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MUST all c: rniED PutHc Cchccb Tfiln Pupil ta PAr.cctii'L ccr.ccis cd t:ot C CrsrS Ccszlwm III Ci- Hrrrca Coas: Hirtr Ilrxjao: la cs too frrTbcaesa&uritiao I ttxa ti tsxi!j fj Hi ladifUUal 17 cX cr J tcla, t.Li ti-tl ia orvlar to Eat frc cf prxonJ tsitaac tci prrta b r?tix:jx ao4 Uiik aa isiaaac rilX !iUa Uut frw tur riaa of tta etU, jarseot aJo;Uka. vu a rum dlxtuUfa fore la fr rot roanftt I fdat4 oat hux tSi &?rue Lablij I iu traction iaparV d ia tta patUo asJ parochUl icinJoU. I poiated out that vhilo tb public ctool tin at impartial truth aoJ kaolJj it a!o aim to trala ta niad tcTtsek asd b if-rUM ia ta discoTTj cf ksowUij. aad taat tha paxocMx! acoel ale at Uadic? tKa tcijvX. dcdr tha will aadrtpnsm Xhm ?ixtt ef la-iolxy; that tha ooa taehacX ccatrd and teif raUaaca, w hi! tha other tsachaa control by au taJ d-odac. If the cliuioca ara -tru. tha Inaixtaoea own teaictjuairj parocnia caau u t litti Uca thaa a erica. Tocoapattha atta4aca apoa thaa of tblklrto ia a c.Jf a UisiT ts tha ciildiaa tho aeWt fir it lcata thaa handicap?! with a iirit cf liipeadiaca rathe ti&0 of iadpaadeaca and aelf reliaoca. It U rartactiy aatorai tht la after Ufa they canaot coorata with tha ruths achool Uaratad baa or woman. Look about on ait aUiaa. Who axa tha braia maa acdwoeaavho hat rites prool caoca? Arathty not tha iadepeadaat thiakera, tha It raliaat? lieahoar upoa tha oeitioo of raaulta It maybe olat?mt U quota from thaacechof on IL T. CJtfr el ZUw OrUaxa, a cath- ' oLc eod who rtX a pa?tr tcforatha eathtiic corixca cf Cticrjo Uat kJap. toe bar. Tta raac wta rapcrud by all tha Cti T"r Th word I ucta eaay t foaod la tha Chi rtcTKlura cf ttacha 7kt,aad arrrafcors' ' -Why U It that it craatat pea o reaUc3txa eoCaXhoile? Itlaba eaaao tha vaat oajority cf tha frtat men ara from atardy rural ttock, and tha rural atocx of taa Ualtad tUtaa ia aolui lj, ataaochly proUaUaL Lat aa not abiaaabout prajudica or intolerance, aatl popary and aartet aociatiea, Lat aa tell tha truth to ouraeltaa. Oar ififar ior poAitira. aad it ctaialy La lafmor. U oaiei aiooci wholly to oaraalraa. Tha fraat oaa ef thia aatioa ara . aad will coaticua to ba protsstaaU If peak not cf wacllh, bat of brain, el energy, of actwa. cl taart Tha praat philxnUxrcp lata. ta Cx rtora tha rraat writara, thlakera. khdera, aeiantiata, laTtstora, taachara. ct our Und, bara baaa proUa taatx What ettrrriaaa oa ia tha way wa fcara cl aalciiicj ocrtalvaa of taikJnj baaoooba and epraad aela and of gir Icj tx3j all rouatl 1 am vary aorry to aaythatl craoot vail joia ia thla aa liaaslij ptcsa, Whea I ara how Iirt!y Cilixlinty b raprtaaatad amocj trzt hxt-.a el?aat I leal ia do aprasd ac-la ccod. Whaa 1 nota how faw Ccdica era erjtr hoaax'Jy la UUlt j tha tzzzct coil aad how oaay Catholica era cr--xl ia tha liquor XitCl can not Xzli Inaembo ta anybody. When 1 obaarra tha fcereadez powar aad a eazdirj cf tin Java; whaa I aaa tha wvpzzizt f zr, erijtaality and opptw tunestca cl protectant lay charity arar ticllsr ata oa oor part, and v baa J obaerva tha iacaanaa - aaccaaa and in Cneaea cl aacrat aodatiea. area hara ia thla ooat Catholic citr of tha Union. I hava do baarC for ta2r rTT- Whan redact that out ol tha taUX).000 cl thla aatioa va aunber oaly OjCCC.CCO and oat ct tha 9,000,000 ao larja apjttloaia mada ap of poor fartory handa. poor Dill and chop and mine and railriad employe, poor goreramant derka, 1 till fail to ftad eatarial forbunoomba, for apraad aata or tally (iflng." Cominj frcm tha eource they do, tha foroieg a tier as om have apacial aif ni fl caeca and ahoald zhalleafa thought ful attentioa. Tha apeakar put tba very eittiDraat queatiou: "Why la it that the firataet men of