The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, June 23, 1893, Page 8, Image 8

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Iwamr a R.tiian t 'at hell t LM, to Um
jfrl-f and mw hU taOir-r, for
lie Of ral Sherman tail he miUI f-athi r
! folloar4 tilin i hi prat than
e him KitHtir a, Rinuan pi Itwi. (Ap
UmJ An J h aid, t that he fell
Inclined U ixp aom i if the doings
f tht Uman Oat hid lea itui tiii IHp lain
war. lrtmtn Sherman a a grt
Man; lip iwr a mil. Ui vleUwy, hut
I say It in truth here tonight that his
km ha brought disgrace ujsn hi
tiante. ( AiUum.) When a man leads
our armies U) victory, and it th gteal
and grand man that tieneral Sherman
was, yon kimt it U a sadness to hi
heart whrn bis son becomes a sworn
Jly of a foreign power. And Roman
tm Is not only a itloul power, but it
ta foreign political power. The ixiih
it a foreigner; the professors in their
chwls, thoir collrgoa, and tho univor
lti almobt to a man ara foreignors;
nearly all of tholr prioata are for
oitfuom, their church Is dominated by
aafowlirn InflnitnrHA! tlw l.nrUlnl Inn of
their church ih a foreign legMaHum
aim uie ut-inun lhi none church (a a
foreign political power. (Applauao.)
Father Sherman aaya they have ten
millions of people in this country.
Well, we will accept that for all pur
imaea tonight. I don't think they have
got that many, but we will say ton
million. Then there are ten million
subjects of a foreign power in this
country, and the Buectea of Romanlam
depend upon tho close and specific
obedience upon tho part of tho people.
Our nation depends upon tho Intelll-
lenceiuul the virtue of our citizens,
(AppfaiiHe.) There lu not an Intelligent
person hero tonight but can aeo in a
moment that here ia an lrreprosalblo
con ft ie t to n in 11 1 it m'subjecta to a fore I g n
power, tho aucceaa of which depends
pon olora and apoolfled ohedltsnco In
land where every man la a ruler
iaana cair aucoeaa depends upon tho In
ttilllgenco and the virtue of our people.
Ono side or the other must be subdued;
ono or tho other must prevail, and
there la a conflict In our midst that will
0 on, and mual go on, until It la
settled ono way or tho other, and as J
look into your facoa here tonight and
i fool and real lao tho enthusiasm of your
hearts upon this question, I believe It
"will be iettled In tho right direction.
IJLoud and continued applause.)
Father Sherman eloea a very silly
thing when ho comet to any city and
places himself on exhibition, and culls
attention to himself because he la the
sson of a great man; so far as tho truth
la concerned, so far as the statements
;are concerned, It don't make any differ
Hneo whether hla father was a general
in the army or a cobbler, his statements
must stand or fall upon their own
werlt, and he must atand or fall as a
iroan pon his own merit, and not upon
the merit of his father. (Applause.)
Ha itands as the representative of a
system,, and that system must bo judged
According to Its merits, and he must
neither stand or fall with that system
according to tho merits that It may
have. So I think it la well for ua to
cxamlno this question upon Its own
tmorits, for Catholicism Is a jwlltlcal
-power claiming here the courtesies and
tho attention of church when It is
not entitled to them. If It has come
among us as a church and is wielding a
-political power and dictating, or at
tempting to dictate our legislation, It
Is time for vis to call a halt and say to
them that no church can live among
ww and receive the courtesies of a church
whllo, in fact, It U a political power.
-As to whethef or not Romanism is a
political power, wo must judge accord
ing to the teachings of Romanlam.
"When we know what a church teaches,
we know what It is. When wo know
'the principles of ft political party, we
know what merit to accord to it. Wo
know some of the teachings of the
canon laws. They have been published
published in our papers, read In Ber
renous and announcod in lectures, and It
ta not necessary ft r mo to repeat ihem.
We read in their canon laws that all
fciuraan power lies under the wpe; that
the -civil power ia subordinate to the
aplritual power; that the pope is the
vlce-gerent of God among men, and
tthat he rules kings and nations by
divine right, and that all common
wealths, rulers and legislators must
raubmit to the will of the pope. It
teachea that the pope may annul atate
Jawa, and set anldo the laws of any
nations which are objectionable to the
Homan Catholic church.
