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SALE. THE BAPTISTS ES' COXVESTIOS. Mr, Schmitt purchased the entire stock of an importer who was going out of business, and you can buy handkerchiefs at re~ anarkably low prices for the next few days. ta the Choicest line in the DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 4. A FULL PURSE. Only the rich usually have. All the great mass of people have to watch the cents as well as the dollars. For people economically disposed we have an admirable line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Always up with the times in style- Elgin watches, $5, warranted. Gold and gold filled watches, warranted for 15 years, $15. Solid Silver watches, stem wind, §S. Other goods in proportion. All goods engraved. A HADK. Tlie Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. 0 0 r rn 0 What is the use of paying two prices for your cloths and then not get, them to fit you? If you come to me I will make \ou a fit that you can feel proud of. P. J. HGOLEY, The Tailor. 418 MARKET STREET. Teeth without plates at Clark's, the dentist. Shockney at the rink to-morrow evening. Special handkerchief sale at the Golden Rulo. Silvoi 1 fillings 50 and 75 cents, at Clark's the dentist. To Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard of the West Side, a son. Handsome brass drums with b03's suits free, at Harry Frank's. Archibald C.-Swofford and Edna E. Putton v;ere yesterday licensed to wed. Special sale 'of Y. S. F. fast black Jersey ribbed hose fcro cents.—Golden Rule. Yesterday a license to practice medicine in Cass county, was granted to Wilson M. Howard. S. S. Clark, D. D. S-, has removed from the G-eiger building- to the corner fourth an'd Market streets. In the circuit court yesterday Jackson Wright who was charged with the larceny of a watch was declared not guilty. "I would like to sound the praise of Hood's Sarsaparilla over the entire universe." writes Mrs. Longnecker, of UDOE Deposit, Penn. Jennie Andgrson, teacher df'-voice culture and instrumental music, can be interviewed at 403 High street. Reference, J. C. Bridge. The W. C. T. U- meets Wednesday afternoon at the Broadway M. E. church at 2:30 o'clock. All members are requested to attend. The regular notices of election have been received by the Sheriff through the Cpunty Clerk, and will he duly posted in the required places. Remember the speaking at the rink to-morrow, evening. Hon; Theo. Shockney is a. forcible speaker and should be given a large audience. Harry West, night -clerk at the Barnett has transferred his allegiance to Martin-McHale's restaurant, and his place is filled by Fred Doggett. The' Bethlehem /Presbyterian Sun- day.school will hold a festival at the Presbyterian church on the Michigan road Thursday evening Oct. 6. Ail are cordially, invited. Yesterday in the circuit Raymond Ohment was given judgment for $50 against the Wabash railroad company by agreement for damages to bis buggy sustained in an accident some weeks ago at Mexico. ! have just received an invoice of J? TITTTT^IH W HP F Y V JLJLJLjJLj with the tire on, and the boxing in. I have ali sorts and sizes suitable for Buggies, Spring Wagons and Carts that I am selling at a very low price. These wheels have one coat of paint and some of them are entirely finished, 'they are in a condition to set on a cart at once; in fact we can fit you out while you wait. Also have just received my invoice of New Sobes, Blankets and all kinds of Winter Goods ^handled by houses in my line. If in need of of the above goods please call and see me once. Geo. Harrison. 424 Lee Wah Sing, the Chinese laundryman informs his friends that according to Celestial usuages his mother has hought & wife for him in China. Whether Lee will go to her or she will come to .Lee is not known. Minnie, the five-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Messenger, died at 10:3.0 Sunday morning at the family residence Fo. 406 High street. The funeral was hold from the house at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. J. W. French returned yesterday from Kansas bringing with him samples cf Kansas corn which cannot he beat, and samples of Kansas clay which hardens on exposure to air and hums as hard as flint which he says will prove a fortune to its Turners. He thinks Kansas will give a good majority for Harrison. Sunday evening at S o'clock at the residence cif the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walker, near Galveston. Miss Minnie Walker was united in marriage to Mr. Chas. J. Harness, Rev. Beogue-Officiating. At the same hour at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Couk, in< the same neighborhood. Miss Laura Couk was united in marriage to Mr. SeottK. Walker, brother of the first named . bride, Rev. Butler officiating. : Tlie Introductory Session oftlte Baptist State Convention in Tills Cltr last Xis&t. To-day there will be assembled in Logansport several hundred "delegates to the 60th annual Baptist State Convention which is being held this week in Logansporc for the third time in the history of Logansport. In 1850 the State convention was 'held here add again in 1SG3 but the present meeting will exceed the other meetings in attendance and interest so much as it will exceed all previous State meetings. The attendance of delegates is already very large and to-day will witness the big gathering. Arrangements have been made among the hospitably inclined people of Logansport to entertain all these strangers within our gates and by the time the last train arrives today 400 or 500 'delegates to this big State meeting will be comfortably cared for. The introductory session of the State convention was held at the Baptist church last evening and was presided over by the President of th e State Baptist Association, Rev B. F. Cavans, D. D., of Peru. An organ voluntary by Miss Allie Booth occupied the time while the audience was settling. This was followed by an invocation of the divine blessing by Rev. P. 0. Duncan of Franklin which was