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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 June 1897

if i 3E i - .? - It is Exoit jlloxi: vmioHl '4By the Eternal we KEEDS THI 2)UPPOKT OF GO VXRXMENTjTllUTH CAW SHALL SEEfTHO IS GOING &V TO RULE, THE MONET STAlfD VY ITSELF." t ftK Power or the People." Thoxas Jefferson Andrew Jackson. - Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CI1Y, UTAH, JUNE 5. 1897. No. 41. It . I WJ) s apy --. &x 'itk Wft-BEErrrtfiv, r THE PAST AND THE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. By D.W. Cuep, A. 1L, M. D. III. Tbop. Botjghton ia Hk article refers to the fusion of the Hellenes and the Hamites in Egypt, and to the absorption of the black element by the whites in Borne, as examples of the fusionx)f distinct races. But neither of these Is an analogous case, for the reason that the barriers to the fusion of these peoples were not so great as those to the fusion of the whites and the blacks of this country. The physical and the social differences between the whites and the blacks are greater than those that existed between the Hellenes and theHami...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 June 1897

'- -- f o 1 5 r ? 5 THE BROAD AX PDBU8HED TOEEKL.Y. nrill proaalate sad at all Usee fteM the tree prtedples at Democracy, set farfaera, Catholics, Freteataats, Kalghtsef Labor. IatMela. ACorawaa, Keaeblkaaa, Priests, or any ea elee eta here taeb- say, ao teas their saacaSge t proper aaa rcapomafeHlty la axed. The Viead Ax la a Hewapaper whose platform I "bread ease for all, erer daimlag the editorial right to apeak ita ova mind. Local cearaaalcatloas will feare attention; -write only oa ose aMe of tae'pa$er. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear. $2.00 Six Wontks 1.00 Three Moataa..... .50 Adrertistag rates' aoade known oa application. Address all communication! to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR..Pobl!aher and Editor. EECHES MISTAKE. aa9VB& H Entered at Poatoflce as aecond-claaa matter. Taa Heaae That Jack BttHt. It must hare bees a Beets sir!-? esnethlBg of a poet who being asked to pat "The House That Jack Built" la rhyme, wrote oat la the follo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 June 1897

,-ri - j ' awi -- - i SECOND THCHIOHTS. F I was a leltow Td ver, never see A single iaiagtaai fellow did Tsat wasa't Hse&mtforsae. Td let Mm stay eat after dark; I sever 'would say nse that stirs a fellow ap &i spoils his temper bo! I gjy, "fia.J orst wa Biuujr ativ, .. m m. j JI j -.! inri. "Do not go 10 eea U, matter what o'clock it is rjntll your siorjr b iwu. fironld not know he'd been kept 1b Ffor ask the reason why. ft be quite blind to all suck thlags, Or Kina 01 pass uiera uy. 1 fa give him pudding, pies and Jam, And marmaiaae ana case jjt would not even mention bread And ail tne nuts nea taaev 1 01, ti ere I a fellow's mother certain one's i Know f-onldn't he have the slickest time! Tou'd better believe It's so! list If I was that fellow's mother I wonder if I would lib half that fellow's mother does For him? Or be so gsoa? Tender if Y& mend his clothes Without a single scowl? td only say, "Gently, dear boy," At his most horrid howl? llTo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 June 1897

jtm it'- c P FROM A WELL WtSHER. ESUr sf the 3rUi Ax: I m mvxk pleased to observe &at ya jickilj ooatimve tfee pabTok el jowireekly publication, wmktrom. tie appearance preeraaae yoa are meetiag with the succe&t Trhkh 70a KB&mbtedly deserve. I could wkh, ud so I doebtaot, jor friends also irkfe, that you emM sake raek arrasgemeBte wfflabley(m to print the Bro;formctareatteredthroTlgl1 Ax at your own plant. JULUk. 1 " with thb wish, Ildeserving of our highest commen. In connection hope your friends will take such an interest in the matter as will resnlt in. the accomplishment of the deaired end. In Utah we are well supplied with dally newspapers, printed in the interest of both political parties, and, indeed, papers of all po- ' litical parties. Many of them edited with much ability; all no doubt conducted ia such manner as their respective owners believe will best promote the public interests. It is a questi n of considerable importance, and one w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 June 1897

