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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1895)
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Tb Ch leapt ministers' meetlnjr A
2, 1$4, appointed aeotniriitteU Inv
the twite's attention to the fact
our ProteaUnt brethren la tbe repuhllc
of Teru. Ecuador and NoMrla labor
under opprewlve disabilities that affect
not only tba profession or weir ibivd
. it a .
and public worship of Hod twroing
lie dictates of their conelence, t
also their oWll and Inalienable right
e legally married without bolnj com
pelled to forswear their re llglous con
viction and to respectfully and ear
neatly request him to secure for these
rrottanU "the same liberty of con
elcnee that U erjoyed by 1 toman
Catholic cltUens of thli country." Two
ettera were written Archbishop Ire
land by KcniVn of the committee, each
containing a stamp d invelope ad
drmsod to the writer, asking him If he
would have tbe iroodness to brlnjr thli
action to the notice of Monslgnor
Satolll, apostolic delegate of the pope
to the United State. To none of these
letter did Archbishop Ireland reply.
A aecond communication was tent to
Wonilfc-nor Satolll, and In reply to It he
Mid: "The enclosed copy of the en
cyclical letter of our holy father it, I
think, the moot fitting reply I can
make." The reply not belnjf satis
factory to the committee, It was then
deemed wise to communicate directly
with the pope himself. Two registered
letters, signed by all the members of
the committee, were sent to Leo XIII.
one day last August, the other In the
closing days of December. To none of
these letters did Pope Leo reply. April
22, 1895, a registered letter was ad
dressed to Cardinal Gibbons, in Daltl
niore. To this his eminence did not
reply. May 20 second registered
letter was addressed to Cardinal Gib
bons In Rome, in care of Pope Leo
XIII. To this his emlnenoe has seen
fit to reply as follows:
ROMS. June 14, 1895.-Mr. John Lee
Dear Sir: In reply to your lavor of
the 20th ult, I beg to say that some
days siro I referred the matter of the
disabilities of Protestants In Peru.
Ecuador and Bolivia to the cardinal
secretary of state. Ills emlnenoe now
writes me as follows:
"The letter written to your emlnenoe
by Mr. Loe, of Chicago, has referenoe
to a state of things solely dependent
upon the civil laws In force In the re
publics of Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia.
Nevertheless, as your emlnenoe has
been pleased to communicate to me the
said letter, I have written to the
apostollo delepate In the above named
republics to obtain precise Information
concerning the laws which affect the
condition of Protestants there as re
.i. Knth ihn nvnro.lHn of their relldon
ni thA nnlAhntton of marriage. In
wi.....t.aHnrT fkla in vnnr eminence.
j .Li 1 1 1 u v i v.. k " pt ...... j '
ml talrlnn It iinnn mvfnlf to call t' 6
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attention o( the holy ee to the lufor-
I 1 J . I .1 J as(a
Will IOUU L tlU, pvw,
Availing myself of the opportunity to
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tenaer vou my dob um
welfare, I am, dear sir, yours sincerely
In Christ, J. Cardinal Gihhons.
It Is thus made manifest that there Is
anostal communication between Chi
cago and Home, whatever may have
been the delays between Chicago and
Rl Paul where Archbishop Ireland
lives, and Baltimore, where Cardinal
Gibbons receives his mall. The whole
world l fast becoming a vicinage. The
something that drops on one side of the
globe jars the whole sphere. Rome
apparently once had the universe In Its
pocket, but civilization rebelled, ana
men have rewlvr d that their brethren
in all lands sha'l "have a fair chance."
This tardy reply to the protest of the
Chicago ministers' meeting emphasizes
the Urdlnesa involved. We are our
' brother's keeper, and when he is op-
Dressed all men are bound to cnauenge
the wroptr. We are glad that this
Chicago protest was made, and that the
direct apoeal to the pope has been
pressed. We gather courage from the
fact that tbe head of the Romish
Church has seen fit to reply through
bis secretary or rather that he sees
tht he could not afford to omit a reply.
The world has become like a city in
which one ward cannot be indifferent
to the sanitary condition of the other
wards. Disease terms know no geog
rauhv. Thev sIoddIv co where they
1 tf w -
choose to mlcrrate. Oppression In South
America is a menace to liberty In all
lands. Chicago would fall in its bounden
duty should it neglect ita brethren in
the southern cart of this western con
tinent. The Monroe doctrine obtains
in theolocrv and Dractlcal rellsrlon.
