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DAILYJPIIABOS MONDAY, JAN. 10. 189S. <g; — _ == -. j | ~ — . . — - ' QITYNHW8. Korn Karalval tonlgbt. Mrs. John Tarn is quite sick. Michigan potatoes— Rothermel. Read the ad of the Golden Rule. Package coffee, 9c lb.— McCaffrey. By your shoes at Walden'a bankrupt shoe sale. Louie Bateman is up from Cincinnati on business. Linen sale for January now going on. — Trade Palace. Fresh country butter, I2*c Monday evening — McCaffrey. Mr. Watson, of Crawfordsville, in the city on business, Open until 3 o'clock. California hams, 5clb— M. McCaffrey. "Kourse we'uns are goin 1 to the KiDrnKarnlval. Be you'uns?" A large line of Rogers' 184" knives, forks and spoons.— Ben Martin. Charles McCabe returned to Cincinnati today to resume his studies. Wanted—A good girl to do general housework. Enquire at this office. Mrs. Jordan Henht returned this afternoon from a visit at Feorla, Ills. Mrs. J. C. Phillips, of Elwood, in the city for a short tives. is with rela- Frank Coolbaugh has resigned his as clerk in the Panhandle position ofllces. Mr. Freeman, of Peru, was in the city yesterday, a guest of Miss Alice MeGovern. Jacob Sadley has taken the position of chief cook at Louie Waadrei's reHtaurant. Hemnanta of every thing in the dry goods line at very low prices at the Golden Kule. Wm Herrmann has returned to Notre Dane university, South Bend, to resume his studies. Reed.s Southside orchestra furnished music for a dance at Clymer's station Saturday night. Col. Edwards, one of the jolliest Scotchmen who ever cracked a joke, is a guest at the Johnston. Mrs. S. W. Bowe, of Lowell, Ind., THE NEW LIGHT. Chicago Tribune Devotes a Page to It Prints Statements Prom John S. lalry and the Inventor. Tribune Man Thinks the Light Form of Phoephoresence. is a The Chicago" Tribune of Sunday contains a full page devoted to the so-called perpetual ilght invented by S. B. Nickum, of this city, also large group picture embracing views of tbe inventor's laboratory, a picture of tbe light and the inventor himself. The article contains the following statement from John S. Lairy, deputy prosecuting attorney, and another from Mr. Nickum. Mr. Lalry said: WHAT LAIRY SAW "I have been acquainted with Inventor Nickum for about five years now, and have known him always to be a hard working, quiet, first-class citlzisn of the community. We, none of us, have had much of an idea on what his efforts were being spent until lately, when it was given out tbat he was perfecting a new light, "I was given an opportunity to see the invention a couple of weeks ago There was nothing planned in advance, and when I was taken . into the laboratory there were no globes burning. But Mr. Nickum said he would give me a rough demonstration of the method he was working on. After explaining how his light was made he took some chemicals and of inches in diameter and attached the glass to his; air pump The room was darkened and the pump set agoing. As the air began to go out of the globe a faint glow was perceptible, which gradually increased until it was bright enough for me to see distinctly the faces of those standing around. This light staid as long as the pump worked, and when the air was let back into the glass bulb It disappeared. The is In the city visiting her sons, i! proceeding was repeated several George and Samuel Shaver. [ j times. The illumination was soft Charles Smith, recently declared ; and white and apparently perfectly insane, was committed to Longclifi f permanent while the'air remained hospital today by Sheriff Homburg. [exhausted." Lost, estrayed or stolen, a Scotch j THE INVENTOR'S STATEMENT. coller dog. Reward for return to! "Being requested for a statement Wulter Bebiner, 113 Sycamore St. j in regard to my invention, I will say Natural gis bills for the month of I that "he description of the light as January are due and payable at the I given herewith In'The Sunday Tri— bune,'is correct, and I could add nothing of interest to It at present. "Tbe light Is tbe result of a discovery made some years ago It could not be produced by the means with which it is made if atoms or matter were endowed with the quality of attracting each other. "I have demonstrated that the light will remain perpetual so long as the glass composing the globe remains unchanged. This statement is based on actual tests u,nd not on theory. "I intend to take the necessary steps to put the lights on the market, which will not require a very CDn- sldem'ole length of time. They can be manufactured and placed on sale at a price that will enable all persons to obtain them; and mus't, owing to their cheapness, safety and general utility, supersede all other forms of illumination. "As to forming a stock company, or as to what method I shall pursue in getting my lamps on the market., I am, as yet, not ready to make any company's office on or before the 10th at re- inet. C. W Enders, delivery clerk Andy Welch's grocery store, has aumed his position after a two weeks' illness Mrs. Henry Conn and children,who .visited Jacob Herz and family, returned today to their home at Muncie. Mrs. Eli G-reensfelder fell Satur 1 day and sprained her foot so badly that shfi is unable to walk without the assistance of a cane. E. F. Keller, wife and son and C. W. Keller, returned Saturday morning from theiir trip. They went as far south as New Orleans. All dress goods remnants, dress patterns go tomorrow at onr clearance sale.