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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1894)
Rain f Popery.
Pw Mr. 1W!; TUra !s a cae,
whn I now doa.1. who h left a work
which would give to any man a reput
Hon. In thi work, whk'h I cannot do
anything el than admiro, I Dnd thewj
aniillT. the Church of
England think heiwlf adorned when
the wear Mine of tho rags of ixry
That 1 a Mow at the Church of Eng-
'n,l if tho church of Rome Is clothed
What, to hi mind, were the rags of
popery? V'a It because the gradual,
unaimpecting Influencci of hcatheninra
clothed the church of Rome, and, no a
to itlll claim the name of christian
church, patched her heathen garment
with christian patches? Or, waa it be
cause of the inroad of heathenism the
Lord wa dUg'iHtod with her aswia
llona and would not give her any new
garments, and thin I the cause of the
old garment being torn to tatters and
therefore appear as rag?
Rag of popery. If this 1 a fact,
what will you do when you have your
beautiful tomb and meet the Apostle
Peter at the gate of heaven, and ho
Bay to you, "Why do you wear the
rag of popery?" you might be inclined
to say, "I do not wear any more rag
than you do, for I wear the Bame gar
ment you did." And he will answer,
'How do you know I was ever in Rome
to wear it? You cannot prove it so as
to satisfy every one on earth; and that
garmont that you have on has been
dyed; it has been dyed in the blood of
my nearest friends, it is a garment
worn only by usurpers and those who
endeavor to rule both God and man,
and the garment i in rags and will last
but a little longer." I can Imagine
that when you hear this, you will
Jhlnk, "Qh, that the day of the inquis
ition wore not past."
Dut I would advise you to think these
things over, and if you come to the
same conclusion, that your church is
clothed in rags, you had bettor have a
change of raiment for her.
Good bye, dear Peed, good bye,
Oo bury thou ram and don't cry i
Then buy a new dreas
For the bride In distress.
And explain your nenlect, and don't lie
The Spirit or Patriotism Is Spreading
Like M ild Fire.
The Uighliml LigM, published at
Erie, Pa., has the following to say
about the Independent American CIti
"The best classes of Chicago's clti
tens are coming out and joining the
tew party movement to such an extent,
that the Democratic, Republican, and
other partlos are becoming alarmed.
Our readers will remember that the
new party pledged themselves to rid
the city of Chicago from gamblers and
a hundred other vices which exist and
It had such an effect on the people that
the present Democratic city govern
ment has made war on all such crimes
of the cily they say something must
be done to get the people's confidence
and hold them in line. Mass meetings
are being held in all parts of the city
nightly, the boyt have their war paint
on and mean business. The outside
patriotic oiero should come forward
and do something to aid the boys. You
can do something, do not think you
can't give at least one dollar to the
eause of Americanizing the two largest
cities of our country.
"This movement In the city of Chi
caco is maklnsr history for us. It is
lotting the world know what we really
mean. You will remember that the
man-actlng-Mayor Hopkins when elect
ed' drove from office every Free Mason
in the city therefore don't think that
order is not getting its work in about
bow. Do something for the boys.
Protestants Must Vnltr.
New York, Oct. 2. Religious circles
are excited over certain statements
made bv Dr, Charted A. Brlesra on the
subject of church unity. Dr. Briggs,
in a published statement, dwells upon
the hopeful attitude which the Roman
Catholic church is now assuming. The
tendency which la shown by denomina
tions of the Protestant church to uulte
Is also very encouraging. Theological
controversies are not nearly so destruc
tive as formerly. Dr. Briggs adds
"Denominatlonallsm Is a terrible curse,
and unless it is abolished Roman Cath
ollcism will conquer our country. Our
denominations waste a great amount of
resources, both of men and money. The
Roman Catholics have in the United
States 9,157 ministers, and 6,231,417
communicants, with an average of 685
to one minister, and 8,776 churches,
with an average of 709 communicants to
a building. The Protestants have
99 636 ministers and 14,038,435 com'
municants, an average of only 142, and
133,056 buildings, with an average of
105 communicants to a building. This
is a terrible waste, and the wonderful
economy of the Roman Catholic church
will conquor In the end unless there is
Injunction SU11 Holds.
