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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
Fifty Years in the
Church of Rome
W "a saaije.
BY. KKV. CIIAKI.KS CHINIQL'Y,
For the Balance of 1898, for
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Is Marriage a Failure? $1.00
Popular Medical, Sal Science
A Sensible Book for Curious People-A Useful Book for Everyone
T KIW IORK'8 MOST CELEBRATED MCDU'il IfTHOR AND SPECIALIST, DR. I. B. FOOTE.
Or Coubsb You Want to Know
, iVfiAT Everybody Ought to Know.
ThS YorNQ how to choose the beet ono to marry;
Tub Married how to be happy in marriage;
The Fond Parent how to have prize babies;
The Mother how to have them without pain;
The Ouldlesh how to be fruitful and multiply;
The Cvrioi'b how they "growed" and come to be;
The Health Y-how to enjoy life and keep well;
The Invalid how to pet well again Bpeedily ;
The Imprudent how to regain wasted energy.
All who want knowledge that is of most worth
Find it in Dr. Foote's "Plain Home Talk,"
1,0(M) pages, 200 cuts, 36 col. plates; 200 recipes.
iTaAKES ALL t LAM.F.S1 A BOOK FOR THE MAbSESI
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JtT l-DISEASES AND THEIR CAUSES, PREVENTION AND CURL
MIT H.-CHR0NIC DISEASES OF ALL SORTS, AND ALL PARTS, INCLUDING "PRIVATE" FOR BOTH SEXES
HXX IB.-PIAIN TALK ABOUT CONJUGAL RELATIONS, ERRORS, REFORMS) MARRIAGE IN ALL COUNTRIES.
tU( W.-IMPR0VEMENT OF MARRIAGEi A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED AND ALL WHO HOPE EVER TO BE.
Contains over 200 prescription! for relief and curt of acuta and chronic disorders
common to adults and children) complete table of antidotes to poitonsi Illustrated
iirections for resuscitating the drownedi hygienic rules for the are of Infants.
Yin IT J TT? TFl1 J ' ,h "' thin book and the eat Isf act ion tt give tothoughTul,
-ilW i iXiZmt earliest nut tritely m.tuWnt- people caa be properly elated bere.
10XXJt.TE8. 30 CBROMOS.
Vara toiny of Man and of Woman) The Origin or I.lr: Man from the I
Mian trnereal t.ruittnat Three KlrganiTnlor flair, of llal and
Over illiiairallona of Kivial lrvrlonnirnii It I'rue
laluriltpra by olor 1'hulueraphy. in Kite lolura.
Etc Dlaraere of lha
Are You Well ?
OOO HEALTH la me
hiHio too tiuiriHy hIImIiNhL
1' Id we torutimttly tliim
rtuwifl frHn blrili r 't to
vt rtH'kh-iw uf tin tr lif rtmtrf.
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m niMMMutitKli tolfuru how to
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hy rtHn(r "I'lntn Home
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, t?rrr In ttM, tniiitv
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lb nfl, ttKltt luring in wamn, vlv , ne., nd llir H
fowrfnl ctntouis of ot'Mv whorvl'T nmuy of tli
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tton. This rliaptrr showa why thouk'ini- ytmitx
K-lka to aatray.bow prontltutioQ liu Iwi-oinr pn- a
Mcot, whr It will nut down, how lt iwm-ful dlm-a-a
rf snvvtd to tlif "InnotTiit" HK't atartlliiK aud
turporunt facta to know.
The rtwiilta of a mad cbaae for wealth, of over
wnrtt, ovrr-iUudr, fallnree lu buluraa, th fan tlist
blih tt the basia of wealth not r Wki and the
unr and effwra of horrible mrlancholy ibt-ws
iw U luatters ft would be well forjou to ttiiuk over.
Are You III?
THEN" von are Indeed a rare mm
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how tt came about, what's the
matter and what 'a to be done.
iH-ther 11 h "only a W." a
rhroule ratarrh. ir aouiethlne?
mure aerloua that baa "arlllrd
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luiw" the earih-r yon ret thle
kno wletle the hmp'r you w ill II ve.
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rarest, paralysis, akin dlaeaaea, scrofula, elc. Yrt,
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mi nopmir to n aa
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dlnlrult to vet out,
that tt Is well worlk
while to "lie sure you
are right before you
go ahead." There H
no book ao helpful in
enahllug you to select
wisely as "Plata
Home Talk." You
can learn eomethlng
from other's mistake.
