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Logansport Journal Newspaper Archive: October 18, 1890 - Page 3

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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                there Wlay Be OTHER GOOD COUGH REMEDIES gUT THERE IS NO OTHER THAT WILL CURE A COUGH AS QUICKLY AND EFFECTUALLY AS DR WHITES pULMONARiA This great remedy has cured thou cands of hopeless cases of consump n and brought joy and sunshine a home It has cured others nOt you It is entirely harm and pleasant to take and lar for the price than any and every bottle warranted iv B F Keeslhig and D E LADIES Of the cooking school and all others I will say that YOU wll find Chemical Pure Crearntarter and Chemical pure Soda at D E Pryors 51G Broadway YERY SLICK Now Voti See it Stow Yon Dont Sec lu Real Estate 12 rasMencei on Broadway saX M readvices on Speai Street sale 3 resifeacss on Market Street visaleresSteaasou 9 and 11 Streets Fjr sal rasiswes on CMppeva and Miami FOT sale issHenas on Toledo and Katx Streets For saStMsoaXortli Sycamore Street near For sale toe in jara of the city FXTES a tradp for tity property To Trad K7 Goods Stock lor for sala lots w S235 each in tlie Esi tor sa MW resiliences on George and Toledo Lsts sale on High North and Broad way For Paiticalars Enquire of 1 M GORDON Pensan and Keal Estate Agent Kconi yo 3 Elliott Block Logansport Ind deeldwlj DR W D SNOW Jii Fourth St 2d Floor LOGANSPORT IND Attention Given to Accte and Chronic SK3 Bjwases of Women and Children Consultation Free syn Bel Promptli Bespoaded to STOVES and Stoves mairtels grates sold on weeklv and Editor Journal The of the county tax rate have a very slick1 way of explaining the difference in the rate in this county and eighty four other counties in the State which shovs a much lower rate upon their official taxrate sheets for the year For instance Suppose Carroll county is pointed out to them for ex planation The tax sheet for that county for 1889 shows a county rate of 40 cents on the These explain ers pass that rate on the sheet and add to it 6i cents for gravel road tax 10 cents for bridge tax and 5 cents for soldiers monument tax making the total 66 cents Then they say this ail belongs in the county fund is paid into and out of that fund and should be counted in the county rate Then they affirm that the Cass county rate of 801 cents includes all these things instead of making them special as many other counties do and therefore the rate in Cass county is not unreas onably higher than it is in other coun ties This explanation is doubtless satisfactory to many persons but is nevertheless rottenly untruthful In the first place if we concede all that is claimed by this false explanation there are only four or five counties out of So that have been heard from that have as a high a county rate as Cass county while nearly all of the others have a much lower rate But the planation is a miserable fraud which shows the despicable weakness of the cause it is set up to defend Now let us go back to Carroll county again for proof of this charge In 1SS9 Carroll county had a tax of 61 cents on for gravel roads and Cass could not therefore have a tax of that kind in cluded in her 80J cents county rate Carroll county had a tax of 15 cents for building bridges Cass county paid for her new bridges with bor rowed money and a tax of 10 cents has been levied upon the property of her citizens payable in 1891 to pay this borrowed money Therefore there could have been no bridge tax in the SOJ cents of the Cass county rate in 1SS9 Carroll county had a tax of 5 cents in 1SS9 for a soldiTb monument Cass county paid for her soldiers monument long since and there was not a cent of that kind of expenditure included in the SOJ cent rate for 1889 So itQis plain that the explanation does not explain It is a childish endeaver to throw dust into the eyes of the people to whom it is given The comparison with Carroll county is simply used as an example The false presented in that case is the same false explanation applied to all the others acd is equally false in every case Wherever special taxes are used to swell the county rate to something like an equal ity with the rate in Cass county an investigation will show that no such special taxes are included in the Cass county rate Can the ring succeed in its efforts to deceive the people of Cass county in this barefaced and shame ful manner AXTI Rrsg A C O M PA R IS O N The Journal gives below the lithograph of the postal card received from Amos C Hall auditor of Laporte County formerly mayor of Logans port and well known in this city He is a Democrat The startling com parison between Cass and Laporte affords food for reflection The sum of is all that is needed to run Laporte county a larger county in every way than Cass while the Pharos claims that only is needed in Cass County tax levy 1Z90 Amount county tax coHsced for year ending May C ISSO 5 County debt Baking Powdei Perfect Cwrtg LAPOETE COUXTV 344r5 540 233c 116175112 CASS cm 31112 420 80 Jc 10000 Population Square miles County levy Appraisement for taxation Population cities Michigan City Laporte Logansport Amount collected county revenue Difference in favor of Laporte county larger than Cass in every Besides this Cass County had left last year And sold of bonds for Besides collecting some other amounts mak ing the amount had for the year end ingMaySl 1S90 The Journal thinks the fact of the county being out of debt has been an excuse for its living pretty high The figures and facts above given art stated on the following authority 1890 the Pharos published the following statement The Auditors report shows that there were collected of taxes for county purposes during the year ending May 31st 1890 the following amounts November I Delinquent collections November Special assessments November U April installment Delinquent collections April IMU 14000 62030 18 S51S20 tl9243453 A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other known Used in Millions of Years the Standard Delicious Cake and Pastry Light Flaky Biscuit Gnddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome No other baking powder does such work A WEIGHTY SUBJECT This is the exact amount collected during the year