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John Gray's CORNER ON Embroideries. Special sale for the next ten days. Most beautiful designs ever broaght to Logansport, in Iribh Points. English and Scotch Effects, Guloons and Double Edges. Ladles you will be pleased if you call and nee them. State National Bank, LogatiMport, Indiana. CAPITAL $200,000 t. r. Jon: SON, Pitia. 8. W. CLU'.HT , T ICK PIUJS H. T. HKiTuiiiNK, CAHIIIKH. —IHKKCTOHS.— ;. If, Johnson H. W. Ullory. J. T. Elliott, W.M.Elliott, W. II. Snider. Buy and sell Government Boudb Loan money on personal security and collaterals. Issue special certificates of deposit bearing 3 per oont when left ouu year; 2 per cent poi annuuu -when deposited 0 uiontlib. Boxes In Safety Deposit Vaults ol thin bn.uk for tho'deposit, of d<?edf*, Insurance policies, mortgages and other valuables, rented at from $n to f'15 per year HOYT'S Sure Cureifor Piles. LIIIF.IITY CKMTKII.O., Feb. 10, ISii-l. n»?SLn,. "Hoyt's Snre Cnre for j'llfs" toiill »)io sultur from this iiiinovliiK SlsWise. I .stiir.-rtM with Mies fo. y.-ar.., and M.Hl Yiirlons remedial none ol' wtilch ulTonl-d niurij Bum K-mpurury reliff Anont six months iiw 1 {Secured m.nmlw. of llnyt'sS'.n. Ciirn fur i'llos and os«l It ncwnlLiiK to illrcctlons two weeks, at Ibe pr,d of which tlimi ttiu ulwrs dlsai paiiroil atul iuvenot.sliio»rotiinie<l. t bollevji tlin cnro Is conipk'tu. D. 3. MlK^s For Stilo by Bon Klsher. Lake Erie 4 Western, Peru Union 5«t.iitlon, tickets sold to points In llio Cnltod SOUTH.; _ Arrlv«. So. 21 Intlliinnpnlls .Ex., D No "ff> Mall it Express si ....... 11:23 it m No. 23 Toledo Kx nress, S ...... No, 211 KvcntiiK Kxuriw S ..... S;in p ra No Ibl r.oeiil frnluliiTt .......... •'••I J P '» XOKTII. Arrive. No. £0 Mall A -Express S ...... 10:12 a in So 22 MU-lll.'lin Ctty D* ....... •! :.•!<> P "1 NO 2-1 Detroit Kxrriw S. ,..,.. 'Joo P m No. 150 AccoinnioiliUlon -H.. D. Dully, d. Dally f xcept Similar, Depart. Ho a in a p m Dopart. Oripiim i^ V "I _ • w " m •No •>" (li'c-i not run nortli of IV' » Sundays. tKui'is MoiKliiJs, Wodnvsclays Kildays anil * B . fenn- ns Moiulr.y, Tuesday, TlHirsilay anil Satur- uiilon depot connections at niooinlncton nnd tor [H-lnts west, »niitliwestand iiurtliwi\st. 'tcoiinretlotii made ai Lima, i'osiorlu, wM Tor all t'Olms east. rt Ml THUS. VOLl.KN, Ticket Ap>ht. L. E. & W. It J f eru , Indiana. C. K. FREE Open Day and Evening 616 BROADWAY. Welcome To All. WANT! W ANTED—An Inteltleentndlve Iran or ladj- to tri-vet Tor reliable bouse with exponses paid. Salary *t)w> idTOiiwinont for faithful and suc- eswriil'w fit." Re'«reiiw. Tnclow self luMrsssed • tanu-wi fiiveiops. fecietarj-. Lock Drawer P. U&Iil 0«t»diiv w>ai«<ntsst>lllnjtilipRoiai White 2> 1 ^ • Mrtal Pinter or latins orders for plat- Inn Tnid" s«ivt.i, formauis. iwlws. ft*., fnml»hnl free- A good ucent Pi" 1 .'"'** 1 ™ 0 ^ 0 tl»r«iihonsKnd dol'ar* psr i«ir wlUi tne Kojni Pl»n<r. Ko- torm?, etc., address Wray * Co., f Inline Works. Columbus "felo. , A «TCSTS—Mon ol *cod nppenrnnce and business nblllty can nmk* »25 we-K r. Address Jlutoal InTCTtment Co.. 10 £ U n St.. New York. M N WANTED—Good talker, to sat'sfaclorr partjwlli paijftl.trj and commission, apply, now. Luke Brothers Co., Nur»»jymon,Clilca({O,Ill. DAILY JOURNAL Pnblfched every dar In the week (eicept Mondar) OJ th« LO6AH3POBT JODWfAL Co. W. 3 WRIGHT A. HABI>¥ C. W. GRAVES S. E. B05TEB PTOUIDEST. VlOB PMBIDINT. 8»CJOTA11T. TBXABUBXB ~T . $6.00 . . . GO THE OFFICIAL PAPBB OF THB CITT. [Enteredluuecond-olu* matter «the LOBUW- port rtttt Office, yebtnary B. 1838-1 Price per Annum Price per Month TUESDAY MORNING. FEB. 26. ROBEHT POKIER, the well known wrher on economic lubjects, now In Europe at correspondent for tho Chicago Inter Ocean, has made close Inquiries Into the government telegraph system which hae existed in England since 1870. Ai that time there were three principal companies and the tariff varied according to distance, with a minimum of one shilling for twenty words within 100 mile.