years of payments the comparative volume of debt remains unchanged. The scheming legislation through which this has been so adroitly ac complished is graphically described by this cmineut historian. This 36-page pamphlet, repub lished from The Arena, gives the most startling exposition of the national debt ever presented to the American people, and one that will De eagerly read bv all during the - w coming political campaign. Price of single copy, ten cents; or The Bond and The Dollar and ' the Broad Ax for three months, for 50 cents. riazxa Tea Tables. The serving of tra on the suburban piazza is so much au accepted practice that the piazza tea tables comprise a furniture r.s?ortiurii t of themselves. The folding tables, whoso movable top, with handles, may he brass, polished wood or delft, is still mest frequently offered, though the pretty circular willow ones aro liked by many as both convenient and appropriate. A variation of the last, shown this reason for the first time. is the Russian tea tabic of braided flair. with a willow border. This is provided vdth tv! convenient side shelves and a " kcath for extra cops and saucers. It may be mentioned, too, y, chocolate enps for the piazza "five o'clock" grow taller and taller. Some of them look like tankards. Tcacnps aiG wide and shallow and coffee cups nLarrow "P. i"gh thaash not to the chocolato h women in lw. Tho j is not an idc as a profession for women, idea originating in the brain of the new woman. The woman lawyer has the sanction of both Scriptural and classic authority. Wo read in tho book of Judges of Deborah, tho wife of Lapi dflth, a prophetess and judge, to whom the children of Israel camo for judg ment Aspasiaof Athens was learned in the law, and in difficult affairs often gave wise counsel to Pericles, her hus band. Scntin and Hortensia wero well known lawyers of ancient Rome. In the fifteenth century women were employed as professors of law in tho universities of Padua and Bologna. Portia, the wo man lawyer in tho "Merchant of Ven ice," was but the type of a class not un common in mediaeval Hiring Minneap olis Tribune. Admired by Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria's newest maid of honor, Miss Majendie, is said to owe her entrance to royal favor to a curious chance. She happened to be singing in a church choir one day when the queen was present at divine service, and her majesty was so greatly pleased with the fresh sweetness of the girl's face and voice that she invited her to fill tho place coveted by tho young girls of the English aristocracy. The position was the lost thing Miss Majendie herself would over have expected. 'Hltbif Ask for the Automatic, Nooforfeiting, Self-Premium-Paying Policies of THE SUN LIF insurance CO, tmm OF CASADA. 0HABLS3 ST.mHORIIIS Resident Hanaaer. Commercial Bloclc, American Biscuit & Mfg. Co. WHOLESALE crhckeh mflnoFflCTURei?s. InteiMomitahi Milling Co. ELIAS lORRIS, Pres.- Hyram Scawoa, Vice-PrM R E. Maier, Secretary. W. S McContkk, Trcsarer. W Cooper, Jr., Sapt. of Klk W.K. Wallace, Director Against tho Corset. "Anatomists and reformers, who have been dubbed cranks, have long preached of the injuries stayH havo wronght on stomach, heart, lungs, liver and tho whole arterial system. All theso argu ments have scemrd ineffective. A hint at red noses, puffed hands and eruptive skins sometimes carried a little more weight with it. .Now woman is looking at this mal'er in a more sensible light, and if 6he has herself begun the reform potent fashiou has