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HOW PARNELUTES CELEBRATE.
'Xbwy Demolish Houses and Frighten n
Dublin, Jan. 8. A party of Parnoll
itea, at Kilrush, who wero celebrating
tto now year Sunday night, became im
bued with bitter political animosity
.after thoy had filled themselves with
'Irish 'whisky and determined to wreak
vongcanco on their political enemies,
tho anti-Parnellites. Thev marched in
a body to tho rooms occupied by the
"Workmen's club and made an attack
"with stones upon tho building, smash
ingall'the windows and doing other
Tho mob gained fresh accessions
"while this attack was troing on, and
"when a proposal was maclo to attack
Temperance hall it was received with
shouts of approval. In a short time tho
latter building was in as bad a state of
wreck as tho Workmen's club. Tho po
lico were absent, and tho rioters had
everything their own way.
Gaining courage from tho fact that
no opposition was offered to their
rowdyism, tho mob attacked tho resi
dence of tlio town commissioners who
nro suimorters of Mr. Timothy Healy,
and tho houses of other men who havo
been activo opponents of the Parnelhtos.
Considerable damage was dono and tho
women in the houses wero terribly
frightened by the rioters, who threat
ened all manner of evil to them.
Toward morning tho mob dispersed
and the town, wttich had been in an up
roar for hours, became quiet. Many
of those who took part in the rioting
wero known to those whose houses were
attacked, and yesterday a large number
of rioters were arrested.
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW.
An Accident Christmas Bay Ends In
Death Eight Days Aftorvrnrd.
Newark, N. J., Jan. 8. Thomas
Eyan, died hero Monday night of lock
jaw. On Christmas evening while
working in the yard back of his house,
he slipped and fell. His hand struck
the remains of a sunflower stalk and a
small but painful wound was inflicted.
He went to the German hospital to have
his hand dressed and there were two
splinters in the wound.
On the following Wednesday the
wound began to trouble him and the
flesh around it to swell. He went back
to the hospital and there, it is alleged,
was tolu that the swelling did not
amount to anything. This did not sat
isfy Ryan, and ho called on a physician
who poulticed tho hand and otherwise
treated it. On Friday night Ryan be
gan to act in a peculiar manner and to
yawn. His manner caused his wife to
become uneasy, and sho called upon a
druggist who "old her that the symp
toms resembled lockjaw, and she called
in a physician.
About 4 o'clock Saturday morning sho
was awakened by her husband uttering
a terrible yellaud she found him fran
tically trying to hold his jaws apart.
She seized a spoon and placed it be
tween his teeth and summoned tho doc
tors. Everything possible was done to
relieve the sufferer but death was un
avoidable. The spoon which his wife
had placed between his teeth was thero
when ho died. He was about forty
years of ago and had been married nino
years, but had no children.
DEEDS OF DERVISHES.
Aa Egyptian Village Attacked by Two
Cairo, Jan. 8. The dervishes in
Bouthern Egypt are displaying renewed
activity. On Saturday a largo party of
them attacked the village of Gemai,
near Wady-Halfa, but were repulsed
after a fierce fight, in which several of
them were killed. Before they could
be driven off, however, they had. cut a
number of telegraph wires and dono
On Sundu'y a second attack was
made on Geumi, but tho raiders were
again driven off after a number of them
had been killed. The second attack on
the villago was made by a different
bund from that driven off on Saturday.
Negroes Ordered to Leave.
SriUNariELD, O., Jan. 8. There is
great excitement at West Liberty over
the discovery that a White Cap notice
ordering all negroes to leave the town
had been posted in prominent places
during Sunday night. A mob attempt
ed to lynch Grant Jackson, the mulatto
who eloped with Bessie Hinkle, a pretty
white waitress at tho Grand Union
hotel here, but he escaped to the woods.
A terrible outbreak is feared. Jackson
was tarred and feathered last week by
.the citizens of West Liberty, but he re
turned in spite of warnings, with tho
Eight Valuable Horses 11 u mod to Death.
Paris, Ky., Jan. 3. A stable at tho
Cedars at Snawhan, owned by Captain
T. E. Moore, burned Saturday night
and eight valuable horses wero con
Bumed as follows: Light Mark, Von
Light, Plenipo, Diplomat, Red Light,
Red Mark, Lady Von Wilkes and Betsy
Jane. The loss is $20,000; partly in
sured. Three years ago Captain Mooro
lost 500,000 worth of horses by firo and
had no insurance on them.
Died in Jail.
Nelsonville, O.. Jan. 8. John Rice,
an old soldier, had been on a big drunk
.for several days. Thursday1 night he
entered McMinural's shoe Btoro and took
a shoo knife. Ho then entered Biggins'
restaurant flourishing the knife in a
drunken frenzy and created a panic.
Policeman Worely rushed in, captured
him and put him in prison, where ho
died Saturday afternoon.
Saved by n Stomach Pump.
