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Cutliolli. hi'nce I lira not lwy In
rMMl favor with mme short-lK'it,,l
I'orlexliinli who think their Ultil.t an!
elisions exercises nhoultt lie In tl
public schools. However, a I lnllevrt
the greatest danger to our llbnl
from Homnnlsm and Jesuit Uni, 1 p.ui
The difference In my mind between
Protestant and Catholic Is not In the
honesty of purpose of pit her ti much
ax In tho organlntlon of their respec
tive churches. The Protestant chiifh
In an erlesslnstleal ropiilillr. In which
the preachers are responsible to tho
members of their church aul must.
In a way. reflect the sentiment of
their people. Whereas, the Catholic, advantage.
he hit ever no liberal, can have little
or no Influence on the policy of h's
church, as the priest Is not responsl
hle to his people, but to a, foreign
power across the sea: so that a Cnth-
olle who becomes lihernllaed (civil
ized. I call It) has either to leave the
church or keen his mouth shut. o
you see, Mr. Editor, that as I am a
believer In democracy I must he op
posed to any form of rule In which
tho people have no voice, and while
laymen, my opposition to the eccles
iastical despotism that claims him for
Its own, ls"flxed as fate and relentless
as death." Yours very truly.
W. 0. P.
IIITT, 111., Jan. 3. The American:
I regret to have to say, discontinue
THE CPDSTKY B ARUZE
(OwiUu'wd 1rr.ni !' I )
hm the serpent's; will woolly swallow
If some of the bet commentators
on the Thirteenth of Revelation a'
correct, and everything Just nrw Is
falling Into line In that direction.
It dora not take a very great prophet I , wiW no , honl or w1,i nare
to draw conclusions as to about wnere
we. n s nation, will toe up along the
line of prophecy. It is said we are
stftWinK alone In the Hue of prophecy
here In America, fiod In III window
certainly saw this great nation, so dif
ferent from all other powers that ever
anise. Hut now, can It possible that
we, (Jreat America, shall walk Into the
great Godlike drama as the two-horned
beaut of Revelations 13:11-5, "And
I beheld another beast coming up out
or tha earth, and he had two horns
like a lamb. "Some of the able commen
tators produce some of the most stu
pendous proofs, that America Is with
out doubt the two-horned beast, and
has been In Its lamb-like state, which
lit now at an end. The rise of the
beast, or power, out of the earth. Is
different from all other political pow
ers, or beasts namel In tha Itlble.
Revelations 13:11: "And I beheld
another beast coming up out of the
eajth;" not out of the sea, or from
among the people, aa all other nations
rose, but out of the earth, or wil
derness, America grew, certainly like
a Iamb, compared to other powers on
"And he spoke as a dragon." To
act In a spiritual sense, Is to ni'f.k.
Has not Cleveland's and MAInWr.
actions spoken to our American hearts
like a dragon?. The most nhlo mm
mentators of modern times agreo 'hut
Revelntlons.lSChap.. rives by pplrltual
prophetic illustrations, the oontempt
ableness that embodies the Roman
octopus in part, and some of them
Have taken up the lamb-like beast
with very able argument and proofs,
and set forth that America is actually
the two-horned hpast. that she is now
fall'nx into the clutches ol Rome.
Revelations, 13th, 1st: "And I
stood upon the sand of the sea and
aaw a beast rise up out of the sea hav
ing seven heads and ten horns, and
upon his horns ten crowns and upon
Is heads the name of blasphemy."
Uesd the word.
The two-horned lamb-like benst
America, is falling into the clutches
nf the old venomous octopus. In this
age of the world could this be expected?
Ia it possible? It sounds like a night
mare a horrible dream. It nlnio-t
bereftB a true American of natural
reason, and Is enough to mak his
heart's blood gush form. V"' I -t n.-
tell you, in thunder tones, that the
signs of the times, Just now. point,
most dangerously close, and fearfully
and exceedingly near to this, that
America is falling Into the clutchea r t
Rome aa fast as Satan fell from
heaven, and nothing will stop it. with
out we, aa true Americans, burst the
serpent's chain, arise In our might
aa one man and put our foot on the
Tlper, our hearts, minds and hands In
Let our cry be to our God for union
of atrength and America for Ameri
cans, first, last and forever. Awake,
h, America, awake! for Ood's sake,
for your children's sake, your wives'
sake, for your country, for yourselves!
