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THE BROAD AX.
Jl?e Broad k
Will promulpte and at all times uphold
the true DrfiirlnlftH nf TVmnmnr hut
farmers. Catholic. PmtMtntj
of Labor, Iafldeli, Mormon, Republicans,
Priests, or any one clue can have their say.
IS lAMn Ma kf. - - - 1
The great Eisteddfod has come
and gone, leaving a lasting and
pleasant recollection of this unique
entertainment. The promoters all
deserve praise for their untiring
energy in making the meeting such
a grand success. The tiresidiniT
jrncau, or any one ewe can nave their say, a grana success. The nresidine
o long a their language Is proper and . , -nr . ,
responsibility Is fixed. officers, Gov. West and Ex-Gov.
rfSSfJS'Si1' L JraP?,.1?!! Thomas.discharcred their dnr,V, with
iTT cuuugH wr ou, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
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THE BROAD AX,
60 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
J OLIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
Thomas,discharged their duties with
marked ability and satisfaction;
the latter especially was perfectly
at home in such matters,having true
"Welch blood in his veins, and being
a broad gauged cultured gentleman,
he presided with ease and perfect
And Live Well,
Entered at Post Office
The best governed peonle
those who are governed the least.
The men who think while work
ing, will rule the men who work
. God made the country, and man
made the town, but the Hepublican
party has knocked silver out in both
The love of office to a G. O. P.
politician, is a disease like malaria,
it comes every fall.
While the G. O. P. were howl
ing like mad dervishes on the
Btreeta last Saturday evening, the
Democrats were holding a grand
reception at their headquarters,
which was a "feast of reason and a
flow of soul." The vast room was
packed; the speeches, the music,
and the social intercourse, had the
effect of cheering the hearts of the
friends of Democracy all over the
Territory, as representatives were
there from the north and the south,
and from all quarters came the
feeling of confidence in the superb
management of the campaign.
Speeches were made bv B. H.
Hoberts, Judge Henderson, Gov.
John T. Caine, Fisher Harris and
the versatile O. W. Powers Ti,;
latter gentlemen and his co-workers
are doing splendid missionary work
all over the Territory, and convert
to the cause of Democracy are com
ing to the front every day.
Ior we oan beat -the "World
It was the happy fortune of the
editor ot the Broad Ax to form the
personal acquaintance of the genial
and gallant Democrat, J. W. Hamm,
and was informed by the gentlemen,
that he knew personally all of the
prominent gentlemen we gave as
references in last week's Broad Ax.
It does one's heart good to meet
snch men as Mr. Hamm. and re
ceive such kind words of encourage
ment. Theke are three fellows with a
forlorn look, wandering around the
city. Don't be alarmed by them,
they are harmless; they are trying
to get on the bench in this judicial
district. The only bench they will
ever get on, is the anxious bench
which they already fill.
The ghostly mantle of "tariff and
protection' is serving about the
same purpose to the G. O. "P.
orator, that the old "bloody shirt"
did for a time after the war; both
are decayed material.
The G. O. P. are .trying to make
this campaign a contest of "red
lights" against reason,"gun powder'1
against good sense, "brass bands"
agaiast business, and acrimony
against argument. All of this sort
of '"boisterous effort only displays
the T8in8M of 'their cans. With
the,; tlriakjng character of osr
fcfk,-.oiae will art stake tokaj,
it taM facta as logic, aoautkiag
ttaJG. O. P. are badly i seed of
The Plain Double Dealer is again
nursing a sore spot; this time over
the name of W. W. Taylor. This
gentlemen it seems has assumed to
be god-father for the balance of the
gang, who started in to run a news
paper in opposite directions. The
gang having shaken the dust of
Zion off their feet, the gentleman
who corrals the dogs has taken
charge, and in a card denies that he
personally tried to get money from
Democrats, and calls the editor of
the Broad Ax a liar, etc. Now,
Bro. Taylor, you know we charged
the gang who started vour naner
with this little trick, and so far it
nas never been refuted. If yoa,
like St. Peter of old, are going to
deny your crowd now that they are
gone, it will be your nrivileee: W
look out for the crowing of the cock;
it you were not guilty, vou w
with the crowd who were guilty.
Do not let any hungry cur howl at
your heels, but collect the tax, or
put him in your little waron. Dn
you catch on?
And all other good
things ..-j. r
That people ought to
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