oar aatioa ara ooo ratnohcr Tba acawer fi ran waa that, "It la becauee tha raat majority ol theea (reat mo are from aturdy rural atock. and tba rural atock ia aolidly. ataanchty protMtaat" The answer ia wrong. It ia aot braaaa they coma from tha rural dietneta, nr i it becauea tbey ara BMlMtiaL TK hni Mrrtt el tr(vrrM ao'i frMtoa la the principle that jrire to man tba ritfht of prirata judgment. mrui hie ncht ta ttrr it than onn f armed, it ia toe Ue principie vfaa at in rouou4tioa ct tna rerormation. bat it wm a r.g time rrore protetaatism tot aod maa;B. if it may ta aaid b new ercorj iv i otTa3ta narn perae- rutl LcriQM of thm etmrrimm tit nrliit ju )ieot. and that prMcutko. t'jotjjh I ' I - - i L - . I a - rrent date, and l not entireir eltmi- natt froaa nat proteetrat to I mi -end et tLe prot tin. fy or our ky iaa Trry rlaoieh thlo;. e?en with trotMtent. &rul tii iwnrJ ti !1 th full right of prirata Judgment aod the ribt in eireea ii, ci ieu a aiow proceae. Let r.e fitt but a ainjf ! (actaare of protaataat ia tolerance of thia great tod aiciaa. probably the moat iearoef ia m h day. the d)coerr of the eircaa tu of ttie Mool. a maa ef freat latel Wt aal learn i ox. lte bed tiaeoiieml tiia7-atNi t;a twta aataoiic ani pff.Ue- aiaiaUiaiaf that-ChrWt waaaottbe m (iod trv-ta all eWaltr. bt ool aiorw bia lararaaUon. At tba ieeti atioa of Joaa Caln. who fmioded preefcrterin pm. cat uf loon rmtrrum weuMl Hot hit hin tm.'lmHi- Is a ar a a a . eutinl by b4n f Mtened to a ataka by rope asd ehaia, and. accnIta( ta Mo. i rvL. the ftiel arae cf r ik iwi h wm there burnl by a alow fire, hb 4-hii UailAfa fall baJf har. rarreil. tae inea ao-i re isni i r aivia. 4 to frrt ta. wbU bnuad to the etak. if I thou wouMet aarethje-lt, r ad on "Jmui te eternal atHi ar ioj. .ihm rral. Farreil ai!reoa.t tae rwJ: ,Voe ae Fmw whjMt ta tie pwr t sfa- 7hu wretrb, b !a about tfl aar, ta a tery arned mat. prKr ra b m.y tbiak tbat what be haa dra la right. H.jt the dl baa him la bU nvt'a, bie Hf taken estira irmmtk Ttke heed that a eimilar fa;miy arertjue tot ymrlrA Afterward iaJt iia wmta of the etirutica: Aat 1 cililt if enne . tvcaue Mir aeaata, at my icetaara, re esyd l?aIf ol hta atttcraM bl-A-pbeai.ear" I hra enUdiaf fir a prieripla that uadrttw our fraw iittaUhna, and tlj 6:i-J cl c ' r: i r-a tica tt Lv v Ia f mil t tLa C" " trre r; h fja rrco. tlirtty lul y wtixir l- fcf rtri'.a iai!j-L Ary rjc .-a cl Uctrue tioa cf tha jouU cl tha land vhich do; act racv-riia tha hiadv crV'-U prtiria ct fjrtlm mutt ceo er-ihly m-.i la lait tha cond.twa cl tliira t wbici 11 X. Uaf aa forcibly psista, Aci thit iKiito willeua Laua c3 fcj ta tit pirochUl achacl hcU ec-'Jca )U eocrr cl reprecii ti tha wiUL Tha rtrca a csrUia to which U. X. Lir r'ira, Uo cetU coma cst thiahar wntara, Uadrra aad i eoectictj, b txczz they bare teas diabd tha r--t ta thick tor them. alr3 aad ttalcr3 oca thiaka forhm. at if ta crscct arptct ta ttetl ia any da partcatcf Ua racirirj atudy aad tho-tt Tha prrochicl achoola con ducted by thaa who ticay indepeadeaca of thoojUt, wttre tha oind la lead and not traaoad to thick, ctut produce mea and women iacapabla cl grtatoeaa; tbey cannot coo pete with tboe comiag from vaa ; putuo acuoow p Uu2ht to ba a!l reJirit 4 lakathamta aad womaa who ad here to pspacycl Hit U their risht aod who bare aaada tlamaelTra fait ia publia aad tocixl Ufa, asd aJmoat with out exception you will find they have acquired their edscatioa . ia our publia achcola aoi tbra learned to to ba eelf reliant. It U to in thU city aa weU aa eleewhera. :Thtea ara amoua thouhU for thoaa who ara compelled to : aend their children to parochial acboola to con eider. Will our American bora atiiena loader permit a power to dicUta to tham