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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1898)
Fifty Years in the
Church of Rome
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RF.V. CHARLES CHINIQTJY,
For the Balance of 1898, for
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Is Carriage a Failure? $1.00
WHAT ROME TEACHES
fn the Year 1900 Rome Will
a kt This Country and
Keep It Ilecker.
She lWUTbat HIIrlB Liberty Is Only
Endured t'atil (he Opposite Side ran
li Pat Inte EfiVrt W itbeut la.
J 11 ft U the Eetnaa t burch.
I fir ln Chicago
Magnificent Aggregation of Rewards
Freucud by the t'p7riCht Law nf Ik Calt4 Start.
A Sensible Book for Carious People-A Useful Boot for Everyone
I HIW TORI'S MOST CELEBRATED MEDIfll ItTHOB 1RO IPKCIAUST, DB. I. B. FOSIE.
Or Cocese You Want to Know
What Everybody Ought to Enow.
Tttb Yotjno how to choose the best one to marry:
The Married how to bo happy in marriage ;
The Fond Parent how to have prize babies;
The Mother how to have them without pain:
The CiiiLDLEsa-how to be fruitful and multiply:
The CuRiocs-how they "growed" and came to be
The Healthy how to enjoy life and keep well:
The Invalid how to get well again speedily ;
ins Imprudent how to regain wasted energy.
All who want knowledge that is of most worth
Jind it in Dr. Foote's "Plain Home Talk,"
1,000 pages, 200 cuts, 36 col. plates; 200 recipes.
ALL CLASSES! A BOOK FOB THE MASSES!
REALLY FOUR GREAT BOOKS IN ONE LARGE VOLUME.
JMT t-DISEASES AND THEIR CAUSES, PREVENTION AND CURE.
iJl; iH.R,NlC D,SMS OF AU. SORTS, AND All PARTS, INCLUDING "PRIVATE" FOR BOTH SEXES
Kt nSlaSSS HSS? m 0RMS' ? SSmff
TMT .-IMPROVEMENT OF MARRIAGE) A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED AND AU WHO HOPE EVER TO BE.
Contain! vw 200 prwcriptlow for wlief and car of tent and chronic diiofdwf
tommon to adult and children) complete table of antidote to poi'ionn llkntrated
....,,,. . rauKiuiunS in orowneai nygienic rule for th car f infant.
-HO FAIR IDF A f thi. book and the aatlxfaction It (rlw tothougbful
-A earnest fcnd w.stly tnyuititivt ptopl, on be properlj elated here.
w ruin, 30 CBBOKOI. 900 H.T.TT"TT Airnwa
AMMnv of Ma
Ar You Well ?
COD HEALTH ! rare
tKMto too ftnf rally eltifbtrd.
The foriuuMtPly time en
dowed frtmi Mrf li ar apt to
l rc'klts of tliHr UeriieKe.
It ie eu' to low or IImu
iiaip It that Iih-ki fellowe are
inky IjiiIwU tr tlier have
arum enoiikcu to learu how to
itmlntaiii It. Thl all run do
17 nadlng "Plain Home
Talk" on the rauare of die
eaw.errore In diet, imnultea,
tirmlve nirat eailnti, ta
and rofft drluklnie, tlie une
ami ium, of ali ohollct, the
hallte of children, the
prevalence of error of
Tlfror of manhood-a chanter
VMUj that mdenntm
eaa't be rad and heeded too eagerly. I lieutliere
nieroii lce of adulta, the tobacco haMt
5?iLMlj, l''ln 10 women, etc., etc., and the all
'Wrfttj cuMotue of eoclely whereby many of the
y V Vi doomed to "aoelal tar.
lMtK.w ThtB rh.nl.. .K I. awA ...i
T1 chapter ebowe why thouithilene youn
. . " . -' 1 "v w iniituiion dm oeeouiepreva
J: "T It wlO not down, how tta baneful dlaeawe
weverj4 to the "InaoeeBt"-luou elarUlug and
vporUBt faou to know.
jnje reanlu of a mad chaee for wealth, of erer-
Wtl, erertudv. failure In hnaltuu. Hi.
the baala of wealth not wa ewran and tha
I ad r?w..a a I....ki. 1 . . 1 .
