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MOVEMENT WHICH HAS FOR IT
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 29, 1896.
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WILLIAM J. BRYAN,
WHO IS RIGHT?
Last Sunday, the dailies of this
citv, presented a strange inconsist
ency from the telegrams o the oc
currences the day before. One was
from the East, and the other from
the "West. One was from the
dummy Napoleon of Ohio, the
mouthpiece of the goldbug Repub
lican party; the other was from the
astute McKinley politicians of
Utah. "We have no disposition to
draw the deadly parallel, but these
two key notes sound so discordant
and contradictory, that we wish to
call attention to their inconsistency.
Mr. McKinley in his Canton speech
delivered on August SJ2, said: "The
people have a chance this year to
prevent a free silver law from going
on the statute books, and thus keep
our money of every kind now in
circulation as good as gold and pre
serve our national name above re
proach. If they don't improve the
chance they will not have another
opportunity for four years." On
the same day, and reported by the
same newspapers, the McKinley
wing of the Republican party of
the State of Utah, held a big meet
ing in the city of Ogden, at which
Senator Arthur Brown, 'Ex-Governor
Thomas and others, addressed
the people in behalf of McKinley,
and pledged, the remonetization of
silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 in the
event of Republican success. If
these two statements can be recon
ciled, then black is white, and white
is black; a man can go up and
down at the same moment, or serve
both God and mammon acceptably
at the same time. In the East the
battle is waged for the express pur
pose of "preventing a free coinage
law" according to McKinley him
self; while in the West the same
contest is to be fought for the ex
press purpose of restoring the free
coinage of silver at the ratio of
16 to 1.
When a McKinley orator from
the East crosses the Mississippi
River, he drops his goldbug argu
ment in the Father of "Waters and
picks up a free silver speech; when
he returns East from the West he
fishes up his gold standard ideas,
and puts his silver notions to soak
in the same receptacle. And yet
this is called a campaign of educa
tion. In other words, the professors
of politics are educating the people
of the East to believe that the earth
is square, and in the "West that it is
flat. There is but little doubt as to
which of these teachers are correct.
These Western fellows are in hard
luck; in fact they are sick and, are
promising anything o get well.
"Wben the deril was sick,
The devil a aaask weald be.
When the derS get well,
A derfl a ssosk was he."
No voter need.be fookd witksuch
trash as was deZirsred Jit Of dee; if
he is, he is a cnuUdate for-tie lu
John M. Tmumtcw, who jet a
wildcat in the sfctfe of Smdor
Stewart, hw goae East to' feare
Mark Han trjikcjkktgrsfia?
process on JokaVlMotnrtMl fro
NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
"Wz made our second business
trip the past week to the following
named cities: Nephi, Moroni, Eph
raim, Manti, Gunnison, Fairview,
Spring City and Mt. Pleasant, and
we were highly pleased with the
warm reception which was accorded
us by all of those whom we had
the pleasure of meeting on our
former visit; and all of those who
had subscribed for the Broad Ax,
were greatly pleased with it, and
they all very cheerfully renewed
their subscriptions to the same. We
also added the following names to
our mailing list:
H. F. McCune, postmaster and
member of the Democratic State
committee; John Ostler, dealer in
harness and saddles.
E. C. Willardsen, part owner of
the Co-op. store, miller and farmer.
Mr. Willardsen is one of the best
business men in Utah. Charles
Throp, with the Co-op.; P. C. An
derson, clerk in the Co-op.; S. J.
Johnson, manager of A. H. Lund's
furniture store. While calling on
Henry C. Lund, Esq., we had the
pleasure of meeting his father,
Apostle A. H. Lund, who had just
returned home from his mission to
Europe. Apostle Lund is a very mild
mannered gentleman, and he pos
sesses such charming and winning
ways, that anyone who has had the
good fortune to meet Mr. Lund,
cannot refrain from admiring him.
