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For Reference 

HDp JUN2 6I970 

Not to be taken 


BUTTE SOCIETY 
GIVEN AGED 
BOOKS 


Sam Marks of this city yesterday 
presented the Butte County Histori- 
cal Society with the oldest county 
directory on file, bearing the dc.te 
1878-79. Several issues of the Chico 
Advertiser in the columns of which 
are written the experiences of John 
Bidwell, deceased pioneer of Chico, 
when he came to California across 
in 1853, and an ancient Hebrew 
history, written in Hebrew manih 
script. 

The directoiT includes Butte, 
Yuba, Sutter, Colusa, Plumas and 
Placer counties. Practically every 
old pioneer and miner known to 
Oroville has his name written in 
the volume. 


I 

BIG FUTURE i 

PREDICTED FOR 
PARADISE 


That Paradise will soon be sli 
ping tons of apples, peaches, pin 
and ether fruits to Oroville a 
will be among the leading fruit a 
veg- lal le districts in Northern Cj 
fori ia is the opinion of Willi? 
Bou'her, of the local Chambei 
Commerce. | 

Mr. Boucher returned TueSvl 
from a short visit to that s^v..* 
and was greatly impressed wi 
the advancement being made • 
that community. According to IN 
Boucher, the apples grown in Pa 
^ are among the best in t 
tate. They are of the best varit I 
nd can be kept for months bef( I 







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AND YOU WILL NEVER REGRET IT. 


The Mutual Life Insurance Co, of New York is one of the Oldest and 
the Largest Insurance Co. in the World, its ASSETS being OVER 


It is the Only Conipany in which Policies have 
heconie Self-Sastoinin^- 


It furnishes Insurance at less cost than any other Company, with greater security. Its Dividends 
exceed those of any other Company, because there are no Stockholders to eat up its profits. 

Life Insurance in a relive Company is the surest inheritance you can leave your wives and little ones. 
It comes at a time when •nfest needed; is exempt from execution; often relieves the mortgaged home- 
stead, and places those we love independent of the cold charities of the world. 

You insure your houses, barns and stocks; is it not more important to insure your lives? It secures at 
once what long years of toil may fail to do; it costs but little, and guarantees much. 

Every man should have a life policy, no matter how circumstanced in life. Every Wife and Mother 
should insist upon it, for the protection of herself and family. 

It is the best and surest investment you cati make with your money. 

Appended is a list of those belonging in this vicinity, who are insured in the Mutual Life, some for 
the past eighteen years, many of whom have taken second policies, satisfied they could do better in the 
Mutual Life than in any other Company. 


Death Claims Have Been Paid During* the Past Five Years to the Heirs 
or Eepresentatives of the Following* Citizens in This Vicinitj^: 


GEORGE MEYERS, $5041.39 

SAMUEL T. BREWSTER, - - - - 20,036.13 

PHINEAS HUTCHINS, - - - - 647.36 

CONRAD GOITWALZ, 3090.38 

WM. CARPENTER, 2001.73 

JOHN W. KEY, 5000.00 

Examples of Mutual 

Policy No. 5 i ,8 q 6. 

I. S. BELCHER, M irysville. 

Issued August 25, 1866. Annual Premium, $164.30 
Cash Dividend of 1878, $74.46 or 45 }^ percent, 
of premium. Portion of dividends used. 

Policy No. 51,898. 

DR. E. T. WILKINS, Napa. 

Issued August 25, 1866. Annual Premium $170.25 
Cash Dividend of 1876, $75.44, or 44 percent, 
of premium. Portion of Dividends used. 


JACOB SHEYER, $5007.59 

WM. EDGAR, 3044.10 

LEONARD M. BOTTLER, - - - 3047.93 

W. ri. COATES, 3003.4^ 

C. E. FILKINS, 5057.00 

A. N. STEVENSON, 5012.00 


Zi/e Cash Dividends. 

Policy No. 20,435. 

J. FRED. EASTMAN, Marysville. 

Issued June 15, 1858. Annual Premium, $19.89. 
Cash Dividend of 1878, $14.14, or 71 per cent, 
of premium. Increase of Policy by divi- 
dends, $591. 

Mr. Ea.stman by using his yearly dividends and a 
portion of those to his credit need not pay 
another dollar to keep his policy in force. 

Policy No. 80,534. 

DR. THOS. DOBBINS, Yuba City. 

Issued March 23, 1868. Annual Premium, $it8.oo 
Cash Dividend of 1878. $38.23, or 33^ percent, 
of premium. All Dividends used. 



Examples of Self-Sastaining Policies, 


Policy No. 612. 

Rev* W. A. SCOTT, San Francisco. 

Amount, $5000. Dated May 13, 1844. Age 31. 
Annual Premium, $121.50. 

Total Premiums Paid, $3888,00 

’-crease of Policy by Dividends, $6889.94 
Original Policy, ------ 5000.00 

Total Am't Ins’nce May 13, ’76, $11,889.94 
Cash Dividend of 1876, $t 85.75, being $64.25 in 
excess of premium. 

Policy No. 6190. 

SAMUEL L. DEWEY, Orovills. 

Amount, $2000. Dated January 31, 1849. Age 30. 
Annual Premium, $47.20. 

Total Premiums Paid, - . - - - - $1234.40 

Increase of Policy by Dividends, $2,000.00 
Original Policy, ------ 1,405.06 


Policy No. 1191. 

JOHN W. DWXNELLE, Oakland. 

Amount $1000. Dated March 7, 1845. Age 28. 

$694.80 


Total Am’t Insurance Jan. 31, ’76, $3405.06 
Cash Dividend of 1876, $47.40. A portion of Divi- 
dends on this Policy have been used in pay- 
ment of Premiums. 


Annual Premium, $22.40. 

Total Premiums Paid, - 

Increase of Policy by Dividends, $1110.35 
Original Policy, 1000.00 

Total Am’t Ins’nce March 7, 1876, $2110.35 
Cash Dividend of 1876, $29.91. 

Policy No. 9763. 

NATHAN J. ROFF,3Reno. 

Amount $2000. Dated June 27, 1851. Age 28. 
Annual Premium, $46.40. 

Total Premiums Paid, - $1160.00 

Increase of Policy by Dividends, $1867.49 
Original Policy, 2000.00 

Total Amount Ins. June 27, 1876, $3867.49 
Cash Dividend of 1876, $45,83, 

A Portion of the Dividends on this Policy have 
been used in the payment of 
Premiums. 


Partial List of Policy Holders in Yuba, Sutter, 
Colusa, Butte and Tehama Counties. 

— I. S. Belcher, Jos. Becker, C. Bomattir, John H Bowman, Jos. Bra.ss, 
James K. Brooks, P. Brown two policies, John R. Burns, C. Cockrill, James Cook, J. K. Crooks, W. 
M. Cutter, Peter Decker, Samuel Duke, M. Dufficy, J. Fred, Eastman two policies, Moses C. Plllis two 
policies, Wm. Fletcher two policie.s, C. M. Gorham, Frank A. Hill, H. S. Hoblitzel, J. U. Hoffstetter, 
D. S. Hyams, H. F. Hyde, F. M. Jackson, J. R. Johnson, Hy. Keetley, T>. J. Kertchem, Elizabeth 
Lauber, G. W. Lamdin, M. Marcuse two policies, James A. Maben, M. A. Marcuse two policies, 
J. Mcllmoil two policies, W. T. McLean three policies, G. R. McKinney, E. E. Meek, Phebe H. More, 
G. R. Nightingill, W. H. Parks two policies, C. M. Patterson two policies, B. Rehm, George Regli, 
Chris. Rubel, Jos. V. Selby two policies, Tim. Sheehan two policies, W. Singer, Jr., two policies, 
P. C. Slattery, J. B. M. Smith two policies, Robert L. Smith, James Trayner, John Venter, G. M 
Wappel, A. P. Willey, Dr. E. T. Wilkins. 

COTTIbn?“Sr’ — J. P. Brown, Thomas Brewer, Timothy Brew, J. A. Buffington, L. B. 
Clark two policies, E. R. Coffman, Thomas Corrigan, Jonathan Clark, L. S. Camper, C. C. Duhain two 
policies, B. F. Dam two policies, C. K. Dam two policies, F. Darnielle, Timothy Earley, M. D. Gage 
three policies, G. W. Hutchins, J. S. Hutchins, George Jeffery, William Jones, F. Kirschner, Maria 
Kuster, Riley Lane, Louis Long, J. H. Lubman, Daniel McGanney 4 policies, V. C. McMurray, E. 
Mattoon 2 policies, Thomas Mooney, A. G. Miller, James O’Brien, G. B. Pepper, Patrick Ryan, 
Michael Ruth, K. C. W. Ruff, Jacob F. Schorr, Lewis C. Stone, Ole. Torsen, H. N. Wheeler. 

OI'±‘ — G. W. Alberti, Barton D. Anson, Dr. T. Dobbins two policies, O. E. 
Graves, Dr. N. S. Hamlin, D. E. Hamlinj W. P. Harkey two policies, T. B. Hull, P. W. Keyser 
two policies, John Kupser, James Littlejohn, Jonas Marcuse, Jos. H. Middleton two policies, Catherine 
Middleton, C. F. Newkorn, Michael O’Connor, N. V. Ream, W. J. Walton, N. F. Todd, George 
Walton two policies, R. H. Walton, C. E. Wilcoxson. 

STTTTE 3 IE 2 . COXr 3 jTT" 3 r — A. F. Abbott, Herndon Barrett, Hy. L. Blake, Margaret Bossen, 
George E. Brittan, William A. Coates two policies, J. H. Craddock, P. E. Drescher two policies, A. S. 
Dean, J. C. Do.iohue, Charles A. Glidden two policies, J H. Holmes, Gabriel Johnson, Hugh C. 
Jones, J. H. Kimball two policies, Joel Keck, James Littlejohn, ]. J. Mayfield, Phillip Mc<June, 
R. H. Mcllmoil, A. P. Russell, N. J. Sligar, Conrad Schuler two policies, Cleveland Stephens, Cornelius 
Williams, S. E. Wilson, Wesley Wilson. 

(IB'va.tte Co'u.aa.t^r)— W. S. Safford, Benjamin Marks, Esrael Marks 
George Miller two policies, John J. Smith, John J. Martin, Edward A. Kusel, P. O. Hundley, E. W. 
Fogg, Chas. F. Lott (P. U.) 

C 3 E 3 IICO — Alex. H, Crew two policies, Charles E. Zwisler two policies, J. D. Finnican, Isaac 
Burk three policies, D. D. Harris two p)olicies, J. G. McIntyre, Warren C. Stevens, John W. McIn- 
tosh, George W. Dorn two policies, John R. Robin.son, C. F. Ackerman, Nelson Butler, Clifford Cog. 
gins, David Reid, A. H. Chapman, Evan Knapp, A. Shannon, Jos. E. .Shearer, R. A. Anderson, W, 
Cooper, F. M. Jackson 

GRAINLAND (Butte County) — Rufus R. Temple, R. W. Boydston, John G. West. NORD 
Butte County) — Samuel G. Bragg, Van Woert, A. A. Small. CANA (Butte County)— J. W. B. 
Montgomery, Caleb Scott. ST. JOHN (Colusa County) — C. J. Papst, Albert Papst, Ben. F. Jones, 
R. S. Deenng. BUTTE CITY (Colusa County) — Adam Ludy. COLUSA (Colusa County^ — 
Joseph B. Cook, Jacob Furth, W. D. Dean, Alex. Murphy. COLLEGE CITY (Colusa County) — 
Henry J. Teel. RED BLUFF (Tehama County) — C. C. Pettijohn, Herbert Kraft, Wm. J. Mason, 
T. H. Ward, Wm. McComons, Judith L. Dale, Abraham Townsend, H. M. Albright. TEHAMA (Te- 
hama County)— Jonathan C. Tyler. JACINTO (Colusa County) — James Henderson. 

T- -^g'erLt 

OflB.ce in Masonic Hall, Marysville. 


Peter Decker. 


John H. Jewett. 



GO D St, two Doors Above Western House, 


MARYSVILLE, CAL, 

Advances HKIadc on G-OIjD-DUST 

For Assay or Coinage at the United States Mint. 

Checks at Par on the Anglo-California Bank (Limited), 

Coin and Currency Drafts on American Exchange Bank, New York. 

AvallaWe li Ml lie PrlBcpl Cities of lie Giioe. 

TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, 


Manufactwrers and Dealers in 

i Palffits Im ians® 


Office Corner First and I> Streets, 

MAlRYSVILLE, CAE. 


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MARYSVILLE APPEAL 




-OF- 


NOHTHERN CAUFOnmAt 


FOR 


7L&W&, 

Eiracini A COMPLETE DIRECTORY 

IJV' THE COUJ^TIES OF 


Butte, Colusa, Nevada, Placer, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba, including the 
Cities and Towns, with Historical and Statistical Sketch of Each. 

A NEW and PROMINENT FEATURE of This Directory, is 
the fact that Every RESIDENT LAND OWNER in these 
Seven Counties Appears, with the Number of Acres 
and Post Office Address. 


IT IS Il^VALUABLE TO BUSINESS MEN, Merchants, Manufacturers. 
Professional Men and Artisans are Included in the Work, 
Containing’ Over 25,000 Names. 


PRICE, $3.00. 


LOCKWOOD & DAWSON, : ; : : PUBLISHERS, 

Hj- 3^. aOJ^JPXlLj’^JR 


Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1878, by LOCKWOOD & DAWSON, in 
the Office of the Librarian at Washington, D. C. 



PREFATORY. 


The first number of the Marysville Appeal Directory of North- 
ern California is now before the public, and it is the intention of the 
publishers to issue a number occasionally, trusting the new features intro- 
duced in this issue will sufficiently recommend and justify the continuation 
of its publication. 

The object of this work has not only been to give the names and ad- 
dresses of business and professional residents, but also to include every 
bona fide resident land owner, with number of acres to which title has 
been acquired. 

In thus diverging from the beaten paths of Directories and encom 
passing a new and original plan, we have possibly made errors, which, in 
future issues will, we anticipate, be remedied. 

The arrangement of the work, we trust, will prove satisfactory to our 
patrons, the names being arranged in alphabetical order under their respect- 
ive post office addresses ; also, a brief descriptive sketch of each place. 

We return thanks to our advertising patrons for their favors, and it is 
hoped that the result of our labors will prove satisfactory to all. 



CONTENTS 


COUNTIES. 

Butte 

Colusa 

Nevada 

Placer 

Sutter 

Tehama 

Yuba 

TOWNS. 

Alta 

Antelope Valley 

Anthony House 

Applegate 

Arbuckle 

Auburn 

Bangor 

Bath . 

Belle Mill 

Berlin 

Bidwell’s Bar 

Kiggs 

Blue Canon 

Boca 

Bridgeport 

Bronco 

Brown’s Valley 

Brownsville 

Bullard’s Bar 

Butte City 

Butte Creek 

Butcher Ranch 

Camptonville 

Cana 

Central House 

Cherokee 

Chico 

Cisco 

Clipper Gap 

College City 

Colfax 


Colusa 121 

Cottonwood 227 

Dayton (P. 0. Grainland) 199 

Durham 199 

Dutch Flat 275 

Elk Grove 138 

Emigrant Gap 281 

Farmington 227 

For bestow n 199 

Forrest Hill 282 

French Corral 308 

Germantown 138 

Gold Run 284 

Grand Island 139 

Graniteville 309 

Grass Valley 311 

Gridley 200 

Grimes’ Landing 140 

Hansonville 18 

Henleyville 227 

Honcut 19 

Hunters 228 

Inghams 228 

Inskip 204 

Iowa Hill 286 

Jacinto 140 

Kanawha 140 

Kirkville 104 

Lassen 228 

Leesville 141 

Lincoln 288 

Little York 347 

Live Oak 105 

Lovelock 204 

Magalia 204 

Marysville 19 

Maxwell 142 

Meridian 106 

Michigan Bluff. 292 

Moore’s Flat 348 

Moore’s Station 205 

Nelson 205 


159 

117 

306 

262 

104 

226 

9 

262 

226 

306 

263 

117 

264 

159 

270 

226 

118 

160 

160 

270 

306 

118 

308 

10 

12 

15 

119 

226 

270 

16 

167 

167 

167 

168 

270 

271 

120 

271 


CONTENTS. 


Nevada City 

Newcastle 

Newville 

Nicolaus 

North Bloomfield 

North Butte 

North Columbia 

North San Juan 

Nord 

Olimpo 

Omega 

Ophir 

Oregon House 

Orland 

Oroville 

Paskinta 

Patterson 

Payne’s Creek 

Penryn 

Pentz 

Pino 

Pleasant Grove 

Powelton 

Princeton 

Red Bluff. 

Robinson's Mill 

Rocklin 

Rough and Ready 

Roseville 

Sacramento Leading Business 

Houses 

Scatterville 

Sebastapol 

Sesma 

Sheridan 

Smartsville 

South Butte 

Spenceville 

Spring Valley 

Strawberry Valley 

St. John 

Sucker Flat 

Sulphur Creek.. 

Sweetland 

Sycamore 

Tahoe City 

Tehama 

Timbuctoo 

Todd's Valley 

Trackee 

Vernon 

Vina 

Washington 


West Butte 

. no 

Wheatland 

.. 96 

Williams 

.. 150 

Willows 

.. 152 

Wisconsin Hill 

. 305 

Wyandotte 

. 224 

Yankee Hill 

. 224 

Yankee Jim 

.. 305 

You Bet 

. 401 

.Yuba City 

.. Ill 

ADVERTISERS. 

Ackerman George 

. 206 

Aitken & Fish * 

. 413 

Aitken J. S 

. 258 

Aldersly Ed ... 

. 168 

Ambrouse J. N 

. 206 

Asher J Front cover 

Aulman Mrs. A. C 

. 60 

Ayer L B 

. 58 

Arneth Fred 

. 244 

Anderson W. A 

. 408 

Andrews J 

. 244 

Ansorg Chas 

. 58 

Appeal 

. 50 

Bahney W. H 

. 243 

Bailey William H 

. 118 

Baker & Hamilton 

. 405 

Baldwin S. D 

. 59 

Ball Chas 

. 194 

Bamberger Bros 

. 347 

Bank of Tehama County 

. 244 

Barnett R & Co. 

. 132 

Batchelder A. J. & Co 

. 59 

Baun J. F 

. 100 

Becker Joseph 

. 60 

Belcher Ed A 

. 60 

Bell & Garrett 

60 

Bennett Anna L 

. 137 

Bennett Henry 

. 291 

Bevan & Harris 

. 100 

Beverton S 

. 344 

Bigelow Benj 

Birdsall S. T 

. 64 

. 66 

Bishop S. M 

. 141 

Bliss Wm 

. 143 

Boflnger W. F 

. 243 

Bond Brothers 

. 132 

Booth & Eckart 

. 74 

Boston Gallery 

. 66 

Boyd G. H Inside front 

cover 

Brady A. B 

. 347 


850 

295 

143 

107 

377 

108 

380 

381 

208 

145 

385 

296 

89 

145 

209 

228 

886 

229 

297 

223 

297 

109 

224 

146 

229 

224 

297 

386 

301 

420 

254 

390 

254 

303 

91 

110 

390 

148 

94 

148 

94 

149 

391 

149 

304 

254 

95 

305 

393 

110 

261 

399 



CONTENTS 


Brady J 243 

Braine Mrs. J. S 157 

Brandt & Johnson 100 

Breadon James 133 

Brenner John 414 

Brewer D. B 419 

Brooks Geo. G 133 

Brothers Miss M 411 

Brown & Co 372 

Bryant Chas 68 

Buckland Geo. G 102 

Burk Isaac 193 

Burrows A 346 

Butte Kecord 195 

Caldwell Dr. A. B 68 

Calmes & Boss 100 

Campbell Chas. A 245 

Campbell W. L 68 

(Carlson Andrew 247 

Carnduff F. F 101 

Carpaneto Louis 133 

Casey Brothers 61 

Chico Academy 193 

Chico Enterprise 197 

Chico Plow Works Margin line 

Church J. E 246 

Clark J. W 259 

Clayton, W. F., M. D 418 

Cohen B Front cover 

Colby, Pond & Co 209 

Colusa Stage Co.. Margin line & 134 

Cone Welton 245 

Cook A. A 401 

Cook James 61 

Cooley G. S 62 

Coughlan Wm 68 

Cowden D. H 68 

Crocker & Co Back cover 

Croissant Charles 194 

Crocker N. & Co 252 

Crum F. A Back cover and 225 

Cumberson A. J 62 

Cunningham Wm 373 

Curley & Mahon 275 

Daniels & Bean 194 

Darner J. B 137 

Davis Howell 137 

Decker & Jewett 4 

De Jarnatt J. B 137 

De Mott Wm 68 

Desmond B. A 133 

Dibble A. B 346 

Dockery K. F 207 


Dougal T 62 

Drinkle Mrs. Mary 68 

Duke S 63 

Dutch Flat Forum 280 

Dyer J. M 246 

Earnshields V. L 63 

Eberlein Wm 63 

Eckhardt Henry 413 

Eilerman B 68 

Eilerman F 374 

Ellison J. F 247 

Ellis W. T 64 

Empire Foundry 88 

Endicott & Vestal 247 

English Sam 252 

Farmers' Bank of Wheatland... 100 

Farnham A 65 

Farris M. B 137 

Finigau B. D 193 

Fisher Amos 65 

Fisher E. E . . . 346 

Fitzgerald M 82 

Flannery P. J 66 

Flathmann J. F 66 

Fletcher Wm Front cover 

Flint Dr. W. P 73 

Floberg J. P 408 

Flohr A 413 

Ford Geo. 0 398 

Fronk & Hayes 67 

Garter Chas. A 247 

Gault Alex 377 

George Wm 344 

Gerber E 73 

Gladding, McBean & Co 292 

Glotzbach L. J 145 

Gove Chas. A 134 

Gray C N 73 

Gray, Davis & Co 374 

Graves G. W Margin line 

Grein Phil 166 

Greitman & Rains 304 

Guineau Thos 427 

Hallett & Loy Margin line 

Harding Bros 207 

Harrington E. A Margin line 

Harris H. M 67 

Hartmann G. Phil 412 

Hanley Mike 371 

Heintzen Geo 73 

Henshaw Park 176 

Hibbard & Sommer Margin line 

Hicks D. & Co 419 


CONTENTS. 


Hicks H. A 

248 

Manchester M. B 

166 

Hickock 0. C. and J. J... 

139 

Marshall S 

165 

Hill C. R 

346 

Martin & Smith 

415 

Hirsh M 

417 

Marysville Savings Bank 

75 

Hoblitzell's ins. Agency... 

69 

Mathewson Dr. Wm. P 

258 

Hodge Thos. & Co 

401 

May hew W, P 

248 

Hoffman & Marker 

73 

McCormick Jas 

268 

Holmes H. P 

139 

McElaney M 

412 

Hoops L W 

224 

McFarland and Farr 

417 ; 

Howser B. W 

69 

McGowan & May 

248 

Huntington, Hopkins & 

Co., 

.'.clutosh J. W. & Co 

206 

Back cover and 

428 

Menso Joseph 

137 

Hurst John 

371 

Michel J 

376 

Ingram & Young 

292 

Miller Henry 

249 

Jackson S. J. and J. M 

417 

Minchen W. A 

259 

Jenkins & Bushnell 

70 

Mitchell Chas. H 

345 

Jenkins J, C. & Co 

73 

Moad J. N Margin 

line 

Johnson H 

166 

Mock Chas. H 

252 i 

Johnson W. J 

374 

Moncur 0 

225 

Jones J. Thad 

137 

Monnier August 

419 

Joran Louis G 

417 

Montgomery R. C 

135 

Jory H 

73 

Moon & Creighton 

74 

Kelley John R 

; 259 

Morgan & Edsinger 

74 

Kelley L. E 

73 

Mulnix Harry 

292 

Kelley Thomas H 

243 

Naffziger J Back cover 

Kellogg & Pickens 

274 

Napa Collegiate Institute 

116 

Kemper F. C 

165 

Nathan S. J. & Co 

409 

Kempf, Chamberlin & Co. 

196 

Nelson Char»es L .. 

191 

Kennel J 

70 

Neubarth J. G 

193 

Kersey L, C 

248 

Neustadt M. M 

102 

Keser L 

134 

Newhard J. M 

76 

Kettnauer Ph 

73 

Newman J. F Margin 

line 

Klein Win .. 

71 

New York Mutual Life Ins Co. 

2 1 

Knight W. H 

71 

Nickell Plank 

275 

Knorsa Jacob 

76 

Nickelsburg & Co 

135 

Krause J. H 

76 

North Geo Inside front cover 

Kuhn Leopold 

76 

Ogden Wm. G. & Son 

76 

Lakenan J. M 

347 

Ott Jas. J 

377 

Lambert Givens & Co 

419 

Pacitic Mutual Life Ins. Co 

410 

Landis & Goodkind 

102 

Page C. A 

73 

Laney C. F 

71 

Farkinson G. W 

137 . 

Langley Wm 

203 

Parks R F 

76 

Lavenson & Newman 

301 

Park W.J 

135 i 

Lawrence W. L 

72 

Person A (^0 

196 ; 

Leach A. M 

15 

Patton R. B 

393 : 

Leutze A Brand 

375 

Perdue W. 11 

. 136 

Lewis & Houchins 


Peri A 

, 77 : 

Lewis L. \j. & Co 

413 

Peri A Co 

. 78 ’ 

Lewis S G 

345 

Perigo & Farris 

, 136 i 

Lindstrom & Co 

135 

Peterson W. R 

252 

Loeklin J. C 

375 

Pettit R 11 

. 416 

Lyon & Barnes 

405 

Placer Herald 

. 274 

Manasse J. M 

252 

Plank Asa 

i 

. 275 


CONTENTS 


Powell David, M. D 82 

Powells P 269 

Prall W. P 137 

Putnam Miss M J Margin line 

Paish Chas 78 

Rapp C. W. & Co 412 

Red Bluff Sentinel 258 

Rehard J. E 259 

Reister L A 196 

Richardson and Bragg 78 

Richardson C. W 252 

Richards Phillip 377 

Richart and Collins 251 

Rideout and Smith 79 

Ridge A. J 347 

Robertson and Brown 304 

Roche Wm 137 

Rosenthal A 371 

Rosevare Robert 252 

Ross E. C and Co 80 

Rothfeld Bros Back cover 

Russell P. H 403 

Sacramento Daily Record-Union 407 

Sacramento Weekly Union 406 

Sadowski C. F 166 

Saul and Depuy 80 

Schilling Emil 207 

Schmid Jacob 417 

Schoenfeld S D 252 

Schofield R. T 82 

Schorr Jacob 203 

Schwartz Chas 1 

Scott J. P 81 

Selby & Co 81 

Sewell & Fitzgerald 82 

Sheehan, James R 137 

Shelley T. R 82 

Sherman Mrs. E, J 82 

Shilling J. S 207 

Siebert G 82 

Siebold & Karge 102 

Sierra Flume and Lumber Co... 250 

Silva C. M 296 

Simpson John 260 

Sinay S 419 

Singer Wm , Jr 81 

Slater J. F 409 

Slattery P. C 83 

South Feather W ater & Mining 

Company 95 

Spect W. K 136 

Steins Samuel 417 


Stoll John T Back cover and 404 


Stoll Paul 251 

Stone & Howard 261 

Story E. F 204 

Stratton C. A. & Co 84 

Subers & Cutts 83 

Sullivan D 136 

Swain & Hudson 2 

Swift J. P 83 

Tait Chas 260 

Taylor Cornelius 347 

Taylor Ed. F 203 

Terstegge F 1 

The People's Cause 249 

Thomas E. B 376 

Tickner, Burnham & Co.. Margin lin 

Titus Samuel 165 

Trimmer Jos 103 

Trope A. A. Jr 417 

Turner Mrs. E, M 243 

Vinton Walter D 377 

Yolker and Son 251 

Yoluntine and Manasse 254 

Wachhorst H..., Front cover 

Wagoner G. B. 258 

Walbridge M. E 193 

Walling J. M 371 

Wall J. S and Co 148 

Walsh Richard 85 

Wappel George 85 

Ward W. W 85 

Watson Thos 85 

Wearman and Serret 86 

Weaver H. A Front cover 

Weber Paul 86 

Weed D. F 252 

Wellington D 376 

West E. R 346 

Westenhaver C.... 86 

Wetmore J. M 19 

Wheatland Recorder 101 

White A. B 88 

White A H 252 

White, Cooley and Cutts, inside 

of back cover 

White D. C 408 

White G.W 137 

White J. C 137 

Wiedmann and Hromada 409 

Wiley and Lee 102 

Williams R. L 260 

Wilson J A 417 

Wilson W. S. B 193 

Witcel Julius 193 



CONTENTS. 

Wolfly and Duffield 118 

Woods Photograph Gallery 87 

Woods and Walker 196 

Woodward J. C 86 

Zadik F 198 

Ziegenbein John i^ffl 

M. Marcuse. 

M, MAKCl 

M. A. Marcuse. 


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YUBA COUNTY. 


Organized in 18’)0. Bounded north by Butte, east by Sierra and 
Nevada, soutli by Placer and Sutter, and west by Sutter and Butte Area, 
six hundred square miles. County scat, Marysvide (incorporated city). 
Principal towns: Camptonville, Wheatland. Siiiartsville, Timbuctoo, 
Brownsville and Brown’s Valley. Yuba, with its principal city (Marys- 
ville) at the confluence of the Yuba and Feather rivers, and with the dif- 
ferent lines of railroads entering it, possesses important commercial resour- 
ces. The county comprises both mountain and valley land — the former 
productive in gold and abounding in valuable forests of pine, and the latter 
producing grains, fruits and all classes of vegetation to great perfection. 
The placer mines at Sucker Flat, Smartsville, Timbuctoo, Camptonville 
and Sicard Flat, arc the most productive? ol their class in the State, and 
quartz mines arc being successlully worked at various places. The fruit 
orchards of Yuba have attained a wide celebrity, and have been very re- 
munerative to their owners. The principal orchards being the Millar 
Bros., James Strain, and the New P^ngland, owned by Treat & Co., and 
are the finest in the State, having the reputation of always sending the 
first fruit to the San Francisco market each season There is also aai ex- 
tensive almond orchard four miles north of Marysville, known as the 
Taylor Almond Orchard, of over eight thousand bearing trees. The 
foothill lands have awakened a new interest, in that they have proved to 
be the finest fruit-producing lands in the State, and are now being rapidly 
brought under cultivation. The Bonanza Eanch in the foothills cast of 
Marysville have over four hundred acres of fine alfalfa grass and several 
thousand orange trees, all of wdiich denote the value of this class of land 
Peaches, oranges, grapes and other delicate varieties of fruits are 
largely produced through the county. Small grains, as wheat, 
barley, oats, etc., arc very generally grown upon the 

plain lands; failures have never ocettrred, and short crops arc 

very rare. The navigable waters of Feather river and the Railroad af- 
ford cheap means of transportation. The California and Oregon Railroad 
pa;scs through the county, connecting with the Central Pacific at Sacra- 
mento; the California Pacific connecting direct with San Francisco, has 
its terminus in Marysville, but is not at present in operation, the pil- 
ing across the tule in Sutter county having been swept away by high 
water. It is anticipated the road will soon be placed in running order. The 
Northern California road connects with Oroville and Marysville, 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, eor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLBT & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal* 


TICKNCn, BTTRNlf iiin 8c Co., Main and Third Strosts, Chico,IScll| everything' Cheap. 


G. W. GRACES, Paints, Oils and Glass, Chfco 


BRO YUBA COUXrV. liRO 

Brown’s Valley, 


Situated twelve miles northeast of 
Marysville, and has a population of 
one hundred persons. There is a 
post-office with mail communication 
three times a week with Marysville 
by the Downieville stage line. Val- 
uable quartz lodes exist at this place, 
and at one time two quartz mills of 
eight and sixteen stamps were con- 
stantly mining on ore that a.ssayed 
§20 to $100 per ton. Over $100,- 
000 were expended in developing 
these mines, but owing to the great 
flow of water into the lower levels 
they were finally abandoned, and 
nothing remains but the wreck of 
the buildings. In the vicinity there 
are some beautiful orchards, and 
•J. Palmer cultivates the strawberry 
extensively and with profit. 

Aaronson G. D., farmer. 
Anderson W. P., frm, 160 a. 
Androus Henry, frm, 160 a. 
Armstrong Mrs. A., farmer, 

1 60 acres. 

Baird Charles, farmer, 1 60 a. 
BARTON & BROS., straw - 
berry growers. 

Barton James, farmer. 

Benner Lee, farm hand. 
BINNINGER E. M., sheep 
ranch. Proprietors Empire 
House, 1700 acres, 14 
miles from Marysville. 
Bishop Zeno, farmer, 640 a. 
Blair John, farm hand. 
Blaswick Charles, frm, 1 60 a. 
BOND Wm. R., farmer and 
stock ranch, 18 miles from 
Marysville and 5 miles 
from Brown’s Valley, 
Bradberry James, frm, 160 a. 
Brady Mrs. Ann, frm, 160 a. 
Brobeck H., farmer, 160 a. 


Bruce J. H., farmer, 1 60 a. : 
Bruce M. W., farmer, 160 a.! 
Burris Byron, farmer and 
sheep raiser, 1 60 acres. 
Burris Mrs. H , farmer, 360 a. i 
Cambell James, farmer and 
stock raiser, 1 60 acres. 
Capurro John 

Carr George, farmer, 1 60 a. | 
Cartwright H. B., farmer, j 
1 60 acres. j 

Chatham F. F., miner. 
Cavileer Henry, miner. 
Chatham R. P'., bootmaker. 
Chinn J.L., sheep r’nch, 800 a. 
Clark E. J., miner. 

COLTON SIDNEY, farmer, 320 
acres, 14 miles from Ma- 
rysville. 

Cook Thomas, miner. 
Countryman Eli, frm, 160 a. 
Cramp William, frm, 300 a. 
Cram .S., poultry. 
Cunningham P., frm, 160 a. 
Daggett D. O,, frm, 880 a. 
Dalporte Gabriel, farmer, 
320 acres. 

Darling Smith, farmer. 

Day M., farmer. 

Dews S. K., farmer, 160 a. 
Donahue Daniel, frm, 160 a. 
Donovan J. J., farmer, 160 
Downey J. E., hotel. 

Dunn John, stock raiser. 
Edwards Charles, farmer. 
F'arhnam J., farmer, 80 acres. 
Temby S., carpenter. 
Finnimore C. C., frm, 160 a. 
Finnimore T, A., farmer. 
Fitzpatrick Wm., farmer. 

Ford Asa C., farmer, 1000 a. 
Ganthey Prosper, frm, 40 a. 


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Gardella Luigi, farmer, 20 a. 
Gentry & Lilly, frm, 1 60 a. 
Gleason James, frm, 160 a. 
Gorman Thomas, frm, 160 a. 
Gundry Joseph, frm, 80 a. 
Gormam James, laborer, 
Hague L. L., physician. 

Hall James L., attorney-at- 
law. 

Hapgood E. D., miner. 

Hare Jacob, farmer, To acres. 
Harriman S., farmer, 137 a. 
Hart d'homas, feirmer, 160 a. 
Hawley F. H., sheep ranch, 
400 acres. 

Hendy Joshua, farmer. 

Hicks Wm., miner. 

Hill John, farmer. 

Hogle William H., miner. 
Jacob & Bourig, frms, 160 a. 
Jacob Theo., farmer, 160 a. 
JEFFERDS WM. M., horti 
culturist and constable, 160 
acres. 

Jennings J. L., sheep ranch, 
450 acres. 

Johnson , teacher Spring 

Valley school. 

Klemmer A., farmer, 160 a. 
Klemmer Mrs. J., frm, 160 a. 
Landerman Mrs. H. E., farm 
and hotel, 600 acres. 
Landerman Mrs. J. N., farm- 
er, 160 acres. 

Laverty Mrs., farmer, 160 a. 
Laverty Mary, farmer, 320 a. 
Laverty John, farmer, 160 a. 
Lazier ‘I., farmer, 160 acres. 
Lorence G., gardener, 80 a. 
Luke William, miner. 

Lynch Edward, farmer, 160 a. 
Mahle Fred, farmer, 160 a. 


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Marston Joseph E., farmer, 
240 acres. 

Martin George, miner. 

McF^arlen John, miner. 

McGinn John, farmer, 160 a. 

Meintire Mrs. E., frm, 160 a. 

McNair Alex., farmer, 160 a. 

MELVIN WM. L., frm, 320 a. 

Methuen L., farmer, 160 a. 

Moore J. H., farmer, 160 a. 

Meyers James, farmer. 

Olmstead L. W., miner. 

Palmer J. H., farmer, too a. 

Palmer John, strawberry 
grower, 10 acres. 

Payton Mrs. Alice, farmer, 

1 60 acres. 

Pelletur & Ricard, farmers, 
600 acres. 

Perry A. C., farmer. 

Perry P. E., farmer, 320 a. 

Perkiss John H., farmer. 

PHILLIPS THOMAS, farmer 
and proprietor Peoria 
House, 14 miles from Ma- 
rysville, 160 acres. 

Pierce Bros., stock raisers, 
1 60 acres. 

Pierce S. S., farmer, 160 a. 

Pierce Walter, farm hand. 

Pile J. M., farmer, 160 acres. 

Ransom & McCormick, farm- 
ers. 

Regan William, frm, 820 a. 

Rhein Benedict, frm, 160 a. 

Rice A., farmer, 160 acres. 

Rice John, farmer. 

RICHARD J., farmer, 14 
miles from M’ville, 280 a. 

Risher Joseph, farmer, 160 a. 

ROBERTSON J. F., black- 
smith and horseshoer. 


YUBA COUNTY, 


J, 7 . NEWMAN. Tinner, Plnat^r and Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway and Third, Chica 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters' Stock, Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Wlakc and Repair Farming- Impl^m^nts. 


G. W. GRAVES, ^Drug's and Chemical^, Chico. 


HRO 


YUBA COUNTY. 


Roy C. S., farmer, i6o acres. 

SCHAAF V. W., general mer- 
chandise and postmaster. 

Schroder M., miner. 

Scott L. R., farmer, i6o a. 

Selling S., miner. 

Sevey Daniel A., farmer. 

jSersanous M., hotel. 

I Sevey Gilman, farmer. 

i Shay Daniel, farmer, 1 89 a. 

I Shields F., miner. 

Shields Mrs. H., widow. 

Shields John, teamster. 

Smethurst G. W., farmer, 
250 acres. 

Smith J. B., hotel and farmer, 
320 acres. 

Smith John, miner. 

SOUTH FEATHER WATER 
AND UNION MINING € 0 ., 
John Harris, Sup’t. 

Sperbeck Jacob, farmer and 
stockraiser. 

I Stewart Wm., farmer, 160 a. 

St. George Ditch and Mining 
Co., R. Steedman, Sup’t. 

Siibers, Miss Sadie, schl tchr. 

Upham G. A., farmer and 
sheep raiser, 80 acres. 

Vegna Florentina, farmer. 

Weakly S. B, 160 acres. 

Weakly Wilson, frm, 160 a. 

Wright Amos S., frm, 320 a. 

Williford Mrs. A., 220 acres. 

Williford Mrs. R. A., farmer, 
160 acres. 

Winans Jacob, farmer, 320 a. 

Wisner Tliad. C., farmer, 
1 60 acres. 

Woodrurf H , wine maker. 

Woodward D. B., gardener. 

Young William, farmer. 


BRO 


Sicar’d Flat. — flourishing 
mining camp fourteen miles north- 
cast of Marysville, and three miles 
from Brown’s Valley. It is one of 
the pldest camps in the county, and 
has been one of the most prolific in 
its yield of gold. Extensive hydraulic 
claims are now at work ; one of the 
largest being the South Feather and 
Union Mining Company, under the 
superintendence of John Harris, 
Fsq. Water is brought by expen- 
sive ditches and flumes from the 
headwaters of the Yuba river, and 
thrown by hydraulic pipes against 
the face of an embankment from 
fifty to 100 feet high. The mines 
give promise of an increase of re- 
ceipts and will probably last many 
years. 


Brownsville, 

A small settlement thirty-two miles 
northeast of Marysville. It has a 
postoffice with mail three times a 
week. There is a fine hotel owned 
by Martin Knox and a two-story 
frame building in course of erec- 
tion for a Ijodge of the Independent 
Order of Odd Fellows. Many tine 
orchards and valuable mines in 
the vicinity. 


Alberts Daniel, miner. 
Alberts David, horticulturist. 
Alberts James, miner. 
Allstine A., engineer. 

Amsler S., farmer, 320 acres. 
Baldwin J. D., farmer, 80 a. 
Baldwin James, lumberman. 
BATTS GEO miner. 

Baxter David, engineer. 
Beeber M. P., lumberman. 
Beever Charles, miner. 
Beever David, frmr, 160 a. 
Beever John C., miner. 
Bodkins D. H., lumberman. 


K. A. HAHRI.\(tTON, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 I) Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & £:OWIl¥iER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Years. 


BRO YUBA COUNTY. BRO 13 

Bontenthistal B., miner. 
Borges John S., frmr, 240 a. 
Botetho Jose S., miner. 
Bontenthistal Beni., miner. 
Bowers S. F. & Co., miner. 
Brookings James, miner. 
Brooks Chas. A., miner. 
Brooks Joseph, farm hand. 
Brown J. E., farmer and hor- 
ticulturist, 1 60 acres. 
Bullock J. D., frmr, 160 a 
Buss L., lumberman. 
Butterfield C. H., sawyer. 
Calson A., lumberman. 
Campa & Slater, miner. 
Cassell J., lumberman. 

Collins John, carpenter. 
Compton J., miner. 

Compton Stephen, farmer, 

1 60 acres. 

Conover G. H., miner. 
Conwell H. A., miner 
Copenhaver & Co., miners. 
Copenhaver Henry, miner. 
Corwin, Rev. W. C , clergy- 
man (Methodist). 

Costa Joseph, miner. 

CRANE L. T & BRO., manu 
facturers and dealers in all 
kinds of lumber, Sharon 
Valley Mill. 

Cruser Wm., miner. 

Davis K., lumberman. 

Darby M. P., farmer, 165 a. 
Dixon Martin, miner. 

Dowd T., gardener. 

Dowell John, miner. 

East J., lumberman. 

Edwards Geo., lumberman^ 
Elliott Erastus, miner. 

Elliott Robert, miner. 
F'arrington N., sawyer, 

Fenner G. D., teamster. 
Fieldhouse W. D., teamster. 
Floss Daniel & Bros., farm- 
ers, 1 60 acres. 

Forbes J., teamster. 

Foss C. L., miner. 

FOSS L. & SONS., farmers. 
FOSS M., farmer. 

Gibson J., farmer, i6o acres. 
Gibson J. L,, miner. 

Gnagy Jacob, farmer, i6o a. 
Gomez, Manuel, frmr, 154 a- 
Gomez Manuel, Sr., farmer, 

1 60 acres. 

Gorbett Milano & Co., miners 
Gorbett Scott, miner. 

Gorbett Wm. W., farmer. 
Greer Daniel, miner. 

Griffith Chas., farm hand. 
Gwynn H. W., miner. 

Hagan J., engineer. 

Hahn Albert V., farmer, 80 a 
Hankins A. J., carpenter. 
Hanson James H., orchard- 
ist, 68 acres. 

Haren E., teamster. 

Haren D. J,, teamster. 

Hawley T. M., carpenter. 
Hedge Joseph, farmer, 240 a. 
Herr John, miner. 

Herring William S., farmer, 
80 acres, 

Hibbert B. S., plainer. 

Hill G. W., lumberman. 
Hokins H., farm hand 
HOWELL W., hotel and farm- 
er, 200 acres, 

Howse L., lumberman. 
Humphrey J. J., wagon ma 
ker. 

Humphrey J. N., farmer. 
Irwin John, farmer, 160 a 


J. N. MO AD, Dentist, eor Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLBT & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building* Paper, Carpet. Carpet lining and Cotton Honse Lining (Chioo, Cat. 


TICENEH, BURNHAM & CO.Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell' Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilc' Ar?:iclcs and Perfumery, Chico. 


BRO YUBA COUNTY. BKO 


Jordan D., lumberman. 
Joseph S., miner. 

Kelley J. B., hotel keeper. 
Kenneir S , teamster. 

Kitchen Wm , lumberman. 
Klenzendorf H., lumberman. 
KNOX MARTIN, postmaster, 
hotel, proprietor toll road, 
farmer, stock raiser. 

Kumle John, miner. 

Kusel Frank, miner. 

LEACH A. M., lumber dealer. 
Learned F H., clerk. 
Lemmons W. W., miner. 
Leyval Eugene, farmer, i6o 
acres, 

Liebhanser A., farmer, 120 a. 
Lockwood T. J., sawyer. 
Londquist J., lumberman. 
Lopez A., miner. 

Lyons B., engineer. 

Malady James, farmer, 160 a. 
Marshal Mrs. Ann, farmer. 
McCarthy M, farmer, 160 a. 
M’CRANK JOHN, frmr, 320 a. 
McGrathery J. P., black- 
smith. 

McMillan Alex., farmer. 
McShane Peter, farmer. 
Miller Thomas, farmer. 

Mood T. J., farmer. 

Murch Adam G., miner. 
Murch, Brooking & Co., 
farmers. 

Mullin Henry, lumberman. 
Nelson J. R. P., sawyer. 
Newell J. W., teamster. 
Oakes A., lumberman. 

O’ Larry James, lumberman. 
Page George, carpenter. 
Parker J., miner. 

Parker R. H., miner. 


Parlin C. H., lumberman. 
Parson Thos., machinist. 
Phair J., lumberman. 

Pierce D H., farmer, 80 a. 
Pruden Silas, carpenter. 
Ramsey Manuel, frm, 80 a. 
Renquist J., lumberman. 
Riant H. L., machinist. 

Rowe A. B., teamster. 

Rowe A. C., lumberman. 
RUFF CHAS., manufacturer 
and dealer in lumber. 
Rummery T.J., school teacher 
Schroder H., farmer, 160 a. 
Schroder J., miner. 

Scott A., miner. 

Sevey Wm., hostler. 
Shadbolt W. H., clerk. 
SHATTUCK T. F., genl mdse, 
Clayton Ranch. 

Slater James, miner. 

Sleigst H., miner. 

Smith A., clerk. 

Smullin S. N. U., school 
teacher. 

Snow W. N., miner. 

Sooy Chas., blacksmith. 
South Henry, teamster. 
South Jackson, farmer and 
hotel, 160 acres. 

Stone M. H., engineer. 
Stuart E., lumberman. 

Stuart Mark, lumberman. 
Thompson M., sawyer. 
Thurston S., farmer. 
Townsend C. B., lumberman. 
Townsend S., teamster. 
Tufford James, miner. 
Valentine J., lumberman. 
Waistel Tho., stock ranch, 
1 60 acres. 

Walsh Michael, farmer. 


E. A. HARRINGTON, Paints, Oils and Glass. 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


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YUBA COUNTY. 


BUL 


W ay W'Xl., Jr., boot maker. 
Way W. L., Sr., lawyer. 
Webber I) C., miner. 
Wetmore E. S. 

Wight Amos, farmer, i6o a. 
Wilcox E. B., blacksmith. 


Williams ]., miner. 

Williams N. S., farmer, 40 a. 
Willmarth ]., lumberman. 
Wolfe H. T., carpenter. 
Wood W. H., lumberman. 
Wyman Wm., farmer, 80 a. 



PROPRIKTOR OF THK 

01ia,llen.g-e, Oottsig-e, 

IDia-morLci Spring's, Olipper 

a-nd. ilvdlills. 

All orders promptly filled. Address, A. M. LEACH, Brownsville 
Postoffice, Yuba Co., Cal. 


Bullard’s Bar, 

Is thirty-five miles from Murysville, 
on the Oamptonville road, at which 
point a bridge spans the river. It 
has apost-ofiice with tri-weekly mail, 
and also maintains a public school. 

Anderson John, miner. 
Anderson M. M., shake mkr. 
Binninger W. T., frm, 160 a. 
Buss A. C., hotel. 

Buss E, E., school teacher. 
Buss Erank, book-keeper. 
Byrd Thomas J., miner. 

Ciark A. B., hotel. 


Collins Erank, farmer, 160 a. 
Dubby E., miner. 

Edgar John, miner. 

Glidden L. H., teamster. 
GOVE GARDNER, liquors. 
GRIFFIN W. R., postmaster. 

Gundry , miner. 

Kesler Peter, farmer 1 60 a. 
Labadie A. P. A., frm 1 60 a. 
Labadie L. & C. E., sawmill. 
Labadie Peter, farmer, 160 a. 
Lawless Mrs. L., road house. 
Long S., miner. 

Mallory M. E., farmer, 1 60 a. 


J. F, It&WMAlT, Tinner, Hurn'oer and Qas Fitter, Cor. Broadwa7and Third. Chico, 


HALLET & LOY Sell all kinds of Sewingr Machines at Lower Prices than any other House on the Coast (Chico, Caa 


Chico Plow V/ork? Warrant all Thoir Work. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drag-3 and ChGmicals, Chico. 


r 

i6 CAM YUBA COUNTY. CAM 

Moisan Charles, miner. 

Murphy , miner. 

Oakes VVm., farmer, 300 a. 
O’Hara Chas., farmer, 160 a. 
Palmer J., painter. 

Payne G. W., teamster. 

Perry F. E., farmer, 160 a. 
Scott Edward, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Sponable A. C., miner. 
Treuogg L., farmer. 

Watson J., miner. 

Works H., miner. 

Ziren John, miner. 

Oamptonville. 

A pleasantly situated mountain town 
forty-one miles northeast of Marys- 
ville, and contains about three hun- 
dred inhabitants, a bank, post, tele- 
graph and express offices. It was set- 
tled in the year 1852, and at one 
time was one of the most flourishing 
mining camps in the State. There 
are at present a number of hydraulic 
mines being worked in the vicinity 
which pay a handsome tribute to the 
town in trade. The timber interests 
are of almost equal importance with 
the mines. Surrounding the town 
are numerous lovely gardens and 
fine orchards, which bear annually 
an abundance of delicious fruits. 
There is a tri-weekly mail with 
Marysville by stage, and also Ne- 
vada City and Colfax. 

Baden Wm., blacksmith. 
Baker j. W., millwright. 
Baker S. S., miner. 

Barts Christopher, goat raiser 
Bates A. ]., miner. 

Bavozette Geo., genl mdse. 
Bavozette Geo., Jr., miner. 
Beaman J. H., clerk. 

Bibber Charles, teamster. 
Biber, F. M., physician. 

Bird Thomas, miner. 

Bliss C. A., justice of peace. 
SLISS MSS. E. a, board and 
lodging. 

Brayl. D., miner. 

Brohran Wm., farmer, Fo a. 
Brown Geo. W., farm hand. 
Brown Hiram, miner. 

BROWN J. P. & CO., bankers. 
Brown R. M., miner. 

Brown Sailoy, miners. 

Burris Joseph, farmer, 160 a. 
Burstch I. C., farmer 160 a. 
Butz Peter, miner.“ 

Byrd P. J., miner. 

Calvin David, miner. 

CALVIN WM. H., drugs, sta- 
tionery, cigars, tobacco, etc 
Cassady James, miner. 
Chandler A. John, frm, 160 a. 
Cilly A., farmer, 160 a. 

Clay John, farmer, 160 a. 
(douchett Antone, frm 1 60 a. 
Cohn John, frm and miner. 
Coller L., miner. 

Conners Edward, frm, 160 a. 
Cortez Michael, miner. 
Coulter W ni., miner, 75 a. 
Covey E. B., millwright. 
Crawford M. & Bros., miners. 
Gunniff M. T., tinsmith. 
DARNEILLE F., hotel and 
general stage office. 

I Davidovich Rosa,frmr, 160 a. 
Deal Edward, miner. 

Deal John E., miner. 
Diamond James, miner. 
Douglass Geo., dentist. 
Eastman Moses, frmr, 320 a. 
Eaton PMward, teamster. 
Erwin Joseph, blacksmith. 
Erwin, W. L., blacksmith. 


MISS M. J. PUTNAM, Millinery cor. Fourth and D Streets, Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SODfJMSR, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Wa chss in 8 Years 


YUBA COUNTY. 


Farris , miner. 

Flenry Martin, farmer. 
Fraras Thos., miner. 
F'reeman lliomas, toll-road. 
Fuller J. H., Constable. 
Gage, Rev. M. D., clergy- 
man and teacher. 

Garnett John, farmer, i6o a. 
Gassner John M., farmer. 
Geirweiner G., bootmaker. 
Giovanni M., miner. 

Glidden Lorenzo, laborer. 
Godfrey C. P., miner. 
Godfrey E., teamster. 
Godfrey G. W., miner. 
Godfrey Jas. P., Sr., genl 
mdse. 

Godfrey James P., Jr., miner. 
GODFKEY N. L grocer. 
Graham J. R., bootmaker. 
GRAY CHARLES, liquors. 
Gray James, saw mill. 
Groves W. H., livery and 
feed stable. 

Hanson John, miner. 

Harris Peter, miner. 

Hai wege H., laborer. 
Flaiwege Jacob, farmer. 

Hai wege Mrs. Jordan, frmr. 
Hel wege J. P., farm hand. 
Hoi ghtaling PL, miner. 
HUCG B. P., miner. 
Humphreys H., miner. 

Hum J. P., miner. 

Irwin Joseph, blacksmith. 
Irwin W. L., blacksmith, 
Jackson E. T., miner. 
Jackson Joseph, miner. 
Jackson Thos., miner. 

Jahray John, miner. 

JAYNE J 1 >., farmer and hotel 
i i6o a. 


CAM 17 


Jewett S. (L, farmer, i6o a. 
Jones Geo., miner. 

Jones J. J., miner. 

Jones John M., farmer. 
Jubert Victor & Co., miners. 
Kelso E. P., farmer. 

Kelser Peter, farmer. 

Kendall Ed., miner. 

Kendall G. W., Appeal Ag’t 
Kennedy John, frmr, 160 a. 
Lampman N. A., farmer. 
Lawrence Geo., Jr., farmer 
Locey T. U., meat market. 
Louis E., miner. 

Maccasell J., engineer. 
Mallory M. E. and W., frmr, 
1 60 acres. 

Mangels Peter, miner. 
MANSUR C. F., genl mdse 
and postmaster. 

Marrow Otis, carpenter. 
Martin F., miner and farmer. 
Mayo O. G., Supt Big Oak 
I Flat Gravel Mining Co. 
McBride & Co., miners. 
McBride James, miner. 
McCormick Samuel, miner. 
McCurdy Andrew, miner. 
McFalter Danl, mineralogist. 
McKenon Peter, miner. 
McKon Peter, miner. 
M’LELLAN J. G., tinner, hy- 
draulic pipe and builder. 
McMurry V. C. liquors. 
Meek J. R., genl mdse. 
Meunier Chas., miner. 

Milans Frank M., miner. 
MILLER H. G., dealer in cat- 
tle, wholesale and retail. 
Mott Fred., miner. 

Mullin Thos., farmer, i6o a. 
Munt Rich?^rd, clerk. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor Second and Broadway, Chico. 


Th5 Parnituro Hottse of Bntto Connty, HALLBT & LOY, opposite Unioii Hotel, Chico, Cal. 


Go to TICKNER, BURNHAM & Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Waggons and Parmingr Implements, Chico. 


Prescriptions compounded with care by Geo. W. GRAVES. 


YU HA COUNTY. 


CAM 


i8 CAM 


Nicholson J., miner. 

Nuttal John, miner. 

O’Connor Edward, fmr 160 a. 
O’Hara Chp.s , stable-keeper. 
Peck F. M.^ farmer, 80 acres. 
Pellisson P. & Co., farmer. 
Pendola J. B., butcher, 80 a. 
Peterson ]., miner. 

Pettinger James, coal maker. 
Price Eldward, miner. 
Pritchard j. VV., musician. 
Purcel Michael, miner. 
Quayle Wm., stock rch 160 a. 
lUMM JOHN, frmr and man- 
ufacturer of wines and 
brandies, 500 a. 

Ritchey Jerferson, frm, 1 60 a. 
Roach Mrs. M. 

Russell Peter, miner. 

Sailor Wm., mnr & stek rsr. 
Sampman A., farmer. 
Sharkey H., miner. 

Sharp John, stage driver. 
Shelton G., frmr, 160 acres. 
Silva Joseph, farmer. 

Silveira Joseph, miner. 
Skinner E. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Slack Henry, frmr, 1 60 acres. 
Skinner E. W., farmer, 

Smith C. C., druggist. 

Smith G. W., miner. 

Song Michael, frmr, 160 a. 
Sozier Jonas, miner. 
vSpencer Stephen, miner. 
Spicer S. B., miner. 
STEPHENS JOSEPH, miner. 
Stephens J. S., farmer. 
vStover Johnson, frm, 50 a. 
lliompson Arthur, miner, 
dlirane L. H., miner, 80 a. 
TH RAVES ROBERT, horti- 
culturist. 


Train Louis, farmer. 160 a. 
Turner Charles, miner. 
Turner M. Vk & Co., miners. 
Turnyear J. L., laborer. 
Twamley Riciiard, saw mill, 
80 acres. 

Underwood J. J., miner. 
Underwood Wm., farmer. 
Vann John, musician. 

Vann R., miner. 

V^ariel J. H., carpenter. 

Verrill C.harles, laborer. 
Walker Wm., miner. 

Walton J. H., baker. 

White Mrs. Jane. 

Whitney N. P., frmr, 160 a. 
Williams Thomas, miner. 
Williams Richard, miner. 
WinselmannJ. &Co., miners. 
Works Hiram, frmr, 132 a. 
Young Mrs. E. L. 

YOUNG JOSEPH R., notary 
public and conveyancer. 

Y oung Mrs. N. G., seamstress. 

Hanson ville. 

Is located in the foothills, twenty- 
five miles northeast of Marysville on 
the Forbestown stage road, and has 
a tri- weekly mail. There are very 
rich mineral deposits at this point,' 
and a ten-stamp quartz mill operated 
by water-power is in constant oper- 
ation. An extensive orchard owned 
by J. H. Hanson lies adjacent and 
also the old and well-known vine- 
yard of Paulin Rouze. 

Banbridge L., frnir, 160 a. 
Darby M. P., frmr, 16 acres. 
Fritch George, farm hand. 
HANSON J. H., horticulturist, 
farmer, and manufacturer 
wines and brandies, 80 a. 


E.A. HAKRINGTON, Tuints, Oils and Glass. 27 JD Street, ilarysvilie. 


& SOMMER, Chico. Pianos, Violins, Ag'cn^s for Es'cy Org'an and 


HON 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 


Hanson J. K., book-keeper. 
Hanson R. H., clerk. 

Herr John, farmer, H^o a. 
Howell Wm., hotel, 120 a. 
Hunter A. K.(> miner, 120 a. 
Johnson R. M., miner. 
McMillan A., miner. 

Quinn M., farm hand. 
Ramsey Samuel, frmr, 80 a. 
Roberts A. F., miner. 
Roberts & Co., miners. 
Roberts & Kendall, miners. 
Rodman B. D., frmr, 280 a. 
Rodrick M., frmr, 160 a. 
Rouze Pauline, orchardist, 
1 20 acres. 

Ruff Chas., sawmill, 480 a. 
Salsa John, frmr, 1 60 acres. 
Schroder Henry, mmer. 
SHATTUCK T. F., genl mdse, 
320 acres, Clayton ranch. 
Silva Joseph, miner. 

Soares V. B., frmr, 80 acres. 
Sooy Charles, blacksmith. 
Soras & Bro., frmr, 1 60 a. 
South Jackson, frmr, 160 a. 
Sullivan John, miner, 80 a. 
Thompson L. H., frm, 120 a. 
Thurston Samuel, frm, 160 a. 
Tufford James, miner, 235 a. 
Thurston M. C., frm, 185 a. 
Union Manufacturing Co. 
Wetmore J. M., genl mdse. 


GOODE LL L., farmer. 

Jackson Chas. C., frm, 240 a 

Jennings Louis, frmr, 160 a. 

Lunt E. R., teacher. 

PETRIE BROS., farmers, 640 
acres, 1 1 m M’ville. 

Phillips Luther A., frm, 209 a 

Richardson A. C., frm, 267 a. 

RICHARDSON A. M., frm, 1 60 
acres. 

RICHARDSON A.S., frm, 410 
acres. 

Sevies Lucy, 82 acres. 

SHAHP L. L., farmer, 220 a 


J. M. WETMORE, 


SUCCESSOR TO J. BROWN, 
Dealer in 


I I 


HONtUT, YUBA CO., CAL. 


Honcut. 

Twelve miles north of Marysville, 
has a postoffice with tri-weekly 
mail. It is the center of the finest 
agricultural district in the county. 


Burdick L. M., farmer. 
Foulk G. A., frmr, 250 a. 


Marysville. 

County seat of Yuba county and in- 
corporated city. This is the largest 
and one of the most prosperous 
towns north of Sacramento, and the 
central point for a large and highly 
productive agricultural district, and 
also draws a large trade from mining 
towns of the Sierra Nevada. In 
1841 the present site of the city and 
vicinity was occupied as a ranch, 
and was known as the Cordua Grant, 
being named alter a gentleman who 
settled upon it in that year under a 
lease from the veteran pioneer. 
General John A. Sutter. In 
the spring of 1849, Mr. Cordua dis- 
posed of his interest in this grant to 
Messrs. Nye, Covillaud & Foster, 
and then it became known as “ Nye’s 
Ranch. At that time but three 
buildings, adobe-built, graced the 
northern bank of the Yuba, and they 
were occupied by the gentlemen 


J, F. ITZWMAN. Tinner, FlamYer and Qas Fitter, Cor. Broadway and Third, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters^ Stock, Chico. Cal. 


Chico Plow ^^orhs Warran"^ all Thoir Work. 


C. W. GKAVES^ Toilot Ar^ic^23 aiii Porfaniory, Chica. 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 


above named. They were situated | 
nearly at the spot which is now the 
foot of D street. With the excep- 
tion of tliis incipient city of three 
houses, the whole of this vast plain 
was cnircly unchibellished by ait. 
What a contrast with to-day. Marys- 
ville covering an area of two miles 
sqnare, dotted with schools, churches, 
palatial residences covered with 
tropical verdure, flowering shrubs 
and fruits which for size and 
flavor challenge tiic world. In 
1841) the city was laid out and in 
1851 it was incorporated. On the 
' lying out of the town there was a 
great variety of opinions as to the 
proper name by which it should be 
called Some wanted to call it 
Yubavillc,^’ and some deeds were 
made out in that name. Others 
wanted to call it Yuba Oity ” — 
some “ Norwich,^’ and some “ Sica- 
dora — that being the favorite of 
Colonel Perry. While the discus- 
sion of the name was pending, a 
public meeting was called to take 
into consideration the general inter- 
ests of tlie new city. At this meet- 
ing, Captain Pdward iWer, from 
St. Louis, proposed to name it after 
Mrs. Covillaud, who was then the 
only white lady living on the town 
plot Her name being Mary, it was 
then and there determined that the 
city should be named Marysville. 
It is favorably situated for cominer- 
cial purposes, being at the junction 
of the Yuba with the Feather river, 
the latter navigable at all seasons 
for steamers of light draught. The 
California and Oregon Pailroad 
passes through the city, crossing the 
Yuba on a fine bridge. The Califor- 
nia Pacilic Pailroad, connecting at 
Davisville with the main line from 
Sacramento to Vallejo, was built to 
Marysville in 1809, but the high 
water of the Sacramento, in 1872, 
damaged it and trains no longer en- 
ter this city upon it, the northern 
terminus being at Knight’s Land- 


ing, on the Sacramento. The Nort- 
ern California Pailroad, from Mary- 
ville to Oroville, 29 miles, gives ac- 
commodation to the mining region 
of Butte, Sierra apd Plumas coun- 
ties, and brings their trade to 
Marysville. From its earliest settle- 
ment this has been an important 
center for staging, and although the 
railroads have transferred the travel, 
the business is still quite large. 
The city is on a level plain, about 
twelve miles from the foothills of 
the Sierra, and is surrounded by a 
broad extent of fertile and product- 
ive country contributory to it. The 
streets are broad and regular, the 
buildings of good style and gen- 
erally of brick, the residences being 
usually surrounded by finely culti- 
vated flower gardens, in which trop- 
ical plants and trees appear conspic- 
uously. Tire churches arc numerous, 
and many lofty spires point heaven- 
'.vard. The public school buildings 
arc capacious and costly, no city 
having finer educational institutions 
than Marysville. The City Hall 
and Court House arc large and 
elegant structures of brick, and arc 
ornaments to the city Water is 
supplied by an artesian well, aided 
by powerful pumping machinery, 
and well establishcci gas works 
furnish the illuminating fluid 
One newspaper, the Appeal^ is pub- 
lished daily and weekly, and is now 
in its eighteenth year of publication, 
and really dates back beyond this, as 
it succeeded by consolidation and 
change of name the Marysville Her 
aid. This was the earliest paper pub- 
lished in the city, the first number 
being issued March 24, 1851, mak- 
ing the Apjieal^ as a publication, the 
second oldest journal extant on the 
coast. 


AARON FRANK W. IL, Sec y 
M’villeSav. E^ank, re.s cor 
D and 7th. 


MlSSM. .J. PL’TN AM, Millinery cor. Fourth and D Streets, Marysville 


HfPBARJ) & S'CiyiMEH Chico, Agents for Boll Telephone. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Abbott Augustus, Teller 

with Rideout & “Smith, 
res cor E and 5th. 

Adams J. A., helper Empire 
Foundry,re?; cor 4th and E. 

Adkins Harry, pressman 

Marysville Appeal. 

Ahlstrom S. F., harness mkr 
with H. M. Harris, res B, 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Ahrensjoseph, street sprink- 
ler with E. L. Nash. 

Aitchison R. L., barber, res 

94 B. 

Aitken Ballantine, engineer 
Flour Mills, res Yuba Al- 

; ley, bet 5th and 6th. 

! Aldrich I. N'., Under Sherih, 

I Court House. 

Alfaro Jose, helper Empire 
Foundry. 

Allen W. C., clerk with M. 

* Marcuse & Co. 

Allmfent J. T., Sup’t Bag 
Factory, 29 D, res cor E 
and 3d. 

Ailment Mrs. J. F., shirt- 
maker, cor 3d and E. 

Aloysius, Sister Superioress 
College of Notre Dame, 
C bet 7th and 8th. 

Anderson A., boiler-maker 
Empire Foundry, res loth. 

Anderson E. Ibr., res cor. 
10th and Ramirez. 

Anderson P.,boot black, 74 C 

Anderson Wm., farm hand 
M’ville. 

ANDEKHON WM. R., frmr, 8 
m from M’ville, 300 acres. 

Andres Mrs. C., wid., res 82 
Maiden Lane. 


Andrews S., painter, 23 D, 
res 162 C. 

ANSORG C., furniture, 61 and 
63 D, bds Western House. 

Anthony Henry, barber with 
Lewis & Cousins. 

Arndt ]., carpenter, res 
P', bet loth and i ith. 

Arnold T. J., teamster, W. 
H. Knight. 

Arp Henry, agt Union Lum- 
ber Co., Yuba City Branch, 
res Y uba st. 

Ashford L. J., atty-at-law, 
SW cor 3d and E). 

Ashmore Mrs., farm. 

Ashmore Mrs. S., widow, 
res. cor D and 13th. 

Atchison Miss Ida, school 
teacher.res D bet 5th & 6th 

Atchison Robt., barber with 
R. L. Smith, res B nr 3d. 

Atkin Mrs. Eliza J., widow, 
res cor B and 8th. 

Attkison A., farmer. 

AttkisonT. B., farmer, 160 a. 

Aubrey A. W., carpenter, 
Swain & Hudson, res E, 
bet 5th and 6th. 

Aubrey Prank C., book- 
keeper with Rideout & 
Smith, res E bet 5th & 6th. 

Aubrey L. O., clerk, res 32 D. 

AULMAN MRS. A. C., board- 
ing house, 81 E. 

AYiiit L. R., land atty, late 
Register, Masonic bldg.cor 
3d and E, bds Western 
House. 

BABB L. H., Sup’t and Sec’y 
M’ville Water Co., cor 4th 
and D. 


N. MOAI\ Dentist, cor sSeeon^and Broadway, Chico, 


HALLET & LOY Sell Scwitig Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


TICENER, BURNHAM & CO.Bny Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico.' 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


MAR VU BA COUNTY. MAR 


Babcock H. C., schl tchr, resj 
G, bet loth and i ith. 

FSabCock W, S., schl tchr, res 
G, bet lothand iith. 

Bahrenburg Henry, liqrs, 65 
D, res C bet 3d and 4th. 

Baird Geo., frmr. 160 acres. 

Baird Geo H , agt C. P. R. 
R., rms Dawson House. 

BAKER G. S., owner stallion 
Potomac, at Bruce &Gratf’s 
stable, res ist, bet D & E 

Baker Wm., farm hand. 

BALDWIN S. D., watches & 
jewelry, 57 D_, res E, bet 
4t and 5 th. 

BALLALBIOUN, teamster, res 
E bet 2d and 3d. 

Ball B., livery and feed stable, 
67 C, res B, bet 2d and 3d. 

Ball Geo., sup’t soda factory, 
cor 2d and Virgin alley. 

Bare Benj., Ibr, res 47 Sixth. 

BARNE.S MRS. JENNIE, dress- 
maker, res 5th, bet E and F. 

Bare Peter, ibr, res 47 6th. 

Barkley J., school teacher. 

Barnes A. P., undertaker, 36 
D, res cor B and 7th. 

Barradel Alex., machinist, M. 
Ville foundry, res Cal. Al- 
ley, bet 5th and 6th. 

Bame J. B., frmr, 160 a. 

BARRIE J. P., frmr, 800 a. 

Barry Patrick, baker, D. 

Barthe E. (Barthe & Pache), 
res 93 B. 

Barthe & Pache, liquors, cor 
B and 3d. 

BARI LE P. W., frm, 480 a., 
5 miles from M’ville, old 
Lincoln road. i 


Basley W m., baker, res 1 9 2d. 
Basney O. F., res cor P' and 

1 1 th. 

Basney Virgil, Ibr, with Jas. 
Cook. 

Basseet P'red., waiter U. S. 
Hotel. 

BATCIIELDER A. J. & €0., 

grocers, Masonic blk, NE 
cor 3d and E. 

Batchelder A. J. (A. J Batch- 
elder &Co.), bds Western 
House. 

Bates j. R., farmer. 

Bates Robert, rooms F", bet 
6th and 7th. 

Bayne Richard, atty-at-law, 
58 D. 

Beach M. S., teamster, res 
cor A and 12th. 

Beck Mayer, clerk, cor 3d 
and D, res 198 D. 

Becker Chas. J., barber with 
Jos. Becker, res cor 6th & E. 
BECKER JOS, hair-dresser & 
baths, 90 D, res cor 6th&E. 
BEENY G. W., frm, 700 a., 9 
m from Marysville. 

Beeny Theo., farmer. 
BELCHER A BELCHER, attys 
at-law, 78 D. 

BELCHER E. A., atty-at law 
and notary public, 78 D, res 

1 2 7 D. 

Belcher I. S. ( Belcher & Bel 
cher), res cor 6th and E. 
Belcher W. C. (Belcher & 
Belcher), res cor Sixth & C 
BELDING L., soda factory, 
cor 2d and Virgin Alley. 
Bellew Miss Mary, res cor D 
and 6th. 


COLUSA STAGE CO., General Ofllce, Colusa, Cal,, E. A. Haii'ington, Gen. Supt. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


MAR 


VUBA COUNTY 


MAR 23 


BELL & GAUKETT, grocers, 
cor 3d and High. 

Bell Harry A., clerk, 95 E), 
boards Dawson House. 
Bell VV.M. (Bell & Garrett), 
res D, bet 4th and 5th. 

Bennett James, farm hand, 
Marysville. 

Benning D. H., farm hand, 
Marysville. 

Berg Henry, res 154 El. 

Bergeret Jos., res 3d and 2d. 

BEIIRIE JOHN F., frmr and 
stock grazing, 1000 a, 8 m 
from Marysville. 

Bethel J. F'., waiter, res 142 
4th. 

Beyersdorfer E\, cook, U. S. 
Hotel. 

BharenbergJ. H., frm, 160 a. 

ItlGEiOW B., guns, ammuni- 
tion and gunsmith, 95 D, 
res same. 

BINGHAM A.C., with Decker 
& Jewett, bds Western 
House. 

Binney A. J., cor 3d and E. 

Binney Chas., res 143 E, 

BIRDSALL S. T., atty-at-law, 
St. Nicholas bldg, boards 
Western House. 

Bishop S. W., book-keeper, 
with E. C. Ross & Co. 

Black David, horse shoer, 
with Chas. Bryant. 

Blanchard H., farm hand. 

Blanchard John, farmer. 

Bland Wm., Ibr, res cor A 
and 2d. 

Blin A , barber and ladies’ 
hair-dresser, cor B and 3d. 

Bliss E. E., saloon-keeper. 


BLISS vS. M., County Judge, 
Court House, res i m north 
of 1 6th street. 

Blodgett & Jenkins, butchers. 
City Market 

Blodgett S. (Blodget & Jen- 
kins), res cor Sixth and I, 
Blue Frank, frmr and saloon 
Boase Wm. J., druggist with 
Wm Englund, rms iioD. 
Boardman C. F., frm, i (io a. 
Bolmer Mrs. Mary, (wid) res 
C, bet 8th and 9th, 
Bomatter Cha , (S H. Brad- 
ley & Co.), res Virgin Al- 
ley. 

Bomberg Chas. A., Ibr, res 
4th near A. 

Bomber Chas., res Gardens 
on A St 

Bon R , waiter. Golden Eagle 
Hotel, res 38 A. 

Boomer H. K., frmr, 340a. 
BOON THEODORE, groceries, 
511, 58 and Co C. 

Boorman J. E. (E. C. Ross 
& Co ), res cor 5th & High 
BOOTH & ECKART, M’ville, 
foundry, cor 4th and B. 
Booth Jno. W , teamster, res 
Yuba, bet 6th and 7th. 
Borden H. R., pattern mkr, 
bds U. S, Hotel. 

Bordwell & Daily, liquors, 

I I Cl 3d. 

Bordwell J. R. (Bordwell & 
Daily), res 158 4th. 

Bossen Mrs. Margaret, (wid), 
res 145 E, bet 5th and ( .th 
Bost, J. M Ibr, res 103 6th. 
Bothick John, butcher, bds 
U. S. Hotel. 


J. F, I^EWMAK. Tizmdr, Fluster and Gas Fitter. Cor. Broadway and Third. Chico, 


HALLET & LOY Sell all kinds of Sewing- Machines at Lower Prices than any other House on the Coast Chico, CaD. 


Plows a Specialty at Cliico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 




24 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Boulton David R., clerk, with 
E.C. Ross & Co., res 1 58 C 

Bowen Joseph, clerk, with F. 
Terstegge, res N E cor 4th 
and H. 

BOYD (J. H., dentist, cor 3d j 
and D,res D bet 7th & 8th 

Boyer John H., frm, 720 a. 

Bradley A. D., barkeeper, 
with Barthe & Pache. 

Bradley J, C., Notary Public, 
res 150, Sixth. 

Bradley J. W., farmer. 

Bradley S. H. & Co., black- 
smiths and wgn mkrs, cor 
3d and B. 

Bragg W. F. (Richardson & 
Bragg), bds 27, 2d. 

Bradley S. H.(S. H. Bradley 
& Co.), res B, bet 3d & 4th 

Bradley W., farmer. 

Brannan Patrick, dresser, 
woolen mills, res B, bet ist 
and 2d. 

BRASS J., cigars and tobacco, 
99 D, res same. 

Breeden Major, frmr, 290 a. 

Breeden Richard, frmr, 105 a. 

Breeden R.^ Ibr, res cor B 
and 9th. 

Britton J. F., farm hand. 

Brodie Samuel, clerk. Bell & 
Garrett, rooms 55 3d. 

Brogan James, blacksmith 
with J. A. Sneed, res iii 
High. 

Bronk L. P., carpenter, Swain 
& Hudson, res F, bet 1 ith 
and 1 2th. 

Brooks Benj. B., Ibr, res (39 B 

Brow E., constable and boot- 
maker, 138 3d, res cor 14 


and D. 

Brower J. ( Brower & Read), 
res Colusa. 

Brower & Read, Pacific 
Windmill, C bet 4th and 
5 th. 

BROWN C. F., Deputy Co. 
Treasurer, Court House, 
rooms 99 C 

Brown D. H., foreman Em- 
pire Poundry. 

Brow'll Frederick, miller, res 
7th, bet D and E. 

Browm & Huff, frms, 300 a. 

Brown Harry (L. P. Denney 
& Co). 

Brown Hyman (P. Brown & 
Bro.), res 198 D. 

Brown M. F., clerk with C. 
A. Stratton & Co. 

Brown P. & Bro., clothing & 
tailors, NE cor .3d and 1 ). 

Brown Paul, miller, rms 99 C 

Brown Philip (P. Brown & 
Bro.), res 198 D. 

Brown Thos., painter, bds 
U. S. Hotel. 

Bruce Eugene B. (Bruce & 
Graff), res 4th,bet Dand E. 

Bruce & Graff, feed stable, 
cor 4th and C. 

Bruce Hiram, carpet factory 
and junk dealer, 12 1 ist, 
res same, 

Bruce J. H., frm & hotel, 10 
m M’ville. 

Bruck Ernest, musician. 

Bruens H., harness mkr with 
H. M Harris. 

BRYANT CHAS., horse-shoer, 
82 C, res cor D and 5th. 

Bryden David, frmr, 160 a. 


COLUSA STAGE COMPANY, General Office, Colusa, Cal., E. A. Harrington, Gen. Snpt. 


HIBBARD' & SORiMER, Chico, Jewelers, Sialioners a*'^ 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 25 


«KYI)EN JAMES, frmr and 
stock raiser, ic.oo a 12 m 
fm M’ville, La Porte road. 
Bryden J, E,, farmer, 80 a, 
Buckeiew VVm. C,, asst post- 
master, res 3d, bet High 
and D. 

Buckeye Flour Mills, cor 5th 
and Yuba, 

Buckharm F,, farm hand. 
Bundy Edgar plasterer, res 
8th, bet B and C, 

Burdick C., frmr, 480 acres, 
Burdick C, B., farmer, i( oa. 
Burk Jas,, farmer. 

Burk John, farmer. 

Burke V, ],, painter, rooms 
1345th, 

Burke Wm,, Jr,, painter, res 
SE cor 8th and I), 
Burkhardt M. A,, druggist 
withG, Hornung,res 198 C 
Burns Mrs. (\vid),frm, i^!oa. 
Burns J R., painter, res 
107 Sixth. 

Burns Mrs M. farmer, p o a. 
Burns Spencer, Ibr, 181 F. 
Burns Wm., farmer. 
Burroughs Jno., porter, cor 
3d and D. 

Burows Mrs. M. S. (wid), 
res E, bet nth and 12th, 
Bushby Geo., sheep-raiser. 
Bushnell C. H, (Jenkins & 
Bushnell), res cor D and 

3d. 

Bussard J., farm hand, 

Butler Geo., frmr, res E, bet 
Sixth and 7 th 

BUTTELMANN FRED. & CO., 
liquors, cor 2d and Maid- 
en Lane. 


Buttelmann Fred (FVedJ^ut- 
telman & Co ), res cor ('.th 
and C, 

Button C, G„ clerk with A, 
P. Spear, 

Byers Jno., hostler, 102 2d, 
bds Western House. 

CALDWELL A. B., surgeon, 
cor 3d and D., res 194 I). 

CALIFORNIA NORTHERN R. 

R. , office Odd Fellows’ 
building. 

Canning Mrs , widow, cor C^ 
and 7th. 

Camp Frank, machinist, res 

_ 50 2 d. 

Campbell Danl (Murphy & 
Campbell), res Maiden 
Lane, bet 2 and 3d, 

Campbell K , boot maker. 
91 D, rooms d, near D, 

CAMPBELL W. L., atty at 
law. Court House, bds U. 

S. Hotel, 

Canning Mrs, (wid), cor Sixth 
and 7th, 

Canning David, harness mkr 
with H. M, Harris, res 
Maiden Lane, bet 8th 
and 9th. 

Canning Jno., laborer, res cor 
C and 7th. 

Cannon John, frmr, 240 a. 

Cannon N. B , broom-maker, 
cor 7th and D, res bet H 
and I. 

Cantlin D. L., frmr, 320 a 

Carden Rev. P. L , clergy- 
man (Presbyterian), res 
125 D. 

Carew M , liquors, 140 3d, 
res cor D and High. 


J. IM. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALZiET & LOY Sell all kinds of Sewingr Machines at Lower Prices +han any o'herHonse on the Coast Chico, CaT). 


TICKNER, BURrJHAM & Co., Main and Third Strcets,^ Chico, Sell Every thing Cheap. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 


26 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Carigan P , laborer, res 

G, bet 9th and loth. 

Carmody Ed., crpntr, Swain 
& Hudson, rms cor 2d and 
High. 

CARSTENBROCK JNO., liqrs, 
cor 4th and A, res cor 3d 
and Yuba Alley. 

CASAl) M. R., City Marshal, 
106 3d, res cor 2d and D. 

CASEY BROS.,, poultry and 
produce. City Market 

Casey Joseph, barkeeper at 
55 D. 

Casey Simon, barkeeper with 
W. W. Ward. 

Casey Thos. (Casey Bros.), 
land owner, 640 acres, cor 
5th and D. 

Casey M. E. (Casey Bros.), 
res cor 5th and D . 

Castello James, frmr. 400 a. 

Castro I , tmstr, cor D and 1 3 

Catholic Church, cor Sixth 
and 7th 

Cattanach John, harness mkr 
with V. L Earnshields, res 
5 th, bet E and F. 

CAUTHRON CHARLES, frm, 
770 a, 8 m from M’ville, 

Chandon A., frmr, 400 a, 

Chandon J. J,, frm, 4(’o a. 

Chase Thomas, wgn mkr with 
Paul Weber, res 4th, bet 
B and C. 

Chatton J. W., frmr, iho a. 

Cheim Heiman, book-k’pr 
with Union Lumber Co. 

Cheim Joseph, clerk with 
Louis Lask, 

Chinn Mrs. Mary, (wid), res 
49 A. 


Chester John D., frm, iho a, 
Christian Lucien, bag sewer, 
29 D, res 1st, bet D and E 
Churchill Fred., clerk, corner 
5th and E, res E, bet 7th 
and 8th. 

Churchill Henry, trmr, res E, 
bet 1st and 2d 
Churchill James, frm, 80 a. 
Churchill Philip, frm, H'oa. 
City Market, 3d, bet C and D 
Clark A., gas fitter, bds 
Dawson House. 

CLARKE. C}., varieties, 1243d 
Clark H. A , policeman, 106 
3d, res St Nicholas bldng. 
Clark Henry, teamster, res 
24 Merchant alley. 

Clark James, frm, 547 acres. 
Clark Monroe, helper, Em- ! 

pire P'oundry. j 

Clark Sandy, fmr, 157 acres.! 
Clark Mrs. S. F., res 94 B. | 
Clay Henry S., porter, VV . 

T. Ellis, res 2d bet A & B. 
Cleveland J. M., Iqrs, Wstrni 
House, res 178 6th. i 

Clifford M., farmer, 80 acres. ! 
Clopton W m., clerk. Geo. I 
North. j 

Clothier Mrs. A. H., widow, j 
res B bet 6th and 7th. | 
Cobb Chas. E., book-keeper : 
Empire Foundry, boards' 
Western House. 

Cockrill C., capitalist, 144 3d 
Cohen Isidor (Wm. Cohen 
& Co.), bds Wstrn House. 
Cohen Wm. (Wm. Cohen 
& Co.), bds Wstrn House. 
Cohen Wm. & Co., dry 
goods and carpets, 93 D. 


E. A. Harringlon, Faints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMIVIER Chico, Agfcnts for Bell Telephone. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


COHN E., clothing, 59 D. 

Cohn J. G , clothing, NE cor 
D and 2d, res cor D and 
5th. 

Colburn J. E , carpenter, res 
E, bet 1st and 2d. 

Colby J. W., frm, 3,097 a. 

Cole Edward, blacksmith, 
W. C. Ogden & Son, bds 
Western House. 

Coleman H, A., clerk, 98 D, 
bds Dawson House. 

Colford John, policeman, 106 
3d, res 205 B. 

College of Notre Dame, Sis- 
ter Aloysius Superioress, 
C bet 7th and 8th. 

Collier A., farm hand. 

Collin Chas., porter with W. 
W, Ward. 

Colling S., laborer, M’ville 
Eoundry. 

Coult Mrs. E A., teacher, res 
cor D and 7th. 

COLUSA STAGE CO., Har 
rington & Schellenger 
propr,office E bet 3d & 4th 

Comassi G., groceries, 71 
Maiden Lane. 

COMSTOCK A. M., manager 
Cal. Northern R. R , Odd 
Fellows’ bldg. 

Comstock R , blacksmith. 

CONDON & HOWARTH, mar- 
ble works, 2d near E. 

Conkey C. P., clerk with G, 
S Cooley, res cor E & 5th 

Conners John,mouldr,M’ville 
Foundry. 

Condon David (Condon & 
Howarth), bds Dawson 
House. 


COOK JAMES, M’ville Soap 
Works, cor i6th & Yuba, 
res same. 

Cook W. B,, carriage maker 
with Chas Raish. 

Cooley Allen (White, Cooley 
& Cutts), res 204 D. 

COOLEY G. S., groceries, cor 
C and 4th, res cor C & 6th 

Coombs L., farmer. 

COOMBS N. D.,frm and sheep- 
raiser, 1,500 a, 12 m from 
M’ville. 

Cooney L). J., barkeeper, 96 
D, bds U. S. Hotel. 

Cooper A. B., bootmaker 
with Philip Fisher, res cor 
7th and C. 

COPELAND MRS. J. A., wid., 

186 C. 

Copeland Mrs. N., dress- 
maker, 23 D. 

CORCORAN \VM., Receiver 
Cal. N. R. R., res S. F. 

Corbin Wm. H., harness mkr 
with W. L. Lawrence, rms 
Maiden Lane, bet 2d & 3d. 

CORNELL J. G., frm, 615 a, 
10 m from M’ville. 

CORONA MRS. D. ¥., dress 
mkr, 81 E, res same. 

Corr Mrs. M., wid., res 72 C. 

Cory Harry, jeweler with S. 
D. Baldwin, res E, bet 4th 
and 5th. 

COUGHLAN WM., gardener 
and nurseryman, res cor 
A and 9th. 

Coulombe Neree, painter 
with C. F. Laney, bds Me- 
chanics’ Hotel. 

Court House, cor D and 6th. 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor Third & Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Buildingr Paper, Carpet, Carpet Lining- and Cotton House Lining (Chico, Cal. 


Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Flow Works. 


G. W. GHAVES, Second and ESain Streets, Chvoo. 


28 mar YUBA COUNTY. MAR 

Cousins J.O. (Lewis & Cou 
sins), res 2d, bet A and B. 

COWDEN D. H., atty-at-law, 
58 D, res 195 D. 

Craft F. Joseph, soapmaker 
with James Cook, res cor 

1 6th and Yuba. 

Crane T. B., frm, 178 acres. 

Crane L. T., Receiver U. S. 
Land Office, cor ^d and E. 

Creighton David (Moon & 
Creighton), rms 142 4th. 

Creps S., farmer, 240 acres. 

Creque Amel, harness makr 
with V. L. BZarnshields. 

Crook , surveyor, 58 D. 

Crook A. B., clerk W. T. El- 
lis, res D, bet i stand 2d. 

Crook W. H., book-keeper 
with W. T. Ellis, res 1st, 
bet D and E. 

Crooks J. E., land agt C. P. 
R. R., rooms 58 D. 

Crothers James, frmr, 160 a. i 

Crowell A. W., book-keeper 
with G. S. Cooley, rms cor 
C and 6th. 

Crowell C. H.. truckman W. 
T. Ellis, res ist, bet D 
and E. 

Crowell G. W., butcher. City 
Markt, res 1 st bet D & E. 

Crowley Timothy, barkeeper, 
E, W. Mull, rms cor 2d 
and High. 

CUADIIA DOMiNGO, frm, res 
Maiden Lane, bet 2d & 3d. 

Cull David, farmer, 314 a. 

PIJMBERSON A. J., groceries, 
fruits, seeds, etc., 120 3d, 
sole agt Briggs’ fruit, res 
io8 E. 

Culloo Thos., frmr, 840 acres 

Cummins A. B., sign painter, 
res cor E and 1 ith. 

Cummins Mrs. C., widow, 
res cor Eand i ith. 

Cummins G. G,, painter, res 
cor E and 1 1 th 

Cunningham Edward, printer, 
M’ville Appeal, res J, bet 
4th and 5th. 

CUNNINGHAM FRANK, Fore- 
man Appeal office, res 143 

5 th. 

Cunningham Jno , policeman, 
io 5 3d, res J,bet 4th & 5th. 

Cunningham R O., baggage 
master C. P. R. R., res 
Yuba, bet 7th and 8th. 

Curry Geo., jeweler with A. 
Lavis & Son, res 6th and 
High. 

Curry J. C., farmer, 480 a. 

Curry T., farmer, 400 acres. 

Curry Wm., bootmaker with 
Moon & f reighton, res cor 
6th and High. 

Curtin, laborer. Flour Mills. 

Curtiss John, carpenter, 192 
High, res D bet 6th & 7th 

Cutter W. M., court reporter, 
res cor 6th and E. 

Cutts A. D. (White, Cooley 

6 Cutts), res Rideout 
block, 7th bet High and E. 

Cutts A. W. (Subers & 

1 Cutts), res i 50 D. 

Cutts G. C., clerk White, 
Cooley & Cutts, res cor 
D and Fifth. 

Cutts James M., frmr, 440 a. 

Daggett D. O., frm and stock 
raiser, 1 ,000 acres. 


COiiUSA S'iAltJ^ CO., Oeuurul OlUve, Coliua, Cal., A. Hari’ingtoii, (ieu. ilupt. 


QHIEB^EP f C WWER, Ctico, Elark Eccks, Writ icg- Fapcr, Fens and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 29 

Daily M. B. (Bordwell & 
Daily.) 

Dale Geo., farm hand. 

Daley Chas., hostler, 102 2d, 
bds Golden Eagle hotel. 

Dallam J. S., mailing clerk 
M’ville Appeal, rest B, bet 
4th and 5th. 

DALL L., frm and blacksmith, 
160 acres, NE M’ville. 

Dailey Ered., butcher with 
Blodgett & Jenkins, bds 
81 e : 

Dalton H., res A bet 8th 
and 9th. 

Danby Richard, farm hand. 

Dancis Jacob, wagon mkr 

with Paul Weber. 

Daniels Mrs. Alice, wid., res 
9th, bet A and Yuba. 

Daniels Joe, salesman 95 D. 

Danville S., frmr, 260 acres, 
res (3roville. 

Danzeis Wm., farm hand. 

Davis, tailor, res 2d, near A. 

Davis A. (A.. Davis & Son), 
res 67 D. 

DAVIS A. & SON, watches 
and jewelry, 67 D. 

Davis B. E., carpenter, res 
cor 7th and High. 

Davis E. A., atty-at-law and 
Dist. atty, 44 D,res 127 D. 

Davis Mrs. E. A., schl tchr, 
res 127 D. 

Davis Joseph (A. Davis & 
Son), res 67 D. 

Davis Norman, waiter, U, S.j 
Hotel. 

Davis 0. E., operator W. U. 
Telegraph, res 7th, bet D 
and E. 

DAWSON C. D. (Lockwood 
and Dawson), res cor 2d 
and D. 

Dawson Henry, harness 
cleaner, 102 2d, bds Wstrn 
House. 

DAWSON HOUSE. Mrs. Mary 
Drinkle proprietress, cor 
2d and E. 

Dawson James, frmr, 160 a. 

Day Henry, helper Empire 
B'oundry, res Virgin alley, 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Deane Mrs. Mary S., widow, 
res 8th, bet 1 > and E. 

Dearbaum Ghas., frmr, 160 a. 

Dearborn Jno. S. (White & 
Dearborn), res cor G and 
7th. 

DECKEK & JEWETT, bank 
ers, 60 D. 

Decker Peter (Decker & 
Jewett), res 60 D. 

Deguire Spotswood, farmer, 

] 60 acres. 

Dehn Henry, barkeeper 
with Wm. Eberlein. 

DEIL LEONARD, far mr, 80a. 

Delay Timothy, laborer, res 
208 A. 

Demaine Jno., turner, Swain 
& Hudson. 

DeMOTT wm., plain and or- 
namental plasterer, res cor 
2d and High. 

DENNY. L. P. (& CO., wind- 
mills, E bet 2d and 3d. 

Denney L. P. (L. P. Denney 
& Co.), res cor 2d and 
High. 

Dennison Wm. Hostler, 
Selby & Co. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor Secondhand Broadway, Chico, 


HALLST & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Pranes ani Window Cornico (Shico, Cal.) 



Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BURNHAM & Co’s, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


30 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 

Depangher Mrs. Jane, res 26 
Yuba alley. 

Depuy E. S. (Saul & De- 
puy), res cor 5th and B. 

Derrenger Joseph, painter 
with C. F. Laney, bds U. 
S, Hotel. 

DERRICKSON D. P., plast- 
erer, Supervisor ist Dist., 
res E, bet istand 2d. 

Descalso Jose, res cor B and 
First. 

Despree Edward, waiter Gol- 
den Eagle Hotel. 

Devere Mrs. Eliza A., res 77 

A. 

Dever Michael, engineer, res 
92 8th. 

Devoe E. M., frm, 200 acres. 

Devoe Z. S., frm, 522 acres. 

Devolt James, blacksmitb, 
res 203 B. 

Dexheimer Mrs. E., widow, 
res 31 Cal. alley. 

Dick Chas., harness mkrwith 
Amos Fisher, res 153 D. 

Dick Chas., machinist, Mville 
Foundry. 

Dickey J. T., Iqrs and varie- 
ties, cor 2d and C. 

Dickey R., book-kpr White, 
Cooley & Cutts, bds at 
E. E. Meek’s. 

Dickerson A. J., hostler with 
Kent & Percy. 

Dick Jno., machinist Empire 
Foundry, bds Golden Ea- 
gle Hotel. 

Dimick Miss Maggie, cham- 
bermaid U. S. Hotel. 

Dingman Mrs. M. J., widow, 
dress mkr, res 7th and 

Maiden Lane. 

Diver Chas., laborer, res 
23 2d. 

Diver John, farm hand. 

Divver Martin, engineer 
Woolen Mills, res 8th, bet 
B and C. 

Docbler , farm hand. 

Donahue Danl, butcher with 
P. C. Slattery, sheep 
ranch, i6oa, res 72 D. 

Donahue James, marble 
worker, bds Dawson Hse. 

Donovan John, frmr, 160 a. 

Donovan M., laborer, res G, 
bet lothand iith. 

Donovan J. P., engineer, rms 
cor 4th and D. 

Doom Mrs. Virginia, farmer, 
160 acres. 

Dorsey Benj., porter w ith 
White, Cooley & Cutts. 

DOUGALL THOS., dry-goods, 
98 D, res 132 D. 

Dowell Chas., brick mason, 
res 7th, bet D and E. 

Downey carpenter, bds 81 E. 

Dow N. G., Sec’y Union 
Lumber Co., res 7th, bet 
D and E. 

Doyle Wm., drayman Union 
Lumber Co. 

DRINKLE MRS. MARY, pro- 
prietress Dawson House, 
cor 2d and E, 

Driscoll John, laborer. 

Driver Jno,, sash mkr with 
Jno. Peffer, res E, bet 3d 
and Fourth. 

DEKE SAMUEL, tinner,roofer 
and plumber, - 59 C, res G, 
bet 9th and loth. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD & SORFIVIER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Wa*chcs in 8 Years, 


MAR VURA COUNTY. MAR 31 

Duncan Peter, dry-goods, 39 
D, res same. 

Dunne J., farmer, res G, bet 
I ith and 12th, 

DUNNING Z., road house and 
saloon, 596 acres, 3 m fm 
M’ville. 

Dupee, carpenter, Swain 

& Hudson. 

Dupee Mrs. R. A., dress mkr, 
res 140 4th. 

Dutten Geo., blacksmith, res 
46 A. 

EAKNSHIELDS Y. L., har- 
ness and saddles, SE cor 
C and 3d, res 5th, bet E 
and F. 

EAST 3 IAN J. F., postmaster, 
cor E and 2d, res cor 8th 
and G. 

EBEIiLEIN WM., liqrs, 70 D, 
res H, bet 7th and 8th. 

Ebers Herrman, clerk with 
J. G. Cohn. 

Eccleston Louis, book-kpr 
with Decker & Jewett, rms 
cor 4th and High. 

Eccleston Richard, book-kpr 
M’ville Woolen Mills, rms 
143 4th. 

Eckhart Geo. R., Cashier 
with Rideout & Smith,rms 
2d, bet E and High. 

Edsinger John '(Morgan & 
Edsinger), cor 6th. and B. 

Ehrlich Chas., hides, cor D 
and ist, res 151 D. 

Ehrlich Sol., clerk, 79 D. 

EILERMAN B., ' Deputy Co. 
Clerk, Justice of Peace and 
Not’ry Public, Court House 
res cor 6th and I. 

Eilerman H., tailor, 123 2d, 
res E, bet 5th and 6th. 

Elder Geo., clerk. Bell & 
Garrett. 

Eldridge M., farm hand. 

Elliott J. M., frm, 160 acres. 

Ellis M. C., Plour Mills at 
Sesma, res cor C and 5th. 

ELLIS W.T., whl’sale grocer, 
forward’g and commission 
merchant, cor D and ist, 
res cor D and 8th. 

Elmore E, farm hand. 

Elwell R. W., carpenter, res 
30 B. 

Empey Geo., teamster, cor 
4th and A. 

EMPIRE FOUNDRY, H. B. 

Williamson Sup’t, cor 5th 
and F". 

Empy Geo,, hostler, with 
Geo. Heintzen. 

Engel Frank W., harness mkr 
with W. L. Lawrence, res 
57 B- ; 

Engel J. P., clerk, 68 D, res 
B, bet 2d and 3d.. 

Engel Peter, engineer, res 
59 B. • « 

Engel Peter, Jr., watchmaker 
with A. P. Spear, res B, 
bet 2d and 3d. 

England Wm., druggist, 108 
D, res 1 10 D. 

English Philip, laborer. Flour 
Mills. 

Enlow 0., farm hand. 

Episcopal Church, cor^ 5th 
and E. 

Ernest Chas,, waiter. West 
ern House. 

Evans, miller. Flour Mills. 

1 


J. E. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Cas Fitter, Cor. j^roadi^ay & Third, Chico. 


ballet &. LOY Sell Sewing- Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farmingr Implements. 


G. W. Gsavas, ’Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Evans Mrs. J. H., widow, 
res 149 4th. 

Ewina W m., carpenter, C. P. 

r."r. 

Fahrion G., frmr, 1,800 acres. 

FARNHAM A., propr Golden 
Eag-le Hotel, cor 2d and C 

P'arnham Alfred, farmer, 

Farrell John, mason. 

Farrell Thos., plasterer, res 
I, bet 7th ancl 8th. 

F'aulkner C. M., clerk U. S. 
Hotel. 

Fells W. F., news agent, res 
cor G and 9th. 

Fetrow Mrs. A. D., widow, 
94 8th. 

Fields Harry, clerk Golden 
Eagle Hotel. 

F'ilcher Bros., frm, 560 acres. 

Filcher Thos., frm, 320 acres 

Filcher Wm. B., frmr, 80 a. 

F'ilkins Mrs. C. E,, widow, 
40 2d. 

Finch Geo., farm hand. 

Finch W., farm hand. 

Finn Jno., barkpr, bds Goldn 
Eagle Hotel. 

Fischer Claus,, hostler, cor 
6th and B, 

Fischer Joseph A. (Hirsch 
& Fischer), res 73 D. 

FISHER AMOS, harness, sad- 
dles and carriage trimming, 
NE cor 3d and C, res E, 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Fisher Philip, boots and 
shoes, 103 D, res 115 E. 

Fisher Sami, harness mkr, 
with Amos Fisher. 

Fitzgerald John, clerk, 106 
D, rms 55 3d. 


Fitzgerald Jno., baker, 100 D. 

Fitzgerald L. H., tinner with 
E. C. Ross & Co., res 160 
Virgin alley. 

Fitzgerald M. (Sewell & 
Fitzgerald), and City Clerk 
and Assessor, 106 3d, res 
t^cor 6th and Virgin alley. 

Fitzpatrick Miss Annie, 

. chambermaid U. S. Hotel. 

Fitzpatrick C., frm, 160 acres 

F'lagg Mrs. T. F'., widow, res 
Commercial alley. 

FLANNERY P. J., boots and 
shoes, 9 1 D, res same 

FLATHMANN JNO. F., liqrs, 
cor 3d and Maiden Lane, 
res cor 3d and B. 

FLETCHER WM., dry goods 
and carpets, NW cor D 
and 3d, rms 42 D. 

Flint D. R., harness mkr, 
VV. L. Lawrence, res Maid- 
en Lane, bet 2d and 3d 

Flint I. H., chemist, with J. 
P. Scott. 

Flint Thos. J., druggist with 
W. P. Flint, res cor G 
and 6th. 

FLINT W. P., physician and 
druggist, 1 1 8 3d. 

Folcum Andrew, rms cor 2d 
and D. 

FOLSOM H.,‘ frm, 480 acres, 
NE of M’ville, Townsend 
Hill. 

Forbes P. F., W. U. Tel. 
line repairer, bds Dawson 
House. 

Ford Geo., clerk, C, A. Strat- 
ton & Co., rms 99 C. 

Ford L. A., hostler, 114 2d. 


MISSM. J. PUTNAM, Millinery cor.Fourthand D Streets, Marysville 



HIBBARD & F'Cr^MFR, Chico, Cpiicians. Telescope Spectacles and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 33 


Forney Al., painter, bds U. 
S. Hotel. 

Foster J no. C , carder woolen 
mills, res 53 2d. 

Fox D. D., frmr, 69 acres. 

Freeman , tailor with E. 

Cohn, rms 156 C. 

Freeman W. R., artist, SW 
cor 3d and D. 

Freidel C., frmr, 118 acres. 

FREl BERGER FRED., feed 
stable, cor 6th and B, res 
cor 6th and Maiden Lane. 

Fridle C., laborer, res cor J 
and 9th. 

Friedman Wm., tailor with 
E. Cohn. 

FRIEND MRS. E., widow, cor 
3d and Yuba alley. 

Frohn C., teamster, res cor 
A and 13th. 

Friend Homer, laborer, res 
cor A and 2d. 

FRONK GEO. M. (Fronk & 
Hayes) & Co. Coroner, 
res cor H and 5th. 

FRONK & HAYES, Under- 
takers, 3d near D. 

Frost Martin, farm hand, 
Yuba City. 

FROST & SHAFFER, furni- 
ture, 24 and 26 D. 

Frost S. L. Sr., cabinet mkr. 
Frost & Shaffer, res 28 D. 

Frost S. L., Jr. (Frost & 
Shaffer), res 28 D. 

Fulcher F. G., frmr, 160 a. 

Fulcher J. C., frmr, 80 acres. 

Fulcher John S., frmr, 80 a. 

Fulcher R. V., frmr, 320 a. 

Fuller Albert, waiter, cor 7th 
and Cal alley. 


Fulton Fd., stage driver, bds 
Western House. 

Gaby Mrs. Anna, widow, res 
69 Maiden Lane. 

Gallagher F. and P., frmr, 
320 acres. 

Galligan Mathew, frmr, 80 a. 

Ganyard Allen B., watchman 
Empire Eoundry. 

Ganyard Belden, waiter. 

Garber Samuel, Collector, 
87 D, res same. 

GARCIA M. R., dancing tchr, 
res 108 Yuba alley. 

Garcia Mrs, M., widow, res 
108 Yuba alley. 

Garcia Pedro, laborer, res 
9th, bet A and Yuba 

Garcia Richard, painter with 
C. F. Laney. 

Garrett Mrs. Jane, widow, 
res 56 A. 

Garrett J. R. (Bell & Gar- 
rett), res St. Nicholas bldg 

Gassaway Horace, printer, 
M’ville Appeal, res D, bet 
5th andt'th. 

Gassaway J. H., barber, 136 
2d, res 163 D, 

Gassaway J. R., barber, at 
2d near D. 

Gates James, tinner, with 
White, Cooley & 'Cutts, 
res Cal alley, bet 6th 
and 7th. 

Gates, teamster. Fire Dept, 
1 103d. 

Gates W. T., harness mkr 
with H. M. Harris, res Cal 
alley, bet 6th and 7th. 

Gavin Mrs. Anna, wid., res 
Yuba bet 6th and 7th. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


The Furniture House of Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Dry floods, Fancy Goods, Carpets Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICICNBR, BURNH^IVl Sc Go’s, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 


MAR YUKA COUNTY. MAR 


Gay Mrs. Catherine, widow, 
res 8th, bet A and Yuba. 

Gelzhauser J. C., painter, res 
cor H and 9th. 

GEORGE P guns, ammuni- 
tion and gunsmith, 102 2d, 
and harness and saddles, 
res same. 

GERBER E., boot mkr, 62 C, 
res same. 

Gerber Jno., boot mkr with 
E. Gerber. 

Gianella Bros., frm, 1,400 a. 

GIBLIN THOS., frm, 240 a, 
2 miles from M’ville. 

Gill R. B., machinist, 1103d, 
bds Golden Eagle. 

GILMAN B. F., manager Red 
House Trade Union, 95 
D, bds Dawson House. 

Gingell J., res 146 4th. 

Glaze A. C., carpenter, resD 
bet 4th and 5th. 

GLEASON C. farmer, 560 
acres north of MVille. 

Goldsmid A. F., clerk, rms 

59 D. 

Goff^ A. M., wagon mkr, 99 
C, res same. 

Gloor Samuel, laborer with 
G. Sieber. 

Goering J., cooper, res cor 
5th and H. 

GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, A. 
Farh a m, propr, cor Cand 
2d. 

Goodwin J. O., atty at-law, 
78 D., land owner, 2,300 
acres, Sutter Co, 

GORHAM CHAS. M., Cashier 
M’ville Foundry, res E, 
bet 5th and 6th. 


Gordon F. D., gunsmith at 
95 D, res same. 

Gore W. T., perter with W. 
T. Ellis, 1754th. 

Gould E. H., frmr and sheep 
raiser, 940 acres. 

Grace Rev. T., clergyman 
(Catholic) res 7th, bet C 
and D. 

Graf Jacob (Bruce & Graf), 
res cor 4th and A. 

Grant & Durfee, farmers, 320 
acres. 

Grant Geo., miller. Buckeye 
Mills, res A, bet 5th & 6th 

Grant Geo. B., carder woolen 

• mills, rms cor 2d and D. 

Grant H., frmr, 80 acres. 

GRASS F. A., frm and Aider- 
man, res 5th, bet A. & B. 

Grass Bros., frms and wine 
growers, 300 a, one mile 
NE M’ville. 

Grass Frank (Grass Bros.) 

Grass Peter (Grass Bros.) 

Graves Chas , fmr, 240 acres 

GRAY A. C., frm, alfalfa hay 
and stock grazing, 760 a, 
4 miles fm M’ville. 

Gray Chas., carpenter, rms 
cor 2d and D. 

GRAY C. N., carpenter, 60 E, 
rms cor D and 2d. 

Gray R. L., carpenter, res 
loth, bet Ramirez and 
Yuba. 

Greely Justus, Prest Flour 
Mills, res cor 6th & Yuba. 

Green W. & Co., Downie- 
ville stage line, office 
Western House. 

Greu T. P., farm hand. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Agrents for Bell Telephone. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


GREEN W. H., expressman, 
cor D and -^d, bds U. S. 
Hotel. 

Gregg Mrs., widow, res cor 
G and 8th. 

Grey Thos., barkeeper, 98 D, 
rms cor 3d and E. 

Gribner John, liqrs, cor 4th 
and C, res same. 

Griffin P. H., peddler with 
J. H. Pender. 

Groh V., butcher, res cor 
loth and Yuba alley. 

Grotton Nathaniel, hostler, 
102 2d, res C, bet 2d and 

3d. 

Grove Louis, barkeeper, 65 
D, rms B, bet 5th and 6th. 

Gummow Wm., blacksmith 
and land owner, 320 a, res 
141 5th. 

Gunther Jacob, expressman, 
res I bet 7th and 8th. 

Guptill , carpenter, bds 

81 E. 

Gurney B. B.,school teacher, 
res 105 F. 

Hacker J., farmer. 

Haggerty James, moulder, 
M’ville Foundry. 

Haggerty Jno., mason. 

Hall Geo., moulder. Empire 
Foundry. 

Hall J. A., farmer, res cor A 
and 1 1 th. 

Hallack C. W., music tchr, 
res 139 5th. _ 

Hallett Catherine, frm, 104 a 

Halm Mrs. E., widow, res 
20 A. 

Hamblet G. E., farm hand, 
P. O. Moore’s station. 


Halsted F. S., clerk U. S. 
Land Office, rms cor 7th 
and D. 

Hamlin J. C., farmer. 

Hammon J. H., frmr, 701 a. 

Hammond H., farmer. 

Hampshire Geo., engineer, 
res 99 B. 

Hampshire Jno., blacksmith, 
res B, bet 4th and 5th. 

Hampton C. C., clerk. Geo. 
North. 

Hapgood Mrs. Emma, schl 
tchr, bds i 72 E. 

Harden A. VV., painter. 

Harbin G. L., laborer, res cor 
9th and Yuba. 

Harding Chas., frmr, 240 a. 

Harding John R., frm, 80 a. 

HARDING SAMUEL, farmer, 
hams, bacon and stock 
grazing, 1,800 a, 10 m fm 
M’ville. 

Hardwick Edward, clerk with 
A. J. Cumberson, res St. 
Nicholas bldm 

o 

Hare J. K., groceries, SW 
cor 6 and 7th, res B, bet 
6th and 7th. 

Hare J. R., peddler, res B. 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Hare Sami, barkeeper, U. S. 
Hotel. 

Harney D. H., machinist. 
Empire Foundry, and chief 
Engineer Fire Dept, res B 
bet 5th and 6th. 

Harrigan Bartholomew, la- 
borer, res Abet ist & 2d, 

HARRINGTON C. C., physi- 
cian, cor 3d and D, res 
129 D. 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor Third & Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewing- Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments' for'all Machines, Chico, Cal. 



Chico Plow Works Make and Repair. Farmingr Implements. 


G. W. GR/iVjEiS; Medical Wines and Liquors, Chico. 


36 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


HARRINGTON E. A., paints, 
oils, etc., 27 D, res 205 E, 
and stage propr, E bet 3d 
and 4th. 

Harrington John, mason. 

Harrington L. L., clerk, res 
205 E. 

Harrington M. T., marble 
worker, res High, bet 7th 
and 8th. 

HARRINGTON & SCHELLEN- 
GER., proprs Colusa Stage 
Co., 82 and 84 E. 

Harrington Wm., plasterer, 
rms 154 B. 

Harris Mrs. A., res 86 B, 160 
acres. 

Harris Geo W., manager 
M’ville Theater, res same. 

HARRIS H, M., harness, sad- 
dles and carriage trimming, 
NW cor 3d and C, res cor 
6th and I. 

Harris Major, buggy washer, 
102 2d,bds Lafayette Res- 
taurant. 

Harrold Louis, clerk with 
Wm. Eletcher, res 3d, bet 
Band E. 

Hartlerode A., farm, 40 a, 8 
miles fm M’ville. 

Hartmann Erederick, car- 
penter, res 40 3d. 

Harvey Daniel, barkeeper 
Western House Saloon. 

Harvey Mrs. Wm., widow, 
res 143 4th. 

Hasting Mrs., widow, 480 a. 

Hausinger Julius P., harness- 
maker with W. L. Law- 
rence, rms Cal alley. 

Hawley E. H., frmr, 560 a. 


Hayes Beni., tailor, at kq D, 
bds U. S. Hotel. 

Hayes D. (Eronk & Hayes) 
res cor 8th and Cal alley. 

Hayes John, teamster. Flour 
Mills. 

Hearsch Jno.^ blacksmith, res 
98 B. 

Hearsch W. J., operator W. 
U. Tel. Co., res B, bet 3d 
and 4th. 

Hedge Leroy, teamster with 
Jacob Tomb. 

Heenan Patrick, frmr, 160 a. 

Hegarty Thos., harness mkr, 
with V. L. Earnshields. 

Heimerl Jacob, wgn mkr, cor. 
4th and C, res Cal. alley, 
bet 2d and Third. 

HEINTZEN GEO., feed stable, 
cor 4th and A, res cor Cal. 
alley. 

Hemenway Miss M., school 
teacher, 

Henderson Sam’l, clerk, 39 D, 
res same. 

Herbert John C., shoe mkr, 
with F.Terstegge, res 9 7 B. 

Herrgott Henry, porter U. 
S. Hotel. 

Herrmann John, liqr, 55 D, 
res cor D and Sixth. 

Heyl Chas., tinner with Chas. 
Schwartz,res 3d, betE & F. 

Heyl Jos., tinner with Chas. 
Schwartz, res 3d, bet E & F 

Hickerson Mathew,frm, 320a 

Hill E. K., principal High 
School, res 7th, bet D & E 

Hines Rev. J., clergyman, 
(Catholic), res 7th, bet C 
and D. 


Miss M. J. Futman, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SCnCI^IER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames, Vases. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 37 


Hill Jas., Ibr, res cor A & 5th. 

Hinkley E. K., Ibr, res 19 1 B 

Hirsch & Fischer, furniture, 

73 D. 

Hirsch Fred., (Hirsch & 
Fischer), res 181 Fifth. 

Hobel Jno.,boot mkr with F. 
Terstegge, rooms 69 D. 

HOBLITZELL H. S., Police 
Judge & Insurance Agt., 
res 1 5 7 C . 

Hochstadter Adolph, (Hoch- 
stadter & Bro.), res cor D 
and Second. 

HOCHSTADTER & BRO., 

clothing, furnishing goods, 
hats, &c.,D bet 3d and4th 

Hochstadter Simon, (Hoch- 
stadter & Bro.), res cor D 
and Second. 

HOFFART WM., Iqrs, 83 E. 

HOFFMAN & MARKER, Eagle 
Saloon, cor 3d and Virgin 
alley. 

Hoftman Samuel, (Hoffman 
& Marker), rms St. Nich- 
olas building. 

HOFSTETTER J.U., groceries, 
NW cor D and5th,res NW 
cor C and Eighth. 

Hogan J. H., photographer 
with Amos Woods, bds 
Western Hotel. 

Holland C., R. R. Engineer, 
res cor Second and D. 

Holland Geo., Roadmaster 
C. P. R. R., rms cor 2d 
and D. 

Hollingshead A. M.,frm, 360 
acres. 

Hollingshead G.W. & E.W., 
510 acres. 


HOLLISTER H.H. & J., frms, 
1300 a. 6 m from M’ville. 

Holmes C. E. S., rms cor 3d 
and E. 

Hooper E., teamster, res cor 
I and Fifth. 

Hopkins J., watchman, res 
cor G and Ninth. 

Horn E. H., barkeeper, res 
135 Fifth. 

HORNUNG G., druggist, 72 D 

HOSKIN R., propr Empire 
Foundry, cor 5th and F. 

Hortop Philip, miller, res 
127 D. 

Howard S. L., atty-at-law, 
103 D, res same. 

Howarth Geo., (Condon & 
Howarth), bds Dawson 
House. 

Howe Ithamer, photographer 
with AmosWoods,bds 81 E 

HOWLAND B. F„ Boston 
Photograph Gallery, SW 
cor D and Third. 

Howser A. N., gardener, res 
G, bet 9th and i oth. 

HOWSER B. W., atty-at-law. 
Notary Public, searcher of 
records and conveyancer, 
138 3d, res 61, Bell’s Row 

Howser Mrs. S. P., wid, res 
G, bet 9th and loth. 

Hudson E. H., (Swain & 
Hudson), res D, bet 4th 
and Fifth. 

Hudson F. D.,Vice President 
Union Lumber Co., res cor 
C and Fourth. 

Huff & Brown, frmr, 300 a, 

Hughes W. D., carpenter, res 
D, bet nth and 12th. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist, Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOT Sell Wall Paper, Buildings Paper, Carpet, Carpet Liningj and Cotton House Linings (Chico, Cal. 


TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co.^lMain and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everythingr Cheap. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


38 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Huffmaster E., 160 a, 

Hunt G. P., blacksmith, 97 
C, res 95 C. 

Hunting-ton Mrs. M. E., wid, 
173 Fourth. 

Hunt J. P., hostler, boards 
Western House. 

Hunt P.C., res 4th, bet B&C 

Hunt T. E., telegraph opera- 
tor, depot. 

Hurst Henry, frmr, 160 a. 

Hutchinson H.T., frm, 280 a 

Hutchinson P. L., farmer. 

Hutchins T. W., farmer. 

HurvilerJ., frm, 160 a. 

HYAMS & CO., groceries, SE 
cor B and Seventh. 

Hyams D. S., (Hyams & 
Co.), res A, bet 9th & loth 

HYDE GEO. A., job printer, 
M’ville Appeal, res 107 F. 

Hyde H. F., butcher with A. 
B. White, res 157 B. 

INLOW S. E.j frm, 994 a, 7 m 
from Marysville. 

Irwin A. C., res 131 D. 

Irwin J., teamster. 

Jackson Frank M., police- 
man, 1 1 6 3d, res 5th, bet 
A and B. 

Jacobs Louis, clerk, 93 D, 
rooms 4th, near D. 

Jayne Jno^ stage driver, bds 
Western House. 

JENKINS & BUSHNELL, liv- 
ery stable, 102 2d. 

Jenkins C. N., (Blodgett & 
Jenkins), res cor 12th & D 

Jenkins Edward C., hostler, 
res cor 2d and A. 

.Jenkins Geo. L. (Jenkins & 
Eushnell), res 46 2d. 


JENKINS J. C. A CO., barbers, 
5c, D. 

JENKINS R. S., livery and 
feed stable, 5 th bet E and 
P', res 188 5th. 

Jennings James L., frm, 320 
acres. 

Jennings L. C., buss man 
Western House. 

Jennings Mrs. Mary Ann, 
boarding house. 

Jewett J. H. (Decker & 
Jewett), res 60 D. 

Johnson )., surveyor, res cor 
9th and G. 

Johnson Jno. B., barber with 
Chas. Wencel, res 18 A. 

Johnson J. R. (J. C. Jenkins 
& Co.), res 48 2d. 

JONES A. P., frm and carpen- 
ter, 1 60 a, 8 m frm Marys- 
ville. 

JONES E. J., frm, 1,000 a, 8 
miles from M’ville. 

Jones E. W., frm, 790 acres. 

Jones Miss Jane, school tchr, 
res cor 2d and D. 

JONES MRS. J. J., farmer. 

JONES J. M., frm and stock 
raiser, 800 acres, 8 m from 
M’ville. 

Jones Riley, laborer, F bet 
6th and 7th. 

Jordan Jno. J., painter with 
Saul & Depuy. 

JoryMiss Emma L., schltchr. 
West Bear River tp. 

JORY H., varieties and fruits 
and land owner, 320 A, 
103 D, res 3 m north of 
M’ville. 

Joyce James A., clerk at 95 D 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



ZIIBBAnS & SOnniER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Tears. 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 39 


Joyce J. H., butcher with P. 
C. Slattery. 

Juchen Peter, boot mkr, at 
9 1 D, res 8th bet B and C 
Kallenbach C., laborer, res 
8th, bet G and H. 
Kallmeyer H., frm, i loacres 
Kavanaugh Gerald, tinner, 
with E. C. Ross & Co., res 
207 B. 

Keene Danl F., teamster, res 

57 A. 

Keep U. S,, farm hand, 
Keetley Harry, driver W.F. 

& Co., rms 42 D, 

Keller Mrs. John, widow, res 
82 Maiden Lane. 

Kellogg M. N,, hackman, 
Western House, 

Kellog Mrs. A. E., widow, 
res G bet ■5th and 6th. 
Kelley Eugene, laborer, res 
High bet 6th and 7th. 
KELLEY L. E., physician, 
(homeopathic), D bet 4th 
and 5th, res same. 

KELSER G. F., frm, 400 a, 3 
miles from M’ville. . 
Kelser Christian, frmr, 1 60 a 
Kendall D. B,, laborer, res 
4th and C. 

Kennedy J, C., miner, 37 a. 
KENNEL JACOB, Lafayette 
Restaurant and lodgings. 
Maiden Lane bet 2d & 3d 
Kenneson Ed., carpenter, 
rms cor 2d and D. 
Kenneson Moody, laborer, 
Kennison E. H., carpenter, 
rms cor 2d and D. 

Kent & Percy, livery stable, 
cor C and 3d. 


Kernan Thos. H., book-kpr, 
with Swain & Hudson, 
rms cor 7th and High. 

Kerns Jo.seph H., lqrs,96 D, 
res 1 78 E. 

Kerns Miss S., res 178 E. 

Kerr James, rag carpet fac- 
tory, cor 8th and C, 

Kerr W m., City Sexton, res 
151 F. 

KERTCHEM I). J., auction 
and commission, SE cor 
2d and D, res 115 Sixth 

KETTNAUER PH., cigar mkr 
and cigars and tobacco, 57 
C, res same. 

Kidd L. R., Printer, M’ville 
Appeal. 

Kiefer Frank, tailor at 123 
2d, rms B bet 3d and 4th. 

Killeon Geo., blacksmith, 
W. C, Ogden & Son. 

Kimball C. B., res 136 D. 

Kimball E. N., tinner with 
E. C, Ross & Co., res E, 
bet 7th and 8th. 

Kimball Harrison, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Kimball Thos,, farmer, res 
cor I and 7th. 

KIMBLE J. W., frm, 160 a, 7 
miles fm M’ville. 

Kingsbury J, C., clerk Bell 
& Garrett, res 56 A. 

King J., white-washer, res 
cor 1 2th and Ramirez. 

Kippe Danl, butcher with P. 
C. Slattery. • 

Kirk Jno., miller, bds Daw- 
son House. 

Kister E. M., carpenter, res 
cor 8th and H. 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber &. Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway &,lThird, Chico, 


HALliBT Sf. LOY Sell Window Shades. Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico. Cal.) 


Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES, Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico- 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


KLEIN WM., hatter, 76 D, 
res 1 1 7 F. 

Klepzig J. C. E., gunsmith 
with P. George. 

Klockenbaum M. J., teamster, 
res head of 2d. 

Knight D. E., agt M’ville 
Woolen Mills, res 70 B. 

KNIOHT W. H., forwarding 
and commission, flour and 
grain, cor 3d and High, 
bds Western House. 

KNORSA JACOB, German 
Bakery, Coffee & Chop 
House, 107, 109 C, res 
same. 

Knorsa L. P., blacksmith 
with Chas. Raish. 

Korb Jacob, pickle manu- 
facture, 58 Maiden Lane. 

Kosby E., druggist with G. 
Hornung. 

Krause Fred. L., Deputy Co 
Recorder and Auditor 
Court House, res C, bet 
3d and 4th. 

KRAUSE J. H., Auditor and 
Notary Public, County Re- 
corder, Court House, res 
92 C. 

Krebs H., German Minister, 
res J bet 5th and 6th. 

Crucker J., waiter, U. S. 
Hotel. 

KUHN LEOPOLD, cigars, to- 
bacco, books, cutlery, &c, 
78 D. 

Kuster Fred., i , 300 acres frm 

KUSTER SAMUEL, frmr, 950 
acres. 

Kyes" E. H., carpenter, res 
'’cor iithandE. 


La Boeuf Frank, moulder, 
Empire Foundry, res cor 
B and 5th. 

Lachenmayer Gotleib,'! mltr 
with G. Sieber. 

Lafond Chas., melter M’ville 
^'foundry, res 53 A. 

Lamdin G. W., expressman, 
res cor J and 5 th. 

Landus Chas., moulder, Em- 
pire Foundry. 

LANE RILEY, frmr, 1,266 a, 
8 m east of M’ville. 

LANET C. F., carriage ptr,cor 
3d and Virgin alley, res 
57 3d. 

Langdon E. D., frm, 240 a. 

Langengerg Chas,, hostler, 

Larrabie J. H., frmr, 160 a. 

Lask Joseph, elk with Louis 
Lask. 

Losk Louis, clthng, 80 D. 

Laton M. F., liquors, cor 5 th 
and F. 

Lauber Mrs. L. (wid.), res 
147 E. 

Lauchley Mrs. E., dressmkr, 
res 20 A, 

Laurie A., moulder,res G bet 
9th & loth. 

Lavey W. F., frmr, 1,650 a. 

LAWRENCE W. L., import’r 
& mnfr harness, saddles, 
carriages, buggies, &c., 103, 
105, 107 2d, res 131 D. 

Laziear M. C., 420 a. 

Lea Wm., moulder. Empire 
Foundry, res 5th, bet H 
and I. 

Learmont John, salesman. 
Union Lumber Co., res 
7th bet B and C. 


Colusa Stag-e Co., General Office, LColusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 


HIBBARDC& SOMMER, 'Chico, Blank Books, Writing- Paper, Pens a’ld 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY 


Lee Albert, agt H. T. 
Holmes & Co, Lime De- 
pot, 4th bet B and C 

Lee Mrs. C. A., res 156 C. 

Lee J. H., engineer, res I, 
bet 5th and 6th. 

LeFavor W. F., Broom Fac- 
tory, 151 and .153 2d, res 
25 E. 

Lefren'P. A., watch mkrwith 
Stone & Howard, bds 
Western House. 

Lennon Michael, carpenter, 
res 55 3d. ■: 

Leslie Andrew, miller, flour 
mills,, res A bet 5th & 6th. 

Lewek Solomon, steward U. 
S. Hotel. 

Lewis A. W. (Lewis & 
Cousins), res 108 E. 

LEWIS & COUSINS, barbers 
and baths, 64 C. 

Lewis J. T., laborer, res cor 
14th and Yuba. 

Lincoln Lewis, clerk 27 D, 
res 205 E. 

Littlefield Mrs., dress mkr 
with Mrs. E. J. Sherman, 
bds 81 E. 

Lobb James, boot mkr at 91 
D, res E near 7th. 

Lockhart Mrs. M. E., dress 
mkr, res Y uba, bet 1 1 th 
and 1 2th. 

LOCKWOOD & DAWSON, 

proprs M’ville Appeal, cor 
2d and Maiden Lane. 

LOCKWOOD E. J. (Lockwood 
& Dawson), res B bet 4th 
and 5th. 

Logan Abram, laborer. 

Lothrop Geo., varieties, 8 7 C. 


MAR 41 


Lott Harry C., clerk with 
Wm. Fletcher, res 3d bet 
D and E. 

Love Mrs. S. E., dress mkr, 
res 150 4th. 

Lovett Mrs. M. D., widow, 
res 186 5th. 

Love W. A., saddle-tree 
mnftr, cor iithand Yuba. 

Low Chas., painter, bds 144 
4th. 

Lowrey & Nelson, feed 
stable, 82 and 84 E. 

Lowrey James (Lowrey & 
Nelson), bds U, S. Hotel. 

Lowry Mrs. Jno,, widow, res 
105 E. 

Lucas Chas. B'., clerk with 
M. Marcuse & Co., res 1 89 

D. 

Luke W. E., moulder, Mville 
Foundry. 

Lydon James P., tinner with 
White, Cooley & Cutts,res 
cor C and 7th, 

Lydon Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res cor C and 7 th. 

Lynch Edward, Jr., sheep- 
raiser, 160 acres. 

Lynch Edward, Sr., sheep- 
raiser, 160 acres. 

Lynd Albert, laborer, res cor 
9th and Cal alley. 

Lynd C. A., laborer, res cor 
Cal alley and 9th. 

Maben Edson, clerk with T. 
Boon, res cor 7th and 
Maiden Lane. 

Maben J. A., book kpr, T. 
Boon, res 7th, bet C 
and D. 

Maguire John, frmr, 1 70 a 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second, and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET St LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building- Paper, Carpet. Carpet Lining- and Cotton House Lining- (Chico, Cat. 



TICKNER, BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Magowen Hugh, blacksmith 
with Paul Weber. 

Maguire Owen, carpenter,res 
cor 5th and J. 

Mahle Fredk, frm, 240 acres. 

Mahoney Thos., frm, 160 a. 

Main Albert, street sprinkler 
with E. L Nash. 

Major j. H., frmr, 600 acres. 

MARCUSE M. (M. Marcuse 
& Co.), Pres. M’ville Sav. 
Bank, res NW cor D and 
4 th. 

Marcuse M, A. (M. Marcuse 
Sl Co., res 4th. 

MARCUSE M. A Ct)., cigars & 
tobacco, NW cor 1 ) & 2d 

Markwell Mrs. A., widow, 
res 148 4th. 

Marker H. B. (Horfman & 
Marker), rms Virgin alley 
bet 2d and 3d. 

Marker J. P., bootmaker, 90 
2d. 

Marston J. E., frm and sheep 
raiser, 400 acres. 

Martin Mrs. H. T., wid., res 
4th bet E and F. 

Martin James, blacksmith 
with Subers & Cutts. 

Martin Mrs. T. C., wid., cor 
2d and High. 