"Zr f tF" ' V ' - fr ,- -VV , - - 1 -.. . j jm ' " -? rry? Wf' "IT IS .bSBWAjg WJalClf J -. - - a ''By the Eternal we irsiB Txavmsr of; Govwiirr;T nwiu cam SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING STAK& "BY ITSM." TO BULE, THE MONET -L. W VI fa rV UK 1 M Pi I P. IfliP. VTf7"m" AT mrfW Dtiav ft J . .- J ' :v ! IWUBtn W AU&.SU.N. . "M Hew to the Line. r?Kfr i"wSk ''v'iHTl1r'' rt-Tir - . illm-J-fc-in' - Ljl . ..A. . "- , , - - i 'isE3?-- - - " JrJ) 1 .JKS-- 'I jvr; f . ., w . a'Iv "' ' J T mi&f g-- -jTspfei'f K? sx VLiflSr vTrA cj7 m y Vol. II. THEPATTAWDTHE FUTURE OF THiAJMPMCANMCqilO. By IX W. Cvu, A. 1C, M. D. I mu. Mt liiitaBg i e do, that the laathera fowiVare the negro's beat frMMb, fcr there m claw of white imr -mm mnoi in the North irho are far bettor' frieads to the aegroes thaa the Southern whiter. I refer to the wea aad womea who before the w labored assidaoaaly aad jacfeffttigaUy with their Tokes, their prayers, their perns aad with their mosey for the neg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 June 1897

0 .-, '" '7 . --a n THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEKKLT. "Win promulfate aaa at all time xiphoid the troeprlaciBlea ot Desaeoacr, Bt faraers. OthoUcs, Protestaata, KalhU of .Labor, Indel. MonsKs, KepubUeaB, Priests, r any one else can hare their say, so long a their 3aaguage U proper aad respoaalblllty Is fixed. The Broad Axis a newspaper whose platform U broad saoaafc lor all, erer claiming the editorial right to apeak Its own mind. Local coaaaalcattoas trill hare attention; write only ca one aide of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear. WJJ Six Months-. . Three 'Months w Advertising rates made known on application. .Address all communications .to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Xntered at PostoSce as aecond-clsss matter. silence seldom makes a mistake. The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at a time. The man who goes out of office as pleasantly as he does In is a very rare Individual. The Springfield .(Mass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 June 1897

1 - -J , NEXT TO THE ROOfSM Cope Steele eC Bfcj a" am TTaWIaetft--&-re are a great sissy Kew Ye-rkem . - ... arrnstpri hv that- MarlAalrv lw c , v. li.v" r -, ' -ilea leaas out? iu .js iubcbtc7 et a eecret drawers of a cablket They .Z not satisfied until tbey accost foe !w.rr bit of the space, saya the Tfew tork Commerctol -Advertise-, rm a pretty old 2ew Yorker aayLtAL" said a "Wall street maa te-tey, V)W many odd phases and aspects of i wtv life there were of which I ksew t absolutely nothing. For two years f sow I've been wondering vagseiy what ,tr do with all the upper space Is Itlie old office hnlldlngs on lower Broad-r-ray. In the edifices erected witMn the fjjst few years It is easily accounted for. 25ut some of the four and Are story 'boildlngs wmen aate oacK uurty years tie more offer a delightful mystery to .the man on .the outside. He may dis pose or ail xne places or onsiness wita&tbe buildings, but there is still something left. The other day I m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 June 1897

' 'u '. y 4 couicnr mmac9otKfXM MdUm' sfikeBfrndAa: Axxmmm to ses wfctt prtfrni m bwaf & wtoido of the tty the adaption of tkeywitkof Salt lake eovaty, I attotiecl tke fewrtk mbmI cotMMoannwt hni tberaef at Yuray, Jm 4tk, aad vh great! j alanod at vaat I mw aad aaarj oa. that peoaiioa, lBcloe a friaiai pregraaMae, aad iroH wggwt that, s&obH yes kave ssflleieat apace yo refrothMe it in yor colaauw. As ycm -will see, tie eicroiaoo were rarkms, aad nost imtewatiag. Not beuig very -well I did aot reih to tie close, bat was interested ia sack of the exercises as I witaeesed. Ah iaterestiBg feature was a soag by soaaeol tke papQs of District No. 41, at Sandy. Ike success of which shows that great paias have been taken in training them, and how very well tke pupils earned oat their part of tke pro gramate. And I do not nnderralae the efforts of the entire class when I especially coBassand tke little tot who led tke procession. The salatatory by a graduate of Parser'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 June 1897