BavUer It would be well fur you to UUnk over.
Art You III?
TH EV yoa are Indeed rare maa
If you are But enxloue to learn
bow It came about, what' tbe
matter and what'e to be done,
w hether It be "only a coki," a
chrome catarrh, or aoraethtnf
more eeHooa that be "aetllra
the lm" In bronchltl or
coneumptlon, toe eooaer you And
out bow arrioue It la. and what to
do for youraelf the better. If yon
jnuet learn "now to lire with one
lung" the earlier yon net thl
knowledge the longer yon will live.
Or, may be your particular weak
in toe liver, atomech or
Then you can make no
in earning' tee bee
TuBction. ir yon
Ida or rbenma
the war to ahaka
BnealT rnn can't rnt ... imImi , . in..
tnoa WlMiw. rjt n .1. k ji. 1
vntiv dleeaaee of the "real to-urinary orrant," nodi
V Better become potted on euch thintn a
-netiliua, strict ure and wore forme of eontaatone
'"M '"by the book" tha by eiperlrnce. Toe
will read with atldlly all about Impotency,
inmin, dlaMae of women, nerven alwaeea.
rw-e. naralyeia, ekln diaeaer. acrof alt, etc. Yet,
"awr. one book cannot cover "all the UK that
I k oelr to," and therefore te etuare nUtfacttoM,
. auukorvx Uu announcement thai onupur
"i "P. B. T." who fail to nd la rul kt
w wtaqr tontntt ktm fn perroa or by uutr, vuAout
prranUhe Unjulry will be aoawwed w th beat
of rernlatln thee vital funct
tna of Brhee, nalne. nearalala i
Will an rely pay to look up the
'at 04T. Sorely yon eaa't want to Bed
pot M la
Are You Engaged 7
n 1. 1 nnr-mif to re
on t nurry: i
mi copntnee, me rurt-
einerlnrnte ton Batlom have made, ancient
I modera, barbaroue and civ Hired, help ua to know
i oe eexuai immoramy arowinff out
lurry: and make
Do mleuke. It le eo
wr to (et In and to
dirlicult to net out,
that It b well worth
while to "be eure yon
are right before yon
(0 head," There t
no book eo helpful In
enabling you to eelect
wiaely u "Plain
Hon Talk Yoa
can learn aomethlna
from oilier' mlilakea.
The Ulntory of Mar.
rtntre of ell kind. In
11 conntrlee. the epi-
what not to do.
of ununified nature and marrlase mlenl
of proaiiiutloit, tu prevalence, allurementa, dancer,
reeulta, the efforts of rellirlon and nacellclam toaub
uimauu roniroi ineuonnnant peeetotH-aii uieaegtna
leeare fruitful In Indlcatlnc Bllfalla In avoid. On
the other hand chapters on adaption In marrlaire
pnnlcal, mental and magnetic n early marrlaire.
Iiilerruarrlace, elopements, etc., etc., aid the reader to
make a ood match, select happily for borne and off.
eiirlnc, to avoid "Lucifer Matchee, and to escape Ln
rat trap sod lottery kinds of Karri.
Are You Married?
THERE tr chap
ters equally naefnl
fa. show lac yon
"hew tn he happy
J any married peo
ple would jret alone
letter It they knew
bow to adaDt tbeaa.
elves to each other,
and would try te un
derstand on an
other's needs. They
cut-lit to read what
nnln Home Talk"
its about the trwa
BtiltotoohT of fntae.
course, the "nalar.
I relation of lb
aeies," the Influenco
. . , on neaito and evil
OTMiiuilou, "the wormwood that embitters oalal
life," etc., ete. Many win and much aatkrfartioa m
the chapter on Barren neaa whlcb baabeea the mean
of ftreat joy to many a chlldtees pair, akttnc tnrm to
discover and remove the obstacle. Others like It
unique "eaaay for married people" treat! n of eeuei-
-" i ""a apart, excesa, mooerauon.