MARYSVILLE APPEAL 

(Daily and Weekly), Lock- 
wood & Dawson, proprs, 
cor Second and Maiden 
Lane. 

MARYSVILLE FOUNDRY, 

Booth and Eckart proprs, 
cor 4th and B. 

Marysville Gas Works, cor 
2d and B. 


M’YILLE SAVINGS RANK, 
M. Marcuse Prest, Frank 
W. H. Aaron, Sec’y, 
44 D. 

M’YILLE WATER CO., L. H. 

Babb, Supt and Sec’y, cor 
4th and D. 

M’ville Woolen Mills, D. E. 
Knight agent, cor 2 & B. 

Masonic Building, cor 3d 
and E 

Masson Miss C. A., schl tchr, 
bds cor E and 5th. 

MATTHEWS C., frmr, 112 a, 
m fm M’ville. 

MATTHEWS E., farmer and 
sheep raiser, 960 a, north 
of M’ville 

Matthews Geo , printer, Mville 
Appeal, res cor E and 8th. 

Matthews J. H., laborer, res 
cor E and 8th, 

Mauzey Edward, laborer, res 

57 B. 

Maxwell R. and C., farmer, 
160 acres. 

Mayoux Mrs. A., widow, res 
F bet 5th and 6th. 

M’ ADAMS M., frm and wine 
mkr, 105 a, i m fm Mville 

McAlla ]., painter, bds West- 
ern House. 

McArdle Henry, carpenter, 
res 8th' bet B and C. 

McArdle Jno., carpenter, res 
8th bet B and C. 

McArdle Lawrence, Iqrs, cor 
2d and C. 

McCabe P , teamster, res cor 
15 th and Yuba. 

McCaig James, clerk 91 D, 
res cor D and 1 3th, 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Years 


MAR YURA COUNTY. MAR 43 

McCalla Jno., carpenter, bdsj 
U. S. Hotel. 

McCann Stephen, farmer. i 

McCargar & Hamilton, frms 

M’CARTY DANIEL, Iqrs, 89 
D, res 95 D. 

McCarthy Jno , clerk with C. 
A, Stratton & Co. 

McCarthy Timothy (C. A. 
Stratton & Co.), res D 
near 4 th. 

McClain T. A., frm and car- 
penter, 160 acres. 

McClanhan Enoch, teamster 
with Jacob Tomb. 

McClement James, night 
watch City Market, res 
Maiden Lane bet 3d and 
4th. 

McCollum G. E., res 152 4th 

McCollum Jesse, hostler with 
McCoy & Co., res Bucha- 
nan St. 

-H’COLLUM R. D., frm, 160 a 
8 m fm M’ville. 

McConaughy James, mana- 
ger W. U. Tel. Co., 142 
2d, res cor 2d and E. 

McConnaughey Geo., peddler 
with J. H Pender. 

McCool Wm,, waiter. West- 
ern House 

McCormick J., bill-poster, res 
D bet 13th and 14th. 

McCormick T. J., nursery- 
man, res J bet 5th and 6th. 

McCoy & Co., livery stable, 
cor 3d and C. 

M’COY HANK L., Sheriff, 
Court House, res 165 D. 

McCoy H. J., hostler with 
McCoy & Co. 

McCoy W. L. (McCoy & 
Co.), res cor and C. 

McCray Kennith, frm, 160 a 

McDaniels G. L., frm, 2,189 
acres, res 199 E. 

McDaniel R. H., physician, 
108 D, res cor 3d and E. 

Mcl ermott P. J., widow, res 
cor 5 th and F. 

McDonald, , school tchr 

Linda tp. 

McDonald Mrs., widow, res 
cor 8th andj. 

M’DONALD GEORGE, frmr, 
320 a, 6 m fm M’ville. 

McDonald J. B., livery stable 
contractor and brick mkr, 

1 14 2d, res cor 7th and G 

McDonald Jno., machinist, 
Empire Foundry, res cor 
J and 8th. 

McDonald Malcom, black- 
smith, res B bet 3d & 4th. 

McEvil Peter, tailor with E. 
Cohn. 

McGinnity James, teamster 
with Jacob Tomb, res G 
bet 5th and 6th. 

McGovern R. W., machinist 
Empire Foundry, bds Daw- 
son House. 

McGowan Jesse, barber, res 
106 E. 

M’GOWAN M. C., frm, 200 a, 
5 m fm M’ville. 

McGowan P., wagon mkr, 
res cor 12 th and Yuba. 

McGrath Dennis, frm, 360 a. 

McGrath P., frm, res 5 th bet 

I and J. 

McGuinnis , teamster, res 

cor 9th and E. . 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber &, Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway &lThird, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Extras.Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 


McGuire Hugh, boiler mkr 
Empire Foundry. 

McGuire John, frm, 175 a. 

McKee Thos , wagon mkr, 
W. C. Ogden & Son. 

McKenney Anderson, car- 
penter, res cor 5th and Cal 
Alley. 

McKenzie A. L., carpenter, 
Swain & Hudson, rms D 
bet 4th and 5th. 

McKenzie J. B., carpenter, 
Swain & Hudson, rms D 
bet 4th and 5th. 

McKeown Thos., painter, res 
B bet 7th and 8th. 

McKinnon M., tailor with P. 
Brown & Bro., res 1 3.4 5th 

McLain B. G., teamster, 180 
acres. 

McLaughlin Wm., blacksmth 
Empire Foundry, res 5th. 

M’LEAN W. T., agt Wells 
Fargo & Co., and Ins agt, 
42 D, res cor D and 2d. 

McMillian D. B., frm, 160 a 

M’MILLAN I). & SONS, frms, 

' 480 a on Brighton road, 

NE of M’ville. 

McMillan Geo , farmer. 

McMillan James E., frm, 240 
acres. 

McMillan R., frm, 500 acres. 

McMillan Thos., tiijner with 
E. C. Ross & Co. 

McNamaB. E., broom mfctr, 
res 5th bet G and H. 

McNamee Thos., barkpr, 142 

3d. . 

McTavish Mrs. J., res cor H 
and 5th. 

McWell ' John, blacksmith. 


Meagher F. R., Iqrs, cor 2d 
and C, res 65 B. 

M. E. Church, cor 4th and E. 

MEEK E. E., County Clerk, 
Court House, l es 4th bet 
E and F. 

Meek Jason R., City and 
County Surveyor, cor 3d 
and E. 

Mehl Bernard, bootmkr at 9 1 
D, rms 6th near D. 

Mehl Chas., bakery, D bet 
5th and 6th. 

Mehl Jacob, carder Woolen 
Mills, res Cal alley. 

Mehl Jno., shoernkr, res i 38 
6th. 

MELVIN W. L., frm and stck 
raiser, 400 a, 14 miles fm 
M’ville. 

Mendoza J. R., music tchr, 
bds 81 E. 

Menter Geo., clerk, cor 4th 
and D, bds Dawson Hse. 

Menz Albert, gunsmith with 
P. George. 

Merk Christian, barkpr, res 

i8_3d. 

Merritt Geo., real estate agt 
and notary public, 103 D. 

Mertlick T. J , marble wkrat 

I472d. 

Meyer A., tailor, 123 2d, rms 
3d bet A and B. 

Meyer Clause, frm, 240 acres 

Meyers F. J., blacksmith with 
S. H. Bradley & Co., res 
.49 3d. 

Michals Wm., miller, res cor 
8th and Yuba. 

Miehe Henry, laborer. Flour 
Mills, res cor H and 7th. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD &. SCnGlMER. Chico. Faper Border Ficlurc Frames. Vases. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


MILLAR BROS.. Eldorado 
Orchard, 400 a, fruit of all 
kinds and hay. 

Miller Mrs. B., widow, res 
cor I ith and Swezy. 

Miller Miss Ella, dress mkr, 
res 5th bet C and D. 

Miller Enoch, frm, ;6o acres. 

Miller Geo. A., blacksmith, 
99 C, res 56 A. 

Miller James, laborer, res 
Yuba alley bet 1 th & 9th. 

Miller Robt, blacksmith in 
foundry, res E bet ist and 
2d. 

Miller Sami, laborer, res A 
bet 8th and 9th. 

Miller Wm., farmer. 

Mills , farmer 320 acres. 

Mills J. S., frmr, 320 acres. 

Mitchell C. R., machinist, 
Empire Eoundry, 

Mitchell D. S., carpenter, res 
cor D and 8th. 

MITCHELL J., frmr, 280 a, 
6 m fm M’ville, on the 
M’ville and Wheatland 
road. 

Mitchell Louis. waiter,Golden 
Eagle Hotel. 

Mix Geo., frmr, 300 a. 

Monroe James, blacksmith, 
M’ville tp. 

Moon Benj. (Moon& Creigh- 
ton), rms 142 4th. 

MOON & CREIGHTON, boot 
and shoe mkrs and deal- 
ers, 77 D. 

Moore Mrs. E., widow, 417 
a Sutter Co., res 115 6th. 

MOORE ISRAEL, frmr, 1 60 a, 
M’ville tp. 


Moore Mrs. J. W., widow, 
res 142 7th. 

Moran Martin, laborer, Mville 
Foundry. 

Morgan Arthur (Morgan & 
Edsinger), res cor 6th 
and B. 

Morgan Daniel, blacksmith, 
with Morgan & Edsinger. 

MORGAN A EHSINGER,black- 
smiths and wagon mkrs, 
cor 6th and B. 

Morgan Michael, blacksmith, 
W. C. Ogden & Son, res 
158 B. 

I Morgan W. W., harness mkr 
with H. M. Harris, res cor 
4th and H. 

Morris Mrs. M. E., wid., res 
5th bet B and C. 

MORRIS A NELSON, frmr.s 
2,000 acres, 8 miles from 
M’ville. 

Morrison Hugh, frmr, 1,267 
acres, 

Morrison John, frmr, 186 a. 

Morse Edward, laborer, bds 
U. S. Hotel. 

Morse H,, clerk with E. C. 
Ross & Go. 

Morse Jno., miller. Buckeye 
Mills, bds 81 E. 

Morton Rev Robt , clergy- 
man (Baptist), Reeds’ sta- 
tion. 

Mosier Geo., butcher with 
Blodgett & Jenkins, bds 
81 E, 

Moulton J,, frmr, cor 12th 
and Yuba. 

Moulton Yancey, porterwith 
G. Hornung. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LO Y Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters! Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Dry G^oods, Fancy Goods, Carpets Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNH AH & Co’s, Chiao. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, Chi^o. 


46 MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 


Mulane Martin, tailor with E. 
Cohn, bds U. S. Hotel. 

Mulhern Mrs. A. M., widow, 
res loth bet Ramirez and 
Y uba. 

Mullen Jno., teamster, res 20 
Yuba. 

MULL E. W.,liqrs& oysters, 
cor 2d and High. 

Munroe Simon (Munroe & 
Sutphin), res B bet 4th 
and 5th. 

MUNROE & SUTPHIN, car 
penters and builder^. 

Munson Mrs. Margaret, wid., 
res 23 D. 

MURPHY & CAMPBELL, Iqrs, 
72 C. 

MURPHY CEO. P., engineer 
Fire Dept, 1 10 3d, res 66 
Maiden Lane 

Murphy J. L. (Murphy & 
Campbell), rms 72 C. 

Murphy Mrs. M., widow, res 
cor 4th and I. 

Murphy Wm., drayman at 
Flour Mills. 

Murphy Wm. G., atty-at- 
law, 144 Third, res 149 
Fifth. 

MURRAY JAMES, laborer, 
res 194 D. 

Murray Robt, cook with W. 
W. Ward. 

Myers C., frmr, 320 acres. 

Myers Mrs. E., widow, and 
land owner, 636 a, res 
cor D and 12 th. 

Nagle M. E., varieties, 53 C, 
res 63 B. 

Nance J. M., cattle dir, res 
cor loth and Yuba. 


Nance Ottowa, laborer, res 
cor F and 9tli 

Nash E. L., 119 acres, Sut- 
ter Co. 

Neal G. W., carpenter, res 
192 E. 

Nealon Jno., driver with 
Casey Bros. 

Nelson Victor N. (Lowrey 
& Nelson) , bds U. S. Hotel 

Neseman Mrs. & Co., lodg- 
ing house, cor 2d and C. 

Newberry Mrs. C. ]., school 
tchr, res D bet 7th and 8th 

NEWBERRY H. C., Co. As 
sessor and Ins Agt. Court 
House, res D bet 7th 
and 8th. 

Newell Chas. W., spinner, 
res 55 2d._ 

Newens Isaiah, hostler. 

NEWHARH J. M., Iqrs, 142 
3d, res NE cor B & 5th. 

Newman Henry, bootmkr, F. 
Terstegge, 95 B. 

Newton Geo., frmr, 320 a. 

Niesen Theodore, barkpr with 
Fred. Buttelmann & Co., 
res 5 th bet E and F. 

Niewind Anthony, barkpr 
with J. F. Flathmann, res 
cor 3d and B. 

Nimberly W. A., frmr, 160 a 

Noonan David, painter with 
Saul & Depuy. 

NORTH GEO., hardware and 
agricultural implements. 
Masonic blk, cor 3d and 
E, res cor 7th and High 

Norton Jno., moulder, Mville 
Foundry, res Cal alley bet 
4th and 5 th. 


RLiss ra. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 47 


Norton Winthrop, laborer, 
bds U. S. Hotel. 

Nutter Mrs. M., widow, res 

53 3 d. 

Nutt Samuel, frmr, 160 acres 

Obeholzer G., frmr, res cor 
14th and Buchanan. 

O’Brien E., frmr, 320 acres. 

O Brien Luke, boot mkr, 5th 
bet E and B', res 79 High. 

O’Brien Mrs. P., wid., land- 
owner, 360 a, res cor D 
and 6th. 

O’Connor Bishop (Catholic), 
res 7th bet C and D. 

Odd Fellows’ Building, cor 
3d and D. 

O’ Parrel Mrs, M., widow, 
res B bet 8th and 9th. 

Ogden Joseph G. (VV. C. 
Ogden & Son), res 3d 
bet E and P'. 

Ogden W. C. (W. C. Ogden 
& Son), res 3d, bet E 
and F. 

Ogden W. C., Jr., black- 
smith (W. C. Ogden & 
Son.) 

OGDEN W. C. & SON, black- 
smiths and wagon mkrs, 
3d bet E and F. 

O’Keefe Mrs. M., widow, res 
cor B and loth. 

Oldfield Mrs. M. A., widow, 
res D bet 7th and 8th. 

O’Neil John, laborer, res 
cor A and 9th 

Onyett Mrs. E. M., widow, 
dress mkr, 61 Maiden 
Lane. 

Ord Mary, widow., rms St. 
NicHolas bldg. 


Ormsby Thos., blacksmith, 
with Paul Weber. 

Osgood G. N,, harness mkr, 
H. M. Harris. 

OSTROM D. A., frmr, 1,900 
a, 6 m fm M’ville. 

OYANDO JOSEPH, waiter, 
Lafayette Restaurant. 

Pache F. (Barthe & Pache), 
res cor B and 3d. 

Packard & Woodruff, capi- 
talists, 1 , 1 1 1 acres. 

PAGE C. A., barber, cor 3d 
and Maiden Lane, 

Page C. D., porter, W. H. 
Knight. 

Page Prank, res 104 2d. 

Paine Chas. (Westerfield & 
Paine), bds U. S. Hotel. 

PARKS BROS., wool growers, 
and 16,016 a in Sutter Co. 
cor 3d and High. 

Parks James, frmr, 160 acres. 

Parks P',, laborer, res G bet 
8th and 9th. 

Parks James, porter with 
White, Cooley & Cutts. 

PARKS R. F. (Parks Bros.), 
res San Francisco. 

Parks W. H, (Parks Bros), 
1 72 E. 

Parr Wm., blacksmith with 
S. H. Bradley & Co. 

Pascoe W. F., frmr, 1,360 a. 

PATTERSON C. M., Register 
U. S. Land Office, cor 3d 
& E, res E bet 6th & 7th. 

PEACOCK GEO. W., miller. 
Buckeye Mills. 

Peacock G. W., Sec’y Flour 
Mills, res H bet 6th and 
7th. 


J. F. Tinner, Plumber &. Gas Fitter, Cor Third & Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LG Y Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G.' W. GRAVES, Paiats, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


48 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Peacock W. F., book-kpr, 
res H bet 6th and 7th 

Pearl Mrs. M, E., widow, res 
160 D. 

Pearson , clerk, C. A. 

Stratton & Co., rnis 1 1 1 E. 

’^eel B., propr Mechanics’ 
Hotel, 89 and 91 C. 

Peffer Gottleb, sash- maker 
with Jno. Petfer. 

Peher Jno., planing mill, C 
bet 4th and 5th, res 5th 
bet C and B. 

Peirce S, S,, frmr, 160 acres. 

Pender J. H,, poultry, fish, 
produce, etc., 109 3d, res 
St. Nicholas bldg. 

Pender Mrs. L., millinery, 
102 D, rms St. Nicholas 
bldg. 

Percy A. J. (Kent& Percy), 
frmr, 552 acres 

PEKl ALBERT, dancing aca- 
demy and confectionery, 
94, 96, 98 D. 

PERI k CO., confectionery, 
ice cream, oysters, etc., cor 
4th and D. 

Peri E, (Peri& Co.), res 4th 
and D. 

Perry Mrs. Harriet, dressmkr, 
Maiden Lane. 

Peterson T. D., laborer, res 
B bet /th and 8th. 

Petrie Mary, frmr, 600 acres 

Pfund Jno., barkeeper, cor 
2d and C. 

Pheal Lewis, frmr, 1 60 acres 

Phelan Robert, frmr, 80 a. 

Pierce A., bag factory, 29 D 

Pierce Miss M. W., dress- 
maker, 28 High. 


Pierson T. A., book-kpr with 
C A . Stratton & Co 

Pierson W m . cabinet maker 
with C. Ansorg, rms cor 
3d and E 

Pine Geo. W., book-kpr with 
Geo. North, res cor H 
and 9th. 

Pippey E. W., machinist, res 
cor 8th and Cal alley. 

Pittman L., frmr, 160 acres 

Pixley G., wagon-mkr, res 
1 1 th bet E and D. 

Platte Frank, soda maker, 
res B bet 4th and 5th 

Plummer Sumner, painter, 
rms cor E and ist, bds 
Western House. 

Polly P. P., Constable, res 
42 A. 

Polthoff H., tinner with 
White, Cooley & Cutts, 
bds Western House 

Popert N. D , books and sta- 
tionery, 68 D, rms cor D 
and 3d. 

Porter Wm., miller, res cor 
7th and H. 

Poser Mrs. F., widow, res 
48 A. 

Potter F. W., harness mkr 
with H. M. Harris. 

Poullain Gus, clerk, 59 D. 

POWELL DAVID, physician, 
108 D, rms St. Nicholas 
bldg. 

Power F. J., Iqrs, 138 and 
140 2d, res cor C and 
7th. 

Powers Robert, labr, 200 C. 

PRATT MELVIN, teamster, 
rms E bet 2d and 3’d. 


Colusa Stag^e Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 49 

Pratt VV. L., frmr, 380 acres. 

Preston W. H., wagon mkr, 
W. C. Ogden & Son. 

Prickett E. S. (Thom & 
Prickett), res 61 B. 

Pumyea JohnS., hack driver, 
102 2d, 

Pumye.i Mrs. Mary A., farm, 
186 acres. 

PUTNAM MISS M. J., milli- 
nery and dressmaking, NE 
cor 4th and D. 

Putman V. C , expressman, 
res 73 A. 

Quigly F. J., painter, bds 
Golden Eagle Hotel. 

Quinlan J. S., Supt Mary.s- 
ville Woolen Mills, res 
165 B. 

QUINTWM., owner Percheron 
Stallion Papillion. 

Rainville Joseph, blacksmith 
with Chas. Raish. 

RAISH CHAS., blacksmith 
and wagon mkr, 105 3d, 
res D bet 6th and 7th. 

Rambke H., frmr, 610 acres. 

Randolph T. E., junk, cor D 
and 1 st, res E bet 1 1 th 
and I 2 th. 

Randolpli Thos., clerk with 
T. E. Randolph. 

Rank Wash, teamster with 
Jacob Tomb. 

Read W. G. (Brower & 
Read), bds Dawson Hse. 

RED HOUSE TRADE UNION, 
B. F. Gilman manager, 
95 D. 

Reardan J. S., res 159 C.. 

Regli B., dairyman, res cor 
Sampson and 12th. 

Regli Geo., driver with G. 
Sieber. 

Regli J., dairyman, res cor 

1 2th and Sampson. 

Reismann G. A., (Reismann 
& Warshauer) . 

REISMANN & WARSHAUER, 
dry goods, i lo D. 

Revere G., porter Selby & 
Co., res 1 56 E. 

Rhodes I. N,, swng mchne 
agt, 104 D, res 204 C. 

RICHARDSON A BRA(S(J, car- 
pntrs & bldrs, cor 1st & E. 

Richardson E. W., (Rich- 
ardson & Bragg), res 27 
2d. 

Richardson Weston, crpntr, 
res 26 2d. 

RIDEOUT N. D., (Rideout & 
Smith, mayor, res cor E 
and 5th, and Ind ownr Co- 
lusa CO, 1 1,200 a. 

RIDEOUT & SMITH, bankers, 
SE cor 3d and D. 

Rider S. M., engineer Swain 
& Hudson, res 67 B. 

Ridley Geo., peddler with J. 
H. Pender. 

Ridley J. G., peddler with J. 
H. Pender. 

RIPLEY CHAS. J., plasterer 
and dealer in lime, cement, 
etc., res 34 D. 

Risher J. P., frmr and hotel, 
320 a, 10 m fmM’ville. 

Roberts Fred,, machinist, 
Empire Fndry, bds 81 E. 

Robinson A., painter. 

Robinson Sami, teamster, 
W. H. Knight, res cor 
9th and B. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Bai>er, Bonding Paper, Carpet. Carpet Lining and Cotton Honso Lining (Chico. Cat. 


Dry Hroods, Fancy Goods, Carpets. Clothingr. Boo+s and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNH/iWI & Co’s, Chico. 




G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


50 MAR YUBA COUNTY- MAR 

Robson Joseph, frmr, 240 a. 

Roff W. H. (A. J. Batchel- 
der &Co.), res 27 E. 

ROOERS S. J. S., physician, 
Odd Fellows’ bldg, cor 3d 
and D. 

Rogers Mrs. W. N., widow, 
res 147 5th. 

Roscoe J. W., frmr, 480 a. 

Ross E. C. (E. C. Ross & 
Co.) and Co. Treas, res 
cor 2d and E. 

ROSS E. C. & CO., stoves, tin 
and hardware, 66 D. 

Roten Frank, hostler with 
McCoy & Co. 

Roth J. C., agt harness and 
saddles, 54 C. 

Rovetta Anthony, carpenter. 

Rowe Track, 666 acres, 
M’yille tp. 

ROZAS H., physician, 142 D, 
res same. 

RUBEL G. C., frmr, 900 a, 2 
miles fm M’ville. 

Ruff ]., expressman, res I bet 
5th and 6th. 

Rumery J. N., tinner with E. 
C. Ross & Co. 

Rumery MissL. P., schl tchr, 
res 127 D. 

Runyon Jno., laborer, res 
47 6th. 

Ruppert Gus, frmr, 440 a. 

Russell G. W., frmr, 160 a. 

Russell Jno,, blacksmith with 
Paul W eber, res 4th bet B 
and C. 

Russell M,, marble worker, 
147 2d. 

Ruttlen , farmer. 

Russell Geo. P., frmr, 137 a. 

Ryan Mrs. Eliza, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Ryan Mrs. H., widow, res 
cor 14th and F. 

Ryan Jno., engineer Empire 
Foundry, res Virgin alley 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Sabine A. D., carpenter, res 
cor I ith and D. 

Salaway T.. laborer, res cor 
D and 1 1 th. 

Sampson Chas. C., clerk with 
VVm. Klein. 

Sanborn Mrs. C E., 320 a 
Sutter Co., res cor D &7th 

Santry Michael, teamster, 
res 163 B. 

Santry Patrick, drayman, res 

2 1 2 D. 

SAUL & DEPUY, carriages, 
phaetons, buggies, wagons, 
etc., and carriage painters, 
84 and 86 C. 

Saul J. A. (Saul & Depuy), 
res St. Nicholas bldg, 

SAWTELLE 0 . H., tool-kpr 
foot of D, res cor loth 
and G, 

Sawyer G. W., watchman, 
res 2d near B. 

Sawyer W. P., Collector Gas 
Co., res cor 2d and B. 

Schaefer P'rancis, clerk, Selby 
& Co., 37 D. 

Scheela Conrad, teamstei , 
res loth bet D and E. 

Schellenger H. J. (Harring- 
ton & Schellenger), res 
70 E. 

SCHEU & SWANK, proprs 
U. S. Hotel, corner Third 
and C. 

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MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 51 


Scheu L. (Scheii & Swank), 
res cor 5 th and B. 

Schimpf Geo., frmr, 30 acres 

Schimpf J , teamster, res cor 
1 1 th and Swezy. 

SCHINKLE C. k CO., frmrs 
and wine making, 100 a, 
I m frn M’ville. 

Schmedler H., groceries, cor 
2d and B. 

Schmidt Erich, blacksmith. 
Empire Foundry, res cor 
2d and A. 

Schmidt Joseph, Iqrs^ 63 3d, 
res same. 

Schneider Nathan, clothing, 
79 D, res 206 D. 

Schockan Sami, fish peddler, 
res 3d bet E and F. 

Schockan Zeke, peddler with 

J. H. Pender. 

SCHOFIELD K. T., agt swng 
mchns, organs and pianos, 
68 D, res 1 70 D. 

Scholz Bruno, barkpr, 43 and 
45 D. 

Schrage Anthony, butcher, 
res 137 6th. 

Schrage Anthony, printer, 
M’ville Appeal, res same. 

Schreiber Fred., clerk, io6 D 

Schultz Herman, baker with 
Chas. Mehl. 

Schumacher Geo., tinner 
with E C. Ross & Co., 
res G bet 12th and 13th. 

Schumacher Mrs. M., widow, 
res G bet 12 th and 13th. 

Schwab Valeniine, Iqrs, 43 
and 45 D. 

Sell warm F. P., elk with J. 

K. Hare. 


SCHWARTZ CHAS., stoves, 
tin, hardware, crockery, 
pumps, etc., 152 3d, res 
same. 

Schwarm Louis Jr., elk cor 
2d and C. 

Scott Mrs Fanny (wid.) 
160 a i 

Scott Hugh, hostler, cor 6th 
and B. 

SCOTT J. P., druggist, 87 D, 
res 174 E. 

Scranton C. B,, hostler with 
Kent & Percy, 

Seaward John, frmr, 440 a. 

SEAWARD THOS., marble 
works 147 2d, res cor 7th 
and High. 

Seibert J., frmr & musician, 
160 a. 

Seiferd Miss M , (Seiferd & 
Sutherland), res 72 A. 

Seiferd Mrs. Margaret, (wid) 
res 74 Y uba alley. 

Seiferd Frederick, tinner with 
E. C. Ross & Co., res 
Yuba alley bet 3d & 4th. 

Seiferd & Sutherland Misses, 
dressmakers, 107 D. 

Selby Mrs. A. E., (Selby & 
Co.), res 37 D. 

SELBY A CO., hardware, ag- 
cltrl & mng implts, 33, 35 
and 37 D. 

Sellon E. R., res 197 D. 

Selby John N. (Selby & Co.) 
res 199 D. 

Selby Joseph V., (Selby & 
Co.) res 37 D. 

Sellon Mrs J. frmr, 230 a. 

Serret L., (Wearman & Ser- 
ret) res cor 5th and J. 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor Third & Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Bru3h33, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming* Implements. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Serey Gilman, frmr, i6oa, 

Sewell A. F., elk with W. G. 
Murphy. 

SEWELL & FITZGERALD, 

real estate and ins agts, 
cor 3d and High. 

Sewell Newton, (Sewell & 
Fitzgerald) and Ind ownr, 
400 a. 

SEXEY C. E., capitalist, res 
5 th bet Cand D. 

Shaffer Jno. J., (Frost & 
Shaffer) res 28 D. 

Shaffer Joseph, elk Frost & 
Shaffer, res 28 D. 

Shaffer W. C., auctnr, cor 2d 
and D, res cor A and 12th. 

Shangraw A. F., btehr with 
A. B. White. 

Sharp Jno., (W. Green & 
Co.), res Camptonville. 

Sharp, W. D. frmr, 144 a. 

Shaw Geo. & Wm., frmr. 

Sheahan Mrs. M., res cor 
13th and Swezy. 

Sheldon Chas., frmr. 

Shelly Sam’l B., elk with J. 
H. Pender. 

SHELLY T. it., veterinary 
surgeon, cor 6th and B, 
res Yuba alley bet 5 th & 
<>th, 

Shelton W. E., farmer, 250 
acres. 

Shepard Frank, machinist, 
res 9th bet A & Y uba alley 

Shepard Geo. E , Ibr M’ville 
foundry. 

Shepard I. G., foreman Ma 
rysville fndry, res 201 B. 

Shepard M. H.. stwrd West- 
ern House. 


Shepler Antone, turner with 
Jno Peffer. 

Sherman Chas, propr San 
Juan & Grass Valley stage 
line, office Western House 
res Oroville. 

SHERMAN MRS. E. J., millin- 
ery and dressmkg, 104 D, 
res same. i 

SHERWOOD T. J., varieties, | 
news, etc., 62 D, res J nr 

^ 5 th. 

Shoemaker A. B. pttrn mkr 
M’ville foundry. 

SIEBER G., propr California 
brewery, cor 9th and B. 

Sieber Louis, brewer with G. 
Sieber. 

Simeo Wm. frmr, 160 a. 

Simon Mrs. J. res J bet 5th 
6th. 

Simpson James B., butcher 
with P. C. Slattery. 

Sims Gabriel, boot black, res 
186 C. 

SINGER WM. JR., land atty, 
cor 3d and E, Masonic 
bldg, res I) bet 7th & 8th. 

Singer Wm., Sr., clerk U. S 
Land Office and Notary 
Public, cor 3d and E. 

Skinner P. J., laborer, res9th 
bet A and Yuba. ! 

Slattery C. D., butcher with 
P. C. Slattery, 

Slattery Maurice, butcher, 
with P. C. Slattery. 

SLATTERY P. 0 ., butcher 
City Market, res cor 7 th 
and E. 

Slevin D. W., clerk W estern 
House. 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



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MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Slicer W. S., boarding house, 
cor 7th and Cal alley. 
Sligar N. J., frmr, 440 acres, 
Sutter Co. 

Sluman A. J., frmr, 40oacres 
Smith Alfred, painter, res cor 
A and 5 th. 

Smith Mrs. Anna M., wid., 
res 3 2d. 

SMITH A. S., Editor M’ville 
Appeal, res cor 1 and 7th. 
Smith Erich, blacksmith, res 
2 1 2d. 

Smith Horace, frmr, 160 a. 
SMITH J. B. M., dentist, 92 

D, res same. 

Smith Nicholas, carpenter, 
rms 96 B. 

Smith P. A., harness mkr 
with H. M. Harris, res B 
bet 3d and 4th. 

Smith R, L., barber, loi 2d. 

res cor G and 9th. 

Smith S. D., blacksmith, .18 

E, res cor 4th and F. 

Smith Mrs. Susan L., widow, 

res cor C and 5th. 

Smith Mrs. Teresea, widow, 
res 96 B. 

SMITH W. E., butcher, 7th bet 
A and B., res cor 8th & A 
SMITH WM. I)., frmr, 360 a, 
5 m fm M’ville, at the junc- 
tion of Brown.’s Valley and 
Honcut roads. 

Sneed J. A., blacksmith, cor 
4th and C, res 202 D. 
Somerville S., machinist, bds 
Mechanics’ Hotel. 

Gooy J. K., hostler, 114 2d. 
Lopez G., frmr, res cor 14th 
and Covilaud. 


South worth Mrs. E. A., schl 
tchr, res C bet 6th and 7th 

Southworth S., miller, res 
161 C. 

Spala Mrs. Mary, Widow, 
res 8th bet A and Yuba. 

Spangler J. C., Scavenger, 
res cor P' and 9th. 

SPEAR A. P., fancy goods, 
books, music.jewelry, etc., 
74 D, land owner, 360 a. 

Speery J. A., stock raiser, 
102 2d. 

Staken W m., Ibr res cor 4th 
and 1. 

STALEY & NEWTON, blck 
smths, wgnmkrs & horse 
shoers. 

STALL JAMES P., frmr, 460a. 
7 m fm M’ville. 

STANW’OOD R. t}., lumber, 
cor 4th and P2, res E bet 
6th and 7th. 

STEEL THOS. H., Co. and 
City Supt schools. Court 
House, res 5th bet D &E. 

Stettheimer A., clerk with W. 
H. Knight, rms cor istand 
High. 

Stevens Jno., res 84 2d. 

Stevens Romeo, boot-maker, 
73 C. 

Steward Jno. L. (Fred. But- 
telmann & Co., res i6o D 

Stewart C. F., carpntr, Swain 
& Hudson, rms cor 2d 
and High. 

Stewart John, frmr, 160 a. 

Stoddard Jacob, blacksmith, 
W. C. Ogden & Son. 

Stokes J. C., bus drvr Golden 
Ea^le Hotel. 


J. N. Dload, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico.^ 


HALLET & LOY Soli Window S]iade3, Picture Pramc3 and Window Comics (Chico, Cal.) 



TICENER, BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Stone Bros., dentists, 77 D. 

STONE CHAS. E., physician, 
87 D, Odd Fellows’ bldg, 
res 166 D. 

STONE A HOWAKD, watches 
and jewelry, 64 D. 

Stone J. M., butcher, res cor 
H and loth. 

Stone O. F., clerk 98 D. 

Stone S. M. (Stone Bros.), 
res 77 D. 

Stone Wm. F. (Stone & 
Howard), cor 2cl & High. 

Stone W. W. (Stone Bros.), 
res 77 D. 

Strain Gawn, frmr, 645 acres. 

STRAIN JAMES, frmr & fruit 
producer, 397 a, 6 m from 
M’ville. 

Stratton C. A. (C. A. Strat- 
ton & Co.), res 162 D. 

STRATTON C. A. & CO., 
grocers, SE cor 3d & E. 

Strichard Jacob, hostler with 
Bruce & Graf, 

Strife ]., laborer, res G bet 
8th and 9th. 

Stromberg B. H., frmr. South 
Butte. 

Stuard J. A., teamster, res 

79 A. 

SUBERS & CUTTS, black- 
smiths, 61 C. 

Subers T. B. (Subers & 
Cutts), res 70 B. 

Sullivan Daniel, blacksmith 
with Chas. Bryant, Maiden 
Lane. 

Sullivan E., hostler, res cor 
1 2th and Ramirez. 

Sullivan Jacob, hostler, 102 
2d, bds Gldn Eagle Hotel. 


Sullivan Mrs. Mary, proprss 
Washington Hotel, 70 C. 

Summers W. G., music tchr, 
res 5 3 2d. 

Sutherland Miss J. (Seiferd 
& Sutherland), res 153 D. 

Sutliff G. W., frmr, 326 acres 

SWAIN & HUDSON, planing 
mill and box factory, cor 
1st and D, 

Swain Wm. C. (Swain & 
Hudson), res D bet 4th 
and 5th. 

Swank W. (Scheu & Swank) 
res C bet 6th and 7th. 

Swezy Chas. E., atty-at-law, 
144 3d. 

Swezy Mrs. G. N., widow, 
res 203 D. 

SWIFT J. P., carpenter, con- 
tractor and builder, 59 C, 
res cor 9th and I. 

Syfert Frank D., clerk with 
L. Kuhn. 

Syfert J. C., clerk with A. J. 
Batchelder & Co. 

Tarrans Chas., frmr, 320 a. 

Tarrants C. H., 338 acres. 

Taylor , fruit peddler, 

rms 4th bet B and C. 

Taylor H. S., orch’dst, 320 a. 

Taylor Joseph, sash mkr and 
painter, 105 6th. 

Taylor J. T., laborer, res 
1544th. 

Taylor Mrs. Margaret, wid., 
res 105 6th. 

TAYLOR W. A., M’ville Ap- 
peal clerk. 

TEEHARDEN DR. E., farmer, 
Fair Fiew Ranch, 1,000 a, 
4 m fm M’ville. 


B. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


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MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 55 


TERSTEGGE FRANK, boots 
& shoes, leather & find 
ings, 69 D, res 109 E. 

Terstegge Jos., book-kpr 
with Frank Terstegge, res 
109 E. 

Thomas R. F., frmr, 480 a. 

Thom D.,(Thom& Prickett), 
res cor D and Fifth. 

Thom & Prickett, guns and 
gunsmith, 73 D. 

Thompson Alex., Ibr, res A, 
bet 8th and 9th. 

Thompson Ernest, clerk, rms 
153 E. 

Thompson John, frmr, res 
181 P'ifth. 

Tisdale J. J., stage agent, 
Western House. 

Toal E., blacksmith, res A, 
bet 9th and 10th. 

Tobin John, butcher with P. 
C. Slattery, res cor A& 9th 

Tomb Jacob, ice, teaming & 
farmer, 52 High, res 115 
5th. 

Townsend H.R.D., salesman 

' Union Lumber Co. yard, 
res B. bet 5 th and 6th. 

Trambley Julian, fruit grower, 
res 1st, bet D and E, 

Traynor James, commission 
merchant, 

Traynor James, (McCoy & 
Co.), res cor 6th and E, 

Trayner John H., clerk, W. 
F. & Co., res cor E & (ith 
streets. 

Trayner Ross J., clerk, W. 
F. & Co., res 42 D, 

Traynor Wm., frmr, 240 a. 

Treat W., orchardist, 300 a. 


TREFREN REV. J.L., clergy- 
man, (Methodist), res E, 
■ bet 6th and 7th. 
TREFREN MISS JENNIE 

B , copyist, res E, bet 6th 
and 7th. 

Trickel Wm., Iqrs, 63 C, res 

C, bet ist and 2d. . 
TRUMBULL R. B., frmr, 400 

a, 9 m northeast M’ville 
Turner C. L-. harness mkr 
with Amos Fisher. 

Turner P'rank, boot black, res 
49 2d. 

Turner Hall, 85 and 87 E. 
Tyler Geo., porter. Bell & 
Garrett, res Yuba, bet 5th 
and 6th. 

Union Lumber Co., N. G. 

Dow, Sec’y, cor C and 4th 
UNITED STATES HOTEL, 
Scheu & Swank, Prop’s, 
cor 3d and C. 

Usavubra Para, blacksmith, 
W. C. Ogden & Son. 
Valenzuela E., Ibr, res cor A 
and 2d. 

Van Buskirk James, Ibr, res 
2d, bet B and C. 

Van Fleet A. N., frmr, 80 a. 
Van Loan R., carpenter, res 
cor J and 7th. 

Van Sickle E. E., Deputy 
Sheriff, Court House, res 
cor 7th and I. 

Van Vrankin E., frmr, 685 a 
VEAZIE S. P., frmr, 240 a, 9 
m northeast M’ville. 

V agedes Theo , carpenter, 
151 B 

Venter John, machinist, res 
C, bet 7th and 8th. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


^HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal- 


Bztras Pnrnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES,., Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


56 MAR YUBA COUN'I'Y MAR 


Venter John C,, clerk U. S, 
Land Office, res C, bet 7th 
and 8th. 

Videau Mrs Mary, wid, res 
25 Third. 

Vigizzi P., (Peri & Co.), res 
4th and D. 

Voss Henry, tailor, 2d, bet 
13 and E. 

Wade Augustus, Iqrs, C, res 
5th, bet C and D. 

Wagner & Bro., books, jew- 
elry, &c., 71 D. 

Wagner H., (Wagner & 
Bro ), res 166 C. 

Wagner Sam’l, (Wagner & 
Bro.), 154 C. _ 

Wallace H. K., tinner with 
White, Cooley & Cutts, 
rms 141 Third. 

Walsh John, drayman, res 
cor 8th and Cal alley. 

WALHH RICHARD, dry gds, 
4th and D, res 1 5 1 4th. 

Walsh F., laborer, res cor K 
and 5th. 

Walters Conrad, wagon mkr 
with S. H. Bradley, res 
Yuba City. 

Walters & Kagg, sheep rais- 
ers, 4,500 acres. | 

Walters T., tailor, 103 3d, 
res 22 2d. 

WAPPLE GEORGE, propr 
Western House, cor 2d 
and D. 

Wapple Peter, waiter. Bon 
Ton Restaurant. 

Ward Mrs. E. E., wid., frmr, 
260 acres, 

WARD W. W., Iqrs and Rail- 
road Eating House, depot. 


W’ ark Richard, bootmaker 
with P'. Terstegge, rms 
95 B. 

Warshauer Jake (Reismann 
& WArshauer.) 

Waters Geo., farm hand. 

Watkins Isaac, laborer, res 
cor C and 9th. 

Watson Mrs. Jennie (widow) 
res E bet 6th and 7th. 

WATSON THOS„ Marysville 
Bakery, 100 D. 

Watson W. S., Supt Cal. N. 
R. R., 87 D. 

Way W. Cl, sawyer, res cor 
8th and Cal alley. 

WEARMAN & SERRET, Iqrs, 

.58 D- 

Wearman W. (Wearman & 
Serret) , res 9th and F. 

Webber Henry, blacksmith 
with S. H. Bradley & Co., 
res cor B and 3d. 

Webber Peter, shoemaker 
with F. Terstegge, res 
37 A. 

WEBER PAUL, blacksmith 
and wagon mkr,res 46 4th, 
cor 4th and A. 

Webster and Bowen, frmr, 
360 acres 

Weddrien E. D., harness 
mkr with P. George, res J 
bet 13th and 14th. 

Weinlander August, clerk, 
106 D, res 149 D. 

Weinlander Ed., dry goods, 
106 D, res 5th bet D & E. 

Wellman Miles, frmr, 320 a. 

Wencel Chas., barber and 
baths, 74 C, res cor 2d 
and D. 


Colusa Stasre Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harriugrtou, General Supt. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER Dhico, Agents for Bell Telephone. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


Wenziker Henry, carpenter, 
res 8g B, 

West Augustus, frmr, res cor 
2d and E. 

WESTENHAVER 0 varieties, 
fruits, candy fety, broom 
fety, cor D and 4th, res cor 
6th and H. 

Westerfield Chas. (Wester- 
field & Paine) res 68 C. 

Westerfield & Paine, Iqrs, 
68 C. 

Westheimer Louis, waiter U. 
S. Hotel. 

WESTERN HOUSE, George 
Wapple, propr, cor D and 
2d. 

West J. vE., printer with 
M’ville Appeal, res cor E 
and 2d. 

WHITE A. B., butcher. City 
Market, res 182 5th. 

White A. W., carpenter, 
Swain & Hudson. 

Whitebread P., farm hand. 

Whitebread W. C., frm hand. 
White C. H. (White & 
Dearborn), res 23 D. 

WHITE, COOLEY & CUTTS, 
hardware, agricultural im- 
plements, stoves, tinware, 
crockery, glass wre,pumps, 
gaspipe, wind-mills, mfrs 
galvanized iron pipes and 
general jobbers, 137, 139, 
141 3d. 

White & Dearborn, painters, 
149 2d. 

White John C., (White, 
Cooley & Cutts), res 44 D 

Whiteside B. ]., copyist, res 
cor G and 8th. 


Whiteside Mrs. N.E., wid,res 
cor G and 8th. 

White Thos , carp’nt’r,Swain 
& Hudson. 

Whitney Elisha, well -borer, 
res F, bet i ith and 12 th. 

Whitney^ E. W., clerk. Geo. 
North. 

Wiest Joseph, clerk with C. 
Westenhaver, res cor B 
and 8th. 

Wightman A. J.. clerk,Selby 
& Co., rms cor C and 6th. 

Wilbur W. S., tinner with 
White, Cooley & Cutts, 
rooms 14 1 3d. 

Wilder C A., broom man’fctr, 
res 5th, bet G and Eighth. 

Wiley Joseph A., teamster, 
W. H. Knight. 

Willey A. P„ Brest. Union 
Lumber Co., res San Fran 

Williams J., Ibr, cor 14th and 
Buchanan. 

Williams Jas. N., barber, 56 
D, res 5 1 2d. 

Williams Jesse, , frmr, 510 a. 

Williams Jos., hostler, with 
A. P. Barnes, cor B & 7th 

Williams L. C., engineer 
Water Co., cor 4th and D. 

Williams Mrs. Mary A., wid, 
res cor ist and Yuba Alley 

Williams Miles, frmr. 

Williamson C. C., plasterer, 
rms cor 2d and C. 

WILLIAMSON H. B., Sup’t 
Empire Foundry, res 149 E 

Williams S. H., frmr, 480 a. 

Wilson Chas., teamster, W. 
H. Knight. 

Winklesett Aug., frmr, 160 a 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico.' 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewing Machines, Needles, Oils and AHachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Strssts, Chico, Sell Everything Cheap. 


6. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


58 MAR 


YUBA COUNTY 


MAR 


Winans Mrs. M, A.,wig-mkr, 
189 D. 

Wiskotschill A. J., truckman, 
res 200 E. 

Wiskotschill I. N., truckman, 
res 193 B. 

Wissberg I., tailor with P. 
Brown & Bro. 

WOODS AMOS, photographer, 
cor 3d and D, res same. 

Woods M., Ibr, res cor 4th 
and I. 

Woods Matt, res 85 5th. 

Woodward Davis, watch- 
mkr with Stone & Howard, 
res cor 3d and E, 

WOODWARD J. C., groceries, 
fruits, &c , Odd Fellows’ 
bldg, 3d, near D, res same 

Worms Julius, clothing, 122 
Third. 


Wright E. M., jeweler, 71 D, 
res 201 D. 

Wright E. S., engineer Cal. 
N. R. R., res 8th, bet D 
and E. 

Wright Wm., waiter. Western 
House. 

Wyrick H., teamster, cor 9th 
and Y uba. 

Wyrick Wm., teamster, W. 
H. Knight, res cor 9th and 
Yuba. 

Yanko John, Ibr, bds Golden 
Eagle Hotel. 

Y ochem Peter, boot mkr with 
P. J. Flannery. 

Yuba Bridge, foot of D. 
Zigler Fred., laborer with G. 
Sieber. 

Zurcher John, clerk, res 138 
Sixth. 


CHARLES ANSORG, 

Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

^itrnthire, ^ |iediling, 


D street, East Side, Bet. Second and Third, 

MARYSVILLE. CAL. 

iL,: 

XT. S. L-<i^XTID OX’X'XCX:.) 

Office corner Third and E streets , (up stairs.) 

MASONIC BUILDING, U. S. LAND OFFICE, 

2ivd:a.r3rsT7-ille, Oa^lifomisu. 

Attends to all cases under the Public Land Laws, before U. S. Land Office and State Land Office 

^crip and lland '^arrants for ^alc. 

Special attention to Pre-emption, Homestead, Mining and other contested land cases. All com- 
munications promptly attended to. 


Colusa Stag-c Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Papor Border Pichiro Frames, Vases. 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 


TESTIMONY OF 

bisi3:o:f o’consrnsrEXjiL. 

AS TO THR VALUE OF 



Marysville, Februarv 22d, 1868. 

S. D. Baldwin, Esq. 

My Dear Friend — Justice and gratitude oblige me to acknowledge 
the immediate relief which your LINIMENT has alforded me. I have 
.suffered severely from inveterate neuralgia, and I have tried several rem- 
edies in vain, till a kind friend introduced me to you Then, and then 
only, did I experience instantaneous relief after the first application of 
your Liniment, i et me request of you, then, my dear friend, for the 
sake of suffering humanity, to extend the same benefit to others similarly 
affected, who, as in duty bound, shall ever pray for your welfare, here 
and hereafter. I shall consider it my duty to recommend your Liniment 
to all the victims of Neuralgia known to me as long as I live. 

Believe me to be, ray dear Mr. Baldwin, 

Your obliged and sincere friend, 

E O’CONNELL, V. A. 

Th is highly merited card from so reliable a source commends itself 
to the confidence of all, but not only can the discoverer of this invaluable 
medicine cite the public to this testimony but to numerous others of the 
same character. This LINIMEN'I' is guaranteed to cure the worst 
cases of NEUEALGIA, RHEUMATISM. HEADACHE, THROAT 
COMPLAINTS, Ac, For sale at S. D. BALDWIN’S, 57 D Street, 
Marysville, Cal.; also constantly on hand a fine assortment of 
WATCHES and JEWEIjRY of every description and variety at lower 
PRICES than they can be obtained elsewhere in Northern California. S. D. 
BALDWIN’S advertisements are not to be found on the cheap improvised 
sign boards of barns and fences, but in the confidence which long years ot 
honest dealing has inspired in the hearts of his many patrons. The 
LINIMhlNT will remove your aches and quicken your steps. His jewelry 
will enable you to appear well in society and his watches will get you 
through in time. S. D BALDWIN will always be found on time at the 
old stand, 57 D street, Marysville, Cal. 


A. j. batchelder. 

“f 


1876 . 


W. H. ROFF. 




lAf 

a-i50c:Bi3s, 

AND DEALERS IN 

WILD OATS, AND ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNA PRODUCE. 

Masonic Block, Cor. E and Third streets, Marysville. 

Goods Received and Forwarded to Merchants In the Interior. 



J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plnmber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Third & Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal- 


Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


6o MAR 


YUBA COUNTY 


MAR 





nimg ^iiWic atwl | 

I 

78 D streets, Marysville, Cal. (with Belcher & Belcher ) 


W. M. BELL. 


J. R. GARRETT 



Utt ^ GARRETT, 

iiiiiii 

Dealers in 

Foreign d Domestic Liquors, 

FLOUR, GRAIN, CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN CURED MEATS, 

And all Kinds of Country "Produce. 

^144 Third street, Cor. High, Marysville, Cal. 


MARYSVILLE 

Boarding House 

Mi-s. A. C. AUIMAN 

PROPRIETRESS, 

No. 81 E St., bet. Third and Fourth, 

MARYSV ILLE , CAL. 

BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. 


JOS. BECKER, 

HAIR-DRESSING 

— AND— 

BATHING SALOON, 

90 D street, Marysville, Cal. 


Hair-dressing and Shaving done up with dispatch 
and neatness. ^^Hot and cold water Baths 
in nice rooms. 


Colusa Stage .Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 6i 

POULTRY AND PRODUCE MARKET. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



— AND— 

coTJ’n^T'T^'Z' :E=ieoiD"crcEi- 


City Market, Third street, 

MAKYSVILLE, CAL. 



Successor to J. Cook & Co., 


Marysville Soap Works ! 

Oomer SisEteeiitlx stiid. "ST'u.'ba, Sts., 

Keeps constantly on hand a large quantity of his improved 

CHSMICAI. and FAMILY SOAPS ! ! 

Which he is selling at Less than San Francisco prices, and will warrant 
them to be the best on the Pacific Coast. 

Country Orders Promptly Filled. 

Also manufacturing COOK’S WASHING POWDERS, warranted not 
to rot or injure the clothes. jg^^Highest Cash Price paid for 
Hides, Tallow, Sheep-skins and Grease. 

MANUFACTURER OF FANCY TOILET SOAPS. 


J. N. MO AD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building* Paper, Carpet, Carpet Liningr and Cotton House Liningr (Chico, Cal. 



TICKNER BURNHAM & CO. Bay Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perftimsry, Chico. 


fej MAR YUBA COUNTY. .MAR 



Successor to Cooley & Lewis, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



V TOBACCO, ETC., 

ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA PRODUCE 


At prices that cannot be beat Call and see at 
BRICK STORK, COR. C and FOURTH STS., MARYSVILLE. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



FLOUR, grain, butter, EGGS, 

And all Kinds of Country Produce. 


SOLE AGENT FOB BRIGGS’ FRUIT ! 1 


Constantly on Hand, a Goiplete Assortment of Vegetable and Grass Seeds. 

third STREET, opposite City Market, 


MARYSVILLE, CAL. 



NO. 98 D STREET, BETWEEN THIBB AND FODBTE, 
MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


fe 





HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Years, 


MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 63 


NEW TINSHOP. 


Jobbing of all descriptions, including 

AND PUMPS.. 

Workrof any kind in my line made to order. Give me a trial. Orders 
from the country promptly attended to. 

S. DUKE, 

69 C street, opposite T. Boones Grocery Store. 

wMTlBmm 

Wholesale and Betail Dealer in 

WINES, LIQUORS, ALES & CORDIALS 

iN'o. 70 D Street, Marysville. 

Agent for E.| and C. Gmhler's Columbus Brewery, of Sacramento. 


% t, umzmtm, 

Southeast corner C and Third streets, Marysville, California, 
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

Harness, Saddles d Collars 

BRIDLES, WHIPS, 

Hallers, Comlis^Brislies, &c., &c. 

Repairins; Done Neatly and Cheap. 

-A. 3ii X j w o xa it -w 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plitlnber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chijo. 


HALliET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES; Medical Wines and Liquors, Chico. 


64 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 

SPORTSMENS’ EMPORIUM ! ! 

No. 95 D st , bet. Third and Fourth, Marysville, Cal. 

BENJ. BIGELOW, 

, Importer and Dealer in 

AH® ItiliMilS 

California, 

HAZARD, 

AND 

DupontGunpowder 

S!l::LOt Q-uun-s, ISifles, 

CUTLERY, FISHING TACKLE, &o, 

Bigelow'S Celebrated Spring-Eyed Sack Needle. 

All orders will receive prompt and personal attention, and goods sold 
at a low price and warranted equal to any house in California. fi^^Send 
for Circular. P. 0. Box, 126. 

W. T. IhHi, 

Wholesale & Retail Grocer, 

mumm and commission merchant. 


COBNEB OF FIBST AND D STS., 
MARYSVILLE, CAL. 



Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames, Vases. 


MAR 


YUBA COUN'J'Y. 


MAR 


65 








Comer Secorrd. an-d. C Sts_, 

MARYS VI 

Stages Leave the Mouse Daily for All Par'ts 
of the State. 


The House is NEWLY FITTED UP and WELL VENTILATED, 
with all MODEKN CONVENIENCES, and WELL 
ARRANGED FOR FAMILIES. 

BOARD M L0D8ING, $1.00 ai $1.25 Per Day ! 

ACCORDING TO ROOM. 

MEALS, 26 CENTS ! 

^3^ OZ^XTZBTTS 

PLAINLY MARKED - - - - “GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,” 

Will be at all trains to Convey Passengers and Baggage to the Hotel 

A FARNHAM, ----- Proprietor 




I WierJ 'T:n 




DEALER IN 

S^IDIDZ-,ES, 

6zo., <Ssc. 

CARRIAGE TRIMMING & REPAIRING- 


I 


Northeast corner C and Third streets, Marysville, Cal. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentisti cpx. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock. Chico, Cal. 


Go to TICKNER, HURNHAM & Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagons and Farming Implements. Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES?, Erugs and Chemicals, Chico. 


66 MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 


p. a. vtmntm, 

Importer and Dealer in 



P. J. FLANNERY Keeps the Largest and Best Selected stock of 

Boots o-xici Slioos 

IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. 

Gastom Boots Made to Order on Short Notice. Repairing Neatly Done. 

91 D street, Marysville, Cal. 



DEALEE IN 


Choice Wines, Liquors <£ Cigars. 

COME ABOUND and TRY THEM. 


Corner Third street and Maiden Lane, Marysville, California. 


PHOTOGEAPHS ! 

ATTORNEY 

Prices Reduced to Suit the Times ! ! 

— AND 

Coiisellor-at-Law, 

or the best Photographs, lowest prices, go to the 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

Room 6, St. Nicholas Building, Southeast corner 
D and Third streets. 

WILL PRAGTIC IN ALL THE GODRTS. 

BOSTON GALLERY. 

Cor. Third and D Sts., Marysville, Yuba Co. 

Special attention given to matters in 
.Probate Court. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD 8c SOIViniER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Wa'ches in 8 Years, 


MAR 


YUBA COUN TY. 


MAR 67 



TTn.d.eita,lsers. 

Coffin Warerooms, 

Side TMis'd Sia^eei^ 


Funerals conducted in the best possible manner. All kinds of COFFINS 
and CASKETS, Wooden or Metallic. HEARSE and 

CARRIAGES for City and Country. 






Importer of and Dealer in 

XIa.rr:Less, Sa.d.d.les, 

Sa-d.d.ler37- X^a.rd.T77"a,xe, 
Hiesitlxer, 

lESo'bes, Eltc., Etc. 

ALSO MANUFACTURER OF 



ALL KINDS OF 


Tisiis/diis/diiisro 

Done in good style. 


Having built a large and commodious store, I am no longer interested 
in any other branch as formerly. 

Northwest cor. C and Third sts., Marysville, Cal. 





Seat^aatal 



J F, Newman, Tinner, Plnlnber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


The Furniture Houso ol Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES^ (Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


68 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 

CHAS BRYANT, 

t T 

Next door to corner of C and Third, 

MARYSVILLE, 

CAL. 

Wm ©©ISIMH, 

Gardener and Nurseryman ! ! 

Cor. A and Ninth streets. | 

i 

Wm. DemOTT, 

PLASTSREE, 

All kinds of 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

Plasterii, lalsoiaiai, 

cSsc-, Szo. 

High St., bet. First and Second, 

A. B. CALDWELL, M. D., 

OFFICE— ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING. 

Special hours, n a. m„ to 4 f. m. 

RESIDENCE — D street, bet. Sixth aud Seventh. 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

DAWSON HOUSE. 

MARYSVILLE, CAL, 

Mi MAM MNKLE, 

PROPRIETRESS. 

SHi/l f with ftnarnl 

Transient Custom Respectfully Solicited. 

Travelers kept by the Day, Week or 
Month. 

W.LCAIfflPBELl, 

ATTORNEY 

—AND- 

Comsiillor-at-Laf, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL 

Office in Court House. 

D. H. COWDEN, 

Attorney -at- Law, 

5S ID Sm^EET, 

MARYSVILLE, 

CAL. 

B. EILERMAN, ' 

Justice of the Peace', 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

— AND— 

OOIWEY^IVCER ! 

Office at Court House, 

c-a-Xj. 


^ E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOraiYIEIR, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 69 


O 




'4V( 






REPRESENTS : 

HARTFORD INSURANCE CO., .... 
FHGBNIX INSURANCE CO., . . - . 

HOME INSURANCE CO., - - - - - 

FIREMAN’S FUND INSURANCE CO., 

AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE CO., 

ST. JOSEPH’S FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO., 


” Hartford 
- Hartford 

- New York 
San Francisco 

- St. Louis 
St. Joseph, Mo 


Policies Issued Direct from this Agency. 


vm 


HPI 




ATTOMNEY' 

Notary Public, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS, 

.^nSTID 

No 138 Third st., bet. D and E. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, CaL 


TIOENER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and ThU-d Strssts, Chico, Sell Everything: Cheap. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 




70 

MAR 

YUBA COUNTY. 

MAR 

GEO. 

L. JENKINS. 


C. H. BUSHNELL 



Second street, Marysville, between C and Maiden Lane. 



Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month at Prices 
to Suit the Times. 

Horses Bought and Sold. 

Give us a call, and we will convince you that avc mean business. 

sz: drop’s. 





The public arc informed that this old and favorably known Restaurant 
has been reopened. The tables will be supplied with every luxury the 
markets afford. 

Good Rooms at Reasonable Prices. 


CSolnsa Stafire Co.. General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harringrton, General Supt. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Agents for Bell Telephone. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 71 


xaz-^arsii! 

Of the Latest I^attcrn, can always be foun 1 at 

Klein^s Bagle. Hat Factory • 

At the Lowest Prices. 

I have also on hand a large assortment of 

O-erLts’ ^■u.rr^isIrLing' O-oods 

To be sold at very small advance over their cost. 


62 D Street, Marysville, Cal. 



Dealer in Flour,, CS-rain, Ktc.^ and 



Contracts to deliver freight to all points in the mountains. 

COR. THIRD AND HtCH STREETS, MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


O. F". Ijaney, 



TIM street, let. B aei C,* 


livd: ^ IS “ST S TT 1 31. Xu El , 

(Over Easton & White's Wagop Shop.) 

All work executed with Neatness and Dispatch and at Reasonable -^ates 



J.F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway|& Third. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building Paper, Carpet. Carpet Lining and Cotton House Lining (Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming^ Implements. 


G. W. G-RAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 



G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


103, 105 and 107 Second Street, 

Children's Carriages. Kingsley^'s Buchshin Driving Glo-ves 


HIBBARD &. SOMIKIER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


MAR 


YUBA COUxM'Y. 


MAR 73 


Dr. W. P. FLINT, 

(Graduate of the Maryland University.) 

Having complied with the law of 
the last Legislature, offers his pro- 
fessional services to the public as 
office practitioner. 

Office — In the rear of the Mar- 
ket Drug Store, opp. City Market. 


PracticalBoot&Sloemitliir 

m 62 C ST., MASYSVILLE, CAL. 

Always on hand a good stock of custom made boots 

©* M. ©Ml. 

Contractor and Eniider, 

No. 60 E st, bet. 2d and 3d, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

GEORGE HEINTZEIT, 

— AND — 

Boarding Stable, 

Corner Fourth and A sts. , Marysville. 


Horses Kept by the Day, Week or Month. 

HOFFMAN & MARKER, 

Eagle Saloon, 

OiTICIEJ OIF’ 

Liquors, Cigars, Etc., 

Cor. Third and Virgin alley, 
MARYSVILLE, OAL. 
^CALL AND TEST THEM. 



Dealer in 

OonFeotionevy, Fmits, 
IN iits,"V aiilceo ^Notions, 

&;C., &C., &IC- 

105 D street, Marysville, CaL 

J. C. JENKINS A C0„ 

Hair-Dressers 

—AND— 

J=j IE5 3, 

56 D St., Marysville, Cal. 

HOT AND COLDWAThR BATHS, 

HAIR-DRESSING DONE UP IN STYLE. 

L. E. KELLY, 

HCEMEOI^ATKIIC 

Physician and Surgeon, 

D st., bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

MARYSVILLE, CAL, 


Office hours from 7 to 8 A. M,; 1 to 
2 P. M., and 6 to 7 P. M. 

Chronic Surgery a Specialty. 



MANUFACTURER OF 


G-enuine GigarS^ 

AND DEALER IN 

— AND — 

Smoking Tobacco, Etc., 

No. S'^ C st., bet. 2 d and 3 d, Marysville. 

O- 

llavins sni laliOQ, 

Corner Third St., and Maiden Lane, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 


Go to TICENER, BURNHAM &. Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagrons and'Farmingr Implements, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chsmicals, Chico. 


74 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 


H. J. BOOTH WM. R. ECKART. 

MARVSVtttE FOUNDRY, 

(Established in 1853.) 

BOOTH A HGKART^ 

Proprietors, Manufacturers of 

CoffliioKl, Mariie, ai Slatioiarj Elinas, Mr 

COMPRESSORS, SAW AND GRIST MILLS, MINING, 

mi IfiiriiiMs ||sis!tiae]!L sf |U s&i |s3{p$ 

Special Attention given to repairs of Agricultural Implements and Machinery. 


MOON GREtOHTON, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Boots and . Shoes ! ! 

77 D STREET, MARYSVILLE. 

Eepalrlag HeatSy All work Warraatedl. 

Wagon and Blacksmith Shop ! 

cSc 

Corner of B and Sixth Streets. 

This new firm at the above favorably known stand are prepared to do all 
kinds of work in their line. 

Wagon Building, Horse Shoeing, and Repairing 

Of all kinds of Farming Machinery on short notice at reasonable prices. 

Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD 8t SOMIYEER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Yearsi 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 75 


MARYSVILLE 



I. S. BELCHER, CHAS. E. PATTERSON, 

M. MARCUSE, D. E. KNIGHT, 

RICHARD G, STANWOOD, 


JJ’o# hot# 


DEPOSITS RECEIVED IN LARGE or SMALL SUMS 

ILTO 


Money Loaned at Low Rates of Interest on Security of 
Real Estate ; United States, State, County 
or City Bonds. 


OFFICE HOURS — From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and on 
SATURDAYS from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and from 7 to 8 p. m. 


Ml MARGUSB^ President! 
F. W. H. AAROllir^ Sec^y. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plitfmber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


The Furniture House ot Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


76 MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 



LEOPOLD KUHN, 

CoiTiee, Chop & Lunch House, 

DEALER IN 

— COMBINED WITH 

Stationery, School-Books, 

KBorsa’s MU\V. 

Liquors, Tobacco, Pipes, 
Cutlery, 

C street, near Fourth, Marysville. 

• 

Fruit, Candies & Notions, 

Meals at all hours, 25 Cents. 

78 D street, Marysville. 

J. H. KRAUSE, 


Oo'u.iit3r ISecorder, 


CONVEYANCER. 

J. M. NEWHARD, Prop’r, 

Searcler of Kecoris ! ! 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Third Street, between D and E, 

Office at Court House, 


MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

MARYSVILLE. 


WM. €« ©©-BEKf & mW, 


All Kinds of Blacksmitliing’ and Wai^on Work Done to Order. 
Also Horse and Mule Shoeing*. 

Third Street^ between El and 

MA.RYSVILLE, OAL 

SCEAPEKS and PLOWS MADE TO ORDER and always on hand. 



Choice Wool for the Eastern Market Wanted. 

CORNER THIRD AND HIGH STREETS, 

3iv£a.r37-ST7-ille, Oa-1- 


E. A. Harringrton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD 6t SOMDUBR, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


MAR YUBA COUN rV. MAR 77 



IN PERI’S ACADEMY BUILDING, 

33 Stroot, 3M[£ti:737’svillo 


A PER[ respectfully informs his old patrons and the public that he 
has returned to business in his new building known as PERI’S ACAD- 
EMY, which he has fitted up in an elegant style, and will endeavor to 
make it the POPUJ.AR PLACE OF RESORT. 

Ice Cream, 

Water Ices, 

Strawberries and Cream, 
Oysters, 

Coffee, 

Chocolate, etc. 

Will be on hand in proper season. CANDIES iu all varieties, CAKES 
Plain and Ornamental, and FANCY ARTICLES imported from 
Paris. Wholesale and Retail 

Which for Quality and Price we Defy any Competition in the State. 

Country Orders for Candies or Confectioneries of every description, is 
solicited and will be promptly attended to, which, to avoid 
mistakes, should be addressed 

ALBERT PERI, Academy Building, Marysville. 


The ACADEMY HALL will be to rent for Balls, Parties, Lectures, 
also for Suppers and Collations, which can be supplied at short notice. 
DANCING SCHOOL will be opened during the Winter Months. 

J.N. MOAD, Dentist, csr. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal- 



TICKMER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Strscts, Chico, Sell Everything- Cheap. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


4 


78 MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 



Corner D and Fourth Streets, 

— dealers in 



ETC., ETC., ETC. 

ICE CREAM SALOON. ARCTIC SODA FOUNTAIN. 


Orders from the country for Confectionery, Wedding Cakes, and all 
Goods in their line promptly filled at the lowest Cash Prices. Oysters in 
every style in the season. 


1.S50- 



Especially manufactures First Class work in the vray of 


Light Wagons, Family Carriages, Buggies, 

ETC-, ETC., ETC- 

Particular attention given to ordered work. Repairing neatly and 

promptly done. 

Shop 105 Third street, opposite City Hall, Marysville, Gal. 


Carpenters & Builders 

WorU Done at Sho'rt Notice. 

Brices to Suit the Times. 


JiMop 1 ^ First §ts. 

I^lea-se G-iTT-e Ca^ll. 


3 


Cttlnsa Stac^e Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Snpt. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Ag^ents for Bell Telephone 


MAR YUBA COUNTV. .MAR 79 

mDEOW dfc 



^v^a,r37’ST7-ille_ 


Gold Disl PircMsed at la Hiilieat larlcet Rales. 


Advance^ Made on Gold Dust for Assay or Forwarded to 
Mint for Coinage. 


CHECKS AT PAR OK THE LOKDOK AKD SAK 
FRAKCISCO BAKE, LIMITED, 

SAK FRAKCISCO. 


Coin and Currency Drafts on American Exchange 
Bank, New York. 


Purchase City, County and State Securities, Certificates of Deposit and 
other Exchange, at Current rates, and transact a 


QTJICIEZSZI-iTT'EIEe- . 

New Almaden Quicksilver 

For Sale in Quantities to Suit. 

ZSZIOElO'CrX eSc SZvZZTZZ. 


J. P. Newman, Tinner, Plumbier& Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building: Paper, Carpet, Carpet Lining* and Cotton'^House Lining* "Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farmingr Implements. 


<3r. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chicon 


8o 

MAR 

YUBA COUNTY. 

MAR 

E. 

C. ROSS. 


J. E. BOORMAN. 



Pumps, Hydraulic Pipe, Cutlery, Tinware, 

Crockery, Plated Ware, Coal Oil, Etc., Galranized Iroa 

Water Tanks 


ISTO- oe 33 ST3E1.ES3E1T, 


MARYSVILLE, CAL. 



Manufacturers and Importers of 

CARRIAGES, PHAITONS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, 
AND THOROUGHBRACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 


CARRIAGE, SIGN& ORNAMENTAL FAINTING 

Mixed Paints and Varnishes of All Kinds. 

CHEAP FOR CASH. 


OFFER NO INOTJOEMENT for SLOP WORK 


3^0S- es arLd. as C S'TieEET, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

l^areliouse, - - - - - - 'T'S amd O Street 


Miss M. J. Pntnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts , , Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames, Vases. 



ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDllffG, 

Marysville, Cal. 


A. E. SELBY. JOS. V. SELBY. 



Importers and Jobbers of 


XX X=C. 3D 'W' ^ ft. £3 , 

Agricaltuiral & Mining 

Iron^ Steel, Coal, Wagon Lumber, 

ETC., ETC., ETC., 

l^Tos. 33, 35 SLan.d. 37^ XD Street, 

MARYSVILLE, 

sixTO-Exe, Txe., 

LAND ATTORNEY, 

Masonic Building, U. S. Land Office; 

Soldiers’ Additional Homestead Scrip, Lieu, Warrants 
and all kinds of Land Scrip for sale, 

J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oik, Brushes, and Qoneral Painters’ Stock, Chico, Oal. 



'TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co., Main andi Third Streets, Chico, Sell Ev^erythingr Cheap 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico- 


82 MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR 


DAVID POWELL, M. D., 

Physician & Surgeon, 

1U8 !> street, Marysville, Cal. 

Office at Englund’s Drug Store. Residence — 
St. Nicholas Building. 

L I SCHOFIELD, 

AGENT FOR 

Pianos, Organs, 

AND 

Se'wirLg' IMIsicliianes 

OFFICE : 

B MMFSf'lIle, 

YUBA COUNTY, CAL. 

T. R. SHELLY, 

Veterinary Surgeon, 

Corner C and B streets, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


SEWELL & FITZGERALD, 

LIFE AND FIRE 

Insurance Agents ! ! 

— AND— 

Real -Estate Rrokers, 

Corner Third and High sts., Marysville. 

M. riTZGEHALJD, 
NOTARY PUBLIC 

YJBA COUNTY. 

MRS. E. J. SHERMAN, 

104 D Street, Marysville, Cal., 
Millinery & Dressmaking Establishment, 

A Full and Assorted Stock of 

MILLINERY GOODS of the very 

Latest Styles constantly on hand. DRESSMAK- 
ING in all its branches. Orders from the country 
promptly filled. Agency for Mme. Demorest’s re- 
liable patterns. ♦ 


California Brewery ! 




Oom.er E a.n.d. ^Tin.tl:L Sts., 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

THE LAG-ER FROM THE 

Is conceded by experts to be the most pure and pleasant manufactured 
in the State, and this is demonstrated by the fact that three-fourths of the 
Saloons in this city sell it in preference to foreign Lager. 

Beer in kegs delivered to any part of the city free of charge. • 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, {General Supt 


HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Ag^ents for Bell Telephone 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 83 


OlT'^ ]VI A-H-K-EST! 

■Corner Ifliird St., an<I Maiden Lane, 

MJR}‘SriLLE, CAL. 


O- SXjsj^^TTEJrLY, 

DKALF.l! IN 



ide-a.Xje:e^ c^t’tXjE, s:eiee:e=» hoo-s. 

TERlVIS, oa«h. 



C street, East Side, het. Second and Third, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


All kinds of Building contracted for on reasonable terms. Jobbing and 
Repairing well done and on short notice. 



iSXJBEIlS dfe OXJTTS 

Sole -^g'erLts, 

C street, between Second and Third, Marysville. 


The Goodenough Shoe and System has practically demonstrated its superiority over all known 
Shoes and Systems. It places the foot in a true, natural position, preserving the sound foot, and re- 
storing most unsound feet after three or four shoeings. Any and all kinds of Shoeing well done. All 
kinds of Harness Irons made to order nt reasonable prices. GENERAL JOBBING attended to in the 
BLACKSMITHING LINE. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Giass. Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


84 


YUBA COUNTY 


MAR 


C. A. STRATTOM. 

©. A. 


T. McCarthy. 




IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE ii RETAIL GROCERS 

Southeast Corner E and Third Streets, 

Opposite Masonic Building. 

Our Of Pure 


Choice 


BRANDS 

We have on hand the most Complete Stock of 

Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars & Tobacco 

To be Found in Northern California, Which Enables 
us to Fill the Largest Orders Promptly. 



WHISKY 


We are Proprietors of CHARTER OAK and BIG 
BONANZA Brands of WHISKY. 





We are constantly receiving Goods in our line from New York, 
Boston, Ba4timore, St Louis, Chicago, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and 
other markets, enabling us to to sell several lines of Goods at San Fran 
cisco prices and sometimes lower. Our purchasing facilities are complete, 
our system of doing business economical, and the plans of our Stores and 
Warehouses are such that we can handle Goods at as little expense for 
labor as any house in our line of business. All orders intrusted to us will 
receive prompt attention, and prices will be made at all times at the 
lowest market rates. C. A. STRATTON & CO. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD 6 l SOMlYtBR, Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 85 

mCHARO WAtSH, 

No, 112 D Street, opp. Water Works Building, 

MARYSVILLE, CAL. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Dry 

Irish Linens, Rid Gloves, Hosiery. Ktc, 

ALU ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 

WESTERN house:, 

Comer D and Second Streets* 

MJRY^yRLLR. 

'TECOS- - - :E=rop’r 

OKORGHe WAI?r*KL. SuperiiiteiKleut. 

The Only First - Ci«ss Housn in Marysville. • 

BATHS. Telegraph Office and General Stage Office for All Points. 





RAILROAD DEPOT, MARYSVILLE. 

^irLing' IBoo32c:l -<^tta-clb.ed. I 

Passsenger Trains going North and South stop for Meals. 

TABLE SUPPLIED WITH DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. 



THOMAS WATSON. Proprietor. 

Breads C ahes, Pies^ Confectionery 

ETC., CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 


M AMU FA CTURER of ALL KLMDS of CRA CKERS 

Balls & Parties Supplied with Cakes ; Wedding Cakes to Order. 

100 ^ St-, livdCa-r^T-s-ville, Oa.1- 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALliET & LOY Sell'Scwingliyiachincs, Needles, Oils and Attachments for alURIachines, Chico, Cal. 



Dry goods^ Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Go's, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


86 

MAR 

YUBA COUNTY. 

MAR 

w. 

WEAEMAN. 


L. SERRET, 


FOSTER’S BAR! 

Wearman Serret, 

i^To. sa ID sii5e::e]'i, 

MARYSVILLE. CAL. 

Wagon and Blacksmith Shop. 



Corner of A and Foindh Streets, - - - Marysville 

Desires to inform the public that he has on hand a large assortment 
of* Wagons, from an 8-mule down to an Express, built by bim 
and warranted to be equal to any in the niarket. Also 
that he is prepared to do all kinds of jobbing 
^ in his line. 

^epacirs -Fsirm iaa.gr Iaaa.ple 33 a.eaa.ts, ’^XTagroaa.s, Etc. Elorse a-aa-d. Is/C-va.!© 
SHOEIN(t being a specialty in which he will equal any competitor. Also, he is preparad 
to do work of all kinds on BUILDINGS. 


G. WBSTBNHAVBR, 



also; manufacturer of brooms and brushes, 

B Sts„ IWparysTm©, ClaL 



TOBACCO, CIGARS CANDY, YANKEE NOTIONS, Etc. 

Third street. Odd Fellows’ Building, next door to City Market, Marysville. 


X^errxorxs cSs X.jiiE.es 

A SPECIALTY. 


Golnsa Sta<re Co., General Ofllce, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Suyt. 


HIBBAliD & SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Years 


MAR 


YUBA COUNTY. 


MAR . 87 


PHOTOGRAPHGALLEHY 



ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING-, 


Marifsville, Cal. 


Pictures Taken in the Finest Styles of the Art ! 


Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged. 




PICTURES TAKEN IN ALL KINDS OF WEATHER. 


ABUNDANCE OF PATIENCE WITH CHILDREN. 


<3-lT7-e Ou Oa.ll- 

J. F Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building Paper, Carpet. Carpet Lining and Cotton House Lining 'Chico, Cal. 



Cbico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chico. 


88 MAR YUBA COUNTY. MAR 

PIONEER STALL. CITY MARKET, 






The special attention of the public is called to the fine selection of 
of meats to be had on my counters I am prepared to furnish families, 
hotels, etc., with the Best and Freshest Meats, 

Beef, Mutton, PorJi, Spring Lamb and Veal ! 

Also Corned Beef, Pickled Pork, Bacon, Hams and Lard, 

All Orders filled promptly and delivered to any part of the City. 


EMPIRE FOUNDRY! 





MARYSVILLE. CAL. 

H. B. WILLIAMSON, Superintendent 

MANUFACTUREE OF 

Machinery A Castings 

Of* Every Oeseription. 

Boilers Made &. Repaired. Machines &. Pipe for Hydraulic Mining. 

ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 


Miss HI. J. Pntnam, Millinery, Cor. Fonrth and D St& , Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOmMER Chico, Affen*s for Bell Telpphene. 


ORE YUBA COUNTY ORE 8o 


Oregon House, 

Is located twenty-three miles north- 
east of Marysville, has tri-weekly 
mail and is the postoffice for a large 
mining and lumbering district. 


Aulmaii L., frmr, i6o a. 
Batsford Simeon, frmr, i6o a 
Beatty James, farmer. 

Beatty Michael, i6oa. 
Berda^ner Sebastian, frmr & 
sheep-raiser. 

Berdaguer S., blacksmith. 
BINMNtJER WM. T., farmer. 
Blaswick Charles, frmr, 1 6o a 
Bodkins D. H., miner. 

Bond R. W., fanrner, i6oa. 
Boscow H. N,, frmr, 120 a. 
Bradbury Jas. S., frmr, 160 a 
Briggs C. A., blacksmith. 
Bristow John W., frmr, 480 a 
Brooks Elmont, toll-keeper. 
Brotsford S., frmr, 160 a. 
Brown Frank & Co., miners. 
Brown Joseph, boot-maker. 
Broyles N., frmr, 160 a. 
Bunting H., farmer. 

Burgess John S., frmr, 160 a. 
Buss Alfred C., hotel. 
Callaghan Samuel, frmr, 1 60 a 
Campbell Jas., frmr, 120 a. 
Camper L. S., blacksmith. 
Carter Enos, mill hand. 
Cartwright H. B., frmr, i6oa 
Cater Enos, farmer. 

Clark Asa B., 80 a, hotel kpr 
Clark L. B., frmr, 480 a. 
Collins Frances, frmr, 40 a. 
Costello Geo., wine maker. 
Damuser M., farmer. 

Darius Bertrand, frmr, 200 a. 
Davidson John, frmr, 160 a. 


Davis R. G.. miner. 

Dixon Alfred F., frmr, 240 a 
Dolan Timothy, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Drouillard J. B., farmer. 

Dutra Manuel, miner. 

Edgar A. J., miner. 

EICH JOHN, frmr, 200 a, 25 
m from Marysville. 
Eldridge D , frmr, 80 a. 
Evans James, farmer, 160 a. 
Evers R., miner. 

Elanley Patrick, frmr, 80 a. 
Forbes Alex., frmr, 160 a. 
Forbes A. R., frmr, 160 a. 
Francisco Manuel, frmr, 160 a 
Fuller Mrs. M. A., 160 a. 
Gardener John M., frmr, 160 a 
George Frank, frmr, 160 a. 
Gettens Daniel (Slingsby & 
Gettens), res Dobbins’ 
Ranch. 

Gnagg Jacob, frmr, 80 acres. 
Gove Gardner, miner. 

Grover John, farmer. 

Hall Patrick, farmer, 
Hapgood E. D., farmer. 
Harrirnan Stephen, frmr, 100! 

acres. | 

Haworth Thos., Sr., farmer, 
132 acres. 

Hendricks J. F., frmr, 160 a. 
Higgins John, miner. 

Higgins Mitchel, miner. 
HOUSH G. P., frmr and post- 
master, 300 a, 24 m from 
M’ville. 

Housh Nelson, farm hand. 
Howard H G., frmr, 160 a. 
Joanez J. M., wine maker. 
JOHNSON GEO. W., Justice of 
the Peace. 

Johnson J. B., farmer, 80 a 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico.* 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window. Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BURNHAM & Co^s, Chico. 


G. W. GHAVEiS. Faints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


MAR YUBA COUNTY MAR 


Jones Thos. miner. 

Kane Maurice, frmr, i6o a 
KINGDON HENRY, frmr, 320 
a, 20 m fmMVille, Downie- 
ville road, Oregon House. 
Klenzendorf J. H., frmr, 240 
acres, 

Koch Augustus, frmr, 160 a 
Koch Chas. G., frmr, 80 a. 
Labadie A. P. N., frmr, 160 a 
Labadie J. S. & C, E., Imbr. 
Labadie Peter, frmr, 160 a. 
Lawrence J., barkeeper. 
Lincoln Elisha, farmer. 

Long Louis, frmr, 80 acres. 
Lubmann J. H.,frmr, 160 a 
MACHPEE H. A., schl tchr. 
ManrresaJ., miner. 
McConnell James, frmr,4 6o a 
McConnell Jas. and Bros., 
butchers. 

McDowell Roscoe, miner. 
McGinn John, gardener, 1 68 a 
McLaughlin P., frmr, 160 a. 
McMenomy James, frmr, 160 
acres. 

McRuth M., frmr, 240 a. 
MERRIAM JOSEPH, frmr and 
hotel, Dobbins’ ranch, 28 
m from M’ville. 

Moison Chas. P., butcher. 
Moore J. 'H., frmr, 160 acres. 
Morris A., blacksmith. 

Morris Chas., miner. 

Mory G., frmr, 200 acres. 
Mullin S. G., frmr^ 160 a. 
Murphy H., miner. 

Ossclin P. E., frmr, 80 a. 
Owens Owen, frmr, 1 60 acres 
Pepper G. B., miner. 

Pereiva Fustano, miner, 160 a 
Pereiva Jose S., frmr, 80 a. 


Pierce John D., frmr, 160 a. 
Porter James M., frmr, 160 a. 
Potts Levd, frmr, 160 a. 
Prewit T. C., hotel. 

Purdy Creek Mining Co. 
Ranga Charles, farmer. 

Read Reuben & Son, frmrs, 
320 a. 

Reckshwardt V., miner. 
Rehm Benedict, frmr, 240 a. 
Robbins Mosses, frmr, 60 a. 
RUTH MICHAEL, frmr, 560 a 
Salsa John, frmr, 80 acres. 
Schoenholser George, genl 
mdse, 10 acres. 

Scott Catharine, frmr, 200 a. 
Scott John, farmer. 

Shields Mrs. H., frmr, 25 a. 
Signorette L., frmr, 160 acres 
Silva Antone. miner. 

Silva Frank, frmr, 80 acres. 
Silva Joseph, frmr, 160 acres. 
Simmons Charles, frmr, 160 a 
Skehan Thomas, frmr, 80 a. 
Slate Thomas C., farmer. 
SLINGSBY & GETTENS, genl 
mdse. 

SUNGSBY WM., (Slingsby & 
Gettens), res Dobbins’ 
Ranch, and County Super- 
visor Fifth District. 

SMITH MRS. CHAS., hotel. 
SMITH CHARLES, hotel. 
Soward A., frmr, 160 acres. 
Trevetick John, frmr, 160 a. 
Upham Jabez, frmr, 80 acres 
Varasseur Paul, frmr, 160 a. 
Wilard J. C., miner. 

Wilder Louis, farmer. 

Wile Boliver, farmer. 
Williams John, farmer, 80 a. 
Williams Joseph, miner, 20 a 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD &. SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


SMA YUBA COUNTY SMA 91 


Williams Thomas, farmer. 
Woods Joseph, farmer, fo a 
Woodward D. B., farmer. 
Yore James, frmr, 360 acres 
Yore John, frmr, 160 acres. 

Smartsville, 

A village nineteen miles east of 
Marysville, and surrounded by the 
most extensive gravel mines in the 
State, which are worked by the 
hydraulic process. The town has a 
population ot four hundred inhabi- 
tants, maintains two churches, a 
public school and Masonic, Odd Fel- 
lows^ and Good Templar’s Lodges. 
The town is pleasantly located in the 
foot-hills, and has many beautiful 
gardens, with neat and some expen- 
sive houses. It is one of the oldest 
mining camps in Yuba county, and 
large sums of money have been ex- 
pended in developing and working 
the rich mining claims surrounding 
it. The Golden Gate, Smartsville, 
Blue Point, Blue Gravel, Pittsburg 
and Yuba Mining Companies, with 
the Water Company’s claims, are the 
most notable in this locality. The 
Masons have a fine hall in which the 
different Orders hold their meetings. 
Express, telegraph and post-of5ces 
are located here, and stages leave 
daily for Marysville, San Juan and 
Nevada City. 


Alderman R. S., frmr, 480 a 
Barry Richard. 

Beasly Annie. 

Beatty John Jr., operator. 
Beatty Richard, miner. 

Berry Mrs. C., school teacher 
Berry J. V., miner. 

Boa Patrick, frmr, 160 acres. 
Bone Wm. H., miner. 
Bowman Alex., wagon mkr. 
Bowman Mrs. J., frmr, 400 a 


Bowman James, frmr, 160 a. 
Boyer John, miner. 

Bradford N. D., painter. 
Brady John, frmr, 1,601 a. 
Brew T. S.,book-kpr. 

Bridge J, W., teamster. 
Bridge Thos,, miner. 

Brooks Wm., teamster, 160 a 
Brown A. P., blacksmith. 
Brown Prank, hostler. 
Buckley Michael, miner. 

Burk Patrick, miner. 

Bushby George, frmr, 875 a. 
BUTLER P., Iqrs, cigars, &c, 
Byrnes James, miner, 1 

Cain Daniel, frmr, 200 acres. 
Carr James, miner, 

Carr T. H., school teacher. 
Cassidey H.. capitalist. 
CAUGHIE JOHN A., physician 
and surgeon. 

Chamberlain Wm., liquors. 
COLEMAN REV. N., pastor 
Catholic Church. 

Compton Chas. L., miner. 
CONLIN THOMAS, livery, sale 
and feed stable. 

Congdon F. D., frmr, 160 a. 
Conry Thomas, miner. 

Cory D, carpenter, I 

Cosgrove John, gnl mdse. 
Cramsie Wm., water agent. 
Crase John, miner. 
CRAWFORD M. J., miner and! 
ins agt. 

Crawford W. D., barber. 
Cunning Bertrand, frmr, 80 a 
Curran Mrs. Susan. 

Daley Lawrence, miner. 

Daly Patric, miner. 

Davis A. Henry^ plumber 
and gas fitter. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Pluinber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


The Furniture House ot Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


Cr. W. GHAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, Chico. 


92 SMA YUBA COUNTY. SMA 


j Davis Mrs. E. 

Davis E M., blacksmith. 
Davis Nero, frmr, 240 acres. 
Davis Reuben, blacksmith. 
Dempsey John, frmr and 
miner, 800 acres. 

Denahy Cornelius, miner. 
Denahy J., Iqrs. 

Dikeman W. H , clerk. 
Dougherty Daniel, gnl mdse. 
Douherty E. C., frmr, 160 a 
Douherty James, miner. 
Douherty John, miner. 
Dougherty Michael, frmr, 1 60 
acres, 

Dougherty Robert,frmr, 1 60 a 
Doyle James, miner. 

Duffy James, miner. 

Duham C. C , genl mdse. 
Durand Samuel, frmr, 160 a. 
Early T., miner. 

Elliott J. M., frmr, 160 acres 
Essner Peter, miner. 
Excelsior Store, genl mdse. 
EXCELSIOR WATER AND 
MINING COMPANY, Dan 1 
McGanny, Sup’t. 

Earley H. D., carpenter. 
Eitch Wm. H., stock rnch. 
FLINT JOSEPH A., water agt 
and County Supervisor 
4th District. 

Elint J. N., clerk. 

Eoot Leonard, miner. 

Eoust L. P., blacksmith. 
Erazier Benj., boot-maker. 
Gallagher Patrick, miner. 
Gallagher Peter, miner. 
Gardner Warren, laborer. 
Gratiot Henry, orchardist. 
Harvey Patrick, Sr,, miner. 
Henderson Mrs. B. F., wid. 


Hicks Mrs. Joseph, widow. 
Hiery Michael, miner. 

Hogan John, miner. 

Hogarth Henry, miner. ' 
Holliday Frank, teamster. 
Hughes Michael, miner. 
Hilling C. F'., frmr, 40 a. 
Hilling Wm. B., farmer, 
JEFFREY GEO., blacksmith, 
wgn mkr and horseshoer. 
Jewell Mrs. E. 

Jewell E. H , atty-aflaw, 
Karr Miss Anna Bell, school 
teacher. 

Keegan James, miner. 

Keith G. C., miner. 

Kelleher John, gardener. 
Kelley M. J., boot-maker. 
Kelley Peter, miner, 
Kennedy Thomas, boot-mkr 
Kerrigan A., liquors. 
Kerrigan Mrs. P., board and 
lodging. 

Kyan P., miner. 

Landhan T., miner. 

Looney Jerry, miner. 
Mahoney John, butcher. 
Malarkey Edward, farmer. 
Mark Anthony, miner, 
Marple Whitton, miner. 
McCambridge J., farmer. 
McCarty A., miner. 
McConnell John, teamster. 
McConnell Mrs. M., drugs & 
stationery. 

McConnell T. J., druggist. 
McCracken James, carpenter 
McGanny Daniel, miner, 480 
acres. 

McGonegal Wm., frmr, 510 a 
McKee Alfred, blacksmith. 
McKeegan James, miner. 


EHiss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 


HIBBARD A SOMIVIBR, Chico, Opticians. Telescope S'pectaclcs and 


SMA VU BA COUNTY. SMA 


McKiel, farm hand. 
McMenamin Miss Mary, schl 
teacher. 

McMullen Wm., frmr, i6o a. 
M’xNUTT JOHN F., Justice of 
the Peace. 

McQuaid John, teamster. 
Meara John O., miner. 
Meitzler Mrs. M., widow. 
Merdith W. J., 20 a. 
Middleton Amos, miner. 
MOONEY THOMAS, frmr and 
propr hotel. Empire Rch, 
350 a, 25 m east ofMville. 
Mullin John E., miner. 
Murphy Peter, miner. 
Murphy Stephen, miner. 
Murray John, miner. 

Murray Thos., stable keeper. 
Nev. Reservoir and Ditch Co 
Newbert T. A., farmer. 
Norred J. T., farmer. 

O’Brien James, miner. 
O’Brien Philip, miner. 
O’Conner Wm., miner. 
Peabody Mrs. A. A., widow. 
PEARDON JOHN, proprietor 
Smartsville Hotel. 

Peardon R , miner. 

Pearl Wm. M., druggisp 
Perkins J. L., frmr, 800 acres 
Petit N. J., genl mdse. 
Philips Mrs. C. 

Pickens Bartholomew, farmr, 
1 1 2 acres. 

Pierce R. T., clerk. 

Poole Frank, farmer. 

Powell Michael, miner. 
Pritchett Jacob, frmr, 90 a. 
Quick Eliza. 

Rearden Dennis, miner. 
REDFIELD 0 . F., book-kpr. 


Reid Samuel, gardener. 
Robbins Fred., miner. 
Robins Mrs. John, widow. 
Robins N., miner. 

Rowan John L., frmr, 80 a. 
Rowan Mrs. J., frmr, 160 a. 
Rowan Mary A., frmr, 160 a 
Ryan Patrick, miner. 

Sanders Daniel, miner. 
Sanders John Jr., frmr. 
Sanford Benj., frmr, 160 a. 
Shields )ohn, frmr, 160 acres 
SLATTERY C. C., meats, 
wholesale and retail. 

Smith Anthony, miner. 
Smith Barney, hotel. 

Smith Matthew, miner. 

Smith & Murray, livery st’ble 
Smith Owen, miner. 
Steinkaup J. P., miner. 
Sullivan Mrs. M. A., widow. 
Sweeney Michael, miner. 
Symons Geo., boot- maker. 
Thrush Geo. W., farmer. 
Tharp A. W., liquors. 
TIFFTR. W., physician, sur- 
geon and land owner, 1 60 
a, 6 m from Wheatland. 
Tolan Robert, frmr, 150 a. 
Toole, J. M., frmr, 160 a. 
Tyrrell James, miner. 
Vineyacd J. T. & Bros., frmr, 
400 acres. 

Walsh John, frmr, 160 acres. 
Ward W. W., liquors. 
Warne Mrs. Mary, farmer. 
WELSH JOHN, stock ranch, 
320 a, 5 m fm Smartsville. 
Welch R. E., farmer. 
Westell R., miner. 

Whelan Jerry, miner. 

Wilbur Leonard, laborer. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters' Stock, Chico, Cal. 


TICENER. BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 


STR YUBA COUNTY. STR 


Wiseman T. C., miner. 


strawberry Valley, 

Located forty-five miles northeast ol' 
Marysville in the centre of a large 
mining district. It has a tri-weekly 
mail communication, and Wells, 
Fargo’s & Oo.’s express have an 
agency at this point. 


Adams Edwin, miner. 
Attenburg Wm., miner. 

Bean Augustus, iarmer. 

Bean Paris, miner. 

Berry D. E., stage driver. 
Birmingham T., blacksmith 
and toll-road. 

Bridges O. L., miner. 
Buckner J. C. H. & Co., 
miners. 

Davey Wm. H., 280 acres. 
Drake J. H., genl mdse. 
Emerson E. A., butcher. 
Glazebrook Jas., farmer. 
Goble E., miner, 40 acres. 
Jones Wm., frmr, 160 acres. 
Merrill Oliver, farmer. 
Onken F, G.,frmr, 160 acres 
Peterson Thos., frmr, 160 a. 
Prindle Chas., blacksmith. 
Stricklin Henry, miner. 
Thomas Edward, miner. 
Traves N. E., farmer. 

West James, miner. 

Wilson John, miner. 

Youlen Wm., postmaster. 


Sucker Flat, 

A mining camp located one mile 
from Smartsville, in the center of 
the hydraulic mines at this point 


Bearley Mrs. Richard, widow 
Beatty R., miner. 

Brosnan Mike, miner. 
Buckley Mike, miner. 

Burns John, miner, 

Byrne James, miner. 

Carr B., miner. 

Claid Joe, miner. 

Clark Mrs. W., wid,, board- 
ing house. 

Compton Chas., miner. 
Conry Thos., miner. 
Costelow John, miner. 

Creed J. M., miner. 

Crutchley John, miner. 

Daly Patrick, board and 
lodging. 

Darey Geo., miner. 

Denehy J., liquors. 
Dougherty Daniel, liquors. 
Doyle James, miner. 

Dubby James, miner. 

Dugan Mrs. B., widow. 

Early T., miner. 

Elder J., miner. 

Ferris James, miner. 

Flannigan , miner. 

Flannigan J., miner. 

Foote Leonard, teamster, 
Fouse Lewis, blacksmith. 
Gelleher Thos., miner. 
Havey Patrick, miner. 

Kelly James, miner. 

Kelley John, miner. 

Kelly Peter, miner. 

Kerrigan Ambrose, liqugrs. 
Looney J. M., miner. 

Looney Mrs. K., widow. 
Macra John, miner, 

Mansau Z., engineer. 
McCallum John, miner. 
McFadden H., miner. 


E. A. Harrinsrton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



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McFait W m., miner. 

Mead G., miner. 

Melarkey Edward, miner. 
Monk James, miner. 

Monk Mrs. James, widow. 
Monk W m., miner. 

Murphy Morris, miner. 
Murphy Stephen, hotel. 
Ormond Mike, miner. 

Pettit N. J., liquors. 

Phillips Mrs. W., widow. 
Reardon Dennis, miner. 
Shea Wm., miner. 

Sheehen Mrs. Patrick, wid. 
Sleep Wm. Henry, miner. 
Tailor Wm., miner. 

Tyrrell James, blacksmith. 

Wagner , miner. 

Welch Richard, miner. 
Whelan Jerry M , miner. 
White Rich’d, miner. 


SOTJTTIZ: 

FEATHER WATER 

—AND— 

Union Mining Company 


PRESIDENT E. GREEN 

SUPERINTENDENT,...-. J. HARRIS 
SECRETARY, A. HALSEY 


Sicard Flat. 

General Office, 3i2 Montg’y St., 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 


Timbuctoo, 

It is said was first located by name 
in 1850 by one Wm. Monigan, who 
had been perusing a history of Africa, 
and named it after one of its capi- 
tals. This place is situated sixteen 
miles east of Marysville, and has 
two hundred inhabitants, with a 
church, which is used by the var- 
ious denominations. It is sustained 
solely by the miners, among which 
are the following prominent claims : 
Pactolas, Babb and Bose’s Bar, 
There are also a number of rich 
quartz ledges, which are being pros- 
pected — one of them, the Mark An- 
thony, has been extensively worked, 
and the Company have lately erected 
a five stamp mill, lo be run by 
water power. There is daily stage 
and mail communication with San 
Juan, Nevada City and Marysville. 


Brady Mrs. Frank, widow. 
COSGROVE JOHN, groceries. 
Crankshaw Mrs. James, wid. 
Crawford M. J , ins. agent. 
Curran Mrs. Mark, widow. 
Esmer Peter, miner. 

PTench John, miner. 

Hogarth Henry, miner. 
Linscott A., miner. 

Low S., miner. 

Marple W., blacksmith. 
McCarthy Andrew, miner. 
McCartney Mrs. M., widow, 
boarding. 

Newbert Thos, carpenter. 
O’Brien Philip, miner. 
O’Connor, Wm., miner. 
Pritchett J , horticulturist. 
Quick Mrs. E., widow. 

Smith Matthew, miner. 

Smith Owen, miner. 

Spanna Pete, watchmaker. 
Steinkamp John P. Jr., miner 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor . Third & Broadway, Chico. 

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Steinkamp, John P. Sr., mnr 
THARP A. W., Postmaster 
and general merchandise. 
Williams J., miner. 
Worthington Mrs. Dr. P'., 
widow. 


Wheatland, 

Is an incorporated town of 400 in- 
habitants, twelve miles southeast of 
Marysville, on the line of the Cali- 
fornia and Oregon Railroad. The 
town was laid out in 1866, and is in 
the midst of a fine agricultural re- 
gion, and is a trading center of con- 
siderable importance. In the town 
is a large flouring mill, a bank, and 
a number of fine brick buildings, and 
an excellent public school. The 
Wheatland Recorder, a local jour- 
nal, is published weekly. 


Adkins Oliver, farmer. 
Anderson B. D., frmr., 300 a. 
Anderson G. L., farmer. 
Amstead O, farmer. 

Amstead W. O., frmr, 122 a. 
Atkinson A, A., farmer. 
Atkinson F. B., farmer. 
Atkinson W. B., farmer. 
BAUN, J. F., blacksmith & 
wagon maker. 

Bedford J. W., machinist. 
Beglinger Henry, miner. 
Beilby C. W., frmr, 630 a. in 
Sutter Co. 

Belnap C., carpenter. 
Bennett J. E., laborer. 

Berry C. P. & R. C., farmers 
I > 5 5 3 Sutter Co. 

Berry D. W., farmer, 480 a. 
Berry J. D. & B. M,, farmers 
480 a. in Sutter Co. 


Betz Samuel, frmr, 80 a. in 
Sutter Co. 

Bevan Mrs. Ann. 

Bevan Chas. 

Bevan Edward, (Bevan & 
Swift). 

BEVAN & HARRIS, livery 
stable. 

Bevan & Swift, blacksmiths. 

Bevan T. E. (Bevan & Har- 
ris.) 

Blackford P., laborer. 

Bowe P., farmer, 320 acres. 

Boulware Mrs. W., frmr, 160 
acres, in Sutter Co. 

Bowman I. L. 

Bowne Alex. 

Bowne Mrs. Susan. 

Bowne W. B., blacksmith. 

Bradshaw J , farmer. 

Brandt John C. 

Brandt Chas. (Brandt & 
Johnson.) 

BRANHT & JOHNSON, bakery 
and hotel. 

Bray P. M., Justice of Peace. 

Bray Thomas, frmr, 480 a. 

Brewer Thos., frmr, 4,000 a, 
Sutter Co. 

Brittan J. F., laborer. 

Brock I. N., frmr, 916 a, in 
Sutter Co. 

Browing C. F., liquors. 

Buckinham G. W., laborer. 

BUCKLAND G. G., blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Calmers Frank. 

Calmes Jerome (Calmes & 
Ross. ) 

CALMES & ROSS, harness 
and saddles. 

CANTLIN D. L., frmr, 320 a. 


Colusa Stag-e Co., General Office,) Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 



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WHE YUBA COUNTY. WIIE o; 

CARNDUFF FRANK F., propr 
Wheatland Recorder, atty- 
at-!a\v and Notary Public. 
Carr Mrs. P. A., widow. 
Carrow J., farmer. 

Cartwright D. C., farmer. 
Chana Claude, 

Chapman Henry, carpenter. 
Clancy J., laborer. 

Coffrey E. H., miller. 

Corbin H. W., farmer. 
Cornforth Herald, clerk. 
Cornell John. 

Crepse S. H., farmer 

Creps W. A., frmr, 1,403 a. 
Critser Mrs. A. 

Crister Mrs. S., widow. 
DALBEY FRANK, JR., har- 
ness and saddles. 

Dam Adelaide, farmer, 177 a 
Dam B, F., farmer, 360 acres 
Dam Mrs. C. G., 270 acres. 
Dam Cyrus K., Co. Super- 
visor, 3d dist., and farmer, 
1,109 acres. 

Danby G., farmer, 75 acres. 
Day Geo., blacksmith. 

Davis Nero, farmer, 160 a. 
Deck A. M., farmer. 

Dowane Mrs. D. 

DOWANE M. D., wagon ma- 
ker. 

Dowane Wm., flour packer. 
Dow W. D., clerk. 
Drollinger John. 

Dunn W. B., farmer. 

Duplex E. P., barber. 

Durst D. P., physicisn. 

Ellis Percy, physician. 
England Caston (England & 
Lowe.) 

England & Lowe, liquors. 

EWING T. S., PrestFarmeis’ 
Bank of Wheatland, and 
land owner in Sutter Co., 
720 acres. 

Fagg A. M., farmer, 200 a. 

FARMERS’ BANK OF 
WHEATLAND, T. S. Ew- 
ing President. 

Farrell J. J.. genl mdse. 

Findlay Wm. A. 

Finley H., farmer. 

Francees C , painter. 

FRASER DANIEL, frmr, res 
Nevada road. 

Gallagher Chas., frmr, 316 a, 
in Sutter Co. 

Gardener Mrs. E. S., 158 a. 

Gardner Mrs. M. 

GILETTE C. P., frmr, north 
side M’ville and Nevada 
road, 640 acres. 

Goodkind A. (Landis & 
Goodkind.) 

Greenough Chas.. miner. 

Hail Henry. 

Hainer H., laborer, res Mville 
and Nevada road. 

Hall G., farmer, 20 acres. 

Hamilton J. T. 

Harding Wm., farmer, 1,630 
acres. 

Hardman A. H., butcher. 

Harris T. R. ( Bevan & Har- 
ris.) 

Hartman Amos. 

Harvey Geo. W., clerk. 

Hatch Mrs. M. W. 

HASKELL N., painter. 

HATNER E. R., farm hand. 

Hedger W. A., farmer. 

Hernman L. B. 

Henderson C., laborer. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico.* 


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TICENER BURNHAM & CO. Bay Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, Chico. 


98 WHE YUBA COUNTY \VHE 


Holland C. 

HOLLAND W. W., Cashier 
Farmers’ Bank of Wheat- 
land. 

Hollingshead J. M., clerk. 

Holloman E. W., lawyer. 

Homer Michael, frmr, 320 a 

Hooper J. M., frmr, *160 a. 

Hooper O. C., frmr, 160 a. 

Hewlett J. M., farmer. 

Howser R. H., farmer. 

Huffaker J. W., frmr, 280 a 
in Sutter Co. 

Huffmaster Chas., blacksmith 

Huffmaster Edward, engi- 
neer, 1 60 acres. 

Hunt Erancis. 

Hutchinson P. L. frmr, 1,236 
acres. 

Tnlow Samuel. 

IRWIN DAVID, Supt lumber 
yard. 

James John D., capitalist. 

JASPER J. M. C., farmer, 
1,000 a, res East Bear 
river. 

Jasper J. D., laborer. 

Johnson Mrs. M. A., widow. 

Johnson Mrs. S. A. (Brandt 
& Johnson. 

Jones D. N., farmer, 480 a. 

Jopson Mrs. S., farmer, 260 
acres, in Sutter Co, 

Jordan C, farmer, 320 acres. 

Jordan Mrs, C. T., 294 acres 

Judy T. W., clerk. 

Justis Chas., groceries. 

Karge Henry (Seibold & 
Karge.) 

Kelser C,, farmer. 

Kempton H. B., frmr, 860 
acres in Sutter Co. 


Kennard W, R., printer. 

Kessmer M,, farmer. 

Keyes & Brewer, frmrs, 876 
acres in Sutter Co. 

Keyes J. H., frmr, 1,189 
acres in Sutter Co. 

Kirkpatrick Wm,, boot-mkr, 

Kirshner Erank, farmer, 155 
acres. 

Kraft Augustus, hostler. 

Kuster Fred, farmer, 1,322 a. 

Kuster John, farmer, 286 a. 

Kuster Samuel, farmer, 780 a. 

Landes B. 

LANDIS & GOODKIND, gen’l 
mdse, agts W. F. & Co., 
and postoSice. 

Landis John (Landis & Good- 
kind) and postmaster. 

Langdon Ira B. 

Lanyon B., jeweler. 

Larrabee G. farmer. 

Larrabee P. S,, farmer, 10 a. 

LAVERTYJOHN, bootmaker. 

Lee F. O. (Wiley & Lee). 

Levy J., clerk. 

Lipp A. P., clerk. 

Lipp W. P., Justice of Peace, 
farmer 158 a. in Sutter Co. 

Little David, carpenter. 

Little Doron, blacksmith. 

Lofton F. R., farmer, 3,000 a. 

Luce W. H., farmer, 360 a. 
in Sutter Co, 

Luce Charles, farmer 467 a. 
in Sutter Co. 

Lowe W. H. (England & 
Lowe) . 

Lumbard Wm., bookkeeper, 

Mayer J, H.. farmer, 700 a. 

Major J. & R., farmers, 1,190 
acres. 


Miss M. J. Ftttnain, Millinery, Cor. Fourth £ind D Sts ; Marysville. 



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Mallory O., harness maker 
Mansfield E. W., farmer. 
Manwell G. W.. engineer. 
Marts W K , plasterer. 
McCallum C., miller. 
McCarthy Cathren. 
McDonald J. L., miller. 
McFee W. J.. agtC.P. R. R. 
McKenny J., laborer. 
McKenny R., laborer. 
Metlock R. J., farmer, i6 a. 
in Sutter Co. 

Mercer Wm., farmer, 700 a. 
Miller Enoch, farmer, 199 a 
Morrison H., farmer. 

Muck George, farmer 410 a. 
Murdy Robert. 

Murphy Mrs. J. R., (widow). 
Muse J., farmer, 160 acres in 
Sutter Co. 

Musser Frank, laborer. 
NEUSTADT M. M., proprietor 
Central Hotel. 

Ney John. 

Niemeyer W. H., farmer, 160 
a. in Sutter Co. 

Oague Mrs. Mary. 

Oakley A. W., farmer, 1,280 
acres. 

Parker Mrs. L. D. 

Patton Nathaniel, blacksmith 
Perkins J. L., farmer, 1,280 a. 
Perkiss Fred. 

Rhodes John, foreman station 
Rickey J. D., Clerk. 

Rodden H., farmer, 516 a. 
Rodden J.^ laborer. 

RODDEN W. B., labr. Wheat- 
land and Nevada Road. 
Ross B. F. (Calmes & Ross). 
Samuel Aaron (Wolf & 
Samuel). 


Savoy J. V., clerk. 

Schlosser C , farmer. 

Scott M. A., druggist. 

Scott W. K. 

Siebold E. J. (Seibold & 
Karge.) 

SEIBOLD & KARGE, proprs 
American Hotel. 

Shaffer J., farmer. 

Shaver James, frmr, 319 a. 
Sheets E., blacksmith. 
Sheppard N. H. 

Shields Thos., tin, hardware, 
and crockery. 

Single C., laborer. 

Simening Henry, frmr, 234 
acres in Sutter Co. 

Slater J. E., farmer, 620 a. 
Sowell J. W., farmer, 237 a. 
Sparks M.V., farmer, 1,500 a 
Spires Mary E. 

Star F., laborer. 

Steinman John. 

Stevenson Mrs. E., widow. 
Stewart J. A., wagon maker. 
Stoddard Cyrus, smutter. 
Stutzman S., farmer. 

Sullivan John. 

Swift A. J. (Bevan & Swift.) 
Swift Sarah. 

Tallent Matt. 

Tended J. M., farmer. 

Tozer lone J. 

Tozer Laura. 

TOWLE & CO., lumber dealers 
Tracy Annie, farmer. 
TRIMMER JOSEPH, liquors. 
Van Ankin T. 

Vance G. M., carpenter. 
Waddle C. D., marshal. 
Webster A. J., stock ranch, 
3,500 acres. 


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Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GHAVEiS. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico 


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Warren Wm , farmer, 480 
acres in Sutter Co. 
Wheatland Mills Co., R. 
Lofton Supt. 

WHEATLAND RECOHDER, 
Frank F. Carnduff, propr. 
Wheeler M. L. 

White H. A., druggist. 
Whiteside A., farmer, 
WHITESIDE 0 ., frmr, 800 a. 
Whitesides Alex., frmr, 281a 
Wiley B. F. (Wiley & Lee.) 
WILEY & LEE, meat market. 


J. F. BAUI, 


Cor. Fourth and C streets, 
WHEATLAND, 

Cal. 

BEVAN & HARRIS. 

Feed and Sale Stable ! 


Teams on Keasonable Terms. 


Horses Kept By the Day, Week or Month 

Wheatland, Cal. 

BRANDT & JOHNSON, 

BAKSaY & K®TBIU, 

-itla. Street, 
Wheatland, - - - Cal 


Wolf J., tailor. 

Wolf & Samuel, genl mdse. 
Wolf Simon (Wolf & Sam- 
uel.) 

Wood Jane D., farmer, 200a 
WOOD S. D., frmr, Wheatland 
road, 300 acres. 

Woods Owen. 

Woods W. B., farmer. 
Wright Geo. S. 

Yarborough G., night watch- 
man. 

Young W., laborer. 

“FARMERS’ BANK 

OF WH:F^VTIL,A.]Vr>, 

STIENMAN’S BUILDLNG, FRONT STREET 

DIRECTOR « : 

G. D. McLEAN, T. S. EWING, 

A. W. OAKLEY, WM. HARDING, 

JAS, H. KEYES. 

CHECKS AT PAR ON 

National Gold Bank, D. 0. Mills 8 l 
Co., Sacramento; Bank of Cal- 
ifornia, San Francisco. 

Interest paid on large and small deposits. 

Money loaned at low rates of interest on ap- 
proved securities, and transact 

A General Banking Business. 


Office Hours — F rom 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

T. S. EWING, President. 
W. W. HOLLAND, Cashier. 


& mss. 


CARRIAGE TRIMMING. 

Corner Fourth <& C, 

Wheatland, - - Cal. 


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Tbe lewsjest, BngMeat aad Beat. 



J"o-CLxrLa.l o± To-d.a.3r- 

F. F. CARNDUFF, ----- Editor and Ppoprietor 


Iii(l61(ii(l6Dt in All TMiS'-Nfiiilral ii Nolli ! 


THE RECORDER is on a sound foundation, ably 
conducted, and a popular paper in its locality. It is the 
only newspaper published in the town of Wheatland, 
there being but one other paper in the County. I ts circu- 
lation is large and rapidly increasing. Advertising rates 
made known, and sample copies sent free, on application. 



ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Recorder Office, Wheatland, 

YUBA COUNTY, CAL. 


J. N. MO AD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


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Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing^. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Go’s, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES,. I Drug’s and Chemicals, Chico. 


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YUBA COUNTY. 


WHE 


THE 

KEYSTONE MARKET! 

WILEY &. LEE, Proprietors, 

DEALERS IN 

Choice Beef, 

Mutton, Pork 

and Veal. 

All orders promptly and carefully filled. 


MAIN STREET, 


WHEATLAND 


Central Hotel ! 

^v<ra.iin. St., 

WHEATLAND, : : : : CAL 

M. M. NEUSTADT, 

Proprietor. 

The TABLE will at all times be supplied 


Board and Lodging to Suit the Times. 


GEO.G. BUCKLAND 

Wheatland, California, 

Carriage Manufacturer 

— AND— 

HORSE-SHOER, 

— ALSO— 

Manufacture Patent Wa^on Brakes. 


Wholesale and retail dealers in 

GENERAL 

^rchandise ! 

POlTOPflil, 

— AND — 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

WHEATLAND, YUBA CO., CAL. 


AMERICAN HOTEL, 

WHEATLAND, CAL. 

First Class Accommodations 

AT THE MOST 

Reasonable Rates. 
SEIBOLD & KARGE. - - Props. 


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Grand Salomi, 

JOS. TRIMMER, Prop’r. 

Good Drinks, Cool Drinks, 

Fine Wines & Choice Liquors, 

— AND — 

»11K- TEM 

4th St , Wheatland, Cal. 


HOFFUAIT A KAEKEE., 

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J^XaiEl DBI^-A-3iTX)S ex' 

Liquors, Cigars, Etc., 

Corner Third and Virgin alley, 
MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


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SUTTER COUNTY. 


Organized in 1850. Bounded north by Yuba and Butte, east by Yuba 
and Placer, south by Sacramento and Yolo, and west by Yolo and Colusa 
counties. Area, 576 square miles; County Seat, Yuba City; population, 
estimated 7,800; value of real and personal property, estimated $5,400,- 
000. The county was named after General John A Sutter, one of its first 
settlers, and who for many years made his home at Hock Farm, on the 
banks of Feather river. It was in the Generafs mill-race on the south 
fork of the American river at Coloma, El Dorado county, gold was first 
discovered, on the 19th of January, 1848. The Buttes, a group con- 
sisting of three rugged peaks, rising abruptly from the plain to an alti- 
tude of 1,100 feet, and covering an area of twelve miles in length and four 
miles in breadth, form a land mark of the valley. The resources are ex- 
clusively agricultural, the county occupying a fertile section in the center 
of the Sacramento valley. Productions, small grains and fruit. The 
Briggs orchard, one of the most valuable in the State, is located two miles 
south of Yuba City. The producers are favored with two navigable 
streams on the east and west of the county, which gives quick transit and 
low freights to tide water. County officers : Jesse H. Craddock, County 
Judge; M. C. Barney, District Attorney; W. H. Lee, Recorder and 
Auditor; Wm. P. Harkey, Sheriff and Tax Collector; A. B. Van Arsdale, 
Treasurer; A. E. Clary, Assessor; J. G. McMillan, Surveyor; Jasper 
Fields, Coroner and Public Administrator; O. E. Graves, Superintendent 
Public Schools. 


E. A. Harrincrton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 




24 Post Street, near Kearny, 


SAN FRANCISCO. 

Designed to impart a thorough English Education, a complete Business Training, and practical 
instruction lu Modern Languages, Drawing, Telegraphy, etc. 


The School-Room and Counting-Room 

Are unit^ upon a plan that secures to the student all the practical advantages of each. There is 
in operation a Banking House, with Checks, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Elxchange, 
Certificates of Deposit, etc., fully illustrating the banking business. 

The school-room is elegantly fitted up with 

Merchandising, Jobbing, and Importing Emporiums, 

Insurance and General Banking Offices, 

Commission and Forwarding Houses, 
Express and Post Offices. 


SOME OF THE SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OF THIS SCHOOL 

The attention given to gentlemanly manners and correct business habits, and the fact that its Business 
Training is not confined to Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic, but imparts such useful information 
as the times now demand for a high position in the mercantile community. 

The careful discipline which is maintained at all times in the school, and the requirement that every 
pupil shall be prompt and punctual in attendance, as well as energetic and business-like in all work, thus 
forming habits which are necessary to nis future success. 

The employment of only first-class teachers in every Department, and in sufficient numbers to give 
personal attention to every pupil. 

Its complete system of AOTUAX BUSINESS PRACTICE, by which pupils are fitted to enter the 
Coimting-house directly from the School. 

The high standing of its graduates in the business community. 

The pains taken for securing positions for graduates in good business establishments. 4 

The admission of pupils of both sexes and of any age, thus rendering young boys more manly by the 
association with pupils of an older age. 

In having the largest and best ventilated and arranged school-rooms, and the largest yearly attendance 
of any Business Training School in America. 

The immediate notification of parents in case of absence of any pupil, and the pains taken to keep them 
informed of the progress and deportment of their sons. 

The fact that each pupil becomes an el *gant business penman before nuduating. 

Its Departments of Modern Languages and Drawing, in which pupils can receive instruction without 
extra charge. 

Its complete Department of Telegraphy, in which students are fitted to enter at once upon their duties 
as operators. 

Finally, its freedom from disadvantages of public schools in its exclusion of boys of a bad character ; 
the gentlemanly deportment required from all pupils ; in having no change of teachers ; in giving individual 
instruction, and the consequent rapid advancement of eiimh pupil ; in the course of instruction being so 
arranged as to allow the student to enter at any time ; in having no vacations to compel the pupil to leave 
before finishing his course ; and in the honest endeavor of every teacher to promote the best interests of 
each pupil in the school 


DEPARTMENT OF TELEGRAPHY. 

This department is a complete institution of itself, and affords facilities for learning telegraphy practi- 
cally and thoroughly. Instruction in this branch is of v jry little avail unless special pains are taken to train 
pupils for operators from the beginning ; and a glance at our department will convince any one that we have 
the facilities for so doing. 

tNSTRUCTION FOR LADIES. 

Ladies are admitted into all departments of the College on the same terms and conditions as young men. 
Their progress in all branches thus far has been most flattering. 


GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Pupils can enter the College at any time, and pursue their studies to graduation without interruption, if 
they see fit to do so. Pupils not sufficiently advanced for the Business Course can enter for instruction in 
the English Department. 

Modem Languages and Drawing are optional studies, and may be taken or not as the student may see 
fit ; but no extra charge will be made for them when piu^ued. 

The discipline of the school is very careful, in order to impart such habits as shall conduce to the future 
success of graduates. 

Visitors will b 3 always welcome at the College, as we are pleased to have the public inform itself of the 
merits of our schooL 

For information on any point not fully tmderstood, do not fail to fiall at the school, or to write to us. 

HEALD’S COLLEGE JOURNAL, 

Published monthly by the College and containing full particulars regarding the Cotirse of Studies, Expenses, 
etc., also, a large amount of interesting general reading, maybe had free of charge, either at the College 
Office, 24 Post Street, or by addressing 


E. F. Heald, Fresid&nt Business College, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 


2i POST STPtEET, SAN FPANCISCO. 




The Leading Commercial School on the Coast 


E. P. HEALD, President. 


F. C. WOODBURV, Secretary. 


The object of this school is to educate for the practical affairs of life. In addition to a complete and 
systematic course of business training, it instructs thorouijhly in the English branches, in French, German, 
and Spanish, in civil en^neering, surveying, drawing, telegraphy, phonography, etc. ; thus affording a most 
useful courso of instruction for boys, young men, and ladies, and rendering this school 

TMS MODEL COLLEGE QF TEE FAGIFIO. 

The aim ov' the school is not alone to lit its pupils for clerks and book-keepers, but also to impart such a 
broad culture as is now demanded of a man of business affairs. The mere fact of being a commercial man 
should be a presumption that he is well educated, and a gentleman. It is the design of this school — by its 
comprehensive coiurse of instruction, and its thorough training in mercantile affairs and correct business 
habits— to render its graduates distingiiishable >)y their gentlemanly ways and gwd business principles, 
as well as noted for industry, perseverenco, and enterprise. 

ThQ EusiumB Cm^BQ* 

This will include Book-keeping in all its forms, by both single and double entry, comprising practical 
■^ork in Banking, Jobbing, Importing, Commission, llailroatUng, Brokerage, *etc. ; Arithmetic, including 
abbreviated forms of commercial calculations in use by good accountants ; Penmanship, with complete 
analysis and movement exercises ; Correspondence, comprising all the different forms with rules for use of 
capital letters and punctuation ; Mercantile Law, with loctmres on all the important topics ; English 
Branches, including reading, spelling, grammar, composition exercises, rhetoric, etc. ; French, German, and 
Spanish ; Drawing in its various forms ; Business Forms of every variety ; actual Practice in all kinds of 
business ; Lectures on book-keepii^, penmanship, business customs, political economy, and various topics 
calculated to impart to the pupil habits of industry, promptness in business affairs, and reliability of 
character. 

ThB FIslu Qf Isstiuotioa 

Includes both class exercises and individual instruction. By this plan our pupils are advanced f ery rapidly, 
and greater progress is shown in three months than in many other schools in one year. By our system the 
student is never retarded by those less advanced or of inferior ability, and is never obliged to remain idle 
waiting for needed instrubtion. 

Thoory asd PiBOtioo 

Are combined In such a manner as to make each a great aid to the other. No course of mere theory can be 
relied on as a training for business affairs. Our system comprises all the details and the practical workings 
of the coimting-house, bank, and business office. By its novel plan of operation the pupil is prepared to 
enter at once upon his duties as book-keeper, cashier, entiy clerk, or accoimtant. Diiring his course he is 
thoroughly instructed in changing books from single to double entry, detecting errors in books, openiag and 
closing books in all kinds of business, making out all kinds of bxisiness statements and papers, writing up all 
the (lifferent forms required by the active business man. . In fact om: novel system of actual business prac- 
tice has been pronounced by all who have examined its workings, the most complete and practical plan of 
instruction ever introduced into any school in the country— a fact which is amply proved by the business 
capacity of our graduates. 

Estioa oi Tuitiom 


The rates of tuition for the business comrse, as above, are as follows : 


Full Business Course, 6 mos $75 

“ «« “ 3 “ 50 

“ “ “ 1 mo 20 


Evening Sessions, 0 mos $45 

“ « 3 “ 25 

** “ 1 mo 10 


Pupils will be received for special instruction in any branch at reasonable rates. 


Mquib Qi lastiruotioa^ 

Day sessions will continue each week day, except Saturday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. and from 1.30 Vo 4 p. m. 
Evening sessions will continue from 7 to 9 P. m., during eight months, extending from first of September to 
first of May the following year. 

Further luioimutiou^ 


Full particulars regarding the school and its workings may be had at the office of the College, 24 Post 
Street, or by addressing 



E. P. HEALD, President Business Coiiege, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


KIR SUTTER COUNTY. I.IV 105 


Kirkville. 

P. 0. Situated 18 miles southwest 
of Yuba City, and is th-e trading 
point for a fine agricultural section. 

Birdell John & Bro , 8 acres. 
Bostwick N. D., farmer, 129 
acres. 

Cobb C. C., farmer, 123 a. 
Cole John, farmer, 400 acres. 
Corrall D., farmer, 440 acres 
Cummins Thomas, frmr, 453 
acres. 

Darby M. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Dickey S. R., farmer, 160 a. 
Dunhain Thomas, frmr, 1 20 a 
Green B. M., farmer, 160 a. 
Green O. B., farmer, 100 a. 
Hart & Gosman, farmers, 250 
acres. 

Hart Thomas, frmr, no a, 
Hiatt B. S. J., 551 acres. 
Hiatt & Tisdale, farmers, 61 1 
acres. 

Hiatt W. H., farmer, 80 acres 
Kimmerer Martin, farmer, 
155 acres. 

Kirk T. D., frmr, 160 acres. 
Kirtley & Gwin, farmers, 877 
acres. 

Kirtley N. B./ farmer, 160 a. 
Lamb Frank, farmer, 169 a. 
Lowe, Myers & Co., mer- 
chants, 203 acres. 

Moore J. P., farmer, 407 a. 
Sills David, farmer, 175 acres 
Smith John H., farmer, i6oa 
Smith Martha A., frmr, 124 
acres. 

Smith W. A., fanner, 168 a. 
Varty Frank, farmer, 169 a. 
Weis Jacob, farmer, 645 a. 


Live Oak 

P. O- On the California and Oregon 
Railroad, eight miles northwest of 
Yuba City, at which point large 
quantities of wood is shipped and 
considerable trading done. 

Bihlman Geo., farmer, 796 a. 
Blodgett S., farmer, 160 a. 
Bockman Stephen, farmer, 
320 acres. 

Campbell Geo., farmer, 140 
acres. 

Clark Otis, farmer, 560 acres 
Clouser Abram, frmr, 316 a. 
CLYMA FRANK, farmer. 

Crum J M., farmer, 937 a. 
Elliot Wm , farmer and con- 
tractor. 

Galbreath James, farmer, 360 
acres. 

Gregory H. L.. general mer- 
chandise and- postmaster. 
Guidery Timothy, farmer, 
560 acres. 

Herring A., farmer, 222 a. 
Lathrop G. W., farmer, 39 a. 
LUTHER H., farmer, 300 a. 
ManaughWm., farmer, 685 a. 
Manuel Wm., farmer, 240 a. 
Mayfield I. F., farmer, 147 
acres. 

McF'arland T. A., clerk with 
H. L. Gregory. 

McGrew A. M., farmer, 137 
acres. 

McGrew J. W.^ farmer, 240 a. 
Mettier C. H., farmer, 520 a. 
METTIER J. S.,frmr, 320 a 
Mould Wm., farmer, 480 a. 
Pulcifer Miss, school teacher. 
Rackelbush Henry, farmer, 
138 acres. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



TICKNER, BURNHAMl Sc Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Soil Everything^ Cheap.^ 


G. W. GRAVES, 'Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


io6 MER SUTTER COUNTY MER 


Ramsdell I. N., saloon keeper 

Schooley Mrs. Annie, farmer, 
314 acres. 

SCHOONOVER SAMUEL C., 
farming land of J. M. 
Crum, 700 acres. 

Schrader Charles, farmer, 240 
acres. 

Smith Geo., farmer, 1,000 a. 

Steel A. L., justice of Peace, 
farmer, 154 acres. 

Weber Peter, farmer, 320 a. 


Meridian. 

P. 0. Located 16 miles west of 
Yuba City, on the Sacramento river. 
A number of fine, public and private 
buildings have been erected at this 
place, and it is quite a trade center, 
large quantities of grain being an- 
nually shipped from this point. 

Anson B. D., farmer, 78 a. 
Ballew Mrs. E. M., farmer, 
240 acres. 

Baty Thomas, farmer, 480 a. 
Berks John, farmer, 250 a. 
Bingham W. ]., farmer, 80 a. 
Blanks J. B., liquors. 
Borroughs J. S., clergyman 
(Baptist). 

Brice Mrs. Agnes, frmr, 400 
acres. 

Burgett Henry, frmr, 336 a. 
Burgett, Moon & Co., genl 
mdse. 

Burgett & Schellenger, 30 
acres. 

Colclasure J. H., 210 acres. 
Conwell J. W., farmer, 360 a 
Davis S. F., farmer, 354 a. 
Decker ]., farmer, 200 acres. 
Decker J. N., farmer, 1 2 1 a. 


DEVORE C. P., physician and 
surgeon. 

Doty Jacob, farmer, 283 a. 
Doty Wm., farmer, 587 a. 
Douville Mrs. S. J., farmer, 
310 acres. 

Dunne James, farmer, 109 a. 
Dunne John, frmr, 194 acres 
Ely G. S., farmer, 160 acres. 
Flowers Mrs. E. F., farmer, 
40 acres. 

Fortna D. C., farmer, 179 a. 
Fouch Albert, physician. 
Fonts John F., farmer, 272 a. 
GLADiiEN J. M. (Burgett, 
Moon & Co.), Notary 
Public. 

Hageman John, frmr, 360 a. 
Hagerman Joseph, frmr, 156 
acres. 

Hewlett J. W., farmer, 285 a 
Hunter Mrs. Julia, 160 acres. 
Johnson J. D., farmer, 79 a. 
Jones Eb, farmer, 80 acres. 
Jones Harvey C., frmr, 160 a 
JONES JAMES G., farmer, 
325 acres. 

JONES JONAS, farmer, 200 a. 
Long C. C., constable. 

Magee Woolsey, frmr, 320 a 
Mathews James^ frmr, 237 a. 
Mawson Mrs. Agnes, farmer, 
1 20 acres. 

