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R. K. TIME TABLES.
St. L., FU S. A, AV. K. 1.
KABT BOUXD TTVUX3.
TKunlMTM Wichita 9Ja.m. and 7:10 p.m.
Triiln arrives from the east. ...8.10 a. m. and 7Hi p. m.
Tain leaves SJE9 ft. m. and 3 p. m.
Twin arrive !)5 a. m.and7S0p. in.
"Wichita &. Colorado.
Train leaves for IIutohlnion 9. a.m. and 7iJ) p.m.
Train arrives from Hutchinson.. 9:24 turn, and 7.-05 p.m
A.. T. A 8. F. Jt. It,
.. 7.W p. m.
.. 8-25 a. m.
...7.4H p. m.
.. 2-'p. m.
.. 7 4itp. m.
..U.I'j p. m.
.. 2-J)p. m.
. 8JS a. m.
SotaS Korth, TassenBer.
Going North, Accommodation .
3oint South. Passenger
Going South, Passenger
Going South, Accommodation .
Going North, Fawonsw
Sotux North, Accommodation.
Colli Suth. l'ahneuicer
Cttln South, Accommodation .
Cctii NrUi, P.VKtenKT
GolwrS ft. Pahsenj?er
Wichita .t Western.
.. 7-15 p.m.
.. 8-l"a. in.
.. 7-fXp. m.
. . 2:25 p. m.
Ko. 2. Mail and ETe
T and Kxi'n
I,oaN & San 1'rr.mJbco.
. . . Wi p. m.
.. .9 iTia.in.
... 8) a. in.
Golntr '.Vr-t. r.ivnser
Gebiff W.t. PaH-JiSr .- .
Ooini; VKvl. rrelRnt
6Ant K"t Pj'iigrr
Rwlnc tut, Kn-Wil
Coins K-Lst, Frelgnt.
rETrInuIIs, "aT N- J. CaoK. I- L. C itusu!.
Carlisle, Crook and Carlisle,
Lawrci. Room 2 ur.d i over 217 Eat 1oula-av
3. A. HAI.IjOWEU, j- - HUME.
Lk D. 8. Attorney.
HALLOVELL and HUME,
Lawyers, lii North Slain St.. Wichita. Kan. Hl-tf
J. M. BALDERSON.
Ati.rfnwaMJw. Wichita, Solgwlck county. Knn.
Orav lnjitMinlalHlook; omu
" J. R. SITES.
Attom.-r at Law. OJTW, 117 K Douslaj venue.
with AnL American Loju and IiivcH.rn.-nt Co.
JONES &. MONTAGUE.
Attorney at-Law. Ofileo In tho lUlla SSI-jet, .over
Ilcvcy & Co" Dry Goodfl store. ""
w.p.caiTuI J J- aYKn-
CAMPBELL & DYER,
Attorney-tat Ijw, Wichita. Kan. ""-
SMYTH & BROOKS,
Attorneys at Law. No. 123 N. Main ac. oi.poHe
jtoXT Commercial coUhcUol a .pecliJt,.
Will pr.iettee In nUtte and Tt-leraJ courts.
W. A. MORRIS,
Attorney at-Law, No. 221 Eaat DougUs avonu)-.
A. T. CARPENTER.
n.c., slu5S & STANLEY-E-rA:"-At
tor u-j- '- Ihw ! Lit.. lvtnm.
J. F." LAUCK.
Attorney at r.w. m o Jlrst do-ir 'lorlli of U. fi.
liKlwlnC.iiiiraml.il l.k. Wichita, ku...
aio-.Ul...ir-leuU.a11 klu.U of lu..iiivvH uon
CtH-UI Mill 111'' llllwom" '" L-
HATTOM & RUGGLES.
A'Tornejat Iji ruf.ePlook Wi.-hJJJan-
RUGGLES & ROYS.
ttoraoy., -it Uiw. Ofllce over No. 1 S Mila ntr.- t.
W ihlt i. Kan-i.
JAMES. F. iAJOR.
