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The Richmond raiiauium. Monday, Junorll, ibuo.
Local pSFDinig G1S General.. L LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost- PCt NATION A 7700 .652 .633 .538 .431 .408 .385 27 , No games were scheduled yester day in the National League. iWILL MEET KING TUESDAY L0NGW0RTHS IN LONDON (Alice and Her Husband Will Be En tertained at a Dinner Party Tornor row Evening with His Majesty, the King of England. Publishers' Press ( London, Juno 11. Congressman and Mrs-'Longworth. arrived, in. London Eunday ' afternoon, having made the Journey from Southampton in the roy el saloon car, (attached to the 'regular steamer express. They were met at (Waterloo station by Whltelaw Raid and the members of the American em bassy. They entered a waiting carriage and were taken at once to Dorchester House, the home of the American am bassador, where they will remain dur ing their stay In England. The King 1s tobe the guest of honor at a dinner there Tuesdlay night when the con gressmand and his bride will meet his majesty. Both were in fine spirits and declar ed that they had an ideal voyage across and were highly pleased with their reception on British soil. TWO DRESS REHEARSALS Knights of Columbus Put the Finish ing Touches on Their Play "The Purple Prince." ' Two dress rehearsals of the play, "The Purple Prince," were held yes terday at the Gennett Theatre. Every thing is in readiness for the first per formance this evening .and It is ex pected that the production will make la big hit. The Knights of Columbus, who are giving the play. have. well selected cast and with the play itself which contains much good music and is light and breezy they hope to have the theatre filled both tonight and to morrow night The sale of scats has been good. Found Baby on Door-Step. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dragstrem, of Marlon, discovered a three-weeks-old baby on their doorstep one day last week and will adopt It. Mrs. Drag strem Is a slater of Mrs. J. O. Camp bell, and has many friend in this city. There was no clue as to where the baby come from, but it will be cared for and adopted. Fairview With Ease. , Yesterday ' afternoon on the Fair 'vlew diamond, the Fairview team took jthe New Madison, O., outfit into camp ;by the lop-sided score of 14 to 3. The game was too one-sided to be Interest ing, the Fairview men hitting at will. A good szed crowd witnessed the game. Red Men Defeated. xesteraay afternoon on tne camp bellstown. O., diamond, the Hoken 'dauqua Tribe of Red Men were de- jfeated,by the Carapbellstown team In !a fast game, by a; score of 4 to 0. ('Shiers,vfor the' Buckeyes, was in great ,form, striking out 10 men. Jennings ;twlried for the locals and pitched in ;good form, striking out 7 men. Tra kowski and Swerer starred for the Red 'Men. p: MORE? no MORcrni m, & u w so uss u 914 Main St- Chicago 35 16 Pittsburg .......... 30 : 16 New York ......... 31 18 Philadelphia 28 24 St. Louis 22 29 Brooklyn 20 29 Cincinnati 20 32 Boston 13 35 say 1 AMERICAN ASS'N Club Standing. Won. 28 Lost. PCt. 19 .595 Toledo Columbus 30 Milwaukee 24 Louisville 25 Kansas City 25 Minneapolis 24 St. Paul .... 18 23 20 22 24 24 28 31 .566 .545 .532 .510 .500 .391 .354 Indianapolis 17 AT TOLEDO. IPublUhers" Pres R. H. E. Toledo 2 8 2 Milwaukee 6 9. 3 Batteries Piatt and Abbott; Ober lln and Roth. Umpires Haskell and Eagan. AT COLUMBUS. R. H. E. Kansas City 4 12 2 Columbus 9 12 2 Batteries Groth and Ryan; Olm sted and Sullivan. Umpire Sullivan. J. I FINE GOLF MATCH Local Player Defeats Expert McBrierly on Links at Donny Brook. BOTH GAMES WERE EASY ON THE SECOND ROUND DIGNAM LOWERED .THE BOGEY FOR THE LINKS, MAKING. ONE PUT OVER 30 FEET. On the golf links at Donny-Brook, near Dayton Saturday, J. B. Dignam, of Richmond, editor of Dignam's Mag azine won what probably was the most brilliantly played match of the present season, his . opponent being Robert McBrierly, instructor at Don ny Brook, who recently came from Edinburg, Scotland, to remain this season at least and perhaps perma nently. Mr. McBrierly may have been a trifle at disadvantage because of the fact that the course is new to him his first game being played less than a week ago. However, Mr. Dignam's victory must not be detracted from. for his stroke Saturday possessed such wonderful accuracy that proba bly McBrierly at his