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SATri?DAY .Jl'I.V 11. IM?.
CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS hursday, July 2. '.?.irai Charlea R, Rockwell, retir? aam, Mass., of . at the age of sixty-eight years. William Fiurns. an iron worker, out . dropped dead in his l'a., from the shock to his arrest. Dow Harrey, Pa. I>d.. su perlo ' pub!i? schools 0 nom:; president of the Nations lation. 1 irnaha w sued I'r Iti 1 Btatee ? Thomas < ca, was ln : by a grand jury in New York on charges of perjury and forg Friday, July 3. hold ine r of the National i com par , l? niant r?.t G. l'a . was * ely de on of a faaolhv SB 1 thirty six injured near Knobnoster. Mo., lai on Uided with the st ? tmis special. rlously injured an?i two dwelling % - partiall} was . agent*? orla, s ?hy Italian. lt\ing at M? Ke Pa. Monday. July ?. tn the amount of $::i>.i"iO mi ? allow ol sta: gs. The p?. I ? a mail robber want h and unable to swim, Clement, the ?even I ear old son oi J ft Moataoas er\. ville. Pa., was drown.'d in Fish:?. Alter an illness of mor?? than twe I .lud g? State* : at the fami, rg. Tuesday. July 7. fis thf >.it lona. risiian Union, o? t h? ' . .Inly 7 '. MtnlngtoT th?? ? l'-r. at $ Mr fur Ion. orderly ? as s Basa Mrs ars old : k. hss I alan r,>n ? and has ai M D Pur?! eral, to the vacai Wednesday, July 8. in.?tubers of OBM family, w :ii the ? river, r.< ar I'nadllla.^" ring 8 Algernon Sartorie, a grandson ol ?nt, has beoa app at Guatemala I On?? man was killed, a woman wa* fatally injure?! and damano amounting to f l( M? not. Pa., when a boiler in the stattet plant ?xplo!. iiumerman. aged seventysli years, engage : Non "a., for many : ? self li the mouth with a ??\?.!\.t. Bishcp Potter Out of Danger. withal tndlng I : Blshoi Hem from tlnues to lso.pi ? hat the, . I prog! ' practica1! Fail On H.ty Fork Fatal. I? .t a pitchl was tl ' and Mi her??. As Taylor is employed as s rural mall carrier the boy ha.i doing most of the farm work, and il was while ae was driving iato the barn with a load of hay that he met his ricota Beatesi on top of ta the ! : hit the top of the door frame I:- iH t:o >wn from the waK'in. his has Bf the floor with kl body was im pah d upon Use tin??? of the fork ? his abXloraen. H?? il atantly. Bursting Ab&cess Strangles Woman. Mrs. Franklin I.anVrty. wife of a hadinir eajfe proprietor at Pottstown. a few minutes aft. r hav ing a molar The woman had boon in the bc3t nt health, with ion of a ?hige abscess at tbe root of th?? tooth. After the tooth had been extracted, ?he abscess burst and the woman was strangle?! to death. She was 'wenty four years old. and was a member of a well-known family hare. Convict Nominated For President. CawawaaMattag for president and vl< e preptdeut of the Cnited States w.-re nominated and a platform was adopted by the national COnseattaa of the Sixlallst Labor party in New York. The ticket named Is as follows: For president?Martin 11 Preston, ol la. For vice president?Donald Munro. of Virginia. The nomination of Pna*iou for pr?s Ideot was unanimous. The can was placed in nomination by Daniel De Leon, who characterized the man he was naming as "an honest work ingman. not a professional working man." De Leon explained that Preston had b?*cn ? to twenty-?Ire imprisonment for shoot ??? a rsBtBUJ ant ?teener in Qoldneld three years uring a Btril Preston, D? asserted, had acted as the pp ? is. and !>? had enraged a restaurant keener nam rer, Mr ? ??aid. wa.? D while threa? to kill tho la? Potator.iato Vine. Alfred .-ted witfc ^achusetts agriniltural com is growing potatoes a? . ? ? enl station at Worcester. Thii sapertmeaiti that he has b ary Mr. if ted Ix>rll ? tad? vin.