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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                JOHN GRAYS CORNER On Underwear forLadies Misses Children Men and Boys Of coinso everyone knows that we keep the largest and best stock of Underwear in the North Western part of the State and at prices that no one pretends to meet Come at once as now is the the change THERE are men whose souls are BO small that in the mysterious realms of the hereafter they will serve as midgets in the dime museums of hell There is nothing personal about this HON W D OWEN speaks at the opera house at this evening and he should be given a cordial welcome He is a popular and able servant of the people and has served them with houor SCHOOL Material PARVINS t Drug Store Daily Journal Pnilishedevery day In the week except Monday by W D PHATT Price per Annum Price per Monih 00 50 SATURDAY MORMING OCTi 18 nWASHiN8TOSCD C Oct Fair wattnerweather variable winds REPUBLICAN TICKET For Secretary of the State MTLTON TRUSSLEB v Fayette County 1 1 Kbr Auditor of State v 1 IIN WALKER Marion County For Treasurer ol State GEORGE WPIXLEY Allen County Tor Attorney Genera JOHN W tLOYETr Madison County For Judge of the Supreme Court R W McBRIDE Elkhart County For Clerk of the Supreme Court WILL T NOBLE Wayne County For Statistician JOHN WORRELL Hen a ricks County or Superintendent of Public Instruction JASIES H HENRY Morgan County 1 for Geologist JOHNM COULTER Montgomery County For WILLIAM D OWEN FOT Joint ana Miami BQBEBT R BEEP For Senator J C HADLET IT Representative B F CAMPBELL For Clerk D S BENDER For Sheriff H NKWTON MILLEB For Auditor F F BARNETT JTorjTreasurer BODNET STBADf For Prosecuting Attorney GEORGE W FUNK For Recorder SOLOMON SMITH For Coroner N WCADT Tor Surveyor A J MARTIN I I For Commissioner 1st District D T VERNON For Commissioner 2nd District ABRAHAM SHIDELER COUNTY revenue collected in Cass county for the year ending May 31 1890 Cass had besides this left over from last year and sold worth of bonds at THE twittering editor over the way cannot see in the comingof Speaker Reed a compliment to Logansport and the distinguished representative of the Tenth district but imagines that he comes here for the same purpose that Voorhees did This is one of the numerous mistakes of Benjamin WHY does not the Journal take some neighboring county to compare with All right well go you Cass county collected county revenues for the year ending May 31 1890 and had to borrow besides Pulaski county for the same year collected EightyFive Counties Of WWch Cass Has ffie Highest County Levy THE FIGURES OF THE JOURNAL SUBSTANTIATED AT THE TREASURERS OFFICE TIPPECANOE county last year built a bridge over the Wabash river It has free gravel roads and a half million dollar court hpuse one of the most beautiful in the State The levy 4s county 60 free gravel roads 4J bridge 10 court house 4 Cass county has none of these and none to pay for put of the county levy of 801 THE Pharos is just spoiling for a row and insists that the Journal cease its in insinuations and make specific charges giving day and date In the first place the Journal is not insinuat ing but is simply pubblishing facts In the second place it is the duty of The official organ of Cass county to explain to the people why those facts exist and in the third place the Jour nal never publishes any facts unless the documents are obtainable to sub stantiate in those facts THE answer to the high levy made by the ring is unique Cass county they say has no separate levies yet the first time there are bonds to pay there is a bond levy The fact is that Cass county has no separate levy be cause she has nothing to pay for by separate levy and when she has there is and will be a separate