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THE BROAD AX.
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Will promulgate and at all times uphold
the true principles of Democracy, bat
farmers. Catholics, Protestants, 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.
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platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
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THE BROAD AX.
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Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher jlnd Editor.
Entered at Post Office as second-class
The Plain-Double-Dealer has
virtually entered a plea o "guilty."
To Messrs. Wells, Allen and
Cannon: Why not mike your tour
on wheels? You could have a "bi
cycle built for three."
The three Republican judicial
candidates for this district, are
daily seen wandering around the
streets, like a lost dog at a fair.
They look amazed and chagrined;
they feel too big to cry, and it
hurts too bad to laugh.
average Republican's sympathy for
him is also far-reaching; it reaches
away down to Georgia, but skips
The real trouble with the coun
try is not too much silver and sot
enough gold, but too much jingo
republicanism in the past. Two
years and a half ago they left the
U. S. treasury empty, and a big
lot of unpaid bills. The Demo
crats have been paying off these
old scores, and prosperity is again
beginning to show her smiling
face. The cry that "hard times
were caused by Democratic rule'
would make an angel weep and an
honest man turn, his face to the
wall in shame.
LOST, STRAYED OB STOLEN.
A pair of Republican
branded Arthur L. T
They have been
missing since the Republican. State
Convention. They are not sup
posed to be together, as when last
seen they were going in opposite
directions. If found, return to
G. O. P. headquarters, and receive
the thanks of
Rep. Campaign Committee.
"A colored man, by the name of
Finney, who was on his way from
Stirling to his home, in the Strip,
was arrested Thursday, by order of
Deputy Sheriff Olmstead, on the
complaint of C. L. Morgan, charg
ing him with passing a silver half
dollar, supposed to be counterfeit.
The hearing was set for the ,15th,
and the defendant was committed
to jail in default of bonds' Later.
"The coin was found to be good,
and Finney was discharged."
If the above incident had took
place south of the Mason and
Dixon line, what a terrible example
of "Southern outrage" would have
been given. But this happened in
"bleeding" Republican Kansas, in
a Republican county, by a Repub
lican official, on the complaint of a
good Republican. It is true that
Republican love for the colored
man is climatic. The 'Northern
man adores the negro, just so long
as the latter remains in the South,
hundreds .of miles away; and the
The opening of the Democratic
headquarters last Wednesday even
ing, was a brilliant success. The
spacious room was crowded to suf
focation. The music, the singing,
and the speeches were happily re
ceived; and even our Republican
friends, who were present, smiled
with satisfaction, realizing that this
is surely a "Democratic year." The
arrangement of the hall, and exe
cution of the program, showed the
master hand of that leader of lead
ers, the Hon. O. W. Powers, who
bid all welcome, and presided dur
ing the evening, and impressed all
present, that the laurels of victory
would rest upon the Democratic ban
ner, when the "campaign is over."
Owing to courtesies extended by
the Salt Lake Herald we are en
abled to present our many readers
with a portrait of the Hon. Moses
Thatcher, one of the next U. S.
senatois from the new state of
First Unitarian Church, 44 Main
street. Services at 11 o'clock Sun
day, a. m. Rev. A. L. Hudson,
Pastor. Subject: "The Sunken
A TENNESSEEAN HONORED.
Hon. Thomas Maloney, a native
of Greene County, Tenn., who re
moved to Ogden, Utah, about
eleven years ago, was nominated on
the 5th inst., for judge of the Su
preme Court of the new State, by
the largest Democratic convention
ever held in Utah. Mr. Maloney
received 611 votes, although only
326 were required to nominate.
Mr. Maloney was an influential
member of Utah's Constitutional
convention. The Republicans are
claiming that they will carry the State
of Utah, but Mr. Maloney's recog
nized ability and integrity, and his
deserved popularity, gives promise
that he will be elected. His friends
in -Tennessee wish him success, and
are "sure, that if elected, Tom Ma
loney, as he is still familiarly called
by them, will render the new State
able and efficient service. Daily
Banner, Nashville, Tenn., Sept.
And Live Well,
ITor "we oan foeat -fcti VCorld.
That people ought to
their health and
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CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
CHARLES H. HART,
Union Block, LOGAN, UTAH.
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