-; and a message of that length between London and Val. entinn, in Ireland, cost aa much as eix shillings. Now it is one penny. Tbe average coat of' a private telegram WRS in 18C9 two sbillinsa and twopence. At present the average la only seven and three-quarter pence. Under the old companies the highest number of messages sent in one year was no more than 6,500,000. It leaped in the flrot year of governmental ad- mlolstralioc—1S70 71—to 9,860,177, and has steadily grown, until now it bas exceeded 70,000,000 in one year. The number of ollices taken over by tho government was under 3,000; now there are over 0 000. Tho old com. paoies possessed 00.000 miles of wire; ihe poatottico now has over 200,COO miles, of which 12,000 miles are laid underground. Press messages sent by the old companies amounted to a very small total in a year, because of the high tariff; but now they have reached over 5,500,000 per annum, representing 6,000000.000 words telegraphed. Every little town that has a postofflce also has a telegraph station. The great central oQlce fit London receives and distributes half of all the messages -in tho country. The cable room alone sends upwards of 16,000 messages per day and is in direct communication with every capital of Europe;,^.American and oven Australia. ID tbo main office over 100,000 messages per. .daj aro transmitted and by means-of mechanical devices like the Wheatstono Transmitter between 5i-0 and 600 words aro eent per minute. TQE "Financial Outlook" is thus treated by Clapp's Circular of last week: Within the past twenty-throe months more defalcations by state and national olUuiuU woro reported than for thirty preceding years. "To reform" seems to be. "ruin." To "turu the rascals out," appears to imply "turn In tho rascals " The utter absence of Lincoln methods in Washington is the recret of our best citizens. Public opinion creates free governments and upholds them (or good or 111." Execution of the public will must follow the public judgment. Oat of 14 588 fall- ui as in the United States and Canada in 1894 on'y 108 were from speculation. Their liabilities were only $-1,420,623. 12,963 had less than $5,000 capital and 10,858 bad very moderate credit rating with mercantile agencies. Between December 81, 1894, and February IS, 1895, tbo wltbdraw- a's of gold from the United Stales Treasury were $80,786.002. The banks lost gold in the same time. ThpTreae- ury deficit for 1894 was $69803260. The receipts from customs In 1894 were $71,536,486 less than in 1893 and $15,392 6921063 than the Internal revenue receipt?. Apparently tho President has given a. few persons "a put" or "call" on an unknown quantity of government bonds good to Oct. 1, 1S95. No similar privilege was ever granted "a money center" not even by Presidents Buchanan Or Johnson. The "Jug Handle" Congress expires March-1. 1?95. We trust future elf c- tion* will favor a principle rather than i designing men. Highest of aH in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder GRAND LODGE K. OF H. HOLDS ITS TWESTI-FIBST AN- NCAL SESSION JS THIS CITT. THE old slavery day rulers of the South are losing: their prip. In North Carolina where the Republican? and Populiata control the legislature against the Democrats, the assembly adjourned out of respect to the memory of Frederick Douglass. The legislature had previously refused to adjourn on the birttday anniversary of Robert E Lee. NUMEROUS -Democratic politicians In Indiana who imagine