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I Teltow Citizens
The following is. in part, (he ser?
mon delivered by Cardinal Oibbnos.
of Baltimore, before the recent Euch?
aristie Congress in a sslon at Lon?
Cardinal Gibbons' sermon was In
part as follows: ?
"I say unto you thai many shall
come from the Bast and tie West, and
shall sit down with Abraham and
Isaaac and Jacob in the kingdom of
wosven- Natt. VIII., IL
"I ?Stenn It a great honor and
prlvlllege that members of the hlcr
srchy of the United States should
?alte with their brethren of the liitt
Ish Isles, and of the Continent of
Kuri-pe in celebrating among you this
Love-Feast of the Burcharist.
"I sni Indebted for the favor con?
ferred on DM to the kind partiality
of your beloved Archbishop, whose
pressing invitation I accepted as u
command. And in appearing before
wot I am endeavoring to pay a debt of
' gratitude to the ArchJiocese of West
miniht'-r?for, when we eel brateJ,
some years ago, the centenary of the
establishment of the American Cath?
olic hierarchy. Cardinal Manning "ax
worthily represened in Iialltnure i?v
one of his venerable colleagues. We
earnestly hop? that the occasion, so
vuggestive of your good will to your
brethren beyond the sens, may con?
tribute to strengthen the bond of fe -
lowshlp between the clergy and people
of England and of the Cnitcd States.
"But there are otlier and higher
reasons than personal friendship to
Justify the partlcipatlou by American
prelates In the ceremruies of today.
Though we are separated from you
by an ininruise ocean, we are united1
with you, thnnk God, in the heritage
of a common faith. We, across the
Atlantic, claim, as well as you, to be
the spiritual children cf Gregory,
Augustine and Patrleh. of Albar and
Venerable Bode, of Anselm and TUom
as of Canterbury, of Peter and Plus:
we have with you. "one Lord, one
faith, one baplhim, one God and Fath?
er of all." Yes, our kinship I? strong?
er and more endearing than thut which
Is created !?>? flesh ami blood. When
I entered your cathedral this morning.
I could ray to you all. In the name of
my countrymen, and In the language
of the Apostle cf the Gentiles: "We
are no more strangers and foreigners,
but we are fellow-citizen* with the
saints, and of the household of God,
built upon the foundation of the
apostles snd prophets Jes-us Christ
himself being the chief corner-atonV
This sentiment Inspires me witii con?
fidence, and makes me feel at home;
for, I am addressing you as brothers
in the faith, and 1 can speak to you
with all the warmth and affection or
the same apostles; "My mouth is op n
to yon." fellow-Catholics of England,
"my heart is enlarged."
The Same Paith.
"Yes, my brethren, the same faith
that Peter preached iy Rome, and
Paul in Athens, the faith that Augus?
tine brought to England, and Patrick
to England, the faith that Remigius
preached in France, and that your own
Boniface taught in German-/, the
same faith thst Columbus carried to
America, this is the fsith that is an?
nounced to yon and to us from Jan?
uary to December: "Jesus Christ yes?
terday and today, and ihe same for?
"But. we inherit, net only th? tradi?
tions of your Christian faith; we in?
herit, not also the traditions of your
civil ' political freedom. The Great
* Charter of Liberty. which Card?
inal I.angton of Canterbury and the
English Karons secured from King
John, on the plains of Runnymede, Is
the basis cf our constitutional Thir?
ties. We share with you In the fruit
of vour victories.
"We have not only a common her?
itage of civil and political freedom, but
we also speak the same language?
the language of Chaucer and Shake?
speare, of Pope and Dryd"n, of Ten?
nyson and Newman. The steady
growth of the English sneaking
Church, during the last three een
tnrl -s. is truly crstlfylng. and may he
considered j'"nctnenal. "At the
Council of Trent, held in the sixteenth
century, ther-? were present only four
bishops who spoke our ion sue; one
came from England, and three from
Ireland. Scotland was not r present
ed. The American continent had but
recently been discovered, and Aus?
tralasia was a terra Incognita. There
are now upwards of two hundred
bishop* ruling dioees -s where Eng
lish is the prevailing language. An
English-speaking hierarrhv I? estab?
lished in England. Ireland and Scot?
land, the I'nlted State- and Canada
tli East Indies and Australasia. And
aaould another KTumenlird C'eiEdl
tv held during the present cectnr.
there is no doubt ihat every dtvi*i-wt
Of our gh>b> would be lareeu repre
een ted bv Knrd sh ?p'aking pre "ate a
professing the anrn-nt faith and im?
tng spiritual allegiance t.-? tr1- Sov
er-lgn pontirf of r ?.
Another Bond of Union.
"Th- rl treh In the t'nitcd Rates
na? another tond ?-f andda wtth the
Church In Great Britain, and Ihn* i?
