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Broad Ax, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1897, Salt Lake City, Utah The Broad PUBLISHED and at all times uphold tbc trne principles of but of In- or 107 one else can hare their so long as their language Is proper sod Is fixed The Broad Ax Is a newspaper whose form Is broad enough for ever claiming the editorial right to speak Its own mind Local communications will have write only on one side of the paper One Year Months 100 Three Months rates made known on WHEN DAY day IB done to slumber At nightfall lay ourselves Ts dream once more on what may And tread where only spirits Around onr couches vigils stand And calmly shut our tired We bow before their magic give to earth all cares and Sands Address all to THE no Main Salt Lake City F TAYLOR Publisher and Editor at as second class mattet Perhaps more good might be accom pUshed by ringing a for grown They deserve to be slaves themselves 8ae near AN PULL How a Clydesdale and Scotsman Put j Stoot Hairts to a Stay tell ye what it Tampson said Janet to her as they sat that evening on the der Burn while the crooned from the flr wood behind tihe It ye maun gang tae sas the horse bide a day In Balbirnie answered as his I eyes glanced sadly over the well known I woods and it'll be for i VII send ye a ticket in a month or and the bairns canna 1 wi the auld an who will make no effort to secure ub erty for others You can make lots of headway by admitting jour are wrang you are not worry themselves to death frieu ye couldna baud up ma field amang hae tae leave the auld ye re gin it must be a 11 wait for word frae ye in hae ready tae sail when the ticket If some people knew that the sun I so when the laird proved un- had spots on they would almost changeable In his mind to give the old farm of to his the dear old farm where generations at had lived and vit and Janet turned their backs upon the familiar scenes of their childhood upon the wee green kirkyard among Lhe rowan where their forebears and firstborn lassie slumbered beneath the primrose and with aching hearts entered the great gloomy city of strange Jangling sounds which jarred upon their every and sought out the dreary room near the docks where Janet had determined to await There are but few occasions in an lifetime when a man is an lute free agent in what he does we are we would be whipped than apologize for after we get older we would rather apologize for anything than be Not a mile of railroad track was laid year In South Idaho New New summons to the fresh lease would New World have set her A the had been he grew and the men tired hearing him we maist there They took interest in tte seeing his devotion to the which he seldom even at the stations where they stopped to dine upon the pie and muddy coffee which maun be gey aboot But when the wide prairies were and the ed and rolled over the single the poor fellow said never a word when the perspiration dripped from his brow in the super- heated and his tired limbs trembled from so much standing At last the train pulled into the little station of Freeman and the car was shunted up an Incline into the siding With thankful heart untied nil and led him a loud neigh heralding the arrival of first Clydesdale that had entered Kansas Extra polish had been put upon his and the ribbons that decked him out at Paisley sti earned gaily from his mane and tail as he kicked up his heels with joy at feeling terra firma be- him once making the who pressed around jump nimbly aside in affright what may you call thai cried Ike Moseby the and when That's by Dumbarton Bailie oat o tte auld tock meer Maggie o the inquisitor and his friends laughed loud and long rolling the quid of tobacco m his cheek Ike ejaculated and askel again what kind of a is can ye no a perfect said Soond in limb nae cleek nor free frae no a shiverer a as shair s But we need not repeat the rude remarks of tha crowd anent the hairy legs of the his ponderous and gay for got out of hearing as ly as possible This was but the be- ginning of a warfare against the yet that merely Rhode family to r with the for and only mile in Kansas nineteen years of labor and well-nigh the earnings of that time had been sunk the old farm and the of the number of American profit seemed to be just within reach The land had been drained and man the stock of Ciy was fast gaining fame now all but the stallion had to be and consumed the greater part of the ger's way the little railway station vas a great gust of wind surged upon filling the air with and then the heavens ed to burst and the electricity blinded the eyes with its But now the stable near the railroad is and before the breaks is busy rubbing down Suddenly his work is for the shouting of many voices reaches his and he runs hatless out of doors letter to Janet tells what happened ran oot bye in the saw a wheen fowk on the south o' the station the hale bang o' them ahint three or four trucks thocht somebody was so it ower there aa falst as ma legs would cairry the trouble The wind has blown these cars down the siding on to the maia line said ane o' the and the Pacific Express is almost due Then the hale thing struck me like a shot saw that men women were tae shove the cars baok up the bit incline an aft the main wer na managin for the wind was the says ye can dae if Awa gangs flings the prize a won at macch on to the stallion an he never said boo aboot awa back we gallops Amang the