It claims the right to examine all
tbooks before they are published and
withhold Hum from publication If It
ees fit. It claims the right to control
the whole school system. The church
i -n it ..
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At (hi point ( nt a-k a vry
lvt tant qiw&tlon; fan ft gr1 h
wan lathi!i Kt a In) at ritl to the
t'i,il Stti-V it 'i it tf "N.v. no," ami
"Y ).,l
In the light of thewi U-at-hing. Ihoy
tent h that any tthltgatlon U which
Rome U net a parly U mill and Void.
They Um h that the fimt alltlantHi of
Roman I'atiiolitit ia duo to Romn am)
the rhvmh. Klint, lant and always
they U h. Ii ttiHt the alleglanee of Rt-
man Catholic is due to the nit ami
the church, and 1 want to ak ytu if,
In the light of that fact, any Roman
Catholic can bo a loyal cltUcn? (Cries
of "No, no.")
Tho council of Constance decreed
that no fahh was to l kept with here
tics, and that decree of (Tonstanco la on
record as a part of their law Unlay.
And there Is no faith to bo kept with ft
heretical nutlon, or a heretic of any
kind. Then these Roman Catholics
say that whatever sin they coin mil tho
priest can forgive them, so If a Roman
Catholic should violate his oath to the
United StateB how quickly th priest
could forgive him. (Applause.) I ask
again, what assurance can a Roman
Cawholio give of his alleglanco to this
nation, or any other nation on tho face
of the earth? He la first and always
a Reman Catholic.
Did you notice the letter of authority
that the pope sent to Satolll? Just at
tho close of that letter ho said to him:
"Whatever penalties you lnfllot, and
what sentences you pronounce we will
sustain, ctmstilHtitm and npoalolk utith
ority to the contrary noUrithnUtmlivg.."
And what did that mean? It simply
meant that the power of popery was be
hind Satolll to enforce his commands
and make his acts binding even though
tho constitution of tho United States,
and of tho states of tho Union wero op
posed to him. (Applause.) And when
a class of men are sworn to' support
popery, and aro sworn to be loyal to
Romanism first, last and always, I can
see no possible way for them to bo loyal
oltlseu. ,of thu -United States. (Ap
plauseWe lct men to office and
the jBrsl thing they do is to take an
outh U dupiHirt thott$Uutlon of tho
statu- find of thir Unk($ States, and
when we ".loot a Romanist and ho comes
up before the officer and awears to sup
port that constitution, I want to know
how much It means, when he has a
mental reservation, as long as It does
not conflict with my allegiance to Rome.
How much does It mean when Rome Is
a political power and may make war,
and It does make war? Here only two
or three years ago tho popo set aside
seven millions of dollars for war pur
poses. When there is a political party
in the Held a political power here
that holds the allegiance of all its
members in this way, I say they cannot
very well be loyal citizens of this gov
ernment, and cannot and ought not to
hold office among ua. (Applause.)
Father Sherman spent a good deal of
his time telling you how many Roman
Catholics foughton the battle Held, and
how gome of them blod and died, but ho
didn't tell you that Roman Catholics
shed the blood of our "Martyred Presi
dent," Abraham Lincoln. (Applause )
He didn't tell you that far more than
half of the deserters that left the army
during the war of the rebellion were
Roman Catholics, and that the pope
sent a letter with hla blessing to Jeff
Davis. He failed to tell you that. .
There Is ono great difuoulty with us
In this country; there are so many of
our people who say, "There are a great
many of these Roman Catholics who
will not finally hold to the church; If
there should oomo any great test, In
the end they will bo loyal to tho
country." And let mo say to you that
la one of tho weaknesses of some of our
Protestant ministers. They will preach
a sermon on Romanism, and wind it up
by saying that in tho end a great num
ber of Roman Catholics would not hold
to the church If thore should come any
great test.
To bo Continued.
A Pitiful Case.
An old man attended at the North
London police court on Saturday and
desired to thank the magistrate for as
sistance given him In obtaining a sum
of money. Tho man Is elghty-flvo years
of ago, and his equally aged wlfo saved
about 'M, and when she died It was
found she had bequeathed tho whole
of the money to tho Roman Cathol Ic
church In Tottenham Court-road, for
the purpose of setting up a statue to
St. Joseph. Tho wishes of thedetseased
were carried out, but the husband
thought it hard that he should not
have been consultod in the matter,
more especially as he was very poor,
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IWHtbaa Olftf Italia!
