The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, April 15, 1898, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE AMERICAN.
THE AMERICAN
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Pauk Kraft tith Ant KKlt AN K.HUH
INO TO r'uMiKtiiw, I til (V HawarJ ttrt,
Omaha Nt.
JOHN C THOMPSON, - - - KUlfcw.
W. C. KELLKY, - Han"" Mnarr
OMAHA. NEH, AI KIL lft. l
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE AXMUCAN not lb orgaa of
mi y swl. ordrr. aMM'Utloa. party clique.
.actVa or dlvUiua t lbs population uf
talagraad KpuWlC and ropudlatra aad
brand at f . I all claim of chart that
It I such. ! au claim f charge ba
made by any itrraoa or persons whom
soever. ,
TUB AMtCRlOAN li a newspaper of
general clrculalt. taint to and balm
raad by people of all religious bellefe
and political amllatlfna; by tna whlta
and tba black, ntlvw-bora and tnn
naturalised, lh Jew and the Oentlle. tba
Pruteetant and Ui Uoruan Catholic.
TnU claim can waauuatnatlated la any
court of Justlcant any Uine.
AaliRICAN POBLlSMINa CO..
$, tout e. mmro. .
Hurrah for Lee.
Billj Mason It In the hearts of the
common people.
What this country needs li ft man to
tba presidential chair.
McKlnley'i message eulted the men
who elected bio but not the men who
voted 'or him.
Home U paving the way so m to be
Able to clalsn that Queen Victoria died
a Roman Catholic
Hanna and Klklna are at great a
menace to a Republican, popular, form
of government at the pope of Rome.
This government baa debt enough of
iu own without becoming the endorser
for Cuba or any other country for WOO,
000,000. :.
Hat our national honor become to
tarnished that money can atone for In
tuit, pay for virtue and aettle for the
lossolllfe?
Why should McKlnley and Congrett
make the Cubant pay 1400,000 000 or
any other turn for tbelr freedom when
they have won tt with the aword?
One of our friendt hat hastened to call
our attention to the tact that the word
"froie" under the out laat week waa cot
good English. True, true; but gocd
Americans understood it.
Those pamphlets which Rev. J. A
Lansing of Cambridge, Mass., offers to
send for ten cents are sent to your ad
dress absolutely free of any other cost
You had better avail yourself of his
exceedingly liberal offer. Who ever
beard of any other patriotic publisher
offering 430 pages of the most choice
and valuable of his publications for a
silver dime? We tell you frankly that
it is a bargain, and one that may never
be offered again.
One of the men appointed by the
board of fire and police commissioners
last Monday night was A. A. Keysor
Keysor's record is as bad as Ormsby's
We once read the sworn statement of a
poor but respectable woman of this city
to the effect that Keysor told her be
would give her 950.00 if she would al
low him to have illicit carnal inter
course with her sixteen-year-old daugh
ter. Such a rascal as that Is a tine
character to clothe with police powers
when our city Is to be filled with young
and inexperienced girls from the ooun
try.
If our country fails to chastise Spain
for the murder of the officers and men
of the Maine, how can Its officers expect
any American mother te teach her son
that be should be ready to give hit life
in defense of the nation? If our boys
are to offer their lives to uphold the
dignity and honor of this nation at any
and all times it should be with the dis
tinct understanding that the life of
every other citizen of the republic it
ready to be offered in their country's be
half in case they should fall. No sum
of money, however fabulous, could com
pensate us for the loss of our son, and
no amount of money can satisfy the pa
rents whose boys were slain through
the damnable treachery of the Roman
Catholio Spaniards who blew up our
battleship in the harbor of Havana the
15th day of last February. To atk for
money would be a greater insult than
that which we have already been called
upon to endure. Nothing but blood
can heal the wound or wipe out the In
.it, There should be war.
SEAT OF IRR1LICION.
