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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GILLIG, MOTT & CO., 

HARDWARE, STEAM GOODS, 









GILLBC, MOTT & CO., 

Corner C and Taylor Streets, Virginia. 

CILLIC, MOTT & CO., 

Carson Street, Carson City, N. T. 

CILLIC, MOTT & CO., 

Aurora, Nevada Territory. 

CILLIC, MOTT & CO., 

bacramento and San Francisco, Cal. 
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 

IN ALL KINDS OP 










l,iy lk$ 



STEAM GOODS, 
BELTtSMG, GAS PIPE, 

Stef ©§,f It aid iSffiff ©r WiFij 

Agricultural Implements, Etc., Etc. 

J|®°"Have on hand Bar and Sheet Iron, Copper, Nails, Anvils, 
Bellows, Rope, Gas Pipe, Brass Goods, &c., 

ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD 

^^T THE! I_iO'W^:EST P\.i^TEIS- 

CILLIC, MOTT & CO., 

Corner C and Taylor Streets, Virginia. 



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ADVERTISEMEXTS. 




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Bpine practical Boiler Makers ol mnfr experience, confining oui whole time and attention exolu- 
Rively to one branch of business, and using the best q\iaWy and brands of Boiler and Sheet-Iron and 
Boiler Tubes, we are enabled to turn out work of the best quality-, at reasonable prices, and war- 
ranted according to order. Those in want of anything in the above lint are invited to give us a call. 
<^ Orders from the country, by express or otherwise, with a remittance or satisfactory refer- 
ence, will b« promptly executed and shipped as ordered. 

Parttcniar attention paid to tite Repairing of Steam Boilers. 

RF.KER To— The Oi'hir Co., Gon.D & Cckry Co., Ck.ntral Milt., St. I,oris Mill, A. B. Paul, Supt. 
Washoe G. and S. Mining Co. No. 1. Silvkr Citt Quartz Mill Co., Churchill & Co., Eastern Stora 
f'o., and to all the mills now in Nevada Territory. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F.. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HI 



OK AND PERIODICAL DEPOT. 



OEIO. 13:. BE]I-.I_., 
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 



611 Montgomery Street, 



Corner of MercUant, 



San Francisco^ 



Receives subscriptions for any periodical published in the United States 
or Europe, among which are the following : 



2 50 



50 



PER ANNUM 

London Art Journal.lO 00 

Athenaeum 11 00 

TheCornhillMag... 5 5ii 

Temple Bar 5 50 

London Society 5 50 

Sixpenny Magazine. 4 00 
English Women's Do 

niestic Magazine . . 4 00 
Intellectual Observ'r 5 50 
The Mining & Smelt- 
ing Magazine 6 00 

Hunt's Merch't Mag. 5 50 
The American Agri- 
culturist 2 

Phrenological Jour. . 2 
Water Cure Journal . 2 
Missouri Republican. 3 
Forney's War Press. 3 
Littell's Living Age, 7 

Yankee Notions 2 

Nick Nax 2 

Budget of Fun 2 

Merrymau's Monthly 2 
Literary Companion. 3 
Flag of Our Union . . 3 
Waverley Magazine. 3 

N.Y. Ledger 3 00 

N. Y. Mercurv 3 00 

N. Y. Leader". 3 00 

N. Y. Home Journal. 3 00 
N. Y. Indi'pendent. . . 
The Horticulturist.. . 
Banner of Light. . . , 
Herald of Progress.. 
The Irish American.. 
The Scottish Ameri- 
can Journal 3 50 



PER ANXUM. 

Harper's Monthly... $3 50 

Godey's Lady's Book 3 50 

Atlantic Monthly. ... 350 

Leslie's Family Mftg. 3 50 

Knickerbocker Mag.. 3 50 

Continental Monthly. 3 50 

Arthur's Home Mag. 2 50 

Peterson^s Ladies' •' . 2 50 

Merry's Museum. ... 1 50 

The j-ittle Pilgrim.. 1 50 

The Boy's Own Mag. 4 On 

Every Bov's Mag. . . 4 00 

LeBonTonofFash'n 5 50 

The World of Fash'ii 5 50 

Eclectic Magazine. . . 5 50 

Ballou's Magazine... 2 50 

Once a Week, monthly 
parts 5 50 

Good Words 4 .00 

St. James' Magazine . 5 50 

The Leisure Hour. . . 4 00 

Hall's Jour, of Health 1 50 

London Lancet 5 50 

Braithwaite's Retro- 
spect, Medical 

All the Year Round, 
(English edition) . . 

Chambers' Journal, 
(monthly) 3 50 

Blackwood's Edinb'g 
Magazine 3 50 

The Four Foreign Re- 
views & Blackwood. 1 2 00 

S.F. Weekly AltaCaL 5 00 

Weekly Bulletin 5 ©0 

Sac. Weekly Union ..500 

Congressional Globe 

and Appendix 8 00 

Agency for the Art Union of ZiOndon. 
Subscriptions received for the Annual Distribution of Paintings and other Works 

of Art. 
Any Newspaper. Magazine, Review, or other Periodical not mentioned in the 

above list will be furnished to order. 

Special attention will be paid to importing books that may be wanted and can- 
not be otherwise obtained. 
A general assoriment of books always on hand, including all the new publications. 



PER ANNUM- 

Harper's Weekly. ... 3 50 
N.Y. Illust'd News.. 3 50 
Leslie's Ulustd Paper 3 50 
New York Illustrated 

Zeitung 3 50 

Illustrated Lon. News 

(with all Sup.).... 13 00 
Illust'd London News 

of the World 13 00 

London Week. Times.lO 00 
London Weekly Dis- 
patch 13 00 

Bell's Life in London.l3 00 

London Punch 6 50 

The Spectator 13 00 

The Sat'day Review. 13 00 

Public Opinion 11 00 

The London Mining 

Journal 12 00 

Scientific American.. 3 50 
The Country G<intle- 

man 2 50 

Wilkes' Spirit of the 

Times 4 00 

N. Y. Weekly Clipper 3 50 

Boston Journal 3 50 

Bo.'^ton Transcript. ..350 

Boston Pilot 3 50 

N. Y. Herald for Cal. 3 50 
N. Y. Weekly Tribune 
N. Y. Weekly Times. 
N.Y. Weekly World. 
Leslie's History of the 

War, 12Nos 4 

Harper's History of 

the Rebellion, 12 

Nos i 



50 
50 
50 

00 



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Beyers m Fruiters' Cards, Card BO'ard, Bill Hea4 Paper8< &o. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GIDEON E. MOORE, 




ja^jyj^TD 




No. 334 Montgomery Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

GOLD AND SILVER BULLION 

melted and assayed and the returns made after the lapse of twenty-four to forty- 
eight hours, at a charge of one-quarter of one per cent, on the value of the gold, 
and one per cent, on th« value of th« silver they contain, no charge being 
less than three dollars. All assays of Bullion are guaranteed to within the limits- 
of accuracy fixed by law at the U. S. Branch Mint. 

In the DEPARTMENT OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY the Laboratory is 
furnished with every requisite for the accurate performance of delicate analytical 
work of every d<?scription such as : 

Analyiis of Minerals^ Mineral Waters, Brines^ Guanos, 

Soils, Products of the Arts^ etc., etc. 

Investigations XJndertaken 

AND 

ADVICE FURNISHED 

On the various appliciitiona of Chemistry to the arts and nianufaetures. 



REFKRENCES: 

Prok. J.. D, WHITNEY^ State GEoi.oGisr, ALSOP & CO., 

San trrnidsco. San Francisco. 

JOHN PARROTT, " SATHER & CO., " 

D. 0. MILLS, Sacramento. 

HODGE & WOOD^ Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., B> J^ 



ADVERTISEMENTS- 



J. G. KELLOGG, 



J. HEWSTON, Jr. 



J. H. STEARNS. 



KELLOGG, HEWSTON & CO., 

, .11 





AND 



CHEMICAL LABORATORY, 



Deposits for Uxrefixed Gold Bars will be returned in twenty-four hours. The 
charge will be one-quarter of one per cent, for all amounts over $1,200, and three 
dollars for any smaller amount. For Silver Bars one per cent, on the value of 
the Silver, and one-quarter of one per cent, on the value of the Gold contained. 
No charge being less than three dollars. 

Charges of Refining per ounce, gross weight, after melting : 

For huUion iinrler 300 parts o:olil....3 cts. I For bullion from 501 to 750 parts goW 7 cts. 

For bullion from 301 to 600 parts g<ild 5 els. | For bullion over 750 parts gold... .10 cts. 

For Bars of our own manufacture, a deduction from the above tariff is allowed, 
imabing the refining charge as follows : 

I Over 7i0 fine, 8 cents per ounce. 

JSo charge for refining less than three dollars. 



Under 3^0 fine, 2'^ cents per ouiiot\ 
301 to 600 tine. 4 cents per ounce. 
501 to 750 fine, 5}^ cents per ounce. 



Deposits for Coinage will be refined by us immediately, and deposited in the 
United States Branch Mint, and returns made to Depositors on the same day the 
returns are made to us. The charge for c(Jin will be one half of one per cent., 
being the same as charged by the United States Branch Mint. 

Silver contained in the deposit will be accounted for to the Depositor in the 
manner and at the rate customary at the Mint. 

If required, returns will be made in Refinkd Bars in four days, at a charge of 
-one-sixteenth of one per cent, on the value of all Gold Bars over $5,000, and one- 
eighth of one ppr cent, on all under that amount, and one-half of one per ceut. on 
the value of Silver Bars. No deposit of Gold less than twenty-five ounces, or of 
Silver less than two hundred ounces, will be returned in Refined Bars. 



Analysis of Ores, Minerals, Metals, Soils, Waters, and the Productions of Art, 
WILL BE CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 



Kefer to all the Bankers and Gold Dust Dealers in California. 



•Direct Importers of Arnold's Genuiiie Writing Fluid 



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ADVERTISEMEFTS. 



ASSAY OFFICE 

_AND— 




iewie^ifaiyii 



• OF— 



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HENTSCH & BERTON 

Cor. Clay and Leidesdorff Streets, 



ASSAYS GF GOLD, SILVER, QUARTZ 

J^NT) SULPHURET. 

Returns made in from twelve to twenty-four hours, in Coin or Bars, 
at the option of the depositor. 

Charges, one-quarter of one per cent, or |3 for lots under $1,200. 



—ON— 



NEW YORK, 


HAMBURGH, 


LIVERPOOL, 


BERLIN, 


LONDON, 


PARIS, 


FRANKFORT 


GENEVA, 


ON THE MAIN. 


(SWITZERLAND,) 



Deposits Received and GENERAL BANKING Business transacted. 



CONSUL OP SWITZERLAND, HENRY HENTSCH. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wlioksale Stationers, 41d & 420 Cla(y St., S. F«, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. Vll 



GOLDEN STATE IRON WORKS, 



g PALMER, KNOX $( CO. 

CO 

g Ml^lSrXJF^CTIJRJE 

I iiei m%m\m mb imhimi 

HH KNOX'S AMALGAMATOR, 

M 

gWith Palmer's Improved Steam Chest, 

I WHEELER & RANDALL'S AMALGAMATOR, ETC, ETC. 
^ Nos. 19, 21, 23 and 25 First Street, 




SccCEssoK TO SIMS & FRAZER, 

Oregon Street, between Washington and Davis, 
and Front and Jackson Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Fire-Proof Doors and Shutters, Bank Taults, Grating, 

Cemetery Railings, Etc. 

All orders from the Interior, Oregon, Washington Territory, Vancouver's Island, British Colum- 
bia, or any place on the Pacific coast, attended to with promptness and dispatch. 

MR. SIMS appreciates the past liberal patronage of his friends and trusts he may continue to 
merit it in the future. For the infornjation of strangers, he would say, that he feels confident 
that his experience in his particular calling is surpassed by none on this coast, which his superior 
work, sent to almost everj' town in California, Oregon, also Victoria and the Sandwich Islands, and 
to be seen on some of the best buildings in San Francisco, fully attest. 

A large assortment of SECONDH/iND shutters on hand for sale at low rates. 

Dealers ia Blank 3ooks> Legal and Commeroial Blanks. 



Vlll 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. T. GARRATT, 




Cur. Market and First Sts., Op. Oriental Hotel. 
BRASS, ZINC, AND ANTI-FRICTION CASTINGS. 

13ai»l>et jVtetal, Clxiil'oh and ©teaiii"boat Bells, 
Ta^-erii and Hand Bells and Gongs, 

FIRE ENGINES, FORCE & LIFT PUMPS, 

Steam, Liquor, Soda, Oil, Water and Flange Cocks and Valves, 

Of all descriptions made and repaired. Hose and all other joints. Spelter Solder 
and Copper Kivets, etc.. Gauge Cocks. Cylinder Cocks. Oil Globe?. Steam Whistles, 
Hydraulic Pipes, and Nozzles fur Mining purposes. Iron Steam Pipes furnished 
with Fittings, etc. Coupling Joints of all sizes. Manufacturers of '-Garkatt's 
Patent Improved Journal Metal" 



]iKr TSFn laFr; 



KITTREDGE & LEAVITT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FIRE-PROOF DOORS &SHUTTEES, 




VAULTS, 

AWNINGS, 

BALCONIES, IRON FENCE, STAIRS, &c. 
Cor. Battery & Jackson Streets, 

i3.A^T>Sr IE" II -A. T»a" O I s o o. 

Constantly on hand a large assortment of Second Hand Fire Proof Doors and Shutters. 



CLLLh, 

GRATINGS, 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SAN FRAISrCISOO 





N. E. Cor. Fremont and Mission Streets. 



DEVOE, DINSMORE & CO., 

Having enlarged their business capacities this Spring, are prepared to do all work 
ia their line of as good material and workiiiaaship as any party in the State 



STEAM ENGINES, lIlGli OB LOW PRESSURE, 

OF ANY REQUIRED POWER, 

^mxU §V\\U, ^m pitfe, piniuj §xn\xp, 

IDlSTlNi WHKLI FBI Mimm PMPOSES, 

Wine Presses, Agricultural Tools, Etc., 
"BRODIE'S" IMPROVED WIND BLAST SEPARATOR 

r-OK I>R,Y CRXJISHIIVG. 

CASTINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER. 



STEAM ENGINES ON HAND. ALL MACHINERY REPAIRED. 



They refer to Engines made by them for the following Steamers and Mining 
Companies : 



2 Engines for Steamer Willamette, 

2 do do Princess, 

1 do do 

2 do do 
2 do do 
\ do do 
2 do do 



Rambler, 1 

Dashaway, |1 

McClellau, jl 

Goodwin Castle, |1 

Lark, |1 



il Engine for Steamer J. T. Wright, 

|3 do Silver City Mining Co., 

1 do Daney Company, 

{1 do Meeker & Co., G. "Valley. 

jl do Sides Mining Company, 

do Utah Mining Company, 

do Temelic Mill. 



AND NUMEROUS OTHERS. 



Steam Power for Amalg^amatinj Ores. 

We have accommodations fur parties wishing to amalgamate Ores, at 

SAN FRANCISCO MACHINE WORKS, 

COR. FREMONT & MISSION STREETS. 



Sctool Books at Greatly Reduced Prices. 
b 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ffihcmicat, pctallurgical and pining Mml 



NO. r> FIRST S'PRKKT, 



SAV FUANTGISCO 



A LahoroAory is sjjecialhj fitted up for laMiig students 
through a BegnJar Course of Analijtical Chemistry ; or 
Assaying alone in all its hranches are taught. Special 
attention is given to the Chemistry of Gold, Silver, Lead 
and Copper Ores. THOMAS PRICE. 

PoRTLA]sri> Boiler ^W^orks 



!#ia 



MOYNIHi^N & AITEEN, 



AND SHEET IRON WORKERS, 

MISSION ST., bet. Fremont & Beale, SAl ]?MISIlSi. 

N. B. — All kinds of Boiler and Sheet Iron Work executed 
at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. 



HAYNES & LAWTON, 

IMPORTERS. 



tt$tktt^, # 



%tC,^ 




FRENCH CHINA, 

TABLE CUTLERY. 



B^-- Wc give ESPECIAL ATTENTION to 

HOTEL AND BAR OUTFITS, 

Which wc ai-e always prcj)are(l to furnish in the 
MOST ELEGANT MANNER. 

516 & 518 Sansome Street, cor. Merchant, 

HODOE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TARHEELER'S 




This engraving- represents a perspective view ot a new amal- 
gamator recently patented by Zenas Wheeler, of this city, as 
it appears when at work. 

Manufactured at MINERS' FOUNDRY, 

AND AT THE 



Dealers in Printers' Cards, Card Board/ Bill Head i'aperj, <lc*. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW PATENT CONCENTRATOR. 




This machine is constructed upon the principle of a "center dis-' 
charge" and vibrating disk. The pan may be made of iron, wood, or 
other material, and of any convenient size, say from fonr to six feet in 
diameter, having a journal under it, to hold it in position, and upon 
■which to vibrate. This journal is hollow, and forms the discharge 

iODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers) 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F,, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



pipe of the pan. The pan is so constructed that its center surface is 
two or three inches higher than the surface at the periphery, and as it 
is fed at the periphery, the sand must necessarily work its way up hill 
to the center to find a discharge. This the lighter portion readily 
does by the aid of the peculiar vibrating motion given to the pan — the 
heavier portion, consisting of sulphurets, amalgam, or free gold, 
remains near the circumference, 

A represents a frame of wood upon which the pan is built and sup- 
ported. 

B is the pan which consists of a corrugated surface, radiating from 
the center, as is shown in the engraving. 

C is an amalgamated disk, one half of which only is shown, with a 
bowl in the center, trom which the water and ore is equally distributed 
over the disk, and passes down through the outer edge, into the corru- 
gated pan below. 

D is the outlet, or discharge for the excess of the concentrated mat- 
ter, such as sulphurets, etc., while the machine i--. in iliotion. This dis- 
charge is regulated by a gate or slide, which can be adjusted to any 
r-equii-ed he ght, so as to allow the proper amount of concentrated mat- 
ter to pass out from under the waste and lighter matter which finds 
its egress through the center discharge. 

E is the hollow journal through which the waste matter is dis- 
charged, 

F, the rods for supporting the pan and its contents, 

G, the driving pully on the cam shaft. 

H, cam for vibrating the pan. The form of this cam is an involute, 
whose evolute is a circle, the cam being of the proper length to give 
the pan a motion of about ten degrees vibration. This peculiar form 
gives the pan nearly an equal velocity in every part of its vibration, 
•causing it to stop and start so suddenly as to prevent the sand from 
packing on the bottom of the pan. 

I, a pipe for drawing ofi" the excess of mercury as fast as it accumu- 
lates. 

The working of the pan is substantially as follows : The pulp is fed, 
.as already described, into a bowl in the center of the convex disk, C, 
and flows out of this, evenly, over all parts of said disk, and down 
through the holes in its periphery, into the corrugated pan below, 
where the quicksilver, amalgam and heavy matter is collected by 
means of inclined grooves near the outlet D ; the quicksilver, as fast 
as it increases in excess, being constantly discharged through the bowl 
and pipe at L, mto a dish by itself, while the sulphurets, as fast as 
they accumulate, are discharged into another vessel through the open- 
ing D ; the waste matter passes out through the hollow journal in the 
center of the pan, and is discharged at E. it will thus be seen that 
the entire operation of this pan is automatic, both in principle and fact. 
Its great advantage over pans of similar construction consists in this 
perpetual discharge of quicksilver and amalgam into one vessel, and 
sulphurets into another, while the machine is in motion. 

Birect Importers of Arnold's Genuine Wr jting Fluid. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PIONEER WATER CURE 



99 



"DR. BOURNE'S BATHS, 

Corner Montgomery and Post streets, Si^^K] [F[^i^[Kl©Di©@. 

J83»Entrance on Post Street, adjoining the Grand Portal. •=©& 
Tlilrteentlx "STeai- (1864.-5,) in San. ITranclsco. 



DR. BOUKNE is the only old, experienced, scientific and competent Water 
Cure Physician on this coast, and has IMPROVED upon the modes adopted at the 
East and in Europe, so that by his QUICK modes cures are effected in an almost 
incredible short time ; he therefore requests all persons not to discredit him by 
supposing that he practices upon the SLOW system of the Hydropathic College 
or other SLOW practitioners. 

^^ fhe following diseases are cured (if curable) with the greatest celerity 
and at the same time in the most pleasant and agreeable manner, viz : Neuralgia, 
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, Consumption (incipient). Pleurisy, Fever and 
Ao-Lie. all other Fevers, Dropsy, Erysipelas, Colds, Cough.s, O.ik Poisonixg, (for 
which Dr. Bourne discovered the only scienlijic and certain cure.) Dy.-pepsia, 
"Dreams," Sexual Weakness, the Removal of Mercury and all other Mineral 
PoisoN.s, etc. ^ 

J^- Reasonable charges— quick cures— fair dealing, and no imposition. 

" FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS." 
Durine many years past I have known my improved mode of Water Cure treatment to be the 
most speedy, pleasant, safe, and by tar the best employed in curing human ailments, and superior in 
ra^lidity, certainty and comfort to that pur.sued by European and Eastern Wat^r Cnres ; and 
alihoug.'i Irequently told that such was the case, yet the parties were not possesseil of sufficient 
acquaintance with the minulia of Eastern practice to warrant the use of their testimonials ; but at 
lenu-th a "entleman of education, intelligence and habits of cljse and critical observation, lias had 
the°oppoi-tuiiity to form an opinion of my system and mode of treatment in contrast with the East- 
ern, in the two principal cures. This is a copy of his note : 

To Dk. Bouk.ne Dkak Siu : — Having sptut now about two months in the "Pioneer Water Cure," 

allow me, on leaving you, to address a few lines ol thanks to Jlrs. Andrews and yourself for your 
kindness,' and of congratulation for the success wliich attends your efforts in the treatment of the 
sick. I liave been a resident for many months of two of the principal Water Cures iu New York, 
(Dr." Trail's, in the ciiy, and l)r Jackson's, in the western part of the State,) and had large oppor- 
tunities of observing tueii- treatment and its success I feel, however, convinced that your cure 
differs materially from theirs, not only in its mode and energy, but in the very speedy as well as 
certam cure wliich it effects. I liave, happily, no sick friends, or I would urge a trial. 

I am, dear sir, very truly yours, " JUHiN HUDY JAMES. 

San Francisco, August ^6, 1861. 

Contrasted with English Water Cures— The lest of the European. * 

Sax Fr.*ncisco, Aug. 31, 1851- — Dr dourne — ./ear .Sir : — \.t your request I take this opportunity 
to inform you, over my own signature, that I was several years in three of the leading Water 
Cures of (.real Britain, viz : at Malvern, with Drs. Gully & Wilson, at Sudbrook Park, with Dr. 
Ellis, and in London, with Dr. Clark, both as patient and assi>tant, and that having a strong par- 
tiality for the Water Cure system, 1 took every opportunity afforded by observation and reading to 
study the system as practiced by these distinguished physicians, and became perfectly familiar 
■with it and know its results. I have been with Dr. Bourne upward of two years. I know hia 
moiles ot treatment; they differ essentially from those pursued by the other gentlemen mimeu. 
Dr. Bourne's results are equ illy as certain as theirs, ana at ained to with much greater rapidity; 
in fact they would consider it preposterous to undertake the cures whicli Pr. Bourne effects in six 
or eight weeks. KOBERT 6Ti,WAlU' MAlBLTH. 

4®- The persistent efforts to detract from Dr. Bourne's standing as a Water Cure Physician 
made lor some time past from inte esled and unworthy motives, has rendered it proper to publish 
the above estimates of the positi'm he iiolds by geiitlemen competent to form a correct judgment, 
fo that shallow pretension based upon the supposed superior mei its of others may be uuly appre- 
ciated. If dei-p anil intelligent study, loug e.\pirience, (more than twenty-two years.) close and 
critical ob-erva'ion, mature years and ardent devotion to one's profession, with a large and varied 
practice, cousiitute any claim to the conSdence of a community In the qiialiricalions of an indi- 
vidual as a pliysician, then Dr. Bourne claini.s that ol this community, as iho.se attributes of a 
physician are Ins. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



ADVERTISEMF.NTS. 



T. EODGERS JOHNSON, 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 
BfO. 325 M0KTG031ERY ST., 




Importer and Manufacturer of 

'^rplias, |iaitiurs, Jlags, ^ilitarg Cinbroitej, 

ROBES, fcAFS, SEALS, 

and all Goods required by Societies, Military and Civic Parades. 



J. X^EilK^ O JE, 



Importer and Dealer in 




415, 417 and 419 CAL.IFORXIA STREET, 

Between Montgomery and Sansome, 



Latest Styles of Sofas, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, Chamber Sets, Bedsteads, Bedding. 
The Trade siipplied at tlie XjO'tv^est ■Wholesale Frices. 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Bfenks. 



MERCAMLE GUIDE 



AND 



DIRECTORY 



FOR 



r 

AND 

COMPRISING 

A General Bu:iiine«^s and Resident Directory 

for those CJities, witli sketches of 

their growth, development 

and resources. 

ALSO CONTAINING 

Yaluable Historical and Statistical Matter 

OF UNUSUAL INTEREST, 

TOGETHER WITH THE ONLY 

ACCURATE MINING DIRECTORY 

YET PUBLISHED, 

Giving the namt of the Mine, number of feet in each 

claim, the District in which the same is located, 

and the names of Secretaries, with their 

respective places of business. 



COMPILED BY 



OB[.A^I=^I_.E]S OOLILiZISrS. 



VIROITVIA. 

1864-5. 



Pbdhed by Agsew & DEiTEftiaHi Book asd Job PwsjsBSj.ail SiHSOuE Sisekij S. F* 
C 



M 



\Z 



S^ 



JNO. SIME & CO., 

San Francisco. 



B. F. HASTINGS & CO., 

Sacramento. 



A. K. GRm, 

Virginia^ 




— OF — 



B. P. Hastings & Co. 

No. 35 SOUTH C STREET, 

YIRGIMA, ST. T. 



I33E1.-A.'\;^ 03Xr 



JNO. SIME & CO., San Francisco, California. 

B. F. HASTINGS & CO,, Sacramento, 

THOS. FINDLEY & CO., Grass Valley, 

H. MAEDIR & CO., Nevada, 

DECKER & JEWETT, Marysville, 

BOURS & CO., Stockton, 

JNO. W. COLEMAN & CO., Austin, N. T. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE SOLD ON 
BANK OF THE STATE OF NB^W YORK, New York. 
BULLION Purchased, and advances made on same. 
DEPOSITS, General and Special, received. 



^CLlle/±Lan.& in. cltui /za/t af J^ejUuCLcla. ^a^i'Ltcj'Ji, 
— DEPOSITED WITH — 
CrOIHIJSr SI]yLEl cS3 C^CD., S^ix ZF'i-a.ixclsco, 

OR 

^^WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION."'^ 



I^HEFACTORY-. 



In making our debut in the present form, custom and precedent 
demands a review of our labors and the object we have endea- 
vored to attain. In the historical and general review, our aim 
has been to give an accurate and truthful record of current 
events, rather than an elaborate and lengthy history of matters 
outside the general limits of a Directory. In the compilation 
of the work, accuracy and facts have been our aim, and to what 
extent our efforts have been successful, we leave the reader to 
determine. 

Neither time, labor or expense have been spared to render the 
Resident and Business Directory complete and perfect. The 
Mining Directory required much time and labor in its produc- 
tion, and stands prominent among the attractive features of the 
work. The idea having become prevalent that we were collect- 
ing names for a " draft," caused the iceak-kneed (a few of whom 
are to be found in every community) to refuse to give their 
names. To this class particular attention has been given. Their 
names will be found in alphabetical order. 

The various corporations (with one exception) rendered every 
assistance and information desired. The exception above alluded 
to was the " Gould Sf Curry. ^' One of the surplus or sub-super* 
iutendents, who has not an enviable reputation for either good 
sense or p^atriotism, threw every obstacle in the way of our ob- 
taining the names of the workmen ; but through exertion and 
strategy, the names were finally procured and will appear in 
their proper place in the work. 

The inaccuracies and imperfections of previoi\s works, claim- 
ing the name of Directories for this Territory, had created a 



12 PREFACE. 

popular distrust and prejudice which required no small amount 
of exertion and argument to overcome ; but with a strong belief 
in our humble experience and ability, and with perseverance as 
our motto, we proceeded with our task, and the work now prer 
sented is the result of our labors. 

The general review contains brief notices of public and pri- 
vate enterprises, churches, schools, military, benevolent and other 
societies, brief notices of the different fire companies, stage lines, 
routes of travel, city improvements, etc. 

Our aim has been to make the work a source of information 
for strangers and a convenient hand-book of reference for resi- 
dents. The patrons of the present work are assured that no 
pains or expense will be spared to render the next issue of our 
Directory all that could be desired, and by far superior to any 
similar publication ever offered to the public here. 

The compiler would feel derelict and ungrateful did he close 
these remarks without expressing his obligations for the favors 
extended, courtesy shown, and information obtained from the 
various public officers, heads of societies, the press and the " old- 
est inhabitant. ^^ 

CHARLES COLLINS, 

yirginia, July 1st, 1864. 



INDEX OF CON'TENTS, 



PAGE. 

Advertisements 1 

Title 9 

Preface ll 

Index 13 

Names of Advertisers 15 

Historical 17 

Virginia, (description of) 23 

City Improvements 24 

Police 26 

Churches 26 

Schools. 28 

Cemeteries 29 

Hospitals 29 

]VIasonic and Odd Fellows 30 

Sons of Temperance 31 

Fenian Brotherhood 31 

Eureka Society 32 

Germania Singing and German Benevolent 32 

Typographical 32 

]\riLITARY 33 

Virginia Guard 33 

"Washoe Guard 33 

National Guard 33 

Emmet Guard 33 

Gas Works 34 

Water Works 34 

Rail Roads 34 

Stage Lines 35 

Washoe Stock and Exchange Board — 37 



14 index of contents. 

Keview of Industrial Enterprises 38 

Sand Springs Salt Fields 38 

Breweries 39 

Assay Offices 40 

Brick Yards 40 

Potteries 40 

Places of Amusement 40 

Newspapers 41 

Enterprise 41 

Union 41 

Old Piute 41 

Nevada Pioneer (German) 41 

Fire Department 42 

"Virginia Engine Co. No. 1 42 

Nevada Hook and Ladder No. 1 42 

Young America No. 2 43 

Eagle Engine Co. No. 3 43 

Washoe Engine Co. No. 4 , 43 

Territorial County and City Officials 44 

Quartz Mills and Hoisting Works 45 

Virginia Resident's Directory 49 

^ YiRGiNiA Business Directory, (classified) 217 

Gold Hill, (description of ) 239 

Societies, Associations, etc 242 

Quartz Mills and Hoisting Works 247 

Resident Directory 253 

Business Directory (classified) 303 

Silver City, (description of) 413 

Associations, Schools, etc 314 

Quartz Mills 315 

Resident Directory , 319 

Business Directory (classified) 335 

American City, (description of) 339 

Resident Directory 341 

Business Directory 349 

Mining Directory 353 

Advertisements 



NAMES OF ADVERTISERS, 

THEIR BUSINESS AND LOCATION. 
CLASSIFED. 



Am. City. .American City. G- Hill.. Gold Hill. S. Frsco..San Francisco.- 
S. City. .Silver City. Va. .Virginia. 



Adams Thns. haj'yard & stables, Va 178 

Agnew & Peffebach, printers, S. Frsco....l78 & 3'.;l 

Alstrom & .Johnson Lick House, S. Frsc '.. 348 

Arnold & Blauvelt, bankers, Va Front cover 

Bach, Louis, baths, Va i 52 

Baker, Chas. Union Brewery, Va j 54 

Baldwin, A. R. & Co. liquors, S. Ftsco 350 

Barnert, J. & Co., clothing, Va IflS 

Barney, McDuffie & Co., groceries, S. City 3-0 

Bartling Kimball, bookbinders, <back of book 

Beck, H. S. & Co , hardware, Va b'J. 

Beegan, \V. H. sec'y of Mining Go's, G. Hill. ...257 

Bell, Geo. H. stationer, S. Frsco ,;.j.. iii 

Benham Brothers, livery^table, Va ....185 

Benham & Heaton, contractors & builders, Va.. 52 

Benitz, A. Fashion Restaurant, G. Hill 252 

Black, R. M. boots & shoes, Va outside cover 

Blake & Co. army goods, S Frsco 77 

Bodemer & Schweiss, Gold Hill Brewery, G. 

Hill *...268 

Boohiuger& Co. groceries. Am. City 342 

Bourne, Dr. G. M. water cure, S. Frsco 6 

Bowie, Chas. blacksmith, Va , 64 

Bragg & Co. wagon material, S. Frsco 297 

Bremner, Wm. stock broker, Va , 52 

Brotherton, Jas. R. grocer. Am. City 342 

Brown, Grafton T. lithographer, S. Frsco 2.37 

Brown, Peter, builder, S. City 320 

Brown, H. C. Exchange Saloon, G.Hill 342 

Brown, H. S. lumber, Am. City 346 

Burke. M. blacksmith, Va 189 

Burnham & Hall, carpels, Va 58 

Burns, W. S. groceries, G. Hill 252 

Butsch, V. wagon maker, G. Hill ...255 

Cahill, Edward, stock broker, Va 64 

California Stage Co. Thos. Henry agent, Va 378 

Casey, Kelly & Co. soda 107 

Chapman Jlrs. Geo. Chop House, Va 64 

Chapin G. W. stock broker, S. Frsco. . .Outside cov 

Coftee & Risdon, boiler makers, S Frsco ii 

Cole & Gamble, druggists, Va 54 

Corbett & Moore, Pioneer Boiler Works, G. Hill. 282 

CrandallJ. B. omnibus prop'r, G.Hill ...286 

Culbertson C. A. contractor and builder, Va...224 

Currie J. C. &Co. auctioneers, Va...., 64 

Day Thomas, gas fixtures, S. Frsco..,.- i,.301 

Delaney M. turner, Va 74 

Devoe, D«nsmore & Co. foundry, S. Frsco i 

Dill Mrs. S. J. re.-itaurant, Va 212 

Dinsmore & Aylsworth, livery stable, G. Hill..260 

Earl W. D. forwarding merchant. Sac 379 

Eggert & Tants, Washoe Brewery, Va 212 

Elkus L. clothing, Va 63 

Eugelbrecht P. tobacco and stationery, Va.>..« 7S 



Esberg & Fried, tobacco and cigars, Va 78' 

Fast Freight and Ex. Co. H. D. Smith agent, 

Va Outside cover 

Faucett Wm. hotel. Am. City 346 

Feusier L. Jte Co. groceries, Va 82 

Finch T. E. Faloon, G. Hill 2H3 

Fishb(jurne R. W. engraver, S. Frsco 237 

Fitzpatrick & Kenison, blacksmiths, S. City. ..320 

Flagg H. H. & Co. brokers, G. Hill 266 

Foster & Robedee, livery stable, S. City 323 

Fox & Co. liquors. Sac 383 

Franz B. stationery, Va 84 

Fredericks J. paints and oils, Va Outside cover 

Fulton & Savery, stock brokers, Va 84 

Gaines R. Exchange Hotel, G. Hill 267 

Gamble E. A. druggist, G. Hill 276 

Gartrell & Murray, commission, Va 92 

Garratt W. T. brass foundry, S. Frsco viii 

Gaston W. physician, G. Hill 268 

Gerhauser A. St. Louis Brewery, Va 198 

Gillig. Mott&Co. hardware, Va.. Outside cover & i 

Goddard is. Co. Pacific Iron Works, S. Frsco 

Gold J. M. lager beer, G.Hill 268 

Goodrich C. V. mining sec'y, Q-. Hill 257 

Gus.se Theo. hotel, Am. City 342 

Green L. dry goods, Va 331 

Greenhood M. forwarding. Sac 374 

Gruber fi Elliott, hotel, S. City 334 

Gunther J. B. harness, Va 224 

Haas S. & Co. clothing, G.Hill 270 

Hale W. E. notary public, G. Hill 270 

Hall & Noyes, Arcade Saloon, S. City 326 

Hardenbergh & Dyer, Russ House, S. Frsco 350 

Harris H. assaycr, G. Hill 270 

Harris &Kauffman, grocers, Va 92 

Harvey C. C. insurance and commission, Va 224 

Hastings B. F. & Co. bankers 10 

Hatch Bros, grocers, Va 98 

Haubert C. furniture, Va 92 

Haynes & Lawton, crockery, S. Frsco 2 

Hepburn & Peterson, amalgamators S. Frsco. ..244 

Herrick, McCurdy & Co. G. Hill Foundrj' 272 

Hentsch & Berton, assayists, S in Francisco vi 
Heustou, Hastings & Co. clothing, S. Fr.sco, 

Back Out.-iide cover 

Hill Sam'l, Florence Sewing Machine. S.Frsco..334 
Hodge & Wood, stationers, S. Frsco... Bottom pages 

Hoff D. E. &Co. lumber, Va 98 

Hubbard, McAdams & Co. Emp. F'y., G. Hill.. 164 

Hunt Wm. stock broker. Am. City 346 

Hyde 0. Pioneer Foundry, G. Hill Inside cover 

Johnston T. Rodgers, militarj goods S- Frsco.. 7 
Jones Thos. Fulton Foundry, G. Hill. .....206, 207 

teliogg, Hewston & Co. assayws, S. Frsco...«k v 



16 



NAMES OP ADVEETISERS. 



Kittredare Jon. Phoenix Works, S. Frsco 302 

Kittredge & Leavitt. safe iranuf's, S. Frsco. ..viii 

Korn Bro^. grocers, G. Hill '276 

Kub Leopold, assayor. Va 10-3 

Langton's Pioneer Express 381 

Lannan P. H. butclier, Va 162 

Lawrence & Houseworth, opticians, S. Irsco, 

Outside cover 

Lee & Keepers, Willows Saloon. Am. City 34f' 

Leland Lewis & Co. Occidental Hotel, S. Fr.sco..334 

Lemar R. C. stock broker, S. Frsco.; 16'J 

Levison B. stationery, G.Hill 279 

Lynch & Mundall, -'Gold Hill News" 278 

Majer Isidor, tailor, Va 172 

Maynard & Flood, banker.*;, G. Hill Front cover 

Miller & Co. stationery. Va. , 164 

Mitchell J. C. & Co. tailors, S. Frsco 347 

Mountminy A. tobacconist, G. Hill 282 

Moody ;ii Wilkins, barbers, Va 173 

Moore G. E. assayer, S. Frsco iv 

Moore SCorbett, boiler works, G. Hill 282 

Morrison W. A. U. S. Hotel, Va 20^ 

Morris Mrs. R. Occidental, Va 180 

Morton E. H. cider factory, Va 173 

Moxley, Hughes &. Co planing mill, Va 207 

Moy nihan & Aitkius , Portland Boiler Works , 8. 

Frsco 2 

McCoy Wm. Occidental, Va 178 

Mcllonald R. H. &, Co. druggists, .inside b'ck cov 

McLaughlin &Root, hardware, Va 164 

Nertman A. & Co. butchers, Va 175 

Nolan Patk. Central House, Va 175 

Noreross D. military good.s,S. Frsco 318 

Nudd, Stanleys Co. liquors, S, Frsco ......... 29u 

Orleans Restaurant, Va 178 

Oxenham A. H & Co. cutlery, S. Frsco 301 

Pacific Stage aud Express Co 37() 

Palmer, Knox & Co. iron works, S. Frsco vii 

Parker Thos. stables, Va 162 

Pearce H. D. told pen manufacturer, S. Frsco. 238 

Perley & DeLong, att'ys, Va 180 

Perry & Leichter, liquors, G.Hill 2S8 

Philippson & Mausfeld, tobacco, Va 182 

Perkins W. L. forwarding and commission 379 

Pierce J. furniture, S. Frsco 7 

Pioneer Stage Co 380 

Pioneer Laundry, Va 340 

Plate A. J. guns and pistols, S. Fr.sco 352 

Pray Mrs. Mary, hotel, G. Hill 289 

Prescott &,Earl, lumber, Va ISO 

Price Thos. a.ssayer, S. Frsco 2 

Prior J. K. ga%lixtures, S. Frsco 380 



Quick &Gagnon, butchers, G. Hill 290 

Quigley Patk. iJelmonico Hotel, Va 74 

Rapp & Reick, Ncv.ida Brewery, Va 214 

Kee.se P. blacksmith, Va 189 

Ressayre V. notary public 187 

Robin.son J. P. S. V. R.iil Road, Sac 375 

Roman A. & Co. stttioners, S, Frsco.. ..Out. cover 

Roseuer S. &, Co. dry goods, Va 187 

Rourue M. J lumber, S. City 326 

KusselH. D. billiards, Va 212 

Sander feSchaefer, restaurant, 6. Hill 293 

Sargent &, Fogler, paints and oils, Va...Out. cover 

Schac-fer J F. & H H bedding, S. Frsco 302 

Schaefer &Lux, saloon, G. Hill 295 

Shehan & Co. intelligence. Va '202 

shepard Wra & Sons, gas fixtures, Va 194 

Shepard Levi, grocer, G.Hill 292 

Shew W. photogiapher,S.F.262,282,230,236, 360 

Shuck 0. C. att'y at Law, Va 216 

Sims J. R. brass foundry, S. Frsco vii 

::inow Sam'l A. painter. Va 202 

Spalding V. saloon, Va 198 

Sparks Wm blacksmith, S. City 330 

tanway &Sons, buillers, Am City 290 

Stateler & Arrington, bankers, Va 202 

Steiner &Koneman, grocers, S. City 326 

Stephenson W. H. physician, S. City 330 

Sutterly Bros, photographers, Va 191 

Swain K. A. cr'Ckery, S, Frsco 882 

Sweeney J, 1*. & Co. .-eed store, S. Frsco 297 

Taylor John, glassware, S. Frsco 3S4 

Tomlin.son R. B grocer, S. City 330 

Tortell & Bush, grocers. Va 205 

Truwortliy F. M stencil plates, S. Frsco 237 

Vanduyn H. & Co. .Mechanic's Mills, Va 384 

Vespy H. M. Vesey Hotel, G. Hill 297 

Vulcan Iron Works, S. Frsco.. 245 

Warren W. T wagon maker, etc, Va 214 

Warschauer M. harness maker, Va 214 

Waugaman Asa L, saloon, Va 78 

Welch & I'reston, restaurant, Va 178 

Wells, Fargo &Co. express, S, Frsco 882 

Wheeler Zenas, amalgamator, S. Frsco 3, 4, 5 

White & Youst, billiard salooii, G. Hill 299 

Wilkins A L. livery stable, Va 84 

Wilson & Evans, gunsmiths. Sac 383 

Wilson W. F. stage line, Va 312 

Winegar A. B. salt, S. Frsco 384 

Winton N. W. commissioner, Va 214 

WoodCJeo. M. engraver, S, Frsco 279 

Young J, C, M, U. S. Frsco 30O, 333 

Young &, Georges, stables, Va... .206 



WILL BE ISSUED ANNUALLY 

A DIRECTORY SIMILAR TO THE PRESENT, WHICH WILL BE INCREASED 
IN SIZE AND MATTER WITH THE INCREASE OF POPULATION 

AND BUSINESS OF THE TERRITORY. 
CHAS. COLLINS; Virgiaia; and 611 Sausoue Streetj San Fraacieco. 



lEIlSTOI^LOl^^Xj. 



But little was knoi^n of this country previous to the silter ex- 
citement of the last few years, separated by the Sierras from 
California, and situated at such a distance from the Atlantic 
States, its earliest Visitors were emigrants passing through here 
on their way to California, and they having the latter country 
so impressed on their mind it would have required more glitter- 
ing assurances than this country at that time offered to have 
induced them to locate \^ithin its borders. The first white set- 
tlements of this country, claiming the protection of the American 
flag, were Mormons, afterwards it was selected by a class of 
desperadoes and horse thieves, whose nefarious pursuits could be 
carried on without molestation, and generally without pursuit — 
the various mountain fastnesses and uninhabited valleys affording 
them ample protection from the hands of justice. The early 
history of Nevada, up to within the last few years, was char- 
acterized and chequered by unfruitful attempts to form a govern- 
ment and have a separate Territory laid off from the ample limits 
of Utah, (what is now- Nevada Territory,) which would place the 
settlers outside the limits of Mormon laws ; and amongst thoi=e 
who were foremost in furthering this object was the late Judge' 
Crane, who was the first delegate sent to the National Capitol 
for that purpose, being elected unanimously by the people of the 
Territory, who wished to live under the protection of the Federal 
Government, and governed by its appointees. At Washington 
he failed to carry his point of obtaining a separate Territorial 
Government, under the auspices of the General Government. 

Dealers in Printers' Cards, Card Board, Bill Head Papers, &c. 



18 HISTOEICAL. 

The people enraged at the negligence and apathy shown by the' 
General Governnient in not attending to their wants, and being 
determined to have some system of government not connected 
with Mormon rule, on June 6th, 1859, a mass meeting of the 
residents was held, when it was resolved to call a Convention of 
Delegates to meet at Genoa on the 18th of July ; accordingly 
the delegates met and framed a ''Declaration,^^ stating their griev- 
ances, the principal points of which averred that the Mormons^ 
who had the reins of government and the administration of the 
laws, had abused the powers placed in their keeping ; that they 
had denied to the Judges of the United States the right to try 
criminals, when such criminals were Mormons, with several more 
specifications showing Mormon injustice in the administration of 
the government in the Territory. The Convention, after passing 
a series of resolutions, stating their grievances, wound up with 
the following : 

" Therefore, believing in the rectitude of our intentions, and believing the time 
has arrivetl, we make known and declare our entire, unconditional separation from 
Eastern Utah. To provide for and secure our future protection, we pledge to each 
oth"r our sacred obligations to erect for ourselves a Territorial Government, 
founded upon the Repulilican principles of the Constitution of the United States, 
and that we will maintain and defend it to the best of our ability, and we look to 
the support and protection of the Federal Government and our fellow-citizens in 
every part of the Union." 

The discovery and development of the mines, the large influx 

of capital and population, consequent upon their development, for 

a time diverted tlie minds of the people ; the subject being again 

agitated, a Governor and Legislature was elected and met at 

Genoa in 1859. After receiving the message of the Governor, 

(who had just been elected,) the Legislature adjourned. In May, 

18()0, an event took place which marks an important epoch in 

our history, and for a time retarded the development of our mines, 

and foreboded serious injury to the country, a difficulty having 

arisen between a party of Indians and some settlers, at a place 

which was then known as William's Station, about sixty miles 

below Genoa, four whites got killed. This wholesale murder 

aroused the country to a state of maddened frenzy and revenge, 

and for three months the indiscriminate scalping of every Indian 

that could be found was carried out, and public vengeance had 

been fully appeased. This unfortumte affair operated with such 

damaging influences on the country, and created such a panic 

among emigrants that were preparing to visit the Territory, that 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



HISTORICAL. 19 

for a year following there was a perfect stagnation in all kinds 
of business. In 1861 Governor Nye, and other Federal ap- 
pointees arrived, and took cliarge of the reins of government and 
the administration of its affairs. An attempt was made last fall 
to have Nevada admitted as a State, which would have succeeded 
had not a party of ofl&ce seekers, who cared more for their own 
personal aggrandizement than their country's welfare, tried to 
force themselves upon the people for appointments. The Con- 
veh tion for the formation of a State Government met in Carson last 
fall, and, after a lengthy session, drew up a " State Constitution," 
with so many obnoxious and objectionable features in it that the 
people, by a large and overwhelming vote, rejected it, and the 
government again relapsed into its Territorial form ; but the 
" outside world " must not form rash conclusions from these re- 
sults, nor doubt either the loyalty or the enthusiastic patriotism 
that actuate the people of the Territory. She has given in her 
numerous munificent donations to the Sanitary Fund, and through 
the loyal press of the country uncontrovertible proofs of 
her adhesion to the Government, and her loyalty to the Union and 
Administration. Nevada is bound to be a State ; her pride, in- 
telligence, wealth and capacities, all point to her abilities, as 
well as to the necessities of a State Government. It has been 
claimed by parties, pretending to speak for Nevada, that the 
people objected to a State Government on account of the ad- 
ditional expense incurred. This is a base slander upon the liber- 
ality and patriotism of her citizens. There is not under the 
broad canopy of the American flag a more loyal, law abiding and 
self-reliant people ; and when the country purges itself (as she is 
now doing) of the cankerworm of politicians that infest her, a 
State Constitution will be adopted, and a State Government 
formed, which will reflect the genius, capacity, and loyalty of 
Nevada. Governor Nye, under the auspices of the Administra- 
tion, and a special Act of Congress admitting Territories, has 
issued his call for a convention of delegates to meet in Carson at 
an early date to form a State Constitution and have it adopted 
by the people. There is little doubt but that the Constitution 
•will be ratified by the people, as they have too much pride and 
patriotism to remain in Territorial obscurity when the oppor- 
tunity is offered them to strengthen the Government by the ad- 

Baalers in Blank Books, Legal and Commereial Blanks. 



20 HISTORICAL, 

dition of another "JPVee State." If political hucksters can only be 
kept out of the convention, Nevada will, this fall, clothe herself 
in the virgin robes of State, and give another proof to the Ad- 
ministration and the world of her unflinching adhesion to the 
Government and the " Union" 

A series of attempts have been made by a hungry and unscru- 
pulous lot of brokers, assisted by putrid copperheads and loud- 
mouthed Union men, to force greenbacks as the standard currency 
on the Territory. The advocates of this measure have labored 
to impugn the patriotism of the opponents of this measure. The 
following resolution, which speaks for itself, was introduced at a 
meeting (held in Virginia City a short time since) by A.B. Paul, 
Esq., of Gold Hill, a gentleman who has labored with more zeal 
for the cau-e of the Union, and expended more time and money 
in strengthening the Government, soliciting aid, and collecting 
funds for the benefit of the Sanitary Commission, than any other 
man in the Territory, and all the greenback agitators put to- 
gether : 

Resolved, That we, the merchants, miners, business men. and citizens generally, 
of Storey county, do hereby, in mass meeting: assembled, declare our full adher- 
ence to tlie Federal Govornraent, and our readiness to aid it as far as in our power, 
but as gAA and silver has been for years our standard currency, we hereby de- 
clare that we will aflhere to the same, and denounce any man as acting dishonor- 
ably who pays any debts with greenbacks, unless by agreement. 

The resolution was adopted with unbounded enthusiasm by 
the largest assemblage ever collected in the Territory. There 
is one noticable fact to be observed in this controversy, the in- 
fluential Union newspapers of the Territory, and all Union men 
who are not in search of office, are advocates of hard currency. 

The Territory contains about 65,000 square miles, a large pro- 
portion of wliich is mineral fields. Prof, Sllliman, a gentleman 
in every way competent, has been appointed by the Federal 
Government to make a geological survey and report on its min- 
eral resources. His report and opinion of our resources will be 
anxiously looked for. 

Mr. R. M. ^vans, a gentleman of great research, keen observa- 
tion, and an able writer, is now engaged in publishing a book 
wliich will give a succinct history of everything appertaining to 
this Territory, from its earliest history up to the present time. 
The book will be embellished with maps showing the location of 

HODGi: & WOOD, Wliolesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F.' 



HISTORICAL. 21 

the various prominent " lodes " throughout the Territory. It will 
form a valuable addition to the meagre works already published 
on this Territory. Mr. Grafton Brown, a young gentleman who 
is a master spirit in his profession, will shortly issue a series of 
maps and views showing the location of Virginia, Gold Hill, and 
the various lodes that have gained for these places such an en- 
viable name. Although scarcely five years have elapsed since 
the di.-covery and development of the minerals of this country, 
the silver mines of Nevada yield a greater annual product than 
those of any other country, Mexico excepted ; and this yield is 
clearly not one-hundredth part of what it will be. Nevada is 
remarkably, and from its position and formation, necessarily 
healthy. It forms the western side of the great basin inclosed 
by the Rocky Mountains on the east, and the Sierra Nevadas on 
the west, the average elevation of its valleys being at least 5,000 
feet above tide-water, while very little of it is as low as 4,000. 
Some of the peaks of the Humboldt Mountains are 11,000 feet 
high. The winters are of moderate length, with a temperature 
modified by the mild breezes that come from the Pacific. No 
rain falls for six or eight months in each year, and the country is 
entirely destitute of swamps. The rivers that runs from the 
Sierras, on the south, as well as the Humboldt, and those coming 
from that direction, lose themselves and are absorbed on the 
great and barren desert that stretches far eastward. This desert 
is thinly covered with the useless shrub (to all but emigrants) 
known as ^' sage brush J" The Humboldt River rises in the moun- 
tains of Western Utah, pursues a circuitous but generally south- 
western course for a distance of 350 miles, losing itself in the 
great " Sink" soon after passing through Humboldt Lake, which 
is about 100 miles from the foot of the Sierra Nevadas, and 40 
north of the "Sink" of Carson, The Humboldt is largest near 
its head, receiving on its course a few very diminutive tributaries. 
In summer it gets so low that it can be forded almost anywhere 
on its whole length, and dwindles in size as it proceeds, until 
finally it is entirely lost in the "SinkJ' It runs through a desolate 
valley, from ten to thirty miles wide, bounded by ranges of moun- 
tains as desolate in appearance as itself. Those mountains, 
known as the Humboldt, with the Reese River mountains further 
east, are now disclosing immense deposits of the precious metals 

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to the explorers' energetic endeavors. A ditch is being con- 
structed, to tap the Humboldt River sixty miles above what is 
now known as Humboldt City, which, when completed, will give 
water privileges to sufficient mills, and other branches of indus- 
try, to develop the rich resources of the country, and build up a 
new empire in what was formerly a barren wilderness. The 
Humboldt mountains are now acknowledged to be miracles of 
wealth, which only requires time and the necessary machinery 
to develop. With the Pacific Railroad to bring them food at 
moderate rates, the people of this country have a future before 
them which shine as resplendantlyas the precious metals that lay 
encompassed in their mountains. The day is not far distant when 
this country will produce enough of silver to^ supply the wants of 
the world ; then greenbacks will command a premium, and green- 
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Virginia is to '^JVevada " what San Francisco is to the Pacific 
Coast — the reservoir that contains the nucleus and material to 
support and sustain the surrounding country. A stranger coming' 
from the " States," (after passing over a series of sterile deserts 
and barren mountains,) arriving in the city, is at first wrapt up 
in wonder and amazement, and finally gives vent to his admira- 
tion of a people who have the enterprise to raise such towering 
proofs of their indomitable energy and perseverance. No matter 
in what direction the eyes are turned is to be seen mammoth 
blocks of business houses, palatial residences, and workshops 
where every conceivable business and trade is represented, and 
from every prominence the towering steeples of religious institu- 
tions bespeak the refinement, intelligence and cultivated tastes 
of the residents. Situated on the eastern side of Mount David- 
son, with a very limited amount of level land on which to build 
the city, possessing but few of the materials necessary to assist 
in building it up, Virginia, like a meteor, has sprung up under 
the untiring energy of her citizens to the mammoth proportions 
of a metropolis. The city must ot necessity continue to be, as 
she now is, the headquarters and mart of trade and commerce for 
this Territory. Here are located business houses, whose mam- 
moth stocks of goods are continually kept replete with all that 
is necessary or demanded by the people of the Territory. A 
large proportion of the merchants being direct importers, or 
branches from large manufacturing establishments in California 
and the East, and selecting the most advantageous seasons for 
the transportation of their goods over the mountains, are thus eu' 
abled to successfully compete with and undersell (adding freight} 
dealers in other places. Another year's growth, similar to the 
past, would place her beyond the sanguine expectations of her 

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most entliusiastic admirers. Her growth is unparalleled and hefT 
progress marvellous. The valleys in the immediate vicinity al- 
ways raise sufficient of the necessaries of life to support a popu- 
lation treble the present size. Lake Tahoe, the Truckee, and 
Carson River and Valley give to this place a superabundance of 
fish and game ; and the increased development and rapidly in- 
creasing wealth of the surrounding mines gives a confidence to 
the business man, resident, and speculator, in everything they un- 
dertake. The city has four daily and the same number of weekl/ 
newspapers, which, for size and " matter" are not surpassed on 
the Pacific coast. Stages radiate from here to all parts of thef 
Territory, California, and the States. Omnibusses ply between 
here and Gold Hill, Silver City, and surrounding points, at all 
hours. Foundries, machine shops, potteries, brick-yards, and 
other domestic manufactures, are in abundance ; and every pro^ 
fession has here its representatives. On the succeeding pages 
will be found a brief sketch of " The City, and what it coN' 

TAINS." 



CITY IMPROVEMENTS. 

In essaying to give a review, mark the progress, and exhibit 
the enterprise di?played within the past year, by both the City 
Authorities and private enterprise, we will curtail our remarks^ 
and chronicle only facts of public interest. The year just past 
has been remarkable for the enterpfise and public spirit mani- 
fested by the old City government. The present City Council 
deserves the thanks of the citizens for the many improvements 
and very necessary changes and reforms that they have projected, 
and are now carrying out. Virginia owes the proud position 
that she now occupies, more to the indefatigable go-aheaditive- 
ness of her business men than to any natural causes (other than 
the mines). None but an actual observer could realize the^ 
celerity ])y which streets are opened and graded, and whole 
blocks of three and four story buildings are erected. The rapid 
manner by which they are tenanted, at once shows that our 

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growth is healthy and permanent. Such extensive improve- 
ments has had the effect of enhancing the value of property, 
and it is a fact worthy of note that real estate has doubled in 
value during the past year. There is a marked difference in 
the style and finish of a large proportion of the residences that 
are being erected. Luxuries and the comforts of a permanent 
home, are being observed in their construction. Louis Feusier 
& Co., Wholesale Grocers, and Gillig, Mott & Co., the well- 
know Hardware merchants, have erected a block of four story 
brick buildings, corner of C and Taylor streets ; the ground 
floors are occupied by the owners for stores ; the upper stories 
are used for storage and manufacturing connected with their 
business. L. Feusier & Co., erected during the past year for 
Wells, Fargo & Co., the building which that Company now 
occupy. The lower story was laid off for the express 
accomodation of this Company, and we venture to say it is the 
most commodious, as well as the best arranged, office occupied 
by the Company on the Pacific coast ; the second floor is 
occupied for offices, and the basement by the well-know firm of 
Wm. Shepard & Sons, Gas Fitters and Plumbers. Howell, 
Black & Bro., merchants, corner of C and Taylor streets, have 
erected a magnificent brick building with stone basement run- 
ning clear through from C to D streets, which, for substantial- 
ness and perfect finish, is not surpassed on the Pacific coast. 
McLaughlin & Root, Hardware merchants, have put up and 
finished a substantial brick building, four stories high, having 
fronts both on B and C streets ; the ground and second floors 
are occupied by the firm for sales-room and workshops, and the 
two upper stories is occupied as offices and sleeping rooms. It 
is estimated that the residence of R. M. Stewart, cost $80,000. 
The Enterprise Building, is another of the noticeable features of 
the city. There are numerous other buildings that deserve a 
passing notice, but the space allotted to this department pre- 
cludes us from describing them. We have alluded to this sub- 
ject more to convince parties at a distance, that the business and 
population of the city is not upon a mushroom or fluctuating 
basis, but that it is as permanent as it is substantial. 

Mayor Arick, in his report for the last fiscal year, says — in 
reference to our finances : 

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" The total tax roll of the city, accordino; to the report of tho 
City Tax Collector, is $90,858 75. The" amount collected— 
$69,779 13— with a delinquent tax of $20,783 12 ;" but since the 
installation of the present City Tax Collector, Mr. H. R. 
Alexander, the city revenue is flowing more freely into the 
Treasury. 

The finances of the city are now in a healthy condition. We 
make another extract from the Mayor's report, published on 6th 
April, 1864 : 

" The expenses of the City government during the past year, 
have been greater than anticipated, but the unprecedented growth 
of the city, the increased necessity for cross streets, engine 
houses, cisterns, hose, sewers, together with the nece.-sary 
expenses incurred in providing for the sick and indigent, have 
added much to the ordinary current expenses." The Mayor in 
closing his report winds up with the following : 

" Our new Charter says that you shall have power to make 
by-laws and ordinances not repugnant to the Constitution and 
laws of the United States, or Territory of Nevada. Allow me 
to urge the importance of confining your legislation to the strict 
limits of the Charter, and always avoid the exercise of the 
doubtful powers. Before closing my report, I desire to return 
to the old Board of Aldermen and City officers, my profound 
and sincere thanks for the uniform kindness and courtesy 
extended during the past year, and to the newly elected govern- 
ment I pledge my hearty co-operation in all measures tending to 
promote the public good ; with you will rest the responsibility 
of sh.'iping the laws and establishing the government of a city, 
young but rich and flourishing, and now attracting the attention 
of the world. ' God made the country, man makes the town,' 
let us indulge the hope that its government will be a model — its 
existence, eternal." 

City Police. 

The newly elected officers seem to have been selected with 
an eye specially to their qualifications ; they are all men of 
reputation, and the present efficient City Marshal, C. W. Cooke, 
is building up a lasting re])utation by the efficient manner that 
he is discharging his official duties. 

In another part of this work will be found a notice of the 
Fire Department, giving the names of the various companies, 
with other interesting matter relating to this subject. 

Clivirclies. 

One of the strongest proofs of the intelligence, growth and 
progress of Virginia, lays in the towering steeples of the many 

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cliurclies that dot the city on every side. Perhaps in no city in 
the United States can a people, thrown together from all parts 
of the world, in such a short space of time, boast of so many 
churches and places of worship for the population. 

The various denominations seem to have vieJ with each other 
in the size, architectural design, and beauty of finish of their va- 
rious places of worship. 

Xtoman Catliolic. 

The Immaculate Conception Church — Congregation of the 
Passionate Fathers — Very Rev. Peter Magagnotto, Superior ; 
(Very Revs. Father Angelo, John Phillip, John, Paul, Hycienth, 
and S. Wefonhus, Assistants.) This beautiful edifice is so advan- 
tageously situated that it commands a view of the city in all 
directions. It was opened for religious services on the 20th De- 
cember, 1863. The church is 40 feet wide by 100 feet in length, 
and its cost in its present state is about $15,000. When its in- 
terior decorations are completed, it will be one of the neatest 
and best arranged churches in the Territory, Monastery and res- 
idence of the Superior and Assistants in rear of church. 

St. Mary's in the Mountains — Rev. P. Manogue, Pastor. 
This new church is 38 feet wide by 100 feet long. It was built 
in October, 1863, at a cost of about $20,000, and can seat GDO 
persons. Residence and reception rooms of the Pastor in the 
basement of the church. 

I*x'Otestant-lEpiscopal. 

St. Paul's Church— Rev. Franklin S. Rising, Rector, corner 
of Taylor and F. streets. This elegant structure was completed 
on the 22d February, 1863, and was consecrated by Bishop Tal- 
bot on the 11th October of the same year. Size, 31 feet by 60 
feet, and will seat 25lJ persons. Services are held every Sunday 
at 11 o'clock, A. M., and 7^ P.M. Sunday School meets at 
1.45 P. M. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church — Rev. C. V. Anthony, 
Pastor. This is the first denominaiion that held religious ser- 
vices in the city. The old church was built in the fall of 1860 ; 
their new church was dedicated on the 14th February, 1864. 
This is a beautiful brick building, with a cut stone basement. 
Size, 42 feet by 70 feet. It will seat 400, and will cost, when 
completed, about $40,000. It has a large and constantly aug- 
menting congregation. 

First Presbyterian Church — Rev. W. Palmer, Pastor — or- 
ganized on 21st September, 1862, by the Rev, W. W. Bryan. 
Religious services are now held at the District Court Room, 

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South B every Sabbath, at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Arrang:ementg 
are now being made for building a church to accommodate the 
constantly increasing number of members. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church — Rev. Green, 

Pastor. A neat and substantial church has lately been built on 
F street, and religious services are held every Sunday at the 
usual hours. 

Storey County Bible Society — Organized 26th October, 
1863. Its officers are: David S. Turner, President; Dr. T. H. 
Pinkerton, Vice President ; Rev. C. V. Anthony, Rev. W. W. 
McComber, Rev. D. W. Palmer, Rev. N. W. Winters, Rev. Thos. 
R. Diehl, Executive Committee. The object of this Society is to 
promote the circulation of the Holy Bible without note or com- 
ment. The Society has Depositories in the following places for 
the sale of Bibles : Virginia, Gold Hill, Dayton, Washoe City, 
and Austin. 

©cliools. 

Public Schools. — There is, perhaps, no city in the Union 
(population considered) where there has been as much interest 
evinced, and capital expended for school purposes, as in this 
city. The school buildings are located on E street, between 
Washington and Taj'lor, and have a front of 60 feet on E street, 
*and 90 on Washington. The schools are divided into the fol- 
lowing departments : Grammar — J. G. Chesnut, Teacher ; First 
Intermediate. Miss S. S. Mathews ; Second Intermediate, Miss 
H. K. Phillips ; Third Intermediate, Miss K. McLaughlin. 
First Primary, Miss S. Bisbee ; Second Primary, Miss C. M. 
Bachelder ; Third Intermediate, Miss A. Le Compt. The 
schools have an average attendance of 327 scholars, divided as 
follows: Males, 129; Females, 140. The following is the 
names of the newly elected School Trustees : Judge Tilford, 

President ; John Mallon, Flood, A. DeLand, N. A. H. 

Baldwin, Judge Robinson, and Brown. 

Private Educational Institutions. — The Sisters of Mercy 
have just Of)cned a school. The Misses Higgins, on North F 
street and Dr. H. M. Bien, corner of F and Union streets, have 
each got large and commodious schoolrooms, and teach all the 
various branches. There are numerous other private schools in 
different parts of the city. 

Sisters of Charity — Branch of Sisters of Charity, San Fran- 
cisco, Sister Frances, Surperioress. Have established a branch 
in this city for educational purposes. The Legislature of Cali- 
fornia have shown its appreciation of their invaluable services by 
voting tliem $10,'' 00, at the last session. The Sisters are cosmo- 
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obtain their clemency, is tlie knowledge that the parties claim- 
ing it are worthy of their assistance. The City government 
should lose no time in showing their appreciation of the services 
of the Sisters, by making them a liberal donation of land and 
money, and might rest assured that both would be properly 
applied. Their School will be on a lot south of Father Manogue's 
church ; and their re--idence will be in a building that is being 
erected at the old Catholic burying-ground. 

Cemetei'ies. 

This city can now boast of a public burial place for the dead, 
the ground formerly known as the Flowery Hill Cemetery has 
been purchased from its owner, J. B. Wallard, by the city, at a 
cost of twenty-five hundre I dollars. The City Council are taking 
the necessary steps to have the grounds laid off in a manner 
which, wdien completed, will reflect credit on the good taste of 
its projectors. The tract contains 27 acres. A portion of the 
grounds has been reserved and laid off for the exclusive use of 
the firemen of this city. 

Mount St. Mary's Cemetery. (Catholic,) under the charge 
of Rev. Father Manogue, is situated one mile east of the city. A 
good road is now constructed, and when the grounds, which are 
being tastily laid off, and other improvements whicli are now 
commenced are completed, it will be one of the ornaments of 
the city. A cross, forty feet high, is being erected in an ap- 
propriate portion of the grounds, which, when completed, can be 
seen from all parts of the city. About 100 has already been 
buried here. Fatlier Manogue has laid off and presented to the 
firemen of Virginia a plot of ground which is being laid off into 
parcels for their exclu-ive use. They intend the present year to 
erect a suitable monument to mark the locality of their burying 
ground. 

The Eureka (Hebrew) Society have purchased a plot of 
ground on Cedar Hili, to be used as a cemetery, which they have 
fenced in and otherwise improved. The Society have displayed 
a great deal of good taste, and expended a large sum of money 
in ornamenting their grounds. 

County Hospital. 

Is situated on the outskirts of the city, on the side of the 
ravine or canon that leads to the Gould and Curry mine ; the 
location is a healthy one, and an excellent view of the city and 
surrounding country, can be obtained from the building. The 
Hospital is divided into two buildings, three sti^ries high. The 
male department is 60 by 40 feet, and is capable of 
accomodating G(l patients. Patients can be provided with 
private rooms in the Hospital by paying five dollars per day. 

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Patients who have money are charged two dollars per day, and 
tliose that are destitute are kept at the expense of the County ; 
the object bein<? to make tlie institution as light a burthen on 
the county as possible. The building is well ventilated, painted 
and furnished tliroughout ; an abundance of water is obtained 
from wells sunk in the vicinity ; extensive improvements are 
being made ; the grounds surrounding the buiMing is being laid 
off into walks, and |)lanted with trees and shrubbery ; the cook- 
ing department is excellently arranged, being provided with 
cooking ranges capable of accomodating 200 patients. Average 
Dumber of patients, 40. Dr. Thos. H. Pinkerton, is the visiting 
Physician, and General Superintendent. 

Female department has facilities for accomodating 14 patients. 

Insane department is in the basement of the building. 

City Hospital. 

The city own a very fine Hospital building, but from a mistaken 
policy of economy, it is not used— the City Physician visiting 
patients at their places of residence, and receiving a certain 
amount from the city for each professional visit. This is a mis- 
taken policy of economy on the part of the city, as it really 
costs more than it would to keep the Hospital open, besides 
being a very unsatisfactory position for a City Physician to be 
placed in, as he is thus debarred from being able to make correct 
official reports. Dr. J. C. Tucker is the City Physician. 

]\Iasonic. 

Virginia LodCxE, F. & A; M.. No. 162.— Chartered May, 1863. 
James Z. Kelly, W. M. ; Chas. H. Fish, S. W. : Joseph Barnert, 
J. W. ; James i^olan, Treasurer ; Joseph De Bell, Secretary ; 
A. N. Vaughn, S. D. ; Geo. W. Epley, J. D. ; A. S. Olin, 
Marshal. Stated meetings, second Wednesday in each month. 

Es-cuRiAL Lodge, U. D., F. & A. M.— C. M. Cornell, W. M. ; 
W. A. M. Van Bokkelen, S. W. ; Columbus Walker, J. W. ; 

• Chappell, Treasurer ; E. W. Haines, Secretary ; E. H. 

Morton, S. D. ; P. V. ISarry, J. D. ; L. W. Ferris. D. N. Powers, 
Stewards ; John O'Brien, 3Iarshal. Regular communications 
second Tuesday in each month. Called communications every 
other Tuesday. Meetings in the Masonic Hall. 

Ocid. r'clloTVS. 

Mt. Davidson No. 3. I. 0. 0. F. of Nevada Territory. 
The Lodg-^ is in a flouri-hing condition, and is rapidly augment- 
ing its numbers. The first meeting was held on February i4th, 
1862, and the officers were installed on 2d April of same year ; 
it now numbers 125 raenibers. This Lodge is under the jurisdic- 
tion of the Grand Lodge of California. The following are the 

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Battles of its officers : John Steele, N. G. ; T. B. Smith, V. G. ; 
N. W. Winton, R. S. ; W. H. Davenport, P. S. ; G. W. Noyes, T. 
Regular meetings on Saturday evenings, in Masonic Hall. 

An Odd Fellows' Hall Association has been recently organized, 
and the building now occupied as a Court Hou,-e has been pur- 
chased by them. The Association design to add two stories to 
the building, the upper one to be used as a hall for meetings of the 
Lodge. 

I. 0. 0. F. — Nevada Lodge No. 7, was organized January 
15th, 1863, by David Kendall, Grand Master of California. 
Regular meetings every Friday evening are held in Odd Fellows' 
Hall, numbers 30 members, and is in a prosperous condition. The 
following is a list of its officers : D. B. Woolfe, N. G. ; D. M. 
Love, V. G. ; J. C. Swain, R. S. ; A. Hirschman, P. S.; R. M. 
Black, Treasurer. 

Sons of Tempei'ance. 

Virginia City Division, No. 2, S. of T.— Number of mem- 
bers, 180. Sons of Temperance was organized in this city in 
1860. The financial affairs of the Society are in a prosperous 
condition. Their influence is being felt, and importance 
appreciated, by the whole community. Meetings are held in the 
" Odd Fellows' " Hall every Monday evening, at 7^ o'clock p. m. 

Names of officers : W. Wright. W. G. ; Peter N. Ryan, W. 
A. ; C. S. Stell, R. S. ; Wm. Kane, A. R. S. ; G. W. Wright, 

F. S. ; A. S. George, Treasurer. Grand Division Sons of Tem- 
perance, was organized in 1862. Meet every six months in Odd 
Fellows' Hall." Officers: T. C. Plunkett, G. W. P. ; D. M. 
Love, G. W. A. : G. W. Johnson, Grand Scribe ; Thos. Slve, 

G. Con. ; E. A. Hyde, Chaplain ; Rev. T. H. McGrath, Grand 
Lecturer ; D. M. Love, Representative to National Division. 

Fenian Brotlierliood.. 

The Virginia branch of the Brotherhood was organized on the 
2d April, and, although only a few weeks in existence, its pros- 
pects are very encouiaging. The object of this organization has 
in view is one that appeals to the universal sympathies of man- 
kind. Irishmen throughout the world, but particularly in Amer- 
ica, are noted for tlieir patriotism, love of liberty, and reverence 
for their native land. This society, which is only one of the 
thousand of branches that are scattered throughout the world, 
has for its object the liberation of Ireland from the yoke of Eng- 
land, believing that their native country has the ability, talent, 
and resources to manage her own affairs. This is the only organ- 
ization that has ever been started for the liberation of Ireland 
that has thrown sectional dogmas aside, and takes for its basis the 

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broad platform of" twn'e?-sai? W^er^y " as its motto. Its leaders 
have been proven, several of them having passed through the fiery 
ordeal of '48. John O'Mahony, whose name sends a thrill of pride, 
patriotism and confidence through tho heart of every Irishman 
"who remembers the claims of his mother country, is the head 
centre, with the leading minds of Ireland both here and at home 
as his aids. There can be none that doubt either the honest 
intention or the determination of this association to carry its 
plans into execution whenever the time and opportunity arrives. 
It was John Mitchell who gave expression to the following illus- 
trious words : " He that foi'gets that he is an Irishman, and the 
claims that his mother country has upon him, is an unworthy 
citizen of the United States." Let Irishmen impress his memo- 
rable words on their memory, organize, and bide their time. The 
following is a list of its officers : V. O'Toole, T. G. Murphy, P. 
N. Ryan, John Cahill, Thos. Bulger, Mark Feeney and John 
Walsh, Committee of Safety ; J. P. Gallagher, Head Centre ; P. 
J. McKeany, Secretary ; Michael McCluskey, Treasurer ; P. N. 
Ryan, Financial Secretary — meets every week, the President being 
empowered to call " special meetings " when deemed necessary. 
One of the finest military companies in the Territory has been 
organized from among the members of this association, which will 
be found noticed under the head of ''Military." 

Evireka Society. 

This is the name of a Hebrew Benevolent Society, which was 
organized in this city, November, 1862. It now numbers 85 
members, and is in a flourishing condition, having upwards of 
one thousand dollars, as a surplus fund, in the treasury. The 
Society has r'urchased a plot of ground on Cedar Hill for a 
grave-yard, which they have fenced in and otherwise improved. 
The Society, since its organization, has expended upwards of 
four thousand dollars. Meetings of the Society are held first 
Sunday of each month in the Prc/bate Court-room. 

The following is a list of its officers : S. Wasserman, Presi- 
dent ; Carl Ahpel, Secretary : M. Wertheimer, Vice President ; 
J. Frankenthal, Treasurer. 

Germania Singing Society. — Wm. Reichel, President ; Chas. 
Kaiser, Vice President ; M. Liebenstein, Secretary ; A. Poller, 
Treasurer ; Fred. Grambss, Leader. 

German Benevolent Society. — Otts Frank, President ; B. 
Franz, Vice President ; Wm. Reichel. Financial Secretary ; E, 
Cramer, Recording Secretary ; G. W. Boreman, Treasurer. 

Typograplxica,!. 

The Washoe Typographical Union was organized on the 28th 
of June, 1863, and has got upwards of 60 members. This 

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organization was formed for the purpose of mutual protection 
and relief. Its ojfficers are — 0. E. Jones, President ; C. M. S. 
Millard, Vice President ; Geo. C. Crowell, Secretary ; Henry 
Trayser, Treasurer ; 0. G-. Hicks, Sergeant-at-Arms. Board of 
Directors : Jolm I. Ginn, A. J. Graham, and John Langarl. 
Regular meetings of the Union are held on the first Sunday of 
each month. Ten members constitute a quorum. 

jMilitary. 

The Military is respected and supported to a greater extent 
here than in any city of double its size and age on tlie Pacific 
coast. A high toned rivalry exists between the different 
organizations, which is plainly discernible when, on public 
occasions or at popular celebrations, they turn out ; their dress, 
drill, equipments, and everything appertaining to perfect dis- 
cipline, being plainly discernible by spectators. May they 
always continue to evince the same spirit of honest pride in their 
organizations that they now display. The time may not be far 
distant when they will have an opportunity to illustrate by their 
valor the right to the confidence and esteem they now enjoy. 

Virginia City Guards, 72 members. Organized, 1862. 
Captain, Thos. Cahill ; First Lieutenant, John Cahill ; Second 
Lieutenant, Alex. Mort ; Brevet Lieutenant, James Bolan. 

Washoe Guards, 67 members. Organized September, 1863. 
Captain, Thos, G, Murphy ; First Lieutenant, M, Hassett ; 
Second Lieutenant, James Breunan ; Brevet Lieutenant, Chas. 
Rotto. 

National Guard has 86 members. Organized November, 
1863. Captain, C. C. Warner ; First Lieutenant, A. B. Elliott ; 
Second Lieutenant, W. A. Bourne ; Brevet Lieutenant, C. W; 
Melzner. 