IntmoOlaMy following the tljm.
mt'M ii Ui ?uvnie Oram! Oift(fn
tmlgr In Minnipn!i tal wet k h M
trmf t'ablmt f Ami't tma thatigu
Knitfht Uelil their atittual ennveittion
fir th rliM'thm if ottHvra, and the ftd
lowing grtilUmen ilet,tl:
(Vtmntamler In chief, J, M. Ranker,
of Hdglnaw, Mli-h,! tlert-timimamler, J.
It, Stnythe, of I Crse, Wis.! iN-cre-tary
of State, M. U ?.wk, Dmaha, Neb, I
aenUry of war, Isham I), Fuller, of
Chicago, III,; aecrvtary of treasury, A,
,1. Doner, Httglnaw, Mich,; treasurer,
M. K. llryant, tf Mlnmftadla, Minn.',
chaplain, W. J. It. Traynor, of Detroit,
Mich.; adjutant general, ,laa. Mt
Naughton, of Kansas City, Kan.; aur
geou general, Dr.' H. P. Reynttlds, of
Chicago, 111.; qunrUrmaster general,
Hugh A. McDonald, Cambridge, Mans.;
commissary general, H. It. Johnston,
MlnneaiHilts, Minn,; judge advocate,
M. A. Waleott, Uv Cnsse, Wis.: re
cruillng olllcer, It, It. McMUlen, of
Chicago, 111.
All officers weie immediately In
stalled by Past Supremo Commander In
Chief Reynolds, of Chicago, and each
entered uon tho active discharge of
their duties for the coming year.
The American Orange Knights la an
order growing out of tho Loyal Orango
Institution and has Its origin among
tho American Orangemen, and is
thoroughly American in every degree.
It is a mutual assessment Insurance
order based upon a plan somewhat slm
liar to that of tho A. O. U. W., except
that it provides for a reserve fund to bo
used In case of emergency. The order
la Incorporated under tho laws of
tho state of Michigan and Is gradually
spreading out over several state as
may bo seen hy tho fact that there wore
delegates present from Nebraska, Mln
nesota, Wisconsin, Kiuisas, Illinois,
and other states. Wherever Its objects
and principles aro known and under'
stood It cannot fall to attra6t tho
attention of all pttirtotjoally Intoned
citizens. ' i
THKKKhave been repeated requests
for Information regarding the number
of members of the 0. U. A. M. In
Omaha, South Omaha and Douglas
county. There Is a disposition to
organ lo a lodge In Omaha. Will all
0. U. A. M. pleaso send tholr names
and addrono to this office.
FOR SALE. Good fl room house on
lot GOx 150, near Hanscom Park. Good
well. Cheap If taken before July 1st.
Inquire southeast corner Sixteenth and
The Only Train for St. Louis
which carries a dining car leaves
Omaha via the Burlington Route at
9:4.1 p. hi, and reaches St. Loul early
the next afternoon.
Through sleeper Omaha toHt. Louis.
City Ticket Office, 1U24 Farrian St.
Tn is Amkkican can bo had at alt
news stands In the United State.
Friends, buy them.
A homo, by a boy I I years old. En
quire at this office.
You should all remember that C. P.
Shaw, 018 S. Kith St., has ab
ways on hand, Vegetable, In sosson;
also a lull line of Staple Grocer! ts.
Do not forget m when down town.
308 North 16th Strset,
Hatters and Gents Furnisher. Men's
Shoos, gloves, eto. A "dollar's worth
for a dollar."
American Bakery, 1818 8t. Mary's
Avenue, Wagon Delivery. ,
Go to I) ball's for tine cnndles, 1518
Douglas St.
8. R. Patten, dentist
building, telephone 61
oora 848 nie
For fine watch repairing go to John
Rudd, 805 N. lttth.
McArthur sells Shoes. 725
8. 27th Street, near No. 5 Erv
glne House.
Go to 2223 Ieavenworth for estimates
on carpenter work.
We have just received a beautiful as
sortment of Windsor Ties which we
will exchange for from 3c to $1.00. Also
a lot of socks that we offer at 124c per
pair, tho best you ever bought for the
money. Wo are clearing out a lot of
shlrta at 2fc, 80c and M)o,, big value,
and still have very cholco styles at 75e.