Judge Scott decided in regard to the
Injunction case of John Kowalewskl and
others of the St. Paul's Catholic
church acainst Bishop Scannell and
others that the temporary Injunctioi
shall stand until the hearing of the case
for a Dermancnt injunction. The court
said it would hear the whole case upon
testimony yet this term, In the mean
time allowing the temporary injunction
to remain in force and compelling the
giving of a f.VK) bond.
This end the fight made by tho peo
ple of the arih on their bishop for
some time. Everything practically re
main In sta'u quo. The Kowalewskl
faction retain oeslon of the church
edifice, a It has been doing since the
Sunday morning members picked tho
lock and gained entrance to it.
The renewal of tho defective mort-
giigo, which the faction supjwrting the
action of the bishop declares In con
sc'.ence a just debt, Is tied up until a
decision on the final hearing of tho case.
To 11 rot her Dwlght J. Bobbin, Erie,
Wo, 4e P. O. S. of A. of Washing
ton Camp No. 12, of council mulls,
Iowa, do most earnestly and fraternally
sympathize with our brother, Dwlght
Robblns, of Camp No. 4)0, of Erie,
Pa., in being brutally assaulted, and
hope for your sjieeody recovery.
And we further hope you may secure
the arrest of the cowardly assassin, and
that he shall be punished to the full ex
tent of the law.
Wishing you success in publishing
true patriotism, and heralding the
truths of the nefarious designs of the
Roman Catholic church:
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions le Mint to Brother Dwlght J.
Robblns of Washington Camp No. 476,
1. O. S. of A. of Erie. Pa., and that
the Bamo will be published In the High
Umd lAiht, of Erie, Pa., and that copies
also be furnished The Omaha Ameri
can and 27e Gump News for publica
tion. Yours fraternally,
L. M. Shubkrt,
F. C. TULL19,
C. W. Bukritt,
SEIULIA, MO., SEWS.
(From our Special Correspondent.)
At the dedication of the German
Roman Catholic church, the congrega
tion was Instructed to obey the laws of
the country, provided that such did not
conflict with the laws of their church.
If the oountry's laws were adverse, they
must obey the pope.
We understand that the members of
the Irish Roman Catholic church were
Instructed to vote for John Cashman
for prosecuting attorney. The report
is in every way authentic Cashman Is
Roman Catholic. Does Rome enter
The people of Smithvllle, Mo., are all
stirred up over some A. P. A. literature
which was distributed in that town.
Word has been received by the council
of the A. P. A. in Sedalla that the peo
ple in Smith villo desire the association
organized in their midst. They say,
We are tired of living in the dark."
Word was also received to have the
representative of The American in
Sedalla visit them and supply the peo
ple with the paper and American liter
Thomas Jefferson warned us against
just what has befallen us. He said: In
proportion to their numbers they (for
eigners) will share with us the legisla
tion. They will iufube into it their
spirit, warp and bias its direction, and
render it a heterogeneous mass.
Madison said: "Foreign Influence is
truly a Grecian horse to the republic.
We cannot be too careful to exclude Its
Van Buren said: "Foreigners will
render our elections a curse instead of
The publio schools have produced
nothing but a Godless generation of
thieves and blackguards-Priest Schaur.
Eat Dyball's Candie6, 1518 Douglas
about the Lurllncton's new line to Bil
lings, Montana; the wonderful country
It runs througn; the time t will save to
Helena, Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma.
Our advertising matter gives full in
formation. Sent on request.
