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piDTICllkJ HinPP P1YNTFR alike thus acted except perliapB In one
rnniienn juuuc r i m en , noted cage wjien thore wa8 net BUCh
complete dlvisUn, and that was net
when any Democratic Judge found
i ! . ii. .!... f-:i ' himself deciding against what his
Lciiiiudbuiiy ivumuuKya emmem
FLOCKS OFF ALL BY HIS OWN SELF!
Zalngtvn Heming JferatU.Z
Chief Justice l'aynter, net content
with concurring in the elaborate and
really able dissenting opinion of Judge
Ilobsen, Hies a separate dissenting
opinion as he has the undoubted right
te de. It is one of the inalienable
rights of an outvoted Judge te dissent dissent
te dissent in group or separately all
te himself. lie closes this separate epln
ion in these werds:
"The opinion delivered in this case
is an unfortunate one and far reaching
ln its consequences and effect. It un
settles the law which had been settled
in the state by numerous decisions
Tanking ever a period of llfty years, and
it is in disregard of the interpretation
which every branch of the Government
has given the Constitution for that pe
riod. It is revolutionary in character.
It is such opinion? as this that bring
reproach npe . charts."
Ben far a dissenting Judge can go in
criticism of the decision of this Court
is greatly a matter of taste, and tie
gustibua non est disputandum applies te
Chlcf Justices as well as te laymen and
common folks. Hut if the Chief Justice
is within the limits of professional etl-
queue in declaring that a decision of
the Court of Appeals, of which he is the
chief, is "unfortunate," revolutionary
in character and brings reproach upon
the Court, heM- far can a layman go in
criticising opinions rendered by the
Courts of the Commonwealth? We
recall that when former decisions were
rendered by a majority of four te three
and criticisms were suggebted con
cerning political Judgments such criti
cisms were denounced as unwarranted
attacks upon the Courts, as savoring of
contempt of Court, as exhibitions of blind
partisan prejudice, as evidence of a
spirit of anarchy aud lawlessness.
New that the majority is the ether m ay
the Chief Justice gives the signal aud
waves the baton of the leader of the
band of what is te be the substance of
attack upon the majority.
Let it be understood that we arc net
condemning the Chief Justice, for Me
belleve in frank aud candid criticism
of the conduct of all Courts aud of re
spectful analysis of all opinions. It is
the duty of every citlzeu te treat all
Courts of Justice with respect, te re
member that they represent the majesty
of the law and the dignity of justice,
and ought net te be lightly criticised.
But no Court, no etncial in a free coun
try is above criticism; noetllcial action
i9 beyond challenge. And during the
past lire years we have felt called as a
matter of public duty te call the atten
tion of our readers te various decisions
of the Appellate Court and the conduct
of certain inferior Courts, and te point
out the errors as we believed and the
dangereus conduct. Sometimes we
have gene further than criticism and
centured with frank, and, we trust, net
And our ilrst impulse en read
ing the sentences in the dissenting
opinion of the Chief Justice was te held
ent our hand and say "Hew are you,
pard? Yeu write as if you had been an
attentive reader of The Morning Her
ald;" for we have a vague remem
brance that in The Herald the judgment
was expressed that certain opinions
rendered by that Court were unfortu
nate, revolutionary and were calcu
lated te bring reproach upun that Court.
Our readers must net suppese that we
intimate that the Chief Justice lias phi-
giarlsed from The Herald but only
that the habitual and studious reading
goeu writing gives elegance
force te one's style.
We agree with Judge Ilobsen that
the history of the political decisions
rendered by that Court is net reassuring,
la net pleasant, is net complimentary
te the Court, ile points out that in the
appeals which he calls political the
Court divided en political lines. He is
tee Just a man te lay the blame of this
division en any particular Judge or
grenp of Judges. The Domecratie
Judges and the Republican Judges
Hew Are Your Kldnfr f
Dr Hobbs'Spariifusl'lilsrureaUklrtneyllla Pam
plofree. Add Htcriitut itcmetly Ce .C huaeaetii. Y.
I! In Diamonds
e We are ahewlnrj lite latycat stock ever shown In
Maystllle. Our prices are lower than you will find
" anywhore elae.
e WATCHES of the heat makes and ntwemt styles.
Call and let us show you hew cheap.
STERLING SILVER GOODS we are showing the
nreatest variety of patterns In this city. Spoons and
Ferks of every kind.
