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Nashville, May C First race, mile
Biddy Bowling won, War Sign second,
Charley Marks third. Time 1 :4o 3 4.
Second race, 1 3 10 miles Phil Lee won,
St. Valentine second, Jennie McFailand
third. Time 2:04.
-Third race, 1 8-8 miles Avery won, Lee
second, Euphony third. Time 1:17.
Fourth race, 5 furlong3 Buckhound
won, Anibaa second, Bertha third. Time
Fifth race, mile Fellow Broeck won,
Aristocrat second, Burr Oak third. Time
Lexixgtox, Ky., May C First race, 1
mile, 1G5 yards Jaubert won, Brilliant
second, Watchman third. Time, 2:00 1 2.
Second race, mile Wahoo won, Jacko
bin second, Longllght third. Time,l:18 1 2.
Third race, 1 mile, 70 yards Orvida
won, Banbox Eecoud, Lottie Wall third.
Time, l:oo 1 4
Fourth race, 5 fourlongs Santaline won,
Prince second, Lila May third. Time,
Wasiiixgtox, May G. First race,
mile Barnuiu won, Bess second, Buffalo
third. Time 1;13 1-4.
Second race, 1 1-10 miles Richmond
won, Panama second, Herbert third.
Time 1:49 1-2.
Third race, 118 mile Raymond won,
Al Reed second. Mahoney third. Time
Fourth race, 7 furlongs Burch won,
Glendon second, Vinton" third. Time
Fifth race, 3 4 mile Bramblcton won,
McGloughlin second, The Vassal third.
NrcwAiiK, N. J., May 0. The pigeon
shooting match between Dr. Carver, of
Kansas City, and William Graham, late of
England, was continued this afternoon.
The Monaco, or short boundary rules gov
erned the shooting, which was at 100 birds
from five traps. Carver won, killing SG
birds to Graham's 85.
Ball and iiat.
PiTTSiifita, May G. The national col
ored league opened its championship sea
son at Recreation park here today in a game
between the Gorhams, of Uew York,
aud the Keystones, of this citj. Previous
to the game there was a grand street pa
rade and a brass baud concert. The trnmn
was well contested and quite exciting;
about 1,200 people were present.
Score Gorhams 11, Keystones 8.
AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Loui-5 10 Louisville 3
Detroit 11 Indmnspolis 3
AT SEW YOUK.
NewYork 3 Boston 11
Philadelphia 2 Washington 1
AT LINCOLN, NEB.
Omaha 14 Lincoln 1?
Baltimore 15 Athletics G
Ohio Soldier's Home.
Sandusky, Ohio, May G. Contracts for
building the Ohio Soldier's Home near this
city, aggregating $150,000, were awarded
today by the board of trussecs.
Southern Baptist Convention,
Louisville, Ky., May G. The South
ern Bapiish convention, the largest religious
body in the south, assembled in the Broad
way Baptist church this morning. It is
composed of delegates from missionary cir
cles and delegates of Baptist denomina
tions in various parts of the United States.
The principal object of the convention is.
to promote foreign and domestic missions;
but other important matter i will also re
ceive considerations the convention was
called to order by Rev. Dr. P. II. Mell of
Georgia. Delegates from each state held
preliminary meetings, and pending reports
lrom lst year's committee. The time was
spent in talk from various ministers.
Organization was cHected as follows:
President, P. 11. Mell of Georgia; first
vice presidcut, T. 13. Ely of Missouri; sec
ond vice-president, J. A. Iloyt of South
Carolina; third vice-president, J. Harold
son of Alabama; fourth vice-president, W.
E. Hatcher of Virginia. Lansing Bur
rows of Georgia and O. F. Gregory of
Maryland secietaries. The lady dekgatts
to the women's nrisaioiiaiy meeting lrom
various states in the southern Baptist
church also assembled aud the reports
showing the condition of affairs in each
state were read.
Euueka, Cal., May G. John Rogers
was hanged this afternoon for murder of
Judge John U. Kimball, May 28th of last
year. At miduinht on that date Judge
Kimball discovered Rogers in his house
and attempted to arrest him. In the struggle
which ensued he was shot dead.