The History of Mar.
riaar of all kinds. In
niiarinerimenta some nations hae made, ancient
and modern, barbarous and clvllUed, help us to know
hut not to do. The sexual Immorality (trow Inn out
of unsiii tailed nature and marriage nilsttts. theblatory
of nroailtutlon, lis prevalence, allurrnienta.danKers,
rcMih. iheeffortsof religions and aaeeilcism to sub
duo and control the dominant paNlonall these tud
lesnre fruitful In Indicatuiff pitfalla lo avoid. On
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physical, menial and mne:net1con early marriages,
liucrmarrlaicc, elopeulenls, etc., etc., aid thereadorto
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spring, to avoid "Lucifer Matchee," and lo escape the
rat trap and lottery kinds of marriage.
Are You Married?
THEKK are cbap.
tera equally useful
In showing yon
"how lo be happy
i hough married,
lauy married peo
ple would get along
better If they knew
bow to arlapt them
selves to each other,
and would try to un
derstand one an
other's needs. They
ought to read what
an "1'laJn Home Talk"
II tavs aNuit the true
philosophy of Inter-
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on health and evil
of perveralona, "the wormwood that embitter social
life," etc., etc. Many will nnd much satisfaction In
the chapter on barrenness which hasbeen the mean
of great jor to many a cttlldlest paw, skiing them to
discover and remove the oltacle. Other like lu
nnluue "essay for married people" treating of equal
It v, steeping apart, excess, moderation, Jealousy, In,
difference, prevention, continence, food for preg
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children of second husband resemble tlie Brat, etc., etc.
In short, men and women hesitate to talk with their
home physicians concerning many delicate ajuee
linns that perplex them add that they really need to
understand, and which this book will enlighten them
on but rmvmtar lo u fail lo do m.tle author
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rvri'XPT TTTTW yn Hready have "soToethtnit like If or "trjst an (rood." Hnndrede have
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POPULAR EDITION, Cloth Binding, Prepaid by Mail, $ 1 .50
American Pnblishi (p.
In the Year 1900 Rome Will
pkf This Country and
Keep It Hecker.
She Ua,tTut Kdlirlosi I.lbeHy IOmI;
Kntliirrrt t'ntil thf Oppoallf Side ran
l 1'nt Into EtTW't W llhout In.
It runs on Van liu re n St
Magnificent Aggregation of Rewards
rratcctod by h Copyright Law of tb Catted Mettea.
70.000 ... GRAND PRIZES
Jurtf th, Kthnrrb. !directy in front of the
EJuratlon outaldt or tn Catholle
Church li a damnabla hertsy. Pop
Education must b eontrolltd by
Catholic authorltlea. urn to war and
bloodshed. Catholic World.
I frankly eonfeaa that the Cathollca
atand before the country aa the ene
mies of the public achoola. Father
I would aa soon administer aacra
ment to a doa aa to Cathollca who
end their children to public achoola.
The public achoola hae produced
nothing but a godlesa reneratlon of
thlevee and blackguards. Father
It will be a Klorloua day In thla
winntry when under the lawa the
school evatem will be ahlrered to
places. Catholic Telearraph.
The public achoola are nurseries of
Ice; they are rodlea and unlpea aup
preaaed vlll prove the damnation of
tbl country. Father Walker.
We muat take part In the elections,
move In a aolld mans In every atate,
aralnat the party pledeed to sustain
the Integrity of the public achrtols.
The common achoola of this country
are sinks of moral pollution and nur
series of hell. Chlenro Tablet.
The time Is not far away when the
Roman Catholic Church of the R
nublle of the United States, at the
order of the Pope, will refuse to ray
their school tax. and will send bullets
to the breasts of the Kovernment
a rents rather than rav It. It will
come onlckly at the click of a trlirtrer,
and will be obeyed, of course, aa com
In from Almighty Ood. Mar. Capel.
"Wo bate Proteatantlam: we detest
It with onr whole heart and soul."
"No man baa a rleht to choose his
rellelon." Arcrtbltthor rTvts In
Freeman's Journal, Jan. 29. 1R52.
"If Catholics ever araln sufficient nu
merical malorltr In this country, re
Ilsrloiiaj freednrp d " Cath
olic Shppherd of the Vallev, Nov. l
"Protestantism, of every form, has
not. and never can have anv rlfht
where Cathollcltv Is triumphant." T)r.
O. A. Tlrownson's Catholic Review,
"We have taken this principle for a
hasls: That the Catholic rellrlon with
all Its rlehts. omrht to be exclusively
dominant. In such sort, that every
other worship shall he banished and
Interdicted." Plna IX. In his allocu
tion to a Consistory of Cardinals.
"Protestantism why, w should
draw and auarter It. and hansr up the
wow's rnpat. We would tear It with
nlncers and Are It with hot Irons! Fill
It with molten leaa and sink It In hell
fire one hundred fathoms deep.'