CUT CLASS We are showing a larger stock of
Cut Class thatt all combined dealers In this line. It is
needless te say our prices are right. ...
Fancy China, Sterling Silver Toilet Goods, Leather
Goods, Mead Bags, Umbrellas, Bronzes, In fact, every- Sf )
i thing first clasa. I have one of the finest Engravers In m ''
! In the state. Ne charge far engraving.
MURPHY, JEWELED &
party wanted. But this may be because
the Daraecratic partynover wanted any
thing except the law was always right
and always en the right side. We have
deplored this partisan division as we
have frequently announced, and have
often hoped that en some of these ex
citing questiens thore Mould net be
this unfortunate division. Hut lawyers
uud politicians are net translated into
saints by being transferred from the
liar te the Bench. They remain the
same men, the same partisans, the same
politicians they were before their elec
tion and promotion. This is true even
under the Foderal system where the
Judge is appointed uud that for life.
In the Electoral Commission the
Justices of the Supreme Court divided
according te political adulatiens pre-
' cisely as the Senators and Iteprcseuta-
tives. Indeed the report at tin time
was that these Justices were mere in
tensely partisan than the laymen en
We bclloved the decision of the Court
of Appeals upholding the Prison Com
mission Law was "revolutionary" aud
Mould be extremely dangereus; that
it overturned our form of Government
and - lelatcd the very ilrst fundamental
previsions of our Constitution. It was
a miserable partisan law in some re-
spects. A proper Prison Commission
might be made very ellicacieus and it
Was net against putting our Peniten-
tiaries and Prisons and public charities
under a State Heard that we opposed
but it m&s conferring upon the Legis
lature the executive function of elect
ing the Commissioners by which the
precedent was made that the Legisla
ture could create elllces net named or
created in or by the Constitution and
till these etllces by its election. The
opinion was wholly unsatisfactory
nay, it xrn conclusive against the law.
The Goebal Law was framed under the
principles announced in that "unfortu
nate" and "revolutionary" opinier, an 1
all of these sad opinions which were
calculated "te bring reproach upon the
Court" have been based en that "revo
This late Judgment is the return' of the
Court te the former rulings te the irue
construction of the Constitution and te
the fundamental principle that Kentucky
has a Government in which the three
departments Executive, Judicial and
Legislative are separate and indepen
dent, and the Legislature cannot usurp
the powers and functions of the ether
ii kit srsuAi , ji li rei'KTif thamp(iivine
ckv tf. cdef
J'ubllf Uilprr Ihitlitinp, Xe. 10 Kail
JfPlLJl Third. ittittt, Mnvnillr.Ky.
i I 'JISCKIP TIOA'S- l.Y ADVA XCE.
.! Year. 8-1
III .ttentli 130
(tint 3Ienll 70
DKI.tVKRKD BY CARRIJiR.
r Menth 2 tVuU
Payable te Culltrtur at rntl 0 Menth.
' lie that's uiuratrfvl, b.i tin pullt but une:
II ntlirrrrlme mi) a- feriirtur In him."
The many friend of the Hen. Les
lie Cemhs I'nited State-. Pension
Agent at LeuLiville, will be glad te
knew that he has been removed from
Norten Infirmary te his home, where
he is rapidly recovering from the in-
jury te his knee cap, sustained by a
faj in Washington a week or se since
WOMEN AND JEWELS.
Jev.lH, cim1 , llunrn, man tliHt lllie order of
a wninHir.i preference Jew el a form it magnet of
mlgliiy power te the aenuie ueinan. Hen Unit
Kreatettt of all Jewel, lieultli, It often ruined In
tlie strenunuH etIWrls te niiike or ne the muney
teinrt'bue I hem. If a woman will risk her health
te itet a coveted g in, Uumi let her fortify herelf
HKHlnst the lnnlillnuficHnejnenccsDf courIi.ceIiIi
hiiU tirenchUI ircllen by the regular lite of Dr.
Itiitchee'Htlerman Syrup. It will promptly iirrt'M
eontumptien In Itt enrlj atusea and heal the af
fected luiiKt and bronchial tubi and drive the
dread dlsetme from the system. It Is net it cure
till, hut It l it fertnln pure for roiiKht.celdt Ami hII
hrenrhtal treublett Teu can K'et lir . (ireeu't
reliable remedies at J Jaa M'oed it t-en't (,it
itreen'f '-perlul Almuhttr
t wanl0(li Butthlimay
Si (Hi of
Dizziness and headaches cannot he cured in any ether manner than by
getting at the root of the treuble and curing the cause.
