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THE BROAD AX.
jl?e Broad k
"Will promulgate and at all times uphold
tie true principles of Democracy, but
farmers, Catholics, Protestants, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans,
Priests, or any one else can have their say,
no long as their language is proper and
responsibility is fixed.
Toe Broad Ax is a newspaper whose
platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
Local communications will have atten
tion; wriuf only on one side of the paper.
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THE BROAD AX.
66 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
for the paper. The following is a
partial list of our readers in Eureka:
John McChrystal, Mayor, A. J.
McPhee, Postmaster, J. A. Price,
City Recorder, Edward Pike, Coun
ty Attorney," C. M. Thaxton, City
Attorney, J. T. Sullivan, Sheriff,
T. D. Sulliyan, Judge J. S. Watts,
L. C. Doty, H.C.Kruse, Dr. Field,
Prof. A. M. Bo wen, Judge Martin
Egoe, A. Buckbee, Frank Zarnbom.
In the Broad Ax of next week,
will appear a letter from the Hon.
C. H. J. Taylor, Recorder of Deeds,
"Washington, D. C.
THE COLORED RACE AT
"Pharaoh's Horses' by a 14-year
old boy, named "W. P. Renn, which
shows marvelous ability.
Taking the colored people's ex
hibition, at this display of Ameri
can achievements, and it is truly
the wonder of the age, when we
consider what the race have accom
plished since they gained their lib
erty. One remarkable feature o
this display of negro talent is, that
nearly all of it comes from the
Southern States, where the politi
cians of the North have always
claimed the colored people were so
oppressed and despised, that no
substantial improvement could be
made by the race. The work of
this noble race refutes the false
hood, and proves to the world that
the negro is prosperous and happy
in his old Southern home.
The Broad Ax has taken consid
erable pains to get the data and in
formation from reliable sources, of
what our people are capable of do
ing. The foregoing is a new era in
the history of the negro, and
should encourage and stimulate
every colored man or woman in the
States, to earnestly strive to raise
the standard of excellency above
that of the past. If the negro will
continue to advance, and "help
himself" to the golden opportuni
ties at his hand, the race will soon
become the envy as well as the ad
miration of the world.
Last week the editor of the
Broad Ax side a flying trip, via
Bio Grande "Western, to the stir
ring eitv of "Rriraa nil -fnnnrl wn-
h! only a live town, but a lot of genial,
oif-neartea gentlemen. The re
presentative of the Broad Ax was
most ordially received by that
thorough basinets man and unfal
tering Democrat, Mayor John Mc
Chrystal, who showed as and oar
paper auaj favors during our short
stay. "W also met Postmaster A.
J. McPkee, who is not oaly a reader
f the Broab Ax, bat k acting as
as omr ageatto receive subseriptioas
The President's message to Con
srress. a document of unusual
length, was given to the country
this week. It is devoted principal
ly to foreign affairs, and to the
financial questions now uppermost
with the people of thirpountry.
With reference to the latter, the
President's utterances will be a dis
appointment to the people of the
South and West. The President
will doubtless receive the support of
the money power in the East, regard
less of party, and it would seem he
has had an "itching palm" to cater
to their wishes, during his entire
He favors the retirement of
greenbacks and treasury notes, of
allowing National Banks to in
crease their issue ten per cent. He
favors the issuing of bonds, to
maintain the "national Jack Pot,"
commonly known as the gold re
serve, and he most earnestly op
poses free coinage of silver.
From the attention he gives the
free coiners, it is evident he does
believe the question is settled, or
that the "silver craze," has subsided;
but on the contrary he evi
dently fears the avalanche
that is coming and seeks to stay its
progress. There is nothing new in
his argument against silver, as
every point has been met and an
swered by the advocates of the white
metal. The only effect of the mes
sage on this subject, will be to
cause the lines to be more closely
drawn, and the fight to be brought
to a finish at an earlier date. Let
every friend of silver show his hand,
and step forward and enlist in the
contest for 1896.
The only thing for which we
commend the President in this re
gard, is his unequivocal utterances;
he is honest and outspoken if
Manufacturers of the Finest Brands of
NEW ROLLER PROCESS . .
All Kinds of Mill Products.
129 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET.
The Lowest Prices quoted. S. J. JEPPESEN, Agent.
agr Ask for
6T and take
S3T no other.
Finest Breakfast Food
in the Market.
HM-SAUR COAL CI
Main Office and i
VarH nr Mrvf- V
Sprgs R.R.depot T
Telephone 650. f
Livery, Feed and Boarding. Fine Car
riages always on hand. Promptness and
Good Service Guaranteed.
BERD, ROBENSON & CO.,
No. 317 South State St. Telephone 95.
D. H. Berd, Manager.
226 State St., handles all
kinds of New and Second Hand Goods.
I now hare In my employ a nrst-c. practical
Optician. Am better prepared than heretofore to
grind and at glasses to inlt the sight.
EYES TESTED FREE.
1TE9 f WV1W Jeweler and Optician.
Alffck I. WiAlii SSSMalnSL Salt Lake City.
Successors to Wu. Skewes & Son.
25 East Third South.
Sole agents for YonmanM New York Hat The
Leader. We alao carry Stetaon't and
other fine hats.
l P. Noble Mercantile Co.
16S TLfal-n 6txet.
HATS, CAPS i- GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, etc.
Wiscomb & Co.,
The beat place for Family Supplies.
58 E. FIRST SOUTH ST.
Salt Lake Hack Line
Oflce under Walter Bret.' Bank.
Telephone 273. John Farrington,
Fine Carriages on Stand Day and Sight. Charge
juaxmaou. siana. ai auer urot.'
Cor. Second SoutX and Main.
O O O O O O O TJLZlUrbeek. B.PJlorrit.
All kinds of Coal.
Office in Godbe-Pitts Dreg
o oo oooo
Co. Tel. No. 561.
170 State St, Salt Lake City.
Utah Poultry and
Produce Commission Co.
108 W. FIRST SOUTH ST..
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
THE BROAD AX WOULD LIKE
Tbx street crossings kept a little
cleaner in muddy weather.
Soiu united action by the chari
table people of Salt Lake, to assist
the needy this winter.
At.t. the people of Salt Lake
unite to advertise and booaa Utah
in the East when we become a
Thb pleasant weather continue all
winter, i woaua iaror iuc mise
huntr,yaad the thinly-clad widow
and orphan, as welL
H. BLANK & CO.,
.'. DEALERS IN ..
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay, Grain,
Flour, Feed, Coil and Kindling Wood.
All. Orders Promptly Filled
NO. 374 SOUTH MAIN.
ELI h. PlIGE.ef
Green, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Poultry and Fish.
254 MAIN ST. Telephone 157.
xxooaroxiTXD.) iiwwm j.u.
Wboletale and retail dealer In SUrer Leaf and
Patent Hoar, Oroeenw, Hay, Drain, Batter,
'Eah Pool try. Paper, Xte.
Telephone 311. 156-7 W. South Temple.
VTALTEB L. PRICE, Manager.
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Hlaers of and dealers In Weber CoaL YABD.
2318. Third Vest Street; Telephone So. 41L
Cm OmCE, W0 Mala Street; TwejAose NaHl,
WIBIB COAL COUPAIY
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CoL Clean Coal aad fall weight gnanptaed.
DJU.J. IJiaii Uil, U1UL
Art Needle Work.
OIL PAIHTINGS FOR SALE,
Ire. J. p. Jaylor, irtfct,
Stadeat of the Chicago Art IatifrH
Studio No. 7K Main St.
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