The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, June 08, 1894, Page 7, Image 7

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lll lift ltl,lltll II Wlltlltl 11 !
from any sr ami ihiu'.jih'hI lUi'i'f-r
l'l P!nl..iy Jin, !,! ham tm
"CM In lu mlrttUtlitit. mi li.i iM. II
It I; m1 n't lir lui h Wur llial ri
si,t,totttjr from a wallow hot. at t
iil of Hie rim. I. jitt as tlm . am
a nSnk?
The it ikm port fit nHSranei of tlm
lr ll tf III lltll'sO Rllil tlll'V
ran av Tluv tliilo'l run Inf.
th mi ifli. l lio wacoo ptnu k n iKi')i
fill In tlm ioa.l. llm cnn
ff nilro k'lycorlno was knocki-il with
such. Intro aaltm! a Mont? it tlm
Waifoii JtHtml itiiwit tlmt It wa i k
I'loiliul, Wlicn.lim canto tilmwas
hniijjlntf H" top of iHtl fciiort
flfly foot away from wlmro t Ito nltro
irl.vccl'liio hml exploded, If m could
jvi.ltf i from the hole half as Mi a
collar1 tlmt yawned In Hie loud.
Thoro wasn't h fi ajjinont of any Mil tin
In I h t to Inilli-ato that a few hoc
onls Iwforo there hud liooti a team of
home and a apt'lnj? wagon where tho
hole wan. Then Jim discovered that
he only had one leu, Ills right ono
having Ihkiii blown away from just
above the kneo.
Fortunately fop Jim sotno drillers
hoard the explosion, and hurried to
tho spot to soo how little there was
leftof Jim and his outfit. They were
anuiod to find so much of Jim left,
and they quickly carried hlra to the
tiearost houso and tfot a doctor. Jim
was around all rljfht In a few weeks.
No evldenco of tho previous existence
of tho toam. waj?on or Jim's lost lojf
had over been disoovorod.
"Ono duy last wook (ieorpe lick
on chopped clown a big: onk treo
that stood In a flold .1)0 yards from
the spot where Jim Roislniror's blow
tip occurred. In a crotch of that
troo, (ifty foot from tho pround, he
found some funny looking- bona,
lodged. Ho took them to Contor
Vlllo to a doetor.
"Why!' suld ho, 'those are tho
lower bones of tho human lo;;! A
comploto set of thorn, too! '
"Jim Heisintfor's log, sure!' suld
"Thoro couldn't be any doubt
about It. No one olso had ever lost
a log In thut locality and nover found
it, and so It was Jim's lonjj-lost h'tf,
and no inlstako. They boxoil the
bones up and sent tliein to Jim at
Prospect, whore ho lives now, and
when I had loft liutlor county ho
had just written buck and suld that
while the leg wouldn't be of much
use, ho wus tr I ad to boo It, and wu
much obliged."
Him Mil i Iii Him Tlrnil,
"John," said Mrs. lllllus, "what Is
t"v tho salary of an alderman:"'
' "I think It It t;l for each mooting."
"And yet thoro seems to bo plenty
of men willing to tuko the place at
that pitiful suiary. How hard the
times must bo when strong, able
bodied men, willing to work, no
doubt, arid cupable of filling fur high
er stations In life are driven to tho
necessity of taking Just such jobs!
1 am sure wo ought to bo very thank
ful John, that yon haven't felt tho
pressure of the hard times to tho ex
tent of that, and "
Maria." suld Mr. liillus, looking
fixedly at hor over his newspaper,
"you make mo very weary."
I n i'rl ii t I ii fornix! Ion.
A professor at tho university of
T-oxiim wus explaining some of the
habits and customs of the ancient
Greeks to his class.
"Tho undent (ireeks built no roof
ovor their theaters," sal I tho pro
fessor. "What did the anclont (ireeks do
when it ruined?" asked Johnny l'l.
elotop. Tho professor took olT his spec
tacles, polished them with his hand
kerchief, and replied calmly:
'They got wet,
I suppuso.
Texas Hlfl.lngs.
A lllniir I .
"Well, Charles," said tho proud
father, "you are to bo graduated
soon. What are your Ideas as to se
lecting your profession?"
"I think I'll be a lawyor, father. I
am fond of ease,"
"KusoP I o you consider tho law
yer's profession one of ease:'"
"It cortalnly Is at the start. Young
lawyers never havo much to do."