Att. rnornMJiw. Will pracacf In all KatiMU
Bto'er r, liauiai tiunue, jt.in-., ...."
D. A. MITCHELL.
Attorney at Iiw and eoUooUou ugvut. No. Main
?.. I. lohtt.i. KatKi'. .
F D. PARSONS.
Attorney .t-IJiw and Kcal KHtuto Aont. Onlcc
rppiolie Miuiliattan hotel, room 9.
H. E CORN
Att.niey-r.tJ.xw. OfUcooyer HI Doughw aTenun.
F. P. MARTIN.
Attomev at Lut. Ofllco over Hjdo HumhleV
IkKit Blow. 11 iialn (trnxt, bp-nuUri.. S Ichluv. Kau.
J. M. HUMPHREY.
Attorney at-Law, Wotximan" Ilauk building, 113
O . COIXlfeC KOBMIT St. VLATT.
Attorneys at l-w. Will practice hi Mtute and ret
eral court. o"le.' In Tempi.- Woefe.jIj.In btreel.MV
ond stairway north of itiittliv, lehita. KiUia
ADAMS & ADAMS.
Attorpers at Law. Will practlco In utatf nnd fcsl
ml conrti. Ofllco In EaIo Wock. Wlchi Kansas.
H ARl sThARRTs""5T VE R Ml LLi 0 N .
Attori.cjHut Law, Cominerclal blocl Wichita,
0. D. KIRK.
Attorniw at Ijaw. P.oom No. S. U. 8. IJind Ofllco
W. S. MORRIS.
Attoruey-nt Law. Offlco In Temple Klnck. Wichita,
r A ujUKRV I.r. CACTBIUA.
SAN KEY &. CAMPBELL.
IjiwjeM. Wichita, KarAU.. OUlco BOUthwwt cor
ner Market btrivt and DinwUv, are.
GE0"W." CLEIV1ENT, J R.
Vttomev.Lt Law OClce 1 Mfclil trvU Kxnn.j"
National bunk building. Wichita, Kan.
ALLEN WALKER, M. D.,
Phlclan and SurRon. Offleo 12J N. "Slain .St.. Old
J" Itall.tlii. Ies jkvUI utW.itUm to fjWnMD
I Women and Children and Slid n If err.
1 .-. Walker hold a special ceraflCKle for boi-rdtal
xictlce In llio UnUejvlty Hcplul. HlUmore. Jd.
Te7h ATLfb n7md!
P;-vlHlU.rf l)l.'ae of the Ere. Ear, Nie and
Thrn.it. Oaiarrh and iltttiw gLi.s Ofttee Mutiiwit
corner louglas mid Market, up stttlrH. U lol.lta. katu.
1 -5 a-opatldrt. General i.rctJc. chronic dtee..
ond. ltw.-uf foniale. .elephone No. lOu
OKI" and rwM.c oer 5teel sm l.anlnaro
tow. ' '7 N Mu'n ,tr,et, Wichita. Kat.
. nice hours, s Uj W a. in to 'V m., and at uL-lit.
P D St. JOHN. M D
ncr-21S East Docrfa hvk. KiMldenr- IU ';"h
lor!a aenue nvir oornur of Kirt tret. le.o-im-lS.ifA
G. M. BIBBEE, M. U
Ofllco and rr!lence. 11 LViurIrs aenue.ponth 'ide.
rnee" tlocfc.over Uerbj " Implejneatbtore, tt ichlta.
VV. A. Ml N NICK, M D.
Homcjpnthiet. Oflloo with Pr. IL Kathew. It -On
iH't, .v.Hid tijrwr n.rth of potortlw. KeM
ncv Ml7Nortii Fourth trt. neur Union depit.
'Ichlta, KanJi. Teiephue No. HI.
DR J.J. STONER
nomcxvpaUdst. Office opposite ixtoflie. R
Mcnce. t!2S Nort:i ludn utreot. Wiohlt. Kan. Teie
WionellS. DR. B. A. GUYTON & SON
Pin !clas oud Furw-eon-s. OClw Denra b!ek. opto
idt CVvMeutra hotel. Residence. 7S. Water Mrt,
e-v-nor )t gtroet. .