Shake off the shackles of hell and
stand firm for America. Let this be
our whole aim. Let us awake America,
If possible, for we are indeed tn dan
ger. Oh, cry aloud and spare not. Let
as not nail our flag only to the mast
Bead, but to our hearts, and rivet our
minds on the work, and let our actions
ory most vehemently for God &nd
America above everything else. With
a firm and determined grip, let us hold
America and cut loose the bonds that
are pulling us to the bottomless pit
ay reuniting as one solid body for
anion and strength, and preserve
America for Americans forever.
. LIJ .... -n-.k to about It say they cannot af-' but money la hard to get. Send regards power. Rome already has the nation
rfTSX :uTt"kt5oi JS roIw' timaro'cloae. hut I to you and hop. Unto. I. our neit by lh. tnroat. d wh.t will It be
day Ardlng to the Scripture. .1- do not believe that is the reason president. ! when she gets full control of the gov-
ways true. Rome wilt b down some think It I J ',"'! HARTLEY. Ia.. Jan. 4 -Dear Edl- ernment and can condemn 'heretics"
but we will have to waicn ana -" -h,! h,. tor: My flag Is still nailed to tne d , them OTer t0 the gcular
court The secular power will then be
papal. Even now some A. P. A.'s show
he white feather. Rome Is not afraid
tn nut forth tr MiiIhI riulR hlasuhem-
Ke,peci fully. I take my name off 'your subscription ,.,.lm. n.. Pr,Mtanl. . rd-
LAl'REL SriUNUS, N. J.. Uec. 21. HOI.DREGE, Neb.. Jan. 2. Dear list ours In t., V. I u. m. j ' ,a
v .; ... iw-,hr I in h.nd and I L i .i v.. XI t n.v rnv sub-1 .. .tlon and pronounce our free schools
ham en to enclose the money for '98, wrption for 'S. The roads have been
1 favor freedom of thought, apeer-n ai WM)n u potmtbl
'J1'' "r dUty " " not male ; different to me. and "i "si. ,
I wish you GkI ...eed for the coming should not to them (If t, r .m-r- ;"-' ,ar,hat , ha not got
year, and hope that your paper will " " u7?' p' the dollar, and don't know where to ,
be spread and read all over tn iina. " ' c K(t one. Therefore I must asK you to
CHICAGO. Dec. 30. Gentlemen: 1
able to renew my su.,-
. - V 1j v,..,r n.rfi.-f. hut I ond it script Ion once more, for I take great ,ruln
L ' I '.M- ll 1 f Pleure in reading every paper from and .
sn.l pw, also a free non so. tarlan ,oll,i R,.t along without the pap.r. for ' ins " "; "'JJ.'J
public schof.1. I am opposed to relU- lke It. As I have said before, our " itb Tat but w,
Us interference with our public government is run by Rum and Ro- hoave. t'n'va tllv;V among he
schiNils. whether from Protestant or niuninm and tolerated through Ignor- 1 ,.
sinks of bell. Americans, lovers of
and liberty, come to the front
show your hand. Don't hide be-
"tory hind anything. Christianity is stronger
than popery if put In the open field.
ance. Keep unfiling me woous. i mum
we will run them out in time. Yours
for the cause, M. O. U.
EIXENSIU'RG, Wash., Nov. 29.
Find enclosed $1.50. I suppose my six
months' subscription has about expired
and I send you $1 to renew It for an
other year; 25 cents for the book en
titled "Stenographer." and 2" cents
to pay you to send me 10 copies of
heathen Practice your principles iree aiscus-
Cathollcs about all my life. so. of sion. Let your light shine. Rome can
course. I know them pretty well. Hop- not 8an,i the light Much of her power
Ing you will keep up the good fight. , n ,he ,gnorance of the people.