The cause is almost invariably a disordered digestive system, or elsr
a bad stomach and clogged bowels nre responsible. Lnxalcela, the grea;
Tonic Laxative, is an unfailing euro.
It works gently and painlessly and at the same time acts as a tonic te
the bowels, stomach, liver and kidneys ami builds up the system instead of
weakening and irritating it as ether laxatives de.
Its remarkable properties reach every organ the liver, kidneys and
stomach, nerve, heart and brain and removes the cause of your debilitated
condition. This is the only way te secure an nbsolute and permanent cure.
Laxakela is the only medicine for babies, is purely vegetable and its action
is gentle, speedy and effective. Fer coated tongue, simple fevers, colds,
chills and languid feeling it is the ideal medicine.
It tastes geed. 13F Children like it and ask for it.
JjAXA-KOLA. '' ' a Ctfti anl f remedy te me during all conditions of health of the
gentler sex whenever their peculiar and delicate constitutions require a mild and
FOR cOicient laxative and tonic, and is Invaluable in assisting te relieve obstructions
T which otherwise would lead te mere or less severe pain or illness.
OMl!iN. It imprecs the complexion, brightens the eyes, sharpens the appetite,
quickens the circulation, remotes muddy and bletehed condition of the skin and cures sick headache iu
certainu by wnertng the cairn
Te women suffering from chronic constipation, headaches, biliousness, dizr mess, sallewness of the sk
and dspepsia, Laxakela w ill invariably bring relief At druggists, ac and (ec , or send for free samp!
te THE I.AX'VKi'i! rn . txi Nassau Street, H V., or 350 Dearborn Street, Chicago,
We have an idea that our friends of
the Kepublican press will attempt te
show that the dissenting opinion of
Justices l'AVNTEUIoitseNnnd Whitk,
Democrats, in the Breckinridge-Pratt
decision, is partisan, anil the opinion
of Justices GriTV, DrrtKM.K, IUknam
and O'Rkak, Republicans, is non
partisan. Cynthlana Democrat.
Nay, nay, beloved 1
Rut, if space permitted, and the
game wus worth the wadding, the Re-
publican press might republish some
of the Democratic praises heaped upon
Judges I'kvek, Payntkk, Hoiisex
and White "we four and no mere"
when they decided all the Goebel
casus in favor of the Geebelites. These i
decisions were purely non-partisan, of,
course, at least from the Democratic j
Here is a dispatch that's interest-1
ing if net impertant: j
CI.UM geebel reward. j
Franktert, Ky., Nev. 211. Detec- j
tives Armstrone and Harding of!
Louisville, who spent several months
during 1000 here at work en the Goe
bel murder case, are pieparing te file
a claim for the $1,000 reward offered;
by the Fiscal Court for the apprehen
sion of the murderers. The Detec
tives claim that they secured the infer-1
matien en which Youtsey, Powers '
and Heward were convicted. The
claim will be resisted. j
What does this mean, anyhow? ,
The nble Detectives claim that they
"landed" the murderers of Geeiiei.,
and CAMi'HEMi and Caxtrill claim
that they have "convicted" at least
three of the criminals at $3,000 per
New comes the Franklin County
Fi-cal Court resisting the claim of the
captors, after solemnly offering $1,000
for the captives.
Dees thi- mean that the Fiscal Court
. , , . L. , . ., Al .
intends te set up the claim that the j
murderers have ?ie been arrested, and
that, cen.equently, Powers, Vevtsey !
and Heward did net commit the
me tieeper one uigs into tins uee- y
bcl business the mere mysterious it
J3TFer Fur Scarfs
Mrs. L. V. Davis.
and Ileas, go te
A iim Hack Fer mi Old On.'. Iluw It I
Dune in Mft)lllr.
