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A MISSIONARY'S -RECITAL OF TLN
YEARS' LABOR WITH THEM.
A. Wild, Ungovernrtblo liaco Tiling: in
Tents The Great Temple of Thibet.
3lincs of Coal, Copper wnd Silvei
Hunting the Chamois.
A strangely sttired Belgian priest arrived
on the la.t? steamer frgnj .CJjina. He h Key.
Father Gunflv, president of,tbe Ron)(ri'Ciitfv'
lie missions n Mongolia, where haJiasf been
arduously laboring for ten years past. He is
a man of about 40 3'ears of age, with a full
flowing beard and a rich silken gown of an
Oriental design. Other mat fcs of dress be
tokened him a resident of a land most remote
from ours. A repoi ter sought an interview
with h:m. He said;
"My life -work has been with the Tartars
who inhabit Mongolia, and the scenes of my
work have been clo by the great wall of
China. The commercial emporium of Mon
golia is Kalgan, a town of 40,000 inhabitants.
It is here tha the Russians come to buy
chamois skins and tea, which the Chinese
residents of 3Iongolia raio in immenstjuan
tities. The Mongolians themselves despise
tilling the ground, and as the land belongs to
the different tribes their chiefs have been
selling it oft to the Chinese.
"The I.-mgolinns are descendants of the
old Tartars, and raise tens of thousands of
cattle and horses. Beyond this they do noth
ing except huut. They aro a wild, ungovern
able race, living in tents. They ai o magnifi
cent horsemen, something like your wild In
dians. Their religion is Tartaric Buddhism.
One of their sacred temples is at Kunbun. In
Thibet is the great temple of U Lassa, con
structed after the manner of an Indian
Buddhist temple. Only one or two Euio
jjeaiw have ever been admitted within its
sacred precincts. They think the mero ad
mission of a foreigner within its portals
would forever defile it.
THE KUsSlAX IJ-VASIOX.
"The Russians, wno tried to invado this
country three years ago, hare relinquished
then- effort. They got two consulates estab
lished on the Mongolian coast, and they havo
had to givo way. They now have open ports
as far as Poking, but no fnrther. All the
talk you hear of invasions from the Russians
now goes for nothing. Mongolia is under
the domain of China.
"The country is largely a desert, although
with water it is exceedingly productive.
There nre very rich mines of copper and sil
ver as well as magnificent beds of coal. Mon
golia is colder than China, and consequcncly
the inhabitants, although dress...g somew hat
like the Chinese, put on moro clothes They
are unlike the Ch.ine.-e entirely otherwi-,
being more aggressive and warlike. They
ire not a tractable race by any means.
"Hunting the chamois is great, sport with
the Mongolians. They aro skilled horsemen
and dead shots with their weapons, a variety
of which they use. They aro also skillful
w ith the dart.
"In the ten yeai s that I have been ihera
we have succeeded in com oiling about 25,000
of tht&o wild Tartars. Though wild thoy are
open to civilizing and humanizing influences;
but there are so mam- of them, and their
country is so largo, that it takes a long while
to make much effect upon them as a mass."'
Thoreveiend gentleman is going homo to
Belgium. He is accompanied by a wealthy
resident of Brussels, Viscount de Benghem,
who, from March to July last, has been mak
ing a tour of certain parts of Mongolia and
studying up the habits of the natives. San
Francisco Examiner Interview.
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK,
COR DOUGLAS A2TD LAWRENCE AVENUES.
CASH CAPITAL - - - $200,000.
W. K. CARLISLE, President: GEO. n. BLACKWELDEB, Vlcs-Piesidoat;
GEO. C. STRONG, e&anier.
W. K. Carliele, Geo. W. Bleciwelder, Amos L. Houci, E. T. Brown, E. T. Bean, J. F.
Lanck, W, R. Dulaney, Geo. C. Strong, K. A. English.