The nor a must hold a trentler reign on
distant peoples than his predecessors
have held. It Is not sufficient to Bay,
as the pope's cardinal secretary of state
suggests, that "the state of things in
the republics of Ecuador, Peru and
Bolivia are dependent solely upon the
civil laws in force there." It is well
understood that laws there in force are
shaped to please the dominant church.
Rome can secure in South America
and other papal states whatever law it
pleases. We are more than gratified
by the outcome of this correspondence
Northwestern Christian Advocate.
In commenting on this same matter,
the Chicago Infer Ocean says:
"At the time this country became a
nation, bigotry and intolerance held
sway throughout nearly the entire
world. Outside of the United States
no considerable country enjoyed gen
nine religious liberty. Japan and
China had cast out the Christian mis
slonarle8. Islamlsm had carved its
way with the sword from the Bosporus
to the heart of India, and almost to
Central Africa. Catholics and Protes
tant were filled with tbe plrlt of per
secution. But the United fevaUts, from
the very dlveraity of Its religion, was
compelled to be tolerant, and what be
gan a a noemwity developed Into a
principle. Toleration became dlntlno-
lively an Amerlcanlm. It spread, and
gained more and more recognition, un
til persecution ha very nearly perished
from the face of the earth. It 1 a
striking- Instance of tbe general truth
underlying the remark made to the
fair Jew-lea about bow far the tar of a
ood deed cast 1U beams In this
"It would seem, from reports that
come from the thre South American
republics of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador,
that tbe old medla-val spirit of perse
cution still linger in all that region
skirting the Pacific coast from Colombia
to Chill. Cut off from the progressive
plrlt of the age, the idea of three or
four centuries ago (till prevail. If one
wants to ee the French of the old
regime, one must visit the Province of
Quebec; so, if one would see the Span-
lards of the old days, one must visit
Spanish America, and not too far north
or south, for Mexico has caught the
plrlt of the United States, and the
Chilians are the Yankees of the south
temperate zone; but between the two
lies a long, narrow stretch of country,
inhabited by a people In whose lexicon
there is no such word as toleration.
"That America should furnish the
especial exception to this great Ameri
can doctrine makes it tbe moral duty
of our people to exert as potent an in
fluence as possible in favor of reform
herein in those three countries. Of
course, It Is not a matter for diplomacy,
but for moral suasion. Under the laws
of those countries, Protestants are
denied the rleht of public worship In
accordance with their conscience, and
cannot be legally married without for
swearing their religious convictions
and formally accepting the Roman
Catholic faith. This Is medievalism,
albeit of a mild form as compared with
the fagot, the thumb-screw, the auto-
de-fo and the general cruelty of the
davs of the inquisition; but still it is
abhorrent to the spirit that now pre
vails in other civilized countries, Cath
olic and Protestant.
"The Methodists of Chicago, under
the lead of Kov. John Lee, have taken
the initiative in trying to bring about
reform in the laws of those countries.
After repeated efforts to reach the
Vatican, success nai attained, thanks
to the cardinal secretary of state at the
Vatican. Archbishop Ireland, Mon
si irnore Satolll and Cardinal Gibbons
were eaoh appealed to by letter, and
paid no heed to the matter; but finally
the cardinal secretary was reached by
mall, and he promised that an effort
should be made to secure the influence
of the clergy of those countries in favor
of the desired reform. They could
bring It about, if bo disposed, and per
haps if told from the Vatican that the
survival of medievalism In South
America was a disgrace to the church
and harmful to the cause of religion,
they would bestir themselves. Certain
it is that the effort which has been
made by Mr. Lee and the Chicago
Methodists, and seconded promptly by
the cardinal secretary of state at Home,
deserves to be commended, and, if nec
essary, be tikeu up and urged gen
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brought to bank.
The fishing waters are so extensive
and so accessible that it is really not
even necessary to go to the trouble of
making preliminary enquiries about
them. Just purchase a round-trip
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after arrival in the hard of one or the
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CITY AND STATE.
The harvest of candidates Is equal to
that of former year In D mgla county.
Article of incorporation of the
Wlthnell Bro. & Smith Co. have been
file 1 with the county clerk. Thlscom
pany I the largest brisk manufacturer
la the city.
Judre Scott addressed the South
SiH Rnuhl leans at National ha
snntnir. The meetlnir
the largest held this year and enthu
siasm was at trie "top noven.-
Deputy City Clerk Ilolbrook 1 tak
ing an outing among the lake of Min
nesota this week. He will, no doubt,
return with "something new" in "fish
stories" about September ltt.
Owing to the serious illness of a little
son of Hon. J. M. Macfarland, who was
to address th Second Ward Republi
can Club. Wednesday evening, the
meeting was postponed for one week.