best could not have hoped for anything but defeat. The match was thirty-six holes. In the first round Mr. Dignam won br a 2 up and four to play; the second four up. In the first round Mr. Dig nam was never in danger, though, his lead was cut down considerably to ward the last as a result of poor put ting, McBrierly taking advantage of his opponent's ill luck. On the second round Mr. D'gnam was given a great round of applause by the gallery when on the seventh hole he lowered the bogey, making the green in two drives and going down In a "put" that was probably the longest ever executed at Donny Brook. It was over thirty feet Mr. McBrierly took his defeat, the first since coming to America, with all the cleverness of the true Scot and com plimented his opponent's playing highly. Mr. Dignam expects to enter the tournament at the Exmoor country club, Chicago, June 19 to 21. Mr Mc Brierly probably will accompany him. The tournament will be given under the auspices of the Advertising Golf ers Association of Chicago. SAID SH0NTS MAY RESIGN President of the Canal Commission Cannot Stand the Climate In Panama Will Return. Publishers' Press Washington, June 10. A strong lmpressoin exsts in official circles that Theodore Shonts, president of the canal commission, will shortly retire from governmental servce and return to his former position at the head of the Clover Leaf railway. It is an nounced that Mr. Shonts's health will not permit residence on the Isthmus, which he deems essential. Toons; Linirulsta. "It's a queer thing about children babies," said the proud father. "If I say 'cat' to my boy, the nearest he cau get to repeating, it. is tat,' bnt If I make up a word i like 'oobijooble thii youngster can speak it i more fluently than I can." Pearson's Weekly. Practical Dlasrnostte Star a of Death. Dr. Ott of Lillebonne (through Jour nal dee sciences ; medicates de 1 Lille) suggests the following practical and simple method of ascertaining whether or not life Is present: The point -selected is the forearm, which is quickly ac cessible, Is free from hair and; is easily exposed. The arm :1s extended' horizon tally from the jbedy. and the, forearm pronated. If the test is " made in. the open air a cloak Us held so as to shield the part from all. motion of, the atmos phere. The ..flame of a candle la now direcy. appliedlto a spot on the: fore-, arm, Kwnicn . is closely ' watched J by f the observer. At the end of a-few seconds a swelling rapidly forms and bursts. If It contains air or gas the tissues are lifeless. If it contains liquid or "exuda tion life Is present, j 1 WINS AMERICAN LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. New York ;.. 29 17 .630 Cleveland 26 16 .619 Philadelphia 27 18 .600 Detroit 24 19 .558 St. Louis 24 23 .510 Chicago 20 23 .465 Washington 16 29 .356 Boston 13 34 .277 New York 0; Chicago 1. Philadelphia 5: St. Louis 2. Publishers' PressJ Chicago, June 10. Fourteen people shivered and shouted while the White Sox downed the New York Americans today in a peculiar game. Chicago won the game by a score of 1 to 0. She accomplished it with but one hit to her credit and that did not figure in the run getting. R. H. E. Chi 00100000 01 1 0 NY 00000000 00 8 4 Batteries Sullivan and Owen; Kleinow and Orth. Umpire Sheri dan. QUAKERS BAT HARD. St. Louis, June 10. Davis and Schreck practically won today's game for the Philadelphia Americans with' their good stick, work, the for mer making a two base hit and a home run, and the latter a two bag ger and two singles. R. H. E. Phil .... 00200120 05 9 2 St. L 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 02 5 1 Batteries Coakley and Schreck; Smth and Jacobson and Spencer. Um pires Conolly and Evans. . A RECITAL FOR MR. REID Mr. Donnelly, the Designer Played Several Numbers on Great Or. gan in Memorial Church. Daniel G. Reid of New York and an invited company of perhaps one hun dred Richmond people listened to a private organ recital yesterday af ternoon in Reid Memorial church. Mr. Donnelly, of Indianapolis, designer of the magnificent instrument play ing a program of a half dozen num bers. The full powers of the great and wonderful were brought out under the masterful touch, of Mr. Donnelly and the recital as a whole was per haps the most artistic that was ever given in Richmond. Last evening Mr. Reid left Rich mond for Indianapolis, aboard his special