levy The 80J is higher than most of the counties in the State with special levies added and it is higher by far the average being about 40 than eightyfive coun ties comparing county levy with county levy the only fair comparison tickets by the election clerks the printed on pink paper and the county ticket printed on white paper The names ot all the candidates b printed on these tickets under the respective bends To vote the straight tickets stamp the tickets both the county and State on the square at the left of the tt le Republican ticket and hand them to the electjon Judge who billojt THE COUNTY TAX LEVY FOR 1889 on WHICH THE TAX PAYERS ARE PAYING THIS SPRING AND FALL IS 80J THEKE IS NO BRIDGE LEVY NO FREE GRAVEL ROAD LEVY AND NO BOND LFVY IN THAT 80 AND NONE OF THE REVENUE IS USED FOB THOSE PURPOSES THE NEW BRIDGES WERE PAID FOR OUT OF CASH REALIZED FROM THE SALE OF THE 000 BONDS AND THOSE BONDS ARE TO BE PAID FOR BY A BOND LEVY OF 10 CENTS THE COLLECTION OF WHICH COM MENCES NEXT YEAR CASS COUNTYS LEVY is COMPARE IT WITH THE COUNTY LEVY OF THE OTHEH COUNTIES And the Pharos Figures Clearly Fully aud Minutely Exposed It will be remembered that the Journal expressed the opinion that Cass county had a higher tax levy than any other county in the State and sought to obtain information on that subject How far the figures justify that opinion the public can see Of eightythree counties Cass has the highest levy and BY THE PHAROS OWN FIGURES ONLY FOUR HAVE A HIGHER LEVY THAN CASS ADDING TO THE COUNTY LEVY THE FREE GRAVEL ROAD AND OTHER SPECIAL LEVIES TWO of these four are bogus and belong below Cass as is shown in another column of the paper The few miscellaneous items will be explained later The figures marked with a cross in the Pharos figures are wrong and explained in anqther portion of the paper The claim of the Journal has been fully estab lished and the startling truth of the tax levy revealed and the dodging and personal abuse of the Pharos explained The law requires free gravel road bridge bond monument and sinking fund taxes to be collected by special levy The Pharos claim that there are any of these in the 80 is false and such a thing would be illegal To COUNTY LEVY ADD SPECIAL LEVIES AND GET PHAROS FIGURES will depoaltthe red ticket in the red and the whiteticket in the white ballot Box The Democratic candidates will be placed on the left olthe ticket the Republican candidates the right and other candidates next1 CASS LA PORTE 231 FACTS are stubborn things TUB SB is yet hope that the Pharos may tell all THERE is nothing so as a frank confession commendable COUNTY revenue collected in La Porte county for the year ending May 81 1890 jil750 LAPOUTE county Jarger in every way than Cass collects less this year to run it LAPOKTE county revenue f41750 Cass county for the year ending May 31 1890 THE Pharos asks why the Journal does not take some neighboring county to Cass for its comparison That was fully explained yesterday morning LaPorte county is a Democratic coun ty ths postal card is from a Democrat formerly Mayor of Logansport and the Auditor of the county now and the county is larger than Cass in popula tion and acreage Cass has 31112 eLflPprte 84466 people Cass county raised for the year ending May 81 not counting what was bor rowed nor mentioning what was left over last year LaPorte county raised Cass raised more than LaPorte county and borrowed besides tontXdlke Hlsmarck BEBLIN Oct William has evinced his interest in the Social ist congress at Halle and is reported to have said that the Socialists must prove themselves worthy of liberty or they would again ba deprived of it Prince Bismarck on the other hand is said to have declared that the Empire had ad mitted an enemy within its borders more