Fourth National Bank, New York; X&tioii&l Barrti ofEaiiEas City, Kansas City. JIo. ; B&nkoi
Commerce, St. Louis, Mo. dllS U
K. E. LA WHENCE, Pres.,
JOHN WATTS, CaealOJ
WEST SIDE NATIONAL BANK..
K. HATFIELD, JOHN KELLY. C. B. CAMPBELL. H. E. LAWRENCE, ROBT. TRIMBLE
M. .STANTON. O. MARTINSON, JOUN WATTS. L. F. SIMPSON.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
MUST -- GO!
We must have money and for tlie next
six days will sell Buggies, PhaBtons, Surreys,
Farm Wagons and Farm Machinery at 25 to
to 50 per cent discount. Come early and get
your choice of this sacrifice sale. , These i
goods must he sold regardless of cost.
Western Branch. Olf Ice
Mosler Safe and Lock Co.
Improved Fire and Burglar
Vaults and Time Locks.
BEACON BLOCK, 123 NORTH MARKET ST.
Alexander - & - Rahn.
144 Main St
MOBLEK. BOWXX & OX J. P. QJ LLES, SUauw.
B. LOMBARD. JUL, Pwil?3t.
JAMES L. LOMBARD, Ylce-Prtsi
WALKER & FIEDLER,
DEALERS -:- IN -:- REAL -:- ESTATE.
Have Improved Properties in Extern Cities to Exchange lor Western Land or pood Wichita Property
li you desire such properties we can Miit j oi.
CALL AT 235 NORTH MAIN STREET.
B. D. Allen.
C. B. Jones.
W. 0. Woodman d Son.
The Oldest Bank in the Arkansas Valley.
Available Qualified Responsibility to De
positors of $540,629.99
Do a General Banking Business in all Its
ALLEN & JONES,
One of the Oldest Frms in the City,
Ovr list of property embraces some of the most desirable
In the city and surroundings. Sole agents for
Fiaebaugh's Seventh Addition, also Princess Addition.
Strangers are made welcome. Conveyances always on
hand to show property.
OFFICE, ROOMS 3 and 4, 6ETT0 BUILDING, SECOND and MAIN STS
G. W. BIUSTOW, Cashier.
J. T. COCHRAN; 5ct- a lUaaswr
L. D. SKIXN'EK. ITeosnrac
LOMBARD MORTGAGE CO.
Farm Loans at Lowest Rates,
Office over State National Bank, cor. Main St., Doublas ave. (166
31. W. LEVY. Frwldoat,
A. W. OLIVEB, TJce-PreoWent,
WICHITA NATIONAL BANK.
Ittissla's Ilnurs of X.abor.
A report, baser! upon an inspection ot
1,214 factories in 125 different branches of
work in Russia, states that the hours of
labor there varj from six to twenty, and
that in one or two special instances work
men were compelled to labor twenty-four
hours uninterruptedly. , These differences
aro purely arbitrary and not controlled by
the kind of the work. In the same dis
trict in the samo sort .of work there is
bometimes a difference of eleven hours in
the amount of work required in a day in
the different factories. New York Sun.
A. Y. OLIVER, 'a. W. LEW. S. T. IDTTIS, N. F. NIEDEF.LAKDB B,
W. li. TUCKER. JOHN DAVIDSON, J. O. RDTAN,
a h. kohs,
DO A GENERAL BANKING, COLLECTING AND BROKERAGE-BUSINESS.
Baftern and Foreign exchange bought and sold. TJ. S. Bonds of all
denominations boughs and sold. County, Township and
Municipal Bonds Bought.
A lilinil Sinn's Flattery.
Paris has a very gallant blind man.
Seated at the corner of a projecting
doorway on the boulevard, just out of
eiht of those who appioach, he wait3 un
til he hears the lujht, quick footfall of a
ludj , and then step;; out into view, hat in
hand, bowing his head, white with age,
"Ah. madame, pity mo! Have pity on
a poor blind man who is deprived of tha
privilege of seeing you!'