car. A pajt of today will be spent in the capital city and this af ternoon or this evening Mr. Reid will proceed to Chicago. MEETING T THE Horticultural Members Gath ered at George Dougan's Farm Saturday. A TALK BY PROF. LATTA POINTS OUT THE GREAT ADVAN TAGES OF THE PRESENT FAR MER OVER THE ONE OF TWEN TY YEARS AGO. The June meeting of the Wayne County Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held Saturday at Reid ston, George Dougan's farm, 'west of the city, on the National Road. There was a large attendance, as the weath er was perfect for an out-door meet ing. The strawberry display was a fea ture of the session. There were a number of varieties on exhibition, from the farms of C. B. Jackson, west of Centerville, Michael Crull, of Jack son Township, and of Nathan Garwood and Stephen Kuth, of east of Rich mond. The dinner was served on long ta bles on the lawn.' One hundred and fiftty persons ate from the bountiful supply which had been prepared, There was a canopy over the tables and the persons eating were not dis- urbed by the sun's rays. Following the. dinner the guests spent an hour in a social way. The address of the afternoon was then de livered by Prof. W. C. Latta, of Pur due University. His subject waa "Practical , Education," and in his. re marks, he brought out the contrast between the present and ' the time when the majority of his listeners were boys and girls on farms. During the afternoon, the guests were shown over the farm, which is a model in its appointments. Forty Hereford cattle,-recently purchased In Colorado, by Mr. Dougan, were brought over from Reldston Annex and exhibited to the visitors. Here ford cattle are rare In this part of the country and Mr. Dougan's invest ment In them is in the nature of an experiment. Have you been betrayed by prom ises of quacks, swallowed pills and bottled medicine without results ? ex cept a damaged stomach. To those we offer i Hollister's Rocky, Mountain REDSTOM AM Tea. 35 .cents. A, G. Luken & Co. THE CITY III THE PURPLE PRINCE TONIGHT. f d Steam Telephone the Rchmo, Laundry to get y6w lauidry. tf In the circuit court v. the civil suit of Miller vs. Fuller ill come up. Special Judge Rupe case. 1 hear the THE PURPLE PRftE TONIGHT Phone berries. 812 Kuth for 7-6t Trustees have United Brethren elected,' by the as follows: D. W. Haris. Richafd ck. Rev. Morton seph II. Hobson, Mills. and Jo- THE PURPLE ONIGHT. Teeth extracted hout pain or no charges. C. J. M enhall, Dentist. tf Miss Clara and Bertha Hemp of Jef ferson, Maryland, and Mrs. Walter Campbell, of Peru, Kansas, are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Slifer, of North Tenth street The County Commissioners, in their session last Saturday, took up the work of the free .urnplke super visors and received reports. There was no business of portance. THE 75c. PURPLE NCE 25, 50 jnd toa n H. StepVn L befn rriirrh. SedgWi IsJac LovA m L. f PRlNGElr 1 1 3 I fan u ffnrl Mr. and Mrs. J. N. gerstown, were here eeter of Ha- yesterday en- route to Dayton, wh e they spent !nt n( the day THE 75c. PURPI CE 25, 50 ar Robert Carterlwill . take a position today with the J nes Hardware Com pany. Don't suffer. Gl Petro-Pine Pile Cure at cents. any drug sts. 15 and 25 ll-6t Mrs. Edwin Dunham, 122 ' Fort s received a box of Wayne Avenue, magnolia blosson from the South, tiful and are rare They are very be in this part of the untry. Some good cats re yet to be had for the Knights olumbus Musical production, The le Prince. The Mary F. Thomas Union, W. C. T. U. wilL meet this afternoon at the home of ' the president, Mrs. Martha Little. An old document the Manual of the Schools of Wayne County in 1876, has come into the hands of County Super intendent Jordan and is an interesting paper. It shows that the school sys tem of thirty years ago was a strong one and atfthat time, there were more teachers employed than there are now. Some of the teachers who were with the schools at that time, ' are still teaching in Richmond. A small dog suffering from the ef fects of poison which someone had administered, caused considerable ex citement at the Pennsylvania depot Saturday morning. Prof. F. M. Webster, of the United States Agricultural Department, Washington, will be here today to in spect the local station on the Ratliff farm, northwest of city. He is on his way west and will visit the expe rimental stations