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THE BROAD AX
Jr;e Broad fix
Will promulgate and at all times uphold
the true principles of Democracy, but
farmers, Catholics, Pro testaats,-Knights
of Labor, InHdela, Mormon; Republicans,
Priests, or any one else can have tiielr 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
claiming the editorial right to speak 'its
own mind. -
Local communications will have atten
tion; write only on one ude of the paper.
One Year. - $2.00.
Six Months. . . 1.00.
Three Months, ... .5a
la any quantity at the following Bates:
One Hundred, $ 3.00.
Five Hundred, '- . 12.50.
One Thousand, - - 20.00.
Single Copies, . - .05.
Advertising rates made known on appli
cation. f&" Address all Communications to
THE BROAD AX,
66 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
g. o. p., where it belongs. Any
Democrat who casts his vote for a
Republican for Senator, will drive a
hail into' "his political coffin. No
pretence or excuse will remove the
suspicion that such a vote was
bought and paid for by Republican
gold. Let the Republicans fight it
out if it takes all summer.
- f- ;' COAL.
Thz Diamond, is twenty-five per
cent, better than any other Coal in
J. W. Whitehead, Je., Agt.,
I,. 10 W. Second South.
Thb editor of
the pleasure of
Whu said the bimetalic move
ment was dead? Read Senator
Vest's speech and you will believe
the fight for silver is getting hotter.
Jt is rumored that young Mr.
Spreckels is to visit Zion soon.
Why is it that so many of the mem
bers of the legislature are desiring
an introduction to the young sugar
TheC. B. Durst Grocery Com
piny are receiving their new goods
for the holidays. They are end
men. Give them a call.
There is a Ve.it at Washington
which fits the financial question to
a dot. It also contains as patriotic
a heart as ever throbbed in the
breast of an American statesman.
the Broad Ax had
meeting, the past
week, J. R. Murdock. member of
the jlpwer house from Wasatch
County. Mr. Murdock is a mem
ber or the Democratic state com
mittee and he is also a large farmer
anddairvman and is also extensively
engaged in the mercantile business.
Statehood day was a big one for
Utah. The parade was magnificent;
the military being the leadingfeatura
The streets were crowded with living
humanity, and the Tabernacle filled
to its utmost capacity, demonstrat
ing that a building holding 12,000
people could not accommodate
50,000.- Cannon-firing, horns toot
in:;, whistles blowing, men and
boys shouting, and everybody re
joiqing was the order or disorder of
the day. The ball at night
was all that could be desired and
was' up to the standard of such
occasions. It was a great fete day
for cur people.
Thatcher MilliM & Bleyator Co.
Manufacturers of the Finest Brands of
NEW ROLLER PROCESS . . .
Whole Wheat- "
Baker's Choice "
All Kinds of Mill Products.
129 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET.
The Lowest Prices quoted. S. J. JEPPESEN, Agent
6r Ask for
r and take
gr no other.
Finest Breakfast food
J. BERGERMAN, Manager-
Telephone No. 473.
We are unable, at this writing,
to give our readers any cue to the
senatorial contest, but we will bet a
package of peanuts to a glass of
buttermilk, that the 'winner will
have a "Q" in his name. This is,
ou the quiet.
State Senators Warrum and
Warner both conduct themselves- in
a peerless manner, they having uo
equals in the Senate. t
i A .barrel of jfugar will sweeten
, lots of things. Even the taste of
pepper can be modified by saccha-
' rine juice'. But remember Trumbo's
- ice cream' is the purest and easiest
to take. It will slip into the hand,
r i or into the pocket as easy as falling
oft a log.
Thatcher's Germade the finest
'" breakfast food in the market;' Try
it. J -
j Representative Monsos is 'the
r equal of any man " in 'the lower
' house, and the Republican members
"will not be able (o make him- wear.
a collar.' Mr. Monson believes in
speaking right out in meeting.
S. B.NEWMAN. ' '
"76" ', I
Opposite Theatre. .
,!Th dogs of war will be let loose,
"the fcojaing week for Senatorial
game, it should be a abort but
: .HtcTt figkt; it may, "however, last
' "katij spring; if it ahoald, we trust
'the Democrats' will remain; true' to'
tkor. principles and let the respond
. tibilityof a deadlock rest with the
We were somewhat surprised and
disappointed that Gov. Wells, in his
inaugural address, in giving honor
and credit to those, who in the past
had endeavored to obtain statehood
for Utah, should have neglected to
even mention the gallant and suc
cessful effoxts of the Hon. J. L.
