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THE BROAD AX.
J)e Broad k
Will promulgate aad at all times uphold
the true prtriclplea of Democracy, but
farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans,
Priests, or anr one else can have their sav.
is proper ana
platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak Its
Local eommnnkatkms will have atten
tion; write only on one aide of the paper.
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THE BROAD AX,
CO Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
to the Trib.: Keep cool; don't
make yonr usual bad break about
this; it is only expressing a choice
between two men, that the teachers
are guilty of. Your man, Short,
was there, and made his fight, but
the teachers acting as non-partisans,
turned him down. It makes
some difference whose ox gets
The three judicial candidates of
the G. O. P. for this district, are
beginning to get bilious. They
have an unhealthy look. They be
gin to realize they will be left.
They are like the man who got left
by the train. He ran fast enough,
but did not start soon enough.
They are running fast enough, but
thev should have started several
years ago to qualify themselves for
such a race. They should have
trained under Blackstone and Kent
a few years, then they would not
be "briefless barristers."
Any man who can see1 thro ugh a
ladder ought to see that the Jlepub
lican party is opposed to "free
silver" in this country. Read what
John Sherman says.
"I believe John T. Caine will
make a good governor.
Of course he will; but the other
fellow will not, because he will
never be governor, good, bad or in
different. A man who has had "wheels"
between his legs for a long time, is
apt to get them in his head; and a
eovernor with "wheels" will not
run well in Utah. They tried one
in Colorado, and he got punctured.
If you want a sensible, broad,
minded, honest Governor, vote for
John T. Caine; if you want jingo
ism, vote for the other fellow.
Ik you want Salt Lake workmen
to do Salt Lake work, elect Frank
Armstrong, Mayor; if Glendinning
should be elected look out for
another importation of hobos.
Vote for Armstrong and the
Democratic candidate for council
men, and we will have no more
bonds issued in time of peace.
It appears that counterfeit politi
cal news is made in Utah, as well
as counterfeit money. The Tribune
and Geo. M. Cannon are "claiming
evervthine" for the G. O. P.1
Don't let them pass such news on
you, it is but a clumsy imi
tation. The truth is, "This is a
Democratic Year " and there will
be a flood against Republican mis
rule in Utah. Those fellows
remind one of the Antediluvians
who told old Noah, that "it would
not be much of a shower after all'
Wk desire to express our un
qualified endorsement of Mr. M.
B. Mulvey, candidate for council
man on the Democratic ticket from
the Fifth precinct. Mr. Mulvey,
should receive the vote or every
colored man in that precinct. He
has always shown himself to be a
friend to our race by his kindness
and generosity. Give M. E. Mul
vey your vote.
Hoy. B. H. Roberts is the super
ior of C. E. Allen in every regard,
as much as the eagle is the superior
of the turkey buzzard. Send
Roberts to Congress, and Allen
back to his law office.
A DzmocratTc legislature would
select Rawlins and Thatcher for U.
S. Seaatora; men whose interests
aad sympathies ire with the people
of Utah. A Republican legislature
is liable to same Granny Goodwin
aad $ $ of California for
those hoaorable positions. Which
The TrUtme is in sgoay over the
iofssMBat of Oscar Van Cott,
by the teaofcen of Salt Lake coss
ty. It aalk the teachers parttsaas,
ate., iad nugiaes politics has em-
temd the aefceefe. We wold say
Salt Lake City, Nov. 2, 1895.
We tender our sincere thanks to
the following ladies and gentlemen,
who so kindly assisted the Broad
Ax, in giving their reception:
Mrs. -Emily S. Richards, Miss E.
Emery, Mrs. S. Baldwin, Mrs. E.
Butterworth, Miss Hettic Watson,
Mrs. S. Sowles, Mrs. M. J. Hold
ing, Mrs. B. Pettit, Mrs. Mattie
Lewis, Mrs. R. W. Young, Mrs. S.
W. Williams, Mrs.- J. E. Bamber
ger, Mrs. E. McFarland, Mrs. S.
Kingsbury, Mrs. Adam Brown,
Francis Armstrong, M. E. Mulvey,
E. M. Weiler, Orson H. Pettit,
Jefferson Rhodes, John Allen,
George E. Bourne, Richard P. Mor
ns, Joseph M. Watson, Hobcrt
Morris, Robert Patrick, Sr., Walter
P. Jennings, George D. Pyper, Ed
ward L. Sloan, W. H. Dale, Henry
Wallace. H. T. Ball, A. G. Camp
bell, Le Grand Young, T. G. Web
ber, C. H. Hart, of Logan, John
H. Murphy, John A. Marshall, H.
A. Smith, Adam Spiers, M. Lan
nan, Lambert Paper Co., A. W.
McCune, Salt Lake Equitable
Co-op.,C. B. Durst, The Utah Pro
dace and Commission Co., Judge
O. C. Dey, H. J. Dinninny, A.
GreenwaW, P. L. Williams, E. P.