No woman, it is said, can resist this
plea. Youth'? Companion.
Tlie 7eanin:r of a "IJoom."
Do not listen to the man who proposes
to "boom" your business. An excessive
"boom" means working at high pressure.
The "margin"' or "factor" of safety be
comes too small to withstand the strain
and your "boom" lx:comcs a burt bub
ble. On the other hand, should the boom
be carried out. n reaction i sure to follow.
The higher the "boom" the lower tlie
"doom'' will be to which your business i
descends. "Booming" may well be com
pared with alcoholic stimulating. The
latter v ill make things hum for a. time,
but the reaction surely comes, and things
nro equalized to a dead lsel. Then and
there are tlie "boomed" and the stimu- !
lated found wanting. "Force business with
conservative presst-.ro. It may not go fast
enough, but it will surely reach the mark
if perMstenco handles the tlnoltle. Bos
B. LOMBARD. JR., President. L. D. EKLSttR, Ciuhlor.
J. P. ALLEK, Vlce-Pref Ident. - W. H. LTVINGSTOTT. Aus't CasMer.
STATE NATIONAL BANK, '
(STJCCE3SOR TO KAN IBANK.)
GANDOLFO & CO.,
WICHITA, - - KAN.
Headquarters for Com
M. S. ROCHELLE,
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.
HAVE FOR SALE
Improved and Unimproved Hands, Ranches and City Property.
Make Collections, Rent Houses and Pay Tazes.
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and m
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for sale
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near
the city for sub-dividing and plating.
Improved farms and grass lands in all
parts of the county; also ranches in this and
All parties wishing to buy would do well
to call and examine my list before buying
W. A. THOMAS,
The Oldest Real Estate Agency In Wichita.
I.ARCES7SALES OF ANY HOUSE
WEST OF CHICAGO.
LARGEST STOCK OF ANY HOUSE WEST OF CHICAGO.
Offlce 123 E Doual&s avenue )
over BLssant i & Uattbews 5
WICHITA, KAS. '
LOMBARD. Jr J. P. ALLEN. JOHN B. CAKE5T, KOS HABBIfl, 3. U. ALLE3
1 I' AKI.VHKlt fAlr.A U2.1 lUi .. . . -...., . . . .......,
J A3. L. LOMBARD,
H Q. TOLKR.
NATIONAL BANS: OF THE RrFUPLlC, New Yoric,
FIRfiT NATIONAL BA:K. .aiai Cltj.
NATIONAL BXXK OF AMERICA, Ch!?0
I BLACK8IONE NATIONAL BANK. Ewlon
J. O. DAVIDSON. Pre.
C. A. V7ALKEK. Vice-Pres.
JOHN C. DERST,
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B. COHir, 124 -126 W. Douglai Are. WicMta, Kan.
The best selling and the most popular brands in the West.
COHN'S GIRL has stood the test of time and has proved the best
wearing cigar ever introduced to Kansas smokers. COHN'S BOYS
are guaranteed to be a Genuine Long Havana Filler cigar and equal in
quality to most ten cent cigars.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Proprietor of the Famous Brands, Home Ruf, Littt.e Granny,
Villar. Coroxa Imperial, Hoo Koo, andmanv others equally doquIat.
IN WICHITA PROPERTY
Largest Paid-up Capital of any Bank In tne State of Kansas.
Food of tlie Canary Islander-.