Emmett Guard, 71 members. Organized May 15, 1864. — 
Captain, Peter N. Ryan ; First Lieutenant, P. M'Auliffe ; Second 
Lieutenant, J. M'Kenna Dolan ; Brevet Lieutenant, J. H. 
Hassett, This Company is composed of the nucleus of the Fenian 
Brotherhood. The officers are selected especially for their 
ability, patriotism and love of native country. Although only 
lately organized it has now its full quota, a fact which proves 
that though through the tyranny of England they have been 
forced to adopt other countries beside their own for a residence, 
the old hatred that flashed from the sword of a "Sarsfield" still 
survives in the hearts of his countrymen, and tliat time, instead 
of quenching their love of liberty, only adds fresh flames to the 
furnace of revolution. From present appearances the day is not 
far distant when Irishmen, collected under the Phoenix wings of 
the " Fenians," will wrest from their oppressors their native 

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country and its cherished traditions. While the memory of 
" Lord Plunkett," and his packed jury is held in execration by 
posterity, let it likewise be remembered that " Emmet's " 
epitaph is still unwritten and his tomb " uninscribed,'' and that 
the time is fast approaching when they, by their valor, can claim 
the right to mark the spot where Ireland's statesman, soldier and 
patriot — Robert Emmel — lays entombed. 

Oa.s TVorlcs. 

Virginia City Gas Company was organized in November, 1863. 
These works have now laid down 1,200 feet of main or street 
pipes, and are capable of manufacturing 5,000 feet of gas per day. 
The gas manufactured by this company is pronounced to be a first 
class article, shedding a clear light. The works are rapidly 
gaining public favor. The following comprises its officers : C. 
H. Simpkins, President ; W. B. Thornburgh, Secretary. The 
Trustees are : C. H. Simpkins, A. Pierce, W. B. Thoraburgh. 

"Vlx'ginia and. Gold. Hill Watei' Co. 

The following gentlemen are the Trustees : John Skae, 0. G. 
Funk, J. W. Gashwiler, M. M, G. Ross. The officers of the 
company are, N. H. A. Mason, President ; John Skae, Vice Pres- 
ident ; C. G. Funk, Secretary and Treasurer ; J. W. Gashwiler, 
Superintendent. The company, during the past year, have made 
improvements and enlarged their facilities for supplying the city 
with an abundance of water ; reservoirs (or tanks) have been 
erected at convenient distances, and easy of access, which, from 
the abundance of water, are always kept full. 

Another company is about to be incorporated for the purpose 
of bringing water from Lake Tahoe. It is a great undertaking, 
but, when completed, will make fortunes for its projectors ; and 
as American enterprise recognize no barriers that labor and cap- 
ital can overcome, we may expect in a short time to revel in the 
luxuries of an abundant supply of fine water from the crystal 
depths of this beautiful natural reservoir. 

Railroads. 

Perhaps next in importance to the development of our mineral 
resources, is the interest manifested in the various lines of rail- 
roads already commenced, and others projected ; but it must be 
apparent to even a casual observer that a railroad running over 
the Sierras to, or connected with this city, would give a stimulus 
to mining and the general development of our mineral resources ; 
and it is only necessary to consider the enormous amounts an- 
nually expended by the people of Nevada to have the various 
necessaries and luxuries of life transported here, over the moun- 
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roads running through the Territory, it would be safe to say that, 
were there a railroad at the present time over the Sierra Nevadas, 
the population of Virginia would double in one year, and mills 
and mining machinery would treble in number. The enormous 
expense which attends our present means of transportation 
greatly retards our progress ; from the rapid progress made, and 
the universal interest manifested in the Pacific Railroad, it is to 
be hoped that at no distant day we will be regaled with the 
delicacies of California, brought over in quick time, and in good 
order, by the aid of the locomotive. 

stage I^ines. 

There is perhaps no city in the United States, as there cer- 
tainly is none on the Pacific coast, that can boast of as many 
stage lines radiating from her limits as Virginia. It would be 
almost an impossibility to enumerate the various stage, ombibus, 
and express lines that start from here at all hours of the day. We 
will, for the benefit of the traveling community, enumerate a few 
of the leading lines : 

California Stage Co. — This is one of the oldest and most 
reliable lines on the Pacific coast. A line of daily stages, be- 
longing to this company, run over the Henness Pass route, be- 
tween here and Marysville, Grass Valley, Nevada and Auburn, 
at the latter point connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad, 
making daily connections with the Sacramento and San Fran- 
cisco steamers, thus rendering the necessity of passengers having 
to lay over at Sacramento or Auburn uneccessary. It is a fact, 
worthy of note, that during the heavy snow storms the past win- 
ter, this company made regular time ; this company likewise run a 
line of stages from Sacramento, California, to Portland, Oregon, 
a distance of 710 miles, with offices at all way points. Thomas 
Henry, Agent, Virginia, office corner of Union and C streets. 

Pioneer Stage Co. runs a daily line of stages between Sacra- 
mento, Cal., and Virginia City, passing through Placerville, 
Genoa, Carson City, Silver City and Gold Hill. This line was 
first established in 1857, and from that time up to the present has 
continued to increase in popularity. It is now one of the best 
(if not the best) lines on the Pacific coast. During the past year 
the business of the company has increased so rapidly that during 
a large portion of the present year they have been compelled to 
put on extras to accommodate the increased travel. L. McLane, 
the Superintendent, (and one of the proprietors,) is a gentleman 
of vast experience, of keen perception, thorough business capa- 
cities and management. This company deserves more credit 
than has been accorded them, for the expense incurred and energy 
displayed in kee|»ing the roads open over the mountains during 
the heavy snow storms of the past winters. Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Express, and the United States mail, are carried by this company. 

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Pacific Stage and Express Co. run a daily Hue of six-horse 
Concord coaches between Virginia and Sacramento, (connecting 
with steamers at the latter place for San Francisco.) over the 
Henness Pass route, connecting at JYewcastle with the Central Pa- 
cific |iailroad. This line runs through Truckee Meadows, Dutch 
Flat and Auburn, near the latter point connecting with their lines 
for Nevada, Grass Valley and Marysville. This line is well 
stocked, is managed and conducted with ability, and is rapidly 
increasing in popular estimation. The route oyer which this line 
runs, is not surpassed on the Pacific coast for its magnificent and 
picturesque scenery. The roads in winter possesses decided ad- 
vantages over any of the other traveled routes, not being liable 
to the heavy snow storms which at certain seasons impedes travel 
on most of the other roads. The company's ofiice, in San F'ran- 
cisco, is at 220 Montgomery street, J. S. McCue, Superintendent, 
S. B. Caswell, Secretary. 

W. F. Wilson's Accommodation Stage Line, between Virginia 
City and Carson. The stages and stock on this line are kept in 
excellent condition. The line is under the personal supervision 
of the owner, the well known " Billy Wilson," of whose name and 
reputation on the Pacific coast it would be superfluous to allude 
to here. He is a universal favorite, and his stage line one of the 
fixtures of the Territory. Stage leaves Virginia at 2^ o'clock, 
P. M., for Carson, stopping at Gold Hill, Silver City, Empire City; 
leaves Carson at 9 o'clock A. M. daily. Ofiice, in Carson, at 
Ormfeby House, Geo. L. Gibson, Agent; ofiice, in Virginia City, 
at Geo. H. Lewis', No. 3 North C street, Jas. H. Boyd, Agent. 

Langton's Pioneer Express run a daily line of stages from 
Virginia to Carson, stopping at way points. Leave Virginia at 
9| o'clock, A. M., and returning leave Carson at 2 o'clock, P. M. 
Mr. Langton likewise runs a line of stages between here and the 
Humboldt country, making Unionville his headquarters, but car- 
rying passengers, express matter, and the United States mail, to 
Star City, Humboldt City, and all other mining points at Hum- 
boldt and Reese River. Packages, letters or treasure forwarded 
to any part of the United States and Europe. J. J. Cooper, Agent, 
ofiice Enterprise Building, South C street. 

Overland Stage Company run a daily line between Sacra- 
mento, Cal., and the Missouri River, (passing through Austin, 
Reese River,) carrying United States mail. Ofiice at Wells, 
Fargo & Co.'s. i 

Crandall's Pioneer Omnibus Line, between Virginia and 
Gold Hill, run a line of omnibusses between here and Gold Hill. 
Leaves International Hotel, corner of Union and C streets, every 
half hour. These omnibusses connect at Gold Hill with another 
line running to Silver City every half hour. Good stock, care- 
ful drivers, and .comfortable omuibusses are the features of this 

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line. There are likewise lines running daily between here and 
Flowery District, American City, Ophir, Steamboat Springs and 
Washoe City. 

Russell & Co. run a daily line between Virginia City and 
Dayton — office of the company at Merchants' Exchange, Nof-th C 
street, Virginia. 

Virginia and Steamboat Springs. — A daily line of stages 
between Virginia and Steamboat Springs — office, in Virginia, at 
Merchants' Exchange, North C street. 

Reed & Co. run hourly between Virginia and American City. 

Fast Freight Line, between San Francisco and Virginia. 
This company carry freight and packages from San Francisco to 
Virginia in three days. Offices are established in Folsom, Pla- 
cerville, Genoa, Carson, Dayton, Silver City, Gold Hill. Mr. 
H. D. Smith, a gentleman fully competent to fill the position, is 
the agent for Virginia, Gold Hill and Silver City. Office in 
Taylor's Block, between B and C streets. 

A. B. McCoy's Accommodation Satge Line, between Vir- 
ginia and Sacramento, via Placerville, leaves Delmonico Hotel 
every even date of the month, arriving in Placerville the follow- 
ing morning in time for the Sacramento stages. Leave Placer- 
ville every even date, on arrival of ^-acramento stages. Office, 
in Virginia, Delmonico Hotel. H. W. Ijaker, Agent. Office at 
Placer Hotel, Placerville. 

TVaslioe Stock and. DExdiana^e Boavcl, 

Organized March Gth, 1853. Officers of the Board : T. A. 
Lynch, President ; C. H. Knox, Vice President ; John McCar- 
thy, Secretary ; R. T. Smith, Treasurer. Members of the Board : 
William Arrington, P. McGloin, J. F. Atwill, John McCarthy, 
W. H. Barstow, J. M. Moore, Edward Cahill, J. D. Meagher, 
William C. Duval, W. F. Myers, E. E. Eyre, W, G. Orrick, 
L. W. Ferris, J. O'Brien, A. H. Griswold, J. W. Pugh, P. D. 
Hedley, J. R. Plunkett, A. Hovey, J. W. Phillips, U. P. Hutch- 
ings, P. H. Hewlett, E. E. Phillips, E. A. Hyde, R. G. Pardee, 
L. Hyneman, M. J. Tower. XL Huguet, 0. H. Piatt, C. C. Har- 
vey, 0. L. Ross, W. Halsey, W. 0. Smith, A. Sutro, C. H. Knox, 
W. W. Savery, W. W. Van Vleet, James Leconey, R. T. Smith, 
T. A. Lynch, R. W. Scribner, J. G. Libbey, J. S. Davis, J. Lor- 
yea, C. R. Lorington, E. Bond, John C. Leconey, S. J. Brown, 
Jas. Kitts. This Board is the oldest in the city. The hall is 
handsomely furnished ; elegance, comfort, and good taste being 
displayed in its arrangement. In the centre of the room is a sky- 
light, the glass of which is stained difterent colors, imparting to 
the hall and its contents a rich and variegated light. The Board 
numbers amongst its members many of the most substantial men. 
in the country. 

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He"vie-w of Xnclristrial Enterprises. 

By referring to the Business Directory, a correct idea can be 
gained of the various mechanical and other branches carried on 
within our limits- It is but a short time since everything re- 
quired for either the use of the city or the mines had to be shipped 
from San Francisco ; but, thanks to the enteprise of our business 
men, we have now representations from almost every branch of 
business known and carried on in more favored cities. We will 
enumerate a few of the most prominent establishments and work- 
shops : 

The Fulton Foundry, situated on the Divide between Gold 
Hill and Virginia, was established in the spring of 1863, by Thos. 
Jones, a practical foundry-man, (having had charge of several 
large establishments,) is now prepared to take orders for castings 
or machinery of any size. During the past year extensive im- 
provements have been made, thus increasing the facilities of the 
foundry in turning out first class work. 

The Gould & Curry Company have fitted up a foundry and 
machine shop convenient to their mill, which is used excbisively 
for keeping in repair the mill and machinery of this company. 

Mechanics' Mills, situated on South D street, have just re- 
ceived a new and improved lot of machinery, and are now pre- 
pared to do all kinds of planing and turning, likewise manufacture 
sash, blinds, doors, mouldings, sidings. Vanduyn & Hooley, 
Proprietors. 

Virginia Planing Mill. — This establishment was established 
in November, 18(^3, the mills of Hughes & Co. and Hawley & 
Moxley consolidating, putting all of the machinery into the 
present building, besides additions. The mill is run by a 20-horse 
power steam engine. Sash moulding and turning done at this 
mill. 

M. Dblaney has a turning establishment on D street, between 
Union and Taylor. All kinds of billiard balls and fine turning 
executed at this establishment. 

Sand Spring ©alt "Fields, 

The most important discovery, next to the silver mines, is the 
Salt Fields, for without salt the silver mines could not be worked, 
and to work them profitably, salt, which is a very important item 
to quartz mills, must be obtained at reasonable rates. The 
amount of salt consumed, if statistics on the subject were gathered, 
would amount to figures that would astound any person un- 
acquainted with the vast quantities annually consumed by each 
of the mills. These Salt Fields are 70 miles from Virginia, on 
the Reese River road, a half mile from what is known as Sand 
Springs. They cover an area of 1,800 acres. The advantage of 

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the location lays in the fact that it can always be shipped at a 
nominal rate by freight teams returning either from the Hum- 
boldt or Reese River mines. As it is impossible to import salt 
from California, at the same figures as the company can deliver 
it here, the stock of the company is looked upon as one of the 
safest and best investments in the Territory. The supply of salt 
is inexhaustible, and is pronounced by the mills to be superior 
for their business to anything yet discovered. It is sold in Vir- 
ginia at five cents per pound, and the company dispose of 200,000 
pounds per month. The original owners incorporated, and have 
limited the shares to 2,500. The trustees and officers of the com- 
pany are men of standing, enterprise and means, and are using 
every means to facilitate its quick and easy transportation. They 
are about constructing a railroad from the works to the main 
road. The company have a monopoly which, if properly man- 
aged, will make the Salt Fields a never-failing source of wealth. 
The following is a list of its officers : N. 0. Arrington, President ; 
J. W. Hazeltine, Secretary ; J. W. Stataler, Treasurer. Sole 
Agents, Gartrell & Murray, South C. street, Virginia. 

Bx'e"%veries. 

The breweries of Virginia is certainly one of the features of 
the city, and it speaks well for the non-intoxicating habits of our 
citizens the amount of patronage, and the consumption of " lager " 
here. Virginia likewise supplies a great many of the smaller 
towns in the neighborhood. 

St. Louis Brewery, 132 and 134 South C street, was estab- 
lished on the 1st of May, 1S61, by Adam Gerhauser. During the 
past year the proprietor has built a large substantial stone build- 
ing, two stories high. The front part is used as a saloon, with 
large and commodious vaults in the rear. The other portions of 
the building are used for the various purposes necessary to brew- 
ing. 

Union Brewery is located at 40 North C street, Chas. Baker, 
proprietor. The well known reputation of the beer made here 
has already procured for the proprietor a large and constantly 
increasing business. 

Washoe Brewery. — This establishment is located on the 
Divide, between Virginia and Gold Hill, at the junction of B and 
C street. The enterprise and experience of Messrs. Eggerts & 
Tants is fast gaining for this brewery an enviable popularity. 

Nevada Brewery, John Dohle, proprietor, situated on the 
Marysville road^in the suburbs of the city. Extensive additions 
and improvements have been added to it the past season, thus 
extending the facilities of its enterprising proprietor to supply 
his customers with a pure, strong and healthy beverage. 

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Philadelphia Brewery, on D street, opposite Magiiire's 
Opera House. 

Virginia Brewery, one mile from the city, in Seven Mile 
Canon. 

A-Ssay Ofiices. 

Messrs. Ruhling & Co., in connection with their banking house, 
have one of the most extensive assay offices in the Territory. 
Office, B street, opposite Taylor. 

Leopold Kuh, (formerly of the Branch Mint, in San Francisco,) 
has an assay office on A street, near the Ophir Mine, and the un- 
bounded public confidence, and his vast professional experience, 
gives him a leading position among the assayists of the Pacific 
coast. 

Theall & Co., corner of C and Taylor street, under Paxton & 
Thornburgh's Bank, do an assaying business. 

Brick- yards. 

There is a large number of brick-yards within the limits of 
Virginia. Excellent material for their manufacture is found in 
abundance. 

■Virginia Pottei'y, 

Situated on H street. A.11 kinds of stoneware is manufactured 
here : crucibles, furnaces, filberts, muffles, and fire-brick. The 
material from which the articles are made is said to be superior 
to anything on the Pacific coast, and it will repay a visit to the 
manufactory to see the various articles in their line, which the 
proprietors have on exhibition. 

Places of Ajmxsexiieiit;^ 

Maguire's Opera House — Is situated on South D street, near 
Union ; its size if fifty feet front by 150 in depth ; it has four 
private boxes, a dress circle, parquet and orchestra apartments. 
No expense has been spared in its construction and finish. 
The first performance was given on the 2d July, 1863. The 
proprietor has kept the theatre, since its opening up to the 
present, occupied by the best talent to be had on the Pacific 
coast. " Stars," after playing engagements for the proprietors in 
San Francisco, are sent here. Maguire & Burns, are the pro- 
prietors. 

Sutliff's Hall, Henry Sutliflf, proprietor, situated on C 
street, between Sutton Avenue and Mill street, is 70 feet front by 
104 in depth; has accommodations for 900 people. It is at 
present occupied by a melodeon troupe. There is 15 private 
boxes, and the stage is the largest in the Territory. 

Atheneum is situated on C street nearly opposite "Sidliff''s," 
and is at present occupied as a melodeon. 

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We^wspapers. 

If the number of papers published in a city is looked upon as 
a reflex 0^ the intelligence and enterprise of its inhabitants, then 
Virginia has a right to claim for herself the title of the ''Athens " 
of the Pacific coast. There are four newspapers published here, 
viz : 3 English and 1 German. 

The Virginia City Daily and Weekly Territorial Enterprise i 
Goodman & McCarthy, Proprietors, Enterprise Building, 
South C street. This is the oldest newsprq»er in the Ter- 
ritory, having been first started by Jennison &, James, in 
Carson Valley in 1S58. The first number was issued in Virginia, 
on Saturday, Nov. 3d, 18()0; at this time it was a weekly paper, 
but was changed to a Daily, 20th September, 1861. It has, by 
the energy, judgment and ability displayed in its management, 
risen to be the leading as well as the largest daily published in 
the Territory ; it contains a large amount of local and miscel- 
laneous news. The Enterprise devotes a large portion of its 
Sunday edition to statistics of mining news, and other matter 
connected with this subject, and is particularly favored by 
mining Secretaries as a medium for advertising their assessment 
sales. " Mark Twain," and " Dan De Quille," occupy a local and 
corresponding prominence in its columns. 

Daily Union, John Church & Co., Proprietors, corner of C 
and Taylor streets. The first number of the Virginia Daily 
Union was issued on the 4th of November, 1862. The Union 
has the printing of the Letter List, and claims the largest circu- 
lation of any paper in the city. It is printed in agate type, and 
dishes up to its readers, daily, a vast amount of reading matter. 
The Union claims to ex|iend more money than any other paper 
in the Territory, for the matter contained in its columns. 

The Daily Old Piute, Lovejoy & Co., Publishers, was started 
in March of the present year. Messrs. Lovejoy & Gillespie till 
the editorial chair, and the local department is presided over by 
Mr. F. C. Farrington. The Old Piute is the second largest 
daily in the Territory, and is issued as an evening paper. It is 
conducted with ability, and characterized by originality of mat- 
ter and style — a qualification highly necessary to a newspaper, 
and one that a large number of its cotemporarics on the Pacific 
coast cannot boast of. It claims to be independent in politics ; 
its columns are devoted to matter which it considers interesting 
to its readers, and is admirably interspersed with original " re- 
partees," whenever occasion requires. 

JVevada Pioneer (German), J. F. Hahnlen, Publisher and Pro- 
prietor ; publication office. Enterprise Building, South C street. 
This paper is issued semi-weekly, but it is contemplated by Mr, 
Hahnlen to shortly change it to a Daily. The publisher has had 
a vast experience in the business, and displays his judgment by 

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issuing one of the best German papers on the Pacific coast ; it 
is edited with ability, and its news columns is filled with in- 
teresting local, and choice miscellaneous matter ; it is no\V the 
recognized organ of the Germans for Nevada. The Pioneer can- 
not fail to make itself a welcome visitor to every German in 
the Territory. Delivered to subscribers on the routes of the 
carriers for twenty-five cents per week. 

DPire Department. 

The Fire Department is composed of fotir engine companies 
and one hook and ladder, numbering a total of about 400 mem- 
bers. There is perhaps no other city in the Union that can boast 
of as efiBcient a fire department, for the population, as Virginia. 
It numbers amongst its members some of the most efficient fire- 
men in the United States ; and it is a source of just pride to the 
firemen of Virginia, as well as to the public spirit of the citizens, 
to be able to boast that the engines and their appurtenances are 
the private property of the members, and obtained through the 
individual energy of each company. It is the boast of the United 
States that, in all the Western and Pacific States, the fire de- 
partment of each city is not paid, but relies upon the public spirit 
of its citizens. The Fire Department of Virginia numbers amongst 
its members the leading men from almost every profession and 
trade in the city. Board of Delegates of the Fire Department of 
Virginia : J. V. B. Perry, Geo. W. Birdsall, Sam E. Wetherill. 

Virginia Engine Company, No. 1, was first organized in 
March, 1861. A number of the members, through their in- 
dividual exertions, collected sufficient funds to purchase their en- 
gine. Seeing the necsssity of a hook and ladder company 
for the city, a part of the old company organized themselves 
into a hook and ladder company, which they called the " Ne- 
vada Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1." Their truck and 
fire apparatus is perhaps amongst the most efficient on the 
Pacific coast. Their truck was built by Folsom & Hiller 
of San Francisco, at a cost of $2,500. Officers of Virginia 
Company, No. 1 : Isaac E. Brokaw, Foreman ; John Rod- 
gers, 1st Assistant ; John Hammerson, 2nd Assistant; Geo. H. 
Shaw, Treasurer ; Chas. S. Champney, Secretary ; and 65 active 
members. The company has 600 feet of hose, which is owned by 
the members. It is a second class engine, and was built by But- 
ton <fe Blake, of Waterford, N. York. It has 9|-inch cvlinders 
and 7i^-inch stroke, with 24feet brakes, manned by 44 men. 
Stated meetings first Monday in each month. The city has just 
rented a commodious engine house on B street, between Fulton 
Avenue and Union. 

Nevada Hook and Ladder, No. 1 — This company was or- 
ganized from the members of Virginia Engine Company, No. 1, 

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and has continued from its oro:anization, up to the present time, 
to be identified with that company, its hall beino; under the 
same roof as Virginia No. 1. It was organized in March, 18iil. 
It numbers 63 members, and has 75 feet of extension ladder, in 
excellent order. The following is a list of its officers : L. P. 
Wardle, Foreman : Louis La Page, Assistant; Chas, Williams, 
President ; B. F. Green, Secretary ; G. A. Campbell, Steward ; 
G. W, Downey, Side Officer. 

Young America Engine, No. 2, organized on the 17th March, 
18ii2. This company's house is situated No. 85 South C street, 
and is 60 by 20 feet. It has a tastefully and well arranged meet- 
ing room, being adorned with pictures illustrating the life of a 
fireman. There are four sleeping rooms connected with the 
building. The engine belongs to the company, and was built at 
a cost of ^6,000. It is the largest and most powerful engine iu 
the Territory, and is really a model of beauty in all its details. 
It has 600 feet of hose, 300 of which belongs to the company. It 
has extension brakes, and has three different suction pipes, made 
to throw five different streams of water, if necessary. A hand- 
some hose carriage is attached. It has a 10-inch cylinder and 91- 
inch stroke. The officers of the company are : N. W. Winton, 
President ; Theo. Hale, Secretary ; Hintz, Financial Secre- 
tary ; 0. C. Steele, Chief Engineer ; W. Weiu, 1st Assistant ; B. 
y. Lackey, 2d Assistant, and 80 active members. 

Eagle Engine Company, No. 3, was organized on 2d of Au- 
gust, 1863. The engine is of the Jeffrey's make, and is the pro- 
perty of the members. Its cost was $3,700. The company has 
a large and comfortable hall on B street, a few doors south of 
the Post Office. This company has 600 feet of hose. Its officers 
are : Thos. Peasley, Foreman ; Patrick Holland, 1st Asssistant ; 
Jas, Pascoe, Secretary ; J. W. Hemenway, 2d Assistant ; Chas. 
Ramson, Treasurer, and 80 members. 

Washoe Engine Company, No. 4. — This company was organ- 
ized in August, 18(i3. The members of this company, although 
lately organized, have displayed more energy and as much effi- 
ciency as any cimpany in the Department. They have paid for 
their engine, which was built for them by Button & Blake, of 
Waterford. Ni'W York, at a cost of $2,800. The cylinder is of 
9.\-inch and has 72-inch stroke. The jumper was built to order 
by Folsom & Hiller, 531 California street, San Francisco, and 
cost $600. They have 600 feet of hose, in good condition. The 
names of the officers are : W. R. Warnock. Foreman ; P. G. 
Garry, 1st Assistant ; H. B. Harmance, 2d Assistant ; H. McDou- 
gall. Recording Secretary ; H. Ettling, Financial Secretary ; E. 
Jacobs, Treasurer, and 80 active members. Engine house North 
B street. 

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Terrltorial—Couiitry and. City OiHcials. 

Below will be found a list of the various Federal, County and 
City Officials ; likewise tlie names of heads of Fire Department 
of Virginia. 

Capital of the Territory — Carson. 

Supreme Court — George Turner, Chief Justice ; Jno. W. 
North, Associate Justice ; Powhattan B. Locke, Associate 
Justice ; Alfred Helm, Clerk. 

Territorial Officers — Jas. W. Nye, Governor and Superin- 
tendent of Indian Affairs ; Orion Clemens, Secretary ; J. T. 
Lockhart. Indian Agent ; W. W. Eoss, Auditor ; Jno. H. 
Kinkead, Treasurer ; "A. F. White, Superintendent of Public In- 
struction ; Robert Rowland, Warden of Territorial Prison. 

U.S. Revenue Officers — Warren Wasson, Assessor, Carson; 
James S. Dilley, Collector, Virginia. 

U. S. Land Officers — Clement T. Rice, Register, Carson ; 
C. N. Note ware. Receiver, Carson. 

U. S. Military — J. L. Van Bokkelen, Provost Marshal 
General. 

i--: Militia Officers — J.W.Nye Commander-in-Chief; J. L.Van 
Bokkelen, Major-General, at Virginia ; Almon Hovey, Brig. 
General 1st Brigade, at Virginia ; Jas. McLean, Brig.-General 
2d Brigade, at Genoa ; H. P. Russell, Adjutant General, at 
Carson. 

First Judicial District — Comprising Storey, Washoe and 
Roop counties — John W. North, Judge ; George King. Clerk, 
at Virginia ; J. S. Bovvker, Deputy Clerk, at Washoe City. 

County Officials — Leonard W. Ferris, Probate Judge ; 
Wm. H. Howard, Sheriff; N. W. Winton, County Clerk, ex-officio 
County Auditor, Clerk Probate Court, and Clerk of tlie Board 
of County Commissioners ; Chas. H. Fish, Recorder ; Lloyd 
Frizell, Assessor ; John Easterling, Tax Collector ; Isaac E. 
James, Surveyor ; Dighton Corson, Prosecuting Attorney ; H. 
H. Flagg, Martin White, and Chas. H. Kuox, Board of County 
Commissioners. 

Township Officers — Gold Hill Precinct— '&. A. Kellogg, 
Justice of the Peace ; Wm. H. Beegan, Constable. Virginia 
Precinct — J. F. Atwill, Justice of the Peace ; J. V. B. Perry, 
Constable. 

City Officials — Rufus E. Arick, IMayor. [Common Coimcil — 
Meet every Tuesday evening — First Ward, John Earl, J. A. 
Cramer ; Second Ward, Goo. H. Shaw, Jas. Brennan ; Third 
Ward, Pembroke Murrav, Alex. Corvell ; Fourth Ward, Thos. 
Parker. R. A. Young.J ' Geo. F. Vosburg, City Clerk ; F. Wal- 
ters, City Treasurer ; Chas. R. P]dwards, Assessor ; H. K. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 413 & 420 Clay St., S. F„ 



HISTORICAL. 45 

Alexander, Tax Collector; C. P. Johnson, Surveyor; John 
Allman, Street Commissioner ; Frank Tilford, City Attorney. 

City Police, etc — Wm. H. Davenport, Recorder ; Clias. W. 
Cooke. Marshal and Chief of Police ; E. F. Clarkson, Captain 
of Police ; City Jailor, M. J. Purcell. Regular Police — H. W. 
Ward, John Brinton, Thomas Buckley, Wm. Mcintosh. Thomas 
Bulger, Thos. McGee, Denis Hays, B. J. Lynch, Thos. Green, 

Dale, Clancy, Frank Soule, E. F. Hawks, • 

Wilcoxon. City Marshal is Chief of Police. 

Quartz IMills and. Hoisting "Works. 

Gould & Curry Mill and Mine, situated about one and a 
half mile east of Virginia City. This is the most extensive mill 
in the Territory, or perhaps in the world. The mill, at present, 
runs eighty stamps. It is estimated that this company extract 
from their ores about a half million bullion monthly. The com- 
pany employ about 8U0 men. The mine has'- three entrances — 
the lower, the middle, and the upper tunnels. At the mouth of 
the middle tunnel, which is situated on South I street, large and 
extensive quartz houses have been erected. A. Lawton, Pres- 
ident ; Chas. Bonner, General Supeidntendeiit. 

Mexican Mine, situated between Howard and A streets, was 
erected in 18()3, has a 25-horse power engine, and the company 
own 100 feet on the Comstock lode. Alsopp & Co., Propi'ietors ; 
E. B. Darsey, Superintendent. 

Mariposa Quartz Mill, located at the foot of Cedar Hiil ; 
it has a 15-horse power engine, running 12 stamps of 600 pounds 
each. Knox's pans and the Hungaiian bowis are used in the 
amalgamating department. Cost of mill about |20,0()0. 

Hoosier State Mill, situated on Silver, between G and H 
streets, was erected in 1862 — engire -JO-horse power. The ma- 
chinery was formerly used in the old Spanish Mill, runs 8 stamps, 
au'i 24 Knox's pans — was erected in 1862. Jacob Cjark & Geo. 
Hurst, Proi)rietors ; J. Clark, Superintendent. 

Cedar Hill Mill, located in Cedar Ravine, has a 40-hnrse 
power engine, built at the Pacific Foundry, San Francisco, three 
straight batteries of four stamps each; crushes 16 tons of rock 
per day ; it has 12 U-feet ama gamating tub-, with 8 Knox's im- 
proved pans. The mill was erected at a cost of $85,000. 

Empire State Mh.l, situate at what is known as Sugar Loaf 
Peak, is run by both water and steam. The water wheel is 40 
feet in diameter, with a 15 horse power engine ; runs 10 stamps, 
and crushes about 12 tons of rock pei- day. It uses Knox's pans, 
with false bottoms, and Wakelee's patent flue pans ; employs 10 
men. Chas. Coover & L. Dunn, Proprietors. L. Dunn, Sup't. 

Dealers in Blank Sooks, Legal and Commercial blanks. 



46 HISTORICAL. 

Utah Mill and Hoisting Works was erected on the 8th of 
January, 1864 ; size of building-, l()(i by 60, is situated in Six 
Mile Canon, nortli of Silver Hill. Tliey own 3,200 feet in three 
ledges, viz., 1,000 in the Coinstock, 1,000 in the middle and 1,200 
in the back ledge. The engine and machinery, which is rated 
as first class, and finely finished, is 90-horse power, was made 
by Devoe, Dinsmore & Co., of San Francisco. The main shaft 
of this company's mine has three apartments, each 4 by 5, and 
is down a depth of 28 feet. 

Mariposa Mill, erected in 1861, situate in Cedar Ravine, has 
a 25-horse power engine, 12 stamps, and 18 amalgamating pans, 
(Wakelee's patent,) employs 10 men. Messrs. Davis & McCurdy, 
Lessees. 

Bajazette & Golden Era G. & S. M. Co., Bajazette Ledge, 
located in I860. Golden Era Company (Mitchell Ledge) 
located 21st January, 1861. B. & G. E., G. & S. M. Co., con- 
solidated Oct. 18<62. and incorporated 26th January, 1863. 
Capital stock, $1,200,000, divided into 4,000 shares— one foot to 
the share ; have 2000 feet in each location, making a total of 
4000 feet. The works are located on C street, north of Virginia 
and Gold Hill Divide. F. F. Fargo, Secretary, office 45 Soutli 
C street, Virginia. 

California Mine & Hoisting Works, was located in 1859 ; 
has two mines — the North and South Central. The Hoisting 
Work's building is large and capacious, and was' erected in 1863. 
Messrs. Bolton, Barron & Co., Proprietors. Wm. Welch, Super- 
intendent. This company own 300 feet in the Comstock ledge, 
and employ 30 men. 

Santerita Claim, Ophir Hill, was located in 1862. The com- 
pany are now engaged in developing their mine. 

Interior Exploring and Mining Co., L. W. Ferris, Pres- 
ident ; M. A. Baldwin, Superintendent ; J. M. Gearheart, Sec'y. 
Ofi&ce in Taylor's Building. The officers of this company are all 
men of experience, and practical miners. This company was 
formed for the purpose of locating and developing mines ; they 
also locate timber and agricultural hinds, and mill and town sites. 
It is conducted similar to the Mount Davidson Tunnelling and 
Exploring Co., a company which has done more to develop the 
mineral resources of the Territory than any other company extant, 
and has proved both remunerative to its projectors and a benefit 
to miners. The I. E. and Mining Co. have already located some 
very valuable mines, and are now engaged in developing them. 

Beach and Paxton's Hoisting Works, situated on Virginia 
Hill, was located in 1859. The comjiany are developing their 
mine. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



HISTORICAL. 47 

Sierra Nevada Hoisting Works, located in Cedar Ravine, 
tvas erected in October, 1863. It has two 30-liorse power en- 
gines, manufactured at the Vulcan Iron Works, 8an Francisco. 
This company use for hoistino; purposes a flat wire rope, three 
inches wide and one and a half thick, and 620 feet long. 

Allen G. and S. M. Co. — The works of this company were 
erected in 1862, are situated in Cedar Ravine, have all the ma- 
chinery and facilities for developing their claim. 

White & Co.'s Mill and Hoisting Works, is located on 
Cedar Hill, building 30 by 60, is worked by an improved horse 
whim ; have located and own 210 feet on the Comstock lode ; 
works erected December, 1863, 

Savage Mine and Hoisting Works, situated on B street, 
was located in July, 1859 ; claim 800 feet on the Comstock lode ; 
have an engine of 50-horse power ; main building 36 by 60 ; car- 
penter shop 40 by 50. Wm. Lent, President ; G. B. McAnney, 
Secretary. 

PoTosi Works, situated on North B street, was located in 
1859, has capacious and powerful hoisting machinery and works, 
own 1,400 feet on the Comstock lode. Patrick McKay, Sup't. 

Dick Sides Silver Mining and Hoisting Works, located 
23d June, 1859, by T. B. Abernathy, J. M. Baldwin, E. Belcher, 
and R. D. Sides. The Works are situated on South Stewart st., 
has first class hoisting machinery, built by Devoe, Dinsmore & 
Co., San Francisco, at a cost of $100,000. The company was in- 
corporated on 22d May. 1863. Office 48 South B street, Vir- 
ginia. 

Chollar Hoisting Works, situated on North A street, claim 
located in I860, owns 1,400 feet on the Comstock, has an engine 
of 100-horse power. 

Wm. Penn Hoisting Works. — The claim which was located 
in 1862, is situated on Virginia Hill, employs six men, and a 
horse whim. 

Burning Moscow Hoisting Works, situated North Ophir 
Hill ; company have located and claim 2,400 feet on the Com- 
stock lode. It lias an engine of 12-horse power, and improved 
hoisting machinery. 

North Ophir, situated on North Ophir Hill, claim 1,200 feet 
on the Comstock lode. 

South Ophir, situated on South Ophir Hill, claims 200 feet 
on the Comstock lode. A tunnel has been run from this claim 
to the North Ophir, from which is taken excellent rock. This 
company are about erecting now and costly machinery, which, 
when completed, will enable them to double their present capacity 
for extracting quartz. 

School Books at Greatly Reduced Prices. 



48 HISTORICAIi. 

York Claim was located in 1859, situated on North Opbir 
Hill. This company employ 10 men, and are now engaged in 
sinking their shaft. The company has ordered hoisting ma- 
chinery. 

Spanish No. 2, located on North A street. This company 
claim 1,600 feet on the Comstock lode, it employs 14 men. J. W. 
Dil.on, Superintendent. 

Best & Belcher Hoisting Works, located on Stewart street, 
south of Taylor. This company have excellent hoisting works, 
with a Carliss engine of lUO horse power. The size of main 
building is 40 by 65 feet, carpenter shop 30 by 25, boiler room 
20 by 40. The company own 226 feet on Comstock lode. 



YEAR COMMENCING MAY, 1864. 



-A-ToTox-e'v^ettloarxs. 
bds. .boards. n..uo^tb. s.. South. nr..near. res.. resides, op. .opposite. 

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Abrams J. res 120 north B 

Ackison W. bar-tender at Seawards's Saloon 

Adams J. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Adams N. laborer Sapphire Mill 

ADAMS THOS. M. hay yard, 57 and 59 north D 

Adams Frank, miner, res north E 

Adams John, Supt Chollar Mining Co, res Chollar Mine 

Adams James, laborer Gould and Curry Mill 

Adams Grove, of Mitchell & Adams 

Adkison D. 0. Supt Fairview Mining Co, office on Divide 

Agan Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Ahen J. oiler Gould & Curry Mill 

Ahiers Ed!, carpenter, res on north Carson 

Ahpel Carl, cigars and stationery, 36 south 

Ahpel Henry, of M. Goldman & Co 

Adchison Dr. cor B and Taylor 

Alban W. G., M. D, north E 

Alchom T. carpenter, res Howard 

Alden I. K. foreman of carpenters Goutd & Curry Mine 

Aldrich Louis, att'y at law. Piper's Bailding, cor Union and B 

Aldridge Judge, bds Chapin House 

Alexander J. J. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

ALEXANDER H. K. city tax collector, office south B 

Alexander John, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Alexander W. F. watchman Gould & Curry Mill 

Alpine Boarding House, by Mrs. Winter, 66 B 

Alsbacher D. L. of Weinshenk <fe Alsbacher 



50 VIRGINIA DIRECTORT. 

Alter Chas. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Alton R. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Alvarez R. miner, res North Mill 

Alvarez John, miner, res North Mill 

Alvarez Florentine, laborer, res 135 north B 

Alvarez J. M. miner, res North Mill 

Allen Mrs. Mary, res 47 north F 

Allen C. W. wood ranch, res 223 aorth D 

Allen Dr. office Piper's Building' 

Allen R. minor Ophir Mine 

Allen J. H. Wright's Soda Works, 126 B 

Allen C. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining Go 

Allenback J. saloon, res A 

Allers Chas. tiraberman Ophir Mine 

Allman Daniel, miner, res G 

Ambrose Wm. miner Chollar Silver Mining^ Co 

Anderson F. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Anderson , carpenter Virginia Planing Mill 

Anderson John Y. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Anderson James, blacksmith Santa Fe Tunnel 

Anderson John, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Anderson M. D. att'y at law, Piper's Building, cot B and tlniore 

Anderson Joseph, (colored) laborer L nr Union 

Anderson John, bar-tender Metropolitan Hotel, 11 and IE n D 

Anderson Thos. miner California Mine 

Anderson J. S. carpenter, cor D and Union 

Anderson J. law clerk, res 25 A 

Anderson J. miner Ophir Mine 

Anderson R. W. cook with Mrs. Keith, north C 

Andrews W, tinsmith, 21 north D 

Andrew Thomas, miner, bds Canandagua House 

Andrews T. G. res 16 A 

Andrews J. D. carrier " Virginia Union," res cor A and Taylor 

Angove J. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Angelo Father, res Immaculate Conception Church 

Angoul John, res H 

Anisini Peter, wood dealer, res north E 

Anthony Rev. C. V. pastor First Methodist Episcopal Churchy 

res cor Taylor and H 
Appach Adolpli, saloon, 24 south B 
Apple Robert, broker, 17 north C 
Applegate Uriah, bds south E 
Arkson C. laborer Ophir Mine 
Ardot G. F. miner, res Howard 
Argentine Saloon, (Ward & HefFron,) 71 south C 
Arguilar D. miner, res North Mill 
Arkell Wni. boardingliouso, north C 
Armand Ed. printer "Union Office'' 



TIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 51 

Armer & Harris, cigars and tobacco, 1 2 soutli B 

Armer H. of Armer & Harris, res 12 south B 

Armstrong- Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Armitage Jas. A. chemist and druggist, op Interuational Hotel, C 

Armour John, carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

ARMSTRONG E. I. proprietor International Hotel 

Arnold J. H. clerk Cope & Hubbard > 

Arnold & Blauvelt, bankers, cor Taylor and C 

Arnold John, banker, cor Taylor and 

Arscheem Morris, barber Metropolitan Baths 

Arthur John, miner Central Mine 

Arthur S. J. teamster Storey & Faull 

Artists' Hall, (R, Grunwald,) 16 north C 

Arvell Edward, night foreman Choller Mining Co 

Arzaga Joseph, printer, res North Mill 

ARRINGTON N. 0. banker, (Stateler & Arrington,) res 44 A 

Arrington A. S. broker, Medan Building, 10 north C 

Arrington Wm. broker, Medan Building, 10 north C 

Ash Wm. hay yard, 336 south C 

Ash A. S. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Asher H. F, tailor Isidor Mayers 

Ashern James, iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Ashley Wm. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Ashley John, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Atkinson George, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Atkinson Levi, miner, res south B 

Atkinson T. B- blacksmith, 69 north B 

ATWILL J. F. justice of the peace, office 55 south C 

Attienna Chabrier, at Howard Street Laundry, res Howard 

Aud, Beebe & Hundley, attorneys at law, office Masonic Block, 

north. B 
Aud F. L. of Aud, Beebe & Hundley, res south B 
Aurich A. butcher, 32 south C 



Hay and Peed Stable, 

No. 60 North D Street. 



M^^ Horses constantly on hand for Hire, and on Livery. '"©^ 



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WM. BREMNER, 

0itimisswii 



Office, Enterprise Building, No. 24 South C St., 



,^^^ Refers by permission to A. C. Wigbtman. R. C. Chappell, Edward Cahill, 
Paxton & Thornbiirgh, of Virginia City, and H. H. Flagg, of Gold Hill. 

Orders Carefully and Promptly attended to. 



METROPOLITAN, 23 North B. 

WASHINGTON, 51 South C. 

SAN FRANCISCO, 7 North B. 



'ts^m^ ^s^^^^ 



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H. S. BECK. 



W. H. YOUNG. 



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H. S. BECK ^ CO., 



VXXLGXISXA. 



BENHAM $( HEATON, 







X13 SOUTH O STI^EEIT, 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 53 

IB 

BA(yH LOUIS, Metropolitan, San Francisco and Washington 

Baths 
Bachelor Miss C. M. primary department Virginia public schools 
Bafchelden J. C. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Bagley John, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Bage J. N. painter Gould & Curry Mill 
Bahr L.. waiter International Hotel 
Baiker L. C. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Baike J. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Bailey R. W. carman Chollar Silver Mining Co 
Bailey H. I. laborer, res nr Catholic Church 
Bailey David, miner, res 60 south C 
Bain J. H. printer, "Old Piute Office" 
Baird Wm. engineer Empire Mill 
]Baird S. H. broker, res north E 
Baird J. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Baker P. H. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Baker Sam, brakeman Best & B. Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Baker E. G. tinsmith, res Summit st 
BAKER CHARLES, Union Brwerv, 40 north C 
Balch D. W. clerk Gould & Curry Mill 
Baldwin Susan Mrs. 62 north A 

BALDWIN M. A. mining sup't, office Taylor's Building 
Ball James, laborer north L 
Balzer Jos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Ball N. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Ball James, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Ball W. miner Chollar Silver Mining Co 
Bannigan Miss Isabel, res 115 north D 
Banning A. A. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 
Baker E. G. hardware merch't, of Baker & Andrews, res C near 

Summit 
Barrage M. cook Progress Restaurant 
Barber H. miner, res 33 north E 
Barber Wm. M. blacksmith, 124 north C 
Barber T. teamster, res north E 
Barker A. H. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Barker Julius, carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Barkley Samuel, cashier at Paxton & Thornburgli 
Barnert Julius, of J. Barnert & Co. office cor Battery and Hal- 

leek, (up-stairs,) San Francisco 
Barney James, teamster Gould & Curry Mill 
Barnes M. H. clerk McLaughlin & Root 
Barnes J. D. saloon B, res 19 A 

Barret P. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Bartholomew G. W. carpenter south-east cor D and Union 



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CHAS. BOWIE, 






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]Sro. 134 ISTortli O Street, 



vikmm @f All Kifjis eBNSTiMTLif m mm i 

Orders from all parts of the Country Promptly attended to. 

Done in the best style of Workmanship. 

CHAS. BAKER, 



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40 North C Street, 

co3l,e; Ac <3-a^tvi::ble:, 
DRUGGISTS, 

^@* Particular attention paid to putting up Prescriptions, ■'S^ 
AT ALL HOURS OF THK DAY AND NIGHT ! 

Nq. 90 South C Street, Virginia. 



VIEGINIA DIRECTORY. 55 

Bartlett E. H. blacksmith Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bary John, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Barry A. engineer Hoosier State Mill 

Barnett Patrick, liquor dealer, 50 south D 

BARNUM HOTEL, (A. Larouche & Co.) 36 south G 

Bartlett J. H. res Merchants' Exchange 

Barkley Thomas, stock broker, res 155 north C 

Barney Aurilieus, express wagon, north P 

Barnes W. W. printer "Union Office" 

Barnes J. D. (Court Exchange Saloon,) 18 south B 

BARNERT J. & CO. clothing and furnishing goods, 27 south G 

Barns Fred, butcher 92 north C 

Barry John T. printer "Old Piute Office" 

Barrett A. J. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Barry Robert, porter Ophir Mine 

Barron John, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Barrett Joseph, plumber, res north F 

Bash CO. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Bass John, butcher cor E and Union 

Bassett A, quartz mill proprietor, office Enterprise Building 

Barssetti G. waiter Progress Restaurant 

Bastion Chris, miner Chollar Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Batch D. W. smelter Gould & Curry Mill 

Bates John, (California Hay Yard,) cor Carson and C 

Bates Mrs. R. S. dress making, room B nr Taylor 

Baudonnat P. C. fashionable hatter, 27 north B 

Bamer George, restaurant, 42 north C 

BAXTER ROBERT, (Baxter & Durant,) office 94 south C 

Baxter G. W. supt. Iowa Mine 

Bayreuther Albert, of Bayreuther Bros. Restaurant 

Bayreuther Bros. Restaurant, cor D and Union 

Bayreuther Gus. of Bayreuther Bros. Restaurant 

Bay J. G. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Bean P. B. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Beargo B. miner Ophir Mine 

Beattig Henry, musician, 24 north P 

Beatty John, painter, Applegate House 

Beach & Paxton, (located 1859,) situation Virginia Hill 

Beatty & McRae, attorneys at law, 23 and 24 Jones' Buildings 

Beale G. I. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Beam John M. clerk H. C. Kirk & Co. 24 north B nr Taylor . 

Beasley W. engineer Ophir Mine 

Beck H. S. of H. S. Beck & Co. res north A 

BECK H. S. & CO. hardware store, 13 C and B 

Beck A. res north A 

Beck Stephen, res south G 

Becker John, blacksmith Allen Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Beckman E. apothecary, 114 south C 



56 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Beckman C. at A. Friedenberg & Co 

Bedford V. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Beebe G. M. of Aud, Beebo & Hundley, office Masonic Block, u Er 

Beeni J. H. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Beicki Louis, blacksmith, res 119 nortli D 

Bejar Rafael, miner, res North Mill 

Beleran Lewis, watchman Gould & Curry Mill 

Bell J. De. res north F 

Bell Wm. carpenter Chollar Gold aud Silver Mining Co 

Bell Jas. washing, etc. south G 

Bellhorn J. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Bellinger P. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Berry James, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Bemen A. carpenter, res south B 

Bemis 0. S. butcher, 92 north C 

Bender D. A. clerk W. A. M. Van Bokkelen 

Bender Theodore, blacksmith California Mine 

Bender W. S. clerk Telegraph Office 

BENDER THOS. blacksmith shop, 29 north F 

Bendi Jas. mason, res nr Summit 

BENHAM & HEATON, contractors and builders, 113 south C 

(see advertisement) 
Benham H. at Benham & Heaton's 

Benham C. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
BENHAM A. & BRO. (Virginia Stables,) 29 south C 
Benham John A. of Benham & Heaton, res 113 south C 
Benke Edw. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Benton A. P. carpenter, res south D 
BENNETT H. C. associate editor "Bulletin Office" 
Bennett R. K. book-binder, res south F 
Bennetto J. miner Ophir Mine 
Bennett Wm. E. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Bennison Luis, miner Baj. and Golden Era G. and S. M. Co 
Benton S. S. carman Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Benwick W. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Beppingham P. miner Burning Moscow 
Beresford J. laborer Ophir Mine 
Bergman Wm. chemist, etc. with Jos. Armitage, res B 
Bergmann Wm. druggist, 4 north C 
Berkins C. H. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Bertramd Domec. (Barnum Restaurant,) cor B and Sutton Av 
Bertram Fred, cook at International Hotel 
Bertrand N. waiter Leggett's Chop House 
BERTHIER DR. A. physician and surgeon, office cor B and 

Union, res Union bet A and B 
Bevins E. miner Sides' Silver Mining Co 
Berlin David, book-keeper and mining secretary, Howard 
Berwin L. D. clothing, 138 south C 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 57 

Berry -Teliii, of Pitzer & Berry, attorneys 

Berry D. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Berry J. R. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Berry J. blacksmith DcLand's Mill. Flowery 

Berry A. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Berry James, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mine 

Berry H. asst. fireman Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Berry H. V. assistant Langton <fe Co's Express 

Betnmn E. rooms Quint & Hardy, res Judge Qtiint 

Bettinger Mrs. private res Mill 

Beven Edwin, miner Best and B Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bebbins G. R. A. boot-maker R. M. Blacks 

Bickle James, miner, res above Stewart 

Bickle R. miner Opliir Mine 

Bidelham Wm. supt and pres Alta Silver'Mining Co 

BIEN REV. DR. H. M. academic seminary, 4 north B 

Bien M. upholsterer at M. Goldman & Co 

Bigelow Edw. miner Gould & Curry 

Bigelow D. agent Overland Stage Co. Merchants' Exchange 

Bigeler D. miner Gold & Curry 

Bilani Pat. laborer Centerville Mill 

Bimmich John, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bindy V. K. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 

Binkinton J. H. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Biunis I. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Birch J. R. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Birdsell W. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 

Bird N. J. Dr. office 114 south C, res south B 

Binning B. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Birsh J. R. carpenter Gould & ('urry Mill 

Bisbee Miss S. teacher Virginia Public School 

Bishop H. hay-yard, north D 

Bishop John, miner, bds Cedar Hill House C 

Bishop A. B. printer "Union Office" 

Biter W. druggist, 4 north C 

Bixler , firm of Williams & Bixler 

BLACK R. M. boot and shoe store, 17 north C 
Black James, carpenter, Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Blake John, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Blackburn Chas. at Truckee hay vard 
Blackburn L. F. bar-tender Sutliff's Hall 
Blaney John, miner Sides Silver Mining Co 
Blaney Thos. miner Sides Silver Mining Co 
Blaney Jas. miner, res south G 
Blarney J, miner Sides Silver Mining Co 
Blarney R. miner Ophir Mine 
Blauvelt W. H. banker, cor Taylor and C 
Blessiugton A. J. res north A 
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BURNHAM & HALL, 

PRACTICAL 

1^ 



No. 83 South C Street. 



Carpets, 
Oil Cloths, 



AND 



gmgs, 

in Goods! 



Paper H 

The very Latest Style of 

SILVER PLATED STAIR RODS ! 

EVEET DESCRIPTION OF 



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^'S^We would invito the attention of the Public to our present stock, the 
> largest and finest ever offered in Virginia. 

BURNHAM & HALL, 

No. 83 South C Street, Virginia. 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 59 

Bliss D. L. of Almaria B. Paul & Co 

Bliss Capt. B. B. overseer Gould & Curry Mill 

Bliss B. B. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Bliss E. S. smelter, Gould & Curry Mill 

Block & Co. dry-goods, 20 south C 

Block D. of Block & Co 

Blodgett H. L. notary public, conveyancer and commissioner for 

California, res Summit bet Union and Taylor 
Bloomer H. C, house and sign painter, Wells & Fargo's Block, 

south C 
Bloomer J. G. agent Telegraph Co 

Bloomer H. R. re-toucher, at Sutterly Bros. Daguerrean Gallery 
BLOOMFIBLD & CO. tobacco and cigars, 8 south C 
Bloomfield S. of S. Bloomfield & Co 
Bluett J. W. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
, Blumenthal J. M. (Collins' House,) 17^ south B 
Bockley John, boot and shoemaker, at O'Donohues 
Boden Pat. lalDorer Gould & Curry Mill 

Bof , miner Sides Silver Mining Co 

Boffer W. P. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Bohan Mike, boarding house, 210 B 

Bolan & Co. grocery, provision merchant, €tc. cor B and Union 

Bolan J. of Bolan & Co 

Bolisho Thos. saloon, 47 north C 

Bommar J. driver Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

BOND ERASTUS, secretary of mining companies and stock 

broker, 5 Myers & Daggett's Building, res 27 north C 
Bonds John, miner Milton Mining Co 
Bone Wm. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Bone John, miner north Carson 

Bonelright G. W. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Bongorer H. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Bonham Dr. B. B. rooms cor B and Taylor 
BONNER CHAS. general supt Gould & Curry Silver Mining 

Co. res south B 
Bonny E. B. miner 

Bonwing A. A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Bonynge C. W. lumber dealer, res north E 
Bookwater S. miner W. and M. Co 
Booth B. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Border Jas. N. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Borland James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Borland Arche, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Borland James, miner, res 169 north C 
Borneman W. G. book-keeper Paxton & Thornburgh 
Borrish Nicholas, fruit-stand, 68 south C 
Bortis N. M. painter Gould & Curry Mill 
Bortles Wm. carpenter Gould & Curr;^ Mine 



60 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Boston Saloon, (Wm. A. CI. Brown,) 52 north B 

Bostwick Wm. jeweler, 19 north C 

Bottomby J. miner North Potosi G. and S. Mining Co 

Bottorf J. K. of Bottorff & Wild 

Botts & Wallace, attorneys at law, office Enterprise Building 

Botts C. T. of Botts & Wallace, office P]nterprise Building 

Boulton G. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bourke M. miner Ophir Mine 

Bourke J. miner Ophir Mine 

Boutcher J. carpenter Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Bowes Jnolb, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Bowes John, laborer, res north L 

Bowie M. D, dealer in hides, res H 

Bowie David, head book-keeper Gould & Curry Mine 

BOWIE CHAS. blacksmith and wagon maker, 124 north 

(see advertisement) 
Bowin W. laborer Ophir Mine 
Bowlenger F. miner Chollar Silver Mining Co 
Bowman Mrs. M. A. res 105 north B 
Bowmer J. C. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Boyd John, amalgamator Central Mill 
Boyd James, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
BOYD J AS. H. agent Wilson's stage line, 3 north C 
Boyle 0. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
Boyle A. miner Baj. and Goiden Era G. and S. M, Co 
Bovle M. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Brackett H. H. with Gillig, Mott & Co 
Braden C. C. teamster Storey & Farell 
Braden T. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Bradley F. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Bradt Byron, Bradt Saloon, 5 north B 
Brady Patrick, of Roberts & Brady, (metal roofers) 
Brady Edward, miner Gould and Curry Mine 
Bradford A. C. Attorney at Law, office Enterprise Building 
Bradley L. L. at Sawyer's Club Room 
Bradley Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Bradley Patrick, teamster, res cor Flowery and D 
Bradley Michael, miner Gould and Curry Mine 
Bradley Patrick, baker, res Mill 
Bradley Frank, roaster Central Mill 
Brady J laborer Ophir Mine 
Bragis E. B. foreman Bajazette Mines, res south E 
Bragg C. C. carpenter Ophir Mine 
J>ram M. laborer Chollar Gold and Silver Mining Co 
BRAN CH SALOON, Maguire's Opera House, (Maguire & Burns 

proprietors) 
Brannigan Arthur, miner 140 north P 
Brandos Chas. of D. E. Hoff & Co 



VIKGINIA DIRECTORY. 61 

Bray P. miner Ophir Mine 

Breedler B. S. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

JJreemish John, miner, res south G 

Breen Martin, laborer Gould and Curry Mill 

Breman James, stone mason Gould and Curry Mill 

Bremer W. H. broker, 17 north C 

BREMNER WM. stock broker, Enterprise Building, (see adv't.) 

Brennan M porter Gould ai;d Curry 

Brestsey C. H. iron-worker Gould and Curry Mill 

Brew Ph. miner, boards at Cedar Hill House C 

Brian John, miner Beach & Paxton 

Brick Wm. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Brechell Jno. trustee 

Bridger J. T. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Bride Miche, carpenter Gould and Curry Mine 

Brigg William, miner Baj. and Golden Era G. and S. M. Co 

Bring i\ndrew, carpenter, res H 

Brigham S. amalgamator Gould and Curry Mill 

Brisacher Bro's wine and liquor merchants, south B 

Brishlin Pat. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Brusner Wm. miner Spanish No .2 

Brock Henry, Wm. Tell House, 46 south D 

Broderick B. miner Spanish No. 2 

Brodrick G. boot and shoe maker, shop Union between C and D 

Brogan B. driver Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Brogan Bernard miner, boards with Miss Daly 

Brokaw I. special policeman, first ward 

Bromberger M. dry goods &c., Internation Building, nortii B 

Bronson Dr. north B, res Virginia Hotel 

Brooks C. B. at Giilig, Mott & Co's 

Brophy Pat. laborer Gould and Curry Mill 

Brosnan C. M. Attorney at Law, 20 north C 

Brown W. C. saloon, 138 south C 

Brown Thos. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Brown A, C. speculator, boards at Chapin House 

Brown Chas. Mechanics' Exchange, 82 north B 

BROWN C. M, car})enter and billiard table repairer, 24 north E 

Brown Wm. amalgamator Gould and Curry Mill 

Brown Jno. H. carpenter Gould and Curry Mine 

Brown J. W. secretary mining company, boards at Mrs. Keith, 

north C 
Brown L. A. carpenter Gould and Curry Mine 
Brown 0. B. miner Empire Mill 
Brown F. W. teamster D. E. Hoff & Co 
Brown D. D. cook, res on K nr Union 
Brown Patrick, laborer, res north J 
Brown Chas. miner, res Mill 
Brown W. A. G. Boston Saloon, 52 north B 



62 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Brown Chas. Mt. Davis Hotel, 291 south C 

Brown J. W. secretary i)aniel Webster, Monitor, etc , office Crys- 
tal Peak 

Brown Thos. roaster Central Mill 

Brown B. laborer Empire Mill, Virginia 

Brown Mathew, miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Brown Wm . of Thomas & Brown's Lodging- House, north B 

Brown James carpenter Gould and Curry Mill 

Brown Thos. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Brown Jno. Tonitine Saloon, No. 3 south C 

Brown N. T. cor Main and Blanchard 

Brown John dishwasher Bauresher's restaurant 

Brown J. D. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Brown L. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Brown James carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Brown S. J. Board of Brokers (Washoe Exchange), res Summit 

Brownell A. H, iron-worker Gould and Curry Mill 

Broning John, miner, boards on north E 

Bronning J. miner Ophir Mine 

Bruce R. M. barber, with L. Bach 

Bruecker M. carpenter Gould and Curry Mill 

Bruiise Fred, miner Utah Silver Mining Co 

Brundagc E. F. painter, res south D 

Bryan Jno. miner, res Howard 

Bryant Wm. miner res north F 

Bryan M. H. broker, res cor of G and Sutton Av 

Bryant E. S. foreman Ogden Mill 

Bryant (J. Attorney at Law, res '25 north F 

Bryant & Seely, Attorney at Law 52 south B 

Bryarly W. physician, office 57 south C 

Buck C. Blacksmith. 63 north B 

Buckett Wm. miner Best and B. Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bucket W^m. miner Sides Silver Mining Co 

Buckingham E. L. amalgamator Gould and Curry Mill 

Buckner C. P. bar-tender, Sutliffs Hall 

Buckley Jerry, miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Bucknam Frank, at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Bucknam George, at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Bucknam Franklin, tin-smith, res E south side 

BUFFALO MARKET, (McCay & Baso,) cor E and Union 

BULKELEY L. E. Counsellor at Law, 41 south B, over Post 
Office 

Buley Wra. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Bulger Jno. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Bullock W. H. attorney at law, office Virginia Hotel 

Bunon J. S. miner Savage Mine 

Eurbank A; Edgerton, attorneys at law, rooms 17 Taylor's Build 

Burke E. W. with A. I. Burke, Virginia News Depot 63 south 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 63 

BURKE A. I. business agent Virginia "Evening Bulletin," office 

63 south C 
Burk v. sup't Empress Mine, res. 70 south D 
Burkheacl Wm. foreman "Enterprise " office 
Burke Geo. at Spittle & Cramer, 93 north C 
BURKE M. wagon and carriage maker, 154 and 156 south C 
Burk Thomas, carman California Mine 
Burke Michael, laborer res Carson 
Burlington House by J. Mclvoy, south B 
Burney Jno. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Burns J. A. miner Baj. and Golden Era G. and S. M. Co 
Burns L. miner Baj. and Golden Era G. and S. M. Co 
Burns Wm. miner, south G 
Burns Wm. miner Gould and Curry Mine 
Burns Thos. bar-tender Reticker's Saloon 
Burns John H. of Maguire's Opera House 
Burnes M. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Burnett John S. California Stage Company, corner C and Union 
BURNHAM & HALL, carpets, oil cloths and paper hanging, 83 

south C, (see advertisement) 
BURNHAM JAS. W. of Burnham & Hall, res F nr south 
BURRALL W. H. stationery and news depot, corner C and Union 
Bury Thos. clerk letter dep't. Wells, Fargo & Co 
Bush H. Jr. of Tortell & Bush IBi south C 
Bush David, cashier Arnold & Blauvelt, res Howard 
Bushby Mrs. Christina, washing, res north G 
Butler Wm. policeman, res 25 A 
Butler Jas. draughtsman with J. L. Mason, rooms 6 and 7 Union 

Block, corner B and Taylor 
Butterfield D. C. oiler Gould and Curry Mill 
Buxton W. H. at L. H. P. Smith 
Bjerregaard B. mine , 47 south F 
Byrne Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine. 
BYRNES MICHAEL, cabinet maker, corner F and Union 
Byrnes Richard, Identical Saloon, 56 south C 
Byrnes Kate, Boarding House, Washington and J. 



l©f eliit filter k ^Mhmfp 

No. 7 North C Street, Virginia. 
BRANCH OF THE SACRAMENTO STORE. 



64 VIEGINIA DIRECTORY. 

EDVTARD CAHILL, 



ip 



ENTERPRISE BUILDING, 
No. 34 SOUTH C STREET, 



6^°" Refers by permission to Donoliue, Ralston & Co., John 
Sime & Co., A. J. Moulder & Co., and Capt. R. L. Ogden, U. S. 
A., San Francisco. B. F. Hastings & Co., Stateler & Arrington, 
and Arnold & Blauvelt, Virginia. 

J. O. CURRIB & CO., 

^«di0ii mi &$mmmm '^mlmb, 

No. 13 North B Street. 



SALE DAYS— Mondays and Saturdays. 
23^ North B Street, 

Mrs. G. Chapman, - - Proprietress. 

g@^ The choicest Steaks, most delicious Coffee, good Cooks, 
Attentive Waiters, and Moderate Prices are the attractive 
features of this Establishment. 

C-A-IjIj -A-lSriD T£^^2- XJS, 



tlRGflNIA DIRECTORY, 65* 

o 

Cadin W. G. Oo:den Mill 

CAHILL EDWARD, stockbroker, Howell, Black & Co. 's build- 
ing, cor C and Taylor 

Caliill J. laborer Gould and Curry Mill 

Cain Geo. miner, res south E. 

Cain G. R. laborer Chollar Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Cain Foster, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Cain S. F. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Cain E. miner, res south E 

Cain Thos. F. miner boards with E. Cain 

Cain Thomas, miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Caiby W. S. carpenter Ophir Mine 

CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANY, Thos. Henry Agent, cor 
C and Union 

California Exchange, II and 13 north D 

CALIFORNIA BREWERY, Deininger & Schmidt, 52 south D 

Calvert John, mason, res below Catholic Church 

Calvert J. S. foreman Roger's Mill Virginia 

Calwell Joseph A. carpenter, res D south of Hickey 

Cameron Alex, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Cameron Jas. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Cameron R. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Camp S. first cook at Mr. Keith, n C 

Campbell C. engineer Empire Mill, Yirginia 

Campbell M. bar-tender Tontine Saloon, 3 south C 

Campbell T. miner Ophir Mine 

Campbell Robert, miner, res south F 

Campbell Thos. carpenter Gould and Curry Mine 

Campbell G. C. Stewart No. 1 Engine Co. and H. and L. Co 

Campbell P. engineer Ogden Mill, res Mill 

Campbell Wm. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Campbell W. H. Supt Peavine Cons. Copper, G & S Mining Co 

Camplinton Mr. Hubert House, Lodging, 45 south B 

Candy J. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Cane Jas. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Canol D. miner Sides S. F. Co 

Canty W. S. Washington Hotel, south • 

Capomo Jno. laborer Ophir Mine 

Caprihorn Chas. laborer, 114 north D 

Capuro A. gardener, res Mill 

Carly Lany, cabman Ophir Mine 

Carley John, boots and shoes, Union bet C and D 

Carlyle R. G. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Carlock F. M. liquors, 164 south C 

Cancaw Chas. Boulder Resturant 

Carne S. miner Ophir Mine 



66 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Carpenter C. G. miner Croesus Mine i 

CawtiU James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Carie A. sec y mining company s, office Howard nr Clirysopolis 

Tunnel 
Carroll H. stone-mason Gould c^' Curry Mill 
Carr L. W. mining sec y at D. Wolf & Co 
Carrigon M. laborer 

Carriere H. laborer Sapphire Mill. Yirginia 
Carson L. D. miner Gould tfc Curry Mine 
Carter Geo. B. boot black Metropolitan Baths 
Casamajou A. & Co. Rotisserie Coffee Saloon 20 north C 
Casaday N. blacksmith, res south F 
Casbey P. miner Ophir Mine 
Casey, miner Sides S, M. Co 
Caserove W. feeder Gould & Curry Mill 
Cashen Thos. laborer Gould ct Curry Mill 
Casley P. miner Best and B. Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Cassiday Nathan, blacksmith Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Cassadv H. laborer Ophir ]\Iine 
CASSIN THOS. foreman El Dorado Mine 
Castle Henry, carman Chollar Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Cattle George, (colored) porter, res 5 E 
Cavano M. J. butcher, res K. north Union 
Cavanaugh Thos. miner Gould & Cm-ry Mine 
Cavanaugh A. laborer Ophir Mine 
Cavanagh Thos. miner, bds at Lynch's Boarding House 
Cendla Daniel, tailor, res north D 
Center M. of Winn & Center, 50 south C 
CEXTEAL HOUSE, P. Nolan, 80 north C 
Central Market, A. Straus prop'r, IS south 
Cerry J. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Cers Pat. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Chamberlain J. barber, 18 north B 
Chamberlain Mrs. H. boarding, 73 north B 
Chamberlain C. C. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Chandler W. S. miner Gould <k Curry Min^ 
Chandler Edward, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Chandler G. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Chandler N. A. sup't Ladv B. Mine, res 60 south C 
CHAPMAN'S CHOP HOUSE, Mrs. Geo. Chapman prop'r, 23^ 

north C 
Chapman J. miner Ophir Mine 
Chapman J. F. blacksmith, 124 north C 
Chapin House, J. Swift prop'r, south C 
Chapman George, chop house, res on north D 
Chapin C. H. secy and president mining co's, south C 
Chappell R. C. firm of Weightman & Chappell, res Howard, bet 

Union and Taylor 



VIEGINIA DmECTORT. 67 

Chase D. laborer Ophir Mine 

Cbase F. 1). Vance's Daguerrean Rooms 

Chatelain E. broker, res Howard 

Chatelain Mrs. Seminary of Seaming, Howard 

Chattuby miner Sides Silver Mining Co 

Chaumond E. prop'r Barnum Hotel 

CHAUYEL 0. Y. Chauvel House, 12 north C 

Chavis Manuel miner BaJ. and G. E. Mine 

Clieda J. miner dollar Silver Mining Co 

CHERRY CUMMIXGS, minerologist and mining engineer, 

south G 
Chesnut J. G. principal of public schools 
Childs P. G, miner, B nr Taylor 
Childs Jno. miner Savage Mine 
Childs Jno. miner Gould & Currv Mine 

CHURCH JOHN, of J. Church'tfe Co. propVs "Daily Union'' 
Chipman E. S. att'y at law, Taylor, bet B and C 
Chisholm D. brakesman Milton Mining Co 
Choen A. res 13 A 
Church A. P. book store, 12 north B 
Claffey H. D. carpenter Gould ifc Curry Mill 
Clarence J. miner Ophir Mine 
Claresy A. saloon, north B 
Clark A. R, miner, res 169 north C 
Clarke Geo. blacksmith, bds Mr. Keith 
Clark Ed. miner, res south F 
Clark J. broker. 21 north C 

Clark Francis miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Clark & Donaldson blacksmiths, north C 
Clarke J. M. painter, res 129 north D 

Clarke Geo. firm of Clarke Sc Donalds, blacksmiths, north C 
Clark Jno. mason DeLand's Mill 
Clark J. C. propT Hoosier State Mill 
Clark James R. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Clark A. R. miner Gould <fc Curry Mine 
Clark Jos. miner Gould Sc Curry Mine 
Clarke J. B. stone ma.-on Gould k Curry Mill 
Clark J. D. res Morton's cider manufactory 
Clark J. M. carpenter, res 118 north C 
Clark E. W. carpenter Ophir Mine 
Clark <t Hurst, Hoosier State Mill 
Clark James miner, res north F 
Clark John miner Milton Mining Co 
Clark J. laborer Ophir Mine 

Clary Patrick foreman Upper Gould k Curry Tunnel 
Cane Thos. miner Gould cV' Curry 
Clary W. W. M. engineer Ophir Mine 
Clayton Chas. miner Burning Moscow 



€8 TIECxIXIA DIRECTORY. 

Clearv Pat. miner Gould it Currv Mine 

CLEMENTS S. L. Associate Editor '' Enterprise " 

Clement Miss Julia, res 3 north F 

Clew J. P. baker Baruum's Hotel 

Cline T. laborer Gould c»c Curry Mill 

Clock A. milk ranch cor K and Taylor, Virginia 

Cloney J. timberman Ophir Mine 

Cloye'es Chas. E. clerk International Hotel 

Clune D. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Cobb G. B. book-keeper " Daily Union"' 

Cochrane R. Gillig Mott ct Cd's 

Cocking T. miner .Ophir Mine 

Cocking S. miner Ophir Mine 

Cochran Robt. foreman carpenters Gould & Curry Mine 

Cody Edw. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Coffey James Y. Sec'y Mining Co. and with Carson & White, 10 

Taylor's building 
Coffee Jos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Cogswell Wm. laborer Gould k Curry Mill 
Cohn & Schneider tinners, 115 south C 
Cohn J. M. p >rter J. Barnet <fc Co 
Cohn A. clothing. 60 south C 
Cohn A. books, stationery, etc., 36 south B 
Cohn Bros, grocery and provision store, north A 
Cohn A. notions, 5S south 
Cohn George of Cohn <t Schneider, 115 south C 
Cohen Heniy P. book-keeper " Ter. Enterprise," 24 south C 
Cohn Isaac cigars, 96 south C 
Cohen J. partner B. Gad Lo 
Cohen A. B. clerk C. Dalmann & Co. 
Colburn miner Sides Silver Mining: Co 
COLE ct GAMBLE, Drua-o^ists, 90 south C 
COLE A. M. Druggist, of^Cole & Gamble. 90 south C 
Cole F. W. attorney at law, Post Office building 
Cole T. H. carpenter, res Morton's cider manufactory 
Cole H. F. carpenter, works for Brown 
Cole Tunnel, G. Eales. Superintendent 
COLLINS CHAS'. publisher and compiler Virginia and Gold 

Hill Directory for 1864, and General Advertising Agent. 
COLLINS S. M. Empire Lodging House, 37 south D 
Collins J. H., res Virginia Hotel 
COLLINS JOHN A. -owner of Collins House, south B 
Collins <t Darling, blacksmiths, north B 
Collins G. N. blacksmith, res 58 north A 
Collins V. Nr blacksmith. 69 north B 
Collins J. miner Chollar Silver Mining comp'y 
Collins D. B. physician. 30 south C 
jDollins M. miner Burning Mosco\f 



vreOINIA DIRECTORY. 69 

Collins House, J. M. Blumenthall, 17^ south B 

Collins P. book-keeper DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Collins T. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Collan Jno. miner Gould <fc Curry ^[ine 

Colman Wm. miner Milton Mine 

Coloin H. ironworker Gould 6c Curry Mill 

Columbia Restaurant, Jenkins W. H. south B 

Combs W. S. clerk McLauorhlin & Roots 

Comerford M. J. miner Gould <fc Curry Mine 

Comerford Edw. miner Gould <t Curry Mine 

Comefort Edward miner, res L 

Comstock A. R. amaloramator Gould & Curry Mill 

CONCORDIA SALOOX, Henry Stege, propr, 263 south C 

Conde S. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Conlon M. laborer, res north G 

Conlon Thos. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Conroy B. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Connelly P. physician, office 55 south C 

Conner Mrs. J. R. furnished rooms, res 58 south D 

Conners Chas. laborer, res south F 

Connor C. C. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Conners Peter miner Gould & Curr^* Mine 

Conn J. W. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Conner Chas. C. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Connolly J. driver Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Connolly John, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Connor Pat. laborer Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Connorton Jno. foreman mining comp'y, res 272 south B 

Conrad C. with G. P. Morrill 

Cook Fred, at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Cook Alex, carpenter Gould <fe Curry Mine 

Cooner Thos. ironworker Gould <fe Curry Mill 

Coon "W. S. at Benham & Beaton's 

Cooper ;^[is3 Rose M. saloon, l-l-i south C 

COOPER J. J. Agent Langton <fe Co.'s Express, office "Enter- 
prise " buildinsr 

COPE & HUBBARD, attorneys at law, office " Enterprise " 
building, C 

Cope W. "W. of Cope & Hubbard, office "Enterprise" building, C 

Corcoran Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Corince Lewis miner Baj. 6: G. E. Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Cornell William miner Milton Mining comp'y 

Cornell Chas. apothecary and chemist, 24 B near Tavlor 

CORNWALL A. dentist. 82 south C 

CORSON <fc WHITE, attorneys at law, res 10 Taylor's building 

Corson Dighton of Corson «fc White, bds International Hotel 

Corson Thomas miner Milton Mining comp'y 

Corwell S. W. carman Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 



70 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

CORYELL A. R. Alderman, res 70 south D 

Coryell W. W. Sec'y Mining comp'y, res 45 C 

Cosctt H. lawyer, cor Union and A 

Costello P. boot maker, Union bet C and D 

Costello Michael miner, bds with J. Gallagher 

Cotter R. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Cottrell L. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Coughlan M. miner Roger's Mill, Virginia 

Counery Pat. laborer Gould & Cnrry Mill 

Courts Jas. S. waiter Liternational Hotel 

Cowell C. A. ironworker Gould & Curry Mill 

Cowles G. W. M. restaurant, 78 south C 

Cowlan Thos. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 

Cowie J. carman Chollar Silver Mining comp'y 

Coyle Chas. attached to Robison's club room 

Craderick John Ijrick maker, res cor Cresent 

Cragwinch T. timberman Ophir Mine 

Cramer I. A. alderman, of Spittle & Cramer, 72 north C 

Cramer Albert, sec'y mining co's, office 7 south C 

Crandall G. B. clerk Ex. Dep't, Wells, Fargo & Co 

Crandle Wm. miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and S. Mining comp'y 

Crane E. miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crane S. Blacksmith N. Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crane Robert, clerk at Hatch Bro's 

Oranson Wm. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crane J. miner N. Potosi Gold & Silver Mining comp'y 

Crasoe Jno. miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Creses Rose, miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crawley Pat. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Cransen Wm. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crelly B. miner Chollar Silver Mining comp'y 

Creese W. chop house, 85 north C 

Creeley James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Crittenden & Sunderland, att'ys at law, room 3 Hastings Bank 

Crittenden A. P. firm of Crittenden & Sunderland, res south B 

Crittenden H. S. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 

Croall J. pressman, " Enterprise Office" 

Crofts Jno. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Croman Jno. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crone Peter, miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Cronen Jas. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Cross Geo. W. teamster for Storey & Faull 

Cross W. C. miner Chollar Silver Mining comp'y 

Crowell S. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crowgey J. miner N. Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Crowley J. M. laborer Gold and Curry Mill 

Crowell Geo. C. jirinter, " Union Office" 

Crowell H. wagon maker, res 46 north E 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 71 

Cruse W. carpenter at Benham & Heatons' 

Crow A. amalgamator De Land's Mill, Flowery 

Crozier Arthur, of Casey, Kelly & Co. 60 north C 

CRYSTAL PEA.K SALOON, Gregory & Carman, propt's 113 

south C 
Crystal Peak House, Mrs. S. A. Seaman proprietress 113 south C 
Cudmore D. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Cudmore Miss, dressmaker, res south I 
Culligan J. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Culligan Mike miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Culligan S. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Cullen P. P. plumber, south D 
Cullen W. laborer Milton Mining comp'y 
Cunningham John, miner Fair View Mining comp'y 
Cummings Michael, blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 
Cumraings James, Illinois House, 310 south C 
Cummings J. W. watchman Gould & Curry Mill 
Cunan Jno. engineer Ophir Mine 
Cuniham J. miner Ophir Mine 

Cunningham Wm. miner Baj. and G. E. G. and S. M. comp'y 
Cunningham A. miner Ophir Mine 
Cummings M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Cuuingham Pat. laborer Ophir Mine 
Cunningham Andrew, miner, south F 
Curran Patrick, teamster, res K 
CURRIE J. C. & CO., Auctioneers, 13 north B 
Currier G. W. carpenter, res Summit Mine 
Currie J. C. bookkeeper at J. C. Currie & Co 
Curschman saloon, 125 north B 
Curtis Sam. miner, res south G 
Curtis C carpenter res 72 B 
Curtis L. C. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Cusack M. tailor at I. Myer's 

Cusack P. W. rock-breaker De Lands Mill, Virginia 
Custrop C. res 40 B 

Cutler W. K. sec'y mining co's, res Howard 
Cutler Louis miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Cutler W. reporter, bds Chapin House 



Importers and Dealers in 




524 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



72 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 



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Dabes 0. waterman Gould & Curry Mill 

Dairgett R. M. stock broker res 1 Meyer & Daggett's Block 

Dahimann Chas. of C. Dalilmann & Co 

Dahlraann Nathan, of Dahimann & Co 

DAHLMANN C. & CO. gents' furnishing goods, 22 south C 

Daib J. T. laborer Gould and Curry Mill 

Daigneau T. amalgamator Sapphire Mill,Virginia 

Daigneau C. amalgamator Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

" DAILY ENTERPRISE," Goodman & McCarthy proprietors, 
Enterprise Building, south C 

" DAILY UNION," Church & Co. proprietors, office cor C and 
Taylor 

" DAILY OLD PIUTE," (evening paper) Lovejoy & Co. pro- 
prietors, north C 

Dailey Cornelius miner Roger's Mill, Virginia 

Dailey Wm. miner U. & M. claim 

Dailey D. miner N. Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Dale Frank, of Steudeman & Dale 

Daley James L. Daley's Exchange, 57 south C 

Daley's Exchange, by James L. Daley, 57 south C 

Dalhon Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Daly Henry res 170 south C 

Daly Peter, printer, res cor H and Silver 

Daly James, second asst. engineer Chollar Mine 

Daly Michael, res 71 south C 

Daly F. tailor I Mayers 

Daly Tom. amalgamator Ogden Mill 

Daly Thomas miner res H cor Taylor 

Daly Miss Mary, boarding house, south D 

Dallum F. A. printer "Enterprise office 

Dallon Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Dalmadge John, cook 20 north C 

Danaher P. H. stock broker 62 south C 

Danby John, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Daney, weigher Central Mill 

Daniel J. L. district court, office Roe's Building, south B' 

Dany Jno. laborer Ophir Mine 

Darling B. blacksmith 69 north B 

Darling S. firm of Collins & Darling', blacksmiths north B' 

Darry W. J. miner Ophir Mine 

Dart J. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Dali W. miner Ophir Mine 

Daugherty Pat. roaster Central Mill 

Daugharty Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Daustone N. engineer Ophir Mine 

Davenport C. B. clerk at A. S. Tobias & Co 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 73 

DAVENPORT W. H. Police Jiidtre, res 60 north A, 

Davidson Isaac, miner Fair View Mining Co 

Davies J. S. of Smith & Davies 

Davies Wm. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Davis Jno. miner Baj. and G. E. Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Davis J. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Davis Jno! M. dramatic profession, res 2i north A 

Davis Warren carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Davis J. S. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Davis A. N. res on G 

Davis Mrs. Mary, res 15 north F 

Davis Thos. S. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Davis L. R. of Davis & Rich 

Davis & Rich, merchant tailors, 23 north C 

Davis Charles teamster, res north Mill 

Davis Jno. tailor, 1 1 south B 

Davis S. boots and shoes, 1 9 north C 

Davis IT. firm of Davis & Lew, north B, res 37 north B 

DAWSON G. F. Associate Editor " Enterprize " 

Dawling D. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Dawson J. S. cigar dealer. El Dorado 

Day Zeb. first foreman and lumber receiver at Gould & Curry 

Mine 
Day J. W. engineer, res on Divide 
Day D. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Deal W. E. F. Secretary of Mining comp'ys, 45 south C 
Deal Mrs. Margaret res south F 
Debat B. Caf6 du Commerce, 38 north C 
Dean W. E. Sec'y Chollar Mining comp'y, res San Francisco 
Deeble C. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Degroote D. A. porter J. C. Currie & Co 
Deininger J. P. of Deininger & Schmidt 
DELANEY M. carpenter, cabinet and joiner shop, 34 north D 
Delavan James superintendent of mining claims, south F 
Delaney Wm. miner Gould & Curry Jline 
DeLaney J. miner Choilar Silver Mining comp'y 
Delany Geo. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Delany Thos. boarding house, south F 
Delbridge J. B. blacksmith Sierra Nevada Mill 
Delevern M. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
DeLong Chas. E. attorney at law, res 15 north A 
DeLong C. E. of Perley & DeLong, attorneys at law. 
DELMONICO HOTEL, P. Quigby, prop'r, 31 south C 
DELTA SALOON, James Malone, prop'r, 24 north C 
Demling Francis restaurant, 42 north C 
Deraling & Bauer, Union Restaurant 
Demson Sam'l miner, bds Cedar Hill House, north C 
Denaveaux Martin French and German Saloon, south B 
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DELMONICO 



3X ^OTJ^D-JES: C:J S'Gi?Il.E3E2'T', 

P. QUIGLEY, - - PROPRIETOR. 



THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY RE-FITTED 
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Office of tlie California anil Pacific Stage Co. 