that they would make first olaaa diplomats have received another killing: blow. The President did not come very .close to this State In selecting Senator Ransom of North Carolina as successor to the late Isaac Gray, as BUpUter to Mexico. Delegates Fr»m All the Lodise* In tbe Mtate Eoierialned by the Local KnlRhtM-The White Bilk BnU B »» Seen lit All ih» Hotel* l.»»t Sight— Proeram of Today's Kxeiclse*—A Grand Ball and Banquet Tonlffbr. White silk badges were seen in all the hotel lobbies and at thadepotayes. terday and last night, and men with white silk ribbons on their cou lapels, were beicg cared for in a modt hospitable way by smiling LoRdaaporC citizens timllarly be-ribbaced. It was the Katharine of tbe chivalry of the Grind Lodge of Indiana Knights' of Honor, and the bustling members of Wabash Lodge No. 1831, and Logan Lod^e No, 1,256, who are on the reception committee, were making a noble effort to see that all were royally cared for. Tbat they succeeded was evidenced finally by the expressions ot pleasure, from the visiting Knights last night, with the treatment ac. corded them. An informal meeting of those dele gates who reached here in advance, waa held last night at Progress hall, and eomo of the committees transacted businuss, but tbe Grand Lodge will formally open at Da. m., todov- Tonight, however, at the G. A. E hall acd Progress hall a grand reception and dance will be given Loganspori's honored guests, tbe delegates to the 21st annual meeting of tha Grand Lodge of Indiana, Knights Of Honor, A banquet will follow at the Johnston hotel. The following are the offisers of tbe Grand Lodge: Past Grand Dictator—D P Winnings of Indianapolis. Grand Dictator—J H C Smith cf Blullton. Grand Vice Dictator—Philip Klein, of Evansville. Grand Assistant Dictator—A.. C. Beocher, of LfaGrange, Grand Reporter—James W. Jacobs, of Jeflersonvillo. Grand Treasurer—S. W. Wales, of Indianapolis, Grnnd Trustees—W. F. Sees, of Can- neltoo; Herrman Krueger, of Kendallville, and Allen W. Conduitt, of Indianapolis. There are at present 103 lodges in the state wilh a total membership of about 5,000. These are reprebented by one delegate for every one hundred members, or for any number over fifty. Tbe number of delegates expected was about 120, and itis thoughtthe attendance will approach that figure. Tbe following delegates reached the city and were cared for- last light: Geo HPennington, New Albany; L A Corbaley. A S Crimons, S W Wales, A W Condulitt and J A Dunlap, Indianapolis; J A Graham, A J Burlingame, E L Smith and M Ktlgus, Jeflersonvllle; August Schlamua, of Henryvllle; J H Smith of Blufftoo; O Watts of Goshen; W H Stephenson, G S Mills of Wabash; Herman Kruger and John Duerr of Kendallville; Lawrence Gates of Angola; J N Rlchel of Waterloo; W N Cleft, of New Castle; Philip Dtols of Marion; J Gregory of Williamsport; A B Bobin- uon, of Attica; J N Hamilton, of Salem; BF MuKey, of Lebanon;-! H Foster, J M Henel, W C McLeam, J D Relz, H Hart, Geo L Dunn, of Evanfville; Wm HWegenir, of Cann- ehon;F W Kasselmann of Aurora; Robt Manning, of Greenwood; M E Burkett,;of Burnettsvllle; John Friday, of Zipp; Chas G Rocblng, Ora C LaRue, A P Ratz, Nathan Wye--, of Evaasvilie; Louis Reeckle, of North Vernoo; William Dettman, of Charles ston; W D Purson, of Scotlburg; Da.