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years ago and built up a large practice here and in adjoining towns
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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
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ScninN'i-i:'-Magazine will be in the widest
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Some of thr must notable papers to npjiear
the lir-t vraraie a .i"ieof Unpublibbed L,et
tera oi'Thackeraj of vorvRrejit au-obiocruphic-
al value; Juciliidster t.. 1). Washburne's
Kemin'sc'tiee-) of the idejre and Commune ot
l'tris; Glimpses at tho Kinries of Gouverneurl ,
Mo.rls, Minibter to trnc:oat tho close of the j 'J,',':
lflht century (pHi'S decriptions of tho tocinl j
mo ami cnaracttra at mat time ; a collection
of contemporary letters describing .Early New
lork jiul .New ingianu Melety.
There is much excellent liction, including a
''rial by Harold Frederic; t-tories extending
uirotiRti several numoers byii.U. IJunner, J.
v. of Dale, and others; and bhort stories bv It.
L. Stevenson, Joel Chandler Harris, T. A. Jan
le, JHi63 .lewett, OLtiireTnMit. II. II ISoy
eaen, Jl'ss Crosby, and a ' 03t of others,
Notable fciit'Cftl p'lers to be publisliei very
earlv are Gent ral F. A Walker's on SociallMn
I)r William Haven Ward's on Habylonian Cvl
liuleis; Mr. J In C. Itops's ou the Portraits'or
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an- a few ol tho leading features of
"t-Tlesby Lonla31. Alcott and Frank It
-tockton, several by eaci author.
A Hiort Serial .-tory ny Mrt. r.urnolt, whose
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agrut feature iu the past year ol St. Nicholas.
ar Stories for lioyn and Girls. Gen . Haaeau.
chiet of stair, biographer, and contleutial
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and inoit pojnt'ar of living military writers,
will contribute 11 numberoi papers "describing
in clear and vivid stylo some of the leading
battle-. of th civil war They will be pano
ramic description- of single contests or short
campaigns, pre?entlngasort of literary picture
gallery of the grand Mid heroic contests in
hich the parents of many a boy nnd girl of to
da took nart.
Tho -erial stories include "Juan and Juan
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lite, by Frances Courtenay l!aylor, author ol
OnllotU Sides"; also, "Jenny's Boarding
House,'" by dames Otis, r.Etorv oilife in a great
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Panorama is Made;" by Theodore It. I).iV'S,
Althpr lu-e i lustra'ions; "Winning a Com
;: is--ion" (Naval Ac tl-,niy) and"J!ec";llectlon3
of the Naal Academy" ;'"li ring for Oil" anl
"Among the Gat-wells," with a number of
striking pictures; " I hlld-sketchcs'from George
Kllot, by .linia Macrnder: "Victor lingo's
Tal-s to His Grandchlldr n," recountetl by
liranderllatt'aews; ,'Hletor'o Girls," byK. S.
Uro ks. AlE' IntereEtlng contributions from
Nora i erry. Hariiet Trescott Spofford, Joaquin
Milior, II. IT. Hoye&en, Wa'dington Gladden,
.c YtllmgtoD KjllinR. J. T Trowb-Idge.
Ueut naut Frederick Sch wstks. Noah Hrook,
j ae Dnulo LltchQild, Hose Hawthorne La
throp. Mrs. S. M. 15. list:, Mary Mape Dodge
and many others, etc , etc.
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two hundred thousaud copies, oitcn reaching
and sometimes exceeding two hundred and
twenty-live thousand. ,cblef among Its many
attractions for the coming year is a Eerial
whicu has been in active preparation lor sixteen
years. It is a history of our own country In it3
most critical time as set lonli in
The Life of Abraham Lincoln,
. I by hi confidential Eecretaries, John G. Nico-
nd Col, John ilay.
his great work, begun with the sanction of
president Lincoln, anil continued under the
authority ci his kon. the Honorable KobertT.
Line-In , is the only full an 1 authorative record
of (he 11 eof Vbraham Lincoln. Its authors
wera friends of Lincoln before hU Presidency;
they wero most initimately affociatei with him
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ot!if; and to t'lem were transferred upon Lin
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ofl'resident Lincoln's administration, impor
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unrevealed. that thev mightllrst appearln this
authentic history. Iy reason of the publication
of this work,
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which has been followed with uuflagginginterest
by a great audience, will oocnpy.less space dur
ing the condng vear. Gettysburg will be de
scribed by Genoal Hunt (Chief of the Union Ar
tillery). General Longstrees, General E. M.