in Kansas, Oklaho ma and the Dakotas. Both Hat Htm. thing," remarked Wilson "Tom Wllklns and Edith "Funny musingly. Brown used to be great friends of mine. I Introduced them to each other. They got married, and now neither of them will speak to me. Wonder what the reason can be?" Croaa Purpose. Mrs. Klubbs (severely) Pre been lying awake these three hours waiting for you to come home. Mr. Klubbs (ruefully) Gee! And I've been stay ing away for three hours waiting for you to go to sleep. NAILED TO THE CROSS. The Tito Thievas That Were Crvcl- fled 'With' the larlosr. In nine out of ten pictures of the cru cifixion where Christ's two companions in death are represented they are pic tured as having been fastened to the cross with , thongs or cords. The ques tion naturally arises, Were 'the thieves in reality bound to their different In struments of torture while the blessed Saviour was nailed to his? And, so, which mode of 'death was considered the morj)gnominlou binding or nail ing? Theremotenese of the event and the fact that in this case historical truth may have: been sacrificed ' to pictorial effect make the above questions hard ones, to answer. The early writers al most, in Variably refer to the thieves as oaviag Deem naiieaito tne cross, wnue the j early picture , makers adhered to tne general rule if i representing; them aa haringbeen : tied or bound to their separate crosses. Ifweiarejo glveaay credence to the story oftheholy-Empress- Helen; and her reputed discovery of the three crossesdnthe yar. 32S A. D., the two a manner, 'similar to that observed in the? crucifixion of the Bariour. This conclusion' hat been settled upon, for tills: reason: When - the three crosses were disinterred from the mound in which tradition - said they had been burled, that . upon which Christ had suffered .was; only, distinguished from 'the iothter i two" by the f miracles lt$per 'formed. , Ttds ; weuld; certainly suffice? tofproTeithat-allJtiiree of tfie instm- marks 'and .that the tradition of Christ being the only t one ; nxdled wa 1 not known 'at that time. Bt. IjouIs Bepu c T 4 4 v V 4 x uS HAIL OF HITS AT ATHLETIC PARK Giants and Greensfork Indulge in Batfest Yesterday Be- fore Big Crowd. : COLORED LADS WINNERS GIANTS, AFTER LOSING GAME COME UP FROM BEHIND AND WIN OUT BY CLOUTING THE BALL AT WILL. In a hail storm of base hits and a land-slide of runs, the Giants defeated Sunday a nondescript aggregation playing as the Greensfork team, by a score of 14 to 12. In briefly describ ing the game it could be called wierd. The first eight outputs scored by the vslting outfit were strikeouts. ' Boyd was in the box for Greensfork and at the getaway it looked like he was startng in for the strikeout record of the country. Notwithstanding the , 7 " ,"JV" uiauia uiauc iuicc una auu iuui iuub ojt him in the first inning. In the Greens Necond and third innings the fork lad's slants were slashed at furi ously by the colored .batters, but nev er connected wih. From the fourth inning up to the time Mr. Boyd was hoisted in the eighth there was noth- ins hei but one continuous delirium trem of horsehlde spheres whissing rough the ozone with whiskers on hem. In the classic language of Mike "Donlin, "everybody hit 'em Where the fielders ain't." To make things more interesting, the six Greensfork and three City League players also punished the ball. A regular path was worn around the bases and the outfielders got boils on their feet chasing base hits. Benson started in to pitch for the Giants, but after five hits and five runs had been made off of him In the second, he was chased to the tall Buffalo grass which obscures the horizon back of right field. Harris took his place on the slab and pitched a nice game, not- thstanding he was thumped hard asionally. It looked at first like Greensfork had the game stowed away in their bat bags. The Giants came out of the ruck in fine style and fn the fifth tied the score, 11 to 11. In the sixth, at the earnest solicitation of "Emalina" Devinney, the inimitable Giant rooter, the Giants spurted to the lead and held it until the finish "If you all come In home," yelled De vinney to two Giant baserunners, my fortune's made. I've got two bits up agin Greensfork." A - minute later both men scampered home on a base hit. Score: R. H. E. Giants ..4 0 0 3 4 2 1 0 x14 13 3 Gr'nfork 05222000 112 12 6 Struck Out Boyd9, Wilcox 