J. Francis, G. P. & T. A.,
"Lot the public school system go to
where it came from the Devil.' Free
Special Master Commissioner's Sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortgage Issued out
of the district court for lkmglas county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, 1 will, on the
23rd day of October. A. D ism. at 10 o'clock A.
M. of said dav, at the north front door of the
county court house. In the city of Omaha.
Douglas county. Nebraska, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, the
property described In said order of sale as
follows, to-wit: ....
Low one (1) and two (21. block one (1). Moe's
sub-division, an addition to the city of
Omaha, In Douglas county, staus of Ne
Said lot one (1). In block one (1) Moe's sub
division, above descriteu. to be sold subject
to a prior mortgage of eight hundred dollars
(SSOO.OO), to satisfy The 2! itual Investment
Company, plaintiff herein, the sum of sixty
dollars UW 00) Judgment with Interest thereon
at rat of ten U per cent, per annum from
May 7th. A. D. 1SW. , . ,
Kali! lot. tm i2). in hlock one (1), Moe s sub
division, above described, to be sold subject
to a prior mortgage of six hundred dollars
$&.00i, to satisfy The Mutual Investment
Company, plaintiff herein, the sum of forty
four dollars (t.00 Judgment with Interest
thereon at rate oftentimper cent, per an
num from May 7th, A. D. 1894.
Tn at Ufv from the nroceeds Of Rale Of all
property as herein directed, the sum of
vweuty-slx S3-100 dollars (M.53) costs herein
with Interest thereon from the ithdayof
May. A. D. ISiH. together with accruing costs
according to a Judgment rendered by the dis
trict court or said Douglas county. "
term, A. D. 18W. in a certain action then and
there pending, wherein The Mutua Invest
ment Company was plaintiff, and Irauk Is..
Omaha, Nebraska, September 17, 14.
CHARLES V. MILES.
Special Master Commissioner.
Tiffany & Vlnsonhaler. attorneys.
Mutual Investment Co. vs. McDonald.
Doc4J. No. Hi. -Sl-
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Notice to Son-Kesldent Defendant.
In the District Court of Douglas county.
Marlon Cunningham vs.jonn uunmngnam.
To John Cunningham, non-resident de
fendant: You are hereby notified that on
the Uth day of September, 14, Marlon Cun
nlngham.the plalntitl. tiled her petition In the
District court or iiouginacouniy. urii.
against you, praying for a divorce from you
on the ground that you have wilfully aoan-
doned her. the ulHlntllf, without a gooa
cause for the term of two years last past.
You are required to answer mis pennon on
or before Monday, the ind day of October,
law- ... ....
Dated at Omaha, NeDrasKa, eepienioer ora,
" MARION CUNNINGHAM,
By J.T. Patch, attorney for plaintiff, 9-14-4
Sotlce to Son-Resident Defendant.
In the district courtof Douglas county. Ne
braska, The. Mutual Investment Co., plain
tiff, vs. Jacob Myers, defendant.
To James F. Forster and W. II. Stewart,
non-resident defendant :
You are hereby notified that on the 2ith
day of August. MM. The Mutuel Investment
Co.. plaintiff herein, meu ineir puni-iuii ,u
the above entitled cause, In the district
court of Douglas county. Nebraska, against
Jacob Myers, et al the object and prayer of
which Is to foreclose a certain niortaage
o.afi.iiul nn th 'Jnth dav of June, 18!'2. by
Jacob Myers upon the property described as
follows: liOt inree wi. uiih-r inn. i
Forest addlt nn to the city or umana, ixiiig-
luu fnnnlv. NVIiraska. lot two (2). in block
two (2. Vandcrcook Terrace, to cure the
payment of a certain promissory note for the
sum nf three hundred dollars (&MH0I due
n.v. i .n T in Mutual investment to,
that there la now due and payable on said
note the sum of twonty-sev n dollars and
thirty-three cent if2T.3:ii with Interest at the
rmfti.niliii iut pent, ner nunum f'om the
Istday of June, ls'.a. for which sum, with in
terest. plalntllT prays for a decree that the
defendant pay the same, and that In default
of such payment sam premises may u omu
, t. uru tnn nmnuni. itiuuu uue,
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 2ilth dny of November. IW4.