I remain, as ever, Yours respectfully, ,
j C ji When the people know as much about
religion and human rights as popes
and princes, their supremacy and tyr-
All hands to the
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Dec. 29. Gen-
renew mv snhscrlnt ion for another annv are at an end
year. I could not get along without It. front. Popery Is in Its dotage and can-
Ijist year I paid for three, and If they not i,0u out mUch longer against
The American containing the testl- h " carefully I know they will chr,BUanUy and modern light
iy of the girls who escaped from l; lause they are all better able
House of the G.xd Shepherd. 1 "an 1 "m anJ ' th7 have not read
It carefully I do not want to waste
ft. .. v t.nn AirllllniV Qtl4 A V IWui tl IP rWlTt.
. "' u.l mnnev on them Your naner and
ery ror tweniy-nve years, ptow lum. , V Y , v.
J ... j Ika Clllan la n Iw.l 1 . nil f ran hc.aiiBii
1 will use It to the best "-" ""
I have help
SKERRY, N. Y. Dear Sir and
"Friend": Enclosed I send you $1.00
for The American. I can not do with
out your valuable paper. As soon as
I read It I send It to a friend who
places It in the Young Women's Read
ing room at Haverhill, Mass., so it
goes on fulfilling its mission. The
Catholics have a firm hold tn these
eastern states. Nearly every officer
they give me thev news I want to
know. I remain, your truly, C. F. M.
Too Many Feenians Get Jbs.
LONDON, Jan. 1. A good deal of
resentment has been creatsd in official
circles here by the action of the United
States government In appointing Pat-
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. Dec. 2fi -Dear
Sir: Please find enclose! $100
year. I could not get along without It rick Egan as official delegate to inves
1 wish I were able to send vou mora tigate certain Instances of alleged eva
subscrlbers. The A. P. A. is the hest irtn nf th(. Chinese exclusion law.
movement that has been organized in
the United States. We wish it much
success and that. It may go on to lc-
has the map of Ireland or France on orv,Bn, "? 8, TJ.rLto" fc'r
his face and popery stamped on his
President In 1900.
I have noenmly toward th-Catholic bra,n May yml ap youp pap(,r v against Rome,
Yours In the ni;ht
long to tight for the right. Yours In F.
P. and P., J. II. D.
HUNTINGTON. Ind.. Dec. 26. Your
letter of December 1 is at hand. I am
glad you are still fighting te "Red-
Fins," as I call them. Yes. I want
SEDALIA, Mo., Dec. 30. Gentle-
The nomination Is regarded here as
distinctly unfriendly toward Great
Britain, as it ia felt that the United
States government might look else
where than in the ranks of Irish refu
eees and of avowed antagonists to
l. I shall try ' to get some of your the rottenness of the Catholic Church
books as soon as I get out of debt on
my house. As ever for the right.
W. II. N.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Doc. 22
Enclosed find order for $1.00, for which
church to destroy our cherished instl- fnd The American to me m han
tiitiona An.t mivernment nmi . nn a Francisco, Cal. ours received several
E. A. G.
Th. Amorlnnn T nm irnMlnir vorv r.1,1- tho i.onr fnr another venr RnclnHed BCrlntion for 1S9S. I hearMlv iippTOVP
eyesight falling and cannot do as I please find express money order for the way In which you are showlnB:
once did, and would like to continue to
do. Hut I assure you my interest In the
cause Is not the least diminished. It
Is astonishing how the American peo
ple are so indifferent to this danger,
with a dally visible demonstration or
the determined design of the Catholic
men: I am rather late in jendin my r.lQj f, . . ho intrusted with
money. Put it Is never too lata to do ,-..