;.??!? Catholic 1 leiatii'-i ve-t ir, r> ???
?lor th ? classic write-* of C?rl~?rt.
was"?? deuvaiB 1* ?* wide a* thv .:';'
?ash Empire th Ca'hnic auth ? a wlo
fVnrbiiH-d among >om in th- . i_-h' ? i'b
nod nim-tenth rewtaftea are h-< i.
bo'rl names am eg u- Owr rvefey
and edncat- d lau are almtst as f*T?ll
far as yon are. with th ? wiit'ng- i f
Bishop Nay. Bishop OaTtoncr au t
far. Nilner. of Albar Batter an?; He.
Ungar*, of Path r k?'-- :rd F--I. -
Crlerldare. snd of ihr ihrer ;l!e?':.ei
Cnrwtnnhi who have ?b?d ?n rmfndfcwd
I net re on the Cbnr?-h m Fnctan ? bv
fJhssT ftterary sabots as well as by
their ap>u??o|?r ltv< s I r. r. r t > the im
mortal t-dcmvlrt. Wiseman. N.snun
and M sawing
~Wi have n< t only 'be nanae tan
gnage and literature tut we live wa?
iter practleatly the *i%n>e v?,t-m of
Ceivemtnrst. on are rated I v a e B
stirnttnnl mons-rbi. we sr- rw ed h
a luaanllul?eoai repeblw- The h< ad
of ewr notiea Is the Pr-miKnt. th
With the Saints
.bead of your nation In the Kiug, the
: son and suc-ce>s r c f u Queen, whoa'-1
j long, and prosperous reign wlil b;)
over nietnoralil? In the annals of Brig
llaud, and whose domestic- virtues com?
manded the veneration und lovt of uer
Isubjects, and the admiratl n of tfa?
!clvlll/.e,i world. Though the forms ol
; gorernnieiit ditfi r in name, they arc
I the same in their practical r< suits,
jW? Loth enjoy the inestluable bless
jing.-: of civil ami religious litorty.
O.ir respective gov<Turnouts hold over
us the aeg's of their protection with?
out interfering with uh in thy exer?
cises of our sacred functions.
"This remark may he especially em?
phasised in regard to four colonies.
1 have conversed with Hishops from
Canada, from Australia. New Zealand
and other possessions of the lirltlshj
Empire, and they wer - all loud In their
praise of the fr-edum which they en-l
Joy as prelates of the Catholic Church I
America's Mother Church.
I "But there are still stronger and
more enduring ties binding th" Cath?
olic Church of America to the Church
In England.
"Maryland, the mother church c;J
the United States, was founded by
English Catholic.-. Leonard Calvert.
the brother of Lord Baltimore, and
the leader of the English Catholic
colony, desirous of securing liberty or
worship for his co-rehgioutsts, sullexl
with ihem from ("owes. Isle of Wight,
in the *rk and the Uove?fitting mes?
sengers to carry the fcriune.s cf the
pioneer pilgrims. They reached their
destination on the banks of th- i'oto
m.ac. In 1034.
"This colony of British Catholics
was the first to establish on American
soil the blessings of civil and religious
liberty. While the Puritans of New
Engluud persecuted otaer Christians,!
and while the {episcopalians of Vir-|
,uinia persecuted Puritans, Catholic
Maryland gave freedom and hospi?
tality to . iritan.s and Episcopalians
alike. In the wcrds of Bancroft, the
fcuiidatlon of the colony of .Mary.an i .
was peacefully and happily laid. Wit t.
In six months it hud advanced more
than Virginia had done in as many
years* Dut far more memorable was
the character of the Maryland Insti?
tutions. Every other country in th"
world had persecuting laws, but
through the benign adininistr .tlon ol
the government of that province, no
poison professing to believe in Jesu
Christ was permitted to be molested
on account of religion. I nder the
munificence and superintending inliu
ness of IiOrsI Baltimore, a dreary wild?
erness was soon quicken *d with
swarming life and activity cf prosper-!
cou settlements; the Reman Catho-I
iles, who were oppressed by th;? laws!
of England, were sure to find a peace-1
fill asylum In the quiet harbors ol tbe|
Chesapeake; and there, too. Protes?
tants were sheltered fri.m Prote-tant
intolerance. Such were the beautiful '
suipleas*ander which Maryland start-j
ed into being. Its history is the his?
tory if benevolence, gratitude, andI
One More Link.
"I will add one mor> link to the
chain cf nalloked associations be-:
tween the Catholic Church In England
Bad America. The first itishep of the!
