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THE BROAD AX-
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"Will promulgate and at all times uphold
the true principles of Democracy, but
farmers. Catholics, Protestants, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans,
Priests, or any one else can have their say,
0-long as their language 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.
C6 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
BnUrtd at Post Office
"We arise to inquire, who said,
"I have never accepted an office
from any political party, and never
will." It certainly cannot be any
one who is now aspiring to the U.
The C. B. Durst Grocery Com
pany are receiving their new goods
for the holidays. They are end
men. Give them a call.
erood mem and should either of
them receive the appointment, tlfe
laws ot Uncie Sam wouia oe iaiiu-
The Diamond is twenty-five per
cent, better than any other Coal in
J, W. Whitehead, Jr., Aot.,
10W.. Second South.
The Christmas exercises at Unity
Hall, last Sunday, were very pleas
ing and interesting, being a Union
Service of the Unitarian Society
and Sunday School. Dr. Hudson
delivered a short address, full of
feeling and truth, on "How to Be
come as a Little Child' The exer
cises of the children, the songs and
the music were entertaining and
The Unitarian society is a
growing institution in Salt Lake,
and all are welcome to its meetings.
Hereafter, this society will meet in
the DenhalterHall,onTaird South.
Preaching at 11 a. m., on each
Sunday. Attend their services next
Little Frankie J. Cannon will
expire by limitation this week.
"Sic transit glori raundi."
Thatcher's Germade the finest
breakfast food in the market. Trv
The New Year, with its new
resolutions, new hopes and new
ambitions, is again with us. The
ashes of the old year have been
scattered to the winds, but their
memory will still remain. Let us
all make vows of reformation and
keep them, too. The world is grow
ing better, and we should keep
pace with its advancement. We
wish a Happy New Year to all our
Burlesque Opera Romeo and
Juliet to be given by the Orpheus
Club, under direction of W. L.
Haskell, Salt Lake Theatre, Jan.
7th and 8th, 18'JG
Cast Romeo, Geo. D. Pyper;
Capulet, John D. Spencer; Mercu
tio, W. J. McCov; Friar, F. K.
Gillespie; Tybalt," F. D. Halm;
Nurse, George Westcrvelt; Apothe
cary, W. L. Haskell; Juliet, W. H.
Grand Ballet. Male chorus, -10
voices. Don't fail to attend.
Manufacturers of the Finest Brands of
NEW ROLLER PROCESS . . .
' PATENT Big
Whole Wheat "
Baker's Choice "
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All Kinds of Mill Products.
129 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET.
The Lowest Prices quoted. S. J. JEPPESEN, Agent.
SJT Ask for
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r no other.
I? Finest Breakfast Prod
J. BERGERMAN, Manager-
Telephone No. 473.
UTAH LIQUOR CO.,
WHOLESALERS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
167 South Main Street,
ma,0A0EnrosEortc.mptuy SALT LAKE GITY, UTAH.
iM-immi coal co
Among the first important busi
ness demanded from the new State
legislature, is the reduction of fees
in all the courts, and the allowance
of a salary to officials, instead of
the rotten fee system. Litigation
has become so expensive that a
poor man has but little chance to
i obtain redress from the oppressor's
; wrong. We hope the legislature
j will act promptly and effectually in
A would-be Senator from Utah,
known as a freak, a streak of "sun
shine' is a defendant in a petty
lawsuit in a justice's court, in
which an employe is the plaintiff.
Some people have greatness thrust
With the passing of the Terri
tory into Statehood, there will come
a few new federal offices which will
be filled by appointment, and which
logically belong to the Democrats.
The most important is that of U.
S. District Judge. We understand
the following gentlemen are aspir
ants for the position, viz : Gover
nor C. W. West, J. W. Judd, John
A. Marshall, W. C. Hall, S. A.
Merritt and Charles Baldwin.
These gentlemen are all, honest,
capable men, and if either of them
get the prize, there will be no mis
take made. We have a hint that
there is a dark horse or two in the
field, but we are not advised as to
the truth of the rumor.