DR. C. C.ALLEN.
PhjsJdan and Sm-jon- ornpp "'.1 rwlilB 0
PocSi avenue New nd tfcs:tuil treatment of
hem irrholds, and dtKsx-i of woman a ipeolalo
DRS. McCOY&PURDY i
Ortce 7 Vain streot, over Recht A Sens' ttv. I
Wichita, Ksc. Ttsr-phone at rcvddeNr. '
e bTrents. m. d".
Physician iad Sur-eon. Offlvs over Fuller & Fon"
J. tlTLTO WXUt. U T. T. S. WKtCK, V. D
DRS. WELCH & WELCH.
Office 221 Douglas a-nmue, Wichita, Katua. wtexe
UiPy ma be Ic nnd at til hours.
RUSSELL & JORDAN
PfcTlc!ans and Surxeoni". oclee on srort side of
Slain" street, hr-t suslrvray ,th f M...iutc bnlldini;.
Telephone to A. D. T.
ff2 - j
I. H. MATTINGLY.
Phrslelan. Orfieo over Iadoa Tailors, No. IX K
DR. CHARLES A. WILSON,
rhvElci&n ami Wtuveon. Will oosUaae a! profe&
ianinaa tu branched. Ooiunltatiou m. Ofto
and t14cco at 151 K Slain 8t over WelJer t Jm
lert jtolntofllc. IV
L S. ORDWAY. M. D.
Komooopathlst. Offlco corner Douglas an4 Law
rence avenues, rooms 1 and 5; telephone 15
J. E. BENNETT, M. D.
Of the firm of "Hall & Bennett," does a general
practice, but kIvw special attention to the cureor
EPILEPSY or falling nw. the OPIOM HABIT.
CATA P.KH, PILES and private desaM In both xes.
Consultation free and confidential. Offlco, ' tortn
Malnrft. Telephone 35. (Seo display advexti-emeut
In this paier. . i
J. H. TILDEN, M. D.
Special attention given to Suiwry and GJT0'"
ov. Keidenee28 S. Market. 8faAaS
Will vUit any part of the gtaw In eoMsItatlon or to
perform surgical operation. '""
SMITH & HOUGLAND,
Eagle building. Douglas avenue, Wichita,
"MrKEE &. PATTEN.
Banreon Dntfata. Teeth extracted without pain.
Be-rtset artlllclal teeth, 2.50. OfQco 217 E&ot Douglaa
avenue. Wichita, Kan.
" DR J. C. DEAN.
Dentlit. Oppcdt tlw poitofilce. Tttth extracted
DRS W. L DOYLE & WILSON.
DenUs. OnicJ over Barnes & Sou'a drug store.
Centennial Block. Wichita.
MRS. S T. HENDRICKSON.
Teacher of Piano. Organ and Theory, 422 North Mar
GEO. T. THOMPSON.
I'rofen-lonal l'iaito Tuner and P.epnlrer. F.efer
encs, Catherine Uawell and Thomas Shaw & Co. All
pianos tunee by the wao ij stem the only method
th.it v. Ill tune vour piano jerff-ct and make It sound
charming. Work guaranteed. Leave orders with
Thomas Shaw &. Co., music dealers, iialn street.
Arehitectfl and fanjierlntendenLs. OClcc in Ellott&
McNtes bulidlcg, room 7.
C. W. KELLOGG.
Archttoct and superintendent, nans and upeclflca
tiomi for all clawed of buiUhi?!. Ofllca over Hyde
Archltoctn nnd Superintendent. Ofllco in Roys"
WscJc. Wichita. Knn.
w. t. PBomiKcvyr. n. w- bird.
Arcldtect and Superintendents. Offlco la Eagle
MRS. M.J. BENTON,
Eip-rlenceil Nurao. Room No. 2, 31 S Market ft.