The time U coming, aad the sooorr
(he better, when lu will be fnlrly and
squarvly julnod lvlwtn the rral frleods
of religion and the p-orooUrs of irre
llgloo in lhee United S at. La l
week tbe U. S. House of Jtrpreaenta
tlves Mured to author! te ibe Secret try
of War to build chapel on too govern
ment reservation: and an Injunction
was granted In tbe District of Columbia
agamtt paying the leading hospital In
that city for public services, b -cause 1
is under the rare of tbe Slaters of Charity!
If our constitutions and laws do not
ready make It clear enough that re
ligion U to have tbe same rights as lr-
religion, and Catholicity the same
rights as sectarianism, the sooner their
provisions to this effect are made effec-
ve and unmistakable the more cbsnce
there will be of saving our country
from tbe abyst of worse than pagan
corruption Into which it Is falling.
At present Irreilglon I. la the saddle
and is growing bolder and bolder every
day. Tbe seat of this Irreilglon It io
the Masonic sect, which honey com Ds
the separated portions of the commun
ity. Through It secularism It always
able to use Protestantism to pull lu
chestnuU out of the fire. Church Pro
gress.
Yet the Masons In Congress voted for
bill giving tbe Roman church a priv
ilege which we believe the Constitution
positively prohibits the building of
church edifices on government land,
thereby establishing religion.
The Senate should promptly defeat
the bill.
If there are Protestant chapelt or
houses of worship now standing on gov
ernment ground, the denomination own
ing, using or occupying tbe same should
promptly remove them, and thereby oc
cupy the same position relative to a viol
ation of the Constitution by erecting re
ligious houses on government land that
all denominations except the Roman
Catholio take relative to the appropri
ation of publio money for the support
and maintenance of sectarian Indian
schools.
Should any denomination fall to do
this the Secretary of War should
promptly order, the removal of all tucb
sectarian houses from government land
and those not removed within a stated
periol should escheat to tbe govern'
ment.
Tbe American people do not want a
union of church and state.
They will repudiate any party that
makes such union possible.
That was a fine batch of American
citizens which the board of fire and po
lioe appointed as patrolmen last Mon
day night. With the exception of two
or three Rome hat her trade mark on
them all. Even Tom Ormsby was among
the chosen, and every man in Omaha
knows what character of man he It
They will remember him at the ser
geant who, when his fellow Hibernians
were trying to break into a hall where
Council No. 1 of the A. P. A. was meet
lng, said, when repairing to the scene
with a squsd of police, "if there's to be
any shooting, I'll shoot Into tnelr d-
hall." This It fine protection the
Ore and police board are giving the
Protestants of this community! And
Ormsby's sentiment finds a responsive
chord in every Roman heart, and would
find speedy and terrible expression if
this government went to war with Ro
man Catholic Spain, and were the pope
to hint to them, as be has already done
to the Romanists of Europe, that he
"would not fail to use his influence
WHERE THE OCCASION OFFKR9, in Or
der that the legitimate wishes of
the Spanish government may be
REALIZED and THE PRESTIGE OF THE
NOBLE CATHOLIC NATION betjn
impaired." Protestants should now
prepare to protect themselves. "Trust
in God and keep your powder dry,"
would be a good motto.
Our brother has written us that the
Romans are all shouting for war with
Spain, and that it is his opinion that if
hostilities commence the Romans will
enlist to a man In order to disprove the
standing charge that they are disloyal
to all government except that of the
pope. We see he is not up on Roman
tactics. The pope's army in this coun
try had not, up to the hour that he
wrote bis letter, the least idea that
there would be war; consequently
they were ready to jump into tbe breach
and make a display of their loyalty
It Is the worst kind of nonsense to say
that tbey would be permitted to help
deprive the godson of the pope of one
of hit dependenolea. They would toon
be told the interests of tbe church
were an closely connected with the In
terests of Spain that it they could not
support bis oo tbey certainly should
not do anything agalnt him. Thea,
if they bad enlisted, they would derert
lik rats from a sicking ship. Their
record of 2 per cent In tbe lite war
would tot be a n arker! They can't be
trusU d Don't forget tbt
The Colorado Catholic thinks It l
about time for the A. P. A.t to tteal
away to Canada. If too editor of tht
paper will permit us to make a predic
tion we will stats that the A. P A.s
will be upholding tbe Stars and Stripes
when his co religionists will be desert
ing those colors la obedience to the
commands of their Irish ecclesiastical
superiors, If there is war between the
United States and Spain; that the A.A
P. A.s will be found defending the life
of the president and hit advisers when
the co-rellglooisU of tbe editor of that
paper are skulking about the nation's
oapltal waiting for a chance to assass
inate them; that tbe A. P. A.'t will be
nursing woundt la front, received la
defense of the nation's honor, while the
oo-rellglonlsts of that editor are hiding
In Roman Catholio convents, not only in
the United States, but In Canada and
Mexico, even in tbe Vatican, tbe
borne of the pope, as did John H. Sur-
ratt, who was tried for complicity In
the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
The A. P. A.t do not boast of tbelr
loyalty; they let their acts speak.