Mayor Henry Beal. When we
called to pay our respects to Mr.
and Mis. Beal, we met with a very
cordial greeting. Mr. and Mrs.
Beal informed us that they had
read the Broad Ax with a great
deal of interest and pleasure during
the past six months, and that so
far they have not discovered one
single line that would cause a good
Latter-day Saint to become offend
ed or displeased with the same. Mr.
Beal also informed us that he had
the honor of meeting Wm. J. Bry
an, while attending the trans Mis
sissippi congress, which was held in
St. Louis about one year ago, and
that he is highly delighted with
Mr. Bryan, and he hopes and prays
that Wm. J. Bryan will 'be elected
President of these United States on
the 3rd day of next November.
L. T. Turtle, of L. T. Turtle &
Co., dealers in general merchan
dise. Mr. Turtle is also engaged in
banking, milling, stock-raising and
in various other business enter
prises. Mr. Turtle is one of the
wealthiest men in Utah.
James P. Fjeldstead; John Lar
son, dealer in general merchandise;
Mr! and Mrs. Wm. D. Childs.
During our visit to Gunnison, we
spent a very pleasant evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D.
Childs. Mr. and Mrs. Childs and
all the members of their family are
warm friends and readers of the
"W. G. BUlington; Judge Jacob
Johnson. We had the honor of
having a very pleasant interview
ith the above-mentioned gentle-
w. have had the pleasure of
meeting " mm Sfoi1 d
courteous gestien aere i uaoj
tat to our wind, noae of those
whoa ve have heretofore- aet ex
ads Jsdge JohBBoa'Ta ay o the
virtues which naturally tend to make
all men true gentlemen. During
our interview with the judge, he
informed us that he intended to
cast his ballot on the 3rd day of
next November for Wm. J. Bryan
and Arthur Sewall; and he is of
the opinion that Bryan and Sewall
will carry this State by ten thous
Moroni Seely, farmer and poli-
tician; Doctor IF. TV. Woodring.
It was our good fortune to spend a
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very enjoyable evening .t the cosy
little home of Doctor oodnng.
The doctor is a Southern gentleman
of culture and refinement, and we
are thoroughly convinced that hej
is a true mend of the negro race.
During the past six months Doctor
Woodring has sent a number of
copies of the Broad Ax to his
friends in the South and in the
East, and they are all greatly
pleased with the same. The L. D.
S. Conference. The Seventy-sixth
Quarterly session of the Sanpete
Stake of Zion convened at Mt.
Pleasant on August 15th and 16th.
The meetings were held in a very
large pavilion, and the speaker's
stand was very profusely decorated
with the American flag, thus show
ing that the Latter-day Saints
cherish and reverence the flag of
this, the greatest and the best
country on the face of the earth.
We attended both the morning and
the afternoon sessions. On the 16th
the morning session was called to
order by President Peterson: then
President McAllister, of Manti,
stepped forward and dealt out a
very long and a very earnest
prayer. The choir rendered a very
fine selection. "When the choir
finished singing, J. B. Maiben,
Esq., arose and read over a list of
the various officers who were willing
to serve the church in the various
capacities for the next three months
without any compensation; and all
of these officials were sustained by
a unanimous vote.
Apostles Lyman and Lund were
the principal speakers of the morn
ing, and the vast audience which
filled the large pavilion paid rapt
attention to the Apostles while they
were engaged in delivering their
able discourses. Bishop C. A.
Madsen pronounced the benediction
and dismissed the congregation.
The afternoon session began
promptly at 2 o'clock. The choir
started in to sing a very beautiful
song, but somehow or other they
cut it off short; right in the middle.
Apostle Teasdale arose to address
the Saints, but before he proceeded
he criticised the choir for cutting
the song off so short. All the
speakers urged their hearers to live
honest, upright and pure lives.
Apostle Lund invoked God's bless
ings upon all the Saints and all
mankind in general throughout the
world; all the Latter-day Saints
and others felt greatly benefited by
attending the seventy-sixth quar
terly session of the Sanpete Stake
Affected with the gold craze.