McCune Wm., farmer, 160 a 
Meier Wm., farmer, 80 acres 
Messick& Mitchell, butchers 
Mitchell A. H., farmer and 
butcher, 110 acres. 

Moon A. S., merchant, 78 a. 
Moon C. P., farmer, 95 apres 
Moon O, W., farmer, 156 a. 
Moore Wesley, farmer, 2 36 a. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, ^ Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 





HIBBARD & SOMMER Ohico, Ag-cnts for Bell Telephone. 


MKR SUTTER COUNTY NIC 107 

Nicolaus. 


Moore Alex., farmer, no a. 

Morrow B. F., farmer, 120 a. 

Newton O. H., farmer, 834 a. 

Nixon James, frmr, 76 acres 

Paine Sumner & Son, farm- 
ers, 1,857 acres. 

Paine Mrs. M. farrner, 254 
acres. 

Plumbly & Wise, farmers, 
158 acres. 

Ramsdell G. W., farmer, 532 
acres. 

Ramsey J. B., farmer, 318 a. 

ROCKHOLT J. wines, 

liquors and cigars. 

Schellenger C. H., black- 
smith. 

SMITH W. C., coroner and 
public administrator Sutter 
County. 

SMITH & WISEMAN, general 
merchandise. 

Stagmier Fred, farmer, 280 a. 

Sullenger L., farmer, 158 a. 

Sultzaberger Levi, farmer, 
155 acres. 

Summy A. d., farmer, 80 a. 

Summy Geo. R., farmer, 228 
acres. 

Summy L., farmer, 318 acres. 

Thompson Win., Jr. farmer, 
1 60 acres. 

Thompson Wm., Sr., farmer, 
80 acres, 

Thornburg E. F., frmr, 227 a. 

Wheeler D., farmer, 80 acres. 

Winship J. A., Justice of the 
Peace and farmer, 158 a. 

Wood Ira H., farmer, 440 a. 


P 0. On the banks of Feather 
River, 17 miles south of Yuba City. 
It is one of the oldest towns in 
Northern California, and has good 
school and church buildings. It is 
surrounded by a fine agricultural 
country. 


Abbott L. J., farmer, 147 a. 
Alg'er J. M., attorney-at-law 
and land owner, 158 acres. 
Andrews, Mrs. L. C., farm 
and hotel. 

Arens Mrs. A , farmer, 640 a. 
ARENS & BARBEE, general 
merchandise. 

Barnes Mrs. Susan, farmer, 
158 acres. 

Bauman John G., frmr, 158 a. 
Brown W. G., frmr, 1,713 a. 
Burrows R R., farmer, 171a. 
Carroll Patrick, farmer, 418 a. 
CHANDLER A. L., farmer, 
1,400 acres. 

Charles Eugasser, liquors, 
Christian John, farmer, 314 a. 
Christianson J., farmer, 310 a. 
Coppin S M., farmer, 160 a 
Corliss H. B., farmer, 312 a. 
Cramer David, farmer, 158 a. 
Curtis Wm., farmer, 560 a. 
David Charles, farmer, 314 a 
Dean A, L., farmer, 160 a. 
Dennis R. B., farmer, 336 a. 
Donovan Mrs. H., farmer, 
254 acres. 

DONOVAN JOHN, wines, li 
quors and cigars. 

Cooley Charles farmer, 154 a 
Dooley G. F., farmer, 156 a. 
Drescher Phil. E., frmr, 395 a 
Dwyer Thomas, frmr, 192 a. 


J. F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor Third & Broadway Chico 


HALLET & LOY, Undertakers and Practical Embalmers, Keep the Finest Stock in Northern Cal. Chico, (Cal.) 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming* Implements. 


W. drRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico- 


loS NIC SU ITCR COUNTY NOR 


Frye Geo. R., frmr, 612 a. 
Fisherman Nicolas, farmer, 
158 acres. 

Glenn John P., farmer, 634 a. 
Glenn R. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Goodrich C. frmr, 315 a 
Graves Chas., laborer. 
Harden Wm., farmer, 360 a. 
Hardt Peter, farmer, 280 a. 
Harris James O., frmr, 618 a 
Harris Mrs. Jas. O., 240 acres 
Hennessy Wm., frmr, 370 a. 
Heyland F., farmer, 450 a 
Holtz Louis, farmer, 158 a. 
Hopkins Moses, frmr, 1,030 
acres. 

Hudson J. H., farmer, 240 a. 
Jay Giles, farmer, 318 acres. 
Johns Alfred, farmer, 316 a. 
Johnson Gabriel, frmr, 240 a 
Johnson John, farmer, 150 a. 
Jones Johnson, blacksmith. 
Jones T. G. H., farmer, 80 a. 
Landis L. H., farmer, 200 a. 
Lasz W. R., farmer, 160 a. 
Lee A. G., farmer, 158 a. 
Lee E. W., farmer, 157 a. 
Lee W. C., farmer, 157 a. 
LETI LEE, wines, liquors 
and cigars. 

Madden W. H., farmer, 80 a 
Martin & Gulling, genl mdse 
Mathew Mutschler, harness 
maker and saddler. 
McCailey Martin, frmr, 154 a 
McKennon S., farmer, 160 a, 
McNamara John, frmr, 954 a 
Michel Adam, farmer, 155 a. 
Miller Charles, farmer, 80 a. 
Minden H., farmer, 312 acres 
Munson Joseph, farmer, 30 a. 
Nelson W. F,, frmr, 1,330 a. 


Nichols J. B., farmer, 472 a. 
O ’Mahoney David, fmr, 700a 
Parker J. T., farmer, 200 a. 
Parker Wm., farmer, 158 a. 
Payne J. R., farmer, 160 a. 
Peter John A., farmer, 393 a. 
Peters Claus, farmer, 415 a. 
Peters f^eter, farmer, 100 a. 
Pippin S. H., farmer, 160 a 
Porter Eli, farmer, 158 acres 
Redfield D. H., farmer, 160 a. 
Ryan Mrs. Honora, farmer, 
320 acres. 

Sands S. B., farmer, 158 a. 
Saul John, farmer, 225 acres. 
Schultz H. H., farmer, 486 a. 
Schwall John, farmer, 86 a. 
Schwall Joseph, frmr, 67 a. 
Schwall Martin, farmer, 86 a 
Smith W. H., farmer, 158 a. 
Smith Wm., farmer, 160 a. 
Stahlman Henry, frmr, 814 a. 
Steelman Wm., farmer, 480a. 
Stewart D. D., farmer, 200 a. 
Stolp C., farmer, 792 acres. 
Striplin D., farmer, 471 acres. 
Thornton T. D., constable. 
Thornton C. M., farmer, 160 
acres. 

Tilton D. G„ farmer, 706 a. 
Vahle F W., farmer, 85 a. 
Vahle Jacob, farmer, 135 a. 
Wessing H., liquors. 

Yates W. J., farmer, 146 a. 
Zins Geo., farmer, 120 acres. 


North Butte 

Fifteen miles northwest of Yuba 
City, at the north end of “ The 
Euttes,'^ has a fine Odd Fellows^ 
Hall and public school building. 
Postoffice soon to be established. 


E. A. Harring-ton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD Sc SOlVIiyiBR, Chico, P^per Border Picture Frames, Vases. 


PLE SUTTER COUNTY. PLE lop 


Dow J. G*, farmer, 880 acres. 
Fairle G. W., farmer, 158 a. 
Hogeboom Joseph, farmer, 
1,055 acres. 

Hogeboom S. A., farmer, 196 
acres. 

Lamme A. H., farmer, 925 a. 
Lukehe Caspar, estate of, 
400 acres. 

Mattison Charles, frmr, 440 a. 
McMurtry J. T. farmer, 360 a. 
McMurtry William, farmer, 
2,206 acres. 

Pennington J. T., farmer, 525 
acres. 

Powell Richard, frmr, 640 a. 
Powel) Wm., frmr, 968 acres 
Pugh Aaron, farmer, 616 a. 
Pugh Mrs. Aaron, frmr, 400 
acres. 

Smith W. L., farmer, 160 a. 
Spilman B. R., frmr, 440 a. 
Spilman Wm. T., frmr, 158 a 
Williams Cornelius, frmr, 385 
acres. 

Williams J. ]., frmr, 410 a. 
Williston E. W., frmr, 160 a 
Young Nat, frmr, 160 acres. 

Pleasant G-rove 

P. O. Situated 25 miles southeast 
of Yuba City, on a fertile section, 
and has many well-improved farms 
in the vicinity. 


Algeo R. S., frmr, 397 acres. 
Annerau T. J., frmr, 156 a. 
Banta C. D., farmer, 80 acres 
Banta Erastus, farmer, 320 a 
Banta Henry, frmr, 160 a. 
Banta Mrs. Mary, frmr, 158 a 
Beach G. W., farmer, 238 a. 


Bishop Mrs. Rebecca, farmer, 
71 acres 

Boyd Thomas, farmer, 78 a. 
Burns Hugh E., farmer, 240a. 

Butterfield stock raiser. 

So acres. 

Carley Mrs. E. M., frmr, 79 a. 
Counsrnan Wm., frmr, 318 a. 
Curry Daniel, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Donaldson Alex, frmr. 158 a. 
Fitzsimmons M., frmr, 316 a. 
Goode W. A., farmer, 225 a. 
Green wald J. ]., farmer, 552 a. 
Hall Rufus, farmer, 3 1 3 acres 
Hancock George W., farmer, 
2,126 acres. 

Hawn Alfred, farmer, 335 a. 
Herrick C. D , farmer, 80 a. 
Hudson B., farmer, 158 acrer 
Jackson A. T., farmer, 516 a. 
Jones Cadwalader, fmr, j 1 8 a. 
Jones James, farmer, 239 a. 
Kaseberg, J. W., fmr, 240 a. 
Keyes W. J., tarmer, 237 a. 
Kirkpatrick Sam’l, fmr, 573a. 
Leet George L., frmr, 154 a. 
Leet George W , frmr, 158 a. 
Luce A. W., farmer, 70 acres 
Lyons A. F., farmer, 238 a. 
Marvin D. D., farmer, 78 a. 
McClellan J, R., frmr, 480 a. 
McClellan R. H., frmr, 400 a. 
McRey Mrs. K., frmr, 160 a. 
McWilliams Wm., frmr, 158 a 
Metcalf Charles, farmer, 80 a. 
Mills James, farmer, 320 a. 
Monroe W. W., farmer, 158a. 
Morehead A. C., frmr, 600 a. 
Morehead F. F., frmr, 475 a. 
Morrison John, farmer, 80 a. 
Murphy Mrs, J. D., farmer, 
480 acres. 


N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal* 


Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BURNHAM & Co’s, 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


O 


SOU 


SUITER COUNTY, 


WES 


Pierce R. B,, farmer, i68 a. 
Purrinton H. O., farmer, 
2,800 acres. 

Ramsey James, farmer, 170 a 
Richardson Mrs. W. L. frmr, 
28*0 acres. 

Richmond B M., farmer. 
Robertson J. N., frmr. 572 a. 
Roberts Wm. E., fmr, 357 a. 
Robinett Joseph, frmr, 476 a. 
Sankey Homer, farmer, 239a 
Schondoney John, frmr, i6oa 
Slight Charles G., frmr, 200a. 
Striplin James, farmer, 158 a. 
Treviathan Wm., frmr, 314 a 
Whitlock Lee, farmer, 158 a. 
Whitney J. P., frmr, 1,960 a. 
Woodworth W., justice of 
peace and farmer, 1 60 a. 


Citj, in the midst of a fine farming 
district. 


Abdell David, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Burns John, farmer, 263 a. 
Gipson Francis, frmr, 960 a. 
Mahon R., farmer, 380 acres. 
McGrath Dan, farmer, 185 a. 
Roth C. F., farmer, 226 a. 
Roth C G., farmer, 1,621 
Webb William, frmr, 138 a 


a. 


SoTitli Butte. 

P. 0. Eight miles west of Yuba 
City, at the south end of “ The 
Buttes.'^ 


Brittan Geo. E., fmr, 340 a. 
Buchanan M. T., fmr, 265 a. 
Buchanan W. M., fmr, 160 
Chappell Wm., frmr, 236 a 
Charge Magdalena, fmr, 540 a 
Clements E. H., Irmr, 706 a. 
Dewitt J. T. C., fmr, 180 a. 
Dewitt W. G., frmr, 160 a, 
Lysle J. Q,, farmer, 330 a. 
Moody S., farmer, 498 a. 
Russell A. P., farmer 216 a. 
Stevenson R. K. & H. B., 
farmers, 780 acres. 


West Butte. 

P. 0. Thirteen "miles west of Yuba 
City, at the southwest spur of “ The 
Buttes. 


Vernon. 

P. 0 . Twenty miles south of Yuba 


Brockman J. H., fmr, 1,400 a. 
Carroll John, farmer, 282 a. 
Cope J. M., farmer, 158 a. 
Decamp C. F., frmr, 360 a. 
Froh John, farmer, 65 acres. 
Frye C., farmer, 160 acres. 
Gauchnaur David, fmr, 316a 
Graves H. S., frmr, 4,267 a. 
Gray B. C., farmer, 520 a. 
^RAY E. F., farmer, 420 acres 
HAMLIN FRANCIS, farmer, 
1,500 acres. 

Hoke Fred, farmer, 1,412 a. 
Nall Mathew, farmer, 320 a. 
Noyes A. S., farmer, 194 a. 
PARISH R. F., farmer, farm- 
ing land of Henry Graves, 
1,040 acres. 

PORTER JACKSON C., 1,400 
acres. 

Santee G. W., farmer, 185 a 
Smith Frank, farmer, 160 a. 
Stevenson B. F., frmr, 160 a 
Van Fleet Wm., frmr and 
stock raiser, 785 acres. 
Wilbur W. W., farmer, 410 a 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts , Marysville. 



KIBBARD1& SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Wa'ches in 8 Years. 


YUB SUITER 


Ytiba City. 

P. O. and county seat of Sutter 
county, one mile east of Marysville, 
on the banks of Feather river, op- 
posite the mouth of Tuba river. It 
has a population of 670, and was 
first settled in 1849. Situated at 
the head of steamboat navigation 
and surrounded by an agricultural 
region of great fertility, it is a 
point of considerable importance. 
The public buildings are large and 
imposing, the largest being the 
Court House. It has two churches, 
a fine public school building with 
several grades or departments, and 
a Masonic Hall. The Sutter Ban- 
ner^ an ably conducted weekly 
newspaper, is one of the institutions 
of the place. Proprietors, Alberti 
k Jones. 


Abbott A. F„ farmer, 1,242 
acres. 

ALBERTI & JONES, proprs 
of “ Sutter Banner.” 
Anderson Peter, frmr, 160 a. 
Anson B. D., farmer, 80 a. 
Anspaugh B., farmdr, 80 a. 
Ashford W. W., frmr, 933 a. 
Bailey G. W., farmer, 142 a. 
Baldwin Timothy, frmr, 42 a 
Barker W. H., frmr, 238 a. 
Barnett Richard, frmr, 156 a. 
Barney M. C., District atty. 
Belden Joseph, deceased, 80 
a, W. A. Onsley, admr. 
Berg Bros., farmers, 2,000 a 
Best Henry, farmer, 460 a. 
Best Samuel, farmer, 158 a 
Best Z., farmer, 1 1 7 acres. 
Bickley John F., clerk. 

Blake H. L., farmer, 160 a. 
Bland H. J., frmr, 158 acres, 
clergyman (Methodist.) 
BLATCHLEY J. C., 160 acres. 


COUNTY. YUB 


BLEVIN WM. T., frmr, 669 
acres, near East Butte, 
fine two-story residence, 
windmill erected at a cost 
of S7I4- 

Bloyd E., farmer, 328 atjres. 

Bloyd L. J., farmer, 320 a. 

Boon J. V., farmer, 143 a. 

Boyd Charles, farmer, 158 a. 

Boyd T. D., estate of 500 
acres, M. C. Clark, admr. 

BREMER CHRISTIAN, 240 
acres. 

Briggs Cy rus, orchardist, 313a 

Brophy Thomas, farmer and 
Supervisor District No. i, 
318 acres. 

Brown A. S., farmer, 226 a. 

Brown Thomas F'., fnnr, 79 a. 

Bruce & Hall, farmers, 500 a. 

Bruck Ernest, farmer, 158 a. 

BUNCE P. L,, farmer and 
orchardist, 205 acres. 

Bunting VVm., farmer, 481 a. 

Davis Thomas, 560 acres. 

Dennis C. S., farmer, 316 a. 

Dresser J. C., farmer, 296 a. 

Cain James, farmer, 158 a. 

Calif & Simmons, livery sta- 
ble and proprietors of Yuba 
City Bus line. 

Cannon J. G., physician and 
surgeon. 

Carlson J. P., farmer, 320 a, 

CARPENTER GEORGE W., 
farmer, 607 acres, and ex- 
Treasurer Sutter County. 

Carpenter J. W., frmr, 316 a 

Cartmell C. W., frmr, 158 a. 

Chaffin B. E., farmer, 198 a. 

Chandler S. R., orchardist, 
119 acres. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plnmber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building Paper, Carpet, Carpet Lining and Cot;:on House Lining (Chico, Cal. 



Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perlumcry, Chico. 


II2 YUB SUTTKR COUNTY. YUB 

Christopherson Thomas, fmr, 
474 acres. 

Clark A. B., farmer, 190 a. 

Clark J. S , farmer, 240 acres. 

Clark M. C., farmer, 200 a. 

Clark M. C. & Co., 120 a. 

CLARY A. E., County Asses- 
sor, Court House. 

CLARY" & PECK, general mer- 
chandise, agent of Wells, 
Fargo & Co. 

Clements E. H., firmer. 

Clyma F. M., farmer, 400 a. 

Clyma T S., farmer, 320 a. 

Coates W. A., farmer, 310 a. 

Coates W. W., under-sheriti 
and constable. 

Cole John M., farmer, 305 a. 

Connell Michael, frmr, 141 a. 

Cooper Fred, farmer, 198 a. 

Copeland S. T., farmer, 158 a 

Corcoran P , fat-mer, 640 a. 

Cox Geo. W., carpenter. 

Craddock J. H., attorney at- 
law and County Judge, 
farmer, 84 acres. 

CROWLEY JOHN, wines, li- 
quors and cigars. 

Dahling F., farmer, 316 acres 

Davenport E. J., Jr., butcher. 

Davis Eli, farmer, 2,2 38 acres, 
and Supervisor District 
No. 5. 

Dean Geo. W., frmr. 160 a. 

Dean Thomas, farmer, 1 60 a. 

Dennis Charles, frmr, 158 a. 

Depot & Fitzpatrick, propri- 
etors of Staflord House. 

Dobbins & Ferguson, physi- 
cians and surgeons. 

DONAHOE J. C., farmer, 500 
acres. 

Donovan Michael, blacksmith 
and wagon making. 

Douglas Lee, Deputy County 
Clerk, Court House. 

Dresser Joseph C., fmr, 295 a 

Dresser W. H., frmr, 240 a. [ 

1 Duh James, farmer, 320 a, 

Duncan & Wilcoxon, whole- 
sale and retail groceries 
and provisions. 

Ellington Edward, clerk. 

Ellington W., postmaster & 
confectionery. 

ELLIS CHARLES, farmer, 792 
acres. 

ELMER HENRY, farmer and 
capitalist, 960 acres. 

EPPERSON C. C., farmer, 316 
acres. 

Erich A. H , farmer, 320 a, 

Erke Mrs. Charlotte, farmer, 
462 acres. 

Esselstyn J. H., estate of 160 
acres. 

FAIRLEE G. W., frmr, 160 a. 

Fairman W. . J., wagon-mak- 
ing and blacksmithing. 

Farmer L. P., farmer, 316 a. 

Farmers’ Co-operative Union 
warehouse. 

Featherly M. T., fruits. 

Ferguson T. H., physician. 

Fernabe R. W., carpenter. 

Field Jasper, farmer, 840 a. 

Ford Milton, farmer, 250 a. 

Fortna S. R., farmer, 237 a. 

Fox Thomas, farmer, 240 a. 

Frisbie B. F., farmer, 158 a. 

Galbraith John, farmer, 690 a 

Getty Moore, farmer, 358 a. 

Gibbin Mrs. Margret, 158 a. 

Glenn B. F., farmer, 393 a. 


Colusa Stagre Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 


HIBBARD & SOMIYIER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


VL B SUTTER COUNTY. YUB 113 

Glidden Chas. A., frmr, 496 a. 
GHdden J. H., farmer, 474 a. 
Gottwalls Margeret, farmer, 
469 acres. 

Gottwalls Wm., farmer. 
Graves O. E., Co. Supt Pub- 
lic Schools and Principal 
of Yuba City schools. 

Gray G. W., farmer, 156 a. 
(xKAY J. C., farmer, 158 a. 
Gray John F,, farmer, 159 a. 
Gray W. ]., farmer, 471 a. 
Griffith Evan, farmer, 708 a. 
Gum H. T., farmer, 239 a. 
Hamblin D. E., Justice of 
the Peace. 

Hamlin N. S., physician and 
surgeon. 

Hanson Wm. P., frmr, 564 a 
Hardy Joseph, farmer, 158 a 
Harkey & Marcuse, farmers, 
380 acres. 

Harkey W. P,, farmer, 1,567 
acres. Sheriff and Tax Col- 
lector, Court House. 
Harrison Wm., frmr, 160 a. 
HARRIS SUEL, farmer, 624 
acres. 

Harris William, farmer, 159 a 
Harter Geo., frmr, 835 acres. 
Haugh John, farmer, 320 a. 
Hawley Henry, frmr, 2,060 a. 
Haynes James, frmr, 240 a. 
Heiken Henry, farmer, 386 a 
Hemler W. B. C.^ frmr, 79 a. 
Henderson B. T., frmr, 314 a. 
Higgins Patrick, frmr, 392 a. 
Hill James T., farmer, 257 a. 
Hippert Barney, frmr, 660 a. 
Hobbs Mrs. E. J., fmr, 158 a. 
Hogan Mrs. Ellen, fmr, 158 a 
Holland A. H., farmer, 394 a 

Holloman Jos., farmer, 158 a 

Hoog Victor, farmer, 158 a. 

Housley Geo., farmer, 318 a. 

Howard E. J., farmer, 44 a. 

Hubbs Adam, farmer, 200 a. 

Hudson, W. D., frmr, 320 a. 

HULL T. R., farmer, 710 acres 

HUMPHRIES J. W., farmer, 
1,870 acres. 

Humphrey W. C., fmr, 316 a 

Hutchinson Sam’l, fmr, 636 a 

Jacobs & Lytken, fmrs, 317 a 

Johnson B. F., farmer, 400 a. 

JONES HUGH C., farmer, 470 
acres rented. 

KECK ROBERT, farmer. 

Kilsay Aden, larmer, 142 a. 

KERNS MICHAEL, farmer, 
355 acres, 9 miles south of 
Yuba City. 

Kerrigan Mrs. Mary, fmr, 299 
acres, 

Keymer James, miller of Y. 
C. Flour Mills. 

Keyser Phil W., Dist. Judge 
loth Judicial District. 

Kimball E. C., drugs. 

KIMBALL JOHN H., 1,475 
acres. 

Kinck William, frmr, 158 a. 

King Constantine, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Kirk J. A., farmer, 158 acres. 

Klempp Fred., brewery. 

Knoblauch Barney, black- 
smith and wagon maker. 

Krehe Henry, frmr, 1,426 a. 

Krull E. H., farmer, 320 a. 

Krull E. & J., farmers, 400 a 

Kupper Louis, farmer, 80 a. 

Kupser Bayott & John, far- 
mers, 292 acres. 


J. N. MO AD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, CaL 



TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything- Cheap. 




G. W. GRAVES, Drugs and Chemicals, Chico. 


114 YUB SUTTER COUNTY YUB 

Kupser John, capitalist. 

Lambirth John, frmr, 567 a. 

LAMME A. H., farmer, 925 a. 

Larson A., farmer, 240 acres 

Laym^nce J, W., frmr, 158 a 

Leary James, farmer, 545 a, 
and Supervisor. 

Lee J. H., engineer Yuba 
City Flour Mills. 

Lee W. H., clerk, auditor & 
recorder, court house. 

Leib Adam, farmer, 79 acres 

LITTLEJOHN JAMES, farmer, 
320 acres. 

Loftus Mrs. Owen, farmer, 
236 acres. 

Lyons Jerry, farmer, 480 a. 

Madden James, 160 acres. 

MADDEN JOHN, farmer, 2 
miles south of Yuba City. 

Magee James, wines, liquors. 

Marcuse, Esselstyne& Dres- 
cher, 2,397 acres. 

Marcuse Jonas, storage and 
com,merGhant,3,997 acres. 

Mason C. C., farmer, 118 a. 

McAlpine J. H., frmr, 300 a. 

McAuslin John, frmr, 158 a. 

Me Auslin Peter, frmr. 158a. 

McClure Samuel, frmr, too a 

McCullum M., farmer, 440 a 

McCune Phil, farmer, 158 a. 

Mcllmoil Rufus, frmr, 312 a. 

McLaughlin R. W., farmer, 
2 40 acres. 

McMillan J. G., Co. Sur- 
veyor. 

McMillan Nelson, frmr, 314 
acres. 

MePherrin W. H., frmr, 280 
acres. 

MeVey Thomas, fmr, 318 a. 

Miller Joseph, farmer, 105 a. 
Miller William, frmr, 272 a. 
MONCUR 0 ., artesian well 
borer, tanks, windmills, &c 
Monger J., farmer, 318 acres. 
Monroe Harry, horseshoer. 
Moore J. W., farmer, 240 a. 
MOORE WM., farmer, 480 a. 
Munson Gust, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Murray James, farmer, 202 a. 
Myer J. H., farmer, 800 acres 
Neison Henry A., fmr, 320 a 
Nelson E., farmer, 158 acres 
Nelson Mrs. P., farmer, 158 a 
Newkom Charles, fmr, 200 a, 
O’Banion Daniel, frmr, 551 a. 
O’Banion Wm., frmr, 314 a. 
O’Connor Joseph, 360 acres. 
O’Connor M., farmer, 280 a. 
Ohleyer George, fmr, 237 a. 
Sec. F. C. U. Warehouse. 
Olsen Peter, farmer, 318 a. 
O’Neil Catharine, fmr, 240 a. 
O’Neil Denis, farmer, 148 a. 
Oustott J, A., farmer, 598 a. 
Oustott, J. P,, farmer, 316 a. 
Ousley W. A., farmer, 80 a. 
Pease C. H., farmer, 270 a. 
Pegan James, farmer, 158 a. 
Pinckard Allen, barber. 

Pinney Mrs. A., farmer, 320 a 
PLASKETT JAMES E., farm- 
er, 794 acres. 

Plumb F. 0. S., farmer, 77 a. 
Pottle J. L., farmer, 318 a. 
Pratt Mrs. Jane A., fmr, 1 60 a 
Proper E., farmer, 475 acres. 
Ramey Mrs. E., fmr, 395 a. 
RAY J. H., attorney-at-law & 
notary public. Court House 
Ream N, Y., farmer, 196 a. 
Reed E B., farmer, 1 1 9 acres. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD & SOMIYIER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 YearSt 


YUB SU^TTER COUNTY YUB 115 


Reynolds Mrs. Annie, frmr, 
400 acres. 

Reynolds Mrs. M. A., frmr, 
1 77 acres. 

Rice Samuel, farmer, 286 a. 

Ricker F. M., farmer, 158 a. 

Ricketts E. D., farmer, 1 44 a. 

Riggs S. A., farmer, — acres. 

Robinson Wm., farmer, loa. 

Rogers G. A., liquors. 

Rollison A. M., frmr, 158 a. 

Rose Mrs. R., farmer, 296 a. 

Rose W. C., farmer. 

Sanders Wm., farmer, 822 a. 

Saye George M., fmr, 158 a. 

Schroder Fred, frmr, 314 a. 

Schuessler Mrs. H. L., vine- 
yard, 16 acres. 

SCHULER CONRAD, farmer. 

Scott John W., frmr, 200 a. 

Scott I. W., farmer, 200 a. 

Thompson Jackson, fmr, 779 a 

Slaggjohn, farmer, 477 a. 

Slattery & Sullivan, butchers. 

SLIGAR NOAH J., farmer. 

Smith Christian, farmer, 1226 
acres, and saloon keeper, 

SMITH & CRESS, farmers, 
farming land of W. P. 
Harkey. 

Smith G. N., farmer, 719 a., 
and Justice of Peace. 

Smith John, farmer, 80 acres, 
and carpenter, 

SMITH J. T. & J. C., farmers, 
440 acres. 

SMITH WILLIAM P., farmer, 
320 acres. 

Soderland John, frmr, 158 a. 

Spangler John, farmer, 243 
acres. 

Speer A. J., farmer, 835 a. 


SPILMAN COL. B. R., farmer, 
440 acres. 

Spilman William T., farmer, 
138 acres. 

Sprout John, farmer, 160 a, 

STABLER & BAYNE, attys- 
at-law. 

Stabler & Pennington, frmrs, 
1,715 acres. 

STABLER S. J., atty-at-law, 
280 acres. 

STAFFORD J. B., boots and 
shoes, 

Stafford Wm,, frmr, 473 a. 

Stevens Cleaveland, farmer, 
158 acres. 

Stevens J. F., farmer, 320 a. 

Stevenson Ina V., frmr, 160 
acres, 

Stewart Mrs, Annie, farmer, 
467 acres. 

Stewart J, H., farmer, 237 a. 

Stoker A. J., farmer, 160 a. 

Stoker B. F., farmer, 316 a. 

Stoker W. H., farmer, 271a 

Stone F. L.,. farmer, 158 a. 

Sulzberger Martin, frmr, 591 
acres. 

Sutphin M, L. (Munroe & 
Sutphin.) 

TarkaFredk, farmer, 2,351 a. 

Thomas E. M., farmer and 
capitalist, 268 acres. 

THOMAS J. M., record search- 
er, deputy assistant agent 
of Pacific Mutual Life Ins, 
Co. and Notary Public. 

TODD N. F., farmer, 1 60 a. 

Tombs W. T., farmer, 160 a. 

True J. R., farmer, 356 acres 

Tuffrey Luke, farmer, 472 
acres. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Pltfmber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico, 


The Furniture House o! Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming' Implements. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chico. 


ii6 YUB 


SUTTER COUNTY. 


YUB 


Union Lumber Co., branch, 
Henry Arp, manager. 

Ury John, farmer, i6o acres. 
VAN ARSDALE A. B., County 
Treasurer. 

Vivion M. P. L , frmr, 208 v 
WADSWORTH WM. M., far 
mer, 1,514 acres. 

Walton B. F., farmer, 885 a. 
Walton O. M., farmer, 396 a. 
WALTON GEOROE, farmer, 
200 acres. 

Walton H. A., farmer, 158 a 
Walton R. H., farmer, 156 a 
Walton W. J., farmer, 450 a. 
Ward Richard, farmer, 240 a 
Way Bethel, farmer, 1,021 a 
WEAVER ELI, farmer. 
Weaver & Keck, fmrs, 472 a. 
Weber Mrs. Mary, fmr, 316 a. 
Weeman Charles, liquors. 
Weigel Jacob, varieties. 
Weiger Stephen, frmr, 154 a, 
White Daniel, farmer, 316 a. 


White, John H., frmr, 460 a. 

White L. W., liquors. 

Whyler William, frmr, 300 a. 

Wilbur J. L., farmer, 80 a., 
and attorney at-law. 

Wilcoxon Caleb PC, notary 
public and merchant. 

Wilcoxon T. H. B., Road 
Overseer. 

Wilkie David, farmer, 435 a. 

Wilkie John, proprietor Yuba 
City Flour Mill. 

Wilkinson J. A., frmr, 316 a. 

Wilson E., farmer, 160 acres. 

Wilson L. K., farmer, 320 a. 

WILSON S. E., farmer, 1,960 
acres, and President Farm- 
ers’ Co operative Union, 
Sutter County. 

Witt V., farmer, 197 acres. 

Woodward Rev. M., clergy- 
man (Methodist). 

Young Geo. H., frmr, 156 a. 

Zeigler Solomon, frmr, 143 a. 



Boarding School for LADIES and GEHTLEMEN ! 

NINE experienced PROFESSORS and TEACHERS 
constantly employed. 

Academic and College Preparatory Courses. 

FAMfTIW®- & TELEGB AFH¥ 

TAUGHT BY- PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS. 

to Illixstrate the ]Vatixi*al Sciences. 

For the MODERN LANOTTAOES a Native Teacher. 

Beautiful Location^ Belightful Climate and Christian Influences. For Catalogue or 
Classic (Collegate Monthly) Address 

E. 3^., : : : lE^rixicipa-l 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts , Marysville. 



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COLUSA COUNTY. 


Organized in 1850. It is bounded north by Tehama, east by Butte 
and Sutter, south by Yolo, and west by Lake and Mendocino. Area, 
2,376 S(iuare miles. County Seat, Colusa. The county embraces a broad 
and fertile section of the great valley, and is sixty miles long, with a 
breadth of fifty miles from the Sacramento river on the east, to the sum- 
mit of the Coast Range on the west. The river affords cheap transporta- 
tion the whole length of the county all seasons of the year. The North- 
ern Railway is now completed to the town of Williams, connecting it via 
Woodland with Vallejo, and from thence by boat to San Francisco. It is 
anticipated the road will be complete to the town of Williams this Fall. 
The nrincipal resources of the county is agricultural, it being the heaviest 
wheat producer in northern California. The county is also distinguished 
for its fine stock of improved breeds of all domestic animals, grazing and 
cattle raising having been the first of its developed enterprises There 
are many very large farms in the county — that of Dr. Hugh Grlenn, com- 
prising 57,000 acres, is perhaps the greatest wheat farm owned by a single 
individual upon the continent. The Coast Range mountains abound in 
mineral wealth, quicksilver, copper, sulphur and petroleum, having been 
developed. Officers: F. L. Hatch, County Judge; J. B. De Jarnatt, 
Clerk and Recorder; Jackson Hatch, District Attorney; D. H. Arnold, 
Sheriff and Tax Collector; P. L. Washburn, Treasurer; W. T. Beville, 
Assessor; J. M. Doyle, Surveyor; S. Houchins, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Schools; L. P. Tooley, Coroner and Public Administrator. 


ARtrYLE J. F., carpenter. 
Ash William, farmer, 1,412 a. 
Bagley L., farmer, 800 acres. 
BAILEY M. H., hotel. 

Banks J. O., frmr, 320 acres. 
BOYDEN E. A., agent Wells, 
Pargo & Co. 

Britton W. A. & Baker L. 
H., farmers, 4,533 a. 


Ar buckle. 

P. 0 . Twenty miles south of Colusa, 
on the Northern Railway, It has 
good public schools and a number of 
business houses. Considerable busi- 
ness is transacted at this place. 

ARBUCKLE T. R., livery sta 
ble, general merchandise, 
and landowner, 1,720 acres 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters^ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Go to TlCKXfER, BURNHAM &. Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagrons and Farming- Implements, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 





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II8 

ARB 

COLUSA COUNTY. 

BKR j 


Coon D. P., farmer, i6o a. 
EMERSON J. H., barber. 
(xIRBONS C. H., physician and 
surgeon. 

GOEKRINOER F., lodging 
house. 

GRINNELL P., farmer. 
Hamilton J. L., frmr, 320 a. 
HARRIS D. & CO., general 
merchandise. 

Harris W. C., frmr, 1,920 a. 
Hughes T. F., frmr, 560 a. 
Huhen John, farmer, 160 a. 
Husted Robert, frmr, 177 a. 
Joyce James, farmer, 160 a. 
King T. C., farmer, 640 a. 
Linton William, frmr, 150 a. 
Lovelace J, N , farmer, 360 a. 
LUCAS J. B., Justice of Peace. 
Marsh C. W., farmer, 280 a. 
MEGONIGIL J. R., constable 
and collector. 

NEELY THOMAS, bootmaker. 
RICHMAN H. B., blacksmith. 
RIDER JOHN, farmer. 
Sanders Chas. O., fmr, i6oa. 
Schultz & McFessell, farmrs, 
8,669 acres. 

Springer Fred, farmer, 473 a. 
STANLEY H. B., druggist. 
TELB G. M., liquors. 

Tiel Henry J., farmer, 160 a. 
YAUGHANC. L. N., notary 
public. 

Walton Thomas, frmr, 90 a 
Wegand Gustave, fmr, 640 a. 
Weyand Julius, fmr, 1,691 a. 
Wohlfrom & Meyer, farmers, 
283 acres. 

WOLFLEY & DUFFIELD, li- 
quors. 

YORK ED., stock trader. 


WOLFLY & DUFFIELD, 


PROPRIETORS 

AHBfJCKLK CITY, CAL 

Slllla,rd.s, Xjiq.-a.ors scrrd. Cig*a.rs. 


I 


WILLIAM a. BAILII, 

PROPRIETOR 

B a, i 1 e 3 r o 'U. s e , 

ARBUCKLE CITY, CAL. 

Superior Accommodations and Moderate Charges. 
Bar supplied with choice Liquors and Cigars. 

WAGON AND CARPENTER WORK 

The subscriber having establi.shed a Shop at 
ARBUCKLE CITY, is prepared to do all kinds of 

Ca,rperrter’s '^^7'orik:. 

Hardwood Lumber and Building Material 

Of all kinds furnished to order. Several California 
made Header Wagons for sale. Sole Agent 
for Houx Improved Straw Carrier. 

J. F. ARGYLE. 


Berlin. P. O. 

A station on the Northern Railway. 

Botts T. A., farmer, i8o a. 
Brown Francis D., frmr, 880 
acres. 

Deholt G. W., farmer, 80 a. 
Meyer & Co., genl mdse. 
Wohlfrom F. A., frmr, 320 a. 
Wohlfrom John W,, farmer, 
560 acres. 


Bridgeport. 

P. O. Address Grand Island, six 
miles southeast of Colusa. 


Burrows R. G., frmr, 1,760 a 
Hausten & Dunlap, genl 
mdse, 80 acres. 

Squires E., farmer, 160 acres 
Squires N. L., farmer, 123 a. 


Calnaa Stare Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harringiton, General Snpt. 


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BUT COLUSA COUNTY. BUT hq 

Butte City. 

P. 0. Kighteen miles north of 
Colusa; is situated in a rich farming 
community, and the center trade for 
the district. 

BICKNELL & BOUNDS, far- 
mers, 2 miles east of Butte 
City. 

BICKNELl WALTER, black 
smith. 

BLACK JACOB, farmer, 2 
miles east of Butte City. 
Bounds & Picknell, farmers, 
970 acres. 

Brines H. T., farmer, 320 a. 
Britton A. J., farmer, 80 a. 
Brown J. W., farmer, 160 a. 
BUCHANAN GEORCE, sheep 
raiser. 

Burroughs F. R., frmr, 160 a 
Burroughs Henry, frmr, 7 1 1 
acres. 

Childers J. L., farmer, 137 a. 
Cleaveland M, S., frmr, 80 a. 
Crouch John, farmer, 2,918 a 
Crouch & Van Fleet, farmers, 
1,489 acres. 

Darge G. G., farmer, 160 a. 
Davis Madison, frmr, 160 a 
Delany F. M., farmer, 443 a. 
Ensley L. H., farmer, 264 a. 
Handy J. F., farmer, 383 a. 
Howard G. C., farmer, 163 a. 
JOHNSON JAMES, farmer, 400 
acres, three miles north of 
Butte City. 

JONES JOSHUA, farmer, 632 
acres, two miles north of 
Butte City. 

Kensick M., farmer, 320 a. 
Kingsbury Jesse, frmr, 80 a. 

Knight Q. N., farmer, i6o a. 

Ludy Adam farmer, 580 a. 

Liidy W. W.. farmer. 200 a. 

LULL A., farmer, three miles 
east of Butte City. 

Luman William, i 007 acres. 

Mann James, farmer, 245 a. 

Mann John, farmer, 414 a. 

McDaniel P., farmer, 160 a. 

McDOUGAL JAMES, farmer, 
424 acres. 

McDougal J. W., frmr, 100 
acres. 

McMorris E. J . frmr, 160 a. 

McMORRIS JAMES, farmer, 
five miles east of Butte 
City. 

Miller & Tapscott,gen’l mer- 
chandise 

MURPHY ALEXANDER, 

butcher. 

Nanna Rees, farmer, 400 a. 

Parker John, farmer, 310 a. 

Price John, farmer, 360 acres. 

Reddick Samuel, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Smith D. W., farmer, 269 a. 

Smith E. E., farmer, 80 acres 

Smith L. P., farmer, 320 a. 

SMITH W. C., farmer, five 
miles northeast of Butte 
City. 

SPENCER — Physician and 
surgeon. 

Sullivan Daniel, frmr, 191 a. 

SULLIYAN JOHN, blacksmith 

TAPSCOTT & MILLER, gen 
eral merchandise. 

WAITE WILLIAM, confec 
tionery. 

Weston J., farmer, 710 acres. 

Wiles J. M., farmer, 71 acres. 


XP.Newman^ Tinner, Plumbierfic Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway& Third. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building^ Paper, Carpet, Carpet Linings and Cotton House Liningr (Chico, Cal. . 



Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico, 


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WINKLER JAMES, farmer 
and stock raiser, 340 acres, 
four miles east of Butte 
City. 

Wright H, farnier. ifoa. 
Wyman Thos. R.. fmr, 100 a. 
Young S. D.. farmer. 479 a. 

College City. 

P. 0. Sixteen miles south of Colusa 
and twelve miles west of Sacra- 
mento river. At this place is the 
Pierce Christian College, having 
brick buildings costing over $10,000. 
There are a number of business 
houses in the place, but no saloons. 

Allen W. T. farmer, i6o a. 
Anderson R. C. 

Banks O. H. P., farmer, loa. 
EASHORE JOHN, general 
merchandise. 

Botts Geo. W.. farmei, i6oa. 
Brown Edmon C., frmr, 320 a 
Brown J. W. farmer. 80 a. 
Burkle A., farmer, 273 acres. 
Byers John A., frmr, 1,092 a. 
Cain I. N., farmer, 321 acres. 
Cain I. N., Jr., farmer, 160 a. 
Cannon G. W., farmer, 80 a. 
Carpenter W. J. & John 
Bashore, farmers, 360 a. 
Clark W. J., farmer, 648 a. 
Coker Thomas, frmr, 160 a. 
Coker William, farmer, 80 a. 
Cummins T. J., farmer, 40 a. 
CUMMINS T. S., farmer. 

Drew Sami, farmer, 1 60 a. 
iDiingan John R., frmr, i6oa. 
|l)UNNTNCr NELSON, general 
I merchandise, 
i Eakle B. E., farmer, 80 acres 
Eakle H. P., farmer, 7,693 a. 


Eakle H. P. & J. S., farmers, 
2,629 acres. 

Iiakle & Morrison, frmr, 389 
acres. 

Earll E. H., farmer, 160 a. 
Eibe & Young, frmr, 320 a. 
Elsey & Worley, frmr, 1,524 
acres. 

Evans Henry, frmr, 360 a. 
Gallop T. A., farmer, 560 a. 
Gauthier Louis, frmr, 320 a. 
Gay H. K., farmer, 160 a. 
Glasscock B. B., farmer, 1560 
Glass E. P., farmer, 320 a. 
Glass R. P., farmer, 720 a. 
Goodfellow H. M., fmr, 240 a 
Goodman Allen, frmr, 578 a. 
Greenleaf S. B., frmr, 320 a. 
GREGORY H., frmr, 1,961 a. 
Grinnell P., farmer, 1,120 a. 
Grove James M., fmr, 240 a. 
Hall A. J., farmer, 320 a. 
Hardin Wm., frmr, 160 acres. 
Henry W. C., frmr, 634 a. 
HEWiTT JOHN B., mechanic. 
Hughes T. P\, farmer, 158 a. 
Husted Henry, farmer, 97 a. 
Jeiireys Thomas, frmr, 320 a. 
Johns G. W. & Thomas, 
farmers, 320 acres. 

Johns J. W., farmer, 676 a. 
Kain John, farmer, 160 acres. 
Kearth William, frmr, 320 a. 
Kimbrell B. C., frmr, 154 a. 
Kirkup George, frmr, 160 a. 
Lane L. C., frmr, 720 acres. 
Linton A. A., farmer, 160 a. 
Linton C. P., farmer, 160 a. 
Linton H. C., farmer, 160 a. 
Loche Charles, farmer, 160 a 
Lorentz Theodore, frmr, 1 60 
acres. 


E. A. Harrington, Faints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARP & SOMMER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


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Lucas J. B., farmer, 160 a. 
Marsh Elenor, farmer, 160 a. 
Mast Gotlib, farmer, 1^0 a. 
McELMOY JACKSON, livery 
stable and land owner, 320 
acres. 

Merrill C. C., farmer, 160 a. 
Miller D. M., farmer, 240 a. 
Miller John, farmer, 760 a. 
Mondor ]., farmer, 400 acres 
Moran W. A., farmer, 160 a. 
Murdock H., farmer, 40 a. 
Murphy H. N., farmer, 80 a. 
NOBLE A BRO., butchers. 
Owman John, farmer, 350 a. 
Pierce Christian, frmr, 5 1 1 a. 
Poague W. F., farmer, i6o a 
Rathburn E., farmer, 160 a. 
Rich W. P-, farmer, 160 a. 
Rines Richard, farmer, 400 a. 
Ritchey Crawford, frmr, 240 
acres. 

Ritchey James, frmr, 240 a, 
Robertson Mrs. Ann, 360 a. 
Robertson C. W., frmr, 320 a 
Roderick J., frmr, 40 acres. 
Ross Dan S., farmer, 160 a. 
Ruser John, farmer, 240 a. 
Sanford S. L., farmer, 360 a, 
Sherer J. P. & D., farmer 
and sheep raiser, 2,046 a. 
Spurlock M. N., frmr, 396 a. 
Stewart Dan, farmer, 320 a. 
Suggett James E., frmr, 160 a 
Suggett Volney, frmr, 160 a. 
Summers R. H., frmr, 480 a. 
Thomas F. M., frmr, 240 
acres. 

Thompson G. W.,frmr, 1,640 
acres. 

TOKON WM. D., carpenter 
and house builder. 


Waterman James E, farmer> 
160 acres. 

Weigle E., farmer, 400 a. 
White J. H., farmer, 440 a. 
White T. L., farmer. 627 a. 
Worlev H. H., farmer, 300 a 
WORSLEY ALBERT, black- 
smith. 

Zumwalt J. O., frmr, 1,600 a. 

Colusa 

P. 0. and county seat. Population, 
2,500. It is located on the west 
bank of Sacramento river, and 
pleasantly situated. The town plot 
was surveyed in August, 1850, and 
the name of Colusa given it. As the 
surrounding country is the most fer- 
tile and productive in the valley, the 
future of Colusa is assured. A large 
volume of business is annually trans- 
acted, and the steamboats carry 
away vast quantities of grain. 
Stages leave daily for Williams, 
Marysville, Bartlett Springs, Wil- 
bur Springs, Williams and Prince- 
ton. One newspaper, the Weekly 
Surly IS published by Addington & 
Green, and is a popular and well- 
conducted local journal. 

Adair C. H.(Adair& West.) 
ADAIR& WEST, eclectic phy- 
sicians and surgeons, 5th. 
ADDINGTON & GREEN, pro- 
prietors Colusa Sun, cor 
Market and 6th. 

Addington J. C. (Addington 
& Green.) 

Addington S. (Addington & 
Green), res cor 6th & Oak 
Albery H. M., clerk. 

Albery M., atty-at-law. 
ALLEN S. H., liquors and 
broker, 5th, res Oak bet 
4th and 5 th. 


J. N. lll«ad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET &. LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters* Stock, Chico, Cal. 



TICENER^ BITRNllAWI & Co., Mainjand Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything- Cheap. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drugs and Chemicals, Chico 


122 COL COLUSA COUNTY. COL 

ANDERSON N., farmer. 

Anderson Rev. T. H. B., 
clergyman (Methodist) res 
cor Oak and 6th. 

Armstrong W. S., machinist. 

Arnold D. H., sheriff, court 
house, 462 A, res cor 6th 
and Clav. 

ASHBY JAMES P., school 

Atherden’w. C. (Stover & 
Atherden.) 

Atterbury F., harnessmaker. 

Babcock Miss A. A., dress- 
maker. 

Bacon J. D., clerk. 

Bacon L. B., clerk. 

Baker Al,Coopers’ extension. 

Ball Addison, blacksmith. 

BANKS J. M., physician, 5th, 
res cor 2d and Market. 

BARNETT & CO., proprietors 
Colusa House, cor Main 
and 5th. 

Barnett R. (Barnett & Go.), 
res Colusa House. 

Basford G. W., wagonmaker 

Basler Nau, host;ler. 

Basmussen N. A., waiter. 

Bassford G. W., wagon mkr. 
Market bet 4th and 5th, 
res 3d bet Jay and Oak. 

Beatty-John, clerki 

BECKm P. T., farmer, 8 
miles sputh of Colusa, 

Be|ton W. H., physician, por 
^thi* aad Market, , res por 
6th and jfay. ■ - 

BENNETT MRS. A. 1 ^ ) 41 ^ 

Ass’r, res cor Clay 'ancdiftR 

Beville W. T , Co. Assessor, 
Court House, res cor Clay 
and 4th, 

BICKNELL THOS., furniture, 
etc., 5th bet Main and 
Market, res 4th bet Jay 
and Oak. 

Billups Wm,, grain mer- 
chant Market, 

Binks H. F., barber, res cor 
Main and 9th. 

Bishop S. M., res Jay st, bet 
5th and 6th. 

Black W. A., barkeeper. 

Blake L., barkeeper with 
Bond. 

Blodgett Mrs. C. L., dress- 
maker. 

Blum Chas., clerk. 

Bobst J. R., jeweler. 

Bocarde Thos., blacksmith 

BOEDEFIELD JOE, clothing, 
5th bet Market and Main, 
res Jay. 

Boedefeld John, res 6th. 

BOHGfS JOHN, farmer, res 
Princeton and Colusa road, 
30,000 acres. 

Bond A., liquors, 5th bet 
Main and Jay, res cor 
Market and 6th. 

Bond Andrew (Bond Bros.), 

. res Nat. Hotel. 

BOND BROS., National Hotel. 

Bond James (Bori 4 Bros.J. 
BOOCKER LEWIS, general 
advertiser. 

.BiooheE T^ayid,, farmetr 400 
acres. . -rm 

Booksin L.,.A-. .olefk. , 
BrassfieljJ , iWw- H„ tPpn^t^fele, 
Market. 

<h<a t J ofeA . lift A 


Colusa Stasre Co.. General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 



HIBBARD & SOIVIRIER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Watches in 8 Years« 


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BREADON JAMES, soap fac 
tory, 5th, and paint shop, 
Main, res Goads’ extension 

Bridgford E. A. (Hart & 
Bridgford), res cor Oak 
and 7th. 

BROOKS 0. 0., cigars, to- 
bacco, guns, stationery, 
fancy goods, jewelry, etc., 
5th, res Main bet 3d &4th. 

BROWN JUSTIN, liquors, ^th 

Buckeye I. G. Mining Co., 
Eurth President, 215 a. 

Bunker & Goldering, frmrs, 
463 acres. 

Burgess H. A., clerk res cor 
Jay and 3d. 

Burtis J. E., farmer. 

Burton B. H., book-keeper. 

Caddy H. R., miller Colusa 
Mill. 

Caine ]., stage driver. 

Calden A., firmer. Colusa, | 
2 340 acres. 

Calmers Waller, frmr, 3,446 
acres. 

Calms W., farmer, res cor 
Main and 14th. 

Cameron E. W. (Hosmer & 
Cameron), res Market bet 
8th and 9th. 

Cameron Jno., harness mkr 
with L. Keser. 

Campbell Mrs. Ann. 517 a 

CAMPBELL & SPURGEON, 
farmers, 9 miles north of 
Colusa 

Carey Lewis, book-keeper 

CARPANETO LOUIS, proprie 
tor Barnum Restaurant, 
Main st. 

Carter Richard farmer. 


Chamberlan H. R., clerk. 
Main bet 4th and 5th. 

Chambers W., stage driver. 

CHAPMAN DANIEL, farmer, 
2 1 1 acres, 5 miles north of 
Colusa. 

Chapman D. & S., farmers, 
2 1 1 acres. 

CHARRFY A ENTREMONT, 

Louisiana Restaurant, cor 
jth and Market. 

Charrfy Philip (Charrfy & 
Entremont.) 

CHENEY JNO., livery stable, 
cor 3th and Market, res 
5th bet Jay and Oak. 

Clapp S. S.. clerk. 

Cohen David B., book-kpr. 

COHN G. (Gosliner & Co.) 
res cor Main and 3d. 

Cohn S., clerk. 

Coleman T. J., farmer, 425 

► acres, 

Collins Wm., barber, res 
Main bet 7th and 8th. 

COLUSA COUNTY BANK, W. 
P. Harrington, Cashier, 
Market st. 

Colusa Flour Mill, Main bet 
6th and 7th, Gage L D., 
proprietor. 

COLUSA HOUSE, R. Barnett 
& Co , propr, cor 5th and 
Main. 

Colusa, Lake & Mendocino 
Tel. Co.,J. B. Cooke, Supt 

COLUSASODA WORKS, Poul 
son & Eller proprs, cor 
Market and 3d. 

COLUSA STAGECO., office Co- 
lusa House, Harrington E. 
A , Supt. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 

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HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building Paper, Carpet. Carpet Liningr and Cotton House Lining^ 'Chico, Cal. 


Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


Cr W, GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


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124 COL COLUSA 


Colusa Stock Association, J. 
Grov'er Secy, Geo. Hagar 
Prest. 

COLUSA SUN, Addington & 
Green proprs, cor Market 
and 6th. 

Colusa Water Works, cor 
td and Levee, Cooke I. 
B., Supt. 

Considine M., laborer. 

COOKE J B., Supt C. L. & 
M. Tel. Co., 5th, and 
propr Colusa Water Works 
cor Levee and 3d. 

COOK O. A. & CO., proprs 
Eureka Hotel, Main st. 

Cook Wm., waiter. 

Cooper Pa trie, frmr, Wo a. 

Copenhaven Thos. M., far- 
mer, 655 acres. 

Copperthwaite T. M., Teller 
Colusa Co. Bank. 

Corby J. L., barkeeper. 

Craig Alphonzo, clerk. 

Crandall D., book-kpr, res 
Clay bet 3d and 4th. 

CRANBALL GILES G., res 
Jay bet 9th and loth. 

Cromer C. C., capitalist, res 
cor 4th and Main. 

Cronain Dennis, frmr, 240 a. 

Cronin Timothy, waiter. 

Crossen S. eng. Colusa 
Mill, res cor 9th and Mar- 
ket. 

Damm Louis, boot-maker. 

DANNER J. B., brick-layer, 
plasterer, contractor, and 
builder, res Pioneer Brick 
Yard,brick, lime& plaster- 
paris for sale. 

Danziger Sami, clerk. 


DAVIS HOWELL, grain mer- 
chant, and agricultural 
implements, 5 th. 

Davis Sami, stage driver. 

DARNELL J. M., carpenter. j 

Dean W. D. & Co., lumber, 
cor 5th and Levee. 

DE JARNATT J. B., county 
clerk and searcher of rec- 
ords, res cor Park Hill and 
5 th. 

De Jarnatt & Rich, genl 
md.se. Main. 

De Jarnatt W. H. (De Jar- 
natt & Rich), res Clay bet 
4th and 5th. 

Dennis B., tinsmith. 

DESMOND R. A., photo- 
grapher, 5th. 

Deten John, farmer, 757 a. 

DEUEL J. C., atty-at-law, 
office Cary’s building, 5th. 

Devin Robert, blacksmith. 

Dewey L. H., watches and 
jewelry, cor Market and 
5 th, res Oak bet 7th and 
gth. 

Dirking H. A., upholsterer. 

Dolan P. F., farmer, 714 a. 

Dolen F., farmer, 160 acres. I 

DONNELLY M., bricklayer & 
plasterer, land owner, 326 
acres. 

Dooling Tim, farmer, 138 a. 

DOYLE J. M., county surveyor 

Dunlap R M., frmr, 540 a, 
res 5th bet Jay and Oak. 

Dunlap Shel, law student, 5th. 

DYAS WM. G., atty-at-law, 
cor second and Webster. 

Edwards C., barkeeper. 

Eller H. (Poulson & Eller.) 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


COL COLUSA COUNTY. COL 125 


Entremont Frank (Charrey 
& Entremont.) 

Erdman J. M., tinsmith with 
McGrath. 

Eureka Hotel, Main bet 5th 
and 6th, proprs, G. A. 
Cook & Co. 

FARISS M. B., brick layer. 

Farriss W. A. (Perigo & 
Farriss), 5th, bet Market 
and Jay. 

Farmers’ Storage & Com. 
Co., Richard Jones, Secy. 

Farthing John, clerk, res cor 
Oak and 8th. 

Fellows W. B., frmr, 427 a. 

Ficklin J. W., clerk. 

Fogalsang T. C., harness- 
maker. 

Folen M. H., waiter. 

Ford Laben, policeman. 

FORI) W. J., farmer. 

Fountain Frank, butcher. 

Foy E. A., blacksmith. 

FRANK A., merchant tailor, 
5th bet Main and Market. 

FRAZIER WM., atty-at-law 
Justice of Peace. 

F'ulton W., farmers, 880 a. 

FURTH J., genl mdse, 5th, 
res cor 8th and Market. 

Gage J. D., res Jay bet 9th 
and loth. 

Gamble W. A., watchmaker, 
Main bet 5th and 6th. 

Garvey John, farmer, 124 a. 

Gibson & Co., liquors, 5th. 

Gibson James (Gibson & Co.) 

GIFFORD C. P., contractor 
and builder, cor 5th and 

' Levee, res cor 5 th and 
Clay. 


OILL JNO. T., constable, mar- 
ket, res cor Webster & 5th 

Gilmour John, boots and 
shoes, 5th, bet Main and 
Market, res cor 7th and 
Oak. 

Gilmour Mrs. John, millinery, 
res cor 7th and Oak. 

Gilmour Wm., bootmaker. 

Goad J. W.. Notary Public, 
Market. 

GOAD W. F., Prest Colusa 
Co. Bank, and atty-at-law.. 
Market. 

Goodhew James, res south 
side Jay. 

Goodman Isaac, clerk. 

GOSLINER & CO., genl mdse. 
Main bet 5th and 6th. 

GOVE C. A., watches and 
jewelry, 5th, bet Market 
and Jay, res tor 5th and 
Oak. 

Gove Mrs. C. A., millinery, 

5th. 

Graham Frank, harness mkr 
with L. Keser, 

Grant John, barkeeper. 

Gratz M. T., clerk, cor Main 
and 3d. 

GREENHAM J. W., bakery 
confectionery, bet Market 
and Jay. 

Green Miss Lizzie, milliner. 

Green O. S., deputy clerk. 

Green W. S. (Addington & 
Green), res 4th bet Mar- 
ket and Jay. 

Grouse Henry, butcher. 

Grover Bros., hrdware. Main. 

Grover J. (Grover Bros.), 
res cor Jay and 8th. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 


Dry Groods, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing-. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


126 COL COLUSA COUNTY. t OL 

Gunham J. W., bakery, 5th 
bet Market and Jay. 

Hagar Geo., farmer, 1.087 3 -> 
bds Colusa House. 

Hines F., stage driver. 

HALES W. T., Colusa Mar 
ket, 5th, res cor 4th and 
Levee. 

Hall Geo., clerk. 

HANSEN C. W., druggist, 5th 

HASRINGTON E. A., Supt 
Colusa Stage Co., bds 
Colusa House. 

Harrington Jno. T, atty-at 
law and city atty, Market. 

HARRINGTON W. P., Cashier 
Colusa County Bank, Mar- 
ket. 

Harris Stewart, broker and 
landowner, 320 a, Market, 
res cor 9th and Jay. 

Hart A. L.,. atty-at-law, 5th. 

HART &BRIDGFORD, attys- 
at-law, 5 th. 

Hart & Harrington, farmers, 
9.346 acres. 

Hart Jackson, real estate agt. 
Market, res cor 7th and 
Market, 2,197 acres. 

HART S. R., cigars and to- 
bacco, cor Market and 5 th, 
res Adaline. 

Hart T. J. (Hart & Bridg 
ford), res cor Jay and 3d. 

Hart W. H., clerk, and land 
owner, 1 60 acres. 

HATCH F. L., County Judge, 
res cor Main and 4th. 

Hatch Jackson, District atty 
and atty-at law, 5 th. 

Head Albert, hostler. 

Hearn Miss Eva, dress mkr. 

HEATHCOAT EDWARD, far- ' 
mer, 201 acres. 1 

HERBERT GEORGE V., car ! 
penter. 

Herd W. N., farmer, 160 a.: 

Hickok Wm., blacksmith. 

Hill Jno., stage driver. : 

Holhstrate Henry, frmr, 182; 
acres. 

Holloway W. M., butcher. ; 

Hosmer & Cameron, books & | 
stationery, news, etc, 5th ! 

Hosmer W. S. (Hosmer & 
Cameron), res Levee. 

Houchins Samuel, Co .Supti 
Schools, Court House, res i 
cor Market and 9th. \ 

Houseworth J. S., hostler. j 

Houston W. D., clerk. | 

Howard B. C., res Jay betj 
1st and 2d. j 

Howard R. W., farmer, 50 a 

Hughes J. M.. barber. 

Humphreys Edward, boot 
maker. 

HUNTER E. C., 2,560 acres, 
land owner, bds Colusa 
House. 

Jackson- A. A. (W. D. Dean 
& Co.), cor 5th and Clay. 

Jackson J. L., book-keeper 
with E. W. Jones & Co., 
res 4th bet Jay and Oak. 

Jackson William, clerk. 

Jamison I. S., Dpty Sheriff. 

Jeter T. H., barkeeper. 

JOHNSON T. N., carpenter 
and builder. 

Johnson W., hostler. 

JOHNSTON FRANK, ice 
dealer. 

Jones J. C., clerk. 


Colnsa Stag‘d Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harringrton, General Snpt 


HIBBARD & SOMMER DHco, Agents for Bell Telephone 


COL COLUSA lCUN I’V. COL 127 

JONES E. W. & CO., grain 
merchants, cor 5th and 
Levee. 

JONES J. H., post master, 
grain and wool, broker and 
forwarding agent, cor Mar- 
ket and 6th, res Clay bet 
4th and 5th. 

JONES J. THAO, farmer. 719 
acres, res east side of Sac- 
ramento river.8 miles north 
of Colusa agent for Dick 
erson’s Self-opening Gate. 

Jones M. C.,. peddler. ' 

Jones Richard, farmer, 154 
acres. 

Jones T. P., waiter. 

Jorss J. F., tailor, 5th bet 
Market and Jay. 

Kammerer Gotleib (Schmet- 
zer & Kammerer.) 

Kelly Henry, butcher. 

KERN 0 . A., Principal of 
Webster School. 

KESER LOUIS, harness and 
saddles, 6th bet Main and 
Market, res Park Hill bet 
4th and 5th. 

Kirkpatrick B, F., wagon 
maker, res cor ■^d apd Jay. 

KIRSCHBAUM EMILY, li 
quors. 

Kitchen W. G., farmer, 4: 35 a 

Klewe 81 .CO;,. rnarket,, 5th. 

Klewe H. , (Klewe 5 ^ Co.), 
res Main bet 7tli pnd 8th. 
Knox L.,..but;q.ber. . 

Kohler Albert, har.n^s makr 

, with L. Kesqr. , . . - , 

Kopn J., fish rnarket,.. 5th, 
bet Market and^^ Jay^,^ res 
Main bet istarid 2d.‘ 

KOPF CLAUS, Co. Super 
visor and farmer, looacres 
Lagrave Josiah, night clerk. 
Lahrman A., cook, 

Lamphere L. R., farmer, 1 17 
acres. 

Lapez J. D., barber, Main, 
res cor 3d and Oak. 

Lark C. E,, manager W. U. 
Tel. & C, L. & M. Tel 
Offices, 5th. 

Laiighlin John, liquors, 5th 
bet Main and Market. 

Laux Gus, farmer, 560 acres. 
Laux N., farmer, 720 acres. 
Lee & O’Brien, liquors. Main. 
Lee Patrick (Lee & O’Brien) 
res cor 3d and Jay. 

Leper Walter, painter. 

Lewis David, farmer, 160 a. 
LIENING J. H., notary pub- 
lic and justice of peace. 
Market, res cor Jay & 4th 
Lightner Mrs. E. J., lodgings 
_5th. 

Lightner L. S., policeman, 
res cor Jay and 2d. 
Lindstrom C. (Lindstrom & 
Co.), res Oak bet 4th and 
5th. 

LINDSTROM & CO., harness 
and saddles, 5th. 

Logan H. ' A., farmer arid 
sheep raiser, 7','5|6/ acres; 

' Lonergafi’ Wmi, blapks‘inj);^ij 
Lqux FreB., "frirmriL ‘^qo^'ai 
towfey D. B; ('Barn'etf & 
...Co.). - , J 

Luddy W. ' W;,Afage d'rlverl 
Mallis R. P„ collector' 'bfece 

..MarUk fet-Jstti &d' 

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J.PNewman, Tinner, Pliimblr & GasKtter, CorfBr6al??SyS/Taifil^^^^^ 


The Purniturc House ol Butte Ceun^y, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 


Chioo Flow Works Make and Repair Farming Implements. 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico 


128 COL COLUSA COUNTY. COL 


Malone A. F., dentist, 5th, 
res Jay bet 3d and 4th. 

Mann F. T., bakery and con- 
fectionery, 5 th. 

MARK J. T., farmer, 890 a, 

Martin J. C., clerk. 

Masterson Terence, Dpty Co. 
Clerk. 

MATHEWS W. A., grain 
broker and forwarding agt, 
cor ^th and Market. 

MATTATALL C. W., farmer, 
400 acres 

MAURICE E. DE ST., painter 

McClure W. Ft., ice dealer, 
cor 5th and Market. 

McConnell Jas., frmr, 2,529 
acres. 

McDow E. B., frmr, 2,240 a. 

McDow T. B., frmr, 160 a. 

McDyer J., bootmaker. 

McGrath ]., groceries, cor 
5th and Jay, res cor Jay 
and 4th. 

McGrath Mrs.J.,millinery,5th 
bet Jay and Market, res 
cor Jay and 4th. 

McManus J. M., painter. 

McNab Thomas, hostler. 

MeSherry J. D., bricklayer. 

Mead Alfred, farmer, 160 a. 

Mead E. B., farmer, 160 a. 

MENSS JOSEPH, hair dresser, 
5th near Main. 

Merrill W. R., frmr, 1,674 a. 

Miles W. H., notary public 
and searcher of records. 
Market, 

Miller John, baker, near 
Main. 

MILLER WM. & CO., stage 
lines to Williams, Bartlett 


and Allen Springs, Mville, 
Princeton, Jacinto, Chico, 
Willows, Germantown, Or- 
land, Newville, &c, office 
cor 5th and Main. 

Milton John, hostler. 

Mitchell A. H., liquors. Mar- 
ket bet 5th and 6th. 

Mitchell H., hardware, 5th 
bet Main and Market, res 
cor 4th and Clay. 

MITCHUM H. B., collector, 
res cor Main and 3d. 

Montgomery Alex., capital- 
ist, 6,839 acres. 

Montgomery Ewing bar- 
keeper. res Market. 

MONTGOMERY R. C., grocer 
ies, fruit willow ware and 
cutlery, etc., cor Market 
and C. 

Montgomery S. M., clerk. | 

MOULTON H. L., farmer, 
1,427 acres. 

Moulton L. E.j farmer, 18,- 
498 acres. j 

Moyingham Michael, frmr. 

1 60 acres. 

Murdock Robert, agent Sac. | 

Wood Co., res cor Main I 

and 3d. 

MURDOCK S- R., agt Sac. 
Wood Co. and drayman, 

5th, res cor 3d and Main. 

Myers J., stage driver. 

Myers Jacob, farmer, 1,151 a 

Nathan Maurice, clerk, 

Nathan P., clerk, res cor 3d 
and Clay. 

NATIONAL HOTEL (Bond 
Bros.), proprs, cor Main 
and 6th. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD &. SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


COL COLUSA COUN I'Y. COL 129 


Newcomb L. S., clerk. 

Newland Bros., frmrs, 1,348 
acres. 

Newton C. A., Deputy Clerk, 
res cor Jay and ist. 

Nickelsburg Louis, clerk. 

Nickelsburg M. (M. Nickels- 
burg & Co.) 

NICKELSBURG M. & CO., 

genl mdse, cor 5 th and 
Main. 

Nickelson G. W. (Sube & 
Co.), res Market bet 5th 
and 6th, 402 acres. 

Norris W. E. town clerk, res 
Market bet 8th and 9th. 

Now Balster, livery stable, 
res Eureka Hotel. 

Nutter Wm., farmer, 405 a. 

O’Brien D., bootmkr, Main, 
res Coopers’ Extension. 

O’Sullivan Jerry. 

O’Sullivan J. P., farmer, 306 
acres. 

O’Sullivan Timothy, hostler. 

Padilla Louis, barber, res 
Levee bet 5th and 6th. 

PARK W. J., carriage and 
wagon maker, Main, res 
cor Market and 7th. 

PARKINSON G. W., well 
borer. 

Paddelton Richard, res cor 
Jay and 6th. 

Pearce W. G., stableman, res 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 

Perdue Chas., foreman Eagle 
Stable. 

Perdue Peter, farmer, 319 a. 

PERDUE W. H., livery stable, 
cor Main and 6th, res 6th 
bet Main and Levee. 


PERIGO & FARRISS, ice 

cream, candy, nuts, etc., 

5th. 

Perigo J. H. (Perigo and 
Farriss,) and drayman. 

Perkins W. T., farmer, 1 60 a 

Petty M. L., upholsterer. 

Phiblin D., baker. 

Phillips F , waiter. 

PHILLIPS THOS., farmer. 

PICKETT J. K., photo 
grapher, Market. 

Pierce Wright, hostler. 

Piratsky J. G., printer. 

Ping Wm., farmer, 280 a, 
res cor Main and 2d. 

POIRIE R., supply agent. 

Pond W. R., manager for C. 
W. Hansen. 

Pope J. H., Under Sheriff, 
res cor 4th and Parkhill. 

POTTER J. W., Dpty Co. As- 
sessor, res cor Oak & 4th. 

Porter Rev. Thos.^ clergy- 
man (Christian.) 

POULSON & ELLER, soda 
works. 

Poulson J. L. (Poulson & 
Eller,) res cor 2d and 
Market. 

Powell C. S., farmer, 160 a. 

Prall & Abshire, frmr, 200 a. 

PRALL W. P., farmer. 

Price A. H., tinsmith. 

Prico Jay F., grain buyer. 

PROBST B., boots and shoes, 
5 th bet Market and Jay, 
res cor 9th and Jay. 

Pryor B. A., agent Wells 
Fargo & Co. and Ins. agt, 
res 5th. 

Radfield M. H., printer. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Dry aoods, Fancy Groods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAIVI & Co% Chico. 


O. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


130 COL 


COLUSA COUNTY. 


COL 


Raedy M. J,, hostler. 

Randle D. J., farmer, 210 a. 

Randle S. W., farmer, 680 a. 

Ray John, cook. 

Read F. B., farmer, 640 a. 

Read J. P., windmills. Mar- 

ket. 

Read Perry, windmills. Mar- 
ket. 

READ W. G., mechanic. 

Reckers A., farmer, 160 a. 

Reckers H., farmer, 160 a. 

Rennals J., liquors. Main bet 
7th and 8th. 

Reno Robt. barber. Main. 

Rich J. F. (De Jarnatt & 
Rich), res Clay bet 3d 
and 4th. 

Richter C., farmer, 1 60 a. 

Riley Wm., gunsmith. Main, 
res Market bet 6th & 7th. 

Roach J., tinsmith with 
Welsh, res cor Market 
and 4th. 

Robinson J. G., apothecary. 

ROBINSON LUKE, physician 
and surgeon, 720 acres, res 
cor 7th and Market. 

Robinson Thos., frmr, 320 a. 

ROCHE WM., blacksmith and 
horseshoer. Market. 

Rochon L., barkeeper. 

Rouke M. J , farmer, 560 a. 

ROWIND J. A., farmer, 6 
miles east of Colusa. 

Rowland J, H., frmr, 480 a. 

Rust Lot M,, farmer, 160 a. 

Ryan M., farmer, 160 acres. 

Sabin E. J., farmer, 269 a. 

Sacramento Wood Co., 5th 
bet Main and Market. 

Sallady F. M., clerk. 


Sallady, O., varieties and city 
recorder. Main, bet 5th 
and 6th, res cor Clay and 
- 3 ^- 

Sanders H., carpenter, res 
cor 4th and Clay. 

Schmetzer K. (Schmetzer & 
Kammerer.) 

Schmetzer & Kammerer, 
brewery. Main. 

Schneider Chas. (Klewe & 
Co.) 

SCH UCK 3 IANN AUGUST, 
propr Mound House. 

Scoggins Noah, frmr, 680 a. 

Seaver Chas., frmr,^ 225 a, 

Shanklin W. B., frmr, 242 a. 

Shearer Wm., stage driver. 

SHEEHAN JAMES, carriage 
painter, Main. 

SHEPERHSON H.,farmer, 520 
acres. 

Shepherd J., laborer, res 9th. 

Shuggard G., expressman, 
res Main bet 7th and 8th. 

Sibley Sami, farmer, 80 a. 

Silva Manwell, waiter. 

Simpson Wm., farmer, 160 a 

Singleton Mrs. A., res Jay. 

Sisenvine M., clerk. 

Slutter H., shoemaker. 

Smith Frank Z., dentist, 
Main. 

Smith R. M., stage driver. 

Smith T., road master and 
auctioneer. 

Smith W. C., farmer, 240 a. 

Spalding A. P., blacksmith. 
Market bet 4th and 5th, 
res cor 4th and Oak. 

Sparks Matthew, frmr, 2,818 
acres. 


Colusa Stag-e Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harringi;on, General Supt 



HIBBARD A SOIYIIVIER, Chico, have sold over 1,000 Wa’ches in 8 Year?* 


COL COLUSA COUxNTY. COL 


Spect Jonas, real estate agt, 
800 a, res cor 2d and 
Webster. 

SPECT N, K., groceries, cor 
5th and Jay, 

STANl>UIN(i ISAAC, bar- 
keeper. 

STEELE A MITCHUM, far 
mers and stock raisers. 

Stinefield H. S., barkeeper. 

St. Maurice E., painter, res 
Main bet 2d and 3d. 

Stormer S. J., farmer, 772 a. 

Stover & Atherden, drug- 
gists, sth bet Main and 
Market" 

Stover L. R. (Stover & 
Atherden.) 

STULTZ CHAS. H., painter. 

Sube B. (Sube & Co.), res 
6th bet Main and Market. 

Sube & Co., liquors, cor 
Main and 6th. 

SULLIVAN D., blacksmith & 
horse shoer, Main. 

Sullivan Timothy, black- 
smith, 831 acres. 

Sussman M., furniture. Main, 
res Market bet 3d & 4th. 

Sutton Geo. M. & J. A., 
farmers, 480 acres. 

Sutton P. C., farmer, 320 a. 

Sutway T., hostler. 

Swank Christopher, black- 
smith and wagon maker. 
Market. 

Sweeney Dennis, frmr, 240 a 

Sweeney Wm., farmer, 240 
acres. 

Swift H., carpenter, cor 
loth and Main. 

Swinford W. C., frmr, 320 a 


TALBOT THOS, I., capital- 
ist, 1,560 acres. 

Tate Marion, laborer, res cor 
Market and 8th. 

Tattry M. B., gunsmith, 5th 
bet Main and Market, res 
Jay bet 4th and 5th. 

Thomas H. H., engineer 
Water Works, res cor 
Main and 2d. 

Thompson J. & C., farmer, 
1 60 acres. 

Thompson M., barkeeper 
with Wescot, res cor 8th 
and Jay. 

Thrasher N. W., frmr, 160 a 

Thurston J., farmer, res cor 
5th and Oak. 

Thurston Victor,, clerk. 

TOOLEY L. P., physician, 5th 

Totman J. R., farmer, 180 a. 

TOTTEN M. B., gunsmith, 
5th bet Main and Market, 
res Oak bet 4th and 5th. 

Tournoux J. F., clerk. 

TULL F. M., farmer. 

Turner Fannie E., frmr, 680 
acres. 

Vandroson G., res cor 5th 
and Jay. 

Von Dorsten H. A., farmer, 
2,860 acres. 

Von Dorsten H. W., liquors, 
5th, res cor Oak and 6th. 

Wallis R. P., policeman. 

Ware G. W., genl mdse, cor 
5th and Main, 4,584 acres, 
res cor 4th and Levee. 

Ware J. L., clerk. 

Warner Daniel, carpenter and 
builder, res Clay bet 7th 
and 8th. 


J. F Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HAIiLET Sl LOY Sell Wall Paper, Buildings Paper, Carpet. Carpet Lining* and Cotton House Lining ^Chico, Cat. , 



Chico Flow Works Make and Repair Farming' Implements. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


132 COL 


COLUSA COUNTY 


COL 


Washburn P. L., County 
Treasurer, res cor Jay and 
Ninth. 

WATT JOHN, frmr, 598 a. 

Weast J. K., farmer, 474 
acres. 

Weitemeyer G. A., book kpr 

Wells P'rank, clerk. 

Welsh P. tin and crockery 
ware, groceries, &c., cor 
Jay and 5th, res cor Jay 
and 4th, 

Wentworth S. W., night elk, 
Colusa House. 

Wescott B. F., Iqrs, Colusa 
Hogse, res Oak, bet 4th 
and 5th. 

WESCOTT C. H., City Mar- 
shal, Market, bet 5th & 6th 

West J. S., (Adair & West.) 

Wherritt W. H., hostler. 

White D. A., harness mkr. 


White G. W., house & sign 
painter. 

WHITE J. C., carpenter. 

Wilkins J. F., frmr, 176 a 

Williams G. A., harness mkr. 

Williams Jacob, boarding- 
house,, cor 5th and Main. 

Williamson H. B., bar kpr. 

Williams Thos., frmr, 1 34 a. 

Wilsdorf Fred., painter. Mar- 
ket. 

Wilson C. H., frmr, 160 a. 

Wise A., agent for Howell 
Davis, res Colusa House. 

Wood Archie, Iqrs, 5th, res 
cor Jay and 5th. 

Woods S. J., frmr, 160 a. 

Wright Mrs. F., res cor 3d & 
Levee. 

Wright W. T., res Jay, bet 
8th and 9th. 

Yates James, frmr, 250 a. 


ANDREW BOND. JAMES BOND. 



Proprietors of the 



Corner Sixth and Main Streets, Colusa, Cal. 
Single Meals, 25 cents; Lodgings, 25 to 50 cents. The Bar will be 
supplied with Choice WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Etc. 


GEO. A. COOK. I D. B. LOWREY. [ R. BARNETT. 

R. BARNETT & CO., 

PROPRIETORS 



Best of accommodatioDS and moderate charges. General Stage Office 
for Marysville, Chico, Princeton, Williams, Bartlett and Allen Springs, 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 



HIBBARD Sc SOMMBR, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


COL 


COLUSA COUN r\ . 


COL 133 



Proprietor 


ALL KINDS OF 



Made and, Sold on Reasonahle Terms. 

Fifltli Stjreot, Oolusa, Oal , opp. Karelia Hotel, 

PAINT SHOP, MAIN ST., where all kinds of CARRIAGE PAIN'l'ING is neatly done. 


C3rE!0. C3r. BHLOOJE5LS, 

DEALER IN 


TOBACCOS AND CIGARS, 

Gm''s ajyd AMMumriojY, 
Statloaepy, Toys, Baskets, Sehaol 
Books, Gaadles aadl lotloas, 



lE^iltlrL Street, CcliJLea,, Ca-l. 


BABMUM BiSTAUBAWT. 

Eresli Eastern Oyster aafl Ice Greai Satooa, 

BOARD and LODGIJYG hy the Day or Week. 

Private Booms for families Bar-Room attached to the Restaurant 

Meals at all hours. 

MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE EUREKA HOTEL, COLUSA, CAL. 

LOUIS CAEPANETO, Proprietor. 



IS- ^DesrrrorLd., -^f^rtiet. 

PHOTOGRAPHS IN ALL BRANCHES 

And in First-Class Style. 

FIFTH STREET, - • - OYER HANSON’S DRUG STORE, 

COLUSA. CAL. 


J. N. Moad. Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


IHALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal- 


TXCENER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything Cheap. ^ 


G. W. GRAVES, Drugs and Chemicals, Chico 


134 COL 


COLUSA COUNTY. 


COL 



'O®# 


E. A. HARRINGTON, General Superintendent. 


TO 

Marysville, 

Princeton, 

Jacinto, 

Dayton and 
Chico, 

Williams, 

Leesville, 

Allen and 

Bartlett Springs, 

Willows, 

G-ermantown 

And Orland. 

CHARI«£:S A. GOVE, 

DEALER IN 



JEWELRY, HAIR GOODS, JYOTIOJYS, Etc. 

Oolusa>, Oa.1* 

Agent for the HEMME & LONG PIANO and the NEW WILSON SEWING MACHINE. 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all hinds of 


SaMles, Harness, Bits, Sprs, Wllp, SaMlery-ware, 

FIFTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND MARKET, COLUSA. 

Carriage Trimming neatly done, and all kinds of repairing 
on Short Notice, at Prices to Suit the Times. 

X^cii:*g^e Stoclc of* GrOODS Oonstantly on Hnnd. 


I 


Colnsa Staire Co., General Office, Colnsa, E. A. Harrington, General Snpt. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Ag-ents for Bell Telephone 


1 


COL 


COLUSA COUNTY. 


COL 135 


C. G. BROOKS. CHARLES LINDSTROM. 

Lindslrom & 


T. C. FOCiALSANG 

Co , 


FIFTH ST., COLUSA, 

Saddles, Harness, Whips, Horse- 
Clothing, Spurs, Etc, 

CAERTAGE TRIMMING WILL BE A SPECIALTY 

Good Work will be done at Living Prices. Terms will be made satis- 
isfactory to Farmers. Call and exarnine our Goods and Prices 
before going elsewhere, as we will not be undersold- 




DKAi.ER ]N 



Hardware, Cutlery, Fruits, Caudles, 
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, LIQUORS, ETC., 
SUN BUILDING, - - - - COLUSA. CAL. 

HIGHEST MARKET RATES PAID FOR POULTRY AND PRODUCE. 


M. mcmsBonG co., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CARPETS, 
OIL CLOTH, CROCKERY, GROCERIES AND 
PROVISIONS. 

Agency for Mme. DE.MORBST’S FASHIONABLE PATTERNS. 


“W- T. :E=»^:Eeic, 



MAIN STREET, COLUSA, CAL., 


Oijposite Eureka Hotel. 


Repairing- a Specialty. All 'Work 'Warranted. 


J r, Newman, Tinner. Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


The Furniture House ol Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 


Extras Furnished for all plows at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico. 


1^6 COl. 


COLUSA COUNTY. 


COL 


W. H. PESRDUB. 


K O KiT 0 1 ^ 


f 


isgle livery I 




Ceriier Main and Sixtfe Sts,, Uoinsn, 

TURNOUTS OF ALL KINDS ON REASONABLE TERMS. 




y o 


Clnnfeetianary, dandy, Nuts, Ice drcaM* 
i’rnlts, -Oysters, -Cigars, febacce, Etc. 

FIFTH STREET, COLUSA. 

O’- H. 

^xa, 3 r 2 :)CLa.rL. 

Prepared to do any and all kinds of DRAYING on Reasonable Terms. 


w® 




Mm 

-DEALER IN- 




Staple and Family Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, 
Liquors, wood and Willow Ware, 
Tokacco and Cigars. 

Com.ex of^iftDrx a-xxd. T Stxeets, 

COLUSA, CAL. 


^xa^ctical 

Main Street, Colusa, opposite EurekaHotel. 


^'strra.laa.g' 2J:a.c3a.laa.er3r of -^1 jnnd.s SSopSLlred. ataad. "Wa-rrataa-ted. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Jewelers, Stationers and 


COL COLUSA COUNTY. COL 137 

AMERICAN LAUNDRY, 

G. W. PARKINSON, 

ANNA L. BENNETT, Proprietress, 

T77"ell IBoorerl 

Levee St., bet. Second and Third 

COLUSA, CAL. 

COLUSA. 

(Formerly of Sacramento and Solano.) 

J. B. DANNER, 

Contractor, Bricklayer and Plasterer. 

Pioneer Brick Yard. 

Brick, Lime, Plaster Paris and Cement for Sale 

•W. S». 

OF THE FIRM OF 

Who are Farmers and Stock Raisers, opposite 
Colusa, in Colusa county, claims to have one of the 
best BREEDING HORSES in the county. 

J. B. DeJARNATT, 

Searcher of Records, 

WM. ROCHE, 

COLUSA, CAL. 

Estal:>lislied in 1^00. 

Blacksmith A Horseshoer 

THE ONLY PROFESSIONAL SEARCHER 
OF RECORDS IN COLUSA CO. 

MARKET ST., j 

1 

Complete Set of Abstract Books. 

1 

COLUSA, CAL. 

M. B. 

Contractor and Builder. 

BRICKLAYING & PLASTERING Done at Short Notice 

Work Promptly and Neatly Done 

• 

Brick, Lime, Cement and Plaster for sale. 
Special attention paid to the walling in of Plats in 
the Cemetery. M. B. FARISS, Colusa. 

JAMES R. SHEEHAN, 

J. THAD JONES, 

Carriage Painter 

FARMER. 

MARKET STREET, 

Residence East Side of Sacramento 
River, 8 Miles North of Colusa. 

Over Spalding’s Blacksmith Shop 

Agent for Dickerson’s SELF-OPENING GATE 

G-. W. WHITE, 
House and Sign Painter, 

JOSEPH MENSO, 


AND DECORATIVE PAPER-HANGER, 

111 gilf 1 gill iff gftif tl 

Shop on Jay St , bet. 4th and 5th Colusa 

Hair Dyeing neatly attended to. 

J. C. WHITE, 

Fifitli. iStreet, near M^ain 


COLUSA, CAL. 

COXj-CTS-i^L, 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


The Furniture House ol Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 


Dry G-oods, Fancy Goods, Carpets. Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM Sc Go’s, Chic3. 


G. W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


138 ELK COLUSA COUNTY. GER 


Elk G-rove. 

P. O. Forty miles northwest of 
Colusa. It has a tri-weekly mail 
with Colusa. 


Hoyt J. A., farmer, 160 a, 
Hoyt S. T., farmer, 160 a. 
Hoyt W. H., farmer, 160 a 


G-ermantown. 

P. 0- Six miles north of Willows, 
on the line of the survey of the 
Northern Pailway. A thriving little 
village, giving promise of a great 
increase in size and population. 

Allen F., clerk. 

Bentell Henry, frnir, 640 a. 
Bohuker H. & Co., black- 
smiths. 

Breidenbeck J., bar- keeper. 
Brincken C. T., frmr, 1,947 a 
Byrenes John, frmr, 320 a. 
Cannon J. G., blacksmith. 
Cartlenberg H., frmr, 440 a. 
Eidenmuller M. C., physic- 
ian. 

Eppinger & Co., genl mdse, 
7,910 acres. 

Etzler Martin, frmr, 320 a. 
GERMANTOWN BREWERY, 
Stillinger & Co., proprs. 
Germantown Hotel, Koppe 
A., propr. 

Gilbert M. E., boarding hse. 
Golden M., clerk. 

Gripp H. (Hageman & Co.) 
Gupton L. D. (Gupton & 
Ray.) 

GUPTON & RAY, butchers. 
HAGEMAN M. & €0., liquors. 
Hall ]., liquors. 

Hamann & Lohse, frmrs, 600 


acres. 

Harder Henrich, frmr, 320 a 

Harder Theodore, farmer, 
244 acres. 

Hausen C. G. (Bohuker & 
Co.) 

Hausen M., farmer, 1 60 acres 

Hinds Margaret, farmr, 160 
acres, 

Hoffmann G. W., frmr, 1,600 
acres.^ 

Holmes H. P., contractor 
and builder. 

Jausen Jr., Claus F., farmer, 

150 acres. 

Johnston J. F., butcher. 

Jones Jesse H., frmr, 240 a. 

Kelly J 

Knock & Pullman, frmr, 600 
acres. 

Koppe A J., barber. 

Korn A., clerk. 

Martin J. P., butcher. 

Martins Hans, frmr, 320 a. 

MARTIN W. 1)., frmr, 800 a, 
agent Sierra Flume and 
Lumber Company. 

McLain & Co., liquors. 

McLain W.,( McLain & Co.), 
constable. 

Miller Wm., (Shellinger & 
Co.) 

Moore J., boot maker. 

Nunes Frank J., frmr, 160 a. 

PIPER J. F. & BROTHER, 

hotel, 

Ray J. F (Gupton & Ray.) 

Ray N. B., drugs. 

Reamann Carl, frmr, 160 a. 

Reamann Henry, frmr, 320 a ^ 

Regensberger C., (E & Co.), 
postmaster, agt W.F.&Co. j 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Agents for Be Telephone 


r.isA COLUSA ». oux'i'V. (;ra 139 

Rix Charles, frmr, 3 1 2 acres 
Schell Benedict, frmr. 80 a. 
Schemans & Hagermann/rm, 
160 acres. 

|Shroter C., blacksmith. 

I Schulze D., clerk. 

Schurmann J., frmr, 324 a. 

! Shwenk O., harness maker. 
'Smart I. (McLain & Co.) 
Sperry Mrs. Cyntha, frmr, 
40 acres. 

STILLINGER H. C., brewery. 
St. Louis Alfred & H. B. 

Branhan, frmr, 320 a. 

Stoll & Bros., harness. 

Stoll G. M. (Stoll & Bro.) 
Stoll J. F. (Stoll & Bro.) 
Susman M., genl mdse. 
Switzen Charley, frmr, 320 a. 
Tensfeldt F.. clerk. 

Toat F., (Hagemann & Co.) 
UNION HOTEL, Piper Bros., 
prop’rs, livery stable. 
Vauaresdale G. G., butcher. 
Wolf M., tinsmith. 

WRIGHT, R. H., blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Wright W. H., wagon mkr. 

1 Aten & Masters, farmers, 
245 acres. 

Atherton Wm., frmr, 203 a. 
Balsdon James, frmr, 1,920 
acres. 

Browning John W.,frmr, 31 1 
acres. 

Cook 0. F., mills. 

CORBIENE CHAS. E., farmer. 
Creque Antoni, frmr, 160 a. 
DIEFENDORF A. J., genl 
mdse frmr and postmaster. 
Diefendorff C. J., frmr, 1,650 
acres. 

Eddy Melvern, frmr, 433 a. 
Eddy Thomas, farmer, 91 a. 
FRASIER J. C., farmer. 
Girdner Joseph, frmr, 300 a. : 
GRAHAM T. J.. farmer. j 

HICOCK J. J., frmr, andj 
owner Norman stallions. ' 
HOWELL E. F., frmr, 395 a. 
Lafuever E., frmr, 165 acres. 
LATHAM CHAS., farmer, 894 
acres. 

Latham Mary, frmr, 120 a. 
Mayer H., frmr, 160 a. 
Pohenberger H., farmer, 400 
acres. 

Sachreiter M., 320 acres. 

Schellig Mrs. B., frmr, 360 a. 
Thayer D. S., farmer, 150 a 
Viney B., farmer, 140 acres. 
Wilder Oliver, frmr, 387 a. 
WILSON CYRUS, farmer. 
Wimp John, frmr, 160 acres. 

H P. HOLMES, 

Contractor and Builder, 

GERMANTOWN, COLUSA COUNTY, 

Wiil furnish Plans and Specifications. All Or- 
ders attended to with promptness and dispatch and 
satisfaction guaranteed. Orders from the country 
solicited. 

G-rand Island. 

P. 0. Located on west bank of 
Sacramento river, fourteen miles 
southeast of Colusa. It was settled 
in 1852, and has express and tele- 
graph offices, with a good public 
school. The farming community of 
a large district make this a trading 
and shipping point. 

Imported Norman Horse for Sale 

On reasonable terms. Apply to 

J. J. & C. C. HICOCK, of Grand Island, Colusa 
County, or J. P. RODEHARER, Stony 

Point, Sonoma County. 

importers & Breeders Of Norman Horses. 


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140 GRI COLUSA COUNTY. KAN 

G-rimes Landing. 

(Postoffice, Grand Island). 

Farnsworth J., frmr, 1,190 a. 
Geil Gideon, frmr, 1 60 acres. 
UILMOUR SAMUEL, harness 
maker. 

URIMES C., farmer and stock 
raiser, 1,240 acres. 

Grisez C., farmer, 317 acres. 
Hicock C. C., frmr, 80 acres. 
Howell Isaac, frmr, 7 20 acres 
Hoy Catherine, 397 a. 
Kolpien & Houcheld, frmrs, 
300 acres. 

Meyers Andrew, frmr, 326 a. 
Mitchum James, frmr, 120 a. 
Monsen Fred., frmr, 430 a. 
PEART E. C., general mdse. 
Peart & Graham, frmr, 640 a 
Scovel J. B., farmer, 1 1 1 a. 
Shields John B., frmr, 160 a. 
Smart Jamesj frmr, 100 a. 
Spicer J. H., frmr, 360 a. 
STATLER J. C., butcher. 
TolsomWm., frmr, 640 a. 
Woods Miles, frmr, 362 a. 

Jacinto 

P. 0 . North of Colusa twenty- 
eight miles ; it is in the center of 
Dr Gienn^s big farm, and is the 
point at which he resides 

Aaronson W. (Galland, 
Aaronson & Co.), post- 
master, agt W. F. & Co., 
Notary Public. 

Abernathy G., frmr with 
Glenn. 

Blake E., ferryman. 
Bondurant J. L., frmr, 322 a. 

Bondurant J. W., frmr, 1,120 
acres. 

Butterfield G. P., frmr, 960 a 
Chapman W. A., frmr, 160 a 
Farnsworth Fred., frmr, 80 a 
Farnsworth N., frmr, 160 a. 
F'lood John, frmr, 637 acres, 
Ford P L., frmr, 320 acres. 
P'ord W. F., frmr, 80 acres 
GALLAND, AAIIONSON & CO., 
genl mdse & land owner, 
1,257 acres. 

GLENN DR. H. J., rancher & 
farmer, 50,000 acres. 
Goodman J. A., clerk. 

Hoag G. W., frmr, 7,397 a. 
King F., hotel. 

Klockner J., boot maker. 
Miller J., book-keeper. 

Mudd George, frmr, 2,968 a. 
Mudd Will, frmr, 440 acres. 
Murphy M., liquors. 

Purkitt George H., farmer, 
1. 180 acres. 

Sullivan G. N,, carpenter. 
Tiffe Miss A. R,, 1,151 a. 

Kanawha. 

F 0. A settlement and trading 
point in the foot-hills of the Coast 
Range, thirty-four miles northwest 
of Colusa, 

Alvarez Julia, frmr, 103 a. 
Anderson John. 

Bender J. G. 

BISHOP S. M., genl mdse. 
Bryan M. N., frmr, 920 a, 
Clark N. S., frmr, 1,520 a. 
Crow A. G., frmr, 640 a. 
French Milton, frmr, 9,635 a. 
Harris W. J., frmr, 320 a. 


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LEE COLUSA COUN I'Y. LEE 141 

Jones G. W., frmr, i6o and 
1,123 acres. 

Julian H. B.. frmr and sheep- 
raiser, 5,549 acres. 

Krepper Louis & C.A., frmr, 
2,720 acres. 

Logan A,, farmer. 145 acres. 

Logan A. D., frmr and sheep- 
raiser, 15.569 acres. 

McIntyre F., frmr, 48o-acres. 

MURDOCK WM., frmr and 
stock-raiser, 14,850 acres, 
7,600 sheep. 

Nye U. S., frmr and sheep- 
raiser, 5,460 acres. 

Runge Claus, frmr, 1,280 a. 

Runge Ehler, frmr, 320 a. 

Runge Hensick, frmr, 400 a. 

Sutherland H., frmr, 166 a. 

ROXEL G. W., farmer T 

Welch Levi, frmr, 1,117 a. 

Glenn W. I., frmr, 249 a. 
Green C. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Green W. P ., frmr, 160 a. 
HaddickJ. N. M., frmr, 1,076 
acres. 

Harland T. H., frmr, 320 a. 
Hart L. & J., frmr and sheep 
raiser, 1^294 acres. 

Hart Lee, farmer. 

Haynes Levi L., frmr, 160 a. 
Heimerl Jacob, frmr, 320 a. 
Hungerford M. C., frmr, 233 
acres. 

Johns J. L., frmr, 160 acres. 
Keffer J. C., frmr, 160 a. 
Keffir J. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Liptrap Mrs. E. J , firmr, 160 
acres. 

Lovelady J. W., frmr, 120 a. 
Lisk G. S., frmr, 240 acres. 
Lisk R., frmr, 480 acres. 

Lisk Jr. R., frmr, 160 acres. 
Lisk T, C., farmer, 160 acres. 
McDaniel John, frmr, 155 a. 
McKaig Mrs. H, M., 320 a 
McKaig W. A., frmr, 320 a. 
Miller Paul, frmr, 120 acres. 
Needham W., frmr, 160 a. 
Newton C. C., frmr, 320 a. 
Newton G. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Niesen P. M., frmr, 160 a. 
Noble I., farmer, 160 acres. 
Page E. M., farmer, 160 a. 
PERDUE PETER S., farmer 
and hotel. 

Pugh & Girdner, frmr, 2,736 
acres, 

Ragain D., farmer, 160 acres 
Rees S., farmer, 971 acres. 
Smith G. E., farmer, 160 a. 
Smith J. C., farmer, 320 a. 
Smith ]. L., farmer, 16S a. 

S. M. BISHOP, 

DEALER IN • 

General Merchandise and Liquors. 
KANAWHA, COLUSA, CAL. 

Leesville. 

P. 0. In the Coast Range west of 
Colusa, twenty-seven miles in Bear 
Valley It is quite a trading point, 
and has a number of business 
bouses 

Bliss Wm., hotel. 

Clark & Chamberlain, genl 
mdse. 

Clark J. H., frmr, 160 acres. 
Crosset D., frmr, 800 acres. 
Flinn Wm., frmr, 160 acres. 
Gaither G. W., frmr, 2,024. 
Gassaway W. M, frmr. 320 
acres. 


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142 MAX COLUSA COUNTY. MAX 

Smith J. M., farmer, 320 a 
Smith M. V., frmr, 160 a. 
Smith R. & J., frmr, 327 a. 
Spence A. T., frmr, 171 a. 
Stafford H . farmer, 160 a. 
Stites W, A, farmer, 160 a. 
Welton A. T., frmr, 160 a. 
Willgansy C., frmr, 120 a. 
Wilson S., farmer, 160 acres. 

Maxwell. 

P. 0. Settlement in the northern 
part of the county. 

Abel G. H., frmr, 1,100 a. 
BARNES W., farmer. 

Barnes W. & R. I., farmers, 
395 acres. 

BLISS WM., hotel. Antelope 
Valley. 

Booher D., farmer, 400 acres 
BOYDSTON S. B., blacksmith. 
Canturbury M., phys, 604 a. 
Casey Patrick, frmr, 1,117a. 
Charest Luke, frmr, 240 a. 
Clausen C. L., frinr, 320 a. 
Growl J. G., blacksmith. 
Daley J. T., frmr, 480 a. 
Daley O, V., frmr, 160 a. 

De Lapp R., frmr, 160 a, 
Dooling M., frmr, 1,179 
Dooling P., frmr. 317 a. 
Ewing Mrs. R. R., widow. 
Felts C. G., frmr, 480 a. 
Fulton Wm.. frmr, 866 a. 
Gandy J. L., frmr, 320 a. 
Gibson J. S., frmr, 1,686 a. 
GLOTZBACK L. J., butcher. 
Greene G. V., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Gregory Samuel, frmr, 880 a 
Hardew George B., frmr, 320 
acres. 

Harris Joseph, frmr, 629 a. 
Hastings G. W., frmr, 160 a 
Hayward Frank, frmr, 320 a 
Henderson J. A., book-kpr. 
Hodges I. R., wagon maker 
Horan M. A. frmr, 160 a. 
Jones T. J., blacksmith. 
Lansten P. N., frmr, 160 a. 
Lowry J. W. (Spaulding & 
Co.) 

Manford Mrs. N., widow. 
Maxwell G., liquors, 160 a. 
McCOY A BOYDSTON, black- 
smith and wagon niakers. 
McCoy J. (McCoy & Boyd- 
ston), acres. 

McCoy W. S.. frmr, 148 a. 
McDermott J. frmr,. 160 a. 
MENEFEE MRS. M. G., hotel. 
Morrow J. W., butcher. 
Montoux W., frmr, 280 a. 
Mulford D. P., frmr, 1 60 a. 
OCCIDENT HOTEL, Mrs. M. 

J. Menefee, Prop’rs. 

Ochs Henry, frmr. 400 a. 
Pearsons Oliver, frmr, 80 a. 
Phelps J. M,, frmr, 320 a. 
Prine David, frmr, 315a. 
Reckers A., frmr, 1 60 a. 

RICE JOHN, frmr, 160 a. 
Richter Chas, frmr, 160 a. 
Richter Herman, frmr, 160 a. 
Sites, John, frmr, 3,920 a. 
Soper, A. A. blacksmith. 
Spaulding J, carpenter. 
SPAULDING, LOWRY & CO., 
genl mdse. 

Spaulding R. S. (Spaulding 
& Co.) postmaster. 
Spaulding W. W., operator, 
W. U. Telegraph. 

Sutton D. B., frmr, 2,030 a 


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Sutton George M., frmr, 720 
acres. 

Sutton J. A., frmr, 308 a. 
SWEZY 0 ., farmer. 

Talbot James R., frmr, 15,122 
acres. 

Tate M. S., frmr, 198 a. 
Thomas Stephen, frmr, 520 a 
Tinsley A. L. frmr, 155 a. 
Tousley Nelson frmr, 1 56 a, 
Tull Bros, liquors. 

Tull J. M., (Tull Bros.) 

Tull W. W. (Tull Bros.) 
Vangilt John, farmer, 160 a. 
Van Winkle J N.,frmr, 884 a. 
Vosmire John, larmer, 160 a. 
Wakefield L. S., frmr, 1,146 
acres. 

Watson John, frmr, 435 a. 
WHITE J. C., frmr, 160 a. 
White, W. C., frmr, 80 a. 
Wilhite E. W.. farmer, 1 58 a. 
Williams H., frmr, 400 a. 
Zumwalt Joseph, frmr, 320 a. 

WILLIAM BLISS, 

Prop i*ie tor Hotel, 

ANTELOPE VALLEY. 

Newville, 

P. 0. Sixty miles northwest of Co- 
lusa in the coast range. The trad- 
ing point for a large district. 

Anderson W. T., frmr, 360 a. 
Bailey Jas. B,, frmr, 1,280 a. 
Bailey Mark, frmr, 1,260 a. 
Barley Morison, frmr, 156 a. 
Bedford John A., frmr, 160 a. 
Bedford M. A., frmr, 160 a. 
Bedford Thos., frmr, 528 a. 
Beerman A., frmr, 290 a. 


COUNTY NEW 143 


Biswell N. B. frmr, i6oa. 
Blackwell E. S., frmr, 240 a. 
Boohen Q. and Mrs. N. Car- 
penters, frmrs, 142 a. 
Booth M. R., frmr, 640 a. 
Braddock W. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Brownell Q. W., frmr, 4,644 
acres. 

Brown F. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Brown, Harris & Co., saw- 
, mill. 

Brown Thos. E., frmr, 400 a. 
Campbell T. J., frmr, 145 a. 
Carpenter W. H., frmr, 693 a. 
Cassaday W. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Chamberlin J. T., frmr, 80 a. 
Chamberlin R. A., frmr, 480 
Cock Andrew, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Conklin M. L. & Co., frmr, 
Connelley J. C., frmr, 80 a. 
Cudd James, frmr, 320 a. 
Cushman L. V., frmr, 1,992 
acres. 

Cushman W. H., frmr, 452 a. 
Davis John A., frmr, 160 a. 
Davis Robert, frmr, 160 a. 
Delaly Thos., frmr, 160 a. 
Drew Willis, frmr, 160 a. 
Fellows R. A., frmr, 240 a. 
Finnell J., frmr, 1,039 
Flood John, frmr, 440 a. 
Foreman B. F. & Bro., 320 
acres. 

Fuller H. H.. frmr, 144 a. 
Gladen John, frmr, 320 a. 
Goodpeh James, frmr, 760 a. 
Goug^h M. G., ‘frmr, 160 a. 
Graves, Sr., F'.C., frmr, 1,342 
acres. 

Green B. F., frmr, 320 a. 
Green S. N., frmr, 440 a. 
Griffiths A, frmr, 2,160 a. 


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COLUSA COUNTY 


! Harbinson J. W., frmr, 240 a. 

I Harbison J. A., frmr, 24:0 a. 

Harris A. J., frmr, 160 a. 

Hatfield, Eliza M. frmr, 240 
acres. 

Heiden A., frmr, 400 acres. 

Holtorf H., frmr, 320 acres. 

Howden John, frmr, 160 a 

Jasper H., frmr, 239 a 

Johnson Daniel, frmr, 1,120 
acres. 

Keech Alfred, frmr, 160 a. 

Kelley, A. W , frmr, 160 a. 

Kendrick M., frmr, 5,120. 

Kirkpatrick T. J., frmr, 2,120 
acres. 

Kuney W. R. and R. J. Me- 
cum, frmrs, 1 60 acres. 

Luce A., frmr, 680 & 913 a. 

Markham David, frmr, 300 a. 

Markham W. W., frmr, 200 
acres. 

Masterson, D. H., frmr, 600 
acres. 

Masterson Eliza, frmr, 1 30 a. 

McCall P., frmr, 200 acres. 

McDerniel Wm., frmr, 160 a. 

McGinley E., frmr, 80 acres. 

McGrew Joseph, 160 a. 

Mecum G. D. frmr, 240 a. 

Mecum R. J., 160 acres. 

Millsap A. J., frmr, 160 a. 

Millsap, Mrs. Ann, frmr, 200 
acres. 

Millsap G. W., farmer and 
sheep raiser, 2,240 %cres. 

Millsap H., frmr, 586 acres. 

Millsap Joseph, farmer and 
sheep raiser, 2,720 acres. 

Moore Henry, frmr, 360 a. 

Muller Mrs. C., farmer, 160 
acres. 


Murdock G. W., frmr, 2,054 
acres. 

Neeley J., fn.ir, 340 acres. 
Neilson Hugh, frmr, 1,280 a. 
Osborn Sullivan, frmr, 480 a. 
Patterson Elisha, 160 acres. 
Price M. T., frmr, 160 acres. 
Ray N. B., druggist 
Richelieu W. P., frmr, 240 
acres. 

Richelieu W. P., Jr., farmer, 
280 acres. 

Riley, S. L., frmr, 160 acres. 
Ritchey, A. F., 160 acres. 
Robertson, J. W., 1,576 a. 
Robinson, C. M., farmer 680 
acres. 

Scearce, L. frmr, 4,145. 
Scottseth, frmr, 160 acres. 
Scribner B. N., genl mdse. 
Shelton, Jas. A., frmr 601 a. 
Shirley S. G., frmr, 440 a. 
Sly J. F., frmr, 80 acres. 
Small Geo. M.,frmr, 3,139 a. 
Small Mrs. Nancy, farmer, 
1 . 754 - 

Statton R., frmr, 160 acres. 
Steinfatt G., frmr, 480 acres. 
Steuben H. W., frmr, 412. 
Stroup W. H. H., frmr, 200 
acres. 

Tarleton, J., frmr, 680 acres. 
Taylor A., frmr, 160 acres. 
Tomkins Chas. A., frmr, 303 
acres. 

Towl W. M., frmr, 160 a. 
Vanderford N. B., frmr, 1,440 
acres. 

Vroman G. T., frmr, 240 a,. 
Ward J., frmr, 240 acres 
Webb F., frmr, 640 acres. 
West Jas. S., frmr, 162 a. 


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West John, frmr, 640 acres. 
Willard A. H., frmr, 320 a. 
Williams Andrew, frmr. 480 
acres. 

Williams Jas., frmr, 440 a. 
Williams John frmr, 160 a. 
Williams, Wm. frmr, 320 a. 
Wise Peter, frmr, 2 So acres. 
Wright G. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Yates, J. L., frmr, 363 a. 

Occident. 

(See Maxwell.) 

glotzebach, 

OOCIDENX. 


Olimpo. 

P. O. Fifty miles northwest of Co- 
lusa. 


SIMPSON NOAH, farmer. 


Orland. 

P. 0. Forty-five miles northwest of 
Colusa, on the surveyed line of the 
Northern Eailway, and south bank 
of Stony Creek. It has a fine 
flouring mill, and is a growing town. 

Anderson B. S., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Anderson O. J., engineer 
flouring mill. 

Atwood B. E., frmr, 20 a. 
Beasley J. P., machinist. 
Bennett F. F., miller flouring 
mill. 

Blunkell J. W. 

Brown D., livery stable. 
Brown F. W., postmaster. 


Brown T., livery stable. 
Chapman E., frmr, 115a. 
Cleck A., vineyard. 

Creed K., frmr, 312 a. 

Creed W M., merchant. 
Coulter C. (Coulter & Wil- 
son). 

COULTER & WILSON, hotel 
and liquors. 

CROTHERS JOHN, liquors. 
Davidson S., genl mdse. 
Dodson F. H., hotel. 
Edwards J., teamster. 

Els wick E. (Els wick & Wil 
son), physician. 

Elswick & Wilson, druggists. 
P'elkner L. L., frmr, 640 a. 
Fleming D. P., farmer. 
FROST J. H., billiard saloon. 
Fuller H. H.. blacksmith. 
Graves F. C., merchant. 
Greenwood H. A., farmer, 
1 .400 acres. 

Griffith & Hamilton, black- 
smiths. 

Hamilton J. (Griffith & Ham- 
ilton.) 

Hanley J. W., blacksmiths. 
Heaton A. A., harness. 
HELPHINSTEIN J. W., 
meat market. 

Hubbard Mark, frmr, 1,276 a 
Hunter D. D., physician. 
James J., liquors. 

Johnson J. W., physician. 
Kellaway J., teamster. 
Labart E. B., laborer. 

Lewis Mrs. & Hanley Mrs., 
millinery and dress makers 
Liever J. (Michel & Co.) 
Lohman H., frmr, 480 a. 
Maden D., justice peace. 


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146 PRI COLUSA COUN^I V PRl 

Mason T. S., stable man. 
May G. (Raphael & May.) 
Michel J. (Michel & Co.) 
MICHEL J. & CO., genl mdse 
Nichols T., atty at law. 
Obermayer F., boot maker. 
OliLANi) FLOUK MILLS, 
Flemming & Salsburg, 
proprietors. 

Oxindine C., blacksmith. 
Oxindine L. C., sheep raiser. 
Pettitt Chas., frmr, 200 a. 
Pool D. R., barber. 

Pope J., laborer, 

Raphael & May, genl mdse. 
Raphael O. (Raphael & 
May). 

Rohlwing Wm., frmr, 400 a. 
Salsburg D., (Flemming & 
Salsburg). 

Seavey C. T., carpenter. 
Sharp J. H., wagon maker. 
STINCHACUM SAMUEL S., 
liquors. 

Thurston W., physician. 
Tollausbee G., blacksmith. 
Vanhorn P. H., fruit store. 
Walton, T. O., teamster. 
Wilson, A. F. (Elswick & 
Wilson). 

Wilson G. (Coulter & Wil- 
son) 

WILSON SAMUEL, frmr and 
stock raiser, 6,000 acres. 
Wright H., millwright. 
Yocum G. W., varieties. 

Princeton. 

P. 0. The second town of the 
county, situated on the west bank of 
the Sacramento, fourteen miles north 
of Colusa, with which it has mail 

communications each day. There 
are large steam flouring mills located 
here, and more grain is shipped from 
this point than any place in the 
county. There is an elegant school 
house, erected at a cost of over 
$4,000, and three very large ware- 
houses. 

Aldersley E., prop’r Prince- 
ton Flour Mill, agt. C. P. 
R. R. steamers. 

Bqjcer F. N., frmr, 160 acres. 
Baker W. P'., frmr, 160 a. 
Beane E. H., elk postoffice. 
Bendy David, postmaster 
and land owner, 239 a. 
Blodgett H. D., frmr, 1,137. 
Blodgett, L. J., frmr, 320 a. 
Brines Jas. M., frmr, 160 a. 
Brown, J. W., liquors. 

Buney Jas. H., frmr, 1,590 a. 
Butler A. B., frmr, 341 acres. 
Byers & Kerr, frmr, 434 a. 
CALDER A., farmer. 

Calden F. R. laborer. 
Campbell & Spurgeon, frmrs, 
4,462 acres. 

Carman S. W. book-keeper, 
agent Sac. Wood Co’s 
steamers. 

Carmody M., barkeeper. 
Cayot C. (Cayot & Rein- 
hardt ) . 

Cayot & Reinhardt, black- 
smiths and wagonmakers. 
Chandler C. (Flint & Chan- 
dler). 

Clark H., street sprinkler. 
Clark J., elk with Tapscott. 
Cleek Vincent, frmr, 267 a. 
COTTRELL A. J., varieties. 
Cover B. (Hutton & Cover). 
Cover Chas., blacksmith. 


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PRI COLUSA COUX rv. PRI 147 

Dashiell B., harness maker. 

Davis, N., frmr, 560 acres. 

Davis M. Sr., frmr, 2,681 a. 

Davis M. Jr., 160 acres. j 

Dunlap John carpenter. 

Eagle T. B., physician. ■ 

Etter D., blacksmith. j 

Farr Wm., clerk Princeton i 
mill 

P'elez J., barber. 

FLINT & CHAXDLEU, livgry 
stable. 

Flint J. H. (Flint & Chan- 
dler) . 

Fore John, laborer. 

Freeman G. W. (Freeman & 
Klemmer). 

Freeman & Klemmer, hard- 
ware. 

Frost G. A., painter. 

(JEOFFEKT A., harness mkr. 

Gillenhurst J., stableman. 

Graves H., blacksmith. 

Green Thos., bootmaker. 

Haberecht Wm , barber. 

Hartley H. G., frmr, 400 a. 

Hart Jas., frmr, 317 acres, 

Harvey James, frmr, 320 a. 

HELPHENSTIXE H. S., frmr, 
4 miles south of Princeton. 

Helphenstine L. H., farmer, 
1,500 acres. 

Hemstreet Mrs. A S., frmr, 
1,565 acres. 

Herman F., laborer. 

HILLIARD R., sheep raiser. 

Hinka Wm., barkeeper with 
Hoffman. 

Hoffman J. M., liquors. 

Hubbard E. D., (Hubbard 
& Parker). 

Hubbard & Parker, carptrs. 

Hubbard T. C. frmr, 1,500 a. 

HUTTON & COVER, black- 
smiths and carriage mkrs. 

Hutton N. D. (Hutton & 
Cover). 

JACKSON A. A., (Jackson & 
Dean) fire ins agt. 

Jackson C. T., elk with Jack- 
son & Dean. 

JACKSON & DEAN, lumber. 

Jackson R. F., frmr, 240 a. 

Jackson S. H. waiter with 
A. Kimble. 

JOHNSON SAMUEL, barber. 

Kelsey Rev. Jas., clergy 
man (Methodist). 

Kimble A., restaurant. 

King J., porter. 

Klemmer A., well-borer. 

LACKEY J. P., constable and 
collector. 

LEE J. H., butcher. 

LUMAN WM., frmr, 4 miles 
southeast Butte City. 

Mann Wm., frmr, 298 acres. 

Mason J. T., frmr, 1 72 acres. 

McDaniel E. frmr, 1,560 a. 

McDaniel, J. L., frmr, 2,574 
acres. 

MeVay Jos., frmr, 1.148 a. 

MeVey T. C., frmr. 320 a. 

Meyer C. F., tailor. 

MILLER J. C., druggist. 

Mitchell F. S., elk with Wall. 

Moss H. T., miller. 

Nelson H. C. frmr, 993 a. 

Nelson John, frmr, 320 a. 

Packer G. F., frmr and sheep 
raiser, 4,950 acres. 

Parker H. R. (Hubbard & 
Parker). 

Platt J. C., frmr, 606 acres. 


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Princeton Hotel, Carroll W. 
F., proprietor. 

Rasor A. J., frmr, 5 30 acres 

Reinhardt R. (Cayot & 
Reinhardt). 

Ritchson E., stableman. 

Robinson J. C., druggist. 

ROBISON S. A., liquors, in- 
surance agent. 

SCOTT P. H., justice of peace 
and collector. 

Sehorn A. W , manager with 
I. S. Wall & Co. 

Seipp, P., barkeeper. 

Sersanous J. F., clerk with 
Tapscott and agt C. L. & 
M. Tel. Co. 

Seytes R., liquors. 

SHARER ALLEN, carpenter 
and painter. 

Sievers C., frmr, 320 acres. 

Smith R. M., Colusa stage 
Company. 

Steel Frank, frmr, 603 acres. 

Stockwell Silas, trmr, 330 a. 

Stone Edward, frmr, 285 a. 

Stone P., frmr, 320 acres. 

Stuart A. J. 

Sutton J. P., frmr, 80 acres. 

TAPSCOTT V. A., genl mdse 

Tate J. & H. W., farmers, 
1,185 acres. 

Thompson A. H., blksmth. 

Turner John, farmer. 

Winson, Chas., bootmaker. 

Vivian Miss C., school tchr. 

Wadley Mrs. C., (widow). 

WALL J. S. & CO., general 
merchants, agents Wells, 
Fargo & Co. 

Watson, O., carpenter. 

Watson Mrs. M,, (widow). 


COU.VTV. St. J 


Wolf G. W., drugs. 

Wright Frank, stableman. 

J. S. WALL & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

PRINCETOV, CAL. 

Spring Valley. 

MEYER C. R., genl mdse. 
SHERER D. & CO., farmers. 

St. John. 

P. O. Located in northern part of 
the county, thirty-seven miles from 
Colusa. It has quite a trade with 
the growing agricultural community 
in the vicinity. 

Halley G. W., frmr, 260 a. 
Halton A. C., blacksmith. 
Hinds James A., liquors. 

Hinz F., frmr, 240 acres. 
James Joseph, frmr, 80 acres. 
Johnston Albert, frmr, 320 a. 
Keyser J. G., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Knothe John, frmr, 185 a. 
Ladoo Peter, frmr, 290 a. 
Martin Eli, frmr 240 acres. 
Mason P. S., frmr, 80 acres. 
McGinnis F. P., 480 acres. 
Miller W. G., frmr, 80 acres. 
Millsap A. J., frmr and sheep 
raiser, 1 60 acres. 

Papst A., frmr, i ,000 acres. 
Papst C. J. and A., genl mdse. 
Papst, W. H., frmr. 400 a. 
Rehse E., frmr, 308 acres. 
Reynolds Alexander, liqrs. 
Rowcroft S. W., 313 acres. 
Silver Gilbert, frmr, 160 a. 
Simpson John W., frmr, 240 
acres. 


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Steuben H. H., fnnr, 320 a. 
Taylor Mrs * hotel. 
Thompson Leonard, farmer, 
140 acres. 


Sulphur Creek. 

P. 0. In the Coast Range, west of 
Colusa thirty-five miles, and is the 
post ofiice address for Wilbur Springs 
which have medical properties pf 
great value. Mrs. J. S. Brame, the 
proprietress of the Springs, has* a 
large, commodious hotel, and hun- 
dreds of people visit these Springs 
annually. 

Baum Mrs. J. W., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Boardman C., frmr, 1,021 a. 
BRAME MRS. J. S., propri- 
etress of Wilbur Springs, 
Brim J. W , frmr, 4,079 a. 
Brown W. F„ frmr, 471 a. 
Chandler H. H., i6o acres. 
Davis Edward, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Davis J. R., frmr, no acres. 
Duncan E. B., frmr, 160 a. 
Duncan John, frmr, 160 a. 
Duncan J. R., frmr, 160 a. 
Durham J. H., frmr, 1,452 a. 
Rees S., farmer, 

Roberts, John, frmr, 158 a. 

Sycamore. 

Ashley J, S., harness maker. 
BROWNING R. S., frmr, 400 
acres. 

Browning Dick, farmer. 
Browning & Frasier, farmers, 
320 acres. 

Brown W. H., school tchr. 
Burtis S., frmr, 312 acres. 
Buster R., frmr, 536 acres. 


Byers J. H., frmr, 1,027 
Case John, frmr, 160 acres. 
Comer, Jno., carpenter. 
Corbiere Chas. F., frmr 448 
acres, 

Crese Jno., carpenter. 

DAVIS HOWELL, genl mdse, 
agricultural implements 
and grain buyer artd post 
master, 2,521 acres, 

DAVIS LEWELLYxN, agent 
for Howell Davis. 

Dunlap L. S., carpenter. 

Earp, P. A., frmr, 150 acres. 
Evans Joseph, frmr, 1,200 a. 
Geer Levi R., farmer, 559 a. 
Gleason L. L., frmr, 741 a. 
Graham E. R., frmr, 300 a. 
Greer Henry, farmer. 

Harris E. A., frmr, 1,200 a. 
Jeffrey Mary, book-keeper. 
Luckenbill John, schl tchr. 
McLaughlin E. M., farmer, 
120 acres. 

Moore E. B., farmer, 809 a. 
Nelson W. L., justice of 
peace 

Ogden Wm., farmer, 1,256 a. 
Paulsen Grevey & Christian, 
farmers, 540 acres. 
Peterson Frederick, liquors. 
Phelps Thos. M., frmr, 280 a 
Phillips Thos., farrher. 

Potter A. E., frmr, 169 a. 
Price J. D., machinist. 

Reavis H. M., blacksmith. 
Riggs, Silas, frmr, 480 a. 
Rippey Wm., engineer. 
Schaad August, frmr, 346 a. 
SHOEMATE J. P., liquors. 
SMITH JASPER G., machin- 
ist and boiler maker. 


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Smith L. J., frmr, 160 acres. 
Steele & Michuin, farmers, 
625 acres. 

Stepp James C., 230 acres. 
Stiles W. H., clerk. 
STINCHFIELB OEO., farmer, 
240 acres, 

Stinchfield M., frmr, 400 a. 
Strother H. D. frmr, 343 a. 
Sublett W. A., frmr, 577 a. 
Tolson Samuel, farmer. 
Tuttle Dexter, frmr, 377 a. 
Wallace Mrs. P., farmer. 
White E., farmer. 

Wise Chas., school teacher. 
Wilkins J. C., frmr, 167 a. 
Wright Wm., frmr, 400 a. 
Zumwalt J. B., frmr, 260 a. 
Zumwalt J. R., frmr, 88 a. 

Williams. 

P. 0. The present termini of the 
Northern JRailway, ten miles west of 
Colusa. There a number of fine 
buildings, public and private, ware- 
houses and places of business. Stages 
leave here every day for Colusa, 
Willows and Wilbur Springs. 

Abel John F., frmr, 793 a. 
Alexander A., frmr, 680 a. 
Andra V. C., frmr, 160 a. 
Andrews W. H. frmr, go a. 
Arnold Chas., frmr, 170 a. 
Balcom R. G., agt Nrtn Ry. 
Becker Albert, frmr, 160 a. 
Becker J., frmr, 240 acres. 
Belvel D. T., frmr, 333 acres. 
Bidon Jacob, frmr, 240 a. 
Boardman F. M., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Bopp Chas. F., frmr, 400 a. 
Broadwell E., harness. 


Calmes Fielding, frmr, 2,^310 I 
acres. 

Calmes Tim, frmr, 240 a. 
CLARK A., farmer, 10,000 
acres. Cortinez township. 
Clark J. B., clerk. 

CLARK REUBEN, farmer. 
Cleghorn, Isaac, frmr, 1,920 
acres 

Colburn C. E., frmr, 1,600 a. 
Cole Mrs. G. A., millinery. 
COLE J. H., blacksmith. 
Compton J. B., frmr, 320 a. 
CROCKETT J. R., butcher. 
CRUTCHER , 1 . W., groceries 
and provisions. 

Curtis, D. P., frmr, 240 a. 

Curtis B. M., frmr, 160 acres. 
Dallman S., liquors, managr 
C. L. & M. Tel. Co. 

Danley James, frmr, 200 a. 
Darby Hugh, frmr, 16 acres. 
DEAN W. D. & CO., lumber. 
Depugh A., drugs. 

DEWEY C. S., watches and 
jewelry. 

Dorsen J., stableman. 

Duncan J. S., frmr, i ,080 a. 
Dunlap Frank, frmr, 320 a. 
Dunning Lorenzo, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Durham John, frmr, 240 a. 
Eakle J. S., frmr, 480 acres. 
Eakle H. P., butcher. 

Elliott G. W., barber. 

Fine L. B., grain merchant. 
Frawer, F. B., clerk. 

Glover D., mngr with Keser. 
Graham F. D., frmr, 240 a. 
Graham P. H., clerk, 

Graham W. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Harkey Louis, frmr, 160 a. 


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Harrison N. P., carpenter. 
Harris Robert, frmr, 450 a. 
Harvey L. S., bordng house. 
Hayman, L. T., frmr, 709 a. 
Hedges J. Q., butcher. 
Hensley Mrs. R., frmr, 320 
acres. 

Hildreth C. J., butcher. 
Holden G. W., liquors. 
HUDSON M., livery stable. 
Hutchison R., frmr, 400 a. 
Hyman & Co., genl mdse. 
Hvman D. A., (Hyman & 
Co.) 

Hyman M., frmr, 640 acres. 
Ingrim G. C.. frmr, 1,640 a. 
Judson R. C., stableman. 
Kelsey, A. R., frmr, 760 a. 
Keser F. H., barber. 

Keser L., harness. 

Kissling Conrad, frmr, 320 a. 
Kettanburg, frmr, 960 acres. 
Kraft John, frmr, 720 acres. 
Laracy J. ]., waiter. 

Larch W. H., frmr, 1,120 a. 
Lester T. J. butcher. 

Lewis William, frmr, 160 a. 
Lillie Wm., frmr, 200 acres. 
Long, C. M., stableman. 
Long J. D. carpenter. 

Long M. A., livery stable. 
Long R. A., barkeeper. 
Luistey A. L. farmer, 160 a. 
Lutts F. M., frmr, 960 a. 
Manor A. B., frmr 4,283 a. 
Mantouh C. H., waiter. 
Matheson D. R., (Matheson 
& Co.) 

McClure W. H., ice dealer. 
McMichael H. S., frmr, 960 

1 acres. 

Mendlebaum L., barkeeper. 

MERLOW J., foreman with 
Stovall. 

Milburn E. H. frmr, 160 a. 

Miller Alex., frmr, 2,278 a. 

Miller ]., blacksmith. 

Mogk J., elk for Steinberg. 

Moore J. M., frmr, 160 a. 

Martin A. S., boardng house. 

Matheson & Parker, liquors. 

Melk, N., wagon maker. 

Newman A,, (Newman & 
Co.) 

Newman & Co., gen’l mdse. 

Newman ]., (Newman & 
Co. ) 

Newman N. (elk tor New- 
man & Co.) 

Noble W. W.. frmr, 1,520 a. 

NOON A., contractor and 
builder. 

Parker C. F., (Matheson & 
Parker) . 

Peppers T., butcher. 

Peterson Peter, frmr and 
sheep raiser, 9,340 acres. 

Poole William, frmr, 161 a. 

Potts J. W., frmr, 1,120 a. 

Powell Jerry, frmr, 1,432 a. 

Piper & Lamb, blacksmiths. 

Richardson C., manager for 
Dean & Jackson. 

RICKEY A. W., physician. 

Rosenberger John D., frmr 
and sheep raiser, 1,463 a. 

Rose Wm. (Weed &Rose.) 

Rumuelsburg A. (Hyman & 
Co.) 

Schary J., blacksmith. 

Shearin J. J., frmr, 1,200 a, 

Shelby J. C., stableman. 


Melburn J. M., frmr, i6o a. Shields S., bootmaker. 


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Shuckman A., farmer, 125 a 

Simeral S. W., varieties, tele- 
graph operator, agt Well’s 
Fargo & Co. 

Sites A., elk Williams Hotel 

Small E. F., cook. 

Small H., clerk Williams 
Hotel. 

Smith W. A., blacksmith 

Stanley J., frmr, 520 acres. 

Steuberg J., genl mdse. 

STEWART C. E., farmer. 
1,360 acres. 

STOVALL J. C., farmer, 1 8,000 
acres. 

STUART C. E., farmer. 

TATUM S. W., farmer, 480 a. 

Taylor W. N., frmr, 1,436 a. 

Thomas S., frmr, 400 acres. 

Thompkins Mrs. R. G., 440 
acres. 

TULLEY W. R., farmer. 

Turple A. A., blacksmith. 

Wakefield L. S., frmr, 1,120 
acres. 

Washburn A. Z., clerk. 

Watson J. W., frmr, 440 a. 

Weed F. S. (Weed &Rose.) 

Weed & Rose, liquors. 

WHITE J. C., farmer. 

WilcoxsonJ. & J. C. Stovall, 
farmers, 18,374 acres. 