Socouuo, N. M., May G. Henry Ander
son (colored) was executed here at 12:25
this morning in the presence of the officers
aud newspaper reporters for the murder of
Alfonzo Williams at Astono quarry camp
near here June 21st, 1895.
A New Co-operative Scheme.
Ni:w Youk, May G. A Boston special
says: The Cigar Makers International
Union has perfected a system that the gov
ernment should loan cigar makers of the
International Union the sum of $75,000,000
for cooperative purposes for a period of 15
years at 10 per cent per annum. If this is
done it is proposed to erect five immense
factories, one each in New York, Chicago,
San Francisco, Richmond aud Key West.
A Question of Economy.
PiTTsnuKG, May G. A Connellsville,
Pa., special says: About one huudred
Hungarians in Pleasant coke district left
yesterday for their native land. A large
number have purchased tickets here. They
gay that the strike will last five or six
months and that they can live cheaper dur
ing that time by going to their own coun
try and returning at the end of the strike.
There is no change in the situation today.
A Saloon Broil.
St. Louip, May 6 Ja3 Hurscher and
-Geo. Wcinger had" a dispute in Mary In
grund's saloon, resulting in Weinger
knocking Hurscher down with a chair.
On gaining his feet Hurscher attacked the
former with a knife, indicting half a dozen
gaping wounds that will result fatally.
Hurscher is under arrest.
A Courtesy, Not a llisht.
Halifax, May G. The fishing schooner
Humboldt is to be allowed to buy new
lines here, by permission of the dominion
customs authorities. In extending the
privilege in this cae the minister of cus
toms states that the IIurnbldt is simply
allowed to make purchase of lines as auact
of courtesy and in granting the required
permission, no precedent i established;
such requests must not be looked upon as
matters of right.
Graud Reunion at Gettysuurff.
New York, May G. At the annual
meeting of the Third Army Corps held in
this city" yesterday, it was decided to invite
membersof the Army of the Potomac and
Army Union of Virginia, Grand Army of
the Republic and Army of the Northern
Virginia and kindred soldiers to participate
I n a grund reunion to beheld at Gettysburg
Heavy Failure in St. Louis.
St. Louis, May G. The St. Louis Sup
plies Manufacturing Company, an old and
well-known establishment doing business
on Isorth Main street, made assignment io
its secretary, Joseph W. Branch, yesterday
afternoon. The company owed the direc
tors about $139,000; total liabilities. $147
000. Jfihey Were Not Executed.
St. Louis, May G. A special from No
crales savs the Mexican military prisoners
referred"' to in the special from Guaymas
were not executed there yesterday; that
Rencon was not eentencea to death and
that the finding of the court martial will
have to be submitted to the supreme court
before military officers can be shot.
A Pool Bnrated by a Strike.
PiTTsnuiiG, May 6. The ore pool
which was formed by diffierent railroads
centering in Pittsburg to control the ship
ment of ores from coke ports has b2en dis
solved. The strike in the coke regions
caused a total suspension of the shipments
A Dclus from the Gejhoij..
"Wo were away in tho morning to fresh
fields and pastures new; but just as we wcro
upon tho or Jer of going there came a shriek
from the mouths of a score of tireles?
watchers, and lo I at tho further end of tho
basin was a geyser overdue now climbing tho
skies in a frenzy of dazzling foam; everybody
started on tho double quick men, women
and children. Alonzo touched up the ani
mals and away we went with a buckboard
load of guests. Before wo had reached tho
sceno of action another geyser had burst
forth, and then another and another, and yet
another. We sent up a cheer that was audiblo
abovo tho almost deafening roar of tho
waters and tho stream; women screamed
hv-sterically, children cried with fright, it
was glorious; it was terribly glorious. It
seemed as if tho deluge was about to cover
the mountains onco more. Tho spray fell
upon us liko summer rain ; tho houses wero
obscured with thin vapor: again and again
wo wcro driven hastily from our vantage
ground by cloud bursts that threatened lo en
Tho hair of tho scientists stood on end.
They moved their arms wildly, as if they
wero directing tho orchestra of the elements,
and it was thus that wo bado adisu to tho
upper Geyser basin, really with our hearts in
our throats, and our jackets sparkling with
moisture. The horses stood it pretty well.