o' the storm and the shoutin o' the the horse on to the first gied i him his held Janet ab l he kenned brawly whit wis ed He lookit roond ance or twice then a tae him and he pit his he d tae his an it was gr doon tae sic a rug an tig wad hae thocht his hairt wad burst A the fowk an at last she awee then awee then she moved for guid the wind daen its tae haad us back did not tell his wife the whole story of his heroic but the letter contained the long ticket The truth is that the I very moment the cars left the main line ard the points snapped into the express train went past like a flash A KIND OF HOW FAR THE PLEA OF TOMANIA IS ADMITTED Peculiar Cases In Medical Who Would Not Eat His Food Was of a Delicate Extra for as he stretched his weary frame and disappeared as instantly In the darkness of the storm while the ple blocked the wheels of the and helped to his horse and lead him dripping to the stable French specialist in nerve diseases who are threatened with nerve savs many of them not from too much but brain work in too many rections The Frenchwoman is wl his ears anu American tries to be all of these at a word ths old tenant went and with brimming eyes turned fully toward a distant land counted upon his horse A family living in dently to bring him success has a crow that gets drunk on beer for not bear to stay at fie steals into the cellar and manages to break a bottle of and drinks remains in the bottle Then he carries the pieces of the broken tle of the window and disposes of BO that no trace remains of the When he presents himself stairs his gait Is his voice is and he looks upon the world bloodshot temper ejes and in an evil he sighed as he said for the hundredth time to a a He wis a sure ane for the And as Janet sat with folded hands silently listening to the clicking of the old only familiar sound In the Liverpool garret which seemed to her a very prison the bairns slept unconscious of change or care she sobbed long O Lord how for had sailed away Religion becomes ridiculous when a and her world and heart very congregation of only thirteen empty now as the only six in condition to takes wind bowled dismally among the neys and wrestled noisily among the loosened above great tears fell upon the pow ol wee in at her and she prayed Heavenly Thou ma man this nicht upon the great waters cutting down the number of and bring him speedily tae a haven o the cost of safety and peace but have had no effect in cutting Then wee waking asked upon Itself the support of a church and a minister The instance in Atchison has a parallel in almost every town in the United There are too many Churches and too many ministers to support Hard times have resulted in number of churches to be Theie arp a great many Is daddy name Even the smell of the ship seemed down the supported people WTO they can't go j to sicken after he had time to to unless their path is paved notice for he did not enter the with debts incurred in keeping up a age cabin until his horse had quieted New Yorkers are making an attempt to secure the passage of a law limiting the height of buildings Architects and Health experts have been giving down somewhat after sudden frights from the shrill whistles of tugs and tenders a change it was to him after the quietude of country life and Had it been tor the he would have let the ship mony to a committee of the board sail without and returned to the trade with a view to ascertaining where lonely wife and But soon his every thought was occupied In caring for the for as the chip got out to a heavy swell was encountered and the noble animal fretted sorely as each succeeding roll swayed It from one side of the stall to the other What feelings were no one but he would ever as he staggered bearing food and to his although ill he cared tenderly for the wants of his Often as he stooped to change a or rub the swollen legs of his a fit of sickness caused to fall among the but the affectionate beast fought against its own weakness to keep from treading Through storm and calm two were and when resources for the con- weariness closed he just dropped down in the and bered safely beside his Clydesdale the limit ought to be put The chief oi the fire department said it was sible to fight fires in buildings more than 125 feet high But the newest and strongest testimony against the bigh building was furnished by Charles S. president of the board oi said above a height of seventy feet the air in big cities is full of smoke and and necessarily Then it is to get good water up to the high floors of the big to say Sng of the dangers by fire and col- The part played by the Bank ol Spain In floating the new loan of the war in Cuba has placed institution in a very awkward In addition to the Immense sums which it has furnished to the government it has one way and nearly 400 to people who subscribed for the The bank may therefore be said to have found the major portion ol the money Besides this the bank te a creditor to the ment under various heads to the extent more than Inasmuch the capital fully paid up of the together with Its reserve only amounts to It will readily seen that the strain to which the leading financial in la being subjected is and cannot be orach disaster It was a gaunt and pallid man that led forth the weary Clydesdale when New York was and the tators did not hear him heave a great sigh of relief and murmur to his bling bat gled yer are bale if yer wame Is like The veets wad ye for gin they