When ntwent, communications a'ldressed to lock box
17 wfll Iw Immediately responded to In person. Can
lefer to ttes,t phyhlitians and tlrat c!at.s families. Kef
erenee re(julrHl if imrtlca are unknown. 143 lint
Dr. D. T. SNOKE
VetHmrv Surseon; graduato of Philadelphia Vet
erluarv Collegn of 71. Proprietor of Hois IIomSt
opiKil'te O. A. P.. building, lut, bt. Telephone 172. d8
The I"hotopraplier. Pictures in all slzei and f :ylt.
lie a'fto earrlw the flntt a.ortnient of picture
from' in the city, olve ldm a frlondiy call index
DR- E. M. CONKLING,
Oor. Jlaln an 1 Second s,treo!.s. V.'lchl: j. Kansas.
DIS3ASES OF THE RECTUM
nnd nil CTHIONIO DISEASES aSv-clnUy.
finccf'or to Dr. I. ?t. rattrrson In tbe u'of the
ivle).raf.l HKlNIvCllHOKP P UNLESS .SYSTEH, th
in..., jiurcs-ftil hystein yet dNeovo'.l for tl.e care of
plies. rs-t.tl lilis r, tl'stlio flrula InaiiO i(c'ili:' pi!ea
Jx.lj pus et-, s knife, llaiure. cauter.- ore loro
K riii;R.d -t'ntl in from buine-; g.eatly Impro.-I
instrumc u:s. Oillcs- h-iii y to 11:J) .i. m.. 1 to 5 and
6.85 to 8 p. ;i. Sundays 2 to i p. m. Cousnltntlo.ir.itil
ejiniB4tiou free. Write for lull in formation.
SANTA FE BAKERY
Is the Place to get Everything Kept In a
ECKABDT & SCOTT, Tuavs.,
144 MAIN4 STREET
B. K. BROWN,
Furniture $ Jewelry.
DOUGLAS AVENUE, WICHITA, KANS.
Pioneer -:- Lumber -:- Man
OK SEDGWICK COUNTY.
EaDllsliad in 1870.
A Complete Stock of Pine Lumbe.r
Shingles, Lath, Doors, Sash, etc.,
always on hnd.
Ofllce ml "-r.I on i;rkt kit? e: botneou Dous'.a
nvenuo and Jlrst trw
J. P. ALLEN,
EverthiRg Kept in a First-Glass
Drs. M. and H, BRAN DOM.
and Ear Infirmary
Cj Surgical Institute.
tSx5r5i rrarrly of Dee:ur HI.
N'a. 13 East Douglas seau. Wlshlia, Eauits.
Pr H. Prtn.loti. one of th Tit! rcU-r, pJ
iwcial artetloa to the treatment of Cncr, bavtag
rroote lrsr nrmber of oa. ilk tmlTerssl i
. 1 fi it bit dutj to sr to Xix9 tiuf eriax It
thtf irrmi diearCacr, that I feel ar tkatl aa
ocreTOti.ifBottofArtne. Cxl bfor the ra
Whvi IprNrnatt with the caneer Tlra. S
mo.t rnlreJ uatl! cvoeer U rirK)Tl
I wll rofar too to a terr c.v tred aa4 wd.
Hiria. Fke. Wlriilta. Kam.; jmfeer J. lW,
JtlSVEan- iMton Whlti. . Km.:A.4&K
Wo"!batTiae. K"-: Kenrj RMn. OttrUle. Ka.
" FAIR MARGARITA.'
Tliou rttlcst S3 a queen, fair jlargarita.
Over tha hearts of raaay, and of him
Who sings. Tfccy must obey thy lightest wliis per.
And bow before thy fancy's lightest whim.
Yet tender, gentla thoughts thy lover spies
Deep in the bhadows of thy laughing eyes.
They Bay thou car's for nought but wealth and
Bank and ths power that T.ealth and rank can
Darling, they say that often thou declarest
That love's a most unprofitable thing;
Yet tender, gentle thought3 thy lover spiea.
Deep in the shadows of Ihy laughing eyes.
