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AUCTION! AUCTION! AUCTION!! The Entire Stock of Dry Goods Known as the GOLDEN RULE Will be Sold at Auction. No Reserve. Sales Daily. 1O to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 & 7 to 9 a. m. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers In FURNITURE Of.-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 99. THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. DAILY JOURNAL TDESDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. KROEGER & STRAIN, indertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. COCKBUKN BEOS. asofj to Loan on JIortp«e Security on Easy .Monthly Payments. •>;»» Write i'tre. Life, .Accident. Plats Glass and Tornado Insurance. 3ay and Sell Real Estate -Call and 3*6 TJS, Office K«onis 2 and S S»ry Building. Mies Louisa Koenig is 111 with erysipelas. We are selling a large pull of jelly for 25 o—Foley. Frank Hill of Rochester has taken a position with I. N. Cool. This week John Coulson will sell you moth balls for 3 cents a pound. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. w5U be held this afternoon at the Home for the Friendless. Tlrzah court, Tribe of Ban Hur had a meeting last night at which a number of new members were Initiated. The "Shore Acres" company No. 1, passed through the city Sunday en route to Milwaukee from Cincinnati. Wm. Wagner has bought the Interest of his partner, Frank Fiddler, In the meat market at the Sixth street bridge. Four quarrymen, who had been locked up Sunday for alleged drunkenness, were yesterday allowed to go on promises made to the Mayor. St. Vincent de Paul's Catholic church was filled Sunday morning when Very Rev. M. E. Campion an_ swered the speech of Chaplain McCabe. A social will be given tonight at the home of Mrs.Redwood on Front street. Tho affair is under the auspices of Cd83 council No. 42, Order of Chosen Friends. Willie Tyre, who was charged by a man and woman named Jewell, with assault and battery Saturday night, plead guilty yesterday and was released on promises. PROGRAM FOR THE MEETING Of the SfortUern Indiana Editorial Association— Xe\v»p»nerx Iletid a Sul(Mcrli)tloii. The local newspaper men held their third meeting yesterday afternoon at the council chamber to arrange for the meeting of the Northern Indiana Editorial Association here June 13 and 1-1. The following program was adopted: F1KST PAT— THURSDAY ISTff. 10-00 a m — MeetlnROf association at Fottawat- omie club rooms. 1:30 p. m.— Meeting of association at club rooms. 4 '00 p. in. -Public meeting »t park, music, speeches and supper, 8-00 p.m.— Entertainment at opera tionse— Lancli alter entertainment. SKCOND DAT— FKIDAV HTH. S:00a,m.— Carrlupe ride to hospital, college, Pan Handle shops and other points ol Interest. 11:50 a.m.— Association meeting at club rooms S. P. Sheerln and James T. Bryer were made members of the general entertainment committee The finance committee will ask the business men of the city to assist in the entertainment of the guests. Last year at South Bend and two years ago at Plymouth the business men enter. talned the association royally. The subscription list was started yesterday with the following contributions from the newspapers of the city: Journal .......................................................... Sj5 Hharos ............................................... - ......... ~ Reporter .......................................................... f£ Times .............................................................. ™ S-itarday Nlgut Review .................................... iu Chronicle ........................................ • .............. K Steenbanner ................. .... ........ ......................... lu JBecelyed for the Pa»tor. The public reception tendered. . the Rev. H. A. Perolval and wife at the Broadway Presbyterian church was a most pleasant affair, which was at. tended by a big crowd who joined in giving the talented new minister and his estimable wife a hearty welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Perclval have already made their way into the hearts of the Broadway congregation. 'Tla SOZODONT the whole world tries, Tli SOZODNT which purifies The breath a«d mouth, and dirt defies. 'Tis SOZODONT for which we cry, Sweet SOZODONT for which we sigh, 'Tis only SOZODONT we buy. WILL LIVE IN TENIS. Cheap rates to Eantas City and all other points West and Southwest, Tuesday, April 23d. Cut rate ticket office, Murdock Hotel. . A BalldlBz Fond Started. Isaac Shideler and Wm. Bedwarde spent all day yesterday canvassing for subscriptions for the proposed Masonic Temple fund. They succeeded in the short time they were out in raising $7,000. They believe that the $40.000 desired can easily be raised. The Vtalt of Hie Knights of St. John to EvaiiHTllle In JUDO Will be a Fleamtnt One. The national convention Knight of St. John at Evansville in June will be housed In tents by the hospitable citizens of Evansville, and by that means the expenses of visiting knights will be lessened and the time of their stay lengthened pleasantly. The grand prize drill will be a feature of the encampment. The prizes offered are as follows: Best drilled K. of St. John Com- mandery, $500; second prize, 1200; third prize, $100; fourth prize. $50. In addition to the above prizes; two special prizes will be given to the best uniformed company, irrespective of the Knights of St. John. The first prize $100 and the second $50. Drs. Jordan and Barnfield yesterday operated on Claude Walter, a nephew of Jamea Walter. The patient is said to be doing as well as possible. An Easy Way to Clean Tan and Black Shoes. What is there that spoils the appearance of a nice dress or suit more than a dirty or rusty pair of shoes. The way to keep them, looking nice is to have Filling's artist clean them for you. No charge. Surely it is the easiest way to keep your shoos nice. • We will clean your rubbers and shoes, and polish them, free of charge. We keep a man who is an artist at the business, expressly for the work. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls all are welcome to free shines as often as you want them providing you are Filling's customers. If we forget to give you a shine card ask for it, we assure you, you are welcome. LlSC W. PILLIXGK 412] Broad way. The Columbia single tube tire seems to have established a record for holding air. A Toledo rider reports that his tire was pumped np in Oct., 1893,'and did not need to be inflated again until April 14, 1894. Surely that tire knew how to hold its own. See samples at LING. W. FILLING'S, Shoe House, 412 Broadway. If you want year lace curtains to look the eamo as new, send them to us for Jaundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables ng to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELlJBROS., 429 Market St. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings. Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to plear" our goods and prices will win you. £ PIERCE, THE TAILOR. S1O BROADWAY. Not £ Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At WfVLKER & Rf\UGH. , Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. ONLY GOOD WORDS FOR THEM. Wbat the Frankfort Timed Thinks of m. Firm That Will Mev» Tbe following' from the Frankfort Times IB highly complimentary to the new firm of Kloe, Syios & Co., which will open a dry goods stock in the Vaughn block OB Fourth street May 15tb: "Mr, Rice is a Rood business man and a courteous gentleman, and has succeeded well In Frankfort.' He consented to go to Loganeport only because the field is greater, and the scope for business larger. Mr. Underwood is not excelled in the Slate RS a dry goods man, and has a reputation and knowledge of the business that is bound to win success. Coupled with hia business qualifications is the quality of a true gentleman. We can assure the people of Logansport that they will gain two wide-awak* business men, and substantial citizens in the removal to that city of Messrs. Rice and Underwood." A quick Reparation. A divorce was Saturday afternoon granted John Shuttrumpf, from Jose phine Shuttrumpf for alleged abandon* merit. The plaintiff lives on the Soutk Side, and the defendant, who paid all the costs, lives in Philadelphia, to which place she went Saturday night with the avowed determination of again marrying. The Shuttrumpf • hare been separated ever since Mrs. Shuttrumpf deserted John in Germany almost eighteen years ago. The husband nas bean married for eight years to a Logansport lady, and after his settlement with his former wife, whom he had supposed to be dead, it was thought necessary to have a second marriage. The ceremony was performed by 'Squire Lalry yesterday. Purler to be Taken Jf orto. Lewis Porter will be taken to the Michigan City prlion today. He was sentenced by Judge Lairy yesterday in accordance with the verdict of the jury u> three years at hard labor, for the alleged holding of hogs said to have been stolen from John Tycer. The bondsmen of Lewis Porter were allowed to pay the cost* of recapturing the fugitive, and Judge Lalry declared tne default of the $1,000 bond set abide, thui releasing bis family from that burden. A SoixUy Marnlnx Ka»»w*y. The team of Henry Yeakley ran away Sunday morning on Canal street between Third and Fourth. The carriage tongue was broken, and the horses were allowed to break away from the vehicle by Mr. • Y»akley, or they night have done him and his family eome injury. The horses were soon caught by byitanders. Mr. Yeakley is a farmer living south of tne city. Maj. E. W. Mclntoah will lecture Wednesday night at the G. A. R. hall on "Prison Ll/e In Dnie." A program has also been arranged. The entertainment 1§ to be given tinder the auspices of the Ladles of the G. A. R. ABDITIOXAI. LOCAIH. Mr*. C. H. Uhl Is reported sick. Read great Inducement offered bj Harry Frank in his new advertise ment. County Surveyor Bert Dodd had purchased of Ed Newcomb, the latter'*] fine team and trap. I' John Swalm U In ihe city he wlll| hear of something to his advantage by calling on Sheriff Homburg. The Henderson mill has turned put for tho Cincinnati National team a number of base ball bat*. The W. C. T. U. will bold theHj regular meeting at the Homo of ths, Friendless this afternoon at 2:30. D. A. Hauk received word yeater-j terday that his sister, Mrs. Moulton It Milford, Mass.. wa» dangerously ill. The members of "Our Club" wer very pleasantly entertained Saturday night at the tome of George MorlJ arity. For the next six days Barry Franli offers rebate of 2C per cent, bonafld*. cash sales. No charging or orde taken. A meeting of the Epworth Le for literary purposes will be held afl the Wheatland street M. E. ohurol tonight. The subject will be Dlcken'J works. Charles McKeever, formerly gansport, now of Jonesboro, and May Bourie of that place, were 1 tied Sunday. The case of F. M. Wagner vs Truax for the possession of a lot. < continued until Monday nest b] 'Squire David Lain?. One of the pleasant events of week was the social given SaturdaJ night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer OD Helm street. Any good dollar pants Harry Fran] sells this week for 80 cents; »hl over*!!, hats, in fact, all grades i per cent, rebate. It U done to sav| labor of moving stock, Tbe ball team of the University < Michigan passed through here yes day on their war from Champaljjn.II to South Bend, where they crossed 1 yesterday with the team at No Dame. A small crowd saw the Loganipor and the J. D. Ferguson's play part I a game of ball Sunday in the ri lo the fourth inning when the playlaj ceased the score was 1 to 2 In faror i the Logansportt, Rev. E. W. Mclntosb will give thrilling account of life in Andenoa ville prison on Wednesday eveDln| next at G. A. R. hall under the ausp ces of the Ladles of theG. A. R. mission 10 cents. Lafayette Courier: Cards have! iatued by Mr. and Mra. Frani Crockett, of "Prairie View' 1 Lafayette, announcing the marriage ot their daughter, Mlis , Cordelia Crockett to Cha*. Dun) burg on Wednesday evening- May The couple will be at home at Murdock hotel, Logansport, dur May.