1, Bur den 1, Harris 9. Bases on Balls Boyd 2, Wilcox 1. Left on Bases Greensfork 7, Giants 7. Hit by Pitched Ball Cates. Passed Ball Mitchell 2, Davis 2. Two Base Hits Boyd, Davis, Mitch ell, Harris 2. Home Run Ridge. Umpire Halderman. ! . Attendance 1,200. ALPH0NS C0LLETT TAKEN Police Arrested Him Yesterday For Violating the Sunday Liquor Selling Law. Alphons Collett, who conducts a sa loon on North D street near the C, C. & L. tracks, fell into the clutches of the law yesterday for trying to pry open the Sunday lid. Collet is charg ed with selling llauor on the Sab bath and he will be arraigned this morning In police court on this charge. Police officers in plain clothes scoured the city yesterday in efforts to discover if the Sunday closing law was being observed. Collett was the only saloonist found tampering with the lid. Arrested for Assault. Julius Milton, colored, was arrested yesterday for assault and battery. When taken in by the officers he was trping to hammer his adversary into hamburger. The arrest was made at North Fourteenth and F streets. The Elephant's Trunk. An elephant's trunk answers thM animal as . nose . and hand. He also uses It for drinking, -drawing up the water through his trunk and then pour ing it into his mouth. The elephant has a singular habit when suffering from the heat of poking his nose dowx his throat into Jhls stomach and with drawing a, quantity; of t water, which he then squirts over hia. back and sides t- ;cool his -body. As during a warm day this operation Is repeated about on en in every , five i minutes riding an ele phant in the sun is no pleasant under taking. ' tpa!de Dtwa. "So. you don't believe in college edu cation T ' "No,?glr. After graduation I near.'f starvedito death practicing law." "But you look prosperous now." "Yes, sir. I went into vaudeville asd made a fortune balancing a barrel or. my feet while standing on my head." Detroit Tree Press. Sareaatle, . Softly--I'd'have you to understand, slrthatjrmtnotisuch a' fool as I look. :Sarcast-2WjeHthen,you havs much to 'bVthaiikfal'for. Bind together your spare hours by the, cord of some -definite purposw aayror. HEAD THIS I Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal pun does not en ter, are inserted in these columns free, providing they are not over fifteen (15) words in length. No business advertise ments inserted free of charge. Advertisers will do well tq re. member th letUrs directed to Initials Only are not delivered through tc postoffice. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED Good experienced cirl for housework no washing, 1213 N. B street. 9-3t WANTED A boy on 'bicycle at Rich mond Cream Co. " 9-3t WANTED A dining room girl at the Brunswick Hotel. 8-3L WANTED Branch managers. $20 cash weekly. Live at home. Experi ence unnecessary, no canvassing, enclose stamp for particulars. Al uminum Hanger Co., Chatfleld, Minn. 2-30t FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs. $1.25 a setting Dressed squabs. Home phone I&8S. Charles Nye, 41 South 12th atrofet ap2i-tf FOR SAL Richmond property specialty. Phone 329. tf Porterfield. Kelly FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A res taurant in Centerville. Good cen tral location. Enquire of Mrs. Len na King, Centerville, Ind. 8-4t BOARDERS WANTED Select pri vate boarding house; well fuhnish ed, well kept rooms, home cooking, table board, transients accommodat ed, prices reasonable, 30 N. 11th St. 8-6t Everybody buys property from Woodhurst, 913 Main St Telephone 491. june5 tf w Qsock. The Centa The abode of Soft Winds, Pesistent Sunshine rams; the land of Beauty, Hip and Health. Throughout this wide ares fertile land is yet to be from a Northern standpoint From some of this land; an average, of $416.95, made last year on irawber From Cantaloupes $210.00. Peaches, Apples, Grates, return handsomely. QMUe but little winter feld. Write me for Facts and irures. G. A. Park, General Immigration and Industrial Agent Louisville & Nashville R. LOUISVILLE, KV, UNDER A HAYSTACK. The Seee of a Fimmi and Evcatfol Prayer Meetta. The most famous prayer meeting ever convened in this country was held in the summer of 1806 on the grounds of a farmer adjacent to Williams college, Wllliamstown, Mass., says Leslie's Weekly. It was held by five students. They were querying what they could to for the benefit of mankind. A thun derstorm