Dated at Umana nenrssKa. iirrnncr . ifi-f
MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO.,
By Tiffany & Vlnsonhaler and W. H. Russell
attorneys for plaintiff. 10-5-4
Notice to Non-Kesldent Defendant.
In the district court of Douglnscounty. Ne
braska. John Wooiirord.piainmi.vs. iiernuan
S. Wallace, defendant.
To llermlan S. Wallace, non-resident de
V'ou ure hereby notified that on the 20th
day of August. 18'.4. John Woodford, plaintiff
ln.reln. tiled Ills netitlonin the above emit led
cause. In the district court of Douglas
rmmt v Nehraska. airalnst ilermian S. al-
liiCe, the Object anu prayer oi mini is to
foreclose a certain mortgage exevuieu on me
Uth day of January, 1SW3, by nermian . Wal
lace upon the property described as follows:
Lots Hfteen (l.. sixteen (ill), block two (2).
Ames' 1'lace addition to Omaha, to secure
the payment of a certain promissory note,
for Die sum of four hundred, fifty dollars
(HoO.OOIdue and payable to The Mutual In
vestment CO., that mere is now hub anu pay
able on said note the sum of four hundred,
fifty dollars tJ4.Vl.00) with interest at the rate
of eight (81 per cent, per annum from the 1st
dav of .lanuarv. 181. for which sum. with In
terest from 1st, 18i. plaintiff prays
for a decree that the defendant pay the
same, and that In default of such payment
said nremlses may be sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 2tith dav of November, inh
Dated at Omaha. Nebraska. October 4, Ism
By Tiffany Vlnsonhaler and W. H. Russe'l
attorneys for piaintin. w-o
Notice to Non-Resident Defendant.
Inthedlstrlct courtof IViuglas county, Ne
braska. Caleb J Camp, plaintiff, vs Joseph
M. Hamilton, et al defendants.
To Joseph M. IIi..'.!u,ii ud Ar.-.aa-a liar.;
Ilton. non-resident defendants:
You are hereby notified that on the 22nd
day of August, 1S94 Caleb J. Camp, plaintiff
herein, Bled his petition In the above entitled
cause. In the district court of Douglas
count. Nebraska, airalnst JoseDb M. Hamil
ton, et al.. the object and prayer of which Is
to foreclose a certain mortgage executeo on
the 5th day or June. lsw. by josepn i. n mu
ll ton and Amanda Hamilton upon the pmu
ertv described as follows: Lot five (5). block
one (1), Bedford Place addition to the city of
Omaha, to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note fcr the sum of eight hun
dred dollars (JsOO.OO) due and payable June
1st. lwW: tht there Is now due and payable
nn said note the sum of ele t hundred dol
lars (J8C0.P0) with Interest at the rate of elsht
(8) per cent, per annum rrom tne 1st day or
June. 18!2. for which sum with Interest from
1st of June. lse. nlalntlff Drays for a decree
that the defendant pay the same, and that
In default of such payment said premises
may be sold to satisry tue amount touna aue.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 2Hth day of November, 18'14.
Dated at Omaha, neorasiea. octooer . issh.
LAUi-.b J. t ft Jll'.
By Tiffany A Vlnsonhaler and W. 11. Kussell,
attorneys tor piaiuuu. iv--i
Excursion i3 Texas
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Notice to on-Kesldcut Defendant.
In the district court of !ouglas county. Ne-
bra-ka. Zacliary Eddy, plaintiff, vs. Carrie
r- lorn, ri ai., ,o " iiu uuu.