Alonzo was at their heads in a moment; and
then, after a horso has got used to uncommon
demonstrations, nothing cau touch him
further. As o drove away out of tho
whirlwinds we said to ono another, "Surely,
there is nothing left in the whole Yellowstone
pari: worlh seeing after this." Why, tho
Sunday spin r-ger of tho favored fountains of
Versailles is as child's play aud a penny
squirt in comparison. Yellowstone Park
Cor. in San Francisco Chronicle.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MAHKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Mone,j.
.Skw York, JIny f
Sloney on call easy at 4 "as per cent; clouted at iy,
1'rlrco mercantile paper 55$.
riUTlinsc exehmiKO dull but llrm at i S0H 'or CO day
bills and $4 bl4 for demand.
Thtvtotal sales of stocks wero SSO.OOU "share.
J per cents 100
I per-centu 1S5
$ per-cents of '93 12iJi
Chicago &. Alton 145
Cntcngo. Burlington & Qulncy U'tH
Uiko Shore SftJ4
Missouri Pacific 10SS
Sow York Central...- 11.
Aock Island 133K
Onion Pacific olMi
.Western Union l
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, 5rny f.
Tho leadlt-g futures ranged as follows:
Opened Ranged ;loed
Mav S$ StMOSS.'f 3.V
time pj-H h'oil M
July. 8") KiW'H. BJM
May 23 uO
2101) Q21 fit
May G!H) 6W S6ST t'Kii
Juno C? 710 UH 93 92K,
July 710 7 1US6S7H 70K
Cach quotations were a3 foUowg:
Flour steady and unchanged.
So 'i spring wheat tSJiJ
So a spring wheat 74
So-! rod SIU
NO 2 corn 3-.
So 3 oaU S6JJ.
So 2 rye 56.
So 2 Itarley 57.
Mess porfc 23.
Lard C 5.
Wheat 40Mi SOO
jora . -tWO U1M
0CM GJO00 10.1X
SU l.ouls Oram and Provisions.
Sr. Louis, May C.
Flour Steady and firm.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 red raisn. S" did May. SjJ,
losing nominal; June. MJiSSSJtf . closing S3 bid:
Jul bJX&SSK, ciosius H: August SJyo333s. clcsins
orn-Hlghen cash. Rf.ttW- May 30 b!d; June
S6t bid; Juty STcm closl.iir S7H.
' ats-Oull. Cah25K('VSb; May. 27. June 2U-
-end-Common 4 Oi; Roflncd 4 Cil 10.
Ergs 9 cents.
Bntter-Qniei and easy; creamery 20i2, dairy Si
fork Old raw $15 0U; new 1 16 00,
Kansas City Crfrain and Provisions.
Kan"3A8 Crrr, May S.
Dallv Indicator reports wheat ste.niv; So. 2 red,
cash. !; hid 70 asked, June7-f bid.- July 73 asked;
So 2soft. cisli on bids er offers.
Corn higher: No. 2 cn-n, J! bid. 3'A$ anked: Jnne-
Sliiid.: Juij 33K bid, 35?$ asued; o. i white earn
33 bid. 3T.u askeJ.
Oats, No. 2 cish. no bids or offers; June 29 bid.
Kyc " o. 2 cosh 43Ja bid 515 ask d.
Hny Finn; fancy hinall baled, g? JO; large, ?5 50.
Flax seed 9
nutter Creamery, fancy. 33; flae dairy, 23.
Cheese Full cream. 14S14X: na .fta.
Kgg Steady. 9 per doz
Flour, dull, steaiy; quotation xxSJ; iit ?3
SI 05; family 81 ll 20; choice 6130ai 4o; fancy to
extra fancy SI SI.J1 53: patent 81 9S2 on.
Com ileal. Green, 75; dried. SO, choice yellow, ST
Bran Bulk. 53: sacked, (A
Poultry Old hens, fat, heavy, $2 73; roosters 1125
ProvUdons. Sagar cured hams,U(; bacon.10: dried
oeef. 12; dried beof cle-r, 9; dry salt cleat rib side.
7 31: lorn? clear, $7 23 shoulders. $3 8); short cluar,
il t5, smoked clesr rib sides, $7 Si- lon clear,
f: 75; nhoulderj. 4?6 23 .short eler. $S 15,
51es Pork-I6 tX
I.-krd. CnoSoe tierce. 6 ,'.
