^fS^R^:^^ R!"J; WI^'"! You Care To Save Money On Your Spring Dress, Remember the two stocks of Dry Goods must be closed at a great sacrifice. We are making big reductions on all Dress Goods, Golden RuleDry Goods Store W. D. PRATT, Trustee." FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers, and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in 'FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. Sails Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No 89. THE FINEST LINE OF SEEING SUITINGS lo be Found in the City at W, D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY 2nd Floor. Justice Block. The Mutual Life Insurance OP NBW YORK. President, Jiichard STATEMENT liter the YearEndlng Pec. 31. 1894- IMCOJtK. afccdveu rorPremlumn Jrom all otliar Hources w TO Policy Holders: 7d?Cfeln» to Death ..... ................. 111.**™ M JWErulowmonw, Blvlilondi, 40. ....... u.luK.W. " Strati other, accounts ....................... 9.789.6M IS *30,878,891 M AS3KTS. Lt»n Lo n on Bondjand Mort%i t . .... ......... on"si«x*s anil Bonds .......... 11,366.100 00 • l Bto'e ..................................... 21,691,733 39 Cash In Banns and Trust Companies 9,655,19$ 91 teoruMl Interest, Deferred Preniunw S,783 96 XMOTVO for Pollclw and other Lla- Wlltl*<, Company's Standard. Anwrlcnn 4 per cent ................... f 182,1(10.456 14 Surplus S2 jtisumnco nnd Annuities assumed •nil Renewed ....................... - ....... $750,290,577 97 'msunuice uud Annuities in force ' L. 18W ...................... $S5o.207.77S 42 IfccTiwe In Total Income ................. I 6,067,721 26 rfcorwise in ^romlum Income ---- ..... W-S^SK 84 actWLseln A««to ............................. 17.881,103 S3 awi** 1 * in Surplus ........................ 4,576,1 1*81 ttor«nst> In Insurance und Annuities in *»i\:e .................. - ................ Sl,«3,03» 96 1 hava c examined ths foregoing state- From tlu> Surplus a dividend will b« apportioned us KOBUKT A. G8ANSIS5, Vies PPK*. __..rsK ».\AC *•'. (V^neral Manager 2d Vice President Treasurer DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3 Waists, waists, waleta—Trade Palace. Early Rose and early Ohio potatoes at Foley's. Natural gas bills tor April now due and payable. M. Fornoff, the barber, has been Improving bis establishment. The beat baking powder In the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. The Military Band will give a concert at Dolan'e Opera House, April 18. Dr. A. G. Miller, Thursday and Friday at his new office, 814 Nortb street. Work on the neur front of Harry Frank's building haa been delayed by tbe non arrival of material. The Maxlnkuckeo Ice, Co. has removed its headquarters from No. 417 Broadway to No. 511 Broadway. The Boss' Barbers Union was entertained Monday evening by Joe Gulp. An elaborate spread was served. The people arc catching on. The tan Oxfords are sold out and a black cloth razor toe substituted—Otto Kraut). Mies Lorena Redmond will entertain a number of friends at tea this evening. All journeymen barbers are request, ed to meet at Trades Assembly Hall tonight at 8 o'clock to complete organization. The World Building, Loan amd Investment company, looal offlje, room 3. Snry bnildlng. Eoorgetic agents wanted Miss Mae Estabrook has taken the place of Mrs. Tucker a? Instructor of room No. 9 at the central school building. Charles LaOrange entertained a number of friends at supper Monday evening, the occasion being his twenty-first birthday. Acute and chronic catarrh, diseases of the throat and ear treated by Dr: J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. 91. fice hours, 9 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 5 p. m. The World Building, Loan & Investment Company of Indianapolis, has organlzad a looal branch in the city. The following named gentlemen comprise the Board: Charles E. Hale, President and attorney; D. E. Pryor, Vice f resident; J. T. Cookburn, Secretary and Treasurer; F. H. Wlpperman, Abstractor; J. M. McKinney, B. B. Chilcott.D.E Pry or, Appraisers. Credit Is due C. H. Loveland of Terre Haute, general agent for the company for hla persistent efforts in the formation of the above board. Office rooms 2 and iJSi 3 Spry building. YOUR NAME IN PRINT. Items arm Personal Character Concerning L,oB»n»porter8:and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: S. N. Gallup of Marion. J. C. Stuart of Pittaburj?. E. E. Bookmiller of Butler. Joa. Martin of Parke county. Sam Arnold of Michigan City. Dr. J. J. Burton of Union City. M. H. Camden of Shelbyvllle. William R. Hough of Letters Ford. John Ubelhauser and wife of Royal Canter. George Pence and Orange Peters of Marion. Sam K. Frank is at Chicago. Mies Alta Young has returned from Chicago. John M. Baker was at Kewanna yesterday. D. C. Justice was at Indianapolis yesterday. Jos. G. Grace Is at Chicago on a purchasing trip. Jefferson Bailey has returned frmn a visit at Marion. E. N. Talbott is hero from Chicago visiting his family. Mrs. D. S. Foglesong Is visiting relatives in Lucerne. Joseph Cczatt leaves today for Chicago to take a position. Joa. Studebaker of Flora was hero- yesterday on business. James Mount of Connersville Is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Lizzie ROBS of Richmond, is vultlng Miss Percy Luce. Wallace Shevlen of Marlon is the guest of Jeff Balloy in the city. John Sldenbenderot Delphi Is the guest of John W. Harvey of this city. Mrs. J. H. Williams and Miss Nellie Knight have returned from Chicago. Mrs. J. B. Moore of Kokomo, is visiting the family of M. A. Lltlle. Bert Cunningham was down from Chicago Sunday and returned yesterday. Mrs, Dillie Walters Is visiting her brothers Ed and Frank Baker of this city. Charles MoMinn has been called to Richmond by the sickness of his wife. James Mount of Connersville, Ind.," has joined his wife . here for a brief visit. J. C. Newer, a proiperoui Carroll