Write to J. Francis, Omaha, Neb.,
for beautifully illustrated pamphlets
descriptive of the health and pleasure
resorts of Colorado, and the Black
Hills region of South Dakota. Free.
Mr. Frank B. Cooper, of Des Moines,
who was elected superintendent of the
Omaha school, has refused to accept
the position. The question of selecting
another man for the place will come up
again at a future meeting.
As a matter of precaution it is sug
gested that E. Rosewater purchase a
bottle of "Howard's Pain Cure" to re
lieve the mental pain caused by read-
lnir a report of one of Judge bcott s
Another supposed incendiary fire oo
curred at Sheely Station Thursday
night. The building said to have been
the headauarters of the "seceding
faction" of the Polish criurcn was
totally destroyed, along with some ad
Colonel Howard, of Howard Medicine
Co., 1820 St. Mary's avenue, this city,
has been doing some extensive adver
tising in this city and Council Bluffs,
la., and the superior quality of "How
ard's Face Bleach," "Cream of Roses"
and "Cholera and Diarrhnea Remedy"
are becoming known to every house
hold. Having sold my entire stock of under
taking goods to Mr. N. J. Weyrlch,
whn will continue tba business at tbe
old stand, 613 South Sixteenth street, I
thank the public for the patronage ex
tended to me, ana Despean lor mr. wey
rlch a large share of the business of
this nltv. ss he la a competent and
practical undertaker. All business In
trusted to him win receive pronim. auu
courteous attention. C. W. Baker.
Madam nowell eave a lecture on
"The art of cultivation of Health and
Beauty" to the ladles. In the First Bap
tist church, Council Bluffs, last Tues
Aav mhiAh wa lurffplv attended by the
elite of our sister city. In speaking of
tha a i-l nin nrenar&tions for beautlfv-
inir the comnlexlon, she laid special
the irood Dualities of "How
ard's Face Bleach" and "Cream of
nnuio whlnn ahn nmnhatlcallv de
clared' was tbe best preparation on the
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A. V. A.
Council No. 1 of the A. P. A. meets
every Monday night, in Metropolitan
hall, Fourteenth and Dodge. Visiting
members always welcome.
The Roman Catholic Chicago World,
Archbishop Feehan's official organ
editorially declares that Mayor Swift
was "under a solemn pledge" not to
rennove Democrats (Roman Catholics)
from office after he was elected. Rome
saw the handwriting on the wall, went
and secured pledges from Swift, and
now claims that she gave him "o,WU
Democratic Roman! votes." And this
la nVitf t All Tinman riVad-hnat nollceman.
formerly discharged lor cause, were re
instated! Americans, awaitei xAuvriy.
lor livery, 17th
and St. Marys Ave
Eat Dyball's Candies, 1518 Douglas
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Chicago. 111.. May 15. 18M.Kor a great
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mer complaint, It growing worse every
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A N'ovel Scheme.
Green Bay A. P. A.'s are determined
to make the residents of that Rome
ruled city familiar with the cabalistic
letters of the association. On the side
walks of several streets loading to their
Voii thov nav rainted facsimiles of
footprints, io the center of which are
the largo letters A. P. A. In every
case the too of the footprints points in
the direction of the place of meeting,
and by following these silent guide:
the stranger can find the ball without
trouble. Our Green Bay friends are to
be congratulated on their stamina and
enterprise. Michigan FatnoU
A a Evidence,
The mobbing of Colonel Durgan,
editor of the Sumpter Frteman, for no
other reason than his noble stand for
tbe right of the negro, Is an evidence
that South Carolina ba not yet filled
up the cup of her hame and disgrace.
If tbe foreign hoodlums of the north
nd the native savage) of the south
could only be packed off together to
some far-off Island of the sea, it would
be a wonderful gain to the country, and
if in their place of exile they should
act over again the story of the Kil
kenny cats it would be a distinct gain
to the world at large Woman I oiee
J. Henderson. 316 N. Sixteenth treet
Umbrellas covered and repaired.
When down town drop in at Joht
Rudd's nd leave your watch, if it is ou
of repair, to be fixed. 317 north 16 St.
Protect the Game and Ftxh.
Shoot or fish only in the proper season
and escape the game warden by ob
serving the laws. Many states have
new game and fish laws this year, and
If you don't know them, send five 2o
stamps for a copy of tbe Game Law
Issue of The American FUld, 255 State
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32nd tnd Half-Howard St.,
CHRIST. HAM AN.
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612 South 16 Street.
G. W. GILBERT,
Storm Doors and 8ah.