to tha poaiUra itrary of their children? I aa fc7ire thtt masy refaea thia dictatioa, and caod their children to achoola where their minds ara trained, and not hd. that tbry may compete tor tba honorable pealtiooa of life. 1 bare talked: with likely youc mea and woman who vera obliged to at tend parochial echoolt,who expreaa deep re-ret lor tha laclcct training of die mind which they, i a after Ufa, ficdao aeeaBsary, aad which they aee aa a char, acteriatic ol thoaa who coma from oar Dublie achoola, Let our people be in dependent and eeif-rtliattt. aod cot ba dictated to by foraca Influence, adopt the purely American ictra ana ait wm hare )vaf chance. , . Os Uuaarx Jaonary 6, , , GATAnnO TUEHTY W3 Three Uasdrcd Dcu Cpent for Trett- raaatia Vain,' . ;v ' ' . : . J - j Ccrad at Last by Zr. llartnan'a Frae . Coeraa el Tatatnt. j Thia ia what Dr. Hartman'a free couraa of treatment did for ma:' I vaa aick for eighteen or twenty yeara add did cot koow what waa tha matter with ma I had a rollicj in thaatomach. aad often would get paica In It; had do appetite,, a , reetleea aleep, . and ; paJ- piuuon' ' ol tha heart I waa narroua. an4 arter aauag my atom ach would bloat; -1 had painain oy atomach. I expectorated a gray aticky mccoua from tha throat. - xrery time 1 toch cold ay throat got tore aad I weald hare terer. 1 had fcatarrh ia my bead and It commenced to alTect tay eyaa. JJy noee waa a topped up. and every moroieg I had cou-hing epella. -1 coaauiiaa eererai pnyaicitna, -one oc whom aald ha could cure me la elz montha. I had to pay him 3 for hla aerrlcea, but at tha aad of aix months I waa no better, lie doctored me tor my blood. Another phyeiclaa said V bad dyepeyela, I kept oa doc tori until I ape nt C30O, and waa not any better, but kept gradu ally rrowinj worae uatil I vaa aontinad to the bed. Another phyaieiaa vaa thaa called to treat Da, who asid I bad catarrh ot the bowels. 1 became con atlpated and took medicine all the time, bat it did me no good. I wrote to Dr. Hartmaa for hla adtice. I. soon got aom Pe-ru-na aad took it three timea a day before each meal, In tabfecpoonful doeea, 1 alao took Man-a-lin to rejulate my bowels, which . entirely cured tay cooati nation. The re-ra-na cared the catarrh ia my head and my a yea arehetter. I don't hare any more dixty spells, mr head fee la dear, I can breathe throah my noee, and my throat is cured. 21 y voice ia clear, and I do cot hire the rolling ia tar atomach, My appetite ia good and I aleep veil I can tat almost anything now. My -nerves are ouch stronger. When 1 began taking Pe-ru-na I weighed only 121 pounds, but now I weigh to I wieh I could tell every one about Pe-ru-na. ao that thousands more would be cared. OTTO K. LOSEXSKY. . 41 Weet St, Newark, New Jersey. Free tied teal Cooks On catarrh, la grippe, cougha colds sad consumption will be aent prepaid for a abort time to any address by tha re nt na Drug Manufacturing Company ot Uoiumbue, Ubkx . , Cheap Excursion to. tba Wast An exceptionally favorable opportun ity for vieitiog the richest nd mod pro ductive eectione of the weet and north- weat will be afforded by the aeriee of low rate harvest excaratoaa which have tn arranced by the North-Western Line. Tkkete for these excureione will l-e sold on August 2LL September 1 and PctoUr 10. 