Kansas City lAr Stock.
Kassa Crrr. May .
Cattle. Receipts, 17S, shlpmenta. US : weak;
iool to choice St Ai 50; common to medium. (3 So
a: 30, stocke-rx, $! tSS 23. feeding tteers. $3 3&a
3 3. cows, common to choice. $2 2k23 W
Hog. IteoelptK. S543; shipments. S97; stnc(r;
ood to choice $5 05Oa JO. common to medium
4 005 CO: fkips and pic 2 5034 50.
Sheep. Receipts. 279: snlpments, ; frm;
iOxl to choice, $3 i3 50 1 common to ruMIcm 2 it)
32 sx t
Chlcaco Live stock.
Chicago, May e.
The Drover Jonrnal reports cattle receipts 7510;
ihiomenw ISO strong; shipping steer" 930 to ISO lt;
)t 50S5 (O. stcters and feeder $224 43 cows,
ball and mixed 2 ("YW iQ-. balk ja 754 S); through
Texas cattle W 3U4 V
Hogs Receipu 130. salpmcnts frT) market
stronger, roujh nd mixed 5uXa533: acJc
Ingand shipping 85 2S5 :o. tight HZKiS 23, skip
fUieep Receipts 3U shipments S0. trongPr:
ostlvtvi SU&4 35. western 3ClX?.:i3 Texan tJl
S3 75; lambs 4 5)6 5.).
St. Louis Utc Stock.
St. Loins. May 6.
Cattle Row. at); shpt S. maTiet strong, choice
heavy native steers $1 CKJ5 O); shippers
steers fair o gooA 83 ?3l 55, feeders fair to
good t3 20w3 9S; stockers Tair to good 2 2C3 15
Texas curmnnn to choice. $1 34 U.
Hog-Recclpt8 7(0; shpt 2.0; market higher;
choice, heavy and batcher selections 5 4?t3
5 X; packing fair to good. 83 2063 35: yorkerx tre
dlnm to prime. 85 0U&3 15. pLr cotaaon to good St.tO
8l3rp Receipts. 4-"0. uhljanent CO; market firm;
woolAd; medium fancy S 40t d-; fair to choices 10
THE HERMIT KINGDOM.
ROYALTY'S LIFE IN THE CAPITAL
Cow tho Klnj; Guarded A Strang
Mixture or IJarharisiu and Civilization.
Description of the I'alnce and Govern
I ' is not.so easy to get a glimpse of royalty
in C'Ovca as it is in countries partaking more
of t'.m western nature of civilization. Tho
king does not occupy the placo of a God to
tho Corcans exactly, as some have stated, but
ho docs act as n very exalted high, priest, and
in that capacity ho sacrifices to heaven for
his pepplo in times of distress, as during tho
recent cholera-epidemic, lie is ncverseenby
his common subjects excepting on certain
occasions, when ho goes to worship at tho
shrines of hi3 ancestors. On these occasions
the streets aro cleared of the merchant boot hi
and all other obstructions; fresh yellow clay
h spread over the road, mounted and foot
polico keep the crowd in order, and tho king
passes by in a procession of near a mile in
length. Tho procession is ono of the most
gorgeous spectacles to bo seen in tho east, and
as modern civilization will bo apt soon to
modify it, it i3 certainly well worth feeing.
Already foreign uniforms and guns aro be
ginning to ro!i it of somo of its barbaric
The king ridts in a gorgeous red throne
supported on tho shoulders of thirty-two
men. The carriage is open and his majesty
can bo seen by alL Usually tho crown princo
follows in a similar chau, and very rarely
tho queen is borne along in a closed chair so
arranged that she can see out but cannot be
seen herself. Tho king's conveyance is pre
ceded by largo bodies of soldiers in brass hel
mets and red armor made of thickly padded
cloth covered with metal plates. Bodies of
these gorgeous warriors aro broken by com
panies of ofilcera from .tho palaco and
eunuchs. These men wear tho peculiar court
dress, which is n dark green robo of gaugo or
figured silk, according to rank and seasoa,
with an embroidered shield upon tho back
and breast, denoting, by tho figures worked
upon it, the rank of tho wearer. Theso flow
ing garments aro held in placo by a largo
belt of fancily carved wood, tortoiso shell or
gold bet with costly stones-. The hat is pe
culiar and hard to desci ibe. It is liko a trun
cated cono v.ith n piece taken out of the
front, and two Avlngs projecting from thu
back. It is woven of silk and horse hair and
is quite open and light.
