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THE BROAD AX. yj
J)Q Broad fix
"Will promulgate and at all times uphold
the true principles of Democracy, but
famert, Catholics, Protestant, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans,
Priests, or any one else can have their say,
o long as their language is proper and
responsibility Is fixed.
The Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose
platform is broad enough for all, ever
rUiming 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.
MnUrtd at Post Office as second-doss
What has become of Carley
Cannon, our Delegate? Has he
flaked before that effulgent streak
of sunshine, surnamed Col. Ike
Tom Reed has lost his moustache.
If his strength lies in his hair, like
Samson's of old, his spinal cord
trill be like an empty sausage at
this session, as he is also bald-headed.
"The world is my country, and
to do good is my religion."
A lot of Republicans in the
House embraced an opportunity to
perform the 'fire-fly" act, last
Tuesday, by introducing a resolu
tion looking to the impeachment of
Minister Bayard. It was a failure,
but it afforded a chance to display
a little grandstand jingoism.
Tbe g. o. p. fellows have been in
a stew about the location of their
national convention. We think the
most appropriate place would be
the Great Mammoth Cave of Ken
tucky. It is said that even the
fish there are blind, and anyone
who would rote that ticket now
may have eyes but they cannot see.
The long-legged county attorney,
and his three pigeon stools, known as
county selectmen, are liable to feel
the cold hand of the law before
many moons. This crowd have
been raising a big cloud of dust,
in order to hide their own trail of
"mileage' and pleasure trips to
For clothing, furnishing goods,
hats and caps, visit O'Reilly's,
210 Main Street.
Congressional news has been
rather tame thus far. It is prob
able that after the holidays, me
animals will be a little more active.
The Republicans have such an over
whelming majority, that there is
likely to be a row in their own
camp. One thing is certain, that
no legislation will be passed in the
line of free coinage. The people
can expect no relief from the hands
of, the "gold hug" aggregation.
Senator Chandler's bill for the free
coinage of silver, is a fair sample of
the burlesque manner with which
the subject will be treaUd. If the
people ask bread, they will be given
For all kinds of Christmas
presents, such as silverware, jewel
ery, fancy goods, and toys, in great
varietyat the lowest prices, visit the
Golden Rule Bazaar, 227, and its
Branch, 43 Main Street.
John Sherman's book should
bear the title of "JVhat I knoxo
about Republican Leaders." He
tells a few party secrets, and spares
neither the living nor the dead.
The book had such a chilling effect
on some of the former class, that
they have been laid up with severe
colds ever since. We doubt if even
the half has yet been told; but
enough has been said to show that
the Senator is not suffering from
a very high temperature of love for
some of the g. o. p. idols.
The large increase in immigra
tion during the past six months is
worthy of Congressional attention.
It is a subject that needs legisla
tion promptly and to the point.
Persons from the Old World with
bleached characters and un-American
instincts should be received
upon our shores with caution. Pro
tecting the money power with high-
tariff laws and leaving our labor
exposed to the influx of cheap
laborers and paupers, will bring us
to a condition of European vassal
age. Let us protect our own land
from this swarm of pests before it is
The Diamond is twenty-five per
cent, better than any other Coal in
J. W. Whitehead, Jr., Aot.,
10 W. Second South.
SEE HOW WE GROW.
The editor of the Broad Ax en
joyed a pleasant trip over the range
to Park City last week. We found
this mining metropolis lively and
busy, and we also found a nice lot
of new subscribers and friends of
the Broad- Ax. The following
names were added to our Park City
John W. Girger, Shields Bros.,
G. W. Groo, R. V. Ivory, F. J.
McLaughlin, R. C. Cordell, P. M.,
James Sweeney, John Paradise,
John McDonald, Salon Spiro, D.
A NUMBERof the"smallfry" variety
of newspapers in Utah are publish
ing a lot or readymade commenda
tions of Isaac Trumbo for
U. S. Senator. This streak of
so-called sunshine, is only a
phosphorescent vapor, artificially
produced, and whea examined
under the sunlight of common
sense, he will prove to be nothing
more than a political glowworm.