followed by l; The Rock of Ages" by the choir composed of Mrs. Henry Tucker, Miss Ada Cushman, Miss Cora Alford, Messrs. E. S. Rice, Dr. Hatch and S . H. Hendee. Mayor Read then delivered a pleasantly worded address of welcome to the visiting delegates which was followed by a welcoming- address by Dr. W. H. H. Marsh on the part of the Baptist congregation .of the city, both of which were responded to by Hon. J. J. W. Billing-sly of Indianapolis in the unavoidable absence - of Hon. S. 0. Pickings of Indianapolis who had been assigned to this duty. President Cavans then made the following appointments of committees: Resolutions — Revs. J. F. Williamson, Indianapolis: D. Heagle D. D., EvansviMe; Addison Parker, Laporte; E. S. Gardiner, Franklin; C. M. Carter, Lafayette. Arrangements — Rev. Dr. W. H. H. Marsh, Deacons Rice and Shirk, all of Logansport. Enrollment — Revs. W. H. Craig, j Franklin; J. J. Willet. Dunkirk: C. S. ' Davidson, Galveston; H. H. Smith Decatur. The Rev. J. F. Williamson, pastor of the North church, of Indianapolis. was then 'introduced and he delivered the evening sermon, taking his text from Mathew 22: 20. The program for to-day's meeting is as follows: TUESDAX HOP.NIN-G. 8:30— Devotional meeting. Pastor's conference. 0:00— Symposium, Our Associations! opportunities, Rev. C. 31. Carter, Bev. C. T, Dams, Sev. A. D. Berry, Rev. S. C. Fulmer. 10 M— Paper The State of religion, Hev. N. C. Smith. 10:39— Open discussion ot religious needs. 41:09— Paper, The social conditions ol the working man, Rev. A. Parker. ••.•-: 11:30— Discussion, Prof. W. J. "Williams. 11 :45— Announcements. nK>0— Adjournment. ? AFTERNOON. : 1:30— Pastors' devotion meeting, Bev. E. G, Shouse. • 2:00— Paper. Thellturgy and Cathedral, Hev. W F, Taylor. , . 2:38— Discussion. 2;'5— Adjournment oJ conference. ' 3:00— Convention resumed. Election of officers. 3: 2G— Report oJ superintendent ol missions, Rev. A. Ogle. Report of treasnrer, Mr. W. H. Perkins. Addresses on reports. 1. State missions among missionary enterprises Rev. S. S. Clarke. 2 How to nelp weak cmircues.'Bev. S. A. Northrop. 3. Our eastern desert/or destitute fields, Rev. Allen Hill. 4:45— Appointment of standing committees for the coming year. - : : 6:00— Adjournment. House IN NORTHERN INDIANA. Always redeeming our published promises to the very letter, we. offer the best class of Clothing at a much lower price than elsewhere. With the advantages we possess, being manufacturers and retailers, we expect to out-do any season's business in our history. We did too ma.'jy bound to to come. For t taa;er? v- <•> to ex;nni[! from - iiuv too many suits, but simply ordered <ii; factory in New York City, We are fur thousands of dollars more goods still i 'nairr other reasons and the ad van-' .-.••r n':h-r-rs. it behooves every close buyer -.I-/' boys' ami ehildrens' suits and over- >!•;•::itee H, savinsr of at least 20 per cent. by the mai:i:t;ic;iuvr I— retailer. or L-oganspoi r-f- Delphi, New York. 7-.30— Opening fcxerelses. Sermon. Rev, C. R. Henderson, pp'.. Chicago, 7 30— Welcome to new pastors, Rev. B. F. Cavlns, pp. Response. Roll call of the General Missionary Board. Adjournment. Odd Fellows to Last evening on the six o'clock accommodation obout SO Odd Fellows from Eel river lodge went to Delphi to participate in a lodge meeting at that place last night. The famous Eel river degree team went along for the purpose of exemplifying the degree work in their own inimitable manner. The party was pleasantly entertained by the Odd Fellows of Delpsi and returned at 2:50 this morning. There'is no's weefness in a kiss, Unless your teeth are just like pearls, Then would you 'share its trembling bliss. Use SOZODOXT. at once, sweet girls; For it alone gives.to.the mouth, White teeth and fragrance of the South. Strayed or Stolen, A Jersey heifer. calf 4. days old, was taken out of Mrs. A. R Shroyers pasture on Davis road near the bridge. A reward will be given for its'return. J. E. REDJIOXD, '. 912 Jforth street. 3For Rent. Rooms on second floor in. new building corner Sixth and Broadway. Bath, room, hot and cold water, and gas. Inquire of DISEASES PBGULIflR. TO WOMEN Have in the past years been almost an opprobrium to thei medical professioc; But ihere have been many tireless workers who have gradually brought hope to these patient sufferers. The great Dr. Apostoli of Paris, France, after many years of persistant work in this field, a few years ago, announced to the profession success with Electrolysis. is methods have stood the test of time and are now recognized in almost all institutions of the world that make a specialty of these diseases as the most successful ever used But the system requires expensive apparatus; knowledge and experience to successfully use it. We have every Hparatiw necessary and about six years experience with this method. In no oilier class of diseases have the results been so satisfactory, It has enabled us to restore to perfect health, many women after older methods had repeatedly failed to give relief, and earnestly recommend it to all suffering with female ills. Drs. CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, PROPRIETORS OF LOGANSPORT MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE .We also treat all Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformaties. Call and see us. or we will -go anywhere to see you. Consultation free. T- 1 ! . The Latest Novelties in Jewelery, Tlie Cliaieiene Tor Ladies. Learner vest chains for Gentlemen. An entire new Line of Souvenir Spoons, J. D. TAYLOR, 309 4th, Stret COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE, Danville, Ind, The Commercisi Department contains a Commercial Course and Count ing House Course. The latter includes Shorthand. Typewriting and. German Work guaranteed. The Institute is is connection with /the -..Central . Norma College in which Pedagogy, Methods. Common branches, etc., are given. Send for Catalogue. ' J. A, JOSEPH, President,

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