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Full text of "Meyer's business directory of the city of Phoenix, Arizona. Containing a classified business and professional guide; a list of all the city and county and federal officials; correct tables of railroad fares, express tariffs and telegraph tolls to all points of the compass, and other valuable information"

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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, 

1888. 

GEORGE E. LORING, 
HATTER AND FURNISHER. 



AGENT FOR 

E,ftl. 

COLLARS 

AND 

CUFFS. 



Flannel Shirts. 
PHCENIX, 



Dunlap Hats, 

AND A 
FUIJ, IJNE OF 

STETSON'S 

Celebrated 

Cow BOY 

HATS. 



ARIZONA. 




Ill House 



GOLDMAN & CO. 



Importers and Dealers in 



General Merchandise. 



Anything from a Needle to a Threshing Machine 

you can find in our stock at Prices that 

DEFY COMPETITION. 



Goldman & Go's Liquor Department 



Only Wholesale Liquor House 



San Francisco Prices Guaranteed. 



AGENTS FOR 

Leinp'8 Breiviny Co.; AnJieuser-Busch Bottled 

Beer; Gamess Private Stock Whisky; 

May field Whisky. 

Crate's KEY WEST 






MEYER'S 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



CONTAINING A 



Classified Business and Professional Guide ; a List of 
all the City and County and Federal Officials ; 
Correct Tables of Railroad Fares, Ex- 
press Tariffs and Telegraph 
Tolls to All Points of 
the Compass, 

AND OTHER VALUABLE INFORMATION. 



Copyrighted.} 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

A. LEONARD MEYER, 

PHCENIX, 

1888. 



THE CITY OF PHCENIX. 



* Embowered in the mass; of verdant foliage, which line every street and 
surround every dwelling-place, adorned by a wealth of flowers and shrub- 
bery, and with beautiful gardens, vineyards and orchards about every 
suburban home, Phrenix can justly boast of being one of the handsomest 
little cities on the Pacific Slope. Through every street streams of pure, 
clear water are conducted along the edge of the sidewalks, cooling the 
atmosphere during the summer months, and bringing life and verdure and 
productiveness to flowers and fruits and shade trees. The ground upon 
which the town is built has a gradual slope toward the Salt river, distant 
about one mile. The original town-site embraces one-half section a mile 
in length by a half-mile in width. To this, however, have been added 
during the past year more than a dozen additions. Situated very near 
the center of the great valley, and about thirty-five miles north of Mari- 
copa station, on the Southern Pacific Railroad, the site of the city is 
everything that could be desired. The facilities for drainage toward the 
river are perfect, as are also those for the establishment of a comprehensive 
water supply system. The important question of sanitation is therefore 
settled for all time, and the healthfulness of the city assured. The grading 
and paving of streets, and the construction of sidewalks will be here an 
easy task, and the cost reduced to a minimum owing to the level contour 
of the surface. 

THE BUILDINGS, 

Public and private, of this rapidly-growing young city, are creditable to 
the enterprise of its people. The old adobe of the early pioneer is fast dis- 
appearing before the march of progress. The streets cross each other at 
right angles, and there are three plazas, or public squares. In one of 
these the county court-house stands, a commodious brick structure of two 
stories, crowned by a handsome clock tower. The other pla/.a will soon 
be occupied by a city hall. It will be of brick and stone, two stories in 
height. Adorned with shrubbery, grass and shade trees, these squares 
will be an attractive feature of the town. 

The public school-house is a roomy and comfortable edifice of bricl 
and accommodates at present over 500 pupils. But so rapid is the inci 
in population that the school trustees have decided to erect at once tin 

*The following sketch is from the i'acile pen of Hon. Patrick Hamilton, recently pub 
in the Albuquerque Democrat, with such minor changes as the march of progress have 




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orner 



Center and Washington Streets, 

PHCENIX, A. T. 



A FULL LINE OF ALL CLASSES OF GOODS 
USUALLY FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS 

DRUG STORE. 



'RESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED, Day or Night. 



PHOENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



more school buildings, which will give the city four public schools, or one 
to each ward. 

Washington street, which runs from east to west through the center of 
the city, is the main business thoroughfare. A mile in length exclusive 
of additions and 120 feet in width, it can boast of many handsome mer- 
cantile establishments. These are mostly of brick, many of them carrying 
immense stocks and doing a volume of business, running into the hundreds 
of thousands annually, besides supplying the immense valley, of which it 
is the center. The trade of Phoenix embraces all the mining camps and 
cattle ranges within a radius of seventy-five miles. 

Already the young city is supplied with many churches, nearly all the 
leading Christian sects being represented. Catholics, Methodists, (north 
and south) Presbyterians, Baptists, Episcopalians and Congregation alists. 
have places of worship, the Catholic and Methodist churches being com- 
modious edifices. The secret orders are prosperous here. The Masons, 
Odd Fellows, Order of United Workmen, Knights of Pythias, Red 
Men, Chosen Friends and Good Templars, have flourishing lodges. There 
is a Library Association, supported by popular subscriptions, and a num- 
ber of social and charitable organizations attached to the several churches. 
With such a showing for moral and intellectual progress, the charge of 
"general cussedness" so often heard against the "rowdy west," cannot 
affect Phoenix . 

The newspaper is the truest mirror of a people's moral and material 
condition. In this respect Phoenix need not fear comparison with more 
pretentious places. The Arizonian, Herald and Gazette issue daily and 
weekly editions, while the Advance is published once a week. A perusal 
of their local and advertising columns will give an outsider an excellent 
idea of the growth and prosperity of the town and of the enterprise and 
public spirit of its citizens. That the people of Phoenix appreciate the 
work of its press is evinced by the liberal support which they extend to it. 



THE POPULATION 

Of this coming city of the southwest is estimated at 5,000, which is being 
rapidly augmented since the completion of the branch railroad. Three 
banks, with a heavy capitalization, are required to meet its steady growing 
business. There are several hotels, and yet another, a large brick struc- 
ture, will be finished within two months. There are two manufactories of 
artificial ice, a large flouring mill, a planing mill and a meat packing 
establishment near the town. A three-story opera house, is recently com- 

DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in CLOTHING. 



'J 
PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

Capital Paid Up, - - $1OO 9 OOO. 



DIRECTORS: 

M. W. KALES, SOL. LEWIS, J. Y. T. SMITH, 

CHAS. GOLDMAN, GEO. W. HOADLEY. 



CORRESPONDENTS : 

THK BANK OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco. AGENCY OF BANK 
CALIFORNIA, New York. Messrs. N. M. ROTHS- 
CHILD & SONS, London. 



M. W. KALES, SOL. LEWIS, GEO. W. HOADLEY, 

President. Vice -President. Cashier. 



The VALLEY BANK of PfflENIX 

ARIZONA. 



Paid Up Capital, $5O,OOO. 

Surplus, - 13,000. 



OKKICERS: 

ANDREW CRAWFORD, President. WM. CHRISTY, Cashier. 

E. J. BENNITT, Assistant Cashier. 

DIRECTORS : 

A. CRAWFORD, F. C. HATCH, M. H. SHERMAN, 

WM. CHRISTY, E. J. BENNITT. 



CORRESPONDENTS : PACIFIC BANK, San Francisco. FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK, Los Angeles. AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK, New York 
City. S. A. KEAN & CO., Chicago. 



Drafts Drawn on all the Principal Cities off Europe. 



6 PHCENIX BU8IXKSS [HIM-XToIiY. 



pleted. Another hotel of 200 hundred rooms is now projected, and will 
soon be built. The city is lighted by gas, and will soon have electric 
light, a company having been organized for that purpose. Street cars 
traverse the city and several of the additions. There is an excellent fire 
department, supplied with the latest improved apparatus. 

In a word, Phoenix has fairly entered upon the road which leads to 
prosperity, and is rapidly forging ahead. Her's will be no mushroom 
growth, no ephemeral " boom." Sustained and supported by the vast tract 
of rich and productive soil which surrounds it on all sides, with abundance 
of water and a perfect climate, she can look to the future with serene con- 
fidence. She has the unfailing resources which build cities and support 
prosperous communities. Now that her superb gifts and advantages are 
becoming known, property values are rapidly rising. The past six 
months have witnessed many improvements both in the city and suburbs, 
and prices have fully doubled within that period. There has been no 
feverish "boom," but a steady advancement, born of confidence in the 
future. The field for the investor or speculator is an inviting one, and 
many fortunes will be made in this valley in real estate within the next 
twelve months. At present there are about fifteen firms engaged in the 
business, which will give some idea of the transfers made. Lots in this 
city, which could be had for $150 six months ago, now command S500 
and $600, and so it is with suburban tracts and business locations. This 
year will bring to the valley many visitors from the east and west, and 
transactions in realty promise to be lively enough to suit the most sanguine 
" boomer." 

"THE GARDEN OF THE SOUTHWEST," 

Is the name which has not been inaptly applied to this vale of beauty and 
productiveness. Columns might be filled descriptive of the many gifts 
which generous nature has showered upon it. There is no necessity for 
the writer to indulge in hyperbole or exaggeration. The plain facts speak 
louder than any highly painted picture. Only yesterday reclaimed from 
the desert, its fruitful fields, orchards and vineyards are already a glorious 
promise of the future. When its hundreds of thousands of untilled acres 
will smile beneath their burdens of the fruits of every clime ; when hand- 
some houses with their wealth, shrubbery and flowers shall adorn the land- 
scape ; when the air with its musical feathered songsters and heavy with 
odors as delicious as those from the isles of the eastern seas, and when over 
all are the skies of a cloudless clime, then indeed may the visitor exclaim 
" if there be an elysium on earth, it is this, it is this. " 

DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in Hats. 



H. WOHLER & CO., 

Dealers in all kinds of 

II I H Hill i 

nff Itnnrts 

w wiW 

UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING 







A. P. PETIT, 

Architect and Practical Builder, 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE : 

Cor. Madison and Papago Sts., Phoenix, Arizona. 



and Specifications, with Estimates of Building of any class furnished at 
shortest notice. Will superintend the construction of building on moderate terms, with strict 
attention. 



0. J. THIBODO, M. D. 







AND- 



AND DEALER IN 



Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, 
Perfumery, Brushes, Kte. 



CITY OF PHCENIX. 



MUNICIPAL DIRECTORY. 

De Forest Porter Mayor 

John R. Loosley.\ /1st Ward 

Sam'l Franklin.. I 2d Ward 

/-. TT T> ^ i yCouncilmen 1 , , XT , 

Geo. H. Rothrock j j 3d Ward 

Lincoln Fowler . . j ^4th Ward 

Frank Baxter Recorder 

A. Leonard Meyer Treasurer 

Frank D. Wells Marshal 

A. C. Baker Attorney 

Dr. T. D. McGlasson Health Officer 

Andrew Barry Engineer 

Jas. M. Creighton Architect 

Henry Garfias Zanjero 



PHCENIX FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

F. M. Czarnowski Chief Engineer 

Frank D. Wells Assistant Chief Engineer 



PHCENIX ENGINE Co. No. 1. 

W. J. Carrier Foreman 

W. F. Schaller 1st Assistant Foreman 

T. L. Davenport 2d Assistant Foreman 

John Beck Secretary 

E. J. Bennitt . , . Treasurer 



PIONEER HOSE Co. No. 1. 

W. H. Levins Foreman 

A. E. Hinton 1st Assistant Foreman 

Wm. Black . . . 2d Assistant Foreman 



YUCATEC HOSE Co. No. 2. 

C. Ceschetti Foreman 

Fernando Serrano 1st Assistant Foreman 

W. Scott. . . .2d Assistant Foreman 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in DRY GOODS. 



GEO. PRICE, 

The Leading Tobacconist. 

Go to Geo. Price's for FINE CIGARS, 

NEXT DOOR TO VALLEY BANK, PHCENIX. 



M. JACOBS. H. GOODMAN. 

M. JACOBS & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 




WILL. j. CURET 

PRACTICAL 

Watchmaker and Jeweler, 

- DEALER IN FINK - 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. 

A Full Line of FINE SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES. Fine WATCH 
REPAIRING a Specialty. All Work Warranted. 

Washington Street, Near Post Office, Phoenix, Arizona. 

'. QL 




FASHIONABLE 

Milliner and Dressmaker. 