u good deed, so I will send It even at delicate missions affecting the Can
thls latJ date. Enclosed you will find adian border line. The English gov-
money order for $1 to renew my iub- ernment in this connection notes that
the United States seems to make a
point of choosing precisely Iriah-Amer
LANCASTER, Pa., Dec. 27. Dear
Sir: Do not stop my paper. I will send
you the money In about ten dam 1
am trying to get two subscribers for
The American. Your paper is all right
doing good work. I hope you will
tut Ions and government and set up a "ancisco, w. lours receea several """" fall right Yours respectfully
priestly hierarchy. I do not expect to uys ago, but have not had t me to come out all right lours respectfully,
live to see it. but unless something Kpt ortlor- aimire your pluck in this
turns up to frustrate their plans. It j worK- ou can cn8"ier me a me sud-
wlll result In nna nf thn mnnt terrlhln ScHber. I Will send you a list Of
names and addresses of some friends
here in a few days, i wish I were able
to do more for you. Yours In F., P. P.,
O. A. K.
wars the world even saw; the result,
like slavery, the final destruction of
the satanlc Institution. I am heartily
ashamed of President McKlnley, that
in BIm , K, u iu per.ieu. u'. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 23. Gen
ni Mtlll mtrafuta In nnrarlntr ti tha I
' .. , . , tlemen: I send you with this a re
m.c .. .1. o ... iu . i , () Bubscription for your rea
der the unlimited control of Htshop ppr- , CeVeland we are some-
..nnuu. xu,.,.,, eisiuuy pnynm ; . , flllinnn1n,H that vnn rin rnt
take up the cause of the American
CHICAGO, 111., Jan. 2. American
Publishing Co.: Gentlemen En
closed please find $1 to pay for The
American for 1898. I have been trying
to get some subscribers for your pa
per, but when It gets to paying a dol-
hls political debts, which has got to be
one of the most dangerous features of
present politics. I hope and pray that
the Senate will refuse to confirm Mc
Kenna's appointment. Put, I suppose,
it is useless to thus hope. Heartily
wishing you success In battling with
tblB satanlc evil, I remain, yours,
U S. T.
SWEET SPRINGS. Mo.. Dec. 3.
Editor American: Your letter of the
1st at hand, and we will answer at
once. Yes, we want to continue in the
fight for our liberties, for our schools,
against priestly Influence in politics
and for the restrictions of Immigra
Yes. we want to help open the con
vents, to help drive out the Jesuits
and to hlp close all the houses and
Institutions called Hous of the Good
Shepherd. Our flag Is still nailed to
the masthead of antl-Roraanism. We
are praying God to deliver our land
from the terrible curse that Is now
upon us. May the time soon come
when our American girls will not be
enslaved in Roman dungeons.
We would love to know one thing.
W?hy was the great ado made by our
nation over the Cuban girl that was
freed from her prison, while tn our
own land thousands are Imprisoned
and die from abuse, overwork and
starvation ? We are glad the dear Cu
ban girl Is free and we would be gald
Indeed could lour i own native girls
be free also. May God direct us and
send a man to lead our armies to vic
tory, for McKInley has not. Yoifrs In
love of freedom, S. S. and K. E. B.
ATCHISON. Kans.. Dec. 29. Dear
Thompson: The enclosed 'renewals"
are the best I could do with the limit
ed time at my disposal, but I wish I
could do a thousand times bettetr. It
Is beyond my comprehension how the
average citizen enjoying the advant
ages of our boasted Christian civili
zation and the chance for at least a
"common school" education, can wait
to have his duty pointed out to him
his attention called to the fact that his
"renewal" was due; that you need it
ELM IRA, N. Y., Dec. 28. Gentle
men: Please find enclosed $1 for ime
year's subscription, and please keep
up the fight against our common
enemy, who is always ready to down
us at any time and place and in every
position In life. Yours truly,
G. W. F.
HUNTINGTON, Ore., Dec. 28. Dear
Sirs and Friends: Please excuse delay.
I attempted up to the last minute to
get some subscribers and only suc
ceeded in getting one other. .'Sxira
copy of December 3d; total, $2.05. A
party, bellevtng that the only way to
obtain recognition of our prlncip'eais
to create a balance of power equal to f.iend. for all time to come agains
me oiner siue. lrusung inai you win Rome. D. L.
kepe on nrtng into tne itoman camp,
and with best wishes for your success,
I remain, yours, G. H. L.