-For the position of U. S. District
Attorney 4 the names of James A.
Williams, of this city, and Judge
W. L. McGinnis, of Ogden, are
the most prominent. They are both
TnERE is a big job lot of Repub
licans out for a presidential nomi
nation next year; and they all think
what they need most is a boom. It
is the opinion of the devil nr our
office, that the most of them need
an epitaph much more than a boom;
and the indications are that they
will get what they need. The latest
offering is Bradley, of Kentucky,
who was elected governor of that
State by Republican votes, Wall
Street gold, and by the grace of
John G. Carlisle.
Salt Lake City-.
Nov. 30tb, 1895.
J. F. Taylor, Esq.
I have read with much interest
your recent thorough and excellent
address concerning the political
status and relations of your race
in our country: and while I should
not agree with all of its conclusions,
I am heartily in sympathy with its
method and its spirit. Nothing
but good can resu t from honest in
vestigation of truth on both sides
and from all standpoints.
Yours very sincerely,
Adelbert L. Hudson.
Main Office and A
Yard near Hot 1
Spr'gs R.R.depot .
Telephone 650. f
Livery, Feed and Boarding. Fine Car
nages am-ays on nana, rrompmess ana
Good Service Guaranteed.
BERO, ROBISON & CO ,
No. 317 South State St. Telephone 95.
D. H. Beko, Manager.
H BLANK & CO.,
. . DEALERS IN .
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay. Gram.
Flour, Feert, Co-1 and Kiiiillinj; Wood.
AllOkders Promptly Filleu
NO 374 SOUTH MAIN. -
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS AKD EHBALHERS,
25 East Third South.
Sole agents for YoomanM New York lint The
Leader. We ali carry SteUon's and
other fine tuts.
W. P. Noble Mercaotile Co.
HATS, CAPS i- GEJiTS' FURNISHINGS.
Salt Lake Hack Line
Oflee under Walter Brou' Bank.
Fin Carriage on Stand Day and Sight. Charget
Cor. Second South and Main.
JOHN FARBINGTON, Prop.
Gretn, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits Poultry and Fish.
251- MAIN ST. Telephone 157.
TTTiJLIT tJroUuce an
tooo Commission (Co.
Wholeal9 and retail dealers In Silver Laf as4
Patent Floor, Qroceiiri, llaj. Grain, llutxr.
Eggs, Poultry, Paper, Etc.
Telephone 311. 155-7 W. South Temple.
I now hare In mj etnploj a first-class practical
Optician. Am better prepared than heretofore t
grind and fit glasses to volt the sight.
EYES TESTED FREE.
ITfV f fflVlTT Jeweler and Optlelnn.
Aliatai i. WIAili 162 Main St. Salt Late Clt?.
Park City, Utah,
Dec. 28th, 1895.
Julius F. laylor, Esq.,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Dear Sir. Enclosed you Trill
please find $1.00 for six months
subscription for your paper.
"Wishing you all success I remain
Ontario Canyon, Park City, Utah.
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All kinds of Coal.
Office in Godbe-Pitts Drue
Miners ot and dealers in Weber Coal. YARD,
331 S. Third Wort Street; Telephone No. 411.
CITY OFFICE, 1C0 Main Street; Te.ephooe No. 111.
WSBK3 GOAL COMPANY
W. J. Montgomery. Agent. Sell -alt kinds of
Coal. Clean Coal and f oU weight guaranteed.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
In Oil Painting and
Art Needle Work.
OIL PAINTINGS FOR SALE;
ffrs. J. p. Jaylor, .rtist
Student of the Chicago Art Isatfarte.
Studio No. 7IO Main St
Clothing Furnishing Goods,etc.
Wiscomb & Co ,
The best place for Family SuppKee.
58 E. FIKST SOUTH ST.
I7() State St, Salt Lake. City.
Utah Poultry and
Produce Comaoission Co.
108 W. FIRST SOUTH ST..
iSALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
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