Carries a Full Stock of Millinery Goods. 

Washington Street, Two Doors East of Maricopa Street, 
PHCEIVIX, 



10 PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



AZTEC HOOK AND LADDER Co. No. 1. 

J. L. Grant Foreman 

T. L. Schultz 1st Assistant Foreman 

M. B. Fleishman ... . . 2d Assistant Foreman 



FEDERAL AND COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Hon. W. W. Porter District Judge 

J. Elliott Walker Clerk 

J. W. Crenshaw Court Commissioner 

Frank Cox District Attorney 

. Deputy U. S. Attorney 

W. M. Breakenridge Deputy U. S. Marshal 

Joseph Campbell Probate Judge 

A. J. Halbert Sheriff 

Geo. F. Kemper Treasurer 

Henry L. Wharton Recorder 

Jno. B. Montgomery ^ 

H. H. Linville > Supervisors 

N. Petersen j 

J. L. B. Alexander Clerk Board of Supervisors 

Jas. Richards Justice of the Peace, Phoenix Precinct 

W. T. Woods Justice of the Peace, Phoenix Precinct 

Wm. Blankenship Constable, Phoenix Precinct 

H. C. McDonald Constable, Phoenix Precinct 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS TERRITORIAL INSANE ASYLUM. 

E. H. Hiller Chairman 

Emil Ganz 

(Vacancy) 

J. L. B. Alexander Clerk 

Dr. O. L. Mahoney Superintendent 



ARIZONA INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION ASSOCIATION. 

T. J. Trask President 

Valley Bank Treasurer 

J . McMillan Secretary 

DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in Boots and Shoes. 







Arctic Ice Works 



AND 



COLD STORAGE ROOMS. 



Works, Near M. & P. R. R. DEPOT. 



Ice Made from Distilled and Filtered Water. 

For Terms for Storage and Ice Contracts, 

APPLY TO 




Proprietor and Manager Arctic Ice Works, 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



12 PIKENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

MARICOPA COUNTY IMMIGRATION UNION. 

T. J. Trask President 

Valley Bank Treasurer 

T. E. Farish . . . . Secretary 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

Arizona Chapter No. 1, R. A. M. Stated convocation on second Tues- 
day each month. F. A. Shaw, H. P.; J. B. Creamer, Secretary. 

Arizona Lodge No. 2, F. & A. M. Stated meetings on lirst Tuesday 
each month. J. Y. T. Smith, W. M.; J. B. Creamer, Secretary. 

Alsap Chapter No. 3, O. E. S. Stated meetings second and fourth 
Wednesdays each month. Mrs. A. M. Morford, W. M.; J. Y. T. Smith, 
Secretary. 



A. O. U. W. 

Endymion Legion No. 5, A. O. U. W. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday each month. Joseph Campbell, Commander, J. L. B. Alex- 
ander, Secretary. 

Phoenix Lodge No. 5, A. O. U. W.* Meets first and third Wednesday 
of each month. I). H. Recarte, M. W.; Joseph Campbell, Recorder. 



I. O. O. F. 

Canton Arizona No. 1, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F. Meets third 
Tuesday evening each month. P. K. Hickey, Commandant ; D. A. Reed, 
Clerk. 

Floral Encampment No. 2, I. O. O. F. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
day evenings each month. P. K. Hickey, C. P.; D. A. Reed, Scribe. 

Phoenix Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F, Meets every Saturday evening. 
Robert Kern, N. G.; D. A. Reed, Secretary. 

Arizona Degree Lodge No. 2, Daughters of Rebekah. Meets second 
and fourth Thursday evenings each month. Mrs. A. Schwartz, N. G.; 
C. S. Scott, Secretary. 



DILLON & KENEALY, One Price Square Dealers. 



AEIZONA 

leal Estate and 




(! W. BfGALLS & CO. 
Opera House, - - Phoenix, Arizona. 



Real Bsfeate Bug]?b and 



Particular attention given to the sale of Country Property, including 
Stock Ranges and lands suitable for colonization. Mines reported upon 
and assessment work of non-residents attended to. Catalogues of prop- 
erties furnished on application. Abstracts furnished and loans nego- 
tiated. Largest collection of Pre-historic Indian Curiosities and many 
specimens of Arizona mineral and other productions, on exhibition at our 
office, which strangers are invited to examine. 




Directly North of Phoenix, On Arizona Canal. 

Orange Trees and Apricots a Specialty. 

ORCHARDS and VINEYARDS 

Planted toy Contract or Ottoerwise. 



Mr. TURNER is an experienced nurseryman and orchardist, and 
only reliable trees are sent out. Also a large stock of PALMS, 
PEPPERS, TEXAS UMBRELLA TREES, ASH and other orna- 
mental trees and shrubs. 



14 I'IKKMX JirsINKSS DIKKCTORY. 



I. 0. G. T. 

Garden Valley Lodge No. 1, I. O. (1. T. Meets every Monday evening. 
T. L. Schultz, C. T.; W. T. Woods, Jr., Secretary. 



G. A. R. 

John W. Owen Post No. 83, G. A. R. Meets in Masonic Hall on first 
Wednesday of every month. J. B. Creamer, P. C.; Allen T. Bird, Adj. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Phoenix Lodge No. 2. Meets on the first and third Fridays of each 
month in Pythian Hall. Webster Street, C. C.; J. A. Agard, K. of R. 



O. C. F. 

Phcenix Council No. 1. Meets first and third Thursdays of each month 
at Pythian Hall. Mrs. E. A. Ingalls, C. C.; Withrop Sears, Secretary. 



U. O. OF H. 

Cactus Lodge No. 137. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each month. 
J. E. W barton, President ; E. Irvine, Secretary. 



PHCENIX TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 237. 

Meets first Sunday in each month. Curt. W. Miller, President; J. E 
Bland, Secretary. 



P. O. S. OF A. 

Washington Camp No. 2. Meets every Thursday night in Masonic 
Hall. Robert Kern, President ; L. H. Chalmers, Secretary. 



DILLON & KENEALY, Sole Agents for Jas. Mean's S3 Shoes. 




BOB KERN, 



Proprietor 



Enlarged and Improved. 

New Furniture for the Year 1888 




I shall pay special attention to the Dining Room, 
and all guests may depend on satisfactory attention, 
and a CUISINE that will embrace all delicacies obtain- 
able. 



NEATNESS, 

PROMPTNESS, 

ATTENTION. 

Washington Street, 



CLASSIFIED 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

CITY OF PHCENIX. 



Accountants 

Hickey, P K 
Reed, D A 
Neustadter, I 
Moore, Chas H 

Amusements Places of 
Patton Opera House 
Garden City Theatre 
Roller Skating Rink 

Apothecaries (see Druggists) 
Architects 

Creighton, J M 
McGinnis, W A 
Petit, A P 

Artists' Materials 

Catton Brothers 
Woods, W T, Jr 

Attorneys at Law 

Alexander, H N 
Baker & Campbell 
Chalmers, L H 
Churchill, Clark 
Cox, Frank I 
Cox, Ivy H 
Crenshaw, J W 
Edwards, E J 

Ford, J B [rich 

Goodrich, Smith, Street & Good- 
Hancock, Wm A 
Lemon & McCabe 
Lighthizer, H B 
Millay & Hine 
Perley, Peleg S 
Pinney, D H 
Porter & Baxter 
Wallace, D H 



Auctioneers 

Blankenship, J W 
Mauk, G W 

Bakeries 

French Bakery 
Phoenix Bakery 
Vienna Bakery 

Banks 

Hartford Banking Co 
National Bank of Arizona 
Valley Bank, The 

Barbers 

Cota, Francisco 
Lohman, E 
Luhrs, J C H 
McMurray, H E 
Shumaker, H 
Romero, Lazaro 

Baths 

Lohman, E 
Shumaker, H 
Swimming Bath 

Bill Posters 

Levins, Wm H 
Mills, J H 

Billiard Saloons 

Commercial Hotel 
Ceschetti & Bersanti 
Luke & Johnson 

Blacksmiths 

Blake, W H 
Burger, Jno H 
Carrier, W J & Co 



DILLON & KENEALY, Emporium for FINE SHOES, 



L. H. GOODRICH, 
IR/IESIIDEIfcTT IDIElsrTIST, 

OFFICE : 

Center Street, Opposite Goldman's, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. 

L. H. CHALMERS, 

Attorney-at-Law, 

Rooms 7 and 9, Thibodo Building, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

Pioneer Wine Vaults 



AND 



SAMPLE ROOMS. 



The Only Reliable House at which to get Pure Wines and 
Liquors for Family and Medicinal Purposes. 

PORTER BUILDING, 

Center and Washington Sts.. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. 



J. M. MONTANO, - - Proprietor. 

OTIS ANDREWS & CO., 



Wholesale and Retail 



G 



Packing and Shipping Salt River Valley Fruits and 
Produce A SPECIALTY. 

KEEN GROCERIES, TOBACCO, FISH, GAME, ETC. 



0- K. FRUIT STORE, 

STREET, F'noenix, Arizona. 

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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Gardiner, J J & Co 
Hulbert, W P 
Nichols & Murray 
McCarthy, James H 
Orozco & Vasquez 

Boarding: Houses 

Harriman, Mrs J 
Knapp, Mrs C H 
Philes, Mrs C E 
Whitesides, Mrs R 

Booksellers (see News Depots) 

Bowling Alleys 

Brix, Peter 

Breweries 

Arcade Brewery 

Brick Manufacturers 

Foushee, A S 
Cox, M B 
Marsh, J H A 

Builders (see Carpenters and Builders) 

Butchers 

Amando, Manuel 
Balsz & Co 
Johnson, W M 
Kelly & Marlow 
Murray, D L & Co 

Canal Companies 

Arizona Canal Co 
Buckeye Canal Co 
Grand Canal Co 
Highland Canal Co 
Maricopa Canal Co 
Salt River Valley Canal Co 

Candy Manufacturers 

Thomas, E W 

Carriage and Wagon Makers 

Moss, F B 
McDonald, A 
Nichols & Murray 

Carriage and Wagon 
Repositories 

Kemp, H E & Co 
Goldman & Co 



Carpenters and Builders 

Bond & Hayden 
Bury, C H 
Byers, J S & Son 
Creighton, J M 
Gardiner, J J & Co 
Harriman, J 
Hershey, E S 
Mills, C W 
Patton, S E 
Schriver, J M 
Bridgeman, E E 
Duhring, C 
Collier, W C 
Thomas, J H 

Chinese Stores 

See Yuen 
Sam Wo Chung 
Woh Lung & Co 
Lem Quee 
Hang Hong 

Cigars and Tobacco 

Hardy, Alex 
Price, Geo 
Seelig, T H 

Civil Engineers 

Barry, A 

Breakenridge, Wm M 
Davidson, S A 
Hine, T W 
Patrick, H R 
Trott, F P 

Clergymen 

Cooper, E K (Baptist) 
Fulton, S D (Presbyterian) 
Jouvencean, F (Catholic) 
McMullen, Thos H (Christian) 
Norton, N F (ME) 
Pearson, R W (Episcopalian) 
Wright, C C (ME South) 

Clothing(see Dry Goods) 

Commission Merchants 

Reynolds, J S 

Commissioners of Deeds 

Farish, T E 



DILLON & KENEALY, Ladies' Fine French Shoes at $3.50. 



HENRY E. KEMP & CO 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA, 





Agricultural Implements 

BY THE CARLOAD. 



AGENTS FOR 

Columbus Buggies, 

Bain Farm Wagons, 

Racine Wagons and Carriages, 
John Deere Plows, 

Acme Harrows and 

MeCormiek Mowers. 



WE HAVE PURCHASED THE STOCK OF THE 



CO. 



And are Making Large Additions. 