No. 34 South D Street, 

Carppiitcr, €i\VmH ^ laincr ^Ijog, 

WOOD m II ORY TlIRMiW 00i\E TO ORBER. 

BLA.KE1 & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 



524 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 75 

Denlialter Henry miner, res 136 north D 

Dennis Wm. H. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Denphoy F. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Denton Benj. carpenter, bds Kelly's Exchange, B 

Derrick, laborer Ceutreville Mill 

Derry Thos. laborer, 125 north D. 

Desire D. M. butcher, 350 Divide 

Desmond R. photographic artist, at Sutterley Bros. 35 south B 

Desmond P. C. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Deval E. A. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Deville F. & S. Young America Saloon, 59 south C 

Devine Thos. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

De Voe, broker, south B 

De Voe Jas. Secretary Mining comp'ys, office 19 south C 

Dewing N. E. res 110 north B 

De Young Isaac, clerk with Elias Jacobs, res 3 north B 

De Young Henry, clerk with Elias Jacobs, 3 north B 

Dias A. H. L. of Dias & Glouber 

DIAS & GLOUBER, grocers, 68 south C 

Dibble A. B. attorney at law, Piper's building, cor B and Union 

Dickey Peter, miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Dickinson Chas. miner Baj. & G. E. Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Dickson Danl. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Dietz Geo laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Dilaney , miner Sides Silver Mining comp'y 

DILL MRS. S. J. White House Restaurant, 92 south C 
DILLEY JAMES S., U. S. Tax Collector, office room 4 Post 

Office building 
Dillon J. W. Superintendent Spanish No. 2, res Virginia City 
Dimock & Co. lumber, cor Washington and D 
Dimock T. R. P. of Bonynge & Dimock, res Washington 
Dimond John, 4-1 north C 

Dingle Jas. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Dinsn^.ore H. M. with Sloat, provision merchant, north (J 
Dirks Mrs. T. furnished rooms, 90 south D 
Doake Sam'l, foreman Mining comp'ys, B near Taylor 
Dobas G. A. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Dobbs George R. miner, res H 

Doidger James, miner Potosi oold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Doiscoll T. driver Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Dokerty J. B. workman Gould & Curry Mill 
Doherty Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Doherty M. boot-maker at R. M, Blacks, north C 
Dolan John, roadster Central Mill 
Dold John, clerk Franz's book-store 
Doll, amalgamator Central Mill 
Doller J. miner Wintield Mill, Virginia 
Doling Jas. carpenter Guuld & Curry Mine 



76 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Domby Jno. miner Allen Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

Doniio-uez F. miner, res north Mill 

Donoiioe Mo<es, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Donaldson B. W. blacksmith res north 

Donaly James laborer California Mine 

Donnely Thos. Miner Sides Silver Mining Co 

Donnoly Daniel, miner res 51 north F 

Donlon Jos. M. Snug Saloon, 9 south C 

Donohue Thos. miner Fair View Mining Co 

Donohue M. miner Gould & Curry 

Donoiiue M. at warehouse of T. J. Taylor & Co 

Donohue Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Doolin W. carpenter Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Dorwin Geo. W. melter E. Ruhling & Co 

Dorreuback Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Dosan T. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Dosan S. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Doschcrs Albert H. San Francisco Quartz Mill, res 31 north C 

Douglas J. W. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Dougherty Michael, bootmaker, for R. M. Black 

Douherty Tom. miner California Mine 

Do wen Wm. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Dimndsiky S. miner Sides Silver Mining Co 

Dowling J. warehouse-man at Taylor & Co 

Dowling S. fireman Gould & Curry Mill 

Downey John, carpenter Gould and Curry Mine 

Downey Dr. F. office 31 A, near Taylor 

Downey George, Policeman 

Downey J. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Downey M, laborer Ophir Mine 

Doyle P. S. miner Gold & Curry Mine 

Doyle Ed. cook Lovejoy Hotel 

Doyle Wm. miner, res Sutter Av 

Doys Wm. carpenter res north G 

Doyle Patrick, miner, res south F 

Doian E. A. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Dolan Ed. A. laborer, bds with Mr. Bvrne 

Dolan F. M laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Duane Wm. saloon, 133 north B 

Due P. druggist, 112 south C 

Duca Philip, l)arber, 24 north C 

Duify M. driver Savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Dufiiey Thomas, miner, north H 

Duffly J. miner Ophir Mine 

Dufly Aliss Kate, boarding House south F 

Duggan Jiio. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Duggan P. T. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Dulin Bush, miner Gould and Curry Mine 



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Dunlap Henry, expressman 
Dunleavy John, miner, res 169 north C 
Dunlevy R. W. g-roceries, 8(j north C 
Dunn L. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Dunn Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Dunnin M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Dunn John miner Gould <fc Curry 
Dunsing Fred, miner, res on L nr Union 
Dunn P. F. Golden Eagle Hotel, 295 south C 
Dunn B. D, Iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Dunn P. miner Chollar Silver Mining Co 
Dupaix Jos. H. sec'y mining go's, &c. office south B 
DURANT JAMES, news agt. office 94 south C 
Durning Frances, miner res north G 
Durnin Michael, carpenter, res south F 
Duval E. A. miner, res south A 
Duval C. F. stock broker, office south B 
Duval C. F. tailor, south B 

Duvelle A. C. ass't sec'y Baj. and G. E., office Jone's Building- 
Dyer James, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 



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M. ESBERG, San Francisco, 



J. T. FRIED, Virginia. 



ESBERG & FRIED, 

§altx^ ill g^m giwatiJi &x^m^, 

STATIONERY, PLAYING CARDS, &c. 

^^^ A general assortment of Virginia Chewing Tobacco ; Manufacturers of Do- 
mestic Cigars. Customers supplied from San Francisco or Virginia. 

SS nSTortlx O Stroot, 



Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Old Office, 



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54 South Street, 



OLr> COXJRT HOXJ^iE BXJILDING. 



Shell Oysters alvrays on hand. 

Hot Liiiicli from 11 to 3 P. M., every day. 

ASA L. WAUGAMAN, Proprietor. 

P. ENGELBREOHT, 

DEALER IN 

ipvjsi, ®okt0, ^tationei'i, tit, 

No. 73 South C Street, 

Opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Office, 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 79 

IE 

Eabes W. T. jeweller, cor C and Union, res Stewart 
Ebert J. ornamental sign painter, 19 south B 
Eade Sam'l, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Eade Sept. miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Eadi Sam'l, miner Opliir Mine 
Eagan C. II. painter, 47 south D 
Eageu Chas. ore-worker Gould. & Curry Mill 
Eagle Brewery, by Osborne & Sander, south B 
Earl J. lumber, firm of Prescott & Earl 
Earl T. B. with McLaughlan & Willick, 117 south C 
Earley Jas. D. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Eason J. R. amalgamator Cedar Hill Mill 
EASTMAN & CO. lumber dealers, 119 south D 
Eastman C. H. of Eastman & Co. 119 south D 
Eastman 0. ore-worker Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Eastman H. P. at Gillig, Mott & Go's 
Eaton F. miner, res 282 B 
EAVES & NYE. jewelers, cor C and Union 
Eaves W. T. of Eaves & Nye 
Eavans F. B. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Ebersole A. S. miner Savage Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 
Eddy M. miner Ophir Mine 
Edgar D. E. sup't Mining corap'ys, res south G 
Edrington L. miner, res south D 
Edwards VV. S. sec'y Mining comp'ys, 19 south B 
Edward Frank, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Eflwards F. miner, bds Central House 
Edwards Chas. R. salesman McLaughlin & Roots 
Edwards Charles, agent, 50 south B 
Edwards E. lodging house, 15 south C 
Edwards M. teamster Story & Hull 
Eells Geo. sup't Mining comp'ys, res Summit 
Eggfrt PL prop'r Washoe Brewery 
Ehrenberg Dr. rooms 4 and 5 over Wells, Fargo & Co 
EICHLER Dr. office Kirk's drugstore, south B 
Elam Joel A. miner, res south D 

Elan Joseph, miner Baj. and G. E. G. and S. Mining comp'y 
EL DORADO SALOON. Asa L. Waugaman, prop'r, 54 south C 
Eldred E. milk ranch Gould & Curry Canon, Flowery 
Eldridge J. res south C 

Eldridge S. C. stock broker Virginia Stock Board, room 11 Tay- 
lor's building 
Elenes Antonia, rock-sorter Chollar G. and S. Mining comp'y 
Elias Cook, barber, 301 south C 
ELKUS L. clothing and merchant tailor, 7 north C 
Elohom A. miner North Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 



80 VIROxINIA DIRECTORY. 

Ellis T. H. Deputy Sheriff, res south L 

Ellis Frank, Minins; Secretary, 26 south C 

Ellis E. miner at J. Lamberts 

Elliott C. miner Ophir Mines 

Elliott Parker, miner Potosi Gold and Silver Mining comp'y 

ELLIOTT AUGUSTUS, News Agent, office in Post Office 

Elliot A. B. Attorney at Law, 30 south B 

Elliot M. cook DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Elliot V. grocers, 20 north B 

Emanuel A. H. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Emanuel E. clerk D. Woif & Co 

Emerson D. cider manufactory, 311 south C 

Em{>ey B. L. miner, res south D 

Empire Market, Lang & Furman, cor C and Sutton 

Emry E. miner Chollar Mine 

Engelman V. barber 6 north C 

Eugele Graseley Laundry, 121 north B 

Engelhard Fred, printer, " Nevada Pioneer " (German) 

ENGELBRECHT P. cigars, tobacco and stationery, 76 south C 

Englander Wm. cigars and tobacco, 9 south C 

English P. miner Ophir ]\[ine 

Ennis M. driver savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 

Ensign L. teamster for Storey & Farrell 

ENTERPRISE, Daiy and Weekly, Enterprise Building south C 

Enterprise Saloon, LiXvinson & Co. Enterprise Building 

Eppinger L. bar-tender International 

Ernst Geo. jeweler, 86 south C 

ESBERG & FRIED, Tobacco and Cigars, 25 north C, (Wells, 

Fargo & Go's old office 
Esberg M. of Esberg & Fried, cor Front and Sacramento, San 

Francisco 
Estep James, carpenter res 19 south A 

Estabrook W. W. stock broker, office 35 Union Block south B 
Estill A. H. clerk Chollar Mining comp'y res Virginia 
Estrem P. groceries cor D and Mill 
Ettlinger Bro's vegetable and poultry, 18 south C 
Ettlinger B. of Ettlinger Bro's 
Ettlinger S. of Ettlinger Bro's 
Evans C. miner 

Evans Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Evans & Schultz, saloon, 59 north C 
Evans Wm. miner, cor F and Washington 
Evans W. miner savage Gold and Silver Mining Co 
Everett J. A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Eyre & Price, brokers, Black & Howell's Building 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY.' 6| 



Fagan Johu, laborer, res K 

Fair, Mrs. W. D Tahoe House, 72 sontTi C 

Fairlamb Wm. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Fairchiid, Mary R. private boarding, coi' F and Hickey 

Fairhaven Robert, blacksmitli Best and B. Mining Co 

Falconer W. M. miner north Carson 

Fales N. W. Dr. office 56 B 

Faley G. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Faley laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Falconer F. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Fardle Henry engineer Utah Mining Co 

Farewell John, cooper, Taylor, bet C and D 

Farewell A. painter, Gould & Curry Mill 

Fargo E. A. wholesale liquors, 16 north C 

Fall Jno. foreman Potosi Mining Co 

Fargo F. F. sec'y Baj. and G. E. Mining Co. office south C 

Farley H. S. roaster Central Mill 

Farley Thos. miner Best and B. Mining Co 

Farrell Jno. timberman Potosi Mining Co 

Farrell James, rock-breaker Roger's Mill, Virginia 

Farrell Richard, laborer, I 

Farren R. paper hanger for Benham & Hall 

Farrey Daniel, laborer res K 

FARRINGTON F. C. local editor "Old Piute" 

Farrington J. G. & Co. grocers and provision dealers 17 north B 

Fashion Saloon, by Jno. Harris 39 north B 

FAST FREIGHT AND EXPRESS CO. H. D. Smith agent, 

office Taylor's Building, between B and C 
Faull John, foreman Potosi Mine 
Fay Wesley, clerk at Hatch Bro's 
Taylor George, res cor Sutton Av. and E 
Fay Robert, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Feeney Michael, laborer, res L 
Felch Ch. engineer, res north E 
Feldberg J. at Mandel & Co 
Feldman S. upholsterer with C. Feuldman B 
Fellow P. miner bds at Canandagua House 
Feller Paul, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Fellow John, carpenter Utah Mining Co 
Feneral, miner Sides Mining Co 
Ferguson Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Ferguson Thos. pitman Ophir Mine 
FERGUSON R. D. sup't Baj. and G. E. Mine, office 11 and 12 

Jone's Building 
FEUSIER L. & CO. groceries and provisions, cor C and Tayloi 
Feusier Louis, of L. Feusier & Co. cor C and Taylor 
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82 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 



Louis Peusier & Co., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



mimm, 



mmmm%, 









BARLEY AND FEED. 

Cor. C & Taylor sts., 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



TIEGINIA DIRECTOEY. 83 

Feusier Francis, bookkeeper L. Feusier & Co 

Feusier Henry, Jr. clerk with L. Feusier & Co 

Fiesher Louis, bar tender Philadelphia Brewery 

Fig Wm. teamster, north F 

Figell Wra. laborer Gould & Currv Mill 

Finck Edw. clerk J. G. Frisch & Co 

Findley W. laborer D. B. Hoff & Co 

Finley'C. clerk H, S. Beck & Co 

Finn Jno. T. Attorney at Law, room 8 Taylor's building 

Finn Geo. T. book-keeper Stateler & Arrington 

Finn D. A. pressman, " Enterprise" building 

Finn Owen, miner, res north I 

Firmingan M. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Fish G. H. at Gillig, Mott & Go's 

Fisher L. shoemaker, 57 south C 

Fisher T. blacksmith Sapphere Mill, Virginia 

Fisher J. tailor, 76 south C 

FISHER ROBT. blacksmith, shop 29 north D 

Fisher G. P. fruit stand. 122 south C 

Fitch Thos. Attorney at Law, 10 Myers & Daggett's building, 

north B 
Fisher Julius, tailor, 45 north F 
Fisher T. boot-maker, at O'Donohue's 
Fiske H. G. metal roofer, res 43 south F 
Fisher J. D. Chollar Boarding House, south A 
Fitzgerald Morris, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Fitzgerald Thomas, miner, 114 north D 
Fitzjohn A. miner Savage comp'y 
Fitzgeralds Thomas, miner Spanish No. 2 
Fizette W. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 
Flanders R. speculator, bds Sutton Av 
Flanigan Mary, saloon, 289 south C 
Flannery Thos. miner Fair View comp'y 
Fleek Fred, rockbreaker Cedar Hill Mill 
Fleming F. miner Sides comp'y 
Fleming Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Fleming A. M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Fleming Lewis, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Fleming Geo. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Fleishman L. at Newman & Co's, 32 south C 
Fleres Antonio, barber, cor B and Sutton Av 
Fletcher C. A. partner D. Wolf & Co 
Fletcher C. E. at Gillig, Mott & Co's 
Flinn John, miner Gould & Curry 
l^linn Patrick, miner Gould & Curry 
Flinshburg E. boot-maker, with R. M. Black 
Flint Chas. bar-tender Washoe Exchange 



Dealers in Elank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks. 



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:XO. 41 SOUTH C STUEET, 



^, lisle k StitlQ)i©f|e 

Agent for H. H. Bancroft 65 Co.'s 

LAW PUBLICATIONS AND IMPORTATIONS ; 

A. Full A-Ssortnient of 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 
J^^Agent for Collins' Virginia and Gold Hill Directory for 1864. 

J, B. FULTON. W. W. SAVERY. 

FUIiTON & SAVERY, 

ip®k©ffs I IMig S©©ff©tiF!©s 

Office, Taylor Street, bet. B & 0, 

TAYLOR'S BUILDING, 



FLORA TEMPLE STABLES, 

A. L. WILKINS, PROPRIETOR. 

3^ KTor tlx O Stroot, 'Virg'inla.. 



A. Fine Assoi-tiiiont of 






CONSIANTLY ON HAND. 

Horses by the Day, Wtek or Month. Ilorae Feed of all kinds on hand. 



TIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 85 

FLORA TEMPLE STABLE, A. L. Wilkins, prop'r 37 north C, 

(see advertisement) 
Florchitz G. & Co. Yirgiriia Brewerv, 7 mile Canon 
Florentine Albert, restaurant, north D 
Fly J. W. miner Sides comp'y 
Flynn Patrick, miner Fair View comp'y 
Flynn Nicholas, boarding house, 170 south C 
Flynn J. driver Savage comp'y 
Flynn John, miner, res south E 
Flynn John F. blacksmith, res south E 
Flynn Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Flynn Jno, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Fobby J. miner Sides Mining Company 
Fogg Chas. foreman Baj. and G. E. Mine 
FOGLER C. N. of Sargent & Fogler south C 
Fogerty D. F. miner, north A 
Fogerty James, carpenter Gould & Curry 
Fogarty D. F. miner Gould & Ciirry Mine 
Fogarty Jerry, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Foley, laborer Centreville Mill 

Foley Denis, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Foley J. laborer Opliir Mine 

Foley Denis, carpenter 14 north F 

Foley P. hostler De Land's Mill, Flowery 

Foormau M. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Foot E. 0. at Wright's gift enterprise office 

Ford Pat. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Ford Ed. miner, res with Mrs. George 

Ford W. J. miner, res north E 

Ford George, miner Ophir Mine 

Ford L. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Ford B. miner Rojer's Mill, Virginia 

Fordham Wm. plumber south I 

Forkner J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Forzhimar Isaac, firm of Kernan Co. meat market, 4 B 

Foss, miner Sides Mining Co 

Fosster miner Sides Mining Co , 

Foster miner Sides Mining Co 

Foster, feeder Central Mill 

Fountain John, boarding house, 4 north D 

FOWLER T. B. Taylor's Building with Reardan & Hereford, 

(money lender) 
Fowler H. laborer Central Mill north A 
Foy F. M. at L. Elkus's 
Francis Mrs. A. P. lodging, res H 
Frank P. H. Superintendent Central Mill comp'y 
Frankenthal J. of F. Schloss & Co 
Frankenthal S. clerk at F. Schloss & Co 



•86 TIRGINIA DIRECTORY, 

FRANZ B. Jr. at Franz's book-store 

Frazer R. Lander Ophir Mine 

Frazer Wm, amalsamator Gould & Curry Mill 

FRANZ BERNHARD, book-store, 47 south 

Fredentlial Henry, St. Louis House, 61 north B 

Friedenberg- A. of A. Friedenberg & Co. 28 north C 

FREDERICKS JOSEPH, paints, oils and window glass, 43 s C 

Frederick M. M. broker, 19 north C 

Frederick I. jeweler, 21 north C 

Fredericks Francz, at Joseph Fredericks, 43 south C 

Freeman Owen, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Freeman J, S, blacksmith Clark & Donaldson 

Freemyer James, miner, south D 

Freese L, D. miner Savage comp'y 

French W. miner Chollar comp'y 

French G, real estate. 172 south C 

French and German Saloon, by Martin Denaveaux, south B 

Frezene Jas, miner Potosi comp'y 

FRIED J, S. of Esberg & Fried, tobacconists. 25 north C 

Friedenberg A, & Co. groceries and liquors, 28 north C 

Friedlander W. jeweler, 12 south C 

Friedmann Chas, auctioneer and commission merchant, 8 south B 

Friedmann M, confectionaries, etc, north B 

Friedman S. Gift Enterprise, 171 C 

FRINK MRS. L. E. lodging house. 32 north B 

Frisbriey H, chief engineer Spanish No. 2 

FRISCH J, G, & CO. wines and liquors, 130 south C 

Frore Jno, laborer Chollar comp'y 

Frost P. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Fruting G. carpenter, res south G 

Frvor Sam'l, miner Sides Mining comp'y 

Fuller S, E. stock broker, 62 south C 

Fnllman M. cigars, 96 south C 

Fuilton I, blacksmith Best & B, Mining comp'v 

FULTON & SAVERY, Stock Brokers and Mining Secretaries, 

Taylor bet B and C 
Fulton J. B, of Fulton & Savery 
Fulton I. miner Sides Mining comp'y 

Fulton S. D. Attorney at Law. room 32 Jones' building, south B 
Fulton A, cook International Hotel 
FULTON MARKET, by Kirman & Co, 4 B 
Furgison Chas. blacksmith Utah Mining comp'y 
Furlong J. engineer Cedar Hill Mill 
Furman John. Empire Market, 39 north 
Furth F, S, of Bloomfield & Co 

G24 Tvlontgoinery Street, San Francisco. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



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Gailsecht J. amalg-amator Gould & Curry Mill 

Gaitland P. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Galchouse Fred, foreman Allen Mining Co 

Galvano F. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining- Co 

Galway Dan. miner, bds at Lynch's boarding House 

Gallagher James, miner, K nr Union 

Gallagan James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Gallegher D. J. laborer Gould & Curry Mine 

Gallagher H. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Galligan J. E. bar -keeper Hughe's Saloon 

Galligan Richard, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Gamble S. W. night watch California Mine 

Gamerdinger L. miner Ophir Mine 

Garner J. iron-worker Gould <fe Curry Mill 

Gammons A. toll house, Gould & Curry Mill 

Gammons T. G. ass't bookkeeper Gould & Curry Mine 

Gammons A. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Ganderson 0. F. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Gans & Co. National Market, 55 south C 

Ganung Dr. res 157 north C 

Gardner H. R. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Gardner E. miner Savage Mining Co 

Garhard Jacob miner, res north Carson 

GARIBALDI SALOON by F. Remlin 42 north B 

Garland Jno: miner Ophir Mine 

Gariety P. teamster, res south B 

Garman C. H. prop'r Crystal Peak Saloon 113 south C 

Garrant K. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Garrety Owen, miner, res 123 north B 

Garrison W, waiter, res Taylor 

Garsey Hans, carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Gaston W. C. clerk in U. S. Tax Collecotr's Office' 

Gaston 0. P. blacksmiths' helper, 69 north B 

GARTRELL & MURRAY, grocers and commission merchants,^ 

74 south C 
GARTRELL CALEB, of Gartrell & Murray 75 south C 
Garvey Jerry, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Gaston Wm. H. cook Roger's Mill, Virginia 
Gaston J. M. with Willard, blacksmith B nr Taylor 
Gavetson J. El Dorado Saloon 
Gaws Miss Wilhelmina, res 40 north D 
Gaze Joseph, engineer, res Howard 
Gearhart J. M. sec'y Wm. Penn Claim 
Gearhart E. M. sec'y mining co's 
Gearich F. waiter at Grass Valley Res't 
Geashard J. E. breaksman Savage Mining Co 

Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



88 YIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Geddes Samuel, stock broker 33 south" 

Geer G. W. ag't Pacific Stage Co. Enterprise Building 

Geigerraan S. clerk at S. Davi's 19 north C 

Gemmern Herra, amalgamator Central Mill 

Genard S. Sacramento Saloon, Union bet C and D 

Genderff F. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Genessee Alex, merchant, 57 north P 

Gentry S. C. wood j^ard cor E and North 

George W. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

George Jacob, barber cor C and Union 

George J. C. com'r for deeds Cal. res 25 A 

Georges John, prop'r Truckee Hay Yard, res Washoe Co 

George, miner Sides Mining Co 

George A. S. miner Potosi Mining comp'y 

Gerhauser A. brewer, St, Louis Brewery 

Gerichten C. M. brewer. Union Brewery 

German, miner Sides Mining Co 

Gettins Sam'l, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Getzler F. W. of St. Nicholas Saloon, 23 north C 

Getzler F. W. saloon keeper, res 20 south D 

Giandoni G. Cafe Du Commerce, 34 north C 

Giandoni John, res north E 

Gibson James, amalgamator Cedar Hill Mill 

Gibson Chas. speculator, bds International Hotel 

Gilson Thomas, miner, res H 

Gilbert F. laborer Gould & (\irry Mill 

Gilbert I. W. of Gilbert & Michael 

Gilbert J. boot-maker, Union bet C and D 

Gilbert Robt. Ogdeu Mill 

Gilbert & Michael, tobacco and cigars, 8 north 

Gilies Mrs. W. sewing machines, res A 

Gill Wm. of O'Connell & Gill 

Gill Wm. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

Gillan Wm. laborer, south F 

Gillan Thos. miner Gouid & Curry Mine 

Gilleni A. cook Barnum Restaurant 

GHJ.ESPIE W. H. associate editor " Old Piute " 

GILLIG, MOTT & CO, hardware and mining tools, cor C and 

Taylor 
GILLIG JOHN, of Gillig, Mott & Co., cor C and Taylor 
Gillis S. E. printer "Enterprise " office 
Gillroan John, laborer, res D. near Hickey 
Ginn John I. printer '• Old Piute " office 
Giniley, miner Sides Mining Co 
Girard M, Thomas & Brown's lodging rooms 
Given W. B. miner Chollar Mining Co 
Glanful G. miner North Potosi Mining Co 
Glanster D. M. miner Allen Mining Co 



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Gleason Martin, wheeling house, 344 Divide 

Gleason Mrs. M. lodgings, 82 south 

Gleason T. W. bar-keeper International 

Gleeson W. blacksmith North Potosi Mining Co 

Glessner S. A. prop'r " Daily Union. " 

Glouber H. of Dias & Glouber 

Gobey F. at Leggett's chop house 

Goddard Henry L. miner, res south D 

Goddard S. G. laborer, south D 

Goe Wm. of Wood & Goe 

Goe John, clerk at Wood & Goe 

Goff B. F. wood-turner Mechanics' Mills D 

Golden Pat. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Golden Thos. miner Best and B. Mining Co 

Golding , first engineer Central Mill 

GOLDMAN M. & CO. furniture and upholstery, 18 south G 

Goldman M. furniture dealer on 0, res 20 A 

Golom, miner Sides Mining Co 

Goldsmith M. express wagon, G 

Goldsmith W. miner Ophir Mine 

Goldsmith A. tailor at I. Mayer's 

Goldsworth H. miner Potosi Mining Co' 

Goldsworthy J. miner Sides Mining Co 

Golvin miner Sides Mining Co 

Gonce L. porter McLaughlin & Root 

Goodfriend I. dealer in crockery and furniture 39 north C 

Goodfriend S. clerk at Ettlinger Bro's 

Goodison Wm- iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

GOODMAN J. T. of Goodman & McCarthy, proprietors "Daily 
Enterprise" 

Goodwin L. clerk Jone's Lumber Yard 

Goodwin W. C. teamster, res 33 north E 

Goold L. cigar stand 34 south C 

Goordon James, feeder Empire Mill, Virginia 

Gould A. J. Sup't Santa Fe Tunnel 

Gould A. cider manufactory, 311 south C 

Goven Frank, blacksmith 63 north D 

Goyette M, M. bar-tender Grey Hound Saloon 

Gordlow B. engineer Utah Mining Co 

Gordner J. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Gordon G. W. of Tilford & Gordon, res Virginia Hotel" 

Gorin J. D. Gorin House D south Hickey 

Gorman & Clark proprietors club room, 21 north C 

Gorman Thos. printer "Enterprise office" 

Gorman W. F. speculator 21 north C 

GORMITZKY C. E. house, sign and ornamental painter, Con- 
cordia Saloon 268 south C 

Gosling Jos. architect, office 115 south C 

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Gossand P. waiter Boulder Restaurant north A 

Gothrie Henry, butclier, res 'south F 

Gouo:h , wood turner at Virginia Planing Mill 

Gourdon Mrs. washing and ironing, 149 north C 
j Gorin House, J. D. Gorin, D south Hickey 
^ Goyan W. miner Ophir Mine 

Grabble John, miner north B 

Graeber A. carpenter, shop south E 

Graff A. chief engineer Milton Mining Co 

Graham A. carpenter, shop south E 

Graham A. J. printer "Union Office" 

Graham J. B. printer "Union Office" 

Grambss F. Grambss' House 55 south B 

Grambss' House, by F. Grambss 55 south B 

Granden J. miner Roger's Mill, Virginia 

Grandfield T. miner Ophir Mine 

Granger D. laborer Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Grange N. clerk at C. Rosse & Co 

Grant H. R. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Grant I. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Grant Jack miner California Mine 

Grap Adam, brewer, res D south Silver 

Graves R. N. sup't Empire Mill, Virginia 

Gray D. H. acting ag't Overland Stage Co 

Gray George A. driver Wilson's stage line 

Gray Jno. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 

Great Republic Saloon, Quinn & Martin, Taylor 

Greeley C. P. saloon, 174 south C 

Greeley A. L. attorney at law, 172 south C 

Greeley G. H. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Greeley V . N. brakesman Chollar Mining Co 

GREEN E. F. wood and hay yard, storage, stabling, etc., cor E 
and North 

Green C. C, M. D. room 11 Taylor's Block 

GREEN L, San Francisco dry goods store, 84 south C 

Greene J. C. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Green Dr, res Carson near Howard 

Greenewald N. express wagon, G 

Greene A. K. banker, private res A 

Green Rev. (colored) Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 

Greenberg E. express wagon, res south E 

Greenburgh E. miner Savage Mining Co 

Greentaub M. of Levy & Greentaub 

Greenwald R. Artist's Hall, 16 north C 

GreenAvay H. job printer " Enterprise " office 

Greenwald B.F. clerk M. Goldman & Co 

Greenwell F. R. Olympic Hall, 14 C 

Greenwood W. miner North Potosi Mining Co 

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Greenwood Minnie, bds Miss Julia Clements 

Greffeen P. miner Burning Moscow 

Gregoire H. saloon, 51 north 

Gregor H. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Greo-ory W. R. Chrystal Peak Saloon, 113 south C 

GREY HOUND SALOON, Joseph Le Flower, north Main 

Gresman John, tailor, at Mayers' 

Gribble Juo. miner Ophir Mine 

Griffin Pat. miner Burning Moscow, north A 

Griffin Jno. New York Restaurant, south 

Griffin J. teamster Chollar Mine 

Griffin James, workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Griffin Thos. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Griffin Pat. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Griffin A. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Griffin T. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Griffith E. carpenter with U. M. Reese 

Griffith J. J. attorney at law, 2 Roe's building 

Griggs Jos. engineer Savage Mining Co 

Grim A. K. of B. F. Hastings & Co. res north A 

Grimes Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Grinsley S. G. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Grondona N. groceries, 121 north C 

Groom R. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Gross Frank X. barber with L. Bach 

GROSSETTA MARTIN, Virginia Saloon, 19 north B 

Grossetta W. Virginia Saloon 

Groshen Frederick, butcher at Cramer & Co 

Grover E. A. foreman Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

Guerit John, laundry, north H 

Guggenheim Jacob, clerk Esberg & Frieds 

Guinn B. R. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

Guinee Jas. miner, res south F 

Gully Sam. miner Ophir Mine 

Gumm James, miner, res Divide 

Gunnell H. blacksmith with Willard, B nr Taylor 

Gunnip Phil, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Gunther J. B. saddle and harness maker, 45| south C 

Gwinn B. R. miner, Howard 



Importers and Dealers in 

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524 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 
Dealers in Blank Sooks, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



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CALEB GARTRELL. 



PEMBROKE MURRAY. 



GARTEELL & MURRAY, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, Provisions, 

Sole Agents of the Sand Springs Salt Works, 

75 SOUTH C STREET, 

Fire-proof Storage Warehouse, fronting on E Street. 




1 Manufacturer of 



1 Manufact 

Ml 

BEBDISTG 



WWW. 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

No. 32 North C Street 



N. B.— All kinds of Sofas and Spring Mattresses made to order and warranted. 



M. KAITFPMANN. 



DEALERS IN 



CIGARS, TOBACCO & CONFECTIONERY, 

No. 88 Sonth. C Street, Virginia. 
HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



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HAAS S. & CO. clothing and furnishing goods 5 north C 

Haas D. of S. Haas & Co 

Haasa S. tailor south B 

Haath James, laborer Washington 

Hackett Henry, barber cor C and Union 

Hackett John, oyster stand at Spalding's 

Haggerty Wm. miner Sides Mining Co 

HAHNLEN J. F. proprietor Nevada Pioneer bds at Grambss' 

House south 
Haise B. workman Gould & Curry Mill, res 85 south C 
Hall Ed. B. of Burnham & Hall, res 85 south C 
HALL JO -EPH F. prop'r Pioneer Laundry office Virginia Hotel 

Hall , ass't engineer Central Mill 

Hall R. miner Ophir Mine 

Hall A. H. wines and liquors S3 south C 

Hall N. C. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Hall A. W. carpenter De Land's Mill. Flowery 

Hall J. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Hall George D. at Pioneer Laundry 

Hall H. A. Pioneer Laundry 

Hall G. W. Pioneer Laundry 

Hall S. with Sloat provision merchant north C 

Hall 0. miner Sides Mining Co 

Hall J. C. miner North Potosi, res M 

Hall Jno. miner Savage Mining Co 

Haller J. carpenter C hollar Mining Co 

Haller Wm. watchmaker at Eaves & Nye's 

Hulleday Jas. carpenter, res Summit 

Halloway H. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Halpin J. J. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Halsh C. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Halstead J. F. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Halstead G. H. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Halt F. assayer Gould & Curry Mill 

Haley John, miner, res H 

Haley John, laborer, res 5 K 

Hamelin 0. amalgamator Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Hamilton Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hamilton Wm. chief engineer California Mine, res Howard 

Hamlin D. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Hamlin Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hammond C. B. dentist, office 110 south C 

Hammond H. with C. H. Rich tailor, north B 

HAMMELL L. A. Bank Saloon, 4G south C 

Hammell F. J. res 58 south C 

Hammeli Samuel, miner Fair View Mining Co 

Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



94 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Hampton Thos. miner Ophir Mine 

Hampton Tim. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Hanbridge & Pennison, plubmers, basement 3 south C 

Hance C. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Hancock R. timberman Ophir Mine 

Hancock J. miner Ophir Mine 

Hancock Jas. timberman Ophir Mine 

Hancock Jas. foreman Ophir Mine 

Hancock Jas. F. miner White & Murphy, res nr Summit 

Hane 0. miner Sides Mining Co 

Hannagan James, carpenter at Central Mill, Carson 

Hannegan Sam. carpenter Central Mill 

Hanlin Patrick, miner Baj. and G. E. Mine 

Hantliorp James, miner Washington Mining Co 

Harbaugh Alex, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Hardy D. trustee Baj. and G. E. Mining Co ' 

Hardy R. C. Niagara Hall 18 north B 

Hardy Geo. miner, res north H 

Hardy J. P. firm Quint & Hardy, res west B 

Hardy James H. firm Quint & Hardy, res west B 

Hardy W. carpenter at Benham & Pleaton 

Hardy Jas. H. atty at law, firm of Quint & Hardy, res 70 B 

Hardy J. blacksmiths' helper, Savage Mining Co 

Hares Mrs. W. M. lodgings, 53 south B 

Hanna Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Harmon J. B. att'y at law, room 39 Jone's Building 

Harmon Steve, of Harmon & Pegg, Washoe, Ophir and steam- 
boat stage line, office Merchants' Exchange 

Harper Moses, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Harper H. miner Ophir Mine 

Harper John, miner Chollar Mining Co 

Harper Martin, Potosi Mining Co 

Harring A. miner bds Sutton Av 

Harrington Pat. miner Ophir Mine 

Harrington P. miner, res H 

Harrington J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Harrington James breaksraan Spanish No. 2 

Harrington -, miner Fair View Mining Co 

Harrington Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Harrison Thos. miner, res south F 

HARRIS cfe KAUFFMANN, fruits and provisions 88 south C 

Harrill D. D. 91 south C 

Harrington M. miner Best and B, Mining Co 

Harrini^ton C. driver Savage Mining Co 

HARRIS & RAPHAEL, Gould & Curry Saloon, (lodgings) 
Maguire's Opera House, D 

Harris H. J. of Harris & Raphael, 11 south D 

Harris J. clothier, 2.7 B 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



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Harris Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Harris D. S. carman Savage Mining Co 

Harris A. of Klopstock & Harris 

Harris G. engineer Opliir Mine 

Harris L. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Harris M. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Harris Dr. bds C. Friedman, 8 north B 

Harris Wm. miner, res G 

Harris M. of Armer & Harris, cigar store, res 12 B 

Harris S. fruits and cigars, 88 south C 

Hart Wm. watchman Chollar Mining Co 

Hart J. miner Ophir Mine 

Hart Jno. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

Hart Pat. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Hartman Isaac, carpenter with C. M. Browne 

Hartman Fred, res north G 

Harty Jas. carpenter Gould & Curry 

Harty James, carpenter, res M 

Harvell E. miner Chollar Mining Co 

HARVEY CHAS. C. General Insurance Agent, res 193 north C 

Harvey A. B. speculator, Howard 

Harvey James, brakesman Best & B. Mining Co' 

Hasbrouck M. miner 

HIRSCHMAN A. jeweler, south C 

Hase Wm. miner Utah Mining Co 

Hasselgren K. W. upholsterer, 83 south C 

Hassett Jas. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hassett James, miner, cor G and Taylor 

Haskens M. D. blacksmith, 156 south C 

Hasson Jno. fireman Gould & Curry Mill 

HATCH BROS, groceries, vegetables, etc., 15 south C- 

Hatch Wilson, of Hatch Bros 

Hatch George, of Hatch Bros 

Hatch Marke, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Hatherson J. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Havlin Francis, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

HAUBERT CHAS. furniture and bedding, 32 north C 

Hauch IsaaCf clerk King & Suskind, 6 north B 

Haun Mrs. C. M. res south F 

Hawes Oliver, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Hawes Oliver, assay er Gould & Curry Mill 

Hawey A. fireman Gould & Curry Mill 

Hawley P. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Hawk P. H. miner Ophir Mine 

Hawley & Moxley, carpenters, south E 

Hawley Jno. P. clerk Ophir Mine 

Hawley James, Virginia Plaining Mill, res U. S. Hotel 

Hawley Pat. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

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96 TIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Hawley James, laborer Savage Mining Co 

Hawson R. miner Ophir Mine 

Hay Wm. foreman Empire Mill, Virginia 

Hayden Michael, laborer, south F 

Hayden C. M. brakesman Fair View Mining Co 

Hayes Wm. carman ChoUar Mining Co 

Hayes Simon, miner, 9 north G 

Hayes M miner Ophir Mine 

Hayes A. C. miner, nr Carson 

Hayes Simon, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hayton Joseph, cabinet maker, 100 Taylor 

Hazard Michael, 44 north C 

Hazel Green G. and S. Mining Co- Virginia Hill 

Hazliton G. W. sec'y mining co's, office Medan building 

Heacock N. blacksmith. Gold Hill and Virginia Divide 

Heakin Richard, miner Tunnel Toll Road 

Heakin Joseph, iDlacksmith Potosi Mining Co 

Heakin Richard, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Healy Frank, office 7 Monitor Saloon, south C 

Healy Frank, auctioneer, bds International Hotel 

Heap Thos. miner, res south C 

Heap Thos. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Hearty Jas. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

HEATH H. W. paints, oils, etc., 50 south C, res K 

Heath D. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Heaton W. wagon maker, res south D 

Heaton B. W. blacksmith, shop Gold Hill and Virginia Divide 

HEATON JOHN, of Benham & Heaton, res 113 south C 

Hecht A. clerk S. Wasserman 

Heele Philip, Grass Valley Restaurant, 3 south B 

Heeffmon P. carpenter Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Heerdt Henry, miner Sides Mining C 

Hees Wm. D. bar-tender Snug Saloon " 

Hefrom B. miner Sides Mining Co 

Hefferman Jno. laborer Ophir Mine 

Hefferman James, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Hefferman M. at Delta Saloon 

Heidb H. miner Sides Mining Co 

Heilshorn J. H. saloon, 117 south C 

Heintz E. barber, shop 192 south C 

Heitzelman P. jeweler, 8B south C 

Heizer E. F. musician, bds north Stewart 

Helbingcr T. butcher Grey Eagle Market 

Hence C. blacksmith, shop B 

Hend M. H. saloon, 20 north C 

Henderson Robt. miner Spanish No. 2 

Henderson A. Messenger Telegraph Co. 

Heneby James, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 



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Henne Chris. Philadelphia Brewery, 12 south D 

Hennen Jos. foreman Utah Mining Co 

Henry Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

HENRY THOMAS, Agent California Stage Co., office N. W. 

cor C and Union 
Henry W. J. printer "Bulletin" office 
Henry Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Henrey P. miner North Potosi Mining Co 
Herab H. miner Sides Mining Co 
Heran Martin, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Herot, miner Sides Mining Co 
Hereford B. H. Deputy Clerk, Roe's building,- B- 
Hereford Frank, of Reardon & Hereford, Attorney at Law, room 

8 Taylor's building 
Herguson S. B. ass't foreman Gould & Curry Mine 
Herlinson L. barber, 18 north B 
Herman L. general agent, office 86 north C 
Hermann L. insurance agent, res 19 north B 
Hermann Lucien, sup't California mine, res north B, office 18 and 

19 Barnum Hotel 
Hemenway J. W. blacksmith shop, 24 south D 
Herndon J. L., M. D. Piper's building 
Herruleben G. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 
Herys Sephe. laborer, Centerville Mill 
Herzog Leopold, of Wolf, Herzog & Co' 
Heschfelder A. of Block & Co 
Hess Henry, book-keeper Korn &, Co 
Hessler A. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Hewlett Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Hewlett Jas. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Hewlett Dr. dentist, room 35 Union Block, cor B and Taylor 
Hewlett Wm. carpenter Gould & Curi-y Mine" 
Hey Dr. private res 24 A 
Hickey M. miner Gould & Curi-y Mine 
Hickey Dennis, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Hickey J. P. miner, res 212 south C 
Hicke M. miner Ophir Mine 
Hicki T. miner Ophir Mine 
Hickman Mrs. R. H. at U. S. Hotel 
Hicks S. D. foreman North Potosi Mining Co 
Hidron M. stonemason Gould & Curry Mill 
Hififron, miner Sides Mining Co 
Higby B. L, res Morton's cider manufactory 
Higgins Misses S. A. & N. boarding and day school, north F 
Higgins Miss Norah, teacher 
Higgins Miss S. A. teacher 
Hilderbrand M.. U. S. Bakery. 44 south D 
Hildreth, clerk N. W. Sierra Neva,da Mine 

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WILSON HATCH. 



GEORGE HATCH. 



HATCH BROTHERS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, 

Family Groceries of all kinds, 
FRESH BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, HAMS & CALIFORNIA CHEESE. 

ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE. 

^^^Harving our own teams we' are prepared to carry and deliver Trunks, 
Packages and Light Freigh't, to Sacramento' or way Towns with despatch. 

D. E. HOFF & CO., 

LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, 

TUNNEL TIMBERS, WINDOWS, 
No. 8 North D Street, Virginia. 

U. p. HUTOHINGS, 

d)tmk mi Ixelaige iffoker^ 

Office corner Taylor and B Streets, 

•xrxH.GX]xrxA exTX, nxr. t. 

HODOE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 99 

Hiley Jno. driver Savage Mining Co 

Hiliatreault M. feeder Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Hill A. R. 336 north C 

Hill Geo. F. of Mitchell & Adams 

Hill F., M. D. res south F 

Hill Wm. speculator, 21 north C 

Hill C. A. of Hill & Pendegast 

Hill & Pendegast, attorneys at law, Fulton Market building 

Hill J. J. saloon, 20 north C 

Hiller Dr. F. 93 south C 

Hillyer M. C. pres't Ohollar mine, res San Francisco 

Hillyer C. J. attorney at law, Piper's building, cor B and Union 

Himes & Co. restaurant, B 

Himes L. saloon 45 north B, res north A 

Hinckley L. M. blacksmith, 354 Divide 

Hindes W. F. carpenter, 126 B 

Hine Chas. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Hintze A. 46 south C 

Hirscli P. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Hirschfield C. H. broker, 12 south C 

HIRSCHMAN A. jeweler. 31 south C 

Hiscock H. W. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Hitchcock J. B. miner Sides Mining Co 

Hitter F. Hitter's Saloon, 77 south C 

Hobart Jno. Pioneer Laundry, 60 south C 

Hobart J. P. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hobar John, hostler Cal. stage stable, cor Carson and I 

Hobbs Jno. P. saloon, 172 north C 

Hochholzer H. Civil and Mining Engineer, 3 Roe's building, B 

Hocking B. timberman Ophir Mine 

Hodesteid, miner Sides Mining Co 

Hodges D. F. sec'y mining co's, 8 south C 

Hoerty Henry, workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Hoff D. E. of D. E. Hoff & Co. lumber 

Hoff W. E. of D. E. Hoflf & Co 

HOFF D. E. & CO. lumber, north D, near Unioa 

Hogan Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Hogan M. miner North Potosi Mining Co 

Hogan J. H. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Hogan Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Hogan Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Holcomb H. amalgamator De Land's Mill, Flowery 

Holden John, blacksmith Central Mill 

Holland W. M. teamster, res south D 

Holland Jno. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Holland Pat, printer 

Holley J. P. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Holmes A. G. 2ud engineer Central Mill 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks. 



100 VIRGINIA DIBECTORY. 

Holmes Dr. office B nr Taylor 

Honduras Claim, G. Larnaran sup't 

Hcods B F carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Hook J. carpenter Gould <fe Curry Mill 

Hoole S. T. Mechanic's Mills, res south F 

Hop G. ass't engineer Milton Mining Co 

Hoover Wm. L. office 12 Wells-Fargo Block 

Hopkins Geo. W. sec'y raining co's 54 B, res Stewart 

Hopp Jno. Sacramento Restaurant, 26 south B 

Hopper T. C. saloon 94 south C 

Hovan Patrick, miner, res Sutton Av 

Horn J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Horst Herman, confectionery and bakery, 6 south C 

Horst Julius, confectionery and bakery, (5 south C 

Horton L. E. teamster, res south B 

Hosking Wm. foreman Milton Mining Co 

Houghton A. P. turner Virginia Planing Mill 

Houghtling C. clerk Empire Lodging House 

Houle Henry, carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Howlett P. H. stock broker and real estate ag't, Medan Building 

north C 
Horr Josiah, lumberman, res north A 
Howard C. G. att'y at law, office cor B and Taylor 
Howard R. B. bookkeeper at Virginia Stables 29 south C 
Howard Tom. miner Beach & Paxton 
HOWARD M. (colored) barber 120 south C 
Howard C. G lawyer, res bet A and B 
Howard Robert, ass't engineer California Mine, res Howard 
Howell, Black & Bro. general merchandise, cor C and Taylor 
Howlett P. H. stock broker, 14 north C 
Hoye John, laborer, res 13 north F 
Hyacinth Father, immaculate conception church 
Hyneman S. broker, 6 south C 
Plulbart Thos. cabinet maker at D. Wolf & Co 
Hubbard Jas F. of Cope & Hubbard, Enterprise Building C 
Hubbell Wm. H. Miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Huck Chas. butcher Union Market 
Hudnell D. miner ChoUar Mining Co 
Huest J. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
Huffman P. A. assayer Gould & Curry Mill 
Hughes Richard, Virginia Plaining Mill, res south E 
Hughes James, miner Gould <fe Curry, res north A 
Hughelst amalgamator Central Mill, Virginia 
Huguelet Julian, miner, res north H 
Hughes Tom. miner, res Cedar Hill House, north C 
Hughes W. A. saloon. Union bet C and D 
Hugill J. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
Hull G. C miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

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Humphrey W. carpenter Allen Mining Co 

Humphrey Chas. partner in Grey Hound Saloon 

Humphry J. J. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Humphries G. W. sup't raining claim, res south D 

Hunderly P. 0. att'y at law May's Block B, res Howard 

Hundley P. 0. of Aud, Beebe & Hundley, res north Howard 

Hurd Edwin, engineer 

Hung Lee, washing and ironing, north B 

Hunt G. A. miner, res north Stewart 

Hunt Thos. printer 

Hunt J. L. carpenter, res Mill 

Hunter G. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Huntenburg A. Washoe Brewery 

Hunter A. money lender, office Jone's Building south C 

Hunton Willis, fireman Gould & Curry Mill 

Hurlburt S. A. att'y at law, office Enterprise Building 

Hund Ed. engineer Chollar Mining Co 

Hund A. miner Chollar Mining Co 

Hurley Jas. miner Savage Mining Co 

Hurley J. laborer, res 1 

Hussey F. H. engineer Potosi Mining Co 

Hatchings Henry, jobbing, south G 

Hutchin A. J. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

HUTCHINGS U. P. notary public, office B nr Taylor 

Hutchingson C. clerk at H. S. Beck & Co 

Hutchingson C. J. president, San Francisco, Baj. G, E. Min'g Co 

Hutchinson W. miner Utah Mining Co 

Hutchinson J, miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Hutchinson H. F. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 



Identical Saloon, Byrnes & Paddock, 36 south C 

Inch Michael, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Inglish Morgan, at P. Smith's 

Inkley J. miner 

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, E. I. Armstrong prop'r, entrance 

on B, (/' and Union 
Ireland W. smelter Gould & Curry Mill 
Irish Jos. watchman uiould & Curry Mine 
Irish C. B. boarding house, 180 f-outh C 

Irwin Mrs. A. E. ladies' and children's furnishing store, 13 south B 
Isaacs Wm. painter for W. H. Lee 
Israel J. clothing 118 south C 
Irwin W. miner Ophir Mine 

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Jacobs Elias, Cheap John, 3 north B 

Jacobs M. fruit stand, 60 south C 

Jacobs J. N. brick-maker, res M and Carson 

Jacobs Elias, clothing, cheap John, etc., 3 north B 

Jacobs Noah, clerk E. Jacobs, 3 north B, res 3 north B 

Jacob L. shoemaker, etc., res Howard 

Jamison A. F. caipenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Jamison A. W. miner, res north C 

Jackman A. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine, res north E 

Jackson Calvin, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Jackson E. brakeman Spanish No. 2 

Jackson T. W. hay yard, Jackson Row 

Jackson Mrs. K. res 88 south D 

Jackson A. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Jackson A. foreman and sup't Wm. Penn 

Jacoby A. of A. Freidenberg & Co. res San Francisco 

Jackman V. Miner's House, 317 south C 

JAMES E. A. printer 

James I. E. County Surveyor, office 75 north B 

James J. D. amalgamator, 40 north F 

James miner Sides Mining Co 

James L. B. feeder Cedar Hill Mill 

James Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Jamison A. engineer Gould & Curry Mine 

Janin Edward, attorney at law, office 36 north C 

Jeifery E. miner North Potosi Mining Co 

Jelley Jeremiah, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Jenkins Joseph, ore-shipper Gould & Curry Mine 

Jenkins Jos. T. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Jennings E. miner Ophir Mine 

Jenny Jos. minor Gould & Curry Mine 

Jessel S. of Jessel & Zacharias 

Jessel & Zacharias, liquors and cigars, 8 north C 

Jewell James, miner Best & B. Mining Co 

Johnson D. S. miner Savage Mining Co 

Johnson Wm. brakesman Savage Mining Co 

Johnson special policeman first ward 

Johnson A. miner Chollar Mining Co 
Johnson E. C. at Gillig, Mott & Go's 
Johnson Jno. feeder Empire Mill, Virginia 
Johnson C. A. upholsterer, cor D and Union 
Johnson Mrs. W. F. H. saloon, 142 south G 
Johnstone J. A. laborer Ophir Mine 
Johnson C. F. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Johnston A. miner Savage Mining Co 
Jolibi'is J. B. lo 'ging house, north A 

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Jolly A. B. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Jolly J. miner Sides Mining Co 
Jonas A. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Jones C. F. & Co. brokers, office Jones' building, 45 south G 
Jones C. lumber merchant, res north E 
Jones Mrs. dress-maker, Taylor 
Jones 0. E. printer " Union " office 
Jones James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Jones, miner Sides Mining Co 

Jones J. B. attorney at law, 1 Myers & Dagget's Block 
Jones Timothy, watchman Ophir Mine 
Jones Francis, carpenter, res 75 A 
Jones Jno, carpenter Potosi Mining Co 
Jones, miner Sides Mining Co 
Jones C. carpenter Savage Mining Co 
Jones Geo. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Jones J. H. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Jones Francis, miner Potosi Mining Co- 
Jones J. miner Sides Mining Co 
Jordan E. clerk McLaughlin & Root 
Jordan James, laborer Empire Mill 
JOSEPHI ROBT. at L. Elkus, res north F 
Jovanovich Capt. res 109 C 



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104 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Kaanan James, Empire Mill 

Kabler Ohas. M. bookkeeper at F. Schloss & Co 

Kaelble J. J. with C. H. Rich, merch't tailor north B 

Kain Thos. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Kain M. miner Allen Mining Co 

Kaiser C. H. sec'y mining co's, office 7 south C 

Kaitils W. G. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Lalber W. jeweler, res 43 north P 

Kallafret J. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Kane Wm. miner California Mine 

Kane Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Kane Wm. at McFarland's Lumber Yard, Gold Hill 

Kane E. F. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Kane Foster, miner with G. Kane 

Kane Thomas miner, res south G 

Kaneen J. S. sup't of gas works, res Gas Works 

Kaplan Jacob, watch-maker 58 C 

Karl Fred, harness-maker for J. B. Gunther 

Kauflfman F. H. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kaufman Fred, musician, res on G 

Keane F. H. laborer Potosi Mining Co 

Kean Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kearns P. rock-breaker Roger's Mill, Virginia 

Keefer F. shoe-maker, res 44^ south D 

Keefe M. miner Savage Mining Co 

Keefe J. laborer Gould k Curry Mill 

Keegan Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Keehove T. miner F. Potosi Mining Co 

Keeler Dr. H. D. office 44 B 

Keenan J. carpenter, res G 

Keeney, Lee & Churchill, att'ys at law, room 14 Taylor's Building 

Keeney John, waterman, res J 

Keeruan James, miner Savage Mining Co 

Keetch J. Z. bookkeeper, bds with Mrs. Fairchild 

Keff P. 0. miner B. Moscow 

Keith W. R. Garden Valley Boundary House north C 

Kelaher C. miner Beach & Paxton 

Kelley S. miner Sides Mining Co 

Kelley J. miner Savage Mining Co 

Kelley Wm. miner Chollar Mining Co 

Kelley Mike, iron-worker Gould & Curry ]\rill 

Kelley K. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Kelley D. F. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kelley J. laborer Gould k Curry Mill 

Kelley F. R. carpenter Gould k Curry Mill 

Kelley Mike, miner Utah Mining Co 

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Kelley P. T. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Kelley 0. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kelley Pat. laborer Gould & Cuvvj Mill 

Kelley Capt. John G. Co. H, 1st Reg't Infantry, oiSce 15 north 

B, N. T. Volunteers 
Kelly Thos. painter, 51 south F 
Kelly James, of Casey, Kelly & Co. 60 north 
Kelly Hugh, of Casey, Kelly & Co 
Kelly Thos. W. saloon 174 south 
Kelly Kin, mason, res south E. 
Kelly Jno. laborer Ophir Mine 
KELLY J. W. Printer 
Kelly Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Kelly Richard, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Kelly Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Kelly Lawrence, miner Best and B. Mining Co' 
Kelly Thos. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Kenan J. rock-breaker Empire Mill, Virginia 
Kanck Christian, shoe-maker, 45 south C 
Kenfick R. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Kenfman F. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Kenady C. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Kennedy J. rock-breaker Empire Mill Virginia 
Kennedy Cornelius, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Kennedy Martin, lodging House, Sutter 
Kennedy P. J. iirm Kennedy & Mallon 
KENNEDY & MALLON, grocers, 22 south G 
Kennedy N. Empire Mill 
Kennedy J. N. Hotel, 208 south C 
Kenney Thomas, laborer, res K 
Kent W. H. apothecary &c. cor B and Union 
Kent Thos. watch-maker, Union bet B and C 
Kenzil Mac G. res north E 
Kerbin Pat. miner, bds Cedar Hill House^ 
Kerby Wm. Virginia Hotel 
Kerby J. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 
Kerman R. of Fulton Market 
Kernan B. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Kern Fred, saddler and harness maker with J. B. Gunther, 46 

south C 
Kern A. B. outside delivery clerk. Wells, Fargo & Cc 
Kerr Wm. carperiter, res south F 
Kerwin Pat. carpenter, res 51 north F 
Ketts H. miner Savage Mining Co 
Keyes F. W. undertaker, 26 south C 
Kellsan James, miner Savage Mining Co 
Kimble Chas. broker &c. north Howard 
Kidtt M. millwright, carpenter &c. Gould & Curry 

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106 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

King P. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

King- Chas. laborer, Gould & Curry Mill 

King Mrs. Ellen E. dress-making, 6 north D 

King Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

King Jas. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

King G. A. clerk dis't court 1st judicial dis't 1 Roe's Building 

King Homer S. cashier bank department. Wells, Fargo & Co 

King & Suskind, clothing store, north B 

King Jas A. "sraiter, res Howard 

King Pat. caruenter Gould & Curry Mine 

King W. miner, bds Cedar Hill House south B 

King G. A. district clerk, res 15 north A 

Kingston W. feeder Roger's Mill, A^irginia 

Kiukwood, miner Sides Mining Co 

Kinkade H. N. carpenter, south F 

Kinmicau T. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Kinny Jos. P. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Kinney T. timborman Ophir Mine 

Kinney I. A. Virginia Planing Mill, res U. S. Hotel 

Kinney J. P. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Kinney S. blacksmith, res 116 north D 

Kinney Felix, miner Ophir Mine 

Kinney Mrs. washing, res H 

Kinnicky J. miner Ophir Mine 

Kinsey Wm. blacksmith, 24 south D 

Kint Wm. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kirb Jas. timberman Ophir Mine 

Kirby T. timberman Ophir Mine 

Kirby Jas. miner, res above Stewart 

Kirk & Co. apothecaries and chemists, 24 B nr Taylor 

Kirkpatrick & Rhodes, attorneys at law, 9 Taylor's building 

Kirman & Co. Fulton Market, 4 south B 

Kirmau R. of Kirman & Co, res 4 B 

Kimin W. R. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Kite Jacob, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Kitts & Griswold, brokers, 10 Wells, Fargo & Go's Block 

Kitts James, stock broker, res south F 

Klee Martin, U. S. Bakery Saloon, 47 south C 

Klean N. tailor at I. Mayers 

Kleine J. W. of McFarland & Co. res south G 

Kleine C. R. boot-maker, 105 south C 

Kloupfer L. H. Gould & Curry Market, south F 

Klink J. G. cabinet maker, res south E 

Klopstock & Harris, cigars and notions, C 

Klopstock C. of Klopstock & Harris 

Kncal James, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Knifl" Thos. miner Spanish No. 2 

Knox Robt. watchman Gould & Curry Mine 

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Knox Charles, res Chapin House 
Knox A. C. attorney at law, 15 Taylor's building 
Knox H. B. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 
Knox A. C. notary public, res south F 
Knuemerla T. amalgamator Empire Mill, Virginia 
Koerner J. N. miner, M near Union 
Koerpel Sam'l, at J. Barnert & Go's 
Kohler C. H. engineer Best & B, Mining Co 
Kopp L. D. butcher, 92 north C 
Kornman S. speculator, bds International Hotel 
Korii*Joseph, groceries and vegetables, 36 south C 
Kramer F. miner Rogers' Mill, Virginia 
KRAUSE WM. groceries and clothing, 308 south C 
Krebs G-. E. at Rice & Livermore's 
Kron A. Sierra Market, 127 north B 
Krowe Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Krutsmeyer G. B. miner Savage Mining Co 
KUH LEOPOLD, assayer and metallurgical chemist, office A 
near Ophir mine, res cor Sutton Av and Stewart (see ad.) 
Kuh J. musician Artist's Hall 
Kuhlman R. feeder Rogers' Mill, Virginia 
Kuhn G. shoe-maker, shop 112 south C 
Kuhn A. brewer Washoe Brewery 
Kuhnhaeuser A. coffee saloon, 28 north B 
Kukwood J. miner Sides Mining Co 
Kupfman H. laborer Washoe Brewery 
Kysor E. F. carpenter, 147 north D 




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Lacey J. V. with W. T. Warren, 71 north B 

Lacy J. club room, 21 north C 

Lackey Albert, carpenter California Mine, res north 3 

Lackey B. F. dep'y constable, office at J. F. AtwilFs 

Lackie Albert, carpenter, res north Stewart 

Laddock J. K. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Lafaile S. carpenter Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Lafayette Saloon, A. Casamajou, 41 north A 

Laid John, tailor at I Meyer's «r 

Laiferty B. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

La Hay Thos. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Laird James L. printer "Union Office," bds at Mrs. Dill's 

Lakam Jas. ag't for Wells, Fargo & Co. res Taylor 

Lally Pat. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Lamar C. Miner Chollar Mining Co 

Lamb A. J. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Lambert Geo G. Laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Lambert C. furnished rooms 8 A 

Lambert J. sup't Belcher Mine, res Main 

Lameraux Mrs. S. E. private res north A 

Lammon George E. saloon keeper, res 34 E 

Lanmion Geo. 1. Nevada Saloon 

Lamont, miner Sides Mining Co 

Lamol B. L. Progress Restaurant 33 north C 

Lanborn L. W. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Lancaster Wm. clock-dealer, Union bet B & C 

Lauchot Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Land C. B. Land's Quartz Mill, office "Enterprise Building" 

Landeker J. S. St. Nicholas Hotel, south B 

Landy M. S. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Landy Michael, miner, res south G 

Lane Micliael, teamster Gould & Cury Mill 

Lane Fred, bookkeeper Merchants' Exchange, res D cor Hickey 

Lang Andrew Empire Market, 39 north C 

Lang Isaac, cigars and tobacco 58 south C 

LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS, J.J. Cooper ag't, office 

Enterprise Building 
Langworthy P. miner Opliir Mine 
Laugridge Geo. Nevada Market, res south G 
Lannan Thos. miner, res 143 south D 
L ANN AN P. H. City Market cor of B and Sutton Av 
Lauuing S. W. carpenter 34 south D 
Lanpher George, at J. P. Smith's 46 north C 
Lansing W, G. clerk at McLaughlin & Root's, res G 
Lanszweert L. State Assayor at Theail & Go's, cor Taylor & C 
Larkins G. W. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

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VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 109 

Laronche A. Barnum's Hotel 

Larue E. W. blacksmith, 297 south C 

Lary Jas. miner, res north A 

Lason Wm, R. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

LATHAM JAS. H. ag't Wells, Fargo & Co 

Latton Jos. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Laurant, miner Sides Mining Co 

Lawlor James, prop'r saloon, SutlifF's Hall 

Lawry E. Miner Ophir Mine 

Lawton W. C. special policeman, res 82 south D 

Lawton , night watchman. 3d Ward 

Lawton Chas. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Lawson C. 2d engineer Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Lawrence W. D. miner Chollar Mining Co 

Lazendy J. barber with L. Boch 

Leahy Jno. oiler Gould & Curry Mill 

Leary Dan. carman California Mine 

Leary J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Leary Daniel laborer, res north G 

Leavett John, Winfield Quartz Mill, office Enterprise Building 

Lee Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lee, Keeney & Churchill, att'ys at law, room 14 Taylor's Building 

Leeke E. E. barkeeper International 

Lee Jno. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Leek Wm. boot-maker for R. M. Black 

Leconey J. C. Mining sec'y, Taylor bet 0. and D 

Leconey James, broker, res 40 south D 

Le Favor, A H. amalgamator Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

Lefferty M. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Leflower Joseph, Grey Hound Saloon, north Main 

Legate Chas. T. chop house, 26 north C 

Lehman Justar, painter Joseph Fredericks 

Leitch Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lemery B. book-keeper Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Lennon Thos. driver Savage Mining Co 

Leonard T. laborer Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Leonard Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lesher Wm. Garibaldi Saloon, 42 north B 

Letterer L. Schuster's Brewery, 323 south C 

Leturnan John, carpenter Best & B. Mining Co 

Levans Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Leventy Chas. carman Potosi Mining Co 

Levi Alick, clothier, res 3 A 

Levi J. speculator, 21 north C 

Levies Wm. sup't mining co's, north L 

Levison Mark, wholesale clothing store, etc., 49 south C \ 

Leverenty Ch;is. carman Chollar Mining Co 

Levinson M. Enterprise Saloon, Enterprise building 

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110 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Levy Chas, Lovejoy House, 47 south C 

Levy Elias, salesuiaii Weiushenk & AUsbacher 

Levy A. bar-tender Mayers' saloon 

Levy A. N. upholsterer, 1 36 south C 

Levy Louis, bar-tender St. Nicholas Saloon 

Levy Louis, of Davis & Levy, north B, res 37 north B 

Levy A. & W. clothing store, 16 B 

Levy L. of Levy & Greentaub, Union bet C. and D 

Levy J. upholsterer, 136 south 

Levy A. N. upholsterer, 136 south 

Levy & Leyser, clotliiuo:, 21 north C 

Levy B. of Levy & Leyser 

Levy Saul, upholsterer, 102 south C 

Levy & Greentaub, merchant tailors. Union bet C and D 

Lewis E. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Lewis George, International Saloon, 3 north 

Lewis Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lewis D. W. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Lewitt H. F. of H. F. Lewitt & Co 

Lewitt H. F. & Co. Young America Cigar Store, 56 south 

Le} ser Jacob, of Levy & Leyser 

Libby J. G. broker, 30 north C 

Libby Ira M. carpenter, 34 south D 

Lichistine Marks, mining secretary, 19 north 

Liddycout Jno. miner Opliir Mine 

Lie])man L. dry goods. 80 south C 

Lieurance James, Washoe Exchange 

Liffle P. E. lal)orer Gould & Curry Mill 

Lightner Mrs. M. E. boarding house, north H 

Lillie H. C. book-keeper Sargent & Fogler, res Union Block, cor 

B and Taylor 
Lillie J. C. watchman Gould & Curry Mill 
LILLIE LEWIS, time-keeper Gould & Curry Mine, res Flowery 
Lincoln Z. teamster, res 33 north L 

LINCOLN & WATSON, hay yard and stables, 33, 35 & 37 n F 
Lincoln C. T. hay yard, 33 north B 
Lindemon C. fruits, 88 south C 

Lindley & McQualid, attorneys at law, 12 Wells & Fargo Block 
Lindo Isaac, clerk P. Engelbrccht 
Lindsay Miss A. D. cor F and Taylor 
Ling Jno. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Linker Henry, miner Iloosier State Mill 
Lingo J. S. miner North Potosi Mining Co 
Lintott Chas. treasurer Baj. & G. E. Mining Co. office 11 and 12 

Jones' building 
Lithgoe Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Little Jno. amalgamator Empire Mill, Virginia 
Livermore Chas. driver California Stage Co 

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Livcrmore Clms E. of Rice & Livermore, 44 south C 

Livingstone B. of Miller & Co. res U. S. Hotel 

Livingston M. clerk Wolf, Herzog & Co 

Lloyd Isaac W. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lockhart Walter, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lodge Wm. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 

Loftus Geo. W. miner, res 125 north B 

Llaguns R. miner Savage Mining Co 

Loftis Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

LONE STAR STABLE, Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, T. Par- 
ker, prop'r 

Long Mrs. boarding house, 41 south B 

Long Francis, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Loon Van H. carman Chollar Mining Co 

Lopez John, miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

Lord T. miner Fair View Mine 

Loryea Jos. stock broker, res north A 

Loughhead Robert, clerk Block & Co 

Love J. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Love D. M. book-keeper Fulton Market 

LOVE JO Y JOHN K. editor and proprietor " Old Piute " 

Lowe W. L. engineer Chollar Mining Co 

Lowe John miner, bds Cedar Hill House 

Lowe W. L. 1st ass't engineer Chollar Mining Co 

Lowe Richard, groceries 129 north B 

Lowell W. H. bookkeeper Savage Mining Co 

Lowenstein W. at Dias & Gloubers 

Luckan Herman, of Parks &, Luckan 

Ludy Jeremiah, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Ludgwig H. California Exchange, 5 north D 

Luke J. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Lunstrum Chs. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Lurch Isaac, butcher City Market, cor B and Sutton Av 

LUTHER & SCHROEDER, grocers 103 south C and branch 
cor Union and H 

Luther F. of Luther & Schroeder 

Lutz , works for A. S. Tobias & Co 

Lynch Jerry Plumber, res 21 and 23 E 

Lynch John, pressroom "Union Office" 

Lynch J. driver Savage Mining Co 

Lynch Pat. Niagara Hall 18 north B 

Lynch M. ass't foreman Gould & Curry Mine 

Lynch John, miner south F • 

Lynch Chas. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Lynch Jno. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Lyon C. brewer Union Brewery 

Lyon Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Lyons S. miner N. Potosi mining Co 

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Lyons H. porter Wells, Fargo & Co 

Lyons John, R. miner, south H 

Lyons Thomas miner, res south F 

Lyons J. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Lyons D. A. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Lyons Pat. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 



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Maass A. bookkeeper D. Wolf & Co 

Mace A. A. att'y at law- 
Mack Jno. miner Utah Mining Co 

Macken S. engineer Allen Mining Co 

Mackay J. miner, res 117 north B 

Mackney T. laborer Opliir Mine 

Madden S. Stewart at U. S. Hotel 

Madden Edward, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Madrid J. res 72 north B 

Maestretti B. Columbus Saloon, 90 north B 

MAGAGNOTTI, Very Rev. Peter FathCT, res in building at- 
tached to Church 

Maggener Thos. saloon 28 south B 

Magill James, bricklayer, res 28 north E 

MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE, D, Maguire & Burns prop'r 

Maguire E. res cor C and Mill 

Mahon Frank, printer " Old Piute " office 

Mahoney James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Mahoney Pat. miner, bds Cedar Hiil House north 

Mahoney P. miner Ophir Mine 

Mahoney J. miner Ophir Mine 

Mahoney J. D. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Mahorn Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Mahoney Jno Miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Mahoney Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Maguire F. amalgamator Do Land's Mill, Flowery 

Mahony Tim. miner Ophir Mine 

Maiers A. A. carpenter res south E 

Maim Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Maiss -, laborer Centreville Mill 

Maitland Wm. 2d engineer Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

Maiter A. A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Mailer Jos. miner Baj. aud G. E Mining Co 

Mallet Capt. J. H. sup't Milton Mining Co res north B, office 
Medan Building 

Malley Mrs Geo. boarding house 169 south B 

Malley Peter miner, Gould &. Curry Mine 

Mallon John, Kennedy & Mallon, 22 south C 

Malone J. miner Savage Mining Co 

Malony Edwin, driver Savage Mining Co 

Malony M. horse-shoer, 156 south C 

Malone James, Delta Saloon, 2'4 north C 

Malsh J. of Mandel & Co. 28 south C 

Mandel & Co. clothing, 28 south C 

Manders Jno. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Maris Joseph, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

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Importers and Dealers in 

ROBBSR MD LEATHER BELIING, 



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Have superior facilities for making MINING and MILLING MACHINERY. 
Also, complete set of Machine Tools. Are now prepared to do all kinds of 
Foundry work. 

Proprietors— HUBBARD, McADAl^IS <&. CO. 

