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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1896.
3 The Mammoth Millinery Carries the best and largest stock of stylish "up-to-date" hats at the most moderate prices. J Walking Hats, Great Yariety, 50c to $2.50 Big Special Sale of "LOIE FULLER VEILS, All silk net with Valenciennes lace borders, at only 2SC each. WORTH HOUDLE. 218 E. WASHINGTON ST. 220 HUNDREDS Going to See Them. Procrastination tie Thief of Time. people who have tested hie efficacy of our treatment, otter foaviag 'been "doc tored" for a (period of from five to twenty years 'by Itjbje' 'beat physicians in rtibe state: 'TlhiiB certifies that for the past twenty-five years I 'have 'been, a suf ferer from indigestioni and that dread ful disease, oaftanrh of Ithe head, throat and ears. I have used almost every preparation tthat has 'been introduced in that time for itihe cure of catarrh, but without receiving any practical benefit therefrom. I have just concluded a course of treatment at the hands of the German-Aanerican Staff of Physicians and Surgeons and can pronounce their system of treating the diseases the very best that I ever employed, for lit goes right to the root of the trouble 1)0 lOHr UWH lMflKlfl$ 1111(1 tleir,ei,:y eradicating and driving it out 0 of the system. (When I commenced the Consult OF PHYSICIANS AND WHILE YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY. Three weeks ago the German-American Staff of Physicians and Surgeons of 850 Market street, San Francisco, announced that VJhey would pay Phoe mix a visit for the purpose of introduc ing their advanced methods for the treatment of chronic diseases. The re sult has 'been far 'beyond their moat sanguine expectations. Prom morning until niighlt there has 'been a constant incoming and outgoing, not or irres ponsible, novelty-hunting individuals, tout comprising among the number the very best citizens of Phoenix and sur rounding country, all desirous to test this progressive system. No ex planation is necessary from the patient No previous knowledge of the case. Every ache, pain and disagreeable feeling pointed out and described. The cures they have performed include some of the very ibest and most prominent men and women of the state, whose reputa tions are beyond question, and whose words cannot be doubted. Facts are whait the public want. They speak to the point. Bellow we leubmit the names of a few itrealbment I was so deaf I could scarce ly hear; the right ear was in bad shape, almost gone; the roof of my month was covered with dried ulcers. I must have been disgusting to all who came in contact with me. To the German American Staff I consider I owe a debt of gratitude for having completely re stored me to 'health again. I can hear today as well as I ever could and all symptoms of the disease have passed away. I cheerfully recommend all sufferers from catarrh not to put off, but consult the German-American Staff at once. Thy will cure you. If you are skepUJoal and dent 'believe It, just telegraph me. J. J. HANFORD, "Proprietor Hanford Iron Works, San Bernardino, formerly of Coronado." "Carson Oity, Nevada. "The German-American Staff of Physi cians and Surgeons: "I am thankful to say that my face is entirely well and will never trouble me again, after having suffered from can cer for fifteen years; theire is scarcely a scar. Thanking you for making such a permanent cure, I am your well wisher, THOMAS TAYLOR." "Placerville, July 7, 1896. "It gives me much pleasure to be able Ho make a favorable report of my case to you. My hearing is perfect I never have lost any hearing for one hour since your treatment. I am in better health this summer than for several years past, thanks to you. Your grateful patient, "MRS, CHARLES HOGAN." "The German-American Staff of Phy sicians and Surgeons: "I am feeling so much better than I was before beginning to take your treatment that I must say that I will never regrett the $50 that I paid you for treatment. I remain yours, "D. L. KILGORE, San Bernardino." , Mr. H. Prickett, R. R, conductor, Guaymas, Mex., writes November 2, 1896: "I .take pleasure in stating that I have been greatly benefited by your treatment for catarrhal, stomach, liver and kidney troubles, and now enjoy better health than I have had for 12 or 15 years. Feeling so thoroughly well, I do not deem It necessary to continue your treatment further (than the supply of medicine I now have on 'hand, which I am regularly using as per directions. I take pleasure in add ing this, my testimonial to all who are affected with chronic diseases, and wishing you continued success in your profession, I remain, very truly yours." Mrs. D. C. Mendenhall, 848 E. San Diego, writes October 28: "My little girl is very much improved. Every body notices the wonderful improve ment. As to myself, I have derived great benefit" Ed OUara, 1172 Third St., San Di ego, writes October 29: "I have im proved wonderfully." Jos. A. Flint,- superintendent of the San Diego Water Co., writes