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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Contractors 

Foushee, A S 
Harmsen, B 
Myers, L W 

(See also Carpenters and Builders) 

(Copyists 

Barbey, L E 
Morris, C H 
Neustadter, I 

Dentists 

Goodrich, L H 
Happy Hour Dental Co 
Small; K W 

Draymen 

Bewley, D S 
Burnett, James K 
Cable, W S 
Coyle, P H 
Green, Martin 
McKean, F J 

Dressmakers 

Blythe, Mrs E A 
Glassford, Miss M 

Drug-gists 

Eschman, C L & Co 
Thibodo, O J 

Dry Goods 

Dillon & Kenealy 
Ellis & Brown 
Goldman & Co 
Jacobs, M & Co 
Winters, E H & Co 

Employment Offices 

Gallardo, Antonio G 

Express 

Wells, Fargo & Co 

Fish Markets 

Andrews & Hattox 

Flour Mills 

Smith, J Y T 



Fruit Dealers 

Andrews, Otis & Co 
Dorris, R B 
Donofrio, C 
Micca, G 
Steinegger, Alex 
Thomas, E W 
(See. also Grocers) 

Furnishing 1 Goods 

Asher, A 
Loring, Geo E 
(See also Dry Goods) 

Furniture 

Schoenfeld & Heyman 
Wohler, H & Co* 

Gas and Electric Light Co's 

Phoenix Electric Light Co 
Phoenix Illuminating Gas and 
Electric Light Co 

Grocers 

Farley & Grant 
Goldberg, H 
Goldman & Co 
Jacobs, M & Co 
Jeffries, L H 
McNulty, W F 
Sweeney & Recarte 
Tauton v & Kellner 
Trask & Kays 
Whepley, W L 

Gunsmiths 

Spangenberg, G F 

Hackmen 

Marshall, Alex 

Hardware 

Coon, Burtis & Coon 
Goldman & Co 
Kemp, Henry E & Co 
Long, J B 
Fowler, C D 
Pesqueira, E 

Harness and Saddlery 

Andre, Robt G 
Tulburt, H L 



DILLOM & KENEALY, Leaders in CLOTHING. 




ICE FACTORY. 



S. D. LOUNT, Proprietor. 



COR. FINAL & WASHINGTON STS., 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



MARECOPA 

oan and trust 




MONEY LOANED 

On Real and Personal Security, long or short time, 

as desired. 



Correspondents and Eastern Agents : Northern Banking Co,, Portland, Me, 



JOSEPH W. SPAULDING, President, Portland, Me. 

JERRY MISLAY, General Manager, Phoenix, Arizona. 

MILFORD E. SPAULDING, Cashier, - Phcenix, Arizona. 



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PHOSNIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hatters 

Loring, Geo E 
(See also Dry Goods) 

Horse Slioers (see Blacksmiths) 

Hospitals 

Maricopa Co Hospital 
Terr Asylum for the Insane 

Hotels ami Lodging 1 Houses 

Brown House 
Commercial Hotel 
Lemon Hotel 
Phoenix Hotel 
Gregory House 
Gilbert Lodging House 
Harriman Lodging House 

Ice Factories 

Lount, S D & Son 
Minor, P 

Insurance Agents 

Bennitt, E J 
Hickey Bros 
Fickas & Farish 
Finch, J H 
Kales, M W 

Interpreters 

Barbey, L E (French) 
Holland, Jos (Chinese) 
Gallardo, A G (Spanish) 
Righetti, J P (Italian) [copa 

Morgan, Henry (Pima and Mari- 

Japanese Bazaars 

Lem Que 
Hang Hong 

Jewelers 

Curry, W J 
Humphrey, R J 
Joyeau, Victor 
Nilson, P F 

Laundries 

Phoenix Steam Laundry 

Laundries Chinese 
Wing Lee 
Wan Sing 
Quong Lee 



Gee Hop 
Sing Lee 
Sam Wing 
Chung Hing 
Fang Sang 
Wing Hi 
Quong Woh 

Lawyers (see Attorneys at Law) 

Libraries 

Phcenix Library Association 
W C T U Library 

Liquor Dealers, Wholesale 
Goldman & Co 
R Ruben, Son & Co 
Ganz, E 
Montano, J M 

Liquor Dealers, Retail 
Barnard, Geo W 
Brix, Peter 
Ceschetti & Bersanti 
Daneri, Estefano 
Ganz, E 

Jensen, J H W 
Kern, Robt 
Loosley, J R 
Luke & Johnson 
Luke, John 
Montano, J M 
McNamara J M 
Martini, J 
Pimm & Butler 
Pawley, James 
Righetti, James 
Sanders, M M 
Short, O A 
Thalheimer, J 

Livery Stables 

Herrick & Luhrs 
Fuqua, Frank 
Grant, J L 
Gibson, J M 
McCann, W S 
Ward, J L & Sons 

Locksmiths 

Byers, J S 
Spangenberg, G F 



DULL ON & KENEALY, Leaders in Hats. 



PHCENIX BAKERY, 

Confectionery and lee Cream 

-rz^r z$s-z$s-z$x-z$s; z$5"/$s ^^z^r T$S-Z$S-Z$S- 

| PARLORS, 

Sfc-xflz rz_^7.^z_s? sz ^z-s^r-jto .xOz_s$z_rflz_ 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Candies and all Muds of Confectionery, 



CARRY A FULL LINE OF 

NUTS, FRESH FRUITS, BREAD, ROLLS, BUNS, 
All hinds of Pies, which are baked and 
delivered free, daily, to all 
parts of the City. 

WE ALSO CARRY THE 

Choicest Brands of Cigars, Smoking & Chewing Tobacco. 

PORTER BUILDING, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

LEWIS & HERLICK, Proprietors. 

E. PESQUEIRA, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES, TINWARE, GRANITE 

And Agate Ironware, Etc., Etc. 

Roofing and Gas Fitting receives our special and careful attention. 
Driven Wells a Specialty, 



East Side of Capital Plaza, - Phoenix, Arizona. 



I 

AND DEALER IN 

FRESH FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

ICE CREAM, SODA WATER & FRESH OYSTERS 

IN THEIR. SEASON. 

Washington Street, opposite City Hall, 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



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Lumber Yards 


Notaries Public 


Blinn, L W & Co 


Baxter, Frank 


Gregory, J M 


Cox, Frank 


Ryder, H W 


Chalmers, L H 




Fickas, B A 


Lunch Counters 


Fowler, L 


Butler, Ben 


Franklin, A M 


Schlessinger, S V 


Fulwiler, W D 




Gallardo, A G 


Meat Markets (see Butchers) 


Hickev, Jno J 


Miscellaneous Corporations 

(Not otherwise classified) 

Arizona Improvement Co 
Phoenix Street Railway Co 
Phoenix City Water Works Co 
Maricopa Co Immigration Union 


Hoadfev, Geo W 
Hickev^ P K 
Hirschield, G H 
Hancock, Wm A 
Ingalls, G W 
Martin, Geo T 

Pf>rlp\7 P <3 


Maricopa Loan & Trust Co 
Arizona Indust'l Exposit'n Assc'n 
Maricopa Brownstone Quarry Co 
Maricopa Vineyard Co 
Valley Abstract Co 


i enev, i io 
Reed," D A 
Utley, A A 
Walker, J W 
Wallace, D H 


Milk Dealers 


Nurseries 


Hurley, C C 
Kellogg, Wm 
Montgomery, J B 


Garden City Nursery, 
Devereux, F B, prop 
Phoenix Nursery, 
Farrington, R E, prop 


Milliners 


Paradise Nursery, Turner, D, prop 


Blythe, Mrs E A 


Collier's Nursery,Collier, W C, agt 


Curtis, Mrs N J 






Oyster Saloons 


Mineral Water 


Thomas, E W 


Josselyn & Smyley 


Steinegger, A 


Mining- Companies 


Painters 


Phoenix Mining Co 


Fritz, the Painter 


Union Mining Co [M & M Co 


Rixen, Henry 


Trinidad and Castle Creek 


Sears, Winthrop 


Clarence Ruby Gold M & M Co 


White, Jno Q 


Music Teachers 


Photographers 


Shook, Prof L B 


Catton, C W 


Schulenburg, Prof Ad 


Rothrock, G H 


News Depots 


Physicians 


Catton Bros 


Pourquie, L 


Woods, W T, Jr 


Hong Kong, ( Chinese ) 




Hughes & McGlasson 


Newspapers 


Ingalls, Mrs E A 


Arizona Gazette (daily & weekly) 


Lightburne, R E 


Arizonan, The (daily & weekly) 


McDougall, E 


Phoenix Herald (daily & weekly) 


Osborne, R T 


Phoenix Weekly Advance Rosson, R L 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in DRY GOODS. 



L. W. BLINN 




L. W. BLINN, General Manager, 
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE, - 



- Tombstone, Arizona. 
4 California Street. 



* -LUMBER-*- 

Fancy and Plain Doors, 
Sash, Blinds, 



Lime, Hair, 

Cement, Plaster, 
Laths, 

Wood Ornaments, 

And Gut and Embossed Fancy Glass. 





OKKICE, 

Cor, Montezuma and Adams Sts. 



Yards, on Tonto St., 

NEAR M, & P, R, R, DEPOT. 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stern, L 
Thibodo, O J 
Wharton, J E 
Mahoney, O L 
Mahoney, Mrs Virginia 

Piano Dealers 

Kedeuil, A 
Shook, L B 

Planing Mills 

Gardiner, J J & Co 

Plasterers 

Atkinson, J P 
Harmsen, B 
Evans, Henry 

Printing Offices (see Newspapers) 

Produce and Vegetables 

C See Grocers.) 

Railroads 

Maricopa & Phoenix R E 
Phoenix Street Railway Co 

K. B. Ticket Brokers 

Goldberg, Aaron 
Price, George 
Seelig, T H 

Real Estate Dealers 

Arizona Land & Reclamation Co 

Bird, Allen T 

Collins, M E 

Evans, J W 

Fowler Bros 

Franklin & Thomas 

Hickey Bros 

Hancock, Win A 

Holmes & Hewins 

Irvine, E 

Jackman, S H 

Johnstone, C W 

Logan & Allen 

Perkins & Walker 

Phoenix Land Investment Co 

Porter & Baxter 

Real Estate & Mining Exchange 

Symonds & Bird 

Wallace, D H 

Schultz & Franklin 



Restaurants 

Boss Restaurant 
Cabinet Restaurant 
Garden City Restaurant 
Grand Central Restaurant 
Chung Ty Restaurant 
Star Restaurant 
French Restaurant 
Capitol Restaurant 

Second-hand Store 

Dorris Bros 

Sewing Machine Agencies 

Dillard, P F 
Lewis, Q A 

Shoemakers 

Moreno, A 
Pfeiffer, Geo A 
Sanchez, A 

Stables (see Livery Stables) 

Stage Lines 

Arizona Stage Co 

Tempe & McDowell Stage Line 

Stationers (see News Depots) 

Steamship Agencies 

Meyer, A Leonard 

Stenographers 

Pinney, W L 
Rosenberg, G A 

Stoves aiul Tinware (see Hardware) 
Surveyors (see Ciml Engineers) 

Tailors 

Eisenbardt, F 
Landgraf, Geo 
Martinez, Victoriano 
Merchant Tailor Agency, 

H S Bridge & Co 

Teachers Public and Private 
Schools 

Baker, Miss M 
Bury, Mrs C H 
Davis, Mrs W A 
Dalton, ProfT A 
Dole, Miss Julia 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in Boots & Shoes. 



Washington Street, near Hartford Bank, - Pho3iiix, Arizona, 

WHOLESALE DEALER AND JOBBER IN 




SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 



Anthoney & Kulin's Brewery 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 
HUGHES & McGLASSON. 

H. A. HUGHES, M. D. Surgeon and Oculist. 

T. D. McGLASSON, M. D. - Diseases of the Nasal Passages and Chest a Specialty. 

Office at Gregory House f Pluvnix, Arizona. 



Mrs. E. A. INGALLS, M. D. 

Obstetrics and Diseases of the Womb 



PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

PHOENIX NUESEEIES, 

R. E. FARRINGTON, Proprietor. 



ALL KINDS OF 




i! and Ornamental 

ROSES, SHRUBS, ETC. 




CATALOGUE MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION. 



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Fulton, Mrs A A 
Fry, Miss Lillian 
Kelly, Miss Ada 
Kelly, Miss Addie 
Lynch, Miss M 
McDermott, Miss Letitia 
Sweeney, Mrs J J 
Warren, Miss Edna V 

Telegraph Companies 

U S Military Tel 
Arizona Telegraph Co 



Tobacconists (see Cigars and Tobacco) 

Undertakers 

Bacon, J A 
Gregory, J M 
' Ryder, H W 
Wohler, H & Co 

Veterinary Surgeons 

Chandler, A J 
Keefer, Geo H 

Watchmakers (see Jewelers] 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC Co. 