Harper's Ilaar.
A Miiiimiii of Km World.
Mr. Vorarlch - Do not, do not
answer hastily. I will glvo you
timo to reflect If you wish.
Miss Jfi'uutl It won't take long.
How many (dubs do you belong toP
"Well- cr-llvo or six, but"
"Then I will bo your wlfo. I
probably will not seo you ofton
enough to matter."
A Sow IV him l for l.iH-oiiiotlvn.
Tfio boll chlmo steam whistle con
sists In producing threo distinct
tones, pitched, for Illustration, to tho
first, third and fifth of the common
musical scale, thus giving an agree
able musical chord. It Is more pen
etrating than the common whistlo.
and can bo heard farthor. Hard
ware. fci'cn-ly I
Professor What aro you doing
Scholar, poring ovor his books
Digging at Greek verbs.
Professor What's that for?
Scholar Oh, I'm going to soo If I
can pull them up by the root You
know I'm to be a farmer whon I
A CT ON n t VI t .
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rni t, ilion K i' !'( Vr
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a nV, reihtiiufi, $a litivn In
otto (..p.'t l, ,.i.- i II n n-.r
titrltlitftt B tii-.i ni y j.i. t ftt
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that it a h j-li 'si ftnitiiml
AN lmtir liUtei y nt'tM ti f illa
if (! life ir it linl. It did But
(K tho b't bit .-t II til id It
on n, and some whe aw it p i
bmit were stun-k ith Its i.. ftp
"Ihls Hit! mMnml loft In
chaise ff Mr Miei!liii.y in th
ll!ntf riveitt by ; ly traieler
I list II s biicti In a I'lii'iiee could
W plainly sei'ii bv tin pivpnrstiom
made by lt initiv lei It Journey,
anil It a tlniKi, animal, trarln
Its ni-etry to the well known Man
fsmlly, whose ancient scat l on tb
lle of " Man, says the NN anhington
"Hie kitty lere an old family name
Tabby- A the female travelers
Ullthercd about M;n Mi an un Denny,
coinplimentiiig her on her (wl's
frlBkNUiie and it- (lispollinti to be
come friendly, one of th.-m aked;
"N a not its lifH. cut nirr'
Another nn.-wered "I have heard
of cats born without tails, but this
Is the llrst I ever saw."
Still another h.-stander remarked:
"I'ats havo no tails In the Isle of
Man, so I have been told."
"That kitten will never pin,- rlng-a-round-rosy
with its tail; It may
always havo a hnne and home, but
It will have a hard job to make both
ends meet."
"No wholesaler Is wanted by that
cat, It will over bo interested in tho
retail trade," wore some of tho re
marks made.
Finally Mrs, Shaughnessy, to at
tend to hor duties, was obliged to
hldo the kitten during hor tomporary
absence The woman who owned
tho cat was en route from Ashevllle,
N. C, to Boston, and brought tho
kitten hero, arriving about 1 1 :.'ll) a.
m. Helng unable to secure from tho
porters of the Pullman sorvico tho
necessary permission to take It In
the sleeper and unwilling to trust it
In tho baggage cur. she turned It
ovor to Mrs. Shaughncssy with all
the nccompunimcnts for Its comfort.
Those consisted of a neat wicker
basket, lined with raw cotton, for Its
bed. a china saucer and a bottle for
milk and a plentiful supply of red
ribbons to lie around its neck. The
fell no Is one of a litter of four, de
scended on the mot her' 1 nido from
the Islo of Man tribe, the mother
being a native of that portion of her
majesty's dominions. Two had tails
and two hadn't.
.On tho trip to this city tho con
ductor, in common with the passen
gers, notwithstanding t o rules of
the Pullman company, beeumo much
attached to tho playful and tailless
kitten, and doubtless it would huvo
been carried through to tho end of
tho journey hud the porter boon
more attentive, This party rofused
to warm somo milk for tho animal
and soured on the cat, saying that it
should bo muilo to travel with dogs
and other animals In tho baggago
cur, anil consequently arrangements
for carrying It first-class being Im
practicable tho owner did tho next
best thing, placing It In good hand 4.
limi t l)litif ll,
Mrs Green and Mrs. Gray woro
walking along, chatting In a gossipy
way, whon a man who had been
watching them from across tho street
suddenly rulsod his hat and smiled.