-., and now has a number of doebls plants -iato pianti Ith tosnatoea, whOa in th? gruu: of an egg Good Road As Memorial to Lincoln ? ? velini from ?evenly-two BtOea, as a rial memorial to Abraham Lin coin. Is ? latloa ma ! assistant general and formerly a from Mini: Lincoln memoria. come ?leary'i ? ! in a pr.-limin ?unmlssion, of whirl: he I Drowned With Faithful Dog. laraln I: ? and hi? faithful dog, who lad'a ? ? drowsed in ths ths fooat of High ? 1 of a lit . bul tie r broke aud ht was unable to beep himself afloat. Th? dos. which had Bared his II again went to his rescue, bat th In his Badatesi his arm and tho two went down ? PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Latest Closing Prices In the Principal Markets. PHILADELPHIA wlntei i-iia rollet UVE I' WHEAT ?..Wer ?' hay ?thy. lu St?-a ? i ? ? ! ? \ ls firm ?? So. :t. 6??> .Si'.'-jc. BI creamer) ? I an i ylvania dairy prints ? ?l\ani?. Virginia and West VI lit.; southern. 1 ?.? per dosea. Live Stock Markets. PITTSBURG l Union Stock Tardi)? ? ?.? higher; nrlm??. $ lambs higher, pri ? i ? ulls au : veal calves $7 -? 7.50 !!< ? ,S higher; prim. medium bea ?*. ers, 16.50; pigs, $ ? ti 10; roughs, Ju u ???. _ Ten.Year-Old Bo> Held For Murder. Robert Jar i years of age has been taken to Jail at Lepueur his home at Cas?te charged with having shot and Instanti? St .lohn, a boy about for whom he la said tc have lain in w Killed By Pitched Ball. Elmer Cole, a ? ' the Ber ?Steh Hrt^, B ?H club, died ;. hospital at Wilkes Barre. Pa., aa a re? sult of betag int with a pitched bali m a game played at Bloonisburg. Pa., las? Sat ? ? Didn't Erca?en Him. "They -. BB a man.' ?ai'. u an '? nan. ? ? h?? is!" an Workinn for It. ? aa hour The Feminine ? -* of it. wh;i : . for new or a A Slight Misunderstanding. "Is your occupation a tedentary one?" ?*** Well, tt rnli?ht be that I can't get out much while I'm worh ing."?Baltimore American. ci* 4~ ? I m -Hl?-? W IT WILL PAY YOU **aa****-*MM To interest yourself in promot- ? ingthe CIRCULATION of th RICHMOND PLANET iF YOU ? TALK WITH YOUR NEIGH ~T ? r?.71FrC II?. WILL HELP YOU TO OBTAIN' A PREMIUM ki SHOULD YOU DESIRE ANY COLORED JOURNAL IN THE UNITED STATES. WE WILL SEND IT TO YOU IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PLANET ATA GREATLY REDUCED RATE FOR BOTH IN ORDER TO FURTHER INCREASE OUR S'L> pa. ? Gl IRCULATiON WE will. Off ??* WE WILL SEND YOU ?taaTTHE PLANE ? AND THE ST LOUIS. MISSOURI. SEMI-WEEKLY GLOBE DEMOCRAT. ONE OF THE LEADING REPUBLICAN JOURNALS IN THE UNIT-. f STATES FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BOTH. WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BO i WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND jpMcCLURE'S MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YEAR W FOR BOTH. FOR TWO YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS OR THEIR EQUIVALENT. WE WILL SEND PIC TURES. ONE ONLY. OF PRESIDENT THEO DORE ROOSEVELT. DR. BOOKER T. WASH INGTON. BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. LAND BAT TLE OF QUASIMAS NEAR SANTIAGO. JUNE 24. 1898. SHOWING THE NINTH AND TENTH COL ORED CAVALRY IN SUPPORT OF ROUGH Rl DERS. SIZE 20X28 AND 20X24 INCHES. LAND BATTLE AND CHARGE OF THE 24TH fit 25TF COLORED INFANTRY IN RESCUE OF ROUGH RIDERS AT SAN JUAN HILL. JULY 2. 1898. SIZE 20X28 AND 2?X24 INCHES. ADMIRAL DEWEYS GREAT NAVAL BATTLE OFF CAVITE IN MA MI A BAY. MAY 1ST, 1898. NAVAL BATTLE. DESTRUCTION OF ADMIRAL CERVERAS SPANISH FLEET OFF SANTIAGO DE CUBA. JU 3RD. 1898. SIZE 22X28 INCHES; LAND BAT ? I JE. CAPTURE OF EL CANEY. EL PASO AND FORTIFICATIONS OF SANTIAGO. JULY FIRST AND SECOND. 