(PACIFIC SYSTEM.) 



TICKET RATES BE 

AKD STATIONS NAMED BELOW. 



Children under twelve years of age, half Fare. Children under five 

years of age, free. 



To obtain Rates from Phoenix, add $3.00 to Rates from Maricopa. 



Stations. Unlimited 1st Class. 

San Franeueo 33 85 

Oakland, 16th St ..33 80 

West Berkeley 33 85 

Stege 33 85 

San Pablo 33 

Sobrante 33 

Pinole 33 

Vallejo Junction . . . 33 

Port Costa 33 

Martinez . . . 33 




Stations. 



Unlimited 1st Class. 2d Class 



Avon 33 60 25 00 

Cornwall 33 30 25 00 

Los Medanos 33 20 25 00 

Antioch 33 15 25 00 

Brentwood 32 90 25 00 

Byron 32 75 25 00 

Bethany 32 45 25 00 

Tracy 32 25 25 00 

Banta '....32 15 25 00 

Lathrop 31 85 25 00 



DILLON & KENEALY, One Price Square Dealers. 



FRANK COX, 



Special attention given to collections. District Attorney for Maricopa County. 



A. C. BAKER. JOE CAMPBELL. 

BAKER c3c CAMPBELL, 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 

Rooms 1 and 2, Thibodo Building, Phoenix, Arizona. 



STEAM FLOUR MILLS 

AND FAMILY GROCERY STORE, 

Cor. Montezuma and Jefferson Sts., - Phoenix, Arizona. 



JOHN Y. T. SMITH, Proprietor. 

F. O. Box 7Q. 



H. L. TTJLBTJRT, 

DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF 

SADDLES, HARNESS, 

AND 

Horse Furnishing Goods of all Descriptions. 




CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND REPAIRING 

NEATLY DONE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



SHOP, WASHINGTON STREET, NEAR HARTFORD BANK, 

PHOENIX, ARIZONA. 



Have served apprenticeship in all lines of my business and have worked 
in over twenty States and Territories. I am thoroughly posted in all 

t styles of Stock Saddles and Light and Heavy Harness. All my work 
is hand-made, and 



THE BEST OF LEATHER USED. 



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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



.Stations. 

Ripon 


Unlimited 1st Class. 

31 55 


2d Class. 
25 00 

25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
27 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 40 
25 65 
26 25 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 


Stations. Unlimited 
SaugilS 


1st Class. 2d Class. 

19 80 
20 50 
20 80 
21 05 
21 15 
21 30 
21 85 
22 05 
22 15 
19 80 
19 75 
19 45 
19 15 
19 10 
19 00 
18 85 
19 15 
19 20 
19 35 
18 85 
19 00 
19 15 
19 15 
19 30 
19 35 
19 45 
18 85 
19 00 
19 20 
19 35 
19 65 
19 80 
19 85 
18 85 
18 65 
18 60 
18 55 
18 50 
18 45 
18 25 
17 95 
17 85 
17 65 
17 55 
17 10 
17 00 
16 90 


Salida . 


31 45 


Fillmore . . . 


Alodesto 


.31 25 


Santa Paula 


Ceres 


31 15 


Saticoy 


Turlock . . 


30 85 


Conejo 


Delhi . 


. 30 70 


San Buenaventura . 
Carpinteria 


Livingston 
Atwater . . 


30 55 


30 35 


Monticeto 


Alerced 


30 15 


Santa Barbara . . . . 
Saugus 


Athlone . . 


29 85 


Minturn . . 


29 65 


Newhall 


Berenda . 


29 35 


Fernando 


Raymond - 


.31 35 


Burbank 


Berenda . . 


29 35 


Sepulveda 


Madera . . 


29 15 


Tropico 


Borden 


.29 05 


Los Angeles 


Sycamore 


28 80 


Ballona 


Fresno . . . 


. . ..28 50 


The Palms 


Malaera 


. ..28 35 


Santa Monica . 


Fowler . . . . 


28 20 


Los Angeles 


Selma . . . . 


28 05 


Florence 


Kingsburg 
Traver . . . . 


. . .27 90 


Lynwood 


27 70 


Compton 
Cerritos 


Goshen . . 


27 50 


Hanford 


. .27 85 


Wilmington 


Lemoore . 


28 10 


San Pedro 


Huron 


28 75 


Los Angeles. . 


Goshen . . . 


27 50 


Florence 
Downey 


Tulare . 


27 15 


Tokay 


.27 00 


Norwalk . 


Tipton 


26 85 


Anaheim 


Pixley 


. . 26 65 


Orange 


Alila 


26 50 


Santa Ana 


Delano . . . . 


26 25 


Los Angeles 


Sunnier . 


25 25 


Shorb 


Pampa 


.24 65 


Alhambra . 


Caliente . . 


24 35 


San Gabriel 


Keene . 


. . . .23 80 


Savanna 


Girard 


23 60 


jVlonte 


Tehachapi 
Cameron 


23 35 


Puente 


23 00 


Spadra 


Mojave . . . 
Lancaster 
Alpine . . 


22 55 
21 55 


Pomona . . . . . 


Ontario 


. . .21 10 


Cucamonga 


Southside . 
Lane . 


20 55 
20 25 


Colton 


Mound City 


Kent . 


20 15 


Brookside 









DILLON & KENEALY, Sole Agents for Jas. Mean's $3 Shoes. 



CAPITOL CIGAR STORE. 



T. H. SEELIG, 



DEALER IN FINE 



IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS 

SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC, 



RAILROAD TICKET BROKER. 



Railroad Tickets Bought, Sold and Exchanged, Every Ticket Sold 
by me is Guaranteed or the money returned. 



GOOT>RICH BLOCK, PHCENIX, A. T. 




FOWLER BROS. 

l Estate, 




FINE FRUIT LAPS A SPECIALTY. 

We can furnish Alfalfa Lands and Pasturage 

for Cattle. 



Correspondence with Stock Men Solicited. 



PROPRIETORS OF WEST FIELD FRUIT FARM. 



Office, next door to Hartford Bank, Plio?nix, Arizona. 



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PHOENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stations. Unlimited 1st Class. 2d Class. 

ElCasco 16 65 

San Gorgonio 16 40 

Banning 16 20 

Indio 14 05 

Yuma 8 10 

Gila City 7 40 

Adonde ". 6 60 

Tacna 6 10 

Mohawk Summit ... 5 30 

Texas Hill 4 95 

Aztec 4 30 

Stanwix 3 85 

Sentinel 3 60 

Painted Rock 2 90 

Gila Bend 2 15 

Bosque 1 65 



1 



20 
75 
25 
50 
05 
55 
00 
70 



Estrella 
Montezuma ....... 

Heaton .......... 

Sweet Water ...... 

Casa Grande ____ 1. 1 

Toltec ............ 1 

Picacho .......... 2 

Red Rock ........ 2 

Sandair .......... 3 20 

Rillito ........... 3 50 

Jaynes ........... 4 00 

Tucson ........... 4 35 

Wilmot .......... 4 65 

Papago ........... 5 05 

Pantano . . ........ 5 75 

Mescal ........... 6 20 

Benson ........... 6 65 

Ochoa ........... 7 

Dragoon Summit. . . 7 

Cachise .......... 8 



10 
60 
10 



Willcox .......... 8 65 

Bowie ............ 9 80 

San Simon ........ 10 60 

Steins Pass ........ 11 35 

Lordsburg ........ 12 30 

Lisbon ........... 12 85 

Separ ............ 13 30 

Deming .......... 15 30 

El Paso.. ,.19 65 



Stations. Unlimited 1st Class. 

San Francisco 33 85 

Oakland, Market St . 33 85 

East Oakland 33 85 

Fruit Vale 33 85 

Melrose 33 85 

San Leandro 33 85 

Lorenzo 33 85 

Haywards 33 85 

Decoto 33 75 

Niles 33 65 

Irvington 33 75 

Warm Springs .... 33 85 

Milpitas 33 85 

San Jose 33 85 

Niles 33 65 

Sunol '. 33 45 

Pleasanton 33 30 

Livermore 33 10 

Altamont 32 80 

Midway 32 55 

Tracy 32 25 

Lathrop 31 85 

Stockton 32 20 

Charleston . . . 32 



Milton 



45 
33 40 

80 



Peters ............ 32 

Farmington ....... 33 00 

Oakdale .......... 33 55 

Stockton .......... 32 20 

Lodi ............. 32 65 

Gait ............. 32 90 

Carbondale ....... 33 75 

lone ............. 34 00 

Gait ............. 32 90 

Elk Grove ........ 33 30 

Florin ........... 33 55 

Brighton ......... 33 65 

Sacramento ....... 33 85 

Antelope ......... 34 30 

Junction ......... 34 40 

Lincoln .......... 34 75 

Sheridan ......... 34 95 

Wheatland ....... 35 05 

Yuba ............ 35 40 

Marysville ........ 35 45 

Gridley ....... ..35 95 

Biggs ............ 36 05 



2d Class. 

25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
2500 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 

25 25 

26 20 
25 60 

25 80 

26 35 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 

25 85 

26 10 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 45 
25 55 

25 90 

26 10 
26 20 
26 55 

26 60 

27 10 
27 20 



DILLON & KENEALY, Emporium of FINE SHOES. 



H. W. ETDER, 

PHCENIX AND TEMPE, 

DEALER IN 









-AND- 



BUILDING MATERIAL, 

Mouldings, Pickets, 
Posts, Shingles, 
Shakes, Lath, 
Doors, Sash, 

Blinds, Lime, 
Hair, Plaster, 
Cement. 



9 

AND 



Builders' Hardware of every Description. 



ALSO TERKA COTTA CHIMNEY PIPE. 

HAY AND BARLEY. 

Am always pleased to show people my stock, even if they do 
not buy. Give us a call. 



South Side of Plaza, opp. City Hall, j BRANCH YARD, 

JEFFERSON STREET, ^ *' 



PHCENIX, - - ARIZONA. TEMPE, - ARIZONA. 

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34 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stations. Unlimited 1st Class. 

Nelson 36 35 

Durham 36 55 

Chico 36 75 

Nord 36 95 

Vina 37 00 

Tekama 37 00 

Red Bluff . ; . 37 35 

Cotton wood *. 37 85 

Anderson 38 05 

Redding ' 38 40 

Middle Creek 38 55 

Kennet 39 10 

Elraore 39 45 

Smithson 39 75 

Delta 39 95 

Gibson 40 25 

Castle Creek 40 70 

Lower Soda Springs . 40 80 

Dunsmuir 41 00 

Upper Soda Springs . 41 00 

McCloud 41 45 

Sisson. . . . 41 55 

Edgewood 42 25 

Montague 43 10 

Snowdon . .43 35 

Hornbrook 43 80 

Coles 44 15 

Junction 34 40 

Rocklin . .. , . .34 55 

Peuryn ...... ....34 70 

Newcastle 34 80 

Auburn 34 95 

Clipper Gap ...... 35 30 

Lander 35 75 

Colfax 35 90 

Cape Horn Mills. ..36 10 

Gold Run 36 40 

Dutch Flat 36 50 

Shady Run 36 85 

Blue Canon 37 10 

Emigrant Gap ..... 37 35 

Cisco 37 75 

Tamarack . . . 37 



Cascade . 



95 
.38 15 



Summit 38 45 

Truckee 39 15 

Boca . . . 39 55 



2d Class. 

27 50 

27 70 

27 90 ] 

28 10 
28 35 
28 35 I 

28 70 ! 

29 20 
29 40 I 
29 75 

29 90 

30 45 

30 80 

31 10 
31 30 

31 60 

32 05 
32 15 
32 35 
32 35 
32 80 

32 90 

33 60 

34 45 

34 70 

35 15 
35 50 
25 55 
25 70 
25 85 

25 95 

26 10 
26 45 

26 90 

27 05 
27 25 
27 55 

27 65 

28 00 
28 25 
28 50 

28 90 

29 10 
29 30 

29 60 

30 30 
30 70 



Stations. Unlimited 1st Class. 2d Class. 