A I'lCTURKfaQS SIGHT.
Tho king's conveyance in this procession is
immediately surrounded by tho modern sol
diers with foreign rifios, and clothes made
something after the foreign cut, of purple,
dark red nnd black calico. They usually have
numbers of flaming red tanners and present a
mct picturesquo sight, while another body of
men make a deafening noise by shaking poles
supporting small cymbals. Following the
royal conveyances are other bands of ancient
and modern military officers and other repro
senatives from tho palace, u it h occasionally
a gatling gun. The ancient soldiers have
their own bands, which jwur out tho weird
monotonous music from flutes, violins and
hourglass shaped drums. But this music
seems rather subdued iu tho presence of the
foreign trumpet, which is most faithfully
'tooted" by the representatives of the modern
battalion. At first it seems pleasant to hear
our own bugle calls in such a strango place,
but as we try to catch tho notes of thestraugo
music beyond, tho fhrill, unsupported and
constant ''tooting" of our own buglo seems in
solent, and we feel compassion for tho old
ttino strains that are surely stepping aside for
this modern upstart.
Seoul, the capital of Corea, is really looked
upon as a part of the king's household. The
palace inclosures occupy about one-fourth of
the wholo fcpace within tho ten miles or more
of city wall, and the streets leading to the
two palaces aro fine, broad, well rounded
avenues. There are five main gates to tho
palace iuclosuro which is made by high,
thick, well-built stone somo twenty feet high
by eight feet in thickness. Tho corners of
tho vail project, and nro built of huge
mosses of finely cur stone and aro surmounted
by pagoda shtiped towers for the guard. The
main gato faces tho south and opens uiron tho
broad street leading into tho city and lined
on either side by tho extensive compounds
containing tho various department offices.
Parsing this gate ono enters a court of somo
six or eight acres. A wide stone pavement
leads to a similar though somewhat smaller
gate on tho opposite side, passing which an
other court is entered surrounded by build
ings and traversed diagonally by a little
stream with stono cmlanknients nnd .1 stone
bridge spanning it. Near tho bridge stone
water animals aie carved on huge blocks of
stono so that they seem just ready to pounce
upon somo prej- in tho water. Tho stone
railing of tho bridge is supported by blocks
of stono carved to represent a budding lotus
THE KIXG'.S TnT.O.NE.
Passing through another gate, similar to
the two previous ones, and we are in a large
court paved all over with stone. A very
largo building urises at the further side from
a taso of stono some 0 feet high, and sur
mounted by a ldustrado of stone supported
by stono pillars carved to represent sheaves
of grain. This building is tho reception hail
and contains a finely carved throne. Tho
roof is Kupixu'tcd by masts somo SO feet
in length. Tho ceiling is mado of panels,
upon which aro panned lotus and other fiorv
ers; in tho centre a h)acc is let into tho ceil
ing, containing tho royal dragon in gilt The
steps leading up to tho platform around this
edifies have a stone dragon in the middlf, so
that no ono may upproaoh tha king in a
straight line. Tho lino painting under the
very cxtensivo eaves ia protected from birds
by a huge wire netting that looks like a gigan
tic spider web.
To tho left of lite reception hall is tho sum
mer pavilion, n finely carved and painted
structure of two stories, situated in a largo
lako of lotus flowers. Tho lako or pond is
surrounded by a Etone embankment and a
walL There are two islands rising out of the
water and supporting some ornamental
dwarf pines. Tho pavilion, some TO feet by
50, is reached by stono bridges made like the
britlgo before described, over tho stream
which drains this pond. The second story is
supported on 40 stono pillars set ct intervals
of 8 feet. Theso pillars arc all of on piece,
rectangular, about 10 feet long and 13 inches
at tho Iwso, tapering to about 1 foot at the
top. Banquets aro given in the upper room
of this beautiful house. Back of these build
ings are tho houses where tho business of the
palace is conducted and where the royal fam
ily sometimes live.