dangerous than the French The name of Bismarck is everywhere hissed by Socialists Tlielr Siting for America PABIS Oct and Dillon after reaching America viiitinjf the Northern and OBrien the Western and Southern States JOURNALS GRAVEL FIGURES CASS COUNTY i jjApojtrE COUNTY 23 i HOWARD COUNTY LAKE COUNTY WABASH COUNTY J WAYNE COUNTY CARROLL COUNTY TIPPECANOE COUNTY PULASKI COUNTY HTJNTINGTON COUNTY MARION COUJJTY BENTON COUNTY GRANT COUNTY HENKY COUNTY MIA in COUNTY WHITE COUNTY J UNION COUNTY CLINTON COUNTY FULTON COUNTY 35 RANDOLPH COUNTY SCOTT COUNTY NEWTON COUNTY 59 i SWITZERLAND COUNTY i RUSH COUNTY HAMILTON COUNTY 51 ORANGE COUNTY DELAWARE COUNTY OWEN COUNTY JENNINGS COUNTY NOBLE COUNTY fifti OHIO COUNTY VANDERBURG COUNTY A DUBOIS COUNTY 1 54 BROWN COUNTY PUTNAM COUNTY ADAMS COUNTY VIGO COUNTY KOSCIUSKO COUNTY MONROE COUNTT FLOYD COUNTY 49 BLACKFORD COUNTY 5O PAUKE COUNTY MONTGOMERY COUNTY KJM GIBSON COUNTY FAYETTE COUNTY JASPER COUNTY fifll JEFFERSON COUNTY HARRISON COUNTY 9 LAWRENCE COUNTY BOONE COUNTY HENDHICKS COUNTY DEARBORN COUNTY DECATUR COUNTY ELKHAKT COUNTY WASHINGTON COUNTY POSEY COUNTY 55 JACKSON COUNTY fiOl JAY COUNTY i MORGAN COUNTY KNOX COUNTY JOHNSON COUNTY LAGKANGE COUNTY 41 WELLS COUNTY TIPTON COUNTY GREENE COUNTY 50J PORTER COUNTY WARRICK COUNTY DAVIESS COUNTY 1 VERMILLION COUNTY SPENCER COUNTY BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY RIPLEY COUNIT WARREN COUNTY SDLLIVAN COUNTY SHELBY COUNTY f HANCOCK COUNTY J ST JOSEPH COUNTY CLAY COUNTY fill WHITLEY COUNTY FOUNTAIN COUNTY PIKE COUNTY FRANKLIN COUNTY ALLEN COUNY MADISON COUNTY Highest of all in Leavening S Govt Report Aug iy Baking PURE DIED WHILE TALKING Startling Incident During a Discussion in the Socmllut CoiigreHl at Ualle HALIF Oct the Socialist congress was engaged in a debate on the methods of improvement of the Socialist press llerr Bautn garten a Hamburg delegate be came much excited while speaking Suddenly lie staggered and before he could bo reached fell to the floor dead The incident created a great sensa tion His deatft was due to either heart disease or apoplexy DwollincM for lierlln WorkingMen BERLIN Oct Government is about to erect 4000 workingmens dwellings in North Berlin The Em peror is agitating thequestionedcheap er railways to and from the city for the occupants Readthe startling figures of the tax levy article and if you doubt their correctness go to the Treasurers office and compare for yourself MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH creamery 223 24c Sfew York New York Oct strong with more demand fine grades Due grades of winter superfine spring J315937Bj dowlnter S336S386 extra No 2 spring do winter extra No 1 spring J425 do winter S53R city mill extras for West Indies southern flour closed quiet trade and family extras galea No 2red winter at JlttL delivered No 3 do ungraded red Nof northern i sales at yesterdays prices No 2 mixed No 2 Chicago white 69cNo 2 mixed October do November do December lots No 1 mixed 46 No 2 mixed 4714 No Smixed Oi tober 473S do November 48141 do December 49 mess steady but quiet November December eastern do western 22B24C factory New York Cheddar ItlOc western flat Firm fresh eastern firsts Canadian do western do 22V steady 6c for 96 test cenTlfu gal 5 716 for fair refining refined steady cut loaf and crushed 706c pondered 6r granulated cubes mould A 64ic extra candy A golden C lots closed steady fair Rio cargoes Clilcaeo Chicago Oct p prices December 105 May December December 4Sc May 46 January May January May January CHICAGO Oct Receipts 27000 Market weak lOc lower Heavy packing 447 mixed and medium light 8845 13000 Maiket steady com mon to choice shipping stockers and 10 cows and bulls 325 Texans J136S3 7000 firm common to choice lambs East Tiber ty