They say thou think'et men's hearts were made
That if they break thou still art satisfied,
Their pain but seem3 to give thee cruel pleasure, -
For each nevr conquest gratifies thy pride; '
Yet tender, gentle thoughts thy lover spies,
Deep in the shadows of thy laughing eyes.
Then which is right? Am I, or are thoso others!
The thing b cssj now, dear love, to prove.
Tate me. I have not wealth, nor rank, nor power,
I brirg thee but a heart's devoted love.
Ah, dearest! Sweet consent thy lover spies
Decri in the shadows cf thy loving eyes.
A TUNISIAN PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY.
The Ucnutifiil Tatma, "Whom All rarls
is nocking to Sec Tascinating.
The Parisians ara flocking to the Jardin do
Paris, not to sec the eccentric dances that dis
tinguish that spot, but to behold a curious en
tertainment styled tho "Concert Tunisien,"
and, above a1!, a new celebrated "profes
sional beauty" from Tunis, known 03 La
Bcllo Fatma. Tho beautiful Fatma, nho has
already created a sensation at tho Tuileries
garden fetes, is unhappily rather conscious of
her powers of attraction, and n supercilious
smilo lingers upon her featui es, -which would
bo perfect weroit not that the lips discloso
tho gums. Eho i.?, however, n superb crea
ture, tall and admirably proportioned. "With
sloe-black eyes and a profusion of raven hair,
and in an oriental costumo of rose-colored
brocade and gold tissue, all her charms oro
She dances to tho accompaniment of tho
most fearful sounds-, produced on various in
fctrumentsby a fat woman, a fat man, a
negrcss, a -whito woman, young and pretty
but not beautiful enough to vie with the
beautiful Fatma and a eunuch, whoso pres
ence furnishes the Parisians with a text for
some extremely witty and audacious re
marlo?. Theso people, with the exception of
the jonderous Tunisian Daniel Lambert, and
tho fat old woman Fatma's fat ma, as tho
Americans promptly punned each danco in
turn n sort of ecstatic rushing to and fro,
with a waving of handkerchiefs, and tho
eunuch sings, whilo the instruments bray and
resound in a strango, fantastic din.
But tho unquestioned star is Fatma, who
will not danco until a collection has been
made in addition to tha foo charged at tho
door of tho booth, and who, after sho has
dazzled us with gold and crimson raiment,,
snow-wlrito arni3 and breast, flashing eyes
and ruby lips, sits enthroned in stato between
tho fat old woman and tho fat old man, and
keeps up a perpetual concert with tha tam
bourine. Tunis in Paris I It fascinates tho
spectator and make hint feci as though ho
had dreamed that ho had strayed fiom the
everyday boulevards and tho Jardin de
Paris, which it nothing if not modern. Cor.
Iltiiaan Deformity in 3111a n.
All tho monsters physical I havo seen eke
vrhoro throughout my wholo lifo would not,
if collected together, approach by oven a fc.v
hundred all tho persons similaily nfCirfcd
w horn I havo met in tho streets of Milan dur
ing tho past throe months. T could not go
into ono of tho public gardcru, travcrso ozio
of tho piazzas, enter ono of the churches, sit
in a tramcar, without finding myself con
fronted with nt least ono or two hunchbacks.
It is, in fact, a veritable city of Quasimodos.
Add to theso bcwhiskcsrcd and chimney pot
hatted dwarfs, somo four feet high, brush
ing pompously prust you, and diminutive
women, young and old, still lower of stat
ure, waddling along the pavements, cripples
of regular and irregular sizes of both sexes,
and you might well ask yourself in wonder,
as I asked my artist friend, how comes it that
wo find sue h an inordinate amount of deform
ity in a country whero tho rudobt clodhopper
has a tout and passion for beauty, whether it
lv in flesh and blood or on canvas?
' Tho answer was brief and to the X)int:
"Theio deformities are traditional. Lom
bardians aro well known to lo so clannish in
their habits (and havo been so for many a
generation) that they often mtermarry
within the forbidden degrees of kindred."
Cor. American Register.
Somo Old Superstitions.
"Whenever my mother dropped her dish
cloth," said tlw great showman, Phinas T.