$1.00 and $1.25.
One good value In underwear Is shown
In the quantity sold going like hot
cakes-jomo and get some at
1315-17 N. 24th St.
1M a. l kiln JitHtneU t I fitted
With fl' b prnpl whil attiiW
n king tt fttist t ". t a rnc
jbs M rs ant tuj wmk U tbt
rlrtittni-all, tnt.-. and Btlnl
ft,. t.f i hatgv. JttHN lU'PD,
m N. tut K M,
Q & u js
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J At
314 South 15th Street.
IVrlodli'nlH, llliink Honks, and all kinds of
lllli'c Htiiill, Jul) pl'llilliitf. ciiiImwnIiik and
To The World's Fair.
Save time and avoid tho crowd In tho
city hy buying tickets over tho "Great
Rock Island Route" and stop off at
Knglcwood near the World's Fair gato.
Klectrlc lino from the "Rock Island"
dejMit direct to tho gate. Time, ten
miuHlt'A, Fare, rent. You can
check your baggage to Fnglewood and
avoid trouble and save expense, as
Englewood Is In the great suburban
hotel dist rict near the fair, and you can
have your btignge sent to your quar
ters at oiire,
Remember, tho Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific is the World's Falrljno for
reasons given above.
General Ticket and Passenger Agent,
Talking of run on banks, why, not
any of them was a circumstance to the
run on Dress Goods at 1315 N 2Hh Bt,
That store laid out a table of goods at
5o a yard that simply opened tho purse
strings of every ono that camo in and
there wore many, It will be filled up
again and again for a few days longer
with big bargains, At tho same time
they are showing and selling lota of
novelties In wash fabrics very choice
Do not forget the name and tho pi at to
tal t then, everybody knows it,
1315-17 N. 21th St,
Tho A. B. 0. Investment Bonds pay
$,100 In from ono to five years. $5 pur
chnwo and $1 a month afterwards until
paid. Best paying Investment extant,
A rustling agent wanted in every town
and county. For full particulars apply
530 and 531 Pax ton Block,
Omaha, Neb.
F. 8. Tjiomphon,
General Agent for Douglas County,
Park Forest Sunday school gave n
literary programme In Its new chapel,
Thirteenth and Dominion streets, last
Friday evening, It was highly enjoyed
by those present. Rev. J, M, Wilson
was present and spoke some words of
For Sale.
A good manufacturing bakery at half
price for cost. Doing good business,
Rent very low, Reason, 111 health.
Apply at this office, Big bargain.
Water Rents Due July 1st.
Payable at office Bee building, Flvo
per cent discount If paid on or before
July 1st. Failure to receive bill will
not entitle anyone to discount after
July 1st.
Office open till 8 p, m. Wednesday
and Saturdays till July 1st,
Tnko your repairing to The Drum
mond Carriage Co., lth and Harney
8t. Opp. the County Jail.
"A Dollar's Worth for a Dollar."
Watches, $1,00 per week.
A, P. A, Buttons 40c to $1,50.
Jr. O. U. A. M. Plns75o to $2.50,
P. O. S. of A. Pins $1.00 to $1.50,
Orango Pins $1,00 to $1.50,
at JNO. HALL'S, 507 N Kith Street.
One hontitlful Citron ii Panel given
with every down Cabinets at Hughes
hit ndberg's studio, 205 North !th
street. tf
Dim- 1,'t; l d-Kltiu kVmiil.l ull r,,,i.,lu,n
when tl.n'V wiinf, ii rww hut. or an iild
(inn rprnilnxl tn ai.II sin im Wn ulll
give them good satisfaction.
Over 207 North 17th St.
AnVKIlTISKMrNTB llltu.ftj.d In TllH
American aro sure to brlnga profitable
return to the advertiser. Americans,
watch the columns of this paper I
Well assorted soHd srohl. filled and
silver watches at John Huim'fl
305 North 10th St.
(Mm in,t.a t , f. M hi' 1
WIHH rA,; AM lilMI,.-
Dullilops' Hardwaro, Cutlery
HOt DoiirIm St, Telephone 279 OMAHA. NEB.
GUN CO., .Kn,'JJhJ.'l't!