county farmer was here yesterday on business. J. D. Ferguson and A. S»hmidt hate gone on a several days' hunting trip for ducke. . Mrs. Anna Clark of .Indianapolis i§ visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Danliull. Miss Bertha Wiler has recently returned from Toledo, Ohio, after a week's visit. A. M. Cloason and son p»ni«l of Jackson, Mich., are Tislting' relatives in Logansport. A. A Bayless of Frankfort has returned home after a visit of several days in the city. • Mrs. Artie Irvine of Louisville, is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beamer. Mrs. Mary Truax has returned to Chicago after a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Truaz in the olty. H. C. Thornton returned to hit* home in Philadelphia yesterday after a several weeks 1 visit. L, Luddera who some time ago re. turned to this city from Buffalo, N.Y., is.located at No. 819. W;e»t ; Market street, and is in business with hl» father in the handling of implements on Third street. Mrs. Feltner and daughter, Ida, of Mllford, Ind, are visiting the family of Richard Glvens. John Sheridan of Defiance, Ohio, is the guest of his eon, Thomas Sheridan of Toledo street. Charles N«gle of Peru has come to this -city and is working for Jeff Adams on Third street. - .H. C. Thornton left yesterday for his home at Philadelphia after a visit of three weeks in the city. J. C. Nelson was at Delphi yesterday acting as Judge for Judge Palmer of the Carroll circuit court. Mrs. Wm Fletcher of Anderson who has been visiting Mrs. Chae. Parker in the oily has returned home. Newton LaRue and M. M. Winters go to Terre Haute today to open a car. pet renovating establishment. Fred Hartman, of Fort Wayne, who has beer the guest of friends for several days returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Shanahan of Elkhart, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Shanahan of the West Side. Mies Lottie Dill has gone to Beive- dere, Neb , to reside permanently. MLsa Dill is a sister of Mrs. J. H. Banta. Harvey Gulp came home from''Koko- mo yesterday. He has resigned his position as day clerk at the Clinton hotel. Warren Knowles of Crawfordaville who was shot last winter by Harry Warden, is in the city looking for a location. J. W. Tippet of Noble township, has come home from Cherryville, Kansas, to take up his duties as township assessor. Dr. Rogers of Las Cerrlllal, New Mexico, formerly a student of Dr. Asa Coleman In the city, Is visiting In Logansport this week. Father Kelly of LaGro, Wab&sh county, waa in the city yesterday on his way to Whiting, Ind., where he lectured last night. Miss Kate Stougher and Miss Kitty Sraham have gone to the former's home at Rocklield, where Mies Graham will visit a few days. Prof. F. F. Hummell of tbe Kokomo schools visited ibe Logansport schools yesterday. He is the guest of his brother, L. P Hum mall in the city-jj Max Jennings and Wm. Bedwards were at Rochester yesterday on busi- DOSS connected with future contracts on tbe proposed court house at that city. G. W. Butt of Covingtou, Ohio, one of the ownbrs of the Indiana brown stone quarries, was here yesterday in consultation with Logansport stock, holders. Recorder Williams of Warsaw, Kos. ciusko county, was calling on old friends in the city yesterday. Mr. Williams was a resident of tbe city several years ago. Lieut. S M. I/and rey was In the city yestarday on his way from Louisville to Detroit, where he is located as assistant inspector for the 9th and 10th life saving districts. E. M. Bitter, a student at Bloom, ington, who has been visiting during his vacation at his horns in Washington township, returned yesterday to resume his work at the State Ualver sity. Harry McDan'el and Miss Minnie Nolan were yesterday married by Mayor MoKee at his office. EASTEB SDNDAY. ThcDaylFor New Frocks, New Bon. nets andEipecially New Shoei. How many times we hare all heard these words—"I want a new fro«k, a new hat, and of all things I mast liav» a nice new pair of stylish ehoes for Easter. Of course it is the one day of days, tk'at every man, woman and child feels it their duty to wear the yery nicest apparel, and do you know, that no matter how nice the dress or new suit, unless the feet are dressed accordinfly, the effest is spoiled. New frock arid old shoes—draw the the picture for yourself, and now I will tell yon wh»re you can flni just tbe kind" of shoes you want. The place where yon always find the latest styles and the prices are BO reasonable tkatyoa will smile and .wonder why you did not go there first instead of looking all over town. And do you know Lincoln PillUg has bv far the nicest line of men's and ladies'low shoes ever teen in this city and prices to suit-all—75c to ft He 'is offering special inducements for your trade. Pilling sells Columbia Bicycles also; they are too well known to need much comment. Filling's Shoe House, 413 Broadway, Logacsport, Ind. It Will Pay You To see our new and nobby shapes in Stiff and Soft All the leading makes. Beautiful Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! HARRY FRANK, TO BB SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings ' AT 4i8 Market St. Not Samples! Of what you don't want but a full stock of Desirable Shoes At Wf\LKER & RflUGH. Where quality is our first object at prices to make them GO. ^•^^^^^•^^•^^"^^ FISH! If you want a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W. KINNEY, -TELEPHONE, 172. A flne variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold (storage goodB. ~ W e dress and deliver without extra charge. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 310 BROADWAY. S^=^=. I See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that hw nothing for consultation. Drs. CMstopner & Longenecker, At.Thc Medical andsurglcalilnstttttte. 417 Market St. I- !> Logansport. Ind.
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