Reno . .. 40 90 32 05 

Wadsworth . 42 60 33 75 

Oreana 46 30 37 45 

Humboldt 47 40 38 55 

Winnemucca 49 40 40 55 

Golconda 50 20 41 35 

Battle Mountain ... 52 40 43 55 

Beowawe 54 05 45 20 

Palisade 54 95 46 10 

Carlin 55 40 46 55 

Moleen ..56 00 47 10 

Elko 56 55 47 10 

Halleck 57 75 47 10 

Wells 59 40 47- 10 

Independence .... .60 15 47 10 

Toano . , 61 20 47 10 

Montello .62 00 47 10 

Tecoma 62 50 47 10 

Terrace 64 15 47 10 

Kelton 65 75 47 10 

Promontory 66 85 47 10 

Corinue 66 85 47 1 

Brigham 66 85 47 10 

Bormeville 66 85 47 10 

Ogden .66 85 47 10 

South Vallejo 34 00 25 15 

Napa Junction 34 25 25 40 

Cordelia 34 45 25 60 

Napa Junction 34 25 25 40 

Napa 34 50 25 65 

Yountville 34 75 25 90 

Oakville 34 85 26 00 

Rutherford ....... 34 90 26 05 

St. Helena 35 05 26 20 

Calistoga 35 30 26 45 

Port Costa 33 85 25 00 

Btnicia . ..33 95 25 10 



DILLON & KENEALY, Ladies' Fine French Shoes at $3.50. 



BLACK CANON ROAD, ONE-HALF MILE NORTH OF PHCENIX. 

~ 



Orange, Fig, Olive, Peach, Apricot, }4sh, Umbrella, 
Pepper and Catalpa Trees. 

FAN PALMS. 

Water Shares in Grand Canal for Rent. 



Address, F. B. DEVEREUX, Phoenix, Arizona, 




F. Balsz & Co. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

BUTCHERS, 

Montezuma Street, west of Plaza, 
PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



Buy the Choicest Reef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage, etc. 
Everything in the line is First-class and Fresh. 




ARCSDG 



AND 




N. E. COR. WASHINGTON AND MARICOPA STS. 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 





SIRED BY THE 

GREAT ALMONT, 

Will Make the Season at $3O. 

Two or more Mares owned by one 
person $25 each. 

Jan'ry 1st to August 1st. 
mil Pedigree Kurnished on application. 
J. T. SIMMS, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY, 

THROUGH RATES OF FARE. 

(SUBJECT TO CHANGE.) 



To obtain rates from Phoenix, add $3.00 to rates from Maricopa. 



_., , f . Unlimited. Limited. 

From Maricopa. lgt c , ass 2d Clags 

45 $59 00 

90 60 00 

20 46 70 

63 50 

56 95 



Baltimore, Md $81 

Binghampton, N. Y . 79 
Birmingham, Ala. . . 63 

Boston, Mass 85 85 

Buffalo, N. Y 75 20 

Burlington, la 61 85 

Cairo, 111 57 20 

Chattanooga, Tenn..64 30 

Chicago, 111 66 05 

Cincinnati, Ohio. . ..69 80 
Cleveland, Ohio.... 72 30 

Columbus, Ohio 71 30 

Council Bluffs, la... 59 65 

Dayton, Ohio 70 30 

Denver, Col 45 65 

Detroit, Mich 73 80 

Erie, Pa 73 50 

Evansville, Ind....64 80 

Fitchburg, Mass 89 60 

Fort Wayne, Ind . . . 69 50 
Fort Worth, Tex ... 38 10 

Galveston, Tex 46 00 

Harrisburg, Pa.... 82 20 

Houston, Tex 45 15 

Indianapolis, Ind ... 65 15 
Kansas City, Mo... 54 90 

London, Can 72 60 

Louisville, Ky 66 00 

Memphis, Tenn 54 75 



42 50 

49 00 

50 50 

54 45 

52 65 
39 75 
50 50 
30 00 

53 35 

55 85 
46 70 
63 75 
50 50 
35 00 
35 90 
59 00 
35 00 

35 00 

56 75 
49 25 
42 50 



From Maricopa. 



Unlimited. Limited. 

1st Class. 2d Class. 

Milwaukee, Wis. . .$65 00 $48 50 

Montreal, Can 84 35 62 50 

Nashville, Tenn.... 61 75 46 70 

New Orleans, La. . .57 10 42 50 

New York, N. Y ... 84 45 61 50 

Omaha, Neb 59 70 39 75 

Pacific Junction, la. 59 70 39 75 

Philadelphia, Pa. ..84 15 60 00 

Pittsburg, Pa 74 75 55 50 

Portland, Me 89 35 66 50 

Quebec, Can 86 20 63 85 

Quincy, 111 59 70 

Richmond, Va 86 50 61 60 

Rochester, N. Y .... 76 60 58 30 

Rock Island, 111.... 62 95 

Salamanca, N. Y. . .76 15 56 90 

Sandusky, Ohio. . . .73 30 53 00 

Springfield, 111 61 45 46 95 

Springfield, Mass... 84 15 62 50 

Springfield, Ohio. . .71 30 51 20 

St. Louis, Mo 59 45 

St. Joseph, Mo 55 75 37 05 

St. Paul, Minn 69 95 45 00 

Syracuse, N. Y 78 20 59 90 

Toledo, Ohio 71 30 52 20 

Washington, D. C. .81 45 59 00 

Wheeling, W. Va..73 00 55 75 

Youngstown, Ohio.. 75 20 56 25 

Zanesville, Ohio. . . .71 85 53 40 



Above rates apply via direct routes only. 

Ask agents for rates to other and intermediate destinations. 

Children under twelve (12) years of age, half fare. 

Children under five (5) years of age, free. 

150 Ibs. free baggage will be allowed per each whole ticket. 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in CLOTHING. 



TRASK & KAYS, 

Make a Specialty of First-class Family 



I 



I 

LAMPS AND GLASSWARE. 



Highest market price paid for Country Produce 

of all kinds. 

One Door above the Post-office, Phcenix. 



Also Breeders and Dealers in GALLOWAY CATTLE. Ranch, four 
miles Northwest of Phoenix. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



PHCEfflX NEWS DEPOT, 

W. T. WOODS, Jr., - PROPRIETOR, 

(Successor to E. G. Wheeler & Co.) 
DEALER IN 




'ftlanlr VnnlrQ 
, iJldili DUUJLo, 




, 

Magazines, Notions, Picture Frames, 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS, 
TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, ETC. 



Receives Subscriptions for all Eastern and Western Papers. 
Also receives orders for 

ROTHROCK'S VIEWS OF ARIZONA. 



38 PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



WELLS, FARGO & CO 



TS A NKTNfl. 



Capital, $6,250,000. 

JNO. J. VALENTINE , General Manager, San Francisco 

E. M. COOPER .... General Sup't, Western Department, San Francisco 
L. F. ROWELL ... Sup't, Southwestern Division, San Francisco 

A. LEONARD MEYER, Agent, Phmox, Arizona. 



(Over 1,900 Agencies throughout the United 
States and Mexico.) 



The business of Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, is to forward, by rapid 

conveyance, 

Merchandise, Packages, 
Parcels, Jev^elry, 
Gold, Silver, 

Bank: Notes, Bonds, 

Valuable Papers, Etc., 

and to deliver the same promptly ; to make collections, with or without 
goods ; to fill orders, attend to commissions and to carry and deliver 
letters. 

The Company's lines extend throughout the Western States, from the 

^ACIFIC ^CEAN TO ;pHICAQO, >T. |>OUI AND J^EW K^LE^N^, 

where connections are made with responsible Express Companies for other 
points in the United States and Canada, throughout the Republic of 
Mexico, to Asiatic ports and to nearly all the principal Cities of Europe. 



WHO IS 

H. SHUMAKER ? 



Replying to the Question you just asked, 
we will quote from a local Newspaper. 



"He has without doubt the neatest Barber Shop in this country; it is supplied with sixMonaicu 
Chairs, made by E. Berminghaus, Cincinnati, Ohio. For beauty and comfort these chairs stand 
without an equal. Grand in construction, stately in appearance, ornamental in design, fine in 
finish, the leading chair of the nineteenth century. The mirror case standing in front of these 
chairs is thirty feet long; all the woodwork is black walnut, carved, veneered and engraved. The 
shelf is of pure Italian marble. The whole is fitted with French plate mirrors, 50 by 60 inches. A 
large plate glass mirror is placed over the wash stand and a magnificent dressing case ornaments 
one side of the room. 

" The wash stand and bathrooms are supplied with hot and cold clear water. The barber shop 
and bathrooms are illuminated by gas, giving the whole place a brilliant appearance, and, as we 
said before, making without exception, the finest and most complete barber shop and bathrooms in 
this country. Six men who thoroughly understand their business are continually employed to 
attend to the wants of patrons. Mr. Shumaker is too well known among our people to need any 
further mention; he is an old-time barber and an old Arizonian. Phoenix ought to be proud that 
she possesses a man of his stability and enterprise." 

ISAAC OROZCO. ADOLFO VASQUEZ. 



Wagon-making and Repairing a Specialty. 




All Kinds of Wagon and Iron Work Skillfully Executed. 

OROZCO & VASQUEZ, 

Cor. Cortez & Madison Sts., - PHCEKIX, ARIZONA. 



40 PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




IELLS, FARGO & 

MONEY ORDERS 



ARE THE 



Cheapest, Safest and Most Convenient Method 



-OF- 



TRANSMITTING MONEY, 



ABSOLUTE SAFETY FROM THEFT OR Loss 

is secured by this system, and the orders are safer for travelers and more 
convenient than money. 

No written application is required when purchasing these Orders, 

A RECKIRT IS GIVKN 

to the purchaser of these Money Orders. If an order should be lost, the 
money will be refunded without unnecessary delay. 

MERCHANTS, BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS, 

INSURANCE COMPANIES, PUBLISHERS, 

and all to whom money is remitted, will find the system greatly to their 
convenience, if they will in their advertisements and otherwise, request 
that funds be sent by Express Money Orders. 



For $ 5 and under .... 5 Cents. 

Over 5 to 10 8 " 

10 to 20. . ..10 



Over $20 to $30 12 Cents. 

" 30 to 40 15 " 

40 to 50. ..20 " 



Larger sums in proportion. 



LEMON HOTEL 

LIVERY. FEED IJI SjiLE STHBLES, 

J. L. CANT, Proprietor, 

Jefferson Street, - - Back of Lemon Hotel, 

PHCEIVIX, 



Teams sent to any part of the Territory with or without drivers. No extra charge for 
delivering rigs in town. DRUMMERS' PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 



jncDoweii 

STAGE LINE 

POMEROY BROS., - - Proprietors. 



Stages of the TEMPE & McDOWELL Stage Line leave 

TEMPE daily, Sundays excepted, on arrival of 

train from MARICOPA, for 

MESA CITY, JONESYILLE f Fort McDOWELL 

and Extras from MESA CITY to FLORENCE, FINAL and 
SILVER KING, when called for. 



LOW RA.TES and QUTOK TIME Guaranteed. 
R. A. DAVIS, Agent at Tempe. 

R T. OSBORNE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 

DISEASKS of the MIND and NECRVOUS SYSTEIS^I a Specialty. 



DE FOREST PORTER. FRANK BAXTER, Notary Public. 

PORTER & BAXTER, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

WASHINGTON STREET, - - - PHCENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA. 
Land, and Mining Laws a Specialty. 



42 PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



PURCHASING 



-AN] 



COMMISSION DEPARTMENT. 



TRADING, ETC,, BY EXPRESS, 



The object of this Department is to give the public the use of the vast facilities 
controlled by and within the reach of 

Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, 

for satisfying their most peculiar wants in the well-furnished markets of cities 

and towns. 