They have just had a city election
in Chicago and, walle the A. P. A. is
dead, very dead, It teems to have been
an lssus in the campaigr. We draw
this conclusion from the following cir
cular which was placed in the handt of
every Romanist in the Eighth ward:
Attention! To the voters of the 8th
ward. The A. P. A's. are holding
private meetings and advocating their
cause to defeat the only catholio candi
date for alderman, Frank Sevclk.
Gentlemen if be la to be defeated be-
cause he Is a catholic, he It willing to
suffer defeat. So we ask you to oast
partylsm aside, and do all you can to
defeat the cause of the A. P. A'a and
their bigotry. Jamea O'Brien, chair
mancommittee." We are pleased to
be able to state that Mr. Sevclk was de
feated. He received a little lees than
one-seventh of the vote past. Be polled
641 votes, Slman, 1,839 and Novak,
,407. We have concluded that there
are some things that are more dead
than the A. P. A., and Mr. O'Brien,
his committee and his candidate are
tome of the things.
Probably tome of our readers knew
Daniel Le Geyt who workxd for the U.
P. railway several years and who died
in this city about three years ago. It
they do they will be Interested in learn
ing that his wife has just escaped from
Roman Catholio institution In St.
Louis, where the wat confined against
her will. Why she was confined there
and why she was not allowed to see her
friends can be inferred from the fact
that she it worth $30,000. She has
been stopping with friends since her
return to this city, among the number
being Mrs. Euclid Martin, wife of our
postmaster. Her other friends, among
whom she numbers such well-known
people as Mr. Fred Montmorency, Mrs
Fonda, Mrs. Kelby, Mrs. Martin and
others equally as prominent, are quite
Indignant at the way she has been
treated by the Romans.
When this country had a grievance
against Spain's aubject and ber Indian
wards In Florida nearly a century ago,
Jackson, commanding the army In the
south, wrote the authorities at Wash
ington an account of the outrages and,
without waiting for Instructions, drove
out the Spaniards, took possession of
their forts, ran up the Stars and Stripes
and then waited for the diplomats to
settle the controversy. A little of
the Jackeonlan vigor would be a good
thing to inject into the present admin
istratlon. Let us whip Spain, then, if
she wants to apologize for her outrage-
out cruelty and treachery of five bun
dred years, we will decide whether it is
couched in proper diplomatic language
We could write a lot of mean things
about tbe president's message, but we
won't We are for the government,
right or wrong. If It's wrong we will
help right it. That should be the atti
tude of every patriot. It ia our judg
meat that bo money was used to secure
the delay! or tha modification of the
melange, which have wrought up tbe
people. McK nle)'a rtcord is not that
of a boodler. NeliLet is It tbe record
of a financially dULooet man. For
that reaaoa a different motive must te
sought. It might be found la bis loy
ally to his friends, or in fear of erronal
pb) ileal violence. Hut It nutter not
what the reason, co.bicg we caa ay
would briug back tbe time ttal t as
bseu consumed In useiis nego'.ia lions.
For that reasoo, looking beyond wbat
is visible to tbe naked eye, and seting
over and ahove McKlthy the sacred
folds of our national erublea we say
stand by it, whether you like the atti
tude of tbe chief executive or not.