—Trade Palace. Be on hand. See embroideries and laces. Miss Anna B. McCandllss.an operator at the Western Union office, resigned today and will take a position as clerk in the office of Superintendent Walton, of the Panhandle. Nick Davis has sold 167 acres of his big farm In Deer Creek township to an Illinois man named W. A. Julian for »10,000 cash. The d«;al was made by McKinsey & Pilling. A son was born Saturday to Mrs. Capltola Brosier. Mrs. Brosier recently obtained a divorce from her husband, Charles E. Brosier, a former Panhandle passenger brakeman, now employed on the Monon. The Howe manufacturing company report business excellent. They are not at present able to get enough material to keep up with orders, owing to the bad condition of the roads. Thirty men are employed in, the works. Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, but it hath no charms for a policeman, and that Is the reason why the music box at the Cupid saloon will grind no more. Notice was served at S o'clock Saturday evening.. Union meetings will continue this week. Midday prayer meeting at the Baptist church each day except Sunday from 11:15 to 12:15 o'clock. Evening services lit the First Presbyterian church. Short sermons by the .pastors. Tbe after-meeting will be led by ROT. Belderwolf. Tomorrow will be a big day in our linen and white goods department. Short end of linens, napkins, a 11.50 napkin at 9So a dot. Many others at like reductions. 10 dot. odd towels at half price, crashes also Jc yard, . roller towels at 25c a yard, was 35 c, will bo in the crash. Don't fail to attend this lale-—Trade Palace. statement for publication, "S. B. NICKUM." IS IT A. PHOSPHOKENCE LIGHT? Ttie Tribune representative, who visited Logansport before publishing the write-up, evidently suspects tbat the new light Is ot a phosphoremt nature. He says on this subject: "For many years the problem of phosphorescence has troubled the chemists and physicists o:t the world. An Immense amount of work and labor has been put upon the task of discovering how it is produced and what chemical action takes place during its continuance, but without result. In living creatures and in decaying woofl the phenomenon of phosphoresence seam (KilcieS fsjcsimiie of ^7cd3! Awardmf DR. PRiCE'S GREAiti BfiKiNG POWDER WORLD'S FAiR,0«eAG(U8Sl3 to be accompanied by chemical ictlon, bat in luminous paints and phosphorescent salts the §ame result ueems to be obtained wltbonji chemical change. The question has long been one of most intense interest as possibly affording a pathway to the iSiscovery of a light without combustion and without heat. The new discovery, now brought out by Inventor Nickum, is thought to be possibly a step in the direction of a solution of this long standing problem. Tne fact that only the slightest discernible rise in temperature accompanies the giving oft of light "by the new lamps lends strength f-o this Idea." WHAT MAY BE EXFECTECTED. Summing up the result of his investigations of the flew light, the Tribune man says in conclusion: "Whether or not Mr. Klckum's new light becomes the success be expects it to be, his work cannot be entirely neglected. That he produces a light of some kind there appears to be but little doubt, and the manner of Its making Is new to the scientific world. Even if the light Is a faLure as a practical adjunct of life, developments and discoveries of greatest moment are likely to come from this beginning. And if the light answers the high expectations of its inventor the whole world will soon stare with open mouth aad dropping jaw at a wonder beyond its comprehension." The Pharos can add that Mr. Nickum claims that his light is not phosphorescent in its nature. RESOLUTIONS ADOPIEU Last Saturday at the Democratic Mass Convention. The following resolutions were adopted at the Democratic mass convention held in this city last Saturday: Resolved by the Democrats of Oass county in mass convention assembled that we desire prosperity—that kind of prosperity that brings fair prices foruhe products of our farms and increasing instead of decreasing wages to those who earn their daily bread by daily toll, and that desiring such prosperity, we insist upon the restoration of silver to the place It once occupied us a money of ttnal redemption, the equal of gold in the payment of all debts, public and private. We view with alarm the conspiracy formed to make Jgold the master—ill things else its servant, as one designed to make the bond holder and the mortgage holder grow fat while the producers oti wealth grow pjor. Resolved, That we favor "sound money"—the kind of money denominated In the bond, either gold or silver, at the option of the government •—and we denounce those who seek to make all government obligattjns paj able ia gold, in violation of the terms of the contract, as enemies of the producing masses, who must eventu ally pay these bonds. Resolved, That we still insist upon the right to criticise ths conduct of any public official, whetherjsuch of iicial may hold the humble position Of constable or the exalted position of associate justice of the