Said Mrs. Green! "Who was that
fool that bowed to jouP". Mrs. Gray
That was my husband. Mrs. Green
Oh, I beg your pardon. I didn't
Mrs. Gray Don't mention It. I
wasn't awaro that you knew him.
Hoston Travclor.
111.' Hi-r-rrl, ut Ills Sui-i-cm,
"The beauty of this medicine,"
said Dr. llybold, writing tho direc
tions on the buttle and handing It to
the nurse, "Is that It will make him
too sick to cat anything for the next
threo days, That will glvo nature a
chance to tuko a whack ut him.
When me and nature can work to
gether on a patient," added the doc
tor, putting on his hat and gloves,
"wo pull him right of tho kinks
every time."
1 lii Two lli'ilnni.
A young woman applied to tho
mayor of a Texas city for relief,
( "Have you no meuns of supportP"
asked tho olllclul.
"I am tho only daughter of an old,
childless father, and I support sev
eral younger brothers with my own
hands. "
"I am an orphan, too," ropllod tho
mayor, "ami It is as much as I can
do to tuko cure of mysolt" Toxas
Iliiilillilal nml ( lirlll lM.
It Is suld that tho lluddhists of
Japan are awaking to tho fact that
they must have a statement of tho
elements of tho Buddhist faith to set
over against tho dellnlto and com
pact creed (if the Christian teachers,
and are debating what they will put
Into this statement.
Sh f ii I iiiiiikIi.
"What! You rooming on tho top
door?" said tho first drummer. "I
thought you woro too afraid of flro. "
"i'horo won't bo any flro hero to
night," said tho second drummer. "I
overheard the lundlord say thut hi
insurunco had run out."
I'iihiiIIhIi I. ova.
Do If you loved mo you would
marry mo while I am poor. She
you do mo injustice. I love you too
muoh to havo your precious health
risked by my cooking. Wait until
you can afford to havo servants.
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t irliiet.
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mi tsvlt.nliuidi'iil ut-ch nun U In i. rlntl
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niul ili'U rmli-il, ami hiiii.led
ivrr to llic neciilnr court.
IT. K-1-ulnr ii'liicin mm llllntf to nm-nr to
rfi-nil tin' clitlli-li uunll.Kt hi-n-tlcn nn i-x-otiiiiiuiilratcil,
Itnil tlicy ii it' ti i ix ii ml, r mi
Ik Tim iriiiiilit of heretics sro to tie con-.hi-hIi'iI
sad HiilU-d to tliu cliuri-U.
19. AdviH'atcs or nolarlen, fiivurlnn licri.
ic, or llmlr di fi'ndi-ri. or nlcndliiir for tin-in
law HultM, or wrllliiK diH'iiiiii-nls for tluiiii,
,ro InfiuiiDiiM and HUKiciidid from ollit-e,
2(). Tlio Beciiliir powers, whether pertna
Knit or li'inimruiy, are lioiind to swear that
hey will exterminate, acconlliiK Ut tlielr
,owcr, all lieretlCHCoiidemni'd hy the chui-i-lij
aid a temporal lord not purging his land ut'
leretlcs. Is ex-coniinuiilcated,
21. Them) signed with tlm crows for the
xtermlnallon of heretics, rejoice In the
irlvlli'gc granted to the crumidcrs for I lie
Kilp of the holy land.
22. Tlicy are alwolved from all obligations
ho are In anywise hound to heretics.
23. Whoever dies 1" hat tin against the un-
ellevlng, merits tho kingdom of heaven.
"4, We do Dot esteem thos homicides, to
(Hum It may liavu uauuiiund In their coal for
tholr mother church against the ex-coniniu-ntcatud,
to kill soma of them.
48. That Oitlhollo I'rlneus are betind, both
by civil and common law, no', to receive or
tolerate heretics, and much more are not to
uormlt their riles, or other exercise of tholr
religion or rat hor, their false sect, but are
most solemnly bound every where, to ropol
snd expel Uiem,
2). The following temporal punishment!
sre to be enforced on heretics: 1st Infamy,
and the consequent disqualifications for all
Civil acts. 2nd- Intestability, as well active
as passive (that is, they can neither make
nor will Inherit what is left to them by
others), ilrd Loss of paternal power over
Children. 4th boss of dowry, and other
privileges granted to women, ftth ConlUca
tlon of all goods. 6t!i--That vassals and
slaves ami others are free from all, evea
sworn obligations due to their lord or an
otiier. 7th--Oapltal corporal punishment,
especially death, and perpetual Imprison
ment. 27, The canon law forbids all toleration.