G. Andrews, Esq., the wool com
mission merchant of Nephi, is the
only gentleman whom we discov
ered during our tour through San
pete valley who is affected with the
gold craze. Bill McKinley and his
bul, and the other cuckoos of the
g. o, p., have succeeded in pulling
the wool over the eyes of Mr.
Andrews so completely that he
aatarally believes all those who are
advooatiHg the electxA of William
J. Bryan are anarchists, revolution
ists, socialists, repudiationits, com
munists, populists, free silver
cranks, and generally speaking he
believes all those who desire to see
the silver cause win, are enemies to
society, law and order. Mr. An
drews is one of those hot headed
Repuolicans who spells negro with
, a double g, and he is also one of
I those who believes that the g. o. p.
have a right to own and control
and to hold a perpetual chattel
j mortgage on all the nogroes
I throughout the United States, their
; children and their children's chil-
d aim , the north
I a the south warred j each
other thirty-five years ago.
MOYLE, ZANE & COSTGAN,
Deseret National Bank Bldg.
DICKSON, ELLIS & ELLIS,
Rooms 512 to 513 Progress Building.
RA Y YAM COTT,
507 McCornick Block, Salt Lake City.
FERGUSON & CANNON.
332 Constitution Building.
H. L. PICKETT,
Mining Litigation a Specialty.
Nos. 81 and 82 Commercial. Building.
Reference, Commercial National Bank.
L. M. ARMSTRONG,
A1TOBXKT AIID COUHSXLOB AT LAW...
61 Commercial Block,
SALT LAKE CITY.
I Prcdlcs inll tKc'rt:,
CHERRY & TIMMONY,
Rooms 93 and 94 Commercial Block.
Salt Lake City.
GRAHAM F. PUTNAM.
31. 32 Commercial Block, Salt Lake City.
JV. A. ROBERTSON,
Room 214 Alias Block, - Salt Lake Cit.
POWERS, STRAW AND
Attorneys and Counselors.
SALT LAKE CITY.
flflWMflS & GRITGHItOW,
Rooms 25-27 Hooper Block.
J. L. RAWLINS.
S. B. CBITCHLOW.
S. W. STEWART.
C. B. STEWART.
STEWART & STEWART
317 McCornick Block, Salt Lake City.
gMrtwy at gxw,
117 Commercial Block, Salt Lake City.
Real Estate Loans.
R. N. BASKJN.
E. D. HOGE.
BASKIN & H0GEr
140 SOUTH MAIN-
Commercial Block, Salt Lake City, Utah
A. J. WEBER,
2406 Washsgton Ave., Ogden, Utah.
SAMUEL A. KING,
First National Bank BaBding,
PRO VO, UTAH.
Sola airsnts tor TomBin New York Uat The
Leader. We aim carry Stetson's and
other fine bat.
W. P. Noble Mercantile Co.
168 W1n Stnet.
HATS, CAPS & GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
Office under Deseret National Bank.
TELEPHONE NO. 142.
HARRIS & WILSON,
NO. IS WEST
SECOND SOUTH ST.
28-80 Main Street
Lowest prices for Family supplies,
Dry Goods, Shoes, etc.
MT7"n"D"p MASUTACTOBEB OF
. Jw.T JT, Fine Candies
AND CONFECTIONERS' SUPPLIES..
Jobber of Nuts, Etc Telephone 301.
117 8. Wort Temple, Salt Lake City.
A. J. SEARE,
FSACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCmm
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER.
Full stock of Watches and all kinds of Jewelry
at lowest prices.
327 W. 80UTH TEMPLE ST.
Utah Poultry and
Produce Commission Co.
108 W. FIRST SOUTH ST..
-SAIT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
WALTER L. PRICE, Manager.
fl. S. IBBLBY,
. Telephone 27. Manufacturer
. o Pure Ice Cream, "Water
. Ices, Candies, Home-Made
. Bread and Cakes.