" t -warn i -m ? - 't r-irfi --- "It is Erbob alone which a 4 NEEDS THE SITPPOBT OFJ GoternmentjTrdth CAN STAND BY ITSELF. ji . Thomas Jefferson. Hew to the line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE C11Y,. UTAH, JUNE 19, 1897. No, 43. K I Jf 1' 3&0 V ' i '-"'" clLK 8HALL SEEWHO IS GOING Itc"' 1 ln wr?: " - - H( ty Jy a am - ' f T0 BDLE THE Money lh V WJ 5?vfe-. -'sSLHTSf X't5 9J f Power oe the People." PftESS !!2SyA5SOCIATION THE PAST AND THE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO. By D. "V7. Culp, A. JL, M. D. v. But, says one, if the negroes should disintegrate, where should they go? Should they go to the Democrats? I answer, no; a thousand times, no; and for the following-reasons: 1st. The Democratic party, from its origin, has rightly "been known as a party opposed to the negro and his best interests. The Congressional Becord will show that every measure looking to the negro's welFare, passed .by Congress, was rigorously opposed by the Democratic party. The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 June 1897

,c. " . r. V . ' . - jr ' 2 r r ;-l t ' THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKIiY. -Will preEasteate aad at all times upheld the Btrse prtoelslea or Ztessecncr, bb farmers, -Catholics, FrotestaBts. Knights of Labor, Ih- tzMels, Maraaeaa, RepafeUeaaa, PriwU, or any me else can bare taelr say, so losg as taeir Jaacaace la proper aad reapoaalB-llltyls fixed. The Broad Ax U a newspaper whose plat form la broad eaoath, for all, ever claiming rthe editorial right to speak Its own mind. Ical coBimHBicattoas will hare attention; write only oa oae side of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION': One-Tear..-., 52.00 Six Months 1.00 Throe Months .......... .50 Advertising rates made- known on applies- .tlon. -Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. YtfJAGELOSTTOYIEW THE HOME OF CHIEF POKAGON AND HIS BAND. Wot s Trace of the Old Tewa Is Left Good Xadlaa Who Rated HU Tribe la Seatbera Mlohlgaa Hta Heart Was Brakes. JULIUS F. TAYLOB..PnblUher and Editor. Entered at Postoffiee as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 June 1897

w - A . r - :& I -,1 " -. - -v r- XON&TEIPJNTiLEAIR remarkable voyaqe that was recently made. dost Longer Ih' Other Trtreled Tturee Hantfred sad Sereatyjlre Xllaa Sew iBstramesta War Tested. HE amount of attention devoted to savlgatloa -ot tie air Is constantly on the increase both In America and Europe, says the New York Herald. The remarkable experiments in which kites have been an important lactor which were carried on in the vicinity of this city daring bst summer and fall are still fresh in tie minds of most persons. They demonstrated the feasibility of lifting ieavy weights by the .force of the wind exercised on kites, and will, no doubt, jrove of immense advantange. to future aeronauts in the way ot enabling them to direct their balloons. Those TEfco are interested in following up such matter await with extreme hopefulness the result ot the proposed voyage to the polar regions by Swedish scientists, which, was postponed last summer at the critical mome...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 June 1897

i'?? "y ?"V O I THE OLD FOLKS DAY. Juiir W B..PKMr, chairmk of tlc Oid Tolks CoHitte, -am Mat cmt kmtatkms to ill the gai people of Utak, Weber &&d Salt Lake eovaties; to cose and jow tbeai la a two days' festival, comaKBcrag -Jara 22bcL Tfee invitatioa includes all "who are aeremty years of age and over, irrespective of faith, race or color. Jk&iL all those who accept of this imvkatioa can rest assured that they inU be e&tertained in royal style by the Old Folks Committee and itsfrieads. John Kirkman, Esq., a member of the coamittee, informed the Broad Ax a few days ago that he expected at least one thousand old folks present on this occasion, and be ako stated that seven hundred aad ifty bad already signified their iateatwn of attending, providing the gods are willing for them to do so. We bad the pleasure of meeting a great many of the old-folks while tbey were mingling together at Ogdea last year, and we hope to be able to renew ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 June 1897