Columbus, Ind., Jan. 8. Little Billy
Snyder, a well known charaoter at
Georgetown, Brown county, took a
largo dose of morphine New Year's eve,"
th suicido intent, but by the aid of a
'stomach pump liis life was saved. Ho
had been on a protracted spree for some
Six Prisoner Escape.
Atlanta, Jan. 8. Six prisoners,
among them Asbury Gentry, a noted
murderer and desperado, walked out of
ail last night. "When the jailers were
inside, two prisoners grabbed them,
took their keys from them, locked tho
officers in and then mado their escape.
All Th'ay Cfoi'Wn. a Gun.
St. Clahisville, O., Jan. 8. Burg
lars entered the court house by means
of ladders stolon from tho firo depart
ment. Tho St. Clair Building and
Loan company meets in this room
every Saturday night, and a goodly
sum of money is deposited. Being un
successful in this otlico. the thieves en
tered the -treasurer's offico by crawling
through tho transom. Being unablo to
break into tho vault, they stole a- re
volver "belonging to Treasurer Archer
Burglars Cntight with Their llooty.
London. O., Jan. 8. -John Riley's
clothing store was burglarized and Sir7
worth of goods and monoy was removed
from tho store Monday night. Tho
burglars wero arrested while waiting
for the Big Four train to Columbus,
and at tho time of their arrest wero
wearing overcoats from tho stock. Thoy
were given a hearing, and wero bound
over to court in the sum of 500, which
they wore unable to furnish.
Senatorlnl Contest tn Michigan.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 8. Several of
tho candidates for United States senator
havo arrived and established thoir head
quarters. Foremost among them are
Senator Stockbridgo, who hopes to suc
ceed himself, and ex-Governor Cyrus
W. Luce. Both candidates are confi
dent of winning the fight, but if some
of tho Republicans bolt their caucus one
of. tho many dark horses will, it is
thought, stand a show for tho place.
Rdscucd from Jail by Ill's Sivcotlicnrt.
Bethlehem, Pa., Jan. 8. Last night
a young tough named Casey committed
an assault and battery on a lad named
Miller and was locked up. Later in tho
night some of his friends demolished
tho lockup, carried Casey to the ma
chine 6hop of tho Bethlehem iron works
and filed off the chain and ball, and en
abled him to escape. One of his res
cuers was a girl, Casey's sweetheart.
Two Now Tear Accidents.
Huntington, Ind., Jan. 3. Two New
Year accidents happened here. Leo
Adams was torn to pieces by cars while
blowing whistles in tho Chicago and
Erie yards, and Edward Kirchoff, while
shpoting the old year out, lost his hand,
the gun bursting.
Good Ground, L. I., Jan. 3. Whilo
skating on Shinnecock bay yesterday
afternoon with some companions, Percy
uarter, tne seventeen-year-old spn or
Jacob Carter, of this place, fell through
the ice and was drowned. Tho body
was recovered shortly afterward.
Percywas the only child.
Gone After Somerby.
Indianapolis, Jan. 3. -Thomas F.
Colbert, chief of police, left hero for
Philadelphia last night to bring Somer
by and the other indicted iron Hall
managers back to this city to bo tried
for embezzlement. Ho is armed with
requisition papers issued by Governor
Fair weather, except snow flurries at
'lake stations; colder; westerly winds, be
All Wool Blankets $2 75
All Wool Blankets 3 50
All Wool Blankets 6 0Q
All 50, 60 and 65c. Underwear at 45c
All $1.00 and $1.25 Underwear, 45c
All Domestics at Rock-bottom prices.
BiarFCBS AT HAIiF PRICE.-Ta
Paul Hoeflich & Bra
211 and 213 Market.
TAR. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex-resident Surgeon Go6d Samaritan Hospital,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence : Third Street, one door
West of Market.
DR. PARIS WHEELER,
SURGEON. : :
Office next door to Daulton Bros. stable. For
nfoimatiou consult tho slato in stable office.
TTVEWITT O. FRANKLIN,
WEST SUTTON STBBin
TO- 8. YAZELX,
Second Street, ihfth Wardf,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEGEON.
Offloe at home, 426 Eat t Second Street.
IW ibi if $1 B1T k i
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is n harmless substituto
for Paregoric, Drop3, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is thirty years' use ,hy
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishncsg. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria reliovcs
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and' natural sloop. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent mediclno for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q, O. OsaooD,
' Castoria Is tho best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo tho day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which oro
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to prematura graves."
Dn. J. F. Kinchkloe,
Tho Contaur Company, T7
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When you bo out to buy for CHRISTMAS tbnt
you will And tho biggest stock, greatest variety
anil choicest poods at corner Third nuil Market
streets. Will nave a special display of
Poultry and Game,
Celery and Oysters,
Fruits, Candles, Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Cranberries
aud everything good to eat, including our lm-
Molasses, Syrups, Coffees and Teas,
rflMini flnnA a
Provisions and every article kept
in any first coss house
call and examine.