ending May 31st 1890 The appraisement of the counties is obtained from Auditor of State Th6 population figures are obtained from the official census bulletin publish ed in all tie papers about two weeks ago The number of square miles is obtained from The Illustrated Historical At as of Indiana published by BaskinFoster Co of Chicago The Postal card speaks for itself The Owen Meetlns Tonight The reception committee and chair man of the Owen meeting tonight at the opera house will meet at the stage entrance of the hall at 7 oclock this evening The following is the list A Myers OOMMTTZEE S B Borer John Tbomtpn W D Pratt p Ternon Wrafield SraliiaKer Wm Bergman Dudley Twells Chas Palter Bodoiph BorDdt Bofct Patterson Henry Ganger ffm Fonstflu Geo W BSsbop Chas Baocb Ben jBird Erring Gard SEHowe H W Engieorecat Jas McSheehy monthly payments call at 410 Market St FOSTER BAILEY DR G W REDMON Homeopathic Physician 310 Fourth Street Over Ben Martins Journal SATURDAY MORXIXG OCT is I 0 G T GMNTD LODGE XUe Indiana Lodge Good Tern plant to Convene in City Next Week CVTUS Powell Arthur Flnegan A F Carts 3 B Winters Samuel Xangnj Willis Graham Wm Bosenthal Thornton Tjwm DE Prior Jas Fester CrtstPanL Ltnn Brooks John Bnsfield J E Parker John KeU Wm Kenev Orlando Powell Jos Grain M W Edward Sweet ChasPaflcer Michael Dolas Henri Toss John Bauta Meredith Tjner JN SeS Davis Parser Far Olltverj SroSex Chas Foster Amos Klsiler William Caison James Homes Isaac Henry Wooley Clayton Bowyer i H Mnrphr Try J B L Catarrh Cure cures sick head d6t Pearls Soap is the most eleganl adjunct nov34dty to Taibott Randolphs for bar in buggies oct6d4t a girl to do general Apply at 830 Narth 1VHColIN COCGH and bron taitis immediately relieved by Shilohs CanSoM by B F Keesling 5 JHAT JUCKIN COUGH can be so furij iy Shilohs Cure We jairantw it Sold by B F Kees COUGH and consumption is solO by as on a guarantee It Sold by B fr The twentysixth annual session of the Grand Lodge Independent Order of Good Templars of the jurisdiction of Indiana will be held in this city on Tuesday and Wednesday October 21st and 22nd 1890 The meetings will be held in Good Templars ball on Fourth street A grand public meeting will be on Monday evening at the Christian church on Ninth street Addresses will be delivered by Grand Chief Tem plar Wade of Indiana Harry BWhite G C T of Obio and E W Chaffin G C T of Wisconsin The public and friends of temperance are cordi ally invited to go and bear these men of national reputation as orators and temperance advocates There wiU be a program of public meetings for the week to be more fully announced later The Order of Good Templars is the largest organized body of temperance workers in the world numbering more than a million members in good standing and it is estimated that a gavel calls a lodge to work every second during the week A public reception will be held at the parlors of the Murdock hotel by the officers and delegates to which our citizens are also invited It seldom that Logansport is hon ored by the presence of so many lead Ing Itizens of this and adjoining and our people should attend these public meetings and give these people a royal welcome No One is Sleep Orer IU Indianayolis Journal The citizens of Marion Indr are offering strong inducements to the Pennsylvania com pany to remove their shops from Lo gansport to Marion They have agreed to bear the expense of moving the machinery give the company thirtytwo acres of ground free water and free natural gas and a cash bonus 1000 The citizens of Logans said to be somewhat disturbed over the matter Notice to Monday the 20th your monthly subscription to the Daily Journal is due also the special campaign sub scriptions and we trust you will be ready to pay the collector when he AU subscribers who are delin quent pi ease make arrangements to pav them If the collector fails to call on you please report that fact to this office at once octlldSt Col T H Bringhurst has presented to the free reading room all the books in the library known as the McClure collection There are a large number of books belonging to this library in the hands of outside parties and it is the earnest wish of the managers of the readingroom that these books should be returned so as to make the collection complete sept2Sdtf Xotice All persons owing accounts past due will please settle or same will be placed in the hands of collector octlSdSt Jonx DUXBXE r Hon W D Owen will speak niffht at the opera house at to Goshen News Mk i Helen Vaughn the leading lady in W C TirriUs New York Comedy Co arrived from Chicago on the afternoon train where she was called on account of the death of her mother AU painters are requested to meet Sunday afternoon at oclock at the Musodeon block corner Fourth and Market streets for the purpose of perfecting a Painters Union oct8d2t Otto Kraus ranks as a jobber as he buys underwear by the case he re tails at wholesale prices Natural wool underwear pure 75 cents ho sierv two for 25 cents The Trades Assembly will meet Sunday October 19th at p m in the Knights of Honor Hall on Market street All members are urged to be present New childrens wraps sacques and jackets wholesale and retail at the Trade Palace Learn prices before you buy Two of the most valuable works ever published given away tomorrow evening by Otto Kraas of course For I have good house and barn for rent at 826 Linden street Apply to oct9dtf Mss D A BOKGES One and a half yard wide cloth at 39 cents per yard at the Golden Rule THE EAGLE Fountain Pen Only 1O Cents Complete Useful Convenient Buy One Try One WHERE TO GET A FalllSuit or Overcoat n HARRY TELE PEARL ST TAILOR C GUARANTEES To Save Money for lYqu All Good Jour Tailors receive tne same scale of prices We Employ the Best To be found fand guarantee firstclass workmanship Our Goods are the Latest Designs And we have a Complete Selection NOW IS THE TIME TO YOUR ORDER Speaking of Pens are also jUentstorthe SwaaFountainPen The only Fountain Pen nude on scientific prSnc i ples Every Pen griaran teed togivesatisfaction or money refunded Printer BlanS Book Makers Wholesale Fonrtli St If You Cannot Decide WHERE TO GO CONSIDER WELL THSN CALL ON Harry G Tucker The Pear Street Tailor   

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