Ferenca. nr. ,-.n,t..n . tA
untwofnea, tne explanation of rhlid-nsnklna. whf
children of second b uahaad reeib!e the i rat, etc., etc
In abort, men and women hesitate to talk with their
borne pbyslclans concerntnc many delicate ejaeo.
lione ttiat perplex them and that they really need to
understand, and which this book will enlighten them
on-but remeraaer Mat if it faiXudoM. themuthcr
eaaiMs reed to mare up for tht micm bf rtnimnM
Jtm oftharo to tutaaTuum
DONT THTTa"K"a,",rty6wmert,WttTfrtaiff Hnndredatiava
rrrrtlwi. i "eclared that It I "jiem.itarfo uir aidar oa4ofall other ?kV
ZlSZ' , lt distributed In cheap form to adverune proprietary medicines
TESTIMONY AlaS ? Ihe mo,!f a"' r Jt&ttZm u tvo.
PROFESSIONAL ".'""i1.1 c ,wc'rW". ''. to.w. dior, enaca bar
va. xjijvjxvyaAJtlTen fluerlm endonwment; remarkably few critical. "
POPULAR EDITION, Cloth Binding, Prepaid by Mail, $ 1 .60
American Publishing (Jo.
Education outalda of ua Catholic
Church la a damnable heresy. Popa
Education must ba controlled by
Catholic authorities, eren to war and
bloodshed. Catholic World.
I frankly confeaa that the Catholici
ttand before the country aa the ene
mlea of the public achoola. Father
I would aa aoon administer sacra
merit to a dor; aa to Cathollca who
end their children to public school.
The public schools hare produced
nothing but a grodlesa feneration of
thieves and blacasuards. Father
It win be a rlorloua day in thia
country when nnder the laws the
school BYstem will be shivered to
ploces. Catholic Teleeraph.
The public schools are nurseries of
vice; they are (rodlese. and unlesa sup
pressed will prove th damnation of
this country. Father Walker.
We most take part In the elections.
move in a solid roasa in every state
a-ftlnst the party pledtred to sustain
th Integrity of the public achools.
The common schools of this country
are sinks of moral pollution and nur
series of hell. Chlcaro Tablet.
The time la not far away when the
Roman Catholic Church of the Re
public of the United States, at the
order of the Pope, will refuse to pay
their school tax. and will send bullets
to the breasts of the arovernraent
skents rather than par it. It will
pome oulckly at the click of a triffiter.
and will be obeyed, of course, as com
Ina from Almighty God. Mgr. Capel.
"We hate Protestantism: we detest
if with onr whole heart and soul."
"No man has a rleht to choose his
reHa-ion." Archblshon Huee In
Freeman's Journal. Jan. 29. 1862.
"Tf Catholics ever (tain sufficient nu
merical malorlty ln this country, re
lltrlonn freedom ' ond." Cath
"tie Shepherd of the Vallev, Nov. 23,
"Protestantism, of every form, has
not, and never can have any rleht
where Catholicity Is triumphant" Dr.
n. A. Brownson's Catholic Review.
"We have taken this principle for a
basis: That the Catholic rellelon with
all Its rlRhts, otiRht to be exclusively
dominant, in such sort, that every
other worship shall be banished and
interdicted." Plus IX. in his allocu
tion to a Consistory of Cardinals,
"Protestantism why. we should
draw and ouarter it. and han up th
crow's meat. We would tear it with
nlncers and fire it with hot irons! Fill
t with molten lena and sink it in hell
fire one hundred fathoms deep."
ratner Fheian. Editor Western Watch
"Reilelons Ilpertv is merely endur
ed until the opposite side can be car
ried into effect, without peril to the
Catholic Church." Bishop O'Con
The Roman Catholic is to wield his
vote for the purpose of securlntr Cath
one ascendency in this country."
rsrner Heciter, in the Catholic World
"undoubtedly it la the intention of
the Pope to possess this country. In
this intention he is aided bv the Jes
ults and Catholic prelatea and priests."
nrownson'8 Catholic Review, July,
When a Catholic candidate is on
A. 1 -1 A. w. a .
iickpi ana nis opponent is a non
Catholic, let the Catholic candidate
nave the vote, no matter what he rep
resents. catnoiic Review. Juiv. 1894
"In ease of confUetine laws between
tne two powers, the laws of the
ennren must prevail over the, state,
Pius IX. Syllabus 1864.
we noia me state to he only an
inferior court, receiving its authority
rrom me cnurcn and liable to have Its
necrees reversed upon appeal."
erownson s Essays, p. Z8Z.