Wilde S., bootmaker. 

Williams G. W., conductor 
Northern Railroad. 

WILLIAMS W. H., hotel and 
postmaster, 6,742 acres. 

Wills P., blacksmith. 

WISLEY J. C. & BRO., hard- 
ware. 

Wilsey J. C. (Wilsey Bros.) 

Wilsey R. A. (Wilsey Bros.) 


Wilson R. G., frmr, 256 a. 
Woods R., carpenter. 

ZUMW ALT J. 0 ., farmer. 


Willows. 

P. O. A new enterprising town, on 
the line of survey of the Northern 
Kailway, located in the centre of a 
large agricultural region, thirty miles 
Ironi Colusa. It has two hotels, a 
public hall, and a number of com- 
modious brick business houses, with 
many elegant private dwellings, and 
a large number of others in course 
of erection. There is an excellent 
public school, also a Lodge of F. & 
A. M. society, W. F, Go’s Ex- 
press and Telegraph Company have 
offices, and stages leave daily for all 
parts of the county. Perhaps no 
town in the county is improving as 
rapidly and with as good foundation 
for lasting prosperity. The Williams 
Journal, a weekly newspaper, is pub- 
lished by A. J. Patrick, who labors 
zealously for the interests of the 
community. 

Andermon C. P. 

Anderson R. C., laborer. 
Apperson A., butcher. 
Azevedo Manuel, frmr, 1 60 a 
BAILLEY A., contractor and 
builder. 

Baird O. A., upholsterer. 

Ball & Kelley, frmrs, 2,984 a 
Bates Z.. liquors. 

Baylor W. B., physician, 
Bedford H., painter. 

Behnke H., farmer, 243 a. 
Behrens Claus P., frmr, 160 
acres. 

BEHRENS G. F., liquors, 147 
acres. 

Bennight Sarah A., farmer, 
120 acres. 


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Bercelaux P., farmer, 929 a. 
Betarrco Frank, frmr, 480 a. 
Billow Joseph, frmr, 1,336 'a. 
Billow M., farmer, 754 acres. 
Birch John A., farmer, 240 a. 
Blunkall J. W., frmr, 158 a. 
Bodley A. (Chase & Bodley.) 
Books P. P., hostler. 
BOVVERS L. L., boots and 
shoes. 

Boyens Henry, frrnr, 160 a. 
Boyens Harris, frmr, 160 a 
Brick P., blacksmith. 

Brooks J., farmer, 320 acres. 
Brown Mrs. E., widow. 
Brown J., stage agent. 
Brown J. H., frmr, 320 acres 
Broyls L. H., ' clerk with 
Wall & Co. 

Buchannon J. Y., clerk with 
Hanson Bros. 

Burk G., barber. 

Calhoun J. D. 

Campbell G., carpenter. 
Caraloff A., justice of peace. 
Carroll, W. F., proprietor of 
Princeton Hotel. 
Cartwright John, frmr, 640 a. 
CHASE A, B., (Chase & 
Bodley). 

CHASE & BODLEY, contract- 
ors and builders. 

Clark A. S. C., farmer, 522 a. 
Clark J, M., farmer, 320 a. 
Clark Wm., farmer, 320 a, 
Copland F. M., barkkeeper. 
Cox R. W., farmer, 598 a. 
Crete Michel, farmer, 160 a. 
Culless A., farmer, 160 
acres. 

Culver & Culver, liquors. 
Culver S. (Culver & Culver) 


Culver W. H., (Culver & 
Culver). 

Curry Isaac, farmer, 574 a. 
Daugherty A. farmer, 1 60 a. 
Daugherty P. H., frmr, 80 a. 
Davis B. P., farmer, 160 a. 
Day A., horse trainer. 
Dejaslais Frank, frmr, 240 a. 
Demers J B., farmer, 80 a. 
Dettelbach E., groceries and 
provisions. 

Devensfect H. S., frmr, 120 a 
Devensfect Q. V., frmr, 800 a 
Dickhut A. B., farmer, 316 a. 
Dickson J. E,, tinsmith. 
Drake J., carpenter. 

Dugan J. W., farmer, 320 a. 
Duncan A. E., farmer, 640 a. 
Dunn Nathan, farmer, 158 a 
Durham W. A., frmr, 960 a. 
Eibe James, frmr, 160 acres. 
Eibe P. B., farmer, 160 acres. 
EIBE P. 0., farmer, Williams, 
2^ miles east of Willows. 
Elliott H. B., farmer, 506 a. 
Ewing Rowen R., farmer, 
1 20 acres. 

Eields Edmond, frmr, 338 a. 
Fleming D. P., frmr, 1,000 a. 
Ford E., constable. 

Ereeman & Klemmer, hard- 
ware. 

Galvin Dean, farmer, 160 a. 
Garnett P. R., frmr, 1,600 a. 
Garrison Anderson, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Garvin T. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Gottsch John, frmr, 160 a. 
Gatyer John, frmr, 515 acres 
Gosliner A. (Kahn & Gos- 
liner.) 

Green Richard, frmr, 160 a. 


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Greenwood H. A., farmer, 
1,436 acres. 

Grigsby L., frmr, 303 acres. 
Grover Bros., hardware. 
Guntman G.. book-keeper. 
Gupton Kindred, frmr, 3,009 
acres. 

Gupton & Ray, meat mkt. 
Habret Samuel, frmr, 4F0 a, 
Hagan Patrick, frmr, 480 a. 
Hamilton J. C., frmr, 1,572 a 
Hamlino I. W., clerk. 
Hanson Bros., druggists. 
Harbour B. M., frmr, 320 a, 
Hartsaugh J. B., frmr, 158 a. 
Hank A., liquors. 

Heidsick Fred., frmr, 918 a. 
Henderson P., tinsmith. 
Henning Gus, frmr, 320 a. 
Henrickson Henry, frmr, 80 
acres. 

HICKLIN 0 . T., farmer, 476 
acres. 

Hill Chas., teamster. 

Hill Marx, frmr, 320 acres. 
Hiskline J H., waiter. 

Hite A. G., stage driver. 
Hockheimer M. (Johnson & 
Co ) 

Hoflkihue H., laborer. 
Hoffmann F., farmer. 400 a. 
Holderer John, frmr, 160 a. 
Hood W. M., farmer, 462 a. 
Howard J. F., nightwatch- 
man. 

Hulett Jery, farmer, 160 a. 
Hull Clinton, frmr, 636 a. 
Jarvis L., farmer. 305 acres, 
Jasper C, H., farmer, 480 a, 
Jasper Wm., farmer, 160 a. 
Johnson & Co., genl mdse. 
Johnson J. M. farmer, 80 a. 


Johnson J. O., livery stable. 
Johnson J. O., Jr., clerk. 

Johnson Wm, (Johnson & 
Co,), and postmaster. 

Jones S., farmer, 1,600 acres, 
Jones W. W., carpenter. 

Kahn & Gosliner. varieties. 
Kahn J, (Kahn & Gosliner.) 
Keeran J, F., frmr, 32oacres. 
Kelley C. M,, frmr, 320 acres 
Kelly W, H., livery stable. 
Kennedy B. A., frmr, 288 a. 
Kennedy R. W., frmr, 289 a. 
Kent M., (McClure & Kent.) 
Kesseling Geo. A., frmr, 314 
acres. 

Kiley Thos., frmr, 480 acres. 
Killebrew Thos., frmr, 140 a. 
Killey Ceaser, frmr, 160 a. 
Kimball H. L., liquors. 

Klemmer J. P. (Freeman & 
Klemmer.) 

Lacroix P. B., frmr, 624 a. 
Lagrand Edward, frmr, i6oa 
Laugenour & Brownell, far- 
mers, 640 acres, 

Lee Mrs. C., 73 acres. 

Lefaiver William, frmr, 80 a. 
Lenihen William, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Lohse Chas. G., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Lohse Henry, frmr, 1,280 a. 
Longmier S. C., frmr, 624 a, 
Loveland J,, butcher. 

Lovett F. P., clerk Striplin 
House. 

Lynch Thos., frmr 157 a. 
Marshall W. W., frmr, 2,280 
acres. 

Martin Bros. (A. & Wm.), i 
hotel. 

Martinsen John, frmr, 120 a. ; 


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Mass M., liquors. 

Masters E. E., carpenter. 
Mastien D. H. F., frmr, 320 
acres. 

McBain H. S., frmr, 1^0 a. 
McCaughan John, frmr, 203 
acres. 

McCauley Jas., frmr, 160 a 
McCauley John, frmr, 320 a. 
McClanahan & Nelson, frmr. 
1,287 acres. 

McClelland , physician. 

McClure J., (McClure & 
Kent.) 

McClure & Kent, blacksmiths 
McCoy Frank, frmr, 620 a. 
McGarry J. W., frmr, 502 a. 
McIntosh L. H., frmr, 2,960 
acres. 

McNorton F. liquors. 
McWhorter Rev. M. (Metho 
dist.) 

Merrill C. H., frmr, 57oacres 
Merrill M. A., frmr, 480 a. 
Merrill N. S., frmr, 880 a. 
Miller C. A., book-keeper. 
Miller G., blacksmith. 
Mitchell W. E,, frmr, 1,386 
acres. 

Molk T. C., frmr, 160 acres. 
More G. M., st sprinkler. 
Muller J., blacksmith. 
Murnford Ira E., frmr, 193 a, 
Munnion E., barkeeper, 
Murdock W.C., book-keeper 
with Wall & Co. 

Newell J. T. (W. F. & Co. 
agent.) 

Nordyke M. E., frmr, 320 a. 
Norton E., farmer, 160 acres 
O’Brien J. P , liquors. 
O’Brien P., frmr, 9,240 acres 


Ogle G., laborer. 

Ogle R.. harness maker. 
O’Keefe Daniel, frmr, 316 a. 
Osburn H. C., clerk, 
Ostrieski Loui, genl mdse. 
Parks Rev. H, H. (Baptist.) 
PATRICK A. J., proprietor 
Willows Journal. 

Patton J. A., clerk. 

Patton H. W.,* clerk. 

Pearson E. M., printer. 

Peek S. W., clerk. 

Peterick John, frmr, 160 acres 
Peterson Mrs. P., millinery. 
Peterson Rev, P., clergyman, 
(Methodist.) 

Piper J, F. & Bro., frmr, 320 
acres. 

Ploux Louis, frmr, 640 a. 
Potts G. M., restaurant. 

Pratt G. L., frmr, 1,227 
PRICE’S HOTEL, W. M. 

Price, proprietor. 

Price W. M., hotel, frmr, 1 60 
acres. 

Prior O., bootmaker with 
Bowers. 

Proux Isidore, frmr, 904 a. 
Quint F., frmr, 4,500 a. 
Raidy T., blacksmith. 

Ralls J, M., hardware. 

Raper R.,frmr., 394 a. 
Rathborne E., bricklayer. 
Rawlins Frank, frmr, 160 a. 
Read Eben, frmr, 240 a. 
Read S., frmr, 294 a. 

Reagen Martin R., frmr, 837 
acres. 

Reckers Herman, frmr, .160 
acres. 

Rehse H. & Bro., frmr, 560 
acres. 


J. F Newman, Tinner, Plnmber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


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Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


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G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico 


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I Rice F. M., frmr 160 a. 

|Rier H. M.., frmr, 80 a. 

I Rier J., frmr, 554 a. 

‘Rier J. W.,frmr., 160 a. 
Robinson W. L., clerk. 
Rohrback D. H. frmr, 952 a 
Rose Jose, frmr, 302 a. 

Ruoff C., barkeeper. 

Ruser Fred., fr/nr. 1 60 a. 
SCOTT T. E., barber. 

Seipel P. J., frmr, 357 a. 
Selby G., teamster. 

Shaw Uriah, frmr, 430 acres 
Shellove Daniel, frmr, 678 a. 
Shepherd I. j., carpenter. 
Silva G., teamster. 

Smith J. F., painter. 

Smith John A., frmr, 320 a. 
Sparks Henry, frmr, 437 a. 
Spence W. S., frmr, 320 a, 
Spooner Frank, frmr, 480 a. 
Spring G. S., dentist. 

Stanton H C., frmr, 944 a. 
St. Louis Alex, frmr, 280 a. 
St. Louis A., frmr, 800 acres 
St. Louis Edward, frmr 320 
acres. 

St. Louis Frank, frmr 240 a 
Stone C., farmer, 769 acres. 
Stone F. W., jeweller. 

Stone George H., frmr, 347 
acres. 

Story J. H., frmr, 480 a. 
Stout G. W., carpenter. 
STRIPLIN HOUSE, W. E. 
Striplin, proprietor. 


STRIPLIN W. E., hotel. 

Stubblefield A. T.. frmr, 320 
acres. 

Sturtivant Mrs. J. L,, milli- 
nery. 

Thompson J. R., frmr, 80 a. 

Todd L, frmr, 160 a. 

Todhunter L. C., frmr, 640 a 

Toornay J. B., harness mkr. 

Towle J. M., frmr, 544 a. 

Troxel J. R. & Bro.. farmer, 
2,080 acres. 

Troxel J. R. (Johnson & Co.) 

Tyler E. M., steam thresher. 

Van De Bogart Henry, frmr, 
160 acres. 

Vansyckle H., frmr, 700 a. 

Vickery G. F., clerk. 

Vien Stanislaus, frmr, 620 a. 

Wall J. S. & Co., general 
merchandise. 

Walter John, farmer, 160 a. 

Wickrowe F., barkeeper. 

Williams F., waiter. 

Williams J. W., livery stable. 

Williams Stage Line, J. O. 
Johnson, proprietor. 

WILLOWS JOURNAL, Patrick 
A. J., editor and proprietor. 

Wilsey J. hostler. 

Wittorf H. D., frmr, 358 a. 

Woodfill J. C., farmer, 160 a. 

ZUMWALT D., farmer, 720 
acres ranch, 160 town lots. 

Zumwalt J. E., harness. 


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General Merchandise, Grain Sachs, Etc., 

WHICH ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. 

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Light Draft, all Iron, complete for three or four horses. 
FARMERS EXAMINE THIS PLOW. 

RICE STRAW BURNER ENGINES. 

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and 22 miles of Jjower Lake. Stages leave Colusa and 
Williams every day for the Springs. 

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Disease, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Liver Complaint, Paralys is, Dyspepsia, Mer- 
cury in the system. Kidney Complaints, etc. ThCi. temperature of the 
water is 145 degrees. We have five difierent kinds o water; one Spring 
is sulphur and iron (cold), also cold soft water. The Wilbur Hot Springs 
are 950 feet above tide water. These waters have been analyzed and 
found to contain Sulphuret of Potash, Soda, Iron, Alumnia, Free Sulphur, 
Muriate of Potash, Sulphuric Acid and Hydriodic Acid. Board reason- 
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BUTTE COUNTY. 


Organized in 1850. Bounded on the northwest hy Tehama, north- 
east by Plumas, southeast by Yuba, south by Sutter and west by Colusa. 
Area, 1,458 square miles. County seat, Oroville. The county has mount- 
ain and valley land in about equal proportion. Mining and agriculture 
constitute its resources. The soil of the valley is very fertile and produc- 
tive, small grains and fruits being generally cultivated. Butte was one of 
the earliest mining counties, but the placer mines of the first have given 
place to the hydraulic pipe of late years, many very large and profitable 
claims now being operated hy capitalists. The principal streams are 
Feather river and its branches in the eastern part, the Bio Seco, Butte, 
Little Butte, Chico and Rock Creek fiowing into the Sacramento river, 
which borders the county on the west. The Northern California Railroad 
on the east side of Feather river connects Oroville with Marysville, and 
the California and Oregon Railroad on the west side connects Chico and 
Marysville. Officers are : District Judge, P. 0. Hundley ; Sheriff, F. A. 
Sprague; Clerk, James Green; Recorder, G. Osgood; District Attorney, 
L. D. Freer; Treasurer, S. J. Davis; Assessor, Samuel McClellan; Sur- 
veyor, James McGann ; Superintendent Schools, Jesse Wood; Coroner 
and Public Administrator, W. A. Washburn. 


Bangor. 

P. O. Fourteen miles southeast of 
Oroville, and has tri-weekly mail 
communication with Marysville by a 
regular stage line. It is dependent 
on mining interests but has a num- 
ber of small farmers and orchardists 
in the vicinity. 

Aldersley John, stockraiser, 
1 6o acres. 

. ALLEN J. E., genl mdse and 
postmaster. 


Andrews A., blacksmith. 
Antonio Enos & Co., frmr, 
167 acres. 

Baily F. A., farmer, 80 acres. 
Bills Bros., sheep raisers, 32D 
acres. 

Blakesley A. H., farmer, 80 a 
Brundage W. ]., farmer, 160 
acres. 

Clark L. C., farmer, 120 a. 
Day Eliza, stock raiser, 1 60 a 
Eiserman S. ]., schl tchr 


1 F. Newman, Tinner. Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET Sc LOY Sell Window Glass. Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal^ 


Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work, 


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G W. GRAVES, Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


i6o BAN BUTTE COUNTY. BID 

Forbes J. D., stock raiser,. i6o 
acres. 

Hart Thos., farmer, i6o a 

Harwood Thomas, frmr, 960 
acres. 

Hobbs Reuben, frmr, 160 a. 

Houser Geo., gardener, 20 a 

Jones J. J,, orchardist, fo a. 

King & Federolf, frmr, 4?o 
acres. 

King Henry, farmer. 

Manson J. S , millwright, 40 
acres. 

Miles Henry, farmer, 160 a. 

MILLIGAN J. S., miner, 160 
acres. 

Moore Fred, frmr, 160 acres. 

Moore W, L., farmer, 320 a. 

Myers T. B., frmr, 160 acres 

Osgood Gardner, frmr, 160 a 

Payne J. E., hotel. 

Potter J. C., farmer, 160 a. 

RICKMAN & CO., proprs 
South Honcut Mining Co. 

Rowe Nathan E., teamster, 
30 acres. 

Savage Modest, sheep ranch, 
500 acres. 

Smullen S. M., schl tchr. 

Sowell Shedrick,fruit grower, 
1 60 acres. 

Thomas John, farmer, 80 a. 

Towsend E. M., frmr, 160 a. 

Vaughn Erank, teamster, 80 a 

Watson J. A., frmr & stock 
raiser, 160 acres. 

Watson Mrs. Margaret, 160 
acres. 

Welt George, frmr, 80 acres. 

Wilson J. M., farmer, 220 a. 

WisnerT., farmer, 160 acres. 

Wyman H. L., frmr, 150 a. 

Wyman Wm.. farmer, 200 a. 

Bidwell’s Bar. 

P. 0 . Located on the middle fork 
of Feather river nine miles north- 
east of Oroville, and is one of the 
oldest mining camps in the State. 
There is a bearing orange tree in 
this place of which the seed was 
planted in 1853. It is on the stage 
line from Oroville to Quincy and was 
formerly the county seat. 

Brooks G. W., frmr, i6o a. 
Gray J. C., frmr, 320 a. 
Halstead Mrs. E. A., school 
teacher. 

Hood J. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Hortan W. S., frmr, 40 a. 
Ragan G. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Zink Phillip. 

Biggs. 

P. 0. On the California and Oregon 
Railroad, twelve miles southeast of 
Oroville and twenty-one miles north- 
west of Marysville, Population, 650. 
It is surrounded by a fine farming 
region on which it is dependent. 
The name was derived from Major 
Biggs, one of the early settlers, and 
it is one of the most prosperous 
towns in the county. 

ALBERS PAUL, farmer. 

Allen C. C., engineer & land 
owner, i6o acres. 

Baker A. K., frmr, i6o a. 
Baker Frank, hostler. 

Bales C. J., frmr, 480 a. 
Barras Antone, frmr, 160 a. 
Baswell L. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Beale John, orchardist. 80 a. 
Bell John, farmer. 

Bellows Richard, tinsmith. 


IMUssilll. J. Fatnam, XKIillinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. ^ Marysville. 



HIBBARD & SOMIYIER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


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Biggs M., frmr, 870 a. 
Birchfield F., carpenter. 
Bishop W. S. (Hughes & 
Bishop), carpenters and 
builders. 

Bissett Mrs. E., 80 a. 

Black Alexander, laborer. 
Blackford S. S., carpenter. 
Blake Wm. H., butcher. 

Bolt W , bootmaker. 

Booth E. L., farmer, 
Boulware C. M., frmr, 343 a. 
Boulware Marian, frmr, 340 
acres. 

Boulware Philip, capitalist. 
Boulware Thomas, farmer, 
1,120 acres. 

Boulware W. T., frmr, 1,099 
acres. 

Boyles Aaron, farmer, r 60 a. 
Boyles D., frmr, 713 acres. 
Boynon James, frmr, 140 a. 
Bradford J. O., frmr, 1,120 a. 
Brightman E, K., farmer. 
Britin A. E., furniture and 
bedding. 

Broadwater C. T., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Brown A. S., farmer, 240 a. 
Brown J. F., farmer. 

Bryant Robert, carpenter. 
Buffington J. R., capitalist. 
Bunnell Virgil, carpenter. 
Burchfield F., farmer, 320 a. 
Burneir James, waiter. 

Bussey B., physician, 

Butler C. F. (Butler & 
Webb.) 

Butler D. L., clerk. 

Butler Frederick, barkeeper. 
BUTLER & WEBB, proprs 
Eagle Stables. 


COUNTY. BIG .61 ! 

BUTTE COUNTY REGISTER, 
Wm. Sharkey propr, ist 
bet A. and B. 

Card Walter, hostler. 
Carrington Henry, engineer. 
Carstensen Louis, clerk. 

Case M. B., frmr, 160 acres. 
Cavanaugh J. C., hay press 
Cavanaugh Lafayette, hay | 
press. j 

Cecil D. L., agt W. F. & Co., i 
W. U. Tel Co. and C. P.| 
R. R. I 

Chester Chas., farmer, 160 a 
Clark C. A., frmr, 180 a. 
Clements John, carpenter. 
Cochran James, frmr, 160 a. 
Cochran John H., frmr, 360 a 
Code Patrick, farmer. 

Cofoed Chas., carpenter. 
Cohn H. & Bro., genl mdse 
and lumber, 400 a. 

Conley Thos., horseshoer. 
COOK & BUNNELL, carpen- 
ters and joiners. 

Cook Lewis L. (Cook & 
Bunnell) 

Cramer M. W., butcher. 
Cushing J. C., watchmaker 
and jeweler. 

Davis Solomon, barkeeper. 
Dawson Mrs. S. A., 247 a. 
Day Q. A., sheep shearer. 
Denn T. W., carpenter. 

Dick A , frmr, 240 a. 
Dickerson Gilmore, bar kpr. 
Ditzler M., capitalist. 

Dodson Edward, laborer. 
Dodson John W., laborer. 
Doom A. G., clergyman. 
Downing L. P., school tchr. 
Downing Wm., farmer. 


J. N. nioad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


XJALLET & LOY Sell £'cwingr Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Go to TICKMER, RURNHAM & Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Waggons and Farming* Implements, Chico. 


G. W. graves, iVledical Wines and Liquors, 


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DOTY L. W., stoves and tin- 
ware; agt Althonse wind- 
mills; tanks furnished on 
short notice. 

Downing R. L. (La Point & 
Downing, ) 

Dunn Wm., frmr, 160 a. 

Eaton Miss Rouse, waitress. 

Egleston Harrison, carpenter 

Egleston Lafette, carpenter. 

Eichen J. C., frmr, 160 a. 

Eichen Sam, frmr, 160 a. 

Eairburn Wm., frmr, 20 a. 

P^lanagan Thos., frmr, 80 a. 

Fleming W. J. W., clerk. 

Flint & Guernsey^ groceries. 

Flint J. C. (Flint & Guern- 
sey.) 

Foster M. N., liquors. 

Fraricks Theodore, varieties 
and tobacco. 

Fraw A , frmr, 1 6o a. 

GALE E. H., propr Gale’s 
feed, livery and sale stable 

Gilley Burnitt, carpenter. 

Gort David, blacksmith. 

Glunc Frederick (Glunc & 
Harry. ) 

Glunc & Harry, liquors. 

GREIN PHILLIP, proprietor 
Planters Hotel. 

Guernsey Wm. L. (Flint & 
Guernsey.) 

Harrison W. M. & Bro., 
farmers, 605 acres. 

Harris J. (M. D.), physician. 

Harris L. A., laborer. 

Harrold C. P., barkeeper. 

Harry John (Glunc & Harry.) 

Hawkings O. C., physician. 

Hawkins Mrs., schl tchr. 

Ha.zelbust Henry, farmer. 


I Heath John, farmer, 480 a. 

j Hecox W. R,, farmer, 160 a. 

Henrison J. S., farmer, 160 a 

Henry W. .S., liquors. 

Herbert G. W. (Herbert & 
Randall.) 

Herbert J. M., farmer, 445 a 

Herbert & Randall, genl 
mdse. 

Hess John, blacksmith. 

Hicks J. L., carpenter. 

Hobson Jesse, frmr, 280 a. 

Howard Chas.. farmer, 160 a 

Howard T. C. farmer, 320 a 

Howland L. L., farmer, 80 a. 

HUGHES & BISHOP, archi 
tects, carpenters & builders. 

Hughes E. P. (Hughes & 
Bishop.) 

Humble Wm., laborer. 

Hurlburt Deias, frmr, 560 a. 

Inslowjeff, laborer. 

Irwin W m., farmer. 

Isbell George, grain thresh- 
ing. 

Israel Archibald, (Israel & 
W adsworth. ) 

ISRAEL & WADSWORTH, 

Butte County Saloon. 

Jaggard & Gilkyson, frmrs, 
1,380 acres. 

Johnson Cornelius, frmr, 400 
acres. 

JOHxXSON HENRY, prop’r Star 
Restaurant. 

Johnson Rev. J. M., clergy- 
man, (Baptist.) 

Johnson John, frmr, 480 a. 

Jones J. R., expressman. 

Jones Mary, laundress. 

JONES 0 . E., Mint Saloon. 

Jones Pleasant, frmr, 150 a. 


Colusa Stag-e Co., rxeneral Office, Colusa, E. A Harring^toU), Gaueral Supt 


HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 

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Jones Steven, farmer, 31 1 a. 
Joseph Louis, clerk. 

Judd James, farmer. 

I Keagle C. H., hostler. 

I Kellogg Miss L.. restaurant. 

! Kelly Samuel, farmer, 160 a. 

I KEMPER F. C., harness and 
saddlery. 

Kemp Henry, photographer. 
Kemp John H. (Manning & 
Kemp.) 

Keppel & Cockeril, frmr, 671 
acres. 

Keppel Garrett, frmr, 3,890 
acres. 

King M. J., farmer, 160 a. 
King W. J., farmer, 400 a. 
Klock E. F., liquors. 

Lagara King, waiter. 

Lantz John, frmr .160 acres. 
LA POINT & DOWNING, to- 
bacco, cigars, fruits, candy 
andgents’ famishing goods 
i La Point M., clerk. 

La Point N. B. 

Lassell H. L., farmer, 318 a. 
La Shells A, G., blacksmith, 

, Le Galleejohn, hay press. 
Lewis John I., frmr, 1,366 a. 
Little D. W., farmer, 160 a, 
Littleton Bud, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Little W. S., farmer, 80 acres 
Looney & Baynon, farmer, 
640 acres. 

Loose Edward, liquors. 
Mackie John T., farmer, 80 a 
MANCHESTER M. R., dentist 
and justice of peace. 

Mann Moses (Shea & Mann) 
blacksmiths. 

Manning & Kemp, bakery 
and restaurant. 


Manning T. T. (Manning & 
Kemp.) 
taurant. 

Marshall Andrew, black- 
smith. 

Marshall S., blacksmith. 
Marston M. M., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Martin A. B., farmer, 480 a. 
Matlock John, farmer, 160 a. 
McCarger Jas., farmer, 321 a 
McCormack R. A., frmr, 320 
acres. 

McLaughlin Rose, farmer, 

1 .000 acres. 

McNaul & Co., liquors. 
McQuien J. F., farmer, 80 a. 
McRose Laughlin, farmer, 
1,157 acres. 

Melton L. M. C,, frmr, 400 a 
Michael E. C., carpenter. 
Miller E. G., farmer, 400 a. 
Minderman John, frmr, 434 
acres. 

Moore R. A., farmer, 910 a. 
Moran W. H., farmer, 240 a 
Morrison E. L., barkeeper. 
Morse B. F., printer. 

Morton Saul, frmr, 1 60 a 
Munn Alfred, farmer, 2 70 a. 
Munn J. N., farmer, 160 a. 
Musholt Barney,sheep raiser, 

3.000 acres, 

Myers J. W. (Myers & 
Webb.) 

Myers & Webb, carpenters 
& builders. 

Neel H. H., clerk. 

Olliver Boyd, carpenter. 
Parker M. W., barkeeper. 
PARKERS. W., prop’r Pal- 
ace saloon. 


J*F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


H^LLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVBS, Drug's and Chemicals, Chiee. 


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Parks Rev. J. M., clergyman, 
(Methodist.) 

Parks & Shaeher, frmrs and 
sheep raisers, 4,680 a. 
Peachey Mrs. L. S., dress- 
maker. 

Pearson T. C., frmr, 320 a. 
Peterson J. D., laborer. 

Pitte A. M., frmr, 1,660 a. 
PLAM'ERS’ HOTEL, Philip 
Grein, proprietor. 

Posey Lewis, farmer. 

Quimby C. S., meat market. 
Rabe Chas., frmr, 230 a. 
Randall M. A. (Herbert & 
Randall.) 

Randall Mrs. R. W., 158 a. 
Raymey Ella, cook. 

Reed C. N., printer. 

Reese J. D. barber. 

Reese S. D., barber. 

Retson Charles, frmr, 398 a. 
Richardson Mrs. A., widow. 
Riddle W. S., frmr, 560 a. 
Riggs J. S., music teacher. 
Robinson J. N., frmr, 200 a. 
Rodgers Bros., frmrs, 956 a. 
Rose L., frmr, 1,160 a. 
ROSENBERG M., genl mdse. 
Rounds James, farmer. 
Rulledge J. H., frmr, 320 a. 
SADOWSKI C. F., stoves and 
tinware. 

Salsbury , farmer. 

Saunders G. S., farmer, 8o a 
SAYLES W. G., groceries, to- 
kacco and fancy goods. 
Sayles Mrs. W. G., dress- 
maker. 

Scott & Martin, frmrs, 400 
acres. 

Scott N. B., farmer, 160 a. 

8CHLESTNGETI L. G., propr 
Biggs’ drug store. 

Schu John A., bootmaker. 
Setzer J. H., farmer. 

Shafer Fred., farmer. 
8 HA 11 KEY WM., propr and 
editor Butte Co. Register. 
Shattuck S. E. Mrs., widow. 
Shea John (Shea& Mann), 
blacksmiths. 

SHEA k MANN, horseshoers 
and genl blacksmiths. 
Shirtletf J., spiritualist. 

Sligar Mrs. Thomas, widow. 
Sligar T. J., farmer, 255 a. 
Smith E. D., farmer, 316 a. 
SMITH G. K., genl mdse and 
grain, postmaster. 

Smith Isaac, capitalist. 

Smith Jas ‘L., farmer, 320 a. 
Smith J. B., farmer. 

Sparks Joseph, laborer. 
Spence C. C., book-keeper. 
Stanley John, blacksmith. 
Stanton F, G., farmer, 320 
acres. 

Stockwell & Carstensen, 
painters and paper hangers 
Stockwell J. H. (Stockwell 
& Carstensen.) 

Stone C. H., farmer, 400 a. 
Stone E. D., genl mdse. 
Stone W. W., salesman. 
Streeter D., frmr, 776 a. 
Streeter Wm., farmer. 
Sumpter P., frmr, 160 a. 
Swerting Joseph, farmer. 

Teel C. A., clerk. 

Thomas T. E., horseshoer. 
Thornton Oscar P., wagon 
maker. 

Tiel Wm. H., frmr, 160 a. 


E. A. Harring^ton, Faints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


Hibbard ASOi^RIER Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


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TITUS SAMUEL, hardware, 
agricultural implements, 
paints and oils. 

Truxell J. D., frmr, 160 a. 

VINAL K., prop’r C street 
bakery. 

Wadsworth John R. (Israel 
& Wadsworth.) 

Waldren George, laborer. 

WaldrenM., grain dealer. 

Waldren T.J., deputy sheriti 

Walker Bros., brickmakers. 

Walker W. A. (Walker 
Bros.) 

Walkup Joseph, painter and 
paper-hanger. 

Watson Miss Maggie, school 
teacher. 

Webb William (Myers & 
Webb.) 

Weigt S. A., liquors. 

West A. C., dentist and 
school teacher. 

Weekman Geo., frmr, 320 a. 


Wilbur H. C., frmr, 240 a. 
Wincke Henry, blacksmith. 
Wiseman G. W., well borer. 
Woodward Joseph B., hay 
press. 

Woodruh A. M. frmr, 221* a 
Wood W. T., frmr, 160 a. 
Yerres Frank, laundry. 


Manufacturer and Repairer of 

Agricultural Implements 


GENERAL BLACKSMITHING 

— AND — 

HZorsesliceiiag-, 

BICeS. CAL. 


F. C. KEMPER, 

DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Harness, Saddle'i, Bridles, &c. 


BIGGS, CAL. 


SAMUEL. TITUS, 


DEALER IjY- 


Agricultural Implements ! 

ilron, Steel, Eipes, Tlresliers, Healers, Reapers, 

MOWERS, RAKES, FAN MILLS, 

I And Everything usually kept in a 

First-Class Agricultural Store! 

PAINTS, OILS, VABNISM, Etc. 

BIGOS, BUTTE COUNTY, CaL. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway^ Chico. 


HALLET & LOY. Undertakers and Practical Emhalmcrs, Keep the Finest Stock in Northern Cal. Chico, (Cal.) 


TICKNER . BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico 

i66 BIG BUTTE COUNTY. BIG 

~ PUNTinS’ HOTEL, 

The undersigned would inform the traveling public that the PLANTERS’ 
HOTEL is prepared to give good accommodations to all who may 
favor it with their patronage. 

The Table will be Supplied with the Best that the Market Affords ! 


THE BAR is constantly stocked with the Choicest Quality of WINES, LIQUORS and 
CIGARS. By attention to business I shall endeavor to merit a share 
of patronage. PHIL. GREIN, Proprietor. 



H. JOHNSON, Proprietor. 

AU. :E3Covi.x*s- 

$/4 Per Week.. Bffeals, 5-0 -Cents. 


FIRST-Cl.ASS IN EVERY RESPECT. 

BIO-O-S, 

M, B. MANCHESTER, 

OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL 



Justice of the Peace for Hajuilton Toivnship. 

Acknowledgments Taken, Conveyancy Hone, Collections Made. 

DEALER in BLANKS & STATIONERY 

Biggs, Butte County, Cal. 



N. E. CORNER SECOND AND C STS., BIGGS, CAL. 

C- IF. Sa-d-O-wsDs:!, Z^roprietox 

MANUFACTURER OF 


TIN, COPPBR & SPIBBT IHOH WARB. 

IRON TANKS Made to Order at the Lowest Cash Price. 

Repairing Neatly and Promptly Hone. All Work warranted as to quality, 
and executed at Sacramento Prices GIV’E ME A CALL. 


Colusa Staire Co., General Ofdce, Colnsa, E. A. Harringrton, General Snpt, 




Hlld!iBARD & SOlMtSyiEiR, Chico, Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


CAN BUITE COUNTY. CHE 167 


Cana. 

P. O. A station on the California 
and Oregon Railroad, thirty-six miles 
northwest of Oroville. 


Brayles Wash, farmer, 748 a 
Montgomery J. W. B., frmr, 
.316 acres. 

Rowles David, frmr, 1,240 a 
Rouls John, frmr, 556 acres. 
Smith Cora, schl tchr. 
Wilson C. L,, frmr, 4,500 a. 
Thompson John, frmr, 275 a. 
Thompson Mary, 40 acres. 
Turner W. H., frmr, 459 a. 


Central House. 

P. 0. Twelve miles south of Oro- 
ville, the centre of trade for an agri- 
cultural community. 

Babcock M. A., frmr, 147 a. 
Danville Samuel, frmr, 1.243 
acres. 

Flower W. P., frmr, 360 a 
PTeshole John, farmer, 160 a. 
BViseblen D. N,, frmr, 1,520 
acres. 

Grease Harmon, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Hall C. H., farmer, 240 acres 
Harrigel John, farmer, 287 a 
Hefner Philip, frmr and stock 
raiser, 640 acres. 

Hutchins J. S. & T. B., frmrs, 
5 70 acres. 

Lynch Mathew, frmr, 400 a. 
Mattoone Elihu, frmr, 488 a. 
McKinney G. R., frmr, 225 
acres. 

Nesbit & Co., miners 
Nesbit John, farmer, 40 acres 
Pollock John, farmer, 485 a. 


Robinson Jas., farmer, 491 a 

Savage Ambrose, frmr, 160 
acres. * 

Towle C. H., farmer, 360 a. 

Van Dorn Virgil, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Westwood David, frmr, 220 
acres. 

Woezynski Joseph, frmr, 80 
acres. 


Cherokee. 

P. O. Twelve miles north of Oro- 
ville, with which it is connected by 
a stage line daily. It is located on a 
high plateau, one thousand feet above 
the Sacramento Valley, and has the 
most extensive hydraulic mines in the 
world, the Spring Valley Mining 
Company being the principal one now 
in operation. 

Abbey Col., Sup’t Spring 
Valley Mining Co. 
Campbell John, frmr, 80 a. 
Daniels David R., frmr, 70 a 
Derrick R. F., frmr, 20 a. 
Frovenfelder Mrs. H., frmr, 
100 acres. 

Gerber John, miner. 

Hiett Charles, teamster. 
James William, frmr, 679 a. 
Jones Thomas R., frmr, 16© 
acres. 

Jones William, teamster and 
farmer, 660 acres. 

Lynch C., frmr, 200 a. 

Lynch James, frmr, 490 a. 
Morgan David, frmr, 80 a. 
Morgan Jenkin, frmr, 160 a. 
Norman L. F., school teacher 
Ohaver N., frmr, 160 a. 
Oliver P. Y,, frmr, no a. 


J. F Newman, Tinner, Plnmber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third. Chico. 


HALLET &. LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames andiWindowr Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlumery, Chico 


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! 

Patterson Smiley, frmr, 2cO 
acres. 

Shissman John, frmr, 40 a. 
Tyre David, frmr, 80 a. 
Waldyer Chas., Superintend- 
ent Cherokee Blue Gravel 
Mining Co. 

Welch John, miner. 

White H. C.. frmr, 120 a. 

Chico. 

P. 0. The largest and most flour- 
ishing town in Butte County, located 
on the California and Oregon Pail- 
road^ 95 miles from Sacramento, and 
surrounded by the most fertile and 
productive agricultural land in the 
State. It was settled by the pioneer, 
General John Bidwell, whose fine 
mansion and farm is at the northern 
point of the town, being separated 
from it by Chico Creek. The growth 
of the place has been rapid and the 
population at present is nearly 5,000. 
Five churches, one academy, two pri- 
vate schools, and a public school house 
costing $25,000, are evidences of the 
enterprise and culture of its citizens. 
Her lumbering trade is a prominent 
feature of its business; a flume 35 
miles in length, from the sawmills in 
the mountains on the west, dumps 
50,000 feet of lumber every day to 
the extensive sash and door factory 
now operated in the suburbs. The 
mails and express leave this point 
for Plumas and Lassen Counties. 
Two newspapers, the Chico Enter- 
prise and Butte Record, are published 
weekly. 

Abraham G., tailoi. 
Ackerman Fred., butcher and 
landowner, 56a. 

Aderton Mrs. N. M., dress- 
maker. 

Aiken John, farmer. 

Ainsworth A. A., upholsterer 

Albee J., teamster. i 

Alexander W. D, dairy man, 

Allen Albert (Al’en & Hen- 
derson.) 

Allen A. R. (Allen & 
O’ Hair.) 

Allen Benj., lumber. 

Allen & Henderson, black- 
smiths. 

Allen John, .blacksmith. 

Allen & O’ Hair, Junction 
Hotel. 

Allen R. H., clerk res 4th 
and Sycamore. 

Allen V. B., freight clerk, C. 

P. R. R. 

Allinger Mrs., milliner and 
dressmaker, Broadway bet 
3d and 4th. 

Anderson Albert, farmer. 

ANDERSON JAMES W., farm 
hand, 3-I miles north Chico 

Anderson John B., farmer, 3^ 
miles north Chico. 

Anderson Robert A., frmr, 
598 acres. 

Anderson W. C., farmer, 80 
acres. 

Arents H., clerk, Chico Hotel 

Armstrong J. J., agt sewing 
machines. 

ATLANTIC SALOON, Wolter 
& Schetzel, prop’rs, Broad- 
way, bet I St and 2d. 

Baird Mrs. A., boarding- 
house. 

BAKER B. B., boot and shoe 
manufacturer & dealer, 
Main, bet 2d and 3d. 

Baker Chas., clerk. Delta 
Hotel. 


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Ddiss ra. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


CHI BUT I E COUNTY. CHI 169 


Baker Miss E., milliner, with 
Mrs. J. G. Bennet. 

Baker Joseph, waiter. 

Baker J. T., tinner with C. 
L. Stilson & Co. 

Baker Miss Lillie, dressinkr 
with Mrs. P. A. Callihan. 

BALL CHARLES, watches & 
jewelry. Main near First, 
res 2d and Chestnut. 

BANK OF BUTTE COUNTY, 
Harmen Bay, President ; 
Chas. Faulkner, Cashier ; 
Broadway and Second. 

BANK OF CHICO, A H.Crew, 
Cashier; southwest corner 
Broadway and Second. 

Barham J. L., porter with G. 
W. Dorn & Co. 

Barham John, teamster. 

Barham Mark, teamster with 
Rinehart & Cook. 

Bariman S., merchant,'res 3d, 
bet Orient and Flume. 

Barnard T. H., farmer. 

Barnes D. L. (Barnes & 
Williamson), res 8th & 
Orient. 

Barnes Mrs. D. L., seam- 
stress with Miss Gilley. 

Barnes Mrs. H. W., frmr, 160 
acres, 5 m north Chico. 

Barnes G. W., carpenter with 
Rinehart & Cook. 

Barnes M., frmr, 60 acres, 3^ 
miles from Chico. 

Barnes M. N., sheep range. 
160 acres, 7 m NE Chico. 

Barnes Wm., clerk. 

Barnes & Williamson, paint- 
ers. 

Barr Chas., liquors. 


Barth E. F., butcher Union 
Market. 

Barton F. A., book kpr with 
C. L. Stilson & Co. 

Batchelder H. T., school 
teacher and land owner, 
320 acres. 

Batchelor Geo., frmr, res 8th 
and Orient. 

Bates Geo., blacksmith. 

BAY HARMEN, Prest. Bank 
of Butte Co., frmr, 520 
acres, 2^ miles north of 
Chico, res Oakland. 

Beaur Frank, hostler. 

Bean Jack (Daniels & Bean) 
Union Hotel. 

Bebee R. M., tinner with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 

Beckham Henry (Longfellow 
& Beckham.) 

Beesley C. A., clerk with 
Tickner, Burnham & Co. 

Behme Jules H., clerk with 
Tickner, Burnham & Co. 

BEHRENDT VV. & CO., proprs 
New York Bazaar, Main. 

Bell H. T., farmer, 320 a. 

Benedict H. G., clerk with A. 
Bullard & Co. 

Bennett I. R., frmr, 346 a, 
5 miles north Chico. 

BENNETT MRS. J. G., milli- 
nery, Broadway near 2d. 

Bernard D. D., book-keeper 
with A. B. Thomas & Co. 

Bernard O. W., carpenter, 
res Flume and 7th. 

Berry Miss Marie, milliner 
with Mrs. J. G. Bennett. 

Best O. W., carpenter, res 
9th and Chestnut. 


J.N.MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


The Furniture House o! Butte County, HALLET & LOV, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



TICENER, BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything Cheap 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 

__4s_ 


Bidwell A. B., Supt Rancho 
Chico. 

Bidwell Daniel, frmr, 700 a. 

BIDWELL JOHN, Rancho 
Chico and Chico Flouring 
Mills, grain, fruits, etc., 
20,179 a, res Broadway & 
ist 

Bishop N. D., blacksmith. 

Bisant O, M., laborer, 7th 
and Wall. 

Bishop Mrs. N. D., seam- 
stress with Miss Gilley. 

Blackwell F. J., clerk with C. 
L. Stilson & Co. 

Bliven B. B., frmr, bds Chico 
Hotel. 

Blood A. F., soda water and 
ice, Broadway and 7th. 

Blouin Damise, hackdriver. 

Bobst C. E., clerk with Tick- 
ner, Burnham & Co. 

Boertschy Chas., barber with 
C. Ziehn. 

Boland Frederick,painter, res 
Second. 

Boucher T. E., farmer, 1 54 a 

Boulware W., printer. En- 
terprise Office. 

BOURNE GEO. J., justice of 
peace, notary public and 
ins. agent, 2d, res cor 5th 
and Sycamore. 

Bowland Fred., painter, 
Broadway and 2d. 

Bowles H. S., painter, Sher- 
wood & Turner. 

Bowman Chris, frmr, 232 a. 

Boyd Mary, chambermaid. 
Delta Hotel, 8th & Orient 

Boyer Wash, driver Green- 
ville stage.. 


Bradley John, engineer with 
Parsons & Co. 

Bradley John, harness maker! 
with L. A. Reister. j 

Bradley J. P., carrier Butte 
Record, res Broadway bet 
6th and 7th 

Bradley W. I., carrier Butte 
Record. | 

Bradley W. L., carpenter, 
7th and Broadway. 

BRESLAUER HERMANN, 
clothing, furnishing goods, 
boots and shoes, Main. | 

BRESLAUER ISIDOR, cloth j 
ing. Main. 

Breslauer M., clothing and 
dry goods. Main. 

Breslauer Marcus, (M. Good- 
day & Co.), Main. 

Brindley Edward, plasterer, 
bds Chico Hotel. 

Brisco^ H. P., money loaner, 
bds Chico Hotel. 

Broadwater C. T., carpenter, 
res 3d and Wall. 

Broadwater Guy L., bdng & 
lodging, 3d and Wall. 

Brock A., barber with P. 
Jackson, Main. 

Brown C. M.. harness maker 
with Thomas Walsh. 

Brown J. C., harness maker. 

Brown Dan’l, stock driver. 

Brown Mrs. L. A., dressmkr, 
Main, bet 5th and 6th. 

Brown Z. B., teamster. 

Broyles A. C., clerk with G. 
W. Dorn & Co. 

Bruce A. J., clerk. 

Bruce John, frmr, 226 a. 

Bruce M., frmr, 32 a. 


Colusa Stage Co.. IGeneral Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 


HIBBARD &. SOMiYIBR Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


LHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Brunner A. A., groceries, 
5th and Joy, res 7th & Joy 

Bryden S. T. teamster, res 
8th and F'iume. 

BULLARD A. (Dresbach & 
Co.), grain merchants, 
res Broadway bet ist and 
Second. 

Bunsilmier Mrs. Mary, 360 a 

Burke Miss Carrie, chamber- 
maid, Central Hotel. 

Burke Edward, horse trainer 
with S. L. Daniels. 

Burke Frank, horseshoer 
with Fargo & Frost, res 
4th. 

BURK ISAAC, wine rooms, 2d 

Burket L. H , carpenter. 

Burkett John, policeman, 
Town Hall, res 4th bet 
Wall and Main. 

Burnham Z. W (Tickner, 
Burnham & Co.), Main 
and 3d, 

Burrill W. D., carpenter, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Burrows M. E., engineer. 

Burt W., cook. 

Buss C. A., clerk with M. L. 
Olmsted. 

Buss S. C., clerk with M. L. 
Olmsted. 

Butte Hotel, Satterlee & 
Humble, proprs. Main 
and 9th. 

Butte Mills (flour) Clark & 
Shand, proprs, 5 miles on 
Butte Creek. 

Cable Andrew, farmer, 80 a. 

Cadwell F. H. (C. V. Ho- 
bart & Co.), res Main bet 
6th and 7th. 


Cain Jas., bootmaker. Main. 

Callihan Mrs. P. A., dress- 
maker and milliner. Main 
bet 2d and 3d. 

Campbell A. R., carpenter. 

Campe H., watchman. 

Camper H. W., wagon mkr. 
Main and 8th, res Chestnut 
and 5th. 

Camper W. H., asst, book- 
kpr Ticknei, Burnham & 
Co. 

Cable Mrs. Annie, nurse, 
res 7th bet Salem and Syca- 
more. 

Candy Miss Helen, music 
tchr, Chico Academy. 

Carey Sami A., barkeeper, 
bds Chico Hotel 

Carlile J. C., clerk with G 
W. Dorn & Co. 

Carlton C. C., stock raiser, 
I St and Salem. 

Carmack H., frmr, 400 acres. 

Carmichael David, gardener 
Rancho Chico. 

Carpenter Alex., carpenter. 

Carpenter Chas., porter with 
C. L. Stilson & Co. 

Carpenter Clarence, clerk, 
Chico Hotel. 

Carroll James, butcher with 
Kempf, Chamberlin & Co. 

Carroll Wm., res Salem & 3d 

Carter Jonas, civil engineer, 
res 9th and Orient. 

Carter Robert, salesman with 
Rinehart & Cook. 

Cary Frank, hotel Humboldt 
road. 

Cate Fred., ship joiner with 
Chas. Getters. 


J*F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Chico Flow Works Make and Repair Farming* lm'<'lement8. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlumery, Chico 


172 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Cathcart W. E., carpenter. 

Cecil J. P. & Bro., frmrs, 320 
acres. 

Cecil S. J , frmr, 1 60 a. 

CHALMERS W., Editor Chico 
Enterprise. 

Chamberlain E., waiter Cen- 
tral Hotel 

Chamberlain J. W., turner 
with Rinehart & Cook. 

Chamberlin R. A. (Kempf, 
Chamberlin & Co.) 

Chambers Wm., drayman, 
res 8th and Pine. 

Chandler P. M., mill wright 

Chaney Mrs. Ann, 205 a. 

CHAPMAN AUG. H. (Chico 
Lumber Co.), res Chap- 
man’s Addition. 

Chapman & McKay, saw- 
mill. 

Charest John, machinist, res 
Salem and Third. 

CHICO BREWERY, Charles 
Croissant, prop’r, Broad- 
way and 8th. 

CHICO DAILY EVENING 
RECORD, A. P. Waugh, 
publisher and editor, 2d, 
bet Main and Broadway. 

CHICO ENTERPRISE, Ed. 
Hoole, prop’r; W. Chal- 
mers, editor, 2d and Main. 

CHICO FOUNDRY, Rusby & 
Mery, 8th and Broadway. 

Chico Gas Works, A. Bul- 
lard, President. 

Chico Hotel, Ira A. Wether- 
bee, prop’r. Second. 

CHICO LUMBER CO., Chap- 
man & McKay, Main & 
Seventh. 


CHICO PLOW WORKS, Graf 
& McMillan, prop’rs, Junc- 
tion. 

Chico Warehouse Company. 

Chico Waterworks, A. Bul- 
lard, Brest, 

Clablin John, waiter. Central 
Hotel. 

Clark Albert, elk, res Chico. 

CLARKE B. F. (M. D.), 
physician and surgeon, 2d 
and Broadway. 

Clarke J. W., expressman. 
Rancho Chico. 

Clark Miss Fannie, with Mrs. 
A. G. Rose, 

Clark Henry (Clark & Trim- 
ble), Hazel bet ist and 2d. 

Clark James B,, frmr, 280 a. 

Clark J. F. (Clark & Shand) 
and land owner, 70 acres, 
res 9th and Broadway. 

Clark O. L., frmr, 370 acres, 

Clark & Shand, proprs Butte 
Mills. 

Clark & Trimble, liquors, cor 
Broadway and 2d. 

Cleaveland Geo., frmr, 352 a 

Coggins C. S., feed and grain 
res Main and 7th. 

Coggins L. M., carpenter, res 
Chapman’s addition. 

Coggins L, T., book-keeper, 
Jason, Springer & Co. 

Cohn H. & Bro., boots and 
shoes. Main. 

Cohn D. S. (H.Cohn& Bro.) 

Cole E.. laborer. 

COLE & GIFFOBD, fruits, 
confectionery, etc., for- 
warding and commission 
merchants. 


Miss M. J. Putnam, Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 



HIBBARD ASOMMBR Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


CHI RUTTE ICOUNTY. CHI 173 


Cole J H. (Cole & Gifford.) 

Collins A. S., teamster, res 
6th and Chestnut. 

Collins W. T. (Lane & Col- 
lins.) 

COLUSA STAGE LINE, Smith, 
Schellinger & Harrington, 
proprs. Union Hotel. 

Compton H. C., frmr, 190 a. 

Compton John, laborer. 

Conger W K., clerk with C, 
L. Stilson & Co. 

Connor J. H., barkeeper 
with Chas. Barr. 

Cook J. W. (Rinehart & 
Cook.) 

Cooper C. S., miller, Chico 
Mills. 

Cooper W., livery stable, 
4th and Salem, res 4th and 
Sycamore. 

Corbett Edward, hostler. 

Corduvant Louis, frmr, 160 a 

Coulter Jacob, marble worker 
res VVall near Fourth. 

Courtney J. T., clerk, res 
Ninth and Salem. 

Cox Mrs. Lydia, widow, res 
Ninth and Chestnut. 

Cresley W. E., ist assistant 
Chico public school, res 
Sixth and Salem. 

CREW A. H., cashier Bank of 
Chico, Broadway and 2d, 
res Sycamore, bet 3d & 4th. 

Crew F. N., bookkeepr Bank 
of Chico. 

Crogan J., mason. 

CROISSANT CHAS., proprie- 
tor Chico Brewery, Broad- 
way and 8th. 

Croissant Eugene, brewer. 


CROSETTE GEORGE H., pro- 
prietor and editor Weekly 
Butte Record and job print 
ing office, 2d bet Main and 
Broadway, res 4th, bet Ivy 
and Orange. 

Crosette John, Record office. 

Crouch E , farmer, 988 acres. 

Crouch John, farmer, i 368 a. 

Crowell W., printer. Record 
office. 

CRUM F. A., dentist, 2d and 
and Main. 

Cudpey James A., teamster, 
res Humboldt road. 

Cullen Mrs. A., 156 a. 

Cullen David, farmer, 80 a. 

Cullen Jas. hostler, with S. L. 
Daniels. 

Culver Geo., coachman, with 
John Bidwell. 

Cunningham W. T., clerk. 
Central Hotel. 

Curtis J. O., painter, with 
Sherwood & Turner. 

Cushman Laura H., assistant 
Chico public school, res 
Flume. 

Cussick J., teamster. 

Cutler J. M., road foreman, 
res 9th and Hazel. 

Daily C. M., barber with P. 
Jackson. 

Daly J. T., atty, notary pub- 
lic and town clerk. 

Daly Wm., clerk with F. 
Zadik. 

DANIELS & BEAN, proprs 
Union Hotel, 3d and Main. 

DANIELS S. L., auctioneer 
(Daniels & Bean.) 

Daniel T. H., barkeeper. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal* 



Dry Doods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, ChTco 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets. Chico. 


CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


DAUGEY GUS, farmer. 

Davidson H. B., agt C. P. R. 
R., res 5th and Sycamore. 

Davidson John, engineer. 

DAVID VICTOR, agt Home 
Mutual, Berlin, Cologne 
North German and Svea 
Fire Ins. Co.’s, Main and 
5th. 

Davis Mrs, A. A., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Davis F. E. (Davis & Green), 
res 3d and Sycamore. 

Davis & Green, marble 
works, 3d bet Broadway 
and Salem. 

Davis G. W., physician, 
Broadway bet 2d and 3d. 

Davis Jas. O., teamster with 
Rhinehart & Cook. 

Davis John, horse trainer. 

Davison James, clerk, res 5th 
and Orient. 

Dawson J, A., physician in 
Dorn’s building, 2d. 

Day J. T., drayman, res 6th 
and Orient. 

Dicker Geo., tinner with C. 
L. Stilson & Co. 

Decker James M., frmr, 160 
acres, 

DeHaven Mrs. W. M., tchr 
Chico Academy. 

Dent Wm„ waiter. 

Deveny James, farmer, res 
Flume near 8th. 

Deveny John Jr., clerk with 
J. C. Noonan. 

Deveny John, farmer, res 
Flume near 8th. 

Diaman B., (W. Behrendt & 
Co.), Main. 


Dillon C. W., carpenter, res 
Humboldt road, 

Diller J. B., clerk, 

Dillon Peter, laborer, 3d and 
Plume. 

Doak, carpenter, 3d & Wall. 

Doud George, blacksmith, 
with Graf "& McMillen. 

Doud Mrs. Ruth, cook, Chico 
restaurant. 

Donnelly Patsey, barkeeper. 

DOOLEY THOMAS, Saddle 
Rock restaurant and chop 
house, 2d. 

Dorn G. W. (G. W. Dorn 
& Co.) 

Dorn G. W. & Co., general 
merchandise, corner Main 
and 2d. 

Dorsey Frances, hor-seshoer, 
with C. L, Nelson. 

Dorsey T. J., painter. Flume. 

Douglas R., machinist, with 
Rinehardt & Cook, 

Downer John, agent W. U. 
Tel. Co., Main. 

Doyle Patrick, teamster, res 
7th and Chestnut. 

Draper Wm. (Pearle & Dra- 
per), res 3d and Wall. 

DRESBACH & CO., (William 
Dresbach, 316 California i 
street, S. F., A. Bullard, j 
Chico, grain merchants, | 
etc,,) Broadway, between j 
ist and 2d. 

Dunne Mary E., seamstress. 

Dunn J. F., livery and feed 
stable. Main and 4th. 

Dunn John, hostler, with J. 

F. Dunn. 

Dunn Wm., hostler. 


Colnsa Stasre Co., General Office, Colnsa, E. A. Harringrton, General Snpt. 


’HIBBARD'^ SOMOttER, Chico, Books of Ilis'iOry, Tl^avcl, Romance, Etc., 


CHI 


BUri'E COUN l'Y. 


CHI 


Dust Wm., baken 

Dye Isaac B., farmer, 538 a. 

Eames, Wm., butcher. 

Earle W. H., tinner, with C. 
L. Stilson & Co. 

Eastman S. C., farmer, 141a 

Eastman S. G., farmer, 135 a 

Edwards Josh, harvester, res 
3d and Wall. 

Edwards Mrs, M. P., shirt 
factory, 3d and Broadway. 

Eitel Frank, dru^'gist, Main 
and 9th. 

Eliot C. E., farmer, 180 a. 

Eliott G. W., farmer, 240 a. 

Eliott W. S., farmer, 480 a. 

Plmpie ]., blacksmith with 
Fargo & Frost. 

Emntry Henry, carpenter, 
6th and Chestnut. 

Binder J T., farmer, 431 a, 

Epperson J. H., carpenter 
with Rinehart & Cook. 

E R li A K E 11 EDWARD R., 
candies and fruits. Main 
near 3d, bds Chico Hotel. 

Ericksen August, butcher 
with Schwein & Peterson. 

Evans Morris (Shearer & 
Evans), res 2d and Ivy. 

FARGO & FROST, general 
blacksmiths and horse 
shoers, Broadway bet 2d 
and 3d. 

F'argo L. (P^argo & Frost), 
res Salem. 

Parley Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res 8th and Sycamore. 

FARRALL JOS., 7th and 
Chestnut. 

Farrer J. A., clerk with A. 
B. Thomas & Co. 


Farr A. P., farmer, 118 acres 

P'arr Miss Mary, milliner with 
Mrs. J. G. Bennett. 

Farr Miss Susie, seamstress 
with Miss Gilley. 

FAULKNER CHAS., cashier 
Bank of Butte Co. and agt 
W. P". & Co., res Broad 
way and 2d. 

Fayles N. P'., wood dealer, 
res 7th and Hazel. 

P'aylor W. A., Chico Hotel 

Felloes Paul, book-keeper. 

Person H. D., farmer and 
stock raiser, 320 acres. 

FETTERS CHAS., furniture, 
bedding and cabinet mkr, 
cor Broadway and 3d. 

Fender A. B., farmer, 160 a. 

FINEGAN& HALL, prop rN. 
Y. Livery, Feed and Sale 
Stable, Main and 4th. 

Finegan John (Pdnegan & 
Hall), res Main and 4th. 

Pdnk H., barber Union Hotel 

Pdnley Elias, lumber, res 3d 
and Hazel. 

P'innegan PI., hostler. 

FINTGAX R. D., liquors. 
Main, res Broadway & 4th 

P'ish Antone, marble worker 

Fisher A. P. (Walraven & 
Co.) 

Pdsher George, butcher Union 
Market. 

P'isher Gustave, upholsterer, 
Broadway bet 1st and 2d. 

Fish John, marble worker. 

Pdsher Samuel, laborer, res 
Salem bet 8th and 9th. 

Fisher Thos., carpenter, res 
Salem bet 8th and 9th. 


J.F Newman, Tinner, Plumb sf &GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third ^Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewing Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


176 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 

Fletcher L , moulder Chico 
Foundry. 

Floydd , carpenter, Pine 

Force Ed., clerk Central 
Hotel. 

Fordham J. F., brickmaker, 
res 4th and Ivy. 

Foster E E., carpenter, res 
6th and Sycamore 

Francy Joseph, tailor with 
Woods & Walker. 

French L. A., steward Union 
Hotel. 

Frits Mrs. M. S., dressmaker. 
Second. 

Frame Miss Mary, cook, res 
8th and Sycamore, 

Frank George, barber with 
B. Henderson. 

Frost George (Fargo & 
Frost), res Sycamore. 

Fuller W. P., Sec. Chico Gas 
and Water Works, res 4th 
and Ivy. 

Fuller R., res 9th and Syca- 
more. 

Fuller W. H., clerk W. F. & 
Co.’s, 

Gaines B. H., janitor Bank 
of Chico. 

Gallaher A., teamster. 

Gansen Jacob, gas maker. 

Gardhire Geo., laborer, res 
8th and Sycamore. 

Gardner Geo. F., corral. 

Gardner Mary, school teacher 

Gardner Mrs. M. B., board- 
ing house, Oroville road. 

Garner J. C., farmer, 160 a. 

Garner John M., farmer, 157 
acres. 

Garner Squire farmer, 220 a. 

Garwood Miss Sarah, ass’t 
Chico public school, res 
Salem. 

Gentry Uavid, waiter. Union 
Hotel. 

George O. P., merchant, 
Main and 8th. 

Geroy C. L., teamster, Hum- 
boldt road. 

GihordA J. ( Gifford & Lusk) 

GirtordL. C. (Cole & Gifford) 

Gifford & Lusk, attorneys at 
law, cor Broadway and 2d. 

Gilkyson Albert, machinist. 

GILKYSON J. W., with A. 
Bullard insurance agent, 
Broadway, between ist & 
2d, res 5th and Sycamore. 

Gilley Miss M. E., dressma- 
ker, 3d and Wall. 

Gilley Mrs. Wm., widow, res 
3d and Wall. 

Glengle John, baker, Chico 
bakery. 

GODDARD M. & CO., dry 

goods, clothing and car- 
pets, Main near 2d. 

Goodrich C. C., barkeeper, 
res Chico Hotel. 

Goodrich W. T., policeman. 
Town Hall, res Walnut & 
Seventh. 

Gordon & Kerble, liquors, 2d 
near Broadway. 

Gordon M. B. (Gordon & 
Kerble), res 6th & Hazel. 

Gorll C. C., farmer, 1 54 a. 

Graf Lawrence, (Graf & Mc- 
Millan), Junction. 

GRAF & McMillan, Chico 
Plough Works, Junction. 

Graham Mrs. L. J., widow. 


E. A. Hairington, Faints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, IKlarsville. 



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CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI ' 177 

res 8th and Sycamore. 

Graham W. H., clerk, with 
A. B. Thomas & Co. 

Grant Geo. S., carpenter, res 
Humboldt road. 

GRAVES GEO. W., drugs and 
medicines, paints, oils, var- 
nish and glass. Main & 2d. 

Green F. M. (Davis & Green) 
res 4th and Wall. 

Griffith F. M., marble worker, 
res Orient bet 5th and 6th. 

Griffith J. L., farmer, 480 a. 

Griffith & Schneider, frmrs, 
160 acres. 

Groves W. V,, farmer, 151a. 

Guildemeister Henry, wagon 
maker (Sherwood & Tur- 
ner.) 

GuillJ. H., farmer, 174 a. 

Gwynn P. M. & Bro., frmrs, 
548 acres. 

Hachman H., tailor, Broad- 
way. between 3d and 4th. 

Hagan Jas., constable. Town 
Hall, res Walk 

Hagan Martin M., clerk with 
G. W. Dorn & Co. 

Haight J. W., surveyor. 

Hallet Henry, (Hallet & 
Lov), Wall near 2d. 

HALLET & LOY, furniture, 
paints, oils, glass, sewing 
machines and undertaking, 
corner Main and 3d. 

Hallagan J., bookkeeper, with 
Hibbard & Sommers. 

HALLB., watchmaker, Broad- 
way and 3d. 

HALLET ANDREWS, justice 
of peace, notary public, 
conveyancer and landownr, 

160 acres, Broadway bet 
2d and 3d. 

Hall George, (Finegan & 
Hall), res Main and 4th. 

Hall I. A., janitor Chico pub- 
lic school. 

Hall N. & Bro., poultry. 
Chapman Addition. 

Hall P., res 7th & Chestnut. 

Hamilton A., wood turner, 
with Parsons & Co. 

Hamilton Thos., blacksmith. 

Hamlin G. L., farmer, 613 a. 

Hanodel A. M., carpenter. 

Hanscom H. D., farmer, 220 
acres. 

Hanson L., carpenter, res Wall 
between 4th and 5th. 

Harbet Thomas, laborer, res 
Orient. 

Harrigan James, laborer, res 
Wall and 8th. 

Harris D. D., capitalist. 

Harris Wm., blacksmith with 
G. Tinker. 

Harkness Ed., clerk, boards 
Union Hotel. 

Hartman John, engineer, with 
Rinehardt & Cook. 

Hartrick E., clerk with A. 
B. Thomas & Co. 

Hart Thomas, brick mason, 
res 7th and Sycamore. 

Hartwig A., music teacher, 
boards Chico Hotel. 

Harvey Miss Mollie, seam- 
stress, res 4th. 

Haskins Frank, laborer, with 
Rinehardt & Cook. 

Hassell J. J., book-keeper 
with John Bidwell, res ist 
and Sycamore. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


The Furniture House of Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



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G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chica 


178 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Hasty Jas., millman with 
Wm. Hasty. 

Hasty Wm., millman. 

Haynes Frank, barber. 

Haynes Thomas, driver Co- 
lusa stage. 

Hazelsigg A., farmer, 40 a. 

HEATH W. D., with Bank of 
Chico and land owner, 
1,616 acres, res Broadway 
and 2d. 

Hegan & Faulkner, frmr, 
163 acres. 

Helphinstine J. P., frmr, 140 
acres. 

HENDERSON barber shop 
and baths, 2d near Broad- 
way. 

Henderson Geo. T., physi- 
cian, 2d, res 2d and Wall. 

Henderson Joseph (Allen & 
Henderson. ) 

Henderson Wm., physician, 
res 2d. 

Hendricks & Ricketts, sheep 
range. 

Hendricks T. P. (Hendricks 
& Ricketts), res 6th and 
Chestnut. 

Henlin F., farmer, res 8th 
and Chestnut. 

Henry A., farmer, 526 acres. 

Henry W. A., music teacher 
Chico Academy. 

Henshaw Miss Martha, frmr, 
138 acres. 

Henshaw Miss Mary, farmer, 
138 acres. 

HENSHAW PARK, atty at 
law and deputy county 
district attorney, Broad- 
way and 2d. 


Hermle W. A., harness mkr. 

Heuston Wm., frmr, 77 a. 

Hibbard A. A. (Hibbard & 
Sommer), res 3d & Salem. 

Hibbard Miss Louise, asst, 
tchr Chico public school, 
res 4th. 

HIBBARD & SOMMER, watch 
makers and jewelers, sta- 
tionery and music, 2d near 
Broadway. 

Hickman G. M., clerk with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 

Hickox Chas., carpenter res 
Main bet 3d and 4th. 

Hicks Daniel T., farmer. 

Hicks J. W., farmer, 240 a. 

Hill Chas. H., painter, res 
8th and Flume. 

Hildreth L. A., postmaster, 
res 1st and Broadway. 

HillE. H., painter, with Rine- 
hart & Cook. 

Hill Mrs. E. ]., 247 acres. 

Hill J.M. ( Hill & McLennan) 
HILL & Mclennan, proprie 
tors Rising Sun Saloon, 
and agents of Humboldt 
Brewery, Main near 2d. 

Hite A. E., machinist, res 
Hazel and 6th. 

HOBART C. V. & CO ., insur- 1 
ance agents and commis- 
sion merchants, 2d. 

Hobart Mrs. R., widow, res 
7th and Chestnut. 

Hagan J. A., blacksmith. ! 

Hoit L. A., carpenter. Wall. | 

Holder W. M., soda maker, ! 
with A. F. Blood. j 

Holmes Edward, expressmn, 
res P'lume. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Vfi arsvillc. 


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CHI 


BUTTE COUNTY. 


CHI 179 


Holmes H., waiter, Chico 
Hotel. 

HOOLE ED., prop’r Chico 
Enterprise. 

Haming Geo., brewer, Chico 
Brewery. 

Harrigan Jas., marble workr, 
res 8th and Wall. 

Harrigan John, marble wrkr, 
res 8th and Wall. 

Haslen H. S., farmer, i6o a. 

Hostler Mrs. J. W., seamsts, 
with Miss Gilley. 

HOTFILTER HERMANN, 
manufacturing jeweler, 
Broadway, bet istand 2d. 

Howard Mrs. M., dressmker, 
with Mrs. J. G. Bennet. 

Hoyle J. M., supervisor. 

Hoyl M., farmer, 320 acres. 

Hubble Miss E., dressmaker, 
with Mrs. J. G. Bennett. 

Hudsbeth Miss Amanda, 
waiter, res 4th and Wall. 

Hudson Miss Belle, dress- 
maker, with Mrs. J. G. 
Bennett. 

'Hudson E. W., laborer, res 
8th and Joy. 

Hudson J. R., laborer, res 
8th and Joy. 

Hudson Miss Lizzie, seamsts, 
with Miss Gilley. 

HULL ISRAEL, manufacturer 
of carriages, buggies, ex- 
press, side, spring & freight 
wagons, blacksmith and 
horseshoer, Junction. 

Humble James, (Satterlee & 
Humble). 

Hunt E. F., porter, res 3d 
and Wall. 


Hunder C. H., farmer. 

Huntley A. J., carpenter, res 
6th and Sycamore. 

Hutchins Mrs. J. W., 404 a. 

HUTTON J. F., attorney at 
law, 2d and Main. 

Irenberg S., farmer. 

Jackson F. M., watches and 
jeweller. Main. 

Jackson Josiah, bootblack, 
res 6th and Wall. 

JACKSON PETER, pioneer 
barber shop. Main, res 
Wall and 6th. 

JACOBS W., dry goods and 
clothing. Main near 2d, 
res 3d and Flume. 

Jewett Mrs., seamstress, with 
Miss Gilley. 

Johnson Chas., farmer, 236 a. 

Johnson C. N., bookkeeper, 
with Johnson & Werts- 
baugher. 

TITLE ABSTRACT 

OF 

BUTTE COUNTY. 


Haring Cooipiled a full and 

correct abstract to the titles of lands 
in Butte County, Cal., I am prepared 
to furnish reliable abstracts and in- 
formation, conveyancing real estate, 
from Spanish Records to date. 

P. O. Box 132, 

OHLICO. 


J. F Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewing Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. CRAVES, Drugfs and Chemicals, Chiea. 


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Johnson Galitan M., frmr 80 
acres. 

Johnson J. H., wheelwright, 
with Graf & McMillan. 

Johnson John, farmer, 158 a. 

Johnson ]. W., laborer, res 
7th and Hazel. 

Johnson N. (Johnson & 
W ertsbaugher ) , res 4th 
and Wall. 

Johnson and Wertsbaugher, 
groceries, corner Broadwy 
and 3d. 

Johnston E. B., res 7th and 
Chestnut. 

Jones A. B., mill hand, res 
7th and Jay. 

Jones C , laborer, res 7th and 
Flume. 

JONES F. A. S., quartz mine, 
Nevada Co., res 4th and 
Sycamore. 

Jones Mrs. G. F., widow, res 
5th and Chestnut. 

Jones Mrs. H, G., widow, res 
9th and Salem. 

Jones Peter, frmr, 167 a. 

Judkins A. B., Ibr, res 5th 
and Sycamore. 

June Boon, frmr, 165 a. 

Keenan Michael, horseshoer 
with C. L. Nelson. 

Kehoe J. J., machinist. 

Kelley John, waiter Chico 
Hotel. 

KEMPF, CHAMBERLIN A 
CO.5 Empire Market, Broad- 
way, and 2d St Market, 
Second. 

Kempf Jno. (Kempf, Cham- 
berlin & Co.), 93 acres, 
res 2d and Chestnut. 


Kennedy Mrs. J. R., widow, 
res 5th and Sycamore. 

Kennedy P. C., engineer, res 
I St and Salem. 

Kenney J. L., farmer, 646 a. 

Kerble J. F. (Gordon & 
Kerble), res 2d. 

Kern Frederick, barkeeper 
with Aug. Meyer. 

Kern Jas., farm hand, res 7th 
and Hazel. 

Uiehlmeyer George, butcher 
with Kempf Chamberlin 
&Co. 

King C. L., printer. 

King J. B., mechanic, res 
Main and 5th. 

King Wm., physician. 

KINO W. Z., dentist, Dorn’s 
new building, 2d. 

Knapp Mrs. J. L., widow, res 
2d and Wall. 

Knowlton A. L., civil engi- 
neer and surveyor, res bth 
and Sycamore. 

Kosh W. L. farmer, 102 a. 

Koyl James, farm hand with 
T. H. Barnard. 

Koyl Richard farm hand 
with T. H. Barnard. 

Krimmer Augustus, boot- 
maker with B. B. Baker. 

Kune J., mason. 

Kuney Michael farmer, 78 a. 

KUNZ CHRISTIAN, Chico 
Bakery, Broadway near 3d. 

Laity Thomas, laborer, res 
Main and 2d. 

Lamkin Walter, waiter Chico 
Hotel. 

Landic S, ¥,, brickmason, res 
7th and HazeL 


Ck^usa Staire Co.. General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. ^ ^ 



HieBARO &. SOMMBR Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


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Lane A. F., carpenter, res 
Bidwell’s addition. 

LANK & COLLINS, carpenters 
and builders. Main bet 
5th and 6th. 

Lane F. FI. (Lane & Collins) 

LAUNDER BROS., new and 
second-hand furniture, up- 
holstery, etc., 3d, between 
Broadway and Salem. 

Launder C. H. (Launder 
Bros. ) 

Launder John G. (Launder 
Bros.) res Elko, Nev. 

Launder S. W. (Launder 
Bros. ) 

Lawrence & Bidwell, prop’rs 
Greenville stage line. 

Lawrence J. H., tinner with 
J. F. Newman. 

Lawrence O. ]., clerk, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Lawrence J. W., cabinet mkr 
with Hallet & Loy. 

Lawrence R., engineer. 

Leath Wm., cook, res Main. 

Lee J. H., book-keeper. 

Lee Mrs. J. H., dairy, 7th, 
bet Hazel and Ivy. 

LEE Wo, drugs & medicines, 
Broadway near 2d. 

Litzinger M., harness and 
saddles, Broadway, bet ist 
and 2d. 

Leonard James, capitalist, 
bds Junction Hotel. 

Leonard James, bootmaker 
with B. B. Baker. 

Lewis Robt., barber, res Main 
and 8th. 

Lightners F., liquors, Broad- 
way, bet 1st and 2d. 


Lightfoot J. W., clerk. 

Linebarger S., carpenter. 

Little Richard, horse-breaker, 
Rancho Chico. 

Loce)'* A. C., clerk with A. 
B. Thomas. 

Locey J. H., gardener, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Locey T., clerk with Walker 
& Co. 

Locey Wm., butcher with 
Kempf, Chamberlin & Co. 

Lochrie Andrew, school tchr 

Loeb G. (G.W. Dorn & Co.) 

Loeb Joseph, New York 
Bazaar, Main. 

London Mrs. J., widow, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Longnecker j. H., schl tchr. 

Longdon J. B., liquors, res 
Broadway. 

Longfellow & Beckham, 
feed stable. Junction. 

Longfellow Jacob (Longfel- 
low & Beckham.) 

Lorome John, machinist with 
Parson & Co. 

Lotker Matt, carpenter, res 
7th and Hazel. 

Lowe J. T., watchmaker with 
¥. M. Jackson. 

Lowery James H., frmr, 221 
acres. 

Lowry J. A., clerk and tele- 
graph operator, C. P. R. R 

Lowry Mrs. J. P.^ carpet 
weaver, res 9th and Chest- 
nut. 

Loy M, V. (Hallet & Loy), 
res 3d bet Main and Wall. 

Loy W. E., printer. Enter- 
prise office. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Seeond and Broadway, Chico.* 


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Dry Goods^ Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, CMce 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


182 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Lucas A. J., furniture, Broad- 
way. 

Lucey J. H., schl tchr. 

Luddy Wm., stage driver. 

Lusk F. C. (Gifford & Lusk) 
and notary public 

Lynn A. W., boarding and 
lodgings 3d and Wall. 

Lyons George, harness mkr 
withThos. Walsh. 

Lynsky Patrick, hostler. 

Mannion Jas., joiner, res 2d. 

Mansfield H. C., constable. 
Town Hall. 

Mansfield J. H., barkeeper 
with J. Burk. 

Mansfield Johnnie, barber. 

Marion T., engineer. 

Marks G. A., bootmaker. 

Martin Alex., tinner with C. 
Stilson & Co. 

Martin Geo. H., barkeeper. 

Marshall Samuel, clerk with 
M. L. Olmsted. 

Mason C. C., physician, 
Broadway and Second, res 
3d and Sycamore. 

Mason J. W., pipe fitter, 
Chico Gas and Water 
Works. 

Massey L., Ibr, res 8th and 
Hyde. 

Mason L. L., Ibr, res 7th 
and Orient. 

Mather Frank, agent, res 3d 
and Wall. 

Mathews J. . brickmason,Oro- 
ville road. 

McAllister Joseph, butcher 
with Schwein & Peterson. 

McCargar Mrs., widow, res 
Flume and 8th. 


McCartey J., blacksmith. 

McCallister H. H,, clerk. 
Union Hotel, 

McCormack Aleck, (J. H. 
McCormack & Bro.) 

McCormack J. H. (J. H. 
McCormack & Bro.) 

McCormack J. H. & Bro., 
drugs and stationery, 2d. 

McDonald Geo., hostler with 
Shearer & Evans. 

McDonald H. S., Iqrs, Main 
and 8th. 

McDonald John, tailor with 
H. Hachmann. 

McDoughall A. E., clerk 
with C. E. Zwisler, res Ha- 
zel and 2d. 

McEnespy Richard, frmr, 
438 a. 

McEnospey Wm. H., frmr, 
92 a. 

McFeeley John blacksmith, 
Chico Foundry. 

McGann James, frmr, F55 a. 

McGann Patrick, frmr, 40 a. 

McGrath Michael, apprentice 
with Thos. Walsh. 

Mclntire Jerry G., frmr, 159 
acres. 

McIntosh G. L., book kpr 
with G. W. Dorn & Co. 

McIntosh J. T., farmer. 

McKay W. H. (Chico Lum- 
ber Co.), res Chapman's 
Addition. 

McKenney C. F., clerk with 
Tickner, Burnham & Co. 

McKinnon A. R., carpenter, 
res Salem and 2d. 

McKuen Wm., labr, res 7th 
and Flume. 


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Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



tUBBARB ik SOMMER Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


CHI BUTl'E COUNTY. CHI 183 


McLaurin Daniel, miner. 

McLennan H. K. (Hill & 
McLennan). 

McMillan Alfred, (Graf & 
McMillan, Junction), res 
Oroville avenue. 

McMillan S. M., carpenter, 
with Rinehart & Cook. 

McMillan Mrs. J. W,, seam- 
stress with Miss Gilley. 

McOunell Richard, hostler, 
with Shearer & Evans. 

McQueen Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res 8th and Sycamore. 

Meacham Miss E. E., house- 
keeper, 7th bet Sycamore 
and Salem. 

Meline Erank, machinist, res 
8th and Orient. 

Mercer George, mechanic, res 
7th and Chestnut. 

Merkley Asa, gend assistant. 

Merrill S., machinist, boards 
Chico Hotel. 

Merriam Oscar, bus driver 
Union Hotel. 

Mery Conrad, civil engineer. 

MeryM. L., (Rusby&Mery) 
res 8th. 

Messer Wm., proprietor Pow- 
elton stages. 

Metlin James, farmer, 200 a. 

Meyer Aug , liquors. Main, 
res 4th and Wall. 

Middleham R., clerk with 
Cole & Gifford, 2d bet 
Main and Broadway. 

Middleton John, harness mkr 

Miller Henry^ blcksmth, with 
Sherwood & Turner. 

Miller Jas. & Bros., fms, 120 
acres. 


Miller T. W , clerk with Tick- 
ner, Burnham & Co. 

Mitchell Chas. H., painter. 

Mitchell D. L. W.. carpenter, 
res 8th and Salem. 

Mitchell Mrs. M , widow, res 
8th and Salem. 

MOAD J. N., dentist, 2d and 
Broadway. 

Moore Mrs. E. M., fmr, 318 a 

Moore Jerome, farmer, si 
miles north of Chico. 

Moore T. F., carpenter, res 
Moore’s ranch. 

Moore T. J., farmer, 5 miles 
north of Chico. 

Moore Zion, carpenter. 

Morance Mrs. P., widow, 7th 
and Wall. 

Morehead J. J., farmer, 763 a. 

Morin Thomas, machinist, 
Chico Foundry. 

Morley Esa, horseshoer, with 
Israendull. 

Morley Mrs, E. A. (Morley 
& Wood ward 

Morley & Woodward, fruits, 
candies, ice creams, etc., 
Main, bet 2d and 3d. 

Morris J., peddler, bds Chico 
Hotel. 

Morrison William, carpenter 
with Rinehart & Cook. 

Morse Henry, farm hand 
with T. H. Barnard. 

Mosier Chas., Iqrs, Junction. 

Mouler Mrs. Mary, seam- 
stress. 

MOUSEK B. T., (M. D.), 

physician and surgeon, 
res Broadway bet 2d & 3d 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico, 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal* 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming ImMements. 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


184 BHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Mallaney John, brickmason, 
res 2d near Wall. 

Munson Harry, butcher with 
Kempf, Chamberlin & Co. 

Murdock J. W., painter, res 
Wall and 2d. 

Murphy Dand, miner, bds 
Delta Hotel. 

Murphy Timothy, water cart- 
er, Chico race track, 

Murphy Thomas, bootmaker, 
res Main. 

Murray Frank, dishwasher, 
res Main. 

Neary Mary, cook, Rancho 
Chico. 

NELSON CHAS. L., horse- 
shoeing, cor Salem and 
2d, res 2d and Sycamore. 

NEUBARTH JOHN G., cigar 
manufacturer and dealer, 
Broadway bet 3d and 4th. 

NEWMAN J. F., stoves, tin- 
ware, house furnishing 
goods, cor Broadway and 
3d, res cor 4th and Ivy. 

NEW YORK BAZAAR (W. 
Behrend & Co., prop’rs.), 
dry goods, clothing and 
furnishing goods, Main. 

NEW YORK LIYERY, FEED 
AND SALE STABLE, Fine- 
gan & Hall, prop’rs. Main 
and 4th. 

Nichols E. C., liquors. Main 
near i st, res 4th bet Salem 
and Sycamore 

Nichols W. P., farmer, 80 a. 

Noonan Dennis, druggist, 
res Main 

Noonan John, stock dealer, 
res 4th and Chestnut. 


Noonan J. C., druggist,Main. 

Norris Albert, clerk, res 
Salem and 8th. 

Northgraves Wm., frmr, 606 
acres. 

Nourse Geo. F, commission 
merchant and grain dealer, 
Broadway and ist. 

Noyes Mrs. W. E., cook, 
Chico Restaurant. 

O’Ferrall R. H., auctioneer, 
5 th and Broadway. 

O’ Hair Patrick, (Allen & 
O’ Hair.) 

O’ Hair Peter, groceries, 
Junction. 

OLMSTED M. L., prop’r Ma- 
rysville store, genl mdse, 
Broadway, bet ist and 2d. 

Ormsby J. M., stationery. 

Oser M., clerk with W. 
Jacobs. 

O’Shay John, blacksmith 
with G. Tinker. 

Owen F. M. (Padon & 
Owen.) 

Owens Miss L., dress maker 
with Mrs. J. G. Bennett. 

Padan J. S. (Padan & 
Owen.) 

Padan & Owen, fimrs. 

Parr Miss Hannah, dressmkr 
and seamstress with Miss 
Gilley. 

Parrott Miss, school teacher. 

PARSONS & CO., planing 
mills. Main and 7th. 

Parsons H. F. (Parsons & 
Co.), res 8th. 

Patten E. A., liquors, 2d. 

Patterson John W., Jrmr, 54 
acres. 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts. , Marysville. 


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CHI HUITE COUNTY. CHI 185 


Patterson J. W., farmer, 200 
acres. 

PEALE & DRAPER, boots & 
shoes made and repaired, 
Broadway, bet 2d and 3d. 

Peale James, (Peale & Dra- 
per), 3d and Olive 

Peale Samuel, blacksmith. 
Rancho Chico. 

Pearson Mrs. Ann, chamber- 
maid, Union Hotel. 

Pearson George,porterUnion 
Hotel, 

Peck Geo., laborer. 

Peck George E., book-kpr 
with Tickner, Burnham & 
Co. 

Peck Wm., club room, 2d 
and Broadway. 

Pegden Wm., prop’r Delta 
Hotel, 8th and Orient. 

Perkins & Eddy, frmrs, 555 
acres . 

Perkiss S. E., tinner with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 

Perman Newton, rancher, 
res 6th. 

Peter Chas., clerk with F. 
Zadik, Main. 

Petersen G. F. C. (Schwein 
& Petersen), res Main. 

Peterson G. H., book-kpr. 

Peters Henry (Peters & 
Bro.) 

Peters P. & Bro., genl mdse. 
Main near ist. 

Peters Wm. J., farmer. 

Phillips L. P., fruits. Main, 

PILLOT F. A., cigars and to- 
bacco, Main and 2d. 

Powelton Stage Line, Wm. 
Messer, res Union Hotel. 


Powers Peter, Ibr, res 7th & 
Flume. 

Powers Thomas, blacksmith, 
with Allen & Henderson. 

Presley A. C. clerk with Tick- 
ner, Burnham & Co. 

Preston ]., physician, 7th and 
Pine. 

Preston M. E., mchinist, with 
Rinehart & Cook. 

Pritz Carl, barber, with P. 
Jackson. 

Price Edwin, machinist, Chico 
Foundry. 

PURDY D.C., proprietor Cen- 
tral Hotel, Broadway, be- 
tween 3d and 4th. 

Quin & Darge, frmrs, 600 
acres. 

Quin D. P., waiter, Union 
Hotel. 

Radcliffe F. C., book kpr 
with Cole & Giftord. 

Ragan Mrs., widow. 

Railroad House, M. Schwein, 
prop’r, 5th and Orange. 

Ramirez H. G., saddlery, 
Main and 7th. 

Ramsdell J. D., clerk with 
Hallett & Loy. 

Reardan Mary, cook with 
Mrs. G. F. Jones. 

Reavis D, M. fmr, 11,266 a. 

RE A VIS J. B., attorney at law 
and notary public, Broad- 
way and 2d. 

Redmill, C. F,, harness mkr, 
with Thos. Walsh. 

Rego E. S., liquors, cor Main 
and 2d. 

Reihl Henry, tinner, with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


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Dry Qroods Fancy aoods, Oarpeta, Clothiugr. Boots and Shoes at TICUNER, BURNHAM & Go's, CWco 


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186 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 

Reilly E. J. (Reilly & Hub- 
bard), res Chestnut bet 3d 
and 4th. 

REILLY & HUBBARD, hard 
ware, iron, oils, stoves and 
agricultural implements, 

Front and Broadway. 

REISTER L. A., harness and 
saddle maker, agent Singer 
sewing machine. Main bet 
1st and 2d. 

Renfro Rev. D. C., clergy- 
man, ( Methodist) . 

Reynolds Miss M., dress- 
maker, with Mrs. J. G. 
Bennett. 

Rice James, carpenter, res 7th 
and Ivy. 

Rice W. H., carpenter, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Rich Rev. C. E., clergyman 
(Methodist). 

Richards J. V., farmer, 80 a. 

Richardson P. C. & Bro., 
farmers, 480 a. 

Ricketts & Hendricks, frmrs, 
2,665 acres. 

Ricketts W. H., farmer, 504 
acres. 

Rideout E. P., clerk W. F. 
& Co. 

Riggins F. M., millwright. 

Rinehart G. (Rinehart & 
Cook) . 

Roberts Isaac, policeman. 
Town Hall. 

Robinson Mrs. E. ]., dress- 
making, 9th & Sycamore. 

Robinson J., clerk, with Tick- 
ner, Burnham & Co. 

Robinson John, carpenter, 9th 
and Sycamore, 

Robinson J. R., assistant 
cashier Bank of Butte Co. 
res 5th, 

Robinson Wm. C., gardener 
plaza. 

Roe M. V., carpenter, res 5th 
and Laurel 

Rogers Charles, waiter, res 
4th and Orange. 

Rooney Joseph H., with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 

Roper J. L., barkeepr, Chico 
Race Track Bar. j 

Rose Mrs. A. G., restaurant j 
Main and 2d. 

Rose E., liquors, 2d. 

Rose N. S., livery stable. 
Main and 5th. 

Rose R. C., nurseryman, 158 
acres, 5 miles south Chico. 

Rugh Miss Flora, seamstress, 
res Flume and 3d. 

Rundell, R. Y., marshal, Twn 
Hall, res 8th, bet Wall and 
Flume. 

Rusby Jas., (Rusby & Mery) 
Broadway. 

RUSBY & MERY, (Chico 
Foundry). 

Russell Thos., waiter, Union 
Hotel. 

Ryan Mary, chambermaid, 
Chico Hotel. 

Ryant J. W., lumberman, res 
8th and Pine. 

Salmon Mrs. M. V., 443 a. 

Salsbury Henry G , elk with 
Jason Springer & Co. 

Salsbury W. N., straw mill, 
bds Chico Hotel. 

Salsbury W. H., (Jason 
Springer & Co.) 


E. A. Harringrton^ Pa&ntS; Oils and Glass,.27 D Street, Max yavillo. 


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CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 187 


Satterlee & Humble, prop’rs 
Butte Hotel. 

Satterlee Lewis (Satterlee 
& Humble.) 

Schaefer E. H., shoemaker. 

Schetzel August (Wolter & 
Schetzel.) 

Schneider David, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Schofield G. L., carpenter. 

Schooler Wm., clerk with 
Walker & Co. 

Schrieber Lewis (Schrieber 
& Williams), Broadway 
bet I St and 2d. 

Schrieber Oscar, upholsterer, 
res F 3 roadway bet i st 
and 2d. 

Schrieber &. Williams, furni- 
ture, Broadway bet i stand 
2d. 

Schwein Matt (Schwein & 
Peter on), and prop’r R. 
R. House, res 5th and 
Cherry. 

SCHWEIN & PETERSEN, 

fresh meats and sausages, 
Junction. 

Scofield Mrs. Helen, dress- 
maker, res Main. 

Scott Joseph, 160 acres. 

Scott Mrs. T., seamstress. 

Sellick Mrs. Mary, 225 a. 

Seltzer Geo., farm hand, res 
9th and Chestnut. 

Sewell E. D., prop’r Butte 
Creek Toll-road. 

Shand George (Clark & 
Shand.) 

Shannon John, frmr, 920 a. 

Shannon Nathan, frmr, 320 
acres. 


Sharkey J. E., barkeeper 
Bureau Saloon. 

Shaw C. B. (Shaw & Wins- 
low), res 7th and Syca- 
more. 

Shaw C. F., clerk with Geo. 
W. Graves. 

Shaw Robt, hack driver. 
Central Hotel. 

Shaw & Winslow, liquors, 
cor Main and 3d. 

Shearer & Evans, livery 
stable, 3d and Salem. 

Shearer Joseph (Shearer & 
Evans), and land owner, 
135 a, res 3d and Salem. 

Shelton W. A., tinner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

SHERWOOD & TURNER, car 

riage manufacturers, genl 
blacksmiths and carriage 
painting, cor Broadway 
and 3d. 

Sherwood Wm. H. (Slier 
wood & Turner), res 3d 
and Sycamore. 

Shunkwiler Nat., teamster, 
Butte Mills. 

Shuster John, clerk. Railroad 
House, 

Shuster Mrs. John, widow. 

SIERRA FLUME AND LUM- 
BER CO., Alvinza Hay- 
ward, S, F., President ; 
Charles T. Bridge, S, F. 
Secretary ; A. G. Swain, 
Sup’t Chico Division. 

Silsby E. D., frmr, 160 a. * 

SILVER H. C., real estate and 
insurance and collection 
agency, Broadway and 3d, 
res 3d, bet Wall & Flume 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Pliimber^& Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


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Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chied. 


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Silsby Wm. Henry, frmr, 
320 a. 

Silsby W. H., frmr, 488 a. 

Sim Rev. George, clergy- 
man, (Methodist) 

Simmons C. E., farm hand, 
res 7th and Chestnut. 

Skilling M. S., engineer,Oro- 
ville road. 

Slaughter George, clerk with 
a! B. Blood. 

Small A. A., well borer, res 
2d and Chestnut. 

Small Joseph, carpenter, res 
2d and Chestnut. 

Smiser H. T. A., clerk with 
G. W. Dorn & Co. 

Smith B., messenger W. U, 
Telegraph Co. 

Smith Mrs. F., widow, res 
7th and Chestnut. 

Smith George, barkeeper, 
res I St and Broadway. 

Smith Hermann, butcher with 
Kempf, Chamberlin & Co. 

Smith Joseph, hack driver, 
res 2d and Salem. 

Smith L. F., engineer, res 
Wall and 3d. 

Smith Samuel, hostler with 
N. S. Rose. 

Smithson C. T., clerk with 
G. W. Dorn & Co. 

Smith & Travers, frmrs, 78 
acres. 

Snook Geo., expressman, res 
4th bet Main and Walk 

Sommer C. J. (Hibbard & 
Sornmer), res 3d & Salem 

Spaulding N. J., telegraph 
operator. 

Speigle J. M., farmer, 142 a. 


Spence M. & T., frmrs, 800 
acres, res Chico. 

Springer George, blacksmith 
with Sherwood & Turner. 
Springer Jason & Co., lum- 
ber dealers, SE cor Spear 
and Mission, S. F. 

Sproul Mrs. L. L., asst schl 
tchr Chico public schools, 
res Salem. 

Sproul Mrs. S. M., widow, 
res 6th and Wall. 

Stairley W., book-keeper. 
Stansbury O , physician, res 
Broadway and 2d. f 

Steele Geo., hostler. 

Steele Howard, book-kpr. 
STEENBERGEN P. H., patent 
compound for piles, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Stevenson Fady, homeo- 
pathic physician, 2d andi 
Broadway. | 

Stewart Chas., waiter. Union 
Hotel. 

Stewart F., clerk with C. L. 
Stilson & Co. 

Stewart Geo. H., bookkeeper | 
John Bidwell, res Broadwy i 
and 1st. j 

Stewart Harry, clerk, with: 

C. E. Zwisler. j 

Stewart J. I., watchman. | 
Stigall John, labV, res Wall I 
near 7th. I 

Stillman Giles, frmr, 190 a. I 
STILSON C. L. & CO., hard- 
ware, agricultural imple- 1 
ments, stoves, tinware, ; 
coal, iron, steel and hard- 1 
wood lumber, corner Main 
and 2d. 


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CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 189 


Stilson C. L. (C L. Stilson 
& Co.,) res 5th and Salem. 
Stilson Jas. Me., clerk with 
C. L. Stilson & Co. 
Stirling- Wm., carpenter. 
Strange Benj., farmer, 83 a. 
Striplin B., laborer, Chico 
Gas and Water Works. 
Striplin J., watchman, Chico 
Gas and Water Works. 
Strong Frank B., music tchr, 
boards Chico Hotel. 
Sullanger, teamster. 

Sullivan Cornelius, uphol- 
sterer with Hallet & Loy. 
Sumner Jas., horse trainer, 
with S. L. Daniels. 

Swain A. C., engineer Chico 
Gas and Water Works. 
Swain Mrs. A. E., widow, res 
5 th, bet Sycamore and 
Chestnut 

SWAIN A. T., Sup’t S. F. & 
L. Co., res ist arid Hazel. 
I Swain C. B., clerk with C. L. 
I Stilson & Co. 

Swain O. E., vice principal 
Chico public school, res 
5th St. 

, Swearingen j. B., frmr, 432 a 
Swearingen < >. S., tailor with 
Woods & Walker. 
Swearingen Van, tailor, with 
I Woods & Walker. 

1 Swearingen Wm. W., paintr, 

I res Broadway and Fourth. 
Sweena Lemuel & Son, fmrs, 
794 acres. 

; Sweeney Henry, brickmasn, 
res 9th and Flume. 

1, Sweeney Jas. W., fmr, 200 a 
hj Swepson Cato, hostler. 


Tanfield A., carriage painter, 
Junction. 

Tarrence G W., operator. 
Taylor Mrs. L., fortune teller 
Taylor Wm, capitalist, bds 
Chico Hotel. 

Tharp Wm. M., frmr, no a. 
Thiel A. L., cigars, tobacco, 
news and insurance agt, 2d 
Thomas Mrs , widow. j 

Thomas A., farmer, 160 a. ! 
Thomas A. B. (A. B. 

Thomas & Co.) 

Thomas A. B. & Co., genl 
mdse, Broadway and 2d. 
Thomason Mrs. M. H., 516 
acres. 

Thomason N. A , frmr, 910 a 
Thompson J. A., clerk with 
A. B. Thomas & Co. 
Thomson J. W., butcher with 
Schwein & Petersen. 
Thompson Mrs. L. wid., 
res 7th and Hazel. 
Thompson Ransom, photo- 
grapher ’and physician. 
Main. 

Thorp Wm M., frmr, 160 a 
Thrasher J. A., clerk with 
Woods & Walker. 
Tibbetts Daniel, dairyman, 
Rancho Chico. 

Tibbs Miss M. PL , chamber- 
maid Union Hotel. 
TICKNE8, lUJRNHAMA CO., 
genl mdse, groceiies, dry 
goods and clothing, grain 
and wool, Main and 3d 
Tickner W. A. (Tickner, 
Burnham & Co. ) 

Tilden James, printer Record 
Office. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


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CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


Tilden R., cigars and to- 
bacco, I St and Sycamore. 

Tinker G., blacksmith, Junc- 
tion. 

Titzelljohn, barkeeper Union 
Hotel. 

Trefts Adam (Kempf, Cham- 
berlin & Co.), res 2d and 
Chestnut. 

Trefts C. E. (Kempf, Cham- 
berlin & Co.), 2d and 
Chesnut. 

Trimble J. M. (Clark & 
Trimble.) 

Tuttle S. S., gardner. 

TUTTLE W. N., photograph 
parlors, 2d bet Broadway 
and Main, res 1st near 
Salem. 

Furner A., teamster, res 8th 
and Ivy. 

Turner C. H., machinist with 
Rinehart & Cook. 

Turner Wm. T. (Sherwood 
& Turner), res 4th and 
Chestnut. 

Twitched W. A., teamster, 

Tye Hugh, horseshoer with 
Fargo & Frost. 

Tyrell John, painter, bds 
Chico Hotel. 

UNION HOTEL, Daniels & 
Bean, prop’rs, 3d and 
Main. 

Usher Mrs. W. H., seam- 
stress with Miss Gilley. 

Utterback L. (Parsons &Co) 
res 8th. 

Van , brickmason, res 

8th and Sycamore. 

Van Fossen L., Jr., school 
teacher. 


Van Kirk Mrs. Carrie, wid., 
res Main bet 3d and 4th. 

Vandercook L. E., carpen- 
ter. 

Veal [. T., barkeeper Union 
Hotel. 

Verckler J. J., carpenter and 
landowner, 410 acres, res 
3d and Wall. 

Waddams W. H., gun and 
locksmith, Broadway & 3d 

Wade Edgar F., clerk, with 
J. H. McCormack & Bro., 
res Hazel, bet ist and 2d. 

Wakefield Fred, frmr, 100 a. 

WALBRIHGE M. E., City Ba- 
kery, Broadway, bet 1st 
and 2d. 

Waldenburg Louis, butcher, 
res 3d and Wall. 

Walker Bros., brickmakers. 

Walter C., carpenter, res 5 th 
& Sycamore. 

Walker C. H., (Woods & 
Walker). 

Walker & Co., groceries, 
Broadway. 

Walker }. A. (Walker Bros.) 

Walker 0. (Walker & Co.), 
and landowenr, 754 acres, 
3d bet Hazel & Chestnut. 

Walker S. L., wagon maker. 
Junction. 

Walker W. H., sheep raiser, 
Humboldt road. 

Wallace P. T., fruit man. 
Rancho Chico. 

Walraven G. W. & Co., pic- 
tures and undertkrs. Main. 

Walsh Thomas, harness and 
saddles. Main and 2d. 

Warfield C. A., frmr, 240 a. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



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CHI BUTTE COUNTY CHI 191 


Warren C. G., attorney at 
law, 2d and Main. 

Warren E. A., clerk. 

Warren R. E., candy maker. 

Warfield John A., frmr, 8oa. 

Waste ]., farmer, 380 acres. 

Waterland Miss Ella, seam- 
stress, with Miss Gilley. 

WATERLAND WM., mer- 
chant tailor bet 2d and 3d 
res Wall bet 3d and 4th. 

Watkins J.E., (A. B. Thomas 
& Co.) 

Watts N,, physician, 3d and 
Chestnut 

WattsOscar, horseshoer with 
Allen & Henderson. 

WAUfcrH A. P., pub. and edi- 
tor Daily Butte Record 2d 
bet Main and Broadway, 
res Wall bet 6th and 7th. 

WaylandJ. F , physician and 
landowner, 120 a. 

Wedekind Bud., barkeeper. 

Wedekind Frank, ware- 
houseman with H. B. Da- 
vidson 

Wedekind O. T.. barkeeper 

Wedekind T. J., printer, En- 
terprise Office. 

Weed A. C„ sheep range. 

Weed Jas. O, deputy sheriff. 

Weed & Weed (O. P, and]. 
O.), livery stable. 

Wehr Thos., cook, res cor 
Wall and 2d. 

WEEKLY BUTTE RECORD, 

George H. Crosette, pro- 
prietor and editor, 2d bet 
Main and Broadway. 

Wells C., painter with Rine- 
hart & Cook. 


Wertsbaugher J. C. (John- 
son & Wertsbaugher), res 
3d and Sycamore. 

Wetherbee Ira A., prop’r 
Chico Hotel. 

Wetherbee T., blacksmith. 

White E., farmer, 320 acres. 

White Mrs. E., widow, res 
Salem and 7th. 

White Henry J., frmr, res 5th 
bet Sycamore & Chestnut 

White Miss M. J., private 
school, cor Salem & 7th. 

Whiteside A. R., res Syca- 
more and 6th. 

Whiteside J. B., res Syca- 
more and 6th. 

Whiteside Jennie Miss., asst, 
schl tchr Chico public schl, 
res Main. 

Whittel James, banker. 

Whitten J. V., book keeper 
with Thos. Walsh. 

Wilber J. W., carpenter, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Wilber L. S., clerk. Union 
Hotel. 

Wild Miss E., seamstress, res 
7th and Ivy. 

Wildei Horace, farmer, 120 
acres. 

Wiles J. H., gunsmith with 
W. H. Waddams. 

Williams Mrs., nurse. 

Williams Daul & Co., miners 

Second and Salem Streets, 


CHICO, GAL. 

Heavy and Light Horseshoeing 

IN MOST APPROVED STYLE. 

J. F Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway &. Third Chico. 


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Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farmingr Implements. 


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192 CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 


^Yilliams Frank, waiter with 
Mrs. A. G. Rose 

Williams Geo. E., frmr, 117 
acres. 

Williams Jas. (Schrieber & 
Williams), res Broadway 
bet 1st and 2d. 

Williams W. R., clerk with 
Reilly & Hubbard. 

Williams Louis, barkeeper 
Chico Brewery. 

Willson E. H., book-keeper. 
Bank of Butte Co. 

Willson J. C., clerk with 
Tickner, Burnham & Co. 

Wilson Mrs., music tchr with 
Miss M. J. White. 

Wilson Miss Emma, seam- 
stress, res 3d and Hazel, 

Wilson Miss E. A., schl tchr. 

Wilson Jas , fishmonger^ res 
7th and Wall. 

Wilson Luke, (Shearer & 
Evans). 

Wilson Miss Mary, seamstrs, 
with Miss Gilley. 

Wilson S. W., laborer, res 
6th and Chestnut. 

Wilson William A., printer 
Record office. 

WILSON W. S. B., liquors, and 
Deputy Assessor. 

Winne D. C., barkeeper, res 
2d and Wall. 

Winslow E. P. (Shaw & 
Winslow). 

Winters David, harness mkr, 
res 9th and Salem. 

Wise Wm., tinner, with J. 
F. Newman. 

WITCEL JULIUS, palace bar- 
ber shop. Main near ist. 


Wolter A. O. (Wolter & 
Schetzel). 

WOLTER & SCHETZEL, pro- 
prietors Atlantic saloon. 

WOODMAN REV. J. M., Chico 
Academy, 5th & Chestnut. 

Woods C. H. (Woods & 
Walker). 

Woods Jos., clerk, res Broad- 
way and 5 th, 

WOODS A WALKER, cloth 
ing and furnishing goods, 
2d near Broadway. 

Woodward R. C. W. (Mor- 
ley & Woodward). 

Wooldridge Walter, fmr. 80 a 

Wright H. R. (tenant) tmr, 
237 acres, 3^ miles north 
of Chico, 160 acres, 2 
miles south of Chico. 

Wright W. A., teamster, res 
7th and Hazel. 

Wyndham A. C., barber with 
B. Henderson. 

Wynn Wm., horse trainer, 
with S. L. Daniels. 

Yopp Frank, farmer, 160 a. 

Young B. F., carpenter, res 
7th near Flume. 

Young James, bookkeeper 
with Reilly & Hubbard. 

Young O. N., carpenter, res 
7th and Orient. 

ZADIK F., boots and shoes. 
Main bet ist and 2d. 

Ziehn C., barber, 2d. 

Zwisler C. El, dry goods,Main 
bet 2d and 3d. 

ZWISLER E. H., M. D., phys- 
ician and surgeon, 2d abve 
Main. 


Miss M. J. Pntnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts . , Marysville. 



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CHI BUITE COUNTY. CHI 


ISAAC BURK, 

Wine Rooms^ 

i 

I 

SECOND STREET. 

Clxico, C0-a.aa.t3r, Ca. 1 - 

B. D. FIjYIGAM, 

3iv€al!®g Sajooa, 

DEALER IN 

'W'laa.es, XJ3Lq.^3.ors a,aaca. Cigrars, 
MAIN STREET, CHICO, CAL. 

NEW YORK STABLE, 

Corner Fourth and Main Sts., 

cmco, 

Baggies and Saddle Horses 

AT REASONABLE RATES. 

Horses Boarded by the Day, Week 
or Month. 

A supply of Hay, Barley and Feed on hand. 
FINNEG.A-lSr & HALL, Proprietors. 

J. G. NEUBARTH, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of 



Broadway, bet. Third and Fonrth, 

CHICO, CAL. 

W. s. B. WILSON, 

DEALER IN 

Liquors and Cigars, 

SI'^SEET', CSICO- 



M. E. WALBRIDGE, Proprietor. 


Bread, Pies and Cakes ! 

<3-ood. and. Fresli. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

Cigars, Coufectionerj, Etc. 

Broadway, bet. First and Second, 

CHICO, CAL. 

JULIUS WITCEL, 

Palace Barber Shop, 

Next Door to Alhambra Saloon, 



AND A CLEAN SHAVE GUARANTEED. 


O-ive a Oall. 



THIS SCHOOL, LOCATED IN 


CA-Xj., 

Was Established iaa. 1863. 

TERM OF STUDY from AUGUST TO JUNE. 

Board and Tuition upon the most reasonable terms. 
^ For particulars, address 

REV. OR MRS. J. M. WOODMAN, 
CHICO, CAL. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentiyt, cor. Second imd Broadway. Chico. 


HALLBT & LOY Sell Window Shadow, Picture Frames and Window C<^rnice (ChicQ^ Cal.) 


TICKNER BUZ^HAM & Oo., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell EvcrythingSCheap 


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BUTTE COUNTY. 


CHI 



DEALER IN 

■^77"a-tcl:Les, Cloclszs, Te“^xrelr 3 r, 

NO. 5 MAIN STRE ET, CH ICO. BUTTE COUNTY. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired. JEWELRY made to Order 


omoo Btti 

CHARLES CROISSAJYT, Rroprirtor. 

Eroa.d."wa,37- arLd. EigfliLtliL Sts. 


Orders from the Country Solicited and Filled with Dispatch. 

THE FINEST 

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S. L. DANIELS. JA('K. HEAN- 


PROPRIETORS OF THE 



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CMICO, CAIj. 


Free Omnibus to the House from all Trains. 

E. A. Harrington,' Paints, Oils and GIa8s,27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD He SOMMER Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


CHI BUITE COUNTY CHI 



Proprietor, 

AND 


DAILY BUTTE RECORD, 

FROPEIETOR, 



THIS PAPER IS NOW IN ITS 



PLACING IT 

AMONG THE OLDEST PAPERS IN THE STATE I 


THE RECORD circulates through Butte and surrounding counties, 
making it a fine medium for business men WISHING to ADVERTISE 
in that section. 



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Hoil |i98iit8i |U|atel| aaS |aifaal9l ta |lv8 |atf$li6Uea. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Pliimber.& Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALItET & LOT^Sell Sewing^ Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Chic6 Plow Works Warrant all Thair Wark. 


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Job Work attended to at all times. Orders from the country filled. 

S'Z’^^E:BTS, CHICO 



Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, 
Trunks, Valises, Gloves, Etc., 


Second Street, opp. Bank of Butte Co., Chico, Col. 

MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY. 


miss HI. J. Putnam Hlilluiery, Cor. Fourth mid D Sts. , Marysville. 




HlfidARiD & SOMMER, Chico, Raper Rorder Picture Prames. Vases. 


CHI BUTTE COUNTY. CHI 



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Colusa and Tehama Counties. It is 



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complete with all the 

Latest: Styles ol'Type, tog^etlier- >vitli I^owei- 
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G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlnmery, Chico 


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BUTTE COUNTY. 


CHI 


Z^IDZIEZ, 

DEALER IN 

l®®ws S 0 iB®aa. 

Lesither and Finding's. 

Sole Agent for Northern California for EDWIN 
C. BURT’S Fine Shoes, and SAM’L DUNBAR 
& COMPANY. 

MAIIN STREET, 

CHICO, CAL. 


J. N. AMBROSE, 

General Painter 

PAINTING, GRAINING, SIGN- 
WRITING, PAPER-HANG- 
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Hl^i^ARD & SOMMER, Chico, Books of History, travel, Romance, Etc., 



DAY BUTTE ( 

COUNTY. (xRA 199 


Dayton. 

(P. O. Grainland.) 

Durham, 

P. 0. A station on the California 
& Oregon Eailroad, 18 miles north- 
west of Oroville. 

Durham G. W., frmr, 300 a. 
Durham W. W., frmr, 732 a 
Turner R. M., frmr, 436 a. 

For best own, 

P. 0. Situated in the foot-hills, 
twenty-two miles east of Oroville. 

Birch Edmond, frmr, 157 a. 
Birmingham Thos. & Co., 
miners. 

Braddock D. W., schl tchr. 
CARTLAND WM., hotel and 
livery stable. 

Clark H. P'., genl mdse, 20 a 
Dodson & Co., farmers, 48 a 
Jordan B. B., farmer, 200 a 
Karsner James H., physi- 
cian. 

Lassly Ira, stock raiser and 
hotel. 

Lirezly John, carpenter and 
undertaker. 

McKensey & Co., frmrs, 40a 
Milligan J. S., farmer, 160 a. 
Morse, Knox & Co., frmrs, 70 
' acres. 

Schultz J. F., frmr, 90 acres. 
Sherrer G. W., farmer, 160 a 
Thompson William, miner, 
40 acres. 

G-rainland, 

P. 0. Twenty miles northwest of 

Oroville^ in a fine agricultural dis- 
trict. 

Bassett Willard, frmr, 158 a. 
Bateman Mrs. Amanda, frmr, 
26 acres. 

Boucher A. M., frmr, 181 a. 
Boucher J.& M., frmrs, 175 a 
Boucher Josiah, frmr, 297 a. 
Bowers John, frmr i.Poo a. 
Boydstom R. \^^, frmr, 277 
acres. 

Boydstom Mrs. S. A., 160 a. 
Cartwright E. J., frmr, 615 a. 
Cartwright & FVitten, frmrs, 
243 acres. 

Coon Allen T., farmer, 74 a. 
Coon Sarah, 156 acres. 

Coon Wm., farmer, 234 a, 
Cory W. T., farmer, 153 a. 
Dibble A. M., farmer, 317 a. 
Fimple R. R., farmer, 256 a. 
Fimple Thos. V.. frmr, 206 a 
Freeland Thomas, frmr, 68 a 
Fritter J. P., farmer, 91 acres. 
Fritter J. W., farmer, 37 a. 
Goodspeed R. C., frmr, 640. 
Gray Geo., farmr, 120 acres. 
Gray Malon, frmr, 663 acres. 
Gray Samuel, farmer, 236 a. 
Greenbaum O., frmr, 309 a. 
Hansen Peter, farmer, 160 a. 
Hewitt & Hanson, fmrs, 307 
Hewitt John, farmer, 1 18 a. 
Hulen D. H., farmer, 320 a. 
Humphrey K. P., school tchr. 
Moore J, T., farmer, 120 a. 
Mott Wm., farmer, 157 a. 
Nelson J. M., farmer, 148 a. ; 
Pratt 0. C., farmer, 10,000 a - 
Pratt W. D., farmer, 18 a. 
Riley Robert, frmr, 1 1 3 a. 

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Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico* 


200 (;ri butte county. gri 


Rodgers Thos., frmr, 458 a. 
Snider John, frmr, 160 acres. 
Spencer J. A., farmer, 240 a. 
Stevens W. C., frmr, 600 a. 
Sutliff Lenora W., 160 a. 
Swearingen John, fmf, 226 a. 
Troxel J., farmer, 720 acres. 
Turner R. M.. frmr, 1,925 a. 
Van Fleet, Geo., frmr, 356. 
West J. G., farmer, 454 a. 
Wright Robert, frmr, 531 a. 

G-ridley, 

P. 0. Twelve miles northwest of 
Marysville, on the California & Ore- 
gon Railroad. A very prosperous 
and growing town of several hun- 
dred inhabitants. It is the shipping 
and trading point for an extensive 
agricultural community. 

Armstrong Miss Minnie, 
music teacher. 

Baker Robt, farmer, 100 a. 
Beebe Jas., well boring. 

Belty Mrs. S. C., frmr, 153 a 
Bertelsen Albert, liquors. 
Bigelow Franklin, frmr, 280 a 
Bigelow John B., frmr, 160 a 
Bigelow M. J., frmr, 150 a. 
Block Henry, farmer, 640 a.' 
Bloomfield Geo., bricklayer 
and plasterer. 

BOYLES & EVANS, genl mdse 
and farmers, 1,591 acres. 
Boyles, Evans & Greeti, 
'farmers, 3,374 acres. 
Boyles J. M. (Boyles & 
Evans), 1,360 acres. 

Brown A. & Son, frmrs, 480 
acres. 

Brown L. K., farmer, 202 a. 
Brown & Turner, meat mkt. 


Brown Wm. (Brown & Tur- 
ner), meat market. 

Brown & Willkerson, frmrs, 
340 acres. 

Brown W. R., farmer, 350 a. 
Brumfield W. A., bricklayer. 
Burke W m., laborer. 

Burke Wm. H., wagon mkr. 
Burkley Mrs. J. G., schl tchr, 
Campbell A. W., frmr, 700 a 
Campbell G. R., frmr, 80 a. 
Camplin E, G., physician. 
Cams C. D., with Rogers & 
Carus. 

Chapman Chas. W., trmr 1 60 
Cliffman Charles, frmr, 640 a. 
Cole Brackett, carpenter. 

Cox Thomas, farmer, 100 a. 
Crain James A., supervisor. 
Crain Julia, 400 acres. 

Crusie Jacob, farmer, 1,280 
acres, and hotel. 

Dahler Eugene, clerk. 
Denney Peter, capitalist. 
Doan A. C., laborer. 

Doane John, blacksmith. 
Durley John, farmer, 320 a. 
Eaton B. B. (Eaton & Sooy) 
Eaton & Sooy, carpenters. 
Ehrenfeld C., carpenter. 
ELLISON ANDREW, saddles 
and harness maker. Hazel 
Emmet E., bookkeeper Grid- 
ley Mills. 

English L,, laborer. 

Evans J. A. ( Boyles & Evans) 
farmer, 160 a. 

Fagan Edward, frmr, 1,100 
acres. 

Eairburn Wm., farmer, 20 a. 
Fleming S., manager lumber 
yard. 


Stsa« tto,. OttautA OlBc«, CU«m*, fi. A. BkrrteirtQn, Genera Mpt |1| 



IMIP I 

HIBBARD A SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1>000 Watches in 8 Tears. 


GRI BUTTE COUNTY. GRI 2ci 


Fleming T. R., lumber, res 


Biggs 

Fogarty M., frmr, 93 acres. 
France J. K., physician. 
Franks W., engineer, Grid- 
ley Mills. 

Fredricks J. L., frmr, 280 a 
Furst C. P., attorney at law. 
Galbreath James, frmr, 240 a 
Gilpatrick, J. T., frmr, 160 a. 
Grocier John, laborer. 

Gray B. D., frmr, 302 acres. 
GRIDLEI G. W., capitalist, 
30,000 acres. 

GRIDLEY HOTEL, Ed. F. 

Taylor, proprietor. 

Gridley & Stone, flour mills, 
and warehouse. 

Hackett Frederick, school 
teacher. 

Hays John, farmer, 120 a. 
Hegarty VVm., laborer. 
Heintser M. G. A., fmr, 160. 
Henshaw G. W., clerk and 
insurance agent. 

Herron Henry, carpenter. 
Hobson Jesse, farmer, 380 a. 
Holliday Trotter, frmr, 465 a. 
Hopkins Thomas S., miner. 
Hubbs Adam, frmr. 360 a. 
Humphrey David, frmr, 160 a 
Hunter W. C., liquors. 

Huff O., frmr, 440 a. 

Jeffrey Samuel, farmer, 
miles southwest of Gridley 
Krusick Jacob L., frmr, 1,280 
acres. 

Kurtz C. A., barkeeper. 

Lam W. T., frmr., 240 acres. 
Landers J., miner. 

LANGLEY WM., liquors. 
Lawlor Wm., laborer. 


Ledbetter Berry, frmr, 1 60 a. 

Lewis Geo. M., frmr, 480 a. 

Lewis J. G.. butcher. 

Lewis Wesley, farmer. 

Long R. C., attorney at law. 

Lorton Frank, farmer, 360 a. 

Lowry G. R. blacksmith. 

Maul Philip, boot maker 

McMillan W. R , laborer. 

McNeil B. H., (Tibbetts & 
McNeil) and landowner, 
320 acres. 

Miller A., farmer, 309 acres. 

MOESCH FRED G., tobacco 
nuts, candy and stationery, 
Virginia street. 

Morriton E., farmer, 552 a. 

Mould Wm., farmer, 312 a. 

Mullen M., farmer, 320 acres. 

Mumby John, farmer, 20 a. 

Mumby Wm., wagon maker, 
with Rodgers & Cams. 

Murphy James, laborer. 

Meyers C. H., farmer, 320 a. 

Nance Mrs. B. F., 215 acres. 

Nelson Mary E., frmr, 80 a. 

Noble Frank, Sup’t Gridley 
Mills. 

NORMAN GEO. H., druggist, 
dentist and justice of peace 

Onstott Wm.. farmer, 430 a. 

Osborn D., farmer, 51 acres. 

Osborn David A., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Osborn Rebecca, 40 acres. 

Palmer R. H., farmer, 7 a. 

Parks Bros. & Shaeffer,frmrs 
4,800 acres. 

Parks J, M., clergyman 
(Methodist.) 

Payne Mrs. Margaret, res- 
taurant. 


J.N.MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


Dry Goods' Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM 8t Co’s, 


G. Xff. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlumery, Chico 


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(iRl BUTTE 


Pearson Geo , horseshoer 
with Rodgers & Cams. 

PECK W. D., propV Gridley 
Livery and Feed Stable. 

Phillips Mrs., schl tchr. 

Philips L H., gardener and 
nursery. 

PHILLIPS THOMAS, physi 
cian and surgeon. 

Plymire Samuel, frmr, 375 a. 

Porter Bros,, carpenters and 
cabinet makers. 

Porter J. L., (Porter Bros.) 

Porter J. W. (Porter Bros.) 

Price J. N,, liquors. 

QUIMBY C. S., farmer, 154 
acres, and meat market. 

Richard C. A., farmer, 480 a. 

Richards V. P., farmer, 311a, 
and school teacher. 

Riehl Eugene, frmr, 400 a. 

Riley G. W., farmer, 400 a. 

Robbins Geo. W., waiter. 

Robbins W. S., barber. 

Robinson Chas., frmr, 313 a. 

Robinson James, frmr, 160 a. 

Robinson John, frmr, 300 a. 

Robinson Mary E., 160 a. 

Robinson Robert, fmr, 160 a. 

Robinson Wm., farmer, 80 a. 

RODGERS & CARUS, wagon 
makers, blacksmiths and 
horseshoers. 

Rodgers W. R., (Rodgers & 
Cams). 

Roof N., farmer, 126 acres. 

Ryan James, liquors. 

Sala E. H., fireman. 

Scharfenburg John, fmr, 500. 

Schimpel L., bootmaker. 

SCHORR JACOB, Philadelphia 
saloon, and farmer, 400 a. 


COUNTV. GRl 


Servis Bros., farmers, 160 a. 

Servis Uriah, farmer. 

Shabrean , clergyman, 

(Methodist). 

Shaeffer F. A., fmr, 4,000 a. 

Sligar Amanda, 160 acres. 

Sligar Joseph, farrner, 400 a. 

Sligar T. J., farmer, 232 a. 

Smith Geo., farmer, 830 a. 

Smith J. B., harvester. . 

Sooy Thos. (Eaton & Sooy). 

Spence M. & T., fmrs, 1,500a 

Spires G. W., farmer, 160 a. 

Stearns G. N., house, sign & 
carriage painter. 

Steffins John H., farmer, 40 a 

Stewart A. D , frmr, 160 a. 

Stiles Edmund, drayman. 

Stiles P>ank, musician. 

Stiles R. D., farmer. 

Stiles Robert N., barkeeper. 

STORY F. F., furniture, bed- 
ding, upholstery, station- 
ery and undertaking. 

STONE L. C., general mer- 
chandise, agent C. P. R. 

R., W. F. & Co., Hart- ' 
ford Fire Insurance Co. 

Sturges Wallace, broom- ] 
maker. 

TAYLOR ED. F., proprietor | 
Gridley Hotel. 

Taylor R. E., farmer, i6oa. j 

Tuttle D. R., farmer, 150 a. 

Thomas George, farmer. 

Thresher Columbia, fmr, 736 
acres. 

Thresher M.* C., frmr, 742 a. 

Tibbetts Jas. (Tibbetts & 


McNeil.) 

Tibbetts & McNeil, agents 
Stover windmills. 


E. A. Harrington, Faints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD A SOMMBR. Chico. Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases 


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Tinker C. M. Mrs., tailoress. 

Trainer W., prop’r glove fac- 
tory. 

Turner L. A., frmr, 388 a. 

Turner R. M. farmer, 960 a. 

Turner T. A , farmer, 388 a. 

Turner Wm. (Brown & Tur- 
ner) , meat market. 

Vanfossen Levi, farmer and 
genl mdse, 294 acres. 

Vanfossen T. E,, frmr, 320 "a 

Vinson J. E., broom factory 
and livery stable. 

Walsh Chas. J., agt W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Walsh Walter, clerk. 

Ware Barbara, frmr, 120 a. 

Warmick J. W., schl tchr. 

Webb & Bro., frmr, 480 a. 

Welch Wm. & Son, farmers, 
I 000 acres. 

Wemple H. A., frmr, 240 a. 

Wharton Rev. H„ clergy- 
man (Methodist.) 

Wharton H. C. & Bro., genl 
mdse and drugs, 

Wharton J. E. P. (H. C. 
Wharton & Bro.) 

Wharton John, frmr and genl 
mdse, 160 acres. 

Will H., blacksmith. 

Williams Jacob, frmr, 160 a. 

Will Wm., blacksmith. 

Wilson Newton, frmr, 2,000 
acres. 

Young John C., frmr, 230 a, 
RODGERS & CARUS, 

Blacksmiths, Wagonmakers and 
Horseshoers, 

Dealers in Header Wagons, etc. 

GRIDLEY, CAL. 


WM. LANGLEY 

PROPRIETOR 


GOOD LIQUOHS, 

riioice Wines, Fine Cigars! 

JIRIDI.EY, CAL. 

JACOB SCHORR, 

PHIL ABEL PHI A 

Lapr Beer Dfinotli Saloon 

GOOD LIQUORS, NICE BAR. ' 

GRIDLEY, CAL. 

Come and See for Yourself ! 

Gridley Hotel 

ED. F. TAYLOR, - Proprietor. 
First-Class House. 


Table Supplied with the 
Best in the Market. 

COMFORTABLE AND AIRY ! 

Cl-ricile3r, Oaul. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plamber.& Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


BALLET & LOY Shewing- Machines, ^Needles, O^s and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 



Plows a Specialty^i Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints. Oils and Glass, Chico. 


BUTTE COUN I’Y. 


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DEALER IN 

FDRNITIE, BEDDING, 

Sta.ticrLex3r, 

UNDERTAKING ! ! 

GRIDLEY, CAL* 

Inskip, 

P. 0. Forty-two miles north of' 
Oroville. 

Marquis G. G., frmr, 160 a 
Turner J. N., frmr, 320 acres. 

Lovelock, 

P. 0. Thirty miles north of Oro- 
ville. 

Bare John, miner, 

Bomerat Victor, frmr, i 60 a. 
Hasty Lillie, schl tchr. 

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Magalia, 

P. O Twenty-five miles north of 
Oroville. 

Bader John, farmer, 156 a. 
Baker D. L., farmer, 80 acres 
Ballen Mrs. 

Becker P. T., farmer, 160 a. 

Bray , schl tchr. 

Bronagan John, frmr, 160 a. 
Bunnell A. W., frmr, 160 a, 
Comstock E. S., farmer, 80 a 
Doon M., farmer, 366 acres. 
Elliott Jacob, farmer, 160 a. 
Erwin B. R., farmer, 160 a. 
Ferguson A, T., frmr, 160 a. 


I Floyd Mrs ,. schl tchr. 

Gray Sheldon, farmer, 80 a. 
Hankin P. H., Sup"t J. Dix | 
Co-op. Mining Co. [ 

Henderson S. W., frmr,. 320 
acres. 

Herr Julius, farmer, 80 ^cres. 
Hodopp H. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Holder H. C., farmer, 80 a. 
Holder John, farmer, 8 acres. 
Hoose H. C., farmer, 160 a. 
Haskins E., farmer, idoacres 
Howard Chas., frmr, 160 a. 
Hupp John, farmer, 725 a. 
Jarhoe B. J., farmer, 160 a. 
Jones T. B., farmer, 160 a. 
Long F'red, farmer, 160 a. 
Loot Chas. F., miner. 

Lowe David, farmer, 160 a. 
Maurice A., miner. 

Miller E., farmer, 160 acres. 
Miller Geo. F., farmer, 80 a. 
Miller James, farmer, 137 a. 
McClellan SAMUEL, frmr. 

160 acres, county assessor. 
McDowell Chas.. frmr, 80 a. 
Nagle Daniel, miner. 

Nolin S., frmr, 160 a. 

Powers J. E., frmr, 160 a. 
Richardson C. E.,frmr, 160 a. 
Richardson J.C.,frmr, 240 a. 
Rucker A. G, frmr, 40 a. 
Saterlee A. B., frmr, 160 a. 
Skipper Gold Mining Co. 
Stetson N., frmr, 160 acres. 
Stevens W. M., frmr, 240 a. 
Strong Henry M., fmr, 240 a. ! 
Tate Alex., farmer, 160 a. 
Ware John, farmer, 160 a. 
Welch J. W., farmer, 4 acres. 
Worley S. I.,. frmr, 160. 