.Everybody invited to
R. B. LOYEL.
If you think of buying a Piano or Organ, call
on tho old reliable branch bouse of D. II, Bald
win & Co., No, 62 West Second street, Maysville,
Ky.. before purchasing, and save from 825 to 100.
We handle the leaders, such as
DECKER BROS., HAINES
and FISCHER PIANOS ;
Estey, Story, Clark and Ilamilton ORGANS j also
orders taken and promptly filled for all kinds of
smaller Instruments and Sheet Music.
Got tho best. Yon will save money by doing
lng) are mado of the best material and are un
equaled. Honesty and ingonulty are combined
In their construction. Try one. For sale by
J. J. FITZaKRALI),
The Sanitary Plumber rind Steam and Gas Fitter,
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Anoncit, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in tho children's depart
ment havo spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outsido practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
medlcal supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo nro froo to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
United Hospital jlsd Dispensary,
.Allen C Surra, Fret.,
Murray Stroot, New York City.
lotes and Receipts.
Some bargains in-
BLOTTERS, INK and INK STANDS.
CALL AND SEE BARGAINS.
J, T, KACKLEV & CO
Hooks, Wall Faper, Window Shades, Fancy
Goods and Stationery.
From a Tooth Pick io a Turkey,
And pleaso let us havo your orders
Cranberries, Imported Macaroni, finest Cream
Cheese, Imported and Domestic Teas, finest of
Oranges, fancy Bananas, purest of Candles, fancy
baskets of Fruits, now Nuts, mixed and separate,
Finest of Dates, Hno Figs, best of Raisins.
You will find all at
HILL & OO.'S
Cures Consumption, Cough, Croup, Soro
Tlirout. Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee.
For a Lame Sid, Back or Chest Shiloh'o Porous
Plaster will give great tatisfaction. 95 cents.
Mrs. T. S. nawlilns, Cbattnnoogw. Tonn., says :
vShOoh'sYtialUtr 'SAVED MY Llt'ES I
yyspensia, idvor or luunoy
Havo you Catarrh? Try this Remody. Itwlll
relievo and Curo you. Prloo 60 eta. This In
jector for Its successful treatment Is furnished
free. Shlloh'a Itemeaiea are sold by ua on a
iruaranteo to glvo satisfaction.
ForSalobyJ. JAMES WOOD.
ryB. P. O. SMOOT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofice Hours 7 to 9a.ro.., 1 to 8p. m.,7 to J p.
Ofllca, No, 84 Second St., late Dr, Holton'i offli
RhuQoA RfWOF lm
You know how it is your
self. Doesn't this picture
bring up the good days of
your youth ? How we did
enjoy the turkey mother
roasted! Well, let us be
thankful for the rare bless
ings vouchsafed us to-day,
and with more maturejudg
ment HenAy Ort proposes
your good health and in
vites your attention to the
is as Good asla Feast."
But at tho same time he
invites your attention to
his stock of goods, such as
II EAST SECOND ST.
HEBE I COME T
With Lowest Prices: everything just the nicest.
Note my prices Just below, all Xmas goods mus
3 pounds best new crop Figs 25
3 pounds best new crop Dates 25
2 pounds London Layer Raisins., 25
2 pounds best Seedless Raisins 25
1 pound best Almonds 20
1 pound best Cream Nuts , 12J
1 gallon pure Crab Cider 25
1 pound best MIsed Nuts 12
3 pounds fresh roasted peanuts 25
Special attention given to fresh Eggs andjluttcr.
1 podnd good Gunpowder Tea 40
1 pound gooel Black Tea 50
3 pounds homc-mado Candy 25
2 pounds best Mixed Candy 15
4 pounds pure hand-mado Stick Candy .25
1 pound No. 1 Chocolate 20
Fresh Country Butter, per pound. 20 and- 25
Fancy Bananas, per dozen, 10 and 15
Sweet Mixed I'ickles, per quart 20
Fine Whito Flume Celery. Chickens, Turkeys,
Ducks and Geese, alive and dressed. Rabbits and
Birds received fresh every dav. A sharo of your
piitronogo solicited. Highest market prico paid
for produce. Oysters, canned and bulk, 15, 20, 25,
30, 40. 50 and 00 cents per quart. Call and seo
1. Tho'Houso and C0xl25 foot lot on Second
8toee. orm crl y owned by Dr. Aaamson.deceosed.
2. Tljrco 60-foot lots on Fleming pike, cheap.
Third street?0 y 0CcupIcd b? r- p- Parker on
4. A 27J4 acre farm, ono and one-half miles
from city, well improved ; 82,750.
6. A good" small house in Sixth ward, 300.
6. Two good Houses. Forest avenue.
O.ther property In all parts of city.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Real Estate Agent.
Vj" K. GILMOKK,
Granite, Marblo and
All kinds of Monumental work done In thebast
manner. Second street, above opera house.
p V. ZTOBIGAKT, JR.,
DAILY MEAT MARKET.
Corner of Beeoad and Button Streete.
T VT. GAXBrtAITJI,
And Counsellor at Law. rraotices In the court.
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