Barnum,1 she always know sho was going to
have a visitor. Sho know it. Thero was no
use trying to dissuado her from that belief.
She had proven it time and again for many
years, and sho couldn't 1? talked out of it
If Miedropjwd a fork and tho tim stu'k in
the floor, there would also -o a visitor, but ho
was sure to bo a gentleman. If when ho
came ho. stayed to dinner tmd, by accident,
got two knives, two forlcs or two spoons
at his plate, he would be married within a
year and thero was no help for it. If an un
married female stumbled upstairs, sho would
not bo married within a year, and all the old
maids were very cautious how they vent
up stairs. Yet 1113- mother scouted thr idea
of her Iwing fcuperstitious and taught mo
never to go under a ladder for fear of bad
"Now,ns forme," said Air. I3.rnum, "I
haven't a gi ain of superstition in my compo
sition. I endtavor to conmiMji-e all my im
jsnrtant undertakings on Trics-v :o show my
contempt of the j-ujrstitioits attn'-hl to that
(lav, and I think for tho next fifty years, at
leist, no man should 13 hanged on Friday."
Hew Yori: Commercial Advertiser.
l'oi$nu rortacil From I'oikI.
The subject of -Folsons Formed from Fool,
and their Iteiation to Ijiliousrww nntl Diar
rhcen." 1ms been considered by Dr. T. Latsder
Brunton in articles in Tin Ira"titioncr.
Thcre are pereons. he say?, or oven, perhaps,
"classes of people," to whom even art.c! of
'ood. usually salutary, aro poisonous, ilany
aiticlcx of food, also, have a proper!;, of rplit
ting tbeiastflvti up so as to yield potoas.
The melon and cucumber tribe ot vegetables
exhibit a tendency to tho formation of pur
gative substance.. In animal focis poison
ous proptiTties :tro apt to appear either from
particular modes of cooking or from begin
ning decomposition. The decomposition may
1x3 efleeted by microbic organisms, or by the
digestive fermente of the healthy body; and
they are various according to the cultar or
ganism or ferment that sets them up, and
according to tho temperature at which ?b?y
occur, and the length of time that &ey con
tinue. Some of the products of decomposi
tion am poisonous in various degrees of
activity, while others are innv::ous. HrH'3
Journal of Health.
llswthornc a Jolly Tatlier.
Mr. Julian Hnwtiiome is ceSebrated among
his f riend-s as a pcrticalariy kind and jolly
father His hvely boys regani him with
reckon as tlieir mc&t ccrstnt playfellow an-J
tminor is. atfc'etic wcy. Chicago Tlses.
Tnt Uacli the Chairs.
"When the room in whi'i tho family sits
during the evening is left for tho night, the
chairs should be placed -ts? ar.int the w!ls.
Sometimes a person goes baok a th dark to
get some a-ti?!e, the exact ht.' t f which
bo remembers, and if chairs witv kftin the
middle of the room he might x mc to grisf.
Somo of tiie accidents that occar in dartres
might be avoided if tho hands and feet were
used more slowly. 'Gabriel" in GootFHouse
WM. HALL, M. D.
And -wishes to inforin the public of the Southwest xhat they are
prepared to furnish comfortable and pleasant rooms, board and
other accommodations for visiting patients coming here for tr eat
ment of various diseases.
The city of Wichita is situated in the center of the fanned "Italy
of America," Southern Kansas, the most salubrious climate in
the United States, on the Arkansas river, and easily accessible by
railroads diverging in every direction.
All patients of the Institute are at all times under the charge
and direction of Drs. Hall & Bennett, "whose constant presence and
personal supervision as to diet and other sanitary regulations ena
ble them to perfect cures more rapidly than under other conditions.
They politely invite all Dersons to read this card and give their
attention to the following facts: Having located in Wichita two
years ago and built up a large practice here and in adjoining towns
they havo located permanently, and will continue to
TREAT AND CURE ALL THE FOLLOWING
ACUTE and CHRONIC DISEASES
OF BOTH SEXES.