Guns, Ammunition, Base Ball, Tennis, Bicycles,
AMI (IKfuritAI,
103 South 16th Street.
Hunt's linn Itiemlit !lf, Hlilr-her litr-n, I'lecatlllla ton tip, tfitrk r st
wlntt color 1 this Is 101 eseellent Slten for ..... vDO.LJw
VVIilll.s A, M. (!, and I), -ww
A few more pairs of those Kimnla f.'alf Mala. ()oe top, St, T m -
I.OtllS toe tl), Wtll'tll (ti.llf) will C'll'MI tlllllrl Olll. St 'XfXZS mJmJ
A Pair.
Wo (men a (food tpiaflly of Tun tml Uwu, H, luls toe tip, rr f
Whll'll WH W'll III, .... . j J Zj m mJ mmJ
Von can't nt a better niton for t,li iioewy, 4
WK HAVK HOMK VKUY i. I rf'J '''Itn'Y'V'nTtTsa
A viiry (Inn HIiieherOxfortf.chtNitilalMoloc,
A. II, (j and ) wlililm, at yi.w a pulr,
A II ii Omit Oxford, idioeidate eolnf, s(iritr
lee, tip, (I, I) and Kwltli.lis, furfJ.wia pair,
Ww Itava a linn (ylulil, Tan .fulleflt. Opfa
tee, llp,l,!S0 nlwt a (Inn l(ti(.la Kid Jiilliit M,
tiiirn um, puiJitii ioailtcr tip, a(, Mm nmn
price, i.via pair,
Opposite Postofflce. 103 South Fifteenth Street
W. R.
Give Us a Trial and you will Always Trade with Us.
(Iiii)d HUm He pt'f lb,
first elans Idea at U per lb,
Soda Oaekars at, (V, "
Oyster (JriMltiirs atliw "
Ntihepp's (ita'tmntit m, se per package,
Quail o u at, e,
Ouaknr Out at V pnr piteM'tft,
Oil Surdities ftl,(; per can,
Muiitard Siirdlni'K atfi! ptircatt,
Salmon at, !"'. pur ean,
MiM'leiinll at I.'": pur I'uu,
(.'allfitrnla Pears at Ifsi per can,
Whlta OJwrlM at lfi pr can,
In our Dry (Hood and Citrjict Dopftrttnenfj w aro oUrni
extraordinary miinn. Hdfore jptirclmfiitig Itijict fiir good
and get prices,
The Popular
JULIUS FURTH-ioojkiojstajet,
rsowistTOM, OMAHA, NED,
Orders by mall Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
0w s. E. Corner xGth and Howard Streets.
The Cabinet Billable GaattJIrift stove
I Warranted for Three Years, It fa
tho Most Perfect gasoline stove made.
Is agent for tho west.
Kat By hall's delicious Cream Candles.
151. Douglas St,
Hardwaro Co.,
and rftAvruva 0439,
Douglai St. OMAHA, NtB.
-a mo aiisst roti-
LADIES -vivuiw
Tie ttl frtm (oll,W a tUnn l.le7
ariK.ifiritillV wild rof,
ln,ld'M ati,vn, wf lntvtt faytls' Onford at
Urn, .a.tXiMu ivt, iiu ut ftw ptir,
f.iKlMw' HiiwU,Oitfor("t at m,tti aitdl,l
vtii and (y'ltlldrttfi's 'fan tMfirdaH4 tint
Mprlnif llml,
f I. will pity ymi Ui svamlns gimit ael priim,
pN'hes M.wut ptir tisn,
(lrtn Oaiff at IVtn pur cart,
Vtft l'liiiil I7i? "
Aprlnela at l?'4ti pwrrian,
SiiwirlttK Ntttip at V; pr al,
Hiniii f,aitndry Stap, bar tot'm,
tm loat at Ifm pn lb,
tltiiiH Japan Ta at 5!fit! pf lb,
Splendid Valija Ta at, put (b,
Oruitbud Java Vtttttm at I? pt lb,
0.,i,d UloViitttm Mm put lb,
Mfttsha and Java Mm, 1nt
This Is!tlt a-liat wn yinrniiii, Tbs N.
briijba attain Is Mm l,HMT ril'KAM l,A(IM
Imr In (lie "ll v anfl prompt aiuniUori ft our
patron la Mm liitlbllna of a larna Intuition,
310 N, 10th Strftst,