MILLER & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

STA.TIOIsrE;ilY, 

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Marks L. California Exchange, 5 north D, 

Marrioff W. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Marrin James, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Marris M. cigar stand, 56 south C 

Marmix D. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Marsh Henry B. clerk at Burralls book store 

Marsh Thos. house and sign painter, shop on C, res 25 s A 

Marshall John, miner, cor F and Washington 

MARSHAIiL G. M. local editor " Daily Union" 

Marshall Jno. miner Gould and Curry Mine 

Marshall G. K. trustee Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Maris Joseph, laborer Gould & Curry Mine 

Martell Charles, brakesman Milton Mining Co 

Martin Robert, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Manich Mazron, res 87 A 

Manley W. P. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 

Mann Jacob, Virginia Bakery 

Mann A. B. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 

Manning James, bar-tender Maguire's Opera House 

Manogue Rev. P. pastor of St. Mary's Church in the mountains, 

(catholic,) res in basement 
Mansfield J. S. of Phillipson & Mansfield, cor of C and Union 
Mansfield Mike, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 
Many P. at Gillig, Mott & Co 
Marengovich J. porter M. Goldman & Co 
Marill Mrs. dressmaker north A 
Maringowitch M. matress-maker at M. Goldman & Co 
Martin Pat. Gould & Curry Mine 
Martin Enterette, carpenter, G south of Washington 
Martin A. tinner at Beck & Co. res 159 north B 
Martin S. G. printer "Enterprise Office" 
Martin M. Phil'a boot and shoe store, Taylor bet C and D 
Martin Harper, contractor ChoUar Mining Co 
Martinvusky W. Tailor 57 south C 
Masel C. Sierra Market 127 north B 
Mason E. L, dep'y county surveyor office 75 north B 
Masterman P. B. broker office Union Block B 
Matherson Chs. carpenter Utah Mining Co 
Matherson Robt. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Matthews Miss S. S. first intermediate dep't public school 
Matthews J. C. carpenter Virginia Planing Mill 
Matthews J. E. miner Savage Mining Co 
Matthey C. cook Progress Restaurant 
Mau Albert, groceries and provisions, 7 south B 
Mauren Mrs. M. saloon, 123 north C 

Mayberry James, wagon-maker Clark & Donaldson, north C 
Mayberry James, carpenter, res 92 south D 

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MAYER ISADOR, Merchant Tailor, one door south Wells, 

Fargo & Co.'s office 
Mayer & S. B. Detray, hairdressers, 33 south C 
Mayer Jacob, saloon, 6 north C 
Mayer H. stock broker, office 33 south C 
Mayer Mrs. Fanny, millinery, etc., 26 north G 
Mayer W. teamster south G 
Maytorena Jesus, res 87 A 
Maxwell T. G. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Maxwell F. G. carpenter, bds Oriental Hotel 
Meagher James D. broker, 62 soutli C 
Meara M. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

MECHANICS' MILLS, Vandusen & Hoold, south D, (see adv.) 
Medin Marco, fruit store, 4 south C 
Mee Sam'l, waiter International Hotel 
Meehan Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Megerle H. C. druggist at Cole & Gamble's 
Meir 0. P. miner Sides Mining Co 
Meister Jno. clerk H. C. Kirk & Co. 24 B nr Taylor 
Melenkey Wm. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Melody Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Melve F. cook Barnum Restaurant 
Melville W. E. school teacher, bet A. and B 
Melzner C. W. saloon, Odd Fellows' building, corner Main and 

Bl an chard 
Meng Ciias. barber. Metropolitan Baths 
Merchants' Exchange, Jno. A. Moch, prop'r, 10 north C 
Merchant J. M. miner Chollar Mining Co 
Merigot A. barber, 18 north B 
Mero Alex, lumberman, res north F 
Merr 0. P. miner Sides Mining Co 
Merrill E. carpenter Potosi Mining Co 
Merritt C. M. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 
Mers Nick. Mountain View Saloon, cor Suttor and B 
Mcsick R. attornev at law, Fulton Market building, south B 
Metcalf M. M. at Gillig, Mott & Co's 

Metcalf B, Agent Pacific Stage Co. res Merchants' Exchange 
Mevin Thos. miner W. & M. Claim 
Meyer A, real estate agent. Piper's building, north B 
Meyer Henry, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Meyers James, carpenter Empire Mill, Virginia 
Meyers R. E. foreman North Potosi Mining Co 
Mezon I), res 87 A 

Mezgar C. F. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Miciiacl H. of Gilbert & Michael 
MILATOVICH V. groceries, 89 north B 
Miles Mrs. H. A. letter writer, 42 north F 
Millan W. J, grainer C. H. Eagan 

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Millard C. M. S. printer " Enterprise " office 

MILLER & COMPY, booksellers and stationers, cor Union & B 

MILLER B. H. of Miller & Co. res International 

Miller C. M. printer " Union " office 

Miller Wm. with Louis Bach, 51 south C 

Miller J. D. carpenter, res south D 

Miller E. S. at Gillig, Mott & Go's 

Miller D. W. speculator, 45 south F 

Miller John (colored), cook, res south F 

Miller Chas. with Kirman & Co. meat market, 4 B 

Miller Wm. barber, Washington Baths 

Miller , physician, 58 south C 

Miller Jno. carpenter Gould &, Curry Mine 

Miller Frank, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Miller Wm. miner Utah Mining Co 

Miller C. water cart, cor F and Taylor 

Miller F. J. cabinet maker D. Wolf & Co 

Millington S. J. wood turner, Virginia Mill, 45 south D 

Mimson A. J. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Minaghan Michael, miner, 11 south E 

Miner J. B. office Medeu Building 

Miner H, assayer Gould & Curry Mill 

Minshell G. K. office 11 and 12 Jones' Building 

Miot Alexander, sec'y mining co's, res 144 north D 

Missigmier Isaac, miner, bds Cedar Hill House 

Mitchell W. H. miner Opliir Mine 

Mitchell Andrew, miner Savage Mining Co 

Mitchell James, foreman Baj. & G E. Mining Co 

Mitchell Jos. miner Savage Mining Co 

Mitchell James, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

MITCHELL & ADAMS, wholesale liquor dealers 64 south C 

Mitchell Jos. miner, res Howard 

Mitchell J. C. at McLaughlin & Root's 

Mitchell J. F. miner Wiufield Mill, Virginia 

Mitchell J. H. farmer, res M and Carson 

Mitchell Tom. miner, bds Cedar Hill House north C 

Mitchell Henry K. att'y at law, office Fulton Market Building, B 

Mitchell J. B. miner, res north G 

Mitchell J. B. miner Savage Mining Co 

Moch John A. prop'r Merchants' Exchange 10 north C 

Mohring F. blacksmith 69 north B 

Molitor John, cook at Bayreuther Bros 

Mome Michael, laborer, res H 

Monaco Louis, clerk for Fortell &, Bush 

Monahan Wm, S, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Monmonier W. B. Empire Market, 152 south C 

Monaghan Wm, miner Gould & (Jurry Mine, res north A 

Monnix D. miner Sides Mining Co 

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Monnier E. barber 101 nortli B 

Moimot E. clerk for L. Fusier & Co 

Monohan Juo. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 

Monroe Thos. pantryman International Hotel 

Montford C. E. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Montgomery G. draymen, res Howard 

Montgomery H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

MOODY & WILKINS Barbers 86 south C 

Moody James, barber, of Moody & Wilkins 

Moody T. M. blacksmith 24 south D 

Mooney D. G. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Mooney T. miner Ophir Mine 

Moore M. L. f-up't Rock Island Co. room 12 Roe's Bul'd 

Moore J. blacksmith Milton Mining Co 

Moore Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Moore E. A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Moore R. F. sup't savage Mine, office 158 south C 

Moore Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Moore Rob. broker, res G 

Moore miner Sides Mining Co 

Moore M. L. sup't Rock Island and Poney Express Co. room 12 

Roe's Building B 
Moore James, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 
Moore & Ogden, grocers, 48 north C 
Mooser Wm, Architect, office Medan Building C 
Moran Andrew, miner California Mine 
Morehouse J. J, boot-maker, Union bet C and D 
Morgan John, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Morgan H. M. notary public and com's for Cal. res Va. Hotel 
Morgan James, president bides Claim 
Morgan James, trustee 
Morgan Wm. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Morgan James, res Bulkeley's Block B 
MORRILL G. P. Druggist, 22 south C 
Morrill Frank, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Morris J. clothing 60 r-outh C 
MORRIS MRS. R. Occidental 89 C 
Morris J. storekeeper, res 13 north A 
Morris miner Sides Mining Co 
Morris James R. printer " Old Piute " office 
MOXLEY, HUGHES & CO. Virginia Planing Mill, 45 south D 
Moxley John S. of Virginia Planing Mill, res south D 
MORRISON W. A. prop'r U. S. Hotel, 31, 33, 33^ south B 
Moreingo S. G. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 
Morrison Miss M. E. at U. S. Hotel 
Morrison Wm. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Morrow R. F. sup't Savage Mining Co 
Morse Clias. miner Allen Mining Co 

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Morse Stephen, wood teamster, res north G- 

Morse James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

MORTON E. H. Pioneer Cider and Syrup Manufactory, 196 s B 

Moses B. F. stock broker and mining sec'y, 23 south C 

MOUNT DAVIDSON HOTEL, Chas. Brown, proprietoa, 291 

south C 
Moyes R. B. attorney at law, office south B 
Muhlack A. harness maker, with J, B. Gunther 
Muir J. miner North Potosi Mining Co 
Mulaly Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Mulcahy Pat. Nevada Saloon, 9 north B res G & Taylor 
Muldoon Pat. foreman Gould & Curry Mill 
Mullen John, amalgamator Hoosier State Mill 
Mullin A. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Mulligan J. W. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 
Mundy Jno. engineer Ophir Mine 
Munzing Joseph, wagon maker, 124 C 
Murphey Pat. miner, bds Cedar Hill House, north C 
Murphy T. G. attorney at law, Taylor bet B and G 
Murphy Geo. bar-tender Collins House 
Murphy Peter, fireman Virginia Planing Mill 
Murphy R. A. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Murphy Stephen, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Murphy R. A. workman Gould & Curry Mill 
Murphy Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Murphy M. J. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Murphy Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Murphy M. miner Ophir Mine 
Murphy J. clothing store, B near Taylor 
Murphy Francis, boarding house, H near Taylor 
Murphy Jeremiah, blacksmith, res 92 south D 
Murphy Sam. blacksmith Central Mill 
Murphy F. miner Ophir Mine 
MURRAY PEMBROKE (Alderman), of Gartrell & Murray, 75- 

south C 
Murray Wm. miner Savage Mining Co 
Musler L. Union Bakery, 3 north D 

Myer J. merchant tailor. Wells & Fargo building, south C 
Myers Joseph A. butcher Gould & Curry Market south F 
Myers Chas. blacksmith Empire Mill 
MYER N. dry goods, 15 north B 

Myers & Daggett, att'ys at law, 1 Myers & Daggett's building 
Myers S. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Myers B. boot maker, 37 north C 
Myers Wm. miner Utah Mining Co 
MYERS' DRY GOODS BAZAAR, 15 north B 
Myers T. laborer, res north G 
Mygalt M. notary public, 10 Wells & Fargo Block 

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McCole Geo. driver Savage Mining Co 

McAdoo Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McAlect Jno. Oiler Gould & Curry Mill 

McArthur Arche, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McAuliff, D. miner Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

McBeebe, sup't mining co's res 25 A 

Mc Bride Alex, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

McBride Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McCabe James D. res north I 

McCabu J. laborer Opliir Mine 

McCaffity James, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

McCaffrey Ed. bar-tender, Nevada Saloon 

McCann A. S. carrier Virginia " Union," res north A 

McCain T. miner Ophir Mine 

McCall John, watchman, Gould & Curry Mill 

McCallahan B. miner B. Moscow 

McCan Robert, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

McCann J. S. printer 

McCann H. M. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

McCardle Dennis, miner Sides Mining Co 

Mc Carroll D. miner Sides Mining Co 

McCartney Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 

McCarteney J. B. carpenter, res 107 south B 

McCarthay, lander Ophir Mine 

McCarthay Pat. laborer Ophir Mine 

McCarthy J. laborer Ophir Mine 

McCarthy D. E. of Goodman & McCarthy, prop'rs "Daily 

Enterprise 
McCarthy Mike, printer " Union " office 
McCarthy Gaston, miner Gould & Curry 
McCarthy M. boot-maker at O'Donohues 
McCarthy Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McCarthy M. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
McCarthy Justin, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McCarthy J. laborer California Mine 
McCarty John, broker, 14 north C 
McCarty David, bar-tender at Delta Saloon 
McCarty P. miner, res 92 south D 
McCarty, miner Sides Mining Co 
McCarty T. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 
McCawley miner Sides Mining Co 
McCawley stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
McCeron J miner Savage Mining Co 
McClecry Wm. engineer Ophir Mill res F nr Taylor 
McCloskey J. blacksmiths' helper Savage Mining Co 
McCluskey Thomas, miner, res I 
McClusky C. engineer Planing Mill, 34 south D 
McConnell E. B. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

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McConnell J. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

McConwick Ciias. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

McCormick Mrs. washing, H 

McCourty & Flood Capital Saloon, 71 south C 

McCourth, miner, res 39 south B 

McCourt Jas. miner Savage Mining Co 

McCOY WILLIAM, Occidental Saloon south 

McCullen, miner Sides Mining Co 

McCunnell P. miner B. Moscow Mine 

McDaniel R. P. laborer Ophir Mine 

McDaniels R. P. miner, res south F 

McDelowney, hay yard, res G 

McDermott J. miner Baj & G. E. Mining Co 

McDonald W. A. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McDonald D. W. blacksmith helper, 24 south D 

McDonald Wm, waiter Maguire's Theatre, res north E 

McDonald W. H. lamp-lighter Maguire's Opera House 

McDonald E. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

McDonald Pat. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

McDonald D. blacksmith Savage Mining Co 

McDonough James, laborer, res south F 

McDoual M. A. miner Savage Mining Co 

McDougall Duncan, miner, res south C 

McDowal A. L. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Mcllroy James R. sup't mines, 139 north C 

McCULLOUGH H. V. S. of E. Ruhling & Co. res south A 

McElwain B. F. printer " Old Piute" office 

McFadden Jas. bar-tender Sazerac Saloon 

McFarland Sam'l, lumber yard, Virginia and Gold Hill Divide 

McFARLAND GILBERT, wholesale liquors, south E 

McFadden G. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

McGarin F. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

McGavin T. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Ga 

McGee Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McGee D. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

McGee Mike, miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

McGinn B. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mil! 

McGinis , miner, res 40 E 

McGinnis J. miner Sierra Nevada Mines 
McGinnis T. brick-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
McGinnis Robt. at Robson's Club Room 
McGloin Peter stock broker, office 33 south 
McGraine Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McGuire Terence, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McGuise Pat. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
McGwyre Chas. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 
McHugh T. fireman Gould & Curry Mill 
Mclvoy, Jas. Burlington HouSe, south B 

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McKay J. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

McKay P. N. mining engineer, office 36 north C 

McKay D. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

McKay J. N. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

McKay James, millwright Gould & Curry Mill 

McKay P. N. acting sup't California Mine, res Howard 

McKay Alex, butcher, cor E and Union 

McKay Patrick M. sup't Potosi Mining Co 

McKee James, blacksmith with Willard, B nr Taylor 

McKeg James, roaster Central Mill 

McKewsie , miner Sides Mining Co 

McKernal P. amalgamator Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

McKinney , laborer, res M and Carson 

McKlusky , miner Sides Mining Co 

McKlusky , miner Sides Mining Co 

McLa J. R. carpenter Ophir Mine 
McLachlan Hugh, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
McLaughlan & Willock, sign painters, 117 south C 
McLAUGHLAN J. W. of McLaughlan & Willock, res C 
McLaughlon P. miner Savage Mining Co 
McLaughlin & root, hardware merchants, 48 south C 
McLaughlin Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 
McLauglin Eugene, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McLaughton M. miner Savage Mining Co 
McLaughton Owen, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
McLean, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
McLean Wm. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 
McLEARN J AS. drug store, 114 south C 
McLeod H. blacksmith ChoUar Mine 
McLim J. feeder DeLand's Mill, Flowery 
McLone M. miner York Claim 



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McMaoafry I. miner Utah Mining Co 
MciMahan J. T. saloon, 152 south C 
McMahon M. miner Sides Mining Co 
McMally Jas. carman Ophir Mine 
McMichael Jno. miner W. & M. Claim 
McMannis P. carpenter, res E south Silver 
McMillin M. F. grocers, 184 south C 
McMahon Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
McLellan D. J. laborer Gould & Curry Mine 
McMurry Jas. D. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
McMurtrey Thos. miner Potosi North A 
McMurtry A. T. miner Potosi Mining Co 
McMullen M. butcher Empire Market 
McMurray Mrs. N. E. res 110 north B 
McNally Z. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
McNamara W. butcher, 136 south C 
McNeal A. hostler Ophir Mine 
McNine D. miner York Claim 
McReynolds J. S. salesman L. Elkus 
McSherry Mrs. Cath. furnished rooms, 45 north F 



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SYRUPS, BITTERS & ESSENCES. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

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National Market, Treat & Straus, south C 

Neagle Wm. plasterer, south K 

NEALIS T. J. bar-keeper International 

Neall J. M. bookkeeper Hoosier State Mill 

Neely Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Negle Jno. miner Baj. G. E. Mining Co 

Neker Chas. Union Brewery, res north G 

Nelan S. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Nell is 0. B, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Nelson A. miner, res south F 

Nelson Thos. amalgamator, north A 

Nelson Alex, carman Potosi Mining Co 

Nesdale Peter, laborer, cor of G. & Union 

Nester J. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Neumegan S. of H. F. Levitt & Co 

Nevada Market, Cushing & Langridge, south C 

"NEVADA PIONEER" newspaper, (German,) J. F. Hahnlen 

prop'r, office Eenterprise Building south C 
NEVADA SALOON, Lamnion & Mulcahy prop'rs, 9 north B 
Nevins J. B. res 211 south 
Newburger A. clerk at E. A. Fargo & Co 
Newcombe Thos. miner Sides Mining Co 
Newington John G. miner, res north H 
Neumann S. at Pioneer Laundry 

NEWMAN A. & CO. butchers. Union Market, 32 south C 
Newman A. of A. Newman & Co. 32 south C 
Newmann L. barber 6 north C 
Newman L. speculator at Mandell & Co 
Newman Chas. speculator at Thomas & Brown's 
NEW OREGON CIDER, manufactory 311 south C 
Newton R. waterman Savage Mining Co 
Newton G. A. brakesman Savage Mining Co 
New York Restaurant by Jno. Griffin, south C 
Nicholas F. P. Miners' Home, 103 north B 
Nicholas F. P. Mountain View Resturant, 307 south G 
Nicholas Ch. D. machinist. Union, cor A 
Nicholas J. miner Ophir Mine 
Nicholass J. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Noble, , miner Sides Mining Co 

Noe J. A. Mrs. res north H 

Noc John 3. at Rice ^ Livermore 

Noell L. boot-maker 31 north C 

NOLAN'S CENTRAL HOUSE, P. Nolan prop'r, 80 north C 

Nolan Pat. labitrer Gould & Curry Mill 

Nolte G. assayer, res north Mill 

Nox W. D. carpenter De Lands' Mill, Flowery 

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Normandy John, bar-tender Grey Hound Saloon 

Norris A. miner Savage Mining Co 

North Judge, chambers district court, 41 south B 

Northy E. miner Savage Mining Co 

Norton J. at L. H. P. Smith 

Norton G. M. office 82 south C 

Norton C. carpenter, res Johnson 

Norton C. carpenter N. Potosi Mining Co 

Nugent John, att'y at law, Enterprise Building 

Nutting C. S. Time-keeper N. Potosi Mining Co 

Nutting Sam'l, miner Fair View Mining Co 



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OAKLEY A. W. assayer Gould & Curry Mill 
Oalfon, stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
Obermeyer Benjamin, miner, res south I 
Obuer P. H. laborer Ophir Mine 
O'Brien M. waiter International Hotel 
O'Brien Chas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Brien James, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
O'Brien Edw. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
O'Brien M. miner Milton Mining Co 

O'Brien, , miner Sides Mining Co 

O'Brien M. laborer, Gould & Curry Mill 

O'Canol Pat. miner Ophir Mine 

Ochs John, bootmaker R. M. Black 

OCCIDENTAL, lodging and furnished rooms, Mrs. R. Morris, 

89 south C 
OCCIDENTAL SALOON, Wm. McCoy, prop'r, 26 south 
O'Connell M. of O'Connell & Gill 
O'Connell & Gill, boots and shoes, Union bet C and D 
O'Connell Coleman, laborer, res L 
O'Conner, miner Sides Mining Co 
O' Conner P. miner Ophir Mine 
O'Connor Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Connor D. miner Ophir Mine 
O'Connor Michael, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Connor Mrs. P. Oriental Hotel, north E 
O'Connor J. laborer Ophir Mine 
O'Connor Denis, miner, res G 
O'Connors Wm. miner, res Mill 
O'Connor Tim. miner south F 
O'Connor Dennis, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Connor Terrence, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Owens E. D.- miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Odgers Jas. miner Savage Mining Co 
Odgers John, miner Potosi Mining Co 
O'Donald C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Donnel H. waiter International Hotel 
O'Donnell Francis laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
O'Dounell James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Donohue M. boot and shoe store, Main 
O'Flyny C. C. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Ogden G. W. of Moore & Ogden, 48 north C 
Ogders John, miner 

Ogdon Jno. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Grady Mrs. dress maker, 117 south C 
O'Grady Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Haar Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

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O'Halofan Mike miner Gould & Curry Mine 

O'Hare Terrence miner Gould & Curry Mine 

O'Hare, miner Sides Mining Co 

O'Hare Pat. roaster Central Mill 

O'Herran James, laborer Potosi Mining Co 

O'Hey Mrs. Cedar Hill House, north C 

O'Keefe Mrs. Mary, Boarding House, south P 

O'Keefe M. miner Ophir Mine 

O'Keeffe Dan. miner California Mine 

OLD PIUTE, (newspaper) Daily and Weekly, Lovejoy & Co.,- 

proprietors 
Olevare P. saloon, 48 north C 
Oldfield P. H. res north A 
Olin A. S. Olin Stables, 44, 46 and 48 south B 
Olsen K. miner B. Moscow Mine 
Olway Thos, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Olympic Hall, by Warnock Davis, 14 C 
O'Neil Michael, miner Best & B. Mining Co 
O'Neil Hugh, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
O'Neil Sam. miner Utah Mining Co 
O'Niel C. oiler Gould & Curry Mill 
O'Niel T. 0. laborer Gould & Cm-ry Mill 
O'Niel A. carman Ophir Mine 
O'Neill Denis, barber Metropolitan Baths 
O'Neill Francis, Eureka House, junction C and B 
O'Neill Henry, Lovejoy Hotel, 49 south D 
Ouslak Jno. miner Sides Mining Co 
Onslott J. miner Sides Mining Co 
Opie D. miner Ophir Mine 
Opie James, miner Milton Mining Co 
Ordway A. 0. grocer, 184 south C 
Oredenick J. miner Ophir Mine 
O'Reilly H. J. foreman Ophir Mine 
O'Reilly J. miner Ophir Mine 
O'Reilly Miss B. at U. S. Hotel 
O'Reilley Pat, laborer Centreville Mill 
Oriental Saloon, Richardson & Co. 34 north C 
ORLEANS RESTAURANT, Welch & Preston, prop'ra, 104 s C 
Orndorfi" D. L. at Sawyer's Club Room 
Orndorfle J. W. Ashland House, 348 Divide 
Orr Martin, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
ORRICK W. G. broker, 5 Myers & Daggett's Building 
Osborne W. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Osborn T. W. teamster, res H 
OSBORNE D. W. Eagle Brewery, south B 
OSBORNE & SANDER, Eagle Brewery, 25 south B 
Osbourne Sam'l, Deputy City Clerk, office 1 Roe's Building, s B- 
Oska M. miner Sides Mining Co 

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O'Sullivan Jno. miner Gould & Cnrry Mine 

Ott, , amalgamator Central Mill 

Ott Wm. miner, 20 north P 
Ottenlieimer J. clerk F. Walter & Go's 
Otto H. laborer Opliir Mine 

Ottord, , miner Sides Mining Co 

O'Toole James, miner, res 138 north D 
O'Toole James, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Otturd, , miner Sides Mining Co 

Otway Thos. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
OVERLAND STAGE CO. office Wells, Fargo & Go's, 67 s 
Ovitt A. W. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Owens Ed. D. miner, cor F and Washington 
.Owens B. carpenter, res Gorin Jlouse 
Owen Dr. J. R. N. 16 north B 



No. 26 South Street, 

(Opposite Territorial Enterprise Office,) VIRGINIA. 

^WNl. McCOY, - - - Proprietor. 



ALWAYS ON HAND, 



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No. 104 South C Street. 



John Welch & R. S. Preston, Proprietors. 



.A-G-ISTE-VT" Sz IDEFFEBA.CI3:, 

BOOK AND JOB PEINTERS, 

511 Sa-nsoiue Street, San Francisco. 

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PACIFIC STAGE & EXPRESS CO. office Enterprise Build- 

ing', south C 
Parks G. carpenter at Pianino; Mill, 34 south D 
Packsha Simon, cio-ar stand, Occidental Saloon 
Paddock Richard,lDENTICAL, 56 south C 
Page Lewis, miner Baj. and G. E. Mine 
Page Fred. C. barkeeper International 
Pagnon J, B. sup't of Sapphire Mill, Virginia 
Paine Peter, barber, cor C and Union 
Palmer Chas. auctioneer, south C 
PALMER REV. D. H. Pastor First PreslDyieriau Church, res 

at Chapin House 
Pane Frank, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 
Parent T. laborer Sapphire Mill, Virginia 
Parke I. F. milk-ranch, Gould & Curry Canon, Flowery 
Parker S. E. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Parker J. S. driver Savage Mining Co 
PARKER CHAS. of C. A. Parker & Co 
PARKER T. Lone Star stable and wagon yard on Divide bet 

Gold Hill and Virginia 
Parker F. A. clerk Gould & Curry Mill 
Parker Wm. miner Utah Mining Co 
Parker Milan, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Parker S. D. engineer Cedar Hill Mill 
Parker E. J. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 
PARKINSON R. prop'r Bull's Head Market, 188 south C 
Parponton Peter, blacksmith 354 Divide 
Parks Ed. of Parks & Lukin, (boarding) 
Pascoe James, foreman Best and B. Mining Co 
Pascoe E. miner Savage Mining Co 
Pasco ve James, miner Sides Mining Co 
Pastor S. F. saloon prop'r, res 161 north B 
Pate John R. at Washington Baths 
Patten G. foreman Croesus Mining Co 
Patrick Thos. F. miner boards with F. Murphy 
Patrick Mrs. S. A. boarding 81 north B 
Paul Father, Immaculate Conception Church- 
Paul James, miner Potosi Mining Co 
PauU Jno. miner Ophir Mine 

PAXTON & THORNBURGH, bankers 39 south C 
PAXTON JOHN A. of Paxton & Thornburgh, res south Howaird 
Peabody W, F. physician, office 60 south C 
Peake Dr. H. 20 south B 
Pearcc Wm. miner, res H 
Pearson Ed. engineer Savage Mining Ca 
Pearson Jno. foreman White & Murphy Claim 

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D. W. PERLEY. C. E. DeLONG. 

PERLEY & DeLONG-, 



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Office, No. 45 South Street, 

VIUfilHIA CHTl, STOISI Cf BMTl, H. T. 




Mrs. R. Morris, Proprietress, 

isTo. 89 south: o street, 

^^^ The Rooms are clean, well furnished, and ventilated throughout. 



C. P. PRBSCOTT. J. EARL. 

PEESCOTT & EARL, 

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A large assortment of Planed, Tongued and Grooved, and 
Rougli Lumber, Doors, Windows, Sash and Blinds. 

Yard, Corner D and Hickey Streets, 



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Peasley Thomas Sazerac Saloon 10 south C 
Peasley Andrew, brass-finisher Sazerac Saloon 
Peck John S. carriage-maker, 24 south D 
Peck C. L. sup't Hall & Norcross Mine 
Peck James, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Peck 0. A. boarding-house, Gould & Curry Mill 
Pedler Sam. night-watch, Milton Mining Co 
Pedvin John, Barnum Restaurant, Main 
Pefley S. H. miner Gould & Curry, res west Summit 
Peiser Sam'l, tobacco and cigars, Union bet B and C 
Pellas J. miner Savage Mining Co 
Pelleren D. 69 north B 

Pendega&t W. W. firm of Hill & Pendegast, res junction of B & 
Pendergast Thomas, miner California Mine 
Pennaluna Richard, miner Central Mine 
Penney William, amalgamator Wiufield Mill, Virginia 
Peoples Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
PEPPER ED. E. editor and correspondent, Collins' House 
Pepper S. P. carpenter, res Summit 
PERLEY & DeLONG, att'ys at law, 45 south C 
Perly D. W. att'y of Perley & DeLong, office 45 south 
Perkins R. B. carpenter, res corL and K 
Perkins Geo. E. carpenter for U. M. Reese 
Perkins Joseph, miner Potosi Mining Co 
Perkins J. P. operator Telegraph Co Taylor's Building 
Perrin J. 34 south C 

Pery J. V. B. constable and ex Marshal & Atwill's ofi&ce 
Perry H. lawyer res at Mrs. Keith north C 
Persing E. M. clerk at International Hotel 
Persons Isaac, miner south G 
Peters James R. clerk, res on south L 
Peterson P. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 
Peterson P. C. groceries cor Sutton Av. and C 
Peterson L. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 
Pettibone R. teamster for Story & Farill 
Pttyzrove E. B. printer " Union ofiice " 
Penhall Jno. miner Best and B. Mining Co 
Pforzheimer Isaac of Fulton Market, 4 south B 
PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, 12 south D 
Philebrown T. at Benham & Heat 
Philip Father John, Immaculate Conception Church 
Phillips Jas. miner Ophir Mine 
Phillips J. H. foreman Chollar Mining Co 
Phillips G. H. workmen Gould & Currry Mill 
Phillips Jno. miner Ophir Mine 
Phillips A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Phillips Miss H. R., Second Intermediate Dept. Virginia Public 
Schools 

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A. PHILIPPSON. 



J. S. MANSFELD. 



PHILIPPSON & MANSFELD, 



Wholesale and Retail 



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SOUTH C STREET, COR. UNION. 



BRANCH STORE, 



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International Building. 



CIGARS, TOBACCO, 

PIPES, STATIONERY, ETC., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



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. We are constantly receiving the CHOICEST BPvANDS of 

HAVANA CIGARS, 

And also keep constantly on hand a large assortment of the best 
Which we will sell at very LOW PRICES. 



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before purchasing elsewhere. 

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Philips A. M. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

PHILIPPSON & MANSFELD, dealers in cigars and tobacco 

etc., cor C Union (see adv) 
Philippson A. of Philippson & Mansfeld, cor C and Union 
Philippson Isaac, clerk at Philippson & Mansfeld 
Piber Jno. prop'r of saloon, res A 
Picoli "VYm. miner, res north E 
Picle Angell, miner, bds 127 north D 
Picolee A. miner Spanish No. 2 
Pierce Mrs. M. A. Canandagua House, north A 
Pierce Phillip, miner, bds Canandagua House 
Pierce Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Pierson E. S. clerk at E. Hoff & Co 
Pinch J. I. printer "Union Office 
Pinch John, tinman at H. S. Beck & Co 
Pinchard G. B. wholesale and retail liquor, 74 south C ■ 
Pingree I. 0. miner Mammoth and Warsaw Mine 
Pini Mrs. Maria, residence, north F. 
PINKERTON & TUCKER, physicians, 80 south C 
Pinkerton Th.H. county physician and examing surgeon U. S. A. 

office 80 south C 
Pinschiner Jacob, clothing, res 45 north B 
Pinschawer J. clothing store, 41 north B 
PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY, White & Hobart, office 60 

south C 
Pioneer Stables by Capt. F. C. Smith, 22 south B 
PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY, Sutton Av. bet A and B 
PIONEER CIDER FACTORY, J. H. Morton, 196 south B 
Piper John, Piper Saloon, cor B and Union 
Piser J. barber 6 north C 

Pitzer & Berry, att'ys at law, 2 Myers & Daggett's Building 
Pitzer J. S. of Pitzer & Berry, res 19 north B 
Pixley W. B. Druggist and apothecary, res 29^ south B 
PL LISTED GEORGE, millwright, contractor and builder, cor 

High and Marston 
Planto P. amalgamator Sapphire Mill, Virginia 
Plitt D. Virginia Restaurant 
Plumb Geo. painter Gould & Curry Mill 
Plummer J. W. sup't Independent American Mine 
Plumer E. C. book-keeper, res 168 north B 
Pohley Jacob, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Polglass J. miner Ophir Mine 

Police Court, Maguire's Opera House building, north D 
Polkenhorn Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Polkinghorn Wm. miner, res Divide 
Pomraier L. cook Progress Restaurant 
Ponce de Leon, T. D. Warwick, sup't 
Pooley Jno. miner Best & B. Mining Co 

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Pope Sara'l, printer "Union " office 

Porter G. S. painter, res Ashland House 

Porter Thomas, miner Beach & Paxtou 

Porter J. S. physician, 9i north B 

Porter C. smelter Gould & Curry Mill 

Porter N. M. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Post Francis, broker, 28 north F 

Pottle E. E. speculator, res Howard 

Potosi W. miner, 149 north B 

Powell S. W. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Powers Elias, bricklayer, north I 

Powers H. feeder Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

Power M. J. broker 

Powers P. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Powers Elias, bricklayer, res north J 

Powers P. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Powers M. S. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Powers Jas. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Prentice W. D. miner W. & M. Claim 

PRESCOTT & EARL, lumber dealers, corner of D and Hickey, 

(see adv't) 
PRESCOTT C. J. of Prescott & Earl 
Prescott G. A. engineer Lady Bryan, Flowery District 
Prescott G. W. Jr. mining sec'y, JPost Office Building 
Preston J. H. baker, north Howard 
Preston R. liquors, 164 south C 
Preston R. T. Orleans Restaurant, 104 south C 
Preuss Francis, cutter at Mayers' tailor shop 
PREVOST A. W. carrier "American Flag," res south E 
Price Joseph, (colored,) barber, res 16 north F 
Prince L. M. carpenter, res south F 
Prince N. carpenter Potosi Minino- Co 
Prince G. M. carpenter Potosi Mining Co 
Prior Richard, miner Mexican Co. res above Stewart 
Prisk Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Proctor J. carpenter DeLand's Mill, Flowery 
Progress Restaurant, 33 north C 
Proup Jas. pitman Ophir Mine 
Prout Thos. miner Ophir Mine 
Pryon Sam. miner Sides Mining Co 
Pryde R. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 
Purcell Mike, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Purcell M. J. City Jailor, res south F 
Purcell M. miner, res south F 
Pnrdin C. W. tinsmith McLauo-hlin & Root 
PUTNAM C. A. V. Associate" Editor " Enterprise" 
Putman C. C. miner DeLand's Mill, Flowery 
Pyne Ed. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

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Quandh Jno. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Quick Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

QUIGLEY PATK, Delmonico Hotel, 31 south C 

Quill Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Quill Jolm, laborer, res south E. 

Quill Jno. timberman Opliir Mine 

Quimbie, J. M. clerk Post Office, res north Stewart 

Quinlan J. boarding house, 129 north B 

Quinlan Jno. miner Ophir Mine 

Quinlan Pat. laborer, res north G 

Quinn Patrick, miner, res G 

Quinn & Martin, Great Republic Saloon, Taylor 

Quinn James, laborer Gould & Curry Mine 

Quinn Pat, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Quinn Timothy, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Quinn J. Ironworker Gould & Curry Mill 

Quinn Jas. Hostler Gould & Curry 

Quint & Hardy, counsellors, 7 Post Office Block 

Quint Leander, firm of Quint & Hardy, res near Episcopal 

Church 
Quirk T. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Quison Ed. engmeer Gould & Curry Mill 

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A CHOICE LOT of SADDLE & BUGGY HOESES. 

,^©* Buggies, Carriages and other conveyances turned out in good shape on 
short notice. Horses kept by the day, vv-eek or month. 

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Raber John, foreman Star Stables, Divide bet. Gold Hill and 

Viro;iuia 
Rablin Richard, miner Potosi Mining Co 
Radlich S. with J. Barnert & Co 
Radmoud Charles, miner, res south G 
Raffette Louis, First Ward House, 126 north C 
Railly M. press-room "Union" office 
Rainey James JB. at H. S. Beck & Co's 
Rais Dotores, res 87 north A 
Ramdohr John, sup't Central Mill 
Ramilla A. laborer Ophir Mine 
Ramirez Jos6, gTOcer, 113 north B 
Randohr Jno., Supt. Central Mill 
Ranken F. miner North Potosi Mining Co 
Rapp Wm. Philadelphia Brewery, 12 south D 
Raphael Morris, of Harris & Raphael, 11 north D 
Rapsom M. miner 

Ravins Wm. ass't sup't Empire Mill, Virginia 
Rawley, miner Sides Mining Co 
Ray L. J. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 
Ray Jno. P„ miner, res north Stewart 
Reaper A. feeder DeLand's Mill 

Reardan & Hereford, attorneys at law, Taylor's Building 
Reardan T. B. of Reardan & Hereford, Taylor's Building 
Reardan Judge, res Stewart 
Reardon Tim. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 
Reardon Tim. boarding house, south D 
Reardon Denis, boot-maker O'Connell & Gill 
Reaves G. carpenter Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Record , miner, res Divide 

Redmond J. laborer Ophir Mine 

Reed & Matthews, carpenters, 45 south D 

Reed 0. D. butcher and provision dealer, 27 A 

Reed John, Vance's Daguerrean Room 

Reed J. W. carpenter Virginia Planing Mill 

REESE U. M. carpenter, 5 E north of Union, res north F' 

REESE P. blacksmith, 154 and 156 south 

Refoflb Charles, miner, res north E 

Regan T. watchman N. Potosi Mining Co 

Regiton D. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

Reheiser Henry, miner, north G 

Rcichert Chris. Virginia Bakery 

Reicliel W. of J. G. Frisch & Co 

Reigcr H. with Jacob Hoffman's bakery, 13 south C 

Remllin F. Garibaldi Saloon, 42 north B 

Rennev R. miner Potosi Minino- Co 



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Respean C. miner Opliir Mine 

RESSAYRE VICTOR, Notary Public, office 115 north B 

Reticker Saloon, by Jno. A. Rcticker, 33 north B, res 154 n G 

Retzel F. miner Utah Mining Co 

Revis L. carman Savage Mining Co 

Reynolds H. H. carpenter, G 

REYNOLDS L. with Gillig, Mott & Co., res south C 

Reynolds 0. B. salesman S. Haas & Co 

Reynolds Geo. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

RHODES TRAVIS, foreman "Old Piute" office 

Rico Nicholas, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Rice & Livermore, druggists, cor C and Taylor 

Rice C. H. butcher, 136 south C 

Rice Emmett E. of Rice & Livermore 

Rice Eli, milk ranch, res north L 

Rice Jacob, sup't mining co's, office south B 

Rich Henry, of Davis & Rich 

Rich 0. H. merchant tailor, north B 

Rich Arthur, miner Milton Mining Co 

Rich D. W. Club Room, 21 north C 

Richards W. miner Ophir Mine 

Richards R. miner Ophir Mine 




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S. ROSENER & CO.'S 

70 South O Street, 

Opposite Wells. Fargo & Co.'s Express, VIRGINIA, N. T. 



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STOCK BROKER & REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

COMPANIES INCORPORATED & TITLES SEARCHED. 

Office 115 North Street, Virginia. 



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Richards W. H. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Rice Abraham, shoemaker, 24 north B 

Richards J. miner Ophir Mine 

Richards Jos. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Richardson Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

RiclVardson J. L. miner Savage Mining Co 

Richardson Stephen, saloon, 34 north G 

Richardson Wm. miner, res near Mill 

Richardson M. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Rickelton J. sup't Dick Sides, 161 north C 

Riddles R. A. carpenter, res H 

Rider B. A. foreman Monmouth & Warsaw Mining Co. res 7 s 

Howard 
Rider E. H sup't Monmouth & Warsaw Mining Co. n Howard 
Rigelon D. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Riley Wm. at McFarland's lumber yard, Gold Hill and Virginia 

Divide 
Riley John, laborer, south F 
Riley Geo. Summit Saloon, 368 Divide 
Riley J. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Riley Mrs. lodging house, north A 
Riley Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Riley Phillip, miner, G 
Riley Wm. miner York Claim 
Riley Phil, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Rinaldo D. painter, 84 south C 
Rine Dan. miner Spanish No. 2 
Riordin J, F, iron- worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Risard J. miner Chollar Mining Co 
RISING F. S. Rector Protestant Episcopal Church, res basement 

of church 
Roach Nicholas, miner Potosi Mining Co. res south H 
Roach J. miner W. & M. Claim 
Roach Garrett, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Roads M. V. speculator, res south F 
Roarke Charley, miner, bds Cedar Hill House, north C 
Roark Jno. miner, res nr Summit 
Roberts E. miner Ophir Mine 
Roberti W. miner Ophir Mine 
Roberts J. C. tinner, res 18 north D 

Roberts , miner Ophir Mine 

Roberts H. carman Chollar Mining Co ' 

Roberts J. carpenter Chollar Mining Co 

Roberts E. blacksmith Potosi Mining Co 

Roberts Sam'l, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Roberts Mat. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Roberts Thos. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Roberts J. C. of Roberts & Brady (metalic roofers) 

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Robins Chas B. miner Gould & Curry 

Robinson Geo. sup't Croesus Mining Co 

Robinson G. raining engineer, office 2 Jones' Building, south C 

Robinson E. carpenter, south A 

Robinson C. P. att'y at law, office 1 C 

Robson P. res 61 south B 

ROBSON PUTNAM, Robson's Club Room 68 south C (up stairs) 

Rock James, teamster, res H nr Taylor 

Rock G. laundry, Howard 

Rock John, teamster, res 51 north P 

Rocke B. blacksmith, Gould & Curry Mill 

Rocks Jno. miner Ophir Mine 

Rodgers Richard, carpenter California Mine, res west of Summit 

Rodgers W. P. res 33 south C 

Rodgen D. miner Ophir Mine 

Rodham Wm. 1st engineer Potosi Mine, res 264 south B 

Rodney Wm. engineer Potosi Mining Co 

Roe L. B. real estate owners, office 5 Roe's Building, south B 

Rogers David, miner Ophir Mine, res north A 

Rohes Jesus, Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Rohr Henrich, res 108 north D 

Rohrs C. H. miner, res Mill 

Roles A. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Roman S. at S. B. Detray & Mayer, 23 south C 

Ronen James, miner, res 127 G 

Ronike Chas. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 



Manufacturer and Pitter of all kinds of Iron Shutters. 

Horse Shoeing, Repairing and Blacksmithing generally, 
done in a workmanlike manner. 

Shop 154 and 156 South C Street, iu same shop with M. Burke. 

CARRIAGE ^ WACON MAKER, 

Constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment of 

Carriage and Wagon Material, Spokes, Hubs and Felloes, 
• Hickory and Oak Plank. 

154 & 156 South C Street, in same shop with P. Reese. 
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Rovin Richard, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Rooney S. B. Broker, res J 

ROOT JAMEJ^.of McLaughlin & Root, res cor Washington and I 

Root A, J. carpenter, res north A 

Roper H. I. miner, res cor I and Sutton Av. 

Rose C. H. miner, res Mill 

Rose Picot, Boulder Resturant, 65 north A 

Rosckemp A. timberman Ophir Mine 

Rosenbaum G. butcher, res 55 south D 

Rosenberg; Phil, printer "Union Office" 

Rosener S. of Rosener & Co 

ROSENER S. & CO, dry goods 70 south C 

Rosener H. of Rosener & Co 

Roskill F. of A. S. Tobias & Co 

Roskelly R, miner Ophir Mine 

Ross C. L. broker B3 south C 

Ross K. B. stock broker, bds Sutton Av. 

Ross D. M. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 

Ross D. C. carpenter Potosi Mining Co 

Ross Robt. B. miner Croesus Mining Co. res Divide 

Ross L. amalgamator Ogden Mill 

Ross C. L. broker, office 33 south B 

Ross & McCarty, grocers and provision south C 

Ross M. M. G. miner, res 139 north C 

Ross Richard, club Rooms 9 north C 

Ross Robert, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Rossi C. & Co. Grocers 29 north C 

Rossi G. B. of C. Rossi & Co 

Roth G. G. at Moore & Ogden. 48 north C 

Rotlienbucher J. jeweler Eaves & Nye 

Rothschild Samuel, broker, res 39 north A 

Rouire L. waiter 20 north C 

Rourke M. printer " Enterprise Office 

Rouse W. H. Grocery, res 29 north B 

Row Wm. engineer Sierra Nevada Mill 

Rowden B. laborer Ophir Mine 

Rowe E. A. miner, 33 south C, res International Hotel 

Rowe A miner Ophir Mine 

Rowe A. miner Best and B. Mining Co 

Row John miner Potosi Mining Co 

Rowe , miner Central Mine 

Rowe John, miner S Potosi Mine 
Rowen Jas. miner Gould & Cui'ry Mine 

Rower , weigher Centreville Mill 

Roy Peter, miner Savage Mining Co 

Ruestlev Jno. carpenter Ogden Mill 

RUHLING E. & CO. bankers and assayists 42 south B 

RUHLING E. of E. Ruhlina- & Co. res north A 



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RUHLING JOHN C. cashier E. Ruhling & Co 

Ruillan Ed. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Ruinn Richard, ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Rumfrey Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Russell & Co, Gold Hill, Silver, Dayton & Como stages, office 

Merchants' Exchange, 10 south C 
Russell S. A. sup't Gold Hill, Silver, Dayton and Como stages, 

res 130 north D 
Russell E- blacksmith DeLands' Mill, Flowery 
Russell Wm. H. clerk Gould & Curry Mill 
Russell Jas, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Russell Chs. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 
RUSSELL CHAS. J. of Humphrey & Co's. milk ranch 
RUSSELL D. H. prop'r Washoe Exchange and Billiard Rooms, 

24 south C 
Rutter Fred, miner, on L north of Union 



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B Street, corner of Taylor, 



N. B.— Pictures taken in all styles and sizes, either from life 
or copied from old pictures. 

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Sabine C. machinist, bds Mrs. Sweets 

Sacramento Restaurant by John Hopp, 26 south B 

Sacramento Saloon, Union bet C and D 

SACRAMENTO BAKERY & RESTAURANT, 321 south C 

Safford C. B. Virginia Hotel 

Samott Isaac, miner Sides Mining Co 

Samp Deeble miner Ophir Mine 

Samson Wm. conveyancer, 2 Myers & Daggett's Building 

Sampson J. miner Ophir Mine 

Sander Andrew, butcher at Central Market 

Sander Fred. Eagle Brewery, south B 

Sanders S. clerk at B. Gad & Co 

Sanders A. boots and shoes 25 north C 

Sanderson W. F. miner res south F 

Sandidge D. M. printer " Enterprise Office" 

Sands Miss Sarah, res Taylor 

Sands David, cook, res Taylor 

Sands Nick, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Sanford B. C. miner Savage Mining Co 

Sanford W. D. miner Savage Mining (Jo 

Santereta Claim, Ophir Hill, located 1862 

Santhwell Wm. at Gillig, Mott & Co 

Sapis A. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

SARGENT & FOGLER, paints, oils, glass and crockery, 54 

south C, (see adv) 
Sargent H. S. of Sargent & Fogler, 54 south C,res Stockton Cal 
Sarnott I. miner Sides Mining Co 
Sarsfield C. res E near Smith 
Sarsfield & Daly, dealers in real estate, 59 south 
Satchell Chs. barber 301 south C 
SauleE. A. laborer ChoUar Mining Co 
Savage Mining Company, south B 
Savage B. blacksmith with Wabjon 
Savery W. W. rooms on Taylor bet B and C 
Sawyer G. club rooms 29 north C 
Sawyer Geo. operator Telegraph Co 

Sawyer F. A. attornev at law, office over Barnura Hotel, 34 n C 
SAZERAC SALOON, Peasley & Wardle, 10 s 
Schaefer John, carpenter, 13 south E 
Schoefield John, carpenter, res south D 
Scheel H. J. T. miner, res 149 south D 
Schiller Chas. first engineer B. Moscow 
Schlocht A. Union Bakery, north D 
Schoeneman & Nelle, cutlers, 20 north B 
Schneider J. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Schloss F. & Co. liquors, 18 north C 

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VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 19d 

Schloss F. of F. Schloss & Co. 18 north C 

Schmidt Henry, of Deininger & Schmidt 

Schmidt Jacob, cook Bayreuther Bros 

Schneider Jacob, of Cohn &, Schneider, 115 south C 

Schoenfeld Louis, at Bayreuthers, 

Schoiield J. engineer DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Scholler Chas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Schowalter Juo. barber, 17 south B 

Schilley Chas. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Schminer G. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Schreen Chas. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 

Schuck Henry, barber, cor C and Union 

Schuck Henry, marble yard, 31 north F 

Schuirer G. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Sculley Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Schultze F. W. engraver, cor Taylor and B 

Schultz S. miner Sides Mining Co. res Summit 

Schultz 0. confectioner, 6 south C 

Schultze Wm. waiter at Bayreuther Bros 

SCHUSTER'S BREWERY, F. W. Schuster, prop'r, 323 s C 

Schwartz Philip, dry goods, 84 south C 

Schwamb C. W. cabinet maker, cor D and Union 

Scott & Comstock, Robinson's Stand, B 

Scott Peter, carpenter Ophir Mine 

Scott Jno. R. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Scott A. miner, res Divide 

Scott R: H. (colored), laborer, res H nr Taylor 

Scott P. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Scribner W. R. res north F 

Seaman Mrs. S. A. Chrystal Peak House, 113 south C 

Seaward T. Seaward's Saloon, 97 south C 

Seer Oliver, oysterman, 11 south C 

Seevers Carl, printer "Old Piute" office 

Sellers Robt. carpenter Best & B Mining Co 

Seynor J. milk ranch^ Flowery 

Sewman A. night foreman Savage Mining Co 

Shafer M. stock dealer 

Shafer Miss Julia, res Howard 

Shakespeare B. F. bricklayer, res 44 north F 

Shakespeare David, carpenter, res 44 north F 

Shand Wm. at Flora Temple Stable 

Shaney C. A. tailor and sec'y mining co's, south C 

Shany Nicholas, miner Gould & Cuiry Mine 

Shar J. D. carpenter Potosi Mining Co 

Sharp Thos. miner, bds F. Murphy 

Shaw John B. time-keeper California Mine, res Howard 

Shaw J. S. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Shawnaham J. J. painter Gould & Curry Mill 

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WM. SHEPARD & SONS, 

PIiUMBS:RS, 

GAS AND STEAH FITTESS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

WATER AND GAS PIPES, 

Brackets, Bronzes, Lamp Goods, etc. 

iiLE f iil9»iTiiiS 

OE ALL KINDS, 

WITH SILVER PLATED FAUCETS, 

IN LARGE VARIETY. 

MADE AND PUT UP TO ORDER. 



OIL CHANDELIERS 

ALTERED TO BURN GAS, and RE-GILT or BRONZED. 

MILL WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Shop under Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express Office, 

67 South a Street, 



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Phaw N. amalframator Gould & Curry Mill 

Shaw Wm. bootmaker U. M. Black 

Shaw Louis, miner, south F 

Shea J. horse-shoer, 156 south d 

Shea T. clerk J. T. AtwiU 

Slielden Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Slieale S. driver Sava2:e Mining Co 

Sheehan Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Shceham L. lab 'rer Ofjhir Mine 

Slieek Wm. miner Ba]. & G. E. Mining Co 

SHEHAN ct STAHL, Union Employment Office, cor B and 
Taylor 

Shehan Jno. of Shehan & Stahl 

Shell M. tailor, 1 Myers' Building 

Shelton H. A. speculator, lOii south D 

Shepard W. F. Deputy Marshal, office south B 

SHEPARD WM. & SONS, plumbers, gas and steam fitters, un- 
der Wells, Fai'go (t Go's, >outh C 

SHEPARD J. of Wm". Shepard & Sons, gas fitters 

SHEPARD WM. Senr. of Shepard & Sons 

SHEPARD WM. Junr. of Shepard & Sons 

Sheppard J. P. engineer, res G 

Shepp Miss Lizzie, res 94 south D 

Sheppard Jame<, 184 south C 

Shephard M. P. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Sheriff A. R. wagon-maker, res south F 

Sheroni S. cook Progress Restaurant 

Sherman W. R. printer "Old Piute" Office 

Sherman G. R. with C. C. Harvey, 82 south C 

Shiels M. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Shields J, W. cigar. stand at Spaldings 

Shine John, miner Spanish No. 2 

Shiriff A. R. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Shirley J. G. boot-maker at S. Davis & Co 

Showers James, smelter Gould & Curry Mill 

Shrader Stephen R. amalgamater HoosieT State Mill 

Shuch I. carpenter, res north I 

Shuck 0. T. att'y at law south B 

Shultz , miner Sides Mining Co 

Shultz J, W. carpenter, res south F 

SIERRA MARKET, Masel Kron & Co. 127' north B 

Silick Thos. carman Chollar Mining Co 

Silver J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Silverstin H. tailor south B 

Silvester Jno. miner Burning Moscow 

Simes L. B. miner north Carson 

Simon I. at S. Simon's 

Simon S. stock-broker and mo'ney lender, 12 south C 

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196 YIKGINIA DIRECTORY. 

Simmons Jo?epli, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Siraonds G. C. brakesman Chollar Mining Co 

Simonean T. 47 north C 

Simons E. clerk at E. A. Fargo & Co's 

Simson J. builder, res 166 north B 

Sinclair P. printer 

Sincock Artliur, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Sinclair S. F. grocery 139 north C 

Single Jas. miner Allen Mining Co 

Sinit Mat. carpenter, res Howard 

Sippett Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Sipples John, miner California Mine 

Sippet S. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Skjrme W. stock-broker, bds Sutton Av 

Slanwood A. K. P. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Slater Wm. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Slaughter Jno L. saddle and harness manufactory 53 soutli C 

Slee Wm. blacksmith 156 south C 

SI oat C. 0. of Sloat & Finny, res south G 

Sloat E. D. Painter with H. W. Heath 

Sloat C. E. provision merchant 43 north C 

Slocum H. G. club room 21 north C 

Stokes Ales, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Slop Lewis, trustee 

Sleinbach E. Globe Hotel 211 south C 

Slvk Van J. C. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Slyk Van F. H. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Slyke Van A. P. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Smart Sam. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Smart S. H. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mill 

Smart W. R. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Smiley , miner Sides Mining Co 

Smith E. C. carpenter N. Potosi Mining Co 

Smith J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Smith Frank, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Smith Thos. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Smith J. P. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Smith Ed. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Smith C. M. teamster for Storey & Faull 

Smith F. B. ass't assessor Internal Revenue, res 15 Stewart near 

Howard 
Smith H. Martin, speculator, Roe's Building room 10 
Smith W. X. upholsterer at M. Goldman & Co 
SMITH T. J. grocery and vegetables, City Market, cor of B and 

Sutton Av 
Smith Mrs. N. res 43 soutli F 
Smitli W. K. at Gillig, Mott & Co 
Smith Thomas, miner, res south F 

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VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 197 

Smith W. 0. broker, office Union Block 

Smith H. R. miner, res B 

Smith Thos. res north E 

Smith L. H. P. lumber, 356 Divide 

Smith J. B. carpenter, res })et A and B 

Smith J. H. amali^amator DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Smith Michael, amalg-amator Empire Mill, Virginia 

SMITH H. D. ag't Fast Freight and Express Co. office Taylor 

bet B and C 
Smith Capt. F. C. Pioneer Stables, 22 south B 
Smith J. C. teamster, 33 north E 
Smith Jno. A. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Smith Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Smith Wm. F. lumber surveyor at D. E. Hoff & Co 
Smith F. printer "Old Piute" office 
Smith Jacob, broker, Chapin House 
Smith Isaac, tobacco, cigars, fruit, etc., 3 south C 
Smith S. book-keeper J. A. Wright 
Smith Jno. B. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Smith Geo. W. blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 
Smith R. T. of Smith & Davies 
Smith W. H. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Smith & Davies, brokers, 8 south (J 
Smith Richard, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Smithers , miner Sides Mining Co 

Smolen James, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Snead W. G. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Snell A. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Snider John, butcher Central Market 

Snow James, miner Baj. & G. B. Mining Co 

Snow J. bds 210 soutli G 

SNOW S. A. house, sign and ornamental painter and upholsterer, 

19 south B 
Snug Saloon, by Jos. M. Donlan, 9 south C 
Snyder John, laborer Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder N. K. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder A. P. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder J. W. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder Nicholas, laborer Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder Allen, laborer, I 
Snyder H. S. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Snyder D. B. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
SODA WATER FACTORY, W. S. Wright, prop'r, 124 n B 
Solano Jos. laborer Centreville Mill 
Sommers H. miner B. Moscow 
Soloman 0. clerk J. Korn 
Soles J. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Soper Chas. amalgamator Cedar Hill Mill 

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66 South C Street, 

CLOTHING STORE 



A.IST3D THE 





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No. 27 North O Street, Virginia. 



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Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of 

CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHINGr, 



— AND THE- 



MOST FASHIONABLE GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

^ _ ' Also, a large variety of Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, and all kinds of 
Goods suitable for traveling. A full assortment of the latest style Hats always 
on hand. Also Benkert's Boots. 



ST. LOUIS BREWERY, 

132 & 134 South C Street, Virginia. 

ADAM GERHAUSER, - - Proprietor. 

l^g=* Established 1st. May, 1863. -=^5^ 

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VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 199 

Soto Epoto, rock-sorter Chollar Mining Co 

Soule Gr. W. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Soule Frank, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

SOURURY G. J. coflfee manufactory. 80 south D 

Sourthcourt W. miner Ophir Mine 

Sovereitrn Warren, amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

SPALDING V. saloon, 66 south C 

Spaulding U. with Pinschauer, 41 north B 

Spazek Jno. I. miner, 68 B 

Spencer Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Spencer E. laborer Ophir Mine 

Spencer R. miner Ophir Mine 

Spencer H. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Spengler J. stone-mason Gould & Curry Mill 

Sperling A. clothing, 100 south C 

Spittle S. P. butcher, 92 north C 

Sporgo Sam'l, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Sporgo Richard, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Spriak Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Spring Jno. Spring's Hotel, 36 south D 

Sproston Jno. agent Guardian Life Ins., New York, oflBce 58 s C 

Sproston Jno. ass't book-keeper Gould & Curry office 

Stoddan H. caroenter White & Murphy Claim 

STAHL SOLOMOX, intellegince office, res 43 north E 

Slater Geo. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

STATELER & ARRINGTON, bankers, Medan Building n C 

Stateler J. W. of Stateler & Arrington 

Stamm S. K. blacksmith 69 north B 

Stanton J. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co. res G 

Stanley Wm. engineer DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Stanton James, miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 

Stapp B. F. brakesman California Mine, res north S 

Steel 0. C. president Wm. Penn Claim 

Steel C. C. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Steel 0. C. mimer, res 118 south 

Steffon Jacob, St. Louis Market, 117 north C 

Stege Henry Concordia Saloon, 263 south C 

Steiger Carl, cook, res cor L and Mill 

Steigh W. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 

Steinberg A. boarding 211 south south C 

Steinmats Miss M. boarding 178 south C 

Stell J. broker, res 25 A 

Stelling W. J. at Nicholas 23 north C 

Stem S. H. wagon maker with Willard, north B nr Taylor 

Stephens H. miner Potosi Alining Co 

Stevens C. miner 

Stevens Jos. miner Ophir Mine 

Stevens Edwin, miner, res 282 B 

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Stevens H. miner Ophir Mine 

Stevens T. miner Ophir mine 

Stevens R. miner Ophir Mine 

Stevens Wm. Jas. miner, bds north F 

Stevens Wm. miner bds north F 

Sterling- J. Resturant 325 south C 

Sternfels B. H. at Rosener & Co 

Steuart Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

STEUDEMAN & DALE, music store, 72 south C 

Steudeman Theo, of Steudeman & Dale 

STEWART & BALDWIN, aty's at law, Pipers Block cor Union 

and B 
Stewart James, laborer, res L nr Union 
Stewart J. R. speculator, 21 north C 
Stewart Dugal, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Steward W. S. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Stewart George, fruit store '206 south C 
Stewart Francis, att'y at law, office Masonic Hall 
Stewart Ira, at Virginia Planing Mill 
Stewart W. N. att'y at law, res Taylor 
Stewart R. M. G. miner Savage Mining Co 
Stewart Mrs. milliner and dress maker, 94 north C 
Stiel Wm. miner Best, and B. Mining Co 
Stiffan Jacob, St. Louis Market north C 
Stinger A. engineer Gould & Curry Mill 
Stinson Rob. miner Baj. and G. E. Mining Co 
Stiles E. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 
Stitle Geo broker, office Union Block, south B 
Stillman Louis, miner, bds Cedar Hill House north C 
Strauss A. of Strauss Bros 
Strauss M. of Strauss Bros 
Strauss S. N. E. mining sec'y 26 south C 
STRAUSS market'; 17 south C 
Strible H. tin-smith, LcLaughlin & Root 

Strong Chap. L. President " Gould & Curry," res San Francisco 
Strouse Abraham, Central Market,! 7 south C 
Stoddan Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Stoddard Geo. miner Croesus Mining Company, res Divide 
Stolborg G. blacksmith Burning Moscow 
Stone A. carpenter Sierra Nevada Mill 
Stone Phil, miner Savage Mining Co 
Store R. S. carpenter Chollar Mining Co 
Stoops R. builder and contracter, res Howard 
Storey & Faull, teamsters, G, Virginia City 
Storey Wm. B. clerk Potosi Mining Co 
Storey Co. Bible Depository, C. Walker, agent, 6 s B 
Storey John, 148 south D 
Storrs Dr. , m- ney lender, at Mrs. Hawlett's 

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ST. LOUIS BREWERY, A. Gerhauser, prop'r, 134 s C 

Stowe F. A. at Wood & Goe's 

St. Jacques L. amalgamator Sapphire Mill, Virginia 

St. John Mrs. Ellen, washing, south F 

St. Louis Hotel, by H. Frankenthall, 6 north B 

ST. NICHOLAS SALOON, by F. W. Getzler & Co. 23 north C 

St. Charles Bakery, by A. Hanak, north B 

St. Nicholas Hotel, by J. S. Landeker, south B 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, cor F and Taylor 

St. Mary's in the Mountains (Catholic Church), Rev. P. Mano 

gue, pastor, cor F and Washington 
Studson Wm. L. carpenter and cabinet maker, shop s G 
StuU J. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Sturen Wm. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Stull Jas. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Sturm Chas. Enterprise Saloon, Enterprise Building 
Suhel S. shoemaker, 86| south C 
Sullivan Jas. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Sullivan Pat. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Sullivan Thos. miner Potosi Mining Co 
Sullivan C. Grass Valley House, 105 south C 
Sullivan Philip, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Sullivan Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Sullivan Jerry, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Sullivan , miner Sides Mining Co 

Sullivan D. amalgamator Empire Mill, Virginia 

Sullivan L. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Sullivan Wm. laborer Ophir Mine 

Sullivan Jas. Lexington House, G 

Sullivan C. V. blacksmith, 63 north B 

Sullivan C. blacksmith, res 54 north A 

Sullivan Jas. blacksmith with Willard, B nr Taylor 

Sullivan M. miner Baj. & G. E. Mining Co 

Sullivan Dan'I, miner Potosi Mining Co 

Summers H. B. broker, office in Medan Building, 10 n C 

Sumner Colonel, res 4 Howard 

Sunderland Thos. of Crittenden & Sunderland, res cor TayloF" 

and F 
SUTLIFF'S HALL. Henry Sutliff, prop'r, 68 north C 
SUTTER LEY C. of Sutterley Bros photograph rooms, s B 
SUTTERLEY J. K. of Sutterley Bros, photograph rooms,- 

south B 



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SUTTERLEY BROS. Photojrrapli Rooms, south B nr Taylor 

Sutton Jno. miner Utah Minitiu- Co 

Swan J. iron-worker Qouhi & Curry Mill 

Swan W. H. miner, bds Canandaffua llouse 

Swasey S. H. laborer Potosi Minin.i^ Co 

Swearinger VVm. ex-Captain Police 

Sweet Mrs. M. A. boardin.2: house, 20 north D 

Swift Jas. H. night clerk International 

Swinbank T. miner N. Potosi Mine 

^ykes T. D. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Sylvester Jno. butcher, 111 north li 



J. W. STATBLER. 



N. O. ARRINGTON 




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NORTH C STREET, 



Virginia City, N. T. 



Messrs. Donohoe, Ralston & Co., San Francisco ; Messrs. D. 0. Mills & Co., Sacra- 
mento ; M<'ssrs. Rideout & Smith, Mafysville ; Messrs. Kiigcne Kelly &, 
Co., Bankers, New York City, payable in currency or gold coin. 
Purchase and advance on liullion ; Discount Drafts and Notes ; 
Receive Deposits; Loan Money; Make Collections, etc. 



SAMUEL L. SNOW, 

HOUSE, SIG^Tvr, 

A.3srrj 



HOUSE LINING AND PAPERING. 

No. 17 North B Street, 

Next to Collins' House, ^2P'S133aC^a3K2ril^a.s 



mxAoxx ^tttdligcttc^ mA (^tnmxl ^pnq ®fim, 

Corner B and. Taylor Streets, Vli'ginia. 



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a? 

Taafc L, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Tabart Pierre, Howard Street Bakery 

Tackuey Wm. Painter at S. A. Snows 

Tallmadge G. B. sec'y mining go's, 26 south C 

Tanner J. J. miner Savage Mining Co 

Tants B. prop'r Washoe Brewery 

Taylor J, miner Ophir Mine 

Tausig B. tailor 24 north B 

Taylor J. F. blacksmith Chollar Mining Co 

Taylor F. carpenter Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Taylor Wm. miner W. & M. Claim 

Taylor G. A. carpenter DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Taylor W. J. res Mrs. Fountains cor D and Union 

Taylor C. J. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Taylor J. porter Gould & Curry Mill 

Taylor L. W. att y at law, room 33 Jone's Building 

Taylor Jno. A. ass't assessor Internal Revenue 

Taylor Miss Eliza, dress maker 22 A 

Taylor N. B. miner, bds Sutton Avenue 

Taylor R. miner Ophir Mine 

Taylor T. L. bookkeeper McLaughlin & Root 

Taylor Judge 153 north C 

Taylor J. D. miner, 39 north B 

Taylor L. W. sup't Brotherhood Consolidated Mine" 

Taylor C. J. carpenter, res 84 south D 

Taylor Pittuey, printer, res north H 

Taylor M. B. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Taylor Thos. G. sup't Best & B. J-ining Co 

Taylor J. C. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Taylor T. J. Taylor's Building, Taylor bet B and C^ 

Teeny J. miner Ophir Mine 

Telegraph office, Taylor's Building 

Templeton John, ass't engineer Spanish No. 2 

Tenby Edw. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Thayer W. W. clerk at Post office 

Theall H. W. Theal & Co 

THE ALL & CO. assayists, cor of C and Taylor 

Theriot Joseph, butcher, res H and Flowery 

Thiery C has. jeweler, 115 north B 

Thulon Mrs. B. res north B 

Thurston N. S. clerk at S. Haas & Co 

Thompson Wm. miner Milton Mining Co' 

Thomas Jerry P. at Spaldings 

Thomas Geo. M. at Spaldings 

Thompson Z. W. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Thomson T. W. auctioneer 26 south C 

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Tliorson P. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Thomas J. A. printer " Old Piute " office 

Thomas George, miner 31 north P 

Thomas John W. of Thomas & Brown, lodging house, cor B and 

Sutton Av 
Thomas Alex, engineer Sierra NeTada Mill 
Thomson Monroe, broker, office Medan Building 
Thomas Isaac, night foreman Potosi Mine 
Thompson James, stock broker, res south E 

Thompson , night foreman Central Mill 

Thomas Wm. engineer Sierra Nevada Mill 

Thomas Chas. C. sup't N. Potosi and El Dorado Mining Co. res 

Howard 
THOMAS & BROWN, lodging house, cor B & Sutton Av 
Thomas J. miner Ophir Mine 
Thomas Isaac, night watch Potosi Mining Co 
Thomas Dr. J. G. office 4 north D 

Thompson J. driver Savage Mining Co ^ 

Thomas Joseph, miner Savage Mining Co i 

THORNBURGH W. B. of Paxton & Thornburg, res N. W. cor ^ 

Howard and Taylor 
Tidd J. M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill j 

Tiddy F. miner Ophir Mine 1 

Tiedermen W. wagon maker 156 south C 
Tilford Frank, of Tilford & Gordon, city att'y, office Enterprise 

Building 
Timm J. carpenter, res cor of R & Sutton Av 
Timmons John, boot maker for R. M. Bloch 

Timmons L. miner, res north D . 

Tobias & Co. A. S. Liquors and groceries 22 north C 
Tobin Jno. laborer Ophir Mine 
Toka P. miner Winfield Mill, Virginia 
Toland Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Toles L. V. brakesman California Mine, res bet K and I 
Tompkins M. miner ChoUar Mining Co 
Tompkins S. A. foreman for R. M. Black 
Tomy John, res 106 north B 
Tontine Saloon, by Jno. Brown, 3 south C 
Tookey J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 
TORTELL & BUSH, dealer in groceries, poultry, fish and game, 

13.1 south Vj 
Tortell Wm. of Tortell & Bush, 13.| south 

Toomly , miner Sides Mining Co 

Townsend J. W. B. printer ' Union " office 

Townsend B. M. agent McFarland's lumber yard, Gold Hill and 

Virginia Divide 
Tracy Wm. miner Utah Mining Co 
TiaL-y Jno. laborer, H 

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VIEGINIA DIRECTORY. 205 

Tranor F. laborer Opliir Mine 

Trask J. amalgamator Empire Mill, Virginia 

Trayser Henry, printer " Union " office 

Treat J. D. National Market, res south F 

Treat & Straus, National Market, south C 

Treadwell J. M. teamster Storey & Faull 

Tregloan J. miner Ophir Mine 

Trelore Thos. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Trevenan J. miner Best & B. Mining Co 

Trezisi Jas. miner Ophir Mine 

Trieker Jos miner Potosi Mining Co 

Trisch Chas. cabinet maker at M. Goldman & Co's 

Tricot L. laborer Ophir Mine 

Tritle F. A. attorney at law, res 32 A 

Trorry Wm. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

TRUCKEE HAY YARD, by Young & Georges, on Divide bet 

Gold Hill and Virginia 
True J. H. carpenter Potosi Mining Co 

Tucker J. C. City Physician and County Coroner, office 80 s C 
Turner David S. Judge Supreme Court, office s B 
TURNER HENRY H. phonographic reporter "Union" office 
Turner S. B. sec'y mining co's, res International Hotel 
Tuller Capt. miner Wm. Penn Claim 
Tully James, boarding house, 199 north C 
Turkleson Lorenzo, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Twinin Hugh, teamster Gould & Curry Mill 
Tyler David, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Tyler Mrs. J. T. res north G 
Tyrrell Martin, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

WM. TORTELL. H. BUSH, Jr. 

TORTELL & BUSH, 

DEALERS IN 

EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, GAME, 

POULTHY ASTB EHFIT, 



A constant supply of Fresh Vegetables and California Honey. 



Dealers in Blank Sooks, Legal and Commercial Slanks. 



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UNION RERTUR iNT, Denling & Bowen' 42 north C 

UNION MARKET, A. Newman & Co. 32 south C 

Uren Geo. miner Ophir Mine 

U. S. Collector's Desk, Post Office Building 

Utah Mining Company, Comstock Lead 



HAY YAED & STABLE. 

On the Gold Hill and Virginia Divide, 

YOUNG & GEORGES, - - - PROPRIETORS. 

Good Stabling, Wagon and Cattle Corrals. Charges Reasonable. 

TTOTIB ^TATF^ nATFT 

Nos. 31, 33 & 331 South B Street, 



W. A. MORRISON, - - - PROPRIETOR. 



• This Establishment having been enlarged and renovated thronghout, has 
now a larger number of First Class Beds than any other house in the Territory, 
and affords excellent accommodations to travelers. 

«®> HOUSE OIPEIV ^3L.3L. IVIGHT. ■=©» 



FULTON FOUNDRY 






Virginia and Gold Hill Divide. 

.-♦-. 

THOS. JONES, - - PROPRIETOR. 

HODGE & WOOD. Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



YIRGINIA DIEECTORY. 20T 

"V" 

Vac Kiro A. gardener Mill 

Vail John, foreman Fairview Mine, res D 

Valentine John J. cashier Ex. Dep'ts, Wells, Fargo & Co 

Valleton Peter, broker, res south G 

Vance R. H. daguerrean rooms 4 north F 

VAN BOKKELEN JACOB L. Provost Marshal, N. T 

VAN BOKKELEN W. A, M. mining sec'y and notary public, 

office Enterprise Building south C 
Vanduyn W. H. res south F 
Vanoppen H. at S. Bloomfield & Co 
Vanstyke J. C. teamster Gould & Curry Mill 
Van Walbeck Martin, carpenter bds at Barreuthers 
Vaughn P. miner Ophir Mine 
Vaughan A. H. bar-tender at Wood and Wilsons 
Verschogle Chas. at Barnes' Saloon south B 
Vertimer Louis, merchant, res south G 
Vertner J. D. bds at U. S. Hotel 
Vest A. E. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
A^vendt Clara Mrs. res north H 
Viciente M. res 87 A 
Viel Jas. miner Milton Mining Co 
Villeti Adolph, baker Howard Street Bakery 
Vincent Theo. amalgamator Hoosier State Mill 
Vincent Q. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 
Virginia Hotel, by Jno. Werner, north B 
Virginia Saloon, by W. Grossetti, north B 
VIRGINIA PLANING MILL, 45 south D 
VIRGINIA STABLES, by A. Benham & Bro. 29 south C 
Virginia Milk Dairy, by A. Clock, cor K and Taylor 
Virginia Brewery, by G. Florchitz & Co. 7 Mile Canon 
Vichosions F. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 
Vittor Cicere, cook, res cor Union and E 
Vodden Wm. carpenter Ophir Mine 
Vodden R. miner Ophir Mine 
VOIGT Dr. C. B. F. La Charite Hospital, north F 



iILL 



45 South D Street, Virginia. 

MOXLEY, MUGflES & CO., - - PROPRIETORS. 



ALL KINDS OF PLANING, TOHGUE AND GROOVING. 

■Manufacturers of Sash, Blinds, and Sash Doors. Job Sawing and all kinds 
of Mouldings ou hand and for sale. Turning of all descriptions done on the 

lortest notice. 

Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



208 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 



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Wacker C. restaurant, 321 south C 

Wadsworth Mrs. sewing" machines, res Chapin House 

Wagener Sam'l, city bell-ringer, 14 north B 

Wagener Wm. barber Washington Baths, 51 south G 

Wager Jas. teamster Storey & Faull 

Wagner C. carman Opbir Mine 

Wagner Adam, tinner McLaughlin & Root 

Wagor Jas. weigher Potosi Mill 

Waim Thos. miner, res north E 

WAKEMAN 0. P. reporter " Old Piute," res 25 A 

Walard J. B. res cor Carson and J 

Walch D. W. clerk Gould & Curry Mill 

Walker C, watchmaker and jeweler, 6 north B 

Walker R. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Walker J. carpenter Ophir Mine 

Walker C. A. miner, res 169 north C 

Walker John, physician and surgeon, 4 north C 

Wall F. B. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Walch Robt. miner California Mine 

Wall T. P. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Wall Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Wallace B. F. miner, 114 south C 

Wallace Mrs. E. W. boarding house, G 

Wallace Wm. oyster-man, 11 south C 

Wallace W. C. of Botts & Wallace, office Enterprise Building 

Walsh M. miner Sides Mining Co 

Walten W. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Walter F. merchant, res cor H and Taylor 

Walter F. & Co. merchants (groceries) 52 south C 

Walters Jno. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Walton L. miner Savage Mining Co 

Walty Nicholas, Stewart, 36 north E 

Walyon Peter, blacksmith, south C 

Wanwick D. miner Savage Mining Co 

Ward W. T. miner Potosi Mining Co 

A¥ard Valentine, painter Gould & Curry Mill 

Ward Thos. R. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Ward Jas. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Ward & HeflFron, Argentine Saloon, 71 south C 

Ward J. M. auctioneer, 19 north C 

Wardle L. Sazerac Saloon, 10 south C 

Warner C. C. sec'y mining co's, 7 south C 

Warner J, F. barber with L. Bach 

WARNER & MUNCKTON, drug store, 25 north B 

Warner J. of Warner & Munckton, res 25 north B 

Warner L. M. clerk Hatch Bros 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



Virginia directory. 209 

Warnock T. D. foreman Mining Co. north Stewart 

Warwick , sup't Ponce Dc Leon 

Warren Edw. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

WARREN W. T. wagon and carriage making, 71 north B 

Warren A. E. with W. T. Warren, 71 north B 

WARSCHAUER M. harness maker, 74 north C 

Washburne E. wood turner, res 34 south D 

Washburne S. miner. I nr Catholic Church 

Washburn S. miner Chollar Mining Co 

WASHINGTON BATHS, L. Bach, 51 south C 

Washington Chas. miner, bds Canandagua House 

WASHINGTON MARKET, Cramer & Co. 92 north C 

WASHOE BREWERY, Egert & Tants, prop'rs, 304 south C 

Washoe Stables, Orrick Johnson & Co. 109 south 

Washoe Stock and Exchange Board of Brokers, Medan Build'g 

WASHOE EXCHANGE BILLIARD SALOON, D. H. Rus- 
sell, prop'r, 24 south C 

WASSERMAN SAM'L, cigars, tobacco and stationery, corner 
Union and C 

Watchesky Chas. mattres maker at D. Wolf & Co 

Waters Mrs- J. M. dress maker, cor D and Union 

Waters Jas. waiter International Hotel 

Waters T. timberman Ophir Mine 

Waters Jas. miner Savage Mining Co 

Waters Tommy, miner, bds Cedar Hill House 

Watson J. E. teamster, res 33 E 

Watson C. W. hay yard, north E 

Watson Thos. baker International Hotel 

Watson J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

WATTS EDGAR E. secretary mining co's and dealer in mining' 
stocks, office International Building, C 

WATTS ERASMUS, law stationer, etc., 216 south C 

Watts Dr. 45 north B 

Waw Sam, washing and ironing, north D 

WAUGAMAN ASA L. prop'r El Dorado Saloon, res s Howard. 