266 S. MAIN ST.
SALT LAKE CITY.
Wkj not boy tne best there Is tor the
money on the market.
The Shoe Builders, manufacture them.
35 W. FIRST SOOTH ST. SALT LAKE CTTr.
S. D EVANS,
Undertaker & Embalmer
ezlxzs Suez, m statz st.,
BAL.T JjAKJS CITY. VTAU.
Open all night. Telephone SSI.
o Telephone 574 o
313 Main St, Salt Lake City,
DAY, KOWE & Co., Props.,
Dealers in Meats, Groceries, Fish, Poul
try and Provisions.
MINES AND LOANS.
A number of cheap Hoxsa, BcmnxoLon,
Bcmrna axd Pxoancxrr Braraa Sim, Exn
sxacx PxorzxTT axd Fma for aale or exchange.
Alao MDrca,ltDrara Pxoarxcn and liana Stocks,
acme at war down price. Hxxcrx, Scnazsx,
Pxrrtroxx.and propertle adjacent thereto a tpe
daltj. Moxrr to LoaxatYerjloweetratea. Call
GEO. H. KN0WLDEN,
48 WEST SrD SOOTH STBXET,
8ait r,rr Crrr, Uxaa.
ST. B. It will pay lnreatora with large or small
means to call oo or correspond with
Qto. H. Kxowtsx.
In Oil Painting and
Art Needle Work.
OIL PAINTINGS FOR SALE,
Irs. J. p. Jaylor, Irtist,
Student of the Chicago Art Iastkete.
Studio No. 7IO Main St.
Wiscomb & Co ,
The beat pkee for Easily Sapplkg.
58 E. FIBST SOUTH ST.
Wholesalers and Retailers of
213 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
8ALT LAKB CITY, UTAH.
R. K. Thomas
0. E MEREDITH,
TETJHK FACT0SY. : : :
Bicycle and Trunk Bepairing.
29 E. First South.
Are now within the reach of all.
Take adrantage of these prices:
One-Borner Store (LOO
Two-Burner Store 6.00
Three-Burner Store ..... 8.50
The only saie, reliable and odorless oil store.
made others are experiment. The Majestic Oil
Cooking Store Is better, cheaper and safer than anj
gasoline store. We hare reduced the price ot
Us Flu.. Uainrjil 21x1 te
When baring get the best and cheapest.
H.DIHWOODEY FURNITURE Co.
H. J. Grantres. John UenrySmlth,Vlce-Pres.
J. F. Grant, Secy, and Treas.
Directors. John Henry Smith, Heber J. Grant.
J. F. Grant, B. F. Grant, Nathao Sean
GRANT SOAP CO.
Office mo fmtoiy, 75 1 to 78 1 S. 3ia West St
Manufacturers of IHgn Grade Laundry
and Toilet Soaps.
BEE HIVE. ELECTRIC and
Bu Hnrs Toarr:
FINK TAR, PERFECT FLOATING.
J. F. GRANT. Manager.
Salt Laxx Crrr, - Utah.
Co-operative Furniiars Ga.
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And Upholstery Goods, etc.
Bicycle and Baby Carriage.
Best Goods and Best Prices.
11 AND 13 MAM STREET,
SALT LAKE CITY.
JOHN HEIL, Mgr. mmzn 1871 .
Mountain Ice Co.,
534 W. Third South St.,
SALT LAKE CITY.
Txucrsoxz & UTAH.
F. A. SAKUTH
FlavB ArUatie TAaXeHUIC at aMtt
PRICES: : :
fi5 00 asd up.
3 50 sad Hp.
Ckas. "W, Hubx, Cutter.
NO. 65 W. SECOND SOUTH...
j: K. TBLOMPSOWS
Shoe Dressing Parlors,
34 C. SECOND SOUTH ST.
Trtrita Fatten ferLasassj '
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