ZKliss im. J. Pntnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 


XfIBBAnO dhi<i0 Jewelers Stationers and 


MOO RUTTE COUNTY. MOO 205 


Moore’s Station, 

P. (). Twelve miles north of Marys- 
ville on the California Northern 

Railroad. 

Babcock A* B* T., frmr, 480 
acres. 

Babcock J. W., frmr, 480 a. 

Babcock M. A., frmr, 80 a. 

Burdick Mrs. C. J., 806 a. 

BURDICK L. M., farmer, 789 
acres. 

Blood R., liquors. 

GOODELL R. W., farmer, 560 
acres. 

Gough Thomas, blacksmith. 

Gould & F'orbes, frmrs, 1,224 
acres. 

Harmon Philip, frmr, 240 a. 

Keitte John, farmer, 264 a. 

Kirkpatrick Daniel, liquors. 

McKinney, G. R., frmr, 160 a. 

Mead Michael, hotel. 

MERRILL DANIEL P., gen- 
eral merchandise, and far- 
mer, 160 acres. 

Moore John C., fmr, 1,000 a. 

Savage A. B., farmer, 160 a. 

Shaw , school teacher. 

Upham Jabez, frmr and sheep 
raiser, 330 acres. 

Wood Nathan, frmr, 600 a. 


Nelson, 

P. O. A station on the California 
A Oregon Railroad, ten miles west ot 
Oroville. 


ACKERMAN GEORGE, Nel 
son meat market. 
AMBROUSE J. N,, painter. 
Bales C. J., farmer, 480 acres 


Barnes T G., constable. 

Bruton S. J., restaurant. | 

Burr J. R., farmer, 320 a. ■ 

Burroughs Geo. (J. W. Me- i 
Intosh & Co.) 

Cobb & White, farmers. 

Delavan Leander, black- 
smith. 

Dockery R. ¥ , genl mdse. 

DOWNING JA 31 ES W., cigars, 
tobacco, varieties and bar- 
ber shop. 

DUNBAR CHAS. C., wagon- 
maker. 

Erskine Abiel, laborer. 

Fitzpatrick James, boot- 
maker. 

Gimmel Robt, blacksnlth 
and wagon maker. 

HARDING BR 08 . (I. L. &H. 
C.), proprietors Harding 
House. 

Helphinstine B. N,, farmer. 

Helphinstine & Rush, frmrs, 

2 90 acres. 

Hempel Adolph, butcher. 

Holman S. A., schl tchr. 

Jones A. F., laborer. 

Keagle C. H. clerk. 

Lander Bernard, Deputy Co. 
Assessor and land owner, 

1 60 acres. 

McCoy Henry, blacksmith. 

McGranahan H. C., farmer, 
80 acres. 

McIntosh J. T., farmer. 

McIntosh J. W. (J. W. Mc- 
Intosh & Co.), and post- 
master. 

McIntosh j. w. a co., genl i 

mdse and agricultural im- 
plements. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico.^ 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Gxass. Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Calrj 


TICKNER BURNHAra & Co., Mtain and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything Cheap 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


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BUTTE COUNl'Y. 


NEL 


I McIntosh L. A., agt VV. F. & 

! Co. and book-kpr with J. 
W. McIntosh & Co. 

McIntosh L. H., frmr. 1,200 
acres. 

Nelson A. D. & Son, frmrs, 
1,134 acres. 

Nelson G. C, frmr, 1,543 

Pennycook Robt, barkeeper. 

Pixley Adelbert. liquors. 

Richardson J. C., frmr, 240 a 

Ruggles E. S , farmer, 320 a. 

Schulz Chas., butcher. 

SHILLING EMIL, dealer in 
and man’ftr of tinware. 

SHILLING J. S., blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Smith F. O., farmer, 49 a. 

Smith M. J., farmer. 

Stevens A. B., frmr and jus- 
tice of peace, 1 60 acres. 

IVuxell J. D., farmer, 160 a. 

Turner R. M., frmr, 1,000 a. 

Van Ness H. J., carpenter. 


Van Syckle Henry, farmer, 
320 acres. 

Wentworth S, A., agt C. P. 

R. R. & W. U. Tel. Co. 
White Emmons, farmer. 
Wood Wm., blacksmith. 
Worth George, frmr, 205 a. 


GEORGE .iCKERMAN, 

Meal irtat ! ! 

Fresh Beef, Mutton. Pork, 

cSdc_, cSsc-, cSoc- 

On hand to supply families and*^ 
farmers at reasonable terms. 

NELSON, - - - CAL. 


J. N. AMBROUSE, 

Creneral Painter 

PAINTING, GRAINING, SIGN- 
WRITING, PAPER-HANG- 
ING, WALL COLORING, 

And anything in the Painting line* 
NELSON, CAL. 


J. W. McIntosh. 


W» ®s 


Geo. Burroughs- 
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-DEALERS IN- 


General Merchandise, 

A-CHIKTESH. Y 


-AND- 


Farming Implements! 


3SrE331jS03^T, CA-Xj 


Produce Taken in Exchange for Good^ and the 
Highest Price Paid. 


Colusa Stage Co., rreneral Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Snpt 



Hibbard & SOMMER, Chico, Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


NEL BUTTE COUNTY. NEE 



errata aid lBapI,®m©at8. 

Proprietor IsTPHLiSOlsr t:^-^PEI3:o-CTSE! 

ALSO, LIVERY AND FEED STABLE, 

i Nelson, Cal. 

iHARDmG HOUSE! 

I HABDING BROS., Proprietors. 

I r'irs't - Hotjlso- 

CHOICE BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS kept at the Bar. 


Farmers of BUTTP] and adjoining counties and the Traveling Public 
will find this House a Good Place to stop. 



Dealer' in and Manufacturer of 



IjiIIM of All Ms, ii ly Liao, Atteailefl lo. 



i AND 

jWAGON- MAKER! 


JOBBING of all kinds attended to Promptly and on Reasonable 
Terms. WAGONS of all kinds MADE TO ORDER. 

I NELSON, CAL. 

• J F« Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chice. 


The Furniture House ot Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal, 



Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G W. GRAVES, Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


208 


NOR 


BUl'IE eOUNlY. 


NOR 


Nord, 


P. O Thirty-two miles northwest 
of Oroville. on the California cS: Ore- 
<>^on Railroad. 


Allen R. H.*, school teacher. 

Austin G. H-., farmer, 160 a. 

Barnard A. M., livery stable. 

Bennett Henry, blacksmith, 
with Haughton & Carmen. 

Bennett J. W., farmer, 460 a. 

Bennett J. N. & M. J., frmrs, 
2.785 acres. 

Bragg S. G., farmer, 442 a. 

Brison Susan, farmer, 3 1 1 a. 

Burk D, J., liquors. 

Burk John, laborer. 

Carmen Albert (Haughton 
& Carmen). 

Clark J. B., farmer, 350 a, 

Clark O. L., farmer, 363 a. 

COLBY G. W., (Colby, Pond 
& Co„) postmaster, farmer 
and stock raiser, on 1 8,000 
acres, in five counties. 

COLBY, POND & CO., general 
merchandise, agents W. F. 
& Co’s Express, C. P. R. 
R., W. U. Telegraph Co. 

Crowder D. F. & Z. T., 
farmers, 396 acres. 

Crowder G C., farmer, 157 a. 

Curry John, (Curry & Smith) 

Curry & Smith, farmers. 

Darge William, farmer, 560 a. 

Daugherty G. C., frmr, 263 a. 

Daugherty H. C., frmr, 240 a. 

Dewey Wm. H., operator. 

Elliot C. E., farmer, 176 a. 

Elliot G. W., farmer, 316 a. 

Elliot W. S., farmer, 477 a. 

Fox P. B. Jr., farmer, 202 a. 


Fox P. B. Sr., farmer, 560 a. 

Hall Mrs. Maggie, steward- 
ess Nord Hotel. 

Haughton & Carmen, frmrs, 
2 miles west of Nord. 

Haughton J. R., (Haughton 
& Carmen). 

Hindman J. T., barkeeper. 

Holt W. C., carpenter. 

Horn W. H., harnessmaker. 

Keefer J. L.. frmr, 3,867 a. 

Kern Peter J., frmr, 240 a, 
2 miles NE of Nord. 

Kuney Mrs. Hannah, 156 a. 

LANG M. H., boot and shoe 
maker, candies, tobacco, 
cigars, varieties. 

Lein inger John, Jr., frmr, 408 
acres. 

Leininger Joseph, frmr, 275 
acres. 

Leininger Obadiah, frmr, 360 
acres. 

Lemm Chris., frmr, 385 acres 

Lucas A. J., house painter. 

Lukin Frank, painter. 

McCargar Mrs. L. A., widow 

McCargar Sam’l, frmr, 480 a 

Morgan John H., frmr, 560 a 

Morse A. L., clerk Nord 
Hotel. 

Mungar T. L., farmer, 160 a. 

Mungar Jr., L. & W., frmrs, 
320 acres. 

Mills L., blacksmith and gun 
repairer. 

Newell W. H., book-keeper. 

Olmsbee M. D., clerk. 

Padeu Joseph W., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Peck James, painter. 

Pettit Chas., farmer, 200 a, 


Colusa Stasre Co., General Office, Colusa, B. A. Harrington, General Snpt. 


HIBBARD 8c SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1 >000 Watches in 8 Ycars^ 


ORO HUTTF. COUNTY. ORO 209 

Phillips F., farmer, 158 acres. 
POND C. L., notary. 

Randolph J. ti., butcher. 
Rautz Wrn., farmer, 196 a. 
Ringland James, ferryman. 
Sagar Stephen, painter. 

Scott Caleb, farmer, 301 a. 
Sessions M. C., farmer, 886a. 
Skates Mathew, laborer. 
Smith Mrs. M. ]., 160 acres. 
Smith T. M (Curry & Smith) 
Smith W. H. H., frmr, 100 a. 
Tetrean W. A., blacksmith. 
Thomas Allen, farmer, 160 a 

Thrower Mrs. Nancy, 31 1 a- 
Turner VV. H. farmer, 480 a. 
VanWort George, fmr, 158 a 
Van Woert Wm.,frmr5 312 a. 
Vettel Adam, farmer, 530 a. 
Vettle Bros , farmers, 500 a. 
Vettle Frank (Vettle Bros.) 
Vettle George (Vettle Bros) 
Vettle Wm. (Vettle Bros.) 
Weaver William, frmr, 1 29 a. 
Wilson C. L. Jr., farmer. 
Wilson C. L., frmr, 4,500 a. 
Wilson Geo. J., fisherman. 
Wright A. T., blacksmith. 

COLBY, POND & CO., 

Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Dry Goods, Fancy 
Goods Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Trunks, 
Valises, Paints, Oils, Glass, Tohacco, 
Cutlery, 

Agents W. F. & Go’s Express, G. P. R. R., W. U. Telegraph Go. and 
Post Office, NORD, Butte Go,, Gal. G. L. POND, Notary Public. 

Oroville, 

P 0. and county seat, twenty-eight 
miles north of Marysville, and on 
the east bank of Feather river. The 
Northern California Railroad con- 
nects it with Marysville. Oroville 
: became a town in 1855. during tha 
early mining excitement, and rapidly 
grew to be a place of importance, 
many expensive brick and fireproof 
buildings being erected. It is now 
a very prosperous place, and a large 
volume of business is annually trans- 
acted, the agricultural country on 
the west, and the rich mining inter- 
jests on the east paying tribute to it. 
Several stage lines leave here for all 
parts of the mountains. One news- 
paper, the Mercury, is published 
Vveekly by W m. Demott, proprietor. 

Abbey Daniel, frmr, i,o8o a 
Achuff J. N., physician. 
Adams J. E., carpenter. 
Adams John (Adams &Kroe- 
ger), Huntoon. 

Adams & Kroeger, meat mkt. 
Allen Jas., stockraiser, i6oa. 
Allen John, miner. 

Allen Thomas, blacksmith. 
Allman Frederick, laborer. { 
Alverson C. S., miner. 
Andrews James, fruit-grower, 
160 acres. 

Ankeny Joseph, carpenter. 
Anthony A., barkeeper. 
Anthony Joseph, wagon mkr 


J« N. MO AD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOT Soli Window Giass, Mirror Platoc and Mirrors, Chico, Calo 


Dry Goods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, Ch!co 


i 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perinmery, Chico 


ORO 


BUTTK COUN'rV. 


ORO 


Anthony Max, barber. 

Armstrong R. B., medical 
student. 

Arnaha Thos., farmer, 240 a. 

Arnold Gustav, wood chop 
per. 

Aslakson Aseph, frmr, 160 a. 

Atchinson T. A., Deputy 
Co. Recorder. 

Baker Charles L., toll-kpr. 

Baldwin L. J., barkeeper. 

Barber Robert C., manufac- 
turer hydraulic pipe. 

Bartz M., pipemaker. 

Bateman V. A., teamster. 

Beale John, farmer, 60 acres. 

Becker F. J., guns and gun- 
smith. 

Behre C. H , brickmason. 

Bell H.C. (Bell & La Monte) 

BELL & LA MONTE, grocery 
and provisions, Mont’y. 

Benjamin Hette, cook. 

Benken Mrs. E., 80 acres. 

Bennett Charles (Bennett & 
F'eatherstone.) 

Bennett & Beatherstone, 
draymen. 

Bigelow L. S., mining sup’t. 

Billetter Martin, frmr, 152 a. 

Bills R. M. C., stock raiser, 
160 acres. 

Bird H., undertaker. 

Blossom. Wm., blacksmith. 

Bly Mary, widow. 

Bohlen Theodore, wagon 
maker. 

Bomgarten Kate, cook. 

Bornhauser C., brewer. 

Bottyer Mrs. John, groceries, 
res Thompson’s Flat. 

Bowden James, capitalist. 


Bowden Maggie, widow. 

Boyle J. C., carpenter. 

Boyle Peter, miner. 

Boynton Kate, schl tchr. 

Boynton S. S., principal Oro- 
ville public school, res 
Montgomery. 

Braceland Thomas, laborer. 

Braden Jas., salesman. 

Brager A. L., gardener, 160 
acres. 

Brandt C. D , clerk. 

Braselton C. A. frmrs, 160 a. 

Braselton & Evans, frmrs, 160 
acres. 

Braselton J. D., sheep raiser, 
160 acres. 

Bray W., schl tchr. 

Breeden Romeo, hostler. 

Brennan Wm., laborer. 

Breten Wm, bootblack. 

Brinckmeyer Henry, carpen- 
ter. 

Brock J. M. (Brock & 
Taber;) 

BROCK & TABER, hardware, 
tinware and crockery, man- 
ufacturer hydraulic pipe, 
Montgomery. 

Brock W. H., farmer, 80 a. 

Brooks PTank, supervisor. 

Brooks Max, Ophir Mills and 
land owner, 1,587 acres. 

Brown August, farmer, 240 
acres. 

Brown D. L., farmer, 160 a. 

Brown Henry, farmer^ 160 a. 

Brown P. G., farmer, 480 a. 

Burnett Antone, wagon mkr. 

Buckley Mary A., frmr, 280 
acres. 

Buckingham S. S., carpenter 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


ORO Burrir: county. oro' 211 

Bunnell Thos. A , frmr, 1 60 
acres. 

Burchard Eli S.. carpenter. 

1 Burnum S. B., vineyard, 144 

1 acres. 

1 Burt Miss Eva., schl tchr. 

Burt J. M., atty at-law, no- 
tary publicandland owner, 
365 acres. 

Burt’s Ferry, Jason Hinman, 
prop'r, 10 miles from Oro- 
ville, on river. 

Byrne Thos., frmr, 400 a. 

Byrns John, brickmaker. 

Callow & Stevens, prop’rs 
Ohio livery stable, Mont’y 
and Huntoon. 

Callow Thomas (Callow & 
Stevens,) 

Campbell Frank, engineer. 

Campbell F. W., machinist, 
res Montgomery. 

Campbell W., sheep raiser, 
2yOOO acres. 

Campbell W. & R., farmer, 
2,840 acres. 

CAMPMAN JOHN, liquors, 80 
acres, Oroville road. 

Cannon Wm. D., painter. 

Card D. W., farmer, 300 a, 

Carmack D., steward Union 
Hotel. 

Carter Mrs., widow. 

Carter A. A., clerk, postoffice 

Carter Belle, schl tchr. 

Carter Dan’l P., clerk. 

Carter Richard G., painter. 

Chamberlain G. W., miner. 

Chambers & Co., restaurant. 

Chambers Theo. (Chambers 
& Co.) 

Chambers Theo., Jr., waiter. 

j Chaplin Hiram, stock raiser, 

1 60 acres. 

Chapman James, fireman. 

Chappell W. H., copyist. 

Chavers Amelia, varnisher. 

Cherry John, carpenter. 

Chickering S. G , porter. 

Chi veil Thomas, frmr, 160 a. 

CHLOUPEK ANTHONY H., 
harness arid saddle manu- 
facturer, Montgomery, res 
Meyers. 

Churchill James cook. 

Cirac Paul, porter. 

Clasenbach C., farmer, 1 60 a 

Clark W. J„ farmer, 480 a. 

Cleale Augustus, frmr, 640 
acres. 

Clements Antone, barber. 

Clements E. B., book-kpr 
with Rodgers, Hays& Co., 
res Downer. 

Clements Q. A , livery stable 

Clements W. E., frmr, 160 a 

Clindinin Robt. A., laborer. 

Coburn Mrs. J., nurse. 

Cochlan Chas., carpenter. 

Cody T. T., hostler. 

Coffey C. D., waiter. 

Cohey John A. J., butcher. 

Collins Daniel, farmer, 160 a. 

Colm Mary, cook. 

Combs Daniel, teamster, 40 
acres. 

Commander R. S. 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Chas. 
St. Sure, prop’r, Mongom- 
ery and Lincoln. 

COMSTOCK A. M., conductor 
Cal. Northern Railroad. 

Cori Chas., dairyman. 

Conger Miss Kate, schl tchr. 


F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY £ell Sewin|r Machines/Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


IHowfi a Specialiy^t Ghico Plow Works. 


dr. W. GHAVES. Paints. Oils and Glass, dhico* 


212 01\0 BUTl'E ( 

LOU N TV. ORO 

Conlin John, farmer, 400 a 

Cordy Geo. H., wagon mkr. 

Cordy J. ]., book-keeper. 

Cordy Walter M. painter. 

Cornelius Frederick, miner. 

Corry J. W., farmer, 240 a. 

Cress Frank, farmer, 160 a. 

Cress J. T., carpenter. 

Cringel Mrs. Kate, widow. 

Crossland Joseph, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Cutter Wm., Co. and Dis- 
trict reporter. 

Daly Mary, schl tchr. 

Danforth F. R., clerk. Union 
Hotel. 

Danforth William, mason. 

Daniel W. J., stock raiser, 
120 acres. 

Danville S., farmer, 1,000 a. 

Daonst Samd, miner. 

Davis Sam’l J., Co. Treasurer 

Davis W. J., Sup’t Co. Hos- 
pital. 

De Laucie Richard, Under 
Sheriff. 

DeMott Wm., prop’r Oro- 
ville Mercury. 

Denick Miss, schl tchr. 

Deringer Gottlebe, butcher. 

Derrer Joseph, farmer, 200 a 

De Seille Jules, farmer, 280 a 

Dickenson Charles, book- 
keeper. 

Donley Patrick, stock raiser, 
240 acres. 

Donohue Charles J., uphol- 
sterer. 

Donovan Z., miner. 

Dooley John, miner. 

Dornell Paul, wagon maker. 

Dorsh H. G„ tinsmith. 

Downer Celene Mrs., dress- 
maker. 

Dow Jas., farmer. 

Downing Henry, horseshoer 
Downing Sam 1 , laborer, res 
Meyers. 

Dow Samuel, miner. 

Doyle Thomas, frmr, 160 a. 
Dressier Wm., printer. 

Dunk water Mary Miss, 
(Schaugnessy & Dunk- 
water.) 

Duensing Adolph, butcherres 

H untoon. 

Duensing Conrad, stck rnchr 
Duensing George, frmr, 240 
acres. 

Duffey Kate, servant. 

Duffey Thomas, frmr, 160 a. 
Dunstone Wm., frmr, 320 a. 
Dzergowski Newman, cloth- 
ing. 

Eckhart Hiram, frmr, 1,240 
acres. 

Eddy William, teamster. 
Edmunds William, surveyor 
and land owner, 80 a. 
Edwards John, county Jailor j 
and land owner, 160 a, 

Egent C., frmr, 120 a. 

Elliott Mrs. Mary, dressmkg 
Elliott Millie J., school tchr. 
Emlet David, laborer. 

Engel P., laborer. 

Enslow T. S., teamster, 40 a j 
Ephriam Benj. (Hecht & 
Ephriam.) 

Epperson J. R., porter. . 

Evans John, foreman O. G. . 

M. Co. 1 

Evans J. T., sheep raiser. i 

Evans Philip, clerk. Wy 


Miss M. J. Putnam* Millinery .ICor. Fourth and D Sts.; Marysville. 


XI113BARD &SO]Mtnfl£lR Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


ORO BUTTE COUNTY. ORO 2t^ 


Evans Thomas, miner, res ! 
Bald Rock .Canyon. j 

Eyler L. S., frmr, 99 a. 

P^yter L. N., orchardist. 

Farnarr James, frmr, 1,120 a. 

Farnham E. P., miner. 

Featherstone Wm. (Bennett 
& Featherstone.) 

Ferguson J. A., barber. 

Fininger L. H., watchmaker 

Finnicum J. D., prop’r Chico 
stage. 

F'innicum Merriman, driver 
Oroville and Chico stage, 
office at Union Hotel, res 
Chico. 

Fisher Robt., laborer, res 
Meyers. 

Fitzgerald J. B., barber, res 
Meyers. 

Flamant W. A., bus driver. 

Fleet John, farmer, 2 30 acres 

Flowers W. P., farmer, 360 a 

Fogg Edward W., cashier 
Rideout, Smith & Co. 

Fogg & Perkins, fire and life 
insurance agencies. 

Falager & S temple, farmers, 
1 , 1 60 acres. 

Foran Michael, dishwasher. 

Foster Jerome, employee 
Union Hotel Lodging 
House. 

Fowle Mrs. C., 280 acres. 

Francisco , miner, Oro- 

ville Mining Company. 

Francisco John, stock raiser, 
1 60 acres- 

Francisco Martin, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Frarieks Drederick, miner. 

Freer E. D., student. 


P'reer Giles H., harness mkr. 

FREER LEON I)., atty at law 
and district atty. 

Freer Simon, prop’r Palace 
Saloon, Montgomery, res 
Montgomery. 

Freise Edward, miller, res 
Thompson’s P'lat. 

Friesleben D. N., capitalist 
and farmer. 

PTiesleben Hermann, clerk, 
res Montgomery. 

PTiesleben Jacob, clerk. 

bVisholtz John, farmer, 160 a 

Frost & Reese miners, 74 a 

Fryer D. F., drugs and medi- 
cines, Mont’y and Huntoon, 
res Lincoln. 

Gale E. H., prop’r Biggs’ 
stage. 

Gale John (Gray & Gale), 
Bird, bds Union Hotel. 

Garber S., Cherokee, stage 
prop’r. 

Garber Sim, prop’r and 
driver Oroville, Cherokee 
stage, res Cherokee. 

Garner George, teamster. 

Garratt Henry, brickmason. 

Gass J. W., stock raiser, 60 
acres. 

Gaub Jacob, farmer, 200 a. 

Gay G., woodchopper. 

Getz Edward, driver City 
Market. 

Gilston John, stage driver, 

Gilston Wm., miner, res 
Montgomery. 

Goetjen Henry, frmr, 160 a. 

Goetjen Herman, farmer, 80 
acres. 

Goldberg Miss B., milliner. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Secend and Broadway, Chico. 


HAXiLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


TlOKRBaA0RNBAia.& Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything Cheapo * 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


OHO 


BU'ITE COUN'l'Y. 


ORO 


Goldberg Mrs. Caroline, 
milliner. 

Goldstein A., grocery. 

Goldstein N., clothing. 

Goodrich Charles, harness 
mkr with L. A. Clements. 

Gardella Jas. & Co., farmer, 
30 acres. 

Gordon Robert, frmr, 120 a. 

Gorman John, horseshoer. 

Goshen M. C., miner. 

Gosse Edward, blacksmith. 

Gossren Louis, prop’r Cana- 
dian House. 

Gotzen Harmon, frmr, on 
Shasta road, 2 miles from 
Oroville. 

Graham William, laundry. 

Grace Rev. Thomas, clergy- 
man, (Catholic.) 

GRAY & GALE, attys-at-law 
and Notaries Public. 

Gray James C., lawyer, 560 
acres. 

Gray John C. (Gray & Gale), 
Bird, res Oak. 

Greenfield John, meat mrkt. 

GREEN JAS., physician and 
County Clerk, office at 
McDermott’s drug store. 

Greenleaf W. S., caipenter. 

Green M. J., book keeper. 

Green R. A., book keeper 
County Clerk’s office. 

GREENWILL BENJAMIN, 
fruit grower, 1 60 a. 

Gries Herman, frmr, 160 a. 

Griffin Oliver, frmr, 80 a. 

Griffith P. W., photographer 

Griswold Asa, rancher. 

Griswold Mary, frmr, 260 a. 

Griswold G. W., frmr, 270 a 


'Griton Joseph, miner, Oro- 
ville Mining Co. 

GROVER GEORGE, under 
sherifi, prop’r Grover’s 
feed stable and city hayj 
scales. Highest cash price j 
paid lor hides, pelts and | 
tallow. Collections made, j 
References, leading men | 
of Oroville. | 

Grubbs J. H., farmer, 160 a. 

Grubs M. E, farmer, 160 a. 

Grubbs Richard C., stock 
raiser, 400 acres. 

Grubbs Wm., stock raiser. 

Grubbs W J., farmer, 160 a. 

Grunsell Andrew, laborer. * 

Grummet C. A., frmr, 160 a. 

Gurdery John, deputy co. 
assessor and land owner, 
80 acres, res Robinson and 
Pine. 

Gummow Bros., blacksmiths 

Gummow Chas. (Gummow 
Bros.), res Bird. 

Gummow Samuel (Gummow 
Bros.), res Bird. 

Hackett J. M., messenger W. 
F. & Co.’s, bds U. S. 
Hotel. 

Hadwick George, carpenter. 

Hagar Louis, shoemaker. 

Hall C, H., farmer, 80 acres, 

Hall John F., clerk. 

Hall Robert, drover. 

Hall Seth, woodchopper. 

Halstead E. A., Sup’t Union 
Hotel. 

Hancock Geo., engineer. 

Hanford Harvey, tinsmith. 
Hanlon John, miner, res 
Meyers. 


Colusa Stage Co., Croneral Office, Colusa, S. A Harrington, General Supt 


HIBBARD & SOMMER. Chico. Paper Border Picture Frames, Vases. 


ORO BUTTE COUNTY ORO 215 

Hanson Chris., nig^htwatch- 
man. 1 

Harriger John, farmer, 286 a. i 

HARRISON M. B., atty at-law 
and notary public. 

Hart John E., fruit-grower, 
200 acres. 

Hart R. C., machinist. 

Harvey O. T., schl tchr. 

Hasloop George, miner. 

Hauld E. H., farmer, 160 a. 

Hays D. B. (Rodgers, Hays 
& Co) 

Hecht I 3 avid (Hecht & 
Ephriarn. ) 

Hecht & Ephriarn, dry goods. 
Singer Sewing Machines. 

Heckart J. Adam, stock 
raiser. 

Hecker F., boots, shoes, 
hats and caps. 

Hedge G. M., farmer, 80 a. 

Hedge J. S., farmer, 280 a. 

Heintz Thibaud (Schneider 
& Heintz.) 

Heiton Charles, laborer, res 
Commercial. 

Helms H., stock trader, res 
Robinson and Pine. 

Helms J. H., butcher. 

Hendricks Allen, express- 
man, res I St ave. 

Henderson R. R., frmr, .169 
acres. 

Hendricks W. C. & Co., 
farmer, 1,380 acres. 

Hendricks W. C., frmr, . 276 
acres. 

Heninger James, frmr, 160 a. 

* Henley Joseph, miner. 

|;Henninger Jas., rancher, 7 

1 miles from Oroville. 

Hesley R. D, farmer, 160 a. 

Hewitt F. H., clerk. 

Hewitt & Hansen, fmrs, 400 
acres. 

HEWITT J. B., superintend^ 
Feather River and Ophir 
Water Co., and Oroville 
Mining Company, res Oak. 

Hida John, main ditch tender 
F. R. & Ophir Water Go. 

HKtGINS E., proprietor Oro- 
ville Soda Works, Mont 
gomery. 

Higgins W. S., wagomaker, 
Montgomery. 

Helgin Wm., orchard & vine- 
yard, 500 acres. 

Hillenbrand H. frmr, 160 a. 

Hill J. A., teamster, res U. S. 
Hotel. 

Hill Jesse, laborer. 

Hilton Dan, liquors 

Hilton Joseph, capitalist. 

Hinman Jason, res Burt’s 
Ferry. 

Hobbs R., farmer, 160 acres. 

HOLLY JAMES, stock raiser, 
160 acres. 

Hogan & Clements, photo- 
graphers. 

Hogan J. H., (Hogan & 
Clements). 

Holliday Thompson G., elk. 

Holligan James, miner, with 
Oroville Mining Co. 

Hollis Peter, miner. 

Holmes John, livery stable. 

Hontoon & Bird, blacksmiths 
and wagon makers. 

HOOPS LEWIS W., proprietor 
United States Hotel, Mont- 
gomery, north side. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico, 


The Furniture House ol Butte County, HALLET & LOT, opposite Union Hotel, Ohtoo, Osd. 


Chico Plow Works Warrant aH Their Work. 




G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and 'Chemicals, Chico 


216 ORO BUTTE COUNIT. ORO 


Horton Archie, labr, Burt's 
Ferry. 

Hoseley R. D , miner. 

Hotaling Chas., carpenter. 

Hoult J. M., bricklayer. 

Howard Amos, watches and 
jewelry. 

Hubbard G. A., superintend't 
Oroville G. M. Co. 

Hundley P, O., district judge. 

Hunter John D., laborer. 

HURLES S. H., Boston ranch, 
160 acres, Wyandotte Tp. 

Huse William, frmr, 1,280 a. 

Huston Sam'l, water agent. 

Jackson St. John, notary 
public. 

Jacoby Joseph, hostler. 

Jacoby R. T., pipe maker. 

Jalich Peter, tobacco, fruits 
and candies. 

Jefferies Thomas, carpenter. 

Johnson D., wagon maker. 

Johnson Edward, teamster, 
bds U. S. Hotel. 

Johnson Mrs. Elizabeth, laun- 
dress. 

Johnson Lydia A., dressmkr 
and seamstress, Meyers. 

Johnson Samuel, frmr, 80 a. 

Johnson Thos., liquors. 

Jones D. H,, cooper, 

Jones Thomas R., black- 
smith. 

Jones W. H. N., frmr, 360 a. 

Jones Wm., farmer. 

Jourdan B. B., farmer, 40 a. 

Jules J. F. C., farmer, 280 a. 

Jull Wm , miner. 

Just John, gardener and frmr. 

Karson Conrad, farmer, 80 a 

Keefer C. C., farmer, 200 a. 


I Kellogg David, farmer, res 
I Table Mt. 

Kelly S. S., farmer, 156 a. 
Kennedy James, miner, res 1 
Thompson's Flat. 

Kent W. C., horse trainer. 
Keibey C., porter. 

Kirby W. M., farmer 113 a. I 
Kroeger PTederick (Adams j 
& Kroeger), res Hun toon. j 
Hunzjohn, bootmaker. ; 

Kauzelmirer Frederick, clerk I 
Keene A. H., carpenter. 

Kerby Wm., farmer. 

Keister Miles rancher. 1 

Kister Lewis, farmer. | 

Klein Chas., music teacher. 
Klohn Ben., porter. 

Kreugle R., hostler. 

Kusel Carl, clerk. 

Kusel E. A., gen’l merchan- 
dise and photographer. 

KURT HENRY, tailor. 

Lague Wm , farmer, 240 a. 
Lamb E. B., barkeeper. 
LaMonte J. D. (Bell & La- 
Monte). 

Lander Bernard, deputy as- 
sessor. 

Lang Henry, bootmaker. 

Lareida Ragot, blacksmith. 

La Rose S. S., miner. 

Lathrop H. B., clerk. 

Lats Felix, clerk. 

LAUER FRANK C., black 
smith and horseshoer, 
Lawrence Wm., blacksmith. 
LEAMAN MRS., saloon, Rigs- 
by Point, three miles from 
Oroville. 

Leggett C. H., deputy city ! [ 
clerk. 1 


Oolsra Stair. C«.. O.B.ral Ofliee, Calnsa, E. A. Harringtoa, IG«neral Supl 


k 


HIBBARD 8 l SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1»000 Watches in8 Years^ ' 


ORO BUTl'E COUNTY. ' ORO 217 


Lee John, laborer. 

LEHU F. H., manager Capi- 
tal Saloon, Montgomery, 
res Meyers. 

Leonard A., farmer, 360 a. 

LEONARD JOHN P., justice of 
peace, notary public, con- 
veyancer and searcher of 
records, Montgomery, res 
Downer. 

Le Rossignal O. G., laborer. 

Lespy Frank, farmer, 120 a. 

Lester Lawrence, barkeeper. 

Lester Wm., waiter. 

Lewis Eugene. 

Lewis Wm., miner. 

Light James, miner. 

Logan Chas., bootmaker. 

Logan J. C. (Perkins, Logan 
& Co.) 

Lott Chas. F., atty-at-law 
and land owner, 2,916 a. 

Lout M., miner. 

Lovrovich Frank, clerk. 

Lowell C. M., carpenter. 

Lucas Julia C., stock ranch, 
80 acres. 

Lucas Pearl, laborer. 

Lundstrom Olif, barkeeper. 

LUNPKIN MILL CO., Pratt, 
Alley & Co., prop’rs, 
Meyers. 

Lynch Matt, farmer, 198 a. 

Lynn Frank, farmer, 210 a. 

Lyon Miss., schl tchr. 

MAACK J. A ., miner. 

Madigan Dennis, miner. 

Malotki Herman, miner. 

Marks B. & Co., clothing, 
farmers, 320 acres. 

Marks E. (B. Marks & Co.) 

Marks Joseph, clerk. 


Marks Martin, farmer, 160 a. 

Martin , cooper. 

Martin Mrs., widow. 

Martin Mrs. C. 1 . E., res 
Pike Hill. 

Martin G. W., bottler, soda 
works. 

Martin J. G., farmer, 160 a. 

Martin John A., bootmaker, 
res Montgomery. 

Matthews F. A., farmer. 

Mathews Wm. H., constable 

Martien J. G., farmer, 200 a. 

Mattrol George, frmr, 160 a. 

Mattson Mrs. Sophia, schl 
tchr. 

MAURICE A., atty-at-law and 
notary public, Meyers and 
Bird, res Bird and i st ave. 

McCallan Patrick,stock raiser 

McClellan J. J., cabinet mkr. 
McClellan SAMUEL, co. as- 
sessor, res 4 miles from 
Magalia, on Chico road. 

McCloud H. H., frmr, 160 a. 

McConvey Henry, stock 
raiser, 1 60 acres. 

McConvey Mrs. M., farmer, 
160 acres. 

McCrellis G. W., frmr, 240 
acres. 

McDermott Arthur, drugs. 

McDermott W. P., surgeon. 

McDougall John, frmr, 160 a 

McElroy J. A., frmr, 160 a. 

McElroy Wm., farmer, 80 a. 

McGann James, co. surveyor 

McGre Mat., laborer. 

McGunigla P., laborer. 

McKee C. M., frmr, 160 a. 

KcKee Holland, frmr, 200 
acres. 


J.N.MO^, Dentist, eer. Secend and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, 



Dry Goods Pancy Goods, Carpets. Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co^s, ChFco 


I 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlumery, Chico 


218 ORO BUTTE COUNTY. ORO 


McKillop J. M. & Rro., frmr, 
640 acres. 

McKinney G. R., road mas- 
ter. 

McNeil A., miller. 

McQuaid Mrs. O. J., widow. 

Mead S. H., clerk. 

Miller Edward, tinsmith. 

Miller Ernest, barkeeper. 

Miller George, hay, grain 
and feed. 

Miller Jacob Mrs , widow. 

Miller J. P., painter. 

MILLER P. B. M. (M. D.), 
and L. R. C. S. E., physi- 
cian and surgeon, Meyers, 
res Montgomery. 

Miller Val, farmer, 40 acres. 

Miller Wm., aprentice with 
J. C. Gray. 

Misenheimer Miles, teamster 

Mitchell J. K. (Chambers & 
Co.) 

Mohler John, laborer. 

Moke J. W., nurse. 

Molar , Janitor, res 2d 

ave. 

Moore Mrs. H., 145 acres. 

Moore John C., frmr, i6o a. 

Moore R. A., farmer, 910 a. 

Moran Thomas, stock raiser, 
200 acres. 

Morgan W. J., book-keeper. 

Mork Michael, miner. 

Morris John S., miner. 

Morrissey Lem, frmr, 160 a. 

Morrison M. B., miller. 

Morrison Mrs. W.^ widow. 

Morrisy Timothy, frmr, 240 
acres. 

Morse F. N., stage driver. 

Mullen S., liquors. 


Munsil Frank, clerk. 

MUNkSlL J. A., prop’r Rail- 
road House. 

Murray Edward, blacksmith. 
Mosquito Mining Company. 
Nagro P., musician. 

Nash Peter, miner. 

Neloch Zeth, woodchopper. 
NESBIT A. G., frmr. 160 a. 
Nesbit Mrs. M. A., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Nessen Asmas, barkeeper. 
Newell Mrs. S. A., widow. 
Noack G. (Schneider & 
Noack.) 

Nolan James, laborer. 

Norton J. P., carpenter. 

OLSEN PETER, stockraiser, 

640 acres. 

Onyett Chas., rancher. 

Onyett John, frmr, 678 a. 

Onyett John Jr., rancher. 

Onyett Sandy, rancher. 

O’ Reardon John, miner. 
OROVILLE MERCURY, Wm. 

DeMott, prop’r, Bird. 

Oroville Mining and Irriga 
tion Co.-, Jack Powers, 
Supt., 1,538 a. 

OROVILLE SODA WORKS, 

E. Higgins prop’r, Mont- I 
gomery. ’ 

Orsin B.issetto, frmr, 1 20 a. ! 
Osborn S. R., hostler. 

OSGOOD GARDNER, County 
Recorder. 

Osgood J, C., book keeper, 
(Jstroski Li, (J. Pincus & 
Co,) 

Palmer John, farmer. 

Parker James, rancher. 

Parker Ralzemond, druggist, j 




E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico, Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


ORO BUrrE COUNTY. ORO 


Parks James V., constable. 
Parlin Mrs., dressmaker. 
Parlin L. F., book keeper. 
Parson Peter, laborer. 
Parsons Thomas, carpenter. 
Patterson John, farmer, 200 
acres. 

Paul Michael, teamster, res 
Morris Ravine. 

Pearson George, frmr, 320 a. 
Pelham N., miner. 

Penello F., musician. 

Perks & Brock, frmrs, 32 a. 
Perkins D. K. (Perkins, 
Logan & Co.) 

PERKINS, LOGAN & CO., 

wholesale & retail grocers 
Perkins & Maurice, frmrs, 58 
acres. 

Perkins Wm. L., clerk W. 

F. & Co., res Robinson. 
Perry Joseph, blacksmith. 
Perry Patrick H., porter U. 
S. Hotel. 

Peters Frank, sheep raiser, 
700 acres. 

Peters George, frmr, 1 50 a. 
Peters George, butcher, (Rus- 
sell, Peters & Co.) 
Peterson Bros., painters, 
Montgomery. 

Peterson Edward, (Peterson 
Bros.) 

Peterson N. (Peterson Bros.), 
bds Commercial Hotel, 
Petrosse Outone, cook, res 
Montgomery. 

Pincus J. & Co., clothing & 
dry goods. 

Powers O. P,, miner. 

Poppee Henry, miner. 

Potes Herman, laborer. 


Powell Thomas, ]hostler Dex- 
ter Stables. 

Powers N., capitalist, bds U. 
S. Hotel. 

Powers O. P., res Montgom- 
ery and First ^avenue. 

Pratt E. H. (Pratt, Alley & 
Co.), res Huntoon. 

Pratt Henry, clerk, res Hun- 
toon. 

Preston Henry, frmr, 920 a. 

Preston John R., liquors, res 
Montgomery. 

Price Edward B., teacher. 

Puckett P. S., mill man. 

Putnam Wm., stock raiser, 
1 60 acres. 

Putnam W. H., frmr, 160 a. 

RAILROAD HOUSE, J. A. 
Munsil, prop’r, Meyers. 

Rajevich Frank, fruits, candy 
and nuts, res Mont’y. 

Ranker Edward, apprentice 
with Frank C. Lauer. 

REBSCHER JACOB, propr 
Pony Saloon and Oroville 
Bakery, next to bank, res 
Montgomery. 

Redding O. B., horseshoeing, 
Huntoon and Miners’ ally, 
res Meyers. 

Reece T. W., civil engineer. 

Reed Albert, miner. 

Reese R. F., dentist. 

BEIDER ADAM, liquors, cor 
Mont’y and Meyers. 

Reihl George, farmer, 120 a. 

Reis L. F., clerk. 

Relyea Jacob, blacksmith. 

Reppert John, teamster. 

REYNOLDS HORACE, black- 
smith, Wyandotte tp. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway &. Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewingr Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 



Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


6 . W.S&RAVes. Raints. Oils and Glass, Chtea. 


220 ORO BUTI'E COUNTY. ORO 

REYMAN M., cigars and to- 
bacco, agt Commercial 
Union Ins. Co. of London, 
res Robinson. 

Reynolds John, frmr, i6o a. 

Rheil Miss Kate, schl tchr. 

Richards John, blacksmith. 

Richmond Mining Co., G. 
W. Reese, sup’t. 

RIDEOUT, SMITH & CO., 
bankers, agt W. F. &Co’s 
Express, Mont’y. 

Riehl Miss Kate, schl tchr. 

Riker 13 . H,, teamster. 

Riley Jas., farmer, 320 acres 

Riley Michael, brakeman Cal 
N. R. R., res depot. 

Riley Patrick, miner. 

Riobel George, farmer, 120 
acres. 

Rixon Andrew, brickmaker. 

Roberts H. C., butcher. 

Reilley J., stock raiser, 350 
acres. 

Roberts Wm., harness mkr. ^ 

Robinson G. R., bootblack. 

RODDERS, HAYS & CO., genl 
mdse 

Rodgers T. A. (Rodgers 
Bros.), and Rodgers, Hays 
& Co., res Commercial. 

Rogers F,, stock raiser, res 
Bidwell Bar. 

Rogers J. H., clerk. 

Rollins E. 0., clerk. 

Rollins Jane Mrs., widow. 

Rose Mrs. E., stewardess. 

Ross J. W., carpenter. 

Ross S. W,, stock raiser, 160 
acres, 

Rowe Edward, pipe maker. 

Rowe Samuel, pipe maker. 

Russell B., stock raiser, ( Rus- 
sell, Peters & Co.) 

RUSSELL, PETERS & CO., 
City Market, 

Rutherford J. M., farmer, i6o 
acres. 

Rutherford John, stock raiser, 
200 acres. 

Ryan John, miner, bds U. S. 
Hotel. 

Ryan Timothy, laborer. 

Safford W. S., County Judge, 
res Montgomery. 

Sage Harvey E., carriage 
painter. 

Sanders L. A , stock raiser. 

Sandirs Henry L., sheep 
raiser, 240 a. 

Savage A,, frmr, 160 a. 

Schlam Berthold, freight elk. 

SCHNEIDER & HEINTZ, City 
Brewery Saloon, lager 
beer and ice depot, Myers 

Schneider John, (Schneider 
& Heintz), res Myers. 

Schneider Wm., (Schneider 
& Noack.) 

Schone Charles, coachman, 

Schooley Henry, teamster, 
res Robinson and ist ave. 

Schwartz C., clerk with A. 
Goldstein. 

Seeley Wm., frmr, 295 a. 

Selig I. M., clerk. 

Severance A. J., miner. 

Sevey C. E., stage driver. , 

Sexton Warren, law student 

Sexton Mrs. W. T., widow, 
res Robinson. 

Seymour Rachel, widow, 3 
miles from Strawberry 

V alley. ! 


..Mias M. 3 . Putnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



HlBfiARD & Cliico^ J‘e\xrelets Stationers aad 


ORO RinTE COUNTY. ORO 


Shaugnessy Miss Maggie J. 
(Shaugnessy & Drink- 
water,) 

Shaugnessy & Drinkwater, 
milliners and dressmakers. 

Shaw Wm. H., rancher. 

Shay Daniel miner. 

Shayer John, blacksmith. 

Sherman *Chas., proprietor 
Quincy, La Porte and 
Susan ville stages, 260 a. 

SCHNEIDER & NO ACK, boots 
and shoes. 

Short John, miner. 

Sibley F. W., carpenter, res 
Huntoon and Miners' Al- 
ley. 

Silver Joe, vineyard, 300 a. 

Silvers Joseph, miner. 

SILVERSTEIN I., cigars and 
tobacco, stationery, cut- 
lery, etc., res Mont’y. 

Simon Paul, printer. 

Simon S. S. ( Simon & Wilk- 
inson.) 

Simon & Wilkinson, liquors, 
Mont’y and Pine. 

Simpson Mrs. A. G.. widow. 

Sing Otto, watchmaker. 

Slater Charles, blacksmith. 

Smith Allen, vineyard, 80 a. 

Smith C. J., miner. 

Smitth Harding, frmr,8o a. 

Smiith John J., postmaster, 
book store and news agt. 

Smith Knud L., miner. 

Smith & Mathews, farmers, 
1 60 acres. 

Smith Newton, laborer. 

Smith Paul, clerk. 

Smith R. W., agt W. U. Tel 
Co. 


Smith Mrs. T. J., widow. 

Smith Wm., dairyman. 

Smith Wm. J,. sheep owner. 

Smuck Thos., farmer, 80 a. 

Snow Jacob, clerk. 

Snyder John W., sheep raiser, 
1 60 acres. 

Sorenson Nelson, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Soule John F., clerk. 

Soverein & Russell, furni- 
ture, undertaker, glass and 
marble works. 

Sparks E. M., carpenter. 

Sparks G. M., clerk. 

Sparks John, machinist and 
brick yard. 

Sparks M. T. & Co., planing 
mill and lumber yard. 

Sprague F. A., Sheriff. 

Springer George B., black- 
smith. 

Steele J. H., laborer. 

Stevens Geo. W. (Callow & 
Stevens.) 

Stevens J. K., hostler. 

Stevenson J. T., stock raiser, 
200 acres. 

Stroever Frederick, butcher. 

Stroever Louis, stock rncher 

Strohm George, stock raiser, 
160 a. 

Strohm W. H , carpenter. 

St. Sure Charles, proprietor 
Commercial Hotel, 360 a. 

St. Sure Mrs. F., widow. 

Sullivan Jerry, miner. 

Sullivan Maggie, cook. 

Sullivan Michael, miner. 

Sume Peter, frmr, 160 a. 

Sweetman W. H., frmr, 80 a 

Swinney J. F., rancher. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Sec end nnd lIfndWwy, diico. 


HALLET dc X«OY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames andIWindow Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 


TK^NBR. D17RNKAM & Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything' Cheap 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico, 


222 ORO BU'ITE COUNTY ORO 

Taber Floyd, ( Brock & 
Taber. ) 

I'ache A., frmr, 90 a. 

Tamlyn John, clergyman, 
(Methodist.) 

Thatcher Mrs. A., hotel. 

Toland Charles, miner. 

Tomasziki Jacob, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Topping C. G., propV water 
works. 

Tribbey George W., uphol- 
sterer. 

Trivet Nicholas, miner. 

Tromenschlager Jacob, boot 
maker. 

Tnrner C. H., engineer. 

Turner W. H.. frmr, 360 a, 

Underwood George, rancher 

Union Hotel, D. N. Friesle- 
ben. 

UNITED STATES HOTEL, 

Lewis W. Hoops, prop’r, 
north side Mont'y, free bus 
from cars. 

VANDERHOOF J. M., dairy, 

1 60 acres. 

Van Dorn Virgil, frmr, 158 a 

VAN MATHIS J., conveyan- 
cer and searcher of rec- 
ords, office Court House, 
bds U. S. Hotel. 

Van Meter A. L., clerk with 
District Judge, res Pine. 

Van Meter Frederick S., la- 
borer, res Oak. 

Van Meter J. G., water car- 
ter. 

Wagner H. (H. Wagner & 
Bro.) 

Wagner H. & Bro., watch- 
maker, jeweler, fancy goods 

Wagner L. C., clerk, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Wager Louis, hotel, 1,000 a, 
Wyandotte tp. 

Wagner S. (H. Wagner & 
Bro.) 

Wagner Wm. & Bro,, frmrs 
and stock raisers, 958 a. 

Wagstaff , laborer. 

Walker H. M., brickmaker. 

Walker J. N., millwright. 

Walker W. A., brickmaker. 

Wallet George, gardens. 

Wall John, deputy assessor. 

Ward Chas., capitalist. 

Ward Henry, carpenter, bds 
U. S. Hotel. 

Ward J. M., stock dealer, 
640 acres. 

Wardwell James A., station 
agt, res Mont’y and Pine. 

Ward Wm., butcher. 

WASHINGTON SALOON, Geo. 
Wilson, prop’r, Mont’y. 

Washburn W. A. (Wash- 
burn & Wyman), and coro- 
ner and public administra- 
tor. 

Washburn & Wyman, li- 
quors 

Watson Wm. S., sup’t Cal. 

N. R. R. 

Webster Thomas, veterinary 
surgeon, Meyers. 

Welch J. C., oyster saloon. 

Welch John, clerk, bds Com- 
mercial Hotel. 

Welch L. S., wagonmaker. 

Welch Webster, teamster. 

Weldon J. C., carpenter. 

Welsh Edward H., brickmsn. 

Welsh Jno. 


Celnaa Stagre Co., General Office, Colusa, S. A Harrington, Generid Snpt 



iHlBBARD &. SOMMBR. Chico. Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


ORO BU'ITK COUNTY ORO 


Welsh). W. & Bro , farmer, 
1 6o acres. 

Welsh P. R., stock raiser, 
640 acres, 

Welsh S. H., farmer. 

Welsh Thomas, brickmason. 

W est J. U. hostler. 

West M. B., capitalist. 

West Nathan, hostler. 

Wheaton W. W., clerk. 

WHEELER JAMES, frmr, 240 
acres. 

Wheeler John, miner. 

Whipple David, stock raiser, 
240 acres. 

Whitman A. S., painter. 

Wick Moses, frmr, 880 a. 

Wilcox C. H., surveyor. 

Wild Bonner, capitalist. 

Wilkinson C. (Simon & Wilk- 
inson.) 

Wilkinson Thomas )., tmstr. 

Willet Joseph, carpenter. 

Williams D. H., frmr, 147 a. 

Williams W. H., Supervisor. 

WILSON GEORGE, Washing 
ton Saloon. 

Wilson George C., water agt 

Wilson R. J. 

Wilson Wm , frmr, 80 a. 

Wilson W. S. B., deputy as- 
sessor. 

Winter John, miner. 

Witekind Wm., blacksmith. 

Wright Sam’l & Co., horse- 
shoers. 

WOOH REV. JESSE, co. sup t 
school, pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, res Mont’y. 

Worth Geo., farmer, 205 a. 

Worthing Nathan, liquors. 

Wycoff Charles, barkeeper. 


Wyman Fred., barkeeper. 
Wyman Henry (Washburn 
& Wyman.) 

Yahnel C., farmer, 128 acres 
Yet ter C. H., farmer. 

Young Mary, stock ranch, 
160 acres. 

Young Preston, frmr, 130 a. 
Young Thomas, miner. 
Zambellich N., liquors. 

Zerr Caspar, butcher. 

Pentz, 

P 0. Twelve miles north of Oro- 
ville. 

Bird Wm., farmer, 280 acres 
Brooks J. F., schl tchr. 
Bunnell A. W., stock raiser, 
160 acres. 

Burt Aaron, blacksmith, Ore- 
gon tp. 

Byne Andy, miner. 

Clark E. 1 )., frmr and stock 
raiser, 1,120 acres. 

Curtis Mrs. L. A. B., schl 
tchr. 

Duffeys James, frmr, 400 a. 
Durham C. L., frmr, 350 a. 
Heckert Adam, farmer, 160 a 
Heckert Frank, farmer, 160 a 
Heckert W. B., frmr, 240 a. 
Horn Fred’k, wheelwright & 
land owner, 240 acres. 
Keefer Chas. C., farmer, 200 
acres. 

Knox Geo., farmer, 160 a. 
Knox John, sheep raiser, 160 
acres. 

Knox Thos. J., farmer, 360 a 
Lemon Samd, farmer, 240 a. 
Lewis Sam’l, farmer, 400 a. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


The Furniture House ot Butte County, HAUET & X«OY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Ohico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and IChemicals, Chico 


POW BUTTE COUNTY. WYA 


Lowe David, farmer, i6o a. 

MERITHEW WM. W., farmer, 
320 acres, Oregon tp. 

Parish A., lime burner and 
farmer, 160 acres. 

Parks A. H., teamster, 40 a. 

Patterson S., mechanic and 
miner. 

Pence M., frmr, hotel and 
stock raiser, 480 acres. 

Sewell H. S., liquors. 

Vanness James, frmr, 370 a. 

Williams F. M., frmr, 160 a. 


Powelton, 

Carr E. C., farmer, 120 a* 
Colby G. W., farmer, 220 a. 
Daggett J. M. & Co., miners. 
Leggett Kate, schl tchr. 
Porter Mining Co. (quartz). 

Robinson’s Mills. 

(P. O. Forbestown.) 

Grunwell Benjamin, farmer, 
160 acres. 

Lassly Ira, farmer, 1 60 acres 

Yankee Hill, 

P. O. Seventeen miles north of 
Oroville. 

Miller Jas. & Bros., farmers, 
240 acres. 

Miller W. & Joseph, butchers 
and farmers, 655 acres. 
Mullen J. P., farmer, 160 a. 
Mullin Wm. H., frmr, 200 a. 
Fairbanks A. L., frmr, 160 a. 
Farley W. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Wells M. H., farmer, 43 a. 


Wyandotte, 

Bills Robert & McCoy, frmrs, 
160 acres 

Cannon A. M. Q., frmr, 8o a. 
Clapp S. A., schl tchr. 
Combs Daniel, farmer, 194 a 
Cress Frank, farmer, 160 a. 
Daniels W. J., frmr, 120 a. 
Day D. C., farmer, 148 a. 
Dunston Wm., frmr, 320 a. 
Gass J. W., farmer, 60 acres. 
Jones W. H. N., frmr, 480 a. 
Nourse J. M., farmer, 160 a. 
Berry Joe, farmer, 30 acres. 
Ross S. W., farmer, 160 a. 
Rutherford J I., farmer and 
stock raiser, 220 acres. 
Rutherford J. M., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Sowell S., farmer, 160 acres. 
Stevenson J. P., frmr, 200 a. 
Thatcher Mrs. Nancy, 15 a. 
Vasper Chas., farmer, 80 a. 
Whipple David, frmr, 153 a. 
Wyandott Gravel Mining Co. 
Frost, sup't, 320 acres. 



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Hotel in the County ! 


The Proprietor of this large and commodious 
House has lately added an equally large and airy 
Brick Addition to the House, making it one of the 
most convenient Hotels for families in Northern 
California. 

Xj- ’W- mSOOIJPS, - - Proprietor 

Montgomery Street, 

OROVILLE. 

A share of public patronage is solicited. Free buss 
from the Cars. 


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Oliico, Oal., cor*. 3J[ain and Second Sts,, 

Fine CS-old Filling a Specialty. 

Laughing Gas Given for Painless Extraction 
of Teeth / Plate Work. 


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M. W, MAIM Ss WAI^MUT 

Red Bluff, Cal. 

T. IFropxietox 


No Chinese Help Employed! 


Free Coach to and from the House. 
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J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


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Dry floods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing*. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, Chloo 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perlnmery, Chico 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


Organized in 1856. Bounded north by Shasta, east by Plumas, south- 
east by Butte, south by Colusa and west by Mendocino and Trinity. Area, 
2,800 square miles. Population about 7,000. C(5unty Seat, Red Bluff. 
The county lies at the head of the great Sacramento valley, and at the 
intersection of the Coast Range and Sierra Nevada Mountains. The land 
is generally of a broken and hilly character. In the early days Tehama 
was one of the prosperous mining counties of the State. Of late years the 
attention of its people has been directed to agriculture, grazing and 
lumbering interests. Cattle raising and wool growing are the predominat- 
ing pursuits. Wheat is grown extensively and many fine vineyards are 
to be found whose wines have gained celebrity. The Sierra Flume Co. 
have large interests and a V fiume extending many miles into the moun- 
tains among the grand forests bring lumber to the head of navigable 
water at Red Bluff Lassen^s Peak stands at the northeast corner of the 
county and rising to an elevation of 10,577 feet above the sea. County | 
ofiicers : Rev. H, A. Mayhew, County Judge; Charles F, Foster, Sheriff; [ 
E. DeShields, County Clerk, Recorder and Auditor ; Jerome Banks, Dis- ; 
trict Attorney ; A. Townsend, Treasurer* Jackson Eby, Assessor; Frank 
J. Nugent, Surveyor ; J. S. Johnson, Coroner and Administrator. 

! 


Antelope Valley, 

P. 0. Four miles east of Red Bluff. 


Ballard Chas. L., farmer. 

Bellelvilill, 

(Postoffice Red Bluff.) 

Adams A. M., farmer. 

Ball C. J., laborer. 

Bean L. S., lumberman. 
Brazell Wm., farmer. 


±Jntte ureeK, 

(Postoffice, Tehama.) 


Aquen A. A., farmer. 
Bolduc Lewis, farmer. 
Clark H. W., miller. 
Denison A., farmer. 
Denison Wm., farmer. 
Forward A., farmer. 
Gorder G. C., farmer. 

Hall W. G,, farmer, 191 a. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


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CDV TE.iVMY 


Hanford Thaddeus, schl tchr 
Hazen A. E., stock raiser. 
Hazen G. W., farmer. 
Hazleton N. S., laborer. 
Long J. A., farmer, 842 a. 
Love F. R., school teacher. 
Morgan R. W., frmr and 
stock raiser, 330 a. 
Pepperdine S., farmer. 

Soap A. F., farmer. 

Cottonwood, 

(Post office, Red Bluff.) 

Barry John, frmr, 1,560 a. 
Colyean Chas. Jr., mason. 
Daily Wm., farmer. 

Dixon Paul, frmr, 80 a. 
Dodson H. R., farmer. 
Dodson W. B. H., hotel. 
Donovan John., farmer. 

Elam John, farmer, 

Farquhar G. C., frmr, 160 a. 
Prates Antone, farmer. 
Glassburn A, J., farmer. 
Grider J. S., plasterer. 
Howard M. B. V., frmr, 100 
acres. 

Howard Rev. W. A., clergy- 
man. 

Jackson C. R., farmer. 

Jones Elias, carpenter. 

Lane W. R., farmer. 

Lutman John, farmer. 

Lynch J., farmer. 

Marty M., farmer, 640 acres. 
McWhinney J. N., stock- 
raiser. 

Munes J. C., farmer. 

Owens R., farmer, 390 acres 
Petterson J., farmer. 


COUNTY. HEN 227 


Petterson J. L., farmer. 
Pickett B. H., farmer. 
Stockton J. E., physician. 

Farmington, 

(Post office, Red Bluff.) 

Bennefield A. A., farmer. 
Chittenden A., farmer. 
Chittenden C. C. & Bro., 
fanners, 480 acres. 

Rantz D., blacksmith. 

Rantz J. H., blacksmith. 

Rice C. P., genl mdse. 

Henleyville, 

P. 0. Twenty miles southwest of 
Bed Bluff. 

Alexander C. G., farmer. 
Brannigan B., farmer. 
Brannigan B., Jr., farmer. 
Brannigan G., farmer. 

Burtt J. L., farmer. 

Cheatham W. D., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Cleghorn P. M., stock raiser, 
1,600 acres. 

Cousins M. A., farmer. 
Crooke L. B., farmer, 160 a. 
Flournoy D. H., farmer. 
P'lournoy G. H., stock raiser. 
Flourney Thos., farmer. 
Freeman John, frmr, 1,000 a 
Gilbert W. T.. farmer. 
Gleason Jno., frmr, 1,200 a. 
Grider A. F., farmer. 

Grider J. H., farmer. 

Grider S. S., farmer. 

Hill W. H., barkeeper. 
McKenney G. H., farmer. 
Perry G. O., farmer, 160 a. 


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Proctor J. H., genl mdse. 
Samson A. W., farmer. 
Vanlandingham E. T., frmr. 

Hunters, 

(Post office, Red Bluff.) 

Barber B. W., farmer, 320 a. 
Bowen Henry, farmer. 

Burrell E., farmer. 

Inghams,' 

(Post office, Tehama.) 

Albert Eugene, farmer. 
Barnes A. J., mechanic. 
Blackburne James, Irmr, 8o a 
Bonham H. H., farmer. 
Bradferd J. H., farmer. 
Bradford L. R., farmer. 
Burn’ll U. R., farmer. 

Lassen, 

(Post office. Red Bluff.) 

Avery C. S., carpenter. 
Avery C. I., carpenter. 

Baker Joseph, blacksmith. 
Bible K. R., farmer. 

Bronk A. G., farmer. 

Brown S. F., farmer. 

Burrows J. L., blacksmith. 

Paskenta, 

P. O. Thirty miles southwest of 
Eed Bluff. 

Abbot.t J. A., teamster. 
Abbott T. ],, blacksmith. 
B9.rber A. C., farmer. 


Barr H., farmer. 

Blakesley C. H., farmer. 
Black Robert, frmr, 160 a. 
Block W. D., farmer. 

Brower D., farmer. 

Byran M., stock raiser, 160 
acres. 

Campbell J. S., farmer. 
Campbell T. McLane, frmr. 
Carrington S. M., clerk 
Cobb G. O., hotel. 

Cobb J. R., farmer. 

Cockburn Thos , frmr, 640 a. 
Coombe John, stock dealer. 
Cox A. T., farmer. 

Doughton F., stock raiser. 
Elmore J. J., frmr, 2,035 a. 
Fassen John, farmer. 
Flanagan N., frmr, 80 acres. 
Ployd M. D., stock ranch. 
Frames J., sheep raiser. 
Garland M. O., frmr, 160 a. 
Gibbs John, farmer. 

Goings Benj., farmer. 

Goings E., farmer, 80 acres. 
Goings F. L., farmer. 

Gridley J. A., farmer. 
Hamilton D. D., frmr, 228 a. 
Harvey B. P., farmer. 
Hayward M. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Heacock T. F., farmer. 
Herring Ghas., sheep raiser. 
Hightower J. 13., frmr, 160 a 
James George, farmer. 
Jenison Samuel, farmer. 
Jones G. R.* farmer. 

Jordan David L., stock raiser 
Hendrick J. M., frmr, 4,036 a 
Lantz G. W., farmer. 

Lose Chas., farmer. 

Lowrey G. M., frmr & stock 
dealer, 2,849 acres. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


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PAS TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 229 

Markham W., farmer. 

Marley L. C., farmer. 

Martin J. A., farmer. 

Miller W. S., stock raiser. 
Mitchell D., frmr, 400 a. 
Mitchell D, C., frmr, 1,680 a 
Morris P., sheep raiser. 

Neate Chas. A., farmer. 
Newman M. R,, frmr, 360 a. 
Newman R. J,, farmer. 

Oaks D. C., frmr, 480 a 

Oaks Francis, farmer. 

Oaks J. K., farmer. 

Owens Lewis, farmer. 

Parsons F., stock raiser. 

Price Benj., farmer. 

Rice W. H., farmer. 

Robinson F. D., frmr, 320 a. 
Roser Wm., blacksmith. 
Sawyer Alex , farmer. 

Scott H. D., farmer. 

Scribner L. S., genl mdse. 
Sebring Cyrus, farmer. 
Slowey James, dairyman, 160 
acres. 

Squires J. B., carpenter. 
Tatham W. C., farmer. 
Thomas Lewis, farmer. 
TURNER MRS. E. M., Turner 
Hotel 

Uhl G. W., farmer. 

Uhl J. V., farmer, 320 acres. 
Whittock A., farmer. 
WHITTOCK & UORURN, 
blacksmiths and wagon 
makers. 

Whittock ]., stock raiser. 
Williams O., farmer. 
Williams O. F., stock raisei*. 
Wood S. W., farmer. 

Wright F. M., machinist. 
Wright J. S., stock raiser. 

Zumwalt L., farmer. 

Paynes’ Creek, 

( Post office, Tehama.) 

Anderson D. G., frmr, 160 a 
Anderson J. D., farmer. 

Ball J. U., stock raiser. 

Bryant H. A., farmer. 

Red Blnlf, 

P. 0. and County Seat, is at the 
head of navigation and on the west 
bank of the Sacramento river. It is 
on the line of the California and 
Oregon Railroad, 135 miles from 
Sacramento and 240 by water. The 
town has a population of 3,000 and 
is a growing and prosperous place. 
The products of the county for a 
large circuit is shipped from this 
center and trade naturally centers 
here. The Sierra Flume Company 
make their headquarters here and 
have an extensive planing mill and 
sash factory, giving employment for 
several hundred men. The different 
religious denominations have five 
church buildings, and the public 
school is one of the finest in this 
part of the State. The Masons, 
Odd Fellows and Good Templars’ 
Lodges have large and well furnished 
halls. Two newspapers, the Sentinel 
and the People’s Cause are published 
weekly. 

Abernathy George, farmer. 
Acars John, fisherman. 

Acock J. C., laborer. 

Adams Mrs. A. J., boarding- 
house. 

Adams C. J., operator, R. R. 
Albert James, lumberman. 
Alderson C. J.. laborer. 

Alford J. H., farmer. 

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«30 RED TEHAMA COUNTY RED 


Alford J. M,, fanner. 

Alford R. T., farmer. 
Allbright H. M., blacksmith. 
Allen Albert, farmer, i6o a. 
Alves Joseph, miner. 

Alvord C. T. (Cornell & 
Alvord.) 

Alvord Samuel, capitalist. 
Alvord & Rigg. 

Anderson David, farmer and 
stock raiser 

ANDERSON HOUSE, J. M. 

Dyer, proprietor. 

Anderson James, painter. 
Andress E. V., hotel clerk. 
ANDREWS JACOB, prop r 
Red Bluff Hotel. 
Archibald Z,, porter, hotel. 
Aru'strong James, farmer. 
Armstrong T. M., lumber- 
man. 

ARNETH FRED., house, sign, 
ornamental and carriage 
painter. 

Ashurst C. B., frmr, 607 a. 
Aubrey Miss J. F., dressmkr 
Austin A. L., mill man. 
Bacon J. D., frmr, 160 a. 
Bacon J. H., farmer. 

Bahney E. A., stock raiser. 
Bahney L. E., clerk, 
BAHNEY W. H., druggist and 
stationery. 

Bailey E., engineer. 

Bailey G. A., laborer. 

Baird George, barkeeper. 
Baker A. A., farmer. 

Baker E. J., book-keeper. 
Baker E. W., photographer. 
Baker S. A., farmer. 

Baker Theodore, painter. 
Baker V. P., capitalist. 


Baker W m., farmer. 

Balls A. D., farmer. 

Ball A. P., saddler. 

Ballard C. P., farmer. 

Ballard Newel, harness mkr. 
Ball David, waiter. 

Bank George, stock raiser. 
Bank LevVis, waiter. 

Banks Jerome, atty-at-law. 
District Attorney and No- 
tary Public. 

Banks Lewis N., waiter. 
BANK OF TEHAMA COUNTY, 
W. B. Cahoone, Cashier ; 
Chas. Cadwalader, Prest. 
Barber R. C., tinsmith. 
Barley E. S., farmer, 400 a. 
Barnes L. S., printer. 
BARNES W. F., prop’r Sierra 
box factory. 

Barnhart D., farmer. 
Barricklow G. R., clerk. 

Barr Geo., foreman. 
Barringer Simon, laborer. 
Barry Wm., bootmaker. 
Bartholamew N. E., laborer. 
Barton Harry, conductor C. 
P. R. R. 

Bateman J. W., blacksmith. 
Bassett G. F., printer. 

Bates John, farmer, 280 acres 
Bates W. W., farmer. 
Benning O. P., painter. 

Beebe T. H., division sup’t 
S, F. & L. Co. 

Berringer Simon, laborer. 
Bierd R. H., carpenter. 
Bidwell Bros. & Co., black- 
smiths and wagon makers. 
Bidwell E. L. (Bidwell, Bros. 
& Co.) 

Bidwell L., sawyer. 


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TEHAMA COUNTY 


RED 231 


Bid well E. W. (Bid well 
Bros. &. Co.) 

Bierce R. H., salesman S. 
F. & S. Co. 

Bird F. G., filer. 

Blackburn J. A , stage driver. 

Blackburn James W., clerk 
hotel. 

Bleeker J. C., plasterer. 

Blossom James, Sr., store- 
keeper. 

Blossom J. M., Jr., clerk. 

BLOSSOM R. H., frrnr, 10,970 
acres, and stock raiser. 

Boatman J. W., clerk. 

Boatman W , watchman. 

Bodkin W. W., stock raiser. 

Bofinger C. A., brewery. 

Bofinger G., liquors. 

BOFINGER W. F., brewery. 

Bogard A. J., stock raiser. 

Bohn M. J., farmer. 

Boire Moses, blacksmith. 

Booth J. T , engineer. 

Boswell A. S., farmer. 

Botman Wm., night watch- 
man. 

Bourland Lemuel, (Garwood 
& Bourland.) 

Bowen C. H., farmer. 

Bradbury J., frmr, 164 a. 

Brady J. M., clerk. 

BRADY JNO., Empire Livery 
Stable. 

Braynard Chas. P., atty-at- 
law. 

Brearcliff S. Jr., farmer. 

Brearcliff Stephen, frmr, 393 
acres. 

Bressler Henry, frmr, 41 a. 

Brook Henry, laborer. 

Brown C. L , farmer. 


Brown A., blacksmith. 

Brown George, harness mkr. 

Brown J. A., barkeeper. 

Brown M. V., frmr, 673 a. 

Brown Thomas, blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Bullard Geo. C., carpenter. 

Burgess C. T., clerk. 

Burns Andrew. 

Burrichter Henry, frmr, 175 
acres. 

Burrichter J. H., farmer. 

Burt F. F., frmr, 320 a, 

Burtt F. L., bar keeper. 

Burtt H. H., wool buyer. 

Burtt John H. (Finch, Burtt 
&Co,) 

Burtt L. D., clerk. 

Butterworth Geo., cook. 

Cadwalader Chas., President 
Bank of Tehama county. 

CAHOONE \V. B., Cashier 

Bank of Tehama county. 

Calligan H P,, teamster. 

CAMERON J. S., physician. 

Cameron Samuel, blacksmith 

Cameron Thos., hotel. 

Campbell , blacksmith. 

CAMPBELL CHAS. A., dry 
goods, ladies’ and misses’ 
shoes, carpets, millinery 
and notions. 

CAMPBELL E. S., county 
superintendent schools. 

Campbell R. H., Sup’t Cow 
Creek Mines. 

Campbell W, C,, clerk. 

CARLSON ANDREW, harness 
and saddles. 

Carr A., fireman. 

Carrall Peter. 

Carrick A. D., blacksmith. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico, 


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2^2 RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 

Carrigan M. blacksmith. 
Carroll T. J., tinner. 

Carr Wm., fireman. 

Carter Henry, trader. 

CASON a . 1.5 physician and 
surgeon. 

Cassin Henry, farmer. 

Casson Frank, hostler. 
Casteel J. A., farmer. 

Caster Allen, farmer. 
Chadwick Geo., tinner. 
Champlin Geo., farmer. 
Chapman J., teamster. 
Chapman R., teamster. 

Chard Stephen, frmr, 2,702 
acres. 

Charest L. A., dancing aca- 
demy. 

Chase Byron A,, farmer. 
Chase J. A., farmer. 

Chase G. H., shipping and 
receiving clerk. 

Chase L. W., hackdriver. 
Chinckman S., farmer. 
CHIPMAN N. P., sup’t S, F. 
& L. Co. 

Christalien , carpenter. 

Christalien John, gardener. 
Christalien S. E., farmer. 
Christian S. E., barber shop. 
Christian C. W.. barkeeper. 
CHURCH J. E., genl mdse. 
Clark E. N., farmer, 480 a. 
Clark L. D. (Clark, Pryor & 
Co.) 

CLARK & MATHEW, grocer- 
ies, hardware & crockery. 
CLARK, PRYOR & CO., 
proprietors People’s Cause. 
Clark S. D. (Clark & May- 
hew.) 

Claypool Geo., laborer. 

Clements H., hostler. 

Clements John, postmaster. 

Clineman Joseph, brickma- 
son. 

Cobb A , farmer. 

Cobb Caspar, carpenter. 

Cochran James, harness mkr. 

Cocking George, brakesman. 

Colamen G. W„ bootmaker. 

Colby Fred., machine opera- 
tor. 

Cole Reuben, farmer. 

Collamer D. E., bootmaker. 

Collamer D. G., machinist. 

Collins Harry, city assessor. 

Collins 0. H. (Richard & 
Collins.) 

Colyean Henry, farmer. 

Colyear John G., frmr, 320 a 

Cone Chas. Jr., farmer. 

Combs Chas., watchman. 

COMSTOCK C. A., Justice of 
the Peace. 

CONE J. S. (Cone & Welton) 
Vice President Bank^Teha- 
ma county and owner An- 
telope ranch, 1 7,000 acres. 

CONE & WELTON, genl mdse 
and wool buyers; agents 
Studebaker wagons. 

Cooley R. B., painter. 

Coome Robert B., waiter. 

Coon Hughes, sheep shearer 

Cooper G. W., farmer. 

COPELAND H. C., frmr, 1,500 
acres. 

Copeland James, farmer. 

Coranado Lorenso. 

Cornell & Alvard, dry goods 
and clothing. 

Cornell H. S. (Cornell & AF 
yard.) 


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RKD TEHAMA COUNTY RED 233 

Corrigon Martain, capitalist. 
Cowell S. B., mason. 

Cowles H. R., bookkeeper. 
Cox J. F. surveyor. 

Cox Wm. H. watchman. 
Crandall C. G., harness mkr 
and prop’r Crandall’s Hall 
Cremer A. S., carpenter. 
Crippen James, waiter. 
CROCKER N. & CO., dry 
goods, clothing, boots, 
shoes, carpets, &c. 

Crooks J. E., land agent 
Crotzer E., laborer. 
CRUMBAUGH PETER C., 
frmr, 1,400 a, i 2 m south- 
west Red Bluff. 

Crumley A. D., trader. 
Cuddeback John, teamster. 
Cullamer Geo., bootmaker. 
Culley A. F. T,, farmer. 
Curry J., farmer. 

Curry John, hostler. 

Cushing Chas. P. 

CUSHING E. S., collector & 
deputy constable. 

Cushing Frank, machinist. 
Cushing H. P., drayman. 
Dale Milton, farmer. 

Daley Edward, section fore- 
man railroad. 

Dalton , carpenter. 

Damsell J., frmr, i6o a. 
Davenport E. J., groceries. 
Davidson John F., miller. 
Davis J. S., auctioneer. 
DAVIS THOS. J., sup’t repairs 
on railroad. 

Dawson Alfred (Harrison & 
Dawson.) 

Dawson Edward, wagon mkr 
Dawson John E., wagon mkr 

Dawson L. G., land agent. 
Deharen D. H., frmr, 162 a. 
Deharen Geo., farmer. 
Deharen J. S., farmer. 
Delashmot R., farmer. 
Delvecchio C. H., barber- 
shop. 

Derase An tone, farmer. 

De Shields Alfred, deputy co. 
clerk. 

De Shields Mrs. Brit. 

BE SHIELDS E., county elk, 
recorder and auditor. 
Dillabough E., carpenter. 
Dinley John, clerk. 

DISHER J. H., hotel. 

Dobeas Al., carpenter. 

Dodd A. N., engineer. 
Dodson A., carpenter. 
Dollefield Chris., tailor. 
Donnally J. C., nightwatch 
man. 

Donsing Louis, barkeeper 
Dole Joseph, farmer. 

Loty Mrs. Esther, widow. 
Dowell N., blacksmith. 
Drescher B. C., carpenter. 
Drew Chas. H., clerk. 

Dubois Mrs. J. M.^ millinery. 
Duncan F.A., farmer. 

Duncan Wm., farmer. 

Dyer C. B., farmer. 

Dyer H. M , stock raiser. 
DYER J. M.,prop’r Anderson 
House. 

Eaby H., laborer. 

EASTMAN SIMEON, wagon 
maker. 

EBY JACKSON, co. assessor. 
Edwards Wm., blacksmith. 
Edwards Wm., liquors. 

Eiler David. 


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G. W. GRAVES, Drugs and Chemicals, Chico 


234 RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 


Elam W. B., trapper. 

Ellery Geo. W., operator. 

Ellery VVm., clerk. 

ELLISON J. F., attorney at 
law, Crandall’s buildingf, 
Main. 

Elmore H. T., farmer. 

Elmore R. H., clerk. 

Endicott J. E. (Endicott & 
Vestal.) 

ENDICOTT & VESTAL, butch- 
ers. 

Endress J. K., liquors. 

ENGLISH SAMUEL, Stage line I 
to Blue Bridge Mills. 

Epperson Daniel, wagon mkr 

Epperson Newt., laborer. 

Erckert Jacob, laborer. 

Ervine J. G., farmer, 680 a. 

Everett Joseph, laundryman. 

Exley Mrs. A. M., dress- 
maker. 

Facht M., stock raiser. 

Fahrion A. H., water collec- 
tor. 

Fasten W. J. R., stock raiser 

Feit Dan., mining manager. 

FICKERT C. W. & SON, furni- 
ture. 

Fickert W. C. (C. W, Fick- 
ert & Son.) 

Field J. K., teamster. 

Fields Antony, carpenter. 

FINCH, BURTT & CO., genl 
mdse and wool buyers. 

F'inch Jno. Q. (Finch, Burtt 
&Co.) 

Finical W. H., farmer. 

Fish C. E. (Fish Bros. & 
Co.) 

F'ish Erskine (Fish Bros & 
Co.) 


Fish Lafayette (Fish Bros. & 
Co.) 

Fish Bros. & Co., butchers. 
Fish M. H., fireman. 

Fisher Chas., clerk. 

Fisher Rev. J. S., clergy- 
man. 

Fleming Rev. G. A., clergy- 
man. 

Fonda C E., teacher. 

Forbes E., teamster. 

Ford J. R., carpenter. 

Ford Russell, carpenter. 
Fortier C. 

FOSTER C. F., sheriff. 

FRANK A. L., bakery, candy, 
etc., ice cream and oysters! 
Frank D. A., clerk. 

Frank D. W., clerk. 

Frank M. J., painter. 

Frank Samuel F., capitalist 
Franklin J. W., laborer. 

Fratus Frank, frmr, 320 a. 
Freeman S. P., clerk. 

French M. B., stock dealer. 
Frit Daniel, machinist. 

Frost Henry, laborer. 
Galaway R., blacksmith. 

Cans Prof. E. S., private 
Academy. 

GARTER, CHAS. A., attorney 
at law and notary public. 
Garwood & Bourland, feed 
stable. 

Garwood Wm., (Garwood & 
Bourland). 

Gasell A. O., sheep raiser. 
Gates J. N., farmer. 

Gates R. F., farmer. 

Gates T. H., farmer. 

Gedney D. A., book-keeper. 
Gedney D. W., book-keeper. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 235 

Gedney J , book-keeper. 
Gerhart Clement, artist. 
GERSTENBERGER & KUHN, 
watches and jewelry. 
Gerstenberger Paul. (Gerst 
enberger & Kuhn). 
Gibbons Chas., sheep raiser. 
Gifford B. H., barkeeper. 
Gilmore John, farmer, 410 a. 
Gill Chas., carpenter. 

Gill Miss Nannie, dressmkr., 
Glenn Thos., farmer. 

Gliden Chas. E., boxmaker. 
Glinds Wrn., teamster. 

Glines W. F., carpenter. 
Gonzales Cecelia. 

Goodfellow M. A., farmer. 
Gooch C. J., broker. 

Gardiner L. Jr., stock raiser. 
Gardiner L. Sr., stock raiser. 
Gormley Jas., sheet iron wkr. 
Grupner L. C., superintend^ 
sash factory. 

Gray T. J., barkeeper, 

Griggs S. A., stock raiser. 
Grimm J. F., hair dresser. 
Grossman Jacob, farmer. 
Grotsfend August, tinner. 
Gruwell R. F., furniture delr. 
Gurney Wm., farmer. 

Gurney Wm. H., farmer. 
Gupton W. A. J., farmer. 
Guyre B., capitalist. 

Haas Benj., farmfer, 

Haifield John, engineer. 
Halloran Jas., gasfitter. 

Hall R. M., farmer, 160 a. 
Hamilton James, clerk. 
Hammons A. J., frmr, 301 a. 
Hammonds W. G., farmer. 
Hansen Mark. 

Hanson Hans, carpenter. 

Hanson Marcus, farmer. 
Harper Isaac F., bill poster. 
Harrington I.^S., farmer. 
Harrington N., farmer. 
Harrington Stephen T. 
Harrington & Townsend. 
Harrison & Dawson, grocres. 
Harrison J. B., (Harrison & 
Dawson). 

Harris O. W., farmer. 

Hartte Harry P., clerk. 

Hartte Mrs. E. P., music tchr. 
Hartte W. P., druggist. 

Hart T. P., farmer. 

Hart Wm., druggist. 
Harugman J. F'., farmer. 
Hastenplug Jacob, railroad- 
man, Railroad House. 
Hayes P. B., farmer. 

Hazen H , teamster. 

HAZEN W. E., farmer and 
stock raiser. 

Healey F. B., civil engineer. 
Heath H. L., glove maker. 
Heaton John, carpenter. 
Heath H. H. pub schl. 
Heaton W. R., farmer. 
Hearey John, sheep raiser. 
Hebener Peter, blacksmith. 
Henderson H. C., farmer. 
Henry Eugene, barber. 
Herbst Julius, carpenter. 
Herdle William, butcher. 
Hickman C., farmer. 

Hickman Elijah, frmr, 977 a. 
Hickman F. B., farmer. 
HICKS H. A., cigars, tobacco, 
stationery, news, etc. 

Hicks H. J., laborer. 

HICKS MRS. J. B., millinery 
and ladies’ wear. 

Hicks Miss N. T., music tchr 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & GasFitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


IJALLET & LOY Sell Sewing* Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Oal. 



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Cr. W. Paints, Oils ,and Class, Chico^ 


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236 RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 


Hicks S. P., carpenter and 
lodgings. 

Higby W. E , engineer. 
Higgins F. R., ’teamster. 
Higgins Lewis, clerk. 
Higgins Wm., wlgon mkr. 
Higley Abriam, laborer. 
Higley Walter E., engineer. 
Hill J. W., engineer. 
HILLOCK CHAS., house and 
sign painter. 

Hill Wm., gasfitter. 

Hinckley Mrs. L., dress- 
maker. 

Hinds A., carpenter. 

Holman G. W., farmer. 
Holman J. W,, farmer. 
Holman S. A., schl tchr. 

Holt James, plasterer. 

Hook M. R., clerk. 
Houghton Miss S., milliner 
with Chas. A. Campbell. 
Herbert Wm., farmer. 
Horner Geo., ass’t foreman 
sash, door & windw fact’y. 
Howard Daniel, lumberman. 
Howard J. J., cooper. 

Howell Jas. M., frmr, 1,500 a. 
Howell Newton, stck dealer. 
Howell T. N,, frmr, 1,440 a 
Howell Zachariah, job wagn. 
Hubbard Wm., farmer. 
Hubbs P. C., teamster. 
Hughes A., plasterer. 
Hughes B., teamster. 

Hughes Clay, clerk. 

Hughes George H., farmer, 
83 acres. 

Hughes J. A., truckman 
Hughes Thos., wagon mkr. 
Hunter S. J., (Soper & 
Hunter). 


HulseJ. B., janitor court hse. 
Hunus R. R., millwright. 
Hurdle Wm,, butcher 
Hutchison A^ M,, engineer. 
Hutchinson J. F., cook. 
Hutchinson John, laborer. 
Hyde Thos^ T., book keeper. 
Ide Mrs. Daniel. 

Ingraham C. A., engineer. 
Irving J. H., carpenter. 

Jackson V. H., farmer. 

Jackson Lon P., (Newhall & 
Jackson). 

Jackson R. P., harness makr. 
James E. P., farmer. 

James Johnnie, butcher. 

James P. U., engineer. 

James E. t^., farmer. 

Jefferson Mrs. E. J. 

Jeffery Andrew, carpenter. 
Jeffers G. A., physician. 

JELLY ANDREW, frmr, 1,000 
acres, 12 miles north Red 
Bluff, prop’r Jelly’s ferry, 
direct road to Pitt river, 
Big Valley, Goose Lake 
and Eastern Oregon. 

John C. P. S., farmer, 320 a. 
Johnson Andrew, frmr, 1,760 
acres. ! 

Johnson E. W., waiter. ■ 

Johnson G. A., farmer. i 

Johnson Geo., carpenter. 
Johnson J. A., mechanic. 
Johnson J. M., book-keeper. ^ 
JOHNSON J. S., justice of the t 
peace. 

Jones B., stock raiser. 

Jones C. F., barkeeper. 

Jones D. H., supt lumbr Co. I 
Jones J. A., farmer. , 

Jones John A., farmer. 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



HlBBAni) &SdIYlI«iEB>dhico J^ewelers Statidners and 


RED 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


RED 


Jones Wm. Henry, atty-at- 
law. 

Judd G. E., farmer. 

Kauffman A. A., farmer. 
Kauffman C. F., farmer. 

Kay G., laborer. 

Keath Mrs. James, widow. 
Keegan Gerald, tailor. 

Keith Jno., bus driver. 

Keller A. A., blacksmith. 
KELLEY T, H., barber. 
Kennedy James, stock raiser 
Kennedy Mike, nightwatch- 
man. 

Kennedy Thos., constable. 
Kepler Jacob, farmer, 40 a. 
Kerr J. L., carpenter. 
KERSEY L. C.5 gunsmith. 
Kilbourn Robt., plasterer. 
Kindleberger Jacob, agent. 
Kindleburger Jefferson, car- 
penter. 

Kilian Joseph, carpenter. 
Kilm Frank, laborer. 

Kimball G. G., wool grower, 
20,000 acres. 

Kindleberger C. J., machine 
operator. 

Kindleberger F. M., machine 
operator. 

Kindleberger J., carpenter. 
Kindleberger J, T., miner. 
Kingsley Geo. L. & Co., 
glove factory. 

Kingsley G. L., glove maker. 
Klenk P., farmer. 

Klotz R., Central meat mkt. 
Knight J., sawyer. 

Knight J. C., teamster. 
Knight Mrs. Rebecca. 

Kraft Herbert, capitalist and 
farmer. 


Kraft N., capitalist, 2,270 a. 
Kruse Frank, barkeeper. 
Kuhn A., watchmaker and 
jeweler. 

Kuhn Alpin (Gerstenburger 
& Kuhn). 

Lambert James, pottery man- 
ufactory. 

Lange C. C., upholsterer. 
LANGE C. W., hairdresser and 
baths. 

Lange L. H. D., groceries. 
Langheim Wm., farmer. 
LANG J. S., farmer and stock 
raiser. 

Lansdale I. R., barkeeper. 
LANSDALE 0 . W., farmer & 
stock raiser. 

Lansdale W. M., farmer. 
Larrimore R. A., dep sheriff. 
Lathrop Laura D., 180 a. 
Ledloy Thos., hostler. 
Lemon Chas,, peddler. 
Leonard Geo. O., gunsmith. 
Lewis E. J.. attorney at law. 
Lewis Geo., hostler. 

Lewis Samuel, carpenter. 
Lingscheid Antone, boots & 
shoes. 

Lintz , laundry. 

Lintz W. H., barkeeper. 
Logan A. J., frmr, 740 acres. 
Loomis A. J., ice. 

Loomis J. W., clerk. 

Loring A., farmer. 

Lovejoy Chas. J., dry goods, 
clothing, etc. 

Lovett O. A., livery stable. 
Luning H. F., painter. 

Lloyd Harry, fisherman. 
Loyd Henry, teamster. 
Lyman L. L., carpenter. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and BroadwajTf Chico. 


Dry Goods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Go’s, ChTco 


G. W. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


238 RED l EHAMA COUNTY RED 


Lyon D, B., cashier. 

Maddux J M., sawyer. 

Madison Geo., dairyman. 

Madison G. W., soda factory. 

Mahoney Wm., miner. 

Mailer C. W. D.. liquors. 

Maltart John, laborer 

MANASSE J. M., jewelry, 
crockery^ wall paper and 
fancy good 

Manasse M. (Voluntine & 
Manasse). 

MARISCHEN HARRY, builder 
and contractor. 

Marshall Samuel, clerk. 

Marshall Wm., waiter. 

Martin R. A., farmer. 

Martin R. J., farmer. 

Martin Richard, clerk. 

Masten B. L., farmer. 

Mason Dand, barkeeper. 

Matlock A. R,, clerk. 

Matlock D. B., farmer. 

Matlock J. T., atty-at-law. 

May Mrs. Nettie, restaurant. 

May Wm., waiter. 

Mayhew C. R. (Clark & 
May hew.) 

Mayhew F. J., sup’t flour 
mills. 

Mayhew G. H., hardware, 
guns, etc. 

MAYHEW REY. H. A., clergy- 
man (Presbyterian), and 
county judge. 

Mayhew J. H., hardware 
store. 

Mayhew Wm. B., steward, 
hotel. 

MAYHEW WM.P., proprietor 
Tremont Hotel. 

Mayo John, hostler. 


McAtee F. X., auctioneer. 
McCann R., truck wagon. 
McCarty B. A., sawyer. 
McCarty Chas., bootmaker. 
McCarthy Phil. W., liquors. 
McCOY G. C., under sheriff. 
McCOMMONS WM., city mar- 
shal. 

McCorras J. T., farmer. 
McCoy A. M., schl tchr. 
McCraiy John, farmer, 160 a. 
McCRORY JOHN, farmer. 
McCullough W. J., teamster. 
McDonald D. A., carpenter. 
McDowell A., stage driver. 
McGarrey John, printer. 
McGowan & may. City Res- 
taurant. 

McGowan Chas., restaurant. 
McGovern Edward, stock- 
raiser. 

McGregory J. A. (Bidwell 
Bros & Co.) 

McGuygan Frank, carpenter 
McKellen J. B., liquors. 
McKEON BARNEY, black 
smith and horseshoer. 
McKeon Chas., blacksmith. 
McNamara A., farmer. 
McManus Thos., blacksmith 
McNamara Wm. 

Meyers Henry, farmer. 
Middleton A. J., butcher. 
Middleton Wm., butcher. 
Miller C. C. (Miller & 
Myers.) 

MILLER HENRY, prop’r Na- 
tional Hotel. 

Miller & Myers, liquors. 
Minto Wm,, surveyor. 

MOCK C. H., house, sign and 
ornamental painter. 


BfEiss M. J. Putnam IVlillinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



HlBBAnD ^SOMiytEHi Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


RED TEHAxMA COUNTY. RED 239 


Montgomery]. M.,frmr, i6o 
acres. 

MONTGOMERY J. W. B., far 

mer and stock raiser. 

Moore Miss Hattie dress- 
maker with Chas. A. 
Campbell. 

Morehouse Mrs. E. F'. 

Moreton H., tailor. 

Morgan J. A., frmr, 1,120 
acres. 

Morgan John B., clerk. 

Morton Henry, tailor. 

Mount A. V., watchman . 

Mount E. B., night watchman 

Murdock Mrs. M. E., milli- 
nery and dressmaking. 

Murphy S. E., waiter. 

Murch Chas., laborer. 

Murdock S.John, lumber and 
grain. 

Murray C. C., farmer. 

Myers Henry, teamster, 

Myers Louis, (Miller & 
Myers). 

Myers Valuntine, carpenter. 

Manev A. S., farmer. 

NATIONAL HOTEL, Henry 
Miller, proprietor. 

Neat H. J., watchman. 

Nelson Severt, farmer. 

Newcomer L., farmer, 320 a. 

Newhall & Jackson, fruits and 
vegetables. 

Newhall O. W. (Newhall & 
Jackson). 

Noland J. H., school teacher. 

Noland M. D., liquors. 

Norvell J. VV., stock raiser. 

NUGENT F. J., county sur- 
veyor. 

Olendorf W. D., physician. 


Olmsted M. L., dry goods 
and groceries. » 

Otto Christian, bootmaker. 
Owens A. C., stock raiser, 
480 acres. 

Owens B. T., stock raiser, 
Owens Frank, stock raiser. 
Palmer Y. A., farmer, 160 a. 
Parker W. B., stock raiser. 
Patterson J. W., frmr. 

Payne J. A,, liquors 
Payton James, carpenter. 
Peterson B., carpenter. 
Peterson Jack, carpenter. 
PETERSON W. R., house and 
sign painter. 

Phelps F. M., solicitor. 

Pierce C. W., farmer, 320 a, 
and tanner. 

Pierce Henry, teamster. 
Pinkham G. H., ins. agt. 
Poor Chas. M., printer, 

Poor Geo. A., printer. 
Poorman Jerome, tinner. 
Posner M. (N. Crocker & 
Co.) 

Potts J. D„ capitalist. 

Powell K., carpenter. 

Propst H., laborer. 

Pryor J. H. (Clark, Pryor 
& Co,) 

Pryor W. A., druggist. 

Puls George, sheep raiser, 
5,197 acres. 

Puls J., sheep raiser. 

Rambo Franklin (Garwood 
& Bourland. ) 

Rambo Isaac, farmer. 

Rambo Jacob, farmer. 

Rambo M. C., clerk. 

Rambo Wm. D., fruits and 
vegetables. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico, 


The Furniture House ot Butte County, HALLET & LOY, opposite Union Hotel, Chico, Cal. 



Cbico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and (Chemicals, Chico 


240 RKD TEHAMA COUN'l'Y. RED [ 

Rawson H. A., frmr, 12,790 
acres. » 

Ray H. H., Prof, of music. 

Read G. W., painter. 

Reardon Eugene, farmer. 

Reed E. G , farmer, 200 a. 

Reeves Joseph, dairyman. 

Regan E. M., sup’t Antelope 
Water Co. 

Reiser E., wagonmaker. 

Reppert P. R., clerk. 

Reynolds B. H., teamster. 

Reynolds Otis, carpenter. 

Rhodes Mrs. John. 

Richardson J. G., farmer. 

RICHARDSON C. W., watch- 
maker and jeweler. 

RICHART & COLLINS, har 
ness and saddles. 

Richart H. C. (Richart & 
Collins.) 

Rihn Joseph, baker. 

Ritchlin A. E., barkeeper. 

Roberts J. B., livery stable. 

Robertson Duncan, horse- 
shoer. 

Robinson Henry, liquors, 

Robinson M. C., carpenter. 

Robinson Wm., laborer. 

Robinson Wm. R., liquors 
and restaurant, 

Rodgers R. R., signal ser- 
vice officer. 

Rodgers Wm., stone cutter. 

Root 0 . F,, hotel. Soda 
Springs. 

Rose Edward, clerk. 

ROSEVEARE ROBERT, drug 
gist. 

Ross Mrs. Geo., widow. 

Rotter Frank, cabinetmaker. 

Royce E A., farmer. 

Royce O. H., farmer. ' 

Ruff A. A , fanner. 

Ruff J. L., stock raiser. j 

Ruile J. H., surveyor. ; 

Ryan Miss Annie, private! 
school. 

Ryan Andrew, carpenter. j 

Ryan Thos. R., proprietor' 
gas works. 

Safiel ‘1 J. M., machinist. 

Saftell S. A., planing mill. i 
Sahell S. P., wagon maker, j 
Sahell Z. C., carpenter. 
Salisbury George, clerk. 
Sanborn D. B , farmer. t 

Sandefur Robert, laborer. ! 

Sandefer Rev. W. J., cler- 1 
gyman. I 

Sanford A., farmer. ’ 

Sanford J., frmr, 280 acres. 
Saxton Rev. 1 . B., clerp-yman | 
(Baptist). 1 

Saylar John, farmer. j 

Sayre Chas., barkeeper. i 

Sayre E. W., clerk. | 

Schelley S. C., stage line. 
Schoefield Joseph, engineer. | 
Schoenfeld D. M., clerk. 
Schoenfeld Jeremiah, clerk. 
SCHOENFELD S. D., jewelry, 
crockery and fancy goods. 
Schofield J. A., book-keeper. 
Schoo Chas., clerk. 

Schroder August & Wm., 
liquors. 

Schroder Wm., stock raiser. 
Scott A., farmer. 

Scott G. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Scott J. W., farmer. 

SCOTT P. C., land agent. 

Scott P. M., book-keeper. 
Sears C. E., surveyor. 


Oolnsa Stasre Go., General OlOlce, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, [General Supt. 


HIBBARD & SOlYinZER. Chic . P<»oer Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


RED IE HAMA COUNTY. RED 241 


SHACKELFORD H. B., dept’y 
U. S. and county sur- 
veyor. 

Shackleford J. W., farmer. 
Sharrock C. M., laborer. 

Shell John Jr., farmer. 

Shell John Sr., farmer. 
Sheppard Charles D., waiter. 
Sherninsky Louis, harness 
maker. 

Shirely P. K., farmer. 
SIMMONS B. E., farmer, 231 
acres. 

Simmons Barney E., farnxer, 
320 acres. 

Singer H. G., dispensing elk. 
Skelton Wm., farmer. 

Sleeth C. A., Luna House 
Corral. 

Smallwood J. A., farmer. 
Smallwood J. B., farmer. 
Smith A. L., farmer. 

Smith Mrs. Eliza. 

Smith E. W. (Clark, Pryor 
& Co.) 

Smith G. N., farmer. 

Smith J. H., farmer. 

Smith Joseph, stock raiser- 
Smith N., carpenter. 

Smith Wm., teamster. 

Smout Chas. A., clerk. 
Sneath W. O., carpenter. 
Snider Voluntine, blacksmith 
Snowden James D., barkpr. 
Solomon M., farmer. 

Soper & Hunter, furniture. 
Soper W. T. (Soper & Hun- 
ter.) 

Spangle Henry, laborer. 
Sprague E., blacksmith. 
Springate M., blacksmith. 
Standfork J. W., farmer. 


Stewart Robt., lumber sur- 
veyor. 

Stoll Carl, harness maker. 

STOLL PAUL, harness and 
saddles. 

Straley Jacob, stock raiser. 

Streeter W. O., clerk. 

Strickland J. E., yard master 
lumber co. 

Strickland S. E., sup’t of 
yard, S. F. & L. Co. 

Sullivan M., printer. 

Supan M., physician. 

Sutton A A., clerk. 

Sweeney C. H., carpenter. 

Sweeney Daniel, miner. 

Sweeney Edward, book-kpr. 

Sweeney E. H., schl tchr. 

Sweeney S., farmer. 

TABER GEO. B., farmer, 480 
acres, Red Bluff tp. 

TABER & GRIMM; liquors 
and lunch house. 

TABER L. H. (Taber & 
Grimm. ) 

Talley I. S., farmer. 

Talmage I. N., liquors. 

Tarbucket N., laborer. 

TAYLOR G. VV., R. R. agent. 

Taylor R., stock raiser. 

TEHAMA LAND AND AB- 
STRACT COMPANY, P. C. 
Scott and Ed. De Shields, 
managers. 

THE PEOPLE’S CAUSE, 
Clark, Pryor & Co., pro- 
prietors. 

THE SENTINEL, A. Towns- 
end, proprietor. 

Thomas S. S., mason, 

Thompson J. C., mechanic. 

Thomson W. A., clerk. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Giass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal'! 



Go to TICKNER, BURNHAM &. Co’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagrons and Farming Implements, Chico. 


G <W. GRAVES, P^ani Medicines, CUcd. 


RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 


Thornton James, hostler. 
Tingle John, laborer. 
iTolladay A. J., farmer. 
[Tolley Geo., stock raiser. 
[Tolley H, H,, collector and 
! insurance agent. 

[Tolley Mrs. James. 

Tolley V. J., printer. 
TOWNSEND A., proprietor of 
The Sentinel and County 
Treasurer. 

Townsend W. B., printer. 
Treier Theodore, tailor. 
TREMONT HOTEL, Wm. P. 

Mayhew, proprietor. 
Trewblood John, farmer. 
Trumpler Fritz, stock raiser. 
Tucker E. S., bootmaker. 
Tucker F. F., farmer. 
Twaddell James, bootmaker. 
Tyne E. D., machinist. 
Underhill H. J., physician. 
Underhill T. M., farmer. 
Vestal A., farmer. 

Vestal F. A , school teacher 
Vestal -G. W. (Endicott & 
Vestal). 

Vickers Floyd, clerk. 

Vickers J. F., clerk. 

Vickers L E., clerk. 

Vickers P. F., stock raiser. 
Vickers P. H., stock raiser. 
Vickers T. B., cigars and 
tobacco. 

Vigus G. W., butcher. 

Volker Chas. (C. Volker & 
Son). 

Volker Conrad (C. Volker & 
Son). 

VOLKER C. & SON, clothing, 
boots, shoes, hats and caps, 
furnishing goods, etc. 


Voluntine J. C. (Voluntine & 
Manasse). 

VOLUNTINE & MANASSE, 
hardware and agricultural 
implts, wagons, stoves and 
tinware, 

Voss Benj., tinner, 

Wainscott Frank, blacksmith. 

WALTON A. & REEVES J. H., 
dairymen. 

Ward John, farmer. 

Ward M,, clothing, boots and 
shoes. 

Warden W. D., farmer. 

Warder G. T., blacksmith. 

Wanee William, steward at 
hospital. 

Waters John, laborer. 

Watson B. F., laborer. 

Webb M. B., carpenter. 

Webb S., wagon maker. 

Webb T. B., wagon maker. 

Webb Theodore, hostler. 

WEED D. F., painter. 

Weidfeldt Henry, blacksmith 

WELCH J. 0., farmer and 
stock raiser. 

Wells H. D., teamster. 

Wells J. B., stage to Park- 
enta. 

Wells L., carpenter. 

Wells M., farmer. 

Wells N., job wagon. 

Welshons J. H., engineer. 

Welton L. S. (Coney & 
Welton). 

Wentz Henry, bakery and 
liquors. 

West H. P. 

Wheeler O. M., flume bldr. 

Whepley W. L., clerk. 

White L., painter. 


B. A. Haningrton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville, 


HIBBARD Sl SOMMER, Chico Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


RED TEHAMA 

COUNTY. RED 243 

WHITE A. H., sign, carriage 
and house painter. 
Whitlock & Coburn, black- 
smiths and wagon makers. 
Wible Rev. E. A., clrgyman. 
Wicks W., laborer. 

MRS. E. M. TURNER, 

KEEPS THE 

Turner House at Pa>kenta. 

Mrs. T. invites her friends and the public 
to give her a call. Table equal to 
any in town. 

WIEDEMANN LOUIS, boot 
and shoemaker, Main, op- 
posite Tremont House. 
Wiendieck H H., wtchmkr. 
Wilbur James, farmer. 

Wilcox A. P., farmer. # 

Wilcox S. D., farmer. 

Wilkins Mrs. L. E. 

Williams J. W., butcher. 
Williams L., painter. 

W. H. BAHNRY, 

DEALER IN 

Drugs, Medicines, Painls& Oils, 

BOOKS & STATIONERY, 

Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Use. 

Customers will find my Stock of MEDICINES 
complete, warranted genuine, and of 
the best quality. 

MAIN STREET, - - RED BLUFF 

Williams M. D., farmer. 
Williams N., farmer. 

Williams Richard J., clerk. 
Wills J. B., farmer. 

Wilson Mrs. Elizabeth, widw. 
Wilson James, farmer, 163 
acres. 

RED BLUFF BREWERY 

W. F. BOFINGFR, Proprietor. 

LAGER BEER, of the finest quality in Kegs, 
also Bottled Lager for family use. Customers 
promptly attended to. Agent for WILCOX’S 
IMPROVED STEAM WATER LIFTER. Par- 
ties can see a 3,000 gallon per hour Lifter at my 
Brewery in Red Bluff, which has been in success- 
ful of)eration for some time. 

Wilson J. C. E., carpenter. 
Wilson John V., carpenter. 
Windoes W. W., glove 
maker. 

'Wirtz M., butcher. 

Winters G G., butcher. 
Wisenborn Chas., hostler. 
Wood H. H., farmer. 

Worley James, farmer, 477 
acres. 

Tie Empire LroySlais 

J. BRADY, Proprietor, 

Corner Main and Cak Streets, Red BlnfP 

Carriages, Buggies, Rockstwatys 
etnd Road Wa.gons 

TO LET ON MOST REASONABLE TERMS 

And at All Hours of Day or Night. 

Horses Boarded on Reasonable Terms 

Particular attention paid to Funerals. 

W orth Miss Lizzie, chamber- 
maid. 

Worshum A. F., carpenter. 
Wright E., farmer. 

Wright Wm., cook. 

Wroobs Henry, carpenter. 
Young T. C., brakesman. 
Young Thos., carpenter. 
Ziegler G. W., farmer. 

THOS. H. KELLEY, 

Hairdresser ! 

AND 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 


J F. No wman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


BALLET & LOY £ell £'cwicg Machines, Needles, Gils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming' Implements. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


244 RKD TEHAMA COUN'IY. RED 


FRED ARNETH, 

House, Sign, Carriage 

and 



All Kinds of GRAINING Done to Order. 

RED BLUFF, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. 



Hivliaiin Street, TSed. BlijLff, 


T. -<f^3^TIDJ=cJ=JTX7'S, ZLJZa.rLS.g'er. 

The Manager of the above-named Hotel begs leave to call the attention 
of the citizens of Hed Bluff and the traveling public generally, to the 
fact that he has assumed the management of this Hotel, and has refitted 
and furnished it in a style 

Sficoii lo i FM-Glass Hotel iBHortlieri Calitola 

THUS AFFORDING 

THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS 

To all who may favor him with their patronage. No pains will be spared 
that will add to the comfort of his guests. 

THE TA.BX-1E 


Will be furnished with the Best the Market Affords. Board and Lodging 
to suit the times. Free (loach to and from the Cars. House open all 
Night CHARGES MODP]RATE. 



^200,000. 


CHAS. CADWALADER, President. I J. S. CONE, Vice-President, 
W. B. CAHOONE, Cashier. 


TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 


Colusa Stage Co., Creneral Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



HIBBARD ik SOMIVIER Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


RED TEHAMA COUNTY RED 



Oa-rpets, l^TotioriLS, Etc., 

LADIES AND IIISSES HOSIEHY AND SHOES ! 


also 

i DKESSIAKING aill MILLINERY EstaRlislilllfilt 

OorLiiected. ■witli tlxe Hovise. 

A Full Assortment of P]verything in my Line 

AT PRICKS to SUIT THE TIMES 

Cor. 3iv^airr Oa3^ Streets, 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 


Joseph S. Cone. Lamson S. Welton. 



DEALERS IJV" 


General Merchandise! 

and 

Purchasers of Wool ! 

TTITIOXT BI-OCIK, 

IMCA-IKT STnESET, 

13©d. Cal. 

tJ. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


FHALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Picture Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 



TlOSNXiR BURNHAM & Co., Main and Third Streets, Chico, Sell Everything Cheap 


G. W. GRAVES. Drugs and Chemicals, Chico 


246 ' RED TEHAMA COUNTY RED 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

DRY and FANCY GOODS 

Hats and Gaps, 


Groceries and Provisions, 

WINES, LIQUORS AND TOBACCO! 

0-ra.iri., :^rod.\:Lce, Etc- 

RED BLUFF, CaL. 

ORDERS SOLICITED, 



N. W. Cm'fier Main and Walnut Sts., 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 


T- ZD’STEIS, ]Pxoprietox 


No Chinese Help Employed ! 


Free Coach to and from the House. 

E. "V. ^AJItTIDXSESS, Olerlfe: 


BliM M. J. Pntnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 


tlf6BAltl!l 6c SdlYtlViBlt^ Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


RED 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


RED 247 



Dealer in and Manufacturer of 



ETC.. El'C. 


CARRIAGES DONE to ORDER 

Full As.sortment of 



WIlijs, Spors 

BLANKETS, 


Etc., Etc., Constantly 
on Hand. 




Main Street, Red Bluff, CrandaU's Building. 


O'- F'. 

Attorney & Counmllor-at-Lmr 


CRANDALL’S BUILDING, - - - MAIN STREET, 


Practices in all the Courts of the State. Collections 
Promptly Made. 


J. E. Endicott G. W. Vestal. 



BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, LARD, GAME, AND ALL KINDS OF 
SMOKED AND DRIED MEATS. 

Street, ISed. Sluifif-- 

AND 

HOTA.RY PUBDIC I 

Street, Red. RlufF, 

Office, Lange^s Building. 


J F4 Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor, Broadway 6c Third Chico, 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building* Paper. Carpet. Carpet Lining and Cotton House Lining 'Chico, Cal. 



Cbico Plow IVorks Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chico 


248 RED 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


RED 



DEALER IN 


Candy, Nuts, Stationery, Pictorial Papers, 


iTE25:a? X)oo2^ TO x’OBT cx'3r=C33, z z z z z si'iaEE'r, 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 


Hi- O- KLER.SH3Y, 

Mamifactiirer of 

ca-TTisrs, ^pistols i 


CEEEDMOOB 

and 

TELESCOPE 



Shotguns Re-hored 4’ Warranted, to give Satisfaction 


TREMONT HOTEL. 

©lEMSIKAl, @®rA©]E 

DP. I=>roprietor 

Situated Near the Railroad Depot. 


MAm STREET, RED BLUFF. 

McGOWAN & MAY, 

PROPRIETORS 



Street, ISed. 






Oolnsa Stasro Co., General Office, Colosa, E. A. Harrington, IGeneral Snpt 



HIBBARD & SOlYiniER, Chic P<Mer Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


RED TEHAMA COUNTY RED 



ILT ortliL Street, 

RKEV BLUFF, CAL. 


NEW HOUSE & NEW FURNITURE throughout. 
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. 


L. D. Clark. J. H. Pryor. P. W. Smith. 



-^ISTID 

Formerly the RED BLUFF IKDEPEMDEKT. 
Established in 1860. 


THE OLHEST NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN TEHAMA CO. 


Published every SATURDAY and Daily, at 

Red Bluf f; ialif era! a> fer Clark; W'Sfm M C 


THE PEOPLE’S CAUSE is published in the midst of the finest agri- 
cultural Wool-growing manufacturing Lumbering and Mining Region in 
the Upper Sacramento Valley, of which it is the Representative Journal. 

THE PEOPLE’S CAUSE advertising rates will be furnished on ap- 
plication. CLARK, PRYOR & CO., 

Publishers and Proprietors. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Go to TICENBR, HURNHAM & Go’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagons and Farming Implements. Chico. 


G W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Cfiido'. 


250 RED 


TEHAMA COUNIT. 


RED 




{Incorporated J\,' overnher 11, 187S.) 


MANUFACTURES SUGAR PINE, YELLOW PINE, SPRUCE 
AND FIR LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, 
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS 
OF BUILDING MATERIAL. 


Planing Mill Work of Every Description Done to 
Order at Lowest Rates. 


The Company Manufactures Scantling, Joist, 
Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling, Laths, Pickets, 
Shingles, Shakes, and every de- 
scription of Building Lumber. 


The Railroad provides a quick and convenient means of delivery to a 
points, and arrangements have been made to ship mixed loads at a uniform 
price per car. 

Dealers and consumers will find it to their advantage to visit the Com- 
pany Yards or correspond with them before buying elsewhere. 

The Company will exchange Lumber for Barley, Hay and all faft*m 
products. It also has at Red Bluff and Chico large stores well stocked 
with General Merchandise, and will exchange it for all kinds of produce. 

Wholesale and Retail Yards, 


RED BLUFR, Tehama County. 
SESMA, 

CHICO, Butte County. 


SACRAMENTO. 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

Corner Fourth and Channel. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Mar ysvillo. 


\ 



HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


RED 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


RED 251 


H. C. Kichart. 


O. H Collins. 





Pioneer Harness & Saddle Shop. 

MAIM STBEET, RED BLUFF. 


OF THE FIRM OP 

€Ss -A-TDsliioir, 

Farmers aiid Stock Raisers, opposite Colusa, owners of the French 
Percheron Stallion. 

One of* tlie Bent Br*oocIin{j- lloi-ses ii« l lie Oomit 



Manufacturer of All Kinds of 


ZvZa-irL Street, 

BXiXrZ'Z’, C^Xi. 


Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Clothing Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, 

Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, 
Cigars and Yankee Notions. 

CRACKERS, NUTS and CONFECTIONERY Constantly on Hand 
Main Street, Red Bluif, one door South of the Tremont Hotel. 

Orders from the Country will receive prompt attention. 


J F. RTewman, Tinner, Plnmber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


BALLET & LOY Sell dewing nc.achincs, Noodles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 



Chico Plow IVorks Warrant all Their Work. 


Gr W. Drug's and Chemicals, dhicd. 


252 RED TEHAMA COUNTY. RED 


M. Posner. N. Crocker 


3Sr. Orocls:er 6z Oo., 

DEALERS IN 

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, 

Boots, Shoes, Hits, Carpets, Ecc., 

MAIN STREET, RED BLUFF. 

J. M. MANASSE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Books, Stationery and Fancy Goods, 
Wall Paper, Crockery, Glassware, 
and Cutlery. 

Jewelry, Watches, Clocks and 
Spectacles. 

IVTJXS^Eto. 

MAIN STREET, RED BLUFF. 

OT4S* n, HOCK, 

House and Sign Painter. 

PAPERING & KALSOMING A SPECIALTY 
Sa.tisfa,ctio3a. G’u.a.ra.n.teed.. 
RED BLUFF, CAL. 

C. W. RICHARDSON, 

Watchmaker I 

JEWELER AND ENGRAVER, 

In Bahney’s Drug Store, 

STREET, 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 

ROBERT ROSIE VEARE, 

DEALER IN 

Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals, 
Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, 
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS 

For Medicinal Use. 

Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded 
at all hours. 


‘ W. R. PETERSON, 

Sign Falhtdr 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 

Thankful for past patronage does most respect- 
fully .solicit a continuance of the same. 

S. D. SCHOENFELD, 

Importer and Dealer in 

Cigars, Tobacco, Books, Stationery, 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, 

Guns, Pistols and Ammunition, Toys, 
Confectionery, Nuts, Etc., Etc. i 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

Fishing Tackle, Pocket and Table Cutlery, No- 
tions. Agent for Stein way Pianos, and Mason & 
Hamlin Organs for Tehama County- 

•W'laZI'T’E, 

House, Sign, Carriage and 
Ornamental 

PAINTER ! 

ALSO 

:E=a,per-!Ea:a,iig:er ! 

RED BLUFF, CAL. 

D. F. WEED, “ 

Sign and Ornamental Painter! 

Having located in 

xe E ZD sxi-crx’x’, 

I Shall be Gladof a Call in my Line. 

S T '.A. O e’ Xi I 3sr E 

TO 

Blue Ridge Mill. 

Trip Made Weekly by Stage, 

ALSO 

Extra Trip with Mail and Express 
Matter by Horse. 

Thanking my friends for past patronage I most 
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 

SAM ENGLISH. 


Colusa Staire Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 


tllBBARB & SdlVlMEB Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


RED 253 




mii ^ 






A. TOWNSEND, Editor and Proprietor. 


m m 1 


f 


OiroTjLlo^tos 

Through a Prosperous Fertile 
Section of Country, 

SUPPORTED BY— 


STOCK AMO ACRiCUtTURE 


-MAKIMG THE-r- 


ONE OF THE BEST 



rd^'S; 


if 




TZZE! SX-^TEII 

ToriM-S rtoa^json^lDlo 


The SEJ\'’TUVEL has good facilities for 


• 1 

Being able to do FIRST-CLASS WORK in all its branches. 


The SEMTIKEL has the Largest Circulation of 
any Country Eager in Jforthern California. 

J. N. niOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. dtuctT 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building: Paper, Carpet, Carpet Lining and Cotton House Lining Chico, Cal. 




Dry Goods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co’s, Ch!co 


G. W. GRAVES, Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico 


254 


si-:s 


IK HAMA COUNTY 


TKH 


VOBUNTINB & MANASSB, 

Importers and Dealers in 



Coal, Sieel, Hardwood, Rope, VVa^oii!». 

Manufacturers of 


Tinp Copper and Sheet Iron Ware^ 

MAIN STREET, EEO BLUFK. CAL. 


Scatterville, 

(Post office Red Bluff.) 

AITKEN A. B. & CO., srenl 
mdse, 10 miles SW of Te 
hama. 

Sesma, 

(Post office Tehama.) 

Cowles H. P., manager lum- 
ber CO. 

Ellis A. T., manager flour 
mills. 

Ellis M. C., flour mills. 

Fisher Chas. M., book-kpr. 
Lyman L. L., manager plan- 
ing mill. 

Lyon D. B., manager lumber 
company. 

Snelling Frank, operator W. 
U. Tel. Co. 

Williams Geo. W.,genlmdse. 

Tehama, 

P. 0. Twelve miles south of Red 
Bluff on the west bank of the Sac- 
ramento river at the crossing of the 
California and Oregon Railroad. The 
population is about 800, and there 
»re many very handsome and costly 
buildings* The town is pleasantly 


situated and has a large trade with 
the productive agricultural country 
to the south and west. The lumber- 
ing interest is also of considerable 
importance. This being the termini 
for a flume of a V flume, com- 
mencing in the mountains 40 miles 
northeast. This in the early days 
was the junction of the two roads 
which came up the Sacramento val- 
ley, one on the east side the other 
on the west, and was known as Hairs 
crossing. 


Abraham Abe, barber. 

Acres J. A., farmer. 

Adams Thos., machinist. 
AHRENS FRED., bootmaker. 
AITKEN A. B., clerk. 
AITKEN J. S., Tehama mar- 
ket. 

Aitken R. B., postmaster, 
watchmaker, stationery, ci- 
gars, etc. 

Ambrose Thomas, farmer. 
Anderson A. N^, farmer. 
Anderson C., farmer. 
Anthony Robert, blacksmith. 
Archambert Jos., hrnss mkr. 
Asher Adgate, carpenter. 
Balch James, farmer. 

Balch N., farmer, 240 acres. 
Baumgarten Henry, wagon 
maker. 

Beatty W, N., clerk 


BSifls M. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville. 



& SdMlVlEB^ dhico Jewelers^ Stationci^s and 


as 


RED TEHAMA 


Black Andrew, farmer. 
Blanchard A. S., farmer. 
Blanchard E. W., frmr, i6o a. 
Blanchard John, hostler, 
Boford C., farmer. 

Bogard J. D., stock raiser. 
BOGARD J. J,5 stock raiser, 
300 acres, 

Bohn M., blacksmith. 

Boland John^ farmer. 

Bonham H. ]., farmer. 
Brachman S., groceries. 
Brady L. W., blacksmith. 
Breeden B. S., blacksmith. 
Briggs Ira ]., warehense. 
Bumgarten H., wagon maker. 
Campbell J. S., engineer., 
Carlisle William, clerk. 
Chamberlain ]., farmer. 
CHITTENDEN BR 08 ., farm- 
ers, 880 acres. 

Chittenden C. E., farmer. 
Clark A. J., justice of peace. 
Clark B., farmer. 

CLARK J. W., dry goods, 
clothing, groceries, etc. 
Clark Wm., farmer. 

CLEMENS JOHN, farmer. 
Coble ¥. M., farmer. 

Coble John W., frmr, 205 a. 
Coffee A. A., farmer, 160 a. 
Coffee J. W., blacksmith. 
Coglin Dennis, farmer. 

Colby S. R., farmer. 

Cole J. F., farmer. 

Copeland J. S., farmer, 3,640 
acres. 

Coulter James, moulder. 
Cummings Mrs. E., widow. 
Cunningham W. J., laborer. 
Cunningham B., farmer. 
Cunningham W. L., farmer. 


LOUN'IV. red 255 


Cutter D. S, (Cutter & 
Kelly.) 

Cutter & Kelly, proprietors 
Tehama Tocsin. 

Daring L., farmer. 

Davis Chas., hostler. 

Davis R, M., laborer. 

Deeds B., farmer. 

Demoresf" P, P., frmr, 160 a. 
Dilliman A., farmer. 

Disney Theo., farmer. 
Doring H., farmer, i6o acres 
Dresser J. L., farmer. 

Eaton Chas., farmer. 

Edgar P., farmer. 

Ehorn Samuel, farmer. 
Ehrlich John, clerk* 

Elder J. A., farmer. 

Elis Joseph, farmer, 

Farley - — ■ — , farmer. 

Farrell John, blacksmith. 
Fennessy Jeremiah, black- 
smith. 

Ficklin T. P., farmer. 
Pdnchard Isaac, laborer. 
Fincher J. R., farmer. 
Flemming Thos., bridge 
tender. 

Flint Joseph, physician. 

Frost John, farmer. 

Galbraith Neil, laborer. 
Garner W. R., farmer. 
GEDNEY A. M., farmer, 2,000 
acres. 

Gibbs S. F.. sheep raiser. 
Gibbs T. T., farmer. 

Ginnell John, farmer. 

Graffel Chas S., blacksmith. 
Greene C. H., book-keeper. 
Groves J. H., farmer. 
Gummill R. J., farmer, 

GYLE HERMAN, fancy goods. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


TICENER BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 



Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chico 


256 TKH TEHAMA COUNTY. TEH 

Gyle Joseph, clerk. 

Gyle L. A. (S. A. Gyle & 
Co.) 

GYLE S. A. & 00 ., general 
merchandise, 10,476 acres. 

Hall Samuel, teamster. 

Hamilcon R., farmer. 

Hand Mrs. E. widow, 

Harrington J ohn ( Harrington 
& Moses). 

Harrington & Moses, livery 
stable. 

HARVEY CHAS.,gen’ral mer- 
chandise, and agent W. F. 
& Co. 510 acres. 

Hatfield J. H.. farmer. 

Hayes H. B., blacksmith. 

Hayward B. B., farmer. 

Hazlett C. F., farmer. 

HEIDER CHRIS., proprietor 
Heider House. 

Herrington John, hostler. 

Hill L. C., farmer. 

Hinstreet D. S., farmer. 

Hoag George, farmer and 
stock raiser, 2,400 acres. 

Hobson J. M. (Small & 
Hobson). 

Hollenbeck J. H., farmer. 

Hoppins John, farmer. 

Hoy Chas. A., agent C. P. R. 
R., and operator W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Hughes Henry, farmer. 

HUNT CHAS., farmer, 320 a. 

Hyatt G. H., farmer. 

Ingram G. V., farmer. 

Ires A., farmer. 

James Joseph, farmer. 

JEWETT WM. E., farmer, .5 60 
acres. 

Johnson James, laborer. 

Jones J. L., fisherman. 
Karmulenski J., barber. 
KELLEY JOHN R., black- 
smith and horseshoer. 

Kelly F. P., (Cutter & Kelly) 
Kelly James, laborer. 

Knott S. W., deputy sheriff. 
Kunigk Rudolph, clerk. 
Cages Louis, tailor. 

Leach L. E., engineer. 

Lea John, ferryman. 

Logan G., farmer. 

Lyle J. P., farmer. 

Malott J. S., farmer, 137 a. 
HAULEY L. H., proprietor 
Fehama House. 

Mason VV. W., farmer. 
MATHEWS WM. P., physician 
McAlpin Thos. VV , tinner. 
McBride Rev. H. B., clergy- 
man (Presbyterian.) 
McClain W. M., farmer. ♦ 
McCurry Thos. H., laborer. 
McLane G. H., farmer. 

Meline Joseph, farmer. 

Meline R., farmer. 

Merrill N,, farmer, 1,010 a. 
Merrill S. F., atty-at-law and 
notary public. 

Miller W. W., farmer. 2 75 a. 
MINCHEN W. A., liquors. 
Moline Joseph, laborer. 
Montgomery Geo., laborer. 
Montgomery P., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Montgomery W. A., farmer. 
Mooney Hugh, frmr, 2,400 
acres. 

Moses Alfred (Harrington & 
Moses.) 

Mullen John, farmer, 320 a. 
Muller Max, carpenter and 
genl mdse. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colnsa, E. A Harrington, General Snpt 



HIBBARD & SOMMER. Chic P<»oer Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


TEH TEHAMA COUNTY TEH 


Murdock John, stockraiser. 
Muth J. L., farmer. 

Nagle Chas., bootmaker. 
Newman T. A., farmer, 
Nolan F., farmer. 

Northrup Frank (Peterson & 
Northrup.) 

O’Connors John, barkeeper. 
Peters Frank, laborer, 
Peterson Alvah (Peterson & 
Northrup.) 

PETERSON & NORTHRUP, 

contractors and builders. 
Pilbean David, tinner. 

Price Robt., barkeeper Te- 
hama House. 

Quill M., farmer, i6o acres. 
Quinby J. M., farmer. 

Quinn A. F., farmer. 

Ralston A. N., farmer. 
Ralston G., farmer. 

REBARO J. E., Palace Saloon 
Rogers Wm, farm hand, 
Salkmore J. W., farmer. 
SCHOLFIELD D. T., druggist 
Schutlze F. W., farmer. 
Schultze J. F. L., farmer. 
Seaborn C. M., farmer. 
SIMPSON ANDREW, county 
supervisor and farmer, 700 
acres. 

SIMPSON JOHN, agricultural 
implemnts, hardwre. stovs, 
crockery, etc. 

Simpson John A,, book kpr. 
Small David (Small & Hob- 
son) and constable. 

Small & Hobson, Ivry stable. 
Small John, farmer. 

Speeks H, F., farmer. 

Speeks James, frmr, 160 a. 
Starrman J. G,, laborer. 


Stillwell J, F., farmer. 

Stock Mrs., widow, 

Stombs R. T., barkeeper. 
Storrs Mrs. Louisa, widow. 
Street W. R., farmer. 

TAIT CHAS., proprietor Tait 
House. 

Tarter Mrs. M. E., (Ward & 
Tarter), 

Taylor Joseph, butcher. 
TEHAMA TOCSIN, Cutter & 
Kelly, proprietors. 

Tesrean Thomas, carpenter. 
Therrin Frank, wagon mkr. 
Thornes O# S,, frmr, 2,600 a. 
Tubbs Henry, laborer. 

Tubbs H. L., laborer. 

Turner C. S., farmer. 

Turner Ed., laborer. 

Tyler J. C., farmer, 3,336 a 
Tyler Moses, farmer 
Underhill G. W., farmer. 
Underhill Wm., farmer. 

Van Winkle H. N., farmer. 
Walter Herman, book keepr 
Walters H., blacksmith. 
Ward Loomis, (Ward & Tar- 
ter), 620 acres. 

Ward & Tarter, ferry proprs. 
Watkins W, A., farmer. 
Watson D. B., farmer. 
Weitkamp A., farmer. 
Weitmeyer H. C., farmer. 
Westfall A. P., farmer. 
Weston John, farmr, i, 1 20 a. 
Whalan James, farmer. 
Whitebread, George, harness 
maker. 

WILLIAMS R. L., harness 
and saddles. 

Wilson H. C., frmr, 4,759 a. 
Wise A. J,, farmer. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters' Stock, Chico, Cal. 



TICENER BURNHAM & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


Ck W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


358 TEH TEHAMA COUNTY TEH 

Wise Geo. W., farmer. 

Wise P. D., farmer. 

Yager F. M., farmer. 

Yager Myron, teacher. 
Zeigler Samuel, farmer. 

FRANK NORTHRUP. A. PETERSON. 

PETERSON & NORTHRUP, 

Contractors, 

J. S. AITKEN, 

PROPRIETOR 

Tehama Market, 

TEHAMA, CAL. 

Cameiitsrs m Biiers, 

TEHAMA, CAL. 

Jobbing Done at All Times 

Beef, Pork, Mutton, Hams, Bacon, 
Lard, Etc., Etc. 

Highest Market Rates ! 

— PAID — • 

"JPox Stools. 

LEWIS & HOIJCHIN’S, 

Stag's Z-iirLSs 

FOR 

Georgetown, Placerville and Forest 
Hill and Michigan Bluff, 

Connecting with Eastern and Western-bound 
Passenger Trains from May ist to November ist, 
and with Easte.n-bound Trains from Noverhber 
1st to May Tst 

BK. WM. f. MATEIWS, 

Tehama, Cal. 

First-Class Accommodations* 

OFFICE 

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SGHOLFIELD’S DRUG STORE. 

AUBURN, CAL. 

JAS. McCORMICK, Proprietor. 

This hotel recently leased by Jas. McCormick, 
has been thoroughly re-fitted and re-furnished, and 
will be kept in first-class style. 

G. W. WHITE, 

House and Sign Painter, 

And Decorative Paper-Hanger. 

Shop on JAY St., bet. Fourth and Fifth Streets, 

COLUSA, CAL. 