The back aches at times with a dull,
! indoscrlbabie feeling making you
weary and restless; sheeting pain
sheets across the region of the kidney s,
and again the loins are se lame te steep
is agony. Ne use te rub or apply a
plaster te the back in this condition. I
Yeu cannot reach the cause. Exchange '
the bad back for a new and stronger I
one. Fellow the oxatnple of this Mays
Mr. Frank nurgey no of xiiKnst Third
"Greater praise cannot be given'., ., , ,,, . -. . . . ,, ,
rjean'a Kidney i'llls than their wonder- HOVlland and LlmOgCS SaladS at 51.67,
I ful merit doserves. 1 procured thorn at I WOrtfl $2.50 tO S3 each.
J. Jas. Weed t Sen's Drugstore, corner i ... , . . . , .
I of West .Second and Market etreets. i HaVlland and LlmOgCS LllOp and UKC
(The use of this remarkable remedy1 Platcat $l.67,WOrtllS2.50 tO $3 Cacti
tiemoiiHiraied ueyuuuu question inai u
! taken preperly a cure surely will fol fel
I Forsale by alldealers; price SO centa.
a box. Festeu-Mii.iiuiin Ce.,
Buffalo, N. Y.,
Hele Agenta for the United States.
Kcmomber the name DOAN'H and
go te Mrs.
Silk Huffs and Neckwear,
L. V. Havis.
Mr. Geerge V.. Uoe, aged .'12, ami Miss
Kdlth Jest, aped 18, both of Orange
burg, marry today.
Liattalien Sergeant Majer Herbert
Montgomery of the Second Infantry
stationed at Kert Themas, Mas married
lit Carlisle Saturday te Miss Nannie
Williams. Sergeant and Mrs. Mont
gomery went le Cincinnati Saturday
niuht and left vesterilav for New Yerk
city, from where they will sail the hit-
ter part of the week for Germany te
visit Sergeant Montgomery's aged
patents. Montgomery is off en a four
months' furlough, and with his bride
will spend most of the time traveling
HAND IN HAND.
SleepluKMieftt, Xertetixni-f.', IntllgeMlen
tin- Untie of the Pietent liny. 3lii)t-
ille l'eiiple Knew tlie Itemed)-.
Thore is a condition that a great many
people get into these days net sick
abed able te be around but never feel
ing well weak and the least exertion
tuckers thorn out as months go en
they become weaker until resistance te
tllsease is practically overcomo. It
was directly for this class that Dr. A.
W. Chase's Nerve Pills were formu fermu
latedthey provide the lacking element
that Is wanted te remove the treuble
Mr. H. II. Wallace of Ne. 28 East
Frent street, Maysvllle, Ky., says:
"1 have been for a long time troubled
with sevore nervousness, dizziness,
sleeplessness and indigestion. Having
read in the papers of Dr. A. W. Chase's
Nerve Pills I thought I would try them.
I get a box at Cheneweth's Drugstore
and new I can say my nerves are
steadictl; I sleepwell; am net bothered
with these dizzy spells nnd my diges-
ten ,g R00d 1 can rocemmentl thlI
medicine very highly."
Dr A w cas0,8 Nerve ,,, an
BOlll a, M cenliJ n box at (IeB,erg or ,)r
A. W. Chase Medicine Ce., IJuffale, N.
Sce that portrait and signature of
A. W. Chase, M.D., are en every pack-
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries te fell
"something fust as geed."
Yeu run liny the fellow Iiijc while tliey
Haviland and Limoges fancy Plates at
S 1 .37. worth S2 te $2.50 each.
CUTOI-ASHATl'OST. If you am IwikltiK for
bnrirttlD ilnn't mlis ttae opportunity te liny tliesb
kue1i. Fifty 10-lece Tullet Hvm t fl.X.
West Second Street, MAYSYILLE, KY.
i "7 CANDY
The Smallest Less Frem Docu
mented Vessels Suffering Dis
aster Fer Seme Years.
SUPERINTENDENT MAKES A REPORT
The Cost of Maintaining the Service
Duritic: the Past Year Was
The General Superintendent Recom
mends That the Salary of District
Superintendents be haised te
$2,600 a Year.
Washington, Nev. 27. The annual
repeit et the geneial superintendent
of the llfe saving seiviee for the year
lbOl shows the smallest less of lit'e
from documented vessels suffering dis
aster since general extension of the
service, and also with respect te ves
sels of all classes, including the un
documented, with the exception of the
years 1SS0, 1882, 1S85 and 18S8. The
average number el Uvea lest annually
during the entire period, 2.") years, was
S7, one life having been lest in every
13 casualties, while the number lest
during the past year was 17, or one
in every 13 casualties. Frem decu
mented vesbole alone the num
ber et lest was only 7 1 te every 51
casualties. The number of casualties
te documented vessels wus 377. There
were en beard these vessels 2,849 per per
faens. The estimate value of the ves
sels Involved In disaster was $5,203,420,
and et their cargoes $2,0!0,5Su. Ot
this nineunt $0,403,035 were saved and
&94S.9G5 lest. The number of vessels
totally lest was 43.