occurred, and they took ref uge under a haystack and continued the meeting. Seemingly the students alone for the time being knew of the meeting. For years the place was un marked and the event uncommemorat ed. But those . students originated the foreign missionary movement In this country for the benefit of all lands and peoples. Subsequently Williams college acquired the, property, named it Mis sion park and erected a monument commemorative of the great result. It consists of a shaft of granite twelve feet In height, bearing a globe three feet In diameter, representing the world. The legend on the shaft Is, "The Birthplace of American Foreign Missions." Underneath are the names f five students who had a port In the meeting Samuel J. Mills, James Rich ards, Francis L. Robblns, Harvey Loo mis and By ram Green. This memorial is an object of interest to every visitor to Wllliamstown, and at every com mencement a religious service is held beside It. . Karl's Waaroa. In Germany the star group which we call the "Big Dipper" is known as -Karl's Wagon." Ostrich Feathers. An ostrich feather if held upright will be seen. to be perfectly equal on both sides, f the stem dividing it exactly in the center, v In other feathers the stems are found to be more or less on one aide. Jerry Ball dinars. In the early part of the last century a firm of contractors named Jerry Bros, carried on business in Liverpool, Eng land, and earned an unpleasant no toriety by putting up rapidly built, showy but ill. constructed houses, so that their name eventually became gen eral for: such builders and such work In all parts of , the world. - - Tae Hebrew Spaa. Ileljrew, span, often mentioned In thecriptvres,was 10.9 inches and carnal to Three palms. Praaetaeo. 6panisb name, of San wMIsion de los Dolores The orl, Francisco de Kaettto ?adre. San Francisco de Asis.-josT Santa Fe's full name, as transited is; i' English, is "The True. ,saa i acr an m sskrlX hTFaith-of Stvrrancis.,r ; - v' FOR SALE Nice 6 room house, 335 S. W. Third street. Reliable man can buy on monthly payments. See T. W. Hadley. Phone 1730. 9-6t GAAR FLATS. 1017-1019 Main Street. FOR RENT Five room fiat, room, steam heat, 3rd floor, month 122.00. bath Per FOR RENT Five room flat, bath room, steam heat, 3rd floor, back per month $15.00. FOR RENT Five room room, stjbam heat. 2nd flat. . floor. bath back, per moath $15.00. For farther particulars address Miss Elilabeth'Jones 82S Main, Home Phone 419. RENT rnished rooms at the Grand lor gi tlemen only. tf FOR SALE A baby cab at 205 S. 8th street Home Phone 1776. 5-5t LOST Gold watch and pin at Chaster Sunday.. Finder leave at Palladium' office and full description will be given, and oblige Miss Angle Alex ander, Richmond, Ind. F. R. D. No. 4 8-3t BUSINESS CHANCE. The best country paper in Eastern Indiana for sale quick. Large advertising-patronage. Have other bust ness. Address Paper, care Palladium, 7-4t d Gentle pin ess, Flowers, tentment VERY LOW PEIC! waa ries. need ' " R Local Men Get Patents. A dispatch from Washington says that a patent was Issued last week to J. N. Phenls, of this city, on a crack er case. B. Wilson, of Cambridge City, also received a patent on a saw table, for carved work. "HELLO, BILL!" " MEET US AT DENVER " We are sure, to be there, as - we are routed via C. C. & L. and Rock Island R. R's. Through train service Richmond to Denver without change of cars. On account of the National con vention of Elks to be held at Den ver, Col., July 18 to 21st Rata Richmond to Denver and return only $30.25. Just think of It! Dates of sale July 11th to 14th Final return limit August 20th. Through train service will leave Richmond Saturday July 14th at 10:45 a. m., arriving at Denver Monday, July 16th at 8 a. hi. Train will be made up of high back coa ches. Standard Pullman Palace cars etc "The finest train that ever come over the pike." Any one can take advantage of this excur- slon i I "You'll be sorry if yoru miss it" Mr. F. I. Braffett at 2Ad National Bank, Richmond hasdiagram of Pullman Sleepers. CiH there and reserve your berth. For- particu lars call C. A. Blalf P. T, T. A. Home TeL 44. Richmond. ' W. P. O'JLEARY ,.Th Fruit Cflerehant.... J0 MAUV8TREET A fall line o Fruit Vegetables. Candies. Cigis. Tobacco and 1 ; Groceries. FREE DELIVERY. J e . KE8SLER STREET TIER jf. General Jowork A Repairing. I ft Ml CLIFFORD p 1018 MAttf v