EXCHANGE HOTEL 

G. B. WAGONER, 

Owner of the well-known STALLION 

ISed. ClouLd-I 

ALSO JACK, 

Bla-cds: ^3.rLl 

Which will stand at BUTTE (JITY the coming 
season. 

West of R. R. Track, 

COLFAX, CALIFORNIA 

ASA PLANK, Proprietor. 

The Table will Always be Supplied 
with the Best the Market Affords. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



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J-. OlLr A-OFtK., 

DEALKE IN 



^r 3 r O-ood-s, O-roceries, 

Boots and Shoes. Clothing, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc., 

TKHAATA., OAl^.' 

.art. KZ. JIjX. jT ultLii 

Horseshoeing, 



And CS-eneral Repairing Shop, 

Tehanm, Cal., opposite Heider IIoa.se. 


Wagoas aad Bagibs Made to Brder aad Waaraated. 



D Street, Tehama, Cal. 

Choice Assortment of JjIQUORS and WINES to be served at all times, 
and always ready. Choice Brands of CIGARS also kept. 


Tile Saimxner ISesort of Telianasi. 



a-A.Xj. 

Wija#s, Elq^tors Cigars, 
WW AMlTa 

Oall Rud Try His Hrands of* Liquors & Oig^ars 


J P. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Pitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


BALLET & LOY Sell Sewing Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments for all Machines, Chico, Cal. 




Chico Plow Works Warrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GHAVES Toilet Articles and Periumery, Chico 


260 TEH 


TEHAMA COUNTY. 


TEH 


DEALER IIV 

Agricultural Implements, Hardware, Stoves, 
Tinware, Crockery, Etc , 

lOBBW# 01* 1T1E¥ BlSOEIPMOm 

All Kinds of Blaeksmithing to Order. 

ID St., opp- tliLe ^eid.er Louise, 


C.A-XJ- 



- - :E=>roprictC3: 

Superior AoeoukModattouSt 

Ohar ;g©;i E'o ie r at e* 


CHOICE BRANDS OF LIQUORS KEPT AT THE BAR. 
TEHAMA, CAL. 

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• TEHAMA, CAL. 


ErMles, ipurs, Eiaafeets, E©%€§, 

Jot Work and Repairing a Specialty. 
OAEEIAOE in all Its Branehes* 



In Every City, Town and Hamlet in Northern 
California, Loeal CANVASSERS for the 

we:e:ki<y apfeiai^! 

A FOPUJbAR FAMIC.Y JOURHAC.. 

Reliable parties out of employment, either male or female, will find this 
a lucrative business. For instruction and particulars, address 

MARYSVILLE APPEAL. 


Colusa Staere Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 





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VIN 


261 


Vina, 


P. 0. Twenty-one miles southeast 
of Red Bluff on the California and 
Oregon Railroad, on the east side of 
the Sacramento river in the midst of 
a fine agricultural country; 


Bucklew David, farmer. 

Clark James, farmer, 

Costello ]., farmer. 

Carter L. M., farmer. 

Carter G. W., farmer. 
Delaney B. A., farmer. 
Delaney Clay, farmer. 

Deven Wm., blacksmith. 
Dicus S. C., genl mdse. 
Gerke Henry, frmr, 4,155 a. 


Gray D. C., carpenter. 
Hilderbrand R., liquors. 
Marion Frank, engineer. 
Moore J. P., frmr, 1,200 a. 
Nichols John, farmer. 

Post A. J., farmer. 

Sampson W., stock raiser. 
Sell wing Joseph, cooper. 
Speigle N. F., farmer. 
Stockstill Mrs. M. A., hotel. 
Sutherland A., farmer, 
Washington T. H., frmr, 200 
acres. 

Webb W. S., stock raiser. 
Wilson F, M., farmer. 
Wisner J. S., carpenter. 
Wilrich F., farmer. 


Importers and Dealers in 

Watches, Diamonds, Jeivelry, Silverua,re, Gold 
Chains, Lockets, etc., Howard, WaMham, 

• Elgin, International, and all 

American and European Manufacturers of Watches. 

watches KEPAIRED BY SKILLFUL WOBKMEN. 

INo. 04 13 Street, IMary'sville. 


Commercial Printing \ 


BOOK BmDmO, Btc., 


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MARYSVILLE, CAL. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


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PLACER COUNTy. 


Organized in 1851. Bounded north by« Nevada, east by the State of 
Nevada, south and southeast by Fd Dorado and Sacramento, west and 
northwest by Sutter, Yuba and Nevada Area, 1,386 s(}uare miles. 
County seat. Auburn. This was one of the earliest, as well as richest, 
placer mining counties in the State. Of late years the placers have given 
place to extensive hydraulic mines The center of these are located at 
Gold Bun and Dutch Flat, and annually attract a large number of visitors 
to witness the novel manner in which they are worked. Valuable quartz 
veins are numerous, some of which are being successfully mined. Near 
Newcastle extensive granite quarries have been opened, and shipments are 
made to all the large cities in the valley. The Middle Fork of the Ameri- 
can jRiver forms the boundary line on the south, and Bear River separates 
it from Nevada county. Truckee River runs for some distance in the 
eastern end of the county and crosses into the State of Nevada. The Cali 
fornia and Oregon Railroad forms a junction with the C. P. R. R. at 
Roseville, and runs north through the western part of the county. A 
junction of the Nevada narrow-gauge railroad is made at Colfax with the 
C. P. R. R., and continues north into Nevada county. The Central Pa- 
cific Railroad runs the entire length of the county, over ninety miles. 
The many miles of railroad and facilities offered by the same will tend to 
a rapid development of vineyards and orchards, to which the soil and cli- 
mate is peculiarly favorable. Ofiicers : J. Ives Fitch. County Judge; 
C. C. Crosby, Sheriff ; T J Nichols, County Clerk ; J. T. Ashley, County 
Recorder; A. J. Soule, Treasurer; C. W. Finley, Surveyor. 


Alta, 


P. O. Fifty-three miles northeast 
of Auburn, on the Central Pacific 
Railroad. 


Abbott A. J., clerk. 

Ada Bell Mining Company. 
Allsop Wm., laborer. 

Barber Wm., Jr., laborer. 
Banvard E. M., hotel and 
postmaster. 

Barber Wm., laborer. 


Barber Joseph, laborer. 
Beardsley Davis, mining 
claim. 

Borah G. M., farmer, i6o a. 
Bradway C. W,, miner. 

Bush Edward, machinist. 
Cram C. A., laborer. 

Curtis W m , laborer. 
Damsguard John, saw mill, 
560 acres. 

Decker Chas., laborer. 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts , Marysville. 



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Develey H. R., mining claim 
Downard Richard, frmr, 8oa 
Dresler Henry, farmer, 8o a. 
Ferguson James, farmer and 
miner. 

Fowler Warren, teamster. 
Ford Edward, miner. 

Coding A. ]., farmer, 200 a. 
Coding Frank, laborer. 
Creene Chas., laborer. 
Harriman John, laborer. 
Harper John, laborer. 

Harvey Eddin, farmer and 
miner, 340 acres. 

Hubbs De Witt, engineer 
Hudson H. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Hughes C. P., laborer. 
KELLOGG C. H. (Kellogg & 
Pickens.) 

Kellogg E. M., carpenter. 
KELLOGG GEO. D., agent 
Bear River Mill Company. 
KELLOGG & PICKENS, genl 
mdse, hay, grain, wood, 
lumber, etc. 

Kessler John, engineer. 
Lyberd C. W., laborer. 
Ladd Chas. N., frmr, 120 a. 
Lane Andrew, laborer. 

Largo M. B., laborer. 

Lee Wm. N., farmer, 140 a. 
Linn J. B., farmer, 160 acres 
Lindley Wm., carpenter. 
Linn J. B., farmer. 

Martin A. L. S., miner. 
Merrow Joshua, laborer. 
McCoy John, laborer. 
McCullough Frank, laborer. 
Miller Miss Ida, teacher. 
Nevels W. H., laborer. 
O’Connell P., section fore- 
man. 


Pedler Michl, farmer, iio a. 
Philbrick Richard, frmr, 160 
acres. 

PICKENS J. W., blacksmith 
(Kellogg & Pickens.) 
Rogers Ceo. H., laborer. 
Ross James, miner. 

Sanborn S., laborer. 
Saugmaster Henry, miner. 
Shaw Andy, laborer. 

Shaw Wm , laborer. 

St. Louis Mining Company. 
Talbot Edward, farmer, 80 a. 
Taylor & Pedkins, farmers, 
3,120 acres. 

TERRILL J. B., agt C. P. R. 

R., W. F. & Co’s Express 
and W. U. Tel. Co. 
Wedgwood & Thomas, 
miners. 

WHITTEM F. G., liquors. 
Williams Sam’l, miner. 
Williams W. R., mining 
claims. 

Wilson D , laborer. 

Yount John, laborer. 


Applegate, 

Ten miles northeast of Auburn, on 
the C. P. R. R. P. 0., address 
Colfax. 


Applegate G. W., frmr and 
wine maker. 

Clark D. C., frmr, 8o acres. 
Colley G. S., farmer, 113a. 
Johnson George, frmr, 100 a. 
Martin P. J., farmer, 80 acres 
Simpson G. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Simpson J. E., farmer, 318 a. 
Woolley John, farmer, 80 a. 


J T, Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


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264 AUR PLACER COUN'IY. AUB 

Auburn, 

P. 0. County seat of Placer county, 
situated in the foothills of the Sierra 
Nevada Mountains, bn the line of the 
Central Pacific Railroad, 37 miles 
from Sacramento. It has a popula- 
tion of about 2,200, and is the dis- 
tributing point for a large portion ot' 
the country. Stages leave here for 
Georgetown, Greenwood, Coloma, 
Placerville, Forest Hill, Michigan 
Bluffs and other points. The town 
has many substantial buildings of 
brick and stone. It derives its sup- 
port from mining interests and the 
productions of vineyards and or- 
chards. The Placer Herald and 
Argus are published weekly. 

Able Mrs. S., widow. 

Abrose Wm., agt Bear River 
Ditch Company. 

Adams C. T., fruit ranch. 
Adams F. D., dpty sheriff. 
Albrecht E. C. W., miner. 
Aldrich Geo. D. frmr, 340 a. 
Allen M. G., farmer, 240 a. 
Alwood Nat, farmer, 160 a. 
Ames C. C., farmer. 
ANDREWS & HOLLENBECK, 
bankers, jewelers and agts 
W. F. & Co. 

Andrews M. (Andrews & 
Hollenbeck.) 

Armbruster Antin, frmr, 180 
acres. 

Armbruster Steven, farmer, 
120 acres 

Ashley J. T., co. recorder. 
Atkins E. S., farmer, 160 a. 
Aubrey Chas. W., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Auburn & T. J. Turn Pike 
Company. 

Bell A. C., farmer, 160 acres 

Bennett .J. J. 

BERNHARD B., fruit & wine 
grower, 40 acres. 

Betterley O. A., wagon mkr. 

Birdsall F., water ditch. 

Bisset W m. N., mining claims 

Boggs J. C., deputy sheriff. 

Boles Ralph, farmer. 

BORLAND JAMES, proprietor 
Borland’s Hotel and agent 
Georgetown, Placerville 
and Michigan Bluff stage 
lines. 

Borland J. D., clerk. 

Bosquit Mrs. R., widow. 

Bosse H., farmer, 320 acres. 

Brod Henry (A. Seaford & 
Co.) 

Brown Charles, farmer, 10 a. 

Brown J. R., farmer, 320 a. 

Brown W. M., farmer, 80 a. 

Bryant Geo., liquors. 

BULLOCK W. H., city atty 
and atty-at law, court hse. 

Bunce William, farmer, 80 a. 

Burlingame & Hughes, paint- 
ers. 

Burlingame J. D. (Burlin- 
game & Hughes.) 

Burn Mrs. E., farmer. 

Burns H. P., farmer, 160 a. 

Burns Hugh. 

Bucher Bay Mining Co. 

Cabin E., farmer, 160 acres. 

Cahill Patrick, farmer, 100 a. 

Cain Thos., liquors. 

Campbell David, laborer. 

Chipman H., miner. 

Christman Ben., laborer, 

Christman L. A., nightwatch- 
man. 

Clapp Edwin, farmer, 160 a. 


Ctolnsa Stag^e Co., General Office, Colusa, B. A Haaringrton, General Supt 



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Clapp S. E., laborer. 

Clark J. W., tailor. 

Clipper Ditch & Brodshaw 
Mining Company. 

Collins James, farmer, 158 a. 
Connolly Coleman, laborer. 
Connor J. 

Conrad Quartz Mining Co. 
Conroy M. 

Conroy Wm., laborer. 

Cook James, farmer, 240 a. 
Cory S. A., mining claim. 
Cox W. H., farmer, 160 a. 
Craig E. L. (Hale & Craig.) 
Crandall J. L. 

Crane J. S., clerk C. P. R R 
Crary Bros., mining claims. 
Crisman Geo., liquors. 
Crosby B., farmer, 120 acres 
CROSBY C. C., sheritf and 
livery stable. 

Crutcher Wm. C., proprietor 
City Water Works. 
Cubberly D. C., wagon mkr. 
Curley & Mahon, liquors. 
Dallman, Louis & Co., genl 
mdse. 

Davis Robert, farmer, 160 a. 
Dependener Fred., farmer, 
1 60 acres. 

Dickerson Mrs. Mary S., 
widow. 

Dickerson Wm., barkeeper. 
Dorrance C. F., watchmaker. 
Duncan Mining Company. 
Dunnam B. D. 

Duryee C. G., farmer, 160 a. 
Edler F. A., gunsmith and 
justice of the peace. 
Elfendahl E., teamster. 
Elliott Mrs. M. 

Emeigh J., clerk. 


Emerson Geo., miner. 
FENTON H. W., proprietor 
Placer Weekly Argus. 
FILCHER J. A. & CO., prop’r 
Placer Herald. 

FINDLEY J. N., carpenter. 
Finley C. W., surveyor. 

Fish E. T-, laborer. 

Fitch John, farmer. 

Fitch J. Ives, county judge. 
Fletcher E. P., frmr, 206 a. 
Fogerty John, farmer, 70 a. 
Folsom Francis J., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Fort Anton, laborer. 

Foster W. M., stage driver. 
Fox Mrs. H., widow, dry 
goods and groceries. 

Fuller A. A., farmer, 120 a. 
Fulweiler J. M., atty-at-law. 
Gaines John P., frmr, 280 a. 
Galpin John, farmer, 80 acres 
Gardner C. F., farmer, 120 a 
Garlick Lewis, printer. 
Gantien Jas. W., frmr, 100 a. 
Gerlach Henry, street sprink- 
ler. 

Goams Selehr, laborer. 
Gould L, A., farmer, 160 a. 
Gosney J. J., farmer, 80 acres 
Grafmiller Mary, 120 acres. 
Granger Joseph, deputy co. 

clerk and recorder 
Greeley Wm., farmer, 160 a. 
GREENE JOHN, farmer, 28 a 
Greenwood S. S., frmr, 140 
acres. 

Gregory J. H. (J. A. Filcher 
& Co.) 

Grohs Frederick, proprietor 
Auburn brewery. 

Gubbay Frank, groceries. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico 


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266 AUB PLACER COUNTY.] AUB 


Gwynn B. F. (J. A Filcher & 
Co.) 

HALE & CRAIG, attys at law 
Hale J. E. (Hale & Craig.) 
Hall E. M., farmer, 1 14 acres 
Hallborn A. P , farmer, 80 a. 
Hamilton J., Attorney- Gen- 
eral, office Sacramento. 
Hannan Michael, frmr, 80 a. 
Hayes J. N., farmer, 80 acres 
Hector Robt., farmer, 240 a. 
HELLWIG CHAS. J., harness- 
maker. 

Henis & Hans, farmer, 1 60 a 
Herr George W., frmr, 280 a 
Hetzel George, farmer, 160 a 
Hinkle A. (White & Hin- 
kle.) 

Hoehl Jacob, brewer. 
Holfman Mrs C. M. 

Hoffman Michael, teamster. 
Hogle J. B., carpenter. 
Holden Adam, farmer, 80 a 
Holer A., Stewart co. Hospi- 
tal. 

Holle E. F., bakery. 
Hollenbeck O. W. (Andrews 
& Hollenbeck.) 

Hollis Thos. Q., barkeeper. 
Horine Henry, house and 
lot. 

Houchin Wm. (Lewis & 
Houchin), Borland’s Hotel 
Houser L., dry goods and 
clothing. 

Houston J. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Howard H. A., boarding- 
house, Auburn Station. 
Hudson Bros., farmers, 200 a 
Hughes W. B. (Burlingame 
& Hughes.) 

Hulbert J, W., farmer, 480 a 


Hunan James, quartz mill 
and claim. 

Hunt S., blacksmith. 

Hunt W., blacksmith. 

HUNTLEY A., deputy post- 
master. 

Iron Mountain Co., 280 acres 

Jacobs J. M., photographer. 

Jamison Thos., laborer. 

Jarratt D. W., farmer, 160 a. 

Johnston Robt., frmr, 160 a. 

Jones & Chapman, proprie- 
tors Silsa Ranch. 

Julien C. F., farmer, 240 a. 

Keehner G. H., liquors. 

Keeler A. C., farmer, 160 a 

Keenan James, farmer, 160 a 

Kelley Andrew, frmr, 160 a. 

Kelley Mike, frmr, 120 acres 

Kelly Joseph, farmer, 120 
acres. 

Kennedy Robt., barkeeper. 

Kinkade A. C., foreman 
Placer Argus. 

Kinkade J. T., atty-at-law. 

Lament John, carpenter. 

Larkin George, farmer, 80. 

Lantenshlager Mrs. E., wid. 

Leach John, miner. 

Lehman August, farmer, 4 a. 

Lewis G. C , farmer. 

LEWIS & HOUCHIN, prop’rs 
Georgetown, Placerville 
and Michigan Bluff stage 
lines. 

LewL John L. (Lewis & 
Houchin), Boland’s Hotel. 

LININGER JOHN, oyster 
saloon. 

Lipman M. N., clerk. 

Lipsett A., hotel. 

Looing E. F., farmer. 


Colusa Stasre Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, G^eral Supt. 


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Lowell G. P. (Newton & 
Lowell.) 

Lowell J. M., schl tchr. 
Lubeck D. W., dry goods 
and clothing, 

Ludwig Caroline, 320 acres. 
Macombe Geo. B., hardware 
Maher Peter, farmer, 160 a. 
Manix M. F., farmer, 80 a. 
Mann V. V., furniture and 
undertaker. 

McCague Robt., laborer. 
McCarty M., farmer. 
McClellen Robt., wagonmkr. 
McCormick Henrv, clerk. 
McCORMICK JAMES, prop r 
Franklin Hotel. 
McCormick James ]., con- 
stable. 

McDeniiert Mrs. Mary, wid. 
McGuire Thos„ laborer. 
McGuire Wm. B., liquors. 
Miller & Heaton, frmr, 85 a. 
Miller W. D , farmer, 120 a. 
Miller W. E., farmer, 12 a. 
Mitchell Mrs., widow. 
Mitchell Tabb. 

Moneghan James, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Moneghan Patrick, farmer. 
Moran M., farmer. 

Moran Michael, blacksmith. 
MORSE B. T., carpenter. 
Mullen Mrs., widow. 

Munsill & Son, farmer, 135 a 
Myers B. F., atty-at-law. 
Myrick T. S., farmer, 160 a. 
Neely John, farmer, iboacres 
Newton A. J. (Newton & 
Lowell.) 

Newton & Lowell, groceries 
NICHOLS T. J., county clerk 


Norris Jonathan, frmr, 160 a 

Norton W. C., atty-at-law. 

O’Brien B. N., farmer. 

Orr David. 

Orr Mathew, laborer. 

Orr Michael, farmer, 160 a. 

Paofe & Bro., farmers. 

Palmer C. T., farmer, 26 a. 

Petton S., liquors. 

PLACER HERALD, J. A. 
Filcher & Co., prop’rs. 

PLACER WEEKLY ARGUS, 
H. W. Fenton, prop’r. 

Pole Mrs. Eleanor, widow. 

Pool Mrs. Clara B., frmr, 160 
acres. 

POWELL P., prop’r Auburn 
and Michigan Bluff stage 
line, res Michigan Blutl. 

Predom Moses, blacksmith. 

Prosser W. S., farmer, 160 a. 

PUTNUM S., planing mill, 
box factory and lumber, 
760 acres, Auburn Station 
Quire J. S., agt W. U. Tel. 
Co. 

Rackliff Alden, carpenter. 

Rapier R. G., barber. 

Reamer Geo. W., miner. 

Redfern J. D., coroner and 
public administrator. 

Richardson Abraham, bar- 
keeper. 

Richie J. L. & Co., miners. 

Rittinger J. H , ice and soda. 

Robbins James R., miner. 

Robinson S. E., frmr, 160 a. 

Rollin I. D., laborer. 

Rountree Thos , laborer. 

Sawyer J. H., drayman. 

Schneider John, frmr, 160 a. 

Seaford A. & Co., butchers. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber &. Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


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AUB 


SEAYEY OSCAR F., co. sup’t 
public schools. 

Sephens T. E., groceries, 
hardware, crockery, etc. 

Shackelton E. L., physician. 

Shanley Thomas, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Shannon Robt., laborer. 

SHEA MRS. E., restaurant. 

Shirland E. D., frmr, 80 a. 
Cashmere Goats. 

Simons C. L., liquors. 

Skellenger W. B., farmer, 

Skinner 1 ). W., frmr, 320 a. 

Slade Mrs. C. V., frmr, 184 
acres. 

Smith A. J., frmr, 160 acres. 

Smith J. J., prop’r Auburn 
Hotel 

Smith & Ludvigson, farmer 
and water ditch. 

Smith Mrs. M. A., frmr, 160 
acres. 

SNOWDEN E. C., druggist and 
pharmaceutist. 

Soule A. J., county treasurer. 

Spear D. W., atty-at-law, 
court house. 

Spring Geo., section fore 
man. 

Stanley C. A., farmer, 80 a. 

Stevens C. C., depty sheriff. 

Stevens S. M., druggist and 
agent W. U. Tel. Co. 

Stone Henry, blacksmith. 

Straight Mrs. J. T., widow. 

Straight L. S., farmer. 

Straight W. J., artist. 

Strong L., laborer. 

Sullivan Denis, farmer, 160 a 

Summerville Alex., barkpr. 

Swan C. J., miner. 


Taylor James, piano agent. 

Taylor W. J., quartz claim. 

Thomas & Shirland, frmr, 80 
acres. 

Thrilkell G. W., frmr, 160 a. 

Todd T. M., physician. 

Tull F., proper American 
Hotel. 

Tuttle C. A., atty-at-law, 

Twiefer Herrman, laborer. 

Van Gieson John, frmr, 80 a. 

Van Geisen Lorenzo, frmr, 
1 60 acres. 

Walkup Mrs. T. A., 1,480 a. 

Walsh E., merchant tailor, 
notary public and ins. agt. 

Walsh James, bootmaker. 

Warmington Joseph, gardnr. 

Wells Joseph, frmr, 160 acres 

Wermann Abraham, barber. 

Wheatley John, frmr, 240 a 

White & Hinkle, blacksmiths 
and wagon makers. 

White J. M, (White & Hin- 
kle.) 

Williford W. H., frmr, 160 a 

Willits J. H.. frmr, 160 acres, 
1,100 Cashmere goats. 

Willment Geo., genl mdse 
and agent C. P. R. R. 

Wills J. A., clerk. 

Willis J. R., books, station- 
ery and postmaster. 

Wilson H. J., farmer. 

Worsley John, bootmaker. 


First-€lass AccommodatioDs 

AUBURN, CAL. 

JAS. McCORMlCK, Proprietor. 

This hotel recently leased by Jas. McCormick, 
has been thoroughly re-fitted and re-furnished, and 
will be kept in first-class style. j 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 


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CARRIES- 


S» Mail, Wells, Eapga & 'GJo/s 3EjXj^i’€ss, 


RATESS OF FARB RBDUGBD, 


AuI^utti to Grizzly Bear House SI 50 

“ “ Butcher’s Ranch 2 00 

“ “ Sheridan’s 2 00 

“ U. S, Ranch 2 50 

“ Todd’s Valley B 00 

“ “ Forest Hill 3 00 

“ Bath 3 50 

“ “ Michigan Bluff 4 00 

Way Fares, each three miles 50 


Forty pounds of Baggage allowed to each Passenger, and all above 
that will be charged for at the rate of 25 cents per 10 pounds, or fraction 
thereof, A\\ bundles, boxes or packages sent by Stage must be properly 
marked, and charges paid or to be collected on delivery, at rates of 25 
cents for each 10 pounds, or fraction thereof. 

Meals Served for Passengers at the TJ. S. Ranch, at 
Fifty Cents Each. 

Also, Good Accommodations at the 

PHCENIX HOTEL, MICHIG-AN BLUFF 

On and after May 1st, 1877, for the <ower travel, Stages will connect 
with East and West bound Passenger Trains, 

Maksag- iM Tliiaoaf Isi Trip ia @a© Bay, t@ aad ffram 
Saa fraaeise®. 


F. FULL, American Hotel, Auburn; J. J. SMITH. Auburn 
Station; WM. REA, Forest House, Forest Hill; J. BORELAND, 
West’s Hotel, Auburn Station; A. A. POND & CO-, Pond’s Store, Todd’s 
Valley; P. SIMMONS, Simmon’s Store, Bath; E. M. HOFFaKER, 
Phoenix Hotel, Michigan Bluff. 

C. WATKINS AND WL FOSTER, 

Drivers and Agents on the Road. 


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J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper, Building- Paper, Carpet, Carpet Xdning and Cotton House Lining 'Chico, 


Go to TICENER,IBIQSNHAM & Go’s for Groceries^ Provisions, Wag-ons and Farmingr Implomonts, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals. Chico 


270 BAT PLACER 

LEWIS & HOUCHIN’S, 

Sta.g'e X-lines 

FOR 

Georgetown, Placerville and Forest 
Hill and Michigan Bluff, 

Connecting with Eastern and Western-bound 
Passenger Trains from May ist to November tst, 
and with Easte.n-bound Trains from November 
ist to May ist 

Bath, 

P. 0. Twenty-three miles east of 
Auburn. 


Boush Wm., house and lot. 
Bird F. W., house and lot. 
Clark Michael, house and lot. 
Dewey & Burt, miners. 
Eureka Ditch Company. 

Ford Henry, house and lot. 
Grenell & Ford, 40 acres, 
mining land. 

Haney Thos. F., proprietor 
Nashville mining claim. 
Haney Mark. 

Hosmer T. N., miner. 

Jones John, miner. 

King Anthony, house and lot. 
Koslaskey A., mining claims 
and water ditch. 

Lee Wm., miner. 

Locher F. J , miner. 

Locher F. G., mining claim, 
Moffatt L, S., ditch tender. 
Paragon Mining Claim, Bruce 
and Wheeler, prophs. 

Rose Fred., house and lot. 
Sellier J. B., house and lot. 
Simonds P., house and lot. 
Stanwood Robt., miner. 
Thomas Richard, miner. 


COUNTY. but 


White P. G., mining claim. 
Wood & Co., miners. 


Butcher Ranch, 

P. 0. Ten miles northeast of Auburn. 

Bryan H. S., miner. 

Dorlach Babtist, miner. 

Early Edward & Co. miners. 
Elbers 1 . C., 3 a, mining land 
Engell J. F'., propV toll road. 
Maither A., miner. 

Martin F. P , genl mdse. 
McKinsty E., propV water 
ditches and mining claims. 
Steiner Rose, farmer. 

Terry E. A., miner and prop’r 
of water ditch. 

Ware W. H., miner. 


Blue Canon, 

P. O. A station on the C P. E. 
R., forty-two miles northeast of Au- 
burn. 


Hoover James, frmr, i6o a. 

Longstreet R. A., frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Maher Thos. H., house and 
lot. 

Mosher A. B., Mosher’s 
Hotel. 

Peterman Dan’l. 

Peterman Mrs. Sarah A., 
Peterman’s Hotel. 

Smith C. E., house and lot. 


Cisco, 

P. 0. Fifty-six miles northeast of 
Auburn, on the C. P. R. R., near 
the Summit of the Sierra Nevada, at 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts , Marysville. 


£2lBBARB Hl SdiyiMER CMto, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


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COL 271 


an elevation of 5,910 feet. The depot 
for supplies to adjacent mining dis- 
tricts. 

Campbell R. A, frmr, 80 a. 
Ryan James, farmer, 160 a. 

Clipper G-ap, 

P. O. Station on C. P. R. R., 
seven miles northeast of Auburn. 


Bancroft William, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Brown J. R., farmer, t,ooo a. 
Dixon J. C., farmer. 160 a. 
Draper Sam’l, farmer, 160 a. 
Ewin R. L., farmer. 13 acres 
Frande Hiram^ farmer, 80 a, 
Grenan John, house and lot. 
Hicks Chas. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Honn Q, W., farmer, t6o a. 
Jones O. R., 75 acres, wood 
ranch. 

Judkins Samuel, saloon kpr. 
Kingsley Ezra, farmer, 400 a 
Lawler James, house and lot. 
McGregor Mrs. R., boarding 
house. 

Murphy Thomas, 200 acres, 
stock ranch. 

Osborn W. B., farmer, 1^0 a 
Sampson Francis, frmr, 80 a. 
Tyler John, farmer, 80 acres. 
Tyler Levy, farmer, 160 a. 
Ward F., farmer, 160 acres. 
Watson W. G., farmer, 160 a 


Colfax, 

P. 0. At the junction of the Ne- 
vada county narrow-gauge railroad 
with the Central Pacific Railroad 
fifty-four miles from Sacramento. 
The narrow-gauge connects with 


Grass Valley and Nevada City. It 
has a population of 1,100, and is one 
of the liveliest towns on the line of 
the Central Pacific. 

Adams Thomas, miner. 
Adams Wm., miner. 

Allen & Harris, butchers. 
Allen L. T. (Allen & Harris) 
Angle John D., clerk. 

.Austin L., miner. 

Barrett Geo., miner. 

Baxter Daniel, 160 a, wood 
ranch. 

Baylies D. W., watchmaker 
Beal Chas. A., 800 a, wood 
ranch. 

BENJAMIN WM., harness and 
saddles. 

Bennett Geo., miner. 

Benvie Geo., blacksmith. 
Boyanton Geo., painter. 
Brown Theodore J., carpen- 
ter. 

Butler John, druggist and 
postmaster. 

Cadjew S., miner. ♦ 

Clark P. B., laborer. 

Colfax Mining Company. 
Combs Charles, farmer, 35 a. 
Coombs Chas., farmer, 40 a. 
Cox Berry, farmer, 160 acres 
Cox R H. 

Crismin C., miner. 

Cross D. L., carpenter. 
CULVER J. A., carriage and 
wagonmaker. 

Culver W. R., laborer. 
CURLEY & MAHON, prop r 
R. R. eating house and 
Central Hotel. 

CURLEY T. (Curley & 
Mahon.) 


J f'. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third 'Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Soil Window Glass. Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cah' 



Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G W. GRAVES, Drugrs and Chemicals, Chico. 


272 CLI PLACER COUN'rV. COL 


Davenport J. A., liquors. 
Davis H. O., miner. 

De Blanchmarie L. G., Iqrs. 
Dince Wm., butcher. 

Dodge J. D., barkeeper. 
Dryant Allen, dry goods and 
clothing. 

Dugan Wm., laborer. 

Durnin Frank, laborer. 

Dyer Chas., laborer. 

Dyer John, laborer. 

Dysart John, farmer, 120 a. 
Eckhoff Henry, mining claim. 
Farrell W m,, bakery and res- 
taurant. 

F'awcett Geo. H., barber. 
Ford William, farmer, 80 a. 
Gardner Levi, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Geisendorfer George, 1,760 
a, stock and wood ranch, 
Goldsworthy Wm., miner. 
Graham J. A., civil engineer. 
Gray P, A., mining claim. 
Groves Geo., miner. 

Hall Henry. 

Hanson C., wagonmaker. 
Harrington Patrick, miner. 
Harris B., clerk. 

Harris R., Jr., genl mdse. 
Harris R., Sr. (Allen & Har- 
ris.) 

HATFORD, HIMES & CO., 

genl mdse. 

Hayford W. B. (Hayford, 
Himes & Co.) 

Heald M., farmer, 40 acres. 
Himes W. A. (Hayford, 
Himes & Co.) 

Hirst A. J., laborer. 

Hitchens J., gunsmith. 
Hitchens John, Jr., laborer. 
Hoffockjohn, farmer. 


Ingersoll D., laborer. 

Irving Wm., book-keeper. 
Jatunn Joseph, farmer. 

Keck Mrs. M., widow. 
Kellen John B, farmer, 9 a. 
Kimball A., repairer tele- 
graph wires. 

Kingston Thomas, frmr, 140 
acres. 

Kneeland John, saw mill. 
Kuensly Jacob, operator W. 
Tel. and justice of the 
peace 

Lake J. B., laborer. 

Lawson Mrs. Sarah, 1 60 a. 
Layton Robinson, laborer. 
Leeds L. D., liquors. 

Lerich Geo., boarding house. 
Lobner L. dry goods and 
clothing. 

Lobner Morris, agt C. P. R 
R. and Nev. Co. N. G 

R. R. 

Long Stephen, laborer. 

Lord T. J., livery stable. 
Maginn P. H., blacksmith. 
MAHON JAMES (Curley & 
Mahon.) 

Maloney Wm., clergyman 
(Catholic.) 

Manuel John, farmer, 160 a. 
Manuel Mathew, hotel. 
Manuel Wm., miner. 

Mason R. W., gardner. 

May Richard, miner. 
McCarty John, bootmaker. 
McCleary W. J., laborer. 
McCullough G. B., carpenter 
and planing mill. 

McGuire J. S., farmer, 40 a. 
McKea Alex., farmer, 320 a. 
Mendenhall Mrs. E. F. 


Oolusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Hanrington, General Snpt 



HIBBARD & SOMMER. Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. Vases. 


COL PLACER COUNTY COL 273 

Mineral Bar Bridge and Toll 
Road Co. 

Mischler Anna, farmer. 
Mischler Martin, butcher. 
Mitchler Mrs. A., widow. 
Mollard Henry, miner. 

Moret G., baggage master C. 
P. R. R. 

Mountain Mill Mining Co. 
Mulcahy Pat, farmer, i6o a. 
Murley John R., miner. 
Murphy Bernard, liquors. 
Murray Mrs., widow. 

Murray L., blacksmith. 

Nash J. D., engineer. 

Nebb J. H., mining sup’t. 
Nero Charles, farmer, i6o a. 
Nevada Gold and Silver 
Mining Co., H. Wales, sec. 
Newett E. T., clerk. 
NICKELL G. W. (Nickell & 
Plank.) 

NICKELL & PLANK, genl 
mdse. 

Norton D. V., 320 a, prop’r 
Colfax & Gold Run toll rd 
Osborn R. S., genl mdse, 
Emigrant Gap. 

Pelliken Geo. J., blacksmith. 
Pepen L., restaurant. 

Perkins J. T., farmer, 160 a. 
Perkins Joseph, frmr, 240 a. 
Phillips William. 

PLANK ASA, prop’r Colfax 
Exchange Hotel. 

Predmore G. B., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Pro van Wm., engineer. 

Redd L., laborer. 

Rich W. C., liquors. 

Richards James, miner. 
Richardson E. H., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Richardson S. A., section 
foreman C. P. R. R. 

Rising Sun Mining Company 
Roberts Henry, farmer. 
Rooney R. F., physician. 
Rowland K. A., farmer, 80 a 
Salisbury W. C., farmer, 40 a 
Sara Richard, miner, 
Schwalenberg Mrs. M., wid. 
Shelley G. L., farmer, 160 a. 
Silva J. R., barber. 

Simpkins F. M., harnessmkr. 
Smith A. H., clerk. 

Smith James, machinist. 
Sparnnon Henry, miner. 
Spike R. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Sprague A. J., farmer, 720 a. 
Starbuck J. G., property in 
Auburn, 

Stone S. H , farmer. 

Storey W. B., agent W. F. 

& Co , and notary public. 
Taylor Richard C., laborer. 
Thead Jackson clerk, 

Toop Caleb P., liquors. 
Treasure Wm., constable. 
Trainor Oliver, frmr, 160 a. 
Tucker L. L., farmer, 160 a. 
Vivian S., laborer. 

Vose Ed., miner 

Wales H., operator W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Warner J. E., prop’r Ford’s 
Bos. Trail. 

Watts James, farmer, 400 a. 
Whitcomb J. B., engineer. 
Wilcox J. H., teamster. 
Wilder John D., wood ranch. 
Williams James, miner. 
Wilson C. W., farmer, 560 a. 
Wooster F. L., operator W. 
U. Tel. Co. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


Hd ILET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Dry aoods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes atlTlCKNER, BURNHAM & Go’s, Chico 


& W. GtZAVES, Patent Medicines, Chied. 


DUT PLACER COUNTY DUT 



Successors to TAYLOR # PICKEJTS, 

WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IN 



Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, 
Furniture, Hats ^ Caps, Boots ^ Shoes, 
Cutlery ^ Motions, Furnishing Goods, 
Rubber Clothing, Tobacco 4" Cigars. 

Tfee Best ef ^i<jaers fm BSe4iea,J Use T 

PATENT MEDICINES. POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS. 

HAY, OR \1N A.\D FEED. ALSO 

Wood, Shakes* Bolts, Baddle Bars, FostSj 

LUMBER OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. 

Everything in our line we sell at the l.owest .>Iarket Hates. Orders 
for Goods, accompanied by cash, will be filled with especial care and at a 
small percentage above cost. 



The PLACER HP]RALD is devoted to the 


liBlEi Aelciltoral aii HiDfactBriDi Inleresls 

OF THE 

■ I 

Whole Western Slope of the Sierras, and Placer 
County in Particular. 

This region offers greater inducements to capitalists in search of 
profitable investments and poor men in search of cheap and comfortable ^ 
homes, than any other portion of California. 

Properly developed, it is capable of supporting twenty-five times its 
present population. One Department of the HERALD will be devoted 
to this result Best Advertising Medium in the County. 

Price of Subscription — One year, in advance, S4.00; Six Months ‘ 
in advance, $2.00; Three Months, in advance, $1.00. Address, j 

J. A. FILCHED & CO., Auburn, Placer County, Cal. j 


Colnssa Staire Co., General Office, Colusa^ E. A. HarringiiQn, General Supt. 




HIBBARD & SOMMER, Chico Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc., 


DIJT PL.4CER COUNTY. DUT 275 

Emllreni Bep tt . l#t@l ! 

COI.FAX. CA.L., 

C'U'ISXj'X' Sz Is4:-^I3:03Sr, ^Proprietors 

Superior x\cconimodation for the Travelling Public. All Trains stop in 
front of the House. Good Clean liooms 

Board aad Iiodgmg $1*50 to $2»50 per day 

EXCHANGE HOTEL! 

West of E. R. Track, 

COLFAX, CALIFORNIA 

ASA PLANK, Proprietor. 

The T‘*ible will Always be Supplied 
with the Best the Market Affords. 

NlCKlhh & BBAHKi 

DEALERS IN 

Staple and Fancy 

GROCERIKS 

Eoots and. SHoes, 

Country Produce ! ! 

CHINA and GLASSWARE, 

MAIN STREET, COLFAX. 

Dutch Flat, 

P. 0. Thirty-two miles northeast 
of Auburn, on the C. P. R- R. It 
has gained a notoriety from its ex- 
tensive gravel mines, which are con- 
trolled by heavy capital and worked 
upon a gigantic scale. The popula- 
tion is about 2,000, and the town has 
many excellent public and private 
buildings. One newspaper, the Week- 
ly Forum, is published on Thursday 
of each week. 

Abeel J. H., miner, res Sac- 
ramento. 

Alderson R. S., miner, res 
Sacramento. 

Anderson Hans, liqurs, Main 
Anderson John, miner, res 
Sacramento. 

Andrews W. V., laborer. 
Arizona Mining Company. 

Arnold L. B., attorney at law, 

Ayman Bing A , house & lot. 

Baker M., teamster. 

Banner Mining Company. 

Banvard L. H., agent C. P. 
R. R. 

Barrett Adam, house and land 
on Thompson’s Hill. 

Barrett C. A., books, station 
ery and varieties, Main. 

Beach John, miner, res Park 
avenue. 

Bear River Compy’s claims. 

Bear River Mill Co., 800 a. 

Bear River Mining Company 

BERG AUGUST, watchmaker 
and jeweler, Main. 

Berger G, A. B., wagonmkr. 

Bilto Chas., dairy. 

Bissell Wilbert, clerk. 

Blue Gravel Mining Co. 


J F. UTewman.Tinner, Plnmher & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Sewing* Machines, Needles, Oils and Altachments for alljMachines, Chico, Cal. 



ChicojPlow ^orksfiW arrant all Their Work. 


G. W. GRAVES Toilet Articles and Perfumery, Chico 


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1 _ _ . . 

1 

iBoek Chas., laborer. 

Boek Herman, liquors, Main. 

Bonanza Mining Company. 

Bradley & Gardner frmr, 960 
acres. 

Brady Chas., laborer. 

Brady J. J., carpenter. 

Brandy Joel, miner, res Park 
ave. 

Brinkman & Jamison, bar- 
bers, Main, 

Brinkman J. L. (Brinkman & 
Jamison.) 

Broils Thos., miner. 

Bartim Mining Company. 

Caddy James, miner. 

Cassidy C, C., mining claim. 

Cassidy & Co., miner. 

Cedar Creek Gold Mining 
and Water Co., J. A. 
Stone, sup’t. Main. 

CHADBOUEN F. M., sect’y 
Cedar Creek G, M. & W 
Co., Main. 

Chadwick G. B (Swensson 
& Chadwick.) 

(Chamberlain Edwin, farmer. 

Clark Chas., laborer, res Sac. 

Clay Lodge, No. 101, F. & 

A. M. 

Coffin I. T., city water works 

Cohen & Bros., dry goods, 
clothing, boots and shoes, 
Main. 

Cole W. E., miner. 

Colgrove J. S., mine owner. 

Colgrove L. R,, livery stable 
and prop’r Nevada City 
and Dutch Flat stage line, 
res Sac. 

Colgrove M. R., teamster, 
res Main. 

Connell Michael, miner. 

Constable C. M., miner. 

Cook Frank, printer. 

COOKE WM. S., collector and 
g-enl business agent, res 
Stockton. 

Cox H. P., lumberman^ res 
Main. 

Coce L. J. 0., miner, 

Curran Val., miner. 

Davidson G. H., carpenter. 

Davis A., liquors, Main. 

Dimmick Mrs. L., widow 

Disque Henry, (Neff & Co.) 

Doreinus John, laborer, res 
5th avenue. 

Drynan Alex., clerk. 

Dudley John, miner. 

Duffy Edward, Jr., book-kpr, 

Dunn D. G., butcher. 

DUNN JAMES E., liquors. 
Main, res Sacramento. 

Dunning J. I , miner, res 
Sacramento. 

DUTCH FLAT FORUM, Me 
Intosh & Winders, pro- 
prietors. 

Dutch Flat Tail Hume Co. 

Eddy William, mining claim. 

Elliot Austin, stage driver. 

Elmore Hill Hydraulic Min- 
ing Co. 

Eshbach D. M., dentist and 
watchmaker, Main. 

FALLER J. R., liquors and 
carriage painter. 

Farr Adam, miner, res Thomp- 
son. 

Ferguson A. A., carpenter 
and undertaker, res Main. 

Flardion Thos., laborer, res 
Stockton. 


E. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville^ 


IlIBBARDi&SOMiyiER Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


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Ford Walcott, miner, res Sac- 
ramento 

Forner F., miner. 

Forner John, miner. 

Franklin Gravel Mining Co. 

Franks Mrs. E , widow. 

Frost H. A , farmer, Dutch 
Flat Station. 

P ulton Chas. 

Gallatin A. B., farmer, 8o a. 

Gardner & Kipp, frmrs, 320 a 

Gardner M. S., capitalist. 
Main. 

Gilley PAank E., miner. 

Glines A., farmer, 320 acres. 

Gold Run Ditch and Mining 
Co,, J, L. Gould, sup’t. 

Gould J. L., (Towle Bros. ) 
sup’t Gold Run Ditch and 
Mining Co. 

Gray Wm., blacksmith. 

Gunnuldson Geo., farmer, 80 
acres, Stockton. 

Hagman N. A., liquors. Main 

Halsey G. M., blacksmith, 
Sacramento. 

Halsey S. Y., blacksmith, 
res Main. 

Hanberger Michael, carpntr. 

Harnett Legh, asst, editor 
Dutch Flat Forum. 

Harriman Sam’l, miner, res 
Stockton. 

Harrington Wm., laborer. 

Hauser ]., accountant, res 
Main. 

Higbee James O., groceries, 
res Sac. 

Hillhouse W. H., hardware, 
res Main 

Hilton Chas. A., miner, res 
Main. . n 


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Hoagland J. A. (Neff & Co.) 

Hoas F. C., mining claim. 

Holines James, miner. 

HOOS F. C., liquors, res Main. 

Hoos J. P"., bootmaker, res 
Main. 

Hattel J., house and lot near 
Dutch Flat. 

Hudepohl H. R., dry goods 
and clothing, res Mcun. 

Hudson W. H., farmer. 

Huff Mrs. A. B., widow. 

Huysink B. miner. 

Ingraham D. G., tchr, res 
Clark. 

Iowa Go’s mining claims. 

Iverson J., miner. 

Jamison James (Brinkman & 
Jamison.) 

Jeffries J. R., tinner. 

Johns Wm., miner. 

Johnson F. W., miner, res 
Park ave. 

Johnston W. P., book-kpr. 

Jones J. F., druggist, res 
Main. 

Kenny Sam’l, blacksmith, res 
Main. 

Ketcham E. T., teamster. 

Ketchum A. J., fruits and 
vegetables, res Main. 

King A. M., carpenter, res 
5th ave. 

King E. H., clergyman 
(Methodist.) 

King Mrs. M. E., widow. 

Kinney Sam’l, clerk. 

Knuth Alex., miner. 

Kopp Chas. C., butcher. 

Kopp C. M., butcher, res 
Main. 

Lakamp J. H,, miner. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


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Lang Phil., engineer. 

Lapierre T. A., hair dresser, 
res Main. 

Larson Andrew, 145 a, min- 
eral land. 

Lawrence Mrs. A., dressmkr, 
widow. 

Lee O. H., book-keeper. 

Lepper Oliver, bootmaker, 
res Main. 

Lanworth Cyrus, toll keeper. 

Lough Mark, miner. 

Maker G. S., general mer- 
chandise, Main. 

Mallows E., res Main. 

Mauley Thomas, farmer. 

Martin H. V book-keeper. 

Martin N., physician, Main. 

McClure E. L., banker, ag’t 
W. F. & Co., and W. U. 
Tel. Co., Main, res Sacra- 
ramento. 

McIntosh & winders, pro- 
prietors Dutch Flat Forum. 

McStay Mrs. S. M., boarding 
house. 

Michell William F., Placer 
Brewery, Main. 

Miner E., miner. 

Molter Mrs. J., widow. 

Morshead D., teamster. 

Moses Phillip. 

Morell Wm„ miner. 

Mutual Mining Company. 

Myer John, miner. 

NEFF & CO., general mer- 
chandise. 

Neff J. H., (Neff & Co.) 

Nelson J. W., liquors and res- 
taurant, Main. 

Nicholas John H., miner. 

Nofingen W. G , mng claims. 


Nicholls W. & P., bankers. 
Main. 

North Fork and Bear River 
Mining Claims. 

North Star Mining Company. 

Nutt A. M., laborer. 

Olive Lodge, I. O. O F., 
No. 81. 

Olsan W., farmer. 

Olson Wm., miner. 

Opel George, miner. 

Osborn H. E. 

Pascal Joseph, miner. 

Pascal Wm., miner. 

Patterson , miner. 

Peckham Geo. W., miner. 

Peineman Wm., miner. 

Perry A., gunsmith, Main, 

Peters J., justice of the peace 
and notary public. Main. 

Phillips F., clerk. 

Phillips N., book-keeper, res 
Clark. 

Phillips W. W., road master 
and gardener, res Main 

Pittman J. A., teamster, res 
Main. 

Polar Star Mining Co., J. 
Spaulding, sup’t. 

Rablin John, liquors, res 
Main. 

Rablin Mrs. Mary, widow. 

Rablin Wm., res Stockton. 

Richard Henry, laborer. 

Ritchie , miner, res 5th 

ave. 

Ritchie H. E., clerk. 

Robins E. J., miner. 

Rosewarn Nicholas, miner. 
Roth C. 

Rough and Ready mining 
claims. 


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Rule Wm , miner. 

Runckel J. H., grocery and 
bakery, 

Ruppricht John, clerk. 

Schillinsky Jacob, miner, res 
Sac. 

Schindelm Max., mining 
claims. 

Secord Geo., laborer. 

Shaffer S., miner, res Stock- 
ton. 

SHARON W. A., Placer Hotel, 
Main. 

Shutts Henry, miner. 

Simmons Robt., miner. 

Simons John, miner. 

j Smart D. E, varieties and 

i postmaster, res Main. 

Smith Acor S., carpenter, 

: res Main. 

Smith Frank, agt Cedar 
Creek Water Co. 

Snow H. L., clerk. 

Southern Grass Hydraulic 
Mining Co., F. Spaulding, 
sup’t. 

South Yuba Canal Co., John 
Spaulding, agent. 

Spaulding John, sup't Polar 
Star and Southern Cross 
Hydraulic Mines. 

SQUIER D., bootmaker, res 
Main. 

Squier Geo., miner, res 
Stockton. 

Squire & McIntosh, mining 
claims. 

Stahly D., laborer. 

Staples C. W., miner, res 
Park ave. 

Staples J. F., miner, res Park 
ave. 


Starr Wm,, carpenter, 

St. Clair L. P., butcher, 
res Main. 

Steinberg Henry, liquors. 

Stephens Chas., miner. 

Stockman Henrv, tailor, res 
Main. 

Stone J. A., supertnd’t Cedar 
Creek G. M. and W. Co., 
Main, res Gold Run. 

Strahle Chas., miner. 

Sullivan J. H., blacksmith, 
Main. 

Swensson & Chadwick, gro- 
ceries, hardware, furniture, 
etc.. Main. 

Swensson S. E., (Swensso.n 
& Chadwick). 

Taber Mrs. P. C., physician. 

Teaff James, miner, res Main, 

Thomas E. M., carpenter, res 
Sacramento. 

Thomas Morgan^ miner. 

Tillotson L. B. 

Tillotson W. W., engineer, 
res corner Stockton and 
5th avenue. 

Towle Allen (Towle Bros.) 

Towle Bros., lumber. Main, 
1,862 acres. 

Towle Brothers & Co., saw 
mill & lumbermen, 4,978 
acres. 

Towle E. W., (Towle Bros,) 

Towle Geo. W. (Towle Bros) 

TrathenWm, miner. 

Tuttle C. F., laundry. 

Uren C. E., clerk. 

Uren E. C., surveyor, res 
Park avenue. 

Urin Mrs. M. J , widow. 

Urin Simon, miner. 


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Walker B. F., laborer, res 
5th avenue. 

Walters Chas., miner. 
Warner J , miner. 

Waters John, Jr., miner. 
Waters John, Sr., miner 
Waters Wm., miner. 

Weeks C. S., liquors. Main. 
Whitfer John, miner. 

Whitfer Richard, miner. 
Whitford Richard, mining 
claims. 

Wilkie Wm., laborer. 
Williams Solomon, gardener. 
Williams W. R., miner. 
Williamson G. W., miner. 
Willis W. J., teamster. 
WILSON M. W., physician. 
Main. 

WILSON R. A. J., house, sign 
and ornamental painter, 
res Dutch Flat Hotel, 
wool) T. M., photographer, 
res Main. 

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P. O. Fifty miles northeast of Au- 
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Avey A, W., saw mill. 

Avey Ira, Monumental Saw 
Mill. 


Boldon J. F , tel. repairer 
and manufacturer of snow 
shoes. 

Brady Thos., section . fore- 
man. 

CAFFYN D., hotel and post- 
master. 

Campbell A. D., frmr, i6o a. 

Campbell Mrs. Jane, 40 a. 

Chinn J. B., lumber, 1,580 a. 

CLARK M. M., liquors. 

Covel T. ]., clerk. 

Coyan G. M., carpenter. 

Davidson W. E., agt C. P. 
R. R. and operator W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Davis James, farmer, 160 a. 

Downing G. B., barber. 

Franson Geo. W., frmr, 160 
acres, 

Gilham Wm., teamster. 

Hall J. H., clerk. 

Hyatt M. R., genl mdse. 

Johnson John, laborer. 

Jones William, hotel at Soda 
Springs. 

Kinney S., blacksmith. 

Larson Peter, clerk. / 

Lucas M., frmr, 160 acres. 

Mahan J. L., farmer, 80 acres 

Mahan John, liquors. 

Mahoney P. H., operator W. 
U. Tel. Co. 

Mills S., laborer. 

Monumental Mill Co., 2,300 
acres. 

O’Brien James S., teamster. 

Osborn R. S & Co., genl 
mdse and agt W. F. & Co. 
1,280 acres. 

Bercell Joseph, laborer. 

Sheppard J. G., butcher. 


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SHEUBURN J. B., general I Brown Mine, Chas. Albrecht, 


merchandise 
Wilson A. B., physician and 
boarding house. 


Forest Hill, 


22 


P. O. Northeast of Auburn 
miles, connection being made by 
stage. 


Alabama and India Rubber 
Mining Claims, John H. 
Brown, agent. 

Albrecht Chas., general mer- 
chandise. 

Allen Erskine, carpenter. 
Allen F. W., night watchmn. 
Andres Joseph, brewery. 
Arros Carman, miner. 

Arthur Wm., miner. 

Baker J. H., miner. 

Baltimore Mine. 

Beecher Mining Claim, J. F. 

Smith, proprietor. 
BENFELDT H., groceries, 
fruits, etc. 

Bequett Peter, miner. 
Bernard Antone, proprietor 
mining claim & water ditch 
Besoain John, miner. 

Bilky Chas. A., clerk. 
Blackburn Jos., ditch tender. 
Blumenthal Louis, dry goods 
and clothing. 

Borland Wm., mining claim. 
Boston Mining Company. 
Boyer Samuel, bootmaker. 
Brogan Thos. J., laborer. 
Brown & Co., miners. 

Brown Chas. A., miner. 
Brown Henry, miner. 

Brown John H., miner. 


proprietor. 

Burk James L., clerk. 

Buhard L. B., stage driver. 

Cahill Patrick, miner. 

Campbell Thos , frmr, i a. 

Carlson John, frmr and propr 
N. S. S. P., and Mile Hill 
Turnpike. 

Cantwell Michael, miner. 

Cape Horn Mining Co., J C. 
Scott, agent, ooo acres. 

Cash Rock Mining Comp’ny 

Chappellet F., sup’t May- 
flower G. M. Co. 

Chapman S. E., physician. 

Clark Anthony, miner. 

Clark Mining Co., 1 6o acres. 

Clark O., farmer, 745 acres. 

Covenant Lodge, I. O. O. F. 

Cowden A. H., drugs, gro- 
ceries, post- master, agt W. 
F. & Co., & notary public. 

Craig & Co., miners. 

Cranage & Co., miners. 

Crockett Henry J., teamster. 

Cuna Rumaldo, miner. 

Dilts Joseph, blacksmith and 
justice of the peace. 

Donnelly M., laborer. 

Ebers Martin, laborer. 

Enterprise Mining Claim, D. 
W. Spear, foreman. 

Ephreim Magnus, clerk. 

Farrell James, laborer. 

Forest Hill Water Comp’y, 
Albrecht & Andrew, pro- 
prietors. 

Fox Thos. J., miner. 

Freeman W. A., miner. 

Fulwiller Andrew, farmer. 

Garcia Mrs. Antonio, laundry 


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Garrison J. G., general mer- 
chandise. 

Green Spring Gravel Claim, 
Anthony Clark, siiperintdt. 
Harman John, miner. 

Hatch J. A., liquors. 

Henning P., miner. 

Hohfmann PAederick, boardg 
and liquors. 

Hohner P'rederick, blackmth. 
Hope Mine. 

Howatt James, miner. 

Howell F., miner. 

Howell Morgan, miner. 
Hyland Mrs. D., hotel. 

Iowa, Know-nothing and 
Western Mining Co. 
Jackson W. H , clerk. 

Jacobs J. M., photographer. 
Josephine Mining Co. 

Kates J. P., mining land. 
Kelting Jacob, miner. 

Kirk John T., mining claim. 
Klaner J., blacksmith. 
Landman L., miner. 

Leucourt A., farmer. I 

Llewellyn Wm., miner. 
Lockhart J., livery stable and 
liquors 

Lang & Co., miners. 

Lowell N. T., fruit grower, 

1 60 acres. 

Maye Henry, miner. 

Maye Herrman, miner. 

Maye Martin, miner. 
Mayflower Gravel Mining 
Co., F. Chappellet. 

McBride M., miner. 
McDonald J. A., millman. 
McGillivray Jos., proper Dar- 
danelles and Oro Gravel 
mines, and mining ditches. 


McKinley A., clerk. 

Mills B. J., laborer. 

Modoc Mining Claim. 

I Morehead Andrew (More- 
head & Taylor.) 

Morehead J., teamster. 
Morehead & Taylor, butchers 
Myers C. C., laborer, 

Myers C. G., carpenter. 
Newman J. miner. 

Oliver Chapter, F. & A. M. 
O’Rouke James, miner. 

Oro Jose E., watchmaker. 
Osterbrink Clements, miner. 
Patterson Wm., miner. 

Pecht R., miner. 

Pioneer Mining Company. 
Prandergast M. F., tinsmith. 
Rachenberger Louis. 

Ramos John, miner. 

Rea Wm., prop’r Forest 
House. 

Reamer J. J., carpenter. 
REEDY A. P., physician. 
Reilly Phillip, laborer. 
REMLER L., dry goods, 
clothing, boots and shoes, 
hats and fancy goods 
Rising Star Lodge, F. & 
A. M. 

Rodgers John M,, miner. 

Roe James, farmer, i6o a. 
Roldan Carman, miner. 
Russell John B., miner. 

Scott J. C., barber, liquors 
and varieties. 

Schwalenberg* Henry, labrer. 
Schweitzer M. W., constable. 
Schnutcler Chas., miner. 
Sheridan Thomas, farmer and 
miner. 

Simpson G. W., teacher. 


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Smith J. F., dentist- 
Smith W. C., wagon maker- 
Stiel Andrew, miner- 
Stetson J., carpenter. 
Strasburg Henry, laborer- 
Swart F. C-, clerk. 

Taylor Joseph (Morehead & 
Taylor). 

Thomas R. N., farmer. 

VIRT AU(iUST, liquors. 
Wasson Chas., mining claim. 
Williams H. R., miner. 
Wetherbee J. B., bootmaker. 
Williams Roland miner. 
Winspear Robert, dep. dist. 

assessor and miner. 
Witherspoon, E. E., laborer. 

G-old Run, 

P. 0. The center of large hydraulic 
mines, having an elevation of 3,206 
feet. Twenty-eight miles northeast 
of Auburn, on the C. P. R. R. 


Anderson W. W., blksmith. 

Andrew , miner. 

Bailey G. B., miner. 

Barmon P., miner. 

Barrett Miss Mary, drssmker. 
Barrett Michael. 

Bartlett Charles A., miner. 
Bartlett E. W., miner. 

Beers S. G., farmer. 

Betton Geo. E. H., mining 
claim. 

Bislen John, mining claims. 
Blain Geo., farmer, 80 acres. 
Blue Gravel Mining Co , T. 

A. Schnable, secretary. 
Bondeson Mrs. M., widow. 
Brinks J., miner. 

Brown Chas. F., miner. 


Brown Edward, laborer. 

Brown P., laborer. 

Brown W. G., miner. 

Carr C. H., mining claims, 
160 acres- 

Chaney G. M., agent South 
Yuba- Water Company. 

Chase M. A., miner 
Clark Gustave, secticri hand 
C. P. R. R. I 

Condon Joseph, min g claim.! 
Courtney Wm. C., barkpr. | 
Cramer A. D., butcher and | 
blacksmith ^ | 

Damon John N. | 

Dantorth Mrs. E., widow. ! 
Davison A. M., agt C. P. R. I 
R. and W. U. Tel. Co. 

Dirner Henry, miner. 

Dinnah Henry, miner. 

Dixon & Dunn, butchers. 

Dixon Joseph (Dixon & 
Dunn.) 

Dodds James, mining claims, j 
Dolan Patrick, miner. i 

Dorman Levi, wood. 

Dunn Edward W. (Dixon & | 

Dunn.) ■ 

Eggleston H. J., frmr, 640 a. ! 
Engle V. J., barber. ' 

Everhart & Bros., 700 acres, j 
wood ranch. * 

Everhart J. E., farmer, 160 a j | 
Everhart L. M., frmr, 160 a. i ! 
EVERHART W. F., genl| j 
mdse. 

Fiddler W. R., teamster, 120 I 
acres. | 

Finley D., miner. 

Pdnley J. L., bootmaker. 

Finley Mrs. Mary, widow. ; 
Fish Hawk Mining Company! 


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Ford Mrs. A., widow. 

Frazier A. H., farmer, 8o a. 
Gilmore E. 

Gold Run Hydraulic Mining 
Co., J. A. Stone, sup’t. 
Goosling Ravine Mining Co. 
Hackett A. J., agt W. F. & 
Co. and sect’y Gold Run 
Ditch and Mining Co. 
Haley J., liquors. 

Harrison J. A , liquors. 

Haskin J. H. & R., mining 
claims, 320 acres. 

Herrmann PAed. E., miner. 
Hewett PAank, miner. 

Hoskin J. H^, hydraulic pipe 
maker. 

Hoskin Joseph, tinsmith. 
Hund Mrs. Chas., widow. 
Hungerford C. B., miner. 
Hunt Wm. H. generl mdse. 
Jensen J. N., dwelling on In- 
diana Hill. 

Jones William 

Jones, Williams & Co., min- 
ing claims. 

Jones Wm. H. Jr., miner. 
Judd William, miner, 

Kidd Charles, painter. 

Kinder W. H., mine owner. 
King T., miner. 

Kipp 0. S., miner. 

Kryger C., Exchange Hotel. 
Leach I. B., liquors. 

Leonard John, section hand 
C. P. R. R. 

Lillie Chas. B., carpenter. 
Mackey George, farmer. 
Mallory Mrs. S. E., widow. 
Mason J. B., clerk. 

Merrithew M. W., miner. 
Mills John, mason. 

Mitchell William, minoi. 
Moody & Co., general mdse. 
Moody C. S., farmer, 120 a. 
Moody J. P"., (Mcody & Co.) 
800 acres 

Moore Lyman, teamster. 
Moore S. D., ditch tender. 
Moyer P. J., carpenter. 

Mury M., miner. 

Mury M. A., lot and house. 
Munson W. L., assessor. 
Nicholls Phillip, miner. 

Oliver A. G., (Moody & Co) 
Patrick P"., miner. 

Peterson H., miner. 

Powers Mrs. L. L., widow. 
Preston Charles, miner. 

Price E. H., miner. 

Price Joseph, mining claim. 
Prindle Mining Company. 
Quinn J. J., wood ranch, 160 a 
Richardson John H., tmster. 
Rogers J., miner. 

Ross Albert, farmer, 90 acres 
Schnabel F. A. 

Schade Thos. E. P., drugs, 
stationery* and postmaster. 
Smith S., miner. 

Stone J. A., supntd’t Cedar 
Creek M. & W. Co. 
Stoakes J. L., hotel. 

St. Lawrence Mining Co. 
Thomas J. Y., teamster. 
Uncle Abe Mining Co., J. H. 

Hoskins, superintendent. 
Van Buren J., liquors. 

Vincent Mrs. S. A., widow.. 
Waters Joseph, miner. 

Weber P. B., liquors, 
Weisgarber J. H., miner. 
Willard Levi, farmer, 120 a. 
Williams John, miner. 


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Woodward J. E., frmr, 120 
acres. 

Woolley J. E., section hand 
C. P. R R. 


Iowa Hill, 

Twelve miles from Colfax, connected 
by stage P. 0., address Iowa City. 


Adge F. L, painter. 

Alta Mining Co. C. F. May, 
agent. 

Andrews N., night watchman 

Atkinson J. W., farmer, looa. 

Baltimore Slide Min'gClaims, 
Edward Mitchell, suph. 

Barber Nathan, min’g claims. 

Bargsten Claus, miner. 

Behlte W., miner. 

Benton John. 

Bird C. B., miner and fruit 
grower. 

Bisher J. G., farmer, i 6 o a. 

Blair Geo., laborer. 

Blanchard John, blacksmith. 

Booth G., miner. 

Bowley Frank, house and 
lot. 

Bowley J. Q. A., mining 
claims. 

Brown J. F., genl mdse. 

Burnham T. P., miner. 

Byrne Joseph, mining claims. 

CARDER J. B.j liquors and 
agent W. U. Tel. Co. 

Chinn J. W., banker, post 
master and agt W. F. & 
Co., books and stationery. 

Clark Chas. H., miner. 

Cokin G. C., house and land. 

Collins Daniel, mining claims 

Cook J. M., carpenter. 


Cunningham E. 

Davis W. H., miner. 

Dixon N., miner. 

Donaldson E. M., miner. 
Eisler John, butcher. 
Engerman Chas., laborer. 
Entwistle Thos., miner. In- 
dependent Hill. 

Ferguson Duncan, prop’r 
toll road. 

Fitzer S. C., miner. 

Flynn David, miner. 

Flynn Jacob, miner. 

Giant Gap Co. 

Gill W. H., carpenter. 

Gold Ring Mining Company 
Gould W. F.,prop’r Mohawk 
Mining Clai.iis. 

Goodin W. A., watchmaker. 
Goos H. N., miner. 

Gould W. F., miner. 

Hackett Chester, laborer. 
Hartson D. H , atty-at-law 
and teacher. 

Hasebroth August, miner. 
HAWKINS GEO., dry goods 
and clothing. 

Hawkins Joseph, clerk. 
Henry John, mining claims. 
Herthin Joseph, miner. 

Hill Mrs. A., widow. 

Hobson John, miner. 
Herman & Co., miners. 
Hursley J. D., constable. 
Hyman S., dry goods and 
clothing. 

Iowa Hill Canal Co., C. F. 

May, secretary. 

Iowa Hill Water Works, J. 

W. Myrick, proprietor. 
ISERMAN MRS. H., widow, 
French Hotel. 



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James Owen, lot and boadng 
house. 

James P., miner. 

Jolley Wm , mining claims. 
Jones George, hotel. 

Keller Henry, farmer, 1 6o a. 
Kilgo W illiam, blacksmith. 
Klein (k, liquors. 

Kotter Louis, brewer. 

Larkin J. S., miner. 

Laws G. J. 160 acres mining 
land. 

Lebanon Mining Co., George 
Masser, superintendent. 
Leighton A. L., 34 acres of 
mining land. 

Lewis Robert, mining claims. 
Little Mrs. Christian. 

Little Mrs. Jennie, widow. 
MACY C. F., druggist, sec’y 
Iowa Hill Canal Co., tin 
and sheet iron worker. 
Masonic Mining Claim. 
McClery A. C., blacksmith. 
McGee Nelson, miner. 
McGrath Dennis, teamster. 
Metcalf E., miner. 

Metcalf L.^ miner. 

Morning Star Mining Co., S. 

E. Parke, secretary. 

Mill John, minirlg claim. 

Mills John, miner. 

Mitchell Edward, miner. 
Mitchell Edward W., miner 
Mitchell James, miner. 
Moulton Lafayette, miner. 
Mountain Gate Mining Claim, 
G. W. Snyder, foreman. 
Mt. Pleasant Saw-mill, E. J. 

Spencer, proprietor. 
Murphy James, laborei. 
Myers W. H., boots & shoes. 


3 IYRICK J. W., propV Iowa 
Hill Water Works 

Nactge Fritz, miner. 

Neade Michael miner. 

New York and Placer Co. 
Mining Co., A. C. Hin- 
drickson, sup’t. 

Noher A. H., miner. 

North Star Mining Company 

Orion Mining Company, 

Ossig Julius, butcher. 

Palster Martin, clerk. 

Parker John, miner. 

PARKE il S. E., genl mdse. 

Pascoe James, miner. 

Pascoe Wm., miner. 

PAYNE ROBT. C., painter. 

Pennsylvania Mining Co., 
George Mosser, sup’t. 

Peterson O. H., physician. 

Phillips Antone, miner. 

Pioneer Gravel Mining Co., 
C. F. May, agent 

Pioneer Mining Company. 

Poole W. W., miner. 

Pritchard Joseph, mining 
claims. 

PROUT GEO. G., barber. 

Ray James, miner. 

Reconstruction Mining Co., 
E. G. Spencer, agent. 

Reed Mathew (Reed & 
Spencer.) 

Reed & Spencer, livery 
stable, prop’rs Iowa Hill 
stage line. 

Reno C. P., 45 a, ming land. 

Rickard Wm. T., miner, 

Robinson George, miner. 

Ross James, mining claims. 

San Francisco Gravel Min’g 
Co., C. F. May, agent. 


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SCHMITT JOHN, brewery & 
liquors. 

Serano & Co., miners. 
Sherett Wm. H , miner. 
SILVA ANTON, liquors. 

Silver Antoni, miner. 

Simons Henry, miner. 

Sloan Patrick, miner. 

Smiley James M., miner. 
Smiley John, land, houseand 
mining claims. 

Smith J. M. & Co., miners. 
Snyder G. W., house and lot. 
Spencer E. G., (Reed & 
Spencer). 

Spraigue S. M. 

Stemple Henry, miner. 
Stevens T, A., farmer, 80 a. 
Stevenson F., miner. 

STONE A. J., general mdse. 
Stone J., bootmaker. 

Stone Josiah, propV Wiscon- 
sin Hill Turnpike. 

Stone Josiah & Co., miners. 
STONE P., justice of the peace 
and notary public. 

Strater Solon, miner. 

Stuart G. C., miner. 

Thomas John, miner. 

Thomas P. J., house and lot. 
Thomas Wm., miner. 
Thomas Wm. P., miner. 
Tiner J. W., miner. 

Tiner W. J., miner. 

Union Quartz Co., E. Spen- 
cer, agent. 

VAN VACTORWM., suprntTt 
Iowa Hill Canal Co. 

Watts William, mining elms, 
house and lot. 

Weisler William, miner. 
Werley F. A., miner. 


Wesler William, propV water 
ditch. 

West Damascus Gravel Min- 
ing Co., C. F. May, sup’t. 

Wheeler James, miner. 

Wheeler Morrison, miner. 

White W. K., improvements 
Indiana Hill. 

Winklemann J. U. F., frmr. 

Woods Mrs. Eliza. 

Worley & Co. miners. 

Worsley Alfred, miner. 

YOUNG JOHN, Star Hotel. 

Zurmachlen C. H., mining 
ditch and claim. 


Lincoln, 

P. O. Situated on the California & 
Oregon Division of the Central Pa- 
cific Railroad, twenty-eight miles 
from Sacramento It is supported 
by an agricultural country surround- 
ing it, and has a population of about 
350. The San Francisco Pottery 
Company have extensive works 
erected here, where they have a 
superior clay, from which vitrified 
iron stone sewer-pipe, fire-brick and 
pottery of different kinds are manu- 
factured. 


Adams B. F., farmer, i6o a. 
Adams L. B.‘, farmer, 480 a. 
A hart Peter, frmr, 1,357 a. 
ALDRICH GEO. D., general 
mdse, 600 acres. 
Alexander Nathan, engineer 
Anderson Christian, farmer. 
Anderson Hans, frmr, 80 a. 
Anderson Peter, frmr, 160 a. 
Arnett Fred., farmer, 40 a. 
Attama John, clerk. 
Backstrom S. F., liquors. 
Barrett Herndon, frmr, 728 a 


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BENNETT HENRY, black 
smith and wagonmaker. 
Boyden A. G., farmer, 370 a 
Bristol A., engineer. 

Bristol H., laborer. 
Brockman Henry, laborer. 
Brown G. M., farmer, 80 a. 
Brown Joseph, frmr, 160 a. 
Brown Thos., farmer. 
BURDHE MRS. S. 1 )., b ding 
house. 

Burdge S. D., carpenter. 
BURDICK MRS. ANNA, dress- 
maker. 

Burton Wm., blacksmith. 
CALIFORNIA VITRIFIED 
SEWER-PIPE WORKS,Mc- 
Bean & Co., prop’rs. 
Cassidy Michael, stock raiser 
Chamberlaine L. R. & T. 

L., farmers, 1,065 a-cres. 
Chapman G. W., frmr, 380 a 
Chapman James, farmer. 
Chresman L. C., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Click Philip, farmer. 

Cochran James, blacksmith. 
Cochran Mary, 160 acres. 
Cook J. D. B,, farmer. 
Cordes C., farmer, 237 acres. 
Cox Alexander, frmr, 80 a. 
Cox Milton, farmer. 

Crook A., farmer, 140 acres. 
Crook Christian, frmr, 340 a. 
Crook John, farmer. 

Crosby J. C., miner. 

Dailman Joseph, dry goods 
and clothing. 

Detels Eugene, clerk. 

Dipple William, frmr, 300 a. 
Dipple P., farmer, 364 acres. 
Donahie Thomas, moulder. 
Donnelly John, moulder. 


Doud James, farmer, 480 a. 
Dyer James M., frmr, 240 a. 
Elder PTank, engineer. 
ELDER S. R., blacksmith cmd 
wagon maker. 

Ellis Thomas laborer. 
Fairchilds Thos., frmr, 367 a. 
Fallis George, farmer. 

Felis George, farmer, 480 a. 
Pldament Walter,*frmr, 80a. 
Fleming A. C., agent C. P. 

R. R., lumber and insrnce. 
Fletcher John, farmer, 480 a, 
Fowler Bros., farmers. 
Fowler J. T., farmer, 80 a. 
Fowler W. M., frmr, 240 a. 
PTanklin Wm., farmer, 400 a. 
Franks J. L., farmer. 

French A. E., farmer, 320 a. 
Friend Robert, frmr, 120 a. 
Fuller Mrs. Ann, 1,920 a 
Fuller Mrs. R.. farmer. 

Fuller Richard Jr., farmer. 
Gates A. H., farmer, 820 a. 
Gibson E. A. (Gray & Gib 
son.) 

Gladding A. J., foreman kiln 
burning. 

Gladding Chas. (Gladding, 
McBean & Co.) 
GLADDING, McBEAN & CO., 
Proprietors California Vit- 
rified Sewer Pipe Works. 
Grant Geo. R. Jr., frmr, 240 a 
Gray Galusha, (Gray & Gib- 
son). 

Gray & Gibson, liquors. 
Groff Mrs. Anne, 340 acres. 
Henny John, blacksmith and 
wagonmaker. 

Haines^ Geo., wagonmaker. 
Harper Jas., farmer, 80 acres 


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Harper T. B., clerk. 

Hart Peter A., farmer. 

Hartley Geo., laborer. 

Hank Frank, laborer. 

Hecker C M., track foreman 
C. P. R. R. 

Henry John, farmer, 360 a. 

Hickey Lawrence, blacksmith 
and wagonmaker. 

Hickey Wm. A., frmr, 578 a 

Holmes Neil farmer, 80 a. 

HOPPERT C. H., bakery, li 
quors, fruits, candy, nuts, 
&c. 

Hotchkiss C. L., constable. 

Hotchkiss Herbert, teamster 

Huppat E. B., farmer, 4S0 a. 

Ingram Wm., postmaster, 
and (Ingram & Young), 
1 50 acres. 

INGRAM & YOUNG, drugs 
and genl mdse. 

Jepson Peter, farmer. 

Jeter Thos. H., justice of 
peace, 155 acres. 

Jeter Wm., laborer. 

Johnson Christian, farmer. 

Johnson Ezra, farmer, 158 a. 

Johnson John, kiln burner. 

Jolley H. W., bootmaker. 

Karolmer N. H., frmr, 640 a 

Keeler Jerry, farmer and en- 
gineer. 

Kennedy Chas., blacksmith. 

Kier C., farmer, 1,870 acres. 

King Sam’l, laborer. 

Kipp W. P., farmer, 293 a. 

LOHSE HERMAN, manager 
for Jno. Ziegenbein. 

Mariner J. S., farmer, 160 a. 

Matthews Edward^ shop 
foreman. 


Matthews John, laborer. 
McEnneswy Mrs , 180 acres. 
McCrussman M., frmr, 320 a. 
McCurry S. S., farmer. 
McKanney John, frmr, 760 a 
McLaughlin F., frmr, 160 a. 
Meyer William, porter. 
Mahoney Cornelius, blksmth. 
Morris Jonathan, clerk. 
Mudgett B. L., frmr, 160 a. 
Mulligan Patrick, kiln burner. 
MULNIX HENiiY, liquors, fo 
acres. 

Murray Timothy, farmer. 
Nelson M. P., farmer. 

Nelson N. T., farmer, 240 a. 
Newton H., farmer, 106 a. 
Ney John, farmer, £0 acres. 
Niles A. S., farmer and sheep 
raiser, 551 acres. 

Ohara M , fanner, 1,280 a. 
Orchard John, farmer, 200 a. 
Peterson Mrs., widow. 
Philbrick J. S., frmr. 160 a. 
Pierce W. H., farmer, 160 a. 
Plantz Timothy, farmer, 1 20 a 
Powers A. M , school teacher. 
Quillon J. J., agent W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Quinn Cornelius, frmr, 880 a. 
Reeves Joshua, frmr, 1,180 a. 
Richardson O. P., frmr, 640 a 
Riechers Christian, fmr, 400 a 
Richey John, farmer, 400 a. 
Richman Wm., frmr, 320 a. 
Ristan Fred, laborer. 
Robertson J. N., hotel and 
farmer, 480 acres. 

Robie W. H. H., farm hand. 
ROBINSON WM.B., proprietor 
Logan House. 

Roche Patrick, blacksmith. 


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Rochon Antoine, carpenter. 
Rochon Octave, genrl mdse. 
Ross A., farmer, 43 acres. 
Sanders C. C.,fm’n clay bank 
Schellhouse C. A., farmer, 
400 acres. 

Schnabel P. F., frmr, 160 a. 
Schwartz Wm., blacksmith. 
Singer Peter, attorney at law 
and notary public. 

Smith Wm., laborer. 
Soderiquirtt S. C., frmr, 160 a 
Soule A. J County Treas- 
urer and farmer, 1,520 a. 
Sopher John, wagon maker. 
Sparkes E. ]., frmr, 1,240 a. 
Speaker John, frmr, 1,277 a. 
Stacy H. M., clerk. 

Stewart James, laborer. 
Stonecipher Isaac. 

Thomas T. H., frmr, 498 a. 


Tindal Calvin, farmer, 160 a. 
Thorp John, frmr, 316 a. 
Tofft Albert, farmer, 160 a. 
Tofft Lawrence frmr, 160 a. 
Towland Peter, frmr, 440 a. 
Vogt Jacob, meat market. 
Wadleigh Chas., wagon mkr. 
Wadley G. L., physician. 
Walker H. S., frmr, 160 a. 
Wastier Frederick, farmer. 
Welty Jacob, frmr, 1,020 a. 
Wilson Whitford G., farmer, 
470 acres. 

Wortell T., farmer, 160 a. 
Worthington James, harness 
maker. 

Young J. E., (Ingram & 
Young). 

ZIEGENBEIN JOHN, general 
merchandise. 

Zink Jacob, farmer, 160 a. 


HENRY BENNETT, 

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Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Rates 


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Dealers iu 

Drugs, Medicines, 

GROCERIES, 
XI a, a^re, 

CIGARS, TOBACCO^ Etc., 

POST-OFFICE, 

]L<in<*oln, - - - - Oal. 

Michigan Bluff. 

P. 0. Thirty miles northeast of 
Auburn. 

Abram John, proprietor Tru- 
man’s Hotel. 

Alabama Bar Mining Co. 
Abroth Anton, miner. 

Austin & Co., miners. 

Bard well John M., miner. 
Barrows Thomas, frmr, 640 a. 
Beekine Mining Claim, N. 

Hough, superintendent. 
Burman Martin, mining and 
grazing land. 


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LIQUORS, WINES 

AND 

Oig:o,x*s- 

LINCOLN, CAL. 

Benton J. A., bootmaker. 
Bishop A. J., miner. 

Bleaks John, carpenter and 
painter. 

Bodani Anton, miner. 

Bodisto Louis, miner. 
Bomboy Jacob, miner. 

Brady William, miner. 

Brandt Jacob, miner. 

Brown, Parks & Co., miners. 
Buchanan Mining Co. 

Buler & Co., miners. 

Bunker Henry, farmer and 
toll road. 

Burnam Joseph, miner. 


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Burns lames, miner. 

Burns Robert, farmer, 40 a. 

Caledonia Gravel Mining Co. 
F. W. Butler, sup’t, 

Cameron Rod, miner. 

CAMPBELL CMAS., black- 
smith. 

Central America Mining Co., 
M. H. Power, agt. 

i Chestnut James D., miner. 

Christian William, prop’r 
Root Hog Mine. 

Consolidated Golden Gate. 

Consolidated Hermit Mining! 
Company. 

Corcoran Michael, prop’r 
of mining ditc h. 

Cronin John, miner. 

Oosby Thomas, miner. 

Currans John, dairy. 

Dam claims, H. Fox, sup’t. 

Danagh M., miner. 

Darlin George M., frmr, 240 
acres. 

Davis Wm. & Son, miners. 

Davis W. J., house and lot. 

Diaz Jose, miner. 

DOOLY E. L., butcher and 
constable. 

Dorer Richard, mining claims 

Dunlap J. W., sup’t Eureka 
Ditch Co. 

Elk Horn Cow Mining Claim 

Ellsworth Edward, miner. 

ELSEN JOHN, liquors. 

Elsworth Ed., miner. 

Elsworth P". B , bootmakr. 

Emigrant Mining Co., J. W 
McLean, agt. 

Farquharson & Co., miners. 

Farquharson M., wtr ditch. 

Farrier Wm., farmer. 

Ferrier Wm., barber. 

F'oisy A., miner. 

General Butler Claim, Henry 
Bausley, proprietor. 

Goh A. W., miner. 

Gorman D. L , farmer. 
Halligan D. M., miner 
Halligan James, miner. 

Harris P. T., miner. 

Hazan Mine, James Keohn, 
superintendent. 

Hidden Treasure Mining (^0., 
M. H. Power, agent. 
Hotiman P'rank, min’g chins 
and ditch. 

HoMman G. W., miner. 
Hogan David, miner. 

Hogan J. J., physician. 

Holt Michael, miner. 

Hough Noah, farmer, 20 a. 
Huhbaker S. M., manager of 
Phoenix Hotel. 

Huffman J. W., clerk. 

Hughes R. R., miner. 

Hurd Ed., carpenter. 

Hurd E. D., farmer. 

Hurd William, miner. 

Hyland J. J., miner. 

Jones George, mining claims. 
Kavanaugh Edward, miner. 
Keiser John F., miner. 
Keystone Mining Co. 

Labree Seth P., proprietor 
Home Ticket Mine. 

Lemon & Co., miners. 
Lafruth Richard, miner. 
Lucas A. V., miner. 

Maggini & Co.^ miners. 
Magginett Theodore, mining 
claim and ditch. 

Manlin Gus, miner. 

Mannelin E. A., mi’ng claims. 


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Masters Frank, miner. 
McCarty P. W., miner. 

Me Hale P., miner. 

Meyrs Frank, liquors. 
Michigan Bluff Enterprise 
Mining Co., Edward Po- 
lifka, agt, 

Michigan Bluff Mining Co., 
John Kiser, sup’t. 
Middleton C. W., miner. 
Mitchell William. 

Morgan John, liquors. 
Morgan M., clerk. 

Mountain Chief and Blue 
Gravel Co. 

Muthler John, mining land, 90 
acres. 

Occidental Mining Co., M. 

H. Power, agt. 

Philmar John, miner. 

Perry H. J., blacksmith. 
Polifka Ed., genl mdse and 
livery stable^ 

Polifka Manuel, farmer, 
Powell M. H., miner. 
POWELL P., prop’r Phoenix 
Hotel and Auburn and 
Michigan Bluff stage lines. 
Powell P. & Co., frmrs, 520 
acres. 

Ramsdell L., miner. 

Reily John, miner. 

Rossi Alexander, miner, 
Russell C. S., prop’r Russell 
Mining Claim. 

Sallier & Co., farmers, 320 
acres. 

Schnauffer William, miner. 
Scott J. W. (Scott &Squier ) 
SCOTT & SQUIER, Palace 
■ Saloon. 

Shain W. C., miner. 


Shofer John H., blacksmith 
Smith, Dooley & Co., miners 
Smith John, miner. 

Snedcor S. T., carpenter. 
Sonnenberg Frederick, wteh- 
maker 

Squier D. D., (Scott & 
Squier). 

Stream Fred, laborer. 
Sutcliffe Wm., gardener and 
• prop’r Big Moos Claim. 
Thompson John, proprietor 
Dutch Lookout Claim. 
Thompson John, clerk. 
Tickell John, miner. 

Treilt J, R., miner. 

Udell C. P., prop’r Yankee 
Mining Claim. 

Union Mining Co., M. H. 

Power, agent. 

Van Diver J. F., miner. 

Van Emon H. L., miner. 

Van Emon H. R., miner. 
Maneman James, dep assessr. 
Watkins C., stage driver. 
Watkins Chas., clerk. 

Walters James B., miner. 
Webber Geo., miner. 

Wells James, miner. 

Wesky Ad., mining claims. 
Westfall E, C., laborer. 

Wiley J. R. 

WILLEY WALTER, general 
merchandise, post-master, 
and agent W. F. & Co. 
WILLIAMS M. H., hotel and 
carpenter. 

Wills James, farmer, 480 a. 
WISSINGER J. H., tinsmith 
and liquors. 

Worm & Hawk, miners. 


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Newcastle, 

P. O. Four miles southwest of Au- 
burn, on the C. P. B,. B At the 
base of the Sierra Nevadas, in the 
foothills. Orchards and vineyards 
are numerous in the vicinity. 


Abbott A. G., blacksmith and 
wagon maker. 

Adams C T., fruit grower. 

Albee H. F., (Hogins & 
Albee). 

Ames Louis fruit grower. 

Ballen George, farmer, 8o a. 

Bannon L., farmer, 240 a. 

Barkhaus H., farmer, 400 a. 

Becker F'red., fruit grower. 

Burdick A., farmer, 12 acres. 

Blanchard Jas. W., frmr, 80 a 

Blanchette W. H., farmer. 

Boles T. J., lumber and 
teamster. 

Brown Chas,, fruit grower, 
45 acres. 

Browning B., farmer, 40 a, 

Buddick C., farmer, 160 a. 

Buzzell W. P., farmer, 118 a. 

Calwell A., farmer, 200 acres 

Connelly C., farmer, i6o a. 

Connelly C. B., justice of 
peace, 50 acres. 

Corea J. K., fruit grower, 
80 acres. 

CULVER E. W., dry goods, 
clothing, books, stationery 
and postmaster. 

Dyke W. M., farmer, 80 a. 

Evans J. B. 

Pippins W. W., farmer, 160 a 

Forbes James. 

Frey Joseph M., physician. 

Gay E., farmer, 160 acres. 


GAY CHAS. A., blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Gerlson H., farmer, 52 acres. 
Gildersleve R., farmer, 240 a 
Goodrich E., genl mdse. 
Gould Chas., fruit orpower. 
Gray B. T., farmer, fo acres. 
Gregory Mrs. Mary, 1 60 a. 
Hendershatt W. D., frmr, .^^8 
acres. 

Himes & Co., farmers, 480 a 
Hogins & Albee, genl mdse. 
Hogins D. ( Hogins & Albee) 
Hogue Mrs. R. FL, widow. 
Howell W. J., farmer, 80 a. 
Husse L., bootmaker 
Johnston Robert, frmr, 160 a 
Kaisei John, farmer, 240 a. 
King Owen, farmer, 440 a. 
Lardner Lyrford, frmr, 139 a 
Lawrence Wm. J., miner, 432 
acres. 

Light S., farmer, 320 acres 
Lothrop Lee, farmer, 30 a. 
Mandsfield M., farmer, 280 a. 
McGahey Sam’l, box-maker. 
McLewis S., farmer, 80 a. 
Mead H. C., farmer, 40 acres. 
Mendenhall E. L., fmr, 240 a. 
Miller Jacob F., farmer, 1 60 a 
3 I 1 TCHELL BERRY, liquors, 
constable and collector. 
Mitchell J. H., truit grower 
and assessor ist dist, 80 a. 
Myers Charles H., laborer. 
Newcastle Fruit Grower’s 
Shipping and Preserving 
Association. 

Orr John, fruit grower. 

Page A. N., hotel, 40 a. 
Parsons F. M., frmr, 160 a. 
Perkins Geo., farmer, 160 a. 


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Pointard Alfred, frmr, 80 a. 

Porter J., fruit grower, 80 a. 

Pugh C. D., fruit grower. 

Reinecke Henry, farmer. 

Rice D A., agent C. P. R. 
R., W. F. & Co., and W. 
U. Tel. Co. 

Richey W. E., farmer. 

Rouzi Frank, farmer, 80 a. 

Rusman H. W., barkeeper 
and barber. 

Schnabel A. H., quartz mill 
and mine. 

Schnable P. F., farmer. 160 a.- 

Sexton Michael, farmer. 

SILYA C. M. & SON, fruit 
growers and nursery. 

Silva Ed. B., business mana- 
ger N C. F. G.S. &P.A., 
80 acres. 

Smith Mrs. H. H., widow. 

Smith Joseph, carpenter. 

Smyth Wm. R., farmer 80 a 

Sonnie L., farmer, 80 acres. 

Tabor J. F., farmer, 114 a. 

Thompson Luther, farmer. 

Lick Tim, farmer, 160 acres. 

Warfield J. S., carpenter. 

WESTON T. F., harness 
maker. 

WHITTEMORE A. S., fruit 
grower and agent Bear 
River Ditch. 

Wilson W. J., fruit grower 
and shipper. 

Wood Joshua, laborer. 

Wood Thos., . laborer. 

Woodward John, fruit grwer, 
160 acres. 

Woodworth S. F., frmr, 80 a. 

Working Jacob, farmer, 80 a. 


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Ophir, 

P. 0. Situated a few miles west of 
Auburn, in a mining district. 

ANDERSON J. S., frmr, 40 a. 
Barry W'^illiam, farmer, 140a. 
Brown J. B., farmer, 80 a. 
Brown William L., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Butts James, farmer, 40 acres 
Cate Chas., farmer, 160 acres 
Crater Hotel, near Crater 
Mine, Hutcherson Mrs.W. 
L., proprietress. 

Cryderman S. W., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Curts J. F., fruit grower. 
Davis J. S., farmer, 160 acres 
Eicke D., farmer, 80 acres. 
Faber Michael, farmer, 80 a. 
Foster Charles, farmer, 80 a. 
Gibbs William, farmer, 160 a 
Green Mining Company. 

Hall John, farmer, 640 acres. 
Halley Wm., farmer, 160 a. 
Heryford Daniel, frmr, 640 a 
Heryford William, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Holmes John, frmr, 160 acres 
Ivy Thomas, farmer, 240 a. 
Johnson William, frmr, 240 a 


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Johnston Henry C., frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Kelley A., saloon keeper. 
Kirkland Mining Co., 15 a. 
Kittler Mrs. E., prop’r Em 
pire Hotel, 30 acres. 
PLANTZ W. A., farmer, 58 a. 
Pillowe Wrn. , prop’r Pillowe’s 
Hotel. 

Mayer VV. J., farmer, 120 a. 
Moon Samuel quartz claim. 
Morrell E. H., farmer, 80 a. 
Mudgett E. L., frmr, 160 a. 
Rhodes Daniel, farmer, 120 a. 
Schineler John, farmer 80 a. 
Schnabell B. A., prop’r Cra- 
ter Hill Consolidated Qrtz 
Mine. 

Scott L. N., farmer, 400 a. 
Shade Nick, farmer, 40 acres. 
Staples & Co., genl mdse. 
Stinger Melvina, 320 acres. 
St. Patrick Consolidated Min- 
ing Co. 

St. Lawrence Mining Co., 
Frank Carney, agent. 
Symington R. B., frmr, 80 a. 
Tin Kate G., 160 acres. 

Till George, farmer, 80 a. 
Viehmeion John, frmr, 240 a. 
Vogtjf., farmer, 160 acres. 
Williams Charles, gardener. 

Penryn, 

P. 0. Southwest of Auburn seven 
miles. 


Ames L., farmer, 80 acres. 
Bartin William, frmr, 75 a. 
Birdsall F., farmer, 560 a. 
Boggs J. C., farmer, 440 a. 
Bugzell E. C., farmer, 80 a. 


Gate Bros, farmer, 85 acres. 
Gilman W. S., farmer, 80 a. 
Griffith G., farmer, 420 a. 
Kluss Charles, farmer, 240 a. 
Knowles Geo., frmr, 160 a. 
Logan Robert A., frmr, 157a. 
MITCHELL J. H assessor 
Revenue District No. i. 
Narrimore A., farmer, 160 a. 
Orr John, farmer, 40 acres. 
Pgoetz Louis, farmer, 80 a. 
Thompson Luther, frmr, 40 
acres. 

White I. F., farmer, 240 a. 
Willingham George, frmr, 
1 60 acres. 

Wilson W. J., farmer, 40 a. 
Wood S. A., farmer, 80 a. 


Pino, 

P. 0. A station on the C. P. R. R., 
twelve miles southeast of Auburn. 

Baker F., farmer, 40 acres. 
Coster Robert, farmer, 200 a 
Fredenberg W. C., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Klees N„ farmer, 160 acres. 
Layton & Bro., farmers, j2oa 

Rocklin, 

P. O. On the C. P. R R. , fourteen 
miles southeast of Auburn. At this 
place extensive granite quarries are 
worked, from which shipments are 
made to all points in the valley. 

Ambler S. F., miner, 40 acres 
Ballon Harvey, laborer. 
Battenfield G., Jr., laborer. 
Beasmore Wm., laborer. 
Bemis Sam’l, carpenter. 
Berge Chas., engineer. 


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Biscoe Fred., brakeman C. P. 

R. R. 

Bissell C. O., engineer C. P. 

R. R. 

Bolton George, frmr, 160 a. 
Bolton James, frmr, 160 acres 
Bolton M., farmer, 218 acres 
Bradley S. R., frmr, 480 a 
Bradley S. F., farmer, 320 a. 
Brannan John, machinist. 
Bray R., laborer. 

Brown D. J., foreman C. P. 
R. R. shops. 

Brown Otis, frmr, 238 acres. 
Burchard James, liquors. 

Burt T. A , engineer C. P. 

R. R. 

Bushby Peter, frmr, 80 acres 
Campbell J. W., stone cutter 
Case H. F., brakeman C. P. 

R. R. 

CASSIDY JAMES, liquors. 
Chandler Chas., engineer C. 

P. R. R. 

Chisholm James, blacksmith. 
Clark J. C., carpenter. 
Cleveland Chas., laborer. 
Clow C. L., blacksmith. 

Clow S. C , blacksmith and 
constable. 

Clydesdale John, liquors and 
notary public 
Coleman T., engineer. 

Collins John, blacksnfith. 
Comstock W. H., engineer 
C. P. R. R. 

Conners Mrs. C., widow. 
Copp R. H., stone cutter. 
Cox Mrs. L., widow. 

Creedan J., laborer. 

Crocker L.. L., farmer, 40 a. 
Curlay Michael, teamster 


Curtis A. H., fireman C. P. 

R. R. 

Curtis H. C., teacher. 

Daney S., farmer, 210 acres. 
Davis G. P., carpenter. 

Davis J. I., carpenter. 

Davis Mrs. Mary, widow. 
Day H. M., carpenter. 

Day J. C., fireman C. P. 

R. R. 

Dempy A. 

Dennis Henry, asst, agt C. 
P. R. R. and opr W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Derrick J., laborer. 

Dickinson L. F., Trott’s 
Hotel. 

Dike W m M., farmer. 
Downey Bros., frmrs, 440 a. | 
Downey John, laborer. 
Duglas John VV., frmr 120 a 
Duncan Chas. D., machinist. 
Elliott P. A., farmer, 80 a. 
Ertle John, blacksmith. 
Esabrook J., fireman C. P. 
R. R. 

Evans J. B., farmer, 160 a. 
Evans Matthew, barkeeper. 
P'ahls Mrs. H., liquors. 
Eitzpatrick A., laborer. 
Eogarty Wm., laborer. 

Eord Howard, physician. 
PTame A. R., time-keeper C. 

R R. R. shops. 

Erederick Louis E., tailor. 
Free J., farmer, 160 acres. 
Frick J., painter. 

Gage A., farmer, 280 acres. 
Gage F., stone cutter. 

Gay Elijah, farmer, 160 a. 
Geehan John, laborer. 
Glindkamp John, laborer. i 


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ROC PLACEI 

1 COUNTY. ROC 299 

Golt William, brakeman C. 

P.'R. R. 

Gray G. A., brakeman C. P. 

R. R. 

Grant Andrew, frmr, 240 a. 
Grant Geo. W. Sr., farmer, 
320 acres. 

Hunt F., clerk. 

Hammill John, laborer. 
Hathaway A. D., stone qrry 
Hawes Miss Emma B., 120 a. 
Heaton C., fireman C. P. R. R. 
Henry T. O., C. P. R. R., 
night operator. 

Hern Miss Ann, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Hickey Michael, frmr, 480 a. 
Higgins T., machinist. 

Hill John, laborer. 

Hilton H., painter. 

Holt Henry, farmer, 480 a. 
Hurley Michael, laborer. 
Hurlburt J. W., engineer C. 
P. R. R. 

Hyatt L. B., frmr, 80 acres. 
St. Louis Mine, Laird I., 
agent, 200 acres. 

Katcham M. A., engineer C. 

P. R. R. 

Kelly James, engineer C. P. 

R. R. 

Kennedy C., laborer. 

Kinney Michael, laborer. 
KNIGHT JONES, livery stable 
Lahey Michael, laborer. 

Laird I., farmer, 160 a. 

Lamy James W., frmr, 160 a. 
Lavenson Mose, (Lavenson 
& Newman). 

LAVENSON & NEWMAN, gen- 
eral merchandise. 

Layton L. M., farmer, 160 a. 
Lee J. A., laborer. 

Leschan Peter, blacksmith. 
Levison Bros., general mdse. 
Levison I., (Levison Bros.) 
Levison J. L., (Levison Brs.) 
Lewes J, L., conductor C. 
P. R. R. 

Ligget W. T.,‘ brakeman C. 

P. R. R. 

Lisk Mrs. A., widow. 

Loge John, bakery. 

Lonergan John, laborer. 
Loney James, farmer, 320 a. 
Loring C. A., engineer C. 
P. R. R. 

Lumis James B. (Lumis & 
Peterson). 

Lumis & Peterson, liquors. 
Marshall H. D., frmr, 160 a. 
Mason B. H. F., engineer C. 

P. R. R. 

Mattison Mrs. J., widow. 
McCreedy Geo., manager of 
Trott’s Hotel. 

McDonough Mrs. C., widow. 
Mede P., boot maker. 

Mooney John, engineer C. 
P. R. R. 

Mooney Hugh, frmr, 160 a. 
Moore Nelson H., farmer, 320 
acres. 

Muir J. A., agent C. P. R. R. 
Myre C., farmer, 80 acres. 
Neely J. H., laborer. 

Nelson A., laborer. 

Newman Chas. (Lavenson & 
Newman). 

Niles Wm. B., physician. 
’Nixon J. H., farmer, 200 a. 
O’BriangC. H., fireman C. P. 

R. R. 

Oglesby L. C., fireman C. 

P. R. R. 


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Orfeno Mining Co., John L. 

Kegan, agent. 

Orsolini A., laborer. 

Osborne A. E., frmr, 190 a. 
Oswald Geo., miner. 

Pacific Granite Co., C. C. 

Brigham, agent, 300 acres. 
Page Mrs. Hattie E., widow, 
boarding. 

Parker laborer. 

Pennington D. A., laborer, 
Perkins Jane, 80 acres. 
Perkins W. D.. liquors. 
Peterson James (Lennis & 
Peterson). 

Phelan E., farmer, 120 acres. 
Phipps Alfred laborer. 

Porter Baxter, laborer. 

Porter D., farmer, 40 acres. 
Price Wm., liquors. 

Pringle P., farmer, 160 acres. 
Proser & Elliott, farmers and 
sheep raisers, 2,527 a. 
Prassen W. J., frmr, 392 a. 
Pulvermacher Julius, clerk. 
Purdy E., dairy. 

Quinn Mary, prop’r Quinn’s 
Quarry. 

Quinn Thomas, frmr, 320 a. 
Rawles Mrs. H. C., widow. 
Rice James, farmer, 160 a. 
Rice James, frmr, 80 acres. 
Richards Jacob, fireman C. 
P. R. R. 

Rodrick Frank, barber, 
Rudech Thomas, engineer C. 

p.k. R. 

Sawyer S. B., quarryman. 
Schmitt Adam, liquors. 
Schott John, switch engineer 
Schuetze A. H., laborer. 
Schuetze W. F.. butcher. 


Sesson C. P., farmer, 320 a. 
Sheedy John, stone quarry. 
Sheehan John T.,frmr, 200 a 
Sheehan T., laborer. 

Silsby M. W., engineer C. 
P. R. R. 

Sink Joe, engineer C. P. R. R. 
Sisson An., farmer, 1,723 a. 
Smith B. F., carpenter. 

Smith James L , painter. 
Smith L. G., drugs and sta- 
tionery, postmaster, agent 
W. F'. & Co. and justice of 
the peace. 

Smith Sidney, laborer. 

Smith T. R., bakery. 

Smith W. F., machinist. 
Smyth J W., frmr., 150 a. 
Soule G. E. 

Spoor Geo. L., engineer C. 

P. R. R. 

Sprague C. G., farmer, 160 a. 
Sprague Chas., barkeeper. 
Sprague S. W., frmr, 10 a. 
Stevenson Frank M., prop’r 
Rocklin Hotel. 

Sundstram Chas., laborer. 
Sweeney John, barkeeper. 
Sweet D. C., stone cutter. 
Sweet Mrs. R. A., widow. 
Taylor James. 

Taylor John, stone quarry. 
Thom Wm., liquors. 

TROTT S. 

Trowen Ebenezer, frmr, 80 
acres. 

Fulley Thos., laborer. 

'.Turner Joseph, frmr, 150 a. 
Van Freese Mrs. R., widow. 
Walden James M., laborer. 
Wales F. H., clergyman 
(Congregational. ) 


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Walker D. M. 

Wanen Mrs. C. E., widow, 
lodgings. 

Waters Alex., stone-cutter. 
Webb Elisha, farmer, 240 a. 
Whitney J. T., frmr & sheep 
raiser, 1 1 .960 acres. 
WINTON H. A., bootmaker. 
Wright A. K., machinist. 
Yar&ough Milto, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Young Frank, laborer. 

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Roseville, 

P. 0. It is a small town supported 
principally by agriculture, at the 
junction of the Central Pacific and 
California and Oregon JRailroads, 
eighteen miles from Sacramento. 

Allen H. B., farmer, 257 a. 
Astill James, farmer, 320 a. 
Atkinson Mrs. E. 320 a. 
Bane Oscar, farmer, 120 a. 
Barrett F. M., clerk. 

Barrett Mrs. M., widow. 
Banquier Frank, manager 
Johnson’s livery stable. 
Bellue Terry, farmer, 80 a. 
BERRY JOHN C., painter. 
Berry P. S., laborer. 

Berry T. A., liquors. 


Birmingham John, laborer. 
Blair J., barkeeper. 

Boutwell S. A., frmr and 
sheep raiser, 7,200 acres. 
Branstetter Sam’l, laborer. 
Branstetter W. J., brick, 
lumber, hay, grain, etc. 
Branstetter W. J., frmr, 100 a. 
Brewster F. H , (Brewster & 
Woodworth.) 

Brewster M. T. 

Brewster & Woodworth, 
fruits, etc. 

Brown John N. 

Bulens J. L., liquors. 

Castner D. J., farmer, 240 a. 
Cisby George K., farmer and 
stock raiser, 720 acres. 
Clark D. D.. farmer, 136 a. 
Clark W. A., farmer, t6o a. 
Clark William, laborer. 
Colburn J. A., frmr, 3,372 a. 
Coleman Mrs. M., widow. 
Colman Helen, frmr, 219 a. 
Cox Patrick, farmer, 1 60 a. 
Crompton L, blacksmith. 
DAYIS J. B. R., prop’r Capi- 
tal Hotel and liquors. 
Devinny Wm., farmer, 

Doyle J., farmer, 233 a. 
Dudley Thos., farmer, 710 a. 
Dyer John R., farmer, 235 a. 
Finley A. R., farmer, 160 a. 
Fitzgerald J. M., blacksmith. 
Foresyth Phillip, frmr, 400 a. 
Foster Wm., farmer, 160 a, 
Frank John, farmer, 160 a. 
Franklin I. N., carpenter. 
Frederick Lewis F,, farmer, 
160 acres. 

Gould J. D., farmer, 160 a. 
Gould J. G., farmer, 320 a. 


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ROS PLACER COUNl'Y. ROS 


Hackett Wm. H., barkeeper. 

Hancock G. W., frmr, 574 a 

Hanisch Gottleib M., frmr, 
330 acres. 

Hicken J. B., farmer & sheep 
raiser, 3,520 acres. 

Holt William, farmer, 160 a. 

Hovay P. D., farmer, 240 a. 

Johnson H. H., frmr, 1,020 a. 

Johnson Levi, livery stable. 

Johnson Milon, frmr, 400 a. 

Johnston W. E., frmr, 320 a. 

JONES IlOltT., constable and 
collector, 

Jones T. R., agtC. P. R. R., 
W. F. & Co. and W U. 
Tel. Co. 

Keehner Chas., blacksmith. 

Keesburg J. W., sheep raiser, 
8,608 acres. 

Kerr Alex., farmer, 80 acres. 

King Charles, frmr, 280 a. 

Kirkland Rev. Thos., dentist 
and clergyman (Metho- 
dist.) 

Krott J. D., genl mdse. 

Ladue W. H., laborer. 

Ladue Wm., farmer, 117 a. 

Lawson H. C., farmer, 80 a. 

Lefferts Edmund, wagonmkr 

Lewis Garry, farmer, 80 a. 

Lewis Wm., blacksmith. 

Marshall O. L., farmer, 80 a, 

Matheson Edward, black- 
smith. 

McAlister A., farmer, 360 a, 

McBRIDE BROS., warehouse 

McBride D. (McBride Bros.) 

McBride Thomas (McBride 
Bros.), 1 13 acres. 

McClung John M., frmr, 400 
acres. 


McCRAE A. B., frmr, 280 a, 
and owner stallion Dia- 
mond, French Normandy 
horse, weight 1,706 pounds 
McDevett N., farmer, 160 a. 
McGill Wm. 

Mclnnarny Geo., sec. fore- 
man. 

McRae A. B., farmer, 200 a. 
McRae D., farmer, 80 acres. 
Mortes Nicholas, frmr, 160 a 
Morgan Jacob, farmer, 160 a 
Morton Omar, farmer, 80 a. 
Murray W. H., farmer, 500 a 
Neal Francis S., frmr, 20 a 
Neher A. D. (Neher & Co.) 
Neher & Co., iron gang har- 
rows and iron cultivators. 
Neher M. J., liquors. 

Neher S. P., laborer. 

Pratt J. D. (Neher & Co.), 
genl mdse and postmaster 
Priser Terasa, farmer, 320 a. 
Pullen S. J. (Neher & Co.), : 

notary public. 

Scott J. J., butcher. 

Scott J. R., farmer, 1 60 a. 

Scott Wm., hotel. | 

Smith James, barkeeper. 
Stephenson D., frmr, 600 a. \ 
Stephenson F. M., fmr, 240 a. j 
Tabor I., physician. j 

Tassie Mrs. M., widow. ■ 

Taylor Cyrus, freight agent 
C. P. R. R. 

Thomas L. D. (Thomas & 
Son). 

Thomas & Son, genl mdse. 
Thomas W. A., (Thomas & 
Son). 

Thompson Wm., fmr, 640 a. ; 
Thomson M. D., laborer. 1 


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SHE PLACER COUNTY. SHE 303 

Tindell Calvin, frmr, i6o a. 
Tassey Mary, farmer, 200 a. 
Vallfett C., farmer^ 80 acres. 
Warnrick T. C», frmr, 154 a. 
Whitney B. B., clerk. 

Will J., boot-maker. 

Williams Mrs M. C., 1,920a. 
Wilson Edward, laborer. 
Woodworth Mrs. E. A., 

( Brewster & Woodworth). 
W oodworth Frank, laborer. 
W yss Nick, farmer, 80 a. 
Yocum James H., laborer. 
Zeis G., farmer, 200 acres. 

Sheridan, 

P- 0. On the Ohlifornia and Ore- 
gon Hailroad, 36 miles from Sacra- 
mento. Population about 150. It 
has a very fine flour mill which is 
supplied from wheat productions in 
the vicinity. 

Ackerman J. H., liquors. 
Adams W. N., hotel. 
ANTHONY WM., mine owner, 
7 miles northeast of Sher- 
idan. 

Barker A. H., farmer, 160 a. 
Barker Thomas, frmr, 360 a, 
Beatty W. H., farmer, 320 a. 
Briggs J. T. 

Brown Misses, dressmakers 
and milliners. 

Brown G. M. (Robertson & 
Brown) and constable. 
Brown Thomas, frmr, 692 a. 
Burrett Marcus, blacksmith 
and wagon maker. 

Click Daniel, flour mills, 720 
acres. 

Click Phillip, night watchmn, 
and farmer, 240 acres. 

Coffey E. H , miller. 

Cox E. ]., farmer, 632 acres. 
Dolby F., farmer, 640 acres 
Davis Mrs. M. L., varieties* 
Dilap A., farmer, 100 acres. 
Doughet B. P\. farmer, 80 a. 
Dussel John, harnessmkr. 
Eastman C. B., miller. 

F'raser John N., farmer, 160 
acres. 

French James, farmer, b^joa. 
Frichette Peter, blacksmith 
and wagon-maker 

Geath Ed., Jr., farmer, 800 a 
Grayjno. W., blacksmith. 
Greitman Charles, frmr, 640 
acres. 

Greitman J. G. (Greitman & 
Rains.) 

GREITMAN & RAINS, genl 
mdse and post office. 
Griffin Wm., farmer, 320 a. 
Grubbs Wm. L., feed stable. 
Hanson Albert, bootmaker 
Hickey Wm., farmer. 

Hillard John, wagonmaker. 
HOPKINS ORIN K., agt C. 
P. R. R. 

Hunt J. C., miller. 

Jackson James, laborer. 

Jessie J. E., schl tchr. 

Johnson Chris., frmr, 360 a. 
Jordan L. B., shipping clerk. 
Jordan Mrs. L. B., dressmkr. 
Justice Chas., market. 

Keys R. S. H., physician. 
Lewis S. P., farmer, 480 a. 
Long D. H., farmer, 640 a. 
Long J. M., physician. 

Luce N., farmer, 1,280 acres 
Majors Robt., farmer, 1^0 a. 
McDonald J, L., miller. 


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304 SHE PLACER COUM'rY TAH 

McGrath Edward, farmer. 
Mitchell James, farmer, 480 a 
Murphy C. VV., tel. operator. 
Nelson Isaac, engineer. 
Newberry Henry, barber. 
Newman D. G., farmer, 160 a 
Newman Edward, frmr, 200 
acres. 

NEY JOHN, justice of peace 
and sec. foreman C P. 

R. R. 

Peters Thos., laborer. 

Philip Alexander, book-kpr. 
Rains J. W. (Greitman & 
Rains.) 

Richards J. C., blacksmith. 
Rickney Jno., farmer. 
Robertson John (Robertson 
& Brown.) 

KOBERTSON & BROWN, Iqrs 
Rogers E. C., frmr, 1,840 a. 
Rosco Jane, farmer, 320 a. 
Schwalbe Howell, clerk. 
Schwalbe Joseph & Co., genl 
mdse and agts W. ¥. 
& Co. 

Schwalbe Samuel (Joseph 
Schwalbe & Co.) 

Smears John, frmr, 1,280 a. 
Smith P. H., farmer, 80 a. 
Spiedel David, carpenter. 
Speidel D. S., farmer, 160 a. 
Street James H., capitalist. 
Vine Geo., butcher. 

V on Kormeritz O., liquors. 
Williams J. S., hotel and 
liquors. 

Williams T. D., frmr, 240 a. 

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SHERIDAN, CAL. 

in breadth, at an elevation of 6,000 
feet above the sea. Only a small 
portion of the lake is in Placer 
county, the balance being in El 
Dorado and the State of Nevada. 

Burton H. D., frmr, 340 a. 
Campbell W. B., 63 a, at hot 
springs, with improvem’ts. 
FORBES & CAMPBELL, genl 
mdse. 

Griffins Trueman, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Tahoe City, 

P. 0. A place of great resort by 
tourists, situated upon tbe margin of 
Lake Tahoe, 14 miles from Truckee, 
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Huntington Louis, frmr, lOO 
acres. 

Hurley Jeremiah, proper 
Tahoe Fishery. 

Mortley G. F., farmer, 8o a. 

Saxten & Casey, frmrs, 365 a 

Saxton R. H., farmer, 153 a. 

Trueworth Frank, frmr, 290 
acres. 

Woody & Bay ley, prop’r 
Grand Central Hotel. 


Todd’s Valley, 

P, 0. A farmers^ mining locality 
since an eany day, located between 
the North and Middle Forks of 
American River, 17 miles east of 
Auburn. 

Centennial Gold Mining Co. 
Cook, Ward & Co , miners 
Donclin Timothy, miner. 
Dorr H., miner. 

Forley John, miner. 

Hall Winslow, farmer. 
Hawley Phillip, saloon-kpr. 
Hanson & Co., miners. 

Hull S. B., miner. 

Lawler Patrick, prop’r min- 
ing ditch. 

Neuman Herman, proprietor 
Neuman’s ranch. 

Nortwood Wm., prop’r Ship- 
mar ranch 
Peas J. H., miner. 

Pink P. T., prop’r water ditch 
Pond & Co., miners. 
Rahmling & Co., miners. 
Sleighter W. M., miner. 
Smith Morris, fruit orchard. 
Storry Mathew, miner. 

White John H., min’g claims 
Wilson Edward, miner. 


Wisconsin Hill, 

Near Auburn. P. O., address Todd's 
Valley. 

Glusan James, frmr& miner. 

Schmidt Michael, orchard 
and mining claims, 30 a. 

Tubbs M. B., property in 
Yankee Hill. 

Vaugher D. J., prop’r water 
ditch and miner. 


Yankee Jim’s, 

P. 0. A mining camp 16 miles 
northeast of Auburn. 


Adams Harry, miner. 

Adams H. F., miner, house 
and lot, 

Berti Lorenzo. 

Bossi G., miner. 

Bradley S. R. 

Gellespie Richard, miner. 

Gilbert B. F., miner. 

Henderson O. W., mining 
claims and water ditches. 

Hodges James, min’g claims. 

Holmes Isaac A., gardener. 

Johnson Thomas, farmer. 

Pioneer Fluming Co., Charles 
Trafton, agent. 

Sanborn G. S., prop’r min g 
claims. 

Schutz David,frmr and propV 
ditch. 

Seavey E., mining claims. 

Swindle Hill Mining Co. 

Trafton Chas., mining claims 

Veri & Co., prop’r Hoagh- 
land Mine. 

Walker Jacob, prop’r Yankee 
Jim Mining Claim. 


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NEVADA COUNTY. 


Organized in 1851. Bounded north by Yuba and Sierra, east by the 
State of Nevada, south and east by Placer, and west by Yuba. Area, 
1,026 square miles. County seat, Nevada City. Almost the entire 
wealth and resources of this county are consolidated in its mineral lodes. 
The mining interests embrace both quartz and placer mining. Expensive 
mills have been erected at Grass Valley, and considerable foreign capital 
is now being directed to these interests. The ridge between the south and 
middle Yubas is distinguished for its vast and almost continuous lines of 
gravel hills extending from the summit to the foot-hills, near Smartsville, 
The deposits of gravel varies from 100 to 300 feet in depth, and heavy 
expense is entailed to open tunnels and cuts, through which the debris 
may be washed away. The North Bloomfield Company have lately 
finished a tunnel of two miles in length, with ditches over sixty miles, 
costing nearly $2,000,000. The soil in the lower altitudes is peculiarly 
adapted to the growth of fruits and cereals, and it is only a question of 
time as to its being utilized by mankind. County officers : T. B. Rear- 
dan, District Judge ; Jno. Caldwell, County Judge; Wm. H. Montgom- 
ery, Sheriff; Jas. D. White, County Clerk; John A. Rapp, Recorderand 
Tax Collector; E. H. Gaylord, District Attorney; J. M. Payne, Treas- 
urer; Collins Daniel, Assessor and Tax Collector; Jas. Champion, Sur- 
veyor; Geo. E. Robinson, Superintendent Schools; Bartel Johnson, 
Coroner ; Chas. Kitts, Public Administrator. 


Anthony House, 

P. O. West of Nevada City 12 
miles. 

Atwood A., farmer, 8o acres. 
Bagley John, farmer, i6o a. 
Bourne Mrs. Robert, 620 a. 
Cole C. J., Farmer’s Hotel, 
160 acres. 

Doyle J., farmer, 160 acres. 
French S. P., frmr, 160 acres, 
H. B. Rathburn, agent. 
Hoffman J. H., farmer, 40 a. 
McKane Wm., frmr, 160 a. 
Novay P. J., farmer, 160 a. 
Pipper C., farmer, 160 a. 


Rapp August, farmer. 

Rapp Mrs. Peter, postmistss, 
160 acres. 

Rathburn H. B., proprietor 
Anthony House. 

Schwartz Theodore, fmr, 160. 
Tomkins L., farmer, 320 a. 
Williams George, farmer. 

Boca, 

P. 0. Station on the C. P. R. R., 
89 miles from Nevada City. 

Ade Joseph, laborer. 
Alexander James, laborer. 
Allington Mrs. E., widow. 


Miss M. J. Pvtnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and BSts , Marysville. 


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HOC NEVADA 

COUNTY. , HOC 307 

Bacon B. B'., farmer, i6o a. 

Barton H. D., dairy, 

Bartsch Edwin, book-keeper. 

Bia^ney Charles, laborer. 

Black James, farmer, 8o a. 

BOCA BREWING COMPANY, 
W. M. Hesse, superintndt. 

BOCA ICE COMPANY, Alex. 
McIntosh, manager. 

BOCA MILL COMPANY, plan- 
ing and saw-mill and gen’l 
merchandise, Alex. McIn- 
tosh, manager, 8,728 acres. 

Bragg, Folsom & Co., saw- 
mill, camp 18. 

Bragg G., engineer. 

Bragg H. W., (Bragg, Fol- 
som & Co.) 

Brogan J. B., general mdse, 
Prosser Creek. 

BROWN J. A., agt C. P. R. 

R. and W. U. Tel. Co. 

Butler & Sullivan, frmrs, 75 
acres. 

Cairns H. J., laborer. 

Carpenter W., farmer, 800 a 

Carrington F. W., laborer. 

Church Alfonzo, laborer. 

Clark A. P., laborer. 

Connelly James, laborer. 

Coomer Geo., laborea'. 

DeBernardy J., laborer. 

Deckert John, laborer. 

Deysert David, laborer, 

Doan J. M., laborer, 310 a. 

Doan L. E., agt W. F. & 
Co., Boca Mill Co. and 
Boca Ice Co. 

Doan W., postmaster and 
notary public. 

Douglass Wm., clerk. 

Dunn H. G., laborer. 

Erickson Peter, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Felter Chas , laborer. 
Ferguson J D., laborer. 
FERGUSON R. P., Shingle 
Mill (camp 16), lumber, 
hay, grain, etc. 

Fisher Emil, clerk. 

Flynn M., sec. foreman C. 
P. R. R. 

Folsom G. N. (Bragg, Fol- 
som & Co.) 

Glass Wm.. teamster. 
Gleeson John, laborer. 

Held Henry, brewer. 
Howard W. B., teamster. 
Huber Hermann, dairy. 
Hurley Miss, teacher. 

Hyslop John, contractor. 
Hyslop Robert, laborer. 
Jarves Chas., teamster. 

Katz F., contractor. 

Kershner A., laborer. 
Kornmeier Joe., laborer. 
Krous M., laborer. 

Kuhl Phil., laborer. 

Lane Albert, teamster. 
Laninger P., book-kpr and 
clerk. 

Lewis Thomas, farmer. 

Lewis W. C., laborer. 

Logan J. M , laborer. • 
LOGAN J. V., Truckee River 
trout. 

Lord J. D. (Bragg, Folsom 
& Co.), res Sacramento. 
McCoy D., laborer. 

McDonald Jas., bdng house, 
and foreman Sutter Ice Co. 
McGrey Alex., laborer. 
McHenry James, blacksmith. 
McIntosh D. P., laborer. 


J Newman, Tinner, Plumber &. Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chteo. 


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308 EOC NEVADA COUNTY FRE 


McIntosh alex manager 
Boca Mill Co., and Boca 
Ice Co. 

McKinley James, laborer. 
McPheeters D., frmr, 240 a. 
Meier Aug., laborer. 
Meierhoper W., laborer. 
Moore Frank, teamster. 
O’Connell James, laborer. 
Ogilvie Joseph, laborer. 
O’Keef John, laborer. 

Parker S., laborer. 

Parks R. A., laborer. 

Powers John, laborer. 
Rechenimacher P'erd., labrer. 
Regar J. W., laborer. 
Roberts Thomas, frmr, 160 a. 
Saddler J. W., teamster. 
SCHAEFER LOUIS, Boc^ 
Hotel. 

Schiedler Joseph, engineer. 
Schiedler Joseph, Jr., laborer. 
Sheldon Albert, laborer. 
Smalley Wni., laborer. 

Steele B., laborer. 

Surholt Henry, laborer. 
THOMPSON CHAS., carpenter 
Walker Wm., contractor. 
Warren Levi, laborer. 
Wheeler W., laborer. 

Welsh Michael, laborer. 
Williams W. H., dairy. 
Zimmer A., laborer. 

Zittel William, laborer. 


Bronco, 

P. 0. A mining camp 93 miles east 
of Nevada City. 


Wycks A. M., general mdse, 
and farmer, 790 acres. 


French Corral, 

P. (). On the Marysville stage 
route, 18 miles northwest of Nevada 
City. 


HELL V. G., sup’t Milton 
Mining and Water Co. 
Bishop Mrs. John, widow. 
Bolton John, caipenter. 
Bradford Chas., miner. i 

Brown M. PL., miner. 

Buckley John, miner. | 

Bushnell & Co., min’g claims ! 
Cameron Smith, hostler. | 
Campbell J. B., miner. | 

Campbell P., frmr and stock j 
raiser, lo acres. 

Carmichael fames, bootmkr j 
Cohey PVancis, miner. j 

Cooley C., farmer 1 6o acres, r 
CORY J. E., blacksmith, 
horseshoer and genl work. 
Cruse John H., miner. 
HAHLBERG A. R., liquors, 
candy, cigars, etc. 

DARNEAL BROS., genl mdse 

Dart , farmer, 1 6o acres. 

Dart A., miner. 

Dauscher Erwin, blacksmith. 
Dauscher P., miner. 

Davis John, miner. 

De La Quettier , physi- 

cian. 

Dockum & Sampson, min’g 
claim. 

Doyle J., miner. 

Eckmann D. W., miner. 
Edwards M. R., blacksmith. 
Esperance Mining Co , V. G. 
Bell, sect’y. 

Evans E. D., miner, 164 a. 
Evans Gardner, watchmkr. 


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FRE NEVADA COUNTY ERE 309 


I Fenton VV. G., miner, 

.French Chas. D., miner. 
’French Corral Welchman 
{ Co,, J, B, Villian, agt. 
jF'rench H., miner. 
iFreschot , crardener. 

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German D. blacksmith 
Glaister W m. 

GRAVES G. H., toll-keei^er. 
Griffeth E., carpenter. 
Gorman James, miner. 

Grose H., miner. 

Harden John B., miner. 

Heath S. miner. 

Heath Steve, blacksmith, 
jHill William, miner, 
iHoiiman miner. 

! Howard James, farmer and 
j stock-raiser, 1 6o acres. 
Howard J. H., farmer. 
Kuhlman John, hotel. 

Lewis A. H., miner. 

Lewis L., miner. 

Lynch T., miner. 

Lynch J. M., miner. 

Maddon Mrs. A., widow. 
Madden James, miner. 
Madelain E., miner. 

Mahoney Thomas, miner. 
Malvesin E., bakery. 

Mardon John, miner. 

Mardon William, miner. 
Mardon William, teamster. 
Meville Richard, capitalist. 
Miller C, D., farmer, 8o a. 
Miller D. C., farmer, i6o a. 
Miller N. C., book-keeper. 
MILTON MINING & WATER 
COMPANY, V. G. Bell su- 
perintendent. 

Moulton J. B., miner. 
Moulton William, miner. 


Moynier P., farmer, i6o a. 
Nelson W. W,, miner. 
Pocomock Quartz Mining Co. 

W. Moulton, agent. 

Pollard Charles. 

I^ollard J. P., gardener. 
Pollard William, miner. 

Potter M. B. B., school tchr. 
Reader S., miner. 

Rosendale O, E., miner. 

Ryan George, miner. 
Salisbury H , farmer, 320 a, 
Seze Pascal carpenter. 

Shaffer George, frmr, 640 a. 
Skahen W, H., frmr & hotel. 
Smith Charles, hotel 160 a. 
j SMITH JACoR, miner. 

Stark William, miner. 

Stark T. J.. farmer, 80 acres, 
Starks William, miner, 
Sullivan Thomas, miner. 
Prevana N., blacksmith. 
Trevana Mrs, N , board and 
lodofin^. 

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Trezise Henry, miner. 

Trip Samuel, miner. 

Villain B., miner. 

Wiegand Charles, miner, 
Williams Con., miner. 
Williams P. M., miner. 
Williams John, miner. 
Williams Thomas, miner. 
Williams Thos. F., miner. 

Graniteville, 

(See Eureka South.) 

Alermaiii Peter, miner. 
Ancho Mine, J. L. Holland, 
agent. 

Ballard J. M., justice of peace 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico. 


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310 GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 


Berry T., miner. 

Birchville Mining Co., John 
Hibberts, agent. 

Bohanan M.,genl mdse. 

Botel Lanis, miner. 

Buck L. F. K., frmr, 160 a. 

Burr R. W., miner. 

Cannon & Garthe, quartz 
claim. 

Carden & Co., min’g claims. 

Catholic Church, F'ather 
Meagher^ Priest. 

CLINE JOHN T., ditch agent 
and prop’r Eureka Water 
Works on Eureka Lake 
and Yuba Canal Co. 

Cochran H , miner. 

Courtney & Co , min’g claims 

Cowles A. E., min’or claims. 

Creeden Pat, mining claims. 

Cubbertson Meiltan, miner. 

Cushman L. C., miner. 

Deboe Sam’l., miner. 

Dickerson W. R. (Young & 
Dickerson.) 

Dill H. D., farmer. 

Dillon Mining Co., W. R. 
Dickerson, agt. 

Dillon Richard, miner. 

Dow John, miner. 

Dufheld I. B., miner. 

Dundon H., miner. 

Dupier Prosper, farmer 

Dyer John, clerk at Boha- 
nan’s. 

Egan & Co., min’g claims. 

Egan John, saloon-kpr. 

Ellis G. A., saloon. 

Erie Mine, E. Tilley, agent. 

Ernest Peter, teamster. 

EUREKA WATER WORKS, 
John T. Cline, proprietor. 


Fairweather F. A., miner. 

Fairweather Thomas, miner. 

Pay R.. miner, 

Gaston Ridge Quartz Mining 
Co , M. Bohannon, sup’t 

Graniteville school house, N. 
White, teacher. 

Green A., miner. 

Grignier L., miner. 

Hamilton Robert, miner. 

Hartmann William, proprietr 
Eureka Brewery. 

Henderson Jacob, miner. 

Hertweck Joseph, saloon and 
bakery. 

Hogan John, miner. 

Houston Frank, miner. 

Hudson River Mining Co., 
A. W. Herring, agent. 

Hughes John, miner. 

Josselyn G. A., ditch tender 
on Milton Mining & Water 
Company. 

Johnson Chas. E., ditch ten- 
der with Eureka Lake Co. 

Jordon John, miner. 

Kampfer lohn, ditch tender 
on M. M. & W. Co. 

Keller John H., ditch tender 
on M. M. & W. Co. 

Liberty Mill and Mining Co., 
W. R. Dickerson, agent. 

Logan F., miner. 

Mallerns Hugo, ditch tender 
on North Bloomfield. 

Marion John, carpenter. 

Maunix B., miner. 

McCarty B., proprtor Eureka 
Hotel. 

Meyer John, miner. 

Millrick Dennis, ditch tender 
Lake ditch. 


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GRA 


NEVADA COUNTY. 


GRA 311 


Mitchell & Quinn, miners. 
Mohawk Mining Co., J. W. 
Robb agent. 