power to complete it St Louis itopublic ntcrpr!c Tho inventory of stock in hand had just been completed. "It's all right with tho exception of that rubber hce," said tho senior part ner. "Wo have more of that than we can sell in 50 years. I don't seo how we ever managed to accumulate such a stock of it" "Oh, well, there's no reason why we should havo any trouble disposing of it," returned tho junior. ' Why, there's enough to supply every lawn in the city" "That cuts no figure. VQ can adver tise it as something new in bicycle tires and get rid of the whole lot in less than a week." Chicago Post CHURCH NOTICE. St. Marv's Cathedral Sundays. Divine services: First Mass at 8l o'clock; second Mas at 9 o'clock; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; High Mass and sermon at 11 o'clock; Vespers, benediction and sermon at 7:30 p. m. IflSTftUCTIOflS In Oil Painting and Art Needle Work OIL PAINTINGS FOR SALE, BY frs. J. p. Jaylor, Artist, Student of the Chicago Art Institute Sudio No. 710 Main St. FROM No. 2. Campaign Edition, i THE ARENA. Uncle Sam's Crown of Thorns. " I will not aid to press down upon the bleed ing brow of labor this crown of thorns." William Jennings Beta. Chicago, July 9,1836. All voters should read the Campaign Edition of The Arena, which began with the J unelasuo and runs to November (S months), price, ONE DOLLAR. Bend your subscription to Business Office of this paper. WANTED men and women at once. $25.00 a week easily made taking orders for the Cam paign Edition of the Arena. Secure your territory at once, address ABZXl PUBUSUMO COStPJUTT. Boston, Mass. Great Salt Lafee & Hot Springs Ry. Time Table in effect Angnxt 0, 1898. Leave Arrlio Leave Arrive Salt Lake. Farmlngtnn FarmlnRlon Salt Lake. and Lagoon, aod Lagoon. 7:00 a.m. T:5a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:13 a.m. tiOim. Kttam. lutWajn. 10:15 a.m. IbOim. Il:t5a.m 13:00 m. 12:45 p.m. MO p.m. 3:1.1p.m. 3:45 pm. 4.30 p.n. ifiO p.m. 6:45 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7 00um. 7:15 p.m. 810pm. SJOpm. 9:15 p.c Snndaj and legal bolldajn trains Irave Salt Lake 7.-W, 9:00, 110, a. m; 1:13, 3.30, 3.45, 5KX), 61J, 7:15 p. m. Itound trip to Beck's, Including bath, 35 cenU. '. Children 25 cents. 1 Round trip to Laood lncladlng adm!lon.3S eta. I Special lndocvments to So.-tetles and Bandar I School. I ucpoi, ioira nenurn boatn Temple St. Oeneral office, 181 8. Main St. IL W. EAULY. 8. BAMBEROER, Pass. Agent. Qtn. Manager. Salt Lake City 442 S. SECOND WEST ST.. SALT LAKE CITT.UTAH. HENRY WALLACE. Manaecii. XA7IUFAOTURER8 6F Hsater'a, inUer Salt Lake XffiASSevater CoeapaayV, BeooJoB a Beaaloo, Pio neer Pateat BeHer Mfflajttd Waa. Oonper Cdebratod FLOUR usatmmu. HuniiMHWiLRnKir.iitiii an, AH AU BM HMIMH WtLTOrl1. S 37 CHmaraM St. 'Mmm I2. m mmb union STANDARD GAUGE. fl'j pjfcffiOl' CPPEGIIIVB 3UNE I, 189 No.2-For Birgham, Proro. On.a innrtlon and ail polnti Eait 730 a. m. v jn Proro. Gr"nl Junction h- and iWnti But..... ..... 740 p. . Ko.5-For Ogtlen and Intermediate No.S-ftr Bingham, Mt. KoawnL jIantl-jIu.KIchneldandall InteiSedlate polnU IS) p. m. No. S-For Eureka, IJaron,ProTo,and all Intermediate P"lnt ... 5.00 P- m. v-o aFor OsJen and the West 11:15 p. m. Arrive ! take City. No. 1-From Bingham. Ptoto, Grand Junction and the But 15.15 p. m. No.3-From ProT.,aiand Junction anainejuui "-' No. 5-Fn S23 p. m. v rnm ivdn a.i.d Intermediate point- 2:f0am- Na7 From Eureka and Payaon.... 