EAST LIBEBTY Pa Oct Market nothing doing all through consignments No cattle shipped to New Yorktoflay active good coinfed Yorkers common to lair Eight cars shipped to New York at yesterdays prices prime S5 fair to good common Oct 17Tbe cityla over a horrible traeedy just disco by the police A builder residing in Kfiinckendorf a suburb Berlin horribly mutilated and kmi his wife and three children hatchet and terribly injured two oft of his flve children who t hcnaat had gone insane over IM his fortune CuicAoo Oct Fok twentyfour years jailer oE CookCotte died of pneumonia at his reSldencS 337 North avenue at Thursdajeta There are many white soaps each represented to be just as good as the 1 They are not but like all they lack the peculiar t and remarkable qualities of the genuine Ask for Ivory fe and insist upon having it Tis sold everywhere TOLTOO O Oct and ea ler cash and October tlOUft December May cash 64 January 5034 cash 41c steady cash and I October December Cincinnati CnronraATi Oct receipts 4317 shipments2186 commm fair to good light 14253435 fair to stood 4003425 select butchers MortarSpotted Skin Covered with Scales Awful SpectacTel Cured in Five Weeks by the Cuticura Remedies I am going to tell you of the extraordinary cure your Cuticura Remedies performed on me About the 1st ol April last I noticed some red pim ples like coming out all over my body but thought nothing ol it until some time later on when It begun to look like spots of mortar spotted on and winch came off in layers accompanied with itching I would scratch every night until I was raw then the next night the scales being formed meanwhile were scratched off again In vain did I consult all the doctors in the county but without aid Alter giving up al hopes of recovery I happened to see an advertise mi nt in the newspaper about your Cuticura Remedies and purciia them from my druggist and obtained almost Immediate relttft I begun to notice that the scaly erupt ons gradually dropped on and disappeared one by one until I had been fully cured I bad tne Isease thirteen months before t began taKlig the Remedies 1 know of a great many who have taken te Remedies and thiiuk me for the knowledge of them especially mothers who have babes with scaly eruptions on their heads and bodies I cannot exp ess my thanks toyou My body was coered with scales and I was an awful spectacle to behold Now my akin Is as clear as a babys GEO COTEY Merrill Wis Cutieura Resolvent The new Blood and Skin Purlfler and greatest of Humor Remedies Interim ly to cleanse the blood otall Impurities and thus remove the snd Cuttcura the great Skin Cure aud Cuticura Snap an exquisite skin BeautItier f sternully to clear the skin and scalp and restore the ureever species of agonizing Itehlog burning scaly and pimply diseases of the skin scalp and blood Sold everywhere Price Cuticura 60c Soop 26c Resolvent Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation Boston for How to Cure Skin pages 60 lllustratoiis and 100 test monlols PIM PlES blackheads red rough chapped and oily skin prevented by Cuticura Soap I CANT BREATHE Chest Pains Soreness Weakness HacklngOoiigh Asihma Pleurisy and relieved In ojlc mluutu hy the Cutlcura Aiill PlaNter Nothing like It for Weak lungs BEEGHAMS PILLS Cure SICK HEADAGHL Q5 Cents a Box OB ATT JDRXTOGISTS PuMtc Speaking HON THOMAS B REED OF MAINE Monday Afternoon Oct LOGANSPORg Hon W D Friday afternoon Oct 17 at Friday evening Oct Center Saturday evening Oct 18 f Saturday afternoon Oct 25 America Saturday Evening Oct 25 atsWatttra Coudensed K Too 4BKTTB JMvMM EaWemKxpMii 4aOnmt AMommodattoo a mf Marlon Accommodation DivtoiOT V IMff Kiprwe p mt Accommodation p lltfOpmt Indianapolis DlvisUn a00a Night 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