This attempt to manufacture public
opinion, and boom "Ikey" for
senator, is the height of impudence.
We concede to the Republicans the
two senators from Utah; but we
trust they will not pass by the
many talented and brainy men, of
that party, and send to Washington
a California representative of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, who
would be but a mental nudity in
comparison with a dozen bright
men of Utah, who would accept the
position. All this warmed over,
high-sounding praise by Colonel
Isaac Trumbo, on Col. Isaac Trum
bo, ought to disgust the whole
people and especially the members
of the legislature, upon whom, the
responsibility of electing a senator
Thunbo papers please copy.
Manufacturers of the Finest Brands of
NEW ROLLER PROCESS . . .
THATCHER GERHADE, Sttw
All Kinds of Mill Products.
129 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET.
The Lowest Prices quoted. S. J. JEPPESEN, Agent.
S Ask for
r and take
CT no other.
J. BERGERMAN, Manager.
Telephone No. 473.
UTAH LIQUOR CO.,
WHOLESALERS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
167 South Main Street,
MA,LVrTDSEDRT0oMPTLY SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
mumm m co.
Main Office and i
Yard near Hot
Spr'gs R.R.depot 7
Telephone 650. f
Livery, Feed and Boarding. Fine Car
riages always on hand. Promptness and
Good Service Guaranteed.
BERO, ROBISON & CO.,
No. 317 South State St. Telephone 95.
O. H. Bero, Manager.
H BLANK & CO.,
. . DEALERS IN ..
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay, Grain,
Flour, Feci1, Coil and Kindling Wood.
All Orders Promptly Filled
NO. 374 SOUTH MAIN.
Skewes Undertaking Co,
Successors to Wji. Skiiwes & Son.
FUNERAL BUS AND miSXM
25 East Third South.
Sole agents tor Toaman's New York Bat Tbe
Leader. We alo cany Stetson's and
other fine hats.
W. P. Noble Mercantile Co.
163 "VTa'-H Stxoet.
HATS, CAPS & GESTS' FURNISHINGS.
Salt Lake Hack Line
Oflee under Watter Bro.' Bank.
Fine Carriages on Stand Day and Xight. Ckarott
Reasonable. Stand, at Walker Brat.' Bank,
Cor. Second SoutX and Main.
JOES FARBIHGTOir, Prop.
O O O O O O O TJLElUrbeek.
o o o o ooo
elierbecs & mm
All kinds of Coal.
Office in Godbe-Pitts Drug
Co. Tel. No. 661.
Miners of and dealers In Weber CoaL YARD.
331 8. Third West Btreet; Telephone No. 41L
CTXT 0F7ICE, 160 Main Street; Telephone No. 1U.
WXBIB GOAL COHPAIY
W. J. Hontcoxnerr. Asent. Sell all kinds of
CoaL Clean Coal and fnU weight guaranteed.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
In Oil Painting and
Art Needle Work.
OIL PAINTINGS FOR SALE,
Trs. J. p. Jaylor, frti$t,
Student of the Chicago Art IastiMc
Studio No: 710 MAJn'Sfc
ELI L. PIGE,
Green, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Poultry and Fish.
254 MAIN ST. Telephone 157.
Wholesale and retail dealers In Silver Leaf -and
Patent Flour. Groceries, liar. Grain, Batter,
Eggs, Poultry, Paper, Etc
Telephone 311. 155-7 W. South Temple.
I now hare In my employ a nrst-cos practical
Optician. Am better prepared than heretofore to
grind and fit glasses to suit the sight.
EYES TESTED FREE.
ITf9 ! WV1TT Jeweler and OpUdan.
Alfsffc 1. W I Alii 262 Main St. Salt Lake, City.
U TlJhLLiljJL b
Clothing furnishing Goods, etc.
MAINSTREET. ON-Ci IlUC-Ii
Wiscomb & Co.,
The best place for Family Supplies.
58 E. FIRST SOUTH ST.
170 State St, Salt Late City.
Utah Poultry and
Produce Commission Co.
108 W. FIRST SOUTH ST.. .
1SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
WAXTZB L. PRICE, Vaaager.