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("n;ti:iu! fmiu I ';? A
vh an i:i li.T.-rt ut tin Iikeinn, mil O lsr.,
Ilia !h' .! with his false money? He pavs me j the sulhoritle. of 1! brsnchet o' tbJ
'ulv4 in houA f..r the Lit of i.reai anJ the ru.iish V"0"""0'. -h(' b" k-0,J(
wi: t ! i in i to fnvn the 're.-it ijt:
who art- nut fr u are gainst lis." ' '
"Tint is h it riii'eai'in s-.iys in the kittles
the Chuumieie, whej he shakes his ;uiv"
I farti him for his breakfast.
! "An I uh.it i the name of this
chaw''" ake.l Dumoulin.
M C!i:triem;iine.' saiil the greengrocer. "But
1 ...k w:ifi one .! A of the devil, one is sure to
'hi-h prove, that t!ie genius of the K.i!ei , ,
of .Menus is universal. 1 only rejiroatlt imn 5r
having Wen jealous of Mdiere."
" Iah! actor's jealousy," said Rose-Pump .
" Naughty girl!" cried Niniw Moulin. ti.i-..t.
iii;i her with his linger.
" Hit if you are going t x ermi ate Mi line
lo a Sainte-t'ol unite, who is soinewh t hike ,v.;i ui
how atiout your marriage?"
" M jou nal will advance it, on th contrary
Only think! editor-in-chief is a superb position;
the sacristans will praise, and push, and support,
and bless me; I shall get LaSainte-l'olombe ami
then, what a life I'll lead!"
At this moment, a postman entered the shop,
and delivered a letter to the greengrocer, saying:
" For M. Charlemagne, post-paid! "
"My! "said Rose-Pompon; "it is for the little
mysterious old man, who has such extraordinary
ways. Does it come from far? "
"I believe vou; it comes from Italv, from
Rome," said Ninny Moulin, looking in his turn
at the Utter, which the greengrocer held in her
hand. "Who is the astonishing little old man
of whom you speak?"
"Just imagine to yourself, my great apostle,"
said Rose-Pompon, "a little old man, who has
two rooms at the bottom of that court. lie never
sleeps there, but comes from time to time, and
shuts himself up for hours, without ever allow
ing any one to enter his lodging, and without
any ne knowing what he does there."
"He is a conspirator," said Ninny Moulin,
laughing, "or else a coiner."
" Poor dear man," said Mother Arsene, " what
" U li re's the horns "
' II. iv, by the side of the house that little old
man, ul.o walks with his pastry, and his umbrella
under his arm."
" Rodin!" ejaculated Ninny Moulin, retreating
hastily, ami descending hurriedly into the shop,
in order not to be seen. Then he added: "You
say the gentleman calls himself "
"ChurhiiMgne do you know him? " asked the
" What the devil does he do here, under a false
name? " said Jactpies Dumoulin.
" Niny Moulin," said Rose-Pompon, with im
patience. " You are quite inquisitive. "
"Then Rodin has two rooms in this house, and
comts here mysteriously," said Ninny Ihimoulin,
more and more surprised.
"Come here,"' said Rose-Pompon; "you can see
his windows from Philemon's bedchamber."
" Kxcuse me, I'll go into the passage way, that
I may not meet him," said Dumoulin.
When he could escape being even perceived by
Rodin, he glided from the shop crossed the hall
and at once mounted to the stairs, which led to
the apartments of Philemon and Rose-Pompon.
"Mv dear Mr. Charlemagne," said Mother Ar
sene to Rodin, who had just crossed the thres
hold. "You come twice in a day; that is some
thing extremely rare."
" " You are too polite, my good lady," said Rodin,
with a very courteous bow; and he entered the
shop of the greengrocer.
(To be Continued.)
l'apal Sct-l!n( U.
As I see it the pope, and especially
Archbishop Ireland, and even the en
tire papal hierarchy of this country
have met with a decided set-back from
which they msy never recover. And
it would seem that God has chosen this
war with Spain as the means of accom
plishing this result as will doubtless
toe developed more ful'y in the future.
There was a time when patriotic Amer
icans believed that President McKln'e j
would have a clear American adminis
tration, but when It was found whom
he had chosen for his special advisers
and who were selected to fill his ap
pointments, his patriotic American
friends, who elected him president,
were very much disappointed. But
such was the papal pressure brought to
bear upon him by Romanized politi
cians, especially by Archbishop Ireland
and other papists of great influence,
that he had not strength of backbone
enough to stand up against them but
yielded to their requests and was used
very largely to carry out their pur
poses. Passing over many Roman Cath
olic appointments of the president for
want of space, I will refer to the nomi
nation of McKenna to the judgeship in
the supreme court of the United States
who was a Roman Catholic. It was
believed by many that the president
would not do such a thing but he did
it nevertheless; and so Romanized was
the Senate that it quickly confirmed
his nomination. And up to this time
the pope, Archbishop Ireland and the
whole papal hierarchy of this country,
in Washington, D. C, had almost every
thing in politics their own way and
were exulting in their popular influence
and political power.