The splendid physical development of
the Canary Islanders gives special interest
to their peculiar food. Five-sixths of the
inhabitants, according to Dr. C. F. Tnylor,
subsist almost exclusively upon a fine
fiour made hy grinding roasted wheat,
corn or barley. This is called goflo. j
Beins: already cooked, it requires no pre- j
proration for eating except mixing to any i
desired consistency -vitn mil'c, soup or any
suitable fluid. Gofia is delicious, whole
some, highly nutritious mid very con
v enient to use. For these reasons and
the important one that it cecms to remove
a tendency to acidity of the stomach, Dr. -r-r j. " i rj. j. - . m i j -n
Tajior recommends the addition of this United States, County, Township, and Muni-
tood to our own already large variety.
c. R. SHLLKR,
W. E. STANLEV.
J. O. DAVIDSON".
H. 9. LEE. S. L. DAVIDSON
JOHN T. CAPSNTER.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
cip&l Bonds Bought and Sold.
KuSas Increafclnp ropulatttin.
According to Gen. Sirelbitski, Knsia,
by the normal increase of her population,
will in 1J3T have a population of
lo0.000.G00. As at present she has only
seventeen twrsons to the square mile, she
can carry the wlit-le of this increase and
then only have twenty-seven to the tnile
Germany has now So, Great Britain 119
and Bclgmm 201. The birth rate of Rus
f-ia i3 a far more formidable factor in inter
national politics than all the maneuverings
of her generals in central Asia. Boston
3, O, DAVmsON, Prwt Z. C KKIGHT. Bocy. W. T. BABCOCSVIsI Prej. THOeS, FITCH. Twi
IjDayidson layestmezit Oomp'ny
Hotchkins d McCoy, Real Estate Brokers,
Who can show you some special Bargains.
201 Douglas Avenue, Cor. Market.
C-Sole Agents for Two of the Choice Additions of Wichita, Kan
Peculiarities of I'romiuclntion.
An observing Englishman who has been
traveling in New England says that a
genuine Massachusetts man can always
be detected by the marked way in which
he makes two syllables of the word tun
nel, lie might h&vo added that you can
often detect aa Englishman by the marked
way in which he makes one j-yilablc out
tit that word. New York Tribune.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, 300,000.
-JOHN QUINCT ABAilS. .. KNIOHT. CHAS. O. WOOD, C. A. WALEEB. H. a E519H7
JOHXiS.SANFOItD, Vf.T.BABCOCK. W.K. STANLEY. 3. 0. DATEOS.
$5,000,000 Loaned in Southern Kansas. Money Always on Hand for
Improved Farm and Gity Loans.
OFFICE WITH CITIZENS BANK Northeast
Coroer K Main Street asfl Docslai Araaoc i
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel, Mortgage and City Property.
T2T SMALL OK LARGE AMOUNTS.
SHORT TIME AT THE LOWEST RA
Wichita, rMayfiefcl, Wellington
Harper, Attica, Garden Rain
Anthony. Arkanwm City, 4ji
dale and Haven.
LEE & "VTELE,
Plate, Window, Ornamental &
Stained Glass, and pointer sur-
i I have opened my office In the piles. 65
! Goodyear House block, wnere - v -. "VrTlV "T5
i can be found p ats and prices on i J J j KJ JlTC
I my property along the Motor ' v .f 1n rjr-u.y
Cars run regularly to the south-prcrf 4 4. yur inw ukw,
; uaBt; jjcj-u ui i.uo wij. o)i,(&i 111- . -r-,T- ... rQ D-WlKr ft
1 dnpments orffered to thnsg wfsn- -- yJ V j y. taa. . .
.-- - . -. ! M3U 'faB'TV'. tttzrM hSla
; ing to Tralld a home.
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
A. E. SHOBER,
Real Estate and Financial Agent,
sv-siAl zvi lAr&Jt' uUin inAA -tti fro.
Prices on Motor Line Property st r ?" "nrJr.
, tntfHon 'rot &&t wa w&trr VcrifccadT .
t&ah. tnsiVkA rri&ez. OEt b9sr.tk.ss.'
reasonable and terms easy.
CALL AND SEE ML
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Tf. te He xui Tarwn,
35. utn. WkitRa. Ks.
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OOMS 2, 4 AND 6, NO. 146 N MAIN ST.
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