Oct. 13: I have just returned from a seventy mile drive over a rough road. Where as I would formerly 'have been ex hausted, thanks to your treatment, I returned in good condition and feeling fair better than I had reason to expect" J. P. Parsons, Juloan, writes Oct 25: 'I am improving dm every respect" Rudolph Flynn, Needles, writes Oct 18, 1896: "I am feeling fine and be lieve I am on the high road to recov ery. I feel much better than I did be fore I began treating with you. I have increased la weight mine pounds." W. J. Skinner, Needles, writes Oct 21: "I can cheerfully say I am feeling splendid; better than I have felt in two years. I am sure you can cure me." iMrs. Ida Olds, PrescoEi, writes Nov. 4: "I hasten to inform you of the im provement manifested. I thank you kindly for the interest taken in my case and as my Improvement is beyond my most sanguine expectations, I will recommend you whenever an oppor tunity presents itself." Central Hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN, BOOH!) 50c to (1.00 RESTAURANT AND GRILL ROOMS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. The Bar has always the finest beer on draught, also only double stamp Kentucky Sour Mash Whit Key n est cigars a specially. igzMd. kies, Imported and California Wines. 132-196 E. -Washington St., Phoenix. Aria. JOS. THALHKIMFR, Pro t t t : t REPUBLICAN WANTS! FIND HELP. : : : par fits. FOR RENT tTlve acre ranch two miles east on Tempa road. See Plank, 30 North First WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply after 3 o'clock p. m.,248 W Jefler son St., Mrs. A. J. Sampson. WANTED Situation to do general house work In private family or boarding house by a good plain cook. Gall at Marks' lod ging house, corner Madison and Second Sts WANTED Situation by Cook and Waitress or Chambermaid. Miss Gane 317 W. Silver ave., Albuquerque, N. M. f ANTED By a competent yonng business VV women a position in an office or as cashier. Is a typewriter. Address L.-D., this office. MADAME DE FOY of Chicago, Telling. Vendome, rooms 11 Phoenix, Arizona. Fortune and 13, SDONOFRIO Choicest wine and liquors . kept in stock censtantly. Family trade solicited. No. 1U and 114 E. Jackson St. FOR SALE Two ranches, 160 acres each. Free water goes wi'.h every acre In alfalfa Apply to E. R. Powell, corner Jackson and Sec ond Btreets. Phoenix, Ariz FR SALE A matched team, buggy and har ness. Address Box 822, Phoenix. CCRTIS-HARRISON ADVERTISING COM j PANY, 349 Wilcox building, Los Angeles, Cal., keepthis paper on file and receive adver tisements at our lowest rates. Arizona adver tisers should send lor their free circulars on advertising. AT HOME. Mrs. C. A. Perazzo, 12 E. Monroe, writes: "During last September my daughter was treaited toy the German- American Staff of Physicians and Sur geons while in Bam Diego. Under their treatment she rapidly recovered and today is thoroughly cuwed." "The proof of line pudding is in the eating." The above would indicate that the people who are being treated are pleased, so in case you hear any unfavorable comment inquire care fully upon what foundation the parties base their claims. :You will find it arises from prejudice or selfishness. We court the fmlleat investigation and give as references people who have been cured by our advanced methods. The German-American Staff of Phy sicians and Surgeons under the per sonal direction of Dr. J. B. Keith may be consulted daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a, m. to 4 p. m., at the Big Tent, Sixth avenue arid Washington street. STOP AT THE WILLIAMS fiOCfcJK, MARI copa, while waiting fur tie train. Good accommodations&pd excellent table. MRS. M. E. 8POONER, proprietress of tbe Hayden Hotel has a moBt delightful home for ladies stopping in Tempe as well as gentlemen. The only ladies hotel inTempe. Ladies Who Value A refined complexion must use PozzonPs Pow der. It produces a soft and beautiful akin. Meat MarKet. TEIBOLET Exclusively uses the I AT TV I TTi IULD Am STORAGE FOR MbATS. 0TTV0 Hogs, Lambs, Calves DUld MdFatBeeffor SPOT CASH ftTlTTft The tenderest meats on themarke- ii n 111 JO frozen and fat, at the lowest possit 14-16 e.wsT SPOT CASH. Castings ah ms m MACHINE REPAIRING. STANDARD IRON WORKS, HCUHK8 & GBBRINO, Props. P.O. Box 458. Phoenix Ariz. Telephone 57. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Buys everything at spot cash price and gives TIIJL3 BEST 33o MEj. Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington St. , East of Jacobs it Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets, 4.50; Single meals. 