Law, and others; Chickamauga, by General 1).
H. Hill: Sherman's March to the Sea. by Gen
erals Howard and Sloctiai. GeneralB Q. A.
Gilmore, Win G. Sin'th, JohnGlbon, Ilora-e
Porter, and JohnS. Mosby will describe spt-cla 1
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Novels and Stories,
" The Hundredth Man." by Frank It. Stock
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etc,, begins in November. Two novelettes by
George W. Cable, stories bv Mary Hallocb
roote, "Undo i;emns," Julian Hawthorne,
KdwardEggleston, and other prominent Amer
ican authors will be printed during the year.
with illustrations 1 Include a series or nrticlca
aff.ir3lu Knssla nnd Siberia, bv George Ken
nan, author of "Tent Life in Siberia," who
has just returned from a most eventfur visit to
Siberian prisons; papers on the Food Question,
with reference to its bearing on the Labor Fiob
Mn: Englieh Cathedrals; Or. Eggleston's t.e
ligiousLlfe in the American Colonies; Men nnd
Women ol Qaeen Anne's Helgn, bv Oliphant;
Clairvoanceg Spiritualism, Astrology, etc.
by the Iteverend J, M. Huckley, D. D . editor of
the Chri-tian Advocate, astronomical papers,
articles throwing light on Bible History, etc
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J-ieuchorrea or WMtes
Is a whitish discharge from tho vagina tho
dischargo is sometimes brown or greon
lasting the whole time in Eomo cases, and
part of tho time in others. This debilitaiing
loss will produce a host of symytjms pain
and weight in back and loins, acid stomach,
colic, poor appetite, hollowness of eyes, chil
liness, palpitation of tho heart, mental de
Morbidly profuse menstruation, too groat
frequency, or too much at each timo. Tho
circulation is quibkened, tho mouth hot, tho
tongue dry; there is a general depression,
with headacho aad giddiness no moro de
pressing disease, and eure, if not .cured to
disarrango every other function.
A Plea for Special Practice.
Painful or difficult menstruation can
cured and save other complications.
Prolapsus Uteri, Fall
ing 01 "Womb.
Often met with in women;
complaint; requires a cure.
As specialists wero at one timo regarded
by somo persons with distrust, which was
greatly encouraged by physicians in gen
eral practice, wo wish to make a remark or
two which we hope will have tho effect of
correcting this erroneous idea, if it is still
entertained by any. Uut really, wo regard
it as almost too late to saj' anything on this
theme, thanks to the spread of knowledge,
tho diffusion of sentiments moro christian,
and tho skill tb ut tho division in tho great
practice of medicine has acquired.
If 3'ou want a portrait painted, you would
no moro think of applying to a carriage
painter than you would send vour child "tn
J tho singing school to learn the Greek clas-
j.u uur nine, moro anu more every
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These Lois are dose to the City Limits, and are lying between Central Ae
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are to be built on them. For terms app'y at
BUTLER & FISHERS HARDWARE STC RE
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WE WANT AT OWCE
Some Large Mortgages -:-
-:- From $5,000 to $20,000 Each
ON BUSINESS BLOCKS MONEY NOW READY
VIBLE & SHBPARD.
250 ITorth Main Street, Room 12.
WICHITA CRACKER COMPANY.
0 ' where, classification or division of labor is
Ol UJie tho rule' until thu Tow York Independent
says: "In is ascertained that tho labor of
, tlnrty-six persons is required to manufac-
Increased heat and soreness, dry, swollen, ture a singlo pair of boots." Seeing this, the
painful itching at times. If not cured in doctor assumes to lmvo gono over the entiro
time, aiscnarges cot m, almost like venereal i ueia 01 meaicai literature, embracing many
FINE CRACKERS and. PURE CANDIES.
418 and 420 BAST DOUGLAS AVEITTTE.
Wichita lit? Roller Mills and fck
-Kcacfacturs th Followlas Celebrated ncaauS
gonorrhoea, and the
will confer it
no doubt cohabitation
Impotence and Ster
ility in "Women.
Wo have treatod many cases with succe'ss."
Who would not enjoy life and have chil
dren? All truo women, one would say.
H. McKIM DUBOIS
have an nccurnto .ot or Ixwks awl am prerarcJ to
snake full ami
Complete Abstracts of Title
To any property In Sedgwick County.