Casualties te Small Craft.
In addition te the foregoing there
were during the year 393 casualties te
small cralt. undocumented, en beard et
which were 927 persons, et whom le
were iesi. the crews saved, or as
sisted te save, 422 vessels, valued, with
their cargoes, at $3,139,010, and render
ed assistance et miner iinpeitnnce te
548 ether vessels in distress, besides
warning from danger 231 vessels. The
cost of the maintenance et the service
The general superintendent again
urgently calls attention te the inade
quate compensation of district super
intendents, whom he believes te be
the poei est paid officers under the gov
ernment, considering the serious and
3xacting nature of their duties aud
the extent of their fiscal respenslbill
ties. Their salaries range from $1,500
le $1,800 per annum, and they are re
quired te furnish bends ranging from
&10.000 te $50,000 in amount. He rec
Dinends that their pay be raised te
J2.500 a year.
NEW BAStBALL LEAGUE.
It Will Comprise Minneapolis, St. Paul,
Kansas City, Omaha, Indianapolis,
Milwaukee, Columbus, Teledo.
St. Jeseph, Me., Nev. 27. President
rllekey, of the Western Hnseball league,
In a statement irsued Tuesday after
noon, states that a circuit comprising
Minneapolis, St. Paul. Kansas City,
and Omaha, in the west, and Milwau
kee, Indianapolis, Columbus, aud To Te
ledo, in the east, has been formed.
This will be distinct from the AVestern
league as new planned, and which Is
te comprise Denver, St. Jeseph, Colo Cole
rado Springs, Sioux City, Des Moines,
ind probably Lincoln. President Hick
ey will resign from the head of the
present Western league at Its annual
meeting next week.
Lead a Deuble Life.
New Yerk, Nev. 27. Jes. (leldman,
of Bioeklyn, convicted of burglary,
was sentenced Tuesday te imprison
ment for net less than three years ten
months nor longer than five years.
The trial of Geldman showed that he
lived a double life and that away from
business, church and amlly he led a
band of creeks aud planned their bur
Ex-President Cleveland Convalescing
Princeton, N. J., Nev. 27. Ex-Pres-Ident
Cleveland will be nble te leave
his room In a few days. Mrs. Cleve
land Tuesday night said that Mr. Cleve
land is still improving nnd though he
Is still in bed he will be able te leave
his room in a few days.
Can't Assign Salaries.
Chicago, Nev. 27. The branch ap
pellate court, through Judge Waeer
man, Tuesday ruled that a policeman
or ether public efllcer can net assign
his salary. The decision is based en
the ground that the prnctice is against
Docter Shet Druggist.
McBwen, Tenn., Nev. 27. Dr. J. II.
iVrringten, postmaster, shot and in
stantly killed Alex. Wright, a druggist,
Tuesday afternoon. The dispute arose
ibeut a prescription. Arrington claims
Charged Wiih Wife-Murder.
fJuthrie, O. T., Nev. 27. James M.
Nix, of Shawnee, O. T was arrested
en the charge of poisoning his wife,
who died suddenly last Friday. A
warrant has been Issued for the ar
est of Mrs. Nix's sister us an accom
plice. Oil and Gas In Georgia.
Alexandria, da., Nev. 27. At Plno Plne
rllle Tuesday n well struck oil and a
considerable flew of gas at a depth of
lCxperts of coal from the United
states tire still , Increasing.
An Enthusiastic Crowd Greeted Rr.
Adm. Schley en His Arrival
Philadelphia, Nev. 27. Rr. Adru..
Schley, who, with Mrs. Schley, ar
rived here Tuesday te remain until
Wednesday as the guest of Cel. A. K.
McClure, was the center of an en
thusiastic demonstration at the Bread
street station of the Pennsylvania rail
road when the Washington express-
rolled into the train shed. Mere than
1,000 persons were there te cheer the
admiral when he stepped from the
train, and It was with much difficulty
the police opened a passage way' for
him te leave the station.