<rid Makonsby, of Sellerburg; C H Ginken and J W Sapp of Cory don; M Selbour- an, E DangerEeld and A M Young, of New Albany: R A Brendal, of Jolletville: William Staley, R Meyor, Shelby Sexton of North Maoebester; Bernard Jacob of bpencer;Edwin S Portar of Greenbury; Jas W Jacobs and wife of Jeffersonville; W H Jfsedllnger of New Augusta; C Batons of Terre Haute; J M Alraon of Princeton; W P Lake and J E Driscoll of Muncie; W A McGregor of Ml Ternon; A Corrette of Jackson, S R Streator of Wolcott; Phillip Klein of EvansvlUe; A S Lace of Vincennes, A C Bsecher and X H Sefton of LaGrange, Victor Wise of Chicago ipent Sun. day in Logacaport. THE^ABTICLES SIGNED- and Stalry to Ap»»r at Oolau'a Monday Kijfht For Poluta ... mad «»te ITIontr. The following articles of agreement .have-been signed by Prof, P. J. Pilzlln, at present of this city, and Prof. Dave Staley, of Chicago. There will be a number of preliminary bouts and exhibitions of the various athletic exercises practloed by the pupils of Pltzlln and Staley: ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT. Articles of agreement entered Into by Dave J. Staley, of Chicago, ill., and P. J. Pitzlln, of Logansport, Ind. We do hereby agree to meet in a scientific glove exhlbitlou for points only. The one gaining the most points to be declared the winner. Match to be eight rounds, according to the Marquis of Queensbury rules. Said exhibition to take place in the city of Logansport, Ind., at Dolan'o opera bousr, March 4th, 1S05. Winner to receive two- thirds and loser one-third of gate receipts. -(.Signed) P. J. PiTZLHf, DAVID J. STALEV. Proponed Cliims*. L. G. Patterson, present manager of the King Drill Co , expects to retire it is understood, in about two weeks, and be succeeded by Chas. J. Reynolds, who is now learning the details of the business. Mr. Reynolds is the son of W. W. Reynolds formerly Master Mechanic of the Pan Handle shops. He is a young man aboutSS years of Ego and welt fitted by natural qualifications and practical experience for tbe responsible position be is to hold. For several years he was a special engineer under direct charge of the Supt. M. P. and in various other departments of the Pan Handle, and has had a thorough training in mechanical and electrical engineering. The King Drill Company is an old established concern of good standing and is a corporation' the stock of which is all held by Logansport peo. pie. Mr. Patterson has held his present position for a number of years. He is vary competent and popular and. his many friends will regret to Bee him leave the company's employ. aUoud Work. In order to lift tho indebtedness which still remains on.the Home for the Friendless a committte of business men was out yesterday with a eub- Hcription paper to raise the amount of the de2cier.cy. It is understood they were very successful although there is still a balance of tho old debt remaining to be paid before the Home is free of incumbrance. Clmrsed With Theft, The trial of two 17 year old Adams townjhip boys was held yesierday in Peru. The lads were charged with petty larceny, the complaining witness being e. widow living near Adamsboro, who claimed the bojs, who are eons of respectable families, purloined a number of her turkeys just before Christmas. SECORETD SI,000. t Manlteil Men Gac B Watchman and Crack a Sftfo ut St. J.ouin. ST. LOT/IS, Feh. £3.—Three masked men entered the office of the Heitzberg- Pork Packing company, at 3101 North Broadway, at 3 o'clock Monday morning, and bound and gagged Charles Herold, the watchman in charge of the "building. Tbe safe was blown open with a heavy charge of powder and nearly SI,000 secured by the robbers. The men fled, and, after releasing- himself, Harold telephoned •to police headquarters. So far none of •the robbers has been arrested. Her CrulerstaDiiinfir of It- A woman living ID one of the fashionable avenues had a bit of statuary, bearing- the inscription: "Kismet." The housemaid was dusting tho room one day -when the mistress appeared.. "Shure, mam, what's tbe manin' of the 'ritin' on the bottom of this?"' asked the maid, referring to the inscription on the statuary. " 'Kismet' means 'Fate,' " replied the mistress. Bridget was limping painfully when she was walk- tag with Pat not long- afterward, and he asked: "Phwat's the matter, Bridget?" "Faith," was her answer, "I have the must terrible pains on me kes- roet!" Death of Gen. Cxrr. TROT, 2T. Y., Feb. 25.