1807 St. Uary'B Ave., OMAHA, NEB.
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Successor to Drexel & Maul.
Undei taker and Embalmer
1417 FARNAM ST.
Tel. 225. OMAHA. NEB.
Suits Made to Order.
Guarantees a nerfect fit In all cases. Cloth
ng cleaned dyed and remodeled.
2107 Cuming St, OMAHA.
H. K. BURKET,
Office removed from 113 North 16th street to
1618 Chicago Street.
Telephone 90. -:- OMAHA, NEB
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as a suitable place In which to hold
Picnics, Day and Evening Parties,
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Special Master Commissioner's Sale.
Trader and bv virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortgage Issued out
of the district court for Douglas county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will, on tbe
lltth day of August, A. u. lmfc, at ten o clock
m. of said day, at tbe nortn front door or
the county court bouse, In the city or
Km ah a, Douglas county. Nebraska, sell at
nubile auction to the highest bidder for
cash, the property described In said order of
sale as ioiiows, io-wit:
Lot twenty-six (2. in block fourteen (14) of
Orchard Hill, an addition to the city of Om
aha. Douglas county. Nebraska: said prop
erty to be sold to satisfy Jennie 8. Scott the
sum of siiteeo hundred, thirteen and 09-1(10
iBl.Aia.0Bt Dollars with usn (1(11 per cent Inter
est per annum from May 8, 1WI5, and thirty
eight and M 1(0 (38.43) Dollars costs together
with accruing costs according to a judgment
rendered by the district court of said Doug
las county, ai its nay wrm, a. u. icb-i,
In a certain action then and there penaing,
wherein Jennie . Scott was plalntlrr and
Joseph D. Wampler.et al wered' fendants.
Omaha, weDrasKa, .luiynin. iwo.
GEORGE E. TUKK1NGTON.
Kiwclal Master Commissioner.
John W. Ly tie, attorney. 7-12 5
Special Master Commissioner's Sale,
finder and bv virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortitaxe if sued out
of the district court ror itoujiias county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will, on the 12th
day of August, A. I). 1M, at 10 o'clock A. m.
of said day, at the north front door of the
ennnt v po irt house, in the city of Omaha,
Uouitlas couniy. nBura, su at uuum;
auction to the highest bidder for cash, the
property described In said order of sale as
Lot Seven (7) in oiock fourteen (I4i in urns
ha View, an addition to the city of Omaha,
Douglas county, Nebraska, to be appraised.
uiU-MPtUprl and sold as follows, to-wlt.: The
west one-half or saia lot seven 0) in oiock i
fnnrtmn (Ui in Omaha View above described;
said property to be sold to satisfy Nebraska
irfian ana mmuing assiiciHiiuH umiuiui
herein, the sum o One Hundred Eighty-seven
and 30-100 (ilH" 31)) dollars with Interest
thereon at rate of eight (H per cent per
annum from Eebruiry ftth, 1W5; I
To sattsry peorasxa ioan ana nuuinng
AnHoeiatinn. nlalntltT herein, the further
sum of Three Hundred Seventy-ihree and
lU-NIO (Siia.l.f) nonars wun interest uiereon
at rate of eight. (8) per cent per annum from
February ftth, 18'.').
Ttin east, hi If of said lot seven (?) in block
fourteen (14) in Omar, a Vie w above described :
To satisfy sucn sum li any as may remain
unsatisfied of said sum of S1M.30 with Inter
est thereon at eight (Hi per cent per annum
from February ftth, !'., anove aescrioeu al
ter the application of the proceeds of sale of
west h tlf of said lot seven (7) as herein above
ordered; . .
To satisfy HeorasKa ixian anu nuiiumx
Association, plaintiff herein, the sura of One
li jTLliril ,4W7 "Hi
tiunureu r.inin jr-c?u
w.iiura with Internal thereon at rate of
eight (Si per cent per annum from February
h. MSB; . . . ,
To satlsfythe sum or f orty ana i iuuihmo;
Dollars costs herein, together with accruing
costs according to a judgment rendered by
the district court or saia uoucias coumy, at
its February term, A. 1). WI6, in a certain
action then and there penaing, wnerem nt
brasko Loan and Building Association was
plaintiff and Jessie F. lsbell and others were
Omaha, Nebraska. July ntn. i.
GEO. W. PoYNTON,
Special Master Commissioner.
James W.Tarr, Attorney.
Nebraska Loan and Building Association vs
Jessie F. lsbell, et al.
