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now It Saved Two Trin From Col-,'
Boston, Aug. 12. The all-ab-jirblnj:
topic of conversation in town is tht bnivi
act of Isaac Williiuna in averting a collision
between tw6 passenger trains at Uk
Eastern Railroad station, in Beverly. Tht
train to Portland came into Beverly station
a few niiuuteo late, and signals wen-set
warning the Gloucester express, then
due, but the engineer of the express (lit.
not notice them quite as soon as he woulr.
had bo not known that tho road by righ.
was his. When he did see them he u;
once applied the air-brakes nd reveie
his engine, but the suddenncso of the act
broke the connections of the airbrake
and they would not hold the
train. Tho engine, trith wheels reversed,
was rushing onward, pushed by the
train. Danger signals were shown to man
the brakes, but nothing oould stop the train
under such headway. Among those who
saw tho incoming train was Ike Smith, as
ho is familiarly called by his friend, and
lie sprang to tho switch to turn the train ofl
its course, but to his horror found that the
Portland train had run on to the switch.
Calling to tho engineer to back off, he
btood by while merrwerc calling to him to
get away or he would be killed. Well
knowing it was his life or a hundred other
and perhaps both, he stood lirm, and tin.
instant the Portland engine was off the
switch he gave it a turn just as the incoming
engine struck it, the engines nasing
within a few inches of each other, ami
away went the on to a side track.
smith is usually employed on a
has seen many narrow escapes, but
never lo&cs his head. This week ho is employed
f fill the place of Mason, who is on
a vacation. The express had on board a
large number of the wealthy shore residents
who were perfectly wild over "Williams
and his daiing exploit, A. large
sum of money was made up for him on the
train; and moie is in More for him. lie
certainly deserves promotion. AVillirms is
iiS years' old, and -on of Joseph Williams,
A New ud IHHcrent Supply or lint.
"Washington, Aug. 12. The Quartermaster
Geneal having obtained authority
from the Secretary of War, has ordered
the purchase of 1,000 additional drab
campaign hats in order that they may receive
a further and more extensive trial
bv troops in Arizona and the Department
of The reports received upon
the merits of the l,()0u hats purchased recently
and issued are very satisfactory.
General Ilolabird has also adopted a much
handsomer pattern for uniform coat and
buttons. The new vest buttons will
not be used exclusively on the uniform
coats to be manufactured until the stock of
old buttons become exhausted. Action i
now being taken by the Quartermaster
General winch, if it should meet with tho
approval of higher authority, will eml
ultimately in the i.-Mie of blue cotton
fatigue coats and panto for all arms of the
service instead ot issuing only the wliita
overall and stible fro ks to mounted
troop as authorized under existing regulations.
What In Kxpoefcd From tin
P'Waphinoton, D. ('., Aug. 12. Some
racy star-route revelations as well us a romantic
family history, are promised in
connection with a suit entered by Col. A.
E. Boone Flora Cabell, for $1,700,
monev lent August 1 1, 18S0. Boone is the
well-known mail contractor, and Cant.
Cabell, husband of the defendant, is under
indictmont for wh.lt is known ns the straw
bond cases. The route on which tho alleged
worthless londs were given belonged
to Boone, but the sureties were furnished
on the contract for a consideration by the
Cabells. The latter were also1 interested
with Boone in several star-routes, in
which he claims to have been defrauded
out of some 10,000 by their transfer to
Mrs. Cabell. No allegation is made in
the declaration that the money was had
fpr the lady's necessary support, as is required
in suing a married man. This is
explained by tho charge made by Boone
that at the time of the loan Captain and
Mrs. Oabcll were not married, one or both
having other partners still alive, Cabell
was a Mississippi steamboat oaptain and
had a wife living within two years, when
her death enabled him to marry his present
wife. Col. Boone claims to be ablo to convict
the Cabells in tho straw bond cases if
they ever come to trial, and says that his
own connection with them has been proven
to the prosecuting oliicers to havo been entirely
A NEW ECHEME.
Oklahoma I'ulne Una an Energetic
St. Louis. Ang. 12, The Kev. J. W.
Dyson, of the African Methodist Church,
who has been a nMssionuiy in the Indian
Territory since 1 880, says that tho lion.
J. Milton Turner's Oklahoma movement if
creating quite u stir among the colored
residents of the Territory, who seem inclined
to follow his lead ratheY than
P.iine's. His idea is to take as many as
desire to go into the Oklahoma lauds from
within the Territory itself. lie has purchased
wagons and other for
carrying out his plan. There is considerable
discontent among the negroes because
tlioy have no vote and the land they live
upon belongs to the Indiuns. The treaty
stipulates that in case the Indians adopt
the negroes into full fellowship then
lands shall be surveyed and the negroes
given forty acres of land each after the
Choetaws, Chickasaws and other Indians
bliull have mado their selections, which
will be giving the negroes third choice.