saw ye nae tosh come oot brawly the for Is hereditary like spavie imagined that when he board ed for Kansas his troubles and sickness would hut he was a journey that Vraa before the smooth of tto of du upon the matress in the tle 11 maj bes win a welcome the morn or day But was mistaken in his reckoning Next dav next many a long dav failed to find for h s horse for the Kansas folk would of him wad atti hae me clip his said he one morning as he was busy rubbing in the sic The auld horse him sel hadna flner Clip the a d as sune hae ma am heid gien a convict crop like And so the weeks went by trying to convert the people to preciation of pedigree and excellence while on their part turning a deaf ear to ude plebeian stallions which the owner of Conqueror often rated in their hearing as weeds juist fit for a mairch tae the What with the excessive pinch mg and increasing worry fast faded to a shadow of the robust man that bid weeping Janet farewell at Liverpool and his slender purse was getting alarmingly light The horse however seemed to suffer nothing for he had his loving ers care and many a mile they daily over the un- prairies where the cheery notes of the and the scent of riad flowers soothed vit s sorrows and brought him into si lent communion with well scenes abroad and his heirt tuned towards his fatherland and family The sweet wild glasses brought ness to the frame of the horse the fiesh air filling his lungs gave him vim that with the saddened mien of his master It s a gran thing ma said one day as rested m the shade of the it s gither an unco blessin that no a tae say a he's awa frae frae the bonnle bit frae the douce but let's see what she and he drew out a letter which had reached him that and read ma ain a canna thole It much langer try tae keep up ma and the bairns tales o' the auld hame but O ma hairt 11 break gin ye dinna send sune 4 m wae for the sichts soonds o the when the are sit ma een shut hear the whimple o' the the Unties lilt the through the rowan trees where wee Elsie yer voice comes frae the tae the kye O wake up mind that It's a for It's there's nae arr here In the muckle even God seems farer when ye canna see the will It be lang And rose up ing his eyes as he donned his and 4ed his horse with never a word out of the cool shadow of the That was surely the bravest and luckiest pull that ever Clydesdale for it rendered him famous from that day when the sent an of the no- ble deed to the pres dent of the it i d was with his wife and family the Pacific Ex- press that made further in- on learning that a Scotch man and Clydesdale averted the im- pending catastrophe by presence of mind and strength of bone and he lost no time in paying a visit And so you are from exclaimed the president after many questions the horse is actually Dumbarton Surely wonders will never cease nor is the world wide enough to lose a Scotsman my father w do you None other than William Campbell of Balbirnie On hearing which nearly fell upon his neck then criol michty me rt An ma die ken he bred Con- Within a month after his Dauv who persisted in making light of the service he had rendered to the president of the received a letter that Iman the contents of which 3tl and delimited him ind he coi Id scarcely believe his when he unfolded and read over and a deed for one of the best and most Improved farms along the line of the Chicago Kansas and Western deed made in vor of Dav id Thompson and his wife ind designating the farm as Freeman The weary man after a and with trembling but warning with entered the jy stable without a served ils horse a heaping measure of Then he sat down and ed him eat it When Janet and the bairns in due course ef time trooped off the cars at When the horse and his owner step- ped out upon the the to were becoming and away to the the clouds had Into a ing mass of varied colored vapor while ever and anon flashes of ning flew across the turbid A sound came from the direction of the and the atmosphere was stifling as the man and his affrighted steed sped towards the seeking to escape from the Impending Faster and faster went the the foam flecking htt mouth and aides aa he galloped on- ward master out at d the wise it call says when 1 he to find a I name for stealing however the wise have outgrown that tei m says the New York Herald have submit ted kleptomania in its stead Mrs Castli of San Francis co Is not a 1 ut a kleptoman lac For kleptomania we are is a form of insanity renders its victim Ni p distinctions of this sort were not known to our an In their s view a atic was a ravins a person who did not know t i i and con sequence of his ai is On this point law and u IP fully agreed But me has adv i iced far more rapidly law i ul is gradually teaching its si n noo that a luna tic need not rave anil i ige m order to be that from that pom Him aie numer ous gradations tow n 1 h normal state till we reach a c on ihe borderland between mil of whom it is difficult to di c uk tb exact de gree of then In one light m tv be and irre although in all other tions of life mav be sane and A kleptomaniac for example ib a person w bo be perfectly rational undei cir vet when pi iced under the stress of is im- to il records arc the man who would not ca unless his food was stolen hu him bv ins food 111 a cor ner BO that he could imagine be wab purloining it Thin wit he fash who i hei in il for theft confessed to so w 1 1 t ing o pob g sin siv i it it she could In 1 v itri n rifling the altar