Office OTer 123 Main S:rc
Wicliita, - Kan. -
Call or write fully yivo a full history and thousands of casns evero year attains
you shall bo cured. skill, and'membors of the profession
AVomen, tako courage! there is a bright countrv know this as well or bettor
thousands ol volume', presumes UDon the
ifioranco of tho public. Tho fact is, that
upon the reception of tho diploma, the mau
who is to become eminent begins more than
ever to read, aad if ho takes up any special
ty and exhausts tho whole subjet, life is too
short for him to do much moro. On tho
contrary, h his reudin be a survey of the
wLolo field, he makes a professional failure
it is sell-evident that a physician healing
sme to every ciouu. a pa 10 nice, sail, dis- invalids, and accordingly recomend their
tressed conntcnancc, lusterless eyes, a dism- patients to our care. All are treated confi
clination for society, despondency, nerv- j dentially, scientifically, honorably, and at
ousness, indicate that somo obscure disease l moderate charges, which whl be always ac
ls robbing you of natures noblest gift cording to the soveritv of tho case and time
blooming health. Its a duty to yourself rpmiirprl in pnr.- M,i;n;no: cmni;,i rm
end those sympathizing friends around you our own laboratory, under our own supor
to overcome that feminine timidity and ! vision.
delicacy which prevents you from consult
ing somo 'jminent, kind-hearted physician, '
either by letter or personally, and obtaining '
such assistance as will bo a bicssing to you '
for life. I
Wo also successfully treat all kidnoy and ;
bladder trouble of male or female, such as
X. L. C.
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Epilopsy or felling fits, if left to run its
course, is one of the most loathsome of af-
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Ul and bodily imbecility, idiocy nnd death.
SXlQ. ! or many years it was considered incurable
i but more modern investigations have dom-
IlAni-EH s MAGA2urelnrinfrtS7vrill contain
a novel ol intense pollticxl, Eocitl, and roman
tic interest; entitled "Xark"a story of
Kneriau life by Kathleen O'Ieara; a new
novel, entitled "April llobes." bv VT D
Hpwe'N; Sonthern Sketches" bv Dutllev
i J-1 'a HanllDsDaTi., lllustr.teJ
by Mlltam Hamilton Gibson; 'Great Ameri
can Indnstriea" continued; "Sccial Studio '
by Dr K T. Ely; fnr:her;articles on the Rail
way 1'rob'em by corrpeteat writers; new series
ot illnstrati-ns by K. A. Abbev and Vlfred
Parsons; articles oy . V. Roe; an.I o:hr a
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tee will be tiaid when vou are cured. We
J do not claim to restore you fully to health,
iiesa ana strengtn m a lew days, trai we ao
claim that after a few days treatment our
patient? are comfortable without morphine
or an opiate of any kind nor will they need
any other drugi to take its place.
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PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITIES IK KANSAS.
OFFICE N-Vf COP- iTH m1 MAUXKT STS, BT. IvOCIH. WJimiT iiij
OFFICE K-W COn UiJ.V wid DOUGLAS ATXXCZ. MlUHMA, KA(1.
(jK.STABLTSHED IX 1870.
LmgsW MARKET. :
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MULES, HOBSES ATvTX C-TOTXjS
Bought aocl Sokl on Commission. Liberal adv-aoceraeads jando
on consign mont&. Srerything guaranteed as represented. Aactlon
H. L HILL, Proprietor.
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ln. CJ-eto J,-;xit c -"loraJo aventir. r.i!w!-i. ; " omrae;
Kan.i. ratronace s.uiclte.1 umbers for .June and December of eirh .
nen no time is specified, subscriptions i
m me numoer current at tne lime
We could give you many letters from patients that have been
cured, by us, ever inyour own wwn, but do not make capital out of
our patients. Everything is private and confidential Consultation
free and invited.. Do Not Forget the Place.
No. 143 North Main Street,
0er Woodman s Bank, opp. Afdr.cn and 8'ov,r s Drug Store
Drs. HALL & BENNETT,
0. B. ST0CKER,
Lock Box 927.
MAJRBLE DUST, : WHITE : SAXJ,- LATJI
Dae, Hair, Kerw Tork and ilichlgan Piaster.
Louisville and Portland Cement.
WICHITA, KANSAS j YomSl'38rj,M