Wearn W. miner Ophir Mine 

Webb H. miner Ophir Mine 

Webber F. upholsterer at D. Wolf & Co 

Webber W. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Webster E. C. bar-tender Occidental 

Webster J. L. Summit Saloon, 368 on Divide 

Webster W. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Wedemeyer C. with W. T. Waren & Co 

Wefonsas Father, Immaculate Conception Church 

Wehr F. carpenter, L nr Union 

Weidel Louis, Sazerac Saloon, res G 

Weigaud C. assay er Gould & Curry Mill 

Weigle Chris, butcher Central Market 

Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



210 YIRGINIA DIRECTOEY. 

WEIL CHAS. newspaper carrier, 63 south C 

Weiuslienk & Alsbacher, clothing, 16 south C 

Weir Stephen, shoe-maker, res south C 

Weiss H. J. carpenter, res north G 

WELCH JOHN, prop'r Orleans Restaurant, 104 south C 

Welch , miner Sides Mining Co 

Welch James, miner, res south D 

Welch Wm. foreman of Beach & Paxton, res north F 

Welch Wm. sup't mining claims, res 48 north F 

Welch S. C. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Welch Wm. foreman California Mine res north F 

Welsh Nick, iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Welsh C. oiler Gould & Curry Mill 

Welsh Edward, miner, south G 

Welscli Leonard, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Welsh James B, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

Welling J. W. res Occidental 

Wells Miss M. north E 

WELLS, FARGO & CO. Express office 65 and 67 south C 

Welty Amos, carman Gould & Curry Mill 

Wenderoth P. butcher Grey Eagle Market 

WENDEROTH &HELBINGER, Grey Eagle Market 346 Divide 

Weimer W. Virginia Hotel, res 8 A 

Wcrtheimer M. cigars and tobacco 54 south 

Wertheimer I. 54 south C 

Wescoat N. civil engineer, office Walter's Building 52 south C 

West John L. carpenter, res north S. 

Westfall George, foreman Gould & Curry Tunnel, res south D 

Westover A. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Westwood , blacksmith, res Howard bet A and B 

Whalen J. E. amalgamator Gould & Curry Mill 

Wheeler W. P. bar-tender, Maguire's Opera House 

Wheeler J. B. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Wheelock C. A. butcher City Market, cor of B and Sutton Av 

White C. B. engineer Best and B. Mining Co 

White J. J. boot-maker. Union bet C and D 

White Martin, of Corson & Whife res 75 south C 

White T. bar-tender Hughes' Saloon 

White A. W. Pioneer Laundry 60 south C 

WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT, Mrs. S. J. Dill prop's, 92 

south C 
White W. S. liquors, 164 south C 
White Seth, miner Ophir Mine 
White W. D. of Eastman & Co 
White Moseby, laborer, res south D 
White E. W bookkeeper at McLaughlin & Root 
AVhite E. J. clerk Gould and Curry Mill 
White Richard, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 211 

White R. D. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
White Pat. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Whitcher J. W. att'y at law, 172" south C 
Whitman Henry, butcher Union Market 

Whitman , att'y at law, room 3 Wells-Fargo's Block 

Whitley Henry, cook at Gould & Curry 

Whittaker E. teamster Rogers' Mill, Virginia 

Wier W. H. Restaurant 807 south C 

Wiggins L. C. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Wightman & Chappell, commission and stock brokers, Black and 

Howell's Building 
Wightman A. C. of Wightman & Chappell, International Hotel 
Williams Manuel, miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Wilcox Sam'l, policeman, res B 
Wilcox J. M, laborer Gould & Curry Mill 
Wild C.ofBottorf & Wild 
Wilder Ed. B. sup't Ophir Mine 
Wilder W. P. secretary Rock Island Pony Express Co. room 12 

Roe's Building B 
Wiley Nicholas, gas works 
Wilkinson Joseph, amalgamator Cedar Hill Mill 

Wilkins , trustee Wm. Penn Claim 

WILKINS A. L. Flora Temple Livery Stable 37 n C, res n E 

Willard B. blacksmith, shop B nr Taylor 

Wilkins Chas. barber 86 south C 

Williams L. ore-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Williams Walter, blacksmith Gould & Curry Mine 

Williams Gen. Tom. bds at Chapin House 

Williams Stephen, miner, bds north E 

Williams Geo. miner bds Cedar Hill House north C 

Williams H. A. clerk for Casey, Kelly & Co ^ 

Williams , of Williams & Bixler att'ys at law 

Williams G. miner Ophir Mine 

Williams , money lender, International Hotel 

Williams S. M. Yances daguerrean gallery 

Williams D. R. printer "Old Piute" office 

Williams & Bixler, att'ys at law, 31 & 32 Jones' Building, s C 

Williams Stephen miner Ophir Mine 

Williams Isaac, jobbing, &c., south G 

Williams J. B. sup't Sierrra Nevada Mill 

Williams P. miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Williams J miner Sierra Nevada Mill 

Williams & Labassee, Express Exchange Saloon 62 south B 

Williams A. feeder Cedar Hill Mill 

Williams Stephen, miner Milton Mining Co 

Williams Wm. spup't Ophir Mine, res north G 

Williams Chris, miner Best and B. Mining Co 

Williams F. rock-breaker Cedar Hill Mill 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancv Stationery. 

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VIEGINIA DIRECTORY. 



WASHOE EXCHANGE, 

H. D. Russell, Proprietor, 
24 SOUTH C STREET, 



THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS 



ILL! 



QMS 



The Bar will be always stocked with the Choicest 

WIFES, LIQUORS AFB GIGASS. 

THE BIILLI.A.I^r> E,003VE 

IS UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF MR. C. H. FLINT. 



HERMAN EGGERT. 



E. TANTS. 



D K 1^ W b W\ I 

Junction B and C Streets, 



9 



ECCERT & TANTS, - 



PROPRIETORS. 



RESTAURANT, 

South O Street, Virginia. 



MRS. S. J. DILL, 



PROPRIETRESS. 



The Table is supplied with the best the Market affords, and prices reasonable. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



YIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 213 

Williams "W. J. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Williams Emanuel, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Williams Tho, pit-man Potosi Mining Co 

Williams Jno. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Williamson J. carpenter Gould & Curry Mill 

Willock J. C. of McLaughlan & Willock, res 117 south 

Willock Chs. clerk Winfield Mill, Virginia 

Willson Martin, carpenter Utah Mining Co 

Willson Sam'l, miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Willson J. W. undertaker 34i south B 

Willson J. iron-worker Gould & Curry Mill 

Willson S. L. sec'y mining co's, office Crystal Peak House 

Wilson James, bookkeeper with Stateler & Arrington 

Willson Thos. miner Milton Mine 

Willson Jas. miner Allen Mining Co 

Wilson Frank, miner Utah Mining Co 

AVillson Jas. miner Savage Mining Co 

Willson Thos. miner Milton Mining Co 

Willson Abe, watchman Utah Mining Co 

Wilmington J. W. printer "Union office" 

Wilson Chas. butcher bds with Mrs. Lightner 

Wilson John, driver C. Stage Co 

Wilson S. L. broker 113 soutli C 

Wilson , auctioneer south B 

Wilson W. F. of Wood & Co. 9 north C 

Wilson T. H. engineer, res 46 north F 

Wimer A. J. brick-maker res M and Carson 

WINN & CENTER'S Saloon 60 south C 

Winn Walter, of Winn & Center's Saloon 50 south C 

Winn M. L. candy factory 218 south C 

Winins W R. rock-breaker DeLand's Mill, Flowery 

Winter Mrs. Alpine Boarding House, 66 B 

Winter Jno. laborer Gould & Curry Mill 

WINTON N. W. county clerk, 10 Roe's Building B 

Witkowsky & Bro. clothing 14 south C 

Witkowsky J. barber, Washington Baths, 51 south C 

Witkowsky H. of Witkowsky & Bro 

Witkowsky M. of Witkowsky & Bro 

Witt De E. res 191 north C 

Wivil T. miner Ophir Mine 

Wolf D, & Co. furniture and upholstry, 30 north C 

Wolf L. of Wolf, Herzog & Co 

WOLF J. W. Ag't " Mining and Scientific Press," and assistant 

compiler Virginia and Gold Hill Directory 
Wolf John, saloon 338 south C 
Wolf Herzog & Co. dry goods 24 south C 
Wood W. S. att'y at law, room over Hasting's Bank, res Bar- 

num's Hotel 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



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VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 



COUNTY CLERK 



Clerk of the Probate and Civil Probate 
Courts of Storey County, N. T. 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS 

FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 



Depositions to be used in the several Courts of Nevada 
Territory and the State of California, carefully taken. 



OFFICE : New Court House, 14 South B Street. 



31:. TV^.4.IiSOH:.^XJEI^, 

No. 70 

North C St., 

Virginia City, _,^^ 

Mo T. 




Manufacturer 



Dealer in 



SADDLES AND HARNESS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT THE LOWEST CALIFORNIA PRICES. 



JOHN RAPP & LOUIS REICK, 

PROPRIETORS OF THE 




BKcW ERT 



Below the Central Mill, VIRGINIA CITY, N. T. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F, 



VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 215 

"Wood Robert, of Wood & Goe 

Wood T. J. of Wood & Co. res 9 north C 

Wood & Goe, grocers 226 south C 

Wood Granville, ass't melter E. Ruhling & Co 

Wood & Wilson, saloon 9 north C 

Wood John, carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Woodburn W. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

WOODHURST WM. plasterer Gould & Curry Mill 

Woodman Chas. special policeman 2d ward 

Woodman Wm. miner Potosi Mining Co 

Woodruff Jno. workman Gould & Curry Mill 

WOODS MISS ELLEN, dress maker, res at M. Burnes 

Woods Jesse, foreman Pacific Stage Go's stables, IT south F 

WOOLF D. B. prop'r "Old Piute" office 

Woore J. W. carpenter, res Silver bet D and E 

Worcester Wm. M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 

Work J. rock-breaker De Land's Mill, Flowery 

Wright Wm. blacksmith Potosi Mining Co 

Wright J. A. Wright's Gift Enterprise,' res n Stewart 

WRIGHT WASH, editor " Union," res Cedar Hill 

Wright E. B. C. mining clerk, 160 north B 

Wright C. carpenter Ophir Mine 

WRIGHT'S GIFT ENTERPRISE, office cor C and Union, res 

north Stewart 
WRIGHT WM. local editor "Enterprise" 
Wright Jacob, amalgamator Empire Mill 
Wright VV. G. blacksmith South Potosi Mine 
Wright Jacob, miner, res Mill 
Wright P. D. miner, bds F. Murphy 
WRIGHT W. S. soda factory, 124 and 126 north B 
Wright A. M. miner Gould & Curry Mine 
Wright J. amalgamator Empire Mill, Virginia 
Wridit Geo. miner W. & M. Claim 



'\?S7'. "3?- "^7^u^:E^:Ei.E3Kr, 




WAGON & CARRIAGE MAKING, 

RAIL CARS, WINDLASSES, HARD 
WOOD LUMBER, FELLOES, AXLES, SPOKES, HUBS, ETC., 

Next Door to Collins & Darling's Blacliismith Shop, VIRGrlNIA. 

Dealers in School Sooks and Cheap Publications. 



216 VIRGINIA DIRECTORY. 

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Yates L. F. broker, room 13 Taylor's Building 

Yates Thomas, miner Milton Mining Co 

Yates J. miner N. Potosi Mining Co 

Yoesel E. J. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

York C. saloon, 88 south C 

Young Thos. miner Gould & Curry Mine 

Young A. J. Gould & Curry Mine 

Young Jacol?, Jr. res 141 south D 

Young Jacol3, Sr. tinner, res 141 south D 

Young Wm. H. of H. S. Beck & Co. res 148 south C 

Young J. R. broker, 8 south C 

Young S. D. miner, res north B 

YOUNG CHARLES W. watchmaker and jeweler, 11 north B 

Young Sam'l D. miner, res Sawyer's Building, A 

Young W. A. timberman Ophir Mine 

YOUNG & GEORGES, Truckee Hay Yard, on Virginia and 

Gold Hill Divide 
Young H. A. Truckee Hay Yard, Divide 
Young America Saloon, by H. G. Deville, 59 south C 
Young A. J. ass't foreman Gould & Curry Mine 
YOUNG R. A. Alderman, weigher and ore deliverer Gould & 

Curry Mine, res F south of Hickey 
Young A. M. carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Young H. I), carpenter Gould & Curry Mine 
Young Jacob, Jr. tin and coppersmith, 47 south C 
Yovanich Raphael, groceries, north C 

Zacharias L. of Jessel & Zacharias 
Zaun Seb. bar-tender St. Louis Brewery 
Zeller M. press-room " Union " office 
Zeyer Jno. res north A 
Zeyen Jno. blacksmith, Carson bet D and E 
Zimmerman J. Sacramento Restaurant 



OSCAR T. SHUCK, 

itmu^ & ^0tttt^diji' at ^§m, 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F.^ 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



IN WHICH THE 



Different Trades and Professions are Classified and Arranged. 



ADVERTISING AGENTS. 

COLLINS CHARLES, office Sheban & Stable, cor B and Union 

AGENTS TRAVELI 

WOLF J. M. " Mining and Scientific Press" 



BENHAM & HEATON, south B, (see ad p 52) 
CULBERTSON C. A. cor Taylor and D, (see ad) 
Mooser Wm. office Medan Building, C 

ASSAYERS. 

Dorwin G. W. res cor Union and F 

KUH LEOPOLD, A nr Ophir Mine, (see ad p 103) 

RUHLING E. <fe CO. 42 south B 

Theall & Co. cor Taylor and C 



Aldrich Louis, Piper's Building, cor B and Union 
Anderson M. D. Pipers Building, cor B and Union 
Aud, Bebee <fe Hundley, Masonic Block, north B 
Beatty &. McRae, 23 and 24 Jones' Building 
Botts & Wallace, Enterprise Building 
Brosman C. M. 20 north C 
Bryan &, Seely, 52 south B 
Bulkeley L. E, 41 south B, over post Office 
Bullock W. H. office Virginia Hotel 

Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



218 VIEGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Burbank & Edoerton, room 17 Taylor's Building 
Chipmau E. S.^Taylor bet B and C. 
Cole F. W . ofice Post Office Buildino:, res Barnum's Hotel 
Corson & White, room lO Taylor's Building 
Crittenden & Sunderland, room 3 Basting's Bank 
Crittenden A. P. res south B 
Dibble A. B, Piper's Building, cor B and Union 
Elliot A. B. 30 south B 
Finn J. F. room 8 Taylor's Building 
Fitch Thos. 10 Myers & Daggett's Building, B 
Foster J. C. office north C 
Fulton S. D. room 32 Jones' Building 
Fulton A. bds Chapin House 
Griffith J. J. 2 Roe's Building 
Hill & Pendegast, Fulton Market Building 
Hyllyer C. J. Piper's Building, cor B and Union 
Howard C. G. cor B and Taylor * 

Keeney, Lee & Churchill, room 14 Taylor's Building 
Kirkpatrick & Rhodes, room 9 Taylor's Building 
Knox A. C. room 15 Taylor's Building 
Lindley & McQualid, room 2 Wells-Fargo's Block 
Mesick R. Fulton Market Building 
Mitchell Henry K. Fulton Market Building 
Moyes R. B. office south B 
Murphy T. G. Taylor bet B and C 
Nugent John, Enterprise building 
PERLEY & DeLONG, 43i south C, (see ad p 180) 
Pitzer & Beny, 2 Myers & Daggett's Building, B 
Quint & Hardy, 7 Post Office Block 
Reardan & Hereford, room 8 Taylor's Building 
Robinson Fred, office 1 C 
Samson Wm. 2 Myers & Daggett's Building- 
Sawyer F. A. 34 north C 
SHUCK OSCAR T. south B, (see ad p 216) 
Stewart & Baldwin, Piper's Building, cor Union and B 
Stewart Francis, Masonic Hall 
Taylor L. W. room 33 Jones' Building 
Tilford & Gordon, Enterprise Building 
Whitman C. room 3 Wells & Fargo's^Block 
Williams & Bixler, rooms 31 and 32 Jones' Building 
Wood W. S. room over Hasting's Bank 

AUCTIONEERS. 

CURRIE J. C. & CO. 13 north B, (see ad p 64) 
Friedmann Chas. 8 south B 
Palmer Chas. south C 
Wilson , south B 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 219 

BAKERS. 

]^riedman M. north B 
Hanak A. 43 north B 
Horst Herman, 6 south C 
Klee Martin. 47 south C 
Schlacht & Miester, 3 north D 
U. S. Bakery, 44 south D 
Zingrofft & Co. 47 north D 

BANKERS. 

Arnold & Blauvelt, cor C and Taylor 

HastiuQ;s B. F. & Co. C near Taylor 

PAXTON & THORNBURGH, 39 south C 

RUHLING E. & CO. 42 south B 

STATELER & ARRINGTON, 14 north C, (see ad p 202) 

WELLS, FARGO & CO., south C 

BARBERS. 

BACH L. north B, (see ad p 52) 

Mericot A. 18 north B 

Moine C. 27 north B 

MOODY & WILKINS, 86 south C, (see ad p 173) 

Schowalter Jno. 17 south B 

BATHS. 

BACH L. north B, (see ad p 52) 

BELL-RIMCER. 

Wagener Sam'l, 14 north B 

BILLIARD TABLE l¥IANUFACTyRER. 

Brown C. M. 24 north E 

BILLIARD ROOfVIS. 

Lynch Pat'k, north B 

WASHOE EXCHANGE, 24 south C, (see ad p 212) 

BIBLE DEPOSITORY. 

Storey Co. Bible Depository, C. Walker, agent, 6 south B 
Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancv Stationery. 



220 VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Bender Thos. 29 north F 

BOWIE CHAS. 124 north C, (see ad p 54) 

Fisher Robt. 29 north D 

Hemenway J. W. 24 south D .! 

Hence C. shop B 

Hinckley L. M. 354 Divide 

Larue C. W. 297 south C 

REESE P. 154 and 156 south C, (see ad p 189) 

Sullivan C. V. 63 north B 

Willard E. shop B near Taylor 

BOARDBNC HOUSES. 

Bohan Mike, 210 south B 

CENTRAL HOUSE, P. Nolan, 80 north C, (see ad p 175) 

Chrystal Peak, south C 

Curamings , south C 

DELMONICO, south 0, (see ad p 74) 
Forest Hotel, south 
Fisher J. D. south A 
Globe Hotel, south C 
Grambss F. 55 south B 
Long Mrs. 141 south B 
Mallcy Mrs. G. 169 south B 
Sweet Mrs. M. A. 20 north D 
Winter Mrs. 66 B 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Burke A. I. 63 south C 

Burrall W. H. cor C and Union 

Church & Co. north B 

FRANZ BERNHARD, south C. (see ad p 84) 

MILLER & CO. cor Taylor and B, (see ad p 164) 

ENGELBRECHT P. 76 south C, (see ad p 78) 

ESBERG & FRIED, 25 north C, (see ad p 78) 

Bloomfield & Co. south C 

Ahpol Karl, south C 

PHILIPPSON & MANSFELD, cor C and Union, (see ad p 182) 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

BLACK R. M. 17 north C, (see ad front cover) 
Brodrick G. Union bet C and D 
Carlcy John, Union bet C and D 
Davis S. 19 north C 
Fisher L. 57 south C 

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Jacob L. south B 
Kenck Christian, 45 
Martin M. Taylor bet C and D 
O'Connell & Gill, Union bet C and D 
Steudemau & Dale, 72 south C 

BREWERIES. 

California Brewery, 52 south D 

NEVADA BREWERY, north Mill (see ad p 214) 

Philadelphia Brewery, 12 south D 

St. LOUIS BREWERY, 134 south C, (see ad p 198) 

UNION BREWERY, 40 north B, (see ad p 54) 

Virginia Brewery, Seven Mile Canon 

WASHOE BREWERY, junction of B and C, (see ad p 212) 

BROKERS. 

CAHILL ED. office cor C & Taylor, (see ad p 64) 
Danaher P. H. 62 south C 

DeVoe , office south B 

Duval C. F. office south B 

Eldridge 0. C. room 11 Taylor's Building 

Estabrook W. W. office 35 Union Block, south B 

Eyre & Price, Black & Howell's Building 

Fuller S. E. 62 south C 

FULTON & SAVERY, cor C and Taylor, (see ad p 84) 

Geddes Samuel, office 33 south C 

Hewlett P. H. Medan Building, north C 

HUTCHINGS U. P. cor B and Taylor 

Jones C. F. & Co. office 45 south C 

Kitts & Griswold, room 10 Wells, Fargo's Building 

Mallett J. H. Medan Building 

Masterman F. B. office Union Block, south B 

Mayer H. office 33 south C 

McGloin Peter, office 33 south C 

Meagher James D. 62 south C 

Orrick W. G. 5 Myers & Daggett's Building, north B 

Power M. J. room 9 Wells-Fargo's Building 

RESSaYRE victor, 115 north B, (see ad p 187) 

Ross C. L. office 33 south B 

Smith Jacob, Chapin House 

Smith W. O. office Union Block B 

Slitle Geo. office Union Block, B 

Thomson Monroe, Medan Building 

WATTS EDGAR E. office International Building 

Wightman & Chappell, Black & Howell's Building 

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222 VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BUTCHERS. 

Canty W. S. south C 

Central Market, A Strauss, 18 south 

Gould & Curry Market, south F 

Fulton Market, cor E an^ Union 

Cushino- & Langridge, Nevada, 91 south C 

Grey Eagle Market, 346 Divide 

Lang & Furman, 39 north C 

LANNAN P. H. City Market, cor sutton Av. (see ad p 162) 

UNION MARKET, A.Newman & Co. 32 south C, (see ad p 175) 

Parkenson R. 188 south C 

Rice C. H. 136 south C 

Sierra Market, Masel Kron & Co. 127 north B 

Cramer & Co. Washington Market 92 north C 

St. Louis Market, 117 north C 

Treat & Straus, National Market, south C 

CABIMET MAKERS. 

BYRNES M. cor Union & F 
DELANEY M. south D, (see ad p 74) 
Hay ton Joseph, 100 Taylor 
HAUBERT C. north D, (see ad p 92) 

CARPETS & OIL-CLOTHS. 

BURNHAM & HALL, 85 south C, (see ad p 58) 

CARPENTERS. 

BENHAM & HBATON. south B, (see ad p 52) 

BROWN C. M. 24 north E 

DELANEY M. south D, (see ad p 74) 

Doling James, 

Graeber A. south B 

Hawlcy & Moxley, south E 

Reed & Matthews, 45 south D 

REESE U. M. 5 E north of Taylor 

Schaefer Jolm, 13 south E 

Studson Wm. fcf. shop south G 

CHOP HOUSES. 

CHAPMAN'S CHOP HOUSE, (see ad p 64) 
Legate Chas. T. 26 south 

CIDER FACTORIES. 

Gould & Emerson, 311 south C 

PIONEER, E. H. Morton, 196 south B, (see ad p 173) 



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CBGARS AI^SD TOBACCO. 

Ahpel Carl, 36 south C 

Armer & Harris, 12 south B 

BLOOMFIELD S. & CO. south C 

ENGELBRECHT P. 76 south C, (see ad p 78) 

EL DORADO, Asa L. Waugaraan, 54 south C, (see ad p 78) 

ESBERG & FRIED, 25 north C, (see ad p 78) 

Englander Wm. 9 south C 

Gilbert & Michael, 8 north C 

Goold L. 34 south C 

Jessel & Zacharias, north C 

Klopstock & Harris, 7 north C 

Lewitt H. F. & Co. 56 south C 

Mayer J. 24 north C 

MILLER & CO. cor Taylor and B, (see ad p 164) 

OCCIDENTAL, 26 south C, (see ad p 178) 

Peiser S. Union bet-B and C 

PHILIPPSON & MANSFELD, cor C and Union, and Branch 

cor B and Union, (see ad p 182) 
Snug, south C 
SPALDING'S, 66 south C, (see ad p 198) 

CBCARS AriD TOBACCO, WHOLESALE. 

ENGELBRECHT P. 76 south C, (see ad p 78) 
ESBERG & FRIED, 25 north C, (see ad p 78) 
PHILIPPSON & MANSFELD, cor C and Union, Branch cor B 
and Union, (see ad p 182) 

CLOTHING. 

BABNERT J. & CO. C bet Union and Sutton, (see ad in front 

of book) 
Dahlmann C & Co. 24 south C 
ELKUS L. 7 north C; (see ad p 63) 
Haas S. & Co. 5 north C 
Harris E. 2| B 
Jacobs Elias, 3 north B 
King & Luskind, north B 
Levy A. & Co. 16 B 
Levison Mark, 49 south C 
Levy & Leyser, 21 north C 
Mandel & Co. 28 south C 
Murphy J. B near Taylor 
Sperling A. 100 south C 
Weinshenk & Alsbacher, 16 south C 
Witkowsky & Bro. 16 south C 

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224 VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

JOHN B. GUNTHER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

MMh^, '^mnm, giidkjsi, h, 

OURRY OOMBS, BRUSHES, 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL, WHIPS, ETC., ETC. 

Constantly on hand and for sale. 

43 SoiO-tH O Stroot. 




REPAIRING done at the Shortest notice and on the most Reasonable Terms 



C. A. CUIiBERTSON, 

Shop, Cor. D and Taylor Streets, 

vxB.G-xixrxA exTx, 3xr. t. 

Refers to H. G. Blasdcl, Dr. T. H. Pinkerton, and S. T. Gage. Leave orders with 
■JR. C. CIi^^I=»I=»EILIL., 

Commission and Stock Broker, No. 24 Howell & Black's Building. 

GENERAL FIRE AND IIFE~ 

Biii&m Atiffi¥ 

CHARLES C. HARVEY, AGENT. 

32 South Street, Virginia City, N. T. 



CAPITAL REPRESENTED, $35,000,000. 

«-«-• 

comMissiorj ivierohant, 

TIRGiailA CITY, W. T. 



References. — B. F. Hastings ; Wells, Fargo & Co. ; Louis Feusier & Co. 

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VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 225 

COFFEE ROASTER. 

SOURDRY J. G. south B 

COMMBSSIONER OF DEEDS. 

WINTON W. N. New Court House, 14 south B, (see ad p 214) 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

BENHAM & HEATON, south B, (see ad p 52) 

C. A. CULBERTSON, cor D and Taylor, (see ad p 224) 

COOPER. 

Farewell John, Taylor, bet C and D 

DAGUERREOTYPES. 

SUTTBRLY BROS, cor B and Union, (see ad p 191) 
Vance R. H. cor D and Union 

DENTISTS. 

Hewlett Dr. room 3, 4 and 5 Union Block, cor B and Taylor, 
Hammond C. B. 110 south C 
Keeler Dr. south B 

DRESS MAKERS AND MILLINERS. 

Bates Mrs. R. S. B nr Taylor 
Cowles Mrs. G. W. M, 78 south C 
Mayer Mrs. Fanny, 26 north C 
O'Grady Mrs. 117 south C 
Ward Mrs. E. 43 north F. 
WOODS MISS ELLEN, north D 

DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES. 

Armitage J. 4 north C, opposite International Hotel 

COLE & GAMBLE, 90 south C, (see ad p 64) 

Kent W. H. cor B and Union 

Kirk H. C. & Co. 24 B near Taylor 

McLearn J. 114 south C 

MORRILL G. P. 22 south C 

Pixly W. B. 29^ south B 

Rice & Livermore, cor Taylor and C 

Warner & Munckton, 25 north B 

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226 riRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORf. 

DRY GOODS. 

Block & Co. 20 south C 

Bromberger M. International Building, B 

Liebman^M. 30 south C 

Mver N. 15 north B 

RbSENER S. & CO. 70 south C, (see ad p 187) 

Pan Francisco Store, L. Green, 84 south C 

Wolf, Herzog & Co. 24 south C 

EMPLOYiVSENT & GENERAL AGENCY. 

SHEHAN & STAHL, cor B and Taylor, (see ad p 202) 

ESTATE AGENT. 

Meyer A. Piper's Building, north B 

ENGINEERS. 

BALDWIN M. A. mining and geological, office Taylor's building 

Daly James, 2d ass't engineer Chollar Mining Co 

Day J. W. 

Graff A. Milton Mining Co 

Hamilton Wm. California Mine 

Hochholzer H. civil and mining engineer, office 3 Roe's Build. B 

Hoop G. Milton Mining Co 

Howard Robt. ass't California Mine 

JOHNSON C. P. city engineer, office Talioe House, south C 

Lowe W. L. 1st ass't Chollar Mine 

Rodham Wm. res 264 south B 

Robinson G. office room 2 Jones' Building, 45 south C 

Wescoat N. 52 south C 

FREIGHT AND EXPRESS. 

SMITH H. B. Taylor bet B and C, (see ad outside cover) 
HATCH BROS. 15 south C, (see ad p 98) 
WELLS, FARGO & CO. 76 south C 

FOUNDRBES. 

EMPIRE FOUNDRY, Hubbard, McAdams & Co. (see ad p 164) 
FULTON FOUNDRY, Thos. Jones, (see ad p 206) 

FRUIT. 

HARRIS & KAUFFMAN, 88 south C, (see ad p 92) 
Jacobs M. 60 south C 
Medin Marco, 4 south C 

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YIEGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 227 

FURmrURE. 

Goldman M. & Co. 18 south C 

Goodfriend I. 39 north C 

HAUBERT CHAS. 32 north C, (see ad p 92) 

SHEHAN & STAHL, cor B and Taylor, (see ad p 202) 

Wolf D. & Co. 30 north C 

CAS-FITTERS. 

SHEPARD WM. & SONS, shop under Wells, Fargo & Co's 

(see ad p 194) 
Hanbridge & Pennison, 3 south C 

GLASSWARE. 

SARGENT & FOGLES, south C, (see ad front cover) 

Wasserman Sam'l 

FREDERICKS JOSEPH, south C, (see ad front cover) 

GROCERS. 

Bolan & Co. cor Union and B 

Buttorf & Will, cor G and Washington 

Cook C. A. & Co. north B 

Dunlevy R. W. 86 north C 

Ettlinger Bros. 18 south C 

Farrington J. G. & Co. 16 north B 

FEUSIER L. & CO. corner C and Taylor (see ad p 82) 

Friedenbers; A. & Co. 28 north C 

GARTRELL & MURRAY, 75 south C, (see ad p 92) 

Howell, Black & Bro. south C 

HARRIS & KAUFFMAN, south 0, (see ad p 92) 

Kennedy & Mallon, 22 south 

Korn Joseph; 36 south C 

Krause Wm. 308 south C 

Lowe Richard, 129 north B 

Luther & Schroeder, 103 south C 

Marioni & Co. cor Union and E 

Man Albert. 7 south B 

Milatovich V. 89 north B 

Moore & Ogden, 42 north C 

Peterson P.' C. cor Sutton Av. and G 

Ramirez Jos4, 113 north B 

Rassi C. & Co. 29 north C 

Ross & McCarty, south C 

Russell & Co. south C 

Tobias A. S. & Co. 22 north C 

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228 VIEGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

TORTELL & BUSH, 13| south C, (see ad p 205) 
Walter F, & Co. 52 south C 
Wood & Goe. 226 south C 
Yovauich R. 109 north B 

CUNSMITH. 

Scholl & Roberts, 63 south B 

HARDWARE. 

BECK H. S. & CO. 13 north C and B, (see ad p 52) 
GILLIG, MOTT & CO. cor C and Taylor, (see ad front cover 

and inside p) 
McLaughlin & root, 48 south C, (see ad p 164) 

HATTER. 

Baudonnat F. C. 27 north B 

HAY YARDS, STABLES & CORRALS. 

ADAMS THOS. 60 north D, (see ad p 51) 

Bishop Henry, 5 south D 

Geesey N. J. cor H and Washington 

Green E. F. cor E and North 

LONE STAR, T. Parker, Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, (see 

ad p 162) 
TRUCKEE, Young & Georges, Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, 

(see ad p 206) 
Bartlett's, north B 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Ashland House, Adttinson & Orndorff, 348 Divide 

CENTRAL HOUSE, P. Nolan, 80 s C, (see ad p 175) 

CHAUVEL HOUSE, 12 south C 

Collins House. J. M. Blumenthall, 17^ south B 

INTERNATIONAL, Union bet B and C 

Lovejoy, 49 south D 

Mclvoy James, south B 

Merchant's Exchange, 10 north C 

Metropolitan, P. J. McKeaney, 11 and 13 north D 

DELMONICO, Pat'k Quigley, 31 s D, (see ad p 74). 

St. Nicholas, J. S. Lanclekcr, south B 

St. Louis House, 61 north B 

U. S. HOTEL, W. A. Morrison, 31, 33, 33^ s B, (see ad p 206) 

Wm. Tell House, 46 south D 

Globe Hotel, south C 

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INSURANCE AGENT. 

HARVEY CHAS. C. 32 south C, (see ad p 224) 

JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS. 

Eaves & Nye, cor C and Union 

Frederick I. 21 north C 

Friedlander W. 12 south C ' j 

Hirschman A. south 

Kent Thos. Union bet C & D 

Walker C. 6 north B 

LAUNDRIES. 

I. X. L., Howard Street 

PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY, Sutton Av. bet B and C 

Pioneer Laundry south C 

EAST INDIA LAUNDRY, Vera Sammy, north J 

LIQUORS, WHOLESALE. 

Brisacher Bros. 20 south B 
Fargo B. A. 16 north C 
Frisch J. G. & Co. 130 south C 
Hall A. H. 83 south C 
Jessel & Zacharias, 8 north C 
Kennedy & Mallon, 22 south C 
McFarland Gilbert, south E 
Mitchell & Adams, 64 south C 
SchlossF. & Co. 18 north C 
Tobias , north C 

LODGINGS. 

BURNHAM HOUSE, 83 south C 

Camplinton Mrs. Hubert House, 45 south B 

DELMONICO, Patrick Quigley, 31 south C, (see ad p 74) 

Edwards E, 15 south C 

Empire liodgings, 37 south D 

Francis Mrs. A. P. res H 

Frink Mrs. L. E. 32 north E 

Hares Mrs. W. M. 53 south B 

Harris & Raphael, 11 south D 

Levy Chas. West End. 47 south D 

CENTRAL HOUSE, 80 north C, (see ad p 175) 

OCCIDENTAL, Mrs. R. Morris, (see ad p 180) 

Tahoe House, Mrs. W. D. Fair, 70 south C 

THOMAS & BROWN, cor B and Sutton Av. 

U. S. HOTEL, 31, 33 and 33.^ south B, (see ad p 206) 

Virginia Hotel, cor of Sutton Av, and B 

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230 VIEGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Piraock & Co. cor D and Washington 

Eastman & Co. 119 south D. 

HOFF I). E. & CO. 8 north D. (see ad p 98) 

McFarland Sam'l, Gold Hill and Virijinia Divide 

PRESCOTT & EARL, cor D and Hickey, (see ad p 180) 

Smith L. H. P. 356 Divide 

MARBLE YARD. 

SCHUCH HENRY, 31 north F 

METAL ROOFERS. 

Roberts & Brady, cor of E. & Taylor 

MILK RANCHES. 

Humphreys & Co 
Bidleman, 7 mile carion 
Clock A. corner K and Taylor 

MiNSNC SECRETARIES. 

BALDWIN M. A. office Taylor's Buildino; 

BOND ERASTUS, 5 Myers & Daggett's 'Block 

Brown J. W. office Chrystal Peak Saloon 

BREMNER WM. south C. (see ad p 52) 

CAHILL EDW. cor C and Taylor, (see ad p 64) 

Chapin C. H. Chapin House 

Cramer Albert, office 7 south C 

Cutler W. K. 7 Roe's Building, south B 

Dean W. E. Chollor Mining Co. res ;San Francisco 

DeYoe Jas. 1 9 south C 

Dupaix Jos. H. office Union Block, south B 

Edward W. S. 19 south B 

FULTON & SAVERY, Tavlor's Building, bet B and C, (see ad 

p 84) 
HARVEY C. C. 32 south C, (see ad p 224) 
Hopkins Cx. W. 54 B 
Kaiser C. H. 7 south C 
Shaney C. A. south C 
Turner S. B. 33 south C 
Warner C. C. 7 south C 
Wilder W. P. 12 Roe's Buildinsr, B 
Willson S. L. Crystal Peak Saloon, south C 

WM. SHEW, PHOTOGRAPHER, 

3V<C01SrTC3-01vrBR'a' STREET, S.A.3Sr FRA-KTCISCOi 

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lEY LENDEI 



Fowler T. E. office with Reardon & Hereford, Taylor's Building 
Hunter Ab. office Jones' Building, south C 
Storrs Dr. bds Mrs. Howlett's 
Williams , res International Hotel 

MOULOiE'JCS. 

BURNHAM & HALL, 83 south C, (see ad p 58) 
FREDERICKS JOSEPH, 43 south C, (see ad front cover) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

ENTERPRISE (Daily and Weekly), Goodman & McCarthy, 

Enterprise Building, south C 
UNION (Daily and Weekly), J. (^lurch & Co. cor C and Taylor 
OLD PIUTE l;Daily and Weekly), Lovejoy & Woolf. north C 
NEVADA PIONEiER, (German, Semi-Weekly), J. F. Halmleu, 

publisher. Enterprise Building 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

BAXTER & DURANT, south C 
BURKE A. I. 63 south C 
Burrai W. H. cor C and Union 
Church & Co. north H 
ELLIOTT A. Post Office Buihiing 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

HUTCHINGS U. P. office B near Taylor 

Meagher James, 62 south C 

RYAN PETER N. cor B and Taylor 

Van Bokkjlen Wm. A. M. Enterprise Building, south C 

Wasserman S. cor C and Union 

OILS, PAINTS, ETC. 

FREDERICKS JOSEPH, 43 south C, (see ad front coyer) 

Heath & Co. 45 south C 

SARGENT & FOGLER, 54 south C, (see ad front coyer) 

Morrill PI. P. south C 

Kirk H. C. & Co. south B 

OIL PAINTINGS. 

SUTTERLY BROS, cor B and Taylor, (see ad p 191) 

OMNIBUS. 

GRAND ALL'S, office cor C and Union, (see ad in Gold Hill 

Directory) 

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232 VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

PAIS^TERS. 

Bloomer H. & Co. Wells, Fargo & Go's Building 

Eagan 0. H. 47 south D 

FREDERICKS JOSEPH, 43 south C, (see ad front cover) 

Gornitzky C. E. 263 south C 

Marsh Thos. south B 

McLauijhlan & Willock, 117 south C 

Millan^V. J. 47 south D 

Miller Charles, 13 north P 

SNOW SAM'L A. south B, (see ad p 202) 

PAPER HANGERS. 

BURXHAM & HALL, 83 south C, (see ad p 58) 
FREDERICKS JOSEPH, 43 south C, sec ad front cover 
SARGENT & FOOLER. 54 south C, (see ad front cover) 
SNOW SAMUEL A. north B, (see ad p 202) 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Athenaeum, north C 

Maguire's Opera House, south D 

Sutliffs Hall, 68 north C 

PHOTOGRAPHS. 

SUTTERLY BROS, cor B and Taylor, up stairs, (see ad p 191) 
Vance, 4 north B 

PHYSICBANS. 

Atchinson, office cor B & Taylor 

Allen 0. S, Piper's Building 

BERTHIER A. office cor B and Union, res Union bet A and B 

Bryarly W. 57 south C 

Connolly P. office 55 south 

Downer F. office 31 A, nr Taylor 

Ehrenberg, rooms 4 and 5 Wells-Fargo's Block 

Eichler , Kirk's Drug Store, south B 

Fales N. W. office 56 B 

Greene C. C. office 11 Taylor's Block 

Harris, bds C. Friedman 8 north B 

Herndon E. L. Piper's Building 

Hi Her F. office 93 south C 

Holmes M. office B, nr Taylor 

Keeier H. 54 B 

Owen J. R. N. 16 north B 

Peabody W, F. office south C 

Peake H. 31 south C 

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Pinkerton & Tucker, 80 south C 

Pinkerton Thos. H. county physician, office 80 south C 

Tucker J. C. res 75 south B 

Thomas, cor D and Union 

VOIGT C. B. F. La Charite Hospital, north F 

PLANING AND TURNING MILLS. 

MECHANICS' MILLS, south D 

VIRGINIA PLANING MILL, 45 south D, (see ad p 207) 

PLUMBERS. 

Hanbridije & Pennison, basement 3 south C 
SHEPARD WM. & SONS', (under Wells-Fargo's) 67 south C, 
(see ad p 194) 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS, 

BIEN BU. H. M. 4 north B 
Chatelain Mrs., Howard street 
Higgins Misses, north F 

RESTAURANTS. 

Barnum Restaurant, cor B and Sutton Av 

CHAPMAN'S CHOP HOUSE, north B, (see ad p 64) 

Cowles G. W. M. 78 south C 

Florentine Albert, north D 

Griffin Juo. New York, south C 

Gross Jno. 37 north B 

Heeb Phillip, Grass Valley, 3 south B 

Hopp Jno. 26 south B 

Jenkins W. H. Colombo, south B 

ORLEANS RESTAURANT, Welch & Preston, 104 south C, 

(see ad p 178) 
Progress, 33 north C 
Rotisserie, Casamajan & Co. 20 north C 
Sacramento Restaurant, 321 south C 
Union Restaurant, 42 north C 
WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT, Mrs. Dill, 92 south C, (see 

ad p 212) 

SADDLE & HARNESS MAKERS. 

GUNTHER J. B. 46 south C, (see ad p 224) 

Slaughter Jno. L. 33 south C 

Smith J. P. & Co. cor C and Sutton Av 

WAISCHAUER M. 70 north C. (see ad p 214) 

TRUCKEE HARNESS SHOP, Gold Hill and Virginia Divide 

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234 VIRGINIA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . 

SALOONS. 

Appacb Adolpli, 24 south B 

Artist's Hall, Grenewald R. 16 north C 

Barnes J. D. Court Exchange, 18 south B 

Bradt Byi'on, 5 north B 

Branch Saloon, Maguire's Op'era House, Maguire & Burns, prop'rs 

Brown Jiio. Tontine, 3 south C 

Cafe du Commerce, 38 north C 

Claresy , B street 

Concordia, 263 south C 

Chrystal Peak, Gregory & Garman, 113 south C 

Daley's Exchange, 57 south C 

Denaveaux Martin, south B 

Delta, Jas. Malone, 24 north C 

Dolan Jos. M. Snug. 9 south C 

EL DORADO, Asa L. Waugaman, 54 s C, (see ad p 78) 

Fisher Mrs. 37 north B 

Garibaldi Saloon, 42 north B 

Getzler F. VV. & Co. 23 north C 

Grosetta W. "Virginia Saloon 

Harris & Raphael, Gould & Curry Saloon, Maguire's Opera House 

Harris Jno. 39 north B 

Himes L. & Co. 45 north B 

Hitter F. Hitter's Saloon, 77 south C 

Hughes W. A. Union bet C and D 

Maggener Thos. 28 south B 

Mavers Jacob, 6 north C 

McCourt & Flood, 71 south C 

Mers Nick, Mountain VieAv, 44 north B 

Mock Jno A. Merchants' Exchange, north B 

Mulcahy & Lammon, 9 north B 

Niagara Hall, 18 north B 

OCCIDENTAL, Wm. McCoy, 26 south C, (see ad p 178) 

Pinchard G. B. 74 south C 

Piper Jno. cor B and Union 

Great Republic, Taylor 

First Ward House, 126 north C 

Reticker J. A. 33 north B 

Rice Abraham, 24 north B 

Sacramento Saloon, Union, bet C and D 

Sazerac, 10 south C 

Sea ward's Saloon 97 south 

Seer Oliver, 11 south C 

SPALDING V. 66 south C, (sec ad p 198) 

Sullivan C. 115 south 

Summit Saloon, 368 Divide 

"Wallace Wm. 11 south C 



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Ward & Heffron, ArG:entine Saloon, 71 south C 

WASHOE EXCHANGE, D. H. Russell, 24 s C,(see ad p 212) 

Williams & Labassee, Express Exchange, 62 south 

Wood & Wilson, 9 north C 

Young America, F. & G. Deville, 59 south C 

SODA WATER E\^ANUFACTURERS. 

CASEY, KELLY & CO. 60 north C, (see ad p 107) 
Wright W. S. Pioneer, 12-i north B 

STABLES. 

ADAMS T. 60 north D, (see ad p 51) 
Ash Wm. 336 south C 

BENHAM A. & BRO. Viro:inia Stables, 29 s C, (see ad p 185) 
FLORA TEMPLE, A. L. Wilkins, 37 n C, (see ad p 84) 
Olin A. S. 44, 46 and 48 south B 
Orrick Johnson & Co. Washoe Stables, 109 south C 
PARKER T. on Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, (see ad p 162) 
Smith Capt. F. C. south B 

TRUCKEB HAY YARD, on Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, 
(see ad p 206) 

STAGE AND EXPRESS GO.'S. 

CALIFORNIA, office cor C and Union, (see ad in front of book) 
FAST FREIGHT LINE, H. B. Smith, Agent, Taylor bet B and 

C, (see ad front cover) 
LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS, office Enterprise Building 
PACIFIC, office south C, (see ad) 
PIONEER, office Wells, Fargo & Go's, (see ad) 
Russel's Line, office north B 
Wilson's Line, office 3 north C 
McCay's Virginia and Placerville Opposition, office Delmonico 

Hotel 

STATaONERS. 

BloomMd S. & Co. 8 south C 

Burke E. W. 63 south C 

Burrall W. H. cor C and Union 

Cohn A. 36 south B 

ENGELBRECHT P. 76 south C, (see ad p 78) 

ESBERG & FRIED, 25 n C, old office Wells, Fargo & Co. (see 

ad p 78) 
FRANZ B, 41 south C, (see ad p 84) • / 

MILLER & CO. cor B and Taylor, (see ad p 164) 
WATTS ERASMUS, 216 south C 

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STORAGE. 

GARTRELL & MURRAY, 75 south C, (see ad p 92) 

SURVEYORS. 

Johnson C. P. Tahoe House, south C 

Mason E L. rooms 6 and 7 tjnion Block, cor B and Taylor 

TAILORS. 

Davis & Levy, 37 north B 
Davis & Rich 23 north C 
Fisher J. 76 south C 
Fox H. B 

Levy & Greentaub, Union bet C and D 

Martin vusky W. 57 south B ■ 

MAYER ISADOR, one door south Wells-Fargo's office (see Ji 
ad p 172) L 

Rich C. H. north B \ 

Shaney C. A. south C 

TINNERS. 

Baker & Andrews 

Cohn & Schneider, 115 south C 

Young Jacob, 47 south C 

UNDERTAKERS. ] 

Keys E. W. 46 south C 
Willson J. W. 84^ south B 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

BURNHAM & HALL, 83 south C, (see ad p 58) 

Hasselgren H. W. 83 south C 

SNOW SAMUEL A. basement 17 B, (see ad p 202) 

WAGON MAKERS. 

BOWIE CHAS. 124 north C, (see ad p 54) 
BURKE M. 154 and 156 south 0, (see ad p 189) 
Sherwood Wm. 124 north D 
WARREN W. T. 71 north B, (see ad p 215) 



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GOLD HILL, STOREY COUNTY, 



Previous to the year eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, but 
little was known of either this or any of the other cities and 
mining districts, which have since given to this county the pres- 
tige for precious metals that it has now acquired. The early 
settlers labored under every disadvantage that could possibly be 
connected with the development of a new and at that time almost 
unknown region. The topography and general appearance of 
the country was such as to discourage the most enthusiastic gold 
seeker. Separated by the Sierras from a convenient market, 
with almost impassable trails over the mountains, and with no 
facilities for correspondence or receiving assistance from their 
friends in California, the prospects even at this early date must 
have been very alluring to induce men to make their abode in 
what was then a very unhospitable region. 

In 1858, a party of prospectors, headed by Messrs. Kerby and 
Finney, discovered indications of both gold and silver bear- 
ing quartz in this locality. Being practical miners, they imme- 
diately commenced prospecting, and then laid the foundation for 
the development of mines which are now universally acknowl- 
edged to be the richest in the world. The first company formed 
was then (and is now) known as the " Pioneer Quartz Company." 
This company localed several claims, erected an arastra, and 
commenced working a claim called the Moselle, a short distance 
east of the Devil's Gate. Meeting with success, they extended 
their operations, making roads and other improvements to facili- 
tate the transportation of the rock from the tunnel to the works. 
The prospects became so flattering that a new company was 
formed, machinery erected, and the mill commenced crushing in 
1860. (See notice of mills Devil's Gate District.) 

Gold Hill, unlike her sister cities of the Territory, relies ex- 
clusively on the development of the richness of the minerals that 
encompass her, to build up the city, rather than to any prospec- 
tive speculations, whose riches are wrapt up in the mist of the 

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240 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 

future. Having the richest as well as the best developed mines 
yet discovered, either in the territory or the world, and confi- 
dent that it only requires time to make still richer " strikes," she 
keeps marcliing on in the path of sure and substantial progress. 
Neighboring cities that have seen the hey-day of their prosperity, 
have good reason to look with envy on the " solid," steady and 
unfluctuating growth of Gold Hill. It is a noted fact, that the 
mines of this District are worked at less cost and with more suc- 
cess, than any other District in the Territory. One of the rea- 
sons rests in the fact that the mills are more convenient to the 
lodes ; and another may be that a large proportion of the mills 
are owned by residents, who are directly interested in seeing that 
they are conducted economically. During the past year build- 
ings have been put up that would be an ornament to an Eastern 
Metropolis. A "Town Hall" is being erected, opposite the Yesey 
Hotel, a portion of which is to be used for a Police Court and the 
transaction of ofi&cial business, and the rear used for a Jail. The 
building is now in course of completion, and its estimated cost 
is $15,000. There are various other buildings, such as Maynard 
& Flood's fire'proof block, the Odd Fellow's building, and nu- 
merous private dwellings, that relieve the eye from the bleakness 
of the surrounding hills, and displays the refined tastes of the 
citizens. A new hotel is about being erected, which promises to 
excel in appearance and grandeur anything of the sort yet at- 
tempted in the Territory. It is to be called the Imperial. The 
association for its erection numbers amongst its Trustees some of 
the wealthiest as well as the most enterprising and public spir- 
ited men in the Territory. The President of the " Imperial " is 
Almarin B. Paul, Esq. It is a fact worthy of note, that on the 
first day's opening of the books, $30,000 of stock was subscribed 
for, and the remainder is now all taken. Work has already 
connnenced on it, and when completed, it will be one of the 
" features " of the city. The city government deserves great 
credit for the public spirit they have displayed in all matters ap- 
pertaining to the health of her citizens and in the making of 
necessary improvements. 

During the past year the facilities for obtaining a constant 
supply of water have been greatly increased. Additional pipes 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTOET. 241 

have been laid down, and other necessary improvements made, to 
keep pace with the rapidly increasing population. A new reser- 
voir has just been erected of enlarged capacities. 

CUXJRCHES. 

The various churches of the City are \rell attended and properly 
supported. 

Calvary Presbyterian, N. S. — Rev. Wm. Wirt Macomber, 
pastor; Simon Fraser, Edwin Caldwell, elders; W. D. Gray, Chas. 
B. Goodrich, L. H. Robinson, Thos. M. Barnes, Dr. Hereford, 
trustees. Services every Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a. m., and 7^ 
p. M. 

This Church was organized November 1st, 1863, with seven 
members and one elder. It has now 13 menbers in communion. 

St. John's Protestant Episcopal. — Rev. 0. W. Whi taker, 
rector ; N. A. H. Ball, senior warden ; Wm. H. Dolman, junior 
warden ; Jno. B. Winters, J. C. Corey, J. W. Wright, Dr. Camp- 
bell, and J. 0. Farrell, vestry men. Divine Service in Odd 
Fellows' Hall every Sunday at 3 o'clock P. m. 

Sunday School of St. John's Church, held at 1| o'clock P. M. 

Ass't Superintendent, N. A. H. Ball. Number of teachers, 
nine. Number of scholars, seventy-five. 

Roman Catholic Church. — The rapidly increasing numbers 
of this denomination have rendered it necessary to have enlarged 
accommodations ; accordingly, a new Church is about being 
erected, which will be under the supervision and charge of Rev. 
Father O'Reilly, formerly of Marysville. The Catholics of Gold 
Hill have been fortunate in securing the services of such an emi^ 
nent Divine and true Christian. 

©CHOOILiS. 

The citizens have made excellent selections in their School 
Trustees. They are all men of intelligence and enterprise, and 
have a keen appreciation of the duties devolving on them as the 
guardians in whose actions rests the responsibility of providing 
facilities for the present and future education of the rapidly 
increasing youth of the City. 

The Public Schools are divided into two departments. Primary 
and Intermediate. The Primary is under the supervision of Miss 
S. D. Mecham. It has fifty pupils. The building is fitted up in 

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242 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 

the most approved style with cast-iron desks, and other modern 
improvements. Intermediate department is under the charge of 
Miss L. H. Crocker. It has forty scholars, who attend School 
ten months in the year. 

School Trustees, L. H. Robinson, N. A. H. Ball, and H. C* 
Brown. 

The proficiency of the pupils and the perfect order and disci- 
pline displayed in the government of the Schools, does credit to 
the judgment and abilities of the ladies having charge of the 
respective departments. There are several private schools here 
where pupils are taught the various educational branches neces-' 
Bary to a thorough education. 



SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 



IMtA-BOlVIC. 

Silver Star Lodge of F. and A. Masons — Under dispensa- 
tion. Date of dispensation 20th June, A. D. 1863. 

Officers of the Lodge : . Wm. G. Alban, W. M.; C. B. Olney, 
S. W.; L. W. Lee, J. W.; S. H. Robinson, Treasurer ; Sig'd 
Ettlinger, Sec'y ; L. B. Frankel, S. D.; S. W. Wright, J. D.; 
M. Frankenheimer, Stewart ; Hugh McLeod, Stewart ; Watson, 
Tyler. 

Members : Henry Donnelly, R. Webber, Wm. Justice, H. 
Jacobson, Sol. Noel, Sam'l Arnold, D. L. Bliss, Jno. A. V. Lan- 
sing, S. A. Kellogg, Edward Shaefer, T. C. Hickhouse, C. W. 
Tozer, F. Y. Snyder, D. McDougal, J. C. White, G. W. Pease, 
M. T. Sisburn, Geo. Clark. 

This Society is in a flourishing condition, and is constantly 
increasing the number of its members. 

I]Vr>EI?E]VI>EIVT OI«,T>EIl OF Or>X> r'ELlL.OTVS. 

WiLDEY Lodge No. 1 — Gold Hill, — Warren Heaton, D. D. 
G. M. for Nevada Territory; H. C. Jacobson, N. G.; Henry 
Donelly, V. G.; E. M. Crane, Sec'y; John DeWitt, Treasurer; 
J. "W. Wright, E. Gushing and W. H. Dolman, Trustees. Meets 
every Tuesday evening of each week. Organized April 1, 1862. 
Numbers ninety members. 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 243 

Pioneer Division No. 1. — Regular meetings held in Odd Fel- 
low's Hall on Wednesday evening of each week. Whole num- 
ber of members, 115. Officers— W. P. Griffin, P. W. P.; Wm. 
Minto, W. P.; E. A. Hyde, R. S.; Morgan Korn, A. R. S.; 

Wing, F. S.; M. 0. Boyle, T.; Thos. Sleigh, Chaplain; A. 

Jewett, C; M. Flynn, A. C; Jeff Hall, I. C; Wm. Burgess, 0. S. 

TOIuI^ HOARDS, mOHTV-A-YS, ETC- 

There are numerous roads leading to and from Gold Hill. The 
main toll road running from Gold Hill through Silver City to 
Dayton, is kept in excellent repair, as all, or a large proportion, 
of the hauling done by quartz and wood teams, and in fact all con- 
veyances going or coming to this place, have to pass over this 
road, from the tolls of which the owner derives a princely reve- 
nue. The road is owned bj W. R.. Armstrong and G. D, Roberts. 
There are numerous other roads which radiate from here to all 
parts of the Territory. 

The Pioneer Stag« Co. between here and California ; the 
Overland Stage to the States ; Langton's Pioneer Line to Dayton 
and Carson ; Russel's Line, and the Fast Freight and Express Co., 
«ach start hourly and daily from this place, besides numerous 
other lines for various parts of the Territory, 

OMIIVIBUSES. 

Crandall's Pioneer Omnibus Line, between Yirginia and Gold 
Hill, runs every half hour, connecting here with a line that car- 
ries passengers to Silver City every half hour. Mr. Crandallis 
one of the pioneer stage men of the Territory— being one of the 
first proprietors of the Pioneer Stage Company. 

There are numerous Banking Houses in this city. Maynard 
& Flood and Almarin B. Paul & Co., have eaeh European cor- 
respondents, thus enabling them to draw direct upon any of the 
principal cities of Europe. 

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HEPBURN $( PETERSON'S 




137 & 139 First Street, San Francisco. 

Tiie Hubscribors woulJ .-all the att ntinn of tlie mining public to their Reciucer and Amalgamator, 
an I m1<o to their 8<»[>:ira,tor for rtducing and sep:irating the miniTal from Gold and Silver Ores. 
Manufactiired and exhibited at the Vulcan Iron Works, Xos. 137 and 139 First street, San Francisco. 

These Macliiuos secure to the Miner a more expeditions and perfect Reduction and Amalgamation, 
a less liability to accident and delay, and a greater amount ol' useful effect in proportion to the 
power employed to k.ep tbern in operation than any other machine now m use for producing similar 
resul's. This flic is attested to by their i^eneril adoption and preference at all the principal Reduc- 
tion Works in Nevada Terrnory ; amoug which m;iy be mentioned the Could & Curry, Silver State 
Reduction Works, i^lioenix Mill, San Francisco Mill, Davis k. Barron Mill, Eastern Slope Mill, Pioneer 
Will, (Ueldiu «: (Jregory Mill, in Aurora.) Kodgers & Grissiu's Mill, L. A. Booth & Co's Mill, Ander- 
so.i A; Sale's Mill. HEPBURN & PKTEKSON. 

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137 and 139 First Street 



Iron Founders, Steam Engine 
Builders and Boiler Makers. 



These Works have lately been increased by the addition of new 
Shops on Fremont Street, doubling the capacity of the original Estab- 
lishment. Their facilities for turning out Machinery promptly and 
efficiently are now unequalled in the State. Their boiler works have 
also been enlarged correspondingly. The Company are now prepared 
to execute orders for all classes of Machinery and Boiler Work, such as 



HEPBUBN & PETEKSON'S Amalgamating and Reducing 

Pans and Separators, Flour Mills, Hydraulic and other 

Presses, Hoisting Machines, Gearing, Pullies, 

Gudgeons, Boxes, Hangers, Etc., Etc., in 

QUAUTZ STAMPERS, SHOES & DIES, 

Warranted to be made of the very hardest and toughest Iron. 

CJiiax'tz Screens of Hxissla Ii'on i>iinelxed. to Order. 

A published list of Patterns of these Works will be sent on application. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

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The CHEAPEST, MOST PORTABLE and EFFECTIVE MACHINE 

ever invented for the application of Water as a motive power. These Wheels 

ARE ENTIRELY MADE OF IiioN, Simple aud not liable to get out of order. 

VULGAi^ IROISa WORKS COMPANY, 

P. TORftUET, Manager. SAM. AITKE:N. C. R. STEIGER. RICHARD IVERS, 

.^^A DIPLOMA was awarded to this Company for the BEST California 
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246 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 

r"OTJT»f DRIES. 

The rapid increase and continual demand for machinery, as 
well as the constant repair, necessary to keep the various mills 
in this District in Working ordet, has given a great stimulus to 
this branch of tfade. 

Pioneer Foundry.— 'This foundry^ as its name indicates, was 
one of the first in the Territory. In 1863, the owner suffered a 
severe loss by having the whole of his foundry burned to the 
ground, with the loss of nearly all of the machinery. With 
characteristic energy he commenced and has now in full blast 
another foundry, which is creditable alike to himself and the 
Territory. The building, which is 126 by 3i) feet, with a wing 
40 by 50, is built of brick, with tin roof, and is now considered 
fire-proof. It has all the latest improvements for turning out all 
kinds of machinery. Attached to the foundry is a machine shop. 

Empire Foundry. — This foundry has recently been built on 
the most approved plan, and has excellent facilities for the manu- 
facture of all kinds of machinery. Situated on the Divide, be- 
tween Virginia and Gold Hill, its location makes it easy of access 
for the surrounding mills. The proprietors, Messrs. Hubbard, 
McAdams & Maxon, have had a life-time experience in the busi- 
ness, and are all practical foundrymen and machinists. 

Another foundry is being erected in Lower Gold Hill, by 
McCondy & Co. 

The Gold Hill (evening) " News " Lynch & Mundall prop'rs, 
was started in 1863, by its present proprietors. The ability and 
judgment displayed in its management has gained for it a repu- 
tation second to none in the Territory. It is noted for its 
plain, out-spoken di.^cussion of every subject that comes within 
its notice, and is remarkable for its devotion to the Union. It 
contains daily a large amount of matter relating to the mines 
of the Territory — the laws of the Territory requiring that all 
assessment sales and other matters relating to the mines shall be 
published in the columns of the nearest paper — has given a pres- 
tige, and brought pecuniary patronage to the " News " which 
none of its cotemporaries enjoy ; it is, undoubtedly, the best pay- 
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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 24T 

judgment and good sense, and the local columns are characterized 
by wit, ability and a desire to keep its readers posted on every- 
thing that takes place within its sphere. 

Daily Morning Message — was started on the 23d May, 1 864, 
by Geo. W. Bloor, D. M. Sandidge and H. W. Johnson. The 
"Message" is issued daily. The experience of the publishers will 
enable them to give to their patrons a valuable paper. It has 
received very complimentary notices from its cotemporaries It 
contains all the current news of the day ; and, no doubt, will 
render itself a welcome visitor to every resident of Gold Hill 
and the Territory 

CITY OFTICI^I-.S. 

City Marshall, S. Arnold ; Police Judge, L. H. Robinson ; 
County Clerk, E. W. Pease; Justice of the Peace, S. A. 
Kellogg ; Board of Trustees, C. H. Van Gorder, President, J, 
V. A. Lansing, L. H. Robinson, C. H. Coover, and G. Douglas ; 
Capt. J. McClory, jailer; Policemen, Thomas Johnson, John 
Householder, Andrew Russell and W. R. Surin. 

QXJA.RTZ >XIi:^lL,S A^7^T> HOISTIIVG TVOHltB. 

The following are the names of Quartz Mills and Hoisting" 
works, with their capacity, in this District : 

Pioneer Mill — Coover & Stephenson proprietors ; was' 
erected in 1860, and claims to be the oldest Mill in the Terri- 
tory, which is clearly illustrated by its present dilapidated exte- 
rior ; although its machinery is not as modern as its neighbors^ 
the experience of its proprietors more than makes up for this 
deficiency. Although its capacities are limited, it has rendered 
larger dividends to its owners than mills of much greater capacity. 
It is a fact worthy of note that the mill is owned and worked by 
its first founders ; it has an eight stamp rotary battery and nine 
amalgamating pans. 

Seales' Mill. — This Mill is owned by Scales & Anderson. It 
was erected in 1862 ; has an engine of sixteen-horse power which 
runs five stamps and five amalgamating pans. The owners of 
this Mill, at an early date, contemplate adding five more stamps 
with six amalgamating pans to be driven by a new engine of fifty- 
horse power 

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Empire Mill No. 2. — Owned by the Empire Mill and Miuing 
Company, is situated in Gold Hill. It has an engine of sixty- 
horse power which drives sixteen stamps, two rock breakers of 
two thousand pounds each, with fifty-two amalgamating pans. 
R. N. Graves superintendent. This Company intend adding 
thirty more stamps, twenty "wheelers" and a new engine of 
one hundred and fifty-horse power, during the coming Summer. 
This is one of the most extensive Quartz Mills in Gold Hill. 

The Imperial Mill.— The property of the Imperial Mill and 
Mining Company ; situated in Lower Gold Hill ; was erected in 
1860. It has forty-four stamps, sixty-six amalgamating pans and 
is driven by an engine of forty-horse power. This Mill has re- 
cently had sixteen new stamps added to it, and is classed among 
the finest in the District. It is under the superintendence of J. 
C. Corey. 

Petaluma Mill. — Owned by S. L. Greely ; is situated in 
Lower Gold Hill. It runs eight stamps, and fourteen pans with 
an engine of twenty -horse power, built at the Pacific Foundry, 
San Francisco. S. L. Greeley superintendent. 

Sapphire Mill. — This Mill is owned by the Sapphire Mill C o 
It was built in 1862 ; has sixteen stamps and forty pans, which 
are driven by an engine of thirty-five-horse power. Under the 
superintendence of J. B. Gaznon. This Company intend adding 
new boilers during the Summer. 

The Pacific Mill. — Messrs. C. B. Land & Co., have just 
erected a mill below the Pioneer Foundry, to which they have 
given the above name. The main building is 100 feet in length 
by 72 in breadth. The machinery is from the Miners' Foundry, 
San Francisco. The engine is of 120-horse power, cylinder 
16 inch, 3 feet stroke. It has two boilers, 16 feet long and 48 
inches in diameter. It runs 40 stamps, and one of Blake's pa- 
tent crushers, together. with pans sufficient to amalgamate 40 tons 
per day, which is about the working capacity of the mill. 

Succour Mill. — Built in 1862 ; is situated in Lower Gold 
Hill. It runs 15 stamps, 24 pans ; has a 34-horse engine ; owned 
by George Stead & Co. D. B. Hunt, superintendent. 

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Douglas Mill — Formerly known as tlie Centreville Mill, is 
owned by Messrs. Gilbert, Douglas & Starr ; situated in Lower 
Gold Hill. It was erected in 1861 ; has 10 stamps, 24 pans, and 
an engine of 24-horse power. The machinery was built at the 
Fulton Foundry. 

Marysville Mill. — Owned by Rule, O'Neil & Co.; has an 
engine of 25-horse power ; runs 9 stamps, 30 pans, and was built 
in 1861. 

Granite Mill. — Was built in 1861 ; owned by Truett, Darst 
& Harris. This Mill runs 16 stamps, 16 pans, and 2 separators, 
with an engine of 40-horse power. It is located in Gold Hill 
proper, and the material with which it is built is stone. It is the 
only Quartz Mill in the Territory which is considered to be fire- 
proof. The building is 86 by 43 feet. 

Comet Mill. — Owned by Nealand & Requa ; has battery of 
16 stamps ; employs 8 men ; superintended by Isaac Requa ; is 
situated a short distance back of the city. For amalgamating 
purposes, it has 32 4-feet pans. 

Crown Point Mill. — This mill is owned by the Crown Point 
Gold and Silver Mining Company. It was erected in 1861 ; 
situated in Crown Point Ravine. It has 8 stamps, 14 amalga- 
mating pans, and is driven by an engine of 40-horse power. H. 
Woodcock, superintendent. 

Union Mill. — Owned by the Union Mill and Mining Co. Is 
situated in Gold Hill ; has 8 stamps 12 pans, and is driven by a 
25-horse power engine. Was built in 1861. 

Gold Hill Mill. — Owned by the Gold Hill Mining Company^ 
Built in 1861 ; building 74 by 35 feet ; runs 13 stamps and 24 
pans, with an engine of 35-horse power, from the Pacific Foun- 
dry, San Francisco. The Mill is under the supervision of Chas. 
Pioda. 

Eclipse Mill. — Owned by the Eclipse Mill and Mining Co. 
Built in 18b0 ; located in Gold Hill ; runs 15 stamps, 12 pans, 
with an engine of 40-horse power. Employs 10 men. 

American Flat Mill. — Situated two and a half miles from 
Gold Hill ; was built in 1861 ; engine 25-horse power, and built 
at the Union Iron Works, San Francisco. 

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RiGBY & Co.'s Mill. — Situated at head of American Ravine. 
Machinery from the Pacific Foundry, San Francisco. 

St. Louis Co.'s Mill. — Is situated in Gold Canon, a short 
distance above the Devil's Gate ; building 60 by 50 feet ; engine 
40-horse power. The machinery was built at the Miner's Foun- 
dry, San Francisco. 

Bowers' Mill. — Built and owned by L. S. Bowers. It is situ- 
ated in Crown Point Ravine, Gold Hill ; runs 20 stamps and 30 
pans, with an engine of 30-horse power. Under the superinten- 
dence of James Mee. 

Stewart & Co.'s Mill. — Located on Gold Canon, a short dis- 
tance below Gold Bill ; was erected in the fall of 1861. This 
is one of the largest Mills in the Territory, and for convenience 
.and perfection of arrangement, is not surpassed by any. 

Rhode Island Mill. — Is owned by G. L. Smith, T. Y. Bar- 
ney and H. B. Potter. This Mill is situated in Gold Hill ; runs 
25 stamps and 20 pans, with an engine of 40-horse power. G. 
L. Smith, s.uperintendent. It is classed amongst the finest in the 
District. 

HOISTINO Tvomt®. 

Alta Hoisting Works. — Owned by the Imperial Company; 
built in 1863 ; situated in Upper Gold Hill ; size 80 by 40. 

Empire Hoisting Works. — Owned by the Empire Mill and 
Mining Company; erected in 1863; has an engine of 45-horse 
power ; employs 60 men ; size of building 65 by 40 ; wing 40 
by 41 — making a front of 66 feet. 

Eclipse Hoisting Works. — Built in 1863, and owned by the 
Eclipse Company. Has a shaft 12 feet long by 4 wide, divided 
into three departments ; engine 25-horse power. 

Consolidated No. 1. — Owned by the Consolidated Mining 
Company. Constructed in 1863 ; engine of 18-horse power. 

The Rice Company work their Mine through the Consolidated 
Company's Shaft. 

Crcesus Works. — Situated in Gold Hill ; built in 1864 ; size 
of building 86 by 50. Has an engine of 50-horse power. 

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Bullion Hoisting Works. — Owned by the Bullion Mining 
Company; situated in Upper Gold Hill, These Works were 
erected in 1853 ; has an engine of 40-horse power. This Com- 
pany is putting up a new engine. It is the best finished Hoisting 
apparatus in Gold Hill. J. M. Walker, general superintendent. 

Belcher Hoisting Works. — Erected in 1864. Size of main 
building, 40 by 65 ; carpenter shop, 20 by 40 ; has an engine of 
30-horse power ; employs 45 men. Superintended by John Lam- 
bert. 

Michigan Mining and Hoisting Works. — Owned by the 
Michigan Mining Co. Went into operation in 1864 ; has an 
engine of 16-horse power ;»size of building 16 by 35 ; this Com- 
pany employs 15 men. Under the supervision of Geo. Swernson. 

Mary Ann Mining Co's Works— In Gold Hill District ; built 
in 1864; comtemplate erecting additional machinery during the 
Summer ; which, when completed, will be amongst the finest and 
most complete hoisting works in the Territory. 

Confidence Hoisting Works. — Situated in Gold Hill ; was 
constructed in 1863 ; is owned by the Confidence Mining Com- 
pany ; engine 35-horse power. Matthew Irwing superintendent. 

Logan & Holmes' Hoisting Works. — Was built in 1862 ; 
located in Gold Hill ; has an engine of 60-horse power. 

Lutherne Hoisting Works.— Situated in Lower Gold Hill ; 
size 27 by 65 feet ; has an engine of 24-horse power ; owned by 
the San Francisco Company, and superintended by William 
Henicks. 

Omega Mining Company. — This Company are about erecting 
machinery on their claim 

Minerva Mining Company. — This Company have ordered 
machinery and contemplate erecting it during the Summer. 

Alpha Mining Works. — Owned by the Alpha Mining Com- 
pany ; was built in 1863 ; is situated on Upper Gold Hill ; has 
an engine of 30-horse power. 

Yellow Jacket Mining Works — Situated in Gold Hill, ad- 
joining the Confidence Works, is owned by the Yellow Jacket 
Mining Co. These Works have got hoisting works and ma- 
chinery which is not excelled by any in the District. Engine 
house is 36 by 52 feet ; timber house 52 by 46 ; the main shaft is 
down a distance of 300 feet. About 70 tons of ore is taken out 
daily. This Company have also an incline of 275 feet, through 
which the mine is being worked until it is struck by the main 
shaft. The engine is 40-horse power and was bnil't at the Mi- 
ner's Foundry, San Francisco. J. B. Winters, President ; Sam'l 
Hyatt, Sec'y; James M. Day, Superintendent. 

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bds.. boards, n.. north, s.. south. nr..near. res.. reside, op. .opposite, 
ad . . advertisements. 

Adams Geo. miner Consolidated Mine 

Alexander, , teamster Eclipse Mill 

Alford H. F. brakesman Michigan Mine 

Alford Chas. blacksmith Michig-an Mining Co 

Allabough James, miner, bds Meakan's Boarding House n Main 

Allen A. W. pattern maker Fulton Foundry 

Allen Miss M. Gem Saloon, oposite Gold Hill "News" office 

Allen A. P. miner N. A. F. Pd 

Ames G. E. engineer Gold Hill 

Anderson John, cook at G. E. Hotel, Main 

Anderson A. engineer Michigan Mine 

Anderson J. Y. miner Divide 

Anderson H. G. foundryman P. F 

ANDERSON J. W. bds Wliite House, Main 

Appersou J. A. att'y res Main 

Apple Robt. sup't N. A. Mining Co 

Applegate Geo. miner Empire Mining Co 

Armstrong W. H. millwright Crown Point Ravine 

ARNOLD SAM'L, City Marshal, office Main, Maynard's Block 

Atchison H. C. miner Uncle Sam Mine 

Atcheson H. C. miner, bds G. E. Hotel 

Atherton Thos. feeder Petaluma Mill 

Atwater M. D. teamster Divide 

AYLSWORTH G. W. Eclipse Livery Stable, Main 

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Bach John, miner Ferrell Mine 

Bacon Hiram, City Trustee 

Bailey Wm. miner Divide 

Bailey M. W. miner, Main 

Bailey I. H. miner, bds Winnies House, south Telegraph 

Bailey H, H. miner. Divide 

Balablega F. brakesman Michigan Mine 

Balaeseja F. brakesman Michigan Mining Co 

BALL F. P. prop'r Canon House, 

Ball N. A, H. cashier Maynard & Flood, res south Telegraph 

Ballad J, W, engineer Succor Mill 

Balloon F. miner Michigan Mine 

BARNES THOS. L. physician and surgeon, Vesey's Hotel 

Barber Wm. M. blacksmith Eclipse Mine 

Barber Oscar T. tinsmith Bittners & Co. Main 

Barbers Asa, amalgamator Petaluma Mill 

Barker H. miner, bds White House 

Barnes W. H. clerk Post Office, res Telegraph 

Barnes W. W. foreman Gold Hill " News " office 

Barnes H. M. clerk Vesey Hotel 

Barnct R. P. engineer Coover's Mill, Main 

Barney T. V. prop'r Rhode Island Mill, Lower Gold Hill 

Barnhart J. miner, res Gold Hill 

Barritt Jno. miner Alta Mining Co 

Barry Jas. rock-breaker Granite Mill 

Bartlett V. C. prop'r milk ranch. Main 

Bartlett David, prop'r milk ranch, Main 

Barton W. miner Empire Mining Co 

BATES J. S. sup't Alpha Mining Co 

Bates J. S. miner, High 

Bates Thos. miner Alpha Mining Co 

Baum M. steward Fai-hion Restaurant, Main 

Beals A. J. Photographic Gallery, Main 

Beals A. J. dentist. Main 

Becker Jacob, Pioneer Bakery, Main 

Beckwith Chas. snp't Consolidated No. 1 

Beckworth Geo. engineer north Bowers 

BEEGAN WM. H. constable, office Main, (see adv) 

Beegan Stephen, ass't foreman Eclipse Mine 

Begeman Fredrick, clerk Perry & Leichter, Main 

Begley M. workman Lnperial Mill 

Begon Louis, res Main 

Bell J. miner, bds Mrs. Long's, south Telegraph 

Bell Wm. carpenter Gold Hill Mine 

Bell Jas. miner. Main 

Bell Jno. laborer Eclipse Mill 

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Beman A. carpenter Empire Mining Co 

Bemus A. miner Consolidated Mine 

BENITZ ADOLF, Fashion Restaurant, Main, (see adv) 

Bentz Jas. laborer Rhode Island Mill, Main 

Bergan J. miner Empire Mining Co 

Bercularins G. carpenter Empire Mining Co 

Berran Jno. miner, American 

Berry D. E. teamster, south Main 

Berry T. laundry, res Main 

Berrick Wm. workman Bowers Mine 

Berrick Geo. workman Bowers Mine 

Binns J. D. bds White House 

Birger F. A. Bank Exchange, Main 

Birmingham J. engineer Crown Point Mill, s Telegraph 

Bish J. bar-tender Colburn's Saloon, Main 

Bishop S. physician and surgeon, Main 

Bishop Wm. W. attorney, north Main 

Bishop F. miner, American 

Bittner Eugene, hardware merchant, res Main 

Black David, blacksmith Whittaker's shop 

Blackman T. H. sign painter, res Tunnel Road 

Blanchard & Hardy, teamsters, office opposite Vesey Hotel 

Blanchard H. C. teamster, Telegraph 



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Bloomfield E. cigar stand, res Main 

Blouin Peter, stock broker and sec'y, Main 

Blueet J. miner, north Tunnel Road 

Bluett W. B. carpenter 

Blumer L. miner Michigan Mine 

BODEMER & SCHWBIS, brewers, Main 

BODEMER F. brewer Main 

Bond A. boiler maker, Pioneer "Works 

Bone F, W. north American 

Bonnemont C. M. workman Bowers' Mine, Main 

Book Wm. blacksmith Alta Mine 

Boon Harvey, miner, Bowers 

Boon M. ass't foreman Consolidated Mine 

Boone G-. B. prop'r Gold Hill Foundry, res Lower G-. H. 