Father Phelan, Editor Western Watch
man. "Rellstlons llbertv Is merely endur
ed until the opposite side can be car
ried Into effect, without peril to the
Catholic Church." Bishop O'Con
nor. The Roman Catholic is to wield his
vote for the purpose of secnrlns: Cath
olic ascendency In this country."
Father Hecker, In the Catholic World,
"Undoubtedly tt Is the Intention of
the Pope to possess this country. In
this Intention he Is aided bv the Jes
uits and Catholic prelates and priests."
Brownson's Catholic Review, July,
When a Catholic candidate ia on a
ticket and his opponent Is a non
Catholle. let the Catholic candidate
have the vote, no matter what he rep
resents." Catholic Review, July. 1894.
"In case of conflicting laws between
the two powers, the laws of the
church must prevail over the state."
Plus IX. Syllabus 1864.
"We hold tbe stare to be only an
Inferior court, receiving? Its authority
from the church and liable to have Its
decrees reversed upon appeal."
Brownson's Essays, p. 282.
"We do not accept this government
or hold tt to be any government at all,
or as capahle of performing any of tha
proper functions of government If
the American government Is to be sus
tained and preserved at all. It must
I be by the rejection of the principles
of the Reformation (that Is. the gov
ernment by the people), and the ac
ceptance of the Catholic nrincinle,
which la the government of the pone."
Catholic World. September, 1871.
"I acknowledge no civil powers
Cardinal Manning, speaktng In the
. name of the Pope. S. R. S.. 187S.
j "The Pope, aa the head and month
! piece of the Catholic Church, admln
1 latere Its discipline and Issues orders
j to which every Catholic nnder pain
; of sin roust yield obedle ."Cath
olic World, of August. 1868.
"In 1900 Rome will take this coun
try and keep It" Priest Hecker.
"The will of the Pope Is the supreme
law of all lands." ArchbIshop Ireland.
We have plenty of the issue of Jan
uary 28, containing the exposure of
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Saven-ad THKAM. will be distributed njually the OrUNU AOGKLOAtlON OF MONTHLY PHlZLs, fully eiplatned
WE PAY PRIZE8 BEFORE YOU WIN THEM.
etc On th ..me line that tha (reat l,.l. iBMraae. Companies advance money on pouciea. In oth worda uy P'"""a
ia advance. W. sli.ll, howrverTdo bu.inees with our sulwnlien ion mora liberal terms. "JJ'X,liSjrZ
TiiVL'aailA'VB ..J lim n uh.i-ci.kth. tn kv and LACE PIN 8. etc-etc. at much ta than regular wholeU
LvEKand OOI.U BKACE1.ET8, SCahP and LACE PIN8, etc, etc, at much leM than regi
!,rvalas placed upon these goods doe, aot repmient their retail value, vie will send oursuti
aw uwr "i in'
nth. if vou trv r
if you at quick, you can instantly detect the
fflfla oootstions when looain
Tha aducated have no better chance than others. There is NO CHAr.Cr.rOn frlAUU.
read rarefullv, act promptly, and tl win a.A.lt Anir r.vr.ni myra ..
ALL HAVE AN EQUAL CHANGE TO WIN.
nrici-av. Hetl.arBr VaVla DlaVeXl UIKin IRfM MOM QOPl IT iitbtiii mrir man .i.ic. w.i. ..a-... -''.
for UuMcttn, and thry cu keep Uvea if aatiif artor. andjpay for tbam oat of the brtiea they win in the monthly awarua.
Doean I th prove that we KNOW VOU CAN WIN VAU'ABl.K ntlAW
hen lmkiriaT for tin? in in ('KKAM.
lou keep your eyet opeB.
mi a "a-s at aUi aariCP. Has at summit nrnlSP the all DtTTUHOn OT BU U-BITW, H'ViiJ a.araauu.
and StlDlillr of tb. fo"prvSru5 Curate informaUon will b, Bt"f''-'"!j "'l"m"ls H"1"'
with an lllaatrated saAalsa-wsof goods you caa have sent you NOW, to be paid for as stated shove.
Th" fo" h, high ofncial. in our own city ia a fasraatss ol tha ai(k casracUr and raUsbUtty
of the CREAM hiBLfcllINO COMPAJI . BlLfSST, Mstl... IT. S. A, J.n. a. WW.
To TR Pi)!.! -We cheerfully aertlfy thst the Ofncer. snd Directors of tl.. CREAM . PIIBUMIINO IU of
this cSy, ail personally knows to ua. and that they are luascially re.pon.ible, thoroughly reliable, honorable grntlemes.
aad luMly enjoy ue connuance OI mecofnmuniij.
(Signed) Htaar U KiLonas, Postmaater,
I.twis A. KaowiToa, Pres. Peoples' National Baaa.
J.y. a. fliaaiui. U. 8. Coll. of Customs, JMrs FTTS, Tress. City of Hellsst.
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