Nick Darga.zkkl, Bishop Scsnnell't
rlghtbaod man among tbe Poles In the
Seventh ward, was appointed by the
Are and police commissioners to a posi
tion on tbe pjllce foice. Unless we are
mistaken he is one of the follows who
backed up tbe g ng who made a mur
derous assault on Rev. Kmln.-kl a re
formed Roman priest tome three
yeara ago. Ia that scrimmage the ex
priest came out uoscratched, but tbe
church and adjoining lota were cov
ered with his wounded and dying as
sailants, among the most seriously
wounded being Dargactwskl's brother.
A man who connives at or participates
lo riots because some other man differs
with him in religion ia not a fit person
to invest with police power.
For the third time SelineClewett has
been deprived of a verdict for damages
against the House of the G.od Shep
hei d at St. Paul through the disagree
ment of tbe jury on which Roman
Catholics were permitted to tit. A
judge who will permit men to tit at
jurors In a case In which they have a
personal Interest ought to be Impeached
if such a thing can be done. All true
Roman Catholics are personally inter
ested In every suit brought against any
person or institution acting under the
authority of the Roman church.
We have plenty of the Issue of Jan
nary 28, containing the exposure of
Rome t plot to take this country by the
tword. Ten for SO cent; fifty for 91.2a;
100 for 92. ; 600 for 97.50; 1.000 for
910. Hare you aent any of that num
ber to your friends T Ton should! They
should not aleep longer.
Honesty.
I think there are few people who
want war with Spain, unless it is for
the best interests of all concerned.
And while the Roman Catholio church
does not want war with Spain because
Spain it a Roman Catholic country
and it doing ail she can to prevent tbe
United States from having war with
that country (she would prefer England)
this church, which has a certain influ'
efice with the secular press, is shouting
all the time about the men ia Wall
street stopping tbe war. If the Roman
Catholio church could get out of an at
mosphere where there is continual ly
lng and deception she would be like a
fish out of water. If she were id see
honesty and truth walk into one of her
places where she had convened her
faithful the pope's own would all faint
dead away.
Kdnrnta Tour Bow eu With Cancareta.
Candy Cathartic, aura constipation forever.
wa, ate. If C O n r "ist ref un
refund money
An American Answer.
The text of the pope's message ca
bled to President McKlnley is given in
a dispatch from Rome as follows:
"As the head of the religion of fra
ternity, I will solicit Spain to grant an
armistice In the name of humanity.
pray you, pending the result of this
step, to deign t3 suspend all extreme
measures."
A correspondent obtained at the Vat
ican the text of the president's reply,
in the following words:
"An armistice is a question which
concerns Spain and Cuba alone. But
between Spain and the United StateB
another question is pending, and I must
receive a distinctly submissive and con
dilatory answer from Spain." Chicago
Journal, April 8.
THE OPIUM AND MORPHINE HABIT.
" Wbat We May Do to be Saved" is a little book,
giving run particular! 01 a renaoie cure, r
Dr. J. I Stephens, Dept. B.,Lebanon
Took the Right Track.
Some time ago a friend at North
Platte sent us the following item taken
from the Tribune of that city:
We learn that Father Healy has
asked all Catholics who are members
of the, Y. M. C. A. to hand in their
membership cards to the secretary and
not to frequent the rooms in the future
The request it being aomplled with but
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not wl bo it protest on the part of oae
of tbe persons tffecttd. Father Ha'y
sajs that inasmuch as tha Y. M. C A.
is a Protestant institution ar.d that
there Is such a wide difference between
tbe Catholic and Prote tanl churches
It Is not best that members of the
f irmer should affiliate too closely with
tbe institutions of tbe latter.
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Tbe new wall map iisued by tbe Bur
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wide by four feet long; is printed in six
colors; is mounted on rollers; shows
every state, oountv, important ton
and railroad In the Union, and forms a
very desirable and useful adjunct to
any household or business establish
ment. Purchased in lots of 5,000 the maps
cost the Burlington Route nearly 20
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cents in stamps or coin tbe under
signed will be pleased to send you one.
Write Immediately, as tbe supply it
limiU'd.