Booth Thos. miner Calidonia Claim 

BOPE M. M. carpenter. Main 

Bourret Louis, bar-keeper Miner's Hotel, Main 

Bowlin G. C. miner 

Bownuin H. miner, south Telegraph 

Bowman Juo. miner. Bowers 

Booyar R. at Maynard & Flood's, Main 

Boyle M. miner Empire Mining Co 

Boyle E. brakesman N. A. Mining Co 

Bradley J. A. blacksmith Eclipse Mill 

Brant J. C. laborer Fulton Foundry 

Braslin Wm. workman Empire Mill No. 2 

Breen Peter, miner Caladonia Tunnel 

Brent Jno. miner Branch Mint Claim 

Brently C. H. Main 

Brewer J. miner 

Brigham Edward, engineer, bds Barnes' Hotel 

Brittain Wm, miner Challange Mine 

Brittingham Wm. miner Potosi Claim 

Brodek R. at Maj^er & Fliedner's, res Main 

Brodhun Chas. tailor. Main 

Brooks J. W. chief engineer Centreville Mill 

Brooke H. C. stock broker and notary public, office opposite 

" News " office 
Brooks A. D. sec'y Challange Mining Co. Main 
Brosseau M. machinist Crown Point Ravine 
Brown Wm. miner Eclipse Mine 
Brown Wm. miner, res Telegraph 
Brown N. L. teamster Russell & Co 
Brown F. miner Fremont Mine 
Brown G. W. sup't Fremont Claim 
Brown B. F. miner Solpherino Claim 
Brown Jno. foundryman Pioneer Foundry 
Brown Wm. miner, bds Meakan's boarding house. Main 

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Brown G. M. driver Pioneer Omnibus Line, res Main 

Brown K. M. driver Pioneer Omnibus Line, res Main 

Brown W. S. engineer Eclipse Mill, Main 

Brown A. B. lumber merchant. Main 

Brown G. T. miner 

Buckley J. miner Alta Mining Co ' 

Buckman O. F. clerk Korn Bros 

Bulm J. S. at Mayer & Fliedner's, Main 

BULLOCK J. K. millwright. Main 

BURNS & CO. grocers, etc., Main, Lower G. H. 

Burans Jas. B. ass't blacksmith with Hill, Main 

Burbank Chas. helper Bunsches' shop, Main 

Burk W. T. melter Fulton Foundry 

Burk Jno. miner Summit 

Burke D. miner Crown Point Ravine 

BURNS WM. S. of Burns & Co. grocer, res Placerville, Cal 

Burns J. J. miner Empire Mining Co. 

Burns M. miner, bds Meakan's boarding house, n Main 

BURNETT GEO. G. stock broker and mining recorder, office 

Maynard's Block 
Butler Wm. carpenter, south Telegraph 
BUTSCH VALENTINE, wagon maker and blacksmith, Maia 

opposite Golden Eagle Hotel (see ad) 
.Byrne P. miner Empire Mining Co 
Byrne M. miner Belcher Mining Co 
Byrne R. miner Empire Mining Co 
Byrne D. miner Empire Mining Co 




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Caldwell S. moulder P. F 

Caldwell Edwin stock broker Maynard's Block 

Cambell James, amalgamator Petaluma Mill 

Campbell Thomas, miner Overman Mine 

Campbell Jolin, miner Challange Mine 

Campbell & Hereford, physicians, Main 

CAMPBELL S. D. physician Main 

Campbell J. A. laborer Eclipse Mill 

Camel J. D. miner, bds Canon House 

Cameron M. miner Empire Mining Co 

Camron C. rock-breaker Imperial Mill 

CANON HOUSE, by F. P. Ball 

Capen C. C. clerk Koru Bros 

Carl M. miner Empire Mining Co 

Carley James, whim driver Uncle Sam Sr. Lower G. H 

Carlton John, teamster south Main 

Carman C. W. miner N. Tunnel Road 

Carpenter J. miner 

Carruthers Geo. machinist Fulton F 

Carruthers J. R. machinist Fulton F 

Carves J. B. miner north Bowers 

Carwell E. miner 

Casey Barney, ass't engineer Petaluma Mill 

Castello J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Caven E. carpenter Belcher Mining Co 

Cawley John, laborer Eclipse Mill 

Chaderton E. moulder Fulton F 

Chamberlain J. miner Belcher Mining Co 

Chant Chas. wheelwright Whitaker's shop 

Charters S. miner N. Bowers 

Chase I. M. of Todd & Chase, res Main 

Chisliolm John, miner Eclipse jMine 

Chubl)uck S. W. Teleo-raph 

Chubbuck S. W. clerk Post Office 

Clap]) D. L. millwright Main 

Clark Lemuel, teamster 

Clark Geo. G. stable keeper Main 

Clark R. E. miner N. Main 

Clark Geo. anial. Lnperial Mill 

Clay W. miner Empire Mining Co 

Clinton David, su])'t Clinton & Hubb's Mining Claim 

Clippard Frank, miner Elipse Mine 

Clute H. laboi-er Fulton F 

'Coad John, miner Divide 

Cochran J. miner N. A, Mining Co 

Cochran M. mechanic G. H. Quartz Mill 

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Cocran E. engineer Lutherne Works 

Cohn & Co. grocers Main 

Cohu E. D. grocer Main 

COLBOURN J. E Nevada Saloon, Main 

Colby C. S. foreman Petalmna Mill, Main 

Colby A. laborer 

Cole A. P. miner Uncle Sam 

COLE & McCRARY, grocers and provisions, opositc Rhode 

Island Mill 
Cole Gr. J. grocer Lower G-. H 
Coleman Cherry M. at JButsch's 
Coleman P. miner Alpha Mining Co 
Collimore Jas. carpenter Eclipse Mine 
Collins S. miner Consolidated Mine 
Collins T. miner Empire Mining Co 
Collins D. miner N. American Mining Co 
Colter Robt. teamster Eclipse Mill 
Colton A. carpenter Belcher Mining Co 
Connors J. D. carpenter Eclipse Mine 
Connell S. B. bookeeper N. Tunnel Road 
Conely M. J. miner Taylor Claim 
Connett John, blacksmith Consolidated Mine 
Connor Jerry, miner Challange Mine 
Conwell W. 0. sec'y Mary Ann Co. Main 
Cook E. C. grocer, Main 
Cook A. saddler at McMartin's, Main 
Cook B. J. carpenter, Virginia 
Cook R. miner Cold Canon Claim 
Cook Wm. miner, res Gold Hill 
Cook Thomas, miner Keystone Mine 
Coover Chas. S; prop'r Coover's Mill, Main 
Coover C. H. City Trustee, res Main 
Corbery Jno. miner 
CORBETT & MOORE, prop'rs Pioneer Boiler Works, Lower 

Gold Hill 
Corbett R. L. boiler maker, res Lower Gold Hill 
Corey J. C. sup't Imperial Mining Co 
Corsby P. miner North American Mining Co 
Coursolles L. G. A. Langton's Express Agent 
Cousins C. S. Main 

Cowan D. K. street-waterman, res south Main 
Cowen A. cook. Divide 
Craiger R. workman at McMartin's, Main 
Craiger M.workman at McMartin's, saddler 
CRAIGHEAD & RICHE, City Market, Main 
Craighead W. G. Meat Market, Main 
Crandell H. miner, south Main 
CRANDALL J. B. prop'r Pioneer Omnibus Lino, res Main 

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Crane E. M. brakesman Eclipse Mine 

Creamer John, miner McLellan Claim 

Crocker Jolni, North A 

Crocker & Co. o^rocers, Main 

Crocker J. grocer Main 

Croft T. F.l)ookeepcr for Flagg & Co. res Telegraph 

Cromwell J. P. fireman, bds C;ifion House 

Crosby Wm. miner bds Enos Hotel 

Cross Thos. brakeraan Eclipse Mine 

Crow A. M. Inmber merchant, Divide 

Crowley Mat. miner Empire Mining Co 

Cryneinan G. miner N. American Mining Co 

Curran Hngh, shoemaker, Main 

Curtis B. miner Consolidated Mine 

Curtis J. H. engineer Belclier Mining Co 

CUSHING E. Tinner, Main 



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Dacy J. miner 

Dailey Hugh, miner 

Dale Levi, carpenter Marysville Mill 

Daley Tlios. minor Eclipse Mine 

Daley Peter, amal. Empire Mill No. 2 

Daley T. miner Empire Mining Co 

Dallis Gr. miner Empire Mining Co 

Daly James, Divide 

Daly Clias ass't amal. Union Mills 

Dais Thomas, Engineer Marysville Mill 

Darst Osmer, of Darst, Harris & Co 

Darst, Harris & Truett, prop'rs Granite Mill, Main 

Dourney B. miner Challange Mine 

Davis G-. S. engineer Elipse Mine 

Davis D. H. Boomerang Saloon 

Davis S. G. ass't amal. Imperial Mill 

Davis T. at Hankins barber shop, Main 

Davidson John, miner Belcher Claim 

Davol Wm. C. stock broker. Telegraph 

Day James M. of Yellow Jacket 

DECHRER F. H. sisyn painter, res Tunnel Road 

Decker E. A. printer ^Gold Hill "News" 

Deely Ed. workman Centreville Mill 

Denise R. C. teamster Lower Gold Hill 

Denise Wm. H. teamster, res Lower Gold Hill 

Denny J. J. drugist I. 0. 0. F. Building, cor Main & Blanchard 

Denny C. W. of Denny & Son 

Denver Frank, contractor and builder, res n Howard, Virginia 

Desotel Moses, saloon, Divide 

Devine E. miner Consolidated Mine 

DeWitt John, res Gold Hill 

Dicks John, miner Yellow Jacket 

Dickenson B. sup't patern and moulders, Fulton F 

Dickey Geo. W. moulder P. Foundry 

DIEHL THOMAS, R, lumber dealer, oflfice West Side G. H 

Diemier J. miner, Divide 

Dignen M. miner Empire Mining Co 

Dillon Daniel, miner Challange Mine 

DINSMORE & AYLSWORTH, livery stable keepers, Main, 

DINSMORE A. of Dinsmore & Aylsworth 

Dimond Henry, miner Consolidated Mine 

Dimond Thos. miner Consolidated Mine ' 

Dodd B. miner Sunrise Co. Bowers' Ravine 

Dodds Miss 0. M. lodging house. Telegraph 

Dolen M. J. miner, north Main 

Dolliff J. carpenter Consolidated Mine 

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Dolliss A. J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Dolman & Clark, feed stable, Main 

Dolman W. H. stable keeper, Main 

Donahue John, moulder Fulton F 

Donahue F. boiler maker at Pioneer Boiler Works 

Donahue Thomas, clerk at Nevada Hotel Main 

Donaly Henry, foreman Imperial Mine 

Donohue M. boot and shoe store, Main 

Dondridge D. miner Divide 

Donely Henry, res Gold Hill 

Donhone W. C. miner, bds Canon House 

Donn Wm. miner, bds Winne's Boarding House, s Telegraph 

Dooley P. miner N. American Mining Co 

Dooley P. miner Eclipse Mine 

Dor John, miner Challange Mine 

Doublebiss Jacob, enginer, Lower Gold Hill 

Douglas G. prop'r Centreville Mill, res Lower Gold Hill 

Douglass E. driver Pioneer Buss Line, res Main 

Dowd Patrick, miner Belcher Claim 

Doyle John E. barkeeper Bank Exchange, Main 

Doyle P, miner Empire Mining Co 

Drake Wm. miner, bds Winne's Boarding House, s Telegraph 

Drennan John, carpenter, res Virginia City 

Dwier Robert, ass't blacksmith Bowers' Mill 

Dwyer Jas. amalgamator Bowers' Mill 

Dwyer R. blacksmith Bowers' Mill 

Dun, Mac miner 

Duo-an Wm. machinist Fulton P 

Dugan Wm. miner, north Main 

Dugherty W. moulder Fulton F 

Duglass G. City Trustee 

Dunn 0. miner Michigan Mine 

Duncan Paul, blacksmith at P. F 

Duncan J. miner Alpha Mining Co 

Dunham W. miner Empire Mining Co 

Dunkan Henry, Milk Ranch workman, main 

Dupray D. M. blaeksmiih bds White House 

Dupry G. miner, south Telegraph 

Dutton B. miner south Telegraph 

Dwyer Robert, miner Bowers' Mine 



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Earl J. D. carman Consolidated Mine 

Eastman 0. res Gold Hill 

ECKERT HENRY, blacksmith, Main 

ECLIPSE IJVERY STABLE, Dinsmore & Aylsworth, Main, 

(see ad) 
Edwards John, carpenter 
Edwards Wm. stock broker, Lower Gold Hill 
Edwards Joseph, printer Gold Hill ''News" 
Egan T. miner N. American Mining Co 
Egan J. F. foreman North American Mining Co 
Elliot Wm. miner Bowers' Mine 
Elliott P. miner Empire Mining Co 
Ellis J. miner Empire Mining Co 
Ellis E. miner Belcher Mining Co 
Elwell Ben. night-watch Fulton P 
Elwell Wm. engineer Scale Mill 
Emerson J. M. butcher Gold Hill Market, Main 
Emery G. miner 

Englebert John, ass't amalgamator Imperial Mill 
Ensus Thomas, miner Eclipse Mine 
Estes Samuel, moulder Fulton F 
Ettlinger S. grocer, Main 

Eugene Bittner & Co. hardware merchants, north Main 
Evans Isaac, Main 

Evans Nelson, engineer Lucerne Hoisting Works 
Evans Frank, brakesman Eclipse Mine 
Everitt Wm. miner Summit 
Ewing L. foundrvman at P. F 
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Faffan F. miner, American 

Failohae Thos. miner Uncle Sam Claim 

Farley Wm. miner Tayloi* Claim 

Farnsworth F. helper Whitaker's shop, Main 

Farnsworth J. feeder Union Mill, Main 

FASHION RESTAURANT, by A. Bcnitz, Main 

Fay Michael, waiter A. R. Gaines, Main 

Fay Thos, clerk A. R. Gaines, Main 

Feeney Jas. miner Michigan Mine 

Feeney P. rock-breaker Bowers' Mill 

Feeney F. miner Michigan Mining Co 

Fegan J. B. assay er Empire Mill No. 2 

Fenton John, miner 

Ferguson H. J. feeder Granite Mill 

Fewry Jas. miner 

Fieny Eugene, laborer Bowers' Mill 

Filley Thompson M. bar-tender Bank Exchange, Main 

FINCH'S SALOON, Thos. E. Finch, Main 

FINCH T. E. Finch Saloon, south Main 

Fink L. engineer Alpha Mining Co 

Fink Levi, miner, N. A. F. Road 

Fitsch Frank, bar-keeper Globe Hotel, Main 

Fitzpatrick M. boarding house, Lower G. H. 

FLAGG H H. & CO. stock and commission agents. Post Office 

Building (see ad) 
FLAGG H. H. of H. H. Flagg & Co. Maynard's Block 
Flanagin Patrick, miner Caladonia Tunnel 
Flannagan P. miner 

Fleuer 0. D. whim-driver Consolidated Co. Mine 
Fliedner C. of Mayer & Fliedner, barber, Main 
Fliedner G. barber. Main 
Flinigan P. miner Eclipse Mine 
Flinn .Jas. miner Michigan Mine 
FLOOD J. W. of Maynard & Flood 
Fogerty A. miner Consolidated Mine 
Foley Thos. miner Consolidated Mine 
Foley Wm. miner North American Mining Co 
Folkner Hugh, miner Crown Point Ravine 
Folson D. li. stone-breaker Coover's IMill, Main 
Forl)S Jas. workman Bowers' Mill 
Ford 0. miner Empire Mining Co 
Foreman Chas. sup't Eclipse Woi'ks 
Forks T. carpenter Empire Mining Co 
FORMAN CHAS. sup't Eclipse Mill and Mining Co. Main 
Foster Edward, cook Gold Hill Hotel, Main 
Foulkner H. miner Empire Mining Co 

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Fountain Leonard, wagon maker Butschs' shop 

Fowler C. foundryman Pioneer Foundry 

Fox Geo. carpenter Eclipse Mine 

Fox Anthony, stock broker, Maynard's Building 

Fox J. carpenter Consolidated Mine 

Fox Philip, miner North American 

Frank Wm. miner A. F. Road 

Frank Jos. tailor, Main 

Frankel L. B. Main 

Fraukcnheinier M. of Frankenheimer & Co. res Main 

Frankenheimer M. & Co. merchants, Main 

Fraser Fred, stewart White House 

Fraser A. machinist Fulton Foundry 

Frasier 0. carpenter Belcher Mining Co 

Frasier J. miner Belcher Mining Co 

French H. amalgamator Petaluma Mill 

Fritz Jno. amalgamator Gold Hill Mill 

Frost Henry, engineer N. A. Mining Co 

Frost Henry, miner, bds Wine's boarding house, s Telegraph 

Fry Geo. miner, bds Canon House 

Fulda L. clerk Cohn & Co. Main 

FULTON FOUNDRY, Thos. Jones, prop'r, Divide bet Virginia 

and Gold Hill, (see ad) 
Funston. Densmore & Co. saloon, Main 
FUNSTON M. H. of Funston, Densmore & Co. saloon, Main 

H. H. FLAGG. E. M. PLATT, 

H. H. FLAGa & CO., 



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Office, Post Office Building, Maynard's Block. 

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GAGNON EDWARD, of Quick & Gagnon, Nevada Market, 

Lower Gold Hill, (see ad) 
GAINES R. prop'r Exchange Hotel, Main, (see ad) 
Gallegar James, miner, A. F. Road 
Galligher James, miner Michigan Mine 
GAMBLE E. A. apothecary, res High, (see ad) 
Garrety T. miner N. American Mining Co 
Garrett R. S. foreman Clinton & Hubb's Claim Lower G. H. 
GASTON WM. physician and surgeon, bds next door to Vesey 

Hotel 
Geds Chas. H. cook San Francisco Restaurant, Main 
George J. blacksmith New Oregon Mine 
Gibbin B. miner Consolidated Mine 
Gibbons B. miner. Bowers 
Gibney James, laborer Eclipse Mill 
Gidden C. carpenter Alpha Mining Co 
Gill Thomas, miner 
Gill E. miner, Lower G. H 
Gillespie A. engineer Union Mill, Main 
Gilmore Wm. miner bds at Mrs. Long's, south Telegraph 
Geoynuen D. miner Uncle Sam Claim 
Gliddon P. blacksmith N. American Mine 
Glynn A. miner bds at Meahan's Boarding House, north Main 
Goff T. A. chief engineer Alta Mine 
Gokey A. moulder Fulton F 
GOLD J. M. Billiard Saloon, Main 

GOLD HILL BREWERY, Main, opposite A. B. Paul's Bank 
GOODRICH C. B. mining sec'y Gold Hill 
Good Thos. foreman Pioneer 0. B. stables, Main 
Goodson G. carpenter N. A. F. Road 
Gordon J. miner Empire Mining Co 
Gordon D. miner Empire Mining Co 
Goss Wm. H. physician, Main 
Goss J. lumber dealer, Divide 
Gottleib J. miner N. American Mining Co 
Gould A. J. mining sup't, Main 
GOULD A. JACKSON, wheelwright, Main 
Grant Robert, teamster Scale's Mill 
Gray W. D. foreman Imperial Mill 
Gray W. H. amalgamator Imperial Mill 
Gray N. Hostler Eclipse stable. Main 
Green 0. E. clerk Pioneer F 
Greenwood 0. amalgamator Bower's Mill 
Greeley A. L. prop'r Petaluma Mill, Main 
Grey Geo. miner 
Griffin W. P. miner 

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NOT INFERIOR TO ANY IN THE CITY, 

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268 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY, 

Griifen T, miner N. American Mining Co 
Griffin Wm. P. miner, res Main 
Griswold C. foundryraan Pacific F 
Griswold K. 0. ore-worker Pacific F 
Groin Clias. miner, bds at Winne's, soutli Telegraph 
GROVE F. J. watchmaker and jewelry, res Main 
Grow S. G. miner, bds Canon House 
Guest Z. miner Divide 
Guire James, amalgamator Bowers' Mill 
Guin James, miner Diride 
Guele E. workman G. H. Brewery 

GOLD HILL FOUNDRY &" MACHINE SHOP, Herrick, 
McCurdy & Co., Main 

OFFICE : 

Corner of Main and Blanchard Streets, 



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^tx §m & gilliard Mlmi, 

IN MUSTO BRICK BUILDING, 

Opposite "Wells, U^ai'go «fc Co.'s Express. 

llw §fst l^ww, pi|Mig ail ilpw, 

ALTVAYS ON HAND, J, M. GOLD & CO. 

S. SCHWEIS. F. BODEMER. 



BODEMER & SCHWEIS, Proprietors, 

OPPOSITE A. B. PAUL'S BANKING HOUSE. 
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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 269 

HAAS & CO. diy goods merchants, Main, (see ad) 

HAAS S. of Haas & Co. dry goods merchants, Mainl ] 

HAAS D. of Haas & Co. dry goods merchants, Maia 

Hacker Chas. amalgamator Empire Mill No. 2 

Hadley G. S. tin and coppersmith, Main 

Haflin M. feeder Bowers' Mill 

Hagler D, B. sup't Bowers' Mill, Main 

HALE W. E. notary public and commissioner for California, at 

Wells, Fargo & Co's, (see ad) 
Hale Wm. E. clerk Wells, Fargo & Co's 
Hall J. miner Belcher Mining Co 
Hall E. miner. Telegraph 
Hall J. M. physician, res Main 
Halligan Jas. miner Bowers' Mine 
Halligan H. miner Bowers' Mine 
Hammell T. miner N. A. F. Road 
Hamerslag A. clerk Haas & Co. Main 
Hamilton Wm. teamster 

Hannaman Jno. hostler Pioneer Omnibus, Main 
Hanranhen Jas. bar-keeper White & Youst, Main 
Harbaugh F. workman Fulton Foundry 
Harding Jno. moulder Pioneer Foundry 
Hardy G. W. teamster, res American Plat Road 
Hargrave B. F. miner Confidence Mining Co 
Hargrave B. F. miner Challange Mine 
Hargrave B. miner N. A. F. Road 
Harkins W. miner Belcher Mining Co 
Harper Jas. miner Keystone Mine 
Harrigan B. workman Imperial Mill 
Harrington S. engineer N. American Mining Co 
Harris J. tailor. Main 
Harris Jno. of Darst, Harris & Co. 
HARRIS H. assayer, office Banking House of Almarin B. Paul 

& Co. (see ad) 
Harris J. miner, south Telegraph 
Harris Jno. miner Keystone Mine 
Harris E. clothing, res Main 
Harris W. carpenter Belcher Mining Co 
Harrold Mrs. boarding house, Lower G. H. 
Hart G. A. Sample Rooms, Main 
Harvey Wm. miner N. A. F. Road 
Haub Geo. assistant Fountain House 
Haub Conrad, boarding house. Lower G. H. 
Haub Jno. assistant Fountain House 
HAUCK L. A. Hart's Saloon, Main 
HAWKINS H. B. associate editor Gold Hill '' News " 

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OFFICE WITH WELLS, FARGO & CO., 



13:. H^V^IFLI^LXS, 
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Office with A. B. Paul & Co., Odd Fellows Building. 



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Opposite Post Office, GOX,B 3QCXX.X. 

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GOLD HILL DIEECTORY. 271 

Hawkins Jas. miner, bds Winning's boarding house, s Telegraph 

Hawkins Geo. barber, Main 

Hawkins A, miner CroAvn Point Mill 

HA WLEY LEVI H. meat market, res Main 

Hayes Mrs. boarding house, Lower G, H. 

Hayes J. J. meat market, Main 

Haynes E. miner French Ravine 

Hays J. miner, American 

Heald J. miner, north Bowers 

Heall Andrew, shoemaker McGinnis' shop. Main 

Heaton Warren, D. D. G. M. of Nevada Territory I. 0. 0. F. 

Hebner Wm. miner 

HEDLEY P. D. Wells, Fargo & Go's agent, Main 

Heim Jno. baker J. Becker, res Main 

Henney P. miner Eclipse Mine 

Henicks Wm. sup't Lutliern Hoisting Works 

Hennings H. at Mayer & Fliedner's, res Main 

Hennissy Pat. miner Eclipse Mine 

HERRICK N. B. of Herrick, McCurdy & Co. G. H. Foundry 

Henry Jno. engineer Michigan Shaft 

Henry J. C. teamster 

Henry Wm. ass't blacksmith Eclipse Mine 

Henry J. engineer Michigan Mining Co 

Herbage W. M. miner Divide 

Hereford H. F. physician, Main 

Herrick N. R. prop'r Gold Hill Foundry 

Hertsburgh Wm. blacksmith Eclipse Mine 

Hertweck Layvee, boarding house, north American 

Hyatt Sam'l, stock broker Maynard's Block 

Hctker J. H. foreman Crown Point Ravine 

Houston H. G. salesman E. Harris' store 

Hews R. miner N. T. Road 

Heack J. bds Mrs. Long's, south Telegraph 

Hide Wm. miner N. A. F. Road 

Higgius J. W. miner Challange Mine 

Higg'ins C. W. Blanchard 

Hilds W. P. teamster 

Hill Jno. hostler Eclipse Stable, Main 

Hill Jno. blacksmith, Main 

Hobbs J. L. prop'r Monitor Hotel, Divide bet Gold Hill and 

Virginia 
Hodelling C. B. foreman Consolidated Mine 
Hogan Wm. miner Well Co. Claim 
Hogan D. miner Well Co. Claim 
Holmes R. D. miner, south Yellow Jacket 
Holman H. miner Challange Mine 
Holmes W. P. book-keeper Imiierial Mining Co 
Hopkins G. foreman Belcher Mining Co 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY, 



N. B. HERRICK, 
JOHX McCURDY, 



A. J. nrxcHisoN, 



KAMUEL McCURDY, 
JOHN BOONE. 



GOLD HILL 




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Situated just below the Rhode Island Mill, Main street, Gold 
Hill, Nevada Territory, , 

Herrick, McCurdy & Co., 

ARE NOW PREPARED TO 

If 



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STEAM ENGINES, 

QUARTZ MILLS AND MINING PUMPS, 

HOISTING MACHINERY, 

AND ALL THE MACHINERY REQUISITE FOR 

MINING & MILLING 

PURPOSES. 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 273 

Hornick A. P. machinist Pioneer Foundry 

Horst Philip, miner Bowers' Mine 

Householder J. policeman, res Main 

Howard Mrs. T. B. north Main 

Hubbard Warren, prop'r Empire Foundry 

HUBBARD, McADAMS & MAXON, prop'rs Empire Foundry 

Hubbs A. whim-driver Clinton & Hobb's Mine 

Hudnell W. carpenter Empire Mining- Co 

Hudson E. miner Belcher Mining Co 

Huff Jas. miner, south Telegraph 

Hughes P. hostler Eclipse Stable 

Hull W. W. painter, A. F, Road 

Humphry Geo. teamster, south Main 

Humphrej'S W. miner Empire Mining Co 

Humphreys W. S. milk ranch, American Flat 

Hunt P. miner, south Telegraph 

Hunt S. M. stock and commission broker, Telegraph • 

Hunt Geo. surveyor. Main 

Hunt R. workman Bartlett's R^nch, Main 

Hunter E. workman Bowers' Mine, Main 

Hurd Thos. teamster 

Huse J. E. miner Challange Mine 

HUTCHINSON A. J. of Herrick.Mc Curdy & Co. G. H. Foundry 

Hutchins Robt. miner Challange Mine 

Hutchinson A. J. prop'r Gold Hill Foundry, Main 

HYDE OLIVER, Jr. prop'r Pioneer Foundry, Lower G. H. 

Hyde Wm. B. at Pioneer Foundry 

Hyatt S. sec'y Yellow Jacket 

Hynes Wm, miner, south Telegraph 



Inch J. miner Empire Mining Co 
Isaacs J. miner, south Yellow Jacket 
Isaacs Wm. painter for W. H. Lee 



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dispatch. Quartz. Crushing and Amalgamating Machinery. 

Mill Irons and Castings of every description made to 

order, and everything connected -with the 

business promptly attended to. 

THOMAS JONES, PROPRIETOR. 

On the Divide, between Gold Hill and Virginia. 



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274 GOLD HILL DIEECTORY. 



JACKSON & RYAN, prop'rs Gold Hill Hotel, Main 

Jackson John B. hotel keeper, Main 

Jackson James, miner Divide 

Jackson T. S. ass't engineer Imperial Mill 

Jackson J. miner, res Gold Hill 

Jackson A. B. foreman at Gold Hill Mine and Quartz Mill 

Jacobs G. carpenter north Bowers 

Jacobson H . C 

James S. miner Belcher Mining- Co 

James A. miner Crown Point Mill 

James 0. bds at Winne's, south Telegraph 

James J. miner Am. F. Road 

Jarrad C. miner Consolidated Mine 

Jarvis Peter, workman Imperial Mills No. 2 

Jarvis,A. B. blacksmith Alpha Mining Co 

Geffrey Geo. miner bds Vesey Hotel 

Jennings J. R. chief engineer Granite Mill 

Jewett A. broker and mining se(?y, Main 

Jones Leonard, carpenter Crown Point Ravine 

Jones John, apothecary at E. A. Gambles, Main 

Jones L. miner south Telegraph 

Jones Wm. miner Consolidated Mine 

Jones H. miner Bowers' Mill 

JONES THOMAS, prop'r of Fulton Foundry, on Divive 

Jones H. miner Bowers' Mill 

Jocelyn P. J. ag't Pioneer Omnibus Line, res Main 

Johnson Wm. miner south Yellow Jacket 

Johnson Geo. miner French Ravine 

Johnson John, brakesman Michigan Mine 

Johnson John, miner Branch Mint Claim 

Johnson Wm. laborer with Russell & Co., Lumbermen 

Johnson J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Johnson Thomas, res Main 

Johnson F. miner, north Summit 

Johnson A. laborer Fulton F 

Johnson Thomas, policeman 

Johnson Henry, miner north' Am. Flat Road 

Johnson Henry, miner south Telegraph 

Johnson Wm. carpenter Bowers' Ravine 

Johnson J. miner, Am. F. Road 

Johnson Wm. miner, Am. F. Road 

Johnson S. M. lawyer, Main 

Johnston Geo. at Butsch's sliop, Lower G. H 

Johnston H. carman Consolidated Mine 

Joseph John, engineer Empire Mill No. 2 

Junloonay J. miner Divide 

Hodge & wood, wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F. 



GOLD HILL DmECTORY. 215 

Kane M. miner Divide 
Kassell Wm. miner Keystone Mine 
Katchen Piatt, res Yellow Jacket 
Keefe M. miner Consolidated Mine 
Keegan M. North American Mining Co 

Keegan , 2nd amalgamator Imperial Mill No. 2 

Keeley J. D. liotel keeper, Main, Lower G. H 

Keeley Thomas H. miner Uncle Sam 

Keenan James, Main 

Keepers J. T. north American 

Kelley H. carpenter Empire Mining Co 

Kelley John, Challange Mine 

Kelley Peter, miner Gold Hill Mine 

Kelley T. miner Alpha Mining Co 

Kelley 0. miner Empire Mining Co 

Kellogg L. F. engineer Rhode Island Mill * 

Kellogg J. miner south Telegraph 

KELLOGG S. A. Justice of the Peace, Main 

KELLOGG S. A. Ati'y at Law, Main 

Kellogg L. F. ass't engineer Rhode Island Mill 

Kelly M. ass't amalgamator Imperial Mill 

Kelley P. miner N. American Mining Co 

Kelley J. F. patern maker Pioneer F 

Keltou V. B. teamster Divide 

Kenedy H. W. chief engineer Empire Mill 

Kendall N. B. painter for W. H. Lee, Main: 

Kenesy D. miner Consolidated Mine 

Kenisey P. blacksmith Belcher Mining Co 

Kenny John, teamster 

Kerney Richard, miner Caladonia Tunnel 

KETCHAM PL ATT, mining sec'y 

Key Thos. miner Challange Mine 

Keye William, miner Sunrise Co. Bowers' Ravine 

Killigan James, miner Bowers' Mine 

Kinsman John, mason, res Virginia City 

Kitchen J. G. miner Divide 

Kline I. D. blacksmith with Hill, Main 

Kline J. W. H. Gold Hill " News" office 

Knight W. trader Main 

Knight C. W. miner Sunrise Co 

KORN BROS. Grocers, Provision Dealers, etc., Flagg's Block 

KORN M. firm of Korn Bros, res High 

KORN L. firm of Korn Bros, res Sacramento 

Korn D. K. attorney, Main 

Kouns M. miner Bowers' Mine * 

Kupper B. miner Eclipse Mine 

Kupper E. carpenter Elipse Mine 

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GOLD HILL DIEECTORY. 



EDWAED A. GAMBLE 




w&TmmT mmmnmmm 

JE^JkJLlST^ ancl OILS. 



A Large Assortment of English and French Perfumery, 

Toilet Articles, Etc., always on hand. 
.-»-. , 

I@°=- Orders for Assayers' Materials and Chemicals for Mills 

promptly filled, and goods carefully packed. 

M. KORN, Gold Hill. L. KORN, Sacramento. 

GOLD HILL STORE, 

FLAGG'S BLOCK, 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 277 

* 

Laddie J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Lafferty W. B. stock broker, res opposite printing office, Main 

Lamb H. miner, Divide 

Lambert Jno. sup't Belcher Mining Co 

Lane F. machinist P. F. 

Lansing J. V. A. City Treasurer and Trustee 

LANSING J. V. A. grocer. Main 

Larkin Wm. moulder P. F. 

Lassen A. miner A. F. Road 

Lascelies H. W. assayer and engineer, Empire "Works, Broadway 

Lassack H, S. miner, res Summit 

Laugh lin A. C. cook Vesey Hotel 

Lawler Jno. feeder Centreville Mill 

Lawrance H. F. Painter, Main 

Lawrence Jno. moulder Fulton Foundry 

Lawson A. miner Michigan Mine 

Lawson Davie, apprentice machine shop P. F. 

LeBlanc E. J. res south Telegraph 

Lee L. W. sup't and pres't mining co's, res Bowers' R9,vine 

Lee Levi, sup't Tunnel Co. Crown Point Ravine 

Lee Patrick, cook Nevada Hotel 

Lee W. H. H. painter, south Main 

LeFlower F. res N. Tunnel Road 

LeFlower Joseph, Grey Hound Saloon, Main 

LEICHTER A. of Perry <fe Leicliter, liquor merchants, res San 

Francisco 
Lemery Jno. miner, res Crown Point Ravine 
Lewis M. B. pickmaker, on Divide 
Lemont J. carpenter. Main 
LEMONT ISAAC, res Main 
LEVIS ON B. stationery and cigar stand, Main opposite May- 

nard & Flood's Bank, (see ad) 
Levy Myer, watchmaker at Max Levy, res north Main 
Levy Max, jeweler, res Main 

Levy H. of Haas & Co. dry goods merchants. Main 
Lewis D. miner Beelcher Mining Co. 
Light Eugene, amalgamator Rhode Island Mill 
Little Wm. carpenter Alta Mine 
Lincoln D. moulder P. F. 
Lincoln A. miner Alta Mine 
Linsley L. W. miner. Main 

LINTHICUM J. F. sec'y Overman Co. res Virginia City 
Listenberger S. G. miner, south Telegraph 
Livingston Jas. blacksmith Bowers' Mill 
Lock T. clerk Haas & Co 
Lohner B. shoemaker. Main 

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279 



Long Thos. miner Caladonia Claim 

Long Mrs. boarding house, south Telegraph 

Lord "Wm. C. clerk Praysville House, Divide 

Lotz Geo. feeder Eclipse Mill 

Loyd M. miner Lower Gold Hill 

Loyd M. workman Rhode Island Mill 

Lukin A. office Montminy Building, Main 

LUX H. of Schaefer & Lux, res Main 

LYFORD Z. sup't Homestead Mining Co. N. Tunnel Road 

Lyne Jno. miner Crown Point Ravine 

LYNCH & MUNDALL, prop'rs Gold Hill " News" (see ad) 

LYNCH PHILIP, of Lynch & Mundall, prop'rs "News" 

Lynns W. miner Empire Mining Co 



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Main Street, oppo. Maynard & Flood's Bank, 



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(At Tyler Brothers,) 
632 Washington Street, bet, Montgomery and Kearny, 



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Printed, Written and Engraved in tlie most fasliionable styles. 

Superior Stencils for markins? Linen, etc. Silver Door Plates and Numbers, 
Seals and Seal Presses, Sfeel Name Stamps, Brass and Electrotype 
Stamps, Stencil Alphabets and Figures. Large Stencils cut. 
Handkerchiefs marked with Indelible Ink, etc. 

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280 GOLD HILL DIRECTOEY, 

MACOMBER W. W. Rev. pastor Calvary Presbyterian Churcli 

res Telegraph 
Maguire Jas. clerk Centreville Store, Main 
Maguire W. ass't amalgamator Imperial Mill 
Makinson Thos. laborer Marysville Mill 
Malone H. miner Divide 
Malone Wm. miner Eclipse Mine 
Maloy J. ass't engineer Centreville Mill 
Manhart J. B. miner French Ravine 
Manion M. miner Caladonia Tunnel 
Manley Jas. miner, south High 
Manley Cornelius, miner, south High 
Manning H. C. clerk Geo. G. Burnett, Maynard's Block 
Mannion T. feeder Imperial Mill 
Mansau Z. engineer Swansea Mill 
Marcus Jno. clerk with Sylvester, Main 
Marglot Peter, saloon keeper. Lower Gold Hill 
Markewitz S. of Frankcnheimer & Co. res Main 
MARLETTE & HUNT, civil engineers and surveyors, Marlette's 

Building 
Marohn F. carpenter. Main 
Marsh Wm. miner, Summit 
Marsh Robt. watchmaker, res Main 
Marshall J. miner Empire Mining Co 
Marston L. H. carpenter Belcher Mining Co 
Mason Jno. blacksmith, American 
Mathews Ed. miner Keystone Mine 
Mathews Ed. hostler Pioneer Omnibus Line, res Main 
Maxon Frank, prop'r Empire Foundry 
Mayer & Fliedner, barbers, res Main 
Mayer J. G. of Mayer & Fliedner, barbers, res Main 
Mayer S. tailor, Main 
MAYNARD & FLOOD, bankers. Main 

MAYN ARD H. G. of Maynard & Flood, bankers, res S Francisco 
Heady A. P. foreman Succor Mill 
Meahan Martin, boarding house, north Main 
Mee Jas. foreman and sup't Bowers' Mill 
Meighn M. boarding house, Main 
Melsing Gustave, bakery. Main 
Melzner G. AV. cor Main and Blanchard 
Mercer R. miner Challange Mine 
MESERVE W. H. hotelkeeper. Lower Gold Hill 
Messenger — — engineer Belcher Mining Co 
Mikesell J. C. boiler maker Pioneer Works 
Millard 0. carpenter Empire Mining Co 
Miller Dan. mclter P. F. 

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Gold hill directory* 281 

Miller Henry, laborer Fulton Foundry 

Miller S. miner, American 

Miller J. A. carpenter Bowers' Ravine 

Miller A. miner 

Millner N. clerk Russell & Go's lumber office 

Mills Jno. H. miner and milling, High 

Mills J. H. president mining Co. High 

MILSING GUSTAVE, Gold Hill Bakery, res Main 

Miron Jas. machinist Fulton Foundry 

Mitchell Wm. miner Branch Mint Claim 

Mock E. F. helper Union Mill, Main 

Moeller Jno, shoemaker, Main 

Mona Jas. rock -breaker Gold Hill Mill 

Monahan 0. miner Caladonia Tunnel 

Monday M. miner Divide 

Monrey Jas. miner Alpa Mining Co 

Monroe H. miner, bds Mrs. Long, south Telegraph 

Monroe B. brakesman N. A. Mining Co ' 

Monroe Wm. C. whim-driver Uncle Sam, Lower Gold Hill 

Monro w D. sup't Empire Mill, north Main 

Montey J. blacksmith. Am. Flat Road 

MONTMINY A. stationer and tobacconist, res Main, (see ad) 

Moody L. S. blacksmith Consolidated Mine 

MOORE & CORBETT, prop'rs Pioneer Boiler Works 

MOORE THOS. of Moore & Corbett, res Lower Gold Hill 

Moore J. B. millwright Overman Claim 

Moore Wm. miner. Bowers 

Moore W. T. ranchman American Flat 

Moore A. moulder Fulton Foundry 

Moore Pat. miner Eclipse Mine 

Moran J. miner Belcher Mining Co 

Morden M. bds Meakan's boarding hoUse, n Main 

Mordon B. miner, Am. F. Road 

Morgan J. V. miner, res Main 

Morris J. miner. Divide 

Morrow J. B. chief engineer Scale & Anderson's Mill 

Morse Edward C. stock broker, office Maynard's Block 

Morton J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Mosso L. miner N. Tunnel Road 

Moyle Jas. miner Branch Mint Claim 

Moyle Wm. foreman Crown Point Mill 

Mulcahy J. carman Consolidated Mine 

Mullen P. miner Empire Mining Co 

Mullen Jno. blacksmish Fulton Foundry 

Mullen Thos. laborer Eclipse Mill 

Mullen Geo. amalgamator Imperial Mill 

Mullen Robt. engineer, Main 

Mullens Wm. miner, bds Golden Eagle Hotel 

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Mullens Tbos. amalgamator Gold Hill Mill 

Mullin Robt. laborer Rhode Island Mill 

MUNDALL J. H. of Lynch & Mundall, prop'rs G. H. "News ' 

Murphy Thos. miner Eclipse Mine 

Murphy , miner Challenge Mine 

Murphy M. miner Eclipse Mine 
Murray Jas. moulder P. Foundry 
Musick Theoi miner, N. Tunnel Road 
Musso L. miner Eclipse Mine 
Musto J. groceries, etc., res north Main 
Myers A. H. feeder Granite Mill 
Myers Jno. engineer Eclipse Mine 



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THOMAS MOORE. »♦-•-.■• R. L. CORBETT. 

A^OOP^IB cfc GO., 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

STEAM BOILERS & SHEET-IRON WORK. 

Also, ALL KINDS OF PIPES FOR MINING PURPOSES. 
^^ Make the above their exclusive business. ■'^_ 

TOB^CCOIsTIST, 

Fire-proof Building, two Doors below Gold Hill Hotel, 



PHOTOGRAPHS, DAGUEREOTYPES AND MELANEOTYPES 

IN EVERY STYLE OF THE ART, T.\KEN BY 

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McAdams A. prop'r Empire Foundry, Divide 
McBride R. B. p:rocer, res Placerville 
McCalmont 0. P. machinist Crown Point Ravine 
McCarthy J. miner, north Bowers 
McCarthy E. miner, north Summit 
McCarthy T. W. Mack's Saloon, Main 
McCarthy & McGinn, Mack's Saloon, Main 
McCartney R. miner Empire Mining Co 
McCoy William, miner north Main 
McCrady P. miner, north Bowers 
McCrary S. H. grocer, Lower G. H 
McCrullus A. miner Consolidated Mine 

McDermot , amalgamator Empire Mill No. 2 

McCartney C, miner Empire Mining Co 

McC-arty M. brakesman Belcher Mining Co 

McCarty Henry, miner N. American Mining Co 

McCarty D. miner N. A. Mining Co 

McCaully John, laborer Petaluma Mill 

McChesise M. feeder Marysville Mill 

McClory Capt, J. jailor. Main 

McCloud Wm. D. carpenter Virginia City 

McCormack M. miner, bds at Winne's Boarding House, south 

Telegraph 
McCURDY JOHN,of Herrick, McCurdy & Co. G. H. Foundry 
McCURDY SAM'L, of Herrick, McCurdy & Co. G. H. Foundry 
McDonald James, teamster Bowers' Mill 
McDonald J. feeder Bowers' Mill 
McDonald A. miner Empire Mining Co 
McDonald W. miner Empire Mining Co 
McDonald Alex, first amalgamator Union Mill 
McDonald 0. C^ stock broker, Maynard's Block 
McDonall M. mmer. Am. F. Road 
McDonnald James, res C. P. Ravine 
McDonnell J. teamster Bowers' Mill 
McDougal A. miner Empire Mining Co 
McFadden Andrew, at Whitaker's shop. Main 
McGinness James, stock broker, Maynard's Block, Main 
McGinn Henry, shoe-maker, res Lower G. H 
McGinnis D. at Butschs' shop. Main 
McGinn P. Mack's Saloon, Main 
McGuire Thomas, moulder Fulton F 
McGrath P. miner Alpha Mining Co 
McGordon Cha?. quartz hauler, south Blanchard 
McGuire Pat. laborer Fulton F 
McGregor F. miner, bds Meahan's 

Mclntyre Andrew, stock broker, office Golden Eagle Hotel 
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Mclntyre Margret, Golden Eagle Hotel, Main' 

McKeehan James, miner soutli 'J'elegraph 

McKeevar A. miner Empire Mining Co 

McKellester James, miner Divide 

MeKelvy David, laborer Fulton P 

McKenan Peter, l)ar-tender at Fitzpatrick Hotel 

McHale — -, workman Gold Hill Brewery 

McLellan R. Am. F. Road 

McLanghlln L. miner. Am, F. Road 

McLaughlin Tnos. bds at Meahan's Boarding House, MaiET' 

McMackall R. miner Empire Mining Co 

McMann , miner Belcher Mining Co 

McMullen Wm. feeder at Union Mill, Main 

Mc Mull en J. miner Am. F. Road 

McMartin James, saddle and harness maker, Main 

McMutchell Wm. miner north Summit 

McSwiggen F. miner, bds Meahan's Boarding House, Main' 

McSweeney Mac, miner Crown Point Ravine 

McPike A. J. White House, Main 

McPike & Paterson, prop'rs White House Hotel, Main 

McVicar E. miner Challauge Mine 

McVICAR C. Watchmaker and Jeweler, res Main 

Nadow T. wagon-maker Lower Gold Hill 

Nealon Patrick, miner Taylor Claim 

Neender J. miner Belcher Mining Co 

Nelson Robt. res Main, Lower Gold Hill 

Neltner Martin, Stewart Globe Hotel 

Neveille Thos. engineer Consolidated Mine 

Neville Pat. miner Eclipse Mine 

Nevius Dennis, miner N. Am. Mining Co 

Newell Wm. W. pressman "News" oflQce 

Newton Wm. teamster. Main 

Nicoll Wm. shoemalier, res Main 

Nichols B. S. at Coover's House, Main 

Niland Jno. miner, south Telegraph 

Nisbet J. R. American City Saloon, Am. F. Road 

Niswendler J. miner, bds Canon House 

Nolan T. miner N. Am. Mining Co 

Noonan Jas. miner Crown Point Ravine 

Norray R. bds Winne's boarding house 

Norris S. B. engineer P. Foundry 

Norton Edw. stock broker, Maynard's Block 

Norton Wm. machinist Fulton Foundry 

Norton J. B, meat market, Downieville, Cal 

Nowart S. miner, N. Tunnel Road 



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O^Brien J. miner, Divide 

O'Brien J. miner, north Bowers 

O'Brien P. miner Michigan Mine 

O'Brien J. miner Empire Mining Co 

O'Brien Thos. miner Alp. Mining Co 

O'Brion Jno. ass't shoer Butsclis' shop 

O'Conner Jno. feeder Bowers' Mill 

O'Conner Peter, amalQ:amator Bowers' Mill 

O'Connell T. Am. F. Road 

O'Conell Misses E. & C. dressmakers, Main 

O'Connell J. miner Empire Mining Co 

O'Connell D. miner Michigan Mining Co 

O'Conner Michael, butcher, Divide 

O'Connor D. miner Empire Mining Co 

O'Connor J. feeder Bowers' Mill 

O'Connor P. amalgamator Bowers' Mill 

O'Connell Dan. miner Michigan Mine 

O 'Donald J. foreman Yellow Jacket 

O'Donnell Jno. butcher Nevada Market, Main 

O'Donnell J. miner Bowers' Mill 

O'Donohue M. boot and shoe maker, Main 

Oesting Paul, boarding house, Lower Gold Hill 

O'Farrell J. F. teamster, bds Main Street Hotel 

O'Greenewood 0. amalgimator Bowers' Mill 

O'Hara M. miner Empire Mining Co 

O'Heale W. T. sup't Marysville Mill, Lower Gold Hill 

O'Keefe Dennis, hotel. Main 

Olney Chas. B. miner Main 

Orendoflf Mrs. Crown Point Ravine 

Orn Jas. laborer Bowers' Mill 

Orome Jas. miner Bowers' Mill 

Osborn Robt. miner Alpa. Mining Co 

Ostrom Jno. City Surveyor 

O'Veil Andrew, miner Gold Hill Mine 

O'Veill Jno. with Wm, Nicoll, Main 

Owen McCabe, miner, south Telegraph 

Owens Jno. miner Am. F. Road 

Owens Sam'l, miner Am. F. Road 



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GOLD HILL, 

SILVER CITT, 
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and comfortable Omnibuses. 



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Pa.^e Robert, bookkeeper for Whitcomb and Norton, Main 

Palmer N. carman Consolidated Mine 

Parish J. W. feeder Centreville Mill 

Parks Wm miner bds at Mrs. LonG:'s, south Telegraph 

PARKS J. F. sup't Uncle Sam, Lower G. H 

PAUL ALMARIN B. & CO. Bankers, Main 

Paul Almarin B. of Paul Almarin B. & Co 

Paterson B. E. miner Uncle Sam 

Paterson A. S. White House, Main 

Patej Robert, miner Divide 

Peabody T. F. miner Uncle Sam 

Pease G. W. sec'y and g-en'l accountant. Main 

Pease S. 0. miner Divide 

Pease E. W. county Clerk, res Main 

Pease G. W. city Clerk 

Pedoin John, Barnum Restaurant, Main 

PEDLER JOSEPH R. secV, res Bowers' 

Peltier M. blacksmith Am. F. Road 

Pendal E. miner Bowers' Claim 

Perkins C. C. stock broker 

Perreault J. F. Miners' Hotel, Main 

Perrino- J, bds at Winne's Boarding House, south Telegraph 

PERRY & LEICHTER, Liquor Merchants, Main, Gold Hill 

and 508 Battery, San Francisco, (see ad) 
PERRY G. Liquor Merchant, res Main 
Perry John, miner Overman Mine 
Perry D. miner Belcher Mine 
Peters I. T. blacksmith-helper Imperial Mill 
Peterson A. feeder at Marysville Mill 
Phareo & True, Theatre Saloon, res Main 
Phareo C. P. of Phareo & True, Main 
Phelps C. F. machinist Fulton Foundry 
Phillips E. E. stock broker, res Crown Point Ravine 
Phillips L. miner Empire Mining Co 
Phillips J..- W. Am. F. Road 
Pilon J. miner, bds Meahan's boarding house 
PIODA CHAS. sup't Gold Hill Quartz Mill and Mining Co., 

office and res south Main 
PIONEER FOUNDRY, by 0. C. Hyde, Lower Gold Hill 
PIONEER BOILER WORKS, Moore & Corbett, prop'r, Lower 

Gold Hill, (see ad) 
PIONEER OMNIBUS LINE, J. B. Crandall, prop'r, res Main, 

(see ad) 
Piper A. W. laborer Centreville Mill 
Piratsky Geo. miner Confidence Claim 
Pitney Taylor, compositor " News " office 

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Saa Francisco, 



G. PERRY, 

Gold Hill, N. T. 



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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 289* 

t^LAISTED GEORGE, wheelwriglit, contractor and builder, cor 

High and Marston 
PL ATT 0. H. postmaster, res Main 
PL ATT & FLAGG, stock and commission brokers, Post Office 

Building 
PLATT C. M. of Flagg & Co. stock brokers, P. 0. Building 
Platy Andrew, workman Perry & Leichter 
Plumer R. miner Michigan Mining Co 
Post Office, Maynard's Block, Main 
Porter W. R. miner Am, F. Road 
Potter H. B. prop'r Rhode Island Mill 
Potter P. K. laborer Rhode Island Mill 
Potter A. K, grocer, Main 
Power Edw. miner Uncle Sam Claim 
Power Jas. miner Crown Point Ravine 
Power Jno. miner Uncle Sam Claim 
Prall J. S. lumber merchant, south Main 
Prall T. H. stock broker, office with Prall & Brown 
Prall & Brown, lumber merchants, office opposite Union Scales 
PRAY MRS. MARY, Praysville House, on Divide 
PRAYSVILLE HOUSE, by Mrs. Mary Pray, on Divide bet 

Virginia and Gold Hill, (see ad) 
Presho Jas. feeder Rhode Island Mill 
Preston Edw. miner Overman Mine 
Price Thos. miner Bowers' Mine 
Price Wm. miner Consolidated Mine 
Prior Henry, blacksmith Alta Mine 
Proctor & Co. lumber merchants 
Proctor D. lumber dealer, Divide bet Gold Hill and Virginia 

Q 

Quelet Geo. saloon. Lower Gold Hill 

QUICK & GAGNON, Nevada Meat Market, Lower G. H. 
Quick Jno. A. meat market, res Lower Gold Hill 
Quinlan Jas. ass't engineer Empire No. 2 

1praysyili.e house, 

Situated on the Divide bet. Virginia and Gold Hill. 

— Is kept as a First Class — 

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NEVADA MARKET 



Main Street, Gold Hill, 

(opposite Barnes' Hotel,) 

QUICK & GAGNON, 

BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND PORK, 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. 



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Meats delivered to any part of the City, and orders promptly 
attended to. 

STANWAY & SONS, 



^MEBlC^lSr CITY. 



A. D. NUDD, 



S. L. STANLEf, 



C. S. LORD. 



NUDD, STANLEY ^ CO., 

(Successors to H. WEBSTER & CO.) 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

WINES AND LIQUORS, 

]Xo. 4XO .tT'i'oiit Street, 

SAS ERAFGISCO, 

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Radmond Wm. miner, south High 

Eafferty J. miner Empire Mining Co 

Raven M. miner, bds Meahan's boarding house 

Ray Jas. miner, bds Golden Eagle Hotel 

Reardon M. miner, north Main 

Redman W. miner Belcher Mining Co 

Reeder J. carpenter Pioneer Foundry 

Reel W. miner Empire Mining Co 

Reen Jno. employed at Barnes' Hotel 

Reese Wm. miner Consolidated Mine 

Regensburg Julius, book-keeper Korn Bros 

Reilly Wm. Divide 

Renand J. feeder Gold Hill Mill 

Renney R. S. miner, bds Winne's 

Reynolds R. S. teamster, south Main 

Reynolds Jno. feeder Empire Mill 

Rhiley M. miner, bds Winne's 

Rhine R. S. miner, Divide 

Rice E. S. chief engineer Bowers' Mill 

Rice Sam'l, chief cook Globe Hotel 

Riche B. D. meat market, Main 

Riche Thomas, Main 

Rickett A. sup't Consolidated Co. bds White House 

Righelti G. A. stone-breaker Gold Hill Mill 

Rinn Pat. workman Empire No. 2 

Roberts J. C. carpenter, res Virginia City 

Roberts Jno. C. engineer, Main 

Robison Jos. foreman Butschs' shop 

Robinson S. miner Empire Mining Co 

Robinson R. 0. carpenter Am. F. Road 

Robinson W. P. miner Caladonia Tunnel 

Robinson J. A. carpenter Empire No. 2 

Robinson S. miner, bds Meahan's boarding house 

Robinson J. R. foreman Bullion 

ROBINSON S. H. Police Judge and City Trustee, res Bowers 

Roddick Wm. engineer Gold Hill Quartz Mill 

Rodgers Chas. feeder Imperial Mill 

Rogers G. Divide 

Rogers Mrs. boarding house. Divide 

Rolls Wm. workman Bowers' Mine 

Rose W. G. miner Consolidated Mine 

Rose B. miner, bds Winne's boarding house 

Ross G. miner, bds Mrs. Long's, south Telegraph 

Ross D. engineer Bowers' Mill 

Ross Duncan, amalgamator Bowers' Mill 

Ross Robt. miner Divide 



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292 GOLD HILL DIEECTORT. 

Rotcliford G. P. foreman mining co's, bds Canon House 

Eoule A. D. helper Butschs' wagon shop 

Rule Jno. sup't Justice Mine 

Rule Ed. chief engineer Marysville Mill 

Rush P. miner N. Am. Mining Co 

Russell Jno. C. lumber merchant, Main 

Russell A. Main 

Russell Andrew, policeman 

RUSSELL CHAS. J. of Humphreys & Co. milk ranch, A. F. 

Ryan V. A. printer " News" office 

Ryan Dennis, hotel keeper. Main 

Ryan Pat. Stewart Gold Hill Hotel 

RYAN E. J. superintendent Union Mill 

Ryan Thos. miner Challenge Mine 

Ryan M. miner Empire Mining Co 

Ryan Michael, miner, bds Mealian's boarding house 



LEVI SHEPARD, 

Wholesale and Retail 



Feed^ Flour, Oils, Tobacco, and a general assortment of 
the best of goods always on hand. 

TWO DOORS SOUTH OF GOLD HILL "NEWS" OFFICE, 

Main Street, Gold Hill. 

SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT, 

EMBiE 4 EilMFIE, 




i^vdiE^^XjS sEZFi-^rEiD iisr E]-VEli=L-:r ST-irXjE. 



Game, Fish, Eggs, and all the delicacies of the season served up in a superior 

manner. 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 293 

Safford J. B. engineer Granite Mill 

SANDERS & SCHAEFER, San Francisco Restaurant, Main, 

(see ad) 
Sanders Richard, restaurant keeper, Main 
SAN JUAN EXCHANGE, Schaefer & Lux, prop'r, Main (see ad) 

Santjago , cook San Francisco Restaurant 

Saunders Thos. miner, Divide 

Saul Jno. miner, south High 

Savage Jas. feeder Bowers' Mill 

SAYLES L. C. engineer Succor Mill 

Sawyer A. H. feeder Marysville Mill 

Scannel J. blacksmith Belcher Mining Co 

SCHAEFER & LUX, San Juan Exchange, Main 

SCHAEFER J. J. of Schaefer & Lux, res Main 

Schaefer Edw. restaurant keeper, Main 

Schaefer A. ass't cook San Francisco Restaurant 

Schell Jacob, brakesman Michigan Mine 

Schmitt J. Wm. brewer, Lower Gold Hill 

Schubert Jno. miner Am. F. Road 

SCHWEDT & MOELLER, shoemakers, Main 

Schwedt F. shoemaker. Main 

SCHWEIS S. brewer, Main 

Schweiss R. workman Gold Hill Brewery 

Sears Wm. miner, bds Meahan's boarding house 

Semands J. miner Am. F. Road 

Senderling Jno. C. 'engineer 

Seth G. Grow, miner N. Tunnel Road 

Shad E. miner, rCsBowers' Ravine 

Shannon D. miner Michigan Mine 

Sharp J, miner, south High 

Shears Mrs. Am. F. Road 

Sheckleton Jos. workman Lnperial Mill 

SHEPARD LEVI, grocer, next door to Omnibus office, (see ad) 

Shepherd R. miner, Blanchard 

Sheriden Jno. miner Crown Point Ravine 

Sheriden H. miner Empire Mining Co 

Sherley Wm. ass't engineer Bowers' Mill 

Sherron David, miner A. F. Road 

Sherry Jas. teamster, res Silver City 

Sheur Fred, ass't amalgamator Gold Hill Mill 

Shields E. miner Empire Mining Co 

Shirley Wm. enaineer Bowers' Mill 

Shirley W. C. clerk Vesey Hotel 

Siller M. American Bakery, Main 

Simonds E. carpenter Empire Mining Co 

Simonds Robt. miner, bds Winne's boarding house 

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Simpson Benj. moulder P. Foundry 

Simpson M. moulder P. Foundry 

Sinnott M. carpenter N, A. Mining Co 

Skerritt E. hardware merchant, res Maiu 

Skewes Jno miner Branch Mint Claim 

Skinner J. miner 

Slavin J. miner Consolidated Mine 

Sleep J. Empire Mining Co 

Smith J. C. carpenter Eclipse Mine 

Smith T. miner Empire Mining (Jo 

Smith Thos. miner, south Telegraph 

Smith Jno. miner, south Telegraph 

Smith L. W. butcher Gold Hill Market 

Smith Frank, engineer Coover's Mill 

Smith Hugh, miner Crown Point Mill 

Smith Geo. L. sup't Rhode Island Mill 

Smyth Pat. amalgamator Rhode Island Mill 

Snell B. T. miner Michigan Mining Co 

Snell B. T. carpenter Michigan Mine 

Snyder & Hayes, meat market, Main 

Snyder F. V. meat market. Main 

Spinning F. M. carpenter Eclipse Mine 

Soblony J. miner N. Tunnel Road 

Stackpole C. C. patern maker Fulton Foundry 

Stacy A. S. carpenter Eclipse Mine 

ST AN A WAY JAMES Sr. mason, American City 

Stanaway J. A. mason, American City 

Stanaway S. mason, American City 

Stangroom M. L. civil engineer, north Main 

Stanmeyer Wm. F. miner Lower Gold Hill 

Starr H. C. prop'r Centreville Mill, res Lower Gold Hill 

Stein Chas. E. shoemaker, Main 

Steplienson G. C. carpenter. Lower Gold Hill 

Stephen S. blacksmith Whitaker's shop 

Stern M. of Stern & Weill, res Main 

Stern & Weill, grocers, Main 

Stern Martin, grocer, res San Francisco 

Stevens J. blacksmith Whitaker's shop 

Steward A. miner Empire Mining Co 

Stewart miner Consolidated Mine 

Stiles G. "W. amalgamator Centreville Mill 
Stiles A. J. amalgamator Centreville Mill 
Stockle G. boot and shoemaker, Main 
Stoddard Geo. A. chief engineer Petaluma Mill 
Stolte Wm. miner Sunrise Co 
Stone Wm. H. brakesman Yellow Jacket Mine 
Story Geo. miner Consolidated Mine 
Stouffer Sam'l, driver Pioneer Omnibus Line 

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GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 295 

Stow J. B. miner Eclipse Mine 

Striker J. boarding house, Am. F. Road 

Strong Robt. miner Bowers' Mine 

Sullivan Jno. miner, res Lower Gold Hill 

Sullivan J. miner. Divide 

Sullivan J. miner N. Am. Mining Co 

Sullivan J. miner Empire Mining Co 

Sullivan M. L. blacksmith Alta Mine 

Sullivan J. H. laborer Fulton Foundry 

Sunderland J. speculator, Coover's House 

Swaney Jas. L. stallsman Union Market 

Swenson Y. sup't Michigan Mining Co 

Swenson Geo. sup't Michigan Mining Co 

Swim W. R. policeman, res Main 

Switzer V. blacksmith Whitaker's shop 

Sylvester D. L. wholesale and retail liquor dealer, north Main 

Symour F. miner Branch Mint Claim 

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Taffender I. W. workman Centreville Mill 

Taylor Rob. miner, bds Meahan's Boarding House, north Main 

Teague Henry, miner, bds Winne's Boarding House, s Telegraph 

Tease James, ass't amalgamator Gold Hill Mill 

Tewer Chas. boiler-maker Pioneer Boiler Works 

Thomas J. miner, south Yellow Jacket 

Thomas Wm. miner, south Telegraph 

Thomas Jas. miner Am. F. Road 

Thompson J. B. sup't mining claims, bds Canon House 

Thompson A. C. butcher Nevada Meat Market 

Tilley Wm. at White & Youst's, Main 

Tims Geo. miner Consolidated Mine 

Tindall C. H. amalgamator Coover's Mill 

Tipman S. at Mayer & Fliedner's, res Main 

Tobin Wm. miner Gold Hill Mine 



J. J. SCHAFER, H. LUX. 

SAN JUAN EXCEAEGE, 



ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTED STOCK OP FINE 

WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 

*-*-• 

SCHAFER & LUX, PROPRIETORS. 

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Todd & Chase, Sample Rooms, Main 
Todd R. C. of Todd & Chase, res Main 
Torkey Qua, miner N. Tunnel Road 
Tozer C. W. Pres't Challenge Minino- Co 
Townsend B. M. of McFarland's lumber depot. Divide 
Transchent J. miner, Bowers 
Trask W. V. feeder Gold Hill Mill 
Traubant A. dishwasher S. F. Restaurant 
Travers J. miner Alpa Mining Co 
Travers James, miner, Main 
Travis Jas. laborer Fulton Foundry- 
Treat W. W. tinner E. Cushing & Co 
Trewsby W. amalgamator Centreville Mill 
Trout A. miner, Divide 
True T. blacksmith Imperial Mill 
True C. of Phareo & True, res Main 
Truett II. B. of Darst, Harris & Co 
Turner H. miner Michigan Mine 
Turney Geo. W. stock broker, Maynard's Block 
Tyrell A. J. foreman Pioneer Foundry 
Tyrrell D. M. foreman Empire Mining Co 

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Uhl Adam, bakery. Main 

Uhl Fred. French Ravine 

Uhl Valentine, shoemaker. Main 

Underhill W. H. miner Consolidated Mine 

Underhill H. miner, south Telegraph 

Upham W. R. miner, Am. F. Road 

Valli Y. F. of Densmore & Go's saloon, res Main 

Van De Water Jno. sup't Challenge Mine 

Van Every H. dealer in tinware, res Sacramento, Cal 

Van Gorder Chas. H. pres't Board of Trustees, res Main 

Vanvliet W. W. stock broker, res Lower Gold Hill 

Veild F. miner, Divide 

Vermilya D. miner 

Vernon Alex, feeder Rhode Island Mill 

VESEY'S HOTEL, by H. M. Vesey, Main above Blanchard 

VESEY H. M. of Vesey's Hotel, res north Main 

Vesey E. A. clerk Vesey Hotel 

Vincent S. miner Branch Mint Claim 

Vite Jno. clerk Burns & Go's grocery. Main 

V oilers Hanke, miner 

Voorhees L. with Korn Bros. Main 

Vorheis Thos. miner, Bowers 

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H. W. BRAGG t( CO. 

SAN FRANCISCO and - - - SACRAMENTO CITY- 



IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OP 




HICKOEY, OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BIRCH PLANK, 
HiiTjs, Spolces and. r'elloes. 



Bent work of every description, single-trees, whipple-trees and lead bars, plow 
beams and handles, white wood, black walnut, cherry and mahogany trimings, etc 



C. WATERHOUSE, San Francisco, H. W. BRAGG, Sacramento, 

No. 29 and 31 Battery Street. Seventh Street, bet I and J* 

J. W. LESTER, New York. 

J. P. SWEENEY & CO., 



Importers and Dealers in all kinds of Seeds. 

Agricultural, garden, flower, fruit and tree seeds. Bulbous roots, 
Garden and hedge shears, pruning and budding knives, etc. 



Orders addressed to J. P. Sweeney & Co., Seedsmen, 406 California street, near 
Sansome, San Francisco, will meet with prompt attention. 



VISSX3Y HOTlSIi, 

(above Blanchard,) 

GOLD HILL, NEVADA TERRITORY, 

li. m:. vesey. 



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298 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 

tVada H. Metropolitan Saloon, Main 

Wagner L. yjainter with Decker, res Tunnel Road 

Waite H. W. compositor " News" office 

Waklem Thos. miner, Divide 

"Walcott E. E. prop'r Union Scales, res Main 

WALES J. H. chief engineer Rhode Island Mill 

Walker Mrs. C. French Ravine 

Walker B: F. miner Gold Hill Mine 

Wallace F, miner Empire Mining Co 

Wallis F. miner, bds Mealian's boarding house 

Ward Wm. W. teamster, Divide 

Ward Martin, miner, south High 

Warren M. miner. Golden Eagle Hotel 

Warwick J. miner Empire Mining Co 

Watkins J. S. miner Caladonia Mining Co 

Watkins C. miner Belcher Claim 

Watkins J. C. stock broker. Crown Point Ravine 

Webb Jos. Theatre Saloon, Main 

Webb Riciiard, compositor "News" office 

Webster H. Federal House, Telegraph 

Weil R. clerk Levison's, Main 

Westfall N. H. amalgamator Centreville Mill 

Weill S. & Martin, Main 

Welch Jno. helper Whitaker's shop 

Welsh M. amalgamator Marysville Mill 

Welton J. A. book-keeper Fulton Foundry 

Whaelan M. miner. Divide 

Whaler Mike, miner Eclipse Mine 

Wheeler J. miner Empire Mining Co 

Wheeler 0. M. engineer 

Wheeler Wm. miner, Divide 

Wheeler C. T, prop'r Centreville Mill, Sacramento, Cal 

Whilds Peter, cook. Am. F. Road 

Whipple L. machinist Fulton Foundry 

Whipple Jno. miner Overman Mine 

Whirp J. W. boot-black, res Main 

WHITAKER 0. W. rector St. John's Church 

WHITAKER WM. wheelwright. Main 

Whitcomb Jas. Meat Market, res Sacramento, Cal 

WHITE & YOUST, Exchange Saloon. Main, (see ad) 

WHITE J. C. of White & Youst, Main 

White Wm. A. clerk Golden Eagle Hotel 

White Jno. M. horse-shoer Butsclis' shop 

White S. N. carpenter Fulton Foundry 

Whiting Geo. patern maker Pioneer Foundry 

Wiemnan Jno. at Snyder & Hays' market, Main 



^ODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 299 

"Wignall Wm. moulder P. Foundry 

Wilcox S. J. amj]ilgamator Granite Mill 

Wilkinson Wm. machinist Fulton Foundry 

Williams G. miner Empire Mining Co 

Williams P. T. feeder Petaluma Mill 

Williams W. P. oyster stand at Bank Exchange, Main 

Williams S. miner, bds Meahan's boarding house 

Williams Francis, cook Vesey Hotel 

Williams D. C. res Telegraph 

Williams Thos. foreman Butschs' shop 

Williamson E. miner, south Telegraph 

Williamson J. amalgamator Crown Point Mill 

Williamson W. miner, Summit 

Willis Wm. moulder Pioneer Foundry 

Willingham Jno. engineer Consolidated Mine 

Willson R N. carpenter, north Bowers 

Willson Jas. miner Overman Mine 

Wilson J. E. engineer 

Wing R. teamster Russell's lumber yard 

Winnans J. C. miner Eclipse Mine 

Winne J. P. grocer, res Lower Gold Hili 

Winne E. G. grocer, res Eagle Valley 

Winne H. boarding house, south Telea-raph 

WINTER J. B. pres't and sup't Yellow Jacket, N. Tunnel Road 

WINTERBAUR C. R. shoemaker, Main 

Wood R. F. carpenter Empire Mining Co 

Wood H. miner, bds Candu House 

Wood J. H. miner Herald Mining Co 

Wood Jno. miner, bds Mrs. Long's, s Telegraph 

Wood Henry, miner, bds Mr. Harrold's 

Wood Jerry, hostler Pioneer Buss Line 

WOOD D. reporter "News" office 

Woodruff" Wm. miner. Bowers 

Woods G. miner, Summit 

J. C. WHITE, L. YOUST. 

^xtRange gilliatd J'ftlajni, 

THE FINEST TABLES IN THE TERRITORY. 



The Bar is stocked with a choice selection of Liquors, 
and the Lest brands of Havana Cigars. 

WHITE 8l YOUST, PROPRIETORS, 
MA^IN STREET, OOLD HILL. 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancy Stationery. 
30 



300 GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 

"Woodward E. carpenter, Lower Gold Hill 
Woollsey Mrs. boarding house, Divide 
Word Jno. amalgamator Empire Mill 
Wright J. W. foreman Eclip^^e Mine 
W right J. T. amalgamator Imperial Mill 
Wright H. S. miner, south Telegraph 
Wunsch Henry, Globe Hotel Main, 

YOUST LEONARD, of White & Youst, Exchange Saloon, 

Main, (see ad) 
Young L. D. engineer N. Am. Mining Co 
Young John, feeder Marysville Mill 

!^ 

Zook A. miner Challenge Mine 



J. C. YOUNG'S 

PRIWE MEDICAL OFFICE IND HOSFITIL, 

IVo. 540 'Wasliing'toii Street, 

Second buildibg below Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California. 



EiSTj^llI^ISIIEI> 1850 



For the cure of private complaints of whatever nature, and all diseases to which, 
as a sex, females are liable. OflBce for the sale of Dr. Young's celebrated female 
remedies. The safest and surest ever used. 

r>Tt. J. C YOXJIVG 
Graduate of the University Penn., and late lecturer on diseases of women and 
children, etc., etc., can be consulted by the afflicted of either sex, with every 
assurance of speedy and permanent cure. Self-abuse, Seminal weakness, Gonor- 
rehffia. Syphilis, Stricture, Gleet, Nervous debility, Trembling, Loss of Power in the 
Sexual Organs, Loss of Memory, All Female Irregularities, etc., etc., promptly and 
effectually cured. 

Cxlre al'ways OiiaranteeA, &v no pay Reqxxire*!. 

ISO HVXEIiCTJUTZ' XJBEI> US AJS^ FOTtmi. 



C01VSXJLTA.TT0JV, toy Letter or Otlier^w^ise, FREE. 
Tile utmost secrecy inalntairied. 



All Letters opened and replied to by himself. "S^ 

>^ ID ID ItESS 

J. C. YOUNG, M. D., 

540 Washington Street, San Francisco California. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



GOLD HILL DIRECTORY. 



301 



A. H. OXENHAEVI & CO., Proprietors, 

Manufacturers, Direct Importers and Exclusive Wliolesale Dealers 



»^ 



— IN- 




PLATED WARE, FANCY GOODS, 



NEAR BATTERY, SAN FRANCISCO. 



PACIFIC ARMS CO., 

Manufactory, Jersey City, N. J. 



A. H OXENIIAM, lp,.„„,;„.„,.„ 
J. W.FOX, 'I Proprietors. 

■ We particularly invite Gunsmiths and dealers in this class of goods to 
send in their orders, they will receive the closest attention at the lowest rates. 

No, 732 Montgomery Street, cor. Jackson, 

IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Of every kind in use, and of the Latest Styles, 

Portables, Drop Lights, Torches, Turn-Keys, Wax Tapers, &c. 

Glass, PAPER, and Transparent MICA SHADES, in great variety. 

i:JE=L03Xr lE^XX^IS, 

ALL SIZES, us.'d for WATER, STEAM or GAS, for sale in quan- 
titles to suit, at tlie Lowest Market Rates. 

GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, FOFl WATER, 

A substitute for Lead, being more healthy, cheaper ar.d less liable U> injury. 

^^ Fittings of all kinds such as Elbows. Tees, Bends, Crosses, etc. All Si7;e3 
of Gas Cocks. Service Cock<, Meter Cocks, Bi'b Cocks Union Couplings in great 
variety. All ki".ds of GUis^. s, Wicks, &c. Plumbers' Basins, Wash and Closet 
Batins, Urinals. &c. Ivory Table Cutlery in gr at variety. 

Geo. "Wostenholm & Sons' ceiebratsd IXL Pocket Cutlery. 



Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



302 



GOLD HILL DIIlECTORY. 



J. F. & H. H. SCHAFER, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



■AND 





^"^ (^^ 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 




ikttte, ® 0mf0ittt^, MttH, h 



504 and 506 SANSOME STREET, 

NEAR CLAY, SAiN" FRANCISCO. 



^^* This Establisliment is now generally known to be the CHEAPEST PLACE 
in the City for good BEDDING. 



JONATHAiy KITTREDGE, 



Manufactures 

FIEE-PEOOF 
BOORS, 

SHUTTERS 

GRATINGS. 

Mob. 6 

NKAR BUSH, 




Battery Street, 

SAr;r aeu-Aisrexsee. 



K WllEMf IB IS @1BIKB. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

IN WHICH THK 

Different Trades and Professions are Classified and Arranged. 



Gold Hill Foundry and Machine Shop. 



This is the name of a new foundry that has just been erected in 
Gold Hill, by Messrs. Herrick, McCurdy & Co. ; it is one of the 
most extensive foundries in the Territory. The various depart- 
ments are under the personal supervision of the proprietors. 
Messrs. McCurdy Bro's, taking charge of the machine shop, and 
Messrs. Herrick, Atchison and Boone, the foundry department, 
the main building is G8 by 45, with an additional wing of 65 by 
14. A large and powerful crane with 40 feet sweep is used in 
the foundry, which is capable of supporting the heaviest kind of 
castings. The pattern room is located on the second floor. 

APOTHECARIES. 

Denny J. J. & Son, Odd Fellows' Building 
GAMBLE E, A. Main street, res High, (see ad p 276) 

ARTIST. 
Beals A. J. Daguerrean Artist 

ASSAYER. ^^ 

HARRIS H. Almarin B. Paul & Co.'s Bank, (see ad p 270) 
Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



304 GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

ATTORNEYS. 

Bishop & Apperson, Main 

Johnson S. M. Main 

KELLOGG S. A. Maynard's Block, Main 

Korn D. K. office op Odd Fellows' Hall, Main 

BAKERS. 

Becker J. Main 
Fleidner G. Main 
McHartnatt J. south Telegraph 
Seller M. American Bakery 
Uhl Adam, Main 

BANKERS. 

MAYNARD & FLOOD, Maiu, (see ad outside front cover) 
PAUL ALMARIN B. & CO., next to Odd Fellows' Hall 

BARBERS. 

Hawkins Geo. Main 
Mayer & Fliedner, Main 

BATHS. 

Mayer & Fliedner, Main 

BLACKSMITHS. 

BUTSCH V. Main, (see ad p 255) 

Eckel , Main 

Hill John, Main 

Lewis M. B. pick makers 

Mason John, N. American F R 

BDAROiNG HOUSES. 

Ball F. P. prop'r Canon House 

Hobbs J. L. Monitor 

Harrold Mrs. Lower Gold Hill 

Hayes Mrs. Lower G. H. Main 

MEAHAN M. Main 

Oesting P. Lower G. H. op Union Mill 

PRAYriVn^LE HOUSE, Mrs. Mary Pray, Divide, bet Virginia 

and Gold Hill, (see ad p 289) 
VESEY HOTEL, Main, (see ad p 297) 
EXCHANGE HALL, (see ad p 267) 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



GOLD SILL BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 306 

BOILER WORKS. 