25c. PKOFESSIONAL .Physicians. DR. A. Y. M'CORMICK Giaduate of Jeffer son Medical College, Philadelphia. Of fice and residence. Monihon block, over Wake lin's drug store. General nractltioner. Boecial attention given to chronic diseases. Telephone u. AO. DR. LLA P SUM NER General practitioner. Special attention paid t diseases of women and children. Office and residence southwest corner Monroe and Third streets. Office hours 10 to 11 a. m., 1 to 2;30 and 6 to 1-S p. m. Telephone 148. DR. LOUISE GR AHA M-Obstetrics and dis eases of women. Offlc , upstairs in Cot ton Dlocx. corner wasnington ana center ma. Hours, 10 ta 12 a. m., i to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. R. DAMERON Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. DR. A. W. COITRELL Office and residence) 14 N. Center St., over Chamber of Com merce and M. & P. R. R., office. Day or night Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone No. 128. R. WM. DUFPIELD- tiraduateof the Uni versity of Pennsylvania. General practice. icial methods and apparatus lor diseases oi throat and lungs. Pneumatic differentiation. steam creosote, etc etc Office and residence. 28 8. Second Ave. Speci R. T.F. CHILD8 Physician and Surgeon Present location. 224 W Washington St. ffice hours. 10 to 12 a. m : 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 n. m All diseases treated scientifically Diaenoaii ' a specialty. PromDt attention to night calls. Officf DR. ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, eat, nose and throat and general surgen. Office 8. 1, cor. Adams and Center Sts. EN. GERARD Physician and Surgeon. . Office in Young b'.dg., up stairs, corner Jefferson and Center Sts., opp. Commercial hotel. Practitioner of thirty-five years expe rience. Cil s attended to day and night. EO. HYDE Physician and surgeon. Prae . tices the vitapathic, also the dosimetric system of treatment. Diseases of the lungs a specialty. Office, 321 E. Washington street 'Phone 124, Phoenix, Arizona. Vetfrtn ary. JC. NORTON, D. V. M., VETERINARY , physician, surgeon and dentist. Resident e No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Office, ground floor, Mo nihon block, No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix. Office hours. 10 to 12 a, m.. 1 to 4 p m. FO.RICHMOMD, M. D. 0., Phoenix, An . zona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases o fall Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle stable. Second, neai Washington St. Telephone No. 51. No Charge (or Consultation. Attorneys-at-LAiw. Funk Cox. h. M. Willis, Jb IOX A WILLIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. room 1. 2 ai.d fi- Thihnrin hnllriln. Phoenix Arizona. c J EERY MILLAY. WALTER BXNMKTT. 1LLAY & BKVNETT Attorney s-at-Law Rooms 16 and 17 Fleming building. M1 WH. 8TILWELL Attorney at Law. Office . 307, 308 and 309, Fleming block, PhCB- nlx. Ariz. TTTILUAM HERRING Attorney andcoun v v seloratlaw. Tombstone, Ariz FITCH & CAMPBELL, ATTORN EY8 AT Law. Over National Bank sf Arizona WH. WILLIAMS Attorney at law, room 1, McCarty building, Phoenix, Arizona. Notary utllo. BRUCE PERLEY Notary public ana con, veyancer, 16 North Center Sr.. Phoenix. Ariz. U. 3. internal revenu and pension mat ters a specialty. Ijlverv. okmna:i i;o. 232. To regulate the speed it which bi- cyolus may be ridden in the streets of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. Any person or persons who shall ride any bicycle, upon and through the streets of the City of Phoenix, at a rate of speed to exceed eight miles per hour, shall 'be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con viction thereof shall be fined in a sum not less than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars, and in case said fine is not paid, the person or persons convicted, shall be imprisoned in the City Jail until sand fine is satisfied at the rate of one day's imprisonment for each dollar of said fine. Sec. 2. This ordinance to he in force and effect from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed by the Common Council this 3d day of October, 1896. Approved tJhas 3d day of October, 1896. J. D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. T. JL JOBS, City Recorder. First published in The Airiona Re publican, official oity paper, October 10, 1896. GOLDEN RULE RESTAURANT. Situated in the old Gazette building, Cor. Venter and Jefferson sib. THE BEST 15c MEAL IN THE CITY. - - GMve Us a Trial. - - For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery aorses Bearded by the Week or Month at Lowest sates. Telephone No 96. ALBRIGHT & GETZ. Props. Cor. First and Adams Sts. Q A. DAVISON- kj. h on block. XOnarineer. City Engineer, room 4, Mon- Hatoon. The Palace, GUS. B. HIRSCHFELD.Prop. Imported and Domestic WISES, LIpRS AND CIGiRS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. as"- "V ' . ..FROBEL. . INSTITUTE (CASA DB ROSAS.) Los Angeles, Cal. Fall term Sept 22. Boarding and day school. Preparatory for college, lraining school for kindergartners a specialty. Circular sent upon application to Plot and Mine. Louis Claverie, Principals. QUOM 1SAH CHUNG & CO. Importen of all kinds of -CHINESE AID JAPANESE GOODS Silks, Ladies' Dress Goods and Underwear. Everything sold less than cost. Cor. Madison and First Sts.. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Hammer & Gordon BRICK MANUFACTMERS AND CONTRACTOBS" All orders will receive prompt attention. 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