Norway Quartz Mining Co. 
Noya J. F., miner. 

O’Gara John, miner. 

Parrons A., miner. 

Parsons A. K., miner. 
POAGE E., ditch agent of M. 

M. & W. Co. 

Quinn M., miner. 

Republic Mill & Mining Co., 
T. Hinkley, agent. 

Robb J. \V., proprietor Union 
Hotel. 

Robbins Henry A., teamster 
and stock-raiser. 

Rohrig Gustave genl mdse 
and liquors. 

Rooker George O., miner & 
carpenter 

Russell Ravine Mining Co. 

J. VV. Robb, agent. 

Ryan Mrs. Anna. 

Ryan John, carpenter, 
Sacramento Mininor Co., C. 

Hansen, agent. 

Schultze Frederick, prop’r 
Eureka Market. 


Walter Thos., miner. 

YOUNG A DICKERSON, livery 
and feed stable. 

Young John H., Jr. (Young 
& Dickerson.) 

Young John H., Sr., carptr. 


G-rass Valley, 

P. 0. One of the largest and most 
important mining towns in the State. 
Situated in a little valley from which 
it derives its name, at an elevation of 
about 2,500 leet, it has a delightful 
climate, and fruit of delicate varie- 
ties are grown in the greatest abun- 
dance. A narrow-gauge railroad 
connects it with Colfax on the C. P. 
R R. thirteen miles distant; also 
; Nevada City, northwest four miles, 
i It has a population of about 6,500, 

I and its resources are exclusively 
I n ineral A number of quartz mills 
i are in operation in and about the 
town, all vielding handsomely to 
stockholders. The town is well 
built, many of the business houses 
are of brick, and the residences sur- 
rounded by beautiful flower gardens 
and shade trees, tend to make it an 
attractive and pleasant place. One 
newspaper, the Union, is published 
daily, and the Foothill Tidings 
weekly. 


Seilbert Jacob, ditch tender 
on M. M. & W. Co. 

Shand W. G., miner. 

Silver John, miner. 

Smith Frank, miner. 

Stacy James, miner. 

Star Mill Co., Geo. E. Tur- 
ner, agent. 

Tyler Geo., miner. 

Tyler Mrs. Inis, postmistress 
Vincent N., farmer iboacres 
Wall A. S., miner. 

Waller Thomas, miner. 


Abraham Mrs. E., widow, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Abraham E. R., miner, res 
Pacific. 

Adams W. H., farmer, i6oa 

Ahearn David, miner. 

Ahearn James, farmer, lot 
near Allison. 

Ahearn Wm., loc and house. 

Ahlgren Chas. G., miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Alaska Mining Co., M. Dods-' 
worth, siip’t. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Flumber &. Gas Fitter Cor Broadway & Third, Chico. 


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312 (;RA NhVADA 


Alderman R. S., frmr, 200 a. 

Aldersey Mrs. E., widow, 
res 126 Mill. 

Allen D. W., miner, res Alta 

Allen John, teamster, 24 
Main. 

Allen O., res Alta. 

Allen Robt , miner, Sebasta- 
pol. 

Allen Wm., miner, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Allison Ranch Mining Co., 
M. Ford agt. 

Allison Ranch, Phoenix, P. 
Hennessy, agent. 

Alls Well Mining Co., Thos. 
Hodge, agent. 30 acres. 

Alpha Gold Minii g Co., H. 
Phomas, trustee. 

Amburg farmer, 240 a. 

Andrew Mrs. E., widow, 122 
Mill. 

Andrew John, miner, res 
Auburn street. 

Andrew Wm. S., painter, res 
6 Auburn st. 

Andrews James, miner, res 
Chester. 

Andrews Joseph, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Andrews Thomas, miner, res 
I Pleasant. 

Angove John, miner, res 131 
. Main 

Angove Thomas R., miner, 
res Pleasant. 

Appleton E. E., refinery, res 
Washington. 

A timer P'rank, butcher, 63 
Main, res Nevada City. 

Austin A. M., mining engi- 
neer, res Washington. 


COUNTY. ('.R.\ 


Argali Alfred, miner, res 1 1 3 
Main. 

Argali Matthew, blacksmith, 
N. Y. Hill Mine, res 92 
Mill. 

Armstrong Mrs. M. J., dress- 
maker, Mill. 

Arner Lewis, Lot. 

Arthur Francis, blacksmith, 
Ophir Mine, res Scadden’s 
Flat. 

Aver James, miner. 

Aver John, miner. 

Avery P'. D., blacksmith, 34! 
Main, res Richardson. i 

Badger Mining Co., Peter 
Johnson, agent. 

BAMIJEKGER BROS., dry 
goods and carpets, i6 Mill. 

Bamberger F'red. (Bamber- 
ger Bros ), res Church. 

Bamberger Julius (Bamber- 
ger Bros.), res Mill. 

Barber James, farmer, i6o a. 

Bareman W., miner. 

Barger W. miner, res 
North Church. 

Barker Chas., gardener and 
and orchardist, 292 acres, 
cor Henderson and Colfax 
Avenue. 

Barker David M., frmr, 587 
acres. 

Barnes W. A., farmer, 120 a. 

Barrett E., far^mer, 320 acres. 

Barrete A. E., liquors, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Barrett Richard W., miner, 
res Hill's Flat. 

Barry John, millman. 

Barry Thos., miner, Union 
Hill Road. 


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GRA ‘NEVADA 


Barry William, miner, Colfax 
Road. 

Bartel Wm., miner, res Ber- 
wiltt. 

Bastian Richard, miner, res 
Neal. 

Batten Joseph, miner, res 
Race. 

Bavarian Mining Co., J. F. 
Schulthers, agent. 

Boys W., farmer, i6o acres. 

Beagleholl Wm., miner. Mass 
Hill. 

Beatty Frank G., insurance 
agent, 88 Main, res corner 
Neal and School. 

Beay Harmon, mining claim, 
Ma<^nolia. 

Beckett J. F., violinist, res 
2 2 Church. 

Bee William, miner, res 39 
Main. 

Beezley Silas, fruit grower, 
res Alta. 

BEHRISCH CHAS., liquors, 
Boston Ravine. 

Belderback D., frmr, 120 a. 

Bellivault O., farmer, 219 a. 

Benkoffer John, res 128 Main. 

Bennallack James, foreman 
Ophir Mine, res Ophir. 

Bennallack Joseph, min’g en- 
gineer, res Boston Ravine. 

Benndorf Chas., boot-maker, 
Boston Ravine. 

Bennett J., miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Bennett Wm. A. T., miner, 
res Bennett. 

Benson W. H., prop’r Ben- 
son House and feed stable, 
144 Main. 


COUNTY. GRA 313 


Berriman N., engineer, res 
Pacific. 

Berroit S., farmer, 120 acres. 

Berryman Nichols, machinist, 
res Winchester Hill. 

Berryman Robt., farmer, 138 
acres. 

Berryman Wm. H., miner. 
Main. 

Best John, bootmaker, 58^ 
Main, res Race. 

Best Samuel, bootmaker, res 
Race. 

BestWm., miner, res Race. 

Bethell Samuel, civil engi- 
neer and surveyor, res 
Loyd. 

Bettis Wm., carpenter, res 
7 Richardson. 

BEVERTON SAMUEL, hard 
ware, 40 Mill, res cor 
Neal and School. 

Beverton S. G., frmr, 80 a, 
and lime kiln. 

Bickford Ben., 80 a, quartz 
claim and lime kiln. 

Biggs Elim, schl tchr, Colfax 
ave. 

Biggs W. M,, gardener, res 
Colfax ave. 

Biglow Wm., miner, Boston 
Ravine. 

Bingham Geo., miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Bingham John, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

BINKELMANN DAVID, prop’r 
Grass Valley Brewery, 12 
Auburn st. 

Bird W. R., schl tchr, res 
Auburn st. 

Bishop James, frmr, 120 a. 


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GRA NEVADA COUNTY GRA 


Bishop Thos., miner, cor 
Colfax ave and Henderson 

Black E. W., oprW. U. Tel. 
Co., 85 Main, res Church. 

Blackford Mrs. M. widow, 
res Neal. 

Blackford Miss S. M., ladies’ 
hair dresser, Neal. 

Blodgett Silas, frmr, 160 a. 

Blue Gravel Mining Co., W. 
H. Jennings, agt. 

Blundell L. J , teamster, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Boesch Edmund, watchmkr, 
res Main. 

Bonivert Joseph P., boiler* 
maker, res Main. 

Boos John G., butcher, res 
Church. 

Bosworth S. D., dep. post- 
master, res 100 Mill. 

Boutine Henry, frmr, 40 a. 

Bovey Wm., miner, res 
W ashington. 

BOWDEN WM. K miner, res 
cor Mill and Walsh. 

Boynton John C., schl tchr, 
res Winchester Hill. 

Bradfield Ben., miner. 

BRADY A. Bo, mining and 
insurance agent, 90 Main, 
res Neal. 

Branch Mrs., widow, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Branch Mint Mining Co., J. 
T. Schulthers. agt. 

Braslyn Dennis, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Bray Phillip, miner, res Pine. 

Bree John, farmer, 766 ? 

Bree Wm., frmr, 640 a, and 
water ditch. 


Bremer Louis, cabinet maker, 
res High. 

Bridges H. W., dentist, 58 
Mill, res Church, 

Brien J. W. & Co., farmers, 
240 acres. 

Briggs Mrs. B. M., widow, 
res 18 School. 

Brock Patrick, miner, res 
Pleasant. 

Brockington A., miner. 

Brockington E., millman. 

Brockington Mrs. M., widow, 
res Race. 

Brockington William., miner, 
res Race. 

Brophy John, machinist. 

Brough James, res Winches- 
ter Hill. 

Brough Walter, moulder. 

Brown Perley, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Brown I., farmer, 80 acres. 

Brown Wm. W., miner, res 
Auburn street. 

Bruneman Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res Church. 

Brunstetter P., lumber and 
planing mill, 25 Main, res 
31 Main. 

Brunton Mrs. A., widow, res 
Richardson. 

Bryan Powattan, frmr, 360 a. 

Bryde John, baker, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Buchannan James, miner. 

Buckett Mrs. M. A., widow, 
res Race. 

Buckett Thomas, miner, res 
40 Auburn st. 

Buckett William, miner, res 
Henderson. 


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GRA NEVADA 


Buddie Joseph, miner, Rhode 
Island Ravine. 

Bueler Adolph, music teachr, 
res 138 Main. 

Bullion Con. Mining Co., M. 
Dodsworth, superintendnt. 

Bunner Alex., miner, res Col- 
fax av. 

Burke James, miner, res Au- 
burn St. 

Burnie A., sewing machines 
and tailoring, 75 Main, res 
Loyd. 

BURROWS A., attorney at law 
corner Main and Church, 
res High. 

Bush H. J., miner, 26 Main. 

Bush Mrs. Jane, widow, 26 
Main. 

Buzza Jos., miner, res Maiden 
Lane. 

BYRNE & CO., livery stable, 
94 Main. 

Byrne James, laborer, res 
Union Hill Road. 

Byrne Michael, Jr,, (Byrne & 
Co.), res cor Loyd & Neal. 

Byrne M. Sr, res 48 Church. 

Byrne Wm. D., miner, res 
Union Hill Road. 

Cadden John, miner, res Au- 
burn St. 

Cadden Peter, miner, Col- 
fax road. 

Caddy Richard (Pearce & 
Caddy), res Main. 

Caldwell R. E., laborer, res 
25 Richardson. 

Callaghan John W., tinsmith, 
res 30 Main. 

Callaghan Patrick, laborer, 
res 30 Main. 


COUNTY. GRA 315 


Campbell James M., black- 
smith, 77 Mill, res 73 do. 

Campbell J. H., farmer, 320 a. 

Campbell Wm., groceries, 
Boston Ravine. 

Care T. J., (Michell & Care), 
res Washington. 

Carlyon William, miner, res 
Washington. 

Carnsew William, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Carnsew William, miner, res 
1 18 Main. 

Carpenter Wm., carpenter, 
res Bennett. 

Carr E., school teacher, res 
High. 

Carr L. M., millwright, res 12 
Richardson. 

Carson Geo., harness maker, 
3 1 Mill, res Townsend, 

Carson Geo, R., harness mkr, 
res Townsend, 

Carter Francis E,, miner, res 
Bennett, 

Carter John, blacksmith. 

Carter John E,, miner res 6 
Richardson, 

Caruana F, J., miner, res Ben- 
nett ave, 

Cassidv Gold Mine, Ophir 
Hill,' 

Catron William M,, miner, 
res 9 Auburn st, 

Cavanaugh Mrs, L, 

Centennial Mine, John Treu- 
berth, superintendent. 

Champion Emanuel, liquors, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Champion Henry, miner, res 
Pine, 

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Champion James, county sur- 
veyor and foreman N. Y. 
Mine, res 7 Auburn street. 

Champion Rectification Min- 
ing Co. 

Chanoweth Samuel, miner, 
res Bennett. 

Charles E. W., surgeon, cor 
Church and Main, res Ne- 
vada City. 

Chesneau Francis, watchman 
Eureka Mine, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Chrisholm A., farmer, 80 a. 

Christopher James, miner. 

Christopher Samuel, miner, 
res Alta. 

Chubonel A., miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Clausen Cornelius, tinner, res 
Auburn street. 

Clark Frank, liqrs, 77 Main. 

Clark George, carpenter, res 
Colfax ave. 

Clark John, farmer, 160 a. 

Clemo Mrs. E., widow, res 2 
Auburn st. 

Cleveland Mrs. Frank, res 
Bennett. 

Climax Mining Co., J. F. 
Schulthers, agt. 

Clinch Chas., clerk, res 
Church. 

Clinch Mrs. E., dressmaking, 
res 20 Church. 

Cloka Thos., miner, res 
School. 

Clough J. C., frmr, 155 a, 
and water ditch. 

Coad James, miner, res Pa- 
cific. 

Cock Nie, millman. 


Cocking Stephen, miner. 

Coe Wm. A., moulder. 

Coffilin D., miner, res High. 1 

Cohn Harry, clerk, res Au- 
burn St. 

Cohn Marcus, res 28 Au- 
burn St. 

Colbert John, laborer, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Coleman John C. (Mohawk 
Lumber Co.), mine owner, 
res 54 Church. 

COLEMAN EDWARD (Mo 
hawk Lumber Co.), Idaho 
Quartz Mining Co., res 
School 

Coleman Wm., res 7 School 

Collins John, liquors, 66 
Mill. 

Collins John S , miner, res 
Bennett. 

Collins Daniel, county asses- 
sor, res Chapel. 

Colvin Benj. P'., irrigation 
ditch. 

Colyer J. H., miner. 

Combe August, frmr, 280 a. 

Compton A. G., printer, res 
Neal. . 

Conaway C., real estate, res 
Auburn st. 

Conaway J. C. (J. C. Con- 
away & Bro.), res Au- 
burn st. 

Conaway J. C. & Bro., lum- 
ber, Auburn st. 

Conlin Frank, miner, res 114 
Mill. 

Connelly Phillip, miner. 

Connelly Thos., miner, res 
Scadden’s Flat. I 

Conners J., miner. j 


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Connor John, miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Conroy John, miner, res 
Chapel. 

Constantine Joseph, miner, 
res Boston Ravine. 

Constable Wm., res Mill. 

Cooley Mrs. C., i6o acres. 

Cooley T. R., painter, 75 
Mill. 

COOMBS J. L., physician and 
surgeon, 81 Main, res 
Bean. 

Coombs Wm., miner, res i 
Mill. 

Cooper Arthur (Cooper & 
Co.), 20 acres, res Hi.Ts 
Flat. 

COOPER & CO., Reduction 
Works, Hill’s Flat. 

Cornish John S., miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Cornelius Martin, res Au- 
burn St. 

Corv^in Wm. F., miner, res 
1 1 School. 

Costa Rica Gravel Mining 
Co., W.G. Schofield, Sup’t 

Cota Mitchell, farmer, 160 a. 

Coughlin D , miner. 

Coulton James, miner. 

Coulton John, frmr, 160 a, 

CracklinThos., miner, res 124 
Mill. 

Crandall G. S. L. and Copper 
Mining Company. 

Crants Chas., miner, residence 
Washington. 

Crase Thos., miner, res Race 

Craz Edward, miner, res Alta 

Craze Wm., miner, res Bos 
ton Ravine. 


Creller E. C., amalgamator. 

Crocker F. O., printer. Main 
and Mill, res Richardson. 

Crocker J. R., blacksmith and 
wgn mkr, 61 Mill, res 29 
Richardson. 

Cross E. W., ditchman. 

Crowell C. H , school tchr, 
res School. 

Crowley B., frmr, 160 a. 

Crowley Mrs. M., widow. 

Crowley Michael, miner, res 
Scadd^n’s Flat. 

Cryer Robert, Iqrs, 24 Mill, 
res Wood, 

Cundy William, miner, res 
Washington. 

Cunningham Geo., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Cunningham John A., miner, 
res Bean. 

Curno Thomas, miner, res 
Chester 

Curry John E., miner, res 
Race. 

Curtis Richard, miner, res 
Dalton. 

Dabb James, miner, res Gold 
Hill. 

Dabb Richard, miner. 

Dahl Henry, miner. 

Dalton Rev. Thos. J., clergy- 
man (Catholic.) 

I)ALY PATRICK, proprietor 
Brighton House, Massa- 
chusetts Hill. 

Dannals Mrs. B., frmr, 27 a. 

Davenport W. J. (Pascoe & 
Davenport), res Main. 

Davey Henry, miner, res 90 
Mill. 

Davis Charles, millman. 


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Davis Mrs. E. E., ladies hair 
dresser, Neal, bet. Church 
and Mill. 

Davis Geo., miner, res Mill. 

Davis Henry, Justice of the 
Peace^ cor Main & Church, 
res Church 

Davy Charles, miner, res 
Washington, 

Davy James, miner. 

Daws & Gilbert, Iqrs, 64 Main 

Daws John, miner, res Scad- 
den’s Flat. 

Daws Silas, miner, res Colfax 
avenue. 

Daws Wm, (Daws & Gil- 
bert), res Wisconsin Hotel. 

Days Woolbertoon, frmr, 200 
acres. 

Deacon Geo., peddler, res 
Bennett, 

Deamer W. E., soda factory, 
cor School and Richardson, 
res Bean. 

Dedman D., frmr, 160 a. 

Deeble Daniel, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

Deeble S., miner, Boston 
Ravine. 

Deeble Sampson, miner. 

Deeble Samuel, miner. 

Deer Creek Mining Co., A. 
B. Dibble, agt. 

De Golia J. W,, 400 acres, 
and steam saw mill. 

Denning John, nightwatch- 
man, res Winchester Hill. 

Dennis Samuel, miner. 

Deppeler J. J., farmer, 266 a 

Dinan Jerry, miner. 

Desmond Michael, miner, res 
Cincinnati. 


DIBBLE A. B., atty at-law. 
Exchange Hotel bdg, res 
School. 

Dick Edward, carpenter, res 
Wood. 

Dickinson L., frmr, 160 a. 

Dille A. H., carpenter, res 
Kate Hayes Hill. 

Dille S. H., carpenter, res 65 
Auburn st. 

DOBSON A., physician, res 
21 Church. 

Dodge Josiah, frmr, 290 a. 

Donovan Daniel, miner, Mass 
Hill. 

Dorsey J. J., collector City 
Water Works, 90 Main, 
res 1 19 Main, 

Dorsey S. P., agt W. F. & 
Co., 89 Main, res Church. 

Douglass Wm., miner. 

Dow Mrs. L., widow, 1 30 
Main. 

Doyle Thomas, frmr, 40 a, 
and mining claim. 

Drew Wm., miner, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Dryden Mrs. C., widow, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Drysdale Alex., laborer, res 
Church. 

Ducoty A,, farmer, 1 30 acres 

Ducotey Joe, farmer, 80 a. 

Ducoty N., millman. 

Dunkley Thos., mining engi- 
neer, res Boston Ravine, 

Dunstan Samuel, engineer, • 
res Idaho Mine. ^ 

Dunstan S. R., clerk, res j 
Main 

Dunster Joseph, miner, res 
Rhode Island Ravine, 


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Diinster R. R., engineer. 

Dunston Richard H., miner, 
res Alta. 

Dunston Wm., miner, Chapel 

Dunton Frank, miner, res 
Maiden Lane 

Ejurbin Leon, miner, res 
Hills Flat. 

Duvall C. T., miner, Town- 
send. 

Eachus Sam’l A., laborer, res 
24 School. 

Eames E., farmer, 120 acres. 

Earle James A., miner, res 
Neal. 

Earle Thos., miner, res Neal 

Early James D., miner, 28 
Church. 

Eaton Benj., frmr, 80 a. 

East Eureka Mining Co., L. 
K. Underwood, agent. 

Eddy Mrs. G., widow, res 
Bennett. 

Eddy James H., miner, res 
Chapel. 

Eddy Richard, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Eddy Richard, miner, res 
Dalton. 

Eddy W. C., miner, res 35 
Main. 

Eddy W. C W., miner, res 
Main. 

Eddy Wm., miner, res Ben- 
nett, 

Edwards J., miner. 

Edwards James J., miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Edwards James W., miner, 
res 128 Mill. 

Edwards Mrs. Jane, widow, 
res Richardson. 


Edwards J. K., engineer, res 
Pleasant. 

Edwards Mrs. J. K„ widow, 
res 128 Mill. 

Edwards Joseph, miner, res 
106 Mill 

Edwards Wm, J., broom mkr, 
res Richardson. 

Eggert H. C. barber, 5 Mill. 

Eichel P., boot mkr, 86 Mill 

Elden Robert, frmr, 160 a. 

Elliott Thos. E, paper hngr, 
res School. 

Ellis Geo., miner, res cor 
Neal and Townsend. 

Ellis John R., miner, res 
Auburn street. 

Ellis Wm., clerk, res Benson 
House. 

Empire Ditch Co , Stone & 
Griffith 

Empire Mining Co., 680 a, 
D. Watt, Sup’t. 

English P., blksmith. Auburn 
street. 

Errengton Arthur, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

Eslick John, miner, res Mass 
Hill. 

Etchins Edwin, miner, res 
1 1 8 Main. 

Eudey Henry, frmr, 80 a. 

Evrett J. A., carpenter, res 
67 Auburn street. 

Ever J. H., miner, res 45 
Church. 

Ever Mrs. S., widow, res 45 
Church. 

Fachs Henry, frmr, 400 a. 

Fahey M., frmr, 160 a. 

Fahey Quartz Mine, M. Ford, 
agent. 


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320 GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 


Fair James, carpenter, res 
Maiden Lane. 

Fargusson J. D., carpet 
weaver, res School. 

Farrell John H., miner, res 
Auburn street. 

Farrell Owen, res 4th and 
Richardson. 

Fassett Richard, miner, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Fattebert Chas., liquors, 62 
Main. 

Fatterhert Louis, frmr, 320 a 

Faucett Richard, miner. 

Faulkner James, frmr, 120 a. 

Faucett Alex, miner. 

Fenn John, bootmkr. Church. 

Ferguson James, miner, res 
Mill, 

Ferguson J. W., Ibr, res 6 
Washinorton. 

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Ferrell & Harris, clothing, 52 
Mill, 

Ferrell J. (Ferrell & Harris), 
res 52 Mill. 

Fidick James, machinist, res 
Kate Hayes Hill. 

Fielding Thos., liquors, 82 
Mill. 

Findley James, miner. 

Finley James, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Finnie Robert, groceries, 3 
Mill, res Bean. 

Finnie W. F., clerk,- res 
Bean. 

Firnung Ferdinand, barkpr, 
res cor Auburn and Rich- 
ardson. 

riSHER E. E., watchmaker 
and jeweler, 18 Mill, res 
Exchange Hotel. 


Fisher John C., miner, res 
Winchester. 

FISHER SAMUEL, stoves, 
tinware and tinsmith, 58 
Mill, res 24 Auburn st. 

Fitzgerald David, miner. 

Fitzgerald M. R., miner. 

Fitzsimmons J., laborer, res 
Main. 

Flagg James H., frmr, 120 a 

Flanders J. J., carpenter, res 
Bennett ave. 

Fletcher Geo., sect’y N. C. 
N. G. R. R.^ 59 Main, res 
123 Main. 

Fletcher Wm., miner. 

Fogerty B , laundry. Mill. 

Foley J. M., mining claims. 
Grass Valley. 

FOOTHILL WEEKLY TID- 
INGS, S. G. Lewis, prop’r, 
cor Church and Neal. 

Ford John, miner, res Boston 
Ravine. 

FORD & JUDD, groceries, 
Boston Ravine. 

Ford Martin (Ford & Judd), 
res Boston Ravine. 

Ford Robt., miner, res Alta. 

Ford Walter, miner, res Em- 
pire. 

Foster A. J., paints and oils, 
pictures, frames, etc., 1 3 
Mill, res School. 

Fowler J. L., farmer, 40 a. 

Fox Henry, clerk, res Rich- 
ardson. 

Francis John B., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

FRANK JOHN, bakery and 
brewery, 52 Main. 

Frank John, farmer, 160 a. 


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Fredenburr J, G., millwright, 
res School. 

Freeman E., bakery, io6 
Main. 

FRITZ CHAS., prop’r Cal. 
Brewery, cor Auburn and 
Richardson. 

Friend J. A., res Townsend. 

Fry John, miner, res Gold 
Hill. 

Frye H. H., photographer, oj 
Mill. 

Fryer Noble Metal Mining 
Company. 

Fryer R. M., frmr, 300 a, 
race course. 

Fuchs Henry, clerk, res Rich- 
ardson. 

Fuller P. J., frmr, 690 a. 

Galena Mine. 

Gall A., engineer. 

Gall H., miner. 

Gallagher James, miner. 

Gallagher Michael, miner. 

Garvey Miss J., dressmaker. 
Church. 

Gassaway J. E., frmr, 1 20 a, 
and mining claims. 

Gauther A., Iqrs, cor Mill 
and Neal, res near Eureka 
Mine. 

Gautier J. W., prop’r English 
Toll Bridge. 

GEORGE THOS., bus line, of- 
fice Exchange Hotel, U.S. 
mail and express, orders 
left at hotel for any train, 
res 15 Main. 

GEORGE WM., genl mdse and 
insurance agt, cor Neal 
and Auburn streets. 

George W. J., Iqrs, 50 Main. 


Gibble John, miner. 

Gilbert E. C., capitalist, res 7 
Church, 

Gilbert John, carpenter, 

Gilbert Joseph (Daws& Gil- 
bert), res Auburn street. 

Gill Geo., blacksmith. 

Gill J. C,, gunsmith, 80 Mill. 

Gill John, miner. 

Gill Wm. Jr,, miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Gill Wm, Sr., miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Gillies D., painter, 2 3 Church, 
res Benson House- 

Glass John, tailor, 49 Main. 

Glasson Jas., miner, res Race. 

Glasson John, clerk, res Au- 
burn st. 

Glasson Joseph, blacksmith, 
res Winchester Hill. 

Glise Nathaniel, farmer, 120 
acres. 

Glise Walter, farmer, 378 a. 

Gluyas James B., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Gluyas J. L., miner, res Eu- 
reka Elat. 

Gluyas R., miner, res 90 Mill. 

Gober Rev. W. R., clergy- 
man (Methodist), res 46 
Church. 

Godfrey Gravel Mine, John 
S. Godfrey, superintendent. 

Coin John, miner, res 120 
Mill. 

Gold Hill Mining Co., J. M. 
Lakenan, agent 

Golden Gate Mining Co., 
Thos, Payzer, superintdnt. 

Goldman S., watchmaker, 4 
Mill, res 142 Main. 


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Goldsworthy J. W., miner, 
res Idaho Mine. 

Goldsworthy Richard, miner, 
res Idaho Mine. 

Granfell John B., miner, res 
Bennett. 

Granger Samuel (Granger & 
Watt), res Main. 

GRANGER & WATT, grocer- 
ies and liquors, 80 Main. 

Granholm Victor, miner. 

GRASS VALLEY DAILY 
UNION, Chas. H. Mitchell, 
proprietor, cor Main and 
Mill. 

Grass Valley Gas Light Co., 
A. A. Mulloy, superintndt, 
67 Main. 

Grass Valley Mining Co., S. 
Granger, agent, N. Y. Hill. 

Grass Valley Mining Co., 
Thos. Crase, agent. 

Grass Valley Water Com’y, 
Geo. A. Cooper, agent. 

Graves Mrs. Eliza, OphirHill. 

Greany Mrs. B., widow, res 
84 Mill. 

Greany John, miner, res 84 
Mill. 

Green James B., laborer, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Green Mountain Mining Co., 
Wm. Biggs, president. 

Green Statlord, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Grenville John, miner. 

Gribble J. B., miner, res 
Washington. 

Gribble John, miner. Gold Hill 

Gribble John M., miner. 

Gribble Mrs. S., widow, 41 
Main. 

Griffin Jeremiah, miner, res 
66 Church. 

Griffith Jos., farmer, 8o a. 

Griffiths Joseph W., miner, 
res Boston Ravine. 

Griffiths Thomas (Stone & 
Griffiths), res Pacific. 

Grimshaw Henry, res Colfax 
ave. 

Gruezzenmacher Augusc, gar- 
dener, res Church. 

Grymes G. A., clerk, res 
Main. 

Gumm John, laborer, res Win- 
chester. 

Gummo Richard, blacksmith, 
res Winchester. 

Gundry Henry, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Gundry W., miner. 

Haas I., clerk, res Auburn st. 

Halermiller Henry, teamster, 
res Bennett. 

Hales Joseph, miner. 

Hall N. C., miner, Colfax 
Road. 

Hall Patrick, laborer, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Hall T., miner. 

Hallet James, laborer, res 
Gold Hill. 

Halphine Eli, merchandise. 

Halsall Thos., miner, res 29 
Church. 

HAMILTON H., proprietor of 
Hamilton Hall, miner, res 
30 Church. 

Hamilton John F'., laborer, 
res Henderson. 

Hamilton William, stage pro- 
prietor, res 54 Auburn st. 

Hammill James, miner. 


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Hammill John, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Hammill Thosi, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Hammill Wm., miner, res 
Bennett. 

HANCOCK W. C., boot maker, 
44 Main, 

Handy S. W., miner. 

Handy W. D., frmr, i6o a. 

Hanlin Michael, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Hanson Carl, brick mason, 
res Washington. 

Hanssen Henry, miner, res 
Eureka Flat. 

Harland Thos., miner. 

Harrigan James, farmer, i6o 
acres. 

Harrington Caleb, brickma- 
son, res Boston Ravine. 

Harris Henry, miner, res 
Alta. 

Harris Henry, miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Harris James, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

HARRIS JAMES D., black- 
smith, 29 Mill, res Boston 
Ravine. 

Harrish John, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

HARRIS JOHN D miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Harris Samuel C., miner, res 
Bennett ave. 

Harris S. M., physician. Mill, 
res School. 

Harris W. D. (Ferrill & 
Harris), res Walsh. 

Harris Wm., miner, res 120 
Mill. 


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Harrison Jack, barber, 84 
Main. 

Harrison O. F., carpenter, 
res Alta. 

Harry Joseph, miner, res 
Chester. 

Harry R. A., miner, res Au- 
burn St. 

Harry Robt. J., miner, res 
Henderson. 

Hartery Mine, A. B. Brady 
agent. 

Harvey William, farmer, 360 
acres. 

HASTINGS JOHN, frmr, 560 
a, 5 m SE of Grass Valley. 

Hattam Joseph, blacksmith, 
res 1 1 7 Main. 

Haven A., farmer, 80 acres. 

Hawkins Patk., miner. 

Hayes Mrs. Elizabeth, 160 a 

Hearsch J. B., book-kpr, bds 
Wisconsin Hotel. 

Helfrich C. E, bar-kpr, 81 
Main, res 26 School. 

Henderson Alex., miner, res 
Race, 240 acres. 

Henderson J. H., boots and 
shoes, 82 Main. 

Henderson Warren, miner. 

Hennessy P., general mdse, 
Allison’s Ranch. 

Henwood Chas., miner, res 
66 Auburn st. 

Henwood John, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Henwood Samuel, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Heyder Wm., groceries, cor 
Main and Bennett 

Heyman Jacob, dry goods, 
36 Mill, res Auburn st. 


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Hey wood E. W., baggage- 
master N. C. N. G. R. R., 
res Mill. 

Hicks H„ miner. 

Higgins M. J., farmer, So a. 

Higgins Wm., miner. 

Highland Tunnel Co., VVm. 
Berry, agent. 

HILL C. IL, fruit grower and 
agent Dr Ball & Co’s Eye 
Cups, res 50 Auburn st. 

Hill G. W., mining secretary, 
res Neal. 

Hill Silas, res cor Walsh and 
Pleasant. 

Hill William, res cor Wash- 
ington and Pleasant. 

Hill William H., res Bennett 
ave. 

Hirshberg S., clerk. 79 Main, 
res Auburn st. 

Hitchens Edwin, miner. 

Hudson Wm. A., blacksmith. 

Hudson Wm. G., engineer, 
Idaho Mine, res Main. 

Hughes Mrs. E., widow, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Hughes T. L., frmr, 200 a. 

HuguninJ. W., carpenter, res 
Walsh. 

Hugunin W., miner, res 
Walsh. 

Hume P. R., carpenter, res 
Pleasant. 

Hurley Jeremiah, miner, res 
Eureka Flat. 

Hurley & Riley, frmr, 160 
acres, and water ditch. 

Huss Frank, carpenter, res 
Main. 

Hutchinson Mrs. F., widow, 
Walsh. 


Hyman Bros., clothing, cor 
Mill and Main. 

Hyman M. (Hyman Bros.) 
res Exchange Hotel. 

Hobby J. S., miner, res Main. 

Hobby Wm., Western Ho- 
tel, 28 Main. 

Hocking Edmund, miner, res 
1 12 Mill. 

Hocking Thos., miner, res 
Scadden’s Plat. 

Hodge John, miner res Walsh 

HODGE THOS., (Thos. Hodge 
& Co.) res 83 Mill. 

HODGE THOMAS & CO., City 
Brewery, 85 Mill. 

Hodge Samuel, Jr., laborer, 
res 83 Mill. 

Hodge- Samuel, Sr., res 83 
Mill. 

Hodges Jacob, carpenter. 

HOLBROOKE D. P., liquors, 
82 Main, res Church and 
Main. 

Holden J. E., clerk, res cor 
Church and Main. 

Hollow William, miner, res 
Main. 

Holman Chris., miner. 

Holman W,, millman. 

Holzenbecker Mrs., 160 a. 

Homeward Bound Mine, 
Dodsworth, sup’t. 

Hooper Wm., miner. 

Hood Thomas, stone mason, 
res Washington. 

Hooper Henry, miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Hooper James, miner, res 
Walsh. 

Hooper Richard, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 


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Hooper Samuel, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Hooper Thos., miner. 

Hooper Thos. E., miner, res 
Bennett. 

Hooper Thos. H., miner. 
Empire. 

Horan James N., carpenter, 
res 109 Main. 

Horan John L., printer, Main 
and Mill, res Main. 

Horan M., millman. 

Horan Mrs. Mary, widow, 
109 Main. 

Hosken Thos. H., carpenter 

Hosken Mrs. VVm., widow, 
res Auburn st. 

Hoskin John, miner, res 
School. 

Hosking- James, miner, res 
Chester. 

Hosking John, blacksmith. 

Hosking John, miner, res 
Chester. 

Hosking J., miner. 

Hoskings James, miner. 

Hoskins Wm., miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Howe Mrs. C., laundry, 63 
Mill. 

Howe Geo. S., varieties, 28 
Mill, res Walsh. 

Howe Christopher, res 63 
Mill. 

Howard Hill Gold Mining 
Co , M. C. Taylor, agent. 

Howell James, machinist, res 
Nev. Road. 

Hoyne Michael, res Neal. 

Idaho Mining Co., 120 acres, 
E. Coleman, sup’t, as- 
sessed $377,500. 


Independent Gold and Gravel 
Mining Co., F. G. Beatty, 
agent. 

Irish- American Quartz Min- 
ing Co., M. Ford, agent. 

Irving Robert, stone mason, 
res Washington. 

Ismert Mrs. E., 160 acres. 

James Edward, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

James Edwin, liquors, depot, 
res Bennett. 

James James, engineer. 

James James G., miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

James John, miner, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

James John W., miner, Cin- 
cinnati Flill. 

James W. H., house and lot 
on Daisey Hill. 

Jautums Jas. F., frmr, 120 a. 

Jeffrey Robert, liquors, 94 
Main, res Richardson. 

Jenkin James, miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Jenin Thos , miner, res Hen- 
derson. 

Jenkins G. W., blacksmith, 
res Mill. 

Jenkins Harry, miner, res 
Chester. 

Jenkins James, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Jenkins John, frmr, 160 acres 

Jenkins John H., miner, res 
Chapel. 

Jenkins John W., miner, res 
Pleasant. 

Jenkins Simon, miner, res 
1 1 8 Main. 

Jennings Richard, miner. 


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Johns Mrs. J., milliner and 
dry goods, 56 Mill, res 
Church. 

Johns James T., miner, res 
1 7 Richardson. 

Johns Robert, blacksmith 
Mill, res 26 Church. 

Johns Sam, miner. 

Johnson B., furniture, 92 
Main, res Church. 

Johnson Geo. A., frmr, 160 a 

Johnson J. G., barber, 72 
Main. 

Johnson John, engineer, res 
Church. 

Johnson John H., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Johnston H. B.^ clerk, res 10 
Auburn street. 

Johnston J., miner. 

Johnston John, grocery, ii 
Mill, res Neal. 

JOHNSTON PETER, hard 
■ware, iron, steel, crockery, 
&c., 14 Mill, residence 10 
Auburn street. 

Jones Edward, ranch. 

Jones Frank, miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Jones Fred., miner, res Mill. 

Jones John G., mining claims 

Jones Robert, miner. 

Jones Samuel, miner. 

Jones W. C., physician, 26 
Auburn street. 

Josselyn H. C., carpenter, res 
127 Main. 

Joyce P. C., miner. 

Judd James F. (Ford & 
Judd), res Boston Ravine. 

Kalsicher Nathan, clerk, res 
Auburn street. 


Kearney Frank, frmr, 200 a. 

Keathley Jame S., Ibr, res 
cor Wood and Smith. 

Keck J., frmr, 169 a. 

Keefe T., miner. 

Kelley Peter, miner. 

Kelly Joseph, miner, res Ben- 
nett avenue. 

Kelly Matthew, miner, res 
Race. 

Kelly Richard, miner, res 
Neal. 

Kelly Peter, miner, res Scad- 
den’s Flat. 

Kemp Robert, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Kemp William^ miner, res 
Washington. 

Kendall R. A , painter, Mill. 

Kendrick Collin, frmr, 40 a. 

Kennan Patrick, miner, res 
cor Auburn & Richardson. 

Kenney J. P., miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Kent Ed., engineer 

Kentucky Gold Mining Co., 
Geo. Fletcher, agent. 

Kewley John, miner. 

Key Wm., miner, res Boston 
Ravine. 

KIDDER J. F., Sup’t N. C. 
N, G. R. R., res Bennett. 

Kirby C. K., miner res 121 ' 
Main. 

Kirby E. B., miner, res 121 
Main. 

King Benjamin, Ibf , res Hill’s 
Flat. 

King G. C., mine owner. 

Kinsman Alfred, miner, res i 
Pacific. 

Kinsman Joel, miner. 


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Kinsman John, miner, res 
1104 Mill. 

Kitto Mrs. Alice, widow, res 
Bennett. 

Kitto John, farmer, i20 a. 

Kitto Wm. 11 ., miner, res 
Washington. 

Kitts Chas. W., attorney at 
law and notary public, Ex 
change Hotel building, res 
cor Church and Neal. 

Kleine Chas., carpenter, res 
2 Wood. 

Kleine Oscar, clrk, res Wood 

Kneebone John, engineer, res 
Richardson. 

Kneebone Wm., blacksmith, 
res Idaho Mine. 

Knight Peter, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

Kohler Wm., bakery, Neal, 
res 27 Church. 

Kowalski Isaac B,, salesman, 
res Nevada City. 

Kress George, farmer, i6oa. 

Kruse II., miner. Union Hill 
Road. 

LaBar William, frmr, 200 a, 
Codax Road. 

LaDuc Thomas, frmr, 120 a, 
Sebastopol. 

Ladwich* James, miner, res 
49 Church. 

Lady A. R., clerk, res Mill. 

LAKENAN J. M., proprietor 
Grass Valley Foundry and 
Machine Shops, Main, res 
43 Church. 

Land Thos. K., blacksmith, 
Idaho Mine, res Bennett. 

Landry Mrs. C., Colfax Road 

Lane Charles F., miner. 

Lane Mrs. F., widow. Main. 

Lane Thompson, fireman, 
Idaho Mine, res 104 Mill. 

Langdon Joseph, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Larkins Wm., miner. 

Laubengeiger C. W.. liquors, 
cor Mill and Main, res 
Church. 

Lander S. W , sup’t Smith 
Gold Mininor Co., office 
Nevada City, res Glenbrk 
Park. 

Lander Wm., miner, res Au- 
burn St. 

Leahey Martin, farmer, 40 a. 

Lebeck Bros., dry goods, 32 
Mill. 

Lebeck L. (Lebeck Bros.), 
res Main. 

Lebeck Victor (Lebeck Br^) 
res Main. 

Ledwich James, miner. 

Luch Charles, farmer, 420 a. 

Leech R., supern’t Mohawk 
Lumber Co. res Auburn st. 

Leeman H. G., farmer, 69 a. 

Lelong Joseph H., candy ma- 
ker with Seava, 87 Main. 

Leranger Jacob, miner. 

Letcher J. H., picture agt, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Lewis Samuel, miner res 
Townsend. 

LEWIS S. G., propV Foot- 
hill Weekly Tidings, of- 
fice and res cor Church 
and Neal. 

Liberty Ledge Co., Wm. 
George, agent. 

Linch Mrs. Aliza, res Race. 

Little George, miner. 


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Live Oak Mining Co., J. B. 
tlearsch, Vice President. 

Lloyd Mrs. Mary, widow, res 
10 Washington. 

Lone Jack Quartz Mining 
Co., Thos. Loney, agent. 

Loney C., sawmill. Emigrant 
Gap, res Boston Ravine. 

Looney James, frmr, 80 a. 

Lopez John N., frmr, 200 a. 

Loughney Mrs. M., widow, 
res Bennett. 

Loutzenheiser J. G., clerk, res 
Auburn street. 

Loutzenheiser Wm.^druggist, 
68 Main, res Auburn st. 

Loyd Mrs. E., millinery and 
fancy goods, 30 Mill, res 
cor Neal and Loyd. 

Loyd Thomas, res cor Neal 
and Loyd. 

Lucas A., teamster, res Race 

Luddington D. L., miner, res 
Alta. 

Luke Henry, miner, res Main 

Luke Josiah, miner, res 18 
Richardson. 

Macedonia Gravel Mining 
Co., W. G. Schofield, Sup’t 

Maddrill James H., printer. 
Main and Mill, res Bennett 

Maddrill Mrs. John, widow, 
res Bennett. 

Magenta Consolidated Gold 
Mining Co., E. W. Rob- 
erts, Secretary. 

Magoa John, miner, residence 
Auburn street. 

Mainhart Geo., miner, res 
Main. 

Manahon P., miner, res 
Rocky Bar. 


Manion A. D., miner. 

Manion M., frmr, 1,440 a. 

Manion Thos., miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Mann Andrew, teamster, res 
Pleasant. 

Manning J. M., druggist, 54 
Mill, res School. 

March J. B., teamster, res 
cor Bean and Alta. 

Marlet Mrs. E., widow, dress 
maker, res 136 Main. 

Marshall Mrs. S. G., res 32 
Auburn street. 

Martin Elias, miner, res 1 1 1 
Main. 

Martin Isaac, miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Martin John, miner, residence 
Washington. 

Martin Phillip, Ibr, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Martin Thomas, miner, res 
Colfax avenue. 

Martin W. H., painter, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Marwick D. B., clerk. 

Mason T. A., engineer, cor 
School and Walsh. 

Mattison A., frmr, 355 a. 

Maurer H. G., carpenter, res 
13 Bichardson. 

McAllister J., frmr, 80 a. 

McAnally Richard (Cooper 
& Co.), res Ophir Hill, 

McAnliff Mrs. C. T., widow, 
res Alta. 

McCabe John A., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

McCabe Mrs. R., widow, res 
Boston Ravine. 

McCann James, miner. 


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McCaffrey Jaines, miner, res 
Main. 

McCardel B. J., miner, res 5 
Washington. 

McCarthy M. J., farmer, 320 
acres. 

McCauley Joseph, laborer, 
res Scadden Flat. 

McCORMICK WM., physician, 
83 Main, res Church. 

McCrea Sam’l, farmer, 80 
acres. 

McDonald Mrs. A., widow, 
res Auburn st. 

McDonald Mrs. M., widow, 
res Walsh. 

McDonald Rundall, millman. 

McDonough Michael, mine 
owner, res 63 Church. 

McFate Thos., miner. 

McGovern John, miner, res 
Rhode Island Ravine. 

McGloughlin Mrs., widow, 
res Auburn st. 

McGrath B. farmer, 160 a. 

McGrath Joseph, miner, res 
Bennett. 

'McGrath M., miner. 

McGraw Bernard, miner, res 
1 16 Mill. 

McGraw Mark, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

McGuire & Co., min’g claims 

McGuire Michael, miner. 

McKee Samuel, book-kpr, 
II Mill. 

McKinney John, carpenter, 
res Walsh. 

McLean Daniel miner, res 
Wood. 

McLean G. D., min’g claims 

McNally Richard, miner. 


McNeill C. F., books and 
fancy stationery, 26 Mill, 
res Auburn st 

McStravick Chas., laborer, 
res Boston Ravine. 

Meagher Dennis, Iqrs, 81 
Main, res Auburn st. 

MEEK J. D., druggist, 26 
Mill, res Church. 

MEEK T. G., mason and bldr 
res 146 Main. 

Meier Wm., barkeeper, res 
Wood. 

Melarkey Wm., frmr, 434 a. 

Merinen John, miner, res 
Pleasant. 

Merrefeld Wm. H., miner,res 
Gold Hill. 

Merriam Adney D., engineer, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Merrill Harrison, carpenter, 
res 13 Pleasant. 

Messa John, miner, res Win- 
chester Hill. 

Meyett John, miner. 

Michaels S. R., farmer, 10 
acres. 

MICHELL & CARE, butchers, 
51 Mill. 

Michell Wm. J. (Michell & 
Care), res Neal. 

Mill John, miner, res 32 
School. 

Mill Thomas, miner, res 34 
School. , 

Miller Mrs. C,, widow, res 51 
Church. 

Miller Chas E., wagon makr, 
34 Main, les Auburn st. 

Miller J., machinist. 

Miller James, teamster. Em- 
pire. 


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Miller Mrs. J. N. (widow), res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Miller John, mine owner, res 
1 8 School. 

Miller J. P , butcher, res 
Church. 

Miller & Vorshans, fmr, 120 
acres. 

Mills Edward, plasterer, res 

, Pleasant. 

Milnthorp Chas.. laborer, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Mitchell Chas., miner, res 31 
Auburn st. 

MITCHELL CHAS. H., prop’r 
Grass Valley Union, cor 
Main and Mill, res Loyd. 

Mitchell John, farmer, 160 a. 

Mitchell John, miner. 

Mitchell Thomas, miner, res 
68 Auburn st. 

Mitchell Thos. J., millman. 

Mitchell Tobias, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Mitchell V., wagon maker, 
61 Mill. 

MITCHELL W. H., proprietor 
Wisconsin Hotel, 53 Main. 

Mitchell Wm, P., frmr, 80 a. 

Mock Mrs. H., 120 acres. 

Mogan Mary B., sister supe- 
rior Mt. St. Mary’s Con- 
vent, Church. 

Mohawk Lumber Co., R. 
Luch, agent, 2,421 a. 

Mole James, miner. 

Monahan P., farmer, 160 a. 

Monihan James, frmr, 40 a. 

Monnill J. B., laborer, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Monnier Jerome, miner, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 


Montes John, miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Montgomery W m. H., sheriff, 
res 3 A'lburii st. 

Mooklar John R., amalgama- 
tor, res Race. 

Moore Felix, (Moore, Wright 
& Co.) res Auburn st. 

Moore John, miner, res Kate 
Hayes Hill. 

Moore Richard, miner, res 
Pine. 

.Moore .S., mining sup’t, res 
16 School. 

Moore Thomas H. (Moore, 
Wright & Co.), res 77 
Mill. 

Moore Wm., brakeman Ophir 
mirie, res Bean. 

Moore, Wright & Co., black- 
smith and wgn mkrs, 75 
Mill. 

Moran T. F., bootmkr. Mill, 
res 105 Main. 

Moran Thos. C., mining claim 

Moran Thos., barber. Mill, 
res Main. 

Morateur A., groceries, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

■Morateur Paul, clerk, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Morcom N., miner, res Kate 
Hayes’ Hill. 

Morehouse Alfonzo, carpen- 
ter, res Bennett. 

Morehouse J, M., miner, res 
Main. 

Morehouse Joseph, miner. 

Morgan Geo. F. G., clergy- 
man (Congregational), res 
cor Walsh and Loyd. 

Morgan Henry, frmr, 1 30 a. j 


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Morgan Wm. H., machinist, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Morris Frank, miner, res Col- 
fax avenue. 

Morris L. N., miner, res Col- 
fax avenue. 

Morris W. P., carpenter, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Morse Frank E., miner, res 
8 1 Mill. 

Morshead Phillip, teamster, 
res Bennett. 

Mounday James, miner, res 8 
Auburn street. 

Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, Mary 
B Morgan, Sister Superior, 
Church. 

Mullen Thomas B , res Ben- 
nett. 

Mulligan Andrew, amalgama- 
tor, res Eureka Elat. 

MULLOY A. A., sup’t Grass 
Valley Gas Light Co., 48 
Main. 

Muncey F. ]., Ibr, res Neal. 

Murphy D., Ibr^ res Main. 

Murphy Frank, tinsmith, res 
Neal. 

Murphy Geo., painter, 41 
Main, res Main. 

Murphy Mrs. M., millinery, 
res 5 Neal. 

Murphy P. S., Iqrs, 8 Mill, 
res High. 

Muttoon Chas., res Bennett* 

Nankervis Henry. 

Nankervis Richard, miner, 
res Pine. 

Nankervis Wm., miner, res 
Scadden’s Flat. 

Nathan C. & Co., dry goods, 
10 Mill, res Auburn st. 


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Nathan Chas. (Chas. Na- 
than & Co.), residence 36 
Auburn st. 

Nathan Harry, clerk, res 
Auburn street. 

Nathan M. & Bro.. clothing, 
73 Main, and cigars and 
tobacco, 79 Main. 

Nathan N. (Nathan & Bro.), 
res Auburn st. 

National Gold Mining Co., 
W. II. Jennings, agt. 

Navin Mrs. C., widow, res 
il ill’s Flat. 

Nettle Chas., miner, res 
Chapel. 

Nettle M., miner, res Chapel 

Neugschwentner John M., 
.bootmkr, res 4 Pleasant. 

Nevin Mrs. James, widow, 
res Empire. 

Nevins J(.)hn, blacksmith, 
Boston Ravine. 

Nevins Thos., millman. 

Newton Mrs. M. C., widow, 
res Mill. 

Newton R., laborer, res 16 
School. 

New Year’s Mining Co., J. 
P'. Schutthers, ag^. 

New York Hill Gold Mining 
Co., Geo. Johnston, agt. 

Nicholas Henry, miner, res 
Mill. 

Nicholls Wm., miner, res 
Neal. 

Nichols C., miner, res Ben 
nett. 

Nichols Constantine, mining 
claim. 

Nichols H. B., farmer, 160 a 

Nichols Henry, miner. 


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Nickerson J. R., Sr., farmer, 
80 acres. 

Nile Richard, miner, res Em- 
pire. • 

Ninness John, miner, res Au- 
burn street. 

Ninnis Mrs. M. ]., widow, res 
43 Church. 

Noel Chas., miner. 

Noel C. S , miner, res liilhs 
Fiat. 

Noel James, millman. 

Noel R. C., miner, res 29 
Church. 

Noonan Patrick, amalgama- 
tor. 

North Star Gold Mining Co. 

Northey Geo., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Northey S. F., varieties, 74 
Main, res Washington. 

Norton Mrs. Emma, widow, 
res Neal. 

Norton Mrs. M. S., wHow, 
res 44 Church. 

Norwich Mining Co,, J. P, 
Pollard, agent. 

Novell Richard, frmr, 240 a. 

NOVITZKY HENRY, cigars 
and tpbacco, 73 xMain, res 
Auburn st. 

NOVITZKY SAMUEL, the 
leading and cheapest dry 
goods house in Nevada 
county, 78 Main, res Au- 
burn St. 

Novitzky Simon, clothing, 
48 Mill. 

Nutter W. M., frmr, 360 a, 
R. & R. tp. 

Omaha Gold Mining Co., M. 
Dodsworth, sup’t. 

Oates Mrs. C., widow, res 
Washington. 

Oates Richard, bootmaker, 
res Bank alley. 

Oates William, miner. 

O’Connor M. P., frmr, 160 
acres. 

O’Connor T., liquors, 78 Mill 

Odgers Josiah, miner, Bank 
alley. 

Odgers Samuel, frmr, 160 a. 

O’Donnell Wm. J., Jr., miner, 
res Auburn st. 

O’Donnell William J., Sr., 
miner, res Auburn st. 

O’Keefe Joseph, miner. 

O’Keefe T., miner, res Pleas- 
ant st. 

Oliver J., miner. 

Oliver J. A., miner. 

Oliver Richard, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Oliver Wm. P., carpenter, 51 
Mill, res Church. 

Opie Thomas, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Orleans Gold Mining Co., J, 
L. Smith, sup’t. 

Orr James J., butcher, cor 
Mill & Neal, res Pike Flat. 

Orzali Antone, farmer, 120 a. 

Orzali Lorenzo, farmer, 280 a. 

Orzali Lewis, farmer, 160 a. 

Osborn D. E., miner, res Neal 

Osborn Hill Mining Co,, 
Wm. Campbell, sec. 

Osborn Richard, miner, 96 
Mill. 

Othet Thomas, hay, grain, 
flour and feed, 53 and 55 
Mill, res Auburn. 

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Outry William, gardener, res 
Henderson. 

Overmyer Mrs. Zilpah, widw, 
res Main. 

Owens Jas. D., farmer, i6o 
acres. 

Pacific Gold Mining Co., Q. 
R. Underworth, sup’t. 

Pacific Mining Co., M. P'o^'d, 
agt, N. Y. Pdat. 

Paine T N.. farmer, 158 a. 

Painter Wm. W., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Palamountain John, miner, 
res Bennett. 

Palamountain Josiah, miner, 
res 33 Auburn st. 

Palmyra Pluming and Mining 
Company. 

Panhall B., miner. 

Parker John, res Neal. 

Parkin John, miner. 

Paro Alex., farmer, 160 a. 

Parr Edward, miner. Main. 

Parr George, blacksmith. 

Parr Wm., miner. Main. 

Parsons F. G , carpenter. 

Partridge Samuel,, miner, res 
W ashington. 

Pascol & Davenport, butchrs, 
48 Main. 

Pascoe Edwin, miner, res 
Washington. 

Pascoe James, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Pasdoe John, miner. 

Pascoe T, A. (Pascoe & 
Davenport), res Main. 

Pascoe Wm., miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Paul James F., miner, res 
Bennett. 


Payne Lefluah, miner, res 
Washington. 

Paynter P. ^H,, Justice of the 
Peace and Conveyancer, 7 
Mill, res Alta. 

Paynter Wm., millman. 

Peabody Mine, M. M. Don- 
ough, agent. 

Pearce & Caddy, butchers, 6 3 
Main. 

Pearce John P., miner, res 
Pleasant. 

Pearce John Q., miner, res 
Colfax avenue. 

Pearce T. J. (Pearce & Cad- 
dy), res Washingtonr. 

Pearce Wm., miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Pellatier Mrs. F., hotel, 
Main. 

Pellegrene P., millman. 

Pellew Wm , miner, res Alta, 

Penberthy Harry, miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Penberthy Thos. B., miner, 
res Bean. 

Penhall B, A., miner, res 
Bennett. 

Penhall John, miner, res 40, 
Auburn street. 

Penhall Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res 40 Auburn street. 

Penhall Wm. T., miner, res 
40 Auburn street. 

Perkin George, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Perrin Joseph, framer, 720 
acres. 

Perry John, blacksmith Idaho 
mine, res 1 10 Mill. 

Perry Mrs. Richard, widow, 
boarding house, 102 Mill, 


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Peters Hugh, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Peters James, res 2 1 Auburn 
street. 

Peters J. W., constable, res 
2 1 Auburn street. 

Peterson A. G., miner, res 
Neal. 

Pett Chas., res 4 Auburn st. 

Phillips Mrs. A., widow, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Phillips Frank, miner. 

Phillips John G., blacksmith 
Idaho Mine, res Auburn 
street. 

Phillips John A., miner, res 
Bennett. 

Phillips John C., miner, res 
78 Auburn st. 

Phillips Richard, miner, Ham- 
ilton. 

Phillips Samuel, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Phillips Thos. H., mining en- 
gineer, res Boston Ravine. 

Pierce J., miner. 

Piper Heuston, house and lot 

Plummer Thos., miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Poerson Peter, house & lot. 

Polglase John, groceries and 
butcher, 59 Main, res 125 
Main. 

Polglase Mrs. M. A., widow, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Polglase W., miner. 

Polkinghorn Joseph, miner, 
res Bennett. 

POLLARD JAMES P., carpen- 
ter, res 148 Main. 

Pollard Wm. H., miner, res 
Walsh. 

Pollard Z., miner, res Boston 
Ravine. 

Pope W. C., auctioneer and 
undertaker, res Neal. 

Pope W. E., clerk, res Neal. 

Potter Miss H. A., schl tchr, 

' res Mill. 

Powning A., boarding house 
and miner, res 108 Main. 

Powning John, miner. Gold 
Hill. 

Powning Wm., carpenter. 

Poyzer I'hos., frmr, San Joa- 
quin Valley, res Auburn 
street. 

Poyzer Wm. R., res Auburn 
street. 

Pratt Mrs. F., widow, res 25 
Richardson. 

Price B. H., res 35 Church. 

Prisk Wm., miner, res Ches- 
ter. 

Pritchard James, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Prodger John H., watchmkr, 
58 Mill, res Pleasant. 

Prout Thos., butcher, Boston 
Ravine.^ 

Provines Mathew, miner. 

Provis Wm., miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

PRTER ANDREW R., me- 
chanical and mining engi- 
neer, Glenbrook Park. 

PRYER ROBERT M., mechan- 
ical and mining engineer, 
Glenbrook Park. 

Pryor A., miner, res Boston 
Ravine. 

Purcell Peter, (Byrne & Co.) 
res cor Church and Rich- 
ardson. 


Miss lU. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts,, Marysville > 



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GRA NEVADA COUNTY • GRA 335 


Quick Henry, miner, res| 
Race. j 

Quick Israel, miner, res Ben- 1 
nett. 

Quigley Michael, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Quigley Patrick, res Chapel. 

QUIRK JAMES, photogrpher, 
58 Mill, res Race. 

Quirk Phillip, miner, res Race 

Regnair Mrs. Mary, widow, 
res Boston Ravine. 

Ragsdall C. C., frmr, i6o a 

Ragsdall John, frmr, 360 a. 

Ragsdall Wm., frmr, 720 a. 

Railing John, miner, res 
Kate llayes’ Hill. 

Ray Harrison, frmr, 160 a. 

Riece Mrs. A., lime kiln, 160 
acres. 

Reed P'red., laborer, res 
Hiirs Flat. 

Regan Catharine, house and, 
lot. 

Regan J., miner, res Boston 
Ravine. 

Reiley James, teamster, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Reiley Patrick, teamster, res 
Boston Ravine. 

ReiDey Mrs. M., res Boston 
Ravine. 

Reilly Barney, millman. 

Reinhart Jas., tarmer, 200 a. 

Reiley J. W., dentist, 16^ 
Mill, res Main. 

Reynolds H. H., carpenter, 
res 94 Mill. 

Reynolds O. H., frmr, 420 a. 

Reynolds Wm., town Mar- 
shal, Main, res Maiden 
Lane. 


Rich William, Rhode Island 
Ravine. 

Richard James Z., miner, res 
Bennett. 

Richard Wm. T, miner, res 
Washington. 

Richards Mrs. PL, widow, res 
19 Neal. 

Richards P>ank, laborer. 

Richards P' S., miner, res 36 
School. 

Richards James C., miner, 
res Bennett. 

Richards James D., miner, 
res Race. 

Richards James P., miner, res 
Church. 

Richards & Lessing, mining 
claims, Deadman’s Ravine. 

Richards Samuel, butcher, 
res Neal. 

Richards Stephen L., dairy, 
res Bennett. 

Richards Wm. B., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Richards Wm. H., miner, 
Winchester Hill. 

Richards W., miner. 

Richards William, miner. 

Richardson Clements, miner, 
res Neal. 

Rici ardson C R., Ophir Hill. 

Richarison Mrs. S. M., widw, 
res 18 Auburn st. 

Rickard Thos., miner, res 
Rhode Island Ravine. 

PMiltrE A. J., attorney at law, 
Mill, res cor School and 
Bean. 

Riley Michael, miner, res 
Chapel. 

Ritchie I. N., fanner, 120 a. 


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Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, 

336 GRA # NEVADA COUNTY GRA 


Robadue A., farmer 80 a. 

Robb Mrs. C. E., widow, 2 
Richardson. , 

Robbins Thos., miner, res 
Pleasant. 

Roberts E. A., law student, 
res Nevada Road. 

ROBERTS E. W., attorney at 
law, 81 Main, res Nevada 
Road. , 

Roberts John, miner, res 3 
Richardson. 

Roberts Joseph, clerk, res 
Neal. 

Roberts Phil. W., miner. 

Roberts R. G., blacksmith, 
res Lincoln. 

Roberts Richard, groceries, 
57 Main, res Richardson. 

Roberts Theo., miner, res 
Church. 

Robinson Mrs. E. J., widow, 
res 23 Neal. 

Rocky Bar Mining Co., E. 
Coleman, agent. 

Rodda Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, 
res Colfax avenue. 

Rodda Joseph, miner, res 
Auburn street. 

RODDA J. T., nursery and 
fish culturist, res Auburn 
street. 

Rodgers Patrick, amalgmtor, 
res 80 Auburn street. 

Rogers Frank, miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Rogers Mrs. Mary, hotel & 
restaurant, 54 Main. 

ROGERS & SON, books and 
stationery, 86 Main. 

Rogers Wm., miner, res Kate 
Hayes’ Hill. 


Rogers John S. 

Rogers Wm., miner, res 8 
Main. 

Rogers Wm, Jr. (Rogers & 
Son), res Pacific. 

Rogers Wm. Sr. (Rogers & 
Son), res Pacific. 

Rogers Wm. P., miner, res 8 
Washington. 

Roland L. J., res Boston 
Ravine. 

Routhrie S., millman. 

Routhrie Victor, millman. 

Rose John, frmr, 1^,5 a. 

Rose J. W, T., miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Rosenthal S., hides and 
leather, res 44 Auburn st. 

Rosevear John, miner, res 
Washington. 

Rosez Peter, miner, residence 
Eureka Flat. 

Rourke Daniel (Byrne & 
Co.), res Main. 

Rowe Enoch, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Rowe Geo., miner, res 120 
Mill. 

Rowe James T., clerk, res 
Auburn street. 

Rowe John, miner, res Idaho 
Mine. 

Rowe John, miner, res 83 
Mill. 

Rowe John, miner,res Rhode 
Island Ravine. 

Rowe Josiah, miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Rowe Mrs. Mary, widow, res 
Bennett. 

Rowe Richard, miner, res 
Dalton. 


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GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 


Rowe VVm., miner, res 120 
Mill. 

Rowe Wm., dairy, residence 
Ophir. 

Ruck A., bakery, 60 Main. 

Rule H„ blacksmith. Idaho 
Mine, res Church. 

Rule Thomas, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Rule William, miner. 

Rule Wm. T., laborer, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Rule W. P.. miner, res Win 
Chester Hill, 

Runnels Mrs, B. F., widow. 
Empire. 

Ryan John, miner, res Win- 
chester Hill, 

Ryan John & Co., mining 
claims, Osborn Hill. 

Ryan P. D., (Ryan & Sup- 
ple), res Benson House. 

Ryan Richard, miner, Cin- 
cinnati Hill, 

Ryan & Supple, dry goods 
and clothing, 60 Mill. 

Ryder Mrs. J. V., principal 
G. V. Seminary, res 8 
Richardson. 

Salsbury Wm., farmer, 80 a. 

Sampson Edward, miner, res 
Rhode Island Ravine. 

Sampson Martin, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

Sampson Walter, miner, res 
Rhode Island Ravine. 

Sanders J., clothing, 34 Mill, 
res Church. 

Sanks Isaac, (Sanks & 
Thomas) res Church, 

SANKS ISAAC T., city bill 
poster, Church. 


Sanks & Thomas, fruits, ice 
cream, etc., 32 Church. 

Sauvee Francis, farmer, 80 a. 

Sarah John, miner, res Ben- 
nett. 

Saxon Edward, mining engi- 
neer, res 40 Church. 

Saxon James, mining engi- 
neer, res Boston Ravine. 

Saxon & Peers, farmers, 160 
acres 

Saxon S. L , machinist, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Sayles Geo. W., ranch. 

Scadden H, Jr., clerk, res 
Chapel. 

Scadden H. Sr. (Thomas 
Hodge & Co ), groceries, 
72 Main, res Chapel. 

Scadden Thomas, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Scandling Wm., miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

SCHOFIELD THO.KAS, sew- 
ing machine agt, res Loyd. 

Scholar Wm., miner, res Ne- 
vada road. 

Schrader August, laborer, res 
Alta. 

Schrakamp Felix, varieties, 
38 Mill, res Church. 

Schroeder H. C., barkeeper, 
res 1 29 Main. 

SCHULTHESS J. F., mining 
sup’t and civil engineer, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Scobel John, Iqrs, 65 Main. 

Scobel Alfred, miner, res 
Race. 

Scott H., carpenter, res Mill. 

Scott Robert, teamster, res 
Hill’s Flat. 


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338 GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 


Scott W. n., amalgamator, 
res Mill. 

Sears Paul S., mining engi- 
neer, res 1 3 Richardson. 

Sebastapol Mill Mining Co., 
J. F. Judd, agt. 

Seeba Chas. F., candy fac- 
tory and chop house, 87 
Main, res Church. 

Sehlageisen D., liquors, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Sele Frank, teamster, res 
Bank Alley. 

Seliger John, brewer, res 12 
Auburn st. 

Senechel Alexis, liquors, 
Boston Ravine. 

wSevell Geo., teamster, res 
Pleasant. 

Seward L. A., music teacher, 
res Mill. 

Seymour James, miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Seymour Mrs. M., 40 acres. 

Shackelton Roger, house 
and lot. 

Shaffer Mrs. Geo., widow, 
hotel and restaurant^ 96 
Main. 

Shamrock Mining Co., J. 
Harrigan, agt. 

Shaw John, farmer, 240 
acres. 

Shebley Jas., farmer, 237 a. 

Sheldon Mrs. L., dressmaker, 
res School. 

Sheldon W. H., laborer, res 
School. 

Shepard A., carpenter. 

Shields Martin, laborer, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Shields Wm., house and lot. 


Shoemaker James P., printer, I 
Main and Mill, res North 
School. 

Shoemaker R., res School. 

Silvester IJ., farmer, 120 a. 

Silvester Henry, groceries, 
76 Main, res Auburn st. 

Sims Alex., miner, res Win- 
chester I Jill. 

Sivett Mrs. C., 380 acres. 

Skewes Richard mining en- 
gineer, res Gold Mill. 

Skinner Mrs. A. B., 120 a. 

Slate Ledge Mining Co , J. 
Perrin, agent. 

Sleeman Evan, Sr., frmr, 80 
acres. 

Sleeman Evan, Jr., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Sleep Geo. H., blacksmith 
Idaho Mine, res Walsh. 

Sleep Wm., miner,res Walsh 

Smith Mrs. C., widow, res 24 
School. 

Smith Caswell, clerk and ins 
agt, 90 Main, res Walsh. 

Smith C. H., farmer, 19 1 a. 

Smith Chas. H., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Smith H. B., farmer, 40 a. 

Smith H. W., farmer, 160 a. 

Smith John L., house and 
lot. 

Smith J. Milton, frmr, 360 a 
and water ditch. 

Smith Robt., clerk, res Wis. 
Hotel. 

Smith Thomas, house & lot, 
Cincinnati Hill. 

Smith Wm , blacksmith. 

Smitham Wm., miner, res 
Chapel. 


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GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 339 

Snow Henry, Wells, Fargo 
& Co’s messenger, res 88 
Main. 

Snow L. L., bootmaker, 51 
Mill. 

Snyder Henry, fruit wagon 
Main. 

Snyder Joseph, miner, res 11 
Richardson. 

Snowden John, miner, res cor 
Neal and Auburn sts. 

Sowden Wm., miner, res cor 
Auburn and Neal. 

Sparnon Richard, miner, res 
Race. 

Spencer & Stoddard, mining 
cLiim. 

Spencer W. K., books, sta- 
tionery, and news depot, 
85 Main, res School. 

SPIEDEL JOSEPH, Union 
Market, 6 Mill. 

Spiers John, frmr, 80 a. 

Spring Hill Mining Co., F. 
G. Beatty, agent. 

Steele Richard, miner. 

Steinman Ik, salesman, res 
Mill. 

Steinmiller L. H,, moulder, 
res Main. 

Stephen Thomas, frmr, 1 20 a 

Stephens W. H., frmr, 240 a 

Stevens G. W., bootmaker. 
Mill, res Alta. 

Stevens Vivian, lbr,res Ches- 
ter. 

Stevens Wm., ins agt, res 
Cincinnati Hill. 

Stewart H. J., barkpr, res 134 
Main. 

St. John H. B., clerk, res 
107 Main. 

Stockbridge Mining Co., H. 
Silvester, agent. 

Stockton Mine, P. G. Card 
ner, agent. 

Stoddard & Campbell, 56 a, 
mineral land. 

STODDARD W. S., agt N. C. 
N. G. b'. R., res Rennet. 

Stokes A. M., res Exchange 
Hotel. 

STOKES W. a, prop’r Ex- 
change Hotel, too Main. 

Stone & Griffith, prop’rs Em- 
pire Ditch Co. 

Stone J. P. (Stone & Grif- 
fith), res 52 Church. 

Stone M. P., schl tchr, res 5 
Richardson. 

Stonington Gold and Silver 
Mining Co., Wm. Berry, 
Sup’t. 

Stubbs Jason, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Sturgeon T. ]., laborer, res 
Townsend. 

Sullivan Wm., miner. 

Sullivan Dennis, miner, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Sullivan Ed. miner. 

Sullivan Michael, miner, res 
Cincinnati Hill. 

Sullivan Owen, miner, res 
Cincinnati Hill. 

Supple Edward ( Ryan & 
Supple), res Exchange 
Hotel. 

Sutton P., frmr, 241 a. 

Sweet H. H, quartz claim. 

Sykes John I , postmaster, 
102 Main, res Exchange 
Hotel. 

Synson Chas., millman. 


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340 GRA NEVADA COUNTY GRA 


Taaffee Jno., miner, res Empire 

Taunt James, miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Taylor Benjamin, frmi , 24 a, 
res Bean. 

TAYLOR CORNELIUS, atty- 
at-law, res Main. 

Taylor M. C., foundry and 
machine shops, 85 Mill, 
res Church. 

Temby C., liquors, 70 Main, 
res School. 

Temby Mrs. R. M., widow, 
res Chapel. 

Terrill John, blacksmith, res 
Pleasant. 

Terrill Thos., laborer, res 
Bennett. 

Thomas Barnet, miner, res 
Wood. 

Thomas F. J., clerk, res Au- 
burn st. 

Thomas Mrs. H., widow, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Thomas Henry, mining engi- 
neer, res Eureka Flat, 

Thomas Henry H., hotel and 
restaurant, res Mill. 

Thomas H. L., miner, res 
Empire. 

Thomas J. D., boarding 
house, 46 Main. 

Thomas John, miner, res 5 
Auburn st. 

Thomas John, miner, res 
Race. 

Thomas John H., miner, res 
Cincinnati Hill, 

Th.omas John M., dept’y co. 
recorder, res 132 Mill. 

Thomas Joseph (Sanks & 
Thomas), res Neal. 


Thomas Joseph mining engi 
neer, res Hill’s Flat. 

Thomas Stephen, res Loyd. 

Thomas Wm., miner, res 5 
Auburn st. 

Thomas Wm. H., miner, res 
5 Auburn st. 

Thomas Wm. R., miner, res 
Bennett ave. 

Thomas Wm. T., watchman 
Idaho Mine, res School. 

Thompson C. P., boat mkr, 
res 8 Richardson. 

Thompson E. H., farmer. 

Thompson Geo., painter, res 
3 Wood. 

Thomson John, miner, res 39 
Church. 

Thompson John, miner, Bos- 
ton Ravine 

Thompson John M., miner, 
res Scadden Flat. 

Thompson Neal, miner, res 
Eureka Flat. 

Thompson Mrs. S., ladies’ 
hairdresser, 39 Church. 

Thorpe John, farmer, 80 a. 

Thrasher D. D., frmr, 240 a. 

Tibbits Thos., laborer, res 
Church, 

Tiernayjohn, miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

TOMPKINS E. A., physician, 
38 Church, cor Neal. 

Tonkin Matthew, miner, res 
Race. 

Totten W. H., miner and 
farmer, 140 a, near Idaho 
Mine. 

Town J. G., farmer, 320 a. 

Townsend C. C., varieties, 
20 Mill, res 133 Main. 


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Townsend E. W., laborer, res 
Bennett. 

Townsend W. L., laborer, res 
Bennett. 

Trabilcox John, miner, res 
Hill’s Fiat. 

Tracey Matthew, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Trathen Richard, miner, res 
30 Richardson. 

Treat James, laborer, xes Alta. 

Trebilcockx Samuel, miner, 
res Bennett 

Treloar Daniel, miner, res 
io6i Mill. 

Treloar W., miner. 

Treloar William M., miner, 
res Alta. 

Tremain Henry, frmr, 80 a. 

Tremewan John, miner, res 
Mass. Hill. 

Trengove Edwin, miner, res 
Kate Hayes’ Hill. 

Trethewey James, miner, res 
Maiden Lane. 

Trevillian Francis miner, res 
Race. 

Trewheller John T., miner, 
res Chapel. 

Trewhella Richard, miner, 
res Main. 

Trewrem Geo C., miner, res 
18 Richardson. 

Trezise Phillip, Jr., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Trezise Phillip Sr., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Trezise Wm. F., miner, res 
Auburn st. 

Turner Wm., farmer, 80 a. 

Tuttle Dan, teamster, res 
Pleasant. 


COUNTY. GRA 341 


Twitchell F. T., miner, 41 
Main. 

TYACK H., miner, res i so 

- Main. 

Pyack Joseph, blacksmith, 
res 150 Main. 

Tyrrell Samuel, blacksmith, 
Idaho Mine, res 27 Rich- 
ardson. 

Underwood & Co., Union 
Hill 

UPHOFF HERMANN, liquors 
and oysters, 69 Main, res 
Auburn st. 

Lepton J. N., carpenter. 

Ural Mine, J. P'. Schulthers, 

agent. 

Uren Geo., miner. Empire. 

Uren J. H., miner, res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Uren S. F., blacksmith, res 
18 Neal. 

Uren Stephen, engineer. 

Vaile Thomas, blacksmith. 

Van Hoeter F'rank, soap fac- 
tory, 27 Neal, res 1 15 Main 

Van Hoeter J., res 1 15 Main. 

Van Orden W. B., groceries, 
42 Main, res Lincoln. 

Victoria Mine, J. F. Schul- 
thers, agent. 

Vincent G., miner. 

Vincent Richard, miner, res 
10 Main. 

Vincent Stiquel, farmer, 80 
acres. 

Virginia Mining Co., J. F. 
Schulthers, agent 

Vivian Johnson, blacksmith, 
res Bennett. 

Vivian Mrs. L., widow, res 
45 Auburn street. 


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GRA NEVADA COUNTY. GRA 


Vogelman H., boots & shoes, 
12 Mill, res School. 

Vollmer W. A., music tchr, 
res 140 Main. 

Walcott H. U., res Pleasant. 

WALES MISS CARRIE A., 
clerk with T. Wales, res 50 
Mill. 

Wales James T., miner, res 
Empire. 

Wales Richard, miner, Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

WALES T., boots and shoes, 
50 Mill. 

Walker I. T., frmr, 80 a. 

Walker Thomas R., amalga- 
mator, res School. 

WALLACE JOHN, dry goods. 

Wallace Matthew. 

Wallace Wni. O., frmr, 160 a 

Wallis M., miner, res Scad- 
den’s Flat. 

Wallwork Richard, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

Wall worths. L., frmr, 360 a, 
res 8 Richardson. 

Walsh John, Ibr, res Auburn 
street. 

Walworth S. L., frmr, 360 a 

Wanamake Geo. A., tmstr, 
res Auburn st. 

Ward Wm. W. W., painter, 
res Church. 

Warner Geo. W., frmr, 48 a. 

Warner U. A., frmr, 40 a. 

Wasley John, miner. 

Wasley Walter, miner, res 
Gold Hill. 

W'asley Wm., miner, res Bos- 
ton Ravine. 

Waters Wm., gardener, 14 a 

Watkins Morgan, frmr, 160 a 


WATSON MRS. JANE, widow, 
boarding house, Boston 
Ravine. 

Watt David (Granger & 
Watt), sup’t Empire mine, 
res Boston Ravine. 

Watt James, book-kpr, res 
Walsh. 

Watt Mrs. Wm. widow, res 
Boston Ravine. 

Wear J. W., frmr, 160 a. 

Webb Francis, miner, res 
120 Mill. 

Webster E. C., miner, res 
124 Main. 

Webster Geo. R., frmr, 80 a 

WEBSTER L. R., physician 
and U. S. examining sur- 
geon, Mill, res cor Main 
and School. 

Webster Thos., barber, si 
Main. 

Wedlock Richard, miner, res 
6 Main. 

Weed I. L., frmr, 160 a, and 
water ditch, Alta Hill. 

Weissbein Bros. & Co., 
brokers, 98 Main. 

Weissbein Jacob (Weissbein 
Bros. & Co.), res Main. 

Weissbein Joseph (Weiss- 
bein Bros. & Co.), res 
Main. 

Welcome A., laborer, res 
Auburn st. 

Wells James, miner,res Hill’s 
Flat. 

Werry John, book-kpr, res 
Main. 

WEST E. R., livery and feed 
stable, 38, 40 and 43 
Main. 


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GRA NEVADA COUNTY GRA 343 

% 

Werry Peter, engineer. j 

West W. F., gunsmith, 33 
Church. 

WETTEKAU GEO. G., prop r 
Grass Valley and Nevada 
stage line, res Main, ! 

W heeler Lewis, frrnr, 400 a, 

Whitburn Edwin, miner, res 
Auburn st. 

White Frank, carpenter, res 
Townsend. 

White James, farmer, 160 a. 

White James H , miner, res 

49 Auburn st. 

White John, mining sup’t, res 
52 Auburn st. 

White Oak Mining Co., John 
Cadden, agt. 

White Mrs. R., widow, res 
Auburn st. 

Whiteside Geo. W., clerk, 
res cor Race & Auburn sts 

Whiting Nathan, laborer, res 
Townsend. 

Whiting Sam’l, carpenter. 

Whiting S. F., carpenter. 

Whitney John, laborer, res 
Main. 

Whitney Thos., soap factory. 
Main. 

W ickes , mi ner, res W ash- 

ington. 

W ickes J. T., schl tchr, res 

50 Church. 

Wilcox J. G. W., frmr, 120 a 

WILDER S. R., bottler of 
ale, porter and beer, res 
108 Mill. 

Wiley James M., painter, res 
Race. 

Wilhelm Chas., laborer, res 
1 2 Auburn st 

Wilhelm Theodore, butcher, 
res Auburn st. 

William Penn Mine, Wm. 
Campbell, agt. 

Williams Daniel, atty-at-law, 
res Hill’s Flat. 

Williams Geo., blacksmith, 
res Auburn st. 

V\ illiams James, miner, res 
School Alley. 

W’ illiams James H., miner, 
res Walsh. 

Williams John, miner, res 
Hill’s Flat. 

Williams John H., miner, res 
Bennett. 

AVilliams John R., miner, res 
Henderson. 

Williams Josiah, miner, res 2 
Auburn st. 

Williams J. S., laborer, res 
Bennett. 

Williams Michael, miner, res 
Winchester Hill. 

Williams Richard, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Williams Richard, miner, res 
cor Walsh and Pleasant. 

Williams Richard H.. miner, 
res Race. 

Williams T. A., canvasser, 
res 4 Church. 

Williams Thomas, miner, res 
W ood. 

Williams William, miner, res 
Bennett. 

Williams William H.. miner, 
res Auburn st. 

Williams Wm. T., miner, res 
30 Main. 

WilloughlDy William, mining 
engineer, res Race. 


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Wills D. D., clerk, res Main 

Wills Francis, miner, Gold 
Hill. 

WILLS WM., liquors. Glen- 
brook Park, 

Wilson Mrs. A., widow, res 
Pleasant. 

Wilson George, frmr, 117a. 

Wilson Thomas, laborer, 79 
Mill. 

Winn T., farmer, 80 acres. 

Wisconsin Mining Co., F. G. 
Beatty, agent. 

Woheford Samuel, frmr, 40 
acres. 

Wohlers Henry, Jr., clerk, 
res Richardson. 

Wohlers Henry Sr., furnitre, 
61 Main, res Richardson. 

Wolford Mrs. M. A., widow, 
Winchester Hill. 

Womack P. A., farmer, 160 
acres. I 


Wood Ben., merchant tailor, 
9 Mill, res 38 Auburn st. 

Woodberry Isaac, butcher. 

Woodfield Geo. E., black- 
smith, res Main. 

Woodfield Henry, bootmakr, 
76 Mill, res Boston Ravine. 

Woodfield Henry, fmr, 80 a. 

Woodfit'ld W. H., bootmakr, 
Boston Ravine. 

Woods W. D., frmr, 126 a. 

Worl N. B., butcher, res Au- 
burn and Race. 

Wright Gilman * (Moore, 
Wright & Co.), res 132 
Main. 

Yellow Jacket Mining Co., J. 
F. Schulthers, agent. 

Yew John, miner, res 40 Au- 
burn street. 

Yust M., miner, Boston Rvne 

Zawaskie James, carpenter, 
res Mill. 


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Grass Valley, the “Golden Heart of California,^^ the central town of the 
foot-hill region, celebrated alike for its gold quartz mines, its vine-clad 
hills, its extensive orchards, its cosy homes and delightful climate, has a 
population of 7,063, the county 19,134, and the adjoining foot-hill counties 
(none of which contain a paper of this character and scope), fifty to sixty 
thousand. Circulation 1,500, and on the increase. General Advertis- 
ing of a proper character to go in the family circle, inserted at the rate of 
$1 per month for each inch of column space. One column half a year, or 
half a column one year, 25 per cent discount, and one column one year, 
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double these rates. Lottery and private medical advertisements not in- 
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not get them, and those having them can do without them, by the use of 
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GRASS VALLEY, CAL. 


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Fancy Goods, Silks, Shawls, 
Embroideries, Laces, Etc. 
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

No. 16 St., next door to Peter Johnson’s 
Hardware Store, Grass Valley. 

A large assortment of Gents’ and Ladies’ Under- 
wear constantly on hand. New Goods received 
every day. We can and do sell cheaper than any 
other house in town. 


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Attorney at Law 

MAIN STREET, 

Grass Valley, Cal. 


COUNTY. LIT 347 

Grass falls! Foaailry! 

and 

GRASS VALLEY, CAL , 

J M. LAKENAN, PROPRIETOR 



and 

Quartz Mill Macliiiierv Made to Order. 
Dealer in Second-Hand 3Iacliinery. 


All Orders promptly filled at San Francisco prices 

Little York, 

P. 0. Twelve miles southeast of 
Nevada City. 

Alexander R., mining claims 
Allen W. L., mining claim, 
Anderson Robert, farmer. 
Backman T. M., mining claim 
Birds Eye Creek Gold Min- 
ing Co., G. S. PoAvers, 
Sup’t. 

Bush D. E., mining claim 
and prop’r Red Dog 
Water Works. 

Canden Mining Company, J. 

McAllister, sup’t. 

Copeland B, F., mining 
claims 

Easton C. D., genl mdse. 
Fox & Condman, genl mdse. 
Fravill Nathan, mining claim 
Hill H. J., toll road, from 
Little York to Bear River 
Hill & Hudepohe, general 
mdse. 

Hill James, mining claim. 
Hill & Joice, mining claim. 
Hussey John, mining claims. 
Kinder W. H., mining claim 
Liberty Hill Mining Co., H. 
S. Rogers, agent. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Shades, Fictnre Frames and Window Cornice (Chico, Cal.) 



Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming* Implements. 


HIBBARD & SOMMER. Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames. VasCd. 


348 LIT NEVADA COUNTY MOO 

Little York Water and Min- 
ing Co., 550 a, D. W. 
Balch, sup't. 

Mammoth Blue Gravel Min- 
ing Co,, S. N. Strana- 
han, agent. 

McLeod, M.^ i6oa, and min- 
ing claim. 

Mellor Henry, mining claims 

Meyers Ben., mining claims. 

Miller & Lindermer, mining 
claims. 

Planet Gravel Mining Co., 
H. U. Ivins. 

Queen W. H., mining claim. 

Remington Ditch Company, 

' John Hussy, agent. 

Snicktam Mining Co., 180 a, 
E. P. Hubard, agt. 

Spiller Rudolph, frmr, 80 a. 

Stehr Henry, water right and 
ditch. 

Swamp Angel Mining Co., 
G. A. Frick, agent. 

Thompson Robert, mining 
claim. 

Voss L., frmr, 960 a. 

Wild Cat Mining Co., James 
Phillips, agt. 

Wilk Bros., miners. 

Wilkinson William, mining 
claim, 120 a. 

Moore’s Flat, 

P. 0. A mining camp twenty miles 

northwest of Nevada City. 

American Gravel Mining Co., 
T. Curtis, agent. 

Ballard J. M., justice of the 
peace and clerk at Ex- 
change Hotel. 

Bandemore PYed., miner. 

Barner Benj., miner. 

Bell & McLean, min'g claims 

Blight Samd miner. 

Blue Point Mining Co., W m. 
Rankin, agent. 

Bomer Benj., blacksmith in 
Blue Bank Mine* 

Boston Minina Co., Chas. 
Hegarty, agent. 

Brandrop James, miner. 

Brooks John, miner. 

Brandrip & Co., miners. 

Brown George, miner. 

Brown G. W., house and lot. 

Burnham Frank, miner. 

Byrne J. H., miner. 

CALDWELL SAJHUEL, drug 
gist, postmaster and ex- 
press agent. 

Canon Tabian, frmr, 160 a. 

Carless J., farmer, 160 acres 

Carter James, miner. 

Catholic Church. 

Centennial Blue Gravel Min- 
ing Co., J. Byrne, agent. 

Centennial Mill and Mining 
Company. 

Christopher N., miner. 

Columbia Mining Co., W. 
L. Long, agent. 

Condon James, blacksmith 
in Boston claims. 

Conger A. K., min’g claiins. 

Coughlin Mike, miner. 

Connoly David, water agent. 
Eureka Lake and Yuba 
Canal Cos. 

Consolidated Mining Co., 
160 a, Samuel Blight, agt. 

Copperas P. W., mining 
claims. 


£. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



Hibbard i & SOMIHER* Chlco Jewelers' Stationers and 


MOO NEVADA COUNTY. MOO 349 

Cordon Patrick, miner. 

Cumberland No. 2, J. H. 
Burns, agent. 

Cummins W. F., banker. 

Cunningham Frank, stage 
drivei . 

Defiance Mining Co. No. i 
and 2, F. Henry, agent. 

Doolan Thomas, sup’t Illi 
nois mining claims. 

Dowling Thomas, mining 
claim. 

Dunford Patrick, miner. 

Eagle Mining Co. ,C. Hagerty 
agent. 

Edwards & Torson, mining 
claim. 

Erb John B., miner. 

Eureka Blue Gravel Mining 
Co.. Jas. H. Burns, agt. 

Exchange Hotel, Mrs. Mar- 
garet Morrow, prop’r. 

Finke John (Hagerty & Co.) 

Fitzgerald Timothy, miner. 

Garton Ridge Mill and Lum 
ber Co , M. L. Marsh, agt. 

Goffette John, teamster. 

Golden P'ountain Mine, J. L. 
Holland, agt. 

Hagerty Charles, genl mdse 

Flaman Thos,, miner. 

Harris William, miner. 

Hayes & Henry, mining 
claims. 

Hearne & Coats, mining 
claims. 

Hearne William, liquors. 

Hebbert John, mining claim. 

Hagerty Charles (Hagerty & 
Co.) 

Hagerty & Co., general mer- 
chandise. 

Henry Clay Mine, J. D. Ball, 
agent. 

Henry F,, National Ledge, 
F. Henry, agent. 

Higdon Newton, miner. 

Hoop Gus, mining claim. 

IHLEK ANTOKE, coal burner 

Illinois Mining Company. 

Jansan Chris., carpenter. 

Jerico Hotel, Mrs. R W. 
Latta, prop’r. 

Johns John, miner. 

Johnson Hanson, miner. 

Johnson & Hubh, miners. 

Jones Daniel M., butcher 
with McNulty. 

Keegan Robert, miner. 

Kellstrup S. G., genl mdse. 

Keskeys David, miner. 

Kiskeys David, miner. 

LA BABEE JOHN, physician 
and surgeon. 

Lafortine Thomas, hostler. 

Latta Mrs. R. W., prop’r 
Jerico Hotel. 

Leavitt Mrs. H., dressmaker. 

Live Oak Mining Co., C. 
Sughrue, agent. 

Lookabill David, lumberman. 

Luey Mining Co. 

Marshal James, clerk. 

McClain Robert, miner and 
blacksmith. 

McNicle Mrs. Catharine. 

McNulty Henry, proprietor 
Moore’s Flat Market. 

Meyer Mrs. Mary. 

Mills Samuel, miner. 

Moore Robert, miner. 

Moore’s Flat Blue Gravel 
Mining Co., N. H. West- 
fall, agent. 


J. N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET &. LOY, Undertakers and Practical Embalmers, Keep the Finest Stock in Northern CaL Chico, (Cal. 


Go toSTICKNER, BURNHAIYIC&. Co’s for Groceries, Provisions, Wagrons and Farmingrllmplements, Chico. 


3. W. GRAVES, Drng^s and Chemicals, Chico 


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NEVADA COUNTY. 


NEV 


Moore’s Flat Hotel, Mrs. 
John Shea, prop’r. 

Morrow Durvis, miner. 

Morrow F. P., mining claims, 
lo a. 

Morrow Mrs. M., farmer, 6o 
acres. 

Morrow Mrs. M. L., prop’r 
Exchange Hotel. 

Morrow B. V., butcher with 
McNulty. 

Murray Edward, miner. 

Murray John P., miner. 

Nevada Mining Company, J. 
Reddington, sup’t. 

Noonan Jerry, teamster. 

Nugent Patrick, miner. 

O’Donnell James, saloon. 

Oriental Mining Company, 
F. Heing, agent. 

Patridge & Co., mining claim 

Predu William, miner. 

Pryde Wm. W., miner. 

Preschel Charles E., brewery 

Preschel Otto, book keeper. 

Purcell & Co., miners. 

Purcell P., frmr, 8o a. 

Query Robert, laborer. 

Rankin Wm., miner. 

Redding Jonathan, miner. 

Reed James, miner. 

Rich John, miner. 

Risco B., Risco ranch. 

Rourke Terrence, stock rnch 

School House, T. A. Rose, 
teacher. 

Shea Mrs. John, proprietor 
Moore’s Flat Hotel. 

Sherwood C. W., mining 
claims. 

Shiveley Henry, miner. 

Smith Terrence, miner. 


Snow Point Blue Gravel 
Mining Co., P.W. Copper- 
as, agent. 

Spilliiigberg Geo., miner. 
Sughrin C., miner. 

Sullivan Cornelius, miner. 
Sullivan John, miner. 

Timbke John, miner. 

Toorney William, miner. 
Torson Antone, miner. 

Tresire John, miner. 

Vizard Joseph H., black- 
smith and miner. 

Walsh Jas., miner. 

Wand & Blackville, miners. 
Watson Jasper, carpenter. 
Watt Blue Gravel Mining 
Co., 600 acres. 

WEISER A., genl - variety 
store, fine Havana cigars 
and fine tobacco. 

Welch James, miner. 

Wells W. T., mining claims. 
Wilson John, miner. 

Nevada City, 

P. 0. An incorporated town and 
county seat of Nevada, situated on 
Deer Creek, 70 miles from Sacra- 
mento, with which it is connected by 
rail. This is the termini of the 
narrow-gauge railroad, connecting 
with the C P. R. R. at Colfax. 
This vicinity has been productive of 
vast amounts of gold, and is, in fact, | 
one of the richest gold regions in the 
State. The city is supported almost 
wholly from this source. Good 
school and church buildings adorn 
the city, with many other public 
edifices. One newspaper, the Trans- 
script, is published daily. 

Abbott J. C., carpenter, res 
Lost Hill. 


Xyiiss M. J. Futnam Rlillinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts., Marysville A 



HIBBARD 6l SOlVtiytER, Chico, haire sold over 1*000 Watches in 8 Years 


NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 351 


Adair Isaac, blacksmith, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Adams John, laborer, res 
Coyote. 

Albert Mrs. M., res Sac. st. 

Alberts Geo., miner, res 
Half-mile House. 

Alexander Preston, laborer, 
res Coyote. 

Allison Samuel, frmr, 65 a. 

Allan George G., prop’r Ne- 
vada Foundry, Spring, les 
East Broad. 

Allen A. M., gas maker, res 
Nevada st. 

Allen B. T., sup’t Nevada 
Gas Co., res Coyote. 

Allen Chas., miner, res Half- 
mile House. 

Allen Thomas, mining claim. 

Althy Matthew, miner, res 
Coyote 

Anderson Mrs. ]., widow, res 
Pine. 

Anderson John, Justice of the 
Peace, cor Pine and Broad 

Arbegart Jacob, 380 a and 
mining claims. 

Arnhart Mrs. L. C., dress- 
maker, Broad. 

Arnhatt Wesley, frmr, Wash- 
ington road. 

Ashbaum & Baker, mining 
claim. 

Auerback D. (A. Eisen & 
Co.), res Spring. 

Aumer Frank, butcher. Main, 
res Cottage. 

Avery E. W., Jr., tinsmith, 
res Spring. 

Avery E. W. Sr., express- 
man, res Spring. 


Bachtol & Colby, quartz 
claim. 

Bacigalupi John, bar keeper, 
res Spring, 

Bailey Geo. A. (Brown & 
Co.), res Piety Hill. 

Bailey N., hydraulic pipe 
mkr, res Piety Hill. 

Baker Daniel S., tmstr, res 
Eactory. 

Baker F. E., mining claim. 

Baker O. C., baker. 

Baldridge E. C., City Mar- 
shal, Broad, res East Broad 

Baltz Mrs. C., widow, res 
Boulder. 

Baltz & Guenther, Iqrs, 13 
Commercial. 

Barr Samuel, mining claim. 

Barr Thomas M., engineer, 
res Gold Flat. 

Barrett Thomas, miner, res 
Pine. 

Barton Wm,, blacksmith, cor 
Sacramento and Broad, res 
Aristocracy Hill. 

Baruh Aaron, Iqrs, Com’l. 

Bates Thomas, miner, res 
Spring. 

Bauer A. W., clerk, Union 
Hotel. 

Berghtol U. L., miner, res 
Water. 

Berryman Mrs. A., widow, 
boarding house, res Broad 

Bearden A. J., photographer, 
res Cottage. 

Beardsley Joseph H., miner, 
res Sacramento st. 

BECKMAN CHRISTIAN, U. 
S. Saloon, cor Broad and 
Pine, res East Broad. 


J P. He wman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


H.AI:LBT & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Plows a Specialty at Chico Plow Works. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, 


NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 


Becklinger Mrs. M., frmr, 40 
acres. 

Bedolfe A. W. H., Ibr, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Belden Mrs. E , widow, res 
Sac. St. 

Belden P. H., druggist and 
stationery, cor Com. and 
Pine, res Coyote. 

Bell, McLean & Yates, min- 
ing claims, V. G. Bell, agt 

Bennett Joseph, bootmaker, 
res Park ave. 

Bennett Mrs. Wm., widow, 
res Piety Hill. 

Bice Frank, porter, lyCom’l 

Bigelow E. W. & Co., gro- 
ceries, Com’l, res Piety 
Hill. 

Black Mrs. C., widow, res 
Broad. 

Black Mrs. E., 80 acres. 

Blake Jerry, mining claim. 

Blasauf Chas., brewer. Spring 

BLASAUF MRS. JOHN, wid.. 
City Brewery, res Spring. 

Blasauf John, Jr., brewer, res 
Spring. 

BLOSS A. A., carpenter, res 
Sac. St. 

Blue Tent Hydraulic Gold 
Mining Co., 475 a, D. T. 
Hughes, sup’t. 

Blumberg A., mch’nt tailor, 
Broad, res Pine. 

BLUMENTHAL A., dry and 
fancy goods, carpets, oil 
cloths, ladies’ and chil- 
dren’s shoes, cor Broad 
and Pine, res Broad. 

Boardman J. H., printer, res 
West Broad. 


Bobo C. D., physician, cor 
Broad and Pine, res Broad 

Bond Erastus, miner, res 
Boulder. 

Booth Elijah, whitewashing 
and fruit grower, res East 
Broad. 

Bornhaeuser Chas., brewer, 
res Spring. 

Borough H., liquors, Com’l, 
res Main. 

Bowerman J. G., carriage 
maker. Broad, res Pine. 

Bowden Joseph, miner, res 
Broad. 

Bowden Sampson, miner, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Bowdoin L. M., carpenter, 
res Pine. 

Bracelin Cornelius, sec. hand, 
res Long. 

BRADLEY H. S., surveyor. 
Main, res Nevada st. 

Bradshaw Geo., miner. 

BRAND C. J., jeweler, 60 

Church Geo. A., engineer. 
Broad, res Broad. 

Brendgiven L., farmer, 80 a. 

Bridges Edward D., stone- 
cutter, res Broad. 

Britland W. J., barkpr, res 
Broad. 

Broddie Jno., butcher. 

BROWN & CO., prop’r Nev. 
Daily Transcript, Com’l. 

Brown E. M., collector 
Water Works, res Aris- 
tocracy Hill. 

Brown Edgar, engineer, res 
Nevada st. 

BROWN N. P.( Brown & Co.), 
res East Broad. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 



I 

HIBBARB Sc SOMMER Chico, Opticians. TelescopelSpectaclesSand 


NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


BROWN J. E., sup’t South 
Yuba Canal Co., Main, res 
Aristocracy Hill. 

Brown S. O., reduction 
works, bds Union Hotel, 

Brown Thomas, miner, res 
Broad. 

Brown Wm,, wood, res 
Park avenue 

Brown W. W., trmr, i6o a. 

Bruce Geo., waiter. 

Brunswick Gold Mining Co., 
J. T. Lockwood, sup’t. 

Bullard B., Ibr, res Broad. 

Burbridge J. L., barber, res 
Aristocracy Hill. 

Burke Wm., frmr, i lo a. 

Butterfield H. W., frmr, 40 a 

Byrne John B., 160 a and 
water ditch. 

Byrne P. C., deputy sheriff, 
res National Exchange. 

Caldwell John, County Judge, 
Court House, res Prospect 
Hill 

Caldwell John I., atty at law 
and notary public, 42 
Broad. 

California Con. Mining Co., 
J. L. Holland, agt. 

Calkins D. L., mining claims 

Calkins Henry, printer, res 
National Exchange Hotel. 

Calkins L. S., printer, res 
Union Hotel. 

Calvert Jackson, mining claim 

Campbell John, miner, res 
Pine. 

CAMPBELL WM. B., architect 
and builder, res Water. 

Canfield T. C., policeman, 
res Broad, 


Cannon Mrs. E., widow, res 
Bridge. 

Cantine Garrett A., laborer, 
res Cottage. 

Carley Abram B., res Sac st. 

Carter D. D., whitewasher, 
res Water. 

Carter R. D., res High. 

Cascad e Blue Gravel Mining 
Co., 400 a, S N. Strana- 
han, agt. 

CASHIN & CO., wholesale 
butchers, Sacramento st. 

Cashin John (Cashin & Co.), 
res Sacramento st. 

Cashner& Utting, frmr, 80 a 

Casper Kaskil, clothing, cor 
Pine and Com’l. 

Caswell T. H., res Aristoc- 
racy Hill. 

Cement Hill Pluming and 
Mining Co., S. N. Strana- 
han, agt. 

Centennial Mining Co., D. 
Felton, agt. 

Centennial Gravel Mining 
Co., 850 a, Wm. Down- 
ing. agt. 

Chaix Eugene, Iqrs, Broad. 

Champion James, co. sur- 
veyor, court house, res 
Grass Valley. 

Chapel Geo., miner, res Gold 
Flat. 

Charles E. W., physician, 
near Court House. 

Chase C. H., musician, bds 
Union Hotel 

Chaty Adolph, miner, res 
Spring 

Christoe James, miner, res 
Sac. st. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadvt^ay , Chico 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 



Go to TICKNER, BURNHAM Sc Co’s for GrocericSj Provisions, Wagons and Farming Implements, Chico. 


<St. W. GRAVES, Drugs and Cheinicals, Ciiic<> 


NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


Church Geo A., engineer,, 
res Prospect Hill. 

Church John A., frmr, 320 
acres. 

CITIZENS’ BANK, John T. 
Morgan, cashier, E. M. 
Preston, President, Broad. 

Clancy Daniel, blacksmith, 
res Coyote. 

Clancy Patrick, blacksmith 
and wagonmkr, Broad. 

Clark J., agt flour mills, res 
Pine. 

Clark Joseph, miner, factory. 

Clarke M. C. (Hanly & 
Clarke. ) 

Cleave John C., laborer, res 
Sac. St. 

Cleave Robt., gardener, res 
Sac. st. 

Cleaveland Chas., frmr, 160 a 

Clonay P., laborer, res Bridge 

CLUTTER SAMUEL, carriage 
and wagonmkr, Broad, res 
Nevada st. 

Coan Michael, 20 a, and 
water ditch. 

Coats J. R., moulder, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Coe A., farmer. 

Coe W. R., boots and shoes, 
cor Main and Com’l, res 
Upper Main. 

Gold Spring Mining Com- 
pany. 450 a, M. L. Marsh, 
President. 

Cole Archibald, fruit raiser 
and carpenter, res Boulder 

Colley James, butcher. Broad 
res Nevada st. 

Colley Wm., butcher, res 
Spring. 


COLLINS DANIEL, co. as 
sessor, court house, res 
Grass Valley. 

Como Mine, J. L. Holland, 
agent. 

Conlan Roger, liquors. Broad 

Conn & Eddy, Iqrs, Broad. 

Conn J. B. (Conn & Eddy), 
res Broad. 

Connelley Mrs. E., dressmkr, 
res West Broad. 

Connelley Michael, miner, res 
West Broad. 

Cook Jerome H., carpenter, 
res Water. 

Cooper G. A., farmer, 160 
acres. 

Cooper H., barkeeper. 

Cooper Harvey, asst, sup’t 
V. Flume- Co., res East 
Broad. 

Cornell C. W., carpenter, res 
Nevada. 

Costello Francis, express- 
man, res Washington road 

Coughlan James [H., miner, 
res Nimrod. 

Coughlan Michael, miner, res 
Nimrod. 

Coughlan Thomas F., miner, 
res Nimrod. 

Courtarde P. T., painter, res 
Broad. 

Craig Isaac, miner, res Cot- 
tage. 

Craig Wm., bar keeper, res 
Pine. 

Cramer Jacob, carpenter, res 
Prospect Hill. 

CRAWFORD W. H., agt Eu- 
reka Stage and Express 
Co., res Main. 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts ; Marysville v 


HIBBARD fie SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1*000 Watches in 8 Years 


NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 355 


Crawford Mrs. VV. H. (Les- 
ter & Crawford ) 

Crocker Charles, bar keeper. 

Crosby A. B., reduction 
works, bds Union Hotel. 

Crosby Chas., pioneer reduc- 
tion works, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Cross Chas. W. (Johnson & 
Cross), atty at law, res 
Broad. 

Cross J. A., res Boulder. 

Cullovin James, mining claim 

CUNNINGHAM WM., prop’r 
Eureka Express and Stage 
Co., Broad and Main, office 
Broad. 

Curry Thomas, miner, res 
Half-mile House. 

Curtis Miss, dress mkr. Broad 

Curtis Mrs. K., widow, res 
near Depot. 

Curtis Samuel, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Damon Mrs, S. C., widow, 
res Lost Hill. 

Danforth Geo. H., teamster, 
res Factory. 

Danis L., frmr, 8o a. 

Dassonville H J., painter,bds 
Union Hotel. 

Davenport S. B,, notary pub- 
lic and genl ins agt, cor 
Broad and Pine, res Piety 
Hill. 

Davey Bennett, miner. 

Davey Mrs. Ludy, waitress. 

Davie Geo., miner, res Broad 

Davis Mrs. Bridget, frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Davis E. A. (Gray, Davis & 
Co.), res Spring. 


Davis Rev. Geo. R., clergy- 
man, (Episcopal), res 
Water, 

Davis Mrs. Mary, res Coyote 

Davis Z. P., gunsmith. Broad, 
res Spring. 

Deadwood Mining Company, 
quartz claim, W. H. Smith, 
Secretary. 

Deal Mrs. A. V., widow, res 
Broad. 

Dean E. D,, miner, res 
Coyote. 

Dean Frederick, res East 
Broad. 

Dean J. C., miner, res Sacra- 
mento St. 

Dean J. W,, lumberman, res 
Boulder. 

Debernardi J., mining claim. 

De Lanza F., atty at law, res 
Main. 

Delbridge John, miner, res 
Pine. 

HEZELL JAMES, clerk V 
Flume Co, 

Dickerman J. C., upholsterer, 
res Church. 

Dickinson L. D., hostler, res 
National Exchange Hotel. 

Dixon John, plasterer, res 
Water. 

Dodge Wm., miner, res 
Broad. 

Donly John, miner, res 
Bridge. 

Dorsey Henry, laundry, res' 
Coyote. 

Dower John, miner, res 
Broad. 

Downing J, W., tailor, Main, 
480 a. 


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356 NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 


Downey Wm., miner. 

Draper Wm., res Spring. 

Dreyfuss Louis W., brewery. 
Spring. 

Driver Mrs. E., widow, 
Bridge. 

Ducray John B., miner, res 
East Broad. 

Duffy Patrick, miner, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Duffy Edward, Sr., miner. 

Duncker Henry, miner. 

BUNN J. S., sup’t V Flume 
Co., 1 60 a. 

Dunnicliff John, brick mason, 
res Sacramento st. 

Durand Alphonse, miner. 

Dussum Frank, steward 
County Hospital. 

Earl Wm., Ibr, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Earl Wm., miner, res Na- 
tional Exchange Hotel. 

Ebaugh J. P., frmr, 40 a. 

Eddy Mrs. B. C., widow, res 
Factory. 

Eddy Chas, H. clerk, res 
School. 

Eddy J. H. (Seaman & 
Eddy.) 

Eddy S. A. (Conn & Eddy), 
res Nevada. 

Eddy S. J.. miner, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Eddy Wm., miner, res Lost. 

Edin J. H., frmr, 100 a. 

Edward H. J., cook. 

Eds on C. J., watchmkr and 
jeweler. Broad, res Pine. 

Edwards & Co., toll road 
from Selby Flat to the 
Hunsebeck House. 


Edwards E. S., miner, res 
Boulder. 

Edwards Maltby, res Broad. 

EILER 3 IAN FR 4 NK, prop’r 
Stumpf Hotel, 63 Broad. 

Eisen & Co., dry goods and 
clothing. Broad. 

Eisen Adolph (A. Eisen & 
Co.), res Spring. 

Eiliott Miss A., writing tchr, 
res Sacramento st. 

Emmons Louis, carpenter, 
res Coyote. 

Empey Geo., hostler, res 
Stumpf’s Hotel. 

Enderloin Wm., miner, res 
Spring 

Erskine Samuel, laborer, res 
Park ave. 

EUREKA STAGE & EXPRESS 
CO., W m. Cunningham, 
prop’r, W. H. Crawford, 
agent. Broad. 

Eustis Joseph meat market, 
Com’l, res Boulder. 

Evans John, miner, res Nim- 
rod. 

Evans Noah, farmer, 160 a. 

Evans Wm. F., clerk with 
W^. F. & Co., res Na- 
tional Ex. Hotel. 

Excelsior Mining Company. 

Fairhurst Geo. W., res 
Spring. 

Fall Creek Water Company, 
D, T. Hughes, sup’t. 

FAY JAMES, barber. Main. 

Federal Loan Mining Co., 
frmr, no a., J, Bachtol, 
agent. 

Feenay Wm. (Robinson & 
Feenay), res Union Hotel. 


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NEV NEVADA 


Fellon Frank, steward. 

Felton D., miner, bds Union 
Hotel 

Ferrand Chas., photographer. 
Pine. 

Finchley W. T., teamster, 
res Zion. 

Findley Henry, butcher. 

Findley W. A., teamster, 26 
West Broad. 

Flack Joseph, millwright, res 
Broad. ' 

Fleming J. D., clerk, res 
Main. 

Floyd Joseph, miner, res 
Broad. 

Floyd William, miner, res 
Main. 

Flower T. W., hydraulic pipe 
manufacturer, res cor Pine 
and Broad. 

Fogeli Casper, brewery, 
Main. 

Foote Louis, miner, res Half- 
mile Plouse. 

Ford Chancey, stone cutter, 
res Nimrod. 

Fouyer Joseph, miner, res 
Factory. 

Freeman M., blacksmith, res 
Broad. 

Fulweiler C. H., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Gafney L. L., North San 
Juan stage driver, res 4 
West Broad. 

GARTHE LEOPOLD, justice 
of the peace, notary pub- 
lic and ins. agt, Broad, res 
Main. 

GAULT ALEX., groceries and 
bakery, Broad. 


COUNTY. NEV 357 


GAYLORD E. H., dist. atty.. 
Court House, res Na- 
tional Ex. 

Getchell Dana B., hydraulic 
pipe manufacturer,res Sac- 
ramento St. 

Getchell Daniel F.. Ibr, res 
Sacramento st. 

Getchell Geo. S. S., road tax 
collector, res Sacramento 
street. 

Giacomallo G., 8o a. and 
water ditch. 

Gibson Miss M. B.. res Piety 
Hill. 

Giles Timothy, engineer, res 
Sacramento st. 

Gillet Felix, barber. Pine. 

Gitchell G. S. S., water right 
and ditch. 

Glenn Wm., Ibr. res Factory 

Godiar Henry, tarmer, i6o 
acres. 

Godair Louis barber. Broad. 

Goette Henry, frrnr, 8o a. 

GOLD ROOM, J. V. Pettit, 
manager, Iqrs, Broad. 

Gold Run Mining Co., Geo. 
E. Turner, agt. 

Gorl Mrs. Mary, widow, res 
Boulder. 

Gove Harrison, mining claim 

Gove ri. L., brick mason, res 
2 Park avenue. 

Graham J. A., livery stable, 
Main. 

Grant Mrs. M. A., widow, res 
Coyote. 

Granfell Thos., miner, res 
Broad. 

Granville Thomas M., miner, 
res Gold Flat. 


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358 NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


Graves Mrs. I., widow, res 
Pine. 

OKAY, DAVIS & € 0 ., prop’r 
Nevada Tri-weekly Her- 
ald, cor Broad and Pine. 

Gray Geo. A., carpenter, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Gray Geo. F., miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Gray J. B. (Gray, Davis & 
Co.), res Spring. 

Gray Mrs. J. B., widow, res 
Spring. 

Gray J. H., miner, res Piety 
Hill. 

Gray Miss M. A., varieties, 
Broad, res Piety Hill, 

Gregory Mrs. A. B., widow, 
res Prospect Hill. 

Cribbing Edward, miner, res 
Half-mile House. 

Griffiths J. S., teamster, res 
Park avenue. 

Grimes Charles, clerk, res 
Main. 

Grimes John, miner, res Sac- 
ramento St. 

Gross James, miner, res 
Broad. 

Groves W. C., undertaker, 
Broed, res High. 

Grun Mrs. H., frmr, 120 a. 

Guenther Henry (Baltz & 
Guenther), res Boulder. 

Guild T. G., furniture and 
auctioneer, Broadway, res 
Nevada. 

Guinn Mrs. E., widow, res 
near Half-mile House. 

Guscetti Bros., frmrs, 1 30 a. 

Hackley James, miner, res 
Coyote. 


Hager E. P., farmer, 97 acres 

Hahn John, barkeeper, res 
Spring. 

Halermoler Henry, frmr, 240 
acres. 

Hall J. E. C., frmr, 40 a, and 
mining claim. 

Hall J. W., teamster, res 
Lost Hill. 

Hamden H. A. (Hamden & 
Scott.) 

Hamden & Scott, restaurant, 
Com’I. 

Hamilton John, laborer, res 
Sac. St. 

Hamilton John H., restaur- 
ant, Pine, res Spring. 

Hanley John, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Hanly & Clarke, liquors. 
Main. 

Hanly Jno. (Hanly & Clarke) 

HANLY MIKE, Confederate 
X roads, junction of Main 
and Com’I. 

Hanly Thos., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Hanson A. H., prop’r Na 
tional Ex. Hotel, Broad. 

Harding Geo., porter. 

Harmony Mining Co., A. H. 
Parker, agent. 

Harper , waiter. 

narrigan Mrs. S. A., widow. 

Harris Tnos., cook Half- 
mile House. 

Harrison C., painter, bds 
Union Hotel. 

HARRISON J. H., butcher, 
fruits, etc.. Broad. 

Harry Edward, miner, res 
Coyote. 


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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


Hart John W., miner, res 
Coyote 

Hartung A., watchmaker, res 
Broad. 

Haskins II. H., clerk with 
E. C. Mulloy,res Piety Hill 

Hassell J. C., barber, Com’l. 

Hathaway F. M., mine owner 
res Nevada st 

Hawk Mrs. E., 40 acres. 

Hawk Thomas., miner, res 
Broad. 

Hawkins John, miner, res 
Spring. 

Hayes 1 . N., teamster, res 
Pine. 

Hayes Robert J., Ibr, res 
Park avenue. 

Heiberger Jacob, Ibr, res 
Spring. 

Helm A. E., miner, res 
Coyote. 

Helm Mrs. C., widow, res 
Coyote. 

Henassey James H., hostler, 
res National Exchange 
Hotel. 

Hening A. W., frmr, 25 a. 

Hennemann A. (Schmitburg 
& Hennemann.) 

Henry Patrick, miner, res 
Spring. 

Hentze G. W., clerk, res 
Boulder. 

Hepler Chas., carpenter, res 
Boulder. 

Hern G. W., bar kpr, res 
National Exchange Hotel. 

Herzinger H. L. (Gray, Da- 
vis & Co.), res Pine. 

Herzinger J. A., blacksmith, 
res Pine. 


Herzinger John, bootmaker. 
Pine, res Pine. 

Hicks Edwin, miner, res 
Pine. 

Hicks John, Ibr, res East 
Broad. 

Hicks Thos. H., engineer, res 
Piety Hill. 

Hill Robert, teamster. 

Hirschmann & Grove, mining 
claim. 

Hitchen J, H., miner, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Hobart & Lord, mining 
claims. 

Hoel Mrs. S. M., widow, res 
Broad. 

Hoffmann August, carpenter, 
res Nevada st. 

Holbrook Miss F. B., assist- 
ant P. M., res School. 

Holbrook Frank, tmstr, res 
Pine. 

Holbrook Mrs. F. W., res 
Pine. 

HOLBROOK J. S., postmaster. 
Broad, res School. 

Holbrook Otis, carpenter, res 
Pine. 

Holbrook Wm., miner, res 
Broad. 

Holland J. L., mining sup’t, 
res Piety Hill. 

Holland W., teamster, res 
Nevada st. 

Holmes Wm. H., harness 
and saddles, cor Main and 
Coyote, res Boulder. 

Honsinger P„ miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Hooper John, miner, res 
Lost Hill. 


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360 NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 


Hook John F., bootmkr, 1 1 
Com’l, res High. 

Hooper Matthew, miner, res 
Spring. 

Horner John W., clerk. 

Hothersall Elijah, miner. 

Houstoh R. J., frmr, 160 a. 

Housel David, farmer. 

Howe Mining Co., W’. A. 
Sigourney, agent. 

Huffman W., miner, res Nev. 
street. 

Hughes Geo. M., door and 
sash factory, Pine, res 
Aristocracy Hill. 

Hughes T. L., frmr, 200 a. 

Hughson P. E., dentist, cor 
Pine and Broad, res Spring 

HUNERFAUTH PETER, Iqrs, 
Pine, res Broad. 

Hunt R. M., physician, cor 
Broad and Pine, res Nev. 
street. 

Hunter J. V., mine owner, 
res Nevada st. 

Hupp Geo. S., atty-at-law 
and notary public, cor 
Broad and Pine, res Main. 

Hurst Henry, engineer, res 
Broad. 

HURST JNO., New York 
Bakery, 24 Com’l, res 
Boulder. 

Hussey Michael, frmr, 40 a. 

Hutchison David, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Hutchison John, miner, res 
Lost Hill. 

Hyman Bros., clothing, cor 
Broad and Pine. 

Hyman H. W. (Hyman 
Bros.), res Main. 


Irish A. H , carpenter, Broad, 
res High. 

Isaac J. E., painter, res High. 

Tsoard A., liquors, 61 Broad, 
res West Broad. 

JACK JOHN, cigars, tobacco, 
candy, nuts, etc.. Pine, res 
Spring. 

JackaThos., bootmaker, Broad 
res Spring. 

Jackson J. (Jackson & Rich- 
ards), res Broad. 

Jackson & Richards, grocer- 
ies, 73 Broad. 

Jacob Frederick, teamster, 
res Park ave. 

Jacob Henry, Sr., teamster, 
res Park ave. 

Jacob John, laborer, res 
Park ave. 

Jacobs G. F., miner, res East 
Broad. 

Jacobs I. (I. Jacobs & Co.), 
res Main. 

Jacobs I. & Co., dry goods, 
Broad. 

Jacobs L. (I. Jacobs & Co.), 
res Main. 

Jamieson Alexander (Shurt- 
leff & Jamieson), res cor 
Broad and Cottage. 

Jenkin Thos., miner. 

Jenkins Alfred, miner, res 
Broad. 

Jenkins James, laborer, res 
Coyote. 

Jenkins Joseph, harnessmkr. 
Broad. 

Jennings W. H., frmr, 640 
acres. 

Jewell E. (Kistle & Jewell), 
res Spring. 


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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 361 

JOHNSON & CROSS, attys-at- 
law, cor Broad and Pine. 

Johnson Geo., miner, res 
Sac. St. 

Johnson James L., laborer. 

Johnson J. B. (Johnson & 
Cross), atty-at-law and 
notary public, res Pine. 

Johnson S., miner, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Johnson Thos., laborer. 

Johnston J. E., furniture, 34 
Com’l, res Broad. 

Johnston R. S., miner. 

JOHNSTON W. J., hardware, 
iron, steel, stoves, tinware 
and crockery. Main. 

Joice Wm., hostler, bds Na- 
tional Exchange Hotel. 

Jones Hiram, Ibr, res Boulder 

Jones Joseph, miner, bds 
Union Hotel 

Joy Wm., miner, res Pine. 

Joyce Wm. T., miner, res 
Spring. 

Justice C., miner, res Factory 

Justice John, miner, res Fac- 
tory. 

Kalagher Cornelius, carpen- 
ter. res Cottage. 

Kalagher Patrick, Ibr, res 
Cottage. 

Keith L. C., quartz mill, res 
Plaza. 

Keller Chas., pottery. Pros- 
pect Mill. 

Keller Wm., baker. 

Kenney James, bootmaker. 

Kent Chas., res Nevada st. 

Kent Chas. C., clerk. 

Kent Wm., dentist Main. 

Kastenmacher Wm., waiter. 

Kestle James W., miner, res 
Boulder. 

Kestle Wm. H., teamster, res 
Park avenue 

KINKEAD JAMES, upholster- 
er, Com’l, res Park avenue 

Kinkead James, Jr., miner,res 
Park avenue. 

Kinney James, bootmkr, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Kirkham Wm. W., miner. 

Kistle & Jewell, Iqrs, cor 
Spring and Pine. 

Kistle Jno. (Kistle & Jewell.) 

Kistle W m., fruit grower, res 
Boulder. 

Kitts James, 68 a and quartz 
mill. 

Kitts Wm., 8o a, and mining 
claim. 

Klingenspor & Walters, bar- 
bers, National Exchange 
Hotel 

Klingsenpor Chas. (Klings- 
enspor & Walters), res 
National Exchange Hotel. 

Kneipp Louis, butcher. 

Knowles M. L., Ibr, res 
Nimrod. 

Knowles Moses, Ibr, res 
Nimrod. 

Knowlton L. W.. printer. 
Gazette office. 

Knowlton Mrs.L. W., widow, 
res High. 

Kohler Geo., teamster, res 
Washington. 

Kornhammer Chr., bootmkr. 
Broad. 

Kreiss Henry, Ibr, res Zion. 

Lachsinger N., farmer, 8o 
acres. 


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362 NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


Lademan A., capitalist, res 
Broad. 

Laird A. T., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Lamping A. W., miner, res 
Coyote. 

Landrigan W m., carpenter, 
res 24 West Broad. 

Laney John, mining claims. 

Lawrence H. IL, clerk, res 
Broad. 

LAWRENCE JOHN, propri- 
etor kitchen cabinet table. 
Broad. 

Layton Henry, 40 a, min’g 
claims. 

Lecoqr C., cook, bds Union 
Hotel.- 

Leeman A. M., teamster, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Lester Mrs. A. W. (Lester & 
Crawford), res Spring. 

Lester & Crawford, varieties, 
Main. 

Lewis Joseph, miner, res 
Bridge. 

Lockhardt J. T., sup’t Bruns- 
wick Mine, res Boulder. 

Locklin Benj., dairy, res 
Pine. 

LOCKLIN J. C., blacksmith 
and wagonmkr, Broad and 
Main. 

Lones H. A., laborer, res 
West Broad. 

Long Mrs., widow, res Pine. 

Long Chas. W., waiter Na- 
tional Exchange. 

Long J. F., painter, res East 
Broad. 

Long W. D., atty-at-law, 
Broad, res Nevada st. 


Long W. S., city assessor. 
Broad, res Long. 

Longhridge C. P., conductor 
N. C. N. G. R. R., bds 
Union Hotel. 

Lord A. R., carpenter, res 
Boulder. 

Lord A. R. & S. P., quartz 
ledge. 

Lotz Henry, liquors, near 
depot. 

Loughhead John, frmr 92 a 

Loyd Mrs. Isaac, widow, 
res Main. 

Luchsinger & Wicksey,frmrs 
320 acres. 

Ludby Wm., butcher, res 
Sac. St. 

LUETJE F. C., watchmaker, 
oo Broad. 

Lucy & Ebaugh, 25 a, min’g 
claims. 

Lutz Bernhard, bootmaker, 
Broad. 

Maas Peter, barkeeper. 

Mackvine Joseph, miner, res 
Gold Flat 

Maher Thomas, miner, res 
Sacramento st. 

Maillot John F., druggist, res 
East Broad. 

MAILLOT VIC A., Silver Pal- 
ace Saloon, Com’l, res 
Broad. 

Mallen C. H., engineer, res 
Nevada st. 

Maltman Oscar, reduction 
works, G. V. road, res 
Water. 

Manhattan Mining Co., T. 
W. Sigourney, agt. 

Manning Wm., waiter. 


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NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 363 


Mannix Dennis, miner, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Mannix John miner, res 
Prospect Hill. 

Manzanita Mining Co., J. W. 
Hart, Sup’t. 

Marker F. T., miner, res 
Coyote. 

Marriner Hiram, miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Marsh D. (iM. L. & D. 
Marsh) , res Park avenue. 

Marsh M. L. & D., lumber, 
planing and sawmills, 880 
a, Boulder. 

Marshall John, miner, res 
Lost Hill. 

Martin & Co.’s mine. 

Martin J., bootmkr,res Main. 

Martin Mrs. M., widow, res 
Cottage. 

Massie John, res Coyote. 

Mattison Mrs. C. C., frmr, 
120 a. 

McAlister T. S., foreman 
Empire Stables, res Union 
Hotel. 

McArthur John, blacksmith, 
res Lost Hill. 

McBrown John, miner, res 
Church. 

McCauley Daniel, mining 
claims. 

McCauley Hugh, miner, res 
Spring. 

McClain Alex. J., miner, res 
Prospect. 

McClintock C., frmr, 215 a. 

McCloud Mrs. E., widow,res 
133 Pine. 

McCormack N., farmer, 160 
acres. 


McCrandle James, miner, res 
Lost Hill. 

McCutchan F. A., printer, 
res Canada Hill. 

McCutcheon R. G., mining 
claims. 

McElvey Chas., miner, res 
Park avenue. 

McFarland J. F., farmer, 80 
acres. 

McGovern Peter, frmr, 40 a. 

McHugh Chas., frmr, 40 a. 

McKelvey H. C., carpenter, 
res Main. 

McKeon Dennis, 120 a, min- 
ing, land and water ditch. 

McNally Mrs. A. E., widow. 

McNeely A., carpenter, res 
Piety Hill. 

Meacham J. J., news depot. 
Broad, res Sacramento st. 

Meagher Rev. D., clergy- 
man (Catholic), res near 
Church. 

Mein Thos., Sup’t Derbec 
Mine, Bloomfield, res East 
Broad. 

Mellhorn & Co., quartz mine 

Merrian W. H., Ibr, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Meservey W. E., yard boss, 
V Flume Co. 

Messenger H. W., Sup’t 
Nevada Gravel Mine, bds 
Union Hotel. 

MICHEL JUSTIN, watchmkr 
and jeweler. Broad. 

Miller B. H., clothing. Broad 

Miles Samuel, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Millhone John, miner, res 
East Broad. 


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364 NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 

Mills H. C., feed stable, Pine, 
res Sacramento st. 

Mills Mrs. H. C., dressmaker, 
res Sacramento st. 

Mills T. E,, proprietor Round 
Mountain House. 

Missouri Bar Mining Co. 

Mitchell John, miner, res Sac- 
ramento st. 

Mitchell Samuel, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Mitten John, carpenter, res 
Piety Hill. 

Monitor Quartz Mine, Colley 
& Mills, proprietors. 

Monro James, meat market, 
Commercial st., res Scotch 
Hill. 

Monroe & Regan, mill claims. 

Montana Mining Co. 

Montell 0 . D., whitewasher. 
Commercial st. 

Montgomery W. H., sheriff. 
Court House. 

Moody Isaiah, frmr, 40 acres 

Moore , teamster, res 

East Broad. 

Moran T. C., liquors, cor 
Commercial and Pine, res 
West Broad. 

Morgan John T., cashier Cit- 
izens’ Bank, res Main. 

Morrison R., carpenter, res 
Piety Hill. 

Morrison Mrs. R. B., widow, 
res Park ave. 

Morrison Samuel, carpenter, 
res Zion. 

Morrison S. M., carpenter, 
res Piety Hill. 

Moyle William, miner, res 
Pine. 

Muller Edward, teacher of 
music and foreign lan- 
guages, res junction Com- 
mercial and Broad. 

MULLOYCHAS. E., groceries, 
52 Broad, res junction East 
and West Broad. 

Mulry Malachi, miner, res 
Main. 

Vlurchie Andrew, frmr, 8o a. 

Murchie J. C., miner, res Pine. 

Murchie J. S., mining claims. 

Murchie Mining Co., C. C. 
Perkins, superintendent. 

Murchie W. H. & S. T., 
farmers, 1 6o acres. 

Natfziger Charles J., meat 
market, Commercial. 

NAFFZIGER JACOB, propritr 
Union Hotel, Main. 

NAFFZIGER & POWELL, 
liquors. Main. 

Nancell Joseph, porter. 

Nebraska and W ait for the 
W agon Claim, P. Richards, 
agent. 

Nelson Mrs. F., widow, res 
Boulder. 

Nelson John, farmer. 

Nelson O. A., sawyer, res 
Nevada st. 

NEVADA DAILY TRANS- 
CRIPT, Brown & Co., 
prop’rs, Com’l. 

Nevada Gas Co., B. T. Allen, 
sup’t, Coyote. 