CORBETT & MOORE, Pioneer Boiler Works, Lower Gold 

Hill, (see ad p 282) 

BOOT AND SHOE EVIAKERS. 

Flynn Thos. C. Crown Point Ravine 
McGinn Henry, Lower Gold Hill, Main 
Nicoll Wm. res Main 
O'Donohue M. Main 
SCHWEAT & MOELLER, Main 
Stockle G. Main 
Winterbauer G. Main 

BOOT-BLACK. 

Whirp J. W. Main 

BREWERIEiS. 

BODEMER & SCHWEIS, " Gold Hill," Main, (see ad p 268) 

BROKERS. 

Arnold Samuel, Main 

Blouin P. office Montminy Building, Main 

Brooke H. C. office opposite Gold Hill "News," Main 

Burnett Geo. G. office Maynard's Block 

Caldwell Edwin, res Telegraph 

Davol Wm. E. Main 

FLAGG H. H. of H. H. Flagg & Co. Post Office Building 

FLAGG H. H. & CO. Post Office Building, (see ad p 265) 

Fox Anthony, office Maynard's Block 

HALE W. E. office Wells, Fargo & Go's, (see ad p 270) 

Hyatt Sam'l, Main 

Hunt S. N. Main 

Jewett A. Main 

Lafferty W. E. Main opposite '• News" office 

Lukin A. Main 

Manning H. A. Maynard's Block 

McDonald A. C. Main 

McGinness J. Maynard's Block 

Mclntyre A. Main 

Morse Edward C. Maynard's Block 

Norton Edward, Main 

Pease G. W. Maynard's Block 

Perkins C. C. res White House 

Phillips opposite " News " office 

Prall J. H. south Main 

Robinson S. H. 

Turney Geo. W. Post Office Building 

Slauk Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



306 GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 

BUTCHERS. 

CRAIGHEAD & RIOHE, City Market, Main 

Hawley , Union Market, Lower Gold Hill 

QUICK & GAGNON, Nevada Market, Main, (sec ad p 290) 

Schneider & Hays, Main 

Whitcomb & Norton, Gold Hill Market, Main 

CARPENTERS. 

Bluett W. B. 

Bope M. M. Main 

Cavan G. North Tunnel Road 

Connell S. North Tunnel Road 

Cook Wm. south Blanchard 

Goodson R. North Am. F. Road 

Hackett R. A. Canon House 

Jacobs G. north Bowers 

Johnson Win. south Telegraph 

Marohn F. Main 

McCloud Wm. D. Virginia City 

McGlauflen S. T. bds Striker's boarding house 

Meacham D. 

O'Connor J. D. north Main 

Odium L. Y. bds Canon House 

Patton J. Divide 

Robinson R. 0. Am. F. Road 

STAN AW AY & SONS, res American City, (see ad p 290) 

Stephenson G. C. Lower Gold Hill 

Willson R. N. north Bowers 

CHEMISTS AND DRUCCBSTS. 

Denny & Son, Odd Fellow's Building 
GAMBLE E. A. drug store, Main, (see ad p 276) 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Bloomfield & Co. Main 

LEVISON B. Main opposite Maynard & Flood's, (see ad p 279) 

CLOTHING. 

Frankenheimer & Co. Main 

HAAS S. & CO. Main, (see ad p.270) 

Harris E. Main 

COMMISSION AGENT. 

FLAGG H. H. & CO. Post Office Building, (see ad p 265) 
HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St, S. F., 



GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 307 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Patton S. J. Divide 

PLAISTED GEO. res cor High and Marston 

Stanaway & Sons, Am. F. Road 

DENTISTS^ 

Beals A. J. Main 
Mayer J. G. Main 

DRY GOODS. 

HAAS BROS. Main, (see ad p 270) 

ENGINEERS. 

Anderson A. Michigan Mine 
Ballad J. W. Succor Mill 
Barnett R. P. Coover's Mill 
Beckworth Geo. north Bowers 
Bower Jno. south B, Virginia City 
Brandt Simon, res Yellow Jacket 

Brigham , Imperial Mill 

Brook J. W. Centreville Mill 

Casey B. Petaluma Mill 

Cocran E. Lucerne Works 

Davis Thos. Maysville Mill 

Elwell Wm. Seale Mill 

Evans N. Lucerne Works 

Gillespie A. Union Mill 

Goff T. A. Alta Mine 

Jackson T. S. Imperial Mill 

Kellogg L, F. Rhode Island Mill 

Kenedy H. W. Empire Mill i 

Laselle H. W. Alta Mine 

LeBlanc E. I. Sapphire Mill and Mining Co' 

Long Wm. M. Virginia 

Mansen Z. Swansea Mill 

Morrow J. B. Scale's Mill 

Mullen Robt. Main 

Ostrom Jno. Virginia City 

Quinlan Jas. Imperial Mill 

Rice E. S. Bowers' Mill 

Roberts J. C. Union Mill 

Roddick W. Gold Hill Mill, res south Telegraph 

Ross Dan'l, Bowers' Mill 

Rule Edw. Marys ville Mill 

Safford J. B. res Globe Hotel 

Sayles L. C. Succor Mill 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple anxi Fancy Stationery. 
31 



308 GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIEECTORT. 

Senderling Juo. C. res Fountain House 
Shirley Wm. Bowers' Mill 
Smith Frank, Coover's Mill 
STODDARD GEO. A. Petaluma Mill 
Wales J. H. Rhode Island Mill 
Wheeler E. M. Main 
Wilton R. S. Divide 

EXPRESSES. 

Coursolles L. G. agent Langton's Express 
Wells, Fargo & Co. Main 

FOUNDRIES. 

EMPISBy Hubbard, McAdams & Co. prop'rs, Virginia and Gold 
Hill Divide, (see ad p 164) 

FULTON, Thos. Jones, prop'r, Virginia and Gold Hill Divide, 
(see ad p 206 & 273) 

Herrick, Mc Curdy & Co. Main, Lower Gold Hill 

HYDE 0. C. prop'r Pioneer, Lower Gold Hill, (see ad front in- 
side cover) 

GROCERIES. 

BURNS W. S. (fe CO. Main, Lower Gold Hill, (see ad p'252) 

Cohn & Co. Main 

Cole & McCrary, Main, Lower Gold Hill 

Crocker & Co. Main 

KORN BROS. Gold Hill Store, Flagg's Block, (see ad p 276) 

LANSING J. V. A. Main 

Musto J. Main 

SHEPARD LEVI, next door to Omnibus office, Main, (see ad 

p292) 
Stern & Weill, Main 
Winne E. J. Centreville Store, Main 

HARDWARE. 

Bittner, Eugene & Co. Main 
Gushing Edw. res south Telegraph 

HOTELS. 

GAINES R. prop'r Exchange Hotel, Main, (see ad p 267)* 

Haub C. Fountain House, Main 

Jackson & Ryan 

Keeley J. D. Nevada, Lower Gold Hill 

Meserve W. H. Barnes Hotel 

Mclntyre M. Golden Eagle Hotel 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S.F.; 



GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 309 

McPike & Pater son, White House 

PRAYSVILLE HOUSE. Mrs. Mary Pray, Virginia and Gold 

Hill Divide, (see ad p 289) 
Perreault J. F. Main opposite Vesey Hotel 
VESEY'S, by H. M. Vesey, Main above Biancliard (see ad p 297) 
Wunsch H. Globe Hotel 
Webster H. Federal, Telegraph 

JOINER. 

Marston L. H. south High 

LAUNDRIES. 

Brry T. Main 

PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY, by White & Hobart, Spring 
Valley, 



PERRY & LEICHTER, Main, Gold Hill, and 508 Battery San 

Francisco, (see ad p 288) 
Sylvester, D. S. wholesale 

LODGINGS. 

Brown Wm. private. Telegraph 
Dodds Miss 0. M. 

LUMBER. 

Diehl Thos. R. west side Gold Hill 

McFarland S. Divide 

Prall & Brown, south Main 

Proctor & Co. Divide • ' 

Russell & Co. Main 

MASONS. 

STANWAY & SONS, American City, (see ad p 290) 

MILLWRIGHTS. 

Bope M. M. Main 

Bullock J. H. Rhode Island Mill 

Clapp D. L. Main 

Gould A. Jackson, Main 

Lemont J. Main 

PLAISTED GEO. cor High and Marston 

Smith F. K. North Tunnel Road 

Whitaker Wm. Main opposite Vesey's Hotel 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Couunercial Blanks, 



310 GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Daily Message, Bloor & Co, prop'rs 

GOLD HILL NEWS, (Daily Evening,) Mynch & Mundall, 
prop'rs, Main, (see ad p 278) 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Brooke H. C. Main 

HALE W. E. office Wells, Fargo & Go's, (see ad p 270) 

OMNIBUS LINE. 

GRAND ALL J. B. Virginia and Gold Hill Pioneer Line, (see 
ad p 286) 

PAINTERS. 

Declier & Blackman, Main 
Hull W. W. Am. F. Road -• 
Lee Brothers, Main 

PHYSICIANS. 

Barnes T. L. Vesey's Hotel, Main 

Bishop S. Main 

Gampbell & Hereford, north Main 

GASTON WM. next door below Yesey's Hotel, (see ad p 268) 

Goss Wm. H. Main 

Hall J, W, Main 

RESTAURANTS. 

Barnum, Main 

BENITZ A. Fashion, Main, (see ad p 252) 

SAN FRANCISCO; Sander & Schaefer, Main, (see ad p 292) 

SADDLER. 

McMartin James, Main 

SALOONS^ 

Allen Mrs. M. Lower Gold Hill 

Birge F. A. Bank Exchange, Main 

BUCK & WAT A, Metropolitan, Main 

Golburn J. E. Nevada Soloon 

FINCH'S SALOON, by Thos. Finch, Main, (see ad p 263) 

FUNSTON & CO., Blue Wing, Main 

GOLD J. M. Main, (see ad p 268) 

Hart G. A. Sample Rooms 

?ODGE & WOOD, WholesalQ Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 311 

|^Iarglot Peter, French Saloon, Main 

McCarty & McGinn, Main 

Phareo & True, Main 

Quelet Geo. Lower Gold Hill 

SAN JUAN EXCHANGE, Schaefer & Lux, Main, (see ad p 295) 

Scliaefer & Lux, Main 

Todd & Chase. Main 

WHITE & YOUST, Main, (see ad p 299) 

STABLES. 

DINSMOPE & AYLSWORTH, Eclipse Stables, Main, (see ad 

p 260) 
Dolman & Clark, Main 
Denise Wm. H. Main 

STATIONERY. 

LEYISON B. Main opp. Maynard & Flood's Bank, (see ad p 279) 
Montminy A. Main 

SURVEYOR AI\aD CEVIL ENGINEER, 

Hunt Geofge, Broadway 

TAILORS. 

Brodham, , Main 

Harris J. Main 

TINNER. 

GUSHING E. Main 

WAGON MAKER. 

BUTSCH YALENTINE, Main, op Golden Eagle Hotel, (see 
ad p 255) 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 

Gamble Wm. south Blanchard 
Grove F. J. Main 
Levy Max, Main 
McYicar C. Main 



HEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO., 

THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE 

^®~ ON THE PACIFIC COAST.-"^ See Advertisement on outside cover. 

Dealers in School Books and Cheap Fublicaticns. 



312 



GOLD HILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



SILVER CITY DiRECTORt. 313 



SILVKR CITY, LYON COUNTY, 



is situated about halfway between Virginia City and Dayton. 
All of the stages running between Virginia and California, over 
the Placerville Route, pass through here, as well as a large pro- 
portion of the travel of the Territory. Silver City relies exclu- 
sively on the mining interests of the surrounding country for sup- 
port. Some of the finest mills in the Territory, as well as the 
richest lodes, lay encompassed within her limits. The past year 
has been particularly noted for the number of private residences 
that have been erected and are now in course of completion. Thei 
citizens display a refined taste, as well as a confidence in the re- 
sources of the country, by the numerous gardens and other exter- 
nal and substantial improvements that they are constantly making. 
Almost every private residence is adorned by numerous tree 
planted around their dwellings, which has the effect of making 
favorable impressions on every one that either passes through or 
takes up a residence within its limits. Silver City is fully rep- 
resented by societies, organizations and social institutions ; which 
for numbers and unity, would be creditable to the reputation 
of larger cities. Having an abundance of granite and other 
building material contiguous to the City, the citizens have 
erected several blocks of buildings composed of the above mate- 
rial, which render them fire proof, and are substantial indications 
to the observing traveler, of the permanent growth and pros- 
perity of the City. 

CHXJRcriii:®. 

Ppesbyterian Church, Silver City. — Rev. W. W. Macomber" 
pastor; services every Sabbath, at 2^ o'clock p. m., at the School- 
house. This Church was organized January 1st, 1864. 

The various other religious denominations are represented, ancJ 
several of them contemplate erecting churches and places of wor- 
ship, at an early date. 

Blank Books of all Descriptious Made to Order. 



014 SILVER CITY DIRECTORY. 

©CII001L.S. 

Active preparations are now being made by the "City Fathers" 
to perfect a system of "City Schools," for the education of the 
numerous and constantly increasing youth of the City. There 
are several schools conducted and supported by private enter- 
prise. 

Silver City Lodge, No. 163, F. & A. Masons. — Dispensation 
granted March 29th, 1863 ; organized April 4th, 1863 ; char- 
tered May 15th, 1863. 

Present officers : Chas. F. Brant, W. M.; August Koneman, 
Treas.; Richard T. Mullard, S. W.; Henry W. Arnold, Sec'y ; 
Moses J. Rourke, J. W.; Jno. M. Kennedy, S. D.j Josiah K. 
Barney, J. D.; Henry Lux, Tyler. 

Present number of members fifty. Stated meetings first Satur- 
day in each Month. Called meetings every Saturday. 

I. O. O. F. 

Silver City Lodge. — Organized April 14th, 1862. Officers 
for the ensuing year : J. Pattie, N. G.; L. D. Noyes, V. G.; D. 
McLaughlin, Treas.; J. W. Adkins, Rec. Sec. 

Number of meml^ers twenty-seven. Meet every Monday even- 
ing at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

eill^VEH CITY OXJ^Kr>. 

The Military of Silver City was organized in October, 1862. 
This Company had eighty-four members when first organized 
under Capt. Zebriskie. It at present boasts of a full complement 
of well drilled members. 

Officers: S. terry, Capt.; C.Garrett, 1st Lieut.: W. H.' 
Campbell, 2nd Lieut.; L. D. Noyes, Brevet; P. J. H. Smith 
Orderly. 

The above Company numbers amongst its members some of 
the best military talent in the Territory. Should an opportunity 
ever be offered 1o test the material of which the citizen soldiery 
of Nevada is composed, the Silver City Guard will give an ac- 
count of themselves which will reflect immortal honors on them- 
selves, as well as the City they represent. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S' F. 



SILVER CITY DIRECTORt'. 315 

A new road is almost completed between this place and Amer- 
ican City. If the mines of the latter place should realize the 
expectations of its friends, the vast amount of teams that will be 
engaged in hauling quartz over this road to the quartz mills 
located around Silver City, will give an impetus to business here, 
as well as a source of great revenue to its owners. From here 
the roads radiate to Carson, Dayton, Humboldt, and the Reese 
River Country. 

Devils Gate Quartz Mill. — Is situated just below the Devil's 
(rate. This Mill was formerly known by the name of the Washoe 
Mill. It was erected by Almarin B. Paul & Co., and was started 
for the first time on the 9th August, 1860. There is a dispute 
and a great deal of controversy between this Mill and Coover's 
Pioneer Mill at Gold Hill, as to which should have the honor of 
having first commenced operations in crushing quartz in the Ter- 
ritory — both having got up steam the same day and the same 
hour. It is a matter open to discussion amongst the oldest in- 
habitants. This Mill has changed proprietors ; it is now owned 
by Irwin & Co. The machinery is driven by a 24-horse power 
steam engine, working two of Howland's batteries of 8 stamps 
each, making in all 16 stamps with a crushing capacity of 20 
tons of quartz in 24 hours. It also has 24 pans of the latest im- 
proved style. J. C. Benson, superintendent. 

Pioneer Quartz Co.'s Mill — In Gold Canon, near Devil^s 
Gate ; erected in 1860 ; started on the 15tli December of the 
same year. It has a 40-horse power steam engine, running three 
5-stamp batteries, with a crushing capacity of 20 tons per day* 
It works 3 of Hepburn's and 28 Knox's pans. The size of the 
main building is one hundred feet square. It is due to the credit 
of the present proprietors to state that for three years it has 
been the most successfully worked Mill in the Territory — not 
having stopped operations longer than twenty hours at any one 
time during that period. J. A.. Toddman, Superintendent ; N. 
P. Sheldon, Business Agent. 

Knickerbocker Mill. — Owned by Messrs. Sherman & Bro. 
is situated in Gold Canon, near American Ravine ; has 5 stamps 

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316 SILVER CITY DIRECTORY. 

with 2 7-feet amalgamating pans, and is driven by a 32-feet 
"water- wheel. Small though this Mill may appear in comparison 
with those surrounding it, yet owing to the advantages of water- 
power, and good management, it is perhaps more profitable to its- 
owners than Mills that boast of greater capacities. 

Bacon Quartz Mill. — Owned by the " Bacon Mill and Mining 
Co.;" situated at the junction of Gold Caiion and American Ra- 
vine, below Silvei' City. Was first built in 1862, and re-built in 
1863. It runs 30 straight stamps, has 18 4-feet and 16 5-feet 
pans, and is driven by an engine of 45-horse power. It reduces ■ 
20 tons of ore in 24 hours. Samuel Doake, Superintendent • L. 
S. Phillipps, Foreman. 

Sparrow, Trench & Co.'s Mill. — Is located in American 
Ravine, a short distance above the Sierra Nevada Hotel. Was 
built during the summer of 1860. Size of building 90 by 75 
feet. It has 20 stamps and 16 7-feet pans; driven by an engine 
of 60-horse power. This Mill reduces about 20 tons of rock per 
day, which is taken from the Company's Claim at Gold Hill. It 
employs 15 hands, working day and night, and is under the 
superintendence of Joseph Trench. 

Bartola Mill. — Is located in Gold Canon, below Silver City. 
It is at present leased to John White. It has 8 stamps and 8 
pans, with a crushing capacity of 10 tons of ore every 24 hours. 
It is propelled by a 16-horse power steam engine ; employs nine 
men, and is under the supervision of the lessee. 

Union Mill. — Owned by George A. Hudson ; was built in 
1861. It is situated in American Ravine, a short distance above 
the Bacon Mill. It has 2 5-stamp batteries, driven by an engine 
of 20-horse power, and is capable of crushing 15 tons of ore in 
24 hours. In the amalgamating department tliere are 8 7-feet 
amalgamating wooden tubs, with one small Wakelee pan. Em- 
ploys about 10 men. George A. Hudson, superintendent. 

Eastern Slope Mill. — Is situated one-half mile below Devil's 
Gate. Commenced operations in 1861. Was then owned by 
the Eastern Slope Mill and Mining Co., but has since changed 
hands, and is now in the possession of Edward McLean. It has 
12 stamps of 950 pounds each, which crush 20 tons of quartz in 
24 hours. It has 6 Hepburn pans, 3 separators, and has an outer 

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settler and flumes for catching quicksilver and amalgam. It ig 
propelled by a steam engine of 45-liorse power, from the Pacific 
Foundry, San Francisco. Employs 14 men. Edward McLean> 
superintendent. 

Phcenix No, 1. — Was erected in 1860, by C. S. Kellogg At 
that time it had 8 wooden stamps, which have been since re- 
placed by 16 iron ones. It has 4 Hepburn pans and 2 settlers, 
driven by an engine of 24-horse power, with boiler to corres- 
pond. Employs nine men and runs day and night. Under the 
supervision of Charles Uznay. 

Phgenix No. 2. — Was constructed in 1861, and has a front of 
100 by 80 feet. It has 4 batteries of 5 stamps each ; runs 22 
amalgamating pans of 6 feet in diameter and 12 of 5 feet. It 
has also a prospecting battery of 2 small stamps. The whole 
making a crushing capacity of 25 to 30 tons of quarts per day* 
It is to be propelled by a new and splendid steam engine of 70- 
horse power, and employs 17 men, and is also under the super- 
vision of Mr. Charles Uznay. 

There are a number of stone and frame houses adjoining these 
two Mills, which are used for ofi&ces, retorting rooms, boarding 
houses for the hands and residence of the proprietor and super- 
intendents. 

Excelsior Quartz Mill. — Is situated in John Town, about 
one-quarter of a mile below the Swansea. It was built in 1861 
and started in November of the same year. It has 8 stamps of 
900 pounds each, which work about 12 tons of rock in 24 hours, 
and has also 10 amalgamating pans ; is propelled by an engine 
of 40-horse power, built at the Vulcan Iron Works, San Fran- 
cisco. Employs nine men ; under the supervision of Mr. John 
Briggs, one of the owners. 

Swansea Mill. — Owned by John Tregloan ; is situated just 
below the Phoenix Mill, in Gold Canon ; was built in 1862 and 
started in June of the same year. It has 12 double-stem stamps 
of 800 pounds each, 18 6-feet amalgamators, 2 5-feet tubs and 3 
concentrators. The capacity of the engine is 40-horse power 
with a 12-inch cylinder of 3-feet stroke. This Mill is capable of 
reducing 18 tons of quartz in 24 hours, and is under the super- 
vision of Mr. John Tregloan, the owner. 

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318 SILVER CITY DIRECTORY. 

Eagle Mill. — Is now being built by H. B. Jones (proprietor). 
It will have three straight stamps with two pans, and will be 
driven by water-power — the wliecl of which is 24 feet in diame- 
ter. As this Mill is to be driven by the same power as the 
Knickerbocker, with careful management there is no doubt but it 
will prove a source of profit to its owner. 

Merchant's Mill. — Situated in Gold Canon, below t!ie Phoe- 
nix, at the junction of Rock Point Mill and Dayton road ; was 
constructed in 1861 ; has 12 stamps, 8 wooden amalgamators and 
9 iron pans. It reduces about 15 tons of quartz in 24 hours — 
running night and day. It is propelled by an engine of 15-horse 
power, and employs 12 hands. Its machinery is adapted for 
working all the precious metals, and is under the supervision of 
C. A. Chapin. 

Sacramento Quartz Mill. — Owned by the Sacramento Mill 
Co.; located in John Town ; situated one mile below Silver City; 
has 12 stamps, working 20 tons of quartz in 24 hours ; weight 
of stamps, 950 pounds each. It has also 12 amalgamating pans 
of 7 feet in diameter, and is driven by an engine of 60-horse 
power ; employs 11 men, working night and day. J. W. L. 
Hunt, superintendent. 



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SILVER CITY DIHECTORY 

FOR THE 

YEAR COMMENCING MAY, 1864. 



bds. .boards, n.. north, s.. south. nr..aear. res.. reside, op. .opposite, 
ad . . advertisements. 

-A. 

Adkins J. W. blacksmith Pride of West Mine 

Adler M. grocer Main, op Eastern Slope Hotel 

Albert John, laborer Phoenix Mill 

Alder & Co. grocers and clothing store, Main 

Allen E. E" mason, Main 

Allen Thos. amalgamator Sacramento Mill 

Allen E. B. wagon maker Main 

Ames D. J. blacksmith with Hortep, Main 

ANGEL J. I. prop'r Eastern Slope Hotel, Main 

ARCADE SALOON, Hall & Noyes, (see ad) 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERTS & HOWARD, prop'rs Devil's Gate 

Toll Road 
Armstrong Wm. prop'r Devil's Gate Toll Road, res at Gate 
Arnold Wm. amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

IB 

Bainar M. with Conrad Weigenstine, Main 

Baker J. H. musician, Main 

Baker J. H. prop'r Occidental Saloon, Main 

Baldwin J. B. amalgamator Sacramento Mill 

Bankheiser P. laborer Eastern Slope Mill 

Barber S. T. carpenter and contractor, res Main 

BARNEY, McDUFFIE & CO. grocers, Main 

BARNEY J. K. of Barney, McDuffie & Co 

Barrett Thos 

Bartlett C. P. druggist, office in Post Office 

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J. K. BARMFA', C. D. McDUFFIE. W. E. DUNBAR. 

BARNEY, McDUFFIE & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



Groceries, Provisions, 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, 

BLANKETS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, 

Mining Tools, Blasting Powder, Fuse, Steel, u 
Main Street, Silver City, N. T. 

PETER BRO^W^ISr, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

DOORN, SASHES, ETC., 

C. S. FITZPATRICK. C. W. KENISON. 

FITZPATRICK & KENISON, 

Main Street, (ojiposite Silvtr House,) Silver City. 

.^~ HORSE and OX SHOEING, and GENERAL BLACKSMITHING f^ 
executed with neatness and dispatch. 

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Bateman L. feeder Bartola Mill 

Bauer Wm. prop'r Union Bakery, Main 

Beach J. F. miner, Main 

Bean John, amalgamator Bartola Mill 

BECKER L. C. prop'r Grass Valley Saloon, Main 

Beers Geo. W. clerk with R. B. Thomlison 

Beers Joseph, carpenter Main 

Beers Thos. miner 

Beetle Chas. W. ass't engineer Merchant Mill 

Beineman August, boot and shoe maker with Mullard, Main 

Bell W. J. cabinet-maker 

Benson J. C. sup't Devil's Gate Mill 

Betker Sam'l moulder Nevada Foundry 

Bidwell Stephen, ass't engineer Eastern Slope Mill 

Bisbois J. miner, bds Oro House 

Black Robt. M. shoemaker Main 

Black Francis, shoe-maker with Robt. Black, Main 

Blair Darlin, clerk Golden Age Hotel. Main 

Blinn H. teamster for Carrick Bro's 

Bloom J. grocer Main, op Steiner & Koneman 

Bloom Jones, clerk with Meyer, Bloom & Co. Main 

BOISOT CHAS. V. druggist Main 

Boisot Chas V. agent for Langton's Express, Main 

Bonhan B. H. miner, 

Bonhan J. S. foreman Pride of West Mine 

Bonham J. H. miner 

Bowen W. helper with Fitzpatrick & Co. blacksmiths, Main 

Branner Fred, ass't engineer Union Mill 

Bresmehen M. shoemaker with Mullard 

Briggs John, owner in Excelsior Mill 

Broad Wm, amalgamator Swansea Mill 

Brown F. W. boarding house at Phoenix Mill 

BROWN PETER, carpenter and builder. Main (see ad) 

Brownlee Thos, blacksmith at Devil's Gate Mill 

Bryson Edward, prop'r Mansion House, Main 

Buffner Chas. chief engineer Excelsior *Mill 

Buob Casper, Silver City Brewery, Main 

Burgefl" Wm. miner, Main 

Burns M. cook at Nevada Hotel 

Butler P. laborer on Devil's Gate Toll Road 

Byron W . W. ass't engineer Pioneer Quartz Mill 



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Campbell Robert, miner, bds Oro House 

Campbell Wm. laborer Hacon Mill 

Carl John, feeder Merchant Mill 

Carle J. G. brewer, Main 

Carley Andrew A. teamster Nevada Foundry 

Carnes J. K. stock broker with Pease, Main, op Wells -F argons 

Carrick Brothers, teamsters 

Carrick B. H. teamster 

Carrick C F. teamster 

Carrigan A. moulder Nevada F 

Carroll Dan, moulder Nevada F 

Casey John, miner Echo Mine 

Chapin Chas. A. foreman Merchant Mill 

Clarkson M. boarding housekeeper, nr Pioneer Mill 

Clarkson M. watchman Devil's Gate Mill 

Clay Geo. H. barber. Main, in the Masonic Hall 

Clenan Peter, laborer French & Go's Mill 

Coile Geo. feeder Union Mill 

Collins Dennis, amalgamator Sacramento Mill 

Coneley E. miner bds Oro House 

Conklin H. chief engineer Sacramento Mill 

Cooper Wm. wagon maker with Sparks, Main 

Cooper A. D. miner Pride West Mine 

Cork J. C. whitewasher, Main 

Cornelison Jno. prop'r feed stable. Main 

Cramer H. feeder and amalgamator Knickerbocker Mill 

Crandall Geo. chief engineer Pioneer Quartz Mill 

Creamer Jno. teamster Carrick Bros 

ID 

Daley M. amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

Daubert F. A. tailor Main 

David E. teamster Swansea Mill 

DEAN GEORGE, postmaster and telegraph operator, Main 

Dean E. H. ass't postmaster 

Dean Geo. notary public, office in post office 

Denny Wm. painter, res Main 

Derr Louis, prop'r Silver City Bakery, Main 

Dettner Geo. restaurant keeper. Main 

Diederson W. A. carpenter Merchant's Mill 

Dick Jno. musician. Main 

Dilley Jas. U. S. Tax Collector, Main 

Dilley C. R. with Jas. Dilley, Main 

Dodge E. K. prop'r Merchant's Quartz Mill, res at Mill 

Doey Wm. miner 

Dolan Jas. laborer Phoenix Mill 

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i)onald McP. teamster Swansea Mill 
Dooley D. laborer Bacon Mill 
Doolin E. ass't engineer Bacon Mill 
Douckun Jas. miner, res Main 
Drum Phylander, miner 
Drum Jas. laborer Bacon Mill 

Drysclel J. prop'r Rob Roy House, Main opp Silver House 
DUNBAR W. E. of Barney, McDuJufie & Co. dealers in groceries, 
etc., Main 

El 

EDWARDS JAS. (colored) prop'r Hannibal Laundry, Main 

Eichiuger Val. tobacconist, Maiu 

Elliott Mrs. E. proprietress Sierra Nevada Hotel, Main 

Enders Alex, ass't engineer Phoenix Mill 

Ensley S. V. amalgamator Excelsior Mill 

Ervin Tlios. E. bar-keeper Chrysopolis SalOOn 

Fallan M. miner Pride of West Mine 

Findley Washington, feeder Union Mill 

Fitzo;erald P. engineer Sacramento Mill 

FITZPATRICK & KENISON, prop'rs blacksmith shop, MaifiC 

FITZPATRICK C. S. blacksmith, of Fitzpatrick & Kenison 

Flanedy Jos. res Main, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co 

Fleming David, laborer Eastern Slope Mill 

Florrance M. foreman Bartola Mill 

Folsom H. feeder Devil's Gate Mill 

Foot Geo. chief engineer Phc6nix Mill 

Forbs Jno. foreman Excelsior Mill 

FOSTER & ROBEDEE, prop'rs Pioneer Stables 

Foster J. H. B. of Foster & Robedee, Pioneer Stables, Main 

Foster Jno. laborer Phoenix Mill 

Frett N. boarding house keeper, Main 



J. H. B. FOSTER. C. C. ROBEDEE 



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J^~ The Largest and most commodious Stable, and the finest Turnouts in the 
Territory. Horses groomed by the day or week. 

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324 SILVER CITY DIRECTORT* 

Gammons C. H. feeder French & Go's Mill 

Garnou P. laborer Nevada Foundry 

Garrett Clias. millwright 

Gear Jno. amalgamator Union Mill 

Geary M. laborer French & Go's Mill 

Gcron Dennis, miner, bds Glarkson's House 

Gibbins A. laborer Bacon Mill 

Gilbert & Swasey, prop'rs Eagle Saloon, Main 

Gilbert J. L. prop'r Eagle Saloon, Main 

Gilbert J. D. amalgamator Bacon Mill 

Gill Z. chief engineer Devil's Gate Mill 

Gillespie Jas. M. musician, Main 

Gilmore Geo. blacksmith, Main 

Gilpin L. res Main 

Gipe E. pattern maker Nevada Foundry 

Gleason F. P. engineer Swansea Mill 

Gleason Wm. amalgamator Swansea Mill 

Gleason E. H. helper Gilmore's shop 

Glover Wm. amalgamator Swansea Mill 

Goldsticker M. prop'r Union and Silver City Market, Main 

GRIER JOHN WILSON, notary, banker, and agent for Wells, 
Fargo <fe Go 

Gross Paul, meat market, Main 

Gross A. with G. A. Gross, Main 

Gross C. A. prop'r clothing store. Main 

Gross Jos. carpenter Phoenix Mill 

GRUBER JOHN G. & MRS. E. ELLIOTT, prop'rs Sierra Ne- 
vada Hotel, Main 

Gruber John C. prop'r Sierra Nevada Hotel, Main 

Gusman Jas. E. teamster for Waddle, Main 



SIERRA NEVADA HOTEL, 



Proprietors— John C. Gruber & Mrs. E. Elliott. 



This favorite Fire-proof Hotel has lately been enlarged, and is now a 



pS^ The TABLE is furnished with the best the Market affords. The BAR is 
supplied with the choicest Cigars and Liquors. 

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SILVER CITY DIRECTORY. 325 

Hadsell John, amalgamator French & Go's Mill 

HALL & NOYES, prop'rs Arcade Saloon, Main 

HALL 0. B. Arcade Saloon, Main, op Silver House 

Handscom Orin, feeder Phoenix Mill 

Hanifan D. rock-breaker Swansea Mill 

Hanson Chas. dish-washer Fashion Restaurant 

Hargrave James, miner Pride of West Mine 

Hargrave H. res Main 

Harlan Joseph, laborer Merchants' Mill 

Harrington B. F. feeder Swansea Mill 

Harrison Jas. carpenter Sacramento Mill 

Harrison Ed. miner General Jackson 

Harp Erastus, miner, bds Oro House 

Hart Mrs. Mary, proprietress Golden Age Hotel, Main 

Hart Lawrence, foreman Phoenix Mill 

Harwood Geo. amalgamator Bacon Mill 

Hassell & Clay, barbers Main, op Oro House 

Hassell John 0. of Hassell & Clay 

Hastings D. L. book-keeper French & Go's Mill 

Hayes James, helper at Gilmore's shop. Main 

Heard J. G. miner Pride of West Mine 

Heather Wm. laborer Phoenix Mill 

Herthein Alex, assayer Phoenix Mill 

Hickok Wm. B. proprietor Pioneer Quartz Mill, Main 

Higgins P. chief engineer Eastern Slope Mill 

Hill Henry, carpenter, res Main » 

Hine R. saloon and boarding. Main 

HISE LOUIS, Boarding House, Main 

Hogan James, amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

Hollaway John, butcher Union Market, Main 

Hoopoth Fred, amalgamator Sacramento Mill 

Horn Alfred, foreman and chief engineer Prenchs' Mill 

Horn T. laborer Union Mill 

Horrigan M. laborer French & Go's Mill 

Hortop C. G. blacksmith. Main 

Howard H. C. Toll Housekeeper, Devil's Gate Road 

Howard B. G. builder 

Howland C. A. helper blacksmith with Spark's, Main 

Rowland A. helper at Gilmore's shop 

Hoy Rich, laborer Swansea Mill 

Hudson Geo. A. sup't and owner of Union Mill 

Hunt J. W. L. principal owner in the Sacramento Mill 

Hunt David, owner in Sacramento Mill 

Hutchinson Wm. head amalgamator Swansea Mill 

I 
Irvin & Co. prop'rs Devil's Gate Mill 

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WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, 

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A. KONEMAN, 



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SILVER CITY QUARTZ SCALES, 

Situated be'o\v Sier *;\ Nevada Motel, 

SILVER CITY, N. T. 

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Jeffers Pat. amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

Jeffers Niles, feeder Bacon Mill 

Johnson Jno. owner in Excelsior Mill, res San Francisco 

Johnson Wni. laborer Nevada Foundry 

Johnston B. J. miner Gen. Jackson Claim 

Jones H. B. prop'r Eag-le Mill, Main 

Jones R. P. miner Pride of West Mine 

Jones A. feeder Eastern Slope Mill 

Jones Sidney, miner 

Kane G-. laborer Union Mill 

Keefer W. miner Pride of West Mine 

Keiser Chas. K. laborer Merchant's Mill 

Kelly Thos. laborer Nevada Foundry 

KENISON C. W. blacksmith of Fitzpatrick & Kenison, Main 

Kenney Thos. teamster Swansea Mill 

Kennedy Thos. feeder Swansea Mill 

Kennedy Jno. feeder Pioneer Quartz Mill 

Kennedy Jas. M. notary public, office Eastern Slope Hotel 

Kilmastin Wm. laborer Excelsior Mill 

Kitz Philip, clerk Steiuer & Koneman, Main 

Klein & Buob, prop'rs Silver City Brewery, Main 

Klein Fredrick, Silver City Brewery, Main 

Kline Ferd. amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

Knapp L. ass't engineer Bartola Mill 

KONEMAN A. of Steiner & Koneman 

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3L, 

Lackland E. R. feeder Sacramento Mill 

Laird Alex, miner 

Lake E. D. chief engineer Merchants' Mill 

Landecker L. grocer, Main, op Eastern Slope Hotel 

Leary Dennis, moulder at Nevada Foundry 

Lefever A. amalgamator Excelsior Mill 

Legler J. P. laborer Merchants' Mill 

Leniman B. blacksmith racramento Mill 

Lienhart Joseph, laborer Union Mill 

Lindsay Calvin, miner 

Lindsay Jasper, miner 

Lindsay Wm. mill-man, res on road above Silver City 

Lindsay H. E. amalgamator Eastern Slope Mill 

Louis John, ass't engineer Trench & Co's Mill 

Low Joseph, clerk Bacon Mill 

Luders W. A. U. S. ass't assessor, Main 

Lyons Thos. amalgamator Trench & Co's Mill 

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328 SILVER CITY DIRECTORY, 

Mack Wm. laborer Union Mill 
Martin J. E. laborer Sacramento Mill 
Martz James, miner Echo Mine, Gold Hill 
Marx A. clerk with Alder & Co. Main 
Masters E. Laborer Phoenix Mill 

Mead & McCone, prop'rs Nevada F. situated below Silver City 
Mead J. F. owner in Nevada Foundry, situated in John Towa 
Mead Martin moulder at Nevada Foundry 
Merry Thos. carpenter Swansea Mill 
Meyer M. grocer Main, op Steiner & Koneman 
Meyer, Bloom & Co. wholesale and retail grocers 
Minick J. C. teamster for Waddell 
Moore P. laborer Bartola Mill 
Morgan F. mining sup't, res Main 
Morrison Fred, feeder Phoenix Mill 
Morse B. S. owner in Sacramento Mill ■ 
Mouse Peter amalgamator Union Mill 
Mullard R. T. shoe-dealer Main 
Munckton Jos. Chrysopolis Saloon, Main 
Murphy John, laborer Trench & Co's Mill 
Murphy John, feeder Sacramento Mill 
Murphy R. miner Pride of West Mine 
Murphy John, laborer Bartola Mill 
Murray Allen F. druggist with Boisot, Main 
Myer Wm. baker with Bauer, Union Bakery 
Myrick C. E. Chrysopolis Saloon, Main 

MYRKJK & MUNCKTON, prop'rs Chrysopolis Saloon^ Main, 
op Steiner & Koneman 

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McColgen E. amalgamator Phoenix Mill 

McCone John, owner in Nevada Foundry, situated in John Town 

McCrisnmon Duncan, tin-smith. Main, op Wells-Fargo's 

Mcduffie C. D. of Barney, McDuffie & Co. grocers, Main 

McEvely James, prop'r Mansion House, Main 

McGarvin D. amalgamator Devil's Gate Mill 

McKinncy James, ass't engineer Trench & Co's Mill 

McLaughlin D. prop'r Our Office Saloon, Main 

McLean Edward, prop'r Eastern Slope Mill, Gold Canoa 

McNeal J. miner Pride West Mine 

McWilliams John, engineer Bacon Mill 

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Neary 0. S. foreman Sacramento Mill 

Nichols S. C. prop'r Silver House, Main 

Nicliter Geo. M. melter at Nevada Foundry 

NO YES li. D. Arcade Saloon, Main, op Silver House 

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Otis P. H. miner, bds Main 
O'Neil Pat. laborer at Phoenix Mill 
O'Riley James, laborer at Trench's Mill 
Owens Thos. laborer at Eastern Slope Mill 

Palmer B. W, clerk Eastern Slope Hotel, Main 

Paris D. H. prop's Paris' Livery Stable, Main 

Pease A. S. Justice of Peace, Silver City 

Pease A. S. Recorder for Devil's Gate and Chinatown Dist 

Pease & Carnes, stock brokers, Main, op Wells Fargo & Co 

PHILLIPPS L. S. chief engineer and foreman of Bacon Mill 

Pike P. H. att'y-at-law, Main 

Pine J. carpenter, res Silver City 

Pioneer Quartz Go's Mill, owned by Hickok, Sheldon & Toddman 

PIONEER LIVERY STABLE, Main, Foster & Robedee (see ad> 

Pimentel J. Mrs. prop'rs Union Saloon, Main 

Piatt Norman, school teacher, Silver City 

Polley Flint M. amalgamator Eastern Slope Mill 

Potting Wm. amalgamator Devil's Gate Mill 

Price A. amalgamator Merchants' Mill 

Quintrall Wm. miner Pride West Mine 

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Ramsdell J. super't Boston Mill 

Rasmussin Chris, amalgamator Swansea Mill 

Rastaw W. miner, bds Oro House 

Reed Dan. foreman Union Mill 

Reese J. M, bar-tender Chrysopolis Saloon 

Riglon J. carpenter Eastern Slope Mill 

Rings Peter, feeder Trench & Co.'s Mill 

Robedee B. C. prop'r Pioneer Stable, Main 

Roberts J. Wm. prop'r Devil's Gate Toll Road, res gate' 

Roberts Wm. H. engineer Swansea Mill 

ROURKE M, J. prop'r Silver City Lumber Yard, Main 

Rufifner Edward, ass'i engineer Excelsior Mill 

Ruiward E. cook Fashion Restaurant 

Ryan John, laborer- Trench & Co.'s Mill 

Ryan John, chief engineer Union Mill 

Ryan J. L. bookkeeper Nevada Foundry res John Town 

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W. H. STEPHENSON, M. D., 

Mlj^IlV STItEET, SILVEK, CITY, 

Gives special attention to the treatment of all 

DISEASES OF THE HUMAN SYSTEM 

And from an experience of twelve years of general practice, can 
Safely GcakaJitee Satisfaction to all who may place themselves under his care. 



Special attention given to the treatment of 

RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, DIPTHERIA AND PARALYZED LIMBS. 

WILLIAM SPARKS, 



]VrA.IIsr STREET. 



Opposite Mansion House, 



SIXj"VEI^ CIT-Z-. 



'M 



HORSE SHOEING AND BLACKSMITHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Executed with the greatest dispatch. 

R. B. TOMLINSON, 

SILV^ER CITY, 

DEALER IN 

G10CE8IES & PSOYinONS, 









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AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MINING IMPLEMENTS. 

BRANCH STORE AT AMERICAN CITY^ 

Between Reed's Mill and Norton's Land Office, 
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SILVER CITY DIRECTOEY. 331 



Sanborn A. feeder Pioneer Quartz Mill 

Scott E. R. wagon-maker with Fitzpatrick & Kenison 

Schramm Geo. shoe-maker, Main 

Scribner Fred, amalgamator Merchants' Mill 

Shafer Thos. chief engineer Bartola Mill 

Shaw Samuel, moulder Nevada Foundry 

Sheldon V. P. prop'r Pioneer Quartz Mill, Main 

Sherman & Bro's prop'rs Knickerbocker Mill 

Sherman C. L. prop'r Knickerbocker Mill 

Sherman Geo. prop'r Knickerbocker Mill 

Schmidt P. J. H. deputy sheriff, bds Sierra Nevada Hotel 

Schmidt Jeremiah, barber, Main 

Smith & Co. prop'rs Washington Market, Main 

Smith Casper, meat market, Main 

Smith A. A. prop'rs Oro House, Main 

SPARKS WM. blacksmith. Main, (see ad) 

Sparrow, Trench & Co. prop'rs of Sparrow, Trench & Go's Mill 

and Mine 
Sparrow Erastus, milling, res San Francisco 
Stanker Joseph, helper at Fitzpatrick & Kenison's blacksmith 

shop, Main 
Steele H. M, att'y at law. Main 
Steele W. (M. D.) office Main 
STEINER & KONEMAN, grocers and general merchandise, 

Main 
STEINER SAMUEL, firm of Steiner & Koneman, res S Francisco 
Steiner J. bookkeeper with Steiner & Koneman 
STEPHENSON W. H. Doctor, office Main 
Stock Chas. laborer Trench and Co's Mill 
Storey Chas. A. bookkeeper Swansea Mill 
Sullivan John, amalgamator Pioneer Quartz Mill 
Sullivan P. feeder Devil's Gate Mill 
Swasey V. M. prop'r Eagle Saloon, Main 
Sweeny P. moulder Nevada Foundry 



SAN FRANCISCO DRY GOODS STORE. 



DEALER IN 

FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. 

A FULL ASSORTxMENT OF DRY GOODS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

No. 84 South Street, Virginia City, N. T. 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancy Stationery. 
34 



332 SILVER CITY DIRECTOBT. 

T 

Tailleur M. stationer, Main 

Tallman J. A. head feeder at Bacon Mill 

Teackle E. W. milling, res San Francisco 

Terry J. L. Texas Saloon, above Devil's Gate 

Terry John teamster for Carrick Bro's 

Terry Geo. F. feeder Merchants' Mill 

Terry J. grocer, Main 

Thompson H. A. sup't of Pride "West Mine 

Tobler J. M, miner Pride West Mine 

Todman J. A. prop'r Pioneer Quartz Mill, Main 

Toll Robt. carpenter, bds Sierra Nevada Hotel 

TOMLINSON R. B. dealer in groceries and provisions, below 

Nevada Hotel 
Totis H . amalgamator Phoenix Mill 
Townsend E. L, amalgamator Excellsior Mill 
Travis J. B. clerk for M. J. Rouke, lumber dealer 
Tregloan John, prop'r and sup't of Swansea Quartz Mill 
Trench Joseph, milling 

XJ 

Uznay Chas. superintendent of Phoenix Mill 

"V 

Vincent Philip, laborer Nevada Foundry 

Vollmar Edward, clerk with Steiner & Koneman, Main 

Waddell James A. teaming 

Wagner Conrad, tailor, Main 

Wagoner Chas. ass't engineer Phoenix Mill 

Wakeman W. miner, bds Miners' Home 

Wallace Mrs. B. S. prop'r Miners' Home above Devil's Gate 

Walrod Robt. H. stable-keeper. Main 

Waters J. (col'd) agent for Hanibal Laundry, Main 

Watson J. feeder Eastern Slope Mill 

Watt John, miner Walter Scott Mine, bds Oro House 

Watt Wm. miner Walter Scott Mine, bds Oro House 

Weigensteine Conrad, prop'r Conrad's Saloon, Main 

Weis Chas. sadler, Main 

Wcnnerblad Fred, carpenter with Brown, Main 

Whaland E. rock breaker Devil's Gate Mill 

Wliite John, prop'r Bartola Mill, res Lower Gold Hill 

White John, milling, res above Devil's Gate 

Whitesidcs Josh, teamster Swansea Mill 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St, S. F., 



SILVER CITY DIRECTORY. 333 

Whittemore Y. stock broker, bds Sierra Nevada Hotel 

Wilbur R. blacksmith with Hortop, Main 

Williams B. C. feeder Excelsior Mill 

Williams F. feeder Excelsior Mill 

Wilson A. minor, bds Golden Age Hotel 

Woods E. miner Leo Mine. 

Woods L. Wm. miner Leo Mine 

Woods Edward, ass't engineer Devil's Gate Mill 

Wright John, prop'r Nevada Hotel, Main 

Young Jos. laborer Sacramento Mill 

Young Thomas, miner, Main 

Young R. S. P. miner, above Devil's Gate 



NO CURE, NO PAY ! 



consrsxjLT-A.Tio3sr p^piee i 



PRIVATE DISEASES IN MALES AND IRREGULARITIES IN FEMALES 

Are the great destroyers of health ; they attack insidiously the structure and 
gradually undermine and destroy it ; they drive the bloom from the cheek, the 
lustre from the eye, the strength and vigor from the frame ; they give to the 
world puny and diseased offspring, and poison through successive generations the 
race of man. The finger marks can be seen in 

SCROFUL.A, COWSIJMPTIOIV, CRIPPI.ES, 

THERE IS "A BALM IN GILLEADl" 

The most obstinate of advanced stages, in either sex, cured in a marvelously 
short period and in the most perfect manner, without the use of Mercury in any 
form, by 

DR. J. C. YOUNG, 

540 WASHINGTON STREET. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



334 



SILVER CITY cmECTOET. 



A NEW SEWING MACHINE! 




^ 



® 



DO NOT BUY A SEWING MACHINE 

UNTflL YOU HAVE SEEN THE FLORENCE 

SAMUEL HILL, General Agent, 

111 MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 




Corner of Montgomery and Bush Streets, 

SAN EHAFGISGO. 

LEWIS LELAND & CO. - - PROPRIETORS. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

m WHICH THE 

Different Trades and Professions are Classified and Arranged. 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 

Kennedy F. H. & J. M. office in Eastern Slope Hotel, Main 

Pike P. H. 

Steele H. M. office Main 

BAKERS. 

Bauer Wm. Union 
Derr L. Main 

BLACKSS^iiTHS. 

FITZPATRICK & KENISON, Main (see adv. p. 320) 

Gilmore George, Main 

Hortop C. G. Main 

SPARKS WILLIAM, Main (see adv. p. 330) 

BOARDING HOUSES; 

Clarkson Michael, Main 
Drysdel J. Rob Roy House 
Fret N. 

Hine R. Hine's House 
Hise Louis, Main 

SIERRA NEVADA HOTEL, J. C. Gruber & Mrs. E. Elliott 
prop'rs. (see adv. p. 324) 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

BLACK ROBT. M. Main 
Mullard R. T. Main 
Schramm Geo. Main 

Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



336 SILVER CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BREWERS. 

Klein & Buob, Main 

BUTCHERS. 

Goldsticker M. Silver City Market 
Goldsticker M. Union Market 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Bell W. J. manufacturer chairs, etc 

CARPENTERS. 

Barber S. T. Main 

Beers Jo. Main 

BROWN PETER, builder and contractor, Main (see ad. p. 320) 

Hill Henry, Main 

Pine J. 

Wennerblad F. with Brown Peter, Main 

CLOTHING. 

BARNEY, Mcduffie & CO. (see ad p 320) 

Gross C. A. 

STEINER & KONEMAN, (see ad p 326) 

CONTRACTORS. 

BROWN PETER, Main (see ad. p. 320) 
Howard B. C. 

DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES. 

Bartlett C. P. 
Boisot Chas. V. Main 

ENGINEERS. 

Branner F. ass't Union Mill 
Dooley E. ass't Bacon Mill 
McWilliams John, ass't Bacon Mill 
PHILLIPPS L. S. chief Bacon Mill 
Ruffner Chas. chief 
Ryan John, chief Bacon Mill 

EXPRESSES., 

Boisot Chas. Y. Langton's, op. Paris' Livery Stable, Main 
Fast Freight and Express Co. office Main 
Grier J. W. Wells, Fargo & Co. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



SILVER CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 337 

FOUNDRIES. 

Mead &, McCone, Nevada 
PIONEER, (see ad inside front cover) 

GROCERIES. 

Alder & Co. Main 

BARNEY, Mcduffie & CO. (see adv. p. 320) 

Meyer, Bloom & Co 

STEINER & KONEMAN, Main, (see adv. p. 326) 

Terry J. Main 

TOMLINSON R. B. (see adv. p. 330) 

HOTELS. 

ANGEL J. F. Eastern Slope, Main 

Hart Mrs. Mary, Golden Age, Main 

McEvely & Co. prop'rs Mansion House, Main 

Nichols S. C. Silver House, Main 

SIERRA NEVADA, J. C. Gruber & Mrs. E. Elliott (see ad p 324) 

Smith A. A. Oro House, Main 

Wright John, Nevada 

LIVERY STABLES. 

PIONEER, Foster & Robedee, op. Eastern Slope Hotel, (see ad. 
p323) 

LUMBER. 

ROURKE M. J. Silver City Yard, Main, (see ad. p. 326) 

MASON. 

Allen E. E. res. Main 

MERCHANTS-GENERAL. 

BARNEY, McDUFFIE & CO. (see adv. p. 320) 
STEINER & KONEMAN, (see adv. p. 326) 
TOMLINSON R. B. (see adv. p. 330) 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Dean Geo. office in Post Office, Main 
Grier J. W, office in Wells-Fargo's, Main 
Kennedy James M. office Main 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks. 



338 SILVER CITY BUSINESS DIEECTORT. 

PAINTER. 

Denny Wm. Main 

PHYSICIANS. 

Steele W. Main 

STEPHENSON W. H. Main, (see ad p 330) 

RESTAURANTS. 

Dettner Geo. Fashion 

SADDLER: 

Weis Chas. manufacturer 

SALOONS^ 

Baker J. H. Occidental 

Becker L. C. Grass Valley, Main 

Gilbert & Swasev, Eagle, Main 

HALL & NOYES, Arcade, Main (see adv. p. 326) 

McLaughlin D. Our Office Saloon 

Myrick & Muncton, Chrysopolis Hall, Main 

Pimentel J. Mrs. Union 

Sierra Nevada, J. 0. Gruber & Mrs. E. Elliott 

Terry J. L. Texas Gold Hill 

Weigenstein C. Conrads, Main 

STABLES. 

FOSTER & ROBEDEE, Pioneer, (see ad p 323) 
Paris D. H. Main 

STATIONERY. 

Tailleur M. Main 



Haubert F. A. Main 
Wagner C. Main 



McCrumnon D. Main 



TAILORS. 



TINNER. 



WAGON MAKERS. 

Cooper Wm. Main 

FITZPATRICK & KENLSON, (see ad p 320) 

SPARKS WM. (see ad p 330) 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



AMEEICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 339 



AMERICAN CITY, STOREY COUNTY. 



Is situated one and a half miles south-west of Gold Hill, on 
the main travelled road between California and Virginia. Th6 
road is in excellent order, and extensive improvements are being 
constantly made which gives it a prestige over any of the othef 
roads leading through the Territory. From the point at which 
this road leaves the Dayton and Carson road the ascent is gradual, 
giving to it the exclusive travel of all heavy teams loaded for 
Virginia. The citizens have displayed an energy in building up 
this city which is not excelled by any body of people in th-e Ter*- 
ritory, although but little was known of American City except- 
ing the richness of the mines in the locality, previous to the 
present spring, buildings have been erected with such dispatch, 
(and rapidly doubling in numbers,) that the place now presents all 
the features of an old and well established city. Here can be 
found representatives from almost every trade, business or pro^ 
fession. The rapid growth of ihe city is caused by the rich 
developments and numerous well-defined lodes discovered in and 
around the city. The excitement in past years has been so great 
in other localities that the majority of prospectors passed through 
here and went to places that were heralded to them through the 
aid of wily runners and interested speculators. When the out^ 
side bubbles bursted this spring, and the excitements subsided, 
the returning emigration seeing the advantages of the place and 
the richness of the mines, hastened to niake locations and erect 
suitable dwellings, the result of which is, that there has been 
more buildings erected, and improvements made here, during the 
past few months, than in any other city in the Territory. A 
number of quartz mills are now in course of erection, and several 
more have been ordered. The cite of the city has a natural loca^ 
tion which is possessed by none of the neighboring' cities* 
There are several springs which furnish sufficient water to supply 
the demands of a large city, besides several more have been 
struck by miners while tunnelling in the vicinity, which secure 
to the city an ever abundant supply of this indispensible fluid. 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancy Stationery. 
35 



340 AMERICAN CITY DIRECTOE"?. 

Reed & Wade's quartz mill, situated at American City, was 
built in 1861 by Smith, Wade & Co., runs four batteres of two 
stamps each, making- eight stamps in all, which reduces about 
eight tons of quartz in twenty-four hours ; it has six amalgamating 
tubs, two Hepburn pans, and one agitator. The mill is run by 
an engine of 20-horse power, and crush custom rock, superintended 
by the proprietors. 

Rigby & Co.'s quartz mill, situated on American Flat, was 
erected in 1862, owned by Rigby Bros., Brewster & Breet ; runs 
two batteries of five stamps each, making ten stamps, which re- 
duces about fourteen tons of quartz in twenty-four hours ; has 
five Varney amalgamating pans, and four settling tubs, driven by 
a steam engine of 30-horse power, crushes custom rock. This 
mill has a prospecting pan for working small lots of ore, also 
an assaying and smelting apparatus. The boiler is of Nevada 
manufacture, having been made by the Pioneer Boiler Works in 
Lower Gold Hill. This company were fortunate in securing 
such an excellent natural site for the location of their mill and 
works. 



Office at Virginia Hotel, cor. Sutton Avenue and B Sts., 



Jl^* This Establishment being the oldest and largest in the City, situated free 
fi'om dust, and having a good quality of water, is now prepared to give to its 
patrons a superior style of work. 

Wagons Eun Daily to Eecsive and Deliver Washing. 

ORDINARY WENDING AND BUTTONS SEWED ON 

^'Tr- Orders attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. "t§2^ 

MARK THE DBFFERENCE BETWEEN 

" PIONEER " and '* PI ONEER STEAM LAUNDRY." 
HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St, S. F., 



FOR THE 

YEAR COMMENCING MAY, 1864. 



bds.. boards, n.. north, s.. south. nr..near. res.. reside, op. .opposite, 
ad . . advertisements. 

Adams J. H. prop'r American Citv Sta2:e Line 
AMERICAN CITY STAGE CO."^ runs'bet Virginia and Ameri- 
can City 
AMERICAN CITY HOTEL, Wm. Fawcett, (see ad) 
Anderson G. G. miner, bds American City Hotel 
Armstrong J. miner, bds American City Hotel 



Bacon Frank, miner, bds American City Hotel 
Baker J. W. carpenter 
Bath Joseph, F. butcher 
Beltier M. blacksmith nr Toll House 
Berk John, blacksmith 
Bodwell J. D. carpenter 
Hogar C. S. amalgamator Reed's Quartz Mill 
BOOHINGER & ORTH, grocers (see ad) 
BOOHINGER M. grocer, of Boohinger & Orth 
BOOTHERTON J. R. prop'r American City Store, (see ad) 
Boyden Wm. miner, bds at Strother's 
Brett J. R. of Rigby & Co's Mill, res San Francisco 
Brewster Calvin, prop'r Russ House 
Brewster S. T. of Rigby & Co's Mill 
Brown James, Feeder Reed's Mill 

BROWN S. H. prop'r Brown's Lumber Yard, nr Washoe Toll 
House, (see ad) 

Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



342 



AMERICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 



EXCHANGE SALOON, 



A-]M[EIIIC.4.]V "F1L.A.T. 



BEST QUALITY OF WINES, LIQUORS ETC, ALWAYS ON HAND. 



" You will find Brown as snug as a Bug in a rug, 
And snugger than any other Bug-ger." 



M. BOOHINGER, 



R. ORTH. 



BOOHINGER & CO. 



RETAIL DEALERS IN 



^wmm, ^tmmm$, ^ifi§u, #fc., 

ISrEj\.It THE L^IVD OFFICE, 

^MERICA^lSr CITY, IST. T. 



JAMES R. BROTHERTON, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

MERCHANDISE, CLOTHING, ETC. 

(near Miantonomoh Works.) 

^IMERIO^N CITY, 
THEODORE GOSSE, PROPRIETOR. 



Board and Lodging by the day or week. Rooms for families. 



THE BAR IS FURNISHED WITH THE BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wliolesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



AMEEICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 343 

BROWN HENRY C. Notary Public, and prop'r Brown's Ex- 
change, res and office American Flat, (see ad) 
Brown John, cook at Rigby & Go's Mill 
Burke V. foreman Empress Mine 
Burns Luke, miner Empress Mine 
Burns Michael, recorder Am. District 
Burne M. Jr. toll housekeeper of Am. F. Toll Road 

o 

Carlton R. N. prop'r American Exchange Hotel 

Carlton W. P. 

Carson James, ranchman 

Childers L. C. chief engineer Rigby & Go's Mill 

Chism John, carpenter and builder 

Collins Chas. P. chief engineer Miantinomoli Mine 

Conely E 

Crawford Wm. C. miner 

Crawford T. miner, bds Eureka Hotel 

Cuddiiigton J. S. bar-tender at Browns' Exchange 

Curtis D. S. 

ID 

Danley W. N. miner 

Davis James P. carpenter 

Davis T. J. owner of lime kiln 

Delavan Geo W. miner Bell Vernon Mine 

Dolan M. miner 

Dowell F. M. carpenter and builder 

Dutton Geo. laborer Rigby & Go's Mill 

Eyde Peter, feeder Rigby & Go's Mill 

in 

FAWGETT WM. prop'r American City Hotel 
Fortin J. whim-driver Empress Mine 
Fry Milton L. prop'r Stone House 

o- 

GLOVER E. F. agent American City Land office 

Gordon J. H. carpenter 

Grant R. P. carpenter 

Green Henry, miner 

Griffin J. miner 

Grinell Joshua, ass't amalgamator Rigby & Go's Mill 

GOSSE T. prop'r Eureka'Hotel 



Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



344 AMERICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hanson E. miner 

Havens James, steward at American City Hotel 

Heppel John, plasterer 

Holms Joseph, engineer Reed & Wade's Mill 

Hunt Samuel, miner Continental Mine 

HUNT WM. stock broker and mining sec'y 

I 

Issen J. H. mining secretary 

J" 

Jacob J. G. miner 
Jahn Henry, prop'r City Hotel 
Jones H. H. engineer Reed's Mill 
Jones Robert, prop'r milk-ranch 



KALLEY D. W. prop'r Our House, on Divide Am. Flat 
KEEPERS J. T. prop'r with Lee, of Willows Saloon 
Kiser Samuel, owner in American City Brewery 
Kline Louis, owner in American City Brewery 
Kline & Kiser, prop'rs American City Brewery 
Kyger Peter, carpenter 

LEE BARTON, prop'r with Keepers, of Willows Saloon 

LEE & KEEPERS, prop'rs Willows Saloon 

Lillie Crist, painter 

Lingelfeter J. L. miner, bds at American Exchange 

Lint E. carpenter and builder 

Logan W. C. carpenter, res American City 

Lopez Manuel, miner 

Lynch Thos. blacksmith shop, op Brown's Lumber Yard 

Lyon James, ass't engineer Rigby & Go's Mill 

Marchant Geo. bar-tender at American City Hotel 

Maiipin Thos. J. sup't Miantinomoh Mine 

Maynard C. amalgamator Rigby & Co's Mill 

MIDDLETON W. 0. Lumber Dealer 

Miller G. miner 

Minto Wm. engineer and surveyor, office at Brown's Exchange 

Monty Joseph, blacksmith nr Toll House 

Moss T. H. owner in Miantinomoh Mine 

Murry Thos. amalgamator Rigby & Co's Mill 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. P., 



AMERICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 345 

McCarty P. prop'r McCarty's Saloon 

McCleand James, miner 

McDaniel J. H. laborer at Am. F. lime kiln 

McFarland S. prop'r lumber yard, bet American City and G. H 

McGurk Wm, carpenter Baltic Mine 

McKay Dan. miner, bds American City Hotel 

McMillan A. M. carpenter and builder 

McMillan David, feeder at Rigby & Go's Mill 

McMillan R. carpenter 

McPeck J. carpenter 

McReynolds Robt. owner of lime kiln 

IS! 

Nisbet J. R. American City Saloon 
Nugent F. miner Scott Consolidated 

o 

O'Conor M. ass't engineer Miantinomoli Mine 
Olvany Thos. miner Bell Vernon Mine 
O'Neii C. miner, bds Thorn's House 
ORTH R. grocer 

-^ 

Peterson A. miner 

PRINCE B. American City Stage Line 

Radczewosky & Birke, prop'rs blacksmith shop 

Radczewosky Jacob, blacksmith 

Rasner J. B. brakesman Miantinomoh Mine 

Redwine J. F. owner in lime kiln 

Redwine & Co. prop'rs American F. lime kiln 

REED WM. M. American City Stage Line 

Reed G. K. owner in Reed & Wade's Mill 

RIGBY A. J. of Rigby & Co's Mill, res Oakland, Cal 

RIGBY JAMES A. of Rigby & Co's Mill 

Rigby & Co. prop'rs Rigby's Mill 

Robinson James M. helper with H. Sheel 

Sargent H. E. laborer Rigby & Co's Mill 
Saxtorph A. miner 

Sexton James miner, bds Central House 
Sheel H. blacksmith and wagon-manufacturer 
Shontz I. S. clerk at Russ House 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks. 



846 AMERICAN CITY DIEECTORY. 

DEALER IN 

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, NAILS, LOCKS, &C. 

YARD NEAR WASHOE TOLL HOUSE, 

JliEiliii ilTI iiTEL 

Near Rigby & Co.'s Quartz Mill 



WILLIAM FAWCETT, (Late of Sacramento) PROPRIETOR. 

JKl'^Table is furnished with all the delicacies of the scasoii.'=@H 
.^"BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF LIQUORS.-®^ 

^ Large and extensive Stables are connected with this Hotel for the accommoda' 
tion of teams, etc. 



BARTON LEE. J T. KEEPERS. 



AMERICAN CITY. 



A place of Resort, Amusement and Refreshment. A Race Track 

always ready. 



BARTON LEE & J. T. KEEPERS, PROPRIETORS. 



^V^ILLIAM HUIsrT 



jSL3>J'X> 



OF THE FOLLOWING COxMPANIES : ^ 

Jim McClellan, Orion, Hunt, Braden, West Gold Hill and Washington. 

OFFICE, AMERICAN CITY, N. T. 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



AMERICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 347 

SMART GEO. H. clerk for R. B. Tomlinson, branch store 

Smith John, miner Empress Mine 

Smith Henry, miner 

Snyder F. V. prop'r meat market 

Snyder J. J. miner 

Steel James, carpenter Rigby's Mill 

Strother E. miner, res op American Exchange 

Stuart Wm. A. teamster Rigby's Mill 

T 

Thompson Thos. M. laborer at Am. F. lime kiln 
THOMPSON R. prop'r Central Hotel 
Tomlinson R. B. branch store, res Silver City 
TOMPSON H. H. millwright, works at Reed's Mill 
Tucker James, teamster Rigby & Go's Mill 

WADE ABNER, owner in Reed & Wade's Mill 

WALL G. millwright and general mechanic 

Warren I. F. 

Watkins James, miner Bell Vernon Mine 

Wheeling John, miner bds American City Hotel 

White John, teamster 

White W. J. bds Central Hotel 

White H. G. machinist 

White A. H. miner 

White A. C. carpenter 

Willson Wm. miner 

WILLOWS SALOON, Keepers & Lee" 

Winkerman milkman for Jones 

WINN H. S. & CO. prop'r Pioneer Lumber Yard' 

WINN H. S. lumber dealer 

Wright H. S. brakesman MiSntinomoh Mine 

Wright W. ass't amalgamator Rigby & Co's Mill 



JOHN 0. MITCHELL & CO., 

408 Pine Street, above Montgomery^ 

SAixr ae'B.Aiiirexseo. 




mmn t 




All Garments guaranteed to give satisfaction. "^^ 
Dealers in Every Variety of Staple aad Fancy Stationery. 



348 



AMERICAN CITY DIRECTORY. 



S. ALSTROM. 



G. S. JOHNSOJf. 



LICK HOUSE, 

ALSTROM & JOHNSON, PROPRIETORS, 

Comer Sutter and Montgomery Streets. 



This House is in every respect the 



lit 



>@ 



OF — 



idC^SS- IS'QQS,4^S:3-C^IZ^C^CS>» 



Its interior Is finished vrlth a degree of excellence unsurpassed 
by any Hotel In the United States. 



iJkl 



In fact, All the Improvements of the Age. 



The Proprietors, (formerly of the Oriental, 

Will endeavor to please all who favor them with their patronage. 

WHITE SUIPHUUPRINGS, 



This Favorite Resort will remain under the management of 

MR. S. ALSTROM. 

Haying made EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS on the 



The public can rest assured that their sojourn at the Springs 
will be made pleasant. 

S. ALSTROM, Proprietor. 



HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

IN WHICH THE 

Different Trades and Professions are Classified and Arranged. 



BREWERIES. 

Kline & Kiser 

BLACKSMITH & WAGON MAKERS. 

Lynch Thos. 

Peltier & Monty, Ameriean City Shop 

SheelK 
Snyder F. V 

BROKERS AND MINING SECRETARIES. 

BROWN H. C. 

HUNT WM. (see ad p 3-46) 

CARPENTERS. 

Dowel F. M. builder 
Gordon J. H 
McMillan A. M 
McPeck J. 
STANWAY & SONS 

ENGINEER. 

Minto Wm. civil, office Brown's Exchange 

GROCERS. 

BOOeiNGER & ORTH, (see ad p 342) 
BROTFIERTON J. R. (see ad p 342) 

TOMLIXSON R. B. store in Silver City, branch American City, 
(see ad p 830) 

Blank Books of all Descriptions Made to Order. 



350 AMERICAN CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

HOTELS. 

Brewster Calvin, Russ House 

Carlton R. N, American Exchange 

FAWCETT WM. American City (see ad p 346) 

GOSSE T. Eureka (see ad p 342) 

Jahn Henry, City Hotel 

K alley D. W. Our House 

Thompson R. Central 

LUMBER. 

BROWN S. H. Brown's Yard, (see ad p 846) 
McFarland, branch, bet G. H, and Am. Flat 
WINN H. S. & CO. Pioneer 

MILLWRIGHT. 

Wall G 

NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Brown Henry C. office American Flat 

RECORDER. 

Burns M. American City District 

SALOONS. 

BROWN H. C, Brown's Exchange, (see ad p 342) 

Burnes M. Empress 

LEE & KEEPERS, Willows, (see ad p 346) 

McCarthy P. McCarthy's 

Nisbet J. R 

ALEX. K. BALDWIN. JAMES MICHAEL. 

A. R. BALDWIN ^ CO., 

I (Successors to S. H. MEEKER & CO.,) 

IMPORTERS AM) JOBBERS OF 



mum m E'@m 







Agency of Longworth's Wines, Chestnut Grove Whisky, and Cucomungo 
Vineyards, San P-ornardino County. 

je^FlNE WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN, IN BOND."^ 
HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F, 



AMERICAN CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



352 



AMERICAN CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




411 SAlVSO]\XE STI^EET, 

Between Commercial aud Sacramento, SAN FRANCISCO. 



DOUBLE BARREL GUNS, RIFLES, 

*iitmi»' mm sii 



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. POWDER, SHOT, LEAD AND CAPS. 



And Repairing oxecnted in the neatest manner. 
Dealers in School Books and Cheap Publications. 



MININGS DIRECTORY 

CONTANING THE NAMES OF CLAIMS, THE NUMBER OF FEET OWNED',- 

THE DISTRICT IN WHICH THEY ARE LOCATED, NAME OF 

SECRETARY, AND THEIR ADDRESS. 



-A.ToToxeATia.tiojiajS. 

P. F.. Pioneer Foundry. G. S. .Gold Hill. Dist. .District. Va .. Virginia; 
Va. Dipt.. Virginia District. B S. S. .Blue Sulphur Springs. Pal .. Palmyra. R. 
R.. Reese River. Am. F.. American Flat. Sec'y. .Secretary M. Co.. Mining 
Company. Ft. .Feet. Sh. .Shares. G. S. .Gold and Silver. S. V. Dist, .Spring" 
Valley District. S. S. Dist. .Silver Star District. Cor.. Corner. I. S.. Indian 
Springs. D. G.. Devil's Gate. Red Mt..Red Mountain. Of.. Office. Con.. 
Consolidated. N. C. .North C Street. S. C. .South C Street. S. C. .Silver City. 
Mt.W.. Mount Wells. 

.A. 

Abell and Key, 2000 ft. G. H. Dist. W. W. Bishop sec'y, office G. H 
Abernpthy, G. H. Dist. 1040 sh. H. Bruckman sec'y, office 48 s B, Va 
Adolph, Devil's Gate Dist. 1000 sh, A. S. Pease sec'y, office S. City 
jEtnu, S. Heidelheim sec'y, office Dayton 

Agate, 600 ft. G. H. Dist. W. E. Hale sec'y office Wells-Fargo's G. H 
Alabama, Silver Star Dist, 800 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y, office over Wells- 
Fargo's Va 
Alamance, Con. 8200 ft. V. Dist. W. A.M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 s C, V« 
Alameda Coal Co. 880 sh, C, D. McDuffey sec'y, office Silver City 
Alban, W. O, Farnsworth sec'y, 73 Montgomery, San Francisco 
Alladin, 2400 ft, G. H. Dist. V, F. Valle Sec'y, office G, H 
Allison Ranch, Spring Valley, 1400 sh, A. C. Knox sec'y, office room 

13 Taylor's Building, Va 
Almaden, Desert Dist. 1200 sh, W. W. Coryell sec'y office 45 s C, Va 
Alpha, S. D. Fulton sec'y, office 43 s B 
Alpha, G. H. Dist. Chas. Foreman sec'y, office G. H 
Altoona, H. E. Woodruff sec'y, office G. H 
Alturas, M, Mygatt sec'y, office 94 s C 
Amador, W, K. Cutler sec'y. Roe's Building, B 
Amazon, Va. Dist, 1200 sh. J. H, Dupai.x sec'y, office 25 s B, Va 
Amazon, J. P. Winnie sec'y, office G. H 

Ajnerican Basin, 9300 ft. Humb't Dist. J. B. Fulton sec'y, Va 
Am. City, G. H, Dist, 500 sh, W. W, Coryell sec'y, office 45 s C, V» 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



35i MINING DIRECTORY. 

Am. City, AI. T. & W. Co. 2500 ft. G. H. Dist. U. P. Hutchings sec'y 

Am. Flat, Nevada, J. M. Anderson sec'y, 32 s B 

Am. Flat M. Co. 1200 ft. G. H. Dist. G. G. Burrett sec'y, office May- 

nard's Biocic, G. H 
Am. Shield & Red Mt. 1200 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y office Wells-Fargo's 
Am. and Silver City T. R. Co. 500 sh. T. Barcley sec'y office 1 s B. Va 
Andrew Jackson, 800 ft. G. H. ]3ist. H. C. Brooke sec'y G. H 
Andrew Jackson, Reese K. 1600 sh. B. F. Moses sec'y office 26 n C, Va 
Anna, Devil's G. Dist. 800 ft. L. A. Hauck sec'y, office G. H 
Antelope, G. H. Dist. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C. Va 
Antelope, D. G. Dist. 1400 sh. J. T. Mc:Mahon sec'y, office s C, Va 
Apple, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. W. W. Price, sec'y, office 37 s C, Va 
Atlantic, 1200 ft. G. H. Dist. J. F. Linthicum sec'y, office Va 
Argentoro, H. Butenop sec'y. office cor B & Union 
Arrington Co. J. F. Linthicum sec'y, office G. H 
Arizona, 1200 ft. G. H. Dist. D. F. Hodges sec'y, 8 s C, Va 
Arizona, 1200 ft. S. S. Dist. S. B. Turner sec'y, 33 s C, Va 
Aspinwall G. & S. M. Co. Argentine 

Astor, G. H. Dist. E. C. Lovell sec'y, 436 Jackson, San Francisco 
Atchison, Va. Dist. 6000 shs. G. W'. Hopkins sec'y, office 48 s B, Va 
Atlantic, D. G. Dist. 1800 sh. A. C. Knox, sec'y, office, room 13 Tay- 
lor's Building, Va 
Atlas, 1200 ft. G. H. Dist. D. K. Korn sec'y, G. H 
Atwill, Flowery Dist. 1800 sh. S. E. Wetherell sec'y, office 62 s B, Va 
Aylsworth, 800 ft. G. H. Dist. Geo. G. Burnett sec'y, office Maynard's 
Block, G. H 



Bacon M. Co., S. Doake sec'y, office B. F. Hasting's Bank, Va 
Badger, Desert Dist. 1200 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, office 45 s C. Va 
Bajazet & Golden Era Con. F. F. Fargo sec'y, office 45 s C. Va 
Baker Co., G. W. Talmadge, office 23 s C. Va 

Baldwin, G. H, Dist., 1040 sh. H. Brick man sec'y, office 48 s B. Va 
Ball, 1000 ft. V. Dist. W. McKay sec'y, 26 s C. Va 
Ballard, 2000 ft. A. F., C. C. Warner sec'y, 7 s C. Va % 
Baltic, G. H. Dist. 1800 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, office 45 s C. Va 
Baltimore American, M. Leichtenstein sec'y, office 19 n C. Va 
Baltimore American, W. T. Atwood sec'y, office 224 Montgomery, S. F 
Banner, Erastus Bond sec'y, office 27 n B 

Barley, V. Dist. 2200 sh. A. H. Griswold sec'y, office over Wells- 
Fargo's, Va 
Baton Rouge Con., 1800 ft. V. Dist. C. C. Harvey sec'y, 32 s C. Va 
Beach & Paxton, V. Dist. L. Hermann sec'y, Va 
Beard, 400 ft. B. S. S. Dist. M. Leichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C. Va 
Belcher, G. H. Dist. 1040 sh. H. Bruckman sec'y, office 48 s B. Va 
Belle Union, 1400 ft. S. S. Dist. R. W. Billet sec'y, 33 s C. Va 
Belle Fontain, 600 ft. G. H. Dist. A. J. Gould sec'y, G. H 
Belle Vernon, W. R. Morris sec'y, office cor. B. & Union, Va 
Belle of Nevada, Louis Morris sec'y, office 89 s C Va 
Belvidere, V. Dist. E. S. Pierson sec'y, office at Hoffis Lumber office, Va 

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MINING DIRECTORY^ 355 

Ben Franklin, I. S. Dist. 1400 sh. Lewis Goodwin sec'y, 58 n C. Va 

Bennett Co., 600 ft. G. H. Dist. W. £. F. Deal sec'y, 45 s C. Va 

Bennett, E. A. Hills sec'y, office 120 s C. Va 

Bertrand, A. F. Dist. 1200 sli. W. Bremner sec y, office 24 s C. Va 

Best & Belcher, W. Willis sec'y, office 712 Montgomery, S. F 

Beunaventura, G. H, Dist. 2600 sh. J. B. Coffee sec'y, 10 Taylor, Va 

Beaver G. & S. M. Co., G. H. Dist. IQOO ft. A. Lukiri sub sec'y, G. H 

Birdsall, R. Mackintosh sec'y, office cor B. & Union 

Black Warrior, 600 ft. G. H. Dist. G, G. Burnett sec'y, office May- 

nard's Block, G. H 
Blucher, T. Steudeman sec'y, office 72 s C. Va 
Bob Black, 3000 ft. D. G. Dist. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C. Va 
Bob Walker, 1400 ft. G. H. Dist. J. McCarty sec'y, 14 n C. Va 
Bohemian, D. G. Dist. 1000 sh. P. Kitz sec'y, office S. City 
Bolan, M. W. Dist. Churchill Co. 1800 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y, office over 

Wells-Fargo's Va 
Bonanza, 365 ft. V. Dist. W. P. Hutchings sec'y 
Boston, 600 ft. S. V. Dist. M. Leichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C. Va 
Bourbon, V. Dist. 1000 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, office 37 s C. Va 
Bowery, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. W. Krause sec'y, Va Divide 
Braden, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. W. Hunt sec'y, office American City 
Branch Mint G. & S. M. Co. 1200 ft. G. 11. Dist. D. F. Hedges sec'y, 

8 s C. Va 
Broadway, C. A. Shaeny sec'y, office s C. Va 
Broderick, B. S. S. Dist. 2000 sh. H. H. Crone secV, office Va 
Brooklyn. Tunnel & M. Co., V. Dist. 2200 sh. T. Barclay sec'y, office 

1 s B. Va 
Brother Jonathan, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. S. J. Devoe sec'y, 19 s B. Va 
Brown & Nickison, A. F, Dist. 1500 sh. H, C. Brown sec'v, Amer'n 

.City 
Buckeye, Argentine Dist. F. A. Marston sec'y 
Buckeye, S. H. Sweetapple sec'y, office Dayton 
Buenavista, I. S. Dist. 160 ft. T. B. Storer'^sec'y, G. H 
Burke & McClellan Con. 1800 ft. G. H. Dist. J. F. Linthicum sec'y, 

office Va 
Bullion, J. C. Leconey sec'y, office Taylor bet. C. & D 
Bullion, G. H. Dist. 2500 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, office 48 s B. Va 
Burke, M. W. Dist. 1800 sh. M. Wygatt sec'y, office ov^r Wells-Far- 
go's, Va. 
Burke & Hamilton, B. F. Hastings, Va 

Burning Moscow, J. P. Nourse sec'y, office 620 Washington, S. F 
Byron, Genessee Dist. 8000 sh. S. G. Martin sec'y, office 85 s C. Va 



EDOAR E. WATTS, 
Secretary of Mining Companies and Stock Broker, 

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING, 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancy Stationery. 