HOLDREGE, Neb., Dec. 6. I en
close herein my dollar. Success to The
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 30. Gen
tlemen: Please find enclosed $1.00 to
renew my subscription to The Amer
ican for 1898. Address same as for the
nnst four years Wlshlne von a hannv
American, neie is my uauu aim ueari and prosperous New Year, I remain
for the cause of true Americanism. as ever a friend to your excellent pa-
Yes, my flag Is still nailed to the mast
of anti-Romanism. If you will send me
a few extra copies this week I will
try and get a few more dollars. Yours
In F.. P. P., J. A. A.
BLOOMINGTON. 111., Dec. 25.-
J. C. M.
ELKHART, Ind., Dec. 29. Dear Ed
Itor American: I heartily concur in all
the sentiments contained In your let
ter and then published In your valu
able paper. I wish I could send more
Find enclosed $1 for my subscription, than $1, but cannot, so must content
I never receive The American till Mon-
day, but glad to get It then. I am with
you on the Catholic prison. Do away
with them or throw them open to tho
world. The Romans have a hospital
here; so have we, the despised A. P.
A.'s. Long may the American wave. I
myself with that Yours fraternally,
S. W. H.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Dec. 27. Gentle
men: Please send The American to
this address until I notify you differ
ently. I like your paper very much.
will do what I can to help you. Yours and admire your true Americanism
in F., L. T.,
E. B. H.
ALBANY, N. Y., Dec. 23. Editor
American: Dear Sir You ask if my
flag Is still nailed to the masthead
of anti-Romanism. I will answer you
by stating that I was threatened with
annihilation by a Romanist for say
Wish you success in your noble work
for the coming New Year.
MRS. M. F.
COLUMBUS, Neb., Dec. 28.-3en
tlemen: Please find enclosed $2.00
one from myself and one from F. L.
at Humphrey. Platte County. Neb., for
ing that monks were greasy, ".ary The American for the year 1898. Very
vagabonds ana snouia not oe toteratea respectfully your, H. T. S.
tn this country. I had a very lively i
time, for there were several toe-k!ss?re I ELMIRA. N. Y., Dec 24. Enclosed
present at the time: I always manage please find $3.00 for three subscriptions
to come out on top wnen I get in an to January 1. 1899. Yours In F.. P. P.
argument with Papists. I have read a
great many anti-Roman works, soma
of them first-class, so I am loaded at
all times for a scrap with Rome.
I enclose $1 to renew my subscrlp-
tlon to January 1. 1899. Your .truly. ' great r,ch and fre an(,
i bond, to receive a mark In their right
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 26. handg
to pay for The American. I've been that 110 man mht hxl or sel1'
very anxious to send you new sub- he that had the mark, or the name
that your hands must be upheld. Such scribers, but find all ready to read my of the beast, or the number of his
willful blindness prompts me to say, ' paper, but not sufficiently Interested name." Rev. 13:16-17
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sions of this cuaracter, Messrs.
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having been charged tn the past wltb
the administration of the alien con
tract labor laws at Buffalo, Detroit and
America has never produced a more
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a grander Christian than A. Cleve
land Coxe, Bishop of the Episcopal
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HAVE YOU READ-
lor fn. a natrlrHt niup than thou- ore Hivm B"WS lu WHHCI1 me IOOl : WOUIU UB Sorry lUUeeU lO UU WUUUUl -
as 'poor 11 "1 chureTmoVS. I wish tant who sleeps now. just as It j it. The cartoons please both old and because it describes what popery has
sleepy-headed north was changed In a
moment to an alert and warlike people
by the bombardment of Fort Sumpter
by the Romish General Beauregard.
Enclosed Is draft for $14. R. A.
MIDDLE GROVE. Mo., Dec. 27.
Editor American: Enclosed find order
for $1. for which please renew my sub-
your paper could be published in Chi
cago, as I think it would do lots of
good, especially to our sleeping Amer
icans, who think that there is no dan
ger coming from Rome. If you could
see the men who fill our city offices
you could see that Rome and Ireland
are dominating in our city. And s: ill
there is no danger coming from Rnme
I want to help to hold Rome down scrpltion. I don't know why everybody
and the Union Flag up, and open the don't take that paper. I will still try
Houses of the Good (or rather bad) to get people to take It, W. D. B.