2H, That metropolitans and bishops are to
x-enmmuuloate him who grunts liberty of
2, No oath Is to be kept toward heretic
princes, lords or others.
80. Heretics are to be doprlved of all civil
and paternal rights.
31. The pope can absolve from all oaths.
id.Z K very bishop is ordinary Judge la a
cause of heresy. The reason is because ths
bishops can ex-olllclo, and ought to exttrpata
heretics, and Inlllct upon them the duo pun
ishments, and to this are bound on pain. of
deposition, llesides, are the inquisitors es
pecially deputed by tho apostolic see
Kvety bishop In his diocese Is thought to be.
and in reality Is, a natural inquisitor, (liter
ally born Inquisitor), so as to have tho sums
power with those already Mentioned In a
Cause of heresy,
1. In every promissory enth, although
absolutely taken, tliero are certain condl
tlons tacitly understood, aiMingst which are;
1st If 1 can; 2iid-To save tho right anil
authority of a superior! ard When the oath
supposes the honor of the apostolic see to be
114. Tliatthecouncll of Trent, (the last and
great authority of Rome), decrees and com
mands that tiiesacrod canons and all gen
eral councils, also the other apostolic enact
ments Issued In favor of ecclesiastical per
son of ecclesiastical liberty, and against Its
Violators, all of which by this present decree
It renews, and must be exactly observed
by all.
.cardinal of the Holy Koman
church, do promise and swear that, from this
time to the end of my life, I will be faithful
and obedient unto St. Peter, the holy apo
telle Koman church, and our most holy lord,
the popo of Kome, and his successors, canon
Ically and lawfully elected: that I will give
no advice, consent or assistance against ths
pontifical majesty and person; that I will
never knowingly and advisedly, to their In
uryor disgrace, make public tho councils
entrusted to me by themselves, or by mes
sengers or letters) also Unit I will give them
any assistance In retaining, defending and
recovering the Koman papacy and the regalia
of l'eter, with all my might and endeavor, so
far as the rights and privileges of my order
will allow It, and will defend them against
all their honor and state, and I will direct
snd defend, with duo form and honor, the
legates and nuncios of the apostolic see, In
ths territories, churches, monasteries and
other benefices committed la my keeping!
and I will cordially co-oporato with them
snd treat them with honor In their Coming,
abiding and returning, and that I will resist
unto blood all persons whatsoever who shall
attempt anything against them. That I will,
by every way and by every means strive to
preserve, augment snd advance the rights,
honors, privileges, the authority of the Holy
Koman bishop, our lord the pope and bis
before mentioned successors, and that, at
whatever time anything shall be decided to
their prejudice, which Is out of my power to
binder, as-soon as 1 shall know that any
steps or measures have been taken In tbs
matter, I will make It known to the same,
our lord or his successors, or some other per
son by whose means It may be brought to
their knowledge. That I keep and carry
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juillce nf thi'lr M'i'kiiiis. rlli, honor. Mutt
or Mii-r. and, If I -hull know any nurli
tiling to tic ireaietl or agitated by any hai-sis-vt
i-. I will hliiil.-ril lo my tmmt, and at
niniiiiisl cnn, I will signify II Ui our wdil
lord. The iinliiniiu-e and miDdatca of lie
isipe, 1 will oliM'ive with all By might ami
cause to lie otisi-rvrd tiy othe it "
leretlcs. schismatic mil rvbrln to urn
said lord or his kiicci'ssurs, I will to my ut
most pi-rnecute and oihim',"
"Herrtli'os, si-lilsniallcos ct rels-lli-s fides
1 lomino nost ni vcl siiccessot Ihus predict Is pn
posse perseqiiar ct oipiiguab ) "
"I will come to a council w hen I am railed,
I will visit the threshold of the npostlci
every three years uml give an account of oui
lord of all my pastm-ii! oMh-e and of tin
things belonging to my diocese to tlm dis
cipline of my clergy ami people 1 will Ir,
like manner humbly receive and diligently
execute the apostolic commands If I am
detained by a luwful liupcilin cut, I will per
form tint aforesaid by a member of my
chapter or a priest of my iIIih'cso, fully In
structed In nil things aliovu mentioned The
possessions belonging to my table, I will
neither sell nor other wise nllemnii without,
consilium; the Koniiin poinliv. ho help mt
tiod and tliese holy gospels of (foil."