Tin u i tli woman men Honed by Di c. i j 11 v in HIP obedience 10 ill the cunni i save i who wl PII was nothing cNe to hi 1 u ds up would often t thf t i of a friend fill h i poi with 1 fort Rush s time the Geman I nadi li ul similar inst u re b He in s a doc tor of who could not PUP his without taking something av av would make it i pri to Maich bfs pockets whenever he home ami would find ami to their owners the and other knick knai K Hi which they were stuffed He n kes a ret ord of a still mo e curious case the almoner of a of cuirassiers a w II edu who on pai nil ole the hand of tic But what are all civ s ii ihil of the penitent whose kkp 01 i n i i itself on his ck i 1 i d so that IK quietly abstt i t d i1 c SHU f box of tht mr t ro bo Ions ago as IS i RP view of Londo i in in i tick on the pi note 1 the fact tha the extent of i i on even by ladies of rink and position is ven great There are pr sons a mania of Hub km 1 so well known among the that their and descriptions arc passed h to hand for mu tual The attendants allow them to tp what like with out seeming to observe them and after ward send a with the prices of the goods purloined to then houses Twenty later the Times repeated the one who is acquainted with London society it said could at furnish a dozen of who have been notor for articles of trifling value from the where they hab the village folk set up a Dually dealt Then modus operandi mighty and said audibly was so to his you me t our ain laird Thanks to the said Janet Then Ike stepping from the ranks of the admiring changed his quid of tobacco into his other swung his hat in the air and shouted feller don't yer ferget His name la by out of bald lock Mary of holler for the His name aint mud no can bet yer boots on And they S. ander in North British New A a careful man of the old is reported by the Detroit Free Press to have lately rebuked his daughter in the following The young woman had become u enthusiastic and her conversation was beginning to show the effects of absorption in the new Her father listened and one day he would you mind closing that I am getting as cold aa an The daughter closed the offending and then cold as cold as an don't understand Is I thought the word was quite In accord with your new verbal If a an Icicle an U Old Maid the letter and if he asks It just say a ir il M Messenger I shall ba cents more for that of k 1! I. There is one 1 i i try tl at Ins ml in i- u c ins t i UK in n Alivo to tl i sigi s if I to t it 11 ti MS f i aie now c n ul t i v ilu ible pi lil c in n ki M k r i ami 1. M k if ul b cum mis ve v tiou on the t f t for the prc i int and ntv -j Lr pi i for it a will be fou ul In itb pi bos been Liken in its dist with iln h be just thi t ling ni i dt 1 f ers and just the thine i for the raie of tli IK H a Took i t Hoi k i valu 11 li to keep i u han i f t It c i i mis full n r sard to tin it s house u hie li u v i IA i ns nts i u tin M for Pains and he's M I i 1 o cm si i ui a of tl t i I llf 111 I tc lib of i ape r 1 i li i n t pub in ii it ti r ik t-x 11 fi r the I he hi K 111 i r e u 1 11 vi I to ill i t Hal niu e M i I i t 111 u l t l 11 S I II I M Mil Ul 1 s M ll 1 s i i ot l' I l tl I I I 1 UK f I 1 111 t 1 1 I 1 I Of 1 V 1_ I v t h n i w i v v Nt n 1 f t i i tli 1 KI i t n l i i 1 h 1 II in h TO t I III V IN I M T ll P T it i 1 r t a t u Oh no T l i cold In I t I N i ov club t Just t 1 1 t thar k 1 m mil tit A bird In the bin 1 No w nun i 1 The p< i L in iv LM bush But the I Ird In Ihp li Is this dei o mother wants to i women s boys fet p -n uk What U v f 1 I It Is foid Iv i i many people are i i tells esci II i vt bad that be doisi l 'em known on their re lurn from their ur VPS their relatives took care to am the nature of their inquired from the coachman the houses at wbich he had been ordered to stop as a mat ter of course reimbursed the trades men to the full value of the pilfered goods In other casts a hint was en to the various shopkeepers at whose establishments these monomaniacs made their purchases and they were simply forewarned to notice what was taken away and to furnish the which was paid as soon as furnished as a matter of by the pll ferer without any feeling of shame or emotion of any kind It is only recently that kleptomania has be- come recognized by the courts People know d H medicine all others fail s von y n r j an abiding confidence m curat Hoods Sarsaparilla rhe fact One Trie Hood's Fills j Daring the Aunt sitting up ing at this It's only a little note to Harry Aunt Harry only left you five minutes but there is thing I forgot to ask and It's very important Aunt Carrie asked him if he loved me and he said but I forgot to ask him if he would love me son has become quite a bicycle rides two wheels at My rides four at SMOKE YOUR MEAT OW PM SURE CURE FOR or F PILE N. W. N. Wben writing to yen the advertisement In 7 in wai y 1 1 ll In 1 e C' 1 J nr ft i r i 1 l i II 4 1 t- e e a-r r 1 aj L 1 ikr irp mvs erv in Icj v jn r i i i ion ir oJ i v P n pj w Eli V 1 v I. I I S L a r e T 1 k t l i t c 1 i V U to f thi i 1 1 MJ ue o ting tr rn am f it cr no o t ck k e i ou e Ji i of T i obi I t have it rp f i rent v be h M ue rp ard tnr m The Nun In October 1 Asteroid Berlin was set bodies as No of discovery of rapid no less been tound and October 1 four asteroids then not a year discovery of or declares Is a it gave 1 of his bean H do that a ths to much m Journal
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