9 55 a. m. Na S From Ogden and ihe Welt.... 7H0 a. m. No. Friim Ogden nd the West.... 730 p. m. Only line tunning through Pullman rtluce aleei'lDK earn Salt Lake City to San Franclnco: Salt Lake City to Denver via Q-an I Junction and Salt Lake City to Kansas City and Chicago rla Colorado points. Thiough tourist or famly sleepeta without change, to K-.nas Oty, Chicago and Boston. Free reclining cnalr cars Salt Lake Cliy to DenTer. Ticket Omce, 15 W-, 2nd So. D. C. DODGE, Gen. Manager. a H. BABCOCK, Traffic Manager. F. A. WADLEIGU, Gen. Passenger Agent. THE & The Scenic Line of the World. The only Hoe raaalas; two taroagfe faat Tralaa dnlljr Co Leadrllle, Aapea, Vaablo, Colorado prlac aad DeaTer. EFFKCTIVE A Pit It, 20, IHU6. Train No. 2 leaves Oyden 6:45 a.m ; Salt Lake 7 JO a. in 4 ariiTesatlueblu5ua m.: Colorado Springs 7:13 a.m.; Denrer 9.3U a.m.; Cripple CitekSfiOa m. Train No. 4 leaves Ogden at 6.33 p.m.; Salt Lake 7:49 p m.; arrires at Pueblo 5:15 p m.; Colorado Springs 6.49 p.m.; Denver 925 p. m . Connections made at Pueblo, Colorado Springs and lenver with all lines east. E-eganl day couches, chair cars aid Pullman sleepers on all trains. Take the D. t R. G, and have a comfort able trip and enjoy the (Inert rcenery on the continent. Shortest line to Cripple C eek, Colo lado's great gold camp. A. S. HUGHES, Traffic Manager, Denver, Col. a K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver. Col. B F. NEVINS, Gener-i Agent. H. SI. CUSUINO, T. P. A. SALT LAKE CITY. THE MIOKT LINE To Denver & Colorado Springs. Best and Popular Route to Cripple Creek, Victor, Leadville, Aspen, G en wood Springs, and ALL POINTS EAST. Through Sleepers and through Free Chair Cars. FUet Scenery and Elegant Equipment. The only Une running through Free Chair Cars to Denver. Colorado Springs, LeadvUle and Intermediate points from Salt Lake City and Ogden. Trains leave and arrive at H.O.W3.B. depot' Leave dally 7.40 p.m. Arrive dally 1X05 p.m. I. A. BENTON. City Ticket Agent, 15 W. Second South. O. A. BEOWN, General Agent, Room 4 AUas Block. Salt Lake City. SUMMONS. In the DUtrict Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Stateof Utah, County of Salt Lake. Elra Jones. Plaintiff, vs. Henry Jones. Defendant. Z T " -rr."'""""' you Dy tne above named plamtiff m the District Court of the Third" thdalDatnctot the State of Utah andTom swer the comprint filed therein within kn Z (exdustve of the day of service) alter the r! oa Ju nis summons if served within this county; or. if served out of thheount? tat in th8 datxict, within twenty teSSSwS Sdi23B accordiDK t0 W 0f th?rw? !& to decree of it!n- 1 ""i. nds of matrimony dstmg between plaintiff and defendant and &tshe may be entitled to hold amTenjoy her fJZFS7 of whate- kind and nature free iffssrjyssstsi ar aS "? B0,ified U JOU fkfl to KfcJSrto rftheSS,0?"6 J- d the Seal AL aF.STAirmr r,-. DMEE mm tmv EA B?a Ha4siiiHsiiiHKsimsiifl ass'a5sssas?b PACIFIC SYSTEM. TUB THROUGH CAll L1M:. Trsvlas svrrlTO ssd depart at Salt LAfce City dlLy aa f allovrat (In Effect April 5th, 19D5.) AKBIVE: rrosa Chicago, Oaaha, 8L LouI, Kansas City, Denver, Park City and Ogden 3.10 p. a From Helena, Butte, Portlan J, Sjn Frandco and Og-len 9.05 ., m from San Francisco, Cache alley, Ogden and Intermediate points. . 75 . m From Chicngo, Omaha, St. LouU. Kansas Oty, Drnver and Og den .- -. .. ....... .... 3-S) r, Q From Frisco, Mllford and Inter mediate points Jlj -i. m From llerrur, Tlntlc. Proro, Nephl. Sanpete Valley and Intermediate 5 tints ... C ; tl Lxed train from Terminus, Tooele and GarSeld Beach ivi . , DEPART. For Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Knn-a City, St. Louis, Ogden and Park City 7t nj. For San Francisco, Ogd n. Cache Valley and intermediate pointi .. 