8hepherd for public Inspection. 1 1 HENRY, III., Dec. 27. Enclosed find
hope that the eyes of our American money for renewal of my subscription
business men can be opened as to for 1898. I have read your paper for
some facts. A few doors from where several years and think It all right. I
I work is a store In which, I would only wish there were more such In
like to bet a cent against a toothpick, the country. Yes, my colors are nailed
every one of the employes are Roman to the masthead with the very best
Catholics, and some other houses I nails; nailed there so tight that no
know of would not employ anybody human power can get them down. I
nnle8S they were Catholics. What I bave enlisted for life and calculate to
want to say Is this, American business serve out my enlistment, and I wish
did in '61, when the temporizing young. God bles you and your efforts been and is today, even in the United
to enlighten our people. Wishing yon states. Rome is fulfilling this proph-
u pruspr roua mm nappy iew irai, it j i
I remain, fraternalaly yours. , t0 ,he extPnt of her Pwer and ln'
MRS. H. C. S. j flupnee. Her greedy, iron grasp fas-
fpnq unrtTi avorv nlnna tf timinr nnvm
AURORA, 111., Dec. 20. On th5 ' ' , '
within I trust that you will find the and Proflt To 80me deKree- u ,s al"
renewal card that you sent me, to- ready true, that no man Is permitted
gether with the price of one year's to buy or sell save he who has the
subscription for The American. I am "mark of tne beast," either by pro
very much pleased with The Anient- .... ,
can and it columns of American brain "-. -
food. I am so taken up with It that any measure opposed to the Interests
I wish It was a dally instead of a or wishes of Rome. A nod from the
weekly. Then you bet you would have pope or h)a prelatIc agents, shuts or
jvuuitj uuwuug. nuuie its nrvts a E-uiuv?
BY M W. HOWARD
houses ought not to employ any Ro
man Catholics if they know it By era
ploying Irish they strengthen the Ro
man cause and weaken the Protfs-
every American In the United State
would to the same. I am surrounded
with Romans and almost alone, but I
shall stay right with them. I don't
tants, who are kept idle. I know It to ; propose to back down while I live. 3
be a fact that a Roman Catholic can hve delaved renewing my eubsrip
find work easier that a Protestant, as tlon for the purpose of trying to get
they help one another: thera Is more others to subscribe, but I guess I will
anion among them. I havs to send It alone, as every one I
The Most Sensational Book M Written!
II ECLIPSES ALL OTHER EROTIC EFFORTS.
The wickedness of tbe Capital City exposed and Its disorderly houses
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in the grass. We can see the head of I)ens the mmrtbs of Protestants, gags Senator9i Congressmen and their families. It Is the boldest exposure of vioe
the rentile in Rome, but where is the the press; even the Protestant pulpit and corruption in high places ever written. Raad It and learn about your
tall? The body, I think. Is In Washing- )s largely reticent and the merchant high officials, your Senators and Congressmen and their mistresses, and the
ton. D C. United States, White House. 8tandg aloof from lnfrtltTJtlon op- ! desecration of our National Capital. STARTLING DISCLOSURES made
Yours truly, R. A. S. , , . . . Known for the first time! Read and learn. Over 15,000 copies sold In Wash-
posed to the tyrannical domination Of in(rton in three weeks. Tha hast seller out. Now In Its third edition
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men: Please una ii.oo enclosed ror throt)gh tne rank and file of offlce.
my paper for the ensuing year. Times , " , x .
have been very hard here the past sua- seekers, from the president downward,
son, but we hope thrv will be better. It And when the nun goes the rounds on
looks that way. There Is no longs her begging trip, she gets the cash or
here. We are all Americans; no Cath- whatever she ask8 through the fear of
olics nearer than Chattanooga, but
there are enough there. I have been boycott So, In every conceivable
trying to pick up a few subscribers, . way, Roma Is grasping for money and
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