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title: 'The Broad ax. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1895-19??, October 05, 1895, Page 2, Image 2',
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THE BROAD AX.
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"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 nave their say,
mo long as their language is proper and
responsibility is fixed.
The Broad Ax is a newnpaper whose
platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
Local communications will have atten
tion; write only on one side of the paper.
One Year. - - - $2.00.
biz 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, . - .05.
Advertising rates made known on appli
cation. fSr Address all Communications to
THE BROAD AX,
60 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
Hzbzr Wells may be a trick
rider on a wheel, and sit on a sofa
on the stage, but he has never
learned how to ride a Caine, or sit
in the governor's chair, and never
"We would suggest that Prof.
Gleason be recalled, "and try his
skill on the kickers in the Repub
lican camp; there is more of them
to the square inch than anywhere
The Republicans are now wish
ing for Col. Ike, and his "barrel."
The "Sunshine" has deepened into
gloom; and they are wondering if
they hare "killed the goose that
laid the golden egg."
Entered at Post Office
For Catted State Senators:
JOSEPH L. R AWLINS,of Salt Lake.
MOSES THATCHER, of Cache.
JOHN T. CAINE, of Salt Lake.
For CoHgre maa t
B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis.
For Jadges oftfae Sapresae Coari:
THOMAS MALONEY, of Weber,
RICHARD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake,
SAMUEL R THURMAN, of Utah.
For Secretary or Slate:
FISHER S. HARRIS, of Salt Lake.
A. J. WEBER, of Weber.
ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard.
GUY a WILSON, of Sanpete.
For Saperlateadent or Pablle I astro e
tlea: KARL G. MAESER, of Utah.
SALT LAKE COUNTY.
For Members oftae State Senate:
PARLEY L. WILLIAMS,
GEORGE A. WHTTTAKER,
JOSEPH S. RAWLINS,
CHARLES R. SAVAGE,
OSCAR W. MOYLE.
For Kesaoen or tae Iloase of Bepre-
DAVID R. ALLEN,
RULON S. WELLS,
JOHN H. MURPHY,
CHARLES W. PENROSE,
ORRIN P. MILLER,
CHARLES J. PENCE,
JOSEPH E. TAYLOR,
For Saperlnteadeat of Schools:
OSCAR VAN COTT.
For JBdffes, Third Judicial DlstIeU
OGBEN HILES, of Salt Like.
ANDREW HOWAT, of Salt Lake.
LB GRAND YOUNG, ot Salt Lake.
The Republican campaign re
minds one of a swarm of bees with
out a queen; they arc running
around in all directions, tumbling
over and against each other, and
then quieting down to a submissive
group as though fate was against
them. Even the exuberant Harry
McCallum has a dejected air as he
vacantly gazes at the Oquirrh
range, hoping against hope for the
gulls of the lake or the inhabitants
of the desert to pull the G. O. P.
out of the hole.
The Diamond is twenty-five per
cent, better than any other Coal in
J. "W. "Whitehead, Jb., Agt.,
10 TV. Second South
"Allen that is born of woman,
is of few days and full of trouble"
when he talks of Southern con
stitutions. Have you read Fog Horn Allen
on southern constitutions? The
gentlemen evidently took hold of
the hot end of the poker, when he
tackled that topic. "Our Joe" so
completely and everlastingly wiped
the earth with him, that he has
"that tired feeling" ever since.
The Plain Double Dealer of last
week contained nearly three col
umns of bad English, and worse
logic, trying to get out of the hole
of duplicity, but only succeeded in
getting in its own filth up to its
ears. Its weak attack upon several
of the colored citizens of Salt Lake,
including the editor of the Broad
Ax, only create a smile of pity for
the poor wretch who has been
caught in his own trap. "Whom
the Gods would destroy, they first
make mad," and this fellow is now
mad enough to bite himself. This
crowd and their paper has been
"weighed in the balance and found
wanting," and their political obi
tuary notice will appear in the
Broad Ax inside of six weeks. As
there is a law against cruelty to
animals, we will desist from any
more punishment between now and
And Live Well,
Ho:r we can beat tlie Torlci
And all other good
That people ought to
For their health and
The immortal Gods are neither
willing nor able to harm us.
Vote for' Moses Thatcher,
And buy your shoes of Baer. La
dies' shoes from $1.00 to $5.00;
children's from GO cents to $2.50.
No.24 Main St., opposite Z.C.M.I.
In Oil Painting and
Art Needle Work.
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C. B. DURST
. BROBERY M,
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