Newell, J.TY. Hannn.C. R. Sav
age, aad we especially thank Mrs.
Stephen B. Newman and her two
beautiful daughters for so kiadly
assktiag in arraagiag the banquet;
We xeesaia, respectfally,
.Mas. Julius F. Taylor.
Jexrus F. Taylor.
J. F. Taylor, who so long con
ducted the popular barber parlors
under the First National bank, now
run by Martin & Brown, is now
located at Salt Lake City, and is
editor of a Democratic campaign
paper, called The Broad Ax, a copy
of which lies before us. Mr. Tay
lor is making a red hot fight for
the Democracy and statehood and
seems to be right in it. Mrs.
Taylor is teaching art and painting
and their many old time friends in
North Dakota will be pleased to
learn of their prosperity and suc
cess.: Fargo Daily Forum and Re
publican, Oct. 13, 1895.
The above notice is one of the
many kind recognitions the Broad
Ax is the recipient of. They cheer
the heart and brighten the path
way of life in our toils and strug
gles. Mnjor A. W. Edwards, the
heditor of the above paper, is a
gallant gentleman, and always was
a kind and true friend to the editor
of the Broad Ax. It was through
him that we were made acquainted
with Senator John M. Palmer, of
Illinois, the latter beiug a relative
of Major Edwards.
This kind notice coming from
our old home, makes us feel that
our old friends and neighbors have
not forgotten us, even when so far
If you vote for a Republican for
the legislature, you will be indirect
ly voting for some one to represent
Utah in the U. S. Senate; and the
Lord only knows who he, she, or
it may be. It may be a Califor
nian or a Utonian. The Republicans
don't believe iu allowing the people
to have much to say in regard to
the election of Senators. The
Democrats believe the people should
have the selection of all our law
makers. The difference between
the two parties is quite mauifest in
128 Main Street.
Not one unhandsome style in the
store color blendings simply per
fect, latest Nacre effects in velvets,
ribbons, flowers, feathers, etc. Every
thing new and modern. - Some
choice designs have been selected.
JVhen will we have you.
aiOHDER fllltMHEftf CO.,
48 S. MAIN ST.
Lambert Paper Go
23 W. First I Headquarters for
South Street, TSBg .' e. ",le
c ti -r l n: j r Printers Supplies,
Salt Lake City j Wrapping Papers,
Bags, Twines, Folding Boxes, Etc
Cereals, aad Trade-Marks
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For Vailed State Feaatere:
JOSEPH L. RAWLTNS,of Salt Lake.
MOSES THATCHER, of Cache.
JOHN T. CAINE, of Salt Lake.
B. H. ROBERTS, of Davis.
For Jadgee lr the Sapreme Ceartc
THOMAS MALONEY, of Weber,
RICHARD W. YOUNG, of Salt Lake,
SAMUEL R THURMAN, of Utah.
For Secretary or State:
FISHER & HARRIS, of Salt Lake.
A. J. WEBER, of Weber.
ALMA GREENWOOD, of Millard.
GUY C. WILSON, of Sanpete.
For MipertBfeadeat ofPtibUc laairae
tloa: KARL G. MAESER, of Utah.
SALT LAKE COUNTY.
For Members of tbe State Senate:
PARLEY L. WILLIAMS,
GEORGE A. WHITTAKEB,
CHARLES R. SAVAGE,
OSCAR W. MOYLE.
For member of (be House of Repre
aeatatlTest DAVID R. ALLEN,
RULON S. WELLS,
JOHN H. MURPHY,
CHARLES W. PENROSE,
ORRIN P. MILLER,
CHARLES J. PENCE,
JOSEPH E. TAYLOR,
For Miperlnteadeat efSeaooIa:
OSCAR VAN COTT.
For Jadffe. Tblrd Jadlelal District:
OGDEN HDLES, of Salt Lake.
ANDREW HOWAT, of Salt Lake.
LE GRAND YOUNG, of Salt Lake.
EDWARD L. SLOAN. '
GEORGE D. PYPER.
For Ity Justice:
W. W. GEE. "
For Hembera or Council:
E. P. NEWELL,
ORSON H. PETTIT.
GEORGE E. BOURNE,
RICHARD P. MORRIS,
JOSEPH M. WATSON,
H. J. HAYWARD.
W. H. DALE.
ROBERT PATRICK, St.,
WALTER P. JENNINGS.
M. E. MULVEY,
GEORGE E. WOOLLEY.
Tk Diamond is twenty-five per
ceat. better than any other Coal ia.
J. W. Whitihbab, Jr., As.,
10 W. Second Soath.
Vote for Moses Thatcher,
Aaa bay yoar shoes of Bask. La
dias shoes from $1.00 to 5.'00;
afcBdre&'s fro 60 emts to J2.50.
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