A Trial will convince any Person of its Great Advantages 

over the old-fashioned and inconsiderate practice of imposing upon friends and 
acquaintances, when traveling, all sorts of troublesome and unprofitable com- 
missions, or intrusting them to unknown and irresponsible parties. 



o Invasion of Local Mercantile Interests 

is made or contemplated by it; for it is more particularly designed to meet 
those cases of frequent occurrence when a particular article is wanted something 
that cannot possibly be had in the home market. The truth of this assertion will 
not be disputed if the expense of service and express charges, added to cost of 
purchase, are taken into account. In its legitimate province, the PURCHASING 
AND COMMISSION DEPARTMENT of this Company is not hurtful to any 
business interest, and those who have tried it business firms and private families 
understand well that it is 

A GREAT PUBLIC CONVENIENCE, 

and find many occasions to resort to it. Through their agents in every city, 
village or railway station of any importance, and the thousands of employees, 
scattered up and down the country within their own jurisdiction, and their 
correspondents and 

Business Connections in Large Cities, at Home and Abroad, 

and with other Express Companies, they certainly have the appliances at 
command for operating this peculiar branch of business in the most thorough 
and satisfactory manner. 



VARIETY STOCK FARM, 

6 Miles West of Phoenix, on the Yuma Road. 



Register, No. 1934. 



Forrest Clay, the celebrated Ken- 
tucky trotting horse, the only 
standard bred Stallion in the Ter- 
ritory, will make the season, begin- 
ning MARCH ist and ending 
JUNE ist, 1888, in PHCENIX the 
first four days of each week, and 
at VARIETY STOCK FARM the 
last three days of each week . 

TERMS $50.00 to insure. Se- 
cured note taken, payable at end 
of the season. 

A few standard bred stallion 
colts, from Forrest Clay, out of 
imported mares from Gen. W. T. 
Withers' Fairlawn Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky., for sale. 

All mares b6ingbred to Forrest Clay will be given pasture free during season. 





No. 65,285. 

The thoroughbred Durham Bull, 
from the Abe Reuick's Rose of Sharon 
tribe, is at the Variety Stock Farm. 
Service $10.00 per cow, a calf guaran- 
teed. Thoroughbred and graded bull 
calves for sale from this noted bull, 
which was purchased from W. W. 
Hamilton, of Lexington, Ky., and 
imported by Geo. T. Beckers. 



THOROUGHBRED 
Registered Berkshire and Poland 







Having purchased the entire band of thoroughbred Berkshire and Poland 
China Hogs, imported by G. W. F. Johnson, for the Calistoga Stock Farm, I 
will sell pigs in lots of three (one boar and two sows) for $25.00. The pedigree 
of all thoroughbred stock guaranteed. For further particulars inquire of or 
address, 

GEO. T. BJECKEHS, Phcenix, A. T. 



44 PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



PlIRCHASING^COMMISSION DEPARTMENT. 



TELEGRAPHIC ORDERS. 

Special telegraphic orders through the Company's agents will always 
receive prompt attention, the cost of telegram being prepaid by the party for 
whom it is sent. 



BAGGAGE CHECKS 

May be sent to this Department. Care should be taken to keep a memoran- 
dum of the numbers. They should be regularly way-billed, with charges prepaid. 



PAWNBROKERS' TICKETS 

Sent to redeem property, must be accompanied by the full amount due. Pawn- 
brokers as a rule, will not forward pledges C. O. D. 



SPECIAL COMMISSIONS. 

In connection with the Purchasing and Commission Department, proper 
attention will be given to the Recording of Deeds, and the Service of Legal 
Papers in any county where the Company have an agency, and to business con- 
nected with the various Departments at State and Territorial Capitals. The public 
should bear this fact in mind. 



The Funking and Commission Department 

is under the supervision of Mr. Aaron Stein, an experienced and conscientious 
gentleman, well and favorably known to the business community of San 
Francisco, and to the Express fraternity throughout the entire country, who 
will spare no pains to give prompt and entire satisfaction. All orders will be 
filled and returned as soon as possible. 




i ELLIS & BROWN, 

(Successors to GUSS ELLIS A CO.) 

Corner Washington and /(/fontezuma jStreets, 

riX, A. T. 



Leaders in Elegant! Stylish Goods. 



DIRECT IMPORTERS IN 



THE LATEST LIHE OF CLOTHING 

From the BEST Manufacturers in the UNITED STATES. 



ladies' and lents' furnishing loods, 

Ladies' WRAPS and GARMENTS of all kinds. 



The Mammoth Boot & Site Buns, 

And every article appertaining to a first-class store. 



GOODS DELIVERED in any part of the City FREE of CHARGE, 



Orders from the Country solicited and satisfaction guaranteed 



GOODS SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICES. 



46 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



; 
Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from 
to ALL offices in 

ARIZONA. 

Ash Fork 


Phcenix 

$11 2 
11 50 
4 25 
5 50 
5 25 
12 25 
1 75 
8 75 
4 75 
5 00 
4 50 . 
7 75 
4 75 
11 75 
5 25 
2 25 
12 75 
10 75 
12 25 
4 75 
10 '50 
1 00 
12 25 
5 25 
3 75 
10 75 
8 50 
17 75 
11 25 
6 00 
3 00 
50 
3 50 
6 25 
3 25 
5 00 
11 50 
12 25 
10 25 
4 75 

Phcenix 

$8 00 
8 00 
21 00 
8 00 


Alviso 


$ 8 00 


Amador 


10 50 


Anaheim. . . . 


7 50 


Antioch 


7 50 


Arcata 


10 25 


Bellemont 


Arroyo Grande 


13 25 


Benson 


Auburn ... 


8 50 


Bowie 


Bakersfield 


7 50 


Calabasas 


Banning 


7 00 


Cafion Diablo 
Casa Grande 


Barstow 


8 50 


Benicia 


8 10 


Clifton 


Berenda 


7 50 




Berkeley 


7 50 


Crittenden 


Bishop Creek 


15 00 


Dragoon 


Bloomfield 


. . . . 9 00 


Duncan . 


Blue Cafion ... 


9 50 


Fairbank 


Bodega 


9 10 


Flagstaff . . 


Bodie . . 


17 00 


Florence 


Borden 


7 50 


Gila Bend.. 


Butte City 


10 25 


;dv ^ ^ 
Globe 


Caliente 


7 50 


Hackberry 


Calistoga 


. ... 8 50 
14 75 


Holbrook . 


Cambria .... 


Huachuca 


Camp Taylor 


. . . . 8 25 


Kingman 


Castroville 


8 26 


IVtaricopa 


Carlsbad 


8 25 


Navaio Springs 


Cloverdale 


8 50 


Nogales . 


Colfax .... .... 


9 00 


Pantano ... .....,: 


Colton 


7 00 


Peach Springs 


Colusa 


9 10 


Final , 


Concord 


. ... 8 50 


Prescott 


Copperopolis 


9 75 


Prescott Junction 


Cordelia . . ... 


8 25 


San Simon 


Crescent City 


10 50 


Sentinel 


Cucamonga 


. 7 00 


Tempe 


Daggett . 


8 50 


Texas Hill 


Davis\ r ille 


8 10 


Tombstone 


Delano 


7 50 


Tucson ... . . -. 


Delta 


10 00 


Willcox 


Diamond Springs . . . . 


9 50 


AVilliams 


Dixon 


8 25 


\Vinslow 


Downey . . 


. . 7 50 


Yucca 


Downieville 


15 50 


Yuma 


Duncan Mills 


8 90 


Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from 
to following offices in 

CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda 


Dutch Flat 


9 25 


East Oakland 


7 50 


Elmira 


8 25 


Elsinore 


8 00 


Emigrant Gap 


9 50 




8 25 


Alma 


Eureka , . . 


9 75 


Alturas 


Farmington 


. . . . 8 00 


Alvarado . . . 


Felton 


8 50 









DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in Hats. 



Phoenix Daily Herald 



PHOENIX, AKIZONA. 



THE OLDEST, 

THE LARGEST, 

THE BEST, 

THE ONLY 

Paper in Central Arizona that 

Takes the Associated Press Dispatches. 



Larger Circulation than any other Paper in Arizona. 

It is read by more people than any other publication distributed in Arizona, 

and is therefore the 
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



Weekly, - $3. GO per year. \ Daily, $1O.OO per year. 

Inquire for Advertising Rates to 

N. A. MORFORD, Editor and Proprietor. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1880. DAILY AND WEEKLY. 




PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. 



Arizona Gazette Co,, Publishers, I C, W, Johnstone, Manager, 



Phoenix, being situated in one of the finest agricultural and grazing valleys in the Territory, 
is the only distributing point for supplies of all the mining country in Central and Northern 
Arizona; and as THE GAZETTE is taken in almost every family, mining camp and hamlet in this 
region, makes it one of the best advertising mediums in the Territory. 



Daily, One Year, $10,00, Weekly, One Year, $2,50, 



Advertising Rates given on Application, 



48 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Ferndale $11 75 

Firebaughs 11 00 

Folsom 8 00 

Fort Jones 14 00 

Fowler 7 50 

Freestone 8 75 

French Gulch 11 50 

Fresno 7 50 

Fulton 8 25 

Gait 7 50 

Gilroy 8 00 

Glen Ellen 8 40 

Glenwood 8 25 

Gold Run 9 25 

Goshen 7 50 

Grass Valley 9 50 

Grayson 9 25 

Gridley 8 50 

Gualala 12 50 

Guerneville 8 50 

Hanford 7 50 

Haywards 7 50 

Healdsburg 8 50 

Highland Springs 10 90 

Hildreth 9 75 

Hill's Ferry 9 25 

Hollister 8 25 

Howards 8 90 

Hueneme 10 00 

Huron 7 50 

Independence 16 00 

lone 8 00 

Iowa Hill 10 75 

Irvington 7 50 

Jackson 10 50 

Jamestown 12 25 

Keeler 16 00 

Kelseyville 11 25 

Kernville 12 50 

Kingsburg 7 50 

Knight's Landing 8 40 

Knoxville 11 50 

Lakeport 11 25 

Lamanda 7 50 

Lancaster 7 50 

La Porte 14 50 

Lathrop 7 50 

Lemoore 7 50 

Lincoln 8 25 

Livermore 7 50 

Lodi 7 50 

Lompoc 15 75 

Lone Pine. . . 16 00 



Los Alamos $13 75 

Los Angeles 7 00 

Los Banos 12 25 

Los Gatos 8 00 

Lower Lake 12 00 

Madera 7 50 

Madison 8 75 

Mariposa 12 50 

Martinez 7 50 

Marysville 8 25 

Mayfield 8 00 

Mendocino 15 00 

Menlo Park 8 00 

Merced 7 50 

Michigan Bar 9 50 

Millbrae 8 00 

Millville 11 00 

Milpitas 7 50 

Milton 8 00 

Modesto 7 50 

Mojave 7 50 

Monterey 8 50 

Mountain View 8 00 

Napa 8 10 

National City 8 25 

Needles 9 75 

Nevada 9 50 

Newark 8 00 

Newcastle 8 50 

Newhall 7 50 

Niles 7 50 

Nord 9 00 

Norwalk 7 50 

Oakdale 8 00 

Oakland 7 50 

Oceanside 8 25 

Olema 8 50 

Ontario 7 00 

Orange 7 50 

Oroville 8 75 

Pasadena 7 50 

Paso Robles 9 25 

Pescadero 11 25 

Petaluma 8 00 

Placerville 9 50 

Pleasanton 7 50 

Plymouth 10 50 

Point Arenas 13 50 

Pomona 7 00 

Port Costa 7 50 

Portersville 9 50 

Quincy 14 75 

Raymond 8 00 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in DRY GOODS. 



A. BAEEY, 

City Engineer and County Surveyor, 



H. N. ALEXANDER, 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 

Irvine Building, Washington Street, - - PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

Collins' Addition 



TO THE 



OF 



One-half mile east of Depot, with street railway in operation through Wash- 
ington Street. Rapidly improving and advancing in value. A splendid chance for 
investments. j w EVdAhHr8f Agent. 



C. J~. 




MAPS 




Phoenix Weekly Advance. 

ISAAC R. BIRT, Editor and Proprietor. 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF MARICOPA COUNTY. 

The Biggest Little Paper on the PACIFIC COAST. 