C: ,1-T3 SWWWwSBBPSrjJh( -B'-narsitju --i3.- .iiw j . w '-' - 5SJS- . f "5 ..JT IS EbBOE ALONE T7HICH.J NEEDS THE SOPPOM OFi GOTERNMENTjTliUTH CAN-I , ''By the Eternal we SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING STAND BY IT8ELP." i r("V. TO RULE, THE MONEY ftJ't)Power or the People."' J) Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CllY, UTAH, JUNE 26. 1897. jto. 44. j Mi. J .? . -" i 1 it , . ,. .' i.'-5f". c .. - . j . " ,- .y J na h ..T -i .. nirljyxAi J.Cf 1-- - II LTf flJ ""' life. "& 2? jpcgfO" v -k z. h v ' w a ' nw -vr k."u a.x' ,' AfeslsM J If J; J oTWPIiw PMAM v Mssssfea r . y. sggr gP y y1 7 v ggisSS&KFTit f Tffr. PMSS A530CIAT10N THE TENNESSEE EXPOSITION. After the seren members of our race, -whom -Governor Heber M. Wells selected to represent our new State at the Tennessee Exposition, failed to accomplish -anything whatever in that direction, we highly resolved that the members of our race, who are fortunate enough to reside in these grand and magnificent va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 June 1897

THE BKOAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, '"Will pnmBfeate aac at all time apbold tka tn prisciplea f DeaMcracy, bat xansera, CatfceBea, Protectants, Knights of Labor, InMela, XensoBa, BepabMcaaa. Prleata, or any ea elae can have their say, ao loss as tbelr laagnase la preper aaa reeponalfemty la toed. The Bread As la a newspaper traoae platfats la tread eaesga for all, crer claiming the editorial right to apeak Kb own mind. Local ceaassBslcatteBB will bare attention; write oaly oa one aMe of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear $2.00 Ox Heatsa 1.00 Three Hosts J .50 Advertising ratea made known on application. Address all coBusn&IcatJons to THE BROAD AX, HO Main Street, Salt Lake City; Utah. JULIUS F. TATLOR. .Publisher and Editor. Entered atPoatosace a second-class matter. If the' eastern hostilities could be reduced to a war of words the Greek language would come In very handy Indeed. - Give self power to move a moontain, and it will pnt a big sign oat on It to show who did it, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 June 1897

.-" . J cr rfTTlNQ HER SHOES SHINKD . nttel p for lataHes Who Waat te ." GetTaeir Shoe 8Mn4. r of ft troth, Barbara, I am ever so 2S man as when I am gettlsg my L shlned!" onofh the pretty idrl -5 Dompadoar asd dlaptee, w she Wonted the blacking: stand, dropped V" .m .Lain 4 WAJm4A . wn tne chime jui ihsku uj aer Mad and stretched oat & shapely boot j-qO me xuufc on. re tacit uncu 2the expert manipulator of blacking Jox and brush, says the Philadelphia limes, so. mark you, Adam, if you still think Sit getting your shoes shined is the udusire prerogative of your boasted ggsculine superiority, stop thinking! ,Tonre wrong! At last it's one of wo man's rights. ? Adam's mother, wife or sister never" gguns of -blacking her own shoes any sore. It isn't up-to-date. She has it gone, and done far more expeditiously icd satisfactorily than she could begin do it herself, at her bootmaker's. lie consequence is that the polishing Apartment is the latest wrinkle latroftced by the wide-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 June 1897

u rT f -" i7ir i " r- A' THE PAST AND THE FUTURE OFTHE AMERICAN NEGRO. By IX W- Crop, A.3C..K. D. 4 "VI. , Now, sfcsld the whites treat the aegroes'aa'Btthop Hsygood has ladtcsied, itwoald help matters wonderfally. 3rd. The whites mast respect Vthexagroes and concede to them their rights. The negroes will sever be contented as long as they are forced to ride in dirty smoking oars, when they pay the same fare as the-whites; nor as long as they are excluded from the jury box and woecnbed in public places; nor as long as. they cannot hare their votes counted. And if the educa Hon of the negro is to make them what it has made the white men; if, in becoming educated, the ne groes will become more independ ent, more manful, more conscious of their rights, and more willing to die for them, there will be the most terrible' conflict in this South land some day that has ever been heard or read of, unless the whites be educated but of their prejudices; educated up to Hhe point where they will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 July 1897