Hen! to 1 hit Komlsh Manager
Till Ionian's Oitllt.
"I swear by almighty Ood, by all In heaven
and earth, by the holy prayer-book of my
holy church, by tho blessed Virgin Mary
mother of Uml. by her sorrow and grief at the
cross, by her tears and waitings, by' the holy
apostles Hi. Peter and Paul, by the glorious
apostle of Ireland HI. Patrick by the
blessed and holy church of all ages, by the
holy national martyrs, to fight upon tho
Irish soil, to light for tho independence of
Ireland to fight until I die, wading In tho
red (core of tlio Hasminauh (Protestant) for
the glorious cause of nationality to fight
until not a single vestige, track or footstep,
Is left to toll that tin) holy soli of Ireland
was ever trodden by the Hassouach tyrants
and murdorers; and, morovsr, when the
Protestant robbers ami in Ireland
shall be murdered and driven Into the sea
llko the swine our Lord Jesus Christ caused
to be drowned, then we shall embark for,
and take Kngland, and root out every ves
tige of the accursed blood of Die heretic
adulterer, Henry VJ II., and possess our
selves of the heists who have so long kept
our Island of saints Old Ireland In the
Chains of bondage, driven us from her shores,
exiles Into foreign lanns. I will wade In the
bloodof Urangemen auu heretics (Protest
ant) who do not Join us and become our
LHcotland too, having given aid and succor
to the boast, we shall live In her gore. We
shall not give up until we have restored our
holy faith all over tho Krlllsh Isles.
To all of this I sincerely and conscien
tiously swear with my eyes blinded, not
knowing who to me administers this oath
Oath ef the ( lan-nn-loiel.
Tho following is the oath taken by
tho members of that famous Komlsh
Catholic society:
"I (name In full) do solemnly swear In the
presence of Almighty (Jod, that I will labor
while life Is left In me to establish and de
fend a republican form of government In
Ireland; that I will keep secret tho names
and everything connected with the Irish
brotherhood from all not entitled to know
such secret! that I will obey and comply
with the constitution anil laws of the same,
whatever they may be; that I will preserve
the funds of this order for the cause of Irish
revolution alone as specified In the constitu
tion; that I will deem it my special duty and
mission to promote and foster sentiments of
union, brotherly love, nationality, among all
Irish Catholics; that I will not permit the
nomination In any political caucus or con
vention i f a person not pledged to the prin
ciples of this society! I will always give a
member of this brotherhood preference In
all matters of business, and will vote and
work only for Irishmen for political ofllce.
I lake this obligation without any mental
reservation, holding the same forever bind
ing upon me, and that any violation thereof
or destination of my duty to the brother
hood Is infamous, and merits tho severest
punishment, so help me (Jod."
This oath tho candidate Is abjured to
keep at tho hazard of hi life It was
printed In tho Chicago lntcr-Ocean and
was sworn to bo correct at tho Cronln
trial. It was reported by said paper
December 16, 18i),'i. 1'rlests and bishops,
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kmutortad Ihtm, The lliirinony uf Nature,
ocience, r.Liuus uuu iviuik'h"-
Honii of the Itevolutlon tl'roverbs VIII. vs,
20-;iil) and Its tamims "Cabala" Mio unit
origin of the haws of mo Universe,
The advantages of the "Oabala," It un
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mic.n, eiiiihlliig us to make a practical
"ltevlslon" of the It 1 1 lis. Hmu vt a.,. cur-
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l'l, ATS vt.
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related origin.
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Literature, In Nation Kulldlng, from the
Ureal Model the Universe, Tho Jews did
not write the lilhle. and why, The dispersion
of the Authors of the lilhle, and the probable
lime, and why, Protestantism and Roman
Ism, who and how defined, and whim and
The Abstract of the "Oabala" as shown In
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"" and "Hong of Solomon." l-'orm
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Cabala" reveals the hidden truths of which
It Is the symbol," Kxampls of the "Oabala,"
giving verse 1 to 5, Isalali, Oh. XVI: also the
number and lines showing "Oabala,
l'l, ATS IX,
Authors and History. The Patriarchs
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Literature, and Its construction strongly in
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