Tuesday night the admiral, Mrs
Schley and party occupied a box at
the Chestnut Street Opera house as.
the guest of Sir Henry Irving. The
crowd at the opera house was one of
the greatest ever present in that place,,
hundreds of persons being turned away
long before the curtain rose, It having-,
been known that the admiral would,
attend the play. He was enthusiastic
Treasury Department Detectives Be
lieve They Have Unearthed a
Cleveland, O., Nev. 27. Detectives,
from the treasury department of the
United States government believe they
have unearthed one of the most ex
tensive smuggling schemes In the his
tory of the country. They estimate
that $100,000 worth of furs have been
smuggled Inte this country from Can
ada, and of this quantity about $25,000
worth have been confiscated by the
government, from seme of most fash
ionable peeple of northern Ohie.
Collector of Customs Chas. P. Leach
and his deputies have charge of th&
work of confiscation. The victims llve
in Voungfatewu. Canten, Masslllen,.
Clovelnnd and several ether northern
Ohie towns, but Collector Leach re
fused te make public their names..
The furs are of the most beautiful and
ccstly kinds. One let recovered from.
Voungstewn cost at least $1,500.
Gift of S25.000 of Andrew Carnegie.
Fer a Public Library Building at
fclwoed, Ind., Accepted.
Elwood, Ind., Nev. 27. The gift or
$25,000 by Andrew Carnegie for a pub
lic library building in Elwood has been.
accepted nnd the benrd of directors has
scnt a written acceptance. There is a.
stipulation in connection with the gift,
however, that may net be pleasant te
the donor. The letter of acceptance
says that the site for the proposed li
brary will be obtained, the ?2,500
pledged annually te Its support ac-
ertllng te requirements, and that the the
euilding will be known as the "Elwood
Public Library." As it Is customary
or cities receiving such giftB te name
.he library atter the Iren magnate, it
.s net known hew this action will be
received. It Is said that the name was
"hesen te placate some of the labor
lnlens that are opposed te ncceptlu?.
money from Carnegie. i
NO CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Recent Incident Between Chile and the
Argentine Republic Is Being Sat
Valparaiso, Nev. 27. It Is declared?
here that the recent rumors of war
between Chill and the Argentine re
public are due te speculation in geld,.
xchange and atecks.
Santiage de Chili, Nev. 27, via Gal
vesten. The recent incident between.
Chili and the Argentine republic is.
about te be satlstacterily arranged.
The Chilian authorities and ministers '
here of the Argentine republic will
shortly sign a memorandum of agree
ment. There is net the slightest causa?
Exodus of Gamblers.
Muncie. Ind., Nev. 27. The gambersi
are leminfi the city In droves. The
moral wave which was in vogue a week,
age continues, and the light Inauguiat
ed by Chief of Police Cashmere against,
vice has occasioned much alarm. The
crusade Is the most rigid experienced
here in years.
Journeymen Barbers Strike.
East Liverpool, O., Nev. 27, Alt' ,
journeymen barbers of the city btruclc
Tuesday evening, having rejected thew
bosses' preposition te arbitrate a wage
dispute. The Journeymen announce
that they will attend te customers
wants by going from house te house.
Given a Tombstone.
J..UIIIDV UlU, JYJf., .KUir. f, Air. 1U1IU. in
T ..tn..lllA t.-.. xr.. nn iru 11
Mrs. Jehn Williams, sextons of the a
Uaptlst chinch, celebrated their golden '
wedding Tuesday, Among the gifts re- i
reived was u ?f0 tombstone from m.
Te Contest Will.
New Yerk. Nev. 27. A cretin of nlne.tf
relatives of the lute Henry Delnn, wheV'1
died here in September, leaving un.;
estate estimated in valtie at SJ.OOO.uOO
gave notice Tuesday of their lnteu-f''
tlen te contest the will.
Erve Beck Signs With Cincinnati. . VJ
Teledo, O., Nev. 27. It wns learnedL
Tiiesday that Erve Beck had signed aj
contract with Cincinnati for next 8ea-rvi
Ben, and that he is te receive J3,0001!,
for his work. He will play second ,
Thn Rnftlhlr Mhttmirt. ' !J&,hi
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Washington, Nev. 27. The battle
ship Mis&eurl will be launched"'
Newport News, Saturday, PeceiabbiVi2