To Edward U.Lewis, non-resident defen
Y ou are herehr notified that on the Uth
day of Septomtwr. 1?M, Z.arbary Eddy, plain
tiff herein, tiled bis petition In the above en
titled cause, in the district court of Douglas
county. Nebraska, against Carrie I'. Allen,
et al., the object and prayer of which Is to
rorcltwe a certain mortgage executea on me
17th dav of Auril. Ml. bv Carrie I'. Allen and
Harry H. Alien upon the property descrllwd
as follows: Lot shlrteen tU) In Cherry Gar
den, in the city of Omaha. Douglas county,
Nebraska, to secure the payment of a certain
Sromlssory note for the sum of two thousand
ollarsi&.OOU.UOidue and payable to The Mu
tual Investment Co that there Is now due
and payable on sain note the sum of two
thousand dollars t&f.QUO.UO) with Interest at
the rate of eight K) percent, per annum from
he 1st nay of May, ls3. for wnicn sum. wun
Interest from the 1st of May. lsWi. plaintiff
prays for a decree that the defendant pay
the same, and that In default of such pay
ment said premises may be sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are reoulred to answer said petition
on or before the 2tsth day of November, lrt'4.
fated at Omana, aetiraska. October 4. inv.
By Tiffany & Vlnsonhaler and W. H. Russell,
attorneys for planum. ju-o-
Special Master Commissioner's Sale.
Ilndor and bv virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortgage issued out
of the district court for Iouglas county, Ne
braska, and to me directed. I will, on tne mn
day tf November. A. D. 1MU, at 1 o'clock P.
u. of said dav. at the north front door of the
county court house. In the city of Omaha,
Douglas county, Nebraska, sell at public
auction to the highest muaer for casn, me
property described lu said order of saie as
ollows, to-wit: ,
Lots one (II and two CI) Barker's sub
division. In section thirty-four CM), township
Hfteen (15) north, range thirteen (i.i) east oi
the 6th P. M. In Douglas county, Nebraska.
Said property to be sold to satisry ine
rilmn Savlnim Hank the sum of one hundred
sixty-three and H3-100 dollars (Jltki.lW with
Interest at ten (10) per cent, per annum from
September 18, 1MI3, together with cots of suit
and accruing costs accoruing w a juukiucih
rendered by the district court of said Doug-
as county, at Its septmoer inn, a. u. wi,
n a certain action then and there pending,
wherein The Dime Savlnirs Bank was plain
tiff. John Haley, et al., were defendants.
Omaha, Nebraska. October o, im.
BENJAMIN F. THOMAS,
Special Master Commissioner.
James B. Melkle, attorney. 10-5-5
Dime Savings Hank vs. Haley, imc. as. no. iuv.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
The nartnershlD heretofore existing be
tween John A. Kramer and David Snyder,
under the Arm name or Kramer & snyoer,
and doing business at Forty-second street
and Redmond avenue. In the city of Omaha,
Douglas county, Nebraska, Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. .,,
A. Bevlns. attorney. D-14-4
A Solid Town
FORT SMITH, ARK.
v hrb r,.ii,irp In mi '03 or '04. Grows
In spit of depression or naro times, ror
peculiar reason and circumstances a resi
dent of Knrt. Smith desires to exchange a
good residence and business houst m corner
lots, facing eacn otner nve uiucks ioiu bus
iness street, one block from the Hi ;st school
in the state; on streetcar line; vater and
sewer connection; cottage plu nix I for gas;
new coitnire. 5 rooms. Clean anu ncwiy
painted; store mom on corner 20x50 fect,
with three rooms itixin; wen anu nw;r tuu
nct ion i one 15x3' butcher sIiod. Here Is
bargain for a man who wants a borne and
good business stand Price 8S.OH0. For par
ticulars call on or write Hahky H. Uindb,
405-6 80" Main street, Kansts t'lty, Juo.
Store occupied, doing a good business.
IS NEXT TO GODLINESS,
Wa Cannot Wash Your Souls,
But We can Make Linen White as Snow.