—ilaj. Gen. Joseph B. Carr, of this city, died at his home on Fifth avenue at 10 o'clock Sunday morning'after an illness of long 1 standing- though he was confined to his ted only about six weeks. Xotcd Abolitionist Gone. LOSDOS, Feb. 25.—Rev. William Meade Jones, an American abolitionist, who for twenty-one years was the minj | Ister of the Baptist chapel in the | \Vnitehall district of this cite, is dead- Harry Frank's Great I February Clearance Sale! Will eclipse aay previous sale known. We calculate to out-do any attempted in our career of over 30 years. We must reduce stock to make room for large order placed with our factory at New York. The peop'e of this community never were invited to such a Sweeping, &il Cowing Record Breaking, Genuine Money Saving Event as this, Every Winter Suit, Overcoat and Ulster Must go no matte:- how large the ioss to us. We have never misrepresented facts and the people kaow it. Ocme and be convinced and avail yourself of the greatest Clothing Slaughter sa'e ever known. HARRY FRANK, TO B& ©URB. LOGrANSPORT. DELPHI. FLORA. NEW YORK. MAKING A GENTLEMAN OF HIM. That: Win All Right for tho ISoy, But lilt Mother VTui Mad. The stout woman in furs and diamond earring's—of course diamond earrings ore the height of bad form just now- plumped into one of tho crosswise seats oil the Sixth avenue elevated train'one day anil pushed a small hoy into the seat opposite her and next to me. A shopgirl with a bundle had expected to take that seat, but the indulgent mother was too swift for her, says a writer in the New York Press. Perhaps men who have children of their own don't meddle with those belonging to other people, but I put my arm" around the small boy's waist and lifted him oft tho seat and said: "Xow, take off your lint and ofCor your scat to that young lady." The small boy promptly ran between his mother's knees, the young pirl crimsoned and hesitated, nnd the stout woman flushed purple. The experiment seemed to be a failure, but the girl was clearly entitled to the seat, and so 1 looked at her and smiled encouraging-Iy, and she sat down. Then the stout woman abused me. to my great mortification and the amusement of the whole crowd. "And, let mo tell you, sir,'" she finished, "don't you ever meddle with other people's children again." "Madam," said I, firmly, "if mothers don't train their sons to grow up as gentlemen some one else ought to. How do you expect that boy to respect his mother's sex when his mother sets him the example of despising- woman's claims to courtesy?" Kmploycr anil Companion. One of the most important secrets of a hunting expedition is this:- "Sever allow yourselves any luxuries in a 'tight place' which, your men have no share in." The English sportsman, whose advice we have quoted, tells how he was rewarded in the Caucasus for treating his men as comrades and sharing camp comforts with them, lie says: One chilly night among the mountains I awoke at three o'clock to find mvself warm nnd snug under two extra native blankets. The owners of the blankets were squatting on their hams, almost in the fire, and talking to pass the long, cold hours until dawn. Having rated them for their folly and | made them take back their blankets j and turn in, I rolled over and slept j again. Wnen I next woke it was seven : o'clock, and the men were still crouch- j ing over the embers, helping to cook breakfast, their blankets having- been replaced upon my .shoulders. I had paid these men off the day before this