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THE BEOAD AX.
Jl?e Broad k
"Will promulgate and at all times uphold
tfee true principles of Democracy-, but
termer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights
01 labor, inndeit, Mormons, HepuDiicans,
PriMta, or any one else can have their say.
Iobjj as their laneu&ge is proper and
responsibility is fixed.
The Broad Ax Is a newspaper whose
platform Is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
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THE BROAD AX,
G6 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
Entered at PostJJMcc 04 aeeond-dasa
Soon the lobby member of the
.legislature will put on bis garb of
We wonder if the schools and
state institutions will suffer this
time, in order -to provide bounties
for the sugar nabobs?
It is said .if "SutuhintF Ike
Trumbo should go to the U. S,
Senate, he will make his mark. We
rise to ask what kind of a mark it
will be? Will it be a mark like
$ .8 $? He will likely make
several of these before he is elect
It is reported that Hon. George
Q. Cannon, about one year ago,
stated -he would never accept an
office at the hands of any political
party, but his friends are'now try
ing to get the grand old man to
forget that he ever said anything of
We clip the following from the
Mt. Pleasant Pyramid, of Novem
ber 14th, and we return our thanks
to Messrs. Williams and Boyden,
for the kind notice:
"The Salt Lake Broad-Ax, edited
by a colored gentleman, says it is
in the race to stay. It has been a
very ably. edited paper, a credit to
.journalism, and its friends should
rally to its support."
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Thb Broad Ax is pleased to note
that the prominent free silver advo
cates are not dismayed at the result
of the elections, but .are getting
ready to make the greatest fight of
the century for the rights of man
kind. Where such men as Morgan,
Test, Joacs, Daniel, Harris, Bland
and haadreds of other giants, get
cm. their fighHng' clothes, the
gold bags and hooked-nosed Shy
lodes of Wall Street, had better
look oat for troable. The South
aad West' are a Knit upoa this great
isee, aid if- the' people of this
eotw-trj are girem a chance, they
will carry the next election by more
than a million majority. Let the
issue be clearly drawn on the finan
cial question and the people will do
"O that mine enemy would write
a book," said the sacred writer.
Quite a number of Republican
leaders have written books within
the last twenty years, and they have
succeeded, at least, in convincing
the public what a set of scoundrels
their associates were. The latest is
from Senator John Sherman, who,
in the sourness of his heart, attrib
utes his defeat for the nomination
for president, to the purchase of
Republican delegates by one of his
opponents. Who would have
thought that such things existed in
the camp of this party of moral
ity. It would seem that these
whitened .sepulchres were being
opened up, and their rottenness ex
posed every day. "When rogues
fall out, then honest men get their
dues." Let the good work go on.
Let some more of these lofty pat
riots write books; it will make
mighty interesting history.
And Live Well,
mor -w can jbeat !&& "'World
The editor of the Broad Ax
desires to express his sincere thanks
to the Herald for the kind and com
plimentary editorial notice, pub
lished by that paper in regard to
the address of Juliu3 F. Taylor,
delivered Nov. 1st, to the colored
people, entitled "The new Dem-
ocracy." The address was also pub
lished in full in last week's Broad
The address has attracted much
attention from many sources. We
have received a number of flatter
ing letters, from prominent men,
but we feel that the Herald is en
titled to our gratitude more than
others, for its extended comments.
We will endeavor to publish some
of the letters and notices, reviewing
the address next week.
The Diamond is twenty-five per
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For their health and
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