"We do not accept this government
or noia it to be any rovernment at all,
or as capable of performing" any of the
proper functions of rovernment It
the American government is to be sus
tained and preserved at all. it mnt
be by the rejection of the principles
of the Reformation (that Is. the gov
ernment oy me people), and the i
ceptance or the Catholic nrtneiyjit,
which la the rovernment of the pope."
uauouc wona, September. 1871,
mcKnowieare no civil power.
Cardinal Manning, speaklnr in the
name or the Pope, S. R. S., 1871
The Pope, as the bead and month
piece of the Catholio Chttrctv. admin
latera Its discipline and Issues orders
to wnieh every Catholic nnder pain
of sin must yield obedle ' ."Cath
olic World, of Anrnst, 1868.
"la 1100 Rome will take this cona
try and keep If Priest Becker.
The will of the Pope Is the supreme
law of all lands." archbishop Ireland.
k. . . . . i ,ivaaiuB a new lo-unetaiivo nil a to real rnnilabln Haaao will nietriaato
runs on Van Buren St l!ett-:L!Sr
Ihildren Ferlaae Kay knorfe at laer tr-NethlM Tealared, hethlac waiaew. .
wt oaxajitu iTiir rtuoa a raixa ,.kdi..,p.i. ,awa. ,.Irr,iirJ.th.
direrflv in frnnt nf ha I AlllOIJirifl n"TI"fltf P".L.? i"t
'J -" - va inv - inn xa Bill fl m nnn mil -'"- WK vt r prnnit aa kaaast
- BtWWIWimiH ShaW I S Ball I
Rock Island &
aclipuu aaa auipamiif aa.r sad tr.tr rr
'a i'f rnaui C
eta. Urn Ta I tciU uul hkM.M.ihM W ....-... t.. . . .1 . .
atadent, and aa ar ahe auv aia a ana. th.l .hall be tl, ah-psBf-ahe lo l.vtaae. Hare hmt .mtt wilt nil.a.
""' ' Inwrnrt then in thaiaiaad auaiaa bu. I A1V.I .,11 .lt. m.V. tT. "VE
Kl I l KNi. " ' "
VTajrr, we aabladt a taa fasaily maaasina ealkd CRKAW.
a TY WUwn.tr' a crv.Oeil lull t.1 fuo aturv, d.elt. ajedutr lit, SMrtry, kiu.,, n-l.J ...lo, na.
rne.u!,,'"?'t?c'!?eta" fw laadu periooUeala taa wurid. No oUur auinuine hk it lCOD a. J
oeaUbluh ( K.aM aa a pet awaeal aaemter of Uia famUy laevary hum where itealria. THIkO, we a.ai luda anat ao
rne. ti ne year. It Is
r.Z. I , r ' f aaeura that our Btitn M lead clear throagh, every hue, taca nuatli. rOOSTI
ww, ..tMin r. i 1 t, iu a A I fc 1 enen ibtv, rihdw auernMera,aDU weaae
eieareaeaititeliiuuwinff tut nf BaiilanaaB aachqaotatMiaeuauiBathea
a SOU) MINK.
ell -known America Gearal. Tlie lUem awd Id hU tne aatter la aactk uuxdatwa are as,
iiaaa, J h akaa - " - ah " ' 1 .1. V.. I. rt, .. .