But the present war with Spain has
already put a decided damper upoa
papal prospects in this country. The
pope undertook through Archbishop
Ireland to strongly advise the Presi
dent, his cabinet and Congress against
war with Spain, evidently not for hu
manity's sake, for why did he not at
tend to that matter before, but simply
because he knew that war with Spain,
if successful, would prove disastrous if
not ruinous to the "holy catholic
church" as a political power in this
country and perhaps throughout the
world. Hence the infallible pope did
in this instance prove himself to be
fallible in misjudging altogether the
patriotism, humanity and grit of the
American people, and over-rated his
own i mportance as a man, as a foreign
er with no political or civil authority
in our government. And how must the
pope and Archbishop Ireland and his
whole posse of papal lieutenants have
felt when they were informed in sub
stance by Congress that their advice
was of no account in this war with
Spain and that it did not want and
would not accept any more inter'erence
from any papal sourca in reference to
Cuban affairs, and that the American
government was amply able to manage
its own affairs and has shaken rtT, I
trust forever, the icfluenca of the old
man on the bank of the Tiber who,
with other papists, have been so med
dleome in the affairs ef state and gen
Now then we sincerely hope that
neither the President or any Congress
man will ever again cater to Rome for
place or power in politics under any
circumstances, realizing that it would
be far more honorable and glorious to
be assassinated by papists, if it must be,
than to turn traitor to our American
principles, to our country ard to hu
manity, thus identifying ourselves with
papal politics. But I am aware that
citizens in high or low positions whose
first allegiance is to the pope of Rome
cannot be good and loyal to this gov
ernment and, if in office, will be likely
to be turned down at the next election.
But one thing is sure, the Roman car
dinals, archbishops, bishops and priests
and the rank and file will from now on
be watched very closely, not to much
for what they sy, for their word can
not be depended upon for one moment
when the "holy church" is concerned,
but for what they do and the influence
they exert upon others.
And now let me say a word to our pa
triotic Americans. As I see it, the pa
pal political power in congress is now
broken and if that body caters no more
to Romanism and will not accept again
its un-American counsels itwill continue
to decrease until congress shall become
truly American, extending to every de
partment of government throughout
the nation. Now is the time for vig
orous action in politics. Powerful ar
guments can be drawn from the pres
ent noble and truly patriotic stand
both of Congress and of the President.
Then as Congress becomes sick at
heart of Romanism and its counselors,
as I hops it will, whatever political
party may be in power, let the begging
nuns be expelled from the government
buildings in Washington, D. C; the
papal prison nunneries be opened at
any time to public inspection; the con
fessional be abolished, and also collect
ing money for masses under false pre
tenses, all of which are un-American,
greatly injurious to morals and to the
welfare of the state which all good cit
izens are bound to protect. J. G. P.
the ignoraDt Spaniards see? Will
they learn that parochial schools can
not compete with public schools? In
these days when battles are fought
with machinery and by machinists,
popish catechisms and popish prayers
with bead counting are useless. Before
this can appear in the columns of your
most excellent paper, another demon
stration of the superiority of our public
schools and open Bible over parochial
and popish prayer books will probably
be given near Cuba. Porto Rico has
already witnessed the bombardment
and the destruction of its forts at San
All this terrible war might have been
saved, if Cleveland had done his duty
like an honest man, when he was in the
White House! And McKinley, had he
listened to the A. P. A. leaders who
elected him, could have cut it short;
but he listened to archbishops and
cardinals from the Romish power, and
trusted in their promises. He may
learn that he was leaning on a broken
reed! And yet he goes on appointing
popish generals and popish priests to
carry on our war against the prayers
of the pope and his popish followers!
How can a priest pray for the success
of our arms, when he knows the pope is
praying for the success of his beloved
Spain? Or how can Brigadier General
Coppinger, a strong Roman Catholic,
plot to thwart the prayers of the pope?
Our country is at this moment over
run with Roman Catholic spies. One
by the name assumed of Downing
who was recently arrested has commit
ted suicide in the barracks here, leav
ing many papers showing that the Ro
man Catholics are mostly for Spain.
This is a war for freedom of conscience
and the pope is against it.
Lesson of the War.
Washington, D. C, May 12, 1898.
The victory of Admiral Dewey at
Manila is now well-known throughout
the civilized world. It was science
against the popish catechism! Will
Edocste Tour Bowel With Ca.caraU.
Candy Cathartic, curs constipation forever.
Wo,2Sc. If C O C. Ow 'Twists refund money.
alive to Spanish treachery fr sone
time, have now it doubled their vigil- '
liti'rnt explosion of powder wiV.t In J
Tirkiui part f th country are gener
ally understood to be the) work of Minis
mmmm wnntc ed with the Spanish
government. The first of incite mj
currod in the California l'oder Mills
situated near the town of San' Cruz.
Near this place Is an IMMENSE MON
ASTERY that it ENTIRELY OCCU
I'lEI) MY SPANISH JESUITS (Note
this, ALL 3 ESI 'ITS are ROMAN
CATHOLICS. ElMTOU 1
In looking Into the caust) of tins sud
den destruction of tin mills, the war
department was able to get the strong
est circumstantial evidence that the
explosion was the work of TWO OK
Till: INMATES OF THIS KSTAI1
LISHMENT. The closest watch is
now being maintained upon the monk-,
and li is not Improbable that some
i-b'ps wil be taken to send the in all
out of the country.
No-lu lls.- r.ir Fifty Outs.
fiuaninteed tolmcio liaint cure, makna weak
nun siroutf, biood pure. ooc. II. All druggists
Destruction of Fswder Mills Charged to
The Boston Citizen's remarks on the
following article will apply to the Om
aha papers, so far as charging the
crime to the Jesuits Is concerned:
The Detroit Free Press of May 2, un
der a big heading "Destruction of
Powder Mills Charged to Monks"
prints this dispatch, which, although
stamped Copyright, 1898, James Gor
don Bennett," did not appear in the
Boston Herald, which claims to print
the James Gordon Bennett news:
Washington, May L Spanish spies
are understood to be responsible for the
recent explosions of powder mills in
California. OFFICIAL REPORTS
MADE TO THE WAR DEPART
MENT present the STRONGEST
KIND OF CIRCUMSTANTIAL EV-
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v Knd V two fwnt utampa to pay pnatac.
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