Rawlins', who, above all others is
entitled to more credit, for having
the. boon conferred, upon Utah.
The governor, in his address, seemed
to avoid even the mention of his
name. If it was done through
partisan jealousy, we say shame on
such narrow bigotry. If it was
due to an oversight, then we think
it is inexcusable, as there was
ecough transpired during the exer
cises' at 'the tabernacle to have re
minded the new governor, that it
was largely due to the efforts of
Mr. Rawlins, that the occasion of
last Monday was possible.
The people of all parties give
J. L. "Rawlins the honor of being
the successful advocate of local self-
government for Utah, as was dem
onstrated by the enthusiasm shown
him on inauguration day. Any
man,, be he governor or not, who
would detract from this justlyearned
"merit 'deserves a rebuke at the
"hatids' of a gratfnl people.
" - Knotsford Hotel.
w2 cl Salt Lake City,
,,,..,.. Jan. 4, 1896.
I Enclosed please find the sum of
fiftv .cents for my subscription to
'theBaoAD Ax from date.
Wbhing you success I remain,
j ; I Yours respectfully,
B. R. Tyler.
UTAH LIQUOR CO.,
WHOLESALERS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
167 South Main Street,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
UUUUOfflffi IM. CO,,
A Main Office and
J Yard near Hot
T Sprgs R.R.depot
f Telephone 650.
Livery, Feed and Boarding. Fine Car
riages always on hand. Promptness and
Good Service Guaranteed.
BERO, ROB1SON & CO.,
No. 317 South State St. Telephone 95
D. H. Bero, Manager. -
Skewes Undertaking Co,
Successors to Wm. Skiiwes & Son.
FUMAL DIRECTORS AHD EM.U.EU
25 East Third South.
Sole agents for Tooman' New York Uat The
leader. We also carry Stetcon's and
other fine hat.
l I Nolle Mercantile Co.
IBS -- Street.
HATS, CAPS & GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
DON'T GO HUHTING ?tVbn
Coal and Kindling: Wood,
la anj quantity, when yoo can GET IT AT 338
N B JACOBSON
ELI L. PlIGE.-
Green, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Poultry and Fish.
25 MAIN ST. Telephone 157.
Wholesale and retail dealers !.-afr iaf and
, Patent Flour, Groceries, H jji5r m, But'ar.
"Eg, Poultry, PJ'Mt
Telephone 311. 155-7" South Temple.
Salt Lake Hack Line
Ofct tinder Walker Bros.' Bank.
Fine Carriages on Stand Day and Night. Charge
Reasonable. SUna, ai it alter urots Dane,
Cor. Second South and Main. ,
JOBS TA&BXNQT0E, Prop
I now hare In my employ a flni-cla practical
Optician. Am better prepared than heretofore to
grind and fit glasse to olt the tight.
EYES TESTED FREE.
Jeweler and Optician.
00 0 0-0 0 0 T.Il.ElUrbeck.
la Oil Painting and
--- Art Needle Work.
tfil'PAIrlTIrlGS FOR SALE,
jfijrs: J. F- fayIor' rtist,
trades of the Chicago Art Iutkate.
Studio No. 7IO Main St
All kinds of Coal.
I Office in Godbe-Pitts Drug
Itinera of and dealer In Weber Coal. YARD,
Ml R Third Wert Street: Telephone No. 411.
COT OFFICE, ISO Main Street; Te.ephone No. IM.
W2BSB COAL COMPANY
W. J. Montgomery. Agent. Setl all kind of
Coal, dean Cnal and f oU weight srosranteed.
SALT LAKE CITYV UTAH.
Clothing Furnishing Goods, etc.
mainstrIet. ONE PRICE
Wiscomb & Co ,
The best place for Family Supplies.
58 E FIRST SOUTH ST.
Salt Lake Cleaning Company,
bAUL SMITH, Proprietor.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed at
85 cents par month. Pants Pressed
25 cents. Pants Dyed $1 . Ladies'
clothes Cleaned and Dyed in all
its branches. Repairing neatly
done. New clothes saade for old
ones. 179 South Main Street,
under St. Llmo.
170 State St, Salt Lake City.
Utah Poultry and
Produce Comaaission Co.
IDS W. FIRST SOUTH ST..
JSALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
WALTSB L. raid,