1-in, b pointa in North western Iowa. Western Minnesota, North Dakota. Bouth Dakota, Manitoba, Nebraska. Cotoradr Wytming aod Vtah and mill be good for retura paemje within twenty dxya from date of Male, btop-over privilge will ba sllwed oo going trip ia territory to which lhe txrketa are sold. For further Informa tkxa. rail on or address Ticket Agents of connect log lines, Circulars giving raa aad detaiiel Information will ba mtlel. fie, upon application to W. A. Thrall, (leneral PaMo2r aod Ticket Agnt Chicago A North Western llailwsy, Chi csga About a year ago I took a vlolect at tack of ia grippe. I rmighel day aad aght fr about ait weke; my wife then "gleet! that I try ClamUnrlate'a Cmifih Ilemely. At brat I cuutu see bo differ1 ere, but still kept takiM it and snrn fourol that it waa what f seeded. If I gn no relf from eae does 1 bok saother, and it waa only a few deye ua td I waa free from tke ctwgh. itbfok pple la general as tit t know the value ol this remedy, aad I take pleasure ia sckaowledgisg the LQat I kave re eived from IL ytt lirTARt Otway. OhUv and wtJ rent tottlee for sale by Perk Hr ) Ul Moaroe etret aad P. W. Wuriburg, M Monroe atreet The persMteat tyi . which aeually foiiowa aa attack of tae grip e be per mane ally cured by takiof OyuaLer iaiaatViugl lUmedy. W. A. ilHJuire ef M1-Ksy.Ubio.aa78; La tlrippa left me with a eevere cmhv After uaiag eevevaJ different medicines witheat re- ; lief. I tri Chanctvartaia'a Cosh Hem ady. which effected a prmaaaat ears, I have also f wl It to be wt,ihvat aa eid feeckiMrea, ekea 4rtU?d with rol is ev errfepv and t0 rt MtUfS fr sale ty Peck IV. IUI Ucero street aad A. W. Wuritunr, S Moome . street - - - !iiiiinmii)iW(iiui(iHriiniO(()i(i(iuniuii(n(UfiiniHiiutu(tHu rr WAW. mnin I jl oLavJ: .t-AuvJbvjljL. . it ' y v .- : a mm m r- nnViv'. '. "" j''' f 11 ffl If) Il I i r v i u n rill I I u . - , i i i i i i i i f t mtm I 1 - "J I III VX 1 v 7 I r 1 y 1 Si i vJ v i i VJ . V ' L-i CJ V i I I I I .'; j in nrr IV U 1 i 0. n nnn I I iMii 17 ; AY UVU ! 1 -i ; i ' : I ;r . - - i LZD lJ U U U Lj-vA L.VJ Will present a ciht; worthy tho inspootion person within a radiua of hundreds of miles. The New Ycar'q Linen Harvest is. ready to bo gathored. Tho No vt, Bright, Muslin Under wear will bo shown lor tho first timo at astonishing low prices. - ; Our immense importations of Irish. Scotch and German, Linens, representing the best looms in the world, will be shown in bewildering: profusion. One entire floor, main floor, right of main entrance, will be devoted to this Stupendous Sale of Linens, comprising" Bleached and Unbleached Yard Linens,, Linen Table Sets, Turkey Red Damasks, Lunch Cloths, Napkins, Dovlies. Towels. fowciinT.: Crashes. Stamped Linens. Bed Spreads, White Goods. Butcher's Linen. Fine Irish Linen. Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings, Pillow Case Cottons, Pillow Cases, at positively lower prices than the very lowest ever named for best weaves. An inspection of the goods and prices will fully convince the shrewdest buyer of the fact that HERE is the place and NOW is the opportune time to buy. - rWME - MUSLIN- UNDERWEAR. I The announcement of this sale of fine Muslin Underwear is sufficient to establish the fact of its comincr success. The en thusiastic response and liberal patronage accorded us by the ladies of western Michigan on the annual occasions of our muslin underwear offerings has ever been a guarantee of the appreciation of our efforts to place in this city" the choicest garments that a perfect knowledge of .the wants of the trade can command, coupled with the lowest prices. ; This coming week will eclipse all former efforts in this direction. The main floor, left of main entrance, will be allotted to this display. The two great sales that occur but once a year, running in companionship in one week affords an exceptional opportunity for money-saving, econom ical housewives in gathering-h the harvest of the New Year's treat The immense amount of work entailed in arranging these sales and time cdnsumed resulting in showing the most magnificent line ever displayed in Grand Rapids. Our quotations of prices on linens and