Therefore they profer to go to Oklahoma,
where they can have first choice. On the
whole, a great deal of dissatisfaction exist
which will probably result in tits
United States Government taking action
on thoir belief.
The staging on the fourth story of a
building being erected on Washington
street, Boston, gave away, precipitating
four masons -to the ground. Frank Roberts,
tho foreman, will probably die. and
the'other three are seriously, but not fatally
LATE FRAME IMPORTATIONS.
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Satin, Paint-
ed Mat $1 00
Cabinet, Ebony and Colored Plush, Paint-
edlVEat ! 50
Cabinet, all Gold, two Colors 1 OO
Scarlet Plush, Silk Embroidered.. 100
Peacock Blue, Silk Embroidered. 1 OO
Scarlet Plush,Sanded Gold Bands 1 OO
" " " Satin Puffed Corner 1 OO
" " Star-shape opening 12 5
" Embossed Flower, Velvet 4 col... 125
" ' " Velvet Com'n. 1 50
Rich. Plush, Sanded Gold Bands.... 1 50
" " Bars 1 50
" . Combination Plush and Gold 1 50
Satin and Velvet, eight styles 50
" Ebony and Colored Satin 75
Photo, Velvet Frame, Metalic Rim 1 5
Plush Embossed Metalic Him 35
not fail to call and look at these Frames. Any
ol tlic above sent by mail any where on receipt ol price
and postage. These goods have just been received and
will be sold in the next lew days. Send all orders and
communications to '
FRANK R. PHISTER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
The practical advantages of this school ale
unsiirpised. ('Utiles huld nt City Hospital,
Maternlteand Maiyland Women1 Hospital,
all of which belong to this fcchool.
and Cheniu.nl Laboratory work
of ovrv student. Apply for a catalogue
to 1K. THOMAS HIK, Dean,
S'J, 2. Carey street.
rinii: uxivkumti or siKssisitiiri'i,
JL AT OXFORD.
Tuition freo body hut Law Students.
Tills Institution will open Its next session
27111 September. 18S3.
Tho course Is complete , the faculty Is largo
ablo and elllclent.
Tho termH are very moderate.
Tho whole Institution Is open to both sexes.
For catalouges and lnfoi motion apply to
Gen. A. P. Stkawxut, Chancellor.
J31dwlm 11. M. BULUVAN, Secretary,
opens Its nnnual Session Nrpt, 3,
1883. Persons having daughters to educate
will do well to examine Its catalogue beiore
solectlng a school
ADVANTAGEOUS FIRST-CLASS ; LOCA-
T10N HEALTHFUL; TERMS MODERATE.
For catalogues address
W. II. STUAKT. Principal,
JyGd&w2m Shelbyvllle, Ky.
No publicity: residents of any
DIVORCES Noa-Support. Advice
and applications for stamp. V. II. LEE,
Att'y. 39 B'wny, N. Y.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10, Spruce St., N.Y.
A, i! GLASCOCK & CO I
Is the best place to getbiugalns In
Stato& Monroe Sts.,Chicaaov
111 lemlprrpiu 1 io nny lu.irtu intir
iiarji UA i
for 19M. W pSii ilU
of loittum.nU. F'llu, C-p, 1WIV,
'lUt. Run.lrv RiTKl'OulhU. ltrrftlrin
MttcrMi, alo Inc'u Im lnitructlon n.l
for Amatrur lUuJi. aui Catnlviut'
of Cbolja liauiLMuilc
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old BROWN'S PILE CL RE will cure any
case of protrudlngor ulcerated bleeding Plies
by arfGW,appllcatIoii8. A'trlal will convince
nnylone who Is suiterlng with this loathsome
disease tlint,jwhat we sayjls true. For sale by
GEORGE T. WOOD,
Je30d&wlm Mnysvllle, Ky.
ROBINSON & CO.
Are Rt 111 grinding corn and nre prepared to
s;ilud your own coin or exchange at any time.
Wheat CUSTOM Grinding
Will be done as heretoloie, when good wheat
Is brought to them. iitid.vw.'in
ITor Mason County.
'PIIE following of tho Eclectic Educational
X Series have been officially adopted by the
County Board of Examiners tor exclusive use
In the public schools of Mason County, viz:
McGuirey'H KoadorN, l'rlmcr nml Chart
Huy'H ArlilunetlcH ituil Ali'Iirns,
j:ieetie UoocrnpliioH. KciiiuoUy
Kilitlon: Kleclic syKlom Ipii
iiuiiiHliip. Kloetiv History
of tile lliilifil NtnteM iiikI
uul Hygiene, etc.
Furnished at Publisher's rates by
MORRISON & KACKLEY.
a2d&vlm AjaybVllle, Ky.
the 1'I,a:kto get cheap
GEORGE OR1, Jv.'s,
mchSldly SUTTON STREET.
F ML GROCER ES
Illghestcttsh prlro paid forcountry produce.
JylWtf Corner Fourth and Plum slieets.