THRIVES : - - $3.OO 

4 



50 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Red Bluff $9 40 

Bedding 9 50 

Redwood City 8 00 

Rio Vista 8 25 

Riverside 725 

Rocklin 8 25 

Rohnerville 11 75 

Sacramento 7 50 

St. Helena 8 50 

Salinas 8 50 

San Andreas 10 00 

San Anselmo 8 10 

San Ardo 9 00 

San Bernardino 7 25 

San Buenaventura 9 00 

San Diego 8 25 

San Fernando 7 50 

San Francisco 7 50 

San Gabriel 7 00 

San Gorgoni . . . . 11 00 

San Jose 7 50 

San Juan 9 25 

San Leandro 7 50 

San Luis Obispo 12 75 

San Mateo 8 00 

San Miguel 9 00 

San Pablo 7 50 

San Pedro 7 50 

San Quentin 8 00 

San Rafael 8 00 

Santa Ana 7 50 

Santa Barbara 9 50 

Santa Clara 8 00 

Santa Cruz 8 25 

Santa Maria 13 50 

Santa Monica 7 50 

Santa Paula 8 50 

Santa Rosa 8 25 

Saucelito / 8 00 

Selma 7 50 

Shasta 10 25 

Sierra City 17 00 

Smartsville 10 00 

Soledad 8 75 

Sonoma 8 25 

Sonora 12 25 

Soquel 8 25 

Spadia 7 00 

Spanishtown 10 00 

Stockton 7 50 

Strawberry Valley 12 75 

Suisun 8 10 

Sumner . . 7 50 



Susanville $14 

Sutter Creek 10 

Sweetland 11 

Tahoe.. 11 



Tehachapi . 
Tehama . . . 
Teinecula . 
Templeton 

Tipton 

Tomales . . 



Yolo 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
25 
75 
25 
50 



8 50 

Tres Pinos 8 50 



Truckee ................... 10 

Tulare .................... 7 



25 

50 



Ukiah ..................... 12 00 

Upper Lake ................ 11 75 

Vacaville .................. 8 75 

Vallejo ..................... 8 00 

Vina ...................... 910 

Visalia .................... 8 00 

Watsonville ................ 8 25 

Weaverville ................ 13 50 

West Berkeley .............. 7 50 

West Oakland .............. 7 50 

Westport ................... 16 50 

Wheatland ............ ____ 8 25 

Williams ................... 8 75 

Willows ......... .......... 8 75 

Wilmington ................. 7 50 

Windsor ................... 825 

Winters .................... 8 75 

Woodland .................. 8 



25 
8 50 
00 



Yosemite .................. 16 

Yountville ................. 8 25 

Yreka .................... 12 50 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

COLORADO. 

Denver .................... $13 50 

Fort Morgan ............... 14 80 

Las Animas ................ 13 00 

La Junta .................. 13 00 

Longmont ................. 14 25 

Pueblo ....... ............. 12 50 

Trinidad ................... 12 50 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs. , from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

DAKOTA. 

Bismarck .................. $23 50 

Colfax.. . 19 90 



DILLON & KENEALY, Leaders in Boots and Shoes. 




I 



HOTEL, 

HERRICK & LUHRS, Proprietors. 




Leading Business and Family Hotel 



ITV 



Containing 100 Rooms. Business Center of City. 



Cor. Jefferson a 

Phoenix, = = < 



- - Arizona 



52 



PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Deadwood $24 00 

Elk Point 16 30 

Fargo 19 65 

Jamestown 23 50 

Montpelier 23 50 

Northwood 20 50 

Ordway 18 40 

Kapfd Gity 20 50 

Salein ... 1 20 65 

Sterling 23 50 

Vermillion 16 40 

Watertown 18 40 

Yankton 16 50 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from PJicenix 
to following offices in 

IDAHO. 

Albion $17 25 

Bellevue 17 25 

Blackfoot 15 50 

Boise City 18 25 

Caldwell 16 75 

Challis 23 50 

Eagle Rock 15 75 

Franklin 14 25 

Hailey 17 50 

Ketchum 17 75 

Lewiston 20 00 

Moscow 17 25 

Pocatillo 15 25 

Soda Springs 15 50 

Weiser 16 00 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

KANSAS. 

Arkansas City $13 50 

Atchison ". 13 50 

Burlingame 13 50 

Caldwell 13 50 

Carbondale 13 50 

Chanute 14 50 

Cherryvale 14 50 

Coffeyville 14 75 

Concordia 14 75 

Dodge City 13 25 

El Dorado". 13 50 

Emporia 13 50 

Eureka 13 50 

Fredona 14 75 

Garden City 13 25 



Great Bend $13 25 

Halstead 13 50 

Independence 14 50 

lola 14 50 

Lawrence 13 50 

Leavenworth 13 50 

Manhattan 1 3 50 

McPherson 13 50 

Newton 13 50 

Olathe 13 50 

Osage City 13 50 

Ottawa./. 13 90 

Princeton 14 25 

Richmond 14 25 

Sedgwick 13 50 

Strong City 13 50 

Topeka 13 50 

Valley Center 13 50 

Waverly 14 25 

Wichita 13 50 

Winfield 13 50 

Wyandotte 13 50 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phoenix 
to following points in 

MONTANA. 

Anaconda $18 50 

Billings 20 25 

Bozeman 19 75 

Butte 18 50 

Custer 20 50 

Deer Lodge 18 50 

Dillon 18 25 

Fort Keogh 21 00 

Garrison 18 75 

Helena 19 75 

Jefferson 19 00 

Marysville 20 25 

Miles City 21 00 

Missoula 18 50 

Trout Creek , . 17 50 

Virginia City 21 00 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

NEBRASKA. 

Ashland $15 00 

Auburn 14 50 

Beatrice 1475 

Bellevue 15 00 

Brownville 14 75 



DILLON & KENEALY, One Price Square Dealers. 




THOS. BROWN, Prop'r. 

Phoenix, - Arizona 



ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, 

Transient s i 1 1 < i 



This new house, situated on the corner of JEFFERSON 
and PIMA STREETS, is within one block of the City Hall 
and convenient to the Railroad Depot and business portion of 
the town. The rooms are commodious, light and airy and 
furnished throughout in an elegant and tasty manner, with all 
modern conveniences. 

First- Class Patronage Solicited. 



JAS. K. BURNETT, 

^^fe^ Expressman, 




WILL DELIVER 

TRUNKS, VALISES and Other BAGGAGE 

To all parts of town with care and promptness. Will also call 
for same to be delivered at all outgoing trains. 



Passengers Coming into Phoenix 

would save time by handing their checks to the Baggage Master on 
the train, with instructions to deliver their baggage to me; or, they 
will find me in charge of W., F. & Go's wagon at the Depot. 



Orders left at W., F. & Go's Office, in Phoenix, will receive Prompt Attention. 
JAS. K. BURNETT. 



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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Central City $15 25 

Columbus. " 15 25 

Crete 15 00 

Dakota 15 25 

David City 16 25 

Delvitt..." 14 75 

Dorchester 15 00 

Dunbar 14 75 

Endicott 14 75 

Exeter 15 00 

Fairmont '. 15 00 

Falls City 14 25 

Fremont 15 25 

Grand Island 15 25 

Harvard 15 25 

Hastings 15 00 

Inland 15 25 

Juniata 15 25 

Kearney 15 50 

Lincoln 14 75 

McCook 15 75 

Nebraska City 15 00 

Norfolk 15 75 

Omaha 15 00 

Plattsmouth 15 00 

Red Cloud 15 25 

Republican 15 50 

Seward 15 00 

South Bend 15 00 

Syracuse 15 00 

Tecumseh 14 50 

Unadilla 15 00 

Verdon 14 25 

Waverley 15 00 

West Point 16 00 

York 15 00 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phcenix 
to following offices in 

NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque $10 25 

Bernalillo 10 25 

Coolidge 11 75 

Deming 7 50 

Engle 8 50 

Gallup 11 75 

Georgetown 11 00 

Lake Valley 8 25 

Lamy 10 75 

Las Cruces 8 50 

Las Vegas 11 50 

Lordsburg 675 



Los Lunas $9 75 

Manuelito 12 00 

Nutt 800 

Rincon 825 

San Antonio 9 25 

San Marcial 9 00 

San Miguel 11 25 

Santa Fe 11 00 

Separ 7 00 

Silver City 8 50 

Socorro 9 25 

Stein's Pass 6 25 

Wallace.: 10 50 

Wingate 11 75 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phcenix 
to following offices in 

OREGON. 

Albany $11 75 

Ashland 10 50 

Astoria 1175 

Baker City 14 75 

Canyonville 12 50 

Corvallis 11 50 

Dallas 12 00 

Dalles (The) 12 25 

East Portland 11 25 

Empire City 9 00 

Eugene 12 00 

Hillsboro 11 50 

Jacksonville 11 75 

La Grande 14 50 

Marshfield 9 00 

Oakland 12 00 

Oregon City 11 50 

Pendleton ' 13 75 

Phoenix 10 75 

Portland 11 00 

Bosebury 11 75 

Salem 11 50 

Umatilla 13 25 

Union 14 50 

Weston 14 25 

Yaquina 11 75 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phcenix 
to following offices in 

TEXAS. 

Albany $11 75 

Austin 12 00 

Brenham.. 12 75 



DILLON & KENEALY, Sole. Agents for Jas. Mean's $3 Shoes. 



Stoves and Ranges 



TIN, COPPER, AGATE 



PUMPS, 

IRON PIPE 



' MANTELS, 



Bath Room Furnishings 



B%A Utf'jS ELECTRIC M UP 



Sherwood's Novelty Steel Harness. 




PHOENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bryan $13 00 

Calvert 12 75 

Cisco 10 50 

Corsicana 11 75 

Dallas 11 25 

Denison 11 50 

Eagle Pass 10 75 

El Paso 7 50 

Fort Worth 11 00 

Galveston 12 50 

Hearne 12 25 

Hempstead 13 00 

Houston 12 50 

Kaufman 11 75 

La Grange 12 00 

Luling 11 50 

Marfa 9 00 

Morgan 12 00 

Murphysville 9 25 

Piano' 12 25 

Bichmond 12 50 

Eosenberg 12 50 

San Antonio 11 25 

Sherman 11 50 

Spofford Junction 10 50 

Victoria 13 00 

Waco 11 75 

Wacahache 12 50 

Ysleta 8 00 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phoenix 
to following offices in 
UTAH. 

Corinne $13 00 

Frisco 17 25 

Kellton 13 00 

Logan 14 00 

Milford 17 00 

Nephi 15 00 

Ogden 13 00 

Park City 14 50 

Provo 14 00 

Salt Lake City 13 75 

St. George 27 00 

Silver Reef. 27 00 

Tintic 15 50 

Wahsatch 13 75 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phoenix 
to following offices in 
WASHINGTON TERR. 

Colfax $16 75 

Dayton 14 50 



Goldendale $15 00 

Kalama 11 50 

Palouse Junction 15 50 

Port Gamble 13 00 

Port Ludlow 13 00 

Port Townsend 13 00 

Seattle 12 50 

Spokane Falls 16 50 

Tacoma 12 00 

Vancouver 11 50 

Walla Walla 14 25 

Wallula Junction 14 25 

Yakima 16 00 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

WYOMING. 

Aspen $14 00 

Bryan 14 75 

Carbon 16 50 

Cheyenne 15 00 

Evanston 13 75 

Granger 14 50 

Green River 15 00 

Laramie 15 75 

Rawlings 16 25 

Rock Creek 16 25 

Express rates, per 100 Ibs., from Phoenix 
to following offices in 

MEXICO. 

Aguascalientes $17 50 

Celaya 17 50 

Chihuahua 11 00 

ElSalto 17 50 

Ensenada 9 25 

Fresnillo 17 25 

Guanajuato 17 50 

Guaymas 7 00 

Guadalajara 27 50 

Hermosillo 6 50 

Jimenez 12 50 

Jimulco 14 75 

Lagos 17 50 

Lerdo 14 00 

Magdalena 5 75 

Mapimi 14 00 

Matamoras 14 25 

Mazatlan , 9 00 

Mexico (City of) 17 50 

Orizaba.. . 20 75 



DILLON & KENEALY, Emporium for FINE SHOES. 



M. B. COX. 



BARNEY HARMSEN. 



COX & HAEMSEN, 

"^^tt ii-iii ^ "*&r ^S&S^jL^ff ~^ak ifaS-saa^BF '^f ^^ ^Sl *^^r ^'~ tn^SbWii *^TTL. 




PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



Will furnish Estimates for all kinds of Building Work, including 

Stone, Brick ^ Frame Buildings, Culverts^ Bridge Work, 



Have Extensive Brick Kilns near Town. 

Will Plaster, Cement and do any class of work performed by any Building 

Contractors. 




DIRECT LINE TO 



England, Frances Germany. 




Steamers Leave New York Thursdays and Saturdays. 

UNSURPASSED ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 



AX LOW RATES. 

Prepaid Tickets from European Points to Phoenix, Arizona, for sale at their 

Agency here. 

A. LEONARD MEYER, Agent. At Office of Wells, Fargo & Co. 



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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Paso del Norte $ 8 00 

Puebla 19 75 

Queretaro 17 50 

San Luis Potosi 27 50 

San Juan del Rio 17 50 

Santa Rosalia 12 00 

Silas 17 50 

Vera Cruz 22 00 

Zacatecas 17 50 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phoenix 
to the following 

Cities East of the Missouri Kiver. 

Baltimore, Md $17 00 

Binghampton, N. Y 18 00 

Birmingham, Ala 15 00 

Boston, Mass. 17 50 

Buffalo, N. Y 17 25 

Burlington, la 15 00 

Cairo, Ills 15 50 

Chattanooga, Tenn 17 50 

Chicago, Ills 15 50 

Cincinnati, Ohio 16 00 

Cleveland, Ohio 17 00 

Columbus, Ohio 16 50 

Council Bluffs, la 14 50 

Dayton, Ohio 16 25 

Detroit, Mich 16 50 

Erie, Pa , 1.7 50 

Evansville, Ind 15 75 

Fitchburg, Mass 17 50 

Fort Wayne, Ind 16 25 

Harrisburg, Pa 17 75 

Indianapolis, Ind 15 75 

Kansas City, Mo 13 00 

London, Can 17 25 

Louisville, Ky 16 00 

Memphis, Tenn 14 75 

Milwaukee, Wis 16 00 

Montreal, Can 18 50 

Nashville, Tenn. 16 50 

New Orleans, La 13 00 

New York, N. Y 17 50 

Philadelphia, Pa 17 25 

Pittsburg, Pa 16 75 

Portland, Me 17 75 

Quebec, Can 19 20 

Quincy, 111 14 50 

Richmond, Va 18 25 

Rochester, N. Y 17 50 

Rock Island, 111 15 00 

Salamanca, N. Y 17 75 



Sandusky, Ohio $17 25 

Springfield, 111 15 25 

Springfield, Mass 17 50 

Springfield, Ohio 16 25 

St. Louis, Mo 14 50 

St. Joseph, Mo 13 00 

St. Paul, Minn 16 50 

Syracuse, N. Y 17 50 

Toledo, Ohio 16 50 

Washington, D. C 17 00 

Wheeling, W. Va 16 75 

Youngstown, Ohio 17 25 

Zanesville, Ohio 16 75 

Express rates, per 100 lbs.,from Phoznix 
to following 



FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



50 



Austria $24 

Belgium 26 00 

Denmark 26 00 

England 24 50 

Finland 30 50 

France 27 50 

Germany 24 50 

Holland 26 00 

Ireland 24 50 

Italy 27 50 

Norway 26 00 

Poland 30 50 

Portugal 27 50' 

Russia 30 50 

Sweden 26 00 

Switzerland 26 50 

Turkey 29 50 



DILLON & KENEALY, Ladies' Fine French Shoes at $3.50 



LEMON HOTEL, 




E. M. MILLS, Proprietor, 




Leading Hotel of Arizona. 




CENTRALLY LOCATED, 

Sunny and well Ventilated, Noted for its Excellent Table, 

Street Cars pass the House every few minutes, 

Free ^ Bus from the Depot. 



The Patronage of Tourists, Business Men and 
Families Solicited. 

ARMY HEADQUARTERS. 



E. M:. MILLS, - - Manager. 



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PHCENIX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



TELEGRAPHIC TARIFFS 

FROM 



IXDCA.Iv RATES. 



10 Words. 



Each 

Additional 
Word. 



Tempe Ft. McDowell Whipple Bks. and Verde. .. 15c. and Ic. 

Maricopa 25 2 

Prescott, via Whipple Bks 40 3 

Gila Bend, Casa Grande, Sentinel and Texas Hill 50 4 

Tucson and Pantano 65 5 

STATE RATES. 

Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California 75 

Colorado, Utah, Nevada, West Texas and North Cala. 85 

British Columbia, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Wyo- 
ming, Nebraska, Oregon, East Texas, Washington 

Territory 1 00 7 

All other points on WESTERN UNION lines 1 25 9 



Where the Day rate is 



10 Words. 



65c 
75 
85 

1 00 
1 25 



Each 

Additional 
Word. 



and 5c 
5 
6 

7 
9 



Night is 



55 
65 
75 
90 
1 25 



and 4 
5 
5 
6 
9 



IT STILL LEADS! 




A strictly Local Newspaper, devoted to the 
Interests of Central Arizona. 



THE LARGEST CIRCULATION, 

THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



RATERS OR SUBSCRIPTION. 



DAILY Six Months, 
" One Year, 



$3 oo 
6 oo 



WEEKLY Six Months, 
One Year, 



Jtefe 1 



Address, CHAS. L. MORHER, - 

FHCE1MIX, ARIZONA. 



1 50 

2 50 



Manager, 




MONEY BROKER. 



City and Country Property Bought and Sold. 



Correspondence Solicited. 



Office, Irvine Block, - Phoenix, Arizona. 



GHLJIND CANAL GO. 




This new enterprise, now under construc- 
tion, will open up to settlement 25 sections, or 
16,000 acres, of the finest Fruit, Grape and 
Alfalfa Land to be found in the Salt River 
Valley. The soil is similar in character to that 
around Mesa City, a few miles west, which 
Hon. J. DeBarth Shorb pronounces "the only 
natural sherry district on this continent." 

The Canal now being built will be 22 miles 
inilength, 16 feet wide, and 2|- feet deep, with 
a carrying capacity of 6,000 inches of water. 




JAMES A. BAYARD, . J. F. MEADOR, 

President. Sec'y and Treasurer. 

AUSTIN CARRINGTON, 

Gen' I Manager. 




KELLY & MARLO W, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

BUTCHERS 

IRVINE BLOCK, WASHINGTON ST, 

PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



1850. 



J. E. WHARTON, M. D 



1888. 



THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS' PRACTICE. 
Thirteen Years at N. E. Corner Maricopa and Adams Streets, 

P*HCE1VIX, 



JT. M 



Office, Porter Block, . 



Phoenix, Arizona. 



PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 



J. W. BLANKENSHIP, 
state and Seneraf 



Careful attention given to sales of every description. 

Oonsttl>le of "Phoenix:. 
Office, Corner Center and Adams Sts. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. 

Miss KATIE A. BAGLEY, 






TEII>E T 

DEALS ALSO IN 

CANDIES, NUTS, FRUITS, STATIONERY AND TOBACCO. 



J. L. \VARD & SON, Proprietors. 

Special Attention given Fine Stock. 

Norses Bought and Sold. 



ELEGANT CARRIAGES AND TEAMS 

\VITH CAREKUL DRIVERS, 

FOR LADIES. 

K$@MiMlTM 

W. J. CARRIER & CO. 
Cor, Center and Adams Sts,, - - Phoenix, Arizona, 




CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING 

Carefully and Promptly attended to by 

MR. A. MCDONALD. 

CA.L1L, ^LT OUR, !>LACE OF BTJSI1VESS. 





i 








TEMPE, ARIZONA. 





anil io tie Latest Style. 




0000000000000 



Rooms Large and Airy. 



Elegant Dining Room. 



oooooo ooooooo 




We Employ only wmte Help. 



Table Supplied with all the Delicacies of the Season. 



R. A. DAVIS, Proprietor. 






G IF 






Upper Tempe, A. T. 

HARRY BERNARD, Proprietor. 



New Store! New Goods! Low Prices! 



The Cleanest and Freshest Goods to be had in the markets of the United States 
are daily arriving. Owing to the Kailroad blockade a portion of my Stock was 
detained Two Months, therefore on account of the lateness of the season I will Sell 
Every Article BEGARDLESS OF COST. 



FOR BIG BARGAINS CALL AT 

TTP3 FT 1 * T7 1 A T 
Jtrd tj Ji 1 -ZA L 

HARRY BERNARD, - - - UPPER TEMPE. 

LON EOKSEE, 



DEALER IN 



Staples Fancy Groceries 

FRUITS AND PROVISIONS. 
MININO RANCH SUPPLIES 



A SPECIALTY. 



ALSO AQENT KOR 



Wells, Fargo & Cos Express. 

Cor. MYRTLE and FIFTH STS, 



? fPWfl P J 

LI grill. LU, 

H. OHNICK, SUP'T. 
Office, Cor. Washington and Cocopa Sts. - Phmnioc, Arizona. 




Carrying U. S. Mail f Wells, Fargo & CD'S Express. 

PHCEISTIX as Follows : 



For Prescott and Northern Arizona 8.30 A. M. daily, connecting for Tip Top at 
Hudson's ; for Stoddard's at Big Bug ; for Fort Verde, at Aqua Fria. 

For Vulture, Wickenburg, Stanton's and Prescott: TUESDAYS, THURS- 

DAYS AND SATURDAYS, connecting for Walnut Grove at Antelope. 

For further particulars, apply at 

General Stage Office, Fry Building, Phoenix, Arizona. 

J. E. BEGGS, Supt. A. LEONARD MEYER, Agt. 



JOSSELYN & SMYLY, Proprietors. 



Manufacturers of all Carbonated Drinks 



SOLE AGENTS FOR PURE 



Lake County Champagne, Sweet Cider, Nerve Food 
and Cream Phosphate. 



T. DAVIS. H. S. BRIDGE. 




Merchant I Tailors, 

103 MONTGOMERY ST., 

(Up STAIRS.) SiHJV FRANCISCO. 



The FINEST LINE of Goods on the Coast. 

A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED. 



We have sold more goods in Arizona during the past five years, and 
given better satisfaction than any othrer house in the trade. 
Whenever you meet a really well-dressed gentle- 
man on the streets of Phoenix, or any 
other town in the territory, you 
will find that 

H. S. BRIDGE & CO. 

ARE HIS TAILORS. 



Our Mr. Tom Davis, or some competent agent, is con- 
stantly traveling in Arizona and will at all times be happy to show 
samples and take your measures. 

Fine Shirts, to Order, a Specialty. 



L. W. BLLNN. President. J. C. ABBOT, First Vice-President, 

E. R. THOM: ideut. E. II. HiLLEi;, Cashier. 

Incorporated, \nm 10, 1887. 




PHCENIX, A. T. 



CORRESPONDENTS: 

CHEMICAL NATIONAL BANK New York, N. Y. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK -. . Chicago, 111. 

BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA San Francisco, Cal. 

KNAUTH, NACHOD & KUHNB, Foreign Bankers . . . New York, N. Y. 

INCORF-ORATORS : 

E. H. HITLER, Investment Securities. PWnix, A. T.: L. W. BLINN, L. W. Blinn 
Lum!> '. c. ABBO'i -urer of the S 

IIartlV.nl. Conn.; K. R. THOMPSON, President, Sei-mid National Bank, Norwich, 
IAWFOKD, Capitalist, Chicago. 111.; CHAS. T. WELLS, Cashier, City Bank, ILi, 

ranc,'ti,-ut Mutual Life Insurance Co. .liar! 
\V. (i. ABJ'.OT, Sf-civtarv (.'onix-i-ticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn : 

i LLES, Capitalist, Hartford, Conn.; J. C. STOCKWELL, Mortgage Loans, Hartford, 



T. L. SCHULTZ. A. M. FRANKLIN. 

SCHULTZ & FRANKLIN, 

Real Estate Brokers I Auctioneers 



BRILL, BAT VIEW, HIGHLAND, NORTH PARK, 

AND OTHER ADDITION'S. 

CITY PROPERTY, 



AND 



Property in All Parts of MA RICO PA COUNTY. 

A Specialty made of Large Tracts of Land, 

with Water, for Colonies. 

Correspondence Solicited, and Promptly Ans-wered. 

WASHINGTON STREET, 

; 252. iMioenix, Arizona.