1,'inperor and Or pan Grinder.
His majcsl y Dorn Fedro of Brazil was re
cently much amused on Landing at San Paulo
by hoia: received by an Italian gentleman
with a hand organ, who played tho rational
air. Tho emperor listened with grn.Ly to
tho muiciaii and then asked him in French
to play "L'Air pour riralie," The musician
did not know- it, but proposed lo play tho
Brazilian air over again. Asd the enperer
listened to the repetition wkh apparent de
light, Chicago Tribune.
ills MNtako raid Ultn Well".
Sports in flowers sometimes bring their
owncr iu good round prices; in photography
an amateur of Hartford, Cr., lias raa.ie a
lucky mistake, lie was taking the new nw
morial arch erected in honor of the soldiers of
the civil war when the gelatine film slipped a
little over the glass. Tho arch looks as if it
were bulging out on tho side3 and coining
down. Labeling n print ''The Arch Ihiring
Wiggins' Great Earthquake," ho offered itfer
sale, and Itecau of its curious look an i in
explicableaess, the jiblic has Iwusbt io
many copies that ho has reads- a small finan
cial hit. Philadelphia CalL
Wlcbita MayfielcL Wellington.
Harper, Attica, GardenFlain,
Anthony, Arkansas City, An
dale and Haven.
SANTA FE BAKERY
Is the Place to get Everything Kept in
EOKAKDT & SCOTT, Pbops.,
144 MAIN .STREET.
M. J. CLANCY & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Room No. 3, 114 Main street
S. S. MILLER,
Contractor for Oas anil Mineral prospect wells.
Agent for Arte-.lan Well machinery.
114 Main st, Room 4,
Passengers for Dighton, the County seat of Lane County, and
the Great Stage Headquarters for Western Kansas, can now make
the through trip in one day. Leaving the depot at 6:30 a. m. on
the Frisco, make connection at Halstead with the A.,T. & S. P. R. R
arriving at Ness City at 3.05 p. m., making close train connection
with Hill's Cannon Ball Stage Line, arrive at Avenue Hotel at 8:30
p. m. General Office at 213 West Douglas Avenue.
Ono Lingering Kello Abolinhctl.
Tbo year 1SS0 marked tho abolition in Eng
land of ono long lingering relic of tho semi
barbaric Roman law, tho "patria potestas"
principle. Up to the lost year an English
mother did not becomo the guardian of her
children at their father's death, uor did she
have any voico in selecting one. The father
in life was solo guardian of tho children, and
dying ho could delegate that office to whom ho
pleased, to tho entire exclusion of the mother.
Even now tho paternal authority in lifo re
mains almost absolute. Eat by tho law passed
by Mr. Gladstone's government every widow
bus been made, either alone or jointly with
an appointee of her deceased husband or
tho court, tho guardian of her children whilo
sho lives, and tho may appoint a person to
tako her placo in that capacity after her
death. That such a rational measure should
havo been delayed until within the last twelve
months is astrikingillustration of John Bull's
conservatism. London Letter.
Tho Gu'.n Chewing Mania.
Tho gum chew ing mania should bo frowned
upon for several reasons. It excites tho en
tiro glandular system connected with ali
menation. Tho purpose of the glands is clearly
established. Their products cannot be wasted
or diverted to other uses without damage.
The human being is not a ruminant a cud
chewer. Ono class of animals cannot adopt
the natural habits of another without suffer
ing from doinir. Beu'zl IleralU
Mr. Labouchcro mentions a most curious
sort of jubik-o object, which i3 called tho
"jubiloo dresi in:r)iover." It ejaculates uGod
Save tbo Q-:;vn"' whenever tho wearer sits
"We're Got 'era on Our List."
Lots 320 and 32 Emporia ave, Ferrell's 2d
add, between 12th and 13th Rts, $2,300. Cash
1,000, bal S, 0 and 7 mos.
Lots 41. 40, 4S, 50, Park Place ave, Hersy'fi
add, e f 173 ft deep, $3,60U. J 1,200 cash.
Lots 7, !), 11, Market ft Hoover's add e f
75 ft s of 14th st, $2,700. 1,000 cash, bal 3,
5 and 9 mos.