8 01 , -n For Offden and lntermedla'e points li. ,. a F.r Chlcafro.Omaha, Denver. Kaavis City. fet. Louis, Butte, Portland and San Francisco 7w , For Eureka. Mercur, Prov , Nep:i, Sanpete Valley 7 40 x m For Provo, Nepbi, Mlford, Frisco and In tii mediate points 60i n !u Mixed train for Garfield Bench, Tooele and Termlnm 745 a m Trains south of Juab run daily except -m-day. Dally except Sunday. Dally except Sunday South of Juab. CITV TICKBT OFFICE, -01 .TI 1N ST. Telephone No. 250. Throuxh Pullman Palace Sleeper', LnKM lu proved Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Elegant Day Coaches. D. E. BURLEY, General Agt. Pas-eager I .t a n. k. clark. OUVER W. MINK. E. ELLERV ANDERSON, JOUS W. DOANE. FREDERICK R. COUDEltT Receivur E. L. LOIIAX, O. P. & T. A'L E. DICKENSON. Gen. Managir. 0 (Bhimgo mil the (Ba.t, Passenjjeri going Eaot for bu9lre,wi: oofor ally gravitate to Cnlcao. aa the grmt cDmmcmal center. Passengers re-vUltlng frtctult or rl.tttve In the Eastern State always drIre t "t ik in" Chicago en route. All claeo n( p wwncr. wi.l find that tho "Short Une" of the Chlcag-u. 'Ill waake 6c 5l. i-aal Itallivny, via Omali.i and Cooncll Blnfts. affords exce lent f.nrtl t. t-. reach their destinations In a manner that i. sore to give the utmost saaractlon A reference to the time table will lmSlout-1! route to be choaen. and, by asking any iirt-n iil agent wwt of the Mhwonri Hiver foraticli-t .tr the bleafo, Coanetl UlnOt V Omiihn Short a.lae of the t.blcago, .nllknuhee &M. 1'anl Itallwny. you will t-ch-rr. r furnished with the proper purport vli Omaha ani Chicago. Please note that all of the "Short Liiu-" trains arrive In Chicago In ample time U connr.-t with the express trains of all the great through c ir line to the principal Eastern cities. For addltl nal ikirtlcjNre, Uma tiblr, m i,w tc, pleae call on or addre-, ALEX -T11TII1EIL, Commercial age nt, SALT LAKE CITT. UTAH CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS and EAST. You leave Ogden, or Salt Lake, in the evening, and after breakfasting in the sumptuous dining cars of the SANTA FK ROUTE, on the th nl morning, you arrive in Chicago or St Louis in season to attmd U business or connet t with all fast trains or the East. Some one has said recently tl.at the track of the ATCHISON'. TOPE KA & SANTA i-E railroad was in such perfect condition that the long distance run of the "Flyer" on Re New York C ntrai KANSAS CITV CHICAGO sr. LOUIS GALVESTON NEW YORK BOSTON AND ALL POINTS EASr. YIA SANTA FE ROUTE. could be equaled, if not exceeded, by its magnificent trains. J D. KENWORTHY. Gen'l Agt Passenger Dept. Room 411 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. NEW YORK PHLD, Thrice-a-Week Edition. Ii Page: i West. IS! Papers a Tear. McClure'8 Magazine and Broad Ax. One year $'2.50 Six months 81. -10 Cosmopolitan Magazine and Broad Ax. One year $2.50 Sixmonths 1.40 Munaey's Magazine and Broad Ax. Oneyear S'i.aO Sixmonths $1.40 The Weekly American Agriculturist and Broad Ax. Oneyear $2.50 The Farm and Home (monthly) and Broad Ax. One year $2.25 The Ohio Farmer (monthly) and Broad Ax. Oneyear. $2.50 The National Stockman and Farmer and Broad Ax. Oneyear $'-50 The New York Tri- Weekly World and Broad Ax. Oaeyear $2-5 Six months 1-2a Ih all casea the cash must accom Pay the order. -.- " ' , AdireM THE BROAD AX, t? ' - L? S ' -"'-.--J-'