happened and they left me the next morning with a hearty "God be with you," unconscious that they bad done anything more than the proper thing: toward their emplover and companion. VERTICAL WRITING. apbert Are Mainly Responsible for Its Introduction n*re. If the vertical handwriting which .is being taught in our public schools prevails, and becomes the ordinary handwriting, the people who enjoy its advantages will have in large measure tho telegraphers to thank for it. ^ They have been the pioneers of vertical writr ing. For the last twenty years almost every telegraph operator in the country has written a. round, vertical hand, plainer than any other sort of handwriting known, with round, fat loops for the letters which drop below the line, and simple capitals. This telegrapher's handwriting has much in common with the English "civil service handwriting," which may have preceded It. but the civil; service, hand is less often vorticr.1 find h:u', certain points of dilYcrenoe. Men's handwriting tends in a general way to conform to tho fashion of Itom-un print, prevalent at any time. :'-«d :ss the nwst ordinary print letKT nowadays is of a round or Scottish fiioc. it is not strange on tho whole Unit the tendency in handwriting is toward :i round letter. Women's chirograyhy is more- capricious in its fashion, though it Ii;is inclined pretty steadily now I "'- 11 " M-'vi-ral years toward angular liritk-isin. • POETICAL LAW. The I,svr;-or \~.'i:» ".V<-nU on Khyiuoi. But Ur Gtil. 11 \Vr~icl. An eccentric Jrihhiiuin named BrOOUC, wholivi'd in Queens county and owned nn cstii.1,0 valued at six hundred thousand dollars. inside Mr. Towns one of four heirs, and his share will be ono hundred :md Jifty thousand dollars, says an old copy of the Troy Times. About tc:; years ::go nn old man entered his oilice and requested an interview. lie slated that he had .long been interested in reading of litigations, and he had seen the name of Mr. Towns in the newspapers as a lawyer who did not take the law too seriously, so JJroone. came to Mr. Towns, and said he had decided to give him the first case that ho was interested in, on condition that ho would sum nn the case in rhyme. The t-:i:w \v:is that of Mrs. Bridget Rowan against John Bcdull for damages for being bitten by a dog and drenched wii.li water from a hose, ' comply with Uroone's request _ _ Towns summed up the case as desired. After reciting how Bedell, who ';Kccps near U)C ji;irl:. ol), safl to tell. A low resort of vice and sin, Where he dispenses rum and Rtn. "Yet, not content with deadly cups. Ho keeps two wild, ferocious pups To slay those wlio escape his lair '" With deadly hydropbobl-alr, the poet went on to say that Bedell, Scclnc she was bit a woman, Sethis puppies on Mrs. Rowan. And as ho saw her run with fright. Trying to save herself by IllRhl, He shouted: "BUI, before she goci Just play upon aer witli tho hoso " Cursid. assaulted, all but drowned. BlcediiiK from tlie puppies' wound. The plaintiff, Rcntlemeo of the jury, At last escaped this blackguard's fury Anil comes In court to see If you Will do as you'd have others do. These atrocities, the Albany Law Journal says, resulted in a verdict of fire hundred and seventy-five dollars for his client. His patron was SO pleased that he gave him another case, : in which he recovered ninety-five hundred and eighty-three dollars--against the Long Island Railroad company oa injuries to a woman's knee. This case he summed up in rhyme, remarking among other tilings deserving death: Tae fairest tiling on earth to sec Xi lovely woman's beauteous knec. (WOflAN'S FRIEND.) isthe BEST REMEDY for GIRL, WIFE, MOTHER Sold by B F Keesllncand John CoalKm.

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