Nevada Gold Quartz and 
Mining Co,, John Berry, 
sup’t 

Nevada and Grass Valley 
Wood and Lumber Co., J. 

Dunn, sup't. 


Colasa Stage Co.. General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Snpt 



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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 365 


Nevada Gravel Mining Co., 
H. W. Messenger, agt. 

Nevada Hydralic Mining Co., 
John Spaulding, sup’t. 

Nevada Ice Co., ^20 acres. 

NEVADA T K I - W E E K L Y 
HERALD, Gray, Davis & 
Co., prop’rs, cor Broad and 
Pine. 

Nevis Manwell, laborer, res 
East Broad. 

New England Mine, R. D. 
Wade, sup’t 

New York Canon Consoli- 
dated Blue Gravel Mining 
Co., E. W. Bigelow, sect’y 

New York & Grass Valley 
Mining Co,, T. Housman, 
agent. 

Nichols Chas,, miner, res 
Gold Flat. 

Nicholson , carpenter, 

res 133 Pine. 

NICHOLSON T. L., orchar 
dist, two miles west of 
Nevada City ; 3,000 trees, 
5,000 grape vines,; raises 
1 40 tons of fruit per year. 

Nihell G. A., clerk. 

Nihell L., carpenter, res Ne 
vada st. 

Nilon T. S., miner, res 
Washington. 

Nivens Archie, Jr., cigars & 
tobacco, and agt W. U. 
Tel. Co., Pine, res East 
Broad. 

Northern Light Mining Co., 
Thos. Crase, agt. 

NORTON M. W., liquors. 

Nunes Mighel, laborer, res 
Coyote. 


O’Conner Thomas, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Odel Mrs. A. M., widow, res 
Spring. 

Oliver D, J., miner, res Pine. 

Oliver Joseph, engineer, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Oliver Mrs. M B., dress 
mkr, res Pine. 

ORGAN N. J., contractor and 
builder, res Piety Hill. 

Ortzman John, water ditch. 

Ortzman & Wood, mining 
claims. 

Osborn Wm., teamster, res 
Nevada st. 

OTT JAMES J., assayer,Main, 
res Aristocracy Hill. 

Otwell Thos. E., waiter. Na- 
tional Ex. Hotel. 

Palmer L. O., millwright, res 
Nevada st. 

Parker A. H. book-kpr, res 
Union Hotel. 

Parsons J. F., millwright, res 
Nevada st. 

Pascoe Richard, miner, res 
Half-mile House. 

Pattison John,Sec’y Citizens’ 
Bank, res Prospect Hill. 

Paul Dan’l, tmstr, res Neva- 
da st. 

Paul & Fremain, mining elms. 

Payne J. N., county treasurer. 
Broad, res Union Hotel. 

Peard Thomas, superintendt 
Pittsburg Mine, res Nimrod 

Pennsylvania Mining Co. 

Perry C. A., engineer, res 
Water. 

PINGREE I. 0 ., barkeeper, 
res foot of Broad. 


J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chioo 


HiiLLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and Crcneral Painters’ Stock, Chico, Cal. 



TICENER. BURNHAM & CO. BnylGrain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 




G. W. GRAVES” Toilet Articles and Perlumery Chico 


366 NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 


PINOREE MRS. M., saloon 
and lodging house, foot of 
Broad. 

Pioch F. L. A.. 240 acres, 
and water ditch and mine. 
Pioneer Reduction Co., A. 

B. Crosby, proprietor. 
Pittsburg Mining Co. 
Pockman T. S., barkeeper, 

res Broad. 

Poole H. G., clerk. 

Potosi Mining Co. 

Power Frank, school teacher, 
res Water. 

PRESTON E. M., president 
Citizens’ Bank, res 16 
East Broad. 

Price T. D., miner, res off 
Nimrod. 

Proctor E. K., book-keeper, 
res National Ex. Hotel. 
Providence Mining Co., R. 

C. Walworth, superintndt. 
Pettemyer H., farmer, 1 60 a. 
Quentana J. P., miner, res 

Nimrod. 

Quigley Mrs. John, res Coyote 
Ragon A. J., miner, res 
Coyote. 

Ragon Geo. W., miner, res 
Main. 

Rapp John A., county re- 
corder, court house, res 
National Ex. 

Raymond J. S., carpenter, 
res Zion. 

Reardan T. B., disct. judge, 
res National Ex. 

Reseigfh John, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Rich J. C., laborer, res Piety 
Hill. 


RICHARDS CHAS., liquors. 
Broad, res Spring. 

Richards David, miner, res 
Broad. 

Richards H., miner, res Gold 
Flat. 

Richards John, laborer, res 
Sac. St. 

RICHARDS PHILIP, banker. 
Main, res Butte Creek. 

Richards W. G, (Richards 
& Jackson), res N. Y. 
Hotel. 

Richards Wm. S., hotel. 
Broad. 

Richmond Mrs. F. G., wid., 
res Aristocracy Hill. 

Richmond Frank, miner, res 
Water. 

Rison Alberc, laborer. 

Robb Chas., cook. 

Roberts John, miner, res 
Half-mile House. 

Roberts Phil., clerk, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Roberts T. N., farmer, 280 
acres, 

Robinson Chas. F., groceries. 
Broad. 

Robinson & Feenay, horse- 
shoers, cor Sacramento 
and Boulder. 

Robinson G. E., co. sup’t 
public schools, court house, 
res Broad. 

Robinson John, prop’r Cen- 
tral House and mining 
claim. 

Robinson J. W. (Robinson 
& Eeenay), res Water. 

Robinson R. E., editor 
Herald, res West Broad. 


Oolnaa Staire Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Snpt. 



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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 367 


Robinson Thos. L., carpen- 
ter, res Park ave. 

Rocky Mining Co., Paul 
Richards, agent. 

Rodgers G. W., laborer, res 
Main. 

Rodgers Mrs. G. W., music 
teacher, res Main. 

Rogers J. J., notary public 
and book-kpr. Broad, res 
Water. 

Rogers Mrs. Josiah, 270 a. 

Rogers S. L., printer, res 
Water. 

Rolfe I. J., collector Internal 
Revenue, Broad, res West 
Broad. 

Rose & Gunner, 1 20 a, min- 
ing claims. 

ROSENBERG BROS., dry and 
fancy goods, carpets, oil 
cloths, ladies’ and chil- 
dren’s shoes. Broad. 

Rosenberg Morris (Rosen- 
berg Bros.), res Union 
Hotel. 

Rosenthal Adolph, clerk. 

ROSENTHAL ALBERT, varie- 
ties and toys, Com’l. 

Ross Ampton, teamster, res 
Boulder. 

Rudolph J. F., druggist. 
Broad. 

Rudolph Mrs. J. F., photo- 
grapher, Broad. 

Rupley Theodore, miner, res 
Gold Flat. 

Russell L. M., miner, res 
Gold Flat. 

Sackett F. A., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Sailor Flat Mining Company 


Sanborn N. J., miner, res 
East Broad. 

Sanford A., capitalist, res 
Park ave. 

Sanford Geo., res Spring. 

San Jose Mining Co., C. 
Fogele, agent. 

Sanver Vic, farmer, 40 acres 

Schemer B., miner,res Spring 

Schmitt John, miner, res 
Broad. 

Schmittburg G. Von 
(Schmittburg & Henne- 
man), res Piety Hill. 

Schmittburg & Hennemann. 
liquors, Com’l. 

Schwartz Chas., agt Excel- 
sior Water and Mining 
Co., res Boulder. 

Scott Jno. (Hamden & 
Scott.) 

Scott Wm., constable, near 
Broad. 

Scott Richard, clerk Na- 
tional Exchange Hotel & 
stage agent. 

Seaman C. (Seaman &Eddy) 
res Union Hotel. 

Seaman & Eddy, black- 
smiths, Coyote. 

Seaman Wm., blacksmith & 
wagonmkr. Sac. st., res 
Broad. 

Searls Ered., law student, 
res Main. 

Searls Niles, Sr., atty-at-law, 
Church, res Main. 

Seely John A., agent N. C. 
N. G. R. R., res Union 
Hotel. 

Seibert Louis, manufacturer 
Cronk beer, Piety Hill. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


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Dry Goods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothing. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BURNHiliyi &. Co’s, Chico 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, 


368 NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 


Siloam Mine, J. L. Holland, 
agent. 

Senner John, Jr., miner, res 
Factory. 

Senner John, Sr., groceries, 
15 Commercial. 

Senner Wm., clerk, 15 Com- 
mercial. 

Seymour C. H., miner. Main. 

Shallenberger Mrs. S. A., 
mining claims. 

Sharp J. H., miner, res 
Nimrod. 

Sharp Robert, mining claims. 

Shaver M., teamster, res 
Spring. 

Shearer G. W., candies, nuts, 
liquors, etc.. Broad. 

Shearer H. D., laborer, res 
Broad. 

Shurtleff & Jamieson, gro- 
ceries, cor Main & Comr’I. 

Shurtleff Thos., (Shurtleff & 
Jamieson), res Piety Hill. 

Shurtleff Samuel, clerk, res 
Piety Hill. 

Sigourney T. W., capitalist, 
res Nevada st. 

Sigourney W. A., crockery, 
pictures, etc.. Commercial. 

Silva Anton, miner, south of 
Park ave. 

Simmons J. W., boarding 
house. 

Sims J., clergyman (Congre- 
gational), res Main. 

Skehan P., miner, res Nimrod 

Sloan Alex., liquors. Broad, 
res Pine. 

Sloan Wm., res Factory. 

Smith C. B., engineer, res off 
Nimrod. 


Smith E. W., miner, res Park 
ave. 

Smith Mrs. E. W., widow, 
res Park ave. 

Smith George, miner, res 
Nevada st. . 

Smith Gustave, butcher, res 
Broad. 

Smith G. W., proprietor Half 
Mile House, Pine. 

Smith H. V., miner, res Half 
Mile House 

Smith Jacob, tinner. 

Smith John E., miner, res 
Park ave. 

Smith John L., laborer, res 
Half Mile House. 

Smith V. L., carpenter. 

Smith Wm. H., groceries. 
Commercial. 

Smoot Richard N., varieties. 
Main. 

Snapp D. W., res Cottage. 

Snell Mrs. E., widow, res 
Cottage. 

Snell & Jordan, mining elms. 

SOUTH YUBA CANAL CO., 
E. Brown, superintendent. 
Main, 1,440 acres. 

Spring Slide Mining Co. 

Sprung H. J., clerk, res Pine. 

S. S. Banner Mine, J. E. 
Brown, agent. 

Stansfield H., amalgamator, 
res Sacramento st. 

Statts Mrs., wdw, res Coyote 

Stenger Augustus, engineer, 
res Gold Flat. 

Stephens J. W., miner, res 
Spring. 

Sterling Mrs. M. A., dry and 
millinery goods, Commrcl. 


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NEVADA COUNTY. 


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Stevens John, miner, res Half 
Mile House. 

Stewardson Thos., melter, res 
Spring. 

Stewart Geo. W., clerk. 

Stewig J. C., waiter, Natl Ex- 
change. 

Stiles A. A., miner, res Lost 
Hill. 

Stiles A. J., amalgamator, res 
Piety Hill. 

Stiles W. G., miner, res Lost 
Hill. 

Stillwell Mrs., widow, res 
Park ave. 

Stockham J. S., res Nimrod. 

Stoddard S. W., bootmaker. 
Broad res Pine. 

Stonebridge Mrs. C., vegeta- 
ble and fruit raising, res 
Boulder. 

Stout S„ painter, res Spring. 

Striker Henry, wood chop’r. 

Sukeforth L. M., sawyer. 

Summers James, miner, res 
Half Mile House. 

Summers Morris, miner, res 
Half Mile House. 

SUTTON A. ». & P., groceries, 
Commercial. 

Sweney John, cook. 

Swift Miss Jane, furnished 
rooms, Sacramento street. 

Taggard W. H., hostler, res 
Pine. 

TAM ANTONIO, oysters and 
confectionery, Pine, res 
Boulder. 

Thom David, machinist, res 
Spring. 

THOMAS E. B., restaurant, 1 7 
Commercial. 


THOMAS JOSEPH, miner, res 
Piety Hill. 

Thompson J. S., prop’r Nev. 
Tee Co., Plaza, res Boulder. 

Thoss Mrs. F., dressmaker. 
Broad, 

Tiffney A. J., school teacher, 
res Main. 

Tilley Edwin, mining sup’t, 
res 8 East Broad. 

Tomkin William, miner, res 
Broad. 

TOWER A. D., agent W. F. 
& Co., Broad, res Nevada 
street. 

Towner J., miner, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Tregellas Joseph, miner, res 
Spring. 

Trehune Geo., teamster, res 
Broad. 

Tremaine Richard, miner. 

Tremelling James, miner, res 
Half mile House. 

Trimwald Joseph, laborer, 
res Spring. 

Tully N. C., book-keeper, 
res Lost Hill. 

Turner Alfred, laborer, res 
Gold Flat. 

Turner Geo. E., hardware, 
crockery, etc.. Pine, res 
Aristocracy Hill. 

Tyler Geo. W., laborer, res 
Boulder. 

Tyler W. B., res Pine. 

Underwood A., cook, 17 
Com’l. 

UNION HOTEL, Jacob Naff- 
ziger, prop’r. Main. 

Union Mining Co., C. Mc- 
Hughes, agent. 


J.lN.mOAl), Denliat, cor. Second and Broadway. Oiiicol 


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Go to TICENER, BURNHAM &ICo's^for Groceries^ Provisions, Wag'ons and Farming' Implements, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, < Drugs and Chemicals, Chico 


370 NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 

Urmy Rev. W. S., clergy- 
man (Methodist), res Broad 

Valantine H. W., physician, 
Pine, res East Broad. 

Valantine James E., clerk, 
res East Broad. 

V. FLUME CO., J. S Dunn, 
sup’t. 

VINTON W. D., druggist, SW 
cor Broad and Pine, res 
Broad. 

Vivian John, miner, res Piety 
Hill, 

Von Buelow F., physician, 
cor Pine and Com’l, res 
Main. 

VOYCE LUKE, miner, res 
Spring. 

Wade R. D., sup’t New Eng- 
land Mine, bds Union 
Hotel. 

Wadsworth A R., clerk, res 
Bioad. 

Wadsworth Mrs. M. B., wid., 
res Main. 

Waite B. C., tarmer, 160 a. 

Wall Patrick, butcher. 

WALLINO J. M., atty-at-law 
and notary public. Pine, res 
Piety Hill. 

Walrath A. H., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Walrath R, H., Providence 
Mine, bds Union Hotel. 

Walters Wm. (Klingenspor 
& Walters), cor Coyote 
and Washington Road. 

Wanamake S. E., Dutch 
Flat stage driver, res 
Coyote. 

Warring E. R., farmer, 40 a 

Wasleyjoel, miner, res Broad 

WAsson Richard, barkeeper, 
res Pine. 

Waters John, miner, res Sac. 
street. 

Waters Josiah, miner, res 
Sac. St. 

Watkins David, miner, res 
Broad. 

Watson Irving, machinist, res 
Spring. 

Watson Thos., machinist, res 
Spring. 

Webb Richard, miner, res 
Cottage. 

Webber John, dept’y co. 
clerk, court house, res 
Boulder. 

Webber N., farmer, 24 acres. 

Weisenburger C. C., mill- 
wright, res Nevada st. 

Weisenburger Conrad, frmr, 
res Zion. 

WEISENBURGER J. J., law 

student. Pine, res Zion. 

Weiss E., brewery. Sac st. 

Weiss E. F., laborer, res Sac. 
street. 

Welch Geo. W., watchmkr 
and jeweler, music, books 
and stationery. Broad, res 
Nevada st. 

Welch H. S., physician, cor 
Broad and Pine, res Union 
Hotel. 

WELLINGTON DANIEL, propr 
Empire Livery Stable, 
Broad, res Nevada st. 

Willow Valley Mining Co., 
G. W. Welch, agent. 

Wells John C., schl tchr, res 
Main. 

Wells L. H., miner, res Pine 

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Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery, Cor. Fourth and DSts., Marysville ^ 


HIBBAHD' & SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1 >000 Watches in 8 T ears 


NEV 


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NEV 37t 


Wells L. D., miner, res 
Boulder. 

Wenthworth J. H., frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Wetrpore Chas., engineer, 
bds Union Hotel. 

Wheeler J. N., res Piety 
Hill. 

WHITE J. D., county clerk, 
court house, res High. 

White Wm., miner, res Ne- 
vada St. 

Whiting Silas O., teamster, 
res Boulder 

Whittaner & Co., mining 
claims. 

Wichser Matthew, frmr, 8oa 

Wilhelm L. C. butcher, res 
Nevada st. 

Wilkison H. F., miner, res 
Washington. 

Williams J. L., farmer, 115a 

Williams Mrs. L. M., widow, 
res Sacramento st. 

Williams Thos., carpenter, 
res Cottage. 

Williams W. J., miner, res 
Sacramento st. 

Williams W. R., butcher. 

Wilson J. G., res Cottage. 

Wilson L. M., 120 a, and 
water ditch. 

Withington Geo. E., carriage 
and sign painter, Broad. 

Wolf Wm,, groceries, Main, 
res Coyote. 

Woodville Mining Co., S, N. 
Stranahan, agt. 

Worrell Joseph, farmer, 160 
acres. 

Wyoming Mine, J. F. Buf- 
fington, Sup’t. 


Young F. E., miner, bds 
Union Hotel. 

Young Peter, cook. 

ZEKIND ALEX I., cigars and 
tobacco. Broad, res School. 

Confederate X Roads ! 

Djflfflk Moierately 1 1 

PAY ON DELIVERY ! 

Take Your Departure Quietly 

AND CALL AGAIN ON 

MIKE HANLY.* 

Junction of Main and Commercial Streets. 
Nevada City. 

JOHN HURST,” 

PROPRIETOR 

NEW YORK BAKERY, 

No. Commercial Street, 

NEVADA CITY. 

i'reih Bread & Ca&es 

ON HAND. 

WEDDING CAKES TO ORDER. 

A. ROSENTHAL, 

DEALER IN 

Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, 

And a Full Line of 

FATVCY ftOOEVS. 

NEVADA CITY, CAL. 

J. M. WALLING-, 

Attorney at Ijaw 

and 

KSITAMY PUBMCg 

^irLe Street, 

NEVADA CITY, CAL. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & etas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chico. 


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Chico Plow {Porks Warrant all Their Work 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


372 NEV NEVADA COUNTY NEV 


ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 0th, 1860. 



Co32c:LD:r:Lei:cia.l Street, 
NEVADA CITY, CAL. 


sz CO., - - r=>rsor=r5iE'r’orss 

THE DAILY TRAjYSCRIPT IS THE 

teraaAi aa ®®. 

IT GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 

Ooi!r News aii le DeKlopeil of Local lotereats 

AND IS AN EXCELLENT MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS, 


Terms in Advance, — - $10.00 per Year 
For a Less Time, $1.00 per Month 



Heatly ^ Promptly Executed at Reasonable Rates. 
BROWN & CO., Proprietors. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A Harrington, General Supt 




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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 373 





Daily at 5:30 A. M. for JSTorth Bloomfield and 
Moore’s Flat 

Monday, Wednesday a,nd Friday for Granite- 
ville. 

Returning leave Moore’s Fla, t andKorth Bloom- 
field daily. 


Leave Graniteville Tuesday, Thursday and 
Saturday. 



Cit 3 r, Oa-1. 

J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chioo 


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TZCENER. BURNHAM & CO. Bay'Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVE S'l Toilet Articles and Pcrlumery’* ChicoJ 


374 NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 

Nevada Tri-Weeklj Herald 

PUBLISHED 

Everj Miii Tliflrsilaj ani Salorflay Mmg ! 

BY 

GRAY, DAVIS «£ CO. 

Office, Corner Broad and Pine sirects, Up-stairs. 

Terms, one year, $6; Six Months, $3. 

Having the LAHGEST CIRCULATION it is 

THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM 

IIV THE OOTJIVTY. 


SEND FOR ADVERTISING RATES. 



^To_ G3 Bros-d. Street, 


NEVADA CITY. 

MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY 

Board and Lodging hy the Day or Week. 

Hotel conveniently situated and kept in the very best style Choice 
WINES and LIQUOES at the Bar. F. EILERMAN, Proper. 

ST' eind. 2© ^v^a.irr Street, 

NEVADA CITY, OPP. UNION HOTEL. 

Importer and Dealer in 

Hardware, Iron, Steel, Stoves, 

CROCKERY and MILL SUPPLIES. 


Oolnsa Stave Co.« General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harrington, General Supt. 




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NEV 


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NEV 375 



Watchmaker, Jeweler, 


SO b:e50-^zd stiseet, 

NKVADA OITY. 



JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. 

Keep on hand a Fine Assortment of 

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 


PBEOIOWi mmmB, SFEOTAflilS, etc. 



Shop hetwoeo Broad and Main BireelSj 

3SrET7-^JD.^ CIT'-H-. 

Manufacturer of 


WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, 

AND — 



3\/dCiningr Tools- 
HORSESHOEING ERYTHINO 


Iroii& Wood Work, 

leatlj IxoeMtedll 


— IN THE — 

MMW Lite! 


Done at tlie Shortest Notice and on Favorable Terms 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


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G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines and Liquors, 


376 


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NEV 


Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 

At Less than San Francisco Wholesale Prices- 


Having purchased the entire stock of the late N. W. KNOWLTON, 
at a great reduction from the Original Cost, is now selling 

Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware, Etc., Etc. 

WATCHES and CLOCKS REPAIRED and guaranteed for one year. JEWELRY made to 
order in any style desired. Engraving Neatly Done. 


Chicago Restaurant ! 

3- I=^roprietor 

Meals at all Hours. Meals 25 and 50 Cents. 

BOARD BY THE DAY OR WEEK 
C02DQ.3:3Q.ercia,l Street, 

NEVADA CITY. 




PEOPEIETOR OF THE 


ESmpire liivery Stable 


BROAD 

HL With ilefaat 

Street, 

Buggies, 


Hbtoia , 


Cit37-- 


— 

Hacks, 

Teams 


Etc., Etc., 


TO LET ON THE SHORTE$4T NOTICE. 


£. A. Harrington, tPaints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Mary sville. 



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NEV 


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NOR 377 



Successor to E. M. Preston, 



S. W. corner Pine and Broad Sts., Nevada City, Cal. 


7 . OTT, 

Assayer 

GOLD AND ORES 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! 

Refined, Melted and Assayed. 

By request Ciold Bars Exchanged for Coin. 

MAIN STREET. NEVADA CITY, 

Established in 1852. 

Electro-Plating in Gold or Silver. 

PHILIP RICHARDS, 

nSTc. 30 Street, 

NEVADA CITY, CAL. 

Gold Dust Bought and Sold, Bullion 
Discounted. Advances Made on 
Gold Dust or Bullion for 
Coinage at the Mint. 
CHECKS ON SAN FRANCISCO. 

Drafts on Groat Britain, Germany 
and Switzerland 

Correspondent F. BURTON & CO., successor 
of Swiss American Bank, San Francisco. 

llTevada Bahery, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Frtfisloas, 

LIQUORS, CASE GOODS 

ETC., ETC., ETC. 

!Broa,d. Street, 

NEVADA CITY, CAL. 


North Bloomfield, 

P. 0. Situated on the ridge be- 
tween the Middle and South Yubas, 
and is the headquarters of the North 
Bloomfield Water and Mining Co., 
one of the most extensive, and con- 
trolling more capital than any of like 
character in the State. 


American Bar Mining Co., 
H. P. Larson, agt. 

Arfman Martin, miner. 

Back Bone Mining Co., 200 
acres. 

Barron Thos., miner. 

Baugh M. A., miner. 

Bean A. J.. blacksmith. 

Bean Ira, farmer. 

Belmore , lumberman. 

Black Frank, miner. 

Black Mrs. R. C. 

Black William, frmr, 1 60 a. 
Blain Francis, rnchr & tmstr. 
Blair Wm., lumberman. 
Bloomfield Hotel, George 
Edwards, prop’r. 

Bonney James, miner. 
Bonney John, frmr, 160 a. 
Brock Thomas. 

Brockmyer Ben., miner. 
Brockmyer & Co., 65 a,min- 
ing claims. 


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378 NOR 


NEVADA COUNTY. 


NOR 


Carey Patrick, miner. 

Carter Ceorge, miner. 

Carter Mrs. Nancy. 

Carter Randolph, butcher. 

Chase S. L., miner. 

Churchill L. B., miner. 

City Market, H el wig & 
Trood. 

Clark A. L., miner. 

Collough Rodgers, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Crandall & Co., genl mdse. 

Crandall T. P. (Crandall & 
Co.) 

Creegan & Co., miners. 

CREEGAN JAMES, Creegan s 
ranch and mining agent. 

Cullough R,, miner. 

CUMMINGS E., constable and 
saloon keeper. 

Cummings M., miner. 

Cunard J. H., miner. 

Daley James, min r. 

Davis George. 

Davis William, mi er. 

DeBour J. F , fai ner, 160 
acres. 

Dennett A. G., mm’g claim. 

Derbec Blue Gravel Mining 
Co., 600 a, Thos. Mein, 
sup’t. 

Dickinson W. R., genl mdse. 

Dobbie Gen. A. M., sup’t of 
North Bloomfield Ditch & 
Water Co. 

Doherty J. ]., miner. 

Donnelly & Co., 160 a, 
miners. 

Drake James M., blacksmith 

Edwards George, proprietor 
Bloomfield Hotel. 

Edwards & Sanchet, miners. 


Eureka Mining Co., 'J. C. 
Hickman, agent. 

Fay Catharine, ranch. 

Frood Wm., mining claim. 

Frye H. T., miner. 

Gans Chas., miner. 

Gluyas James, sup’t Watt 
Shaft. 

Great Eastern Mining Co., 
R. Penrose, agt. 

Griffin Mrs. M. A. 

Hackley James, miner. 

Haskell Chas., carpenter. 

Harker C., house and lot. 

Harmon & Bishop, 20 a, 
mining claims, 

Harmon M. C., miner. 

Hauer L., farmer, 95 acres, 

Helwig J. H. (Helwig & 
Frood.) 

Henry E. B., miner. 

Hickman J. C., house andlot, 

Hieronir'us Simon, prop’r 
New \ ork Brewery. 

Hobart H. H., faime 
acres. 

Hewlett James, miner. 

Huntly E. M., teamster. 

Huntly Richard S., lumber- 
man. 

Huster Joseph, 20 a, mining 
claims. 

Jacobson Jacob, r?nch. 

Jenny Lind Mining Co;, L. 
Haner, agt. 

Jepson C. O., miner. 

Jepson J. P., miner. 

Jerrard Joe, miner. 

Jesperson J. P., shoemaker. 

Johnson W. A., 80 a and 
mining claims. 

Jones D. M., miner. 


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NOR NEVADA COUNTY NOR 379 

Kallenberger G. D., barber 
shop. 

Kallenberger W., barber. 

Knotwell John, Co. Super- 
visor 3d District, 

LaDue Jean, 38 a and min- 
ing claims. 

LaDue John, miner. 

Landsburg James, miner. 

Larson H. P., miner. 

LUND PETER, prop’r Lund’s 
Hotel. 

LUND’S HOTEL, Peter Lund, 
proprietor. 

Mackintosh James. 

Manicolis Lewis, miner. 

Marriott James, carpenter, 

Marriott James H., miner. 

Martin J. C., frmr, 80 a, 

Marton O., miner, 

McCluskey C., miner. 

McGuire P., miner. 

Mcjunery Pat., miner. 

McKelvey Barney, stock 
raiser. 

McKinney j. L., miner and 
land owner, 1 60 a. 

McKillican D. R. (Crandall 
& Co.) 

MEIN THOS., Sup’t Derbec 
Mine. 

Mobley F. F„ miner. 

Mobley Guy, hostler. 

Mulligan Patrick, miner. 

Nash Mrs. L., dressmkr and 
milliner. 

New York Brewery, Simon 
Hieronimus, prop’r. 

New York Mining Co., 70 a, 
H. Rich, Sec’y. 

Nichols W. W., 141 a, min- 
eral land. 

Niven David, engineer, Der- 
bec Shaft. 

North Bloomfield Gravel 
Mining Co., N. C. Perkins, 
Sup’t. 

North Star Mining Co., P, 
A. Pain, agt. 

O’Connor Hugh, miner. 

Ostrom J. D., livery stable. 

Paine , Lake City Hotel 

Pain P. A., frmr, 320 a. 

Palmer Nicholas, miner, 

Palmere Thos., miner. 

Parazette N. B., clerk with 
Crandall & Co. 

Parr J. M., miner. 

Pee Dee Mining Co., P. A. 
Pain, agt, 

Penrose Elijah, miner. 

Penrose Richard, miner. 

Perkins H. C., Sup’t North 
Bloomfield Mine, res Mal- 
akoff. 

Pridgeon F. M., sawmill. 

Pridgeon Richard, sawmill. 

Putt Wm., frmr, 160 a. 

Relief Hill Blue Lead Min- 
ing Co., H. Atwater, agt. 

Rodden H,, frmr, 160 a. 

Rodgers & Co., miners. 

ROHR JOHN, saloon. 

Sack Phillip, frmr, 160 a. 

Sack P. W., Back Bone 
House. 

San Juan Mining Co., O. P. 
Stidger, agt. 

Sanchet Frank, frmr, 96 a. 

Schroder Lucas, blacksmith. 

Simon M., genl mdse. 

SKIDMORE R. D., saloon. 

Smith A. A., drug store and 
varieties. 


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380 NOR NEVADA COUNTY. NOR 

Smith & Wayland, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Son Joseph, miner. 

Steward , miner. 

Stich George, clerk. 

Sweet H. H. Jr., asst, engi- 
neer at Watt Shaft. 

Sweet H. H. Sr., engineer. 
Tilton G. A., carpenter. 
Travis Wm., ranch. 

Trood (Helwig & Trood.) 
Union Gold Mining Co., Dan 
Furth, agt. 

Union Gravel Mining Co.,H. 

Smith, Sup’t. 

Vance O., shoemaker. 

Vergi Eugene, mechanic. 
Waldron Wm., genl mdse. 
Wankeshan Mining Co., W. 

R. Williams, sup't. 

Warson Wm., frmr, 160 acres 
Wear Samd, miner. 

Weiss Valentine, proprietor 
Humbug Brewery. 

Weller C. N., carpenter. 
Whitney O. D., miner. 
Williams Jonathan, miner. 
William R. G., bdg house. 
Williams W., house and lot. 
Williams W. O., miner. 
Wing R., carpenter, Derbec 
Shaft. 

Yuba Gravel Range Mining 
Co., JohnB. Hunter, sect'y 
Zenders August, miner. 

North Columbia, 

P. 0. Ten miles north of Nevada 
City. 

Baker Geo., miner- 
Baker George, farmer. 

Bonney Andrew, miner. 
Bonney Chas., miner. 
Brancher A., miner. 

Breen Thos., miner. 

Brigham P. H , miner. 
Calaman M., miner. 

Carrigan M., miner. 

Clay J. A., miner. 

Connelly Byron, frmr, i6o a. 
Connors M., miner. 

Coughlin & Co., min’g claims 
Cornell E., miner. 

Coughlan D., miner. 
Coughlan John, miner. 

Deasy M., miner. 

Deasy T., miner. 

Donnelly John, miner. 
Donnoly J., miner. 

Driscoll John, 20 a, min’g 
claims. 

Dudley J., miner. 

Dudley J. T., miner. 

English C. J., frmr, 1 70 acres 
Evans & Brancher, mining 
claims. 

Parrel P., miner. 

Farrell Pat, farmer, 1 20 acres 
Faull Wm., miner. 

Fowler Henry, farmer, 80 a. 
Gallagher Chas., miner. 
Glinnen Patrick, frmr, 160 a. 
Godfrey Chas., miner. 

Hall & riarrold, miners. 
Harrington G. W., miner. 
Hatchen Joseph, frmr., 160 a 
Hawley Bros., 70 a, mining 
claims and water ditch. 
Hawley C. B., 45 a, mining 
claims. 

Hawver H. S., farmer. 
Henricks G. F., miner, 142 a 
Hendricks John, miner. 


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NOR NEVADA COUNTY. NOR 381 

Holland David, saloon. 
Holland James, miner. 
Holland R. H.. miner. 
Holland Robert, ranch. 
Horrold Harmon, house and 
lot. 

Hubbard E. P., frmr, 1 20 a. 
Huff Wm., miner. 

Hughes Wm., frmr, 160 a. 
Hutchinson E. C., miner. 
Hutchinson William, miner. 
Johnson J. J., miner. 

Joyce J., miner. 

Kanouse Jacob, miner. 
Kearns J. E., miner. 

Kilroy Wm., miner, 120 a. 
Ladda A. G., farmer, 160 a. 
Lambert & Co., miners. 

Lane John, miner. 

McCarthy John, miner. 
McEcharn R., miner. 

Meehan Martin, miner. 
Mountain Gate Mining Co., 
H. Fowler, agent. 

Newell E. H., miner. 

Nixon C. A., miner. 

O’ Brine Dan, miner. 

O’Neil J. G., miner. 

Phelan & Co., miners. 

Phelan M , miner. 

Pickle Mrs. Mary, 1 60 acres. 
Polmere N., miner. 
Richardson S., miner. 

Riley Pat, farmer, 160 acres. 
Scott J. M., saloon. 

Sharp Chas., miner. 

Spafford E., miner. 

Stephens Wm,, miner. 

Talbot L., miner. 

Travers Wm., miner. 

Uriska Mining Co., John L, 
Davis, agent. 

Wilson J. M., saloon. 

Wood James, miner. 
Woodruff A. L., genl mdse. 
Woods Jerry, mining claim. 

North San Juan. 

P. 0. North of Nevada City 13 
miles, with which it is connected by 
stage ; also has stage lines running 
to Marysville, Camptonville, Forest 
City and Downieville. The popula- 
tion is about 800, although in times 
past it has had double the present 
number. The town is well built and 
has many fire-proof buildings, beau- 
tiful gardens and pleasant residences. 
A considerable trade is centered at 
this point from the many mining 
camps in the north and east. One 
newspaper, the Independent, is pub- 
lished weekly. 

American Mining Co., 1 75 a, 
J. H. Brown, agt. 

Andrews Elisha, frmr, 160 a 
Arcade Hotel, John German, 
prop’r. Main st. 

Archer Geo. B., miner. 
Ashcraft Samuel, miner. 

Bach John, blacksmith. 

Bank F., miner. 

Banks F". W., Sup’t Ameri- 
can Mining Co. 

Barton H. M., frmr, 80 a. 

B( arden A. J., photographer. 
Behring Harry. 

Block & Furth, genl mdse 
and bankers. 

Bowen David, miner. 

Briggs James, miner. 

Brogden Wm., painter. 
Brown John H., miner. 
Brown P. B., miner. 

Brown Thos., frmr, 80 a. 


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Buck Mrs., laundress. 

Buck Ira, block sawyer. 
Buhring & Chisholm, gro- 
ceries. 

Buhring Lewis (Buhring & 
Chisholm.) 

Buja T,, liquors. 

Bunker Hill Mining Co., J. S. 
Stidger, agt. 

Bush Philip, wine maker. 
Bushell A ntone, paper hanger 
Butler P. H., druggist. 

Cain C. E., carpenter. 

Callodi Mrs. Geo., widow. 
Carion Andrew, clerk. 

Carion N. A , brewery. 
Carmack Mrs. L., widow. 
Chisholm Jas. (Buhring & 
Chisholm.) 

Cline Samuel, miner. 

Collins Wm. S., miner. 
Collodi Mrs , laundress. 
Coiiiparet L. G., genl mdse. 
Conn James, frmr, i6o a. 
Cook F., miner. ' 

Crall S. M., miner. 

Crandall Lyman, frmr, i6o a 
Crane A. N., watchmaker. 
Crowley C., frmr, 1 6o a. 
Cross E., miner. 

Cross E. L., miner. 

Cross Mrs. E. L., dressmkr. 
Dehuaka H. D., miner. 
Dahneka Henry, miner, 
Daniels Henry, laborer. 
Danuser Jake, farmer, i6o a. 
Davavoich Mrs. R., widow, 
1 60 acres. 

Dayley K., mining claim. 
Dickson J. G., blacksmith. 
Dickson J, H., liquors. 
Dickson Jos. M., miner. 


Downey John, wheelwright. 

Downey Miss Kate, schl tchr 

EUREKA LAKE & YUBA 
CANAL CO., (consolidated) 
R. McMurray, sup’t. 

Eureka Mining Co., S. Furth, 
agent. 

Eurick Adam, dairy. 

Evans James A., miner. 

Evans N., farmer, i6o acres. 

Evans Thomas, clerk. 

Fabricus Wm. J., miner. 

Faherty T., miner. 

Farley G. S., physician. 

Ferguson John, house and lot 

Ferguson Wm., miner. 

FREEMAN THOS., broom 
mkr and prop’r of Free- 
man’s toll bridge. 

Fuller John E., teamster. 

Furth S. (Block & Furth.) 

Gaynor P. W., saloon. Main. 

German John, hotel. 

Gilbert Jacob, bootmaker. 

Gilbert James, boot and har- 
ness mkr, bds at Arcade 
Hotel, Main 

Glasset John, farmer, 400 a. 

Godfrey Jos., miner. 

Grammar School House, A. 
J. Tiffany, teacher, School. 

Gray Dan, hostler. 

Graynor P. W., liquors. 

Hand H. W., music teacher. 

Harrington W., water agent. 

Harris A. & Co., dry goods. 

Harris & Netter, dry goods. 
Main. 

Harris Thos., bootmaker. 

Harris Thomas, Jr., clerk. 

Hicks W. H. (Mauhier & 
Hicks.) 


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NEV NEVADA COUNTY. NEV 383 


Hill John, frmr, 40 a. 
Hoffman Mrs. J. J. 

Hogan John, livery stable 
and stage prop’r, 200 a. 
Hogan M. C., stage driver. 
Hopkins Mrs. Mary, seam- 
stress. 

Hoskins Richard, house and 
lot. 

Huckins Robert, constable. 
Hughes Robert, trmr, 1^0 a. 
Hughes Robert J., miner. 
Huntley A., book kpr. 
Huntly J. 

Hunter J. B., miner. 

James William A,, miner. 
Jepsen J., miner. 

Jepsen N., liquors. 

Jones W. A., miner. 

Joye Dr. E. V., office Main. 
Kelser E. P., frmr, 160 a. 
Kennedy N., school teacher. 
Kenney C. H\, clerk at Na- 
tional Hotel. 

Keiffer Joseph, mining claims 
Keystone Mining Co., 155 a, 
John F. Morgan, agt. 
Knapp John C., blacksmith. 
Koch C., liquors. 

Koch G. W., brewery. 

Kock W. G., prop’r San 
Juan Brewery. 

Kosminsky Samuel, clothing 
Kramer Geo., barber. 
Lancaster C. E., dentist. 
Leonard J. C., dentist. 
Lewellyn D., farmer. 

Lisson Mrs. M., dressmaker. 
Lisson R. S., blacksmith. 
Lisson S., miner. 

Lo( k David, toll-keeper. 
Longhead Rob’t. 


Macklin Henry, miner, 
Malone James, frmr, 160 a. 
Manhire & Hicks, genl mdse 
and crockery. 

Marks I., dry goods. 
Mattison Henry, 14 a, mining 
claims. 

Mauhire Felix (Mauhire & 
Hicks), Flume st. 

Mauhire & Hicks, groceries 
and provisions, Main. 
Mayott T. sewing machine 
agt, bds National Hotel. 
McBride J. S., miner. 

McCard Sylvester, laborer. 
McCollough Jas 
McCoy John, miner. 
McGowan M., laborer. 
Mclntire Jas. L , miner. 
McMurray Robt., ditch sup’t. 
McNamara Mike, whitencr. 
McNeill Mrs. C., widow, 
Menner & White, hardware. 
Menner Wm. & 

White.) 

Miller Chas,, farmer, 160 a. 
Moore H. M., carpenter. 
Morris F. N., miner. 

Morris F^rank. miner. 

Morris J. D., water agt 
Morris John F., house and lot 
Mowbray John, watchman 
Nancollis Wm. 

Nankervis John, miner. 
Nankin & Co., mining claims 
Nes Jepson, saloon, Main. 
Netter N. (Harris & Netter.) 
Nevada & San Juan Stage 
Co., John Hogan, sup’t. 
Niman A. P., blacksmith. 
North San Juan Irrigation 
Co., A. B. Swan, agt. 


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384 NOR NEVADA COUNTY NRO 

Northup Eldred, stage driver, 
res cor Main and School. 

Palson Henry, miner. 

Pearce Mrs., dressmkr. 

Pearce John, teamster. 

Peck James E., blacksmith. 

Pfister Andrew, Sr., farmer. 

Pfister, Andrew, Jr., laborer. 

Phalen Thomas, miner. 

Phelan Mike, miner. 

Phelan Thos., miner. 

Phillips J., farmer. 

Phippan O., farmer, 8o acres 

PORTER A. 0 ., publisher The 
Independent. 

Potter M. B. B., schl tchr. 

Poulson Henry, miner. 

Powell John, farmer. 

Powell Geo. L., miner. 

Powell & Salter, meat mar- 
ket, Main. 

Powell T. W. (Powell & 
Salter). 

Prospect Mining Co., John T. 
Morgan, agt. 

Purdon Peter, tollroad and 
bridge from San Juan to 
Nevada City. 

PUTNAM A. J., hotel & stage 
office. 

Quick Jas., house and lot. . 

Ransom E. B., farmer. 

Ray J. A. J., frmr, 320 a. 

Reader James H., frmr., 160 
acres. 

Kedding Rev. S. A., clergy- 
man (Methodist ) 

Reed F. S., book agt. 

Reese Thos., frmr, 75 a. 

Rich H. H., miner. 

Robinson Edward, editor of 
Independent. 

Rodgers John, miner. 

Rose Thos., frmr, 1 60 a. 

Salter Job (Powell & Salter). 

Salter & Powell meat mkt. 

Samuel Dr., Main, bet Flume 
and Reservoir. 

Samuels H. L., physician. 

Schenerman C., bakery and 
liquors. 

Schmidt Fred., brush mkr. 

Schmidt John F., San Juan 
Hotel. 

Schmitzer Jos., Brewery. 

Scott James^ block sawyer. 

Seeley John A., freight agt 
at Nevada City for N. C. 

N. G. R. R. 

Shady Creek Mining Co.. E, 
D. Evans, agt. 

Shafer Peter, Ibr. 

Sherman Lyman,stage driver 

Simons J. C., frmr, 160 a. 

Simpson Wm.. gardener. 

Skinner P., frmr, 160 a. 

Smith A., miner. 

Smith Antone B., miner. 

Smith George B., miner. 

Smith 0 . P., frmr, 160 a. 

Smith Thomas G., frmr, 145 
acres. 

Smith T. J., frmr, 160 a. 

Sneath Mrs. E. C„ ranch. 

Spooner Geo. C., miner. 

Stevens William, house and 
lot. 

Stidger James A., atty-at- 
law and notary public. 

Stidger John S., house and 
lot. 

STIDGER 0 . P., atty-at-law 
and notary public. 

Stone John, clerk. 


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Stone John, lumberman. 

StoltarJ., physician and jus- 
• tice of peace. 

Stolt Jas., miner. 

Swan A. B., postmaster, W. 
F. & Co. agt. teL opr and 
ins. agt, res Main. 

Taber C. E., farmer, i6oa. 

Thomas B. T., mining claim. 

Thomas Chris., miner. 

Thomas Sampson, miner. 

THE INDEPENDENT, A. O. 
Porter, publisher. 

Towntoley R., prop’r saw 
mill. 

Treanor J. M. & John, frmrs, 
8o acres. 

Treanor John, teamster. 

Treanor M. James, frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Treanor S., farmer, i6o a. 

Trood John, water agent. 

Tucker Joseph B., miner. 

Twamley Richard, lumber. 

Von Trecht N., horticulturist 

Walker Wm., miner. 

Warner E. A., farmer, 120 a 

Waterman S. S., cabinet 
maker. 

Westerfield Mrs.Mary, nurse. 

Weston Geo. B., wagonmkr 
and carpenter. 

White Elon (Mumer & 
White). 

Wichman Henry, frmr, 50 a. 

Wichman J. H., frmr, 50 a. 

Williams Mrs. J. H., dress- 
maker. 

Williams W. A., miner. 

Williams W. T., miner. 

Winkley Benj., miner. 

Wodell Peter, farmer, 160 a. 


COUNTY. OME 385 


Wodell Wm., farmer. 

Wood Frank, farmer. 

Wood George H., frmr, i6o 
acres. 

Wood Washington, farmer, 
160 acres. 


Omega, 

P. 0 . North of Nevada City 12 
miles* 


Auley Limon, miner. 

Clark John M., miner. 

Cross Cross, miner. 

Curley Pat, miner. 

Dickerhoff F. M., mining 
claim. 

Dill & Sanders, miners. 
Feeny Patrick, miner. 

Forest Albert, miner. 

Frink Miss Carrie, schl tchr. 
Fry A. T., miner. 

Goyne John. 

Goyne Phillip, musician. 
Hampton E., miner. 
Hampton Wm., miner. 
Hunken John, miner. 
Kreamer John, miner. 

Leigh Thomas, miner. 

Lyons Mrs. Bridget, prop’r 
Lyons’ Hotel. 

Marshall Wm. A., Sup’t 
Omega Water and Mining 
Co. 

McSorley Arthur, miner. 
Merrill T. P., mining claim. 
Monroe Chris., miner. 
Murphy Michael, miner. 
O’Carroll John T., miner. 
Odell James, miner. 

Omega Water and Mining 
Co., 240 a. 


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386 PAT NEVADA COUNTY. ROU 

Pease S, O., blacksmith. 
Perry & Co., 40 a, miners. 
Perry John F., miner 

Shaw Geo. C., genl mdse & 
ass't postmascer. 

Silvara Antone, miner. 
Templar James, miner. 
Templar John miner. 
Wagoner Frederick, miner. 
Welch Chris., ditch tender. 
Williams Joseph, miner. 

Patterson, 

P. 0. North of Nevada City 17 
miles. 

Badger Hill and Cherokee 
Gravel Mining Co. V. G. 
Bell, agt. 

Ball Thomas A., frmr, i6o a. 
Bayley G. W., house & lot. 
Bray M., house and lot. 
Brennen Andrew, mining 
claims. 

Briston Win., house and lot 
Brophy Mrs. C., frmr, 200 a. 
Brophy Edward, frmr, 640 a 
Butler Mrs. Ann, frmr, 80 a, 
Calanaii H., house and lot. 
Carey John, frmr, 160 a. 
Catholic Church. 

Danusen Jacob, frmr, 100 a. 
Donovan & Co., miners. 
Donovan Mrs. J., house &lot 
and mining claim. 

Dunn Thomas, house and lot 
English Mining Co., John 
Quick, Sup’t. 

Fetter John, saloon. 
Fitzpatrick M., mining claims 
Foster John E., ranch. 
Hughes & Co., mining claims 

Huy H. H., house and lot. 
Jauch Martin, frmr, 200 a. 
Kelly P., frmr, 40 a. 

Lane John, house and lot. 
Lang S. W., house and lot. 
Logan Bros., mining claims. 
Moston & Davis, quartz 
claim. 

Moston J. J., saloon. 

Moston & Kanouse, mining 
claims. 

O’Connor M , house and lot. 
Phelan Kerr, 440 a and min- 
ing claims. 

Phippens Orland, frmr. 
Rathburn L. D., frmr, 340 a. 
Ryan John, house and lot. 
Thurston Leroy A., 200 a. 
White J. V., frmr, 320 a. 
White Thos. B., frmr, 160 a. 

Rough & Ready, 

P. 0. On the Marysville stage 
road 8 miles west of Nevada City. 
An early mining camp of 1850, and 
at one time very rich, the placer 
mines being shallow and bed-rock 
near the surface, they were soon 
worked out At present the popula- 
tion is quite small. 

Allen S. L,, frmr, 27 a. 
Antone Frank, miner. 
Armstrong H. H., miner. 
Bagley A. L., lot on Deer 
Creek, 

Balch J. R., frmr, 80 a. 
Baldwin E. A. 

Baldwin W, L. 

Ball S. F., frmr, 160 a. 

Baltic Mining Co., A. B, 
Brady, agt. 

Bartlett Edward, frmr, 1 60 a. 


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Bartlett E. G., frmr, 120 a. 

Baulch Riley, frmr, 160 a. 

Beaman G. W., frmr, 120 a. 

Beckman Hill Mining Co., 60 
acres. 

Black John, frmr, 160 a. 

Black Robt., farmer, 160 a. 

Bouche Louis, frmr, 120 a, 
and water ditch. 

Bourne Chas. E., frmr, 80 a. 

Bourne Mrs. Mary, 160 acres 

Bourne T. C., farmer, 80 a. 

Boyle Chas., miner. 

Brockington Peter, mining 
claim and water ditch. 

Brown A. Y., farmer, 80 a. 

Brown David, lots and water 
ditch. 

Brown H. M., min’g claim. 

Brown J. N. 

Bryan P. A., farmer, 163 a. 

Butler Jonathan, frmr, 200 a. 

Byers Geo., farmer, 1 60 a. 

CASEY JOHN, frmr, 357 a, at 
junction of Nevada and 
M’ville roads. 

Castine Henry, farmer, 160 a 

Castein N., frmr, 160 acres. 

Centennial Mining Co., J. S. 
Huntress, agent. 

Champion Joseph, frmr, 160 
acres. 

CHURCH M. W., frmr, 640 a, 
Wheatland and Nevada 
Road. 

Clendening H., miner and 
farmer, 40 acres. 

Cole C. J., frmr, 560 a, and 
water ditch. 

Collier J. H., farmer, 160 a. 

Comarsh Mrs. M. A., farmer. 

Constable C. W., frmr, 160 a. 


Corbin Chas., farmer, 160 a. 
Corrigan Thos., house & lot. 
Dailey Mrs. J., house & lot. 
Davey William, house & lot. 
Davis H., farmer, 160 acres. 
Davis Henry, 80 a, and 
water ditch. 

Debat John, farmer, 160 acres 
Deer Creek Centennial Min- 
ing Co., P. Brunstetter, agt 
Dempsev John, farmer, 300 a 
DIKEHAN S. H., ditch owner 
Dimond W. A., miner. 

Dixon & Co., miners. 

Doubt John, farmer, 34 acres 
Dougherty James, frmr, 47 a 
Downey Mrs. Mary, board 
and lodging. 

Driscol John. 

Duggan James, house and lot 
Dunham D. J., farmer, 70 a. 
Duralde A., miner. 

Early A. D., miner. 

Eberline Geo., miner. 
Eberline Wm., miner. 
Edwards E. C., farmer, 1 60 a. 
Emery Webster, farmer, 80 a 
Emrey W., farmer, 160 a. 
Ennor James, farmer, 500 a. 
Evans & Dunn, frmr, 160 a. 
Excelsior Water & Mining 
Co., S. H. Dikeman, sup’t. 
Fiene Henry, 160 a, and toll 
bridge across Deer Creek. 
Tippin John, miner 
Fisher A., farmer, 1 20 acres. 
Fleming Isaac, farmer, 1 80 a. 
Flint Mrs. Geo., widow, 120 
acres. 

Forlorn Hope Mining Co.,C. 
Bullard, Prest. 

Gallagher Peter, stock raiser 


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Gasper Jas, farmer, 80 acres. 
Gassaway C. D., frmr, 620 a 
Gilham W. B., farmer, 160 a 
Gouge Mining Co., A. W. 
Reese, agt. 

Grant Geo., 20 a, ditch agt. 
Green Stafford, frmr, 160 a. 
Grove David, miner. 

Hackett Mrs. Ann, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Hankains John, frmr, 640 a. 
Hankin & Elster, frmr, 470 a 
HARRIS REV. J. J., clergy- 
man (Methodist). 

Harrod Reuben, frmr, 167 
acres. 

Hartley Wm., farmer, 160 a 
Hartung A.y farmer, 320 a. 
Hastings John, farmer, 240 a 
HATCH H. L., stock raiser, 
wine and raisin maker, 20 
a of raisin grapes, 260 a. 
Hatch M. P., frmr, 345 acres 
HATCH M. R., frmr, and 
prop’r of Indian Springs, 
400 acres. 

Herrod Reuben, frmr, 15 1 a. 
Higgins Wm., farmer, 80 a. 
Hite I. N., farmer, 80 acres. 
Holden Teresa, 280 acres. 
Horten L., farmer, 240 acres 
Horton F. A., farmer, 300 a. 
Huitt James, farmer, 160 a. 
Huitt James, miner. 

Huntress & Bagley, mining 
claim. 

Huntress J.lH., miner. 
Hunters J. S., miner. 

Hyatt O. C., 40 a, and Pet 
Hill Toll-road. 

I card John, farmer, 160 acres 
Ikered J , stock raiser, 160 a. 


Iron-Clad Mining Co., H. 
Scribner, agt. 

Jackson M. H., farmer, 80 a. 
Jackson W. H., frmr, 720 a. 
Kampher Andrew, frmr, 160 
acres. 

Kane Michael, farmer, 240 a. 
Leslie George. 

Lillicropp Mrs. S., frmr. 160 
acres. 

Loney James, farmer, 160 a. 
LoomerJ W., farmer, 160 a 
Looney Thos., farmer, 200 a 
Lord George, farmer, 280 a. 
Louisa Joseph, miner. 
Lungman John. 

Maloney Mrs S., 160 acres. 
Manion K., farmer, 169 acres 
Mannion C., farmer, 160 a. 
Martin James, farmer, 160 a. 
McCaw John, frmr, 200 acres 
McCawley James. 

McCharles H., frmr, 160 a. 
McNeil Wm., farmer, i6oa. 
Melbourne E. L., justice of 
peace and liquors. 
Meredith W. J., farmer, 28 a 
Merrill Frank E., frmr, 169 
acres. 

Merryfield James, miner, 40 
acres. 

Miller B, C. 

Miller Josiah, frmr, 160 a. 
Miller N. M., mining claims. 
Mitchell John, frmr, 1 10 a. 
Monnie Alex., frmr, 116 a. 
Montgomery J. & F. P., frmr, 
640 a. 

Moore A., frmr, land owner 
in Sutter co., 120 a. 
Muchmore N. M., miner. 
Muchmore N. S., mining 


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Mulheren Chas., bootmaker. 
Nicholas John, frmr, 160 a. 
Nichols Sarah R., frmr, 80 a 
Nile & Marsh, frmrs, 240 a. 
Novey J. P., frmr, 160 a. 
Nunas Mining Co., J. S. No- 
nas, agt. 

Nunes John, miner. 

Nutter Wm., frmr, 300 a. 
Nutter Wm. M., frmr, 360 a. 
Peallow Wm., frmr, 160 a. 
Pelham A. J., frmr, 160 a. 
Pelham W. A., frmr, 100 a 
Piper S. W., frmr, 160 a. 
Pittsburg iMining Co., E. P. 

Sanford, agt. 

Poich F. S., frmr, 80 a. 

Pratt C., frmr, 160 a. 

Presby Hugh, house and lot. 
Putman Rufres, frmr, 280 a. 
Rapp Johanna, frmr, 160 a. 
Reanier Mrs. M. L., frmr, 80 
acres, ^ 

Red Jacket Blue Gravel 
Mining Co., C. C. Duhain 
Sec’y, 100 a. 

Reed N. P., farmer, 173 a, 
and lime kiln. 

Reese A. W., miner. 

Picayune Mining Company, 
Geo. Grant, agt. 

Rickey John, mining claim, 
28 acres. 

Rickey Peter S., house & lot. 
Rix H. P., frmr, 80 a. 
Robbins Ezekiel, frmr, 80 a. 
Robinson T. J., frmr, 150 a. 
Rough & Ready Mine, H. 

H. Armstrong, agt. 

Rouse W. L.. farmer, 80 a. 
Russel E. Z., farmer, 80 acres 
Sanford Levi, frmr, 1 60 acres 


Sayers John, farmer, 230 a. 

Schardin H., farmer, 160 a. 

Schardin Mrs. H., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Schlotthauer Jos., 60a, min’g 
claim. 

Schuller Jos., mining claims. 

Schwartz Theodore, frmr, 

1 60 acres. 

Scandinavial Quartz Mining 
Co., S. T. Murchie, agt. 

Seven-Thirty Mining Co., E. 
P. Sanford, agent. 

Sheridan Ed., min’g claims. 

Silva Albert, miner. 

Silva Andress, miner. 

Single John, blacksmith. 

Slater Thos., house and lot. 

Smith James, house and lot. 

Smith John, farmer, 160 a 

Smith John M., house and 
lot on new Town Road. 

Smith Y eronica, frmr, 1 60 a. 

Stuart Mrs. E. J., trmr, 390 a 

Stuart Thos, 160 a, and 
water ditch and mining 
claims. 

Suelt Mrs. E., 640 acres. 

Sugar Loaf Mining Co., W. 
A. Dimond, agent. 

Taylor B., farmer, 160 acres. 

Taylor C. O., farmer, 80 a. 

Taylor John, farmer, 240 a. 

Thomas J., miner. 

THOMASSON F. M., teamster 
and farmer, 80 a, 7 miles 
south of Nevada. 

Thomason Marion frmr, 80 
acres. 

Thompson B., toll-keeper. 

Torfie Frank, farmer, 80 a. 

Trucks Theo., miner. 


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Spenceville, 


Taylor C. O., farmer, 80 a. 

Union Turnpike, George 
Gephart, agent. 

Uren W. H., farmer, 300 a. 

Van Leach D., frmr, 160 a. 

Van Slyke A. P., frmr, 80 a. 

Van Slyke J. C. 

Van Slyke T. F., frmr, 80 a. 

Wagner Thomas, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Wagoner J. T., frmr, 172 a. 

Walters Henry, frmr, 160 a. 

Washburn W. D., frmr, 160 
acres. 

Webber I. N., frmr, 180 a. 

Weeks Mrs. Melisa, frmr, 15 1 
acres. 

Weeks Samuel,gardener, 120 
acres. 

Wilcock Nathan, frmr, 154 a 

Westerfield Wm., groceries 
and liquors. 

Williams Fred., frmr, 120 a. 

Williams G. H., frmr, 160 a. 

Williams J. A., farmer and 
teamster, 1 20 acres. 

White Oak Ranch Company, 
1 60 a, M. Bernard, agt. 


Sebastapol, 

P. 0 ., North San Juan, distant one 
mile. 


Curnow D., miner. 
Ferguson John, miner. 
Hoskins Richard, miner. 
MacKenzie Jas., miner. 
McCullough Jas., miner. 
Rainsdell Mrs., bdg house. 
Stevens Wm., miner. 
Thomas Ben., miner. 


P. 0. Located in the foot-hills, 14 
miles from Wheatland, on the C. P. 
R. R. It is the seat of operations of 
the San Francisco Copper Mining 
Co., who have extensive redaction 
works at this place, and has proved a 
profitable venture. The ore body is 
apparently inexhaustible. 

Allenwood & Bro., farmers, 
320 acres. 

Alsferd Edward, frmr, 1 1 o a. 
Austin H. A., farmer, 1,040 a 
Badley Zeph, farmer, 80 a. 
Berryman C., miner. 

Bitner C. C., farmer, 160 a. 
Bitner C. C., carpenter. 
Borger C., genl mdse. 

Brown E. W., farmer, 160 a. 
Brown Miss L. E., 160 a. 
Brown Mrs. L. S., 160 acres 
Cain Henry, farmer, 160 a. 
Campbell J. R., frmr, 160' a. 
Casey W. B., miner, 100 a. 
Davey S., engineer. 

Deeds George, farmer, 200 a 
Deeds John, farmer, 280 a. 
Denton E. M., farmer, 160 a 
Duffield Alex., farmer, 80 a. 
East P., miner. 

Erickson L., miner. 

Hackett Mrs. Wm., board 
and lodging. 

Hales Richard, miner. 
Hamilton D., carpenter. 
Hickman W. H„ frmr, 160 a 
Hite D., carpenter. 

Hyatt Jacob, toll-road. 
Hymes Chas., clerk. 

HYMES J., genl mdse and 
prop’rof Hymes’ Toll-road 
Kempton Samuel, frmr, 80 a 


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KNEEBONE JOSEPH, farmer. 
1,500 a, Wheatland and 
Nevada road. 

Kuster Sam’l, farmer, 320 a. 
Last John, engineei'. 

Lehman Jake, miner. 

Liddie P., farmer, 80 acres. 
Markwell J ohn frmr, 306 a. 
McNulty John, frmr, 160 a. 
Payne W. H., engineer. 
Peaslee M. P., farmer 120 a. 
Penrose John, miner. 

Pruitt Elijah, farmer, 160 a. 
Quigley W. B., frmr, 120 a. 
Rabb Elias, farmer, 240 acres 
Rowe J., miner. 

Rush Eugene, music teacher. 
Sanders J. B., miner. 

San Francisco Copper Min- 
ing Co.. C. Borger, sup’t, 
54 acres 

Scheuermann V., frmr, 80 a. 
SCH BOEDER J. F., genl mdse, 
hotel and postmaster. 
Shadel F., millwright. 
Shepherd R. C., frmr, 160 a. 
Sherman V., blacksmith. 
Sickles W. P., farmer, 80 a. 
Slater J. E., farmer, 300 a. 
Small Geo., carpenter. 

Smith John, miner. 

Snell George, farmer, 240 a. 
Spanhacise A., miner. 

Steele D. R . farmer, 80 a. 
Steese F., foreman S. F. 

Copper Mine. 

Tembey John, miner. 
Tembey Wm., miner. 
Thomas John, miner. 
Underwood J. B., frmr, 320 a 
Walker W. O , miner. 
Williams J. A., farmer, 120 a 


Wohlbert S., millwright, 

Sweetland, 

P. 0. Northwest of Nevada City 
15 miles. In the vicinity extensive 
hydraulic mines are being worked, 
and fruit of all kinds is successfully 
grown. 


Agan John, miner. 

Allen Flat .Mining Co., W. 

R. Williams, agent. 

Allen J. S., frmr, t6o a, 

Allen Stephen, miner. 
Armstrong John, frmr, i6o a 
Banner Mining Co., J. B. 

Moulton agt. 

Barnum Mrs., widow. 

Bell A. B., miner. 

Bell S. A., miner. 

Bell Thos., frmr, i6o a. 

Breen Daniel, Sr., miner. 
Breen Daniel, Jr., miner. 
Brophy John, miner. 

Brown A. J., frmr, i6o acres. 
Brown Mansel E., hse & lot. 
Brown John S., miner and 
farmer, lOo acres. 

Burnett Wm,, carpenter. 
Bynon Benjamin, miner 
Bynon Joseph Jr., miner. 
Bynon Joseph, Sr., miner. 
Bynot Joseph, Sr., house and 
lot. 

Cadwallader N., house and 
lot, 

Carroll Anthony, frmr and 
miner, i6o acres. 

Clymo Frank, miner and 
farmer. 

Cline Samuel, house & lot. 
Cory John E., blacksmith. 


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Craig John A., frmr, i6o a. 
Davis Chas.. tailor. 

Davis David, mason. 

Davis Sam’l, miner. 

Davis D. G., miner. 

Davis Mrs. E., house & lot. 
Davis George G. 

Davis Henrv, clerk, 

Davis Mrs. Margaret, house 
and lot. 

Davis Thos. H., capitalist. 

De Wan John, miner. 

Doyle N. E., house and lot. 
Dunnen Thos., miner. 

Eagan John, house and lot. 
Empire & Eureka Mining 
Co., H. Powell, agt. 
Everett Henry, miner. 
Fentzerwald Mrs. Jacob, 
vineyard. 

Fitzsimons P. B., frmr, i6o a 
Fitzsimons Thos., frmr, i6oa 
Flanders A. J., constable. 
Flinn Patrick, farmer, i6oa 
Fowler Isaac, farmer, i6o a. 
Fogarty John, farmer, 120 a. 
Fowler Mrs. John, hse & lot. 
Gale E. W., miner. 

Gale Geo. W., min’g claim. 
Gale Lawrence, miner. 
Gilbert W. C., miner. 

Gilbert John, miner. 

Gilbert Josiah, miner. 

Gill Thomas, farmer. 
GRAHAM P., Iqrs and cigars. 
Hiscox H. 0., miner. 

Hiscox I. M., miner. 

Hiscox Mrs. M., widow. 
Holland Daniel, farmer and 
miner, 1 60 acres. 

Hover John, miner. 

Hubbard Jos., miner. 

Hughes Patrick, miner. 
Hughes Robert, frmr, 160 a. 
Isbister John, carpenter. 
James John D. 

Johnston Robert, ranch. 
Kelley Joseph, teamster. 
Kinney H. C., clerk. 

Fahey Patrick, bootmaker. 
Leahy Patrick, frmr, 80 a. 
LeBrouche Jennie, house & 
lot. 

Leonard Thos., frmr, 1 60 a. 
Lewis A. L., miner. 

Maroney Martin, frmr, 20 a, 
house and lot. 

Maroney Thos., miner. 
McAllister Fred’k, schl tchr. 
McCracken T. M., frmr, 20 a 
McClean G. D., miner. 
McNamara James, miner. 
Mobley F. F., frmr, 160 a. 
Maroney Martin, frmr, 1 60 a 
Maynier P,, frmr, 40 a. 
Newell G. B., genl mdse. 
Nobley F. G. frmr, 125 a. 
Nugent James, frmr, 160 a. 
O’Conner John, house & lot 
O’Conor Francis, miner. 
O’Conner & Omera, mining 
claims. 

O’Farrell James, prop’r Far- 
rell’s Hotel. 

O’Mera Patrick, frmr, 160 a. 
Pascoe E., blacksmith. 
PATTON ROB’T B., notary 
public and miner. 

Pease Elijah, gardener. 

Perry J. H., miner. 

Phelan Michael, miner. 
Pleasant Hill Mining Co., 25 
a. James O’Farrell, agt. 
Powell & Co., frmr, 300 a. 


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Powell Henry, capitalist. 
Prior John, carpenter & miner 
READEIIJ. H., frmr, i,oooa, 
4 miles SE of San Juan. 
Reader Stephen R., 7 acres, 
miner. 

Richards Jas., miner and 
blacksmith. 

Richards Thos., blacksmith. 
Ryan E., miner. 

Skehan Wm. H., frmr, 320 a 
Slack P. S., farmer, 160 acres 
Sneath Geo., miner. 

Stidger John S., genl mdse, 
Sweetland J. O., min’g claims 
Taber Chas. E., frmr, 160 a. 
Tackitt A. J., teamster. 
Thomas Cornelius, house and 
lot. 

Thomas R., miner. 

Thomas W. T., miner. 

Tracy Thos., miner. 

Treamor J. S. « 

Tyer Joseph, miner. 

Virginia Turnpike, G. H. 

Graves, agt, 31 a. 

Warner Wm., Jr,, clerk. 
Warner Wm., Sr., genl mdse 
Water Side Mining Co., loa, 
E. D. Evans, sup't. 
Williams A. miner. 

Williams Thos. F., miner, 
32 a. 

Williams W. R., miner. 
Williams W. W., miner. 
Winans James E., miner. 
Winans Robt. O , mason. 
Winans Stephen, mason. 
Woman John, miner. 

Wood Frank M., book-kpr. 
Wood Freemont S., clerk. 
Wood Gilbert, miner. 

WOOD JAMES W., genl mdse 
and postmaster, propV 
Franklin Hotel. 

Yates G. E, miner. 

Notary Public and Searcher of 
Records. 

Mining Titles examined and Abstracts furnished 
from INIining District and County Records on 
reasonable terms. 

SWKElTr^AINT) IP. 0., 

NEVADA COUNTY, CAL. 

Truckee, 

P. 0. A station on the C. P. R. R., 
120 miles from Sacramento. It has 
an elevation of 5,866 feet, and is on 
the eastern slope of the Sierra. The 
lumber and timber trade is of great 
importance, and a number of saw- 
mills are employed in working up 
the timber, a large portion of which 
is manufactured into doors, windows 
and blinds. Donner Lake is distant 
two miles and Lake Tahoe fifteen. 
One newspaper, the Republican, is 
issued semi-weekly. 

Abbey James, engineer C. P‘ 

R. R. 

Adams Chas., barkeeper. 
Adams Victor, bartender. 
Adolph Julius, clothing. 

Alder Creek Mill Co., 500 a, 
Frank Pauson, agt. 

Allen Frank, farmer, 1 20 a. 
American Russian Ice Co. 
Arnold A. K. (Weller & 
Arnold.) 

Baldwin B. B. 

Baldwin E. J., fruits. 

Banner Mill & Lumber Co., 
1,460 acres. 

Barker Hugh, laborer. 

Barton Chas., laborer. 


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Baylies F. G. (Buckley & 
Baylies.) 

Beals J., time-keeper T. L. 
Co. 

Bicknell J. F., laborer. 

Bigham James, laborer. 

Bigham Wm. G., laborer. 

BITTANCOURT THOS. M., 
liquors, Frout. 

Blaney James, laborer. 

Borton W. M., clerk. 

Bourdet Chas., barkeeper, 

Bragg, Folsom & Co., 1,240 
acres. 

Brickell A. H., turner T. L. 
Co. 

Brickell B., farmer, 1 60 acres 

BRICKELL E. J. (Brickell & 
Kruger. ) 

BRICKELL & KRUGER 
(Truckee Lumber Co.) 

Brogan J. B., groceries, 2,220 
acres. 

Broich J., foreman furniture 
dpt Truckee Lumber Co. 

Brown Geo., laborer. 

BUCKLEY & BAYLIES, Iqrs, 
Frout. 

Buckley J. M. (Buckley & 
Baylies.) 

Budenuth F. W., fish. 

Burckhalter F. & Co., bank- 
ers and genl mdse. 

Burckhalter H. F., clerk. 

Butts L. D., dept’ y constable 

Byrne C. F., clerk. 

Cady L., teamster. 

Carter J. J., farmer, 160 a. 

Carmody Edward, laborer. 

Carpenter Phillip, frmr, 140 
acres. 

Cassidj^ Alex., laborer. 

Champion Frank, freight agt 

C. P. R. R. 

CHAxKPION JOSIAH, ticket 
agt C. P. R. R. 

Chandler R. clerk. 

Chapman Bros., farmers, 20 a 

Church E. W., teamster, 

Clayton Mrs. E. L., widow, 
lodgings. 

Cohen Bros., dry goods and 
clothing. 

Cohen G. (Cohen Rros.) 

Cohen H. Cohen Bros.) 

Conroy James, laborer. 

Cook A. C,, carpenter. 

Cory W. A. butchei. 

Cottle Mrs. R. E., widow. 

Courts J. A., cook. 

Crawford James, boxmaker 
T. L. Co. 

Crocker C. W. (Sisson Wal- 
lace & Co.) 

Cross J. C., dept’y sheriff. 

Crowley D. J , atty-at-law. 

Crowley &McGlashon, attys- 
at-law. 

CRUTHERS B., furniture and 
undertaking. Trout 

Curtin Michael, farmer, 160 a 

DARRAH HUGH, conductor 
C. P. R R. 

Davis H., groceries, fruits, 
etc. 

Derrick Salina, farmer, 120 a 

Dixon W. S., master me- 
chanic, Truckee Lumber 
Co. 

Doan Geo. D., foreman 
Truckee Republican. 

Donivan Patrick, laborer. 

Donner Boom & Lumber 
Co., E. J. Brickell, sup’t. 


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Douglas Wm. M., frmr, i6o 
acres 

Drummond Geo., laborer. 
Duffy James, painter. 

Dunn Chas., atty-at law. 
Dunster Geo. W., barber. 
Duvall J. B., tailor. 

Dyer Mrs. E., boarding hse. 
Ellen Ella, saw mill, 3,500 a. 
Euer S., farmer, 840 acres. 
Evans Wm., carpenter. 
Excelsior Mill Co. (quartz). 
Fahey James, farmer, 160 a. 
FALCONBRIDGE JOSEPH, 
house, sign, carriage and 
ornamental painter, corner 
Main and Bridge. 

Famon Luke, farmer. 120 a. 
FORD GEO. 0 ., proprietor 
Truckee Republican. 

Ford T. S., atty-at-law. 
Frank Peter, laborer. 

Frazier I. C., farmer, 1 60 a. 
Fredricks W. H., saw maker 
and repairer. 

Fried Israel, farmer, 80 a. 
FRITCHE M., tailor. Front. 
Gage H. K., photographer. 
George Isaac, carpenter. 
Gerndt Mrs. P. H., widow. 
Gibson Mrs. S. C., widow. 
Griffen G. W., clerk. 

Griffen J. B., book-keeper. 
Glynn John, laborer. 

Gosney Wm. H., laborer. 
Goss R. J., physician. 

Graham A. J. 

Grant G. T., laborer. 

Graser A. (Graser & Stoll.) 
GRASER & STALL, St. Louis 
Brewery. 

Gray John A., atty-at-law. 


Gray Joseph, blacksmith and 
wagon maker, 800 acres. 
Greeley J. F., varieties and 
postmaster. 

Green S. H., yard master C. 
P. R. R. 

Gutridge M. C., frmr, 160 a 
Halvorson I. H., frmr, 160 a. 
Halvorson Isaac, cooper. 
Hamilton N., cook. 

Hamilton O. J., laborer. 
Harris Jacob, clerk. 

Harris S. 

Harrison G. W., groceries 
and varieties. 

Hart David, auctioneer. 

Hart R. D., clerk. 

Harty Robt., car repairer. 
Hayes A. F., printer. 

Henry Patrick, clerk. 

Henry W., tel. opr. 
Hettenhausen Louis, laborer. 
Hickey Mrs. E., widow. 
Hilton J., yard foreman 
Truckee Lumber Co. 
Hirsch P. S., liquors. 

Hogan Michael, laborer. 
Holcomb A. S., engineer. 
Hollister H. M., clerk. 

Hoy J. W., ass’t foreman C. 

P. R. R, car shops. 
Hubbard J. N., carpenter. 
Humphreys C. W., liquors. 
HURD W. H., Iqrs and res- 
taurant. 

Irwin Wm., livery stable. 
Jewett J. N., blacksmith. 
Johnson Andrew, liquors. 
Johnson Mrs. E. J., widow, 
dress maker. 

Johnson Geo., barber. 

Jones A. S., frmr, 160 a. 


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Jones G.,frmr, 160 a. 

Jones J., frmr, 160 a. 

Jones Lee, groceries. 

Jones Wm., frmr, 40 a. 

Kane John, sawyer. 

Kane Joseph, sawyer. 
Keevan John, laborer. 

Keiser John, Justice of the 
Peace. 

Kennelly T., blacksmith. 
Kidwell Jeremiah, frmr, 320 
acres. 

Koch A., bootmaker. 

Kress F., carpenter. 

Kruger W. H. (Brickell & 
Kruger.) 

Lambert J., sawyer. 

Leach D. W., laborer. 

Lemory , engineer. 

Lenahan Michael, liquors. 
Lewis Geo., clerk. 

LEWISON J. L. & CO., dry 
goods and clothing. 

Light L,, dairy. 

Lincoln L., laborer. 

Lindsey J. A,, frmr, 80 a. 
Lipscombe J. H,, teamster. 
Lombard C. M., laborer. 

Love B., laborer. 

Lowery Samuel, frmr, 280 a. 
Luke N. G., clergyman 
(Methodist.) 

Syles Mrs. N. G., widow. 
Marks C., frmr, 160 a. 

Mackie M. W., carpenter. 
Mahler Hermann, butcher 
with Marzen. 

Mahoney D., laborer. 

Martin Nelson, frmr, 320 a. 
Martin Seth, 1 60 a, sawmill. 
Marzen Joseph, butcher, 720 
acres. 


Marvis George, frmr, 1 60 
acres. 

McCabe J., laborer. 

McEnsul J. H., frmr, 160 a. 

McGlashan C. F., atty-at-law 
(Crowley & McGlashan.) 

McGowan Thos., barkeeper. 

MCKAY STEWART, prop’r 
American Ho.el. 

McKenzie W., frmr, 200 a. 

McPherson Mrs. M., widow. 

Meisten W., frmr, r6o a. 

Menk Paul, brewery. 

Merrill H., clerk. 

MERSHON G. W., liquors. 

Mier Puis, laborer. 

Miller VVm„ frmr, 320 a. 

Millett John, blacksmith and 
boarding house. 

Mills Wm., baker. 

Moody & Huntington, Tahoe 
& Truckee Stage Line. 

MOODY JOHN F., proprietor 
Truckee Hotel and livery 

i I’stables. 

Moore , laborer. 

Moore I. F., laborer. 

Muckridge S., foreman C. P. 
R. R. yard. 

Mulligan E. J., barkeeper. 

Nash Henry, sawyer. 

Nelson H. A., teamster. 

Nevada & California Mill 81 
Lumber Co., O. Lonkey, 
agent, i , 760 a. 

Nevill John, frmr, 270 a. 

Norton P. C., blacksmith. 

Norton W. M., engineer C. 
P. R. R. 

Ogilvie David, drugs & sta- 
tionery. 

O’Neal Wm., laborer. 


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Pacific Lmnber & Wood Co., 
2,920 a, F. Burckhalter, 
Sup’t. 

Palmer U. S., operator C. P. 

R. R. 

PARK A. D., civil engineer. 
Park J. D., conductor C. P. 

R. R. 

Paschen R. D., butcher. 

Peck Nelson, engineer C. P 

R. R. 

Pedler A. J., physician. 

Peel J. J. L., book keeper. 
Peoples’ Ice Co., 960 a, J. S. 

Thompson, agt, 

Perazo Peter, dairy. 

Perkins Robert, stock raiser. 
Pierson G., engineer. 

Pioneer Pluming Co.,F. Hos- 
mer, Sup’t. 

Placdo Antonio, barber. 

Plant Wm,, carpenter. 

Prosser W. J., frmr, 1,160 
acres. 

Potter R. R., laborer. 

Potts W. F., laborer. 

Rabel Frank, liquors. 
Riandrew J., mchnst Truckee 
Lumber Co. 

Rice N. G., printer. 
Richardson & Bros., lumber 
and planing mill. 
Richardson Geo. (Richard- 
son Bros.) 

Richardson Jas., frmr, 120 a. 
Richardson Warren (Rich- 
ardson Bros.) 

Richmonc W. C., clerk. 
Ricker R. A., teacher. 

Ridley Joseph, watchmkr & 
jeweler, tobacco, &c. 

Robb Harvey, miner. 

Roberts H. W., manager 
Sisson, Wallace & Co., 
notary public and ins agt. 

Roney James, wagon mkr. 

Round R. A., laborer. 

Royal Geo., engineer C. P. 
R. R. 

Rudy John, cook. 

Russell E., carpenter. 

Ruttger Joseph, barber. 

Sachs A., clerk. 

Sage Hen Flume & Lumber 
Co., Wm. S, Curless, agt 

Schaffer Geo,, sawmill. 

Scheel Christian, laborer. 

Scott Mrs. J. M., dress mkr. 

Schock Caspar, Shingle Mill, 
80 acres, 

Sheehan Martin, laborer, 

Sheridan P,, boots & shoes. 

Sheritt James, bakery and 
restaurant. 

Sherman P, A. 

Shinn W.J. 

Shirley Thos., drayman. 

Short Henry, engineer. 

Sisson A. W. (Sisson, Wal- 
lace & Co.) 

SISSON, WALLACE & CO.,genl 
mdse and agts W. F. & 
Co., 2,520 a. 

Smith D. J., frmr, 80 a. 

Smith Geo,, brakeman C. P. 
R. R. 

Smith Samuel, Jr., Ibr. 

Sonne C. F, book keeper, 

Standish H. C., foreman car 
shops. 

Stevens F. P,, stoves & tin- 
ware. 

Stewart James, carpenter. 

Stewart L. J,, farmer. 


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398 TRU 


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TRU 


NEVADA 


STOLL ,J()SEPH, (Graser & 
Stoll), brewery, Front. 
Summit Ice Co., 628 a, J. 

Hoehn, Supt. 

SWAIN E. M., dentist. 

SW AIN L. A. 

Sweeney James, blacksmith. 
Swim W. R. 

Tacklebery B. F., ass’t fore- 
man Truckee Lumber Co. 
Thomas Mrs. A., widow, 
ladies’ hairdresser. 
Thorndike D. W., laborer. 
Tiffany W. B., frmr, 160 a. 
Towner D. B., clerk. 
Townsend E., turner T. L. Co. 
TRUCKEE LUMBER CO., 
man’fg furniture, sash,doors 
and blinds, 390 a. 
TRUCKEE REPUBLICAN, G. 

O. Ford, prop’r. Front. 

U. S. Grant Mine. 

Vaughn Daniel, frmr, 160 a, 
Vaughn James, trmr, 80 a. 
Van Vleet H., opr W. U. 
Tel. Co. 

Wade Mrs., lodgings. 
Walker A. M., atty-at-law. 
Justice of the Peace & no- 
tary public. 

Walker J. C., sawyer. 

Wall C. L., waiter. 

Wallace I. B., frmr, 280 a. 
Wallace J. N., frmr, 440 a. 
Wallace W. H. (Sisson, Wal 
. lace & Co.) 

Ware James, Sup’t Truckee 
Lumber Co. 

Watson W. R., train dis- 
patcher C. P. R. R, 
Weadick A. J., fireman C. P. 

R. R. 


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Weadick A. J.& James, frmrs, 
640 acres. 

Weadick James, machinist. 

Weed A., laborer. 

Weller & Arnold, dry goods 
and I lothing. 

Weller S. B. (Weller & Ar- 
nold,) 

Wells W. H., frmr, 160 a. 

White Alex., painter. 

Whitney Thos., Iqrs, laun- 
dry, baths and lodgings. 

Wilberts Mrs. Fred., frmr, 
160 acres. 

WILLIAMS J. M., painter. ^ 

Williams S. B., teamster. 

Williams W. H.. frmr, 360 a. 

Wilson Frank, brakeman C. 
P. R. R 

Woodward Bros,, dairy. 

Woodward Joseph, dairy. 

Wybaillie A. H., bootmaker. 

YOUNG C. W., watchmkr and 
jeweller. Front. 

Young S., engineer C, P, 
R. R. 

Zimmer A., frmr, 160 a. 


Washington, 

P. 0. Eighteen miles east of Ne- 
vada City on the South Fork of 
Yuba river. 


Abalos Manuel, miner. 
Anderson & Co., miners. 
Bane & Hamilton, mining 
claims and water ditch. 
Battis F., miner. 

Bowers Sam’l, mining claims. 
Branden W H., clerk. 

Brass Wire Bar Mining Co., 
C. Moran, agt. 


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TRU NEVADA COUNTY. TRU 


Brimskill Edward, farmer. 

Brimskill John H., teamster. 

BUISMAN H., postmaster and 
prop’r Buisman Hotel, 

Canon Creek Mining Co., 
Sam’l McCurdy, Sup’t. 

Carey Michael, stockraiser. 

Chace S. C., miner. 

Cosmopolitan Quartz Mining 
Co. 

DOOSE FREDERICK (Ely & 
Doose), Main. 

ELY & DOOSE, Washington 
Market, Main. 

ELY JOHN (Ely & Doose, 
Main. 

Exchange Hotel, C. Grissel, 
prop’r. 

Fielding Cooper, shoemaker 
& music teacher. 

Flannery W. H., mining 
claims. 

Folkers Wm., miner. 

Freeman F., Justice of the 
Peace. 

Freeman F. F., miner. 

Goodrich Orland, miner. 

Grissel C., prop’r Exchange 
Hotel. 

Grissell & Foster, frmrs., too 
acres. 

Grissel George, miner, bds at 
Exchange Hotel. 

Haroun J. D., miner. 

Hathaway Hydraulic Mining 
Co.. Wesley Carroll, agt. 

HELGESON 0., genl mdse & 
clothing. Main. 

Heyman S., saloon. 

Hoops , jeweler. 

Janson John, shoemaker. 

Jennings M., miner. 


Jennings Michael, mining 
claims and water ditch. 

Kaler Jerry, miner. 

Kite John, miner. 

Kohler Henry, genl mdse. 

Korte A., ranch. 

Maloney Thos., shoemaker. 

Mattison E. E., miner. 

McBean John, miner, 

McCarthy John, miner. 

McCormick James, miner. 

McEachern T., mining claims 

Milliken M. S., frmr, 8o 
acres. 

Moran Charles miner. 

Murphy Jerry, mining claim 
and water ditch. 

Percival Frank, miner. 

Phelps C.. miner. 

Phillips Hiram, gardener. 

Piper & Baxter, miners. 

Piper Wm., school tchr, bds 
Exchange Hotel. 

Potts S. G., miner. 

Prescott L, R., prop’r Neva- 
da & Washington Stage 
Line, bds Buisman’s Hotel 

ROBINSON I. N.,mining claims 

Rocky Bar Mining Co., C, 
Moran, agt. 

Shubener L., Iqrs, 

Simons P., miner. 

Smith J. F., miner. 

Striker H., frmr. 

Sublett Smith, mining claim. 

Surprise Lode Mining Co., J. 
H. Ellis, Sup’t. 

Touroodt M., gardener. 

Van Ondshoon W. T,, clerk, 
bds Buisman’s Hotel. 

Walsh & Condon, mining 
claim and water ditch. 


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Washington Ditch Co., W. 
Foster, agt. 

Weber Jacob, gardener. 
Williamson Mrs. Isabella. 
Wilson Charley, miner. 

Wing Wm., miner. 

Worthly E. T., miner. 


You Bet. 

P. O. Nine miles south of Nevada 
City. 


Brown G. S., mining claims. 
Barker W. C., mining claim. 
Eastern Mining Co , A. G. 
Turner, agt. 


Hankins C. H., minino- 
claim. 

Hunsen John, saloon. 

Jeffers Frank, mining claim 

Johnson G. A., frmr, 480 a. 

Jones W. H., mining claims. 

Knight H., mining claims & 
water ditches. 

Lawrence & Jordan, mining 
claims. 

McDonnell D., mining claim 
and water ditch. 

Meyers Henry, mining claim 

Poor Bros., mining claim. 

Robertson John, miner. 

Snell & Jordan, genl mdse. 

Staley A. J., mining claim. 


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Yuba County. 

FINMMORE T. N. & BRO., 

farmers and stock raisers, 
400 a, Brown's Valley. 

Kessler Peter, frmr, 320 a, 
Camptonville. 

Lyon T. J., schl tchr, Camp- 
tonville. 

McMurray Robert H., min- 
ing sup't, Camptonville. 

Andrews John, frmr, i6o a, 
Hansonville. 

Antoni & Co., frmrs & wine 
mkrs, 160 a, Hansonville. 

Malcom David, frmr, 160 a, 
Hansonville. 

Vaughan F. M., frmr, 80 a, 
Hansonville. 

Wood N. I., frmr, 160 a, 
Hansonville. 

Yound H. G., frmr, 120 a, 
Hansonville, 

Eldred H , frmr, 174 a, Hon- 
cut. 

Mahle Fred., frmr, 20 a,Hon- 
cut. 

NEWBERT D. P., frmr, stock 
raiser, and butcher, 800 a, 
Honcut. 

Santry Dan., frmr, 680 a, 
Honcut. 

Thirston M. C., frmr, 160 a, 
Honcut. 

Boyd & Cockrill, frmrs, 394 
acres. 


Easton Geo. B. (Easton & 
White), res cor 3d & Yuba 

Easton & White, blacksmiths 
& wgn mkrs, 3d bet C & D 

Emil Motschman, music tchr, 
res B bet 4th and 5th. 

Elliott Wrn., frmr, 600 a. 

Gillespie j. G., livery stable. 

Johnson Henry, frmr, 956 a. 

White Robert (Easton & 
White), res 3d bet B & C, 

Wright George, surveyor & 
civil engineer, office in Ma- 
sonic bldg, bds Western 
House. 

Crouch H. W., Smartsville. 

Moore A. C. H., frmr, 357 a, 
Smartsville. 

Nevada Reservoir & Ditch 
Co., P. Campbell, Sup’t, 
Smartsville. 

LYMAN ACKLEY, capitalist, 
Smartsville- 

Colusa County. 

BOUND JOSEPH, frmr, Butte 
City. 

BROWN I. W., frmr, Butte 
City. 

CALLAHAN G. A., saloon, 5 m 
west of Princeton. 

FUHRMAN CHAS. M., trim 
ming & upholstering. 

GLENN A. G., frmr, Princeton 

GLENN F., frmr, Princeton. 


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MANN JAS., frmr, 245 a, 4 m 
east of Butte City. 

MEYER C. F., tailor, Prince- 
ton. 

McDOUGAL DAN’L, farmer, 
Princeton. 

O’BRYEN JOHN, blacksmith, 
Butte City. 

ROBINSON J. C., druggist, 
Princeton. 

STONE P., frmr, 320 a, 4 m 
east of Butte City. 

SMITH D. W., frmr, 269 a, 5 
miles north of Butce 
City. 

TYSEN JOHN, saloon, Butte 
City. 

WAGNER G. B., owner of 
jack and stallion. Butte 
City. 

YOUNG DAVID, frmr, Butte 
City. 


Bntte County. 

Rodgers J. B. T. (Rodgers 
Bros, and Rodgers, Hays 
& Co.), Biggs. 


Rodgers T, B. (Rodgers 
Bros, and Rodgers Hays 
Co.), Biggs. 

Rodgers W. K. (Rodgers 
Bros and Rodgers, Hays 
& Co.), Biggs. 

Gwin H, P., farmer. 


Placer County. 

Carr & Filley, miners. Emi- 
grant Gap. 

Culbertson James, steam saw 
mill, 160 a. Emigrant Gap 

Illinois Gold Min’g Co., R. S. 
Osborn, agt, Emigr’t Gap. 

Maguire Thomas, miner, Emi- 
grant Gap. 

Pease Ben., frmr, 80 a, Emi- 
grant Gap. 

Sherwood W. S., frmr, 80 a. 
Gold Run. 

Broker Thos , frmr, 160 a, 
Lincoln. 

Cox Connor, frmr, 120 a. 
Shady Run. 

McIntyre Geo. W., frmr, 160 
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SACRAMENTO. 


G-ood Turnouts at Reasonable Rates! 


Particular Attention Given to Boarding Horses. First-Class Horses 
and Carriages Always on Hand. 




WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 

60 J SL, bet. Second and Third, 

SACRA.MBNTO. 

Importer and Dealer in Watches. Jewelry, Dia- 
monds, Silver and Silver Plated Ware; also Sole 
Agent for STAR SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES 
the best and cheapest in the market 


A.iiieiriea.11 Grold Silver W a.tcli.e» a. Specialty 




o-a^Xj. 


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£. A. Harringrton, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 




HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Opticians. Telescope Spectacles and 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


L. Phillips, Sacramento. S. J. Nathan, San Francisco 



Importers and Jobbers in 



Trunks, Satchels, Stc. 


Third and K Streets, Sacramento, 

533 Market Street, San Francisco, 

No. 78 Reade Street, New York. 



WHOLESALE 

Ca.in.d-37- ZLs^a.rLU.fact'CLrexs I 

Mm ©lALias m am mmm m 

113 K Street, bet Fourth and Fiftli, Metropolitan Theater Building, Sacramento. 

Also, the only Manufacturers of the Celebrated SUGAR OF LEMON, Goods carefully put up for 
Shipping. Orders promptly attended to. 

J. N. Moad, Dentist. Corner Second and Broadway, Chico 


HALLET & LOY Sell Wall Paper Euildingr Paper ’’ Caroet. Carpet Einingr and Cotton House Liningr 'Chico, Cal. 


TICENER* BURNHAIVI & CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico. 


G. W. GRAVES, Medical Wines &nd Liquors, 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


"F=rT=n 


Ijiife Insurance Company, 

JOHN H. CARROLL. Prest. GEO. A, MOORE, Vice-Prest. 

JEROME C. CARROLL, Secretary. 


IDZieiECTOIEeS : 

LELAND STANFORD President Central Pacific Railroad 

NEWTON BOOTH United States Senator 

E. B. MOTT Merchant 

J. H. CARROLL Capitalist 

L. S. ADAMS Adams, McNeil & Co. 

J. F. HOUGHTON President Home Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

H. S. CROCKER Importing Stationer 

EDWARD CADWALADER f. Broker 

GEO. A. MOORE. . . Insurance 

SAMUEL LAVENSON Locke & Lavenson, Merchants 

FRANK MILLER Cashier National Gold Bank, D. O. Mills & Co. 

L. A. BOOTH Capitalist 

M. BRYTE Capitalist 

R. T. BROWN Capitalist 


Total Assets, Gold Coin Values, Dec. 31, 1877 - - $1,338,993.81 
Surplus to Policy Holders, Dec. 31. 1877 - - - - 348,943.12 


POLICIES ISSUEDLUPON USUAL APPEOYED PLANS. 

NO EESTEICTIONS UPON EESIDENCE OR TRAVEL. 

Policies Exempt by Law from Taxation and Execution. 


The Mutual Investment Policy of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance 
Company contains a Guarantee of Dividends, and Cash Surrender 
Value ! Every policy of this class, no matter what its premium, has 
endorsed upon it its annual value, year after year. No other Company 
issues such a policy. 

The Tontine Endowment Policy of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, issued at the ordinary lile rates, combines in a remarkable 
degree the two elements of protection and investment. Ask for an 
explanation. 

Think of it ! The chance that your life will fall within a year is 
two per cent. The chances that your house will burn within a year is lesg 
han one quarter per cent. Why insure the latter and neglect the former ? 
Life Insurance is not like Fire Insurance — an expense, but a sure invest, 
ment in time of great need. 


Miss M. J. Putnam Millinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts , Marysville 


HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico Jewelers Stationers and 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 41T 






HAS A- 


OP THE 

x-.-^XES'x sa:*3ri-.Eis 


OF 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

133 J St., bet. 5th and 6th, and 

171 J St., bet. 6 th and 7 th, 

S-A.aiSwA.:^:EE3>TTO. 



Are Prepared to Furnish PATTERN HATS TO ALL MILLINERS. 
ALL KINDS OF 


MILLINERY GOODS 

At Wholesale or Retail. 


MISS C. R. BROTHERS has spent four months in New York and 
Europe making purchases for their Sacramento trade, thus enabling this 
house to supply the trade with better goods than any on the coast. 


J T* No wman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter, Cor. Broadway & Third Chieo. 


HALLET & LOY Deal in Paints, Oils, Brushes, and General Painters' Stock, Chico, Cal. 



Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming- Implements. 


G. GRAVES. Paints, Oils and Glass, Chico. 


412 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 






XXorse Shoer ! 

©ECIDMID BIE'TWIEIEK IK AE^ID IL. 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 

Heavy & Light Horse Shoeing in most approved style 


G. W. Eapp. 
3 


John F Stephenson. 


INTO- X 8 O «r 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 

Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 


American, French (| English 



We make a Specialty of Keeping a, Fresh and Well 
Selected Stock of IMPORTED and FAKCY 
GROCERIES! 


AGENTS FOR THE STEPHENSON ‘GILT EDGE ” BUTTER. 


OEiEMTAt MARKET, 

XC. ^tx'eset. 

Between Fourth and Fifth, opposite ^Metropolitan Theatre, Sacramento 

G, BMIL. HARTMANN, Proprietm\ 

DEALER IN 

Fresh Meats, aU kinds of Sausages, Hams, Bacon. 

Orexers froiao. tDxe C0Ta.aa.tr3r Scliclted. a-oa-d. I=*roaaa.ptl3r -<fi.tteaa.d.ed. to. 

Cnlnsa Stafif-e Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harringpton, General Supt 


HIBBARD &, SOMMER. Chico, Paper Border Picture Frames, Vases. 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


A. AITKEN. 


E. N. FISH 






m Mvunu. 
177 iL Street^ 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Scotcl:L O-raunite IMZcn.VLzri.ents ! 



AND 

DEALEE IN 

C3r-o.ns SLicxdL 

Powder, Shot, Cartridges, Lead, Caps, Powder Plasks, Etc., Etc.> 

ISl K St., het. Fifth and Sixth, Sacramento. 

CUSTOM WORK and REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Executed. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

STOVES, RANGES. 

And the Best Assortment of 

Housekeeping Hardware &. Kitchen Utensils 

In the State, and the onlv place where you can find 
a full line of the 

PERFECTIOIV and ORAIVITE IRON WARE. 

132 and 134 J Street, Sacramento. 



5 S Si22:tl:i Street, 

Between J and K, Sacramento. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

Fine Onns mid Spoi-ting;* Ooodsi 

Constantly on hand. Also, dealer in GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS from the best European an^ 
Eastern Manufactories. Guns Choke Bored at t'^e lowest. prices. NEW RIFLES made . to order and 
warranted. REPAIRING SAFES and LOCKSMITHING done to order. 


J F. Newman, Tinner. Plumber & Cras Fitter Cor. Broadway & Third, Chico. 


HALLET &ILOY Sell Sewing Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments fox all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Dry Goods Fancy Goods^ Carpets^ Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BUX^NHAIYI & Co’s^ ChTco 


G. W. GRAVES Drug's and Chemicals Chico 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

ETlEISlir ID]E^I3IRIIIP'TODI^ ®F 



md 

Between Sixth and Seventh, 

SACEAMENTO. 



The California State Agricultural Society’s 
Gold Medal was Awarded in 1873, 

AND THE 

Nevada State Agricultural Socie^’s dold Medal was 
Awarded in 187y, 

For the Most Magnificent Display of 

AND THE 


E’er tlie Best Bispla-y in. <Sz H3T7. 


Colusa Stage Co., General Office Colnsa. E. A Harringtoui General Snpt 




HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Agents for Bell Telephone 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


415 


L T. Smith. 


H. P. M RTIN. 


Em & imm 


-PROPRIETORS- 


BOSS STONE COMPANY ! 


BURIAL CASKBTS ! 

Made Out of this Stone 

"'sTT'ill Z_ia.st -^lT77“a37-s I 

Preserving the Body Perfectly, Keeping it from Dampness andAir ! 
YYE ALSO MAKE 


Sidewalks made of this Stone 

Will Last a Lifetime and are as Smooth 

as Slate! 

An Elegant Substantial Fence is also made from it that never gives out. 

For Building, such as 

©API Aifp mam POE wmows m poors 
Orders :Prorrrptl 3 r 
Any of Our Work Sent to Any Part of the State. 


J.N. MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico. 


HALLET & LOY Sell Window Glass, Mirror Plates and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 


Chico Plow ^orks Warrant all Their Work 


G. W. GRAVES, Second and Main Streets, Chico. 


416 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 


O 



-AND- 


Blank Book Manufacturers 


3<TO. 5^3 srrisEET, 


SAN FRANCISCO. 








B 


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And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 


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STEIET, Mm 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 


SPOUTING CLUB FINE CUT TOBACCO. 


£. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 




HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico Books of History, Travel, Romance, Etc 


SACRAMENTO CITY. . 4^7 


Mechanics’ Exchange ! 

^cnlacltc^ ^astl|ans, 

NOS, 1 8, 20 and 22 1 STREET, 

Between Front and Second, 
SACRAMENTO. 

Meals, 25 Cents, Beds, 25 Cents. 
JACOB SCHMID, Proprietor. 

Highest Price Paid for All Kinds of Jnnk, 
Metal- Etc. 

Dealer in all kinds of 

Junk, Metal and Furniture, 

237 J STREET, 

Between Eighth and Ninth, Sacramento, 

Stoves, Tools, etc., Boiigrlit an cl Sold* 

All Orders promptly attended to. 

Ae Aa slTMot 

Practical Hatter, 

(Successor to PETER TROPE,) 

123 J Street, Near Fifth 


T. B. McFarland, g. w. farr. 
Attorney at Law, 

Late Register Sacramento Late Clerk Sacr'mt^ 
Land Office. Land Office. 

Attorneys for Land Claimants^ 

OFFICES: 

Over Capital Bank, Corner Fourtli 
and J Streets, Sacramento. 

Give special attention to cases involving Titles to 
Public Lands, in the Land Offices and 
Local Courts. 

MeFARLANP M FARE 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 


DRAWING ACADEMY 


THIS INSTITUTE IS NOW OPEN 

To all Art Students and Amateurs who intend to 
acquire either some proficiency as Amateurs in 

Sketching and Painting, 

Or who wish 

To Stndy Thoroughly a Graded Gourse of 
Instruction, 

To prepare themselves for admittance in any of 
the larger Art Schools in this Country or Abroad. 
For particulars and terms apply at once at the 
STUDIO, ’^01 J street, between 4th and sth, Sacra- 
mento. LOUIS G. JORAN, Artist. 

J. A. WILSON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



SACRAMENTO. 


AND— 


Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in 

CAPS, ETC. 

Dealers and Manufacturers of 

Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin 
Ware, Etc., 

119 J STREET, BET. FOURTH and FIFTH, 


B o cid iixgr ! 

NO. Ill J STREET, 


SACRAMENTO. 



Pilier JDil Store, 

229 J Street, between Sth and 9th, 

SACRAMENTO. 


SACRAMENTO. 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 


Old Junk and Metals of all kinds Bought 
and Sold, Old Stoves and Second-Hand 
Tools Bought. 

Highest Prices Paid! 


J. N. Moad, Dentift. Corner Secand and Broadway, Chico 


HALLET dc LOY Soil Wall Paper Bnildin^ Papetr Caroet. Carpet Linings and Cotton House Linings 'Ohioo, Cal. 



dr. W. GRAVES Drug's and Chemicals Chico 


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SACRAMENTO CITY. 








Northwest Corner Seventh and L Sts., 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 


This Institute has been thoroughly refitted and fur- 
nished with all the modern improvements necessary for the 
successful treatment of t*very form of disease. 

We can now offer the best facilities of any Institution 
on the Pacific Coast for the cure of Chronic Diseases, such 
as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Dropsy, Catarrh, 
Affections of the Lungs, Liver, Stomach, Bowels and 
Genito- Urinary Organs. 

Troubles peculiar to females receive special attention. 
Every patient receives the comforts of a home together 
with the 

Best Q^misel in tJie CennteyT 

And Treatment Administed by 


Board and Treatment, per week $15.00 to 20.00 

Treatment per week, withou t Board $10.00 

Board and Lodging, per week 5.00 

Board, per week 4-00 


Russian Bath $1 00 

Eucalyptus Bath 1 00 

Grcndclia Bath 1 Op 

Sulphur Bath 1 00 


Compound Sulphur Bath 1 50 

Steam Bath 50 

Electrical Rub 50 

Medical Baths of All Kinds 


All communications receive prompt attention. For further informa- ' 
tion apply to the Proprietor, W. F. CLAYTON, M. D. 


Miss M. J. Futnam'^Milliuery. Cor. Fourth anc D Sts., Marysville 


HIBBARD & SOMMER Ohico, Ag-ents for Bell Telephone 


SACRAMENTO CITY. 419 


J. Lambert. A. W. Givens. W. W. Brison. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 


GKOCEHtES MD GMm I 

Storage and Commission i 

Ns W® dw® TdJitli, ^ Ei 

Sole Agents for the 



A POISON FOR PIXTERNAL USE! 

For Preventing and Caring the Scab, Destroying 
Ticks and Other Vermin ! 


The General Health and Condition of the Sheep Pronnoted by its Use, 


s- 

DEALER IN 

/Fine Havana and Domestic 


ALSO, THE 

Very Best Brands Smoking* Tobacco 

All kinds of Nuts, Fruits, Yankee Notions, 
Stationery, etc., kept constantly on hand. 

No. 44 Fourth Street, Sacramento. 

r>. B. BREWER, 

^eritist. 


les a* s'T•z^E:E'x*, 

SACRAMENTO, CAL, 

Teeth Extracted Without Pain 

By use of Improved Liquid Nitrous 
Oxide Gas. 


PRACTICAL 

Chronometer Watchmaker ! 

AND DEAIER IN 

Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, 
Diamonds, Etc., 

Cor. Fifth and K Streets, 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 

Jewelry repaired in the best manner, and all 
work guaranteed for one year. W2tches cleaned 
from $i to $2. Highest pnce paid for Gold Dust. 


BLANKS! 


OF ALL KINDS ! 


AT THE 


J.N.MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico 


HALLET & 1.0 Y Sell Window Gtags. Mirror Plate, and Mirrors, Chico, Cal 




Chico Plow Works Make and Repair Farming: Implements. 


G W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


SACRAMENTO DEPARTMENT. 


LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES OF SACKAMENTO CITY. 


ACKERMAN A. A CO., whole- 
sale liquors, 71 J. 

ACKERMAN & CO., importers 
and wholesale dealers in 
crockery, china, glass and 
plated ware, fancy goods, 
etc., 189 & 191 J. 

ADAMS McNEILL & CO., 
wholesale grocers, 93, 95 
& 97 Front. 

AGGARD J. J., stock and 
money broker and real es- 
tate agent, 39 Fourth st 
George building. 

AITKEN A FISH, pioneer 
premium marble works, 

177 K. 

ALEXANDER IV. G. A CO., 
wind mills, 1 73 J. 

ALLMOND GEO. D., general 
dealer in sewing machines, 
232 J. 

AMERICAN LAUNDRY, S. B. 
Cooley, office Houghton’s 
bookstore, 75 J. 

AMES E. E., wagons and ag 
ricult'jral implements, 49 & 
51 J, 30 & 32 Third. 

ANDERSON W. A., attorney 
at law. 

ARCADE HOTEL, Thomas 
Guinean propr. Second bet 
J &K. 


ARMSTRONG A CAREY, attys 
at law, 88 J. 

ARMSTRONG J. VV. (Arm- 
strong & Carey) res O, bet 
Ninth and Tenth. 

ARNOLD A SCHROTH, flour, 
middlings, cornmeal, &c., 
22 J. 

ASHER J., photo’pher, 236 J. 

BAKER A HAMILTON, hard- 
ware, machinery, agricul- 
tural implements, &c., 9 to 

15 J- 

BALDWIN W. H., physician 
and surgeon, northeast cor 
Second and K. 

BARBER M., hay, grain and 
feed, cor J and Eleventh. 

BELL & SHELLERS, auctnrs 
and commission merchants, 
51 Fourth. 

BENNETT I., fruits, cigars 
and tobacco, varieties, &c., 
284 J. 

BILLINGS E. L. A CO., whole 
sale liquors, 1 1 1 K. 

BLANCHARD A VAN FLEET, 
attys at law, 163 I. 

BOWERS A LONGABAUGH, 
liquors, 68 J. 

BRAUN A EDDY, cigars and 
tobacco, 92 J. 

BREWER B. B., dentist, 165 J 


Colusa Staire Co., General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harringrton, General Supt 


HIBBARD Be SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1»000 Watches in 8 Years 


421 SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 

BREWER M. T. & CO., fruit 
and produce merchants, 30 
and 32 J. 

BRIGGS & ROTHRICK, gro- 
cers and tea dealers, 184J. 

BRYDING P., proprTremont 
House, 12 and 14 J. 

BULLARD & LOFTUS, brass 
founders and finishers, 49 
Eighth. 

BURLINGAME & WOOD, The 
Clothiers, 146 J. 

BUSH GEO T., impt gas fix- 
tures, plumbers’ ware, and 
sanitary supplies, 90 J. 

BUTTERFIELD & WINANS, 
grocers, N E corner J and 
Tenth. 

BYERS & FRITZ, under- 
takers, 263 K. 

CADWALADER EDWARD, 

real estate and ins., 61 J. 

CADWALADER EDWARD & 
CO., stock and money 
brokers, 61 J. 

CAREY J. T., (Armstrong & 
Carey) res H, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth. 

CATLIN A. P., attorney at 
law, 39 J. 

CHESLEY G. W., wholesale 

, liquors and groceries, 5 1 
Front. 

CLARK & DAYIS, under- 
takers, 49 Fourth. 

CLARK R. C., county judge 
and atty at law, 1 89 J. 

CLAYTON M. F., physician 
and propr Pacific Water 
Cure, cor Seventh and L. 

CLUNESS, W. R., physician 
and surgeon', northeast cor 

Second and K. 

COHN B., carpets, oil cloths, 
wall paper, lace curtains, 
&c., 1 1 7 J. 

COLEMAN J. 0 ., stock and 
money broker, 89 J. 

COLEMAN W. P., real estate 
salesroom and insurance 
agency, 89 J. 

COMSTOCK W. D., furniture, 
and bedding, cor K and 
Fifth. 

COOK A. A., architect, corner 
Fourth and J. 

COOKE & SON, pioneer box 
factory, cor Front and M. 
streets. 

COOPER DAYID, liquors, hay 
and grain, 53 Front. 

CORRADO G. B., propr hotel 
D’ Italia, 12 1 Front. 

COWLEY THOS., bootmaker 
234 K. 

CROCKER H. S. & CO., print- 
ers and stationers, 42 and 

44 J- 

DAYIS JAMES G., wholesale 
and retail furniture, bed- 
ding, &c., 107 K. 

DAYIS S. F. & CO., wholesale 
liquors, cor J and Third. 

DEBERNARDID. & CO., pro- 
duce, poultry, game, &c., 
74 K. 

DENNERY A. & CO., crockery, 
glass & plated ware, 148 J. 

DREW N. L. & CO., lumber, 
cor Second and M. 

DUNLAP ISAIAH, Golden 
Eagle hair dressing saloon 
181 K. 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Thirds Chico. 


HALLET &.LOY Sell Sewingr Machines, Needles, Oils and Attachments foi all Machines, Chico, Cal. 


Dry Goods Fancy Goods, Carpets, Clothingr. Boots and Shoes at TICENER, BURNHAM & Co's, Ch?co 


G W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


DUNLAP MRS. J., wig maker 
and ladies hair dresser, 1 5 5 

J. 

EARL D. W., forwarding and 
commission, 1091 and iii 
Front, 

EBNER BROS., wholesale 
liquors, 41 and 43 Fourth. 

ECKHARDT HENRY, gun- 
smith, guns and ammuni- 
tion, 15 1 K. 

ELKUS L. & CO., clothing, 
boots, shoes and gents’ 
furnishing goods, corner J. 
and Front. 

EWERS OTTO, Bank Ex- 
change, cor K and Second. 

FERRIS & HILL, Plaza gro- 
cery, 280 J. 

FISHER C. H., physician and 
surgeon, 46 J. 

FISHER HENRY, wholesale 
candy factory, 138 J. 

FLOBERG J. P., watches and 
jewelry, 60 J. 

FLOHR A., gunsmith, guns & 
ammunition, 56 Sixth, bet 
J and K. 

FLOHR CHAS., gunsmith, 
guns & ammunition, 145 K 

FOSTER & BILLINGSLY, 
manufacturers and whole- 
sale dealers in wood and 
willow ware, 5 7 J. 

FOSTER F., book binder, 
paper ruler and blank book 
manufacturer, 83 J. 

FUCHS HENRY, manufactr 
hair restorative, 274 J. 

GEORGE F. S., hair dressing 
and baths, and manufactory 
Hyperion Hair Fluid, 304 J 


GERBER HENRY, Plaza Mar- 
ket, cor Tenth and J. 

GIEBEL CORNELIUS, paper 
box manufacturer and book 
binder. Eighth bet K & L. 

GILES J. W., barber. Grand 
Hotel, cor Front and K. 

GOGINGS R. E., druggist, 
262 J. 

GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, F. 
A. Hornblower propr, cor 
K and Seventh. 

GRAY C. A. D., cutlery, cigars, 
tobacco, &c., 83 K. 

GREER E. & CO., grocers, 
northwest cor Ninth & K. 

GRIFFITH S. J., Pony Ex- 
change saloon, 75 Front. 

GRUHLER’S SALOON, John 
Gruhler propr, 1 5 2 J. 

GUINEAN THOS., propr Ar- 
cade Hotel, Second bet J 
and K. 

GUTHRIE BROS., tinners, 
plumbers, and gas fitters, 

25 J- 

HALL, LUHRS & CO., impts 
and wholesale grocers, cor 
Third and K. 

HALLER DANIEL, liquors, 48 
Third. 

HAMMER L. K., pianos, 
organs and sheet music, 
246 J. 

HAMMER M. S., druggist, cor 
K and Fourth. 

HAMMON C. H.. Fountain 
saloon, 296 J. 

HAMMOND E., hides, wool, 
tallow and skins, 79 Front, 

HANSON OTTO, merchant 
tailor, 106 J. 


Colnsa Stage Co., Ctoneral Office Colnsa.E. A Harrington, General Snpt 



HlBBARi) & SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1>060 Watches in 8 Tears; 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 423 « 


HARTMAN G. PHL., Oriental 
market. 1 1 4 K. 

HASWELLE. F.; general news 
dealer and book seller, 
postoffice news depot, 56 
Fourth. 


cultural implements, 43, 45, 1 
and 47 J. 

HERRMANN FREl)., liquors 
200 K. 

HERZOG P., city market, 1 8 J 

HIRSH M., junk metal, &c,, 

237 J- 

HORRY & RURNETT, bronze 
monuments, 93 J. 

HOE'FMAN A., boots & shoes, 
180 J. 

HOLRROOK, MERRILL & 
STETSON, stoves, tinware, 
hardware and metals, 53 
and 55 J. 

HOLMES H. T. & CO., lime, 
hair plaster and cement. I 
bet Fifth and Sixth. 

HORNRLOWER F. A., propr 
Golden Eagle Hotel, cor 
Seventh and K. 

HOUGHTON ^\. A. & C. S., 
books, stationery, periodi- 
cals, &c., 75 and 77 J. 

HUGHSON W. A., physician, 
cor Fourth and J. 

HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS A 
CO., hardware, iron, steel, 
&c., 52 to 58 K. 

HYMAN A., groceries, fruits, 
cigars, tobacco, &c., lunch 
put up for overland travel, 
25 Front. 

HYMAN J. JR., watches and 
jewelry, 1 36 J. 


HYMAN LEON, workingman’s 
barber shop 7 K. 

JACKSONS. J. A J. M., stoves, 
and tinware, 1 19 J. 

JELLY SAMUEL, watches and 
jewelry, 120 J. 

JOHNSON A RLUE, carriage 
manufacturers, Third bet 
I and J. 

JOHNSTON R., atty for land 
claimants, in U. .S. Land 
Office, over Capital Bank, 
cor Fourth and J. 

JONES A ANTHONY, Fulton 
Market, s w cor Fifth and 
K. 

JONES A GIVENS, genl agts 
Pacific Coast Glidden’s pat 
steel barbed fencing, cor 
K and Tenth. 

JORAN PROF. LOUIS J., Sac- 
ramento School of Design 
and Painting, loi J. 

KAERTH J., boots and shoes, 
1 2 1 J. 

KATSCHINSKI R., Pacific 
Bath and Hairdressing 
Emporium, 138 K. 

KELLER W. R. G., atty at 
law and notary public, cor 
Fifth and J. 

KIRK H. C. A CO., wholesale 
druggists, 1 14 J. 

KLERITZ A GREEN, liquors, 
54 Fourth. 

KLINK C. F., apothecary and 
chemist, sw corner K and 
Sixth. 

KRERS C. H. A CO., paints, 
oils, &c., 188 J. 

KUCHLER A SCHURR, Em 
pire bakery, 291 J, 


HAWLEY M, C. A CO., agri 


J F. Newman, TinL'er, F lumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Thirds Chico. 


HALLET AuLOY Sell Sewingr IVIachincs, Needles, Oils and Attachments foi all Machines, Chico, Cal. 



Chico Plow V^Torks Warrant all Their Work' 


G W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


LAMBERT, GIVENS & CO., 
grocers and agts for Aus- 
tralian sheep dip, cor K 
and Tenth. 

LAND lYM., propr Western 
Hotel, 41 to 51 K. 

LANG JACOB, dyeing and 
scouring, 206 J, next to 
Red House. Estab 1868. 

LAVENSON GUS., boots and 
shoes, cor Fifth and J. 

LESLIE DICK, liquors, sw 
cor Fourth and K. 

LEVY R., genl commission 
merchant, fruit, produce, 
&c., 54 J. 

LEWIS L. L. & CO., stoves, 
ranges, tin and hardware, 
132 and 134 J. 

LINDLET & CO., wholesale 
grocers, 44, 46 and 48 J. 

LIPMAN S. & CO. , fancy and 
staple dry goods, cor J 
and Fifth. Elegant new 
store, recently fitted up. 
Don’t fail to call and see it. 

LOCKE & LAVENSON, car- 
pets, oilcloths &c., flour 
and grain sks, 84 and 86 J. 

LOORYA S., cigars, tobacco, 
cuttlery, stationery, jew- 
elry, guns, pistols, &c. bo’t 
and sold, 37 K. 

LYON & BARNES, wholesale 
produce, 21 and 23 J. 

LYON E. & CO., fancy, staple 
dry goods, se cor J and 
Seventh. 

MARTIN M., liquors, 15 1 
Front. 

MAURETICH A., oyster and 
chop house, 54 Third. 


McCreary C. & CO., Sacra- 
mento flour mills, 1 1 3 to 
1 1 9 Front. 

McELANEY M. , horseshoer. 
Second bet K and L. 
McFarland & farr, attys 

and land claimants, over 
Capital Bank, cor Fourth 
and J. 

McGUIRE JAMES, blksmth, 
148 K. 

MELVIN IVM., truckmaker, 
cor Fourth and I. 

MILLER FRANK G., tailor, 
234 K. 

MONNIER AUGUST, watch- 
maker and jeweler, cor K 
and Fifth. 

MONTGOMERY J. F., physi- 
cian and surgeon, corner 
Fifth and J. 

MOOSE B. , cigars and tobac- 
co, 44 Second. 

MOREHOUSE GEO. W., Grnd 
Central Market, sw corner 
Fifth and K. 

NAGHELE. Q., dentist, 155 

T. 

NATHAN & GROTH, Forrest 
Saloon, 109 K. 

NATHAN SAMUEL & CO., 
I. X. L. Store, clothing, 
hats, boots and furnishing 
goods, 147 and 147^ J. 

NATHANS. J. &C 0 ., clothrs, 
ne cor K and Third. 

NESSEL CHAS., Corral Sa- 
loon, 85 Third. 

NEUBOURG & LAGES, pro- 
duce, grain, malt, hops, 
feed and brewers’ supplies, 
50 to 54 Fifth. 


fi. A. Harrington, Paints, Oils and Glass, 27 D Street, Marysville. 



HIBBARD A SOMMER, Chico, have sold over 1*000 Watches in 8 Years 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


NEUMANN UEO. , liquors, 149 
Front. 

NOACK CHAS. J. , watchmkr 
and jeweler, 1 76 J. 

O’BRIEN M. L. G. , atty at law, 
1 bet Sixth and Seventh. 

O’BRIEN W. boots and 
shoes, 167 J, lime depot 
cor Fifth and I. 

OCHSNER J. , cooper and 
tank builder, 2 1 3 K. 

OGDEN GEO. W., Ogden’s 
Saloon, Fourth bet J and K. 

ORLEANS HOTEL, C. B. 
Richardson and Wm. Pres- 
bury, props. Second bet J 
and K. 

ORTH HENRY, hair dresser, 
hair brushing by machinry, 
94 K- 

PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE IN- 
SURANCE CO. OF CALA., 
J. H. Carroll, Prest ; Dr. 
G. A. Moore, Vice- Prest ; 
Jerome C. Carroll, Secy. 
41 Second. 

PAINTER & SCHWAMB, 
books, stationery and pic- 
ture frames, 230 J. 

PAZARO FRANK, liquors, cor 
Third and L. 

PETTIT R. H. , wholesale 
cigars and tobacco, 55 K. 

PFOTENHAUER OSCAR, City 
Barber Shop and Bath 
House, 73 K. 

PHILIP ROBERT, general 
engraver. Fourth st., over 
Postoffice. 


POSKA S., ' junk and metals 
of all kinds, corner Fifth 
and I. 

POORMAN SAMUEL, real 
estate and ins agt and ne- 
gotiator of loans, Wm. S. 
Kendal, solicitor, 100 J. 

POSTEL CHAS. F., Central 
Saloon, 80 K. 

POWERS & HENDERSON, 
wholesale liquors, 133 K. 

QUANCHI & SIMONI, res- 
taurant, 15 Front. 

RADONICH M., Bay Oyster 
House, 57 Second. 

RADONICH M. B., Rockaway 
Chop and Oyster House, 
*'’ 2 ^ K. ^ 

RALLS & MARTIN, Mint Sa- 
loon, 30 K. 

RAPP C. W. & CO., grocers, 

139 J- 

RICHARDSON C. B. & PRES- 
BURY WM., props Orleans 
Hotel, Second bet J and K. 

ROTHFELD BROS., staple 
and fancy dry goods, cor J 
and Sixth. 

RUHSTALLER FRANK, Iqrs, 
1 18 K. 

RUSSELL P. H., grocer, 209 J. 

SACRAMENTO BEE, (Daily 
and Weekly) James Mc- 
Clatchy & Co., proprs, cor 
Third and J. 

SACRAMENTO DAILY REC- 
ORD-UNION, W. H. Mills, 
Manager, 49 and 5 1 Third 
streets. 

SACRAMENTO LUMBER CO., 
O. P. Goodhue, Manager, 
cor M and Second. 


J.N.MOAD, Dentist, cor. Second and Broadway. Chico 


HALLET dc LOY Sell Wall Paper B uilding Paper^ Can>et, Carpet Lining and Cotton House Li n i n g 'Ghico^ Cal. 


TICENER • BURNHAM &. CO. Buy Grain and Wool, and Sell Grain and Wool Sacks, Chico, 


6 W. GRAVES, Drug's and Chemicals, Chico. 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


426 


SACRAMENTO SAVINGS 
BANK, Ed. R. Hamilton, 
Cashier, cor J and Fifth. 

SCHINDLER C., sash, door 
and blind factory, 202 K. 

SCHMID JACOB, propr Me- 
chanics’ Exchange Hotel, 
16 to 22 I. 

SCHROER BROS., Eagle stm 
cracker bakers, 2 1 2 and 
214 K. 

SCHROTH GEO., Pioneer 
bakery, 24 J. 

SCHUMLOFFEL, VVM., liqrs, 
•svv cor K and Front. 

SCRIVER T. D., propr Pion’r 
Livery Stable, P'ourth bet I 
and J, and Dexter Stables, 
K bet Sixth and Seventh. 

SHERBURN & SMITH, genl 
auctioneers and dealers in 
furniture, crockery, &c., 
87 K. 

SHIELDS F. M., dentist, sw 
cor Fifth and J. 

SIEBENTHALER P., propr 
Siebenthaler’s saloon, cor 
K and Eighth. 

SINAY S., fruits, cigars, cut- 
lery, &c , 44 Fourth. 

SIMMONS D. J. A CO., real 
estate and genl auctioneers, 
stock and money brokers, 
50 Fourth. 

SLATER J. F., hatter, 105 J. 

SMITH S. F , expressman, 
cor K and F'ront, Grand 
Hotel, 

SPINKS A ACOCK, insurance 
agents, 62 J. 

STEIN S., junk and metal 
dealer, 229 J. 


STEPHENSON DR. G. A., ar- 
tificial limb and truss mkr, 
surgical appliances of all 
kinds, 153 K. 

STEVENS C. H. A CO., dry 
goods, cor Eighth and J. 

STOLL JOHN T.,- saddle and 
harness manufy, 172 K, 

SWEETSER A ALSIP, real 
estate and insurance and 
general agents, 47 Fourth. 

TAYLOR ED. F., Register 
U. S. Land Office, corner ^ 

F ourth and J. 

TAYLOR L. S., attorney at 
law, cor Fifth and J. 

THIELEN JOSEPH, propr 
Thielen’s Sample Rooms, 
cor Third and J. 

THILS C,, agent Boca Brew- 
ery, wholesale and retail 
beer, 72 J. 

TODHUNTER L. H., Phcenix 
Stalls, 76 K, 

TROPE A. A. JR., practical 
hatter, 123 J. 

TUBBS A COLE., attorneys at 
law, ne cor I and Sixth. 

TUFTS A SPIEKER, whole- 
sale and retail druggists, 
corner K and Sixth. 

VICE DAVID, Philadelphia | 
Saloon, 51 K. 

VOGEL A MAIER, Washing- 
ton Bakery, 83 and 85 
Third. 

WACH HORST H., watches, 
jewelry and diamonds, 79 J. 

WAH SHUNG A CO., boots, 
shoes and slippers, 157 J. 

WALTHER A BELL, drug- 
gists, cor K and Second. 


miss m. 3 . Putnam IMillinery. Cor. Fourth and D Sts,, MarysviUe 


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HIBBARD & SOMMER Chico, Agents for Bell Telephone 


SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


WARING CHAS. A., attorney 
at law, 189 J. 

WATERHOUSE, A. G., Patent 
Attorney and draughtsinn, 
1 2 I K. 

WEINREICH & BARTELS, 

wholesale Iqrs, 142 J. 

WEINSTOCK & LUBIN, pro 
prietors Mechanics’ Store, 
98 to 106 K. 

WELTY D. W., attorney at 
law, cor Fourth and J. 

WESTERN HOTEL, Wm. 
Land, propr, 41 to 51 K. 

WHITE H. C., Fountain Sta- 
bles, 294 J. 

WHITE H, 0 ,, sign and ban- 
ner painter, 123 K. 

WHITTIER, FULLER & CO., 
paints, oils, varnishes, 
doors, windows, blinds, 
&c., 28 K. 

WHITMAN A. T., Agt Cali- 
fornia Farmers’ Fire Ins, 
Co., 37 Fourth. 


WHYTE & NICHOLL, import- 
ers and jobbers fancy and 
staple dry goods, corner J 
and Seventh. 

WIEDMANN & HROMADA, 

wholesale candy factory, 
113 K. 

WILLIAMS MRS. E., Board- 
ing House, 190 I. 

WILLIAMS W. G., Pacific 
coast asft Detroit Safe Co,, 
62 J. 

WILSON JOHN A., furniture 
and bedding 1 1 1 J. 

WILSON, J. W., Pacific Liv- 
ery Stable, Second bet 
K and L. 

WISEMAN & NEWMAN, K 
St. Baths and Hair Dress 
ing Saloon, 57 K. 

WYMAN CHAS. H., attorney 
for land claimants, corner 
Fourth and J. 

YOUNG J. N., attorney at law, 
46 Fourth. 



between J and K, 

SACRAMENTO, CAL. 
Strictl^T- ^irst-Cla-ss Hlotel 

In all its Appointments, containing 
And under experienced management, making it a 


J F. Newman, Tinner, Plumber & Gas Fitter Cor. Broadway & Thirds Chico. 


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HALLET A LOY, Undertakers and Practical Embalmers, Keep the Finest Stock in Northern Cal. Chico, (Cal. 


Chico Plow iVorks Warrant all Their Work 


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G W. GRAVES, Patent Medicines, Chico. 


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SACRAMENTO BUSINESS HOUSES. 


Huntington, Hopkins d Co., 

or’ 



1 11111 ill 


Powder, Fuse, 

BELTING, HOSE, GAS PIPE, BRASS GOODS & TRIMMINGS, 
ROPE, TAR, PITCH, OAKUM, 


AND 



Blacksmith and Machinist’s Tools! 



Agents for Crescent Steel, 

Lonergan ^ McBj'ide’s Oilers, 

Silver tf Deming’s Meat Choppers, 

Oriental Fowder Mills, Boston, 

Hazard Foivder Co., Jieiv York, 

Ha rd’s Razor Blade Axes and, Tools, 
Barton’s Celebrated, Edge Tools, 
W’ard, Bayne’s Sheep Sheavs, 
Rider Compi'ession Engine. 

nVTo. S-i K. STH.1ESE3T, 

SACRAMENTO. 

Cor. DBiJLslr 3ivi:a.rlr:et Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 


Goluga Staire COm General Office, Colusa, E. A. Harring^ton, General Supt 


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THE BEST IlST ^Iv^EEIC^. 


WHITE, COOtEV ^ GUTT8, 

Importers and Dealers in 



Agricultural Implements and Machines ! 
FARM AND EXPRESS WAG-ONS, 
Hea.d.ex Tx-clcIsis, Etc., 



Oils and White Lead, 


CXiA9S AMiO TWTTT, 

Tanks^ Windmills and Pumps« 

TT^EEE EOEI2^TC3•. 

Jobbing and Repairing Executed ivith Dispatch. 
All Work Guaranteed. 



B3ECEXjS otsibiss. 



Is Pronounced by All Unequalled for Durability and Cleanliness. 


STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, PLATED- 
WARE, CUTLERY, FRUIT CANS, FRUIT JARS, 
KITCHEN FURNITURE, ETC. 

All Goods Guaranteed as Represented by 

WBif 1, mmww & 

IGT’, 13S 1^1 Tlxird. Street, 

NEAR CORNER D STREET, MARYSVILLE. 




lIUlVrTIIB’Cr^ OIVr< HOPKIlffS dS fJO,, Hardware. SacraiiieKto* See Page 4 ? 


jheapest Bry B^oods Houga Sacramento HOTHFELD BROS., 

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3^TeTrad.a, Oitsr, Oa,l. 

JACOB NAFFZICtER, Proprietor. 


yis. 


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Stages Leave from the House for all parts of the 
♦ Country. 


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SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 

iii{!||f!i5 m fill Df ill 5li55IMI^Slft» ft ittl. 

[a Full Line of Stationery Direct from Manufacturers 

INCLUI)IN(J — : 


•Arnold’s Inks, Fairchild’s Gold Pens, Faber’s Pencils and Gillot’s Pens 


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aesJ'' Wauafactory af J, T. STOLLi 


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enlist* Cornei Main and Second Streets, Chico, 'CcOLP FILLIN-GS A Specialty.