United States was consecrat d in Eng
land by an English prelate, John Car
roil, the first Archbishop of Haltinu.re,
and the Patriarch of t,.e American]
Church, was consecrated in 17'.?", in i
thj Chapel at Lulworth Castle. IXir-j
art-hire, the elegant seat of Thomas
We'd. When the proprietor of Lul?
worth heard cf the appointment of
l>r. Carroll, be invited him to be his,
guest. May the Ijord shew ni>rry to
thee. Thomas We d, for the hospitality 1
thou didst >xtend to the infant Church!
of America in the person of her first
Bishop. . . .'.
"Clcrious is this day for the Church
of God. which sees new nations crowd?
ing into her bo <>m; glorious for the
Prelote elect, who goes forth to Conquer
these nation*, for Jesus Christ; not by
the effort of human i?->wcr. but in the
muht of these weapons that have ever
triumphed In this divine warfare.'
He asserted that the daughter woul ;
me day outstrip th^ mother in the
multitude of her spiritual ehiidrt n.
The pn pheey has Indeed, been ful?
filled. The daughter -xceis the moth?
er In the wealth of her Institutions,
afbl in the nnmber of her oi.*hops j
clergy, snd laity.
."But. my Brethren, whi'- claiming;
thts preemic nee. we acknowledge, with'
filial rovatnsjco, that the Bsuthst has
higher pri rogative.s t" .which th"|
daughter mu-t joyfully yield. Nalta?*|
filiae < ngt ^caxerunt divillas. tn sup-i
crgrcssa es universj*.' Many tlailgh-'
tcrs have gathered together rirhes;^
thr?^ o mother, bast BOTBasM d Hi m
all? * Thou de t e-xc- tue daughter tn
tfce we-alth and splendor of thy wn
? ruble and ha'lowed traditions, in
the "ffnlgent hest of thy glorl u?
ir?rttr? and illustren* cmafOSOCts ?*
they faith
"This Red Letter Day."
"if, ? .] ; .|, ? ?h? .?a-'
a ic? i ?wb la t.ie history of th-|
Calh"? * :urch in Kn/'and it wonll |
S int< resting ar.i Instructive, u |.
bad the tlmi . v f< -m a cremTinri.v n 1?
twi?n th^ pr< ent condition of th
Fcg ish Cb -eh nrd b? r aAnaakn at
tie- bigfceaksa, of th sinete??nth eea>
tury ....
"Oh. What a Change"
"Oh. what change na^ <-f<wi ? over
the fere of this cit> sine - the -ba.?
of Btrhep fhalloner. or. mmdie-d act
Iwewl* i-osea > er- ni .?trta?eat
and c;?svessiv.' were the r- iigt us r
dilrlnu .n h,s da?, that he was or
Itged to o's r\. tin ut mo. t < ire jm
?;?vt|on ua or ak *i the Itn ad o, Ute
end disn,it Ing the ?fi;i| ,f <;<x| |
b?? *rat?ered tl ?ck Ills tat?r ^av?
<t:ititierej t.y Iv'irltiaa bit:
?bar I mthhwaly J??tr.???d ly nwwi
in th?- ' lasrd Qssws*. Oord->n rwws.'
IP- c uM almost lit* rali? son with th
Prophet Etas "Wlh r-al have | l?-en
seal*w< for the X, nj of llonts. be -awwe
the Cetftdrew of laraH have forsaken
1Y\ tesvwsssal it* \ bay aVatrayca
Thy aifrrx, tn?y hate slain Tay
Prophets wlib the sworn, ami I alt no
'am left, and thcv seek my, Iii?, to
take It away. ?till. K . XIX.)
"If his venerable f>?mi were to ai?
pear before us to.iu.v_ he would be-,
hold thin august temple radiant with
all the splendor of our reiemoiilr.
amid Um enthusiastic joy of the Catho?
lic nobility, gentry, and people of
(Ireut Britain at d Ireland, au.I wit it the
benevolent interest < f our separated
brethren and the grut < rgjtis of pub?
lic opinion.
"Over fifty years ago, after ilie re
establishment of the Knglish Catholic
hierarchy, at the Syu d of Oseott. tho
illustrious Dr. Kewjnan preached a
Heruion on the "Second Spring..' in
which, in hii owu tna:cities* style
and silvery voice, he spoke of ths
ho|x's and prospects of ih? Church In
Kngl.ind, after the Winter ef her
tribulations itad passtd away. Had
Cod spar? d him to our .lay. with what
eloquence could be jiortray to you how
tli ? Spring I.ad hlooniu.l and ripened
into Summer; and, as ? proof of tlii<
t|e\ol<ip< in nt; fie could point to litis
mystical tree ?.f life, under whose
stately arch >? we are all a*s< nibleu,
spreading its branches fur and wide,
so that from henceforth, th< usands
may be sheltered beneath it- ample
"jade, and be nourlshtd by its peren
tai fruit <f grace and santificaUou.