1898. SIZE 22X28 AND 22X27 INCHES. WE WILL SEND YOU ONE OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON THE SAME TERMS. THE PICTURES LIKE THE OTHER BATTLES ARE FINISHED IN COLORS. THEY ARE 22X28 INCHES AND RE TAIL AT ONE DOLLAR EACH. WE WILL FURNISH FRAMES FOR ANY OF THESE FINF CHROMOS FOR 2 DOLLARS & 50CTS. EACH AD DITIONAL BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BA'I TLE OF SHILOH. BATTLE OF FIVE FORKS. VA.. BATTLE OF ATLANTA. GA. BATTLE OF SPOTTSYLVANIA. VA.. BATTLE OF VICKS BURG. MISS.. BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUN? TAIN, TENN.. BATTLE BETWEEN THE MONI TOR AND THE MERRIMAC. BATTLE OF BULL RUN. VA.. BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE. BATTLE OF THE BIG HORN. (CUSTER'S LAST CHARGE) STORMING OF FORT WAGNER. S C. (COLORED TROOPS IN THIS FIGHT). BAT ? OF NEW ORLEANS. LA.. CAPTURE AND , ??? OF SITTING BULL THE GREAT IN? DIAN CHIEFTAIN; FORT PILLOW MASSACRE. FALL OF PETERSBURG. VA.. BATTLE OF WIN? CHESTER. VA. BATTLE OF OLUSTEE. FLA WE WILL SEND FAMILY RECORD. SIZE 22 BY 28. WHICH CONTAINS SPACE FOR PHOTO GRAPHS OF PARENTS AND TEN CHILDREN WE WILL SEND SOLDIERS WAR RECORD (CER TIF?CATE OF SERVICE IN UNITED STATES AR MY.) FOR FIVE NEW SI ?*A FOR ONE YEAR EACH, OR THEIR EQUIVA? LENT. WE WILL SEND YOU A COPY OF UN CLE TOM'S CABIN. THE MOST INTENSELY IN TERESTING BOOK IN THE COUNTRY. WE WILL SEND YOU A GOLD PLATED BROOCH WITH YOUR PICTURE THEREIN. YOU TO FURNISH THE PHOTOGRAPH. ONE FOUN? TAIN PEN. GOLD POINT; ONE LADIES RING. ONE BREAST-PIN. GOLD FILLED; HALF DOZ I ? LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. ONE ALARM CLOCK. ONE DOZEN NAPKINS. ONE HALF DOZEN TOWELS. ONE CHOCOLATE POT. ONE PAIR VASES. ONE PAIR KID GLOVES, ONE I LAM. ONE TURKEY. FOR TEN NEW SUBSCRIBERS v\ E WILL SEND ONE CHINA SET. THIRTY-ONE PIECES; ONE NECKLACE; DICKENS. SHAKES RE. BYRON WORKS; ONE UMBRELLA. ONE PLAIN GOLD RING. ONE PAIR LACE CURTAINS 1.000 ENVELOPES. 1.000 SHEETS OF PAPER PRINTED AND DELIVERED; ONE TOILET SET, ONE HALF CORD OF SAWED WOOD. FOR TWENTY NEW SUBSCRIBERS WILL GIVE ONE HANDSOME COLD RING \LS, RUBIES OR PEARLS; ONE JEW ! LRY BOX FINISHED IN GOLD OR SILVER; ' >NE SILK SHIRT WAIST; ONE READY MADE DR?AS. ONE GOLD WATCH. FILLED. WAR iTED FOR TEN YEARS. ONE ROCKING Cl IAIR. ONE LOAD OF COAL, ONE GROSS OF SOAP. EITHER WASHING OR TOILET; ONE REL OF BEST FLOUR. ONE PAIR BLANK MANICURE SET. ONE SEAMSTRESS* WORK ' /\. ONE PAIR SHOES. GENTS OR LA? DIES T< FORTY YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS OR EQUIVALENT. WE WILL GIVE ONE SEW? ING MACHINE. ONE DIAMOND RING. ONE GOLD WATCH. ONE PAIR FINE GOLD EAR? RINGS. ONE MUSIC BOX. ONE PHONOGRAPH. ONE READY MADE DRESS. ONE SUIT OF GEN? TLEMEN'S CLOTHES. ONE GOLD-HEADED CANE, ONE GOLD-HEADED UMBRELLA. ONE CHINA SET. ONE DOZEN SILVER-PLATED KNIVES AND FORKS. ONE HAT-RACK. ONE SILK DRESS. ONE WEEK'S TRIP TO THE SEA? SHORE. RAILROAD FARE AND HOTEL BILL PAID. FOR ANY RICHMOND WORKER. THESE OFFERS MAY BE TAKEN ADVAN? TAGE OF BY SENDING ONE OR TWO SUB? SCRIBER'S NAMES AT A TIME. WE WILL KFFP A RECORD OF THEM; AS SOON AS THE NUMBER IS OBTAINED. WE WILL FORWARD THE PRESENT INDICATED. A PERSON WHO TRIES TO GET FORTY OBERS AND GETS TIRED MAY INDI CATE HIS WISH AND WE WILL SEND THE PRESENT FOR THE NUMBER HE HAS SE? CT RED OVER FIVE. THE NUMBER WILL BE FOR NOT LESS THAN FIVE NOR MORE ^HAN TEN AND NOT LESS ? HAN TEN NOR IV HAN TWENTY AW) \< G LESS THAN rY NOR MORE THAN FORTY. TO DEI THE PRIZE TO WHICH THE WORKER TLED. tap iF ANYTHING IS DESIRED NOT SPECI? FIED ?N THIS UST. WRITE US ABOUT IT AND WE WILL TELL YOU IN WHAT CIASS ?G BE LONGS ??2 I ? ?? i * t ? ti + * + *?* ?$* +** -? + ??* 1 ?? t?-i -M mm ?? mm ut ut 1 ,1 a-fr i ?f? ++i **f m Hl ??? ++? ????? ?Zf ?fef It ?-I ff 1 + i m a ?>*>* AOOKE5SALLOKDER.STO 4?t* J )T\T HITOaBlrL. IS?, 3? i North Foerth Street. RICiSlQVO, VIRGINIA. j .?.-t -1 J BSnl nt tSrtltSXZ **f *??"* W V BB V SB "i ?*'. ?*? ? i- n? ? as "i atlvi*as"i'as ?? m*+ Wt'W 4M-? ?Hat 4a aa "f* ?'?He'r t&t?z aSkiJnVnl-,?S*. I aa t ? 4SI?