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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1891)
l'fcT. Mn soft ami In
tonliliily orswU up Whiml lit-r victim,
walclir lu-r opportunity, and Unn
viuiiim' un to it. 1( by a vigorous
itiovt-iiimi we give ft blow and Mun
her, it only lt for a tlmo. She
qultcly submits for r tinio, nil the
whilu watching her opportunity to
111:1k i) another plnngo nt our heart.
Look out for her.
TI10 (irent-Cntliollo Synod of Lem
berg, (ialicia has refused to listen to
tho motion of its metropolitan bishop
to adopt celibacy n order to conform
more with tho Koman standard. It al
so refused to rocogniio Ignatius Loyo
la as a saint,
l'opo ,Vo XIII has Issued 11 circu
lar letter on tho merits of tho rosary
prayers, wli is specially effective in
tho month of October! In it ho says,
"none can como unto Christ save by
tho mediation of Mary.1'
It is report-id that tho Tope, in
view of tho recent troublo in China,
by which disaster has como to so muny
Catholic mission stations, is negotiat
ing directly with tho Chinoso Govern
ment for tho establishment of ft hierar
chy In tho Empire, in tho hope that
sueli a step would do much to strength
en tho Roman Catholic church In China.
A Protestant merchant in llum
clieid, not far from Aix-la Chapcllo, tho
Stato Counselor Oscor Erkeds, Is tho
solo manufacturer of tho regulation
robo for tho Human Catholic cardinals.
Tor ono hundred and lifty years tho
lirm, of which ho is now tho head, and
which ho Inherited from his father and
grandfather, has boon in possession of
tho secret of dyeing thoso garments
their characteristic red colors, as also
ef tho manufacture of the cloths. In
this way a Protestant lirm has had tho
monopoly of making these robes for a
century and a half and is undoubtedly
tho oldest lirm patronized by the
During a mass meeting at Cork,
Ireland, a boy was cheering a Purnoll
candidato with nil tho power of his
lungs. A priest who heard this was so
incensed at it that ho lifted his heavy
cane and struck tho boy, destroying
ono, of his eyes. When people who
aro supposed to bo tho most prom-
inent exponents of Irish civilization
I and aro also peaceful ministers of the
gospel, can permit themselves to com
mit such dastardly and unnatural
deeds of violence, tho outlook is rather
gloomy, and wo can hardly refrain
from concluding that tho Irish aro not
yet quite ripo for self-government
They must at least bo educated until
they become soiuewh it civilized, and
wo are afraid that will take a long
timo. In tho first place tho wild beast
In tho Irishman must bo bound mid
butchered, which, as wo have said, will
tako some time. In America there Is
Justus much liberty for the Irish as for
others maybe a liltlo more. Still wo
liud that It has been necessary to de
prive tho Irish of their liberty to a
greater extent than other nationalities,
in other words, It has been found
necessary to put so many of them In
J jails and prisons. Statistics show that
In America un IrMunan commits een
crimes for r try one committed lV
Norwegian or ft Swede, An Irishman
U seven times morn Inclined to crime
thftit Scandinavian. Wo csn
sjmpntlro with tho Irish tit their
struggle for self government; but wo
do maintain that they nuislta educated
up to It. Hml River Pulen, Norw.,
Kikk Iti.vrK, Nkb., Nov. 9, iw.
Mu. John 0. Thompson, Editor of Thk
Amkkioan, loar Sir. Enclosed find
ono dollar to pay for Thk Amkkioan for
six months. Ploaso send to my nddress
and oblige me, Yours Respectfully,
S. L. 1-Yki.onu.
1. S. -Although I nm taking four
teen different papers, when ft friend
handed in a copy of Thk Amkkioan, I
felt as though, for once In my life, I
had found a paper that lilled a "long
felt want," and 1 hope you will con
tinue to show up tho hypocrisy and
deviltry of tho Catholic church tho
greatest enemy of our form of govern
ment, and especially of our common
schools, that exist any wherein this
wide world. I will see that every copy
of The Amkkioan that 1 get, goes into
tho hands of somo othor person.
S. L. FUKI.ONd.
It is said that an effort is being made
to organize In this city a branch of the
A. l A. (American Protective Associa
tion). This society Is avowedly fttiti
Catholic, not only In a political wny,
but in a business and social way as well.
There Is not the roniotost excuso for
suoh a movement lu Cheyenne, abovo
all other places in this broad domain,
and it is to bo hoped, for tho In
telligence, liberality and patriotism of
this community, that tho project will
bo nipped In tho bud. Cheyenne
It will bo news to tho Leader when
wo stato it has been organized In that
city for several months,
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Its trains are composed of inugnlllcotit,
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Three trains dally for Chicago, two
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