"All honor to the Catholic nobility,
g' utry. anj ccmmoualty <f Great
Britain and Ireian.I, who. am d trials
and persecution, have preserved their
faith unsullied; who regarded t.ie
name of Catht lie more precious than
any earthly civic title, like the Hobr w
lawgiver, who "chore rather lo Lv af
lilcted with the p HtpK- if (Sod. than lo
have the pleasure of sin for a time, es?
teeming the reproach <T Christ great-!
er riches than the treasures of the
Egyptians." |
?"When the bishops, clergy, and p' o I
pie are united as you are. there is
such word as fail; you ate sure to suc?
ceed. You form a triple cord wihch
cannot be easily btOKen. . . .
In Footsteps of Amer.ca.
"Walk, my brethren, in the foot?
step* of your pious ancestors. Let IJ
Ik your aim in lite tnat the Church's
heavenly mission of giving light lo
them that sit in darkness, anil of com.
fortlug the broken-hearted, may in
breasc day by day. until England's
future achievements for (Sod ind
country may equal, if not surVass,
her former records even as Jerusalem s
new temple excelled the old. ...
"Take a loyal, personal Interest In
all that concerns the temporal and
spiritual welfare of your cherished
country. No one shi uW b<? a drone
in the social hive. 'Let ?o man Uo an
indifferent spectator of the civil an 1
political events occurring around htm.
When we are enrolled in the army of
the Lord, our duty to our couiury is
not diminished, but Increased. As you
?11 enjoy the protection of a Strong and
enlightened governiii'-iit, so sttould
each man have a share In sustaining
the burden of the C-mmonwi a.tit.
"Abcve all, take an abiding and a
vital Interest In all that effects the
welfare of vonr holy religion. L^'t the
words of the Psalmist be your Inspir?
ing watchword: "If I forget tine O
Jerusalem, In my right hand he for?
gotten. Let my tongue cleave t > the
roof of my mouth, if I do not remem?
ber thee, if I mak" not Jerusalem the
beginning of my joy.'*
"Ami now. my dear An libishrm, I
beg to assure ycur Grace, that I am
not using any conventional phrase
when I offer you my hearty congratu?
lations on ihr- consumption cf your
cherished wi-hes atfer the many
montlis of anxi< .?. thought to which
you have bean sul'Jectej. . . .
"May this spiritual banquet of the
Kti"harist cf which we 1 artak ', in?
crease in our hearts a grtntT love
and devotion fcr Jests Christ our
Saviour, ami fir His Vicar upon
earth: may it draw ns all. Bishops. I
Priests and People n.or ? do ely inj
the bonds of ChriJtijn f ilowship and }
brotherhood: and may this L .v-~-Fcast |
be an earnest and fortast ? of the
heavenly banquet at which we shall
recline wiib Abraham, Isaac ami Jjcob
in the kingdom of heaven, to he for?
ever 'inchr'atcd with the ploniy ot
Gcd's h?*is-e. and to drink cf the tor?
rent of d"light.*"
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Only, of 1247 W. Congress St..
Chicago, tells of a way to befntna
strong: He says: "My mother, who
is o'd and v:r_v veeble. is d> riving so
?Uch benefit froi Electric Ititt rs.
tha' I f":-l it's m<y duty to tell thos<e
who tie d a tonic and strength*ning
medicine alxsit it. In my moih r"?
case a anarked pain in fl ;:h has re?
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and sh-- Is steadily growing stronger.'
Electric Bitters ?piirkly r mcdy s'ofn-:
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ow ugyu-u
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Most of the lots
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advertised Saturday and many new lots will be on sale. If
will be even better than Saturday.
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?<f For (! beautiful Lnne
vJ. Curtain. e*c.h piece
Half Curtain.
?*-fl For 10 yards Fancy
VJL PJai I Dftaa Goods.
Worth 15c yard.
WFor 1 Dozen Regular
10c Towels.
?<| For I Blanket, ] Sheet
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For Ladies' aucl Misses
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12 yards of 15c Saffoljk Suitings in Xew Fall ? I fin
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You are cordially invited to be present.
Fur test $l.-~0 White Blankets
For grcai big Beautiful Ruga
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For 1 black Mere rized Petti?
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For i Flannelette Wrapper and
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For 1 Corset. 1 pair Supporters
1 Corset cover. All for $1.00
For Long Silk Gloves,
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??| For 5 yards Gingham,
^'5 yards Outing Flan?
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Muslin. All for $1.00.
C I a yard for best ?'1.25
*T 1 yard wide Black Taf?
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$| For 2 Hemstitched
? Divessr Scarfs, 1 Doz.
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$| Foe 2 pair Ruffled
A Curtains, 2 Polesand
Fixtures complete.
$| For Mercerized and
A Linen Table Covers.
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$| For choice of any
A $1.50 Leather Purse
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$| For 24 yards of best
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