musliff underwear will at once show the unmatchable bargains offered during this sale. Linens The items "and economics quoted below eadilv disclose the moneysaving: knowledge it imparts. Hotels, restaurants, boarding houses homes and retail merchants will find this a great opportunity to Rurchase their yearly supply of linens at wholesale prices. The entire shipment is placemen sale. They are without question the greatest bargains ever placed on any retail counters. Don't wait. The lightning prices on these goods will start them going at a rapid race. SPLENDID ? VALUES IN Unbleached Table Damask, full width, i&; 25, 29, 37. 49 59 and 63c. Extra quality at 79b a yard, with napkins to match. , ' - v. ... I Bleached Table Damask, superior qualities, 39, 49, 69, 75, 79, 89 and 08c. napkins tQ. match?' 1 Turkey Red Table Damask, fast colors, 19, 25, 3s 39. 43. 49c up to 75c a yard for, special values. ! 50c quality Red Table Damask goes at 39c a yard. NapkinsLoom Linen Large Size Napkins 79, 85c a dor Extra quality loom Napkins $1.35 to $2.25 a doz. Bleached Napkins, satin finish, 39, 49, 69, 70c and upward. i Bleached Napkins 98c, 1.19,1.2s 139. 1-59, S-7$ and upward. Lunch Cloths, extra quality linen, fringed, 5-4, 6-4, 7-4, ranging in price 59, 79c to Ji.49 i Iinc Linen Stamped Lunch. Cloths, elegantly hemstitched, 6-4 size, at 51.19. Elegant assortment of fine Linen Lunch Cloths at 98c and upward Barnsley's Towels, full size, 5c each. Extra size Huck Towels, 7, 9, 12,1 15, 17. 19, 25, 35. 49c. I;ancy Turkish Towels at'ioc each. j Extra large size Fancy Turkish Towels at 25c 40 and 5oc quality extra large size fine Damask Towels at 25c. i ' ! Stamped Linen Tray Cloths, Splashers, Commode Scarfs, jjresser scans ai 20, 35. 37, 39, 49. ioc anu upwaru. Stamped Linen Doylies 5, 7, 9. 9, 10, I2C 10. 2lA. 1 ia 25c 10,000 yards loweling at a yaru. i i Pure Linen Crashes and loweling & 7, 7i. 8, a yaru. j , Bed Spreads, full size, 69,, 79. 85, o3c, 51.25 and upwards. -Pillow cases ready to use 30c a pair. ; j Stamped Pillow Shams 25c a pair. j Including fine Table Cloths and Napkins in sets at manu facturers prices Remnants of Table Linens from 2 to 10 yard- at cost of production. : 10-4 Linen Sheetings 69c a yard. ! ' 0-4 unbleached Sheetings 12KC a yard. ; Bleached Pillow Case Cotton ox a yard. IVHosIiini Uiiderweair. The Muslin Underwear offered at this sale arc shown for the first time, comprising new standard made perfect fitting 'muslin and cambnc Gowns, Skirts, Drawers. Corbet Covers, Lawn Aprons, elaborately trimmed, elegantly made, on lock stitch machine, and at the prevailing prices arc in many in stances .cheaper than cost of material and fully lesi than the fabric and workmanship would come at ' Corset Covers in great quantities oc per garment Corset Covers, embroidery trimmed ana elegantly made, 2& 35, 39. 4 49 and 50c. ! ' Muslin Drawers, extra values, 2 35. 37K. 39. 45. 50, 69, 98c handsonwrly trimmed and superior quality fabric " Muslin Skirts. These arc extraordinary' special prices. Elegant full width and length skirts 49, 75, 89, 9BC 1.00, 1.25. . 1.49 and 1.98. Big values these: Night Gowns elaborately trimmed and best makes, new and pretty, at world beating prices, ranging 75, 8s 89, oSc. too, 1.25, i.3 1.39. too, I 59. I.7S 1.89. 206, 2.2s. 2.JW, $2.75 per garment IusIin arid lavn Aprons, superior qualities and Ivcautifully trimmed and made, ranging in price, 20, 25, 3?, 40, 45, 49, 50, 75c each, Tho usual soiling valuos of oarh item quoted is by far a largo porcentano more. Wo predict a roady movement in this beautiful department at thebo EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL VlilCES. .'CORURIJENCES.. MONDAY, JAN. mfa SALE (o) c5) EDMAk i. '-.