J. C. Fecor & Co.
"RARE ATTRACTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.-
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 18, 19,20, 21, 22, 1883.
$6,000 IN PREMIUMS.
ntr.rtiiuis ox all agi:s axi classes of show
i200 OIV FINEST BABY, $GO OINT TOBACCO
$uO ON WHEA.T, s30 ON BTJTTEK.
Other articles In propoitlnn. The management have deteunlned that Ittmall no longer
be said that this Is not a fair of Interest to tho tanner, stock raiser ami mechanic. They havo
ndilctl every attraction ami hope'tho peoplo will see the nvcesity of sustaining tho enteriulse.
EVERYBODY WILL HE ADMITTED AT HALF PRICE ON THIS FIRST DAY. Write for
proritrniii e. q "7S7. XXr3k.wX?&03ST, 3Pxosicloiit.
CT. ID. Socrotnry. . jyiiuKtwtd
TO AGRICULTURISTS AXX OTHERS.
REAPER nml MOWER season having passed, and to make room for a laige number of
WHEAT DRILLS, BUGGIES, k,
we have determined to offer FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY, commencing July 21st,
Queen of the Harvest FAN MILLS,
Corn Sliellers and Straw Cutters,
AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES. ALL ARE INVITED TO CALL.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
JylOd No. 7, Second,
Bicycle Races, .
nnd IS, Sutton Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY.
1 NEW GOODsf
BIEHBOWER & CO.,
(Successois to A. J. FGXFW & CO.,) G. W. Tmtor's old stand. No. iltt Maiket street. Mnysvllle,
Kentucky, announce to tl l ublle thM hnvli g the Inteiestm A. J. fc to.,
will conduct the Stove and '1 In at tin oiPs'JADrl U. . 1 ui'oi on Mitrket Muet,
Maysvllle, Ky. The new firings composed of practical mm ot long cxpeilenceand
wnrknieti. The best biands of
STOVES and TINWARE
will becnuMntl kept on bund nt the LOWEST PRK ES. Rooting and otl er like woik
doue In the best manlier nt ilguniauteecl toglve Mitlslactlon. Attentive and polite talesmen
ulnur ttoie Mill g!vf closest iittentlonto the wants ol oui customers.
W'A11 debts i wing by the Intt llnu ol A. J. FuneM & Co., Mill be t aid by us nml all claims
duo said tlnn are payable to us bj the towns ot the puiehose. Yours Respect In lly,
BIERBOWER 3c CO.
. TO THE PUBLIC-
1 frleiuls taoi them Mlth their ) nlioi. ate.
1 c idlally recommend thentiovcnnmeU firm, and
"would bu pleased to have my old customeis and
tfrsiicttully. (mchWkjAMOm) . W.TUJOR.
THE BEST FLAGS
j uimiLuj mmiiLLui iiininiiLj liuij
Latest and mot Impioved styles ol Cooltlng and Heatlnc Stoves, made nt Wheeling, W
Va,. of hot blast charcoal lron.wnrrauted not to havea&lugloouncoot scrap In them, These
btoves. of course, wear tho longest. .,,,,, , ,
JIOVSi; FUItNISHlNO ;! JS of nil kinds nml tho Best quality.
lEi;uiiKSN IX Clt K A. 11 has no complications beyond the capacity of
a child. Tho can sets squarely anywhere. The dasher Is
I,irn,K joKKIt AMIJ Clnopund Effective. Best made.
QUEEN OF T1IK VEST WATEIl WUAWLK, which saves hnlt of the labor of draw-lug
wuter trom a well or cistern.
KAltl.Y ltKAKFANT'OKINO fT0VE, which Is ndmltted by all who have used It
to have no superior. Call and bee It. Call and seo ns whether yon wish to buy or not.
npllSdly BLATTERMAN & POWER.
A Specific for Dyspepsia and Diseases
of tho Kidneys.
been used with most gratifying sue-cess
HAS In many obstinate coses. Prof, F,
W.Clarlc, professor of CliemNtry at tho University
ot Cincinnati Hays this water "belongs
to the same class with that of tho Alleghany
Bpriugs, ot Virginia," tho medicinal vlitues
of which orotoo well known toho stated hero.
Those who deslio to try this famous water
aro referred to Captain C. W. Royd, Lovauna
Ohio; Captain O. M. Hollowny. Cincinnati,
Ohio; .T. J. Ralpo, Cincinnati, Olilo. For sule
In hulf barrels and jugs by
UUS. himjuuisb, rropneior,
m23d&wtf Aberdeen, Ohio.
No. 0,W, 8ccoiISt.,ii.OpernIIoruc(
Frultsand Vegetnblesln season. Your patron
a ge respectfully solicited. (Udly
TNWAR L ETC,
Htieet. three uoors below
Market street, Maysvllle, Ky. apUKdly
F. L. TRAYSER,
:Dealor In first-class:
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUtjED AND . , REPAIRED I
Front Street, Maysvillc.