Doc. 46; No. M. i-iz-o
new set made the same dav. Teeth extracted
without pain. OR. WITHERS, Dentist, fourth
floor, brown Blk., 10th & Douglas, omn, N
WANTED Situation is watchman or
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To Edmund T Allen and Mrs. Allen, first
and real name unknown, his wife:
Please take notice that on the 24th day of
May, 1MI5, William O. Saunders, plaintiff
herein, filed his petition in the district court,
Douglas cjunty. Nebraska, against Edmund
T. Allen, Mrs. Allen, first and real name un
known, his wife, John T. Kogers, Frances
Rogers, his wife. Mutual Investment Com
pany, Omaha, Nebraska, and Omaha Belt
Railway Company, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed by the defendants, John T. Kogers
and Frances Kogers, his wife, to the Mutual
Investment Con pany, and by it assigned to
the plaintiff, upon the following described
real estate, situated lnDouglas county, Ne
braska, towlt: The south one-half of the
west seven and S6-KK) (7 fttl-100) acres of the
south eighteen a d 6-1(10 (18 6-100) acres
of tbe south one-half of the northwest
quarter of section 20, township 15, range
13 east of the sixth principal meridian,
which said real estate is more definitely
described as follows: Commencing at a
point thirty-three (Si) feet east of the south
west corner of tbe northwest quarter of sec
tion 20, township 15, range 13, thence west 148
1-10 feet, thence enst 1,131 feet parallel to tbe
one-half section line, thence south 148 1-10
feet to the one-balf section line, thence west
1.131 feet, said mortgage was given to secure
the payment of one certain promissory note
dated August 11th. lMW, for the sum of
twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500) dollars,
and there has been a default In the payment
of interest, and there is now due thereon the
sum of twenty-five hundred (12,500) dollars,
with I tit re-1 at the rate of seven (7) per cent,
per annum from March 1st, 1K04. and Interest
on one coupon of l7.50 from September 1st,
WM, at the rate of 10 per cent per aunutn, to
gether with the sum of $24" 18 taxes paid by
the plaintiff upon said real estate, with In
terest on said sum from May 23rd, 1895. at the
rate of 7 per cent, per aouutn; said taxes so
paid by the plaintiff being the city taxes for
the years 181)3 and 181)4. and the state and
county taxes for 1894. HlaintllT prays for a
aecree that the aerenaants may oe requirea
to pay the same or that said premises may
be sold to satisfy the amount found due and
that the defendants and each of them may
be barred and foreclosed from any right,
title or Interest therein.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 12th day of August, ls'JS.
July 3d. 18!)".
WILLIAM O. SAUNDERS. Plaintiff.
By Saunders, Macfarland & Dickey, his at-
To Charles Powell and Mrs. Powell, first
and real name unknown, his wife:
You will please take notice thaton the 3rd
day of July. 1895, Walter E. Keeler. plaintiff
herein, filed his petition In the district court
of Douglas county, Nebraska, against
Charles Powell and Mrs Powell, first
and real name unknown, bis wife, the object
and prayei of which are to foreclose certain
tax certificates dtted Novemcer 12th, 1891,
and covering lots 1, 2. 3. 4 and 5, In block 3,
Cote Brilllante Addition to the city of
Omaha, Douglas county, Nebraska; that
there Is now due thereon, upon said certifi
cate, and taxes paid thereunder, the sum of
$55.00. for which sum, with interest from this
ate, plaintiff prays for a decree that the de
fendants may be required to pay the same,
or that said premises may be sold to satisfy
the amount found due, and that the defend
ants be forever barred from claln lug any
Interest in the aforesaid real estate.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 12th day of August, 1895,
Dated July 3rd, 1895.
WALTER E. KEELER, Plaintiff.
By Saunders, Macfarland & Dickey, His At
torneys. 7 5-4
Notice to Son-Resident Defendant.
To Joshua Stowman and Mrs. Stowman ,
firt and real nan e unknown, his wife:
Please take notice that on the 5th day of
July, 1895, Philip L. Johnson, plaintiff herein
filed his petition In the District court of
Douglas county, Nebraska, against Joshua
Stowman and Mrs. Stowman. first and real
name unknown, his wife, tbe object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain
tax certificate dated November 15th. 1892,
and covering lot 17, block 158. in tbe town of
Florence, Douglas county, Nebraska; that
there is now due upon said certificate the
sum of ild.OO, for which sum, with interest
and all costs, plaintiff prays for a decree
that tbe defendant be required to pay the
same, or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy the au ount found due.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 2(ith day of August, 1895.
Dated July 19th. Is95.
PHILIP L. JOHNSON, Plaintiff.
By Saunders, Macfarland & Dickey, his at
8 bars Bennett's Bargain Soap.
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