J. Francis, G. P. A., Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
The only offer to furnish patriotic
ll'erature at a figure less than cost
which we hive ever received comes
from Rev. J. A. Lansing of Cambridge,
Mass. Rev. Lansing has ltsued hun
dreds of thousands of pamphlets of 32
pages each, of which be bat about 5,000
still on hand, and as he is going to
Europe he offers to send to each of our
subscribers, who will send him a silver
dime, 2 pamphlets of 32 pages each
The pamphlets are the best anti-Roman
llteratuie ever issued, and we advise
you to take advantage of this offer
Address Rev. J. A. Lansing, 1034 Main
ave., Cambridge, Mass. ,
Darlight Train te Cbicage.
Beginning Monday, February ,7th,
the Northwestern Line placed in ser
vice a DAYLIGHT TRAIN TO CHICAGO,
leavine Omaha 7:00 a. m., Council
Bluffs 7:25 a. m., and arriving in Chi
cago 5:45' p. m., making connections
wfth evening trains for all points east.
Dining cars serve all meals.
Tbe afternoon limited trains at 4:4o
and 6:30 arriving Chicago next morning
at 7:45 and 0:30 a. m., respectively, still
remain in service.
City ticket office 1401 Farnam St.
met toe Smooth.
The tracks of the UNION PACIFIC
are to smooth and the cars furnished
to complete that you can imagine your
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at home.
Inspect the Buffet Library and Smok
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every morning
To Tare Conitipatlnn forever.
Take Otgcareta Candv Cuthnrtlc. 10c or!S&
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Have you read Rev. Kostelo's great
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We sell It. Price 50 cents. Most sen-
sstlonal-book ever published. Trans
lations from Den, Ligourl, Kenrick
and St. Thomas. Only 50 cents
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Attorney, Merchants National Bank Bldg
SHERIFF'S 8ALK. By virtue or an
order of sale lasued out of tbe district
court for Douglas county, Nebraska and
to me directed. 1 will, on tbe 10th day cf
May. A. D. 1898. at ten o'clock A. m. of aald
day, at the EAST 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 de
scribed In said order of sale as follows, to-
It:
Lot four m. block three hundred and six
teen (816) In the original plat of tbe city of
Omaha, as aurveyea, piattea ana recoraea
and all telng situated In Douglas county,
state of Nebraska,
Said oronerty to oe som to satisfy Harry J.
Twlntlng. plaintiff herein, the sum of Fifty
six and 78-100 (S5S.78) collars judgment, with
interest thereon at the rate of ten (10) per
cent per annum from September 37, 1807, to
gether with an attorney's fee of five and
67-100 (15 87) dollars which said amounts are
a nrst lien upon sam above a escribed prop
erty. To satisfy the further sum of sixteen
and 60-100 (116.60) dollars costs herein, to
gether with accruing costs, according to a
judgment rendered by the district court of
said Douglas county, state of Nebraska at
Its September term, A. I)., 1897. In a certain
action then and there pending, wherein
Hurry 3. Twlnting Is plaintiff and The Amer
ican National Bask of Omaha, Nebraska, a
corporation organized under the laws of the
United States, Samuel S. Curtis and Kite
Bird Curtis are defendants.
Omaha, Nebraska, April 8tb. 1898.
john w. Mcdonald,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
w. A, saunaers, attorney.
Twlnting vs. Am. Nat. Bank et. al.
Doc. 61 . No. 229. Ex. 1, P. 242. 4-8-5
Notice of Administration.
In tbe county court of Douglas coun y, Ne
braska. In the matter of the estate of Edward J.Don
ecken, deceased:
All persons Interested in sa'd estate are
hereby notified that a petition has been filed
in said Court alleging that said deceased
died leaving no last will and rraylni for ad
ministration upon bis estate, and that If tbey
fall to anoear at said Court on the 25th day
of April, at S o'clock A. H., to contest
the said petition, the Court may grant the
same and grant administration of said eHate
to Augustus H. Donee ken or soma other
suitable person aad proceed to a settlement
taersol. ibvimo r. haitkh,
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