1110-1112 - DODGE - ST.
Telephone 628. Secretary and Mgr.
Suits Made to Order.
Guarantees a perfect fit In all cases. Cloth
ing cleaned dyed and remodeled.
2107 Cuming St., OMAHA.
H. K. BURKET,
Office removed from 113 North'. I .
1618 Chicago Street
Telephone 00. -: OMAHA, NEB
Powders never falL
Mff tnd rare (aiter tailing
wilt T.ofr imI l'tnnrroTJ run). p,mcuinna.
1. tt- X. IIU, uses dt. uawm. aum.
We are Catholics first and citizens
next. Bishop Gilnwre.
You need a strong, durable Shoe
for School. AVe have
Boys' School Shoes, lace...
Youth's School Shoes, lace ... i$limiJ
Child's Kangaroo Calf. Spring Qf "f
Misses' Kangaroo Calf, Spring $ji(,00
chlu:l.G.. i. so
Misses' Beal Coat, Spring '',00
Misses' Dongola, Patent Tip. (f
Spring Heel atil.35 to JJ
You will Get Good
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103 So. 15th Street,
Builders' Hardware, Cutlery
-TRY US ONCE FOR LUCK.
1404 Douglas St. Telephone
Best Goods In the market.
Children's and Boys' Shoes at same Reduction for CASH, for SO Days
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AND TRAVELING BAGS. REPAIRING DONE.
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You Can't get too Much of a
Among a thousand other good things at
THS FSOFLS'S BIG STOKG
Is the FAMOUS EXCELSIOR PATENT FLOUR. Its praise
is sung in thousands of homes in Omaha. We have a car-load
on the way all the time; yet we can hardly supply the demand.
One barrel of Excelsior will make $10.00 worth of delicious white
bread. Our price per sack of 50 pounds is $1.05.
OUR COFFEE IS
Crushed Java and Mocha per lb 17c
No. 3 Kio 22c
No. 2 Rio -25c
NEW CROP TEAS.
In spite of the fact that the JAPS AND CHINESE are too
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B. F. Japan, per lb.
S. D. Japan " . . .
Gun Powder " . . .
Young Hyson" ...
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33c 43c 48c 68c
W. R. BENNETT CO..
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Teeth gitractsd In tn morning and Maw
Sat mad tha lima Oar.
Teolli Eitractei flout Pain for 25c.
DR. WITHERS, Dentist,
Foarth Floor Broaa Blk., 16th sad DosgUa,
M. O. MAUL.
Successor to Dreiel k Maul.
Undei taker and Embalmer
1417 FA UN AM ST.
Tel. 225. OMAHA. NEB.
Omaha Express and Delivery Co.
Moving and Light Express Work
Trunk and Parcal Dativary.
Household Goods Packed. 8tored and Shipped
Office, 310 North 16th Streat. Branch office,
N. E. Cor. 2Uth and Lake Streets. Tele
phone 1575. PK1CES KKASONABLk.
J. L. TL'KNEY.
V Piano Moving a Specialty. Manager
CHRIST. HAM AN
WatrtuMer and Jeweler,
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialti
512 South 16 Street
C. W. BAKER,
Formerly with M. O. Maul.l
013 80Uth 10th St., OMAHA.
LADY ASSISTANT FURNISHED.
279. OMAHA. NEB
jTI"-' .rS"- TEETH
SHOES m BOOTS
of all Kinds for the Next 30 Days,
LADIES SHOES worth tfi.00 will go at 13.75
BUY YOUR TRUNKS
WHERE THEY ARE MADE AND
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
C. H. FORBY,
Golden Rio 28c
Best Java and Mocha, 35c, 3 lbs for..$l
Ceylon 43c 48c 68c 88c
Oolong 33c 43c 48c 68c 88c
Our Special Blend Tea 48c
Tea Dust 13c and 15c
1502-12 Capitol Avenue
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