Let Ha lllnMk T.k. .. . I .-Tl.. I..-, mmAu13 . . T .
ammlathisqaotatloala-Cuaterr Araia. uke aambr VI. "The ai. tiled hiaevn. nearly bliadiiurfcim." fhaieaenHa
aamaiauuauuulauuau-lM.'' w. .-r a... . .1. 1 TT'f yirlilina-
I. " Ttlaleeaet eradicated every splf of ereeti."
READ 0(1 :s
Passenger arriving In Cblcaro can, by the
new union Klevated Loop, reach at y part nf
the cite; or. for a See) eeut fare.cunbe taken
immediately to any of the large stores In the
down town district.
AU Klevated Train will top at the "Hock
Island" Ktatlon. Train every minute. j
Theae facilities run only be offered hv h I
"GltKAT HOCK ISLAND ItOUTE." ,
If you will end a S cent stamp fur po-tiu'e :
we will tuall vou atonre a new tlrd'a-a iina
of Ihlcago, jut Issued ln flee colors, which
show you Just what you want tn know about
Chicago and the new Loop and Elevated bya.
tew. 1 his map you should have, whether you
live out of the cltv and extort tnci n.atn it
or whether you live In Chicago and you t,r
' A couteuipiaus tunning a trip.
JOHN SEBASTIAN. Q. P. A.
The burne I devWMl alufht, proved fatal.
r nelila, ahoaa tha eabm htrhu.
ilualioa, yet tuaBuUfaf laifcd."
-( nur t tfip milntnaeaaa you to.
"The alaat ailed bisiyaa, nearly bliadlnf him."
Down the Inn street they asarehtd to the sound of
me alia arum.
VIII. - The picket turned suddenly lookinr rn mv diieetlon."
IX- - 1'ro.a the lop of the beuk Ms fajed cat'rty apua Uao
X. -Shsluvad lbs carl, yet her aiaiuusr was diataat."
Ree.nlriiHt that many have neither ttme ae opporraairy to searek history for the names ef Anvnr.li General!, wo
narvwith auhmtt a liM of twelve nauw-a. In ahick apprara aerv name in above ouoUUouai GarneuL McCktlaa. "
luater, Ibutuaa, auruaule, Kuaecraba, lJOfatreet, Lea.l'ickett, Larl, Bauka.
1ST 1 1 a BP OA RA PintTa Any pcra"" aendm- aa a4 rm than kvenameanf American Oenerali hum
HfHAI III llll rlHNI ! '"alwlwithUieauinli.rofthequoMUuiia in ahKli namca appear, with l .
Illlftl IU 1W lllltfl eenu toe nvilh.' trtU aubwnptioa to CKKAM.bjiII beentitltdtocooiiKi. n
WA,,0,U "ohm w alio tii s iias or tubia si airrios. tta want
'V 2 " ""' ' '"I;, ,r eta lr rru.Dll,.' trial tubacriptioa
nd Fajuiall n,i,i-itr.a llravv WettfhL RMolif.,11 W..K, C.I.. 1 ..1 T..... ,1-
withll.vy tannine U-ildUainit ana Wtde.Uold Bandtaend aire with order), an Eleeant Solid tiold Killed Scarf Pin.
for the iiMt of Grasd fstrss to ba
intelltin-nt.readiiia oeooir It auhncntierB.
you will receive by return mail the Utnd Faiuiau n.
Ktone. in Tifl.nvor Pniwn
laaraataa theas pnsra to be Ju.t
raauul with inoeeat retail than Yea
Best describes the rates at
Is doing all kinds of Depta)
Set Teeth $5 00
Best Set Teeth.... 7 50
Gold Fillings 11.00 and up
Silver Fillings I 00
Gold Crowns 5 00
Teeth Extracted 25
Teeth out in the mornlniz--
wtc-s oume Liny.
All work at about Half whai
other Dentists Charge.
16 Ykar8' Experience 16
Dr. WITHERS. Dentist.
Fourth Floor Browu Blk.
Sixteenth and Douelas Streets
We have plenty of the issue of Jan
nary 28, containing tha exposure of
Rome's plot to take this country by tha
sword. Ten for 30 cents; fifty for $1.25;
100 for $2. 600 for 7.60; 1.000 for
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We have plenty of the issue of Jan
nary 28, containing the exposure of
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100 for $2. 600 for $7.60; 1.000 for
$10. Have you aent any of that num
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