Women are successfully treated for all diseases of their sex,
such as Inf lamation; Ulceration, Misplacement or Prolapsus of the
Womb, and all Uterine diseases, Polypus and Fibroid Tumors, caus
ing too frequent and painful menstruation.
They treat all diseases -mentioned below, and all other Uterine
Leuchorrea or Whites
19 n whitish discharge from tho vagina tho
discharge- is Bometitne3 brown or green
lasting tho wholo time In porno cases, and
part of tho time in others. This debilitaiing
loss will produce a host of tymytoinE pain
and weight in back and loin?, acid ktomach,
colic, poor appetite, hollownes of eyes, chil
liness, palpitation of the heart, mental de
Morbidly p.-ofuse menstruation, too great
frequr ncy. or too much at each time. The
tirculntion is qnibkened, the mouth hot, tho
t r quo dry; thero id n general depression,
with lieiidacho aad giddiness no mora de
pressing disetiso, nnd sure, if not cured to
disarrango every other function.
Painful or difUcult menstruation enn bo
cared und cava other complications.
Prolapsus Uteri, Fall
ing of NftTomb.
Often met with in woman; a diitreseing
complaint; teqairoo a cure.
inflammation of the
Increased heat and sorenesj, dry, swollen,
painful itching at tirncc. If not cured in
time, discharges set in, almost liko venereal
gonorrhoea, and thun no doubt cohabitation
vill confer it.
Impotence ancl Ster
ility in Women.
Wo havo treated msny cases with success.
Who would not onjoy life and hfcvo chil
dren? All trua women, one would say.
Cull or write fully give . full history i.nd
3011 shall be cured.
Women, tako couragf ! thero is a bright
side to every cloud. A pale fae sad, dis
tressed countenance, lusterltss eyes, a disin
clination for society, despondency, r.erv
oufnes, indicate that somo obscure disease
u robbing you of natures noblest gift
blooming health. It's a duty to yourself
end thcss 3ympathi.tn; friends around you
to overcomo that feminine timiditv and
delicacy which prevents you from consult
ing some eminent, kind-h&jirted physician,
cither by letter or personally, and obtaining
such assistanca ns will bo a biessing to you
We also successfully treat all kidney and
bladder trouble of male or female, such 3
Foreign bodies in tho bladder and urethra
causing too frequent and painful urinating.
and all form of
Private, Chronic and
Diseases, such as spermatorrhoea, impoton
cy, hd1 all tha unp'easant results of such l
Positively cured and entirely eradicated,
from tho system.
Cured in from threo to eight days or no pay.
Gleet and Stricture.
Gurod in patients of years standing.
snd other disease of the gaaito-urinry or
n quickly curod. We gu&r&atew H 9tsr
free and invited.
Do Not Forget
We could give you many letters from patients that have been
by U3, even in your ovm town, oat ao nou masa capiuii out ot
dents. jverytnirig!S private anuwuiitiueuwai juiieiuw.wuu
No. 143 North Main Street,
Over Woodman's Bank, opp. Alor.ch and Bccr.ns Drug Sioxe.
Drs. HALL & BENNETT,
Lock Box 927.
J. E. BENNETT, M.D.
A Plea for Special Practice.
As specialists wero at or.o timo regarded
by iomo persons with distrust, which was
greatly encouraged by phj-sicians in gen
eral practice, wo wish to mako n remirk or
two which wo hope will havo tho effect of
correcting thi3 erroneous idea, if it is still
entertained by any. But reall3', wo regard
it as almost too lato to sa- anything on thia
theme, thanks to the spread of knowledge,
tho diffusion of sentiments more christian,
and tho skill that tho division in the great
practico of medicine has acquired.