100 f t e f on Cloveluud ave, beglOO ft s of
Frico ave on street car line, $2,200. $1,300
cash. "Will fell 50 ft at same rate,
Lots OS, 70, 72, 74 (1U5 ft), Ark ave,
Kansas City add, cor Belle st, e f $1,400. 350
caf h, bal 3,".r, and 1 1 mos, 8 per cent.
Lots 20, 30, 31, 32, blk 2, Millwood ave.
Junction Town Co. add, $1,000 $500 cash.
Lots 33, 34, 35, blk 2, Millwood ave Junc
tion Town Co add, $1,350. $750 cash, bal 0
mK 8 per cent.
Lot 1 blk 10, Park "Wilde add (120x300 ft),
n and e front cor St Louis ave and Florence
st, price $$00. Terms easy.
Lot 1 blk "E," Ferrell's 4th add (200x300 ft
making 10 lots), Tarsy ave on the west,
oodland ave on the east and Carey ave
(17th st) with the Ftreet railway on tbenorth.
The cheapest and best in?ide residence prop
erty in Wichita today. The electric motor
line will be completed to within one block of
this property within 6 weeks. For sale at
$500 per lot, on eay terms.
Reed, Jackxax & Co.,
d!42 Gt Room 6, 11 N Main st.
You want to call at the office of Hardy
Solomon & hon, 331 E. Douglas ave., and fee
the plat of P.osenthal's 4th add. now on sale.
T.otr? A- M(vm n now readv to deliver
ice to the citv trade. They are the sol
agents for the Crystal Ice Go's, pure distilled
wntir i(v ir.iirona will visit all Dartsof the
city daily between C a. m. and 12 m. Parties
desiring to use this ice can order from the
wagons or leave orders at Lewis & Moore's
office, 127 X Main. Telephone 21L
Order vrrarcoal and building material at
Hacksr & Jackson'a up town office, with
Dunbar Bros., 133 Xorth Main si. lfttf
Hardv Solomon & Sons, S31 E. Douglas
ave., wdl make it of interest to investors to
purchase blocks of lota in noseesuiai s -m
Two fehow cases for rale cheap by Post, the
pawnbroker, 42S Douglas ave. d71-tf
Short Time Monej-.
3 t. n.t-M.-tn Jtr Pn in Citizens bonk
building, have plenty of money to loan oa
short time paper. Borrowers must furnish
good endorsers or crime real esta, or ap
proved collaterals as security. Rate of in
terest reasonable. 145-tf
Go to Eardy Solomon t Son, S31 E.
Douglass av&. and examine the plat of Ros
enthal's 4th addition. 12-
Never Since the Flood.,
Have the people of Wichita experienced such a Clothing Sensation as produced by the introduction
of our Fine Tailor Made Clothing. It Is not an experiment but a grand success.
It Has Come to Stay
And save bigtailor bills. It is utterly impossible for anyone who has the least pride in dress to be in
different to it. It improves your persr nal appearance and saves you money. Stubborn, indeed, is &
man "who adhersto a st opinion based on prejudice who will not allow reason to acr, who will not
come and with his own eyes see our large stock of imported goods made up in tbe latest styles by the
best tailors in the country under the immediate supervision or tbe finest cutters in the land. Excla
mations of surprise that they far surpass all expectations in quality, fit, make and trim are the truth
ful and candid admissions daily received.
"We Know toy Experience
The kind of clothing that, jolly, romping, rollicking boys need, and have accordingly purchased a
large stock of the very best tne country affords for all classes, consisting of everything to b found
in the market for boys from two years old up to eighteen yeats old. and nave our boy's and children's
department entirely seperate from the men's. This we find tbe ladies appreciate very mucb as tbey
can quietly sit down with tneir children and select at their leisure such goods as are besi adaptec to
their wants It is conceded by the best judges that we have by far the largest, most complete and
the finest stock of furnishing goods ever shown west or tbe Mississippi rivtr. We would especially
call your attention to our
Elegant Stock of Neck Wear
Just received. The most fastidious have no trouble in finding just what they want, for they are num
erous and beautifuL
Our Hat Department is Complete
In every respect, consisting of
all the different snapes. styles ana colors or stirr nats rrom ine oesc manuiacturers in me country,
stetson's sort hats in everything he makes, straw hats ror everybody, old and young, tall and short,
rich and poor. Come and see us. We know you will find something to suit your taste and pocketbook
COLE 4 JONES, the One-Price Clothiers,
216, 218 and
The Pret tiest Laces and Embroid
eries to be found in
CALL AND SEE US.