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356 MINING DIRECTORY. 

o 

Caledonia Tunnel & M. Co. G. H. Dist. &00Osh. R, H. Newton sec'y, 

office 9 s B, Va 
Caledonia, R. N. Newton sec'y, Post Office Building, B 
Calitornia, J. C. Leconey see'y, office Va 
California, Va. Dist. 300 ft. L. Hermann sec'y, Va 
Caliph. 1600 ft. G. H. Dist. H.C. Brooke sec'y, G. H 
Canada West, 1600 ft. Va. Dist. W. E. F. Deal sec'y, 45 s C, Va 
Canadian, S, D. Steel see'y, office cor C & Taylor 
Capital 100 ft. Va. Dist. J. H. Lehigh sec'y, cor C &and Union 
Capital, B. S. Springs Dist. 1600sh. A. Cramer sec'y, office 7 s C. Va 
Capitola, T. J. Owens sec'y, office Armory Hall, S. F 
Carrie Mack, 1800 ft. N. Dist. S. N. E.Strauss sec'y, 26 s C, Va 
Carson, G. H. Dist. 1400 ft. W. W. Bishop sec'y, office G. H 
Cascade, G. H. Dist. 2000 ft. G. V^. Turney sec'y, office G. H 
Casselli, Ind. Spring Dist. H. Dreschfeldt sec'y, office south E 
Cedar Hill Tunnel, C. T. Hobart sec'y, 620 Washington, S. F 
Cedar Tree, W. W. Bishop sec'y, office G. H 
Centreville, W. R. Rhodes sec'y, G. H 
Central, P. II. Frank Sec'y office at Mill, E, Va 
Central American, H. P. Forrester sec'y, office 436 Jackson, S. F 
Central Park, 1000 ft. G. H. Dist. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 
Cerro Pasco, Va. Dist. 1000 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, office 37 s C, Va 
Challenge, 1000 ft. G. H. Dist. John White sec'y, office G. A 
Challange, G. H. Dist. 600 ft. A. D. Brooks sec'y, office G. H 
Champion, Devil's G. Dist. 2100 sh. A. S. Pease sec'y, office Silver C 
Champion, 1400 ft. G. H. Dist. Geo. G. Burnett sec'y, office Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
Chaniplain, Va Dist. 800 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, office, 45 s C, Va 
Chapin, E. A. Hill sec'y, office 120 s C. Va 
Charles Caney, G. Evans sec'y, office G. H 

Cherokee, Am. Flat Di.?t. 2000 sh. Ketcham Piatt sec'y, office G. H 
Chicago, Como Dist. W. G. Lee sec'y,- office Como 
Chippewa, J. C. Leconey sec'y, office Va 
Chollar, W. E. Dean sec'y, office 434 California, S. F 
Chrisopolis. Va. Dist. J. P. Corrigan sec'y, office at Mexican mine, Va 
Churchill, Va. Dist. 3000 sh. T. Barclay sec'y, office 1 s B. Va 
Cincinnati, 1600 ft. G. H, Dist. A. S. Arrington sec'y, office Va 
Claremont, W. O. Smith sec'y, office Va 
Clement, 1000 ft. Va. Dist. S. B. Turner sec'y, 33 s C. Va 
Cleopatra, Va. Dist. 2200 sh. C. G. FuTik sec*y, office 15 n B. Va 
Cleopatra, D. Dist. 1800 sh. T. Fitch sec'y, office cor. Taylor & B, Va 
Clinton & Hubbs, J. P. Winnie sec'y, office G, H 
Clio G. & S. M. Co. 2600 ft. R. M. Dist G. Stitle sec'y, 35 s B. Va 
Clipper, B. S. S. 1200 sh. W. A. Luders sec'y, office S. C 
Coburg, J. C. Leconey sec'y, office Va 

Coercion, G. Dist. bOO sh. A. Kramer sec'y, office 7 s C. Va 
G.le, VV. E. Wood sec'y, office 123 California, S. F 
Collossus, W. H. Rhodes sec'y, office Taylor's building, Va 
Colorado, D. M. Desmond sec'y, office cor. B. & Union. 

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MINING DIRECTORY. 357 

Colorado Co., G. H. Dist. 1800 ft. H. H Flagg sec'y, office G. H 
Columbia, 1500 ft. N. V. Dist. W. E F. Deal, sec'y, 45 s C. Va 
Columbus, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. H. S. Winn, office American City 
Colusa, D. G. Dist. 1200 sh. A. II. Griswold sec'y, office over Wells- 

Fargo's, Va 
Combined Effort, 700 ft. G. II. Dist. W. O. Conwell sec'y, office G. H 
Comstock Con. D. G. Dist. 1400 sh. W. Samson sec'y, 25 n B. Va. 
Confidence, Argentine Dist. W. E. Hale sec'y, office Wells-Fargo's 

building, G. H. 
Confidence, G. A. Dist. A. B. Paul sec'y, office Paul's block, G. H. 
Consolidated Brotherhood, D. N. Berlin sec'y, office Union block B. Va 
Cons'd Cedar Hill, 4300 ft. Va. Dist. R. W.' Billet sec'y, 33 s C. Va. 
Consolidated Co. W. W. Bishop sec'y, office G. H 
Consolidated G. & S. M. Co. G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. A. H. Griswold 

sec'y, office over Wells-Fargo's, Va 
Consolidated Grass Valley, T. Barclay sec'y, cor. B. & TTnion, Va 
Consolidated Mt. G. H. Dist. 2200 sh. A. Kramer sec'y, office 7 s C. Va 
Constantine, Va. Dist. 1000 sh. J. B. Plunkett sec'y, office 16 n B. Va 
Constitution, P. Dist. 1300 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, office 14 n C. Va 
Constitution, L. T. Heath sec'v, office American City 
Continental, G. H. Dist. 2000^ft. G. W. Turney sec'y, office G. H 
Contraband, 700 ft. G. H. Dist. G. G. Burnett sec'y, office Maynard's 

block, G. H 
Coppers, 1000 ft. G, H. Dist. G. G. Burnett sec'y, office Maynard's 

block, G. H 
Coryell, S. S. Dist. 2000 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, office 45 s C. Va 
Cosmopolitan, T. J. Owens sec'y, office Armory Hall, S. F 
Cosmopolitan, H. J. T. Schell sec'y, office 93 s C. Va 
Cosser, S. D. Fulton sec'y, office 43 B. Va 
Crescent, D. G. Dist. 2000 sh. W. A. Luders sec'y, office S. C 
Crinoline, E. A. Hills sec'y, office 120 s C. Va 

Cristo & India Con. G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C. Va 
Crocker, C. H. Eastman sec'y, 119 D. Va 
Crcesus, G. H. Dist. 600 ft. J. Pfoutz sec'y, of. G. H 
Grossman, C. A. Witherell sec'y, of. Como 
Crowell, Mt. W. Dist. 1800 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y of. over Wells-Fargo's 

Va 
Crown Point Rav. G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. R, H. Newton sec'y 9 s B, Va 
Crystal Peak, R. D, Ferguson sec'y, of, Va 
Cumberland Coal Co. H. Hugert sec'y 
Cyclopes & Sanoita Con. Va, Dist. 3200 sh, J, R. Plunkett, 16 n B, Va 

ID 

Daly, Va. Dist. 20OO sh, B. F. Moses sec'y, 26 s C, Va 
Daney, Devil's Gate Dist. A. De Senailhac sec'y, 515 Sansorae, S. F 
Daney, No. 2, D. G. Dist. 1400 sh. Victor Ressayre sec'y, 115 n B, Va 
Daniel Webster, Rd. Mt. Dist. J. W. Brown sec'y, 113 s C, Va 
Daniel Low Coal Co. J- Carmichael sec'y, R'^e s IBuild. n B, Va 
Dansville Iowa, Devil's G. Dist. 800 sh. A. S. Pease sec'y of Silver C 
Dardanelle, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. C. V. Goodrich of. Lansings's G. H 

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358 MINING DIRECTORY. 

Davis, Red Mt. Dist. 2400 sh. B. F. Moses sec'y, "26 n C, Va 

Dayton & Mont. Ledge, Palmyra Di?t. 2000 sh. M. Thomson 14 C, Va 

Dearborn, Summit Lake Dist. 1400 sh. C. C. Warner sec'y 7 s C, Va 

Decatur, J. N. B. Carver sec'y, of. G. H 

Deep Red, S. S. Dist. 1000 sh. S. B. Turney sec'y, 33 s C, Va 

De Groot Con, Thos. Barclay sec'y, of. cor. Union and B, Va 

De Groot, P. N. Ryan sec'y, ot, cor. B, and Taylor 

Delevan Blue S. S. Dist. 1200 sh. T. J. Devoe sec'y, 19 s B, Va 

Dell, John Fowler sec'y, 326 Clay, S. F 

Delmas V, Rassayre sec'y, 115 n B, Va 

Desert, Flowery Dist. D. Wilder sec'y 240, Montgomery S. F 

De Witt Clinton, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. J. L. Moore sec'y, 10 s B, Va 

Diamond, Blue S. Spring Dist. 1300 sh. P. 11. Pike sec'y, of. Silver C 

Dictator, S. S. Dist. 1600 ft. Wm. L. Hoover sec'y, 54 s C, Va 

Don Carlos, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. Joseph Loryea sec'v, 17 n C, Va 

Double Eagle, Va Dist. 2000 ft. W. E. F. Deal sec'y, 45 s C, Va 

Douglas, G. W. Blackford sec'y, of Dayton 

Dr. Perry, G. H. Dist. IGOO ft. Dr. Perry sec'y, G. H 

Dudley, Am. Flat, 2000 ft. H. M. Barnes, of. Vesey Hotel 

Dugliss, Va. Dist. 800 sh. C. Grey Sec'y, 62 s C, Va 

Dundley, Am. Flat, 2000 ft. H. M. Barnes sec'y, of. G. H 

EI 

Early Dawn, D. G. Dist, J. H. Brewer sec'y, 40 Mont. Block S. F 

Eastern Crown Point, W. Sansom sec'y, of. B. Va 

Eastern Slope, D. G. Dist. J. J. Cushin^ sec'y, 627 Clay, S. F 

Eastern Cruwn Point, G. H. Dist. 1400 sh. W. Samson sec'y, 25 n B.Va 

East India, S. H. Brown sec'y. of. Am. City 

Echo, C. C. Harve^r sec'y, 22 s C. Va 

Effingham, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. W. W. Bishop sec'y, of. G. H 

Eldorado Coal Co., E. W. Blackford sec'y, of Dayton. 

Eldorado, W. H. Martin sec'v, 627 Clay, S. F 

Ellis Co., G. H. Dist. 400 ft. W. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 s C. Va 

El Progresso, G. H. Dist. 1800 sh. J. T. McMahon sec'y, of s C. Va 

Empire, G. H. Dist. A. Cramer sec'y, 7 s C. Va 

Empress Eugene, Va. Dist. 1800 sh. L. E. Bulkeley sec'y, 41 s B. Va 

Empress, J. S. Dudley sec'y, 422 Mont. S, F 

Enterprise, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. W. Bremner sec'y, 24 s C. Va 

Eugenia, G. PL Dist. 900 ft. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C. Va 

Eugenie, Am. Flat, 2000 ft. Wm. E. Hale sec'y, of. Wells- Fargo's 

Eureka, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. Moses Hirschman, sec'y G. H 

Evening Star, Arg. Dist. 1800 ft. Geo. G. Burnett sec'v, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
Exchange, Palmyra Dist. 1000 ft. Geo, G, Burnett sec'y, of, Maynard's 

Block, G, H 



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MINING DIRECTORY. 359 

Fail-play, G. H. Dist. 4000 sh. Geo. Murphy sec'y, IT-J^ s B, Va 
Fail-view, G. H. Dist. 2400 ft. G. A. King sec'y, of. Va 
Falls of Clyde, Esm'a Dist. W. L. Duncan sec'y, Pioneer Hall, S. F 
Faulkner, Am. Flat Dist, IGOO sh. H. C. Brown sec'y, Brown's Ex, 

Am. F 
Favorite, Devil's Gate Dist. J Kelly sec'y, of Hoff's Lumber of. Va 
F. C. Loomis, T. J. Steele sec'y, of. Va 

Federal Republic, N. Shiverick sec'y, of. cor. Clay and Mont. S. F 
Federal^ P. Ketchum sec'y, of. G. H 
Filmore, Am. F. Dist. 1400 sh. A. C. Knox sec'y, room 13 Taylor's 

Building, Va 
Finley, Mt. Wells Dist. 1200 sh. Milton Mygall sec'y, of. over Wells, 

Fargo A^. Co., Va 
Fire King, J. Figurere sec'y, of. Howard, Va 
Flora, A. W. Russell sec'y, of. Dayton 
Florida, R. R. Dist. J. Gorman sec'y, 432 Battery, S. F 
Florence, R- R. Dist. 2400 sh. C. D. McDuffie sec'y, of. S. City 
Flowery Queen, B. Ford sec'y, of. Flowery Dist. 
Flowery Hill, Va. Dist. 600 sh. C. G. Funk sec'y, 15 n B. Va 
Flving Cloud, Am. Flat, 800 ft. C. C. Warner sec'y, 7 s C. Va 
Fo"ley, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft, E. E. Phillips sec'y. G. H 
Forcade & Brickard, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. A. Lukin sec'y, G. H 
Forrest Va. Dist. 2200 sh. J. S. Gaige sec'y, 52 s C, Va 
Forest Queen, M. Dist. 1500 ft. A. Luken sec'y, G. H 
Frankel G. H. Dist. 1400 ih. M. Blumlein se'cy, of M. G. H 
Franklin German Con. F. A, Pauii sec'y, of. Nevada Saloon, Va 
Free and Easy, G. H. Dist. 1400 ft. J. White sec'y, of G. H 
Fryburg, A. Dist. 1000, M. Leichtenstein, 19 n C. Va 
Fuller, G. H, Dist. 242 ft, W. E. Hale sec'y, of Wells-Fargo's, G, H 

CBr 

Galena, Am. Flat Dist. 400 sh. M, Byrne Jr. sec'y, of. Am, C 

Gal Conda. Desert Dist. 1200 sh. A. C. Knox, sec'y, room 13 Taylor's 

Building, Va 
Gem, V. Lernery sec'y, of. Sapphire Mill, G. H 
General Hooker, C. L. Farrington sec'y, 528 Clay, S. F 
General Jackson, A. Stott sec'y, 512 Sansome, S. F 
General Vizey, J. W. Brown sec'y, of, Va 
Genesee, Devil's Gate Dist, 950 ft. L. Lillie sec'y, Va 
Gentle Annie, G. A. King sec'v, of Roe's Building, Va 
Gentry, G. H. Dist. 800 sh. J." L. Eckley sec'y, 85 s C, Va 
George Law, Alpine Dist. Alpine Co. Cal, 1500 ft. Wm. L, Hoover, 

sec'y 54 s C, Va 
Georgiana, Devil's G, Dist, 1000 sh. F. S, Sawyer sec'y, of Barnum's 

Hotel, Va 
Georgiania, Va, Dist. F. A, Sawyer sec'y, of Va 
German, Churchill Dist. 2400 sh. Carl Kaiser sec'y, 7 s C, Va 
Germania, Va. Dist. 1800 sh. J. H, Diipaix sec'y, 25 B, Va 

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S60 MINING DIRECTORY. 

Gilmore, A. F. Dist. 2500 shs. W. Doolin sec'y 181 s B. Va 
Globe, A. F. Dist. 1600 sh. A, C. Chapman sec'y 4 n B. Va 
Golden Belt, A. F, Dist. 1600 sh. C. C. Warner sec'y, 7 s C. Va 
Golden Citv, W. Halsey sec'y, of. Va 
Golden Eagle Co. No. 1, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. J. N. V. Carver sec'y, 

G. H 
Golden Gate, N. Shiveric sec'y, 605 Qay S. F 

Golden Horn, G. H. Dist. 25-25 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, 45 s C. Va 
Golden State, A. F. Dist. 1500 sh. A. J. Enders sec'y, of. Va 
Golden Swan, G. H. Dist. 1800 ft. G. W. Turney sec'y, of. G. H 
Golden Wedge, N. Shiverick sec'y, 605 Clay, S. F 
Gold Dust, G. H. Dist. 600 ft. A. Luckin sec'y, G. H 
Gold Hill, D. Dist. 1200 ft. G. W. Pease sec'y, G. H 
Gold Hill Tunnelling Co., A. Canil sec'y of Va 
Gold Hill & Va. Divide, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. G. G. Burnett sec'y of. 

Maynard's Block, G. H 
Good Hope, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. J. V. Coffee sec'y, of. 10 Taylor, Va 
Gotham, J. J. Hayes sec'y, of. G. H 

Gould & Curry, J. C. L. Wadsworth sec'y, Lucas & Turner's Bg, S. F 
Governor Seymour, R. R. Dist. J. Quickhouse sec'y, of. S. F 
Governor Nye, D. G. Dist. C. M. Blake sec'y; of Gov. House, S. F 
Governor Low, J. Brown sec'y, of. Va 
Grand Isle, W. C. Harriman sec'y, of. Va 
Grand Trunk, A. Carrie sec'y, of. Va 
Granite Rock Quarry, Va. Dist. 2200 sh. S. E. Wetherill sec'y, of. 62 

s C, Va 
Grant, S. McCann sec'y, of. Va 
Grant, B. S. S. Dist. W. S. Moffiit sec'y 

Grass Valley, Va. Dist. 4200 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, 48 s B, Va 
Grass Valley and Nepolion Con. Va. Dist. 3400 sh. T. Bark ley sec'y, 

1 s B, Va 
Gray & Cook, D. G. Dist. 600 sh. C. D.McDuffie, of. S. C 
Great Eastern, S. S. Dist. 2000 sh. A. C. Knox sec'y, of. 13 Taylor's 

Build. Va 
Great Eastern, 2400 ft. G. H. Dist. J. B. Jackson sec'y, of. G. H 
Greek Fire, F. Dist. 1600 ft. C. C. Warner sec'y, 7 s C, Va 
Green Mountain, N. G. French sec'y, 426 Montgomery, S. F 
Green, J. J. Mills sec'y, 420 Montgomery, S. F 
Grenada, Va. Dist. 20,000 sh. C. G. Funk sec'y, 15 n C, Va 
Grey Eagle, D. G. Dist. 1400 ft. Wm. L. Hoover sec'y, 54 s C, Va 
Grey & Cook, D. G. Dist. C. D. Mac Duffie sec'y, of S. C 
Grizley, G. H. Dist. 1600 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, of 48 s B, Va 
Guardian, G. H. Dist. 800 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, of 45 s C, Va 



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Hale & Norcross, J. F. Lightener, of. 60 Metropolitan Block, S. F 
Hale & Hunt, Am. F. 1000 ft. Wm. E. Hale sec'y, of Wells-Fargo's 
Hale & Bronson, S. S. Dist. 1100 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, 45 s C, Va 
Hannah Herman, D. G. Dist. 1200 sh. R. T. Milliard sec'y, of. S. C 
Harrald & Argo, Con. 2100 sh J. F. Linthicum sec'y 
Harrison. Geller Ledge, L. F. Yates sec'y, of Va 
Harrison, F. Dist. H. Toomy sec'y. 402 Montgomery, S. F 
Hardnut, V. Ressayre sec'y, 115 n B, Va 
Harem, S. V. Dist. 800 sh. B. F. Moses sec'y, 25 n C, Va 
Harrow, Desert Dist. 2100 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, 45 s C, Va 
Hartford, B. W. Tomlinson sec'y, 606 Merchant, S. F 
Hathaway L. Lillie sec'y, of. at Gould & Curry, Va 
Hawley, D. G, Dist. J. J. Scotchler sec'y, of S. F 
Hawk Eye No. 1, G. H, Dist. 506^ ft. G. W. Pease sec'y G. H 
Hazel Green, Va. Dist. 4400 ft. A. S. McDowell sec'y, 9 s C, Va 
Helvetia, H. Schmidt sec'y, of, cor C, Va 
Henderson, C. C. Harvey sec'y, 32 s C, Va 
Hemingford, A. Carrie sec'y, of Va 
Herkimer, Amador Dist, S. Jaynes sec'y, of. Va 
Hills, E. A. Hills sec'y, Va 
Hooker, J. C. Leconey sec'y, of. Va 

Hooker, Smokey V. Dist. 1000 ft. M. Lichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C, Va 
Honest Abe, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. W. S. Edwards sec'y, 19 s B, Va 
Honest Miner, R. R. Dist. J. Drinkhouse sec'y, of s E 
Honduras, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, 37 s C, Va 
Hope, Smokey V, Dist. 1000 ft. M. Lichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C, Va 
Howell, Mt. Wells Dist. 1800 sh. Milton Mygatt sec'y, of over Wells- 
Fargo's, Va 
Hudson, E. C. Lovell sec'y, 436 Jackson, S. F 
Humes & Norton, G. H. Dist. 1400 ft. L. A. Hauck sec'y, of G. H 
Hunt, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. Wm. Hunt sec'y, of Am. City 
Hughes' Segregated N. American, Wm. H. Bremner sec'y, 17 nC, Va 
Hugh Lamb, G. H. Dist. 300 sh. G. Swenson sec'y, of. Mich. M. G. H 
Hull, H, G. Brower sec'y, of. Va 



Ida, G. H. Dist. 800 sh. S. J. Devoe sec'y, 19 s B, Va 

Idaho, A. S. Pease sec'y, of. G. H 

I. X. L., G. H. Dist. J. F. Linthicum sec'y, of Va 

Imperial, J. C. Corey sec'y, of G. H 

Independent American, J. W. Plumraer sec'y, of. G. H 

Independent No. 2, G. II. Dist. 1000 sh. E. E. Phillips sec'y 

Independent, Va. Dist. 1600 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 

Independent, Pal. Dist. G. A. Kern sec'y, of Como 

Independent, A. Dist. 1000 ft. S. B. Turner sec'y, 33 s C, Va 

Inpependent, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. E. E. Phillips sec'y, G, H 

Indiana, Va. Dist. 1800 sh. B. F, Moses sec'y, 26 n C, Va 

Indiana Queen, Va. Dist. 800 sh. L. C. Bulkeley sec'y, 41 s B, Va 

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362 MINING DIRECTORY. 

Indiana, J. C. Leconey sec'y, of. Va., N.T 

Indispulible, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. P. M. O'Connor sec'y, 77 s C, Va 
Insurance, W. Eversor sec'y, of. cor. Clay & Battery, S. F 
Ironsides, Va. Dist. 2200 sh. C. G. Funk''sec'y, 15 n B, Va 
Isabella, 1). G. Dist. 1200 sk. A. S. Pease sec'y, of. S. C 



Jackson, G. H. Dist, 400 ft. W. W. Bishop sec'y, of. G. H 

Jackson, Ind. S. V. Dist. 1400 ft. W. P. Hatchings sec'y 

Jefferson, D. G. Dist. 1800 sh. A. A. Smith sec'y, of S. C, N. T 

Jewitt& Shepard, G, H. Dist. 1600 ft. D. K. Korn sec'y, G. H 

Jenny Lind, M. J. Power sec'y, of. Wells-Fargo's, Va 

Jim McClellan, G. H. Dist. 2200 sh. William Hunt sec'y, of. Am. C 

John A. Logan, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. W. W. Bishop sec'y, of. G. H 

Jo. Hanna, Arg. Dist. 1200 ft. John White sec'y, of. G. H 

Joe Jackson, Va. Diet. 1200 sh. S. G. Martin sec'y, 28 s C, Va 

Joe Davis, S. D. Pryor, sec'y, of G. H 

Judge Advocate, G. H. Dist. 900 ft. Joseph Loryea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 

Julia, A. Noel sec'y, 607 Washington s, S. F 

Juniata, G. H. Dist. 800 sh. G. W. FTopkins sec'y, 48 s B, Va 

Jupiter, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. Joseph Loryea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 

Jura, John Hunt sec'y, of S. F 

Justice, G. W. Hopkins sec'y, of s B, Va 

Kansas, D. G. Dist. 5100 ft. W. E. F. Deal sec'y, 45 s C, Va 

Kate, G. H. Dist. 9000 ft. C. McVicar sec'y, of G. H 

Kelley Con. H. S. Fitch sec'y, 426 Montgomery, S. F 

Kentucky, G. H. Dist. 2000 ft. Geo. W. Turney sec'y, of G. H 

Kenosha, Va. Dist. 2400 ft. W. W. Savery sec'y, Va 

Kanaka, Palmyra Dist. ISOO sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 

Kennedy, S. Fe Dist. 1400 ft. Wm. L. Hoover sec'y, 5 1 s C, Va 

Keokuk, A. F. Dist. 2400 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y, of. Wells-Fargo's, G. H 

Keystone, G. H. Dist. 1200ft. Geo. W. Turney sec'y, of G. H 

Keystone, Va. Dist. 1200 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y, of over Wells-Fargo's 

King Solomon, G. H. Dist. 1500ft. Joseph Loryea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 

King David, B. S. S. Dist. 2600 sh. John Mesick sec'y, 4 n B, Va 

King Bee, S. S. Dist. 1000 sh. W. W. Coryell secy,- 45 s C, Va 

Kit Carson, G. H. Dist. E. S. Pierson sec'y, of at Hoffs' lumber of. Va 

Knickerbocker, G. H. Dist. 2400 ft. S. A." Kellogg sec'y, G. H 

Knight, D. Wood sec'y, of G. H 

Kohinoor, G. H. Dist. 800 ft. Wm. E. Hale sec'y, of Wells-Fargo's, 

Gold Hill 
Kossuth, D. G. Dist. W. H. Howard sec'y, ot. Court-house, B, Va 

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Laboring Co., G. H. Dist. 900 ft. A, J. Gould sec'y, G. H 

La Crosse, Martin White sec'y, of. Va 

Lady Bryan, F. Dist. J. F. Bailey sec'y, of. 402 Montgomery S. F 

Lady Washington, G. H. Dist. 3300 ft, Wm. A. M. Van Bokkelen 

sec'y, 22 s C, Va 
Lady Bryan No. 2, F. Dist. 1800 ft. G. W. Hazleton sec'y, 14 n C, Va 
Lady Jameson, Am. F. 1200 ft. A. S. McDowell sec'y, 9 s C, Va 
La Fayette, V. Dist. W. E. Moody sec'y, of Va 
La Fayette, L. D. Ingoldsby sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S. F 
Lake View, Des. Dist. 12 6 ft. W. E. F. Deal sec'y, 45 s C, Va 
La Mena, Del. Alto, Va. Dist. 1250 sh. W. S, Edwards sec'y, 19 9 

B, Va 
Lamotte, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. V. F. Valle sec'y, of. G. H 
Lancers, M. Feeney sec'y, of 2b' s B, Va 
La Plata Oro, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. Monroe Thomson sec'y, No. 14 

n C, Va 
La Plata, Mt. Wells Dist. 1800 sh. Milton Mygatt sec'y, of. Wells- 

Fargo's, Va 
Last Chance, G. H. Dist. 375 ft. A. Lukin sec'y, G. H 
Lasselle, R. R. Dist. C. C. Warner sec'y, of Monitor Saloon, C, Va 
La Trobe Tunnel, R. N. Van Brunt sec'y, 706 Montgomery s, S. F 
Leaf M. Co., G. H. Dist. Wm. L, Hoover sec'y, 54 s C, Va 
Lee G. & S. M. Co., G. H. Dist. 600 ft. G. W.' Turney sec'y, of. G. H 
Legal Tender, W. K. Cutler sec'v, of. Va 

Leven, G. H. Dist. 800 ft. Wm. E. Hale sec'y, of. Wells-Fargo's 
Leon, Wm. E. Hale sec'y, of. Wells-Fargo's, G. H 
Leopold, L. W. Carr sec'y, of Va. N. T 
Lester, A. J. Moulder sec'y, 605 Montgomery s, S. F 
Lilie G. & S- M. Co., B. S. S., 1200 ft. L. Li'llie sec'y, Va 
Lincoln, Va. Dist. 1200 sh. T. C. Plunkett sec'y, 16 n B, Va 
Lisbon, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. J. B. Coffey sec'y, N(;. 10 Taylor, Va 
Live Yankee, N. Dist. 1800 sh. A. C. Knox sec'y, of. Room 13 Tay' 

lor's Building, Va 
Loisan, G. H. Dist. 1600 sh. C. V. Goodrich, of Lansing's store, G. H 
Lord Byron, D. G. Dist. H. B. Congdon sec'y, 620 Washington, S. F 
Louisville No. 2, W. T. Court sec'y, of. Va 
Louis Ann, C. B. Goodrich sec'y, of G, H 
Louisville, G. H. Dist. 1400 ft. J. A. Apperson sec'y, of G, H 
Loyal American, B. S. S. Dist. 300O ft. Wm. L, Hoover sec'y, 54 

sC, Va 
Lucerne, J. S. Paxton sec'y, of. City Hall, S. F 
Ludin, D. G, Dist. E. Kennedy sec'y, of S. C 
Lundin, D. O. Dist. 1800 sh. J. M. Kennedy sec'y, of S, C 
Lusby & Beard, :^'. V. Dist. 1200 ft. M. Lichtengtein sec'y, 19 n C,Va 
Lyons & Leland Con., J. F. Pope sec'y, 34 California s, S. F 

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Macy, Va. Dist. 1400 ft. Wm. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 s C, Va 

Madison, R. R. Dist. W. Wheeler sec'y, of. R. River. 

Maggie, G. II. Dist. 2000 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, of. 45 s C, Va 

Maizgie Jane, R. Mt. Dist. 1200 sh. J. McLearn sec'y, 114 s C, Va 

Magnolia, Mon'r & Mogul Dist. 10,(500 ft. G. W.Turney sec'y, of. G. H 

Major, a H. Dist. 400 ft. A. Liikin sec'y, G. H 

MalakolT, R. D. Ferguson sec'y, of Va 

Maloine, Arg. Dist. 1600 sh, Albert Cramer sec'y, of 7 s C, Va 

Manhattan, E. Franklin sec'y, of 338 Montgomery s, S. F 

Mmsfeldj W. R. Morris sec'y, of cor B & Union s, Va. 

Marion, 1. Steudeman sec'y, 05 s C, Va 

Marc Antony, D. Dist. IbOO sh. Thos. Fitch sec'y, of cor. Taylor & 

B s, Va 
Marlette, J. G. Libby sec'y, of Va 

Marshal Ney, D. G.'Dist. 1000 sh, Victor Ressayre sec'y, 115 n B,Va 
Mary Ann, G. H. Dist. 2000 ft. W. O. Con well sec'y, of G. H 
Mary De Neale, J. Larkin sec'y, 210 B, Va 
Mary Ellen, Pevine Dist. 1600 ft. H. C. Lillie sec'y, 54 s C, Va 
Mary Rice, S. S. Arnold sec'y, of Va 
Massey Con., E. Bond sec'y, of Va 
Massilon, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. A. J. Gould sec'y, G. H 
Mattie, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, No. 45 s C, Va 
Mayflower, D. G. Dist. 2400 sh. A. ' Martin sec'y, of cor. B & 

Taylor, Va 
Mayflower, A. F. Dist. 1200 sh. Wm. Bremner sec'y, 24 s C, Va 
May Queen, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. C. D. McDufiie sec'y, of S. C 
May Queen, D. G. Dist. 1000 sh. P. H. Pike sec'y, of S. C 
Mazeppa, Arg. Dist. 1400 ft. W. Krause sec'y, of Va. Divide 
M<-Donald, C. Burbank sec'y, Va 

McLellan, J. Clemens sec'y, 48 Montgomery Block, S. F 
McMeans & Williams, G. H. Dist. 3600 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, 37 

sC, Va 
Mechanics, A. F. Dist. 4600 sh. C. C. Warner sec'y. No. 7 s C, Va 
Medin, T. Steudeman sec'y, G5 s C, Va 
Medina, G. H. Dist. 3200 ft. Wm. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 

s C, Va 
Menkin, Am. F. 1000 ft. G. J, Cole sec'y, G. H 
Merchant. S. S. Di-^t. 2000 ft. M. Lichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C, Va 
Meredith,' G. IT. Dist. 2000 sh. Thos. Fitch sec'y, of cor. Taylor 

& B, Va 
Messenger & Vanderbilt, Va. Dist. 1000 sh. T. Shea sec'y, 62 s C, Va 
Metropolitan, R. River Dist. J. W. Chirk sec'y, of R. River 
Metropolitan, Arc. Dist. 2000 ft. Geo. G. Burnett sec'y, of Maynard's 

Blo(,k, G. H 
Mexican, Va. Dist. 100 sh. J. P. Corrigan sec'v, of at the Mine, Va 
Miantinomoh, G. H. Dist. 2500 fr. II. C. Brooke sec'y, G. H 
Michigan, G. n. Dist. 1500 sh. G. W. Pease sec'y, of G. H 
Midas, G. H. Dist. 85 ft. S. A. Kellogg sec'y, Maynard's Block G. H 
Middlesex, L. W. Carr sec'y, 30 n C, Va 

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Milton, Va. Dist. 1000 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va - 
Milwaukie, Va. Dist. 1200 sh. J. V. Coffee sec'y, 10 Taylor, Va 
Mineral Rock, Arg. Dist. 2000 ft. Geo, G. Burnett sec'y, of. May. 

nard's Block, G. H 
Minerva, Austin Dist. 1000 ft, M. Lichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C. Va 
Minerva, h. D. Ingoldsby sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S. F 
Minnesota, Pal. Dist. 800 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 
Mississippi & Sebastopol, D, G, Dist. 1000 sh. C. D. McDuffie sec'y, 

of. S. C 
Mitchell, G. IT, Dist. E. S. Pierson sec'y, of. at ITofF's Lumber of, Va 
Mogul, D, Dist, 2100 ft. G. W. Pease sec'y, G. H 
Mohegan, Va. Dist. 2::{00 sh. J. R. Plunkett sec'y, 16 n B, Va 
Monitor, Smokey V, Dist. (>00 ft, M. Leichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C, Va 
Monitor Pevine Dist. 1400 sh, A. C. Knox sec'y, ot. Room IH Tay- 

lory's Building, Va 
Monitor, Am. F. Dist. IGOO ft, A. S. McDowell sec'y, 9 s C, Va 
Monmouth & Warsaw, Con. J, Wescoatt sec'y, 45, s C, Va 
Montauk, D, G. Dist, 800 sh. A, S. Pease sec'y, of. S. C 
Monte Christo, Como Dist. V, Rassay re sec'y, 115 n B, Va 
Monterey, John J. Mills sec'y, of. s F 
Montgomery, G. H. Dist. 600ft, E. E, Phillips sec'y, G- H 
Montreal, H. J. S. Schell sec'y, of Va 

Moore. Va Dist. 1800 sh. A, C. Knox sec'y, room 13 Taylor's Bg, Va 
Moray, 560 ft. V, Dist, Wm. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 s C, Va 
Morning Star, Va, Dist. 1600 ft. Wm. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 

sC, Va 
Morning Star, D, G, Dist. 1200 sh. A. S, Pease sec'y, of, S. C 
Moss, R. Wertheman sec'y, of. Exchange Build, S. F 
Mother Lumpkins, G. H, Dist. 2400ft. John White sec'y, of, G, H 
Alount Blanc, J, Cuttle sec'y, of, Va 
Mount Davidson, W. Fell sec'y, 53 Montgomery, S. F 
Mount Eden, H. B, Congdon sec'y, 620 VVashington S, F 
Mount Royal, Pal Dist," 1200 sh. M, Thomson sec'y of, 14 n C, Va 
Mount Vernon, G. H. Dist. 900 ft. H. C. Brooke sec'y, G. H 
Mount Washington, D, G. Dist. H, Tooti-y sec'y, 402 Mont, S, F 
Mount Washington, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. W, H. Beegan sup't, of G. H 
Mountain Co., G, H, Dist, 1200 ft, G, W. Turney sec'y, P. O, Bu, G.H 
Mountaineer, J. C, Spencer sec'y, of. Va 
Mountain Peak, J. Gutte sec'y, of Va 
Muringo, Austin Dist, R. I, Smith sec'y, 8 s C, Va 
Murphy, Va, Dist. 3200 sh. J, McLearn sec'y, 114 s C, Va 

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Napoleon, G, H. Dist. 2300ft, L. G. A. Coursolles sec'y, G. H 
Naragansett, G. H. Dist, 600 ft, Geo, G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
National, J. H. Webber sec'y, of Va 
Navigation, G. H. Dist. lOOOsh. H. Issen sec'y, of. Am. C 
Nelson Con. A. Miller sec'y, of cor Pine & Battery, S. F 
Neriadah, Thos. Fitch sec'y, of. cor Taylor &i B, Va 

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366 MINING DIEECTORY. 

Nevada, Esmor'da Dist. P. B. Cornwall sec'y, of. 608 Merchant, S. F 

Nevada & Golden Era, Thos. F. Croft sec'y, of. G. H 

Nevada Santa Ritta Con. Va Dist. 2800 ft. W. A. M. Van Bokkelen 

sec'y. 22 s C. Va 
Nevada (J. G.) G. H. Dist. 2100 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, of. 48 s 

B, Va 
Nevada, Am. F. Dist. 2000 sh. Albert Cramer sec'y, of 7 s C, Va 
New York, Thos, F. Croft sec'y, of. G. H 
New Star, Humboldt Dist. J. H. Gager sec'y, of. Humboldt 
New Eden, A, S. Gould sec'y, of. 52S Clay, S. F 
New Oregon, G. H. Dist. 1400ft. G. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
New Virginia Con. N. Va. Dist. 0300 ft. W. W. Bishop, sc'y, of. G. H 
New Mount:iineor, F. Brewer sec'y, of Va 
New Zealand & Vanderhoff, B. S. S. Dist. 2000 sh. P. H. Pike sec'y, 

Silver City 
New York Con. D. G. Dist. 2000 sh. W. A. Luders sec'y, of. S. C 
New Orleans, Va. Dist. 2000 sh. S. G. Martin sec'y, 85 s C, Va 
Niagara Falls, D. G. Dist. W. E. iMelville sec'y, of. Va 
Nicaragua, G. W, Pease sec'y, of G. H 
Ninian, R. W. Van Brunt sec'y, 776 Montgomery, S. F 
Northampton, Am. F. Dist. 1400 ft. Chas. L. Ro^se sec'y, Va 
Norton, R. M. Van Brunt sec'y, of 776 Montgomery S. F 
North Star, R. R. Dist. J. F. Drinkhouse sec'y, of S. F 
North Star, H. Schmidt sec'y, of cor D & Smith, Va 
North Potosi, E. V. Joice sec'y of cor Washington & Battery, S. F 
North Pole, Arg. Dist. 1600 ft. D. K. Korn sec'y, G. H 
North Swezy, G. H. Dist. 550 ft. W. W. Savery, Va 
North Ophir, Arg. Dist. 1600 ft. S. B. Turney sec'y, 33 s C, Va 
North Comstock, Red Mt. Dist. 3800 sh. Ellerhorst sec'y, of Va 
North Allison Ranch, G. G. Dist. 1000 sh. J. T. McMahon sec'y, of. 

s C, Va 
Northern Light, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, of 48 s 

B, Va 

North Am., Am. F. Dist. 4100 sh. J, R. Plunkett sec'y, 16 n B, Va 
Nordberg & Lybecker. G. H. Dist. 2900 ft. T. W. Thomson sec'y, 26 

s C, Va 
Nolan, T. G. Murphy sec'y, of Va 

Norma, D. G. Dist. 1400 sh. Victor Ressayre sec'y, ofj 115 n B, Va 
Normnn. Flowery Dist. J. F. Bailey sec'y, of 402 Montgomery S. F 
Nor Wester, W. B. Scott sec y, of G. H 

o 

Oakluid, G. & S. M. Co., Va. Dist. 1200 ft. D, F. Hodges sec'y, 8 s 

C, Va 

Ocean, hid. S. Dist. 1200 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, 37 s C, Va 
Ocean, S. W. Wulffe sec'y, of Va 

O'Connell, D. G. Dist. 1400 sh. R. B. Tomlinson sec'y, of. S. C 
Ohio, B. S. S. Dist, 1200 sh. James Cherry sec'y, of. F s, bet. Smith 
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Old Abe, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. C. F. Duval sec'y, 15 n B, Va 
Olive Branch, S. V. Dist. 400 ft. M. Lichtensteiu sec'y, 19 n C, Va 
Omega, L. D. lugoldsby sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S. ¥ 
Oneoto Con., G.'H. Dist. 2000 sh. Geo. Swenson sec'y, of. at Michi- 
gan Mine. G. H 
Oneida, M. J, Powers sec'y, No. 9 Wells- Fargo's Building, Va 
Ontario, R. R. Dist. A. H. Bewley sec'y, 325 Montgomery, S. F 
Opal, Fl. Dist. 1800 ft. Jos. B. Fulton sec'y, Va 
Oregon, R. R. Dist. J. Drinkhouse sec'y, of. S. F 
Orian, Ind. S. Dist. 1400 ft. Va. U. P. Hutchings sec'y, Va- 
Oriental, M. Dist. J. T. Owens sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S. F 
Overman, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. F. Linthiouin sec'y, of. Va 
Oriental, S. L. Dist. J. Gutte sec'y, 42 n C, Va 
Oro Fino Mill Co,, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. W. W. Savery sec'y, Va 
Original Hawkeye, C. Keifer sec'y, of. G. H 
Original Croesus, J. M. Anderson sec'y, of, Va 
Orion, G. H. Dist, 1400 sh. Wm. Hunt sec'y, of. Am. F 
Orizaba, J. McMish sec'y, of. Dayton 

Orleans Fiat, Va, Dist. 1350 sh. W. Samson sec'y, 25 n B, Va 
Ossian, F. Dist. 2000 sh. Thos, Fitch sec'y, of, cor, Taylor & B, Va 
Ottowa, D. G. Dist. J. Tabor sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S, F 
Overland, S. S. Dist. 1000 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y. No. 45 s C, Va 
Ozark, G. H. Dist. T, Brownjohn sec'y, 240 Montgomery, S. F 

Pacific Tunnel, F, Dist. 15,0.00 ft, Wm. A, M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 

s C, Va 
Pactolus, N. D. Pene sec'y, 20S Clay, S. F 

Palmerston, Va. D. 800 ft. Wm, A, M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 s C,Va 
Palmvra Cm., C, W, Hayden sec'y, 625 Clay, S, F 
Palmyra Mill <fe Min, Co,, U. Payot sec'y 640 Washington, S. F 
Palo Alto, J. S. Watkins sec'y, of. G. H 
Patrick Henry, Va. Dist. 2200 sh. Thos. G. Murphy sec'y, of. Union 

block, Taylor, Va 
Paul Pry, B, S. S. Dist. 1200 sh. F. S. Sawder sec'y, of. in Barnam's 

hotel, C, Va 
Peavine Con. C, Co., Geo. T. Finn sec'y, of, Medan Building, C, Va 
Peck, E. C. Cook sec'y, of. G. H 

Peerless, G. H, Dist. 2400 ft. V, F. Valle sec'y, of G. H 
Pennsylvania & Newcastle Con., D, Dist. 2880 ft. C. L Ross sec'y ,Va 
Piosta, Pal. Dist. Monroe Thomson sec'y, of. Stateler & Arington's 

Bank, Va 
Perseverance, G. H. Dist. 700 ft. H. E. Woodruff sec'y, of. G. H 
Peruvian, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh.S. G. Martin sec'y, 85 s C, Va 
Peytona, C. Stevens sec'y, 622 Washington, S. F 
Philadelphia, Va. Dist. 1600 sh. J. H. Dupaix sec'y, 25 s B, Va 
Pilot, W. K. Cutter sec'y, of Va 
Pioneer, Mt. W. Dist. 1000 sh. A. H. Griswold sec'y, of. over Wells- 

Fargo's, Va 
Pioneer Con, Ledge, Va. Dist. 1100 ft. Wm. A, M, Van Bokkelen 

sec'y. 22 s C, Va 

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368 MINING DIRECTORY. 

Piosta, Pal. Dist. 800 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 

Placer, A. F. Dist. 1400 sh. M. Bunies sec'y, of. Am. F 

Piatt & King, G. H. Dist. 900 ft Geo. W. Turney sec'y, of. G. H 

Plutona, D. G. Dist. J. L. Pool sec'y, 804 Montgomery, S. F 

Polhemus, L. Beegan sec'y, of G. H 

Pompey,G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, 48 s B, Va 

Ponce De Leon, Va Dist. 1000 ft. U. P. Hutchings sec'y, of cor. D 

& Taylor, Va 
Pond, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. Joseph Loryea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 
Pontiac, T. H. Prall sec'y, of G. H 

Pony Express, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. J. L. Moore sec'y, 10 s B, Va 
Poor, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. John Mesick sec'y, 4 n B, Va 
Puor-man, Va. Dist. 200 ft. R. W. Billet sec'y, 33 s C, Va 
Porter, J. J. Treadwell sec'y, 709 Montgomery, S. F 
Potomac, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. A. Lukin sec'y, G. II 
Potter, Desert, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. A. K. Potter sec'y, of. G. H 
Pottsville, L. McGown sec'y, of Va 
Powell, Red Mt. Dist. Jeremiah Wihon sec'y, of Va 
Povvhattan, R. River 12(.0 fc. G. W. Pease sec'y, G. H 
Pride of Nevada, J. (t. Libby sec'v, 30 n C, Va 

Pride &i Big Foot, D. G. Dist. 1200 sh. J. W. Kennedy sec'y, of S. C 
Pride of Washoe, W. E. Moody sec'y, 706 Montgomery, S. F 
Pride of Virginia, Va. Dist. 1000 sh! Geo. W. Prescott Jr. sec'y, of. in 

P. O. Building, Va 
Pride of America, (t. H. Dist. 1000 sh. George G. Burnett sec'y, of. 

Maynard's Block, G. H 
Pride of the West, D. G. Dist. L. D. Ingoldsby sec'y, S. F 
Pride of the West No. 2. J. C. Libby sec'y, 300 n C, Va 
Prima Donna, D. G. Dist. H. B. Congdon sec'y, of 020 Wash'n, S. F 
Progress, D. G. Dist. 1800 sh S. E. Wetherill sec'y, 02 s C, Va 
Providence, G. H. Dist. S. B. Rondey sec'y, of. bovern't House, S. F 

Q> 

Queen of the West, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. E. E. Phillips sec'y, G. H 

Randolph, Indian S. Dist. 800 sh. D. F. Hodges sec'y, 8 south C, Va 

Rappahannock, Pal. Dist. Henry Sternhein sec'y, of Dayton 

Rapidan, C. A. Wetherell sec'y, of Como 

Ravine, S. M. Anderson sec'y, 32 s B, Va 

Real Del Monte, E. Dist. S. Pattee sec'y, 522 Montgomery, S. F 

Real, Del, Oro, B. S. S. Dist. 1200 sh. James Cherry sec'y, of F, bet. 

Smith & Taylor, Va 
Recorder, J. S. Davis sec'y, of Va 

Red Ledge, Des. Dist. 2000 ft. S. Wasserman sec'y, 1 n C, Va 
Red Jacket, D. G. Dist. J. J. Mills sec'y, 420 Montgomery, S. F 
Reese River Ophir, Wm. Willett sec'y, of R. River 
Relief, Wm. Hoover sec'y, of VVells-Fargo's Building, Va 
Republic, G. H. Dist. 800 ft. G. W. Pease sec'y. G. H 

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Restitution, G. H. Dist. 2000 sh. F. S. Sawyer sec'y, of. Barnaul's 

hotel, C, Va 
Reynolds, G. H. Dist. 800 sh. G. W. Pease sec'v, G. H 
Rhode Island, C. R. Dist. 1000 sh. M. Thomson secy, 14 n C, Va 
Rich, W. K. Morris sec'y, of. cor. Union & B, Va 
Richland, M. Holmes sec'y, of. Va 
Richelieu, A. Lukin sec'y, of. G. H 

Rip Van Winkle. S. T. King sec'y, 712 Montgomery, S. F 
Roanoak, G. H. Dist, 1400 ft. W. E. F. Deal sec'y. 45 s C, Va 
Robt. Ellis, D. Dist. 3600 sh. T. Fitch sec'y, of cor Taylor & B, Va 
Robert Emmet, J. G. Carpenter sec'y, of Va 

Robinson Blue, S. S. Dist. 1000 sh. Wm, Bremnor sec'y, 24 s C, Va 
Rock Point, No. 2. W. (). Conwell sec'y, of. G. H 
Rock Island, G. H. Dist. 3000 sh. J. L. Moore sec'y, 10 s B, Va 
Rock Point No. 2, Pal- Dist. 400 ft. W. O. Conwell sec'y, of G. H 
Roman Eagle, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. John White sec'y, G. H 
Rose Bingham, Va. Dist. 1400 B. F. Moses sec'y, 26 n C, Va 
Rothschild, B. S. S. Dist. 3600 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 
Roxby, C. V. S. Gibbs sec'y, of G. H 

Russian, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. S. B. Turner sec'y, 33 s C, Va 
Russell, Va. Dist, 20G0 sh, W. W. Coryell sec'y, 45 s C, Va 
Roger Sherman, Ind. S. Dist. G. A. King sec'y, of. Roe's Building, Va 

Sacramento & Meredith, William Willis sec'y, 712 Montgomery, S, F 
Sam Patch, A. F. Dist 2000 sh. C. C. Warner sec'y, No. 7 s C, Va 
San Bernard, B. F. Ban on sec'y. of Va 
Sand Springs Salt M. Co., S. S. Dist. 2500 ft. G. W. Hazleton sec'y, 

14 n C, Va 
Sandy Bowers, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

block, G. H 
San Francisco, D. G. Dist. 800 sh. P. E. Lallande sec'y. No. 13 n B,Va 
San Jose, G. H. Dist. 1400 sh. J, McLearn sec'y, 114 s C, Va 
San Juan, G. H. Dist. 1400 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, No. 45 s C, Va 
Santa Fe, F. A Marsten sec'y, of Union Block, B, Va 
Santa Rita, W. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec'y, of Va 
Santa Rosa, G. N. Burnham sec'y, 329 Clay, S. F 
Santa Rosa, Pal. Dist. 1200 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, 37 s C, Va 
Satellite, W. B. Scott sec'y, of Am. F 
Savage, G. B. McAneny sec'y, 712 Montgomery, S. F 
Scheel, G. H. Dist. 400 sh. Albert Cramer sec'y, 7 s C, Va 
Schiller, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. Willard Biter sec'y, 4 n C, Va 
Schuylkill, G. H. D. 2600 ft. Joseph Loyea sec'y, 17 n C, Va 
Scorpion, Wm H. Martin sec'y, of. 617 Clay, S. F 
Scott Con- G. H. Dist. 1800 sh. A. H. Griswold sec'y, of over Well^- 

Fargo's, Va 
Seely, R. R. Dist. Wm. Wheeler sec'y, of. R. R 
Seneca, J. Fowler sec'y, 326 Clay, S. F 

Sebastopol Con. Sebastopol Dist. 9000 ft. W. W. Bishop sec'y, of. G. H 
Sebastopol, D. G. Dist. R. N. Van Brunt sec'y, 706 Montgomery S. F 

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370 MINING DIRECTORY. 

Shamrock, John Larkin sec'y. 212 s B, Va 

Sharon, A. Noel S. F., or Pellett G. H. sec'ys 

Shooting Star, Am. F. 1000 ft. M. Leichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C, "Va 

Shoshone, M. J. Newmark sec'y, of. cor Pine & Mont, S. F 

Sides, Va Dist. lOOOsh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, 48 s B, Va 

Siege], R. E, Meyer sec'y, 46 s C, Va 

Sierra, Nevada, C, A. Shaney sec'y. 

Sierra, S. V Dist, 1200 sh. Tbos. Barkley sec'y, of. 1 s B. Va. 

Silver Age, C. J. Boehl, sec'y, 86 s C. Va 

Silver Bar, G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. \V. VV. Bishop sec'y, of. G. H 

Silver Heels, G. H. Dist. 2000 ft. Geo. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

block, G. H 
Silver Mountain, Jerome Wilcox sec'y, 22 s C, Va 
Silver Star, Wm. C. Moody sec'y, 706 Montgomery. S. F 
Silver State, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. H. C. Brooke sec'y, G. H 
Silver Vale, W. R. Morris sec'y, of. cor. B & Union, Va 
Sinaloa, G. H. Dist. 1040 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y, of. V^ells-Fargo's G.H 
Sister Helen, Am. F. 1400 ft. H. M. Barnes sec'y, of. G. H 
Smith O'Brien, James Linen sec'y, of. Armory Hall, S. F 
Snow Squall, Isaac Greer sec'y, of, Illinois House, C, Va 
Solferino, Va, Dist. 1800 ft. W. W. Savery sec'y, Va 
Sonora, Pal. Dist. S. S. McGee sec'y, of. Como 
Sonora, L. Ingoldsby sec'y, of. S. F 
South Burnside, M. S. Gregorv aec'y, 108 s C, Va 
South Madison, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. G. V^^ Pease sec'y, G. H 
South Ophir, V, Lemery sec'y, of. Sapphire Mills, G. H 
South Overman, S. VV. Chubbrick sec'y, office G. H 
South Victor Hugo, P. Dist. 800 sh. M. Thompson sec'y, of. 14 n C. Va 
Southern Michigan, G. A. Dist. 1600 sh. E. E. Phillips secy, G. H 
Sovereign, Smoky Val. M. J. Powers sec'y, of. Wells-Fargo's 
Spanish, D, G. Dist. 1200 ft. W. Krause secy, of. Va Divide 
Spanish No. 2, V. Dist. 1600 ft. E, Cahill sec'y, 14 n C. Va 
Sparrow M. & M. Co. J. S. French sec'y, of. Silver City 
Spring Valley, B. F, Moses sec'y, of. St. Nicholas Saloon, C. Va 
Squaw Valley, Summit Divide, Placerville, Cal, 2100 ft. C. W. Hum- 
phries sec'y, G. H 
Stangroom Con. & Effingham, G. H. Dist. 3600 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y, 

of. Wells-Fargo's 
Stars & Stripes, R. M. Dist. H. C. Brooke sec'y, G. H 
Star of the West, M. H. Funston sec'y. of. G. H 
State of Maine, G. H. Dist. 1800 ft. G. W. Turney sec'y, of. G. H 
Stephens, N. Dist. 1200 sh. B. F. Moses sec'y, of. 26 n'C. Va 
Stevenson Kehoe, S. Curtis sec'y, of. cor. Taylor & B, Va 
Stranger, D. G. Dist. 1400 ft. W. P. Hatchings sec'y 
Stuart, Va. Dist. 1200 ft. J. H. Lehigh sec'y, cor. C & Union 
St. Charles, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. L. A. Hauck sec'y, of. G. H 
St. George, G. H. Dist. IL S. Bigelow sec'y, of. Parrott's Build'g,S. F 
St. George, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. B. F. Moses sec'y, 26 n C, Va 
St. Helena, Va. Dist. 1600 ft. Jos. B. Fulton sec'y, Va 
St. Patrick, Va. Dist. ISOO sh. B. F, Moses sec'y, 26 n C, Va 

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St. John, B. S. S; Dist. 2100 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, 14 n C, Va 
St. Lawrence, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. J. V, Coffee sec'y, 10 Taylor, Va.- 
St. Miguel, R. R. Dist. H. H. Allen sec'y, of. Battery, S. F 
Sullivan, S. Dist. 2400 ft. Win. L. Hoover sec'y, 34 s C, Va 
Sultan, D. G. Dist. 2400 sh. J. M. Kennedy sec'y, of S. C 
Summit, Va. Dist.- 2000 ft. J. McCarty sec'y, 14 n C, Va 
Sunrise, G. H. Dist. 1800 sh. K. Piatt sec'v, of. G. H 
Sunshine, D. G. Dist. 1800 sh. J. F. Atwifl sec'y, of 62 s C. Va 
Superior, G. H. Dist. 300 ft. G. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
Sutro, J. C. Ruhling sec'y, of. Va 
Swezy, G. H. Dist. 1050 ft. W. W. Savery sec'y, Va 

Taylor G. & S. M. Co. G. H. Dist. 400 ft. C. L. Ross sec'y, Vai 
Teackle, G. H. Dist. 1400 sh. W. A. Luders sec'y, of S. C 
Tecumseh, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. G. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
Teddy O'Neill, D. G. Dist. 800 sh. C. D. McDuffie sec'y, of S. C 
Temple Ledge, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. M. Burns sec'y, of Am. C 
Teutonia, M. Maize sec'y, of cor. Merch. & Mont. S. F 
Texas, J. G. Libby sec'y, of Va. 

Thomas Paine, G. H. Dist. 1400 ft. L. A. Hauck sec'y, of G. H 
Tiger Union, P. Dist. 1400 sh. M. Thomson sec'y, of. 14 n C. Va 
Tonawanda, G. H. Dist. 1400 sh. G. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynafd'a- 

Block, G. H 
Tontine, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. D. F. Hodges sec'y, 8 s C. Va 
Tozer, G. H. Dist. 200 ft. G. W. Pease sec'y, G. H 
Tremont, Va. Dist. 1400 sh. W. Kr use sec'y, of Va. Divide 
Trio, Mt. W. Dist. Churchill Co. IhOO sh. M. Mygatt sec'y, of over 

Wells-Fargo's, Va 
Triumph, B. S. S. Dist. 1000 sh. T. J. Devoe sec'y, of 19 s B. V» 
Tri Union, F. Dist. N. Shiberick sec'y, of 606 Clay, S. F 
Trojan, G. H. Dist. 1000 sh. J. Campbell sec'y, of 3| s B. Va 
Truckee, E. Dist. 3680 sh. K. Piatt sec'y, of G. H 
Try Again, D. M. Desmond sec'y, of 8 s C. Va 
Twin Mining Co. E. A. Hills sec'y, of 120 s C. Va 
Tyler, A. F. Dist. J. B. Burton sec'y, Va 
%\Gr P. Dist. 400 sh. E. W. Palmer sec'y, of, S. C 

XT 

Uncle Sara, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. W. W. Coryell sec'y, of. 45 s C. Va 

Union Star, D. G. Dist. R. H. Nason sec'y, of G. H 

Union, V. Dist. F. G. Smith sec'y, of Armory Hall, S. F 

tJnion Tunnel M. Co., A. Dist. 1000 ft. M. Lichtenstein sec'y, 19 n C. 

Va 
Union, G. H. Dist. 2 100 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y, of G. H 
Union, P. Dist. 1600 ft. H. C. Lillie sec'y 54 s C. Va 

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United American, G. H. Dist. lOOO ft. S. B. Turner sec'y, 33 s C. Va 

United Spates, Va. Dist. 4000 sh. R. H. Newton sec'y, 9 s B. Va 

United States, C A. Crane sec'y, of Va 

Ural, E. Dist. W. II. Watson sec'y of. 630 Montgomery, S. F 

Utali, F. Dist. E. C. Lovell spc'y, of. 436 Jackson, S. F 

Utah, Va. Dist. 2000 sh. G. W. Hopkins sec'y, 48 s B. Va 

Utah, P. Dist. 1600 sh. K. Piatt sec'y, of. G. H 

Utica, F. Dist. 1800 sh. C. C. Warner sec'y, 7 s C. Va 

Valle, V. Ressayi-e sec'v, 115 n B. Va 

Vesey, G. H. Dist. lOOO ft. G. W. Pease sec'y, G. H 

Vesuvius, G. H. Dist. 400 ft. G. W. Turney sec'y, of. G. H 

Virginia & San Francisco C. M. Co., S. N. E. Strauss sec'y, 23 s C. Va 

Virginia & Sinaloa, Va. 118 ft. C. S. Cousins sec'y, of. G. H 

Virginia Sidonia, Va. Dist. 1000 sh. J. H. Dtijpaix sec'y, 25 s B. Va 

Virginia & Reese M. Co., P. Dist. 5000 sh. M. Thompson sec'y, of. 14 

n C. Va 
Virginia & Gold Hill W. Co., Va. Dist. 1000 sh. C. G. Funk sec'y, 15 

n B. Va 
Virginia, D. Dist. 1800 sh, W. W. Coryell sec'y, 45 s C. Va 
Virginia, G. H. Dist. A. C. Tiettman, 64 Clay, S. F 
Virginia Express, D. M. Desmond sec'y, of. Va 
Virginia Eagle Ledges 1 & 2, L. H. P. Smith sec'y, 356 C. Va 
Virginia Gas Co., Thornburg sec'y, at Paxton & Ihornburgh's Bank, Va 
Virginia Hill, A. C. Tiettman sec'y, 64 Clay, S. F 
Voltaire, S. S. Dist. 2600 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y of. Wells-Fargo's, Va 
Vulcan, G. H. Dist. 1300 sh. A. H. Griswold sec'y, of. over Wells- 
Fargo's, Va 

Wakefield, V. D. 1000 ft. J. S. Fried sec'y, 25 n C. Va 
Wall Street, G. H. Dist. 1600 ft. D. F. Hodges sec'y, 8 s C. Va 
Walter Scott, D. G. Dist. 1800 sh. C. V. Boisot sec'y, of. S. C 
Warren, Mt. W. Dist, 1800 sh. M. Mygatt sec'y, of. over Wells- 
Fargo's, Va 
Washing, C. Dist. 1600 sh. W. Hunt sec'y, of. Am. City 
Washington, Va. Dist. 5400 sh. T. G. Murphy sec'y, of. Union Block,- 

Taylor, Va 
Washington, Grt. Eastern Ledge, G. Aithenson sec'y, of. S. F. or D. 

H. Gray, Va 
Washoe Zephyr, A. F. Dist. 1000 sh. W. Bremner sec'y, 24 s C. Va 
Washoe, E. Bond sec'y, of. Va 

Washoe Salt Mining Co., H. L. Blodgett sec'y, P. O. Building, Va 
W. B. Astor, J. T. Steele sec'y, of. Va 

Weal Chance, F. Dist. F. A. Brewer sec'y, 40 Mont. Block, S. F 
Wealth Co., F. Dist. F. A. Brewer sec'y, Mont. Block, S. F 
Well Co., H. H. Flagg sec'y, of. at P. 6., G. H 

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West Burning Moscow, Va, Dist. 1400 sh. V. Ressayer sec'y, 115 n B. 

Va 
Wost Gold Hill. G. H. Dist. 1600 sh. W. Hunt sec'y, of. Am. City 
West Point, Am. Flat, 1800 ft. W. E. Hale sec'y, of. Wells- Fargo's 
White & Murphy, J. P. Nourse sec'y, 620 Washington, S. F 
White & Sanders, E. Bond, secy, of Va 
White Cloud, A. Johnson sec'y, 625 Clay, S. F 
White Dove Con., G. H. Dist. 1200 ft. J. Loryea sec'y, 17 n C. Va 
Whitman, I. S. Dist. T. W. Colburn sec'y, Montgomery, S. F 
Wide Awake, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. A. Lukin sec'y, G. 11 
Wisconsin Con., G. H. Dist. 2500 ft. G. G. Burnett sec'y, of. Maynard's 

Block, G. H 
Wimmer, Va. Dist, 1000 sh. W. W. Price sec'y, 37 s C. Va 
Wm. Penn, Va. Dist. 1300 sh. J. M. Gearhart sec'y, 13 of. Taylor's 

Building, Va 
William Penn, D. G. Dist. H. M. Toomy sec'y. Express Building, S. F 
Willow Springs, E. Dist. J H, Sayre sec'y, 406 Montgomery, S. F 
Winegardner, G. H. Dist. 1000 ft. W. A. M, Van Bokkelen sec'y, 22 

s C. \ a 
Winfield Scott, C, C Harvey sec'y, of Va 

Winnemucca, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. J. T. McMahon sec'y, of. s C. Va 
Winond, I. S. Dist. 2000 ft. G. W. Turney sec'y, of Maynard's Block, 

G. H 
Wisconsin, J. Clement sec'y. Metropolitan Block, S. F 
Woodruff, G. Clark sec'y, of. G. H 
Woodstock, W, K. Cutler sec'y, of. Va 

Yankee Jim, F. D. 2400 ft. A. S. Arrington sec'y, 14 n C. Va 

Yellow Jacket S. Hyatt sec'y, of. at the mine, G. H 

Yolo, G. H. Dist. 1200 sh. C. B. Hammond, sec'y, 110 s C. Va 

Yolo, C. Dist. 1400 sh. B. F, Moses sec'y, 26 n C. Va 

York, Va. Djst. 1250 sh. A. C. Chapman sec'y, 4 n B. Va 

Yosemite Con., G. W. Kinzer sec'y, 56 Merchant, S. F 

Young, W, P. Wilder sec'y, Roe's Building, B. Va 

Young Co., G. H, Dist. 2400 sh. J. L. Moore sec'y, 10 s B. Va 

Yuba, T. McCallan sec'y, 622 Clay, S. F 

Yuba. P. Dist. P. Ketcham sec'y, of G. H 

Yuba, B. S. S. Dist. M, Thomson sec'y, at Stateler & Arrington's 

Bank, Va 
Yucatan & Mary Annie, D. G. 2400 sh. L. E. Bulkely sec'y, of. 41 s 

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Will leave the Depot at the foot of K Street, Sacramento, at 6^ A. M, 

1 P. M., and 5 P. M. [Sundays excepted.] 
Folsom for Sacramento at 7 A. M., 12 M. and 5^ P. M. [Sundays 
excepted. 

Will leave Sacramento at 6 J A. M. 
Will leave Folsom at 12 M. 

Places to and from which Stages run in connection with the Cars = 



Stages connect at Fulsom. i 

JSac. and Coloma Line. 

Mormon Island, 

Boiling Hills, 

Joe Taylor's or Wilkshaw's, 

Green s^^irings, 

Pleasant Grove, 

White Oak Flat, 

Somerset House, 

Cold Springs— Sipp at Snvierset 

Union Town, [House 

Coloma, 

Spanish Flat — three miles from 

Coloma — Ticktt to Cnlnma. 
Kellej's and American Flat — two 

miles from Coloma — Ticket 

to Coloma. 

Sac. and Georgetown 
Line. 

Salmon Falls, 
Centerville, 
Maine Bar, 
Pilot Hill, 



Oak Valley, or Bailey's, 
Knickerbocker Rancli, 
Murdtrer's Vat, Slop at K Ranch. 
Greenwood Valley, 
Georgetown. 

Stages connect at Folsom. 

Sac. and Jackson Line 

Micbijjau Bar, 
Arkansas Diggings, 
Forest Home, 
Willow Springs, 
Drytown, 
Amador, 
■^utter, 
Fiddletown, 
Volcano, 
.Jackson, 
.Mokelurane Hill, 
Butte City. 

Stages connect at Folsom, 

Sacramento, 

Placerville and Overland. 



"Washoe Line. . 

Mormon Tavern. 

Clarkesville, or Spanish Tavern, 

iiuroc Ranch, 

,'rairie House, 

Buckey Klat , 

-:l Dorado Ranch, 

■liingle ."Springs, 

■.lud Springs, 

Diamond Springs, 

l^lacerville, or Hangtown, 

[,ake Bigler, 

Van .'-ickles, 

iienoa, 

Carson City, 

DHyton, 

Silver City, 

(Jold Hill, 

Virginia, 

Aurora, 

Esmeralda, 

WASHOE. , , 
jg®"" Logtow.i and Newtown 
Passengers Ticketed to Mud 
-Springs, and Grizzly Flat Pas- 
sengers to Diamond Springs. 



S. V. R. R. Office, Sacramento, 

Jd.ne 14th, lfe6i. 



J. P. ROBmSON, Supt. 



The 6>^ A. M. train out from Sacramento, connects with the Stages for all of the above named 
Places, and Passengers procuring Tickets at the Ticket Office of the Railroad, under the What Cheer 
House, will be sent through the same day. 

The Stages run from the above named places, to connect with the 12?.I. Train from Folsom, 
arriving in Sacramento one hour before the San Francisco Boat leaves. 



Dealers in Blajik Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



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HuJULri; 6c Wi)i)i), Wiiaie^w&tationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



MINING DIRECTORY. 



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Virginia and Gold Hill, 

Truckee Meadows, 
Dutch Flat, 
Illinoistown, 
Nevada, 

Grass Valley, 
Auburn, 

Sacramento, 
San Ft*ancisco. 



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PACKAGES, LETTERS^ 

u^nd A^LL EXPRESS M:-^TTER 

Forwarded with safety and dispatch. °@H 



Our Franked Envelopes can be obtained at Offices of the Company. 

OmOES : 

Mercbants E2:change, - - - - C Street, Virginia. 

Enterprise Building, - - - . c Street, Virginia, 

220 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 

G. W. GEER, Agent, Virginia. 

S. B. CASWELL, Agent, San Franfcisco. 

S. B. CASWELL, 

Dealers ul School Sooks and Cheap Publications. 



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HODGE & WOOD, Wlioleeale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F^ 



MINIXCi DIRECTORY. ' 3T9 



1SG4. ' 18G4. 

FORWARDINfi & COMMISSION 

HOUSE, 

AND WHOLESALE 

if lour aittr ©rain Wmd^onQt, 

— ' — ^ — »♦ » 

109 AND 111 FROPT STKEET, SACRAMENTO, 

AND CENTRAL TACIFIC RAIL ROAD DEPOT, NEW CASTLE. 

Special attention will be given to receivinp- and forwarding 
Merchandise to all parts of the State and Nevada Territory, by 
the most favorable route. 

Mark Goods ''Care EAUL, Sacramento." 



W. L. PERKINS, 

— A N D — 

u ulMiillual Ulil liIJblilaJtjLillit X . 

Mark Your Freight "Care W. L. P." 



Pai'ties desirous of sending freight to any portion of Nevada Terri- 
tory, either as an Agent, or Contractor, can make as advantageous 
arrangements by addressing or calling upon the Undersigned, at his 
office. No. 404 Front Strct. San Francisco, and liave their business 
attended to with as mtioh Dispatch, and at as Low Rates, as by any 
other Forwarding House in the Stale. 

W. L. PERKINS. 
Office No. 404 FRONT STREET, San Francisco, 
Warehouses at Freeport- Sacramento and Folsom. 

Dealers in Every Variety of Staple and Fancy Stationery. 



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MIXING DinECTOKY, 



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LANGJ-TON'S 

PIONEER EXPRESS, 

Connecting with relial)le EXPRESSES for all parts of the 

Territory, California, 

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LEAVES VIRGINIA CITY, N. T., EVERY DAY AT 4 O'CLOCK 
A. M., AiND FORWARD 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WITH 

Particular attention paid to making collections, and do a 

OFFICE IN ENTERPRISE BUILDING, 

ivo. s4 south: O STR:EET, 

VIRGINIA CITY, N. T. 
, LA.lSraTOISJ & GO'S STA.GE 

— FOR — 

Gold Hill, Silver City, Empire City and Carson City. 
Leaves Virginia Office at 9 o'clock A. M. for the above named places. 

Returning, Leaves Carson City at 2 o'clock P. M. 
Blank Books of aU Descriptions Made to Order. 



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WELLS, FARGO & CO., 

EXPRESS AND BANKING COMFY 

CAPITAL, r^^r^ r ^.^ $1,000,000. 

FORWARD REGULARLY TO ALL PARTS OF 
California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah and Washington Terri- 
tories, the Atlantic States and Europe. 

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On all the principal Cities and Towns of the Atlantic States ; 
the Union Bank, London, and the Royal Bank, Dublin. 

SHIP TREASURE, PACKAGES, ETC., 

At the Lowest Rates, to all parts of the World. 

Make Collections and attend to Commissioris for the Purchase of Goods. 



LOUIS McLANE, General Agent, San Francisco, Cal. 

-•♦• 

Offices in GENOA, CARSON CITY, SILVER CITY, GOLD HILL, 
VIRGINIA CITY, DAYTON and AURORA. 



R. A. SWAIN & CO. 

Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

,Crocker]], (ilass WMt, 

WHITE AND DECORATED CHINA, 

Plated and Britaniiia "W^are, 

Cutlery, Kerosene Oil and Lamps, Lanterns, 

IsToirtla Estst Ooi-an.e.->i% 

Sansoixie and Pine Streets, 

(Sign of the Big Pitcher,) 

SAF FRASrCISCO. 

H0I)O£ & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., 6. F^ 



MINING DIRECTORY. 



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513 CLAY STREET, SAN FRANCiSCO, 




122 J STREET, 
SACRAMENTO. 

IMPORTERS OF 

FINE ENGLISH SHOT GUNS, 

All kinds of Sporting Material and Apparatus. Also, for sale, a large asf^ortment 
of American Hunting and Target Rifles, of the most celebrated makers. Henry's, 
Spencer's, Colt's and Sharps' Repeating Rifles, Coil's, Smith's & Wesson's, 
Remington's, Dean & Adams', and all the latest improved Pistols of the day at 
the Lowest Ca?h Prices, A chcdcc assortment of the Improved Breech-loading, as 
well as the old style of Derlngers, constantly on hand, 

N. B.— Rifles, Shotguns and Pistols made to order, and nil kinds of Repairing 
done by First Class workmen. Orders promptly attended to both at Sacramento 
and San Francisco. We are the Authorized Agents of the Pacific for the sale of 
the celebrated Greener Guns, 



P'OX «fe CO., 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

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ERASMUS ^VATTS, 



216 SOUTH C STKEET, 

"Virgii-xia. Oity, IST. T. 



ACNEW & DEFFEBACH, 

Sll Sai\.«oii:ie Street, tSa-ii Francisco. 

Dealers in Blank Books, Legal and Commercial Blanks, 



384 MINTXG DTRECTORY. 



JOHN TAYLOR, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



Assayers' Articles, Corks, Twine, etc. 
^Vv^^SHINQTOlSr STREET 



A full assortment of Crucibles, Furnaces, Muffles, Cupels, Test Tubes. Also Soda Stock, Labels, &c 



UNION SALT WORKS. 

SALT MERCHANT. 



KEEPS CONST ATLY ON HAND ALL KINDS OF 

Table, Dairy, Miners and Packers Salt, 

ISO. 333 mOlVT' STREET, 

(between Clay and Commercial,) SAN FRANCISCO. 
ALL OHDKRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



MECHANICS' MILLS, 

SOUTH D STREET, 

VIRGINIA CITY, N. T. 



is/£^^nsrxjin^A^oTXj:E=LEi 

Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mouldin<is, Siding, Flooring and Dressed Lumber. 
Also, Turning of all kinds. 



W. H. VANDUYN & CO., PROPRI ETORS . 

HODGE & WOOD, Wholesale Stationers, 418 & 420 Clay St., S. F., 



MI\IN(; DIRECTORY, 



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J. K. PRIOR, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

A.I,L IvINDS OF 






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730 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



Near Jackson, opposite Metropolitan Theatre, 



Piincy and Plain Wash Basins, Marble Slabs, Silver Plated 
Cocks, Zinc and Planished Copper Bath Tubs, Sheet Zinc, Sheet 
Lead, Lead Pipe. Galvanized and Plain Iron Pipe and Fittino-s, 
for Gas, Steam and Water, Rubljcr Hose, Gas, Steam and Water 
Cocks. 



MEDAL AND MONITOR RANGES, 

J^^t" Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing in all its Branclies. ■ !S3v^ 

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