If you want ft portrait painted, you would
no more think of applying to a carriage
painter than you would send 3 our child 'to
tho singing school to learn tho Greek clas
sics. In our time, more and more every
where, classification or divL-ion of labor is
the rule, until tho New York Independent
days: "In is ascertained that tho labor of
j thirty-six persons i required to manufac-
ture a single pair,of boots." Siting this, the
doctor assumes to have gone over the entire
I field of medical literature, embracing many
! thousands of volume?, presumes upon tho
Ignorance of tho public. Tho fact is, that
, upon tho reception of the diploma, the mtu
1 who is to become eminent begins moro than
ever to read, and if he lakes up any special
ty and exhausts the whole subjei, life is too
short fur him to do much more. On the
contrary, L his raidin g bo a mrvey of the
i whole fi?ld, li makea a professional failure.
I It i telf-evident that n physician healing
thousands of cn-es evero year attains greit
' skill, and, member-of the proft-t-sion in the
country know this as well or better t an
1 invalids, und accordingly roeomond their
I pationts to our care. All aro treated couS
; dentiully, scientifically, honorably, and at
moderate charge, which wi 1 bo always fc
oordtnsr to tho soverity of tho enfn and time
, requirtd in cure, iledicinc-s supplied from
I our own laboratory, under our own supcr
Epilepsy or falling :!, if left to run its
course, Is one of the most loathsome oftf
fiiction; fcnd unchecked u;uaiioends in men
tal Rnd bodily imbaoility, idiocy and death.
For many yearj it was considered incurtble
but more modern investigations have dem
onstrated that most ca;CJ are eoily and
readily cured. In all the-e c'& wa osn
guarautco a cure in a reaonsble loglh of
We alo guirante a cure of the opium
or morphine habit in three w:k and on the
most fair ar.d &&f terms. You are to pay
u- nothing until you knov you are curM.
Wo unt it dtiac'Jj and Giphftticany un
derstood Hut we men ju; shut we fsy.
We meko thie very hbral r.ffer becauso w
ksow many have been dfraudi by un
scrupulous peron-; but uh wo nk is that
ycu cive us a retionable tsaursnoe tht our
f wii! bs paid when you tsa cured. We
do not claim to rwtore you fullv to hwdtb,
3eb cjid strength in few dtyi, but we 60
cisira that tfW a few days tr&rflnrwot oor
patieaU tr comfortable u-ithoat morpbiae
or i.n opiate cf tny kind nor will they need
any other drajj to taka H place.
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
ALDBICH & BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street
J L. JOUKSTOX.
Johnston & Blaekwelder,
Real Estate and
Investors:-- of S Capital
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing Acre
Property a Specialty.
CTSAN&ERS visiting the city with a view of investing, will find
it to their interest to call at Eoom No. 1, Noble Block, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see plats of tho Throe Inside
Additions, all of which are within ten minutes walk from tho
Sole Agents for these Additions.
Johnston fe Blaekwelder.
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and in
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,
W. a CORBKTT, lYrtWont.
Wholesale Groeer Company
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St, WICHITA, KAN.
"HOTGH K I N S & W HEELER,
REAL ESTATE fi EXCHANGE BROKERS
SOLE AGSXTS FOR
j This Addition is located in the ncrth part of the city, betwoon
' Fairview and Arkaceas Avenuoe and h in tho highest part of
I city. We offer Special Inducements for tho next 30 days.
i No. 201, S-S CORNER ECCGJ.Ag AV."KUB AND WABKBT BT.
lOHIO & WOT MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.,
! CAPITAL, $100,000.
j Farm Mortgages, Interest at Low Rates, No Delay.
1 act as ravsnax roa noiu,KAT-.xs. yrTXKKwni-. btatw axd ismtivvajji.
! INTERES r PAID O. DltPOSITS-
CASKETS, ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, ETC.
nra', WJciita. eAMM. 'nzat- ns " w4 f Trt
C. A. 5rTATTOIJ.
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Onice south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway of Lawrer.ce.
J. R. HOLIDAY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
all goods warranted.
GEO. H. BLACKWELDBK.
J. H. IlLACK. IWxttJiry ""t Tlranrrr
H. W. KBNDLE,
FUHI8AL -:- DIBECTOK.
- xma 1 i
Vocd, Cloth and Meialic BoriaJ Ca;
T. r. CLJA
Ko. 227 RDocghta Ave