supreme court of the United Spates. We insist also upon the right to protest against the tyrannical, insolent and unpatriotic coures pursued by corporations In the last presidential campaign, In resorting to coercion and intimldatloia as a means of depriving freemen of their political rights. Resolved, That we are opposed to the retirement ot the greenbacks; to surrendering to the national banks the governmental function of supply- Ing money and to the Issuing ol! any more government bonds in time of peace. We denounce the Dingley tariff as a failure as a reyenue producer and as a measure that will not provide a market for another bushel of wheat or another barrel of pork. It has already restricted the markets for American goods ana ha? forced Sew England manufacturers to reduce the wages or more than 100,000 wage earners, most of whom voted for sound money and a high tariff. It has fostered trusts. It has added to the burdens or the poor. It puts four dollars into the coffers of protected corporations to where it puts one dollar Into the government treasury. We regret—sincerely regret—that Mark Hanna, tltie learned statesman, tne discoverer of Wm. McEinley and the boss of the present administration Is in trouble In Ohio. We extend to him our sympathy, with the hope, tbat, in case he fails of election to the senate, McKinley will provide him with "something equally asgood.-' 1 Notice to Ltdiea of €1. A. £~ The ladies of Lincoln Circle, Ladies of the GL A. R. will znest at the Sunday school room of the First Presbyterian church tomorrow at 9:30 a. m., to attend: tbe funeral of Ulster Emma Goldr. Each member is expected to be prtaent. By ordur of the president.—Jane Tolind, Sue. .THE. Grandest Remnant Clearance Sale Ever Inaugurated in Logansport Opens at the Golden Rule . . . WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12TH AT 8 A. M, Xever in the history of the Golden Rwle hare we had such an accumalation of Remnants as this past vear and as it always has been onr custom from year to year, to make a grand sweep of all Remnants, Odds and. Endt at this period after stock clearing r,-e have instituted 1 the most Remarkable Bargain Feast ever your good fortune to attend. Every item you will find a GREAT BARGAIN. All are displayed on. our counter and marked Regardless of cost. Be sure and attend if you like Bargains. Remember Wednesday morning, January 12th. It commences at THE GOLDEN RULE. SEE LARGE POSTERS FOR PARTICULARS. Helenblazes! That's what the man said when his laundry came home yellow, orn and faded. Then he concluded to try MARSHALL'S LAUNDRY, and his linen was returned as white as snow and without being torn in the least. Call up phone 110 and have our wagon stop for your work. Officers of Court Laurel. At the regular meeting of Court Laurel No. 2, Companions of I. O. F., on ^Thursday January 6th, the following newly elected officers were Installed: Past Chief Companion—Mrs. Earl Stewart. Chief Companion—Mrs. Chas. McGowan. Vice Chief Companion—Mrs. Geo, Weyman. Companion Chaplain—Mrs. A, N, LaRae. Companion Scribe— Mrs, Fred J. Briggs. Companion Financier—Mrs. McGraw. Companion Treasurer—Mrs. J. W. Ylney. Companion Marshal—Mrs Oscar Parker. Companion Conductress—Mrs. Euphrat. Companion Guard—Mrs. Fridlger. Companion Sentinel—Mrs. Steve Parker. Horse Stolen. While in the city Saturday Light Farmer William Bird hitched his horse on Market street near the front of the Kreuzoerger building. An hour later, when he returned for the rig he found it missing. The police were notified, but the rig has aot yet beeo located. The horse is white, about six years of age, and and weighs 950 pounds. It was hitched to a road wagon. Is the Bible the Word of GodI At the Ninth street Christian church tonight the pastor's theme will be: "Why I Believe the Bible to be tbe Word of God." Revival meetings continue each evening during the week. Rev. C. M. Fillmore, of Peru, a most competent leader of music, will have charge of the praise service, assisted by a chorus choir. Everybody will be kindly welcomed. Arm Broken. Mrs. Rosier, mother of Wm. Rosier, the printer, fell in the yard yesterday while going for a bucket of water and broke her right arm near the wrist. Dr. Holloway adjusted the fracture. Mra. R. Is 66 years of age. HOLIDAY Shoes and Slippers The handsomest, and best assortment of CHRISTMAS Shoes and Slippers ever shown in the city. Patent Leather Kid, Ooz Kik, pink, green, red, lavender. In fact anything in nice evening slippers. See our Men's Bootee combination, Boot and Shoes just the thing' for winter. Stevenson & KlinsicLj 403 Broadway. 1 Til EX TAILOR? Can Suit You in Style and Prices. Annual Gas Fiates A RTIFICIAL and Natural Gas Bills are DOW due and payable at the company's office. Natural Gas Consumers desiring to avail themselves of the Annual Rate, commencing January 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging forsame. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. Tallej Gas Co, r.IVE THEM FITS. That's what you'll get if I make your clothes . Vm making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from $16 to $40.00 ............. . G. Tucker. Tailor, *& and Broadway. THOMPSON'S HERB TEA . . .FOR THE.. . 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