r-Vw! -jfliT" '4? ,,.'R. jf' " 3-7 .. $fe V. : -. - '-sa TY Itis EkborjllojtewhichI 'Br the Eternal we NEEDS THX SUPPOKT OF Government-Truth can j SHALL BEEWHO IS GOING. TO RULE. THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF. J .ifcA Power or the People." ( Ihokas Jefferson ' Andrew Jackson. Hew to the line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CIIY, UTAH, JULY 3, 1897. No. 46. 'J.- Ps ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW Of the Past end the Future of Vie American Negro, by D: W. Gulp, A. M., M. D. Prior to the reproduction of Br. Calp's article we informed oar numerous readers that at its conclusion we -would set forth our reasons for not -being able to agree with all of his deductions and conclusions. And with a firm determination to adhere to the 'truth, and nothing hut the truth, and with the aid and with the assistance of , our many frienis to spur us on to the accomplishment of grander and .nobler deeds, we will endeavor, and make an extraordinary. effort in our weak ad lowly way, to cross swords, figuratively speaking, with on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 July 1897

-' v-r.r s. . -3 ! 4 iJ ' frr jVJ 4 -' : - Sr?Slr ' '?. l-c t w t& l"-.j ) " e- THE BROAD A.X. j- r Wffl f iwlpatt. wf M H tlBMSpkeM tie crY6 pCHKfWf 4JC IW-BWcUCy MC IT8r6 Cat.eMet, Ywte-tawi-. KJkts of Lb, I- , MofiOM, BEynliHin.r. hMi,ifMr ae eJee eta fce tkr mj-, m leag as. ifceir hiigaaan'ta " MCinnMllHtr is axed. T Broad Axk a t way-eat: whew pktfcm la biw4 eaeagii tor all. erer d-hnUg tke ettteffcu rlfht to apeak It- m Bted. ,Local ceaasBMkaUaaa Trill e atteatloa; ' trrtte eJjr ea oae aMe ot tae paper. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tear. ..... 12.00 x Maatfca.;.. ........ ,.., 1.00 Three Hots. ...... ,.,..... ,50 AiTertkfeag rate aude known on applies ta.' - kAddrearaH'eeasarea!eatloBs to .; . THE BROAD AX, VV 710 Vain Street, ' Bait Lake CK7, Utah. iJUIiltJS F. TAYLOR.. PnblUher and Editor. -Entered at Potofice as second-class matter. It is & clever mas that can change another's political opinion, bat a flreatoUar hill will often change his vote. Te ose who works...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 July 1897

'-" K'y --i?"-" J ,"5 9 f. e X t 'V(!S - ' PHYSICIANS - w J. s. Bowman, Instractor of Natural Science in lartsvflfo tt a beyere lltoess bj Br. WllllaIls, Pink Pills for Pale People After Physicians PaM Frost the ReieaUeaa, Prrf. R. B. Bowman, the able Instructor j natural science in the famous Bartavillft, dad.,) College, is -well and favorably nwn. not only as an educator, bat also a minister ox the gospel, as for a bubter of years he -eras pastor of the Dai ted ,grethren church at Charlotte, Mich., bel coming to .narcsvuie. Some time aeo he had a severe illness rhich was cured almost miraculously. A reporter bearing of this, interviewed Mm ftgircungius experience, xtoi. iiowman m in the midst of his work when the rejcrMr called, but he cheerfully gare f ICWTiuk. -A year ago last fall," said the professor, 'I broke down with nervous exhaustion, i was Enable to properly attend to my jpfF PK07. B. 8. BOW1UK. 1HE EASTERN SUMMER RESORTS IRE REACHED IN TEE HOST .J. Smith. 1 i cuvtuuo. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 July 1897

Q, o -- If mm. im the imin treats, it bcooaaw aoawmr for pate people to dkaolTe tbe politic! bftwbwhkh Iwtc oweoied tkesi with wwtfcWjaiiatoMwme,) tbe vowen o the earth, tfee see rtdeqlUtiotttowkicktke law of ture d of tnre,3 Gotl entitle tiees, a tkceat respect to the optakM of maarid requires Heat they shoald declare the caases whieh ixtpel them to the separationWe hold these traths to be eeif eride&t: that all nea are created eoaal: that they are eadowed by their' Creator with certain analieaahtejifhts; that aaoag these are life, liberty, sad the pursuit of happiaost; that, to secore-these rights, forerBseats are i&stitnted among mm, ierirag their just powers froffi the consent of the goreraed; that, whenever aay form of governsseat heeocaes destructive of these cads, it is the right .of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institate new government, laying its foaaaatkm on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall se...

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