Larimer & Stinson,
132 MAIN STREET.
Geo. E. Campbei! & Co.
Real Estate and Loan M.
Make Collections and pay taxe for non rctldtntv
No.IV) K. Main St. Room 5. (dll tfl WICHITA, EAN.
BRESBROWER & AGDETDT,
Contractors ' of--- Plastering,
Patching done on Short Notice.
Leave Orders at 319 N Main St.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY
Pure Drugs, Medicines
Allen's Drug Store,
Whre cao al be foand a Urge rt&cJc of
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Mixed
Paint, varnishes, Window
Glass, Putty, Eta
We also kp oa band a tarre e tock of
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Shoul
der Braces, Chest Protectors,
Sponges, Soaps, Trusses.
We tlto rCTiT? U nsor: (orioUr a&l rt-UUbte
Too wfll tberrfore tk on eocafrittit or SrattAtJoa
To OKTBur frfcU 1 hre lrorwl va 1Uj
Ut!r ptrrsT&AP i or tbe il .lrtecea r. w t!T
osr ! thanks, tad to Uso wirrh3 It
not Vvm oar rsoi fortcfw lo tlnai. wewocii a ttat
tT fftTir-g c a trtl trt wOlroartO ool jtwIj od
perfect a? actios.
silk hats in the newest, shapes ju3t
220 E. DOUGLAS AVE.
I CROWN POINT LOTS I
H 'Ine KlnvatIon. 13 mlnntm to tiuInciw tijr B
H Rii Irt Tnirslt Motor, mot attrnciltr (jH' H
M for homes In Wl-nlta M
OODKHEY A COWLEY.
The self respecting cats never parade on a fence "which does
not advertise the advantages of a home on Crown Point Addition.
The Rapid Transit Company's Motor Line along it's front by way
of Emporia, Kellogg and the Boulevard, brings every part of it
within fifteen mlnm es of the corner of Main and Douglas. You are
more convenient to your home than if eight or ten blocks away on
any horse car line.
Now is the time to buy, while this in every wasr desirable prop
erty, can be had at first hands from $50 to 5160 less than adjacent
property lying to the southeast. The prevailing winds which aro
from the southeast blow the dust and smoke of the city away from
Crown Point Addition an item of great importance to house
keepers. These and many other advantages you secure at 60 per
cent less price in Crown Point Addition than in any other spot
Our teams are always ready to show and convince you of tho
abova GODFREY & COWLEY,
10,000 LADIKS TO CALL AT ODR STORE
152 NORTH MAIN STREET,
TO - BE -:- PRESENTED
ON AND AFTER
Monday, May 9th,
Bona Fide Bargains,
Such as Bargain No. 1.
Wliite and Colored Dress Robes consist
ing of lo yards, Persian Lawn, 4 1-2 yards
each Wide and Narrow Embroidery, for
$1 19'jwortli $1 8o, and our Better Grades
Equally as Low, alL these goods marked down
Bargain No 2.
45-inch Flouncings in Swiss, Nansooks
and Oriental Lace, and Oil-Overs to match,
at 49 cents, former price 75 cents.
Bargain No 3.
A Beautiful Lace All-Over 27 inches wide
just the thing for yokes and sleeves, former
price 35 cts, will be sold for 1 9 cts Real
Turkey Red Lace Ail-Over for 29 cts, former
i price 5o cents.
i All Silk Spanish Lace Flouncing 45 inches
W1UC iUi ?J- t7, JLKJJlULLI. MiWO OWj XXCCl1 VJlCLJl-
' telly Flouncing for 1.89. former price 2.19.
! Another lot of Laces and Embroideries at
19 cts per yard, worth 15, 20 and 25- Everything
in this department has been marked aown
and for